Katrina Liberiou

Assistant Curator, University Art Collection
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Katrina Liberiou

As Assistant Curator for the University Art Collection, Katrina Liberiou assists with programming, acquisitions, research and exhibitions.

Previously, she worked at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia in its exhibitions team from 1998–2004 and from 2004–09 at the Biennale of Sydney as exhibition manager.

Katrina's research interests include international and Australian contemporary art with a particular interest in photography, performance and installation. For her Master of Philosophy in Art History, Katrina has been researching the life and work of artist Lily Greenham.

She curated the exhibitions Coppice, Verge Gallery (March–April 2016) and Barbara Campbell: ex avibus at the University Art Gallery and Macleay Museum (May–August 2015).

  • International and Australian contemporary art
  • Photography
  • Performance
  • Installation
  • Modernism
  • Women artists
  • Light & Darkness, co-curated with Ann Stephen
  • Sarah Goffman: Applied Arts, curator
  • Coastline, co-curated with Ann Stephen
  • ‘Crossing paths with the Ramingining Collection’ Djalkiri: Yolngu art, collaborations and collections, Edited by Rebecca Conway, Sydney University Press
  • Light & Darkness: Late Modernism in the JW Power Collection, Chau Chak Wing Museum and Power Publications
  • Barbara Campbell: ex avibus, University Art Gallery, The University of Sydney

Katrina Liberiou

Assistant Curator, University Art Collection