Liz Jaff

Liz Jaff is a visual artist who lives and works in New York City. Her work includes installations, objects and works on and of paper which use formalist structures, pattern and repetition to talk about impermanence and permanence, perceptions of time, and the role of memory in shaping experience.  Poetry, storytelling, performance and diaspora culture, particularly Flamenco, are important influences. She received her BFA in painting from The Rhode Island School of Design and has exhibited nationally and internationally, including at Widmer Theodoridis Gallery, Switzerland, The Art Complex Center, Tokyo, Rochester Contemporary Arts Center, And Hubweek , the annual innovation festival founded by The Boston Globe, Harvard University, Massachusetts General Hospital and MIT.


links and press

Hubweek / exhibits

Hubweek changemakers interview

robert henry contemporary

Whether We dance or Not, Interview, Arts in Bushwick

Wide Walls/VOLTA NY Top Ten

Brooklyn Magazine


rochester city newspaper

democrat and chronicle

installation magazine

the dish

the patriot ledger

newbury port news

two coats of paint

gallery intel

gallerylog-video for Volta 11

arts in Bushwick

the culture trip


i saw something nice



special thanks to Kris Graves and Paul Takeuchi