Coyote Park (he/they) is a 2Spirit, Indigenous (Yurok) Korean-American transgender artist; who's practice includes photography, film, writing, performance, painting, and producing. They were raised in the Kingdom of Hawai'i, on the island of Oahu, and currently based in Los Angeles. Park's practice centers queer love, community, and trans futures. Their work is a pathway to healing and dreaming up new worlds.
Their largest photographic work includes "All Kin is Blood Kin" (2020 - current) that portrays Park's chosen family. Their work has been shown in the Leslie-Lohman Museum, Museum of Sex, The Koppel Project, Aupuni Space, and more. Published works include "Heart of a Shapeshifter" a poetry, short essay, and prose collection and "Behind Shut Eyes" a QTBIPOC dream anthology (both published with GenderFail).
They are currently in the pre-production process of their feature film "Destiny in Sedona" a QTBIPOC love story. It is in development with the IllumiNative Producers Program in Partnership with Netflix.
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Chosen (Group Show) Leslie-Lohman Museum, June 2021
Untouchable Artifacts Five Oaks Museum, July 2021 ● painting
All Kin is Blood Kin (Solo Exhibition) Aupuni, August 2021 ● photography
Biskaabiiyang: returning to ourselves All My Relations Arts, October 2021 ● painting
SEEN SN37, May 2022 ● photography
We Exist London The Koppel Project, May 2022 ● photography
F*ck Art: The Body and Its Absence Museum of Sex, June 2022 ● photography
Maps Bleed Like Veins Do NeueHouse, November 2022 ● photography & film
Blacklist Me The Chapter House LA, November 2022 ● writing
I Love You Like Mirrors Do (Solo Exhibition) Leslie-Lohman Museum, February 2023 ● photography
(TBA) Finnish Museum of Photography, April 2023 ● photography
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