FRANZ ACKERMANN


1963 Born, Neumarkt St. Veit
Lives and works in Berlin


Education

Akademie der Bildenden Kunste, Munich, Germany
Hochschule fur Bildende Kunst, Hamburg, Germany
DAAD, Hong Kong, China


Solo Exhibitions

2013
"Hügel und Zweifel," Berlinische Galerie, Berlin, Germany

2012
Faena Arts Center, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Tomio Koyama Gallery, Kyoto, Japan
“Transit: Again/Always/Forever,” Dirimart, Istanbul, Turkey

2011
“New Ads for São Paulo,” Galeria Fortes Vilaça, São Paulo, Brazil

2010
“No Roof But The Sky,” Galerie Neugerriemschneider, Berlin, Germany
“Wait,” White Cube, London, UK

2009
Kunstmuseum Bonn, Bonn, Germany
Otero Plassart, Los Angeles (with Richard Jackson)

2008
“Terminal,” Meyer-Riegger, Karlsruhe, Germany
Mai 36 Gallerie, Zurich, Germany
Kunstmuseum St. Gallen, St. Gallen, Switzerland

2007
“From Eden to Lima,” Neugerriemschneider, Berlin, Germany
“home, home again,” 23 ghosts, Domus Artium 2002, Salamanca, Spain
Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York

2006
“home, home again,” 23 ghosts, Kestnergesellschaft, Hannover, Germany
White Cube, London, UK

2005
Galeria Fortes Vilaça, São Paulo, Brazil
Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland (cat.)
Fonds Régional d'Art Contemporain Champagne-Ardenne, Rheims, France (cat.)
Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

2004
“NONSTOP with HHC,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
“tourist,” Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus und Kunstbau, Munich, Germany
“travelantitravel,” neugerriemschneider, Berlin, Germany

2003
“Eine Nacht in den Tropen,” Kunsthalle Nürenberg, Nürenberg, Germany (cat.)
“Naherholungsgebiet,” Wolfsburg Museum, Wolfsburg, Germany (cat.)

2002
“Basel Public,” Wandinstallation Nordtangente, Basel, Switzerland
“The Waterfall,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
Mai 36 Galerie, Zurich, Switzerland
“Seasons in the sun,” Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands (cat.)
“Transatlantic,” mit Rupprecht Geiger; Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus und Kunstbau, München, Germany
“Eine Nacht in den Tropen,” Kunsthalle Basel, Basel, Switzerland (cat.)

2001
Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
Giò Marconi, Milano, Italy

2000
“B.I.T.,” Castello di Rivoli, Torino, Italy
Galeria Camargo Vilaça, São Paulo, Brazil
“welt 1…and no one else wanted to play,” Meyer Riegger Galerie, Karlruhe, Germany
“reisterrassen von Basel,” Wandmalerel, Rückwand der Kunsthalle Basel, Switzerland

1999
Works on paper inc., Los Angeles (cat.)
“OFF,” Kasseler Kunstverein, Kassel, Germany (cat.)
“Trawler,” Mai 36, Zürich, Switzerland

1998

White Cube, London, UK
neugerriemschneider, Berlin, Germany
“Das Haus am Strand und wie man dorthin kommt,” Meyer Riegger Galerie,
Karlsruhe, Germany

1998
“Pacific,” White Cube, London, UK
Songline, Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, Aachen, Germany

1997
“unexpected,” Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York
“unerwartet,” Kunstpreis der Stadt Nordhorn, Nordhorn, Germany (cat.)
Mai 36 Galerie, Zurich, Switzerland
Portikus, Frankfurt am Main, Germany (cat.)
Giò Marconi, Milano, Italy

1996
“Das weiche Zimmer,” Hann. Munden, neugerriemschneider, Berlin, Germany, (curated by Florian Waldvogel)

1995
Thomas Solomon's Garage, Los Angeles
Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York

1994
“Ackermann’s Wörterbuch der Tätigkeiten,” Buchpublikation
Dialo(o)g, Belgisches Haus, Cologne, Germany (cat.)
“condominium,” neugerriemschneider, Berlin, Germany

1991
Art Acker, Berlin, Germany

1990
Galerie Fischer, Hamburg, Germany

1989
Galerie Komat, Braunschweig, Germany


Selected Group Exhibitions

2013
"Nenn mich nich Stadt !," Kunstmuseum St. Gallen, Kunstmuseum in der Lokremise, St. Gallen, Switzerland 
"Auf Zeit," Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden Baden, Baden Baden, Germany
"Nur was nicht is ist möglich: Fläche und Raum in der Malerei der Gegenwart," Museum Folkwang Essen, Essen, Germany

2011

“Precarious Worlds: Contemporary Art from Germany,” Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, St.
Louis

2010
“Kupferstichkabinett: Between Thought and Action,” White Cube, London, UK
“Lost and Found,” neugerriemschneider, Berlin, Germany
“Fremde Heimat,” Mannheim Kunsthalle, Stuttgart, Germany

2009
“Compass In Hand: Selections from the Judith Rothschild Foundation Contemporary Drawings
Collection,” Museum of Modern Art, New York
“Altermodern: Tate Triennial 2009,” Tate Britain, London, UK
“Desenhos: A a Z (Drawings A to Z),” Museu da Cidade, Lisbon, Portugal
“Against the Grain,” Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg, Germany
“Private Universes,” Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas
“Extreme Frontiers,” Urban Frontiers, institut Valencià d’Art Modern, Valencia, Spain
“Universal Code,” Powerplant, Toronto, Canada
“The Social Critique 1993-2005,” Kalmar Konstmuseum, Kalmar, Sweden
“The Symbolic Efficiency of the Frame,” Tirana International Contemporary Art Biannual, Albania

2008
“Person of the Crowd: The Contemporary Art of Flânerie,” Neuberger Museum, New York
“All Inclusive: A Tourist World,” Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, Germany

2007
“Imagination Becomes Reality: Expanded Painting; Works From the Goetz Collection,” Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie, Karlsruhe, Germany
“Reality Bites – Making Avant – Garde Art in Post-Wall Germany,” Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, St. Louis

2006
“Berlin-Tokio / Tokio-Berlin,” Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany
“Anstoss Berlin: Kunst macht Welt,” Haus am Waldsee, Berlin, Germany
“Archipeinture: artists build architecture,” Le Plateau, Paris, France; Camden Arts Center, London, UK
“Infinite Painting,” Villa Manin Centre for Contemporary Art, Codroipo, Italy
“Dark Places,” Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica (cat.)
“Remote Viewing (Invented Worlds in Recent Painting and Drawing),” St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis
“Satellite of Love,” Witte de With, Rotterdam, Netherlands
“The Triumph of Painting,” Saatchi Collection, London, UK
“Tokyo-Berlin / Berlin-Tokyo,” Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
“Baroque and Neobaroque, The Hell of the Beautiful,” Domus Artium 2002, Salamanca, Spain

2005
“Lichtkunst aus Kunstlicht,” Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie, Karlsruhe, Germany
“Ecstasy: In and About Altered States,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
“Vertiges,” Printemps de Septembre, Toulouse, France
La Biennale de Lyon, Lyon, France (cat.)
“La Nouvelle Peinture Allemagne,” Carré d’Art – Musée d’Art Contemporain de Nîmes, Nîmes, France
“Desired Constellations,” Daniel Reich Gallery, New York
“Surface,” Lucas Schoormans Gallery, New York
“Remote Visions: Invented Worlds in Recent Painting and Drawing,” Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (cat.)
“The Triumph of Painting,” Saatchi Gallery, London, UK (cat.)

2004
Short listed, Hugo Boss Prize, Guggenheim Museum, New York
Busan Biennale, Busan, Korea
“Champs de vision,” Musée des Beaux Arts, Rouen, France
“Close by – time space architecture,” Mai 36 Galerie, Zurich, Switzerland
“Monument to now,” The Dakis Joannou Collection, Deste Foundation for Contemporary
Art, Athens, Greece (cat.)
“realityReal,” Arbeiten auf Papier, Galerie Gebr. Lehmann, Dresden, Germay
“Global World/Private Universe,” Kustverein St. Gallen Kunstmuseum, St. Gallen, Switzerland (cat.)
“Treasure Island,” 10 Jahre Sammlung Kunstmuseum, Wolfsburg, Germany
“Werke aus der Sammlung Boros,” Museum für neue Kunst, Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie, Karlsruhe, Germany (cat.)
“A New Modernism for a New Millenium: Abstraction and Surrealism Are Reinvented in the Internet Age,” The Logan Collection, Vail (cat.)

2003
Inaugural Exhibition, Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
“A Nova Geometria,” Galeria Fortes Vilaça, São Paulo, Brazil
“un-built cities,” Bonner Kunstverein, Bonn, Germany (cat.)
“Die Sehnsucht des Kartografen,” Kunstverein Hannover, Hannover, Germany (cat.)
“Heißkalt. Aktuelle Malerei aus der Sammlung Scharpff,” Hamburger Kunsthalle,
Hamburg; Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart, Germany (cat.)
Frahm Ltd, London, UK
“Supernova: Art of the 1990s from the Logan Collection,” San Francisco Museum of
Modern Art, San Francisco (cat.)
“Outlook, The Factory,” Athens school of Fine Arts, Athens, Greece (cat.)
“Berlin-Moskau/Moskau-Berlin, Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin, Germany (cat.)
Chaotic Order, Houldsworth, London, UK
“EU3,” Stephen Friedman Gallery, London, UK
“Hand up, baby, hand up!” Oldenburger Kunstverein, Oldenburg, Germany
“Global Navigation System,” Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France
“Dreams and Conflicts – The Viewer’s Dictatorship,” Venice Biennial, Venice, Italy (cat.)
“Painting abstract now,” Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen, Germany
“Mit Harald Klingelhöller,” Meuser, Andreas Slominski, Galerie Georg Kargl, Vienna, Austria
“Love is a battlefield,” New York
“There’s no land but the land (up there is just a sea of possibilities),” Meyer Riegger
Galerie, Karlsruhe, Germany
“Contemporary German Art: Recent Acquisition,” Washington University, St Louis
“Painting pictures,” Malerei und Medien im Digitalen Zeitalter; Kunstmuseum Wolsburg,
Wolsburg, Germany (cat.)
“Subscribe: recent art in print,” Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Annandale-on- Hudson, New York
“Away from Home,” Wexner Center for Arts, Columbus (commissioned work) (cat.)
“20th Anniversary- Welcome home,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York

2002
“Reality Check: Painting in the Exploded Field,” Selections from the Vicki and Kent
Logan Collection, California College of Arts and Crafts, San Francisco (cat.)
“Psychodrome 02,” Fundaciò Juan Mirò, Barcelona, Spain
“En Route,” Serpentine Gallery London, UK (cat.)
“The 8th Baltic Triennial of International Art,” Contemporary Art Center, Vilnius, Lithuania (cat.)
“Drawing Now: Eight Propositions,” Museum of Modern Art, New York (cat.)
“Hossa”. Arte Alemàn del 2000, Centro Cultural Andratx, Mallorca, Spain
“Lila,” Weiss und andere Farben, Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin, Germany
“Reverberator,” Houldsworth, London, UK
“Nashville II,” Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof, Hamburg-Hamburg, Germany
“Kopfreisen,” Seedamm Kulturzentrum, Pfäffikon, Switzerland; Kunsthalle Bern, Bern, Switzerland, (cat.)
“XXV Bienal de São Paulo,” São Paulo, Brazil

2001
“Rotativa,” Galeria Fortes Vilaça, São Paulo, Brazil
“HEAD TRIPS. JULES VERNE, ADOLF WOELFLI AND OTHER COMMUTERS OF THE MIND,” Seedamm Kutlurzentrum, Pfäffikon, Switzerland
“Arte Contemporaneo Internacional,” Museo de Arte Moderno, Mexico City, Mexico
“Casino 2001,” SMAK, Ghent, Belgium (cat.)
“Tempted to pretend,” Kunsthaus Kaufbeuren, Kaufbeuren, Germany
“Field,” Market, Glasgow, UK
“EU,” Stephen Friedman Gallery, London, UK
“Form follows Fiction,” Castello di Rivoli, Torino, Italy (cat.)
“Brown Field,” Market, Glasgow, UK (cat.)
“Patterns: Between Object and Arabesque,” Kunsthallen Brandts Klädefabrik, Odense, Germany
“Freizeit,” Kokerei Zollverein, Essen, Germany
“Musterkarte, Modelos de Pintura en Alemania,” Goethe Institut, Madrid, Spain; Centro Cultural Conde duque, Madrid, Spain; Galeria Heinrich Erhard, Madrid, Spain; Galeria Elba Benitez, Madrid, Spain
“Germania”. La costruzione di un’ immagine, Palazzo delle Papesse, Centro Arte, Siena, Italy
“Hybrids,” Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, UK (cat.)
“mirror’s edge,” Tramway, Glasgow, UK
“Painting at the Edge of the World,” Walker Art Center, Minneapolis (cat.)
“Glee: Painting Now,” The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield (cat.)
Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, Palm Beach
“close up,” Kunstverein Hannover, Hannover, Germany
“comfort: reclaiming place in a virtual world,” Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art,
Cleveland (cat.)
“abstraction and hybridity,” Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, UK

2000
“more works about buildings and food,” Fundição de Oeiras, Hangar K7, Oeiras, Portugal (cat.)
“Glee: Painting Now,” The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield;
Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, Palm Beach (cat.)
“home is where the heArt Is,” Museum van Loon, Amsterdam, Netherlands
“DAAD: weltwarts,” Kunstmuseum, Bonn, Germany
“Salon,” Delfina Project Space, London, UK
“Millefleurs,” Picture Show, Berlin, Germany
“Malkunst,” Fondazione Mudima, Mailand, Italy
“Kunst und Mode,” Picture Show, Berlin, Germany
“Re_public,” Grazer Kunstverein, Graz, Austria (with Rirkrit Tiravanija)
“Loneliness in the City,” Migros Museum, Zurich, Switzerland (with Rirkrit Tiravanija)
“M Art in (n),” M Art in (n) c/o Martin Schibli, Helsingborg, Sweden
“LKW, Lebenskunstwerke,” Kunst in der Stadt 4, Kunsthaus Bregenz, Austria
“Bleibe,” Akademie der Kunst, Berlin, Germany
“[re:songlines],” Halle für Kunst, Lüneburg, Germany
“Close Up,” Kunstverein Freiburg, Germany, and Kunsthalle Baselland, Basel, Switzerland
“Hausschau-das haus in der kunst,” Deichtorhallen Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany (cat.)
“CITY-INDEX,” Festspielhaus Helerau, Dresden, Germany
“Mysliwska,” Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany
“Utopische Burger?,” workweb art, Cologne, Germany

1999
“go away: artists and travel,” Royal College of Art, London, UK (cat.)
“Dream City,” Kunstverein München, Munich, Germany (cat.)
“Otto & Otto,” Copenhagen, Denmark
“Anderswo 1,” Kunstraum, Kreuzlingen, Switzerland
“Frieze,” Institute of Contemporary Art Boston, Boston (cat.)

1998
“Franz Ackermann und Jonathan Meese,” Sammlung Volkmann, Berlin, Germany
“Ferien, Utopie, Altag,” Kunstlerwerkstatt Lothringer Straße, Munich, Germany
“Osygus,” Produzentengalerie, Hamburg, Germany
“Deep Thought. Part II,” Basilico Fine Arts, New York
“Painting: Now and Forever,” Pat Hearn & Matthew Marks, New York
“Hanging,” Galeria Camargo Vilaca, São Paolo, Berlin; Paco Imperial, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil;
Museum of Modern Art, Recife, Brazil
“Sehen Sehen,” Loop Raum fur Aktuelle Kunst, Berlin, Germany
‘Atlas mapping,” Offenes Kuiturhaus Bregenz, Bregenz, Austria (cat.)

1997
“Urban Living,” Galerie Fons Welters, Amsterdam, Netherlands
“Kunst ... Arbeit,” Südwestdeutsche Landesbank, Stuttgart, Germany (cat.)
“Heaven,” P.S.1, Long Island City
“Kunstpreis der Bottgerstrasse in Bremen,” Bonner Kunstverein, Bonn, Germany
“Time Out,” Kunsthalle Nürnberg, Nuremberg, Germany
“Atlas Mapping,” Offenes Kulturhaus, Linz, Austria
“Topping Out,” Städtische Galerie Nordhorn, Nordhorn, Germany
Gio Marconi, Milan, Italy
“Imbiss,” Kunstlerhaus, Stuttgart, Germany
“a summer group show,” neugerriemschneider, Berlin, Germany

1996
“Wunderbar, Hamburger Kunstverein, Hamburg, Germany (cat.)
“Faustrecht der Freiheit,” Sammlung Volkmann, Kunstsammlung, Gera, Germany; Neues Museum Weserburg, Bremen, Germany
“Cruise,” Friedensallee 12, Hamburg, Germany (curated by Florian Waldvogel)
“Wunderbar,” Kunstraum, Vienna, Austria (cat.)

1995
“En passant ...,” Hamburger Kunstverein, Hamburg, Germany
“En passant ...,” Akademie der Bildenden Kunste, Vienna, Austria

1994
“Cocktail,” Kunstverein, Hamburg, Germany
Wiensowski & Harbord, Berlin, Germany

1991
“BP,” Hamburg, Germany


Selected Bibliography

2009
Ollman, Leah, “Review: Richard Jackson, Franz Ackermann at Otero Plassart,” Culture
Monster, Los Angeles Times, March 26
Danilowicz, Nathan, Review, ArtUS, March 22
Ackermann, Franz, Questionnaire, Frieze, March 2009

2008
Franz Ackermann, Alexandre Gabriel; Marcia Moraes, Galeria Fortes Vilaça. Rio de Janeiro:
Editora Cobogó “Art Now - Vol 3. Cologne” Taschen, Hans Werner Holswarth (editor)

2007
Lapp, Axel, Art Review, July/August 2007, p.133

2006
Goodbody, Bridget L., Review, The New York Times, February 2, p. E35
“Franz Ackermann: home, home again, 23 ghosts,” published by kestnergesellschaft, Hannover; Fundacion Salamanca, Ciudad de Cultura, Salamanca; Hatje Cantz Verlag, Ostfildern
“All the Best: The Deutsche Bank Collection and Zaha Hadid,” published by Deutsche Bank, Frankfurt, a.M. Demos, T.J., Review, Artforum, September, pp. 393-94
“Under Construction. On Institutional Practice,” published by The European Kunsthalle, Cologne
McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern, Issue 20, Summer 2006, pp. 32, 108
“Blind Date,” Published by Deutsche Bank, Frankfurt, 2006
Adams, Brooks, “Report from Lyon: Time After Time,” Art in America, February, pp. 56-63
Myers, Julian, Review, “Ecstasy,” Frieze, Jan./Feb. pp.145-46

2005
Grosenick, Uta, “Art Now: Vol. 2,” published by Taschen
Schwendener, Martha, Review, Artforum, November, pp. 251-52
Brener, Julie, interview with Elisabeth Sussman, The Writing on the Wall, Artnews,
September, pp. 102-03
News and Around: Franz Ackermann, Tema Celeste, July-August, p. 103
News and Around: Biennale de Lyon, Tema Celeste, July-August, p. 96
Panek, Aneta, “Franz Ackermann: What a Long, Long Trip It’s Been,” Art Press, June 18
Grady, Elizabeth, “Remote Viewing,” published by the Whitney Museum of American Art,
New York
Schwendener, Martha, Reviews, Time Out New York, January 20-26, p, 63
Levin, Kim, “Voice Choices: Art,” The Village Voice January 12-18, p. 58
Johnson, Ken, Art in Review: Franz Ackermann, The New York Times, Weekends Arts, January 7, p. E43

2004
Daniels, Corinna, “Travelantitravel vom Reisenden Franz Ackermann,” Die Welt, October 8, 2004, p. 34
Bitterli, Konrad, “1500 und elf Perspektiven auf die Welt,” Saiten, May 2004, p.42-43
Müller, Silke, “Ansichtskarten vom globalen Dorf,” Art, May, pp. 16-29
Wittneven, Katrin, “Hunger nach Trends,” Der Tagesspiegel, April 10, 2004, p. 26
Stoeber, Michael, “Die Sehnsucht des Kartografen,” Kunstforum, Bd. 169, March / April,
pp. 247-250
Christofori, Ralf, “Brückem über den Fluss,” Der Tagesspiegel, March 2nd, p. 24
Gleadell, Colin, “Smash Hits,” Art Review, March, pp. 38; 40
Bitterli, Konrad, “Mentale Landkarten,” in: Global World / Private Universe,
Kunstverein St. Gallen, Verlag für Moderne Kunst, Nürnberg, 2004
Koch, Martina, “Dasist hier die Grage,” St. Galler Tagblatt, February 13, 2004
Wittneven, Katrin, “Die Metropole vergisst ihre Kinder,” Der Tagesspiegel, February 10th,
p. 24
Grabher, Ariane, “Global World/PrivateUniverse,” Kultur, February 2004, p. 30-31
Maas, Aline, Franz Ackermann, “Werke aus der Sammlung Boros,” ZKM,
Karlsruhe, 2004
Burger, Jörg, “Kaputt, drecking und voller Ideen,” Die Zeit, January 22nd, p. 53
Fokidis, Marina, “Outlook,” Flash Art, January / February, p. 54

2003

Wilson-Goldie, Kaelen, “Abstractionism, The New Abstractionists,” Art and Auction,
p. 94
Pohlen, Annelie, “un-built cities,” Bonner Kunstverein 2003 (cat.)
Hoffmann, Justin, “Große Reise im Stehen,” Süddeutsche Zeitung, 18./19. October, p.51
Hutter, Dominik, “Nächster Halt: Kunst-Bahnhof,” Süddeutsche Zeitung, 18./19. October, p.54
Macel. Christine, “à l’Est, du nouveau. Actualité de la peinture en Allemagne / New
Painting in Germany,” artpress, Nr.294, October, pp. 39-46
Stange, Raimar, “Ein utopischer Bürger? / A Utopian Citizen?” Parkett, Nr.68, pp.46-53
Decter, Joshua, “Ackermann Hallucinating Maps / Landkarten wie Hallucinationen,” Parkett, Nr.68, pp.32-45
Fogle, Douglas, “The Occidental Tourist / Die Reisen des Franz Ackermann,” Parkett,
Nr.68, pp.20-31
Schlaegel, Andreas, Reviews, Contemporary, Summer 2003

2002
Lapp, Axel, Franz Ackermann, ArtReview, July/August, p. 95
Keil, Frank, “Der Kartograph,” Frankfurter Rundschau, May 23rd
Hosch, Alexander, “Deutschland hat wieder richtige Maler,” Architectural Digest, May, p.54
Szope, Domenika, “Franz Ackermann,” Fast Forward Media Art, Sammlung Goetz, ZKM, 2003 (cat.)
Hinrichsen, Jens, “Mit dem Pinsel um die Welt,” Der Tagesspiegel, April 17th
Seifermann, Elen, “Franz Ackermann - Eine Nacht in den Tropen,” Kunsthalle Nürnberg, Edition Minerva, 2003 (cat.)
Gardenr, Belinda Grace, “Painting Pictures,” Kunstzeitung, April
Sommer, Tom, “Selbst und Fremde,” art, April
Fricke, Herald, “Reisen in Zeiten des Krieges,” TAZ, March 22
Jasper, Martin, “Ein Volkswagen ist kein Ikarius,” Braunschweiger Zeitung, March 21st
Norton, Sydney, “Contemporary German works exhibit features themes of reflection and refraction,” St Louis Post-Dispatch, March 9th
Rauterberg, Hanno, “Amüsierte Selbstaufgabe,” Die Zeit, March 6th, p46
Buhr, Elke, “Alles gleich glatt,” Frankfurter Rundschau, March 4th
Tilmann, Christina, “Das grüne Leuchten,” Der Tagesspiegel, March 1st
“Recent Acquisitions: Contemporary German Art,” Reviews, February/March
Stange, Raimar, “Zurück in die Kunst,” published by Rogner & Bernhard GmbH & Co. Verlags KG: Hamburg, Germany pp. 153-161
Drolet, Owen, “Drawing Now: Eight Propositions,” Flash Art, January/February, p. 56
Yablonsky, Linda, “Drawing Now: Eight Propositions,” Artnews, January, p. 119
Sao Paulo Biennale, Sao Paulo, Brazil (cat.)
Molon, Dominic, Vitamin P, Phaidon Press, London, pp. 16-19
“Diskussion mit Peter Pakesch, Douglas Fogle and Lauri Firstenberg; Curating Painting,”
Flash Art, December, pp. 59-61
Stange, Raimar, “Adventures of Uncertainity,” Modern Painters, Winter, pp. 98-101
“Drawing Now: Eight Propositions,” Journal of the Print world, Fall
Schjeldahl, Peter, “The Drawing Board,’” The New Yorker, November 2nd, pp. 102-103
Saltz, Jerry, “Good on Paper,” Village Voice, October 30-November 5
“Halle, Howard, “Papering the House,” Time Out NY, November 7-14, p. 81
Smith, Roberta, “Retreat from the Wild Shores of Abstraction,” The New York Times, Fine Arts Leisure, Friday, October 18th, pp. 31, 33
Gute, Charles, “Menin Samuele; Robecchi, Michele; Focus Painting. Part One,” Flash Art, October, pp. 78-85
Sumpter, Helen, “Get a move on,” The Big issue, September
Taylor, John Russel, “Road from Nowhere,” The Times, September 25th
Güner, Fisun, “Everyday drive-by shooting,” Metro, September 23rd
Altmann, Alexander, “Tiefe trifft auf obsessive Oberflächlichkeit,” Bayerisch Staatszeitung, September 13th, p. 24
Jansen, Gregor, “Art Now,” published by Taschen, edited by Uta Grosenick and Burkhard Riemschneider, Koln
Reitter, Barbara, “Farb-Vitalität pur im Lenbachhaus,” Neue Presse, August 6th, p. 14
Schmidbauer, Albert, “Die Magie von Farbe und Form,” August, pp. 30-35
De Righi, Roberta, “Im Energietank der Malerei,” Abendzeitung, July 31st, p. 19
Klier, Melanie, “Farb-Explosion,” Münchner Merkur, July 31st, p. 16
Czöppan, Gabi, “Der Popkultourist,” Focus, Nr.31, July 29th, p. 77
Liebs, Holger, “Der Standtraum – unendliche Weiten,” Süddeutsche Zeitung, Nr.174, July 30th, p. 14
Gockel, Cornelia, “Aus dem Dschungel in den Keller,” Süddeutsche Zeitung Extra, July 30th
“Bescheidenheit ist eine Zier,” Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung, July 28t
Gellatly, Andrew, “Sao Paulo Biennial,” Frieze, June/July/August, pp. 106-107
“Focus Germany,” Flash Art, May-June, p. 114
Karcher, Eva, “Metropolenstress o.ä.,” Die Zeit, May 8th, Nr 20, p. 72
“Ein Nacht in den Tropen,” published by Kunsthalle Basel, Basel
Heiser, Jorg, “Traveling Light,” Frieze, April 2002, pp. 54-57.
Stange, Raimar, “Franz Ackermann in der Kunsthalle Basel,” Kunst-Bulletin, March, p. 38
Winkelmann, Jan, “Franz Ackermann,” Metropolis M, February/March, Nr.1, pp. 44-46
“Transatlantic,” Bienal de São Paulo
Christofori, Ralf, “In Bildern reisen,” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung; February 27th, Nr.49, p. 51
Herzog, Samuel, “Opulent verpflegt von Insel hüpfen,” Basler Zeitung 19/20. January, Nr. 16, p. 39
“Vitamin P. New Perspectives in Painting,” Phaidon Press, London
Stange, Raimar, “Triviale Tropen,” Frankfurter Rundschau, February 26th, Nr.48, p. 25

2001
Princenthal, Nancy, Art in America, September, pp.152/153
Ryan, David, “Painting and its Double,” CVA Contemporary Visual Arts; Nr.34
Fricke, Harald, “Franz Ackermanns Mental-Map-Zeichnungen und Evasion-Serien,” Kunstforum International; June-July, pp. 177-179
Interview mit Franz Ackermann, in catalogue: tempted to pretend, Versuchung Verheißung Täuschung, Kunsthaus Kaufbeuren
Wiensowski, Ingeborg, “Franz Akermann,” Spiegel-Kultur; May, Nr.5, p. 30
Meneguzzo, Marco, “Franz Ackermann,” Artforum, April
Cavallo, Floriana, “Franz Ackermann: Il viaggio come arte,” Milano sur la terre, Spring, Nr.6, pp. 34-36
Meneguzzo, Marco, “Avventura oltre il Muro,” AD/Antiques & Collectors, March, Nr.238, pp. 120-125
Ziegler, Philipp, “Reisen in die Städte der Zukunft,” frame, January / February, p. 14
Thiel, Wolf-Günter and Nikolova, Milena, “Franz Ackermann; Dissolving into the Everyday,” Flash Art, January-February, pp.78-82
Conti, Tiziana, “Franz Ackermann,” Tema Celeste, January/February, p. 89
Lieb, Holger, “Generation Klecks,” Süddeutsche Zeitung; January 9th, Nr.6, p. 15
Heidenreich, Stefan, “Pflummis, springt auf diese Stadt!,” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung; January 3rd

2000
Stange, Raimar, “Werkstätten neuer Mensclichkeit,” City Index, Kunst Haus, Dresden (cat.)
“Franz Ackermann/ Rirkrit Tiravanija,” Re_public, Grazer Kunstverien, October (cat.)
Franz Ackermann, “Griffelkunst,” Bliderwahl, Fall
Hübl, Michael, “Der Globus zwischen Fächern und Projektionsflächen,” Badische Neueste Nachrichten, May 31st
Beccaria, Marcella, “Franz Ackermann,” B.I.T. Ausst. Publication Castello di Rivoli, Torino, October-January
Lösel, Anja, “Glühende Bilderlust,” stern, No. 40, September
Heiser, Jörg, “Mirror’s Edge,” Bildmuseet, Umea, Frieze, March-April

1999
Koerver, Jens-Peter, “New Painting, Der Stand del Bilder,” frame, No. 3
Wachtmeister, Marika, “Samtidskonst I Pittsburg,” Kristianstadsbladet, February
Peo, Carol, “Mirror’s Edge Reflect the Futur of Art,” National Post, March 18th, p. 5
Ritchie, Matthew, “The New City,” art/text 65., p. 74-79
Daniels, Corinna, “Im Wilden dschungel urbanen Lebens,” Die Welt, December 27th, p. 31
Pedrosa, Joao, “Carnegie International 1999/2000,” Casa Vogue Brazil, December
Bonik, Manuel, “Kunsthauptstadt Berlin,” GQ, No. 12, December, pp. 60-68
Knight, Christopher, “Arts and Entertainment,” Los Angeles Times, November 26th
Smith, Roberta, “Safe Among Seamless Shadows,” New York Times, November 17th, p. B1/ B6
Balkenhol, Bernhard, “Franz Ackermann-I can’t Remember,” Das Fridericianum Magazin, No. 3, Fall, pp. 22-24
Karcher, Eva, “Traumstadtsplitter,” Der Tagesspiegel, April 9th, p. 25
Sonna, Birgit, “Schöne neue Urlaubswelt,” Suddeutsche Zeitung, no. 78, April 8th, p. 17
Kotteder, Franz, “Entzauberung der Traumstadt,” Süddeutsche Zieitung, March 25th, p. 22
Preuss, Sebastian, “Deotionalien bis unter die Decke,” Sammlung Volkman Berliner Zeitung, March 5th, p. 22
Ross, Trine, “Otto er et-sted som ikke findes,” Politiken, February 5th, pp. 26-27
Maler, Anne, “Ferien Utopie Altag, Kunstlerwekstatt Lothringer Strarre,” Kunst-Bulletin, January-February, pp. 43-44
Ackermann, Franz, “Wish you Were Here,” Frieze, February, pp. 37-38

1998

Denk, Andreas, “Franz Ackermann, Songline,” Kunstforum, No. 140, April-June, pp. 390-392
Bell, Ralf, “Atlas Mapping,” Kunstforum, No. 141, July-September, pp. 412-415
Stange, Raimar, “Schreccklich nette Familie,” zitty, 13/199
Viegas, Camila, “Mostra Aponta Rumos da Pintura Moderna,” Caderno2, May 4th
Fioravente, Celso, “Sobra cor e Falta Rufdo em Hanging,” Folha de S. Paolo, May 4th, p. 3
Stange, Raimar, “Nordhorn Review,” Flash Art, March/April, p.119
Christofori, Ralf, “Weltschopfung im Streichholzschachtelformat,” Fankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, March 31st, pp. 44
Blase, Christoph, “Tourist mit Terroristischen Blick,” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, March 9th
Scholl, Helga, “Moderne Welten,” Aachener Nachrichten, February 4th, p. 10
Scholl, Helga, “Endlos Film-Bilder,” Aachener Nachrichten, January 31st
Stange, Raimar, “Franz Ackermannim Neuen Aachener Kunstverein,” Kunst-Bulletin, January-February, p. 36
Dih, “Ackermann und Friese belm Kunstverein,” Aachener Zeitung, January 31st
Titz, Susanne, “Ein Gekleided, Franz Ackermann Skulpturales Panorama,” Aczente, January 14th
Süto, Wilma, “Zinvol Geweld Binnenshuis,” De Volkskrant, January
Roos, Robert, “Vilf Berliner Proberen het urbane leven te relaviten,” Trouw, January 9th
Cotter, Holand, “Franz Ackermann Unexpected,” New York Times, January 2nd
Saltz, Jerry, “Franz Ackermann,” Time Out New York, January, p. 50

1997
Stange, Raimar, “Franz Ackermann, Unerwatet,” Punkt, 4197
Sunderkemper, “Wolfgang, Sprengkraft Weltbild,” GIG, 12, Nr. 139
Stange, Raimar, “Franz Ackermann,” artist Kunstmagazin, 4, pp. 40-43
Schmidt-Wulffen, Stephan, “Kunst,,Arbeit. Aus der Sammlung der Sudwest LB,” Katalog der gleichnamigen Ausstellung, Stuttgart, pp. 226-227
Metronome, No. 2, pp. 2-3
Meschede, Friedrich, “Franz Ackermann. Alll the places I’ve never been,” Kunstforum International, June-August, pp. 64-69
Herbstreuth, Peter, “Wie im Bild, so im Leben,” Der Tagesspiegel, March 8, p. 21
Stange, Raimar, “Street Drawing Man” Kunst-Bulletin, March 3, pp. 6-11
Grus, Michael, “Bluhende Stadtlandschaften,” Frankfurter Rundschau, no. 40, February 17, p. 7
Hierholzer, Michael, “Bilder zum Ausgleich des Gefuhlshaushalts,” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, February 11
Reski, Gunter, “Datenbank auf Sohlen,” Kunstpreis der Bottcherstaße in Bremenzu Gast im Bonner Kunstverein, September-October, pp. 8-13
Fricke, Harald, “Stadt ohne Legende/City Without a Key,” in:Franz Ackermann, Mental

1996
Clewing, Ullrich, “Junge Kunst: Statt neuer Ideen am liebsten neue Bilder,” Art, October,
p. 44ff
Bonik, Manuel, “Die Kunst zu gewinnen,” stern, no.41, pp. 124-128
Herbstreuth, Peter, “Treffpunkt der Kreativen,” Der Tagesspiegel, August 10, p. 21
Herbstreuth, Peter, “Tagtraum frustrierter Architekten,” Der Tagesspiegel, August 3, p. 21
Fricke, Harald, “Die Vergangenheit bleibt in Zukunft eine Leerstelle,” taz, July 20/21
Bettina Muller, Katrin, “Zeitschleife,” Der Tagesspiegel, July 11, p. 26
Herbstreuth, Peter, “Muffelt nach Kase,” Der Tagesspiegel, July 8, p. 19
Seyfarth, Ludwig, “Mein wunderbarer Malsalon,” Szene, June, pp. 88-89
Philippi, Anne, “Asthetik der Umgebung,” Spex, June, p. 46

1995
Decter, Joshua, “Franz Ackermann, Thomas Solomon's Garage,” Artforum, November
Tager, Alisa, “Internationalizing L.A., Art in America, October, pp. 51-53
Pagel, David, Patterns and Postcards, Los Angeles Times, July 27
Spiegel, Andreas, En passant, Akademie der Bildenden Kunste, Wien, p. 2

1994
Schreiber, Doris, “Gestohlene Orangen,” Kolnische Rundschau, November 24
Kisters, Jurgen, “Total ver-ruckte Welt,” Kolner Stadtanzeiger, November 16/17

1993
Ackermann, Franz, “Junge Touristen,” Texte zur Kunste, no. 16, pp. 197-198
Schneider, Christiane, Jahresring 41, pp. 37, 100-103 Wissman, Kathrin, “Franz Ackermann,” zitty (14/94), July, p. 150
Herbstreuth, Peter, “Kalifornische Welle,” Der Tagesspiegel, July 13, p. 17
Fricke, Harald, “Popsoziologie des geteilten Berlin, Kunst in Berlin jetzt: Ackermann, Hall, Boltanski,” die tageszeitung, July 9, p. 32


Catalogues

2009
Rattemeyer, Christian, ed., Compass In Hand: Selections from the Judith Rothschild
Foundation Contemporary Drawings Collection, Museum of Modern Art: New York

2006
Decter, Joshua and servo, “Dark Places,” published by The Santa Monica Museum of Art:
Santa Monica, CA
Grosenick, Uta, “Art Now: Vol. 2,” published by Taschen: Cologne, Germany

2005
Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland (cat.)
La Biennale de Lyon, Lyon, France (cat.)
Fonds Régional d'Art Contemporain Champagne-Ardenne, Rheims, France (cat.)
“Remote Visions: Invented Worlds in Recent Painting and Drawing,” Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (cat.)
“The Triumph of Painting,” Saatchi Gallery, London, UKa (cat.)

2004
“Monument to now,” The Dakis Joannou Collection, Deste Foundation for Contemporary
Art, Athens, Greece (cat.)
“Global World/Private Universe,” Kustverein St. Gallen Kunstmuseum, Switzerland (cat.)
“Werke aus der Sammlung Boros,” Museum für neue Kunst, ZKM, Karlsruhe,
Germany (cat.)
“A New Modernism for a New Millenium: Abstraction and Surrealism Are Reinvented in the Internet Age,” The Logan Collection, Vail, Colorado (cat.)

2003
Grynsztejn, Madeleine, et. Al, “Supernova: Art of the 1990s from the Logan Collection,” published by San Francisco Museum of Modern Art: San Francisco, CA
Outlook, “The Factory,” Athens school of Fine Arts, Athens, Greece (cat.)
“Berlin-Moskau/Moskau-Berlin,” Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin, Germany (cat.)
“un-built cities,” Bonner Kunstverein, Bonn, Germany (cat.)
“Die Sehnsucht des Kartografen,” Kunstverein Hannover, Hannover, Germany (cat.)
“Heißkalt. Aktuelle Malerei aus der Sammlung Scharpff,” Hamburger Kunsthalle,
Hamburg; Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart, Germany (cat.)
“A New Modernism for a New Millenium: Abstraction and Surrealism Are Reinvented in the Internet Age,” The Logan Collection Vail: Vail, Colorado
Seifermann, Ellen et. Al, “Franz Ackermann: Eine Nacht in den Tropen,” published by Kunsthalle Nürnberg: Nürnberg, Germany and Edition Minerva Hermann Farnung: Wolffratshausen, Germany
“Naherholungsgebiet,” Wolfsburg Museum, Wolfsburg, Germany (cat.)
Massie, Anetta, “Away from Home,” published by Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
A Portrait of Our Times, The Logan Collection
Végh Christina, “Franz Ackermann,” published by Kunsthalle Basel: Basel
“Dreams and Conflicts – The Viewer’s Dictatorship,” Venice Biennial, Venice, Italy (cat.)
van Tuyl, Gijs and Amelie Lütgens, Painting pictures, Malerei und Medien im Digitalen Zeitalter Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Kerber Verlag, Bielefeld

2002
Higgs, Matthew, “Reality Check: Painting in the Exploded Field, Selections from the Vicki and Kent Logan Collection,” published by California College of Arts and Crafts, San Francisco
“Franz Ackermann, Naherholungsgebiet,” Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Kerber Verlag
“Franz Ackermann: Seasons in the Sun,” published by Stedelijk Museum: Amsterdam
“En Route,” Serpentine Gallery London, UK (cat.)
“The 8th Baltic Triennial of International Art,” Contemporary Art Center, Vilnius, Lt (cat.)
Drawing Now: Eight Propositions, Museum of Modern Art, New York (cat.)
Kopfreisen, Seedamm Kulturzentrum, Pfäffikon CH (cat.), Kunsthalle Bern, Bern, CH

2001
“Casino 2001,” S.M.A.K., Gent
Grosenick, Ute and Burkhard Riemschneider “Art Now Icons,” published by Taschen, Cologne
“Brown Field,” Market, Glasgow, UK
“Form follows Fiction,” Castello di Rivoli, Torino, Italy (cat.)
Wallis, Simon et. Al, “Hybrids,” published by Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, UK
“Painting at the Edge of the World,” Walker Art Center, Minneapolis (cat.)
Capellazzo, Amy and Jessica Hough,”Glee: Painting Now,” published by The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT and Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, Palm Beach, FL
“comfort: reclaiming place in a virtual world,” Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art,
Cleveland (cat.)

2000
“more works about buildings and food,” Fundição de Oeiras, Hangar K7, Oeiras, P (cat.)
Felix, Zdenek and Ludwig Seyfarth, Hausschau-das haus in der kunst, published by Deichtorhallen Hamburg: Hamburg, Germany and Hatje Cantz Verlag: Ostfeldern-Ruit, Germany

1999
Works on paper inc., Los Angeles, CA (cat.)
“Supernova: Art of the 1990s from the Logan Collection,” published by San Francisco Museum of Modern Art: San Francisco
“German Open, Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg (cat.)
Grynsztejn, Madeleine, et. Al Carnegie International 1999/2000, published by Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA
Castello di Rivoli, Italy; Tramway, Glasgow, GB (cat.); Charlottenborg Exhibition Hall, Copenhagen, Danemark (cat.)
“Officina Europ”a, Galleria d' Arte Moderna, Bologna, Italy (cat.)
Monchengladbach, Kunsthalle zu Kiel, Kiel (cat.)
“go away: artists and travel,” Royal College of Art, London, GB (cat.)
“Dream City,” Kunstverein München, Germany (cat.)
Grunenberg, Christopher, “Frieze,” published by Institute of Contemporary Art:
Boston, MA

1997
Schmidt-Wulffen, Stephan, “Time out,” in: time out, Catalogue gleichnamigem Ausstellung in der Kunsthalle Numberg
Fricke, Harald Franz Ackermann: Mental Maps, published by Portikus: Frankfurt am Main
Meschede, Friedrich, “Mutmassungen uber die Stadt,” exhibition catalogue
"DIALO(O)G", November / December
“unerwartet,” published by Städtische Galerie Nordhorn: Nordhorn, Germany

1996
“Wunderbar,” Hamburger Kunstverein, Hamburg, Germany (cat.)

1994
Meschede, Friedrich et. Al, “Franz Ackermann/Dimitri Vangrunderbeek,” published by Belgisches Haus, Cologne


 


1970 Born, Perth, Western Australia
Lives and works in New York


Education

1998 MFA, Yale University School of Art, New Haven
1990 BFA, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia


Solo Exhibitions

2013
"John Deere Model D," Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, Australia

2011
Triple V, Paris, France

2010
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, Australia

2008
TripleV, Dijon, France
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, Australia
“Tree Trunk,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York

2007
Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, Western Australia
Institute of Contemporary Art, Brisbane, Australia

2006
“Three Sculptures,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia (cat.)

2004
Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
"Truck Corridor," Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

2002
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, Australia

2000
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, New Zealand
Australian Center for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, Australia

1999
Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York

1997
Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York

1995
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Perth, Australia

1994
200 Gertrude St, Melbourne, Australia

1993
Galerie Dusseldorf, Perth, Australia (The Festival of Perth)

1991
Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Perth, Australia


Selected Group Exhibitions

2013
"Lightness of Being," City Hall Park, New York (organized by the Public Art Fund)

2012
Sculpture Park at Frieze New York, New York
Changwon Sculpture Biennale, South Korea
"Science Fiction 3", Triple V, Paris, France
"Your Gallery", Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia

2011
“GROUPS WHO,” Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, Australia
“Out of the West: Art of Western Australia from the National Collection,” National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Australia

2009
“Cubism,” Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne, Australia

2008
“To make a work of timeless art: MCA Primavera Acquisitions,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia
“Lucky Town,” Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, Australia
“The Freak Show,” Musée de la Monnaie, Paris, France
“Revolutions - Forms That Turn, Biennale of Sydney,” Sydney, Australia

2007
“The Freak Show,” Musée d’Art Contemporain, Lyon, France (cat.)
Group Show, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
“Strange Cargo: Contemporary art as a state of encounter,” Newcastle Region Art Gallery, Newcastle, Australia; Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery, Broken Hill, Australia; Bendigo Art Gallery, Bendigo, Australia; Orange Regional Gallery, Orange, Australia; Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, Wagga Wagga, Australia; Tweed River Regional Gallery, Murwillumbah, Australia

2006
“21st Century Modern,” Adelaide Biennial, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia
“Scape Biennial of Art in Public Space,” Christchurch, New Zealand (cat.)

2004
“Gridlock: Cities, structures, spaces,” Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, New Zealand

2003
“Strange Days,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
“Still Life,” Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia (cat.)
“Inaugural Exhibition,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
“Face Up,” National Galerie im Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, Germany (cat.)
“20th Anniversary - Welcome Home,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York

2002
“Biennale of Sydney,” Sydney, Australia (cat.)

2001
“Never Never Land,” USF Contemporary Art Museum, College of Fine Arts, Tampa

2000
“New Urban Sculpture”, Public Art Fund, New York
"Age of Influence: Reflections in the Mirror of American Culture," Museum of
Contemporary Art, Chicago (curated by Francesco Bonami and Elizabeth Smith)

1998
"Unfinished History," The Walker Art Center, Minneapolis (curated by Francesco
Bonami) (cat.)

1997
"Fischli and Weiss, Hans Accola, and James Angus," Gavin Brown's enterprise,
New York

1996
"Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art," Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia (cat.)
"Transformers," Auckland City Art Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
"Out of Australia," Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Perth, Australia
"Vernacular Signs," Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, Australia

1993
"115 degrees 58 minutes East, 91 degrees 56 minutes South," Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery,
Sydney, Australia
"Movement and Light," Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia

1992
"Primavera," Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia (cat.)
"ARX3 (Artists' Regional Exchange)," Lawrence Wilson Gallery, University of Western
Australia, Perth, Australia


Selected Bibliography

2013
Wolff, Sharne, "James Angus," The Art Life, February
Forrest, Nicholas, "Shows That Matter," Blouin ArtInfo, February

2012
Reneau, Olivier, “Open Spaces,” L’officiel Art No. 2, June

2011
Bevis, Stephen, “City home for a green giant,” The West Australian, September 15
Watson, Bronwyn, “Public Works: James Angus,” The Australian, May 7

2010
Pryor, Sally, "Not just another face in the crowd," Canberra Times, 27 October, p.1
Andrew Taylor, "Tractor as art," The Sun Herald, October 17, p.36
Katrina Strickland, "Mid-City Statement- The evolution of a major new sculpture," The Australian Financial Review, Thursday 29, July, p.44

2009
"Gallery's new work has many faces," Border Mail, 27 October, p.9
Bolland, Michaela, "Orange blob replaces white man on horse," The Australian, 27 October, p.6
Chapman, Christopher, "Abstraction and figuration," Portrait34, Summer ed
Strickland, Katrina, "Mid city statement: the evolution of a major new sculpture," Financial Review, 29 July, p.44

2008
"James Angus, To make a work of timeless art,” MCA Primavera Acquisitions
Art and Australia, Current, Contemporary Art from Australia and New Zealand, p.44
Christov-Bakargiev, Carolyn. (ed.) “Biennale of Sydney: Revolutions - Forms That Turn,” exh. cat. Thames & Hudson: Australia
Scarlett, Ken, "No stopping on the freeway!” Australian Art Review, August-October, pp.34-36
Nelson, Robert, "Sport: where we all find our inner idiot," The Age, August 13, p.16

2007
Ara Jansen, “Twisted Reality,” West Australian Newspaper, 15 December
Rawlins, Jarrod, “Review,” Flash Art, March-April, Vol. XL, no. 253, p.134
Chapman, Christopher, “Art from the Future: Alberto Giacometti and James Angus,” Art Monthly, March, pp.30- 33
Bevan, Robert “art & events,” Vogue Living Australia, January/February, pp.69 - 72
Palmer, Daniel, “Looking Back,” Frieze, January-February, p.128 (illus.)

2006
Kent, Rachel, “Shape Shifter: The Art of James Angus,” Museum of Contemporary Art,
Sydney, Australia
Bretton-Meyer, Henrietta, “Between Science and Fiction,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia
Conland, Natasha, “James Angus,” Scape Biennial of Art in Public Space, Christchurch,
New Zealand

2004
Holubizky, Ihor, “Truck Corridor,” Catalog, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney,
Australia
Sullivan, Eve, "Truck Corridor," Broadsheet, December

2003
Turncliff, Wayne, “James Angus,” Still Life: The Inaugural Balnaves Foundation
Sculpture Project, Art Gallery of New South Wales Sydney
Schmitz, Britta et. al, “Face Up: Contemporary Art From Australia,” Hatje
Cantz Verlag, Ostfildern-Ruit, Germany
“Artist Statement,” Face Up, National Galerie Im Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, Germany
Grayson, Richard, “Artist Text: Ideal State,” Face Up, National Galerie Im Bahnhof,
Berlin
Angus, James, “In Search of Perfect Ambiguity,” Art & Australia, Vol. 40, No. 4, June
July-August

2002
Rees, Simon, “2002 Biennale of Sydney,” Flash Art, Vol. 34, No. 225, July-September

2000
Koop, Stuart, “Look Again - The Art of James Angus,” Monument, No. 40, February-March
Newall, Michael, “James Angus,” Like, Art Magazine, No. 13, Summer
Hunt, David, “Gulliver’s Trouble,” Art/Text, No. 68, February
Chapman, Christopher, “Haptic Geometry,” Eyeline 43, Spring, p.15-17
Kastner, Jeffery, “New Urban Sculpture at MetroTech Center, Brooklyn,” In Process,
Volume 8, #2, Winter

1999

Vogel, Carol, “Inside Art”, The New York Times, October 15
Sundell, Margaret, Review, Artforum, November

1998
Bonami, Francesco, “Unfinished History,” Waker Art Center, Minneapolis

1997
Saltz, Jerry, Time Out New York, October
Johnson, Ken, “Art In Review,” The New York Times, September 26

1996
Schubert, Robert, “The 1996 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art,” Flash Art, Nov/Dec.
Chapman, Christopher, "1996 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art," Art
Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia

1993
Stringer, John, Art + Text, May

1992
Michael, Linda, “PRIMAVERA”, catalogue, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney,
Australia
Barret-Lennard, John, Artlink, vol11/4, summer


Selected Grants and Awards

2009
Australia Council Fellowship, Australia

2008
Basil Sellers Art Prize, Melbourne, Australia

2005
Short listed for National Sculpture Prize, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Australia

2003
Studio Residency, Cité des Arts, Paris, France

2001
Australia Council Professional Development Grant, Australia

1998
Australia Council Professional Development Grant, Australia
Yale University Traveling Fellowship, New Haven

1996
Fulbright Postgraduate Award

1992
Australian Network for Art and Technology Grant

Selected Public Commissions

2013
"Lightness od Being," Public Art Fund, City Hall Park New York (forthcoming)

2010
"Day In Day Out," Bligh Street, Sydney, Australia
"Grow Your Own,"Forrest Place, Perth, Australia

2009
Lycee Ferdinand Buisson, Voiron, France
"Geo Face Distributor," National Portrait Gallery, Canberra, Australia

2008
"Ellipsoidal Freeway Sculpture," Eastlink Freeway, Connect East, Melbourne, Australia

2005
"Wave Machine," Sydney Theatre Company, Sydeny Australia

1999
"New Urban Sculpture," Public Art Fund, New York


Public Collections

Auckland City Art Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, Australia
Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia
Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Australia
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago



Born in 1977
Lives and works in New York


Education

2007
Columbia University, MFA Visual Arts

2004
Bezalel Academy, B.Des

2003
The Cooper Union


Solo Exhibitions

2013
South London Gallery, London, UK
“here, here and here,” Kunsthalle Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland 

2012
“Untitled (Ticket Shack),” Frieze Projects, Frieze, New York
“by foot, by car, by bus,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
“Uri Aran, Untitled (Good & Bad),” The High Line, New York

2011
“A To Z (that stops at Q),” Art Statements, Art 42 Basel, Basel, Switzerland (with Mother’s Tankstation)

2010
“Doctor, Dog, Sandwich,” Mother’s Tankstation, Dublin, Ireland

2008
“Geraniums,” Rivington Arms, New York


Selected Group Exhibitions

2013
Rothfeld Collection of Contemporary Israeli Art, Katzen Arts Center American University Museum, Washington, D.C.
"Trust (A Mi Izquierda)," Balice Hertling, Paris, France
"PIZZA TIME!," Marlborough Broome Street, New York
"An-Americana," co-organized by the American Academy in Rome and Depart Foundation, American Academy in Rome (curated by Vincenzo de Bellis)
“The Encyclopedic Palace,” 55th Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy
"do it," Catalogue and touring exhibition (curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist) (cat.)
“Empire State,” Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome, Italy (curated by Norman Rosenthal and Alex Gartenfeld)
“Commercial Break” Anonymous Gallery/ Garage Projects, Mexico City, Mexico
“The Assistants,” David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles (curated by Fionn Meade) (cat.)

2012
“THE LOG-O-RITHMIC,” GAMeC, Bergamo, Italy 
STUDIOLO, Zürich, Switzerland (with Elizabeth Neel) (cat.)
“Vers la lune en passant par la plage (To the Moon via the Beach),” Amphitheatre of Arles, Provence, France
“MARCH,” Sadie Coles, London, UK
“Beautiful Potential,” Mother’s Tankstation, Dublin, Ireland
“Tommy Hartung & Uri Aran,” White Flags Projects, St. Louis

2011
"Screening Room: Cologne,” Kölnischer Kunstverein, Cologne, Germany (curated by Regina Barunke)
“Heads with Tails,” Harris Lieberman, New York (curated by West Street Gallery)
“Commercial Break,” Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy (curated by Neville Wakefield)
“After images,” Jewish Museum Of Belgium, Brussels, Belgium (curated by Fionn Meade)
“A Hole Is To Dig,” Office Baroque, Antwerp, Belgium
“Partoftheprocess4,” Galleria Zero, Milan, Italy
“No More Presence 2,” with Liam Gillick, The Artist's Institute, New York

2010
“Painting and Sculpture: To Benefit the Foundation for Contemporary Arts,” Lehmann Maupin, New York
“It’s All American,” New Jersey Museum of Contemporary Art, Asbury Park
“Wait For Me at the Bottom of the Pool,” Matos Gallery – Summer Location, Bridgehampton (organized by Bob Nickas)
“The Coke Factory,” Ritter/Zamet, London, UK
“1848!!!” With Liam Gillick, Esther Schipper, Berlin, Germany
“Greater New York,” PS1, New York (with Tommy Hartung)
“Knight’s Move,” Sculpture Center, New York (curated by Fionn Meade)
“5 Videos,” West Street Gallery, New York
“No More Presence,” Gresham’s Ghost, New York (with Liam Gillick)
“Gr0up Sh0w,” Taxter & Spengemann, New York
“Manamal,” Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Herzliya, Israel

2009
“The Living And The Dead,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
“The Kings County Biennial,” Kidd Yellin Gallery, Brooklyn
“TIME – LIFE 2,” Taxter & Spengemann, New York
“Circular File Channel,” PERFORMA, New York (curated by Josh Kline)
“PRUESSPRESS 2,” Ritter/Zamet, London, UK
“The Fuzzy Set,” LA><ART, Los Angeles
“Odeon,” Ritter/Zamet, London, UK
“Video,” The New Museum, New York (selected by Benjamin Godsill)
“Made in the USA”, Philip Deely & Kalika Farmer, Great Barrington
“On From Here”, Guild & Greyshkul, New York

2008

“Closer Now,” Rivington Arms, New York
“Controversy of The Common Experience,” SOIL, Seattle
“SINGULAR FRIENDS,” 41 Wooster, New York
“FRIENDLY,” CRG Gallery, New York
“New Work,” Mesler & Hug, Los Angeles
“YES,” AR/Contemporary, Milan, Italy
“PRUESSPRESS 1,” Rental, New York
“Sunshine,” Ritter/Zamet Gallery at Rental, New York
“CRG Open Video Series,” CRG Gallery, New York
“On Paper,” Moti Hasson Gallery, New York

2007
“Loot from Wars of Nationalist Aggression,” Passerby, Gavin Brown’s enterprise,
New York (curated by Darren Bader)
“Wu tang/Googolplex show,” Passerby, Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York (curated by Darren Bader)
“Dutch Elm Disease,” Passerby, Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York (curated by Darren Bader)
“Artists' Cinema,” Henry Art Gallery, Seattle (curated by Ronnie Bass)
“New Misunderstandings: Return of the Same,” Moti Hasson Gallery, New York (with Jeremy Eilers)
“Beyond the Pale,” Moti Hasson Gallery, New York (curated by Candice Madey & Tairon Bastien)


Screenings

2012
“A Film to be Determined by Uri Aran,” White Flag Projects, St. Louis

2011

"Screening Room: Cologne,” Kölnischer Kunstverein, Cologne, Germany (curated by Regina Barunke)
“Future Formats,” Electronic Arts Intermix, New York


Selected Bibliography

2014
"Art review: Uri Aran and Richard Fleischner at South London Gallery," Metro, January

2013
Luke, Ben, "Uri Aran: Five Minutes Before, South London Gallery..," London Evening Standard, December
Wiley, Chris, "Uri Aran," The Encyclopedic Palace short guide, June
Obrist, Hans Ulrich, "Uri Aran," Empire State, exhibition catalogue, Rome: Palazzo delle Esposizioni, 2013, p.64-67 (curated by Alex Gartenfeld and Norman Rosenthal)
Perry, Colin, "Uri Aran," Vitamin D2, May
Jaskey, Jenny, "Uri Aran at Kunsthalle Zurich," Mousse, March 2013
Honigman, Ana Finel, "Uri Aran," Artforum, February
"Uri Aran's first comprehensive solo institutional show..." ArtDaily, February
Saltz, Jerry, “The Shapes of the Twentieth Century,” New York Magazine, January 14


2012
Gillick, Liam, “To the Moon via the Beach,” Parkett No.91, November
Gillick, Liam, “Collective interview,” Flash Art No.287, November-December
Delahunty, Gavin, Drawing Papers #6, November
Yablonsky, Linda, “Gilding the ‘Lilliput’,” T Magazine blog, April 30
Hall, Emily, Review, Artforum, April
Gat, Orit, "Portfolio: Uri Aran," Modern Painters, April
Review, The New Yorker, February
Meade, Fionn, “The Assistants,” Mousse, February
Tipton, Gemma, Review, Artforum.com, February
Aran, Uri, "Top Ten," Artforum, January

2011
Alemani, Cecilia, "Uri Aran," Interview, December
Gartenfeld, Alex, "Uri Aran," Art in America, December
Bartholomew Ryan, “Constructive Autism,” Kaleidoscope, October
Fionn Meade, “After Images,” exhibition catalogue, Jewish Museum of Belgium

2010
Alemani Cecilia, “I Believe in Mimicry,” MOUSSE, #26, December
Fite-Wasslek Chris, “Doctor Dog Sandwich,” ArtPapers, November
Herbert Martin, “Dispatches,” ArtReview, October
Fionn Meade, Knight’s Move exhibition catalogue, Sculpture Center, New York

2009
Coxhead Gabriel, “Odeon,” Time Out London, May.
Gillick, Liam, “Future Greats”, ArtReview, March.
Smith Roberta, "Uri Aran", Art in Review, The New York Times, January 23
Warner Emily, "Uri Aran: Geraniums," The Brooklyn Rail, February
Kurian, Ajay, "Proposals, Pronouncements, Pool balls, and Pictures: with cookies," Whitehot Magazine, February 2009

2008
Westcott James, “Project Space interview,” ArtReview.com, March 4

2007
Saltz Jerry, Beyond the Pale, The Village Voice, February 1



1937
Born, Berlin, Germany
Lives and works in Frankfurt am Main, Germany


Solo Exhibitions

2013

"Thomas Bayrle: Chrysler Tapete," Front Room, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, St. Louis
Espace Louis Vuitton, Tokyo, Japan
The Artist’s Institute, New York
"Thomas Bayrle: All-in-One," Wiels, Brussels, Belgium; Madre-Museo d'Arte Contemporanea Donna Regina, Naples, Italy; Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, UK (2013–2014); Institut d’art contemporain, Villeurbanne/Rhône-Alpes, France (2014)

2012
"Thomas Bayrle, From Weft to Warp – and Back Again & Helke Bayrle, Portikus Under Constricution," Centre of Contemporary Art Znaki Czasu, Torun, Poland
Galerie Ute Parduhn, Düsseldorf, Germany
"American Dream," High Line Billboard, New York
"Strippenzieher, Big Block," Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
Air de Paris, Paris, France
"Thomas Bayrle. Berge," Johann Widauer, Innsbruck, Austria

2011
dépendance, Brussels, Belgium
Galerie Johann Widauer, Innsbruck, Austria
La Chaufferie, Strasbourg, France (with Danie Kohl)

2010
“La camera Degli Sposi (After Mantegna) 1970/2010,” Dirimart, Istanbul, Turkey
“Gummibaum and materials,” Base Progetti per l’arte, Florence, Italy
“Alle Jamele sind ein Kamel (Schopenhauer),” Galerie Barbara Weiss, Berlin, Germany

2009
“Thomas Bayrle. Rosenkranz,” Galerie Mezzanin, Vienna, Austria
“Produzione Bayrle,” Cardi Black Box, Milano, Italy
“Thomas Bayrle -Their Combination is Spectacular,” Musée d’art Moderne et Contemporain, Geneva, Switzerland
“I’ve a Feeling We’re Not In Kansas Anymore,” Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain
Raven Row, London, UK

2008
“Thomas Bayrle. 40 Jahre Looping/ 40 Years Looping,” Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany
“Thomas Bayrle / Andreas Slominski,” dépendance, Brussels, Belgium
“Cats & Cars (with Gerald Domenig),” Etablissement d’en face, Brussels, Belgium
“Wiener,” Arbeiterkammer Wien, Vienna, Austria
“Stéphane Dafflon/ Thomas Bayrle,” Air de Paris, Paris, France
“A Mustache Is a Man’s Best Friend,” Galerie Francesca Pia, Zürich, Germany
“Thomas Bayrle. Bir enstalasyon duvarkagıtları, otoyollar vs. üzerine / An Installation of Wallpapers, Motorways etc.,” Dirimart, Istanbul, Turkey

2007
Galerie Barbara Weiss, Berlin, Germany (with Monika Baer)
“Superimages,” Fonds Regional d’Art Contemporain du Limousin, Limoges, France
Office for Contemporary Art, Oslo, Norway
Jacke wie Hose,” Galerie Johann Widauer, Innsbruck, Austria

2006
“Happy Days Are Here Again,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
“Thomas Bayrle:
 40 Years Chinese RocknRoll,” Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt, Germany

2005
Art Unlimited, Art Basel, Basel, Switzerland
Cubitt Gallery, London, UK

2004
“Thomas Bayrle: Carlos,” Oldenburger Kunstverein, Oldenburg, Germany

2003
“Autostrada,” Galerie Barbara Weiss, Berlin, Germany
“Eiserner Vorhang/Safety Curtain”. A project of museum in progress in co-operation with the Vienna State Opera, Vienna, Austria

2002
Grazer Kunstverein, Graz, Switzerland
Städelsches Kunstinstitut, Frankfurt, Germany

2001
“Kartoffelzähler,” Johann Widauer, Innsbruck, Austria
“Thomas Bayrle. Bilder, Zeichnungen, Druckgrafik aus den Jahren 1967 bis 2001,” Galerie Meyer-Ellinger, Frankfurt, Germany
“Layout,” Center for Contemporary Art Kitakyushu, Kitakyushu, Japan

2000
“flying home...,” Museum in Progress, Vienna, Austria
“Philip Johnson,” 1999 und Werke von 1967 - 2000, Galerie Barbara Weiss, Berlin, Germany

1998
Galerie Meyer-Ellinger, Frankfurt, Germany
“Dolly Animation,” Galerie Francesca Pia, Bern, Zurich, Switzerland

1997
Koriyama City Museum of Art, Koriyama, Japan
Academy of Art & Design, Beijing, China
“TassenTassen,” Museum Moderner Kunst, Frankfurt, Germany

1996
Kunsthalle St. Gallen, St. Gallen, Germany

1995
Galerie Meyer-Ellinger, Frankfurt, Germany

1994
“Film Video Materialien,” Portikus, Frankfurt, Germany

1990
“Autobahnkopf,” Galerie Daniel Buchholz, Cologne, Germany
“Autobahnkopf,” Portikus, Frankfurt, Germany

1989
“Pinsel durchgespielt,” Kunstverein Freiburg, Freiburg, Germany
“Thomas Bayrle 1983 – 88,” Seed Hall, Tokyo, Japan

1988
“Madonna Jaguar,” Kunsthalle Innsbruck, Innsbruck, Austria

1987
“Thomas Bayrle 1967 und 1987,” Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, Germany

1986
“GOLF,” Auto Museum, Wolfsburg, Germany

1984
“Capsel,” Museum am Ostwall, Dortmund, Germany

1983
“Druckgrafik 1960-83,” Städtische Galerie, Wolfsburg, Germany

1980
“Rasterfahndung,” Goethe-Institut, San Francisco
“Graphic Gathering,” Stanford University, Palo Alto

1977
“Cities and Accumulations,” WAKO, Tokyo, Japan

1972
“Formation Serielle,” La Pochade, Paris, France
Kiko Galleries, Houston

1971
Studio S, Rome, Italy

1968
“Mäntel - Tragbare Grafik,” Art Intermedia, Cologne, Germany
“produzione Bayrle,”Galleria Apollinaire, Milan, Italy

1965
Galerie Buchholz, Munich, Germany

1964
Städtisches Museum, Göttingen, Germany

1963
“DRUCK,” Galerie Bergsträsser, Darmstadt, Germany


Selected Group exhibitions

2013
"Josefine meets Sunah," Mezzanin, Vienna
"Das Mysters, das verbindet," Kunsthalle Lingen, Germany
"Xerography," Firstsite, Colchester, UK
"Textiles: Open Letter," Museum Abteiberg, Mönchengladbach, Germany
"The Universal Addressability of Dumb Things," Traveling exhibition, Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham, UK; De la Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-sea, UK
"Nouvelles Impressions de Raymond Roussel," Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France (curated by Francois Piron)
"The Society Without Qualities," Tensta konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden
"The Vertical Club," Bortolomi Gallery, Milan, Italy (curated by Will Benedict)
"Body of Evidence," VI, VII, Oslo, Norway


2012
Art Basel Miami Beach, Galerie Mezzanin, Miami
Frieze Projects, London, UK
"Ein Wunsch bleibt immer übrig, Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany
Arnold Bode Prize, Kassel, Germany
Bischoff Projects, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Busan Biennale, Busan Museum of Art, Busan, Korea
“Parque Industrial,” Luisa Strina, São Paulo, Brazil
“Ghost in the Machine,” New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York
documenta (13), Kassel, Germany
“Art Genève Thomas Bayrle Peter Kogler,” Galerie Mezzanin, Vienna, Austria
“TEXT TEXTILE TEXTURE,” Galerie Barbara Weiss, Berlin, Germany
“Towards a Warm Math,” On Stellar Rays, New York
“Objekt Atlas, Feldforschung im Museum,” Weltkulturen Museum, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
“Himmel und Erde,” Galerie Ute Parduhn, Düsseldorf, Germany
“Kunst-Stoff. Textilien in der Kunst seit 1960,” Städtische Galerie Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, Germany
“Der geteilte Himmel. 1945-1968. Die Sammlung,” Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany
“Thomas Bayrle kuratiert (ungern) Schrippenkönig mit p?,” Galerie Mezzanin, Wien, Austria


2011
"Der geteilte Himmer. 1945–1968. Die Sammlung," Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany
"Thomas Bayrle, Alfons Dick, Rolf Glasmeier, Manfred Kuttner, Charlotte Posenenske," Galerie Johann König, Berlin
"MMK 1991–2011: Twenty Years of Presence," Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
"Playtime," Lieu d’Art Contemporain, Sigean, France (curated by Ami Barak)
"MACBA Collection," Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain
Kistefos Museet, Oslo, Norway
"Echoes," Centre Culturel Suisse, Paris, France




2010
Die Grosse Inventur, Galerie Francesca Pia, Zürich
“SENT BY MAIL,” Galerie Barbara Weiss, Berlin, Germany
“Covering the wall. Contemporary wallpaper,” mudac and Musée de Pully, Lousanne, Switzerland
Gardar Eide Einarsson, Standard, Oslo, Sweden
“Gesehen & Geliebt Nr. 5, Es geht um Zeit. Aus Kasper Königs privaten Besitz,” Museum Ludwig, Köln, Germany
“Milk Drop Coronet,” Camera Austria, Kunsthaus Graz, Graz, Austria
“10,000 Lives: The Eighth Gwangju Biennale,” Gwangju, South Korea
“Art in Speed,” The Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita State University, Wichita
“Larger than Life – Stranger than Fiction,” 11. Triennale Kleinplastik 2010, Fellbach, Germany
“Unto this Last,” Raven Row, London, UK
“Dirimart presents III,” Dirimart, Istanbul, Turkey
Unto this Last, Raven Row, London, UK

2009
Athens Biennial, Athens, Greece
“ganz kleines Kino,” Galerie Ute Parduhn, Düsseldorf, Germany
Modélisme, Fonds Regional d’Art Contemporain du Limousin, Limoges
“Heaven,” 2nd Athens Biennial, Athens, Greece
“Making Worlds,” La Biennale di Venezia, 53rd International Art Exhibition, Arsenale, Venice, Italy
“Animated,” Centre d’Art Bastille Site sommital de la Bastille, Grenoble, France
“La Recherche,” Air de Paris, Paris, France
“Heidi au pays de Martin Kippenberger,” Fonds Régional d’Art Contemporain, Bordeaux, France
“Grandfather Clock,” Neue Alte Brücke, Fankfurt am Main, Germany
“Yellow and Green: Positions from the collection of the MMK,” Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt, Germany
“Notation. Kalkül und Form in den Künsten,” Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, Germany
“1968 - Die große Unschuld,” Kunsthalle Bielefeld, Bielefeld, Germany
“Tracer. Thomas Bayrle, Martin Feldbauer, Daniel Kohl, Harald Pridgar,” After the Butcher, Berlin, Germany
“Art of two Germanys/Cold War Cultures,” Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles; Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nuremberg, Germany; Deutsches Historisches Museum, Berlin, Germany

2008
Le couloir des miroirs, Fonds Régional d’Art Contemporain du Limousin, Limoges, France
“Konstellationen IV. Material / Form / Mensch / Stadt,” Städel Museum, Frankfurt, Germany
“Whatever Happened to Sex in Scandanavia?” Office for Contemporary Art Norway, Oslo, Norway (curated by Marta Kuzma)
“God & Goods: Spirituality and Mass Confusion,” Villa Manin Centro d’Arte
Contemporanea, Udine, Italy (curated by Francesco Bonami)
“Recent Acquisitions, Gifts, and Works from Various Exhibitions 1985-2008,” White Columns, New York (from the collection of Bob Nickas)
Biennale of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
Brussels Biennial, Brussels, Belgium
Experiment Marathon Reykjavík (Reykjavik Arts Festival 2008), Listasafn Reykjavíkur Hafnarhús, Reykjavik, Iceland
Stéphane Dafflon/Thomas Bayrle, Air de Paris, Paris, France
“God and Goods,” Villa Manin Centro d’arte contemporanea, Codroipo, Italy
“Tempo, Tempo! Das Phänomen der Geschwindigkeit im Film,” Opelvillen Rüsselsheim, Rüsselsheim, Germany
“Europop,” Kunsthaus Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland

2007
The Kitakyushu Biennial ´07, Moji-Ko Kitakyushu, Japan
Brussels Biennial, Brussels, Belgium
Stéphane Dafflon/Thomas Bayrle, Air de Paris, Paris, France
“Tbilisi 4: Everyday is Saturday,” Tbilisi, Georgia
“Body Politicx,” Witte de With, Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam, Netherlands
“Small Is Beautiful,” Ursula Stiftung, Kraichtal-Unterröwisheim, Germany
“Imagery Play,” PKM Gallery, Beijing, China
“Das Kapital-Blue Chips und Masterpieces,” Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
“Das Kapital-Blue Chips und Masterpieces,” Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt, Germany
“What does the jellyfish want?,” Ludwig Museum, Köln, Germany
“Whenever it starts it is the right time – Strategies for a discontinuous future,” Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
“Studio Jahresgaben,” Grazer Kunstverein, Graz, Austria
“Screening of Sunbeam, Autobahnkopf, Select: A Night with Rosalind Nashashibi,” Tate Modern, London, UK
“Imagery Play,” PKM Gallery, Beijing, China

2006
“Piktogramme - die Einsamkeit der Zeichen,” Kunstmuseum Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany
“Choosing My Religion,” Kunstmuseum Thun, Thun, Switzerland
“Gwangju Biennale,” Gwangju, Korea
“Saigon Open City: First Chapter: Liberation, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
“Looking Back: The Inaugural White Columns Annual,” White Columns, New York
Galerie Mezzanin, Vienna, Austria
“Summer of Love – Art of the Psychedelic Era,” Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria
“4th Berlin Biennial for Contemporary Art: Von Mäusen und Menschen / Of Mice and Men,” KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, Germany
“The Expanded Eye,” Kunsthaus, Zurich, Germany
“totalstadt. beijing case,” Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie - Museum für Neue Kunst, Karlsruhe, Germany
“Dark Places,” Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica

2005
“Guangzhou Triennale,” Guangzhou, China
“Beijing Case,” Zero Field Experimental Art Center, Beijing, China
“Summer of Love,” Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany
“Archive in motion,” 50 years Documenta, Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kassel, Germany
“Automobilisé,” Galerie Ilka Bree, Bordeaux, France
“Zur Vorstellung des Terrors: Die RAF. Ausstellung,” Kunst-Werke, Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, Germany

2004
“Berlin-Moskau / Moskau-Berlin 1950-2000,” Staatliche Tretjakow-Galerie, Moskow, Russia
9. Triennale Kleinplastik Fellbach, Alte Kelter, Fellbach, Germany
“Pop Cars. Amerika-Europa,” Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum, Duisburg, Germany
“Deutschland sucht,” Kölnischer Kunstverein, Köln, Germany
“Grey Goo,” Flaca, London, UK
“Cupcup and the happy Medium,” Dowse-Museum, Wellington, New Zealand
“Utopia Station,” Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany

2003
“Berlin-Moskau / Moskau-Berlin 1950-2000,” Staatliche Tretjakow-Galerie, Moskow
“9. Triennale Kleinplastik Fellbach,” Alte Kelter, Fellbach, Germany
“Pop Cars. Amerika-Europa,” Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum, Duisburg, Germany
“Deutschland sucht,” Kölnischer Kunstverein, Köln, Germany
“Grey Goo,” Flaca, London, UK
“Cupcup and the happy Medium,” Dowse-Museum, Wellington, New Zealand
“Utopia Station,” Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany

2002
“Europaweit - Kunst der 60er Jahre,” Städtische Galerie, Karlsruhe, Germany

2001
“Frankfurter Kreuz. Transformationen des Alltäglichen in der zeitgenössischen Kunst,”
Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, Germany
“DC: Thomas Bayrle/ Bodys Isek Kingelez,” Museum Ludwig, Köln, Germany

2000
“Floating Cities. Die europäische Stadt in Bewegung,” Internationalen Konferenz der Guardini Stiftung im Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Germany
“out of space,” Schnitt Ausstellungsraum zu Gast im Kölnischen Kunstverein, Köln, Germany

1999
“Serien/ Konzepte in Foto/ Video,” Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany

1998
“Technoculture FRI ART,” Centre Contemporaine, Freiburg, Germany
“Life Style,” Kunsthaus Bregenz, Bregenz, Austria
“Anticipation,” Centre pour l'image Contemporaine, Genf, Switzerland
“Massornament,” Kunsthallen Brandts Klaedefabrik, Odensee, Austria
“... mit Studenten,” Shift, Berlin, Germany
“Die Macht des Alters,” Deutsches Historisches Museum, Kronprinzenpalais, Berlin, Germany

1997
“Urban Space,” de Singel, Antwerp, Belgium
“KünstlerInnen,” Museum in Progress, Kunsthaus Bregenz, Bregenz, Austria
1996
“Grafik,” Galerie Klosterfelde, Berlin, Germany
“L'Art de Plastique,” Ecole de Beaux Arts, Paris, France

1995
“Elastic Lights,” Sidney Gallery
Prix Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria

1993
“Neue Kunst in Hamburg,” Kunstverein Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria
“Compkuenstlerg,” Künstlerwerkstatt Lothringer Straße, Munich, Germany

1989
“On Kawara - Wieder und Wieder,” Portikus, Frankfurt, Germany
Ars Electronica, Linz, Austria

1985
IBA, Berlin, Milan
“Deutsche Graphiker,” Gummersons, Stockholm, Sweden

1984
“Orwell,” Museum des 20. Jahrhunderts, Vienna, Austria

1983
“Utopian Visions in Modern Art,” Hirshhorn Museum, Washington

1977
documenta 6, Kassel, Germany

1975
“Der Einzelne und die Masse,” Kunsthalle Recklinghausen, Recklinghausen, Germany

1971
“Graphik der Welt,” Kunsthalle Nürnberg, Nuremberg, Germany
“Contemporary Graphic,” Oxford Gallery, London, UK
“Kunst und Politik,” Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

1970
“Konzepte einer neuen Kunst,” Göttinger Kunstverein, Göttingen, Germany
“Sammlung Feelisch,” Museum am Ostwall, Dortmund, Germany
“Kunst und Politik,” Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe, Germany

1969
“Industrie und Technik in der deutschen Malerei,” Lehmbruck-Museum, Duisburg, Germany

1968
British International Print Biennale, Bradford, UK
“Kunst-Stoffe,” Art Intermedia, Köln, Germany

1967
“Serielle Formationen,” Studio Galerie, Universität Frankfurt, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

1966
“EXTRA,” Museum Wiesbaden, Wiesbaden, Germany

1965
“Between poetry and painting,” Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, UK

1964
documenta 3, Kassel, Germany

1963
“Schrift und Bild,” Kunsthalle Baden-Baden und Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands


Selected Bibliography

2013
Bayar, Devrim, "Exhibition preview- Pop Pioneer Thomas Bayrle," Culture Critic, December
Whetstone, David, "Baltic presents first major UK showing of German artist's work," The Journal, December
Wullschlager, Jackie, "Thomas Bayrle retrospective at Baltic, Gateshead," Financial Times, December
Britta, Peters, "The Atom Smasher - Thomas Bayrle," Goethe Institut, June
"Thomas Bayrle. All in one," Wall Street Journal, June
Wee, Darryl Jingwen, "Thomas Bayrle's Monuments of Traffic Come to Tokyo," Blouin ArtInfo, May
"Diary: Thomas Bayrle," Mousse, March 2013
Cotter,Holland, "A Light Hand at an Art Fair," The New York Times, March
Miller, Michael H., "An Art Fair Booth in the Nude: Thomas Bayrle at Gavin Brown's Enterprise," GalleristNY, March

2012
Sutton, Benjamin, "See Thomas Bayrle’s Hypnotic, Chrysler-Branded High Line Billboard," ArtInfo, October¬¬¬¬¬
Patton, Phil, "Thomas Bayrle at the High Line: In 1970,Foretelling the Malaise of Chrysler," The New York Times, October 1
Russeth, Andrew, "8 Things to Do in New York’s Art World Before October 1," GalleristNY, September 24
Rozalia, Jovanovic, "Thomas Bayrle Is Next Up at the High Line Billboard," GalleristNY, September 14
Forbes, Alexander, "Thomas Bayrle Wins Bode Prize at dOCUMENTA 13," ArtInfo, August 15
"Thomas Bayrle in Poland," UnitedCreativity.org, August
Lindemann, Charlotte, "The September Openings: 16 Must-See Shows Arriving Next Month," GalleristNY, August
"Thomas Bayrle at dOCUMENTA (13): The Holy Ghost and the Machine," Huffington Post, July 13
"dOCUMENTA(13): On seriality – or pausing with painting,“ Stil In Berlin, July 25
Krogemann, Dr. Bettina, "Interview with Thomas Bayrle," Vernissage TV, July
Hierholzer, Michael, "Maschinenrhythmus und Meditation," Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, June 5
Gropp, Rose-Maria, "Die Frömmigkeit der Maschinen," Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, June 5
Fouraté, Sonja, "Alles hängt miteinander zusammen," Hessischer Rundfunk, June 2012
Scholz, Nina, "Documenta (13): Fünf," Interview, June
Fritschler, Peter, " Mein Lieblingskunstwerk: Die Maschinen des Thomas Bayrle," MyDocumenta.de, June
Sarcevic, Lara, Review, Art Agenda, May 29

2011
Exporama, Thomas Bayrle/Daniel Kohl, ArtPress n°375 February

2010
Sarah Cosulich Canarutto, cat. Cardi Black Box, Tarsiz Publishing Inc., New York

2009
La Biennale di Venezia and its collaborators for the 53rd International Art Exhibition,
Making Worlds, 2 books, edited by Daniel Birnbaum and Jochen Volz, exhibition catalogue, p.12-13
Wiley, Chris, “The Mass Ornament,: Kaleidoscope, issue 02, Summer
Eichler, Dominic, “Social Fabric,“ frieze, June
Peran, Marti, Review, Artforum, May
Stolz, George, Review, Art Review, April
Hohmann, Silke, “Die serielle Revolution,“ Monopol, April, p. 62-73
Faucheret, Anne, “Less is A Bore,” Art21 n°24, automne, p.36-43
Kihm, Christophe, “Expositions,” Art Press, n° 361, Novembre, p.97
Compan, Leslie and Malachin, Pierre, “Expos/Itinéraires Bis-Kippenberger, Bayrle,
Childress, Malaval,” Particules n°26, octobre-décembre, p.10
Obrist, Hans Ulrich, “Pars Pro Toto Istanbul Version A Biennale A-Z (fragments),” RES n
°4, September, p.22

2008
Volzke, Daniel, “Like Yeast in a Cake,” Deutsche Bank Art Magazine, November, p.
18-19
Ulrike Lehmann, Thomas Bayrle, in the series Künstler. Kritisches Lexikon der Gegenwartskunst, Konstanz
2008 Biennale of Sydney. Revolutions – Forms That Turn, exhibition catalogue, Fishermans Bend, Victoria (Australia), p. 232, and 2008 Biennale of Sydney. Revolutions – Forms That Turn. Free Guide, Sydney 2008, p. 63
God & Goods. Spiritualitá e Confusione di Massa / Spirituality and Mass Confusion, exhibition catalogue Villa Manin Centro d’Arte Contemporanea, Codroipo (Udine), Italy
“Q & A with Thomas Bayrle,” RES Art World / World Art, No. 2, May, p. 68-73
Thomas Bayrle. Bir enstalasyon duvarkagıtları, otoyollar vs. üzerine / An Installation of Wallpapers, Motorways etc., exhibition catalogue, Dirimart, Istanbul
2007
“La vache qui rit: Thomas Bayrle” published by Frac Limousin, Limousin
Mehring, Christine, “Mass Appeals: The Art of Thomas Bayrle,” Artforum, April, pp. 228-237
Volz, Jochen “Looking Back: Biennials/Survey Shows” Frieze, January-February, p. 126

2006
Gilmore, Jonathan, Review, Art in America, November, pp.208-9
Kittelmann, Udo, and Klaus Görner, “What’s New Pussycat?” published by
Museum fur Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt, am Main, pp. 134-35
Koolhaas, Charlie, “Three Asian Biennales: Shanghai, Gwangju, and Singapore,” ArtReview, September, pp. 44-45
Jones, Ronald, Review, Artforum, September, pp. 390-91
Holland Cotter: “Experience Matters: Creators in Midcareer and Beyond,” New York Times, Friday April 21, pp. E31, E 39
Max Henry Review, Time Out New York, April 20-26, p. 77
Gianni Jetzer, Verein Kunsthalle St. Gallen (Hg.), 20 Jahre Kunsthalle St. Gallen 1985-2005, catalog,
JRP/Ringier, Zürich, Germany
“Dark Places,” Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, p. 12

2005
“Sars Formation,” exhibition catalogue, Basel Art Fair, Galerie Barbara Weiss, Galerie Francesca Pia und Thomas Bayrle
Vanessa Joan Müller, “Deutschland Sucht,” Kölnischer Kunstverein, exhibition catalogue, Cologne, p. 32
“50 Jahre/ years documenta 1955-2005,” exhibition catalogue, Kunsthalle Fridericianum Kassel
“Patterns. Muster in Design, Kunst und Architektur,” edited by Petra Schnidt, Anette Tietenberg, Ralf Wolheim, Birkenhäuser - Verlag für Architektur, p. 44-49
“Informal City?”, Beijing Case, Zero-Field, Peking / Beijing, p. 10-13

2004
“Turbulenz. Portikus Projekte,” 2001-2004, edited by Jochen Volz, p. 84-85

2003
Ruthe, Ingeborg, “Mobilität mit Verstopfung,” Berliner Zeitung, June 18, p. 10
Schlegel, Andreas, “Der Autobahn-Mäander,” Der Tagesspiegel, June 14, p. 29
Müller, Ulrich, “Thomas Bayrle. Galerie Barbara Weiss,” Zitty, Nr. 13, p. 86
Preuss, Rita, “Kopfschmerz auf vier Rädern. Bilder von Thomas Bayrle: Autostrada,“ Ticket, Nr. 22, May 29, p. 13
Buhr, Elke, “Masse und Maggi. Thomas Bayrle im Städel,” Frankfurt/Main, Text zur Kunst, Nr. 49, March, p. 201-203
“Berlin-Moskau / Moskau-Berlin 1950-2000,” exhibition catalogue, Martin-Gropius Bau, Nicolai Verlag, Berlin
“Boogie Woogie Wonderland,” exhibition catalogue, Akiyoshidai International Art Village, Yamaguchi, ed. von Candy Factory Projects Boogie Woogie Wonderland

2002
“Außen an dem Tore,” Art. Das Kunstmagazin, Nr. 11, p. 11
“Frankfurter Städel,” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, October 21, p. 35
Hierholzer, Michael, “Und endlos lacht die blaue Kuh der Käsefirma. Die Macht der Masse und das ewige Band: Eine Ausstellung des Städelschulprofessors Thomas Bayrle im Städelmuseum,” Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung, October 2o, Kultur R 3
“Ich bin riesig und winzig zugleich. Ein Gespräch mit Städelschullehrer Thomas Bayrle aus Anlass seiner großen Geburtstags-Ausstellung im Städel,” Frankfurter Rundschau, October 18, p. 28
I. L., “Ansichtssachen, Die Verwandlung des Brandenburger Tors,” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, September 9, p. 34
Birnbaum, Daniel, “With a spate of recent exhibitions and the showcasing. Kasper König talks with Thomas Bayrle, Planes, Trains, Automobiles,” Artforum International, Summer, p. 136-141
Bayerle, Thomas, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Februar 25, p. 5 (Ill.)
Nemeczek, Alfred, “Grandioser Neustart mit Pop und Picasso,” Art, Nr. 1
Frangenberg, Frank, “AC: / DC: Neue Projekträume im Museum Ludwig,” Kunstforum, Bd. 158, S. 322-324
Jörg Heiser, “Thomas Bayrle. Kunstverein Graz,” Frieze, Issue 69, p. 113
Helvetica 12pt..., CCA, Kitakyushu (artist book)
New York Times Layout, Edition Artelier, Graz (Portfolio)
Wagner, Thomas, “Masse Bild. Von Kühen und Menschen, Maggi und Magie: Thomas Bayrle im Thomas Bayrle,” exhibition catalogue, Städelsches Kunstinstitut und Revolver, Archiv für Aktuelle Kunst, Frankfurt

2001
Birnbaum, Daniel and Hans Ulrich Obrist, “Everything is flat,” nu:, Vol. III, No.6/01, p. 56-61
Foerster, Barbara, “Aus dem Dornröschenschlaf erwacht,” Mannheimer Morgen, December 6
Sauerländer, Willibald, “Die Neuordnung der Welt,” Süddeutsche Zeitung, November 16
Roos, Renate, “Museum Ludwig unter Strom,” Kölner Stadtanzeiger, November 10
Bode, Ursula, “Wo das Wünschen helfen soll,” Die Zeit, Nr. 46, November 8
Koldehoff, Stefan, “Wechselstrom im Heldensaal,” die tageszeitung, November 7
Buhr, Elke, “Neue und alte Helden,” Frankfurter Rundschau, November 3
Vielhaber, Christiane, “Parade der Wunschkandidaten,” Handelsblatt, November 2/3
Kliemann, Thomas, “Wunschkonzert für den König von Köln,” Bonner General-Anzeiger, November 2
Wagner, Thomas, “Möchten Azaleen wiederkäuen?,” FAZ, November 2
“Kunst veröffentlichen. Isa Genzken, Wolfgang Tillmanns, Bodys Isek Kingelez, Thomas Bayrle,” Stadtrevue, Nr. 11, p. 66-100
Babias, Marius, “Von der Superform zum Bildcontainer. Zu den neueren computergestützten Prints von Thomas Bayrle,” Kunstforum, Nr. 155, p. 199-201
Babias, Marius, “Ich war dabei, als...Interviews 1990 -2000,” Revolver, Archiv für Aktuelle Kunst, p. 182-191
Kölle, Brigitte, “Thomas Bayrle, Frankfurter Kreuz. Transformationen des Alltäglichen in der zeitgenössischen Kunst.” exhibition catalogue, Frankfurt, p. 107
DC, “Thomas Bayrle/ Body Isek Kingelez,” exhibition catalogue, ed. von Marjorie Jongbloed und Kasper König, Cologne
Jongbloed, Marjorie, “Thomas Bayrle, Museum unserer Wünsche,” exhibition catalogue, ed. von Kasper König, Cologne, S. 72-73
“LAYOUT,” Verlag Walther König, Cologne (artist book)

1999
Babias, Marius, “Die Maschine hat mich total high gemacht. Ein Gespräch mit Thomas Bayrle;” Kunstforum, Vol.148, p. 234-247

1998
Insert, Parkett

1997
“Thomas Bayrle Works 1967-1995,” exhibition catalogue, Beijing
Beaucamp, Eduard, “Die Zivilisationsfalle,” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, November 7, p. 45

1996
“GRID,” Tohoku University Yamagata, Japan; Kunsthalle St. Gallen (artist book)

1995
Bayrle, Thomas, “Film, Video, Materialien,” Portikus, Frankfurt am Main (artist book)
Bayrle, Thomas, “Grafik 1967-1972/ animierte Grafik 1979-1994,” Verlag Walther König, Cologne


Talks

2011
Alighiero e Boetti Day, RAI Auditorium, Turin, Italy (May 28)
The Frankfurt Conversation by Hans Ulrich Obrist and Nikolaus Hirsch, Schauspiel Frankfurt, Frankfurt am Main, Germany (January 30)


Public Collections

FNAC, Puteaux, France
Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Städelmuseum, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Museum Ludwig, Köln, Germany
Kunstmuseum, Stuttgart, Germany
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
Fonds Regional d’Art Contemporain du Limousin, Limoges, France

1969
Born, Munich, Germany
Lives and works in Berlin, Germany


Solo Exhibitions

2013
"Ich habe Zeit", Fürstenberg Zeitgenössisch, Donaueschingen, Germany
"Peas & Thyme," Capri, Düsseldorf, Germany
“Schön und gut,” BQ, Berlin-Mitte, Germany 

2012
“Boros Collection #2,” Boros Collection, Berlin-Mitte, Germany
“Cosmic Laughter: timewave zero, then what?” Ursula Blickle Stiftung Kraichtal-Unterowisheim, Germany
“Grid(love)r,” Andreas Melas & Helena Papadopoulos, Athens, Greece
“SOFT IS HARD (Work),” Sadie Coles HQ, London, UK

2011
The Modern Institute, Glasgow, UK
“Retour,” Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich, Germany

2010
The Modern Institute, Glasgow, UK
Sadie Coles, London, UK
Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, UK
“Paradise Lost,” Kunstverein, Arnsberg, Germany (with Juliette Blightman)
BQ, Berlin, Germany

2009
“Dirk Bell LI’ve is LI’ve,” Schinkel Pavillion, Berlin, Germany

2008
Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York

2007
BQ, Cologne, Germany

2006
The Modern Institute, Glasgow, UK
Kunsthalle Bremerhaven, Bremerhaven, Germany
Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York (with Kitty Kraus & Ulrich Wulff)

2005
BQ, Cologne, Germany

2003
BQ, Cologne, Germany
The Modern Institute, Glasgow, UK

2002
Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York

2001
BQ, Cologne, Germany

2000
"One day it will all make sense," The Modern Institute, Glasgow, UK (with Friedrich Kunath)

1999
Hobbypop, Düsseldorf, Germany (with A. Reyle)

1998
"Why are my friends such finks," BQ, Cologne, Germany (with Friedrich Kunath)


Group Exhibitions

2013
"Girls Can Tell", Gesellschaft Für Aktuelle Kunst, Bremen, Germany
"Property of a German", SVIT, Prague
"Merci Mercy," 980 Madison Avenue, New York (curated by Christine Messineo and Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld)

2012
“Sammlung Boros #2,” Boros Collection, Berlin, Germany

2011
“Gesamtkunstwerk,” Saatchi Gallery, London, UK

2010
"At Home/Not at Home," Hessel Museum of Art, New York
“Enlightenment,” Verein zur Förderung von Kunst und Kultur am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz e.V., Berlin, Germany
“The Menippean Uprising,” blank projects, Cape Town, South Africa
“Captain Pamphile,” Städtische Galerie Waldkraiburg, Waldraiburg, Germany
“A moving plan B - Chapter ONE,” The Drawing Room, London, UK
“Under One Umbrella,” Bergen Kunsthall, Bergen, Norway
“Old Ideas,” Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Basel, Switzerland

2009
“You will miss me when I burn,” Mountgomery Gallery, Berlin, Germany
“Modern Modern,” Chelsea Art Museum, New York (curated by Pati Hertling)
“Berlin 2000,” Pace Wildenstein, New York

2007
“Every Eye sees differently as the Eye,” The Drawing Room, London, UK
“Pure Self Expression,” Kölnischer Kunstverein, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

2006
“Blake & Sons,” Model Arts and Niland Gallery, The Mall, Sligo, Ireland
“Bonanza,” Tilton Gallery, New York
“Freier a magazine for sensibilities,” Art: Concept, Paris, France

2005
Blake & Sons Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork, Ireland (traveling)
“The third peak,” Art: Concept, Paris, France

2004
“Kunst macht Schule – l’art fait ecole,” Saarland Museum, Saarland, Germany; Caves Sainte Croix, Metz, France
“Sommer Photo Ausstellung,” Galerie Merettich im Glaspavillion an de Volksbuhne, Berlin, Germany
“Jetz und 10 Jahre Davor,” Kunst-Werke, Berlin, Germany
‘Der spate Liebhaber,’ Neue Dokumente, Berlin, Germany

2003
“deutschemalereizweitausenddrei,” Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, Germany (cat.)
“Painting on the Roof,” Staedtisches Museum Abteiberg, Moenchengladbach, Germany (cat.)
“Minerals in the Water,” The Changing Room, Stirling, Scotland (cat.)
“Dirty Pictures,” The Approach, London, UK
“EU3-Drawing,” Stephen Friedman Gallery, London, UK
“Vom Horror der Kunst,” Grazer Kunstverein, Graz, Austria

2002
RomaRomaRoma, Rome, Italy
“Grosse Kunstausstellung Sommer 2002 im Pazifik,” PAZIFIK, Berlin, Germany
“Friede Freiheit Freunde,” Maschenmode Galerie Guido W. Baudach, Berlin, Germany
“Tiere 2003,” Wohnung der Eheleute Hermann & Elfriede Paime, Immenstaad, Germany

2001
“Circles Nr. 5: Berlin – Montagna Sacra,” Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie, Karlsruhe, Germany (cat.)
“Viva November,” Städtische Galerie Wolfsburg, Germany (cat.)
“1995-2001,” BQ, Cologne, Germany

2000
Parking Meters, Köln, Germany
“Make my paper sound,” Studiogalerie Kunstverein, Braunschweig, Germany (cat.)
“Malerei VI” Monika Sprueth Galerie, Cologne, Germany

1998
“Junge Kunst im Zweiten,” Staatstheater, Braunschweig, Germany


Selected Bibliography

2013
Prince, Mark, "Dirk Bell: BQ," Art in America, April 2013
Dessau, Ory, "Dirk Bell," Frieze, February
Burrows, Marie Jay, "A Red Hot Date with Dirk Bell's 'Lovephabet'," Berlin Art Parasites, January

2011
Clegg, James, Review, Art Review, April

2008
Harris, Susan, Review, Art in America, May, p. 194-5
Hudson, Suzanne, Review, Artforum, April, p. 366-7

2007
Dirk Bell “69,” Kunstverein Bremerhaven, Cologne, Germany

2006
Hamill, Jasper, Review, Skinny Magazine, May 29

2004
Higgie, Jennifer, “Night for Day,” frieze, January, p. 76-79

2003 “Dirk Bell: Vol. One,” BQ, Cologne, Germany

2002
“Minerals in the Water,” The Changing Room, Stirling, Scotland

2001
Frankfurt “Darling," Dirk Bell, exhibition cat.alog, BQ, Cologne, Germany
"Darling", version 2001 by Mo (EMD), 7-inch record, BQ, Cologne, Germany

1998
"Why are my friends such finks," exhibition cat.alog, BQ, Cologne, Germany

1997
“Aura,” Ars Futura, Zurich, Switzerland
“Uberraschung (Surprise II)” Kunsthalle, Nurnberg, Germany

1995
“Malerei III,” Monika Sprüth Galerie, Köln, Germany

1994
“The easiest thing to grow in a garden is tired,” Galerie Peters-Barenbrock, Braunschweig, Germany


1970 Born in Seattle
Lives in Los Angeles and Berlin


Education

1997
Whitney Independent Study Program, New York

1996
UCLA, M.F.A. in Photography

1992
UC Berkeley, B.A. in English and Art, Phi Beta Kappa

1990
Ecole Nationale Superieur des Beaux-Arts, Paris


Solo Exhibitions

2013
New Waves, Kunstverein Lüneburg, Lüneburg, Germany
greengrassi, London, UK

2012
New Waves, DAAD Galerie, Berlin, Germany

2011
Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
greengrassi, London, UK

2009
Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York
Fargfabriken Center for Contemporary Art, Stockholm, Sweden

2006
Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
greengrassi, London, UK

2005
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (cat.)

2003
greengrassi, London, UK

2002
Blum & Poe, Santa Monica

1999

Blum & Poe, Santa Monica

1998
greengrassi, London, UK
Jay Gorney Modern Art, New York

1997
Studio Guenzani, Milan, Italy


Group Exhibitions

2012
IDFA Documentary Film Festival, Amsterdam, Netherlands 
Agency for Unrealized Projects, DAAD Galerie, Berlin, Germany (curated by Hans-Ulrich Obrist and Ariane Beyn)
La galleria de Comercio, Mexico City, Mexico 
Autoconstrucion, Arriata Beer, Berlin, Germany (curated by Abraham Cruzvillegas)
Figure Studies: Recent Representational Works on Paper, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, St. Louis (curated by Dominic Molon)

2011
Recent Acquisitions from The Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles
FAX, Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard University, Boston 
The Air We Breathe, San Francisco MoMA (curated by Apsara diQuinzo), San Francisco 
Art Film, Art Basel, Basel, Switzerland (organized by Marc Gloede)
You Don’t Love Me Anymore, Westfälischer Kunstverein, Münster, Germany
The Object of Observation (Changes By Being Observed), Johnen Galerie, Berlin, Germany
The Joy of Pleasure, Veneklasen Werner Galerie, Berllin, Germany (curated by Monika Szewczyk and Dieter Roelstraete; brochure)
Celestial Spectacular, Night Gallery, Los Angeles
Ten Women Who Use Film, www.ubu.com (curated by Jennifer Higgie)
frauenkörperbewegur, Stedelijk, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Summer Time, Mary Ryan Gallery, New York

2010
Artists’ Cinema, Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham, UK
How Many Billboards? MAK Center, Los Angeles

2009
R is for Replicant, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco
At Home, Not at Home, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, New York (curated by Matthew Higgs)
Endless Bummer, Blum and Poe, Los Angeles (curated by Drew Heitzler)
Home and Away, Residence of the Ambassador of the United States to Germany (curated by Johannes Fricke Waldhausen)
Etwas Viele... Galerie Niels Borch Jensen, Berlin, Germany
Light, Camera, Action: ABC (Film and Stage Program) (curated by Marc Gloede), Berlin, Germany
15th Anniversary Inaugural Exhibition, Blum and Poe, Los Angeles
Pulling from History: The Old Masters, Print Center, Philadelphia
Collecting History: Highlighting Recent Acquisitions, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (curated by Ann Goldstein and Bennett Simpson)
Das Gespinst - Die Sammlung Schürmann zu Gast im Museum Abteiberg, Stadtisches Museum Abteiberg, Mönchengladbach, Germany
Stadtisches Museum Abteiberg, Mönchengladbach, Germany

2008
Biennale d’art Contemporain le Havre, Le Havre, France (curated by Ger van Elk)
Amateurs, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art, San Francisco (curated by Ralph Rugoff)
Index: Conceptualism in California from the Permanent Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (curated by Philipp Kaiser)
50 Moons of Saturn, 2nd Torino Triennial (curated by Daniel Birnbaum) (cat.)
La Petite Histoire, Kustraum Niederoesterreich, Vienna, Austria (curated by Gyonata Bonivicini) (cat.)
The Wizard of Oz, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art, San Francisco (curated
by Jens Hoffmann) (cat.)

2007
USA: American Video Art at the Beginning of the Millennium, 2nd Moscow Biennale,
Moscow (curated by Daniel Birnbaum, Gunnar B. Kvaran, and Hans Ulrich Obrist)
Personne ne veut mourir, Arquebuse, Geneva, Switzerland
LA Desire (Part 1), Galerie Dennis Kimmerich, Düsseldorf, Germany (curated by Wilhelm Schurmann)
Uncertain States of America, Herning Kunstmuseum, Herning, Denmark; Centre for Contemporary Art, Warsaw, Poland; La Musée de Sérignon, Serignan, France; Beijing, China (curated by Daniel Birnbaum, Gunnar B. Kvaran, and Hans Ulrich Obrist) (cat.)
Radio Daniele, MAMbo Museo d'Arte Moderna di Bologna, Bologna, Italy; Kunsthalle Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland (curated by Christopher Williams and John Kelsey)
Mobile Museum, Latvian Center for Contemporary Art, Riga, Latvia
Now Your See It, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson

2006
The backroom: San Francisco, New Langton Arts/SF Camerawork, San Francisco
(curated by Renaud Proch)
Too Much Love, Angles Gallery, Santa Monica (curated by Amy Adler)
Two Friends and So On, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York
Uncertain States of America, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Annandale-on- Hudson; Serpentine Gallery, London, UK; Reykjavik Art Museum, Reykjavik, Iceland (curated by Daniel Birnbaum, Gunnar B. Kvaran, and Hans Ulrich Obrist ) (cat.)

2005
General Ideas: Rethinking Conceptual Art 1987-2005, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art, San Francisco (curated by Matthew Higgs) (cat.)
Finkish Dispositions, Rachmoninoff’s, London, UK 
A Walk to Remember, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles (curated by Jens Hoffmann) (cat.)

2004
Let The Bullshit Run a Marathon, Nicole Klagsbrun, New York (curated by Nate Lowman)

2003
Faking Real, Columbia University, New York

2002
A Show That Shows That A Show Is Not Only A Show, The Project, Los Angeles (curated by Jens Hoffman) (cat.)

2001
Pandaemonium Biennial of Moving Images, Lux Gallery, Centre for Electronic Arts, London, UK
Face On, Sheffield, Milton Keynes Gallery, Milton Keynes, UK; Photographic and Media Arts, Liverpool, UK; Stills Gallery, Edinburgh, UK (cat.)
A Passion for Art: The Disaronno Originale Photography Collection, MOCA, Chicago
Jennifer Bornstein, Mark Grotjahn, Florian Maier-Aichen, Dave Muller, Blum and Poe, Santa Monica

2000
An Intelligent Pleasure, Site Gallery, London, UK
Exit: International artist-made film and video, Chisenhale, London, UK (curated by Alison Gingeras)
Greater New York, PS1, Long Island City (cat.)
Quiet, 359 Broadway, New York (curated by Leo Koenig)
Works on Paper from Los Angeles, Studio Guenzani, Milan, Italy

1999
Standing Still & Walking in Los Angeles, Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills (curated by Terry R. Myers) (cat.)

1998
Remix: Images Photographiques, Nantes Musee des Beaux-Arts, Nantes, France (cat.)
L.A. Times, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Per L'Arte, Guarene, Italy (curated by Francesco Bonami) (cat.)
Sightings: New Photographic Art, Insitute of Contemporary Arts, London, UK (curated by Tim Dawson) (cat.)
Charles Ray, Steve Doughton, Jennifer Bornstein, greengrassi, London, UK

1997
Her Eyes Are a Blue Million Miles, Malmø, Sweden (curated by Dave Muller)
Exposition de Jeunes Photographers Femmes, Anne de Villepoix, Paris, France
Vanessa Beecroft, Jennifer Bornstein, Martin Kersels, Gillian Wearing, S.L. Simpson Gallery, Toronto, Canada
The Name of the Place, Casey Kaplan, New York (curated by Laurie Simmons)

1996
Making Pictures: Women and Photography, 1975 - Now, Nicole Klagsbrun, New York
Teststrip, Auckland, New Zealand (curated by Giovanni Intra)
Three Day Weekend, P-House, Tokyo, Japan (curated by Dave Muller)
LACE Annuale, LACE, Blum & Poe, Santa Monica (curated by Suzanne Ghez)
MFA Thesis Exhibition, Wight Art Gallery, UCLA, Los Angeles


Curated Projects

2008
Jennifer Bornstein Selects from the Grunwald Collection, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles (cat.)


Awards

2011 – 2013
Artist in Residence, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin

2010 – 2011
DAAD Fellowship, Berlin, Germany

2008
Pollock-Krasner Foundation Award

2000
Elizabeth Foundation Studio Grant, New York

1999 – 2000
Marie Walshe Sharp Foundation Studio Grant, New York

1999
Delfina Trust, London, UK

1997
Rema Hort Mann Foundation Award, New York

1996
UCLA Art Council Award, Los Angeles

1995
Hortense Fishbaugh Scholarship, UCLA, Los Angeles

1993 – 1994
UCLA Regents Scholarship, Los Angeles

1992
Maybelle Tooms Award, UC Berkeley, Berkeley
UC Berkeley, Phi Beta Kappa, Berkeley


Published Writings and Artist Books

2013
Bornstein, Jennifer, New Waves, Artists book, 48 pages, with texts in English, Yiddish, and German. Published by Kunstverein Lüneberg, Germany.

2012
Bornstein, Jennifer, “Disappearing Act.” Getty Research Journal #4, Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, p.211-218 (ills.)

2011
Bornstein, Jennifer, “The Other Eye of Sam Wagstaff,” Frieze, March 2011, p.128 – 131.

2009
Bornstein, Jennifer, “Perception of Vision.” Frieze, October 2009, p.208-211 (ills.)
Bornstein, Jennifer, Evergreen, Artist’s book, 64 pages. Photographs by the artist with newspaper documents. Published by Blum and Poe, Los Angeles, Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York, and greengrassi, London, England.
Bornstein Jennifer, 8 page brochure with interview by Elisabeth Haitto Ahren, ills. Published by Fargfabriken, Stockholm for exhibition March 7, 2009- April 26, 2009.

2008
Bornstein, Jennifer, “Houseguest: Jennifer Bornstein Selects from the Grunwald Collection.” 6 page brochure with essay by the artist. Published by the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, for eponymous exhibition June 8-September 14, 2008.

2007
Bornstein, Jennifer. How to Ride the Bus. Artist’s book, 48 pages, photographs and text by the artist. Published by Four Corners Books, London, England

2005
Jennifer Bornstein: MOCA Focus. 64 pages, ills., Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, essay by Ann Goldstein.

1999
Bornstein, Jennifer, Documentation of Events That May Not Have Taken Place, Artist’s book, 48 pages, photographs and text by the artist. Published by Imschoot uitgevers, Gent, Belgium (edited by Kaatje Cusse)


Selected Bibliography

2012
Fischer, Berit. “The Potential of Imagination,” BE #19, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, p.26-27

2011
The Air We Breathe, catalog, edited by Apsara diQuinzo, SF MOMA

2010
How Many Billboards?, catalog, edited by Kimberly Meyer, MAK Center, Los Angeles

2009
O’Neil-Butler, Lauren, “Critic’s Picks: Jennifer Bornstein,” Artforum.com, April 14
Bornstein, Jennifer, “The Artists’ Artists,” Artforum, December, p.88

2008
Baker, Kenneth, “A Bunch of Amateurs,” The San Francisco Chronicle, May 25, p.E8
Vogel, Traci, “My Kid Could Make That,” SF Weekly, May 14-20, p.33
Amateurs, published by CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, p.30-33
Myers, Jullian, “Amateurs,frieze, September, p.78
Ybarra, Michael, “Queen for a Day at the Hammer,” LA Times, June 11, p.E4

2007
Jennifer Bornstein Selects from the Grunwald Collection, Hammer Museum (brochure from exhibition, June-September)
2nd Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, catalog, published by the Moscow Biennale, Russia, ills.
Baum, Rachel, “Jennifer Bornstein: Affinity Aesthetics,” Afterall #15, p.53-61, ills.
Steiner, Shep, “Jennifer Bornstein: Prohibitions…Props…Performatives: Surefire (and Other) Ways to Do Away with Property,” Afterall #15, p.63-70, ills.
Get Lost: Artists Map Downtown New York, published by the New Museum, edited by Massimiliano Gioni, p.9
Banai, Nuit, “Jennifer Bornstein, Gavin Brown's Enterprise,” Modern Painters, February, p.93, ill.
Kleinberg, Joanna, “Jennifer Bornstein, Gavin Brown's Enterprise,” frieze, March, p.197, ill.

2006
Uncertain States of America: American Art in the 3rd Millennium, catalog, published by the Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo, Norway, p.56, ill.
Campagnola, Sonia, “Focus on Los Angeles,” Flash Art, January/February, p.68
Leventis, Andreas, “Jennifer Bornstein,” Modern Painters, June, pp 117-118
Coggins, David, “Jennifer Bornstein,” Art in America, p.221, November
Smith, Roberta. “Jennifer Bornstein at Gavin Brown’s Enterprise,” New York Times, November 10, p.B36
Speers-Meers, Emily, “Jennifer Bornstein,” Artforum, October, p.280-281
“Artists' Picks: Best of 2006,” Artforum, December, p.76
Saltz, Jerry, “A Two-Headed Butterfly Flaps its Wings,” Village Voice, July 6, p.72
Schmerler, Sarah, “Two Friends and So On,” Time Out New York, July 20-26, p.65
Smith, Roberta, “Endgame Rules: Borrow, Sample, Multiply, Repeat,” New York Times, July 7, p.B23

2005
Higgs, Matthew, General Ideas: Rethinking Conceptual Art 1987-2005, Wattis Institute's Logan Galleries
Kushner, Rachel, “Talent Show,” C Magazine, November, p.115-117
Nunez-Fernandez, Lupe, “Etch a sketch,” ArtReview, November/December, p.26-27  
Hoffmann, Jens and Joan Jonas, Art Works (Perform Art Works)

2004
Obsession, Compulsion, Collection: On Objects, Display Culture, and Interpretation, edited by Anthony Kiendl, Banff Centre

2003
Thomson, Mungo, “Viva Baja,” Afterall #7, p.36-39

2002
Knight, Christopher, “Where Imagination Is the Special Effect,” Los Angeles Times, May 17, p.F26
Hainley, Bruce, “Jennifer Bornstein,” Artforum, Summer, p.187

2001
Knight, Christopher, “Art in L.A.,” Los Angeles Times, May 18, p.52

2000
Brittain, David, “D-Pict, Creative Camera,” December/January, p.16-17
Corris, Michael, “Face On,” Art Monthly, October, p.29-31
Hoffberg, Judith, “Documentation of Events That May Not Have Taken Place,” Umbrella Magazine, May, p.20
Hoffman, Jens, “Aperto Performance,” Flash Art, October, p.49-51

1999
Cohen, Sande, “Art From Los Angeles,” Artpress, May, p.57-59
Hainley, Bruce, “Legend of the Fall,” Artforum, March, p.56-63
Morrissey, Simon, Contemporary Visual Arts, May
Myers, Terry R, You Keep It Moving, But You're Standing Still, Standing Still & Walking in Los Angeles, catalog, p.8-9
Slyce, John, “Women Photographing Women,” Creative Camera #359, p.18-25

1998
Ayerza, Josephina, “To Resume Again….,” Lacanian Ink #13, p.10-11 (ills.)
Brittain, David, “Jennifer Bornstein,” Creative Camera, February/March, p.20 - 27 & cover
Durden, Mark, “Sightings: New Photographic Art,” Art Monthly, March, p.30-32
Halle, Howard, “Next Wave: Four Emerging Photographers,” On Paper, March/April, p.32-37
Herbert, Martin, “Jennifer Bornstein,” Time Out/London, February 16, p.47              
McKenna, Max, “NY Diary: Jennifer Bornstein,” The Art Newspaper, March, p.59
Morrissey, Simon, The End is the Beginning is the End, Sightings: New Photographic Art, catalog, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, United Kingdom
Morrissey, Simon, “Jennifer Bornstein,” Contemporary Visual Arts, Issue 18, p.79
Saltz, Jerry, “Jennifer Bornstein,” Time Out New York, March 5-12, p.45
Volk, Gregory, “Jennifer Bornstein,” Art in America, November, p.82

1997
Cotter, Holland, “The Name of the Place,” The New York Times, January 31, p.C28
Ferguson, Russell, “Project: Jennifer Bornstein,” Art/Text, May-July, p.46-51
Frankel, David, “The Name of the Place,” Artforum, May, p.104
Knight, Christopher, “Right Here, Right Now,” Los Angeles Times, May 18, p.4-5, 52
Ollier, Brigitte, “Flash: Photo A Cahors,” La Liberation, June 12, p.29-30
Rodney, Lee, “Vanessa Beecroft, Jennifer Bornstein, Martin Kersels, Gillian Wearing,” Eye Magazine, September-November, p.54
Schorr, Collier, “A Pose is a Pose is a Pose: Fashion and Art and Fashion,” Frieze, May, p.60-65              
Saltz, Jerry, “The Name of the Place,” Time Out New York, February 6, p.42
Cooper, Dennis, “On Tots and Toys,” Artforum, January

1996
Kandel, Susan, “LACE Annuale Rises Above Its History,” Los Angeles Times, October 17, p.F13


Public Collections
Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France
Frac des Pays de la Loire, Nantes, France
New School University, New York
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach
Grunwald Center, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles
Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

 



1975
Born, Maine
Lives and works in New York


Education

1999
BFA, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence


Solo Exhibitions

2013
"Lotus Beaters," Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
“Pigpen,” Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zürich, Switzerland

2012
“Pigpen,” Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zürich, Switzerland

2011
“Duckling Fantasy,” Almine Reich Gallery, Paris, France
“Mouth and Foot Painting,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
“Human Form,” CANADA, New York

2010
“Freeks,” Peres Projects, Berlin, Germany

2009
Fortescue Avenue/Jonathan Viner, London, UK
“Eat at Joe's,” Peres Projects, Berlin, Germany
“Like a Turkey Through Corn,” Peres Projects, Los Angeles

2008
“Schmagoo Paintings,” CANADA, New York

2007
“Knew Wurk,” Greener Pastures Contemporary Art, Toronto, Canada
Peres Projects, Los Angeles
Peres Projects, Berlin, Germany

2006
“Kurgan Waves,” CANADA, New York
PS 1 Contemporary Art, Long Island City

2003
“Project Room,” ConTEMPorary, New York

2002
“New Paintings,” Allston Skirt Gallery, Boston


Selected Group Exhibitions

2013
"Draw Gym," 247365 & KnowMoreGames, New York (organized by Briian Belott)
"An-Americana," co-organized by the American Academy in Rome and Depart Foundation, American Academy in Rome (curated by Vincenzo de Bellis)
"Summer Drawings," The Journal Gallery, New York
"Cinematic Visions: Painting at the Edge of Reality," Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK
"EXPO1: New York," MoMA PS1, Long Island City
"White Collar Crimes," Acquavella Galleries, New York (curated by Vito Schnabel)

2012
“Epiphany,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, Harlem, New York (with Dan Colen)
“Group Shoe,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York (curator)
“Portrait of a Generation,” The Hole, New York
“Painting Now,” Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zürich, Switzerland
"The Spirit Level," Gladstone Gallery, New York

2011
“Le Printemps de Septembre,” Toulouse, France (curated by Anne Pontengie)
“Sculptures, Objects,” Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zürich, Switzerland

2010
“Shape Language,” Niclole Klagsburn, New York
“In There, Out Here,” Leo Koenig Gallery, New York
“Chris Martin and Joe Bradley,” Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York
Insider/Outsider, Portugal Arte 10, Lisbon, Portugal

2009
“Abstract America,” Saatchi Gallery, London, UK
“New York Minute,” MACRO Foundation, Rome, Italy
“Huma Bhabha, Joe Bradley, Jason Fox, Baker Overstreet, Aurel Schmidt,” Paolo Curti
Gallery, Milan, Italy
“Joe Bradley, Mario Correa, Allison Miller, Alex Olsen,” Redling Fine Art, Los Angeles
“Forgotten in the Smile,” ENVOY, New York
“Minneapolis,” Peres Project, Los Angeles
“Whaddya Wanna Be a Flower?,” Alexander and Bonin, New York
“Slough,” David Nolan Gallery, New York
“ab-strac-tion-al,” Museum 52, New York
“The New Yorkers,” V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark
“Leaves of Ash,” Suzanne Tarasieve, Paris, France

2008
Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (curated by Henriette Huldisch and Shamim Momin)
"Constraction", Deitch Projects, New York
"ambivalent figuration; people", Samson Projects, Boston

2007
“Dangling Man,” Office Baroque Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium
“Cabinet of Curiosities,” Journal Gallery, Brooklyn
“Heralds of Creative Anachronism,” D'Amelio Terras, New York
“Beneath the Underdog,” Gagosian Gallery, New York
“Joe Bradley, Ann Craven, Dana Frankfort, Keith Mayerson,” Zach Feuer Gallery, New
York
“Silicone Valley,” PS1 Contemporary Art, Long Island City
“Crystal Crunch,” Perugi Artecontemporanea, Padua, Italy
“Joe Bradley and Sarah Braman,” Dicksmith Gallery, London, UK
“Beyond the Zero,” Peres Projects, Athens, Greece

2006
“Goose Steppin,” ATM Gallery, New York
“Under Pressure,” Art:Concept, Paris, France
“MANGOES,” Peres Projects, Los Angeles
“AXIS OF PRAXIS,” Midway Contemporary Art, Minneapolis
“(CANA)RICO?,” Galeria Comercial, San Juan, Puerto Rico
“Searching for Love & Fire,” David Castillo Gallery, Miami

2005
“New York’s Finest,” CANADA, New York

2004
“Under the Sun,” Greener Pastures Contemporary Art, Toronto, Canada

2003
“Joy to the Max,” ATM Gallery, New York
“No Platform, Just a Trampoline,” Marcus Ritter Gallery, New York
“Art Band,” Capitale, New York
“Gone Fishing,” Allston Skirt Gallery, Boston
“What's Growing in Your Garden,” ATM Gallery, New York

2002
“Friends and Family,” Lombard-Freid Fine Arts, New York

2000
“Here Comes Rhody,” Allston Skirt Gallery, Boston


Selected Bibliography

2013
Quagliata, Gail Victoria Braddock, "Joe Bradley: Lotus Beaters," The Brooklyn Rail, July
Bushman, M. "New York - Joe Bradley 'Lotus Beaters'...," ArtObserved, June
Halle, Howard, "Joe Bradley, 'Lotus Beaters'," Time Out, June
"26 Questions for Protean Painter Joe Bradley," Blouin ArtInfo, June
"White Collar Crimes," The New Yorker, March
"New York Artists Now," GalleristNY, February

2012
Johnson, Ken, Review, The New York Times, July 30
“HW Pick: Gavin Brown’s Group Show in Harlem,” harlem world, May 6
Yablonsky, Linda, "The Rondinone Spirit," T-Magazine, March 27
Russeth, Andrew, “Top Ten Gallery Shows: ‘The Spirit Level’,” The Observer Magazine, March 19

2011
Boucher, Brian, “Joe Bradley,” ArtReview, March
Bui, Phong, “In Coversation with Joe Bradley,” The Brooklyn Rail, February
Grauer, Phil, "Joe Bradley," The Journal, Entry No. 30
Wallin, Yasha, “Cave Painter: Joe Bradley,” Art in America.com, January 5

2010
Hartman, Darrell, “Portugal Looks Downtown,” Art in America, July
Latimer, Quinn, “Brightest in Show,” Art in America, June
Schambelan, Elizabeth, “Joe Bradley and Chris Martin,” ArtForum, September
Smith, Roberta, “Art in Review: Joe Bradley and Chris Martin,” The New York Times, March 12

2009
Berwick, Carly, “Color Forms,” ARTnews, January, p. 88-89
Blair, Dike, "A Conversation: Dike Blair and Joe Bradley,” BOMB Magazine, Summer, p. 80-87
Hromack, Sarah, “Art in America at the Armory,” Art in America, March
Pagel, David, “Joe Bradley at Peres Projects,” The Los Angeles Times, April 10
Rubinstein, Raphael, “Provisional Painting,” Art in America, May
Sharp, Chris, “The Idiots,” ArtReview, May
Stillman, Nick, “Joe Bradley, CANADA,” ArtForum, January, p. 213

2008
Cash, Stephanie and David Ebony, “Armory Show,” Art in America, May
Cotter, Holland, "Art's Economic Indicator," The New York Times, March 7
Cotter, Holland, "Lower East Side: Art Shoehorned Amid Charm," The New York Times, November 14
Gartenfeld, Alex, “Joe Bradley,” ArtForum, November 15
Lacayo, Richard, "The Simple Life," Time Magazine, March 24, p. 71
Murkus, David, “Hungover at Whitney,” The Brooklyn Rail, April
O’Neill-Butler, Lauren, “Subtraction,” ArtFourm, July
"Salon XXIV," The Journal, Entry No. 24, p. 76-109
Saltz, Jerry, "When Cool Turns Cold," New York Magazine, March 13
Schmerler, Sarah, "Off the Wall," The New York Post, March 8
Schuker, Lauren A. E., "The Fine Art of Less,” The Wall Street Journal, March
Sharp, Chris, “Joe Bradley,” Frieze Magazine, February
Smith, Roberta, "Smooth and Safe at Pier 94," The New York Times, March 28
Stern, Steven, “Whitney Biennial 2008,” Frieze Magazine, May 5

2007
Grayson, Kathy, "In Focus Joe Bradley," The Journal, Summer
“Joe Bradley, Ann Craven, Dana Frankfort, Keith Mayerson,” The New Yorker, August 20
Schmidt, Jason, "Art in Progress," V Magazine, February

2006
Lavrador, Judicaël, “Under Pressure,” Les Inrockuptibles, October 31
Maine, Stephen, "Down East," Art In America, May, p. 65
Jonhson, Ken, "Art in Review: Kurgan Waves," The New York Times, February 17

2005
Smith, Roberta, "Art in Review: New York's Finest," The New York Times, May 22

2004
Smith, Roberta, "Art in Review: Joy to the Max," The New York Times, January 9

2003
Heuer, Megan, "Eunice Kim and Joe Bradley, Joy to the Max," The Brooklyn Rail, February
Schwendener, Martha, "No Platform, Just a Trampoline," artforum.com, June 28


Publications

2010
“Joe Bradley & Chris Martin,” Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York
2009 
“Abstract America,” Rizzoli, New York
“New York Minute: Sixty Artists on the New York Scene,” O.H.W.O.W., New York

2008
 “Whitney Biennial 2008” (Whitney Biennial) Huldisch, Henriette and Shamim M. Momin Yale University Press, p. 106-107

2007
 “Joe Bradley: TUFF STUFF,” PictureBox, New York



1969
Born Hamburg, Germany
Lives and works in New York


Education

2005-07
MFA, Columbia University, New York


Solo Exhibitions


2012
“Maler, den Pinsel prüfend,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise
Mathew Gallery, Berlin, Germany
“Glow Rod Tanning with .../ COMCORRÖDER,” Gio Marconi Gallery, Milan, Italy (with DAS INSTITUT)

2011
“BLACKY Blocked Radiants Sunbathed,” Halle für Kunst Lüneburg, Lüeburg, Germany
“Vorahnung [United Brothers and Sisters],” Kunsthalle Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland
Deste Foundation, Athens, Greece
("Nichts, Nichts!"), Kölnischer Kunstverein, Cologne, Germany

2010
Centre d’art contemporain, Parc Saint Léger, Pougues les Eaux, France
“BroadwayBrätsch/Corporate Abstraction,” Statements Art Basel 41 / Balice Hertling, Basel, Switzerland
“THUS!,” New Jerseyy, Basel, Switzerland

2009
“BUYBRÄTSCHWÖRST,” Balice Hertling, Paris, France
“BUYBRÄTSCHWÖRSTGHOST,” Hermes und der Pfau, Stuttgart, Germany
“D.I.WHY_Successful Apologies,” Swiss Institute, New York
DAS INSTITUT, Sculpture Center, New York


Selected Group Exhibitions

2013
"Speculations on Anonymous Materials", Fridericianum, Kassel, Germany
“Wassup Painters?” Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles 
“Avant de rentrer, il faut incendier la maison,” Thomas Duncan, Los Angeles 
“Kaya III,” with Debo Ellers, 47 Canal, New York 
“Futur II,” IFA, Kunstverein Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany 
“2013 Young Art Prize,” German National Gallery, Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, Germany
“Gaylen Berber,” Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Chicago (intervention by DAS INSTITUT)
“EXPO1: New York,” PS1 Museum of Modern Art, Long Island City, New York
“Catch as Catch Can,” Locks Gallery, Philadelphia

2012
“Der Kunstpreis der Böttcherstraße in Bremen,” Kunsthalle Bremen, Bremen, Germany
“Soundworks,” Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, UK
Family Business, New York
“Painting Show,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

2011
“Number Five: Cities of Gold and Mirrors,” Julia Stoschek Collection, Dusseldorf, Germany
“ILLUMInations,” 54th Venice Biennial, Venice, Italy (curated by Bice Curiger)
Deste Foundation with DAS INSTITUT, Athens, Greece

2010
“Gwangju Biennale,” Korea (curated by Massimiliano Gioni)
“Greater New York,” PS1 / Moma, New York (curated by Klaus Biesenbach)
“Held Up By Columns,” Renwick Gallery, New York
“Vertically Integrated Manufacturing,” Murray Guy Gallery, New York (curated by Jacob King)
“Leopards In The Temple,” Sculpture Center, New York (curated by Fionn Meade)
“And So On, And So On,” Harris Lieberman Gallery, New York (curated by Matt Sheridan Smith)
“KAYA,” 179 Canal, New York
“The Inhabitants,” Vilma Gold, London, UK
“Behind the Curtain,” Gio Marconi Gallery, Milan, Italy
“The Pursuer,” The Greene Naftali Gallery, New York

2009

“Younger than Jesus,” New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York (curated by Laura Hoptman, Massmiliano Gioni, and Lauren Cornell)
“Solaris,” Gio Marconi, Milan, Italy (curated by Cecilia Alemani)
“Besides, With, Against, And Yet - Abstraction and the Ready-Made Gesture,” The Kitchen, New York (curated by Debra Singer)
“Modernmodern,” Chelsea Art Museum, New York (curated by Pati Hertling)
“Art Berlin Contemporary,” Akademie der Künste, Berlin, Germany
“No Bees, No Blueberries,” Harries Lieberman, New York (curated by Sarina Basta and Tyler Coburn)
“Bridges And Tunnels,” Hard Hat, Geneva, Switzerland (curated by Galerie New Jerseyy)
“Non Solo Show- Non Group Show,” Kunsthalle Zürich, Switzerland (curated by Beatrix Ruf)
“Tbilisi 6. Never on Sunday,” performance by DAS INSTITUT, Ei Arakawa and Tobias Madison, Tiflis, Georgia (curated by Daniel Baumann)
“Piggy Banks,” Samsa, Berlin, Germany, as DAS INSTITUT
“Max Hans Daniel Present,” Autocenter, Berlin, Germany

2008
“Papers scissors stone,” Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm, Sweden (curated by
Gyonata Bonvicini)
“Standard Sizes,” Andrew Kreps, New York (curated by Joao Ribas)
“When You See Me Again It Wont Be Me,” Smith Stewart Gallery, New York with Urania Fasoulidou, incl. Performance by Its Our Pleasure To Serve You (Kerstin Brätsch, Allison Katz, Adele Röder, Georgia Sagri)
“Would You Like Some Coffee?,” The Unfair Fair, Rome, Italy (as DAS INSTITUT and Its Our Pleasure To Serve You )
“Nichts Ist Aufregend, Nichts Ist Sexy, Nichts Ist Nicht Peinlich,” performance by Its Our Pleasure To Serve You, Museum für Moderne Kunst Vienna, Vienna, Italy (curated by Achim Hochdörfer und Tanja Widmann)
“UOVO Open Office,” Art Basel, Basel Art Fair
“YES,” AR Contemporary Gallery, Milan, Italy (curated by Tairone Bastien)
“New Images / Unisex New Images / Unisex,” Kevin Bruk Gallery, Miami (curated by Blake Rayne)
“Hidden Treasure – Objectives of artistic antecedent life,” General Public, Berlin, Germany
“Intimacy,” The Fireplace Project, East Hampton
“FACE FORWARD,” LeRoy Neiman Gallery, New York
“Kerstin Bratsch, Tue Greenfort, Jordan Wolfson,” Salon 94 Freemans, New York

2007
“Beyond the pale,” Moti Hasson Gallery, New York
“Eva’s Arche und der Feminist,” Passerby, New York
“Exposition n°1,” Balice Hertling, Paris, France
“Fractured in Aspect,” Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York
“Redgroup Show,” Miguel Abreu, New York

2005
“Februar Show,” Nice and Fit Gallery, Berlin, Germany
North Room (with DL Alvarez), Derek Eller Gallery, New York

2004
“bookies (artists books exhibition),” Gallery m29, Brückner und Richter,
Cologne, Germany
“Implosion,” Room 500, Munich, Germany
“Kastalia,” Project Space Holzmarktstrasse, Berlin, Germany


Selected Bibliography

2013
Cotter, Holland, "A Light Hand at an Art Fair," The New York Times, March
Miller, Michael H., "An Art Fair Booth in the Nude: Thomas Bayrle at Gavin Brown's Enterprise," GalleristNY, March
"New York Artists Now," GalleristNY, February

2012
Russeth, Andrew, “After Hours,” The New York Observer, October 1
Ruf, Beatrix, “Kerstin Brätsch Online,” L’officiel Art No. 2, June
Miller, Michael H., “Is That a Sausage at Your Art Fair, or Are You Just Happy to See Me?” GalleristNY, May 7
Hill, Wes, Review, Frieze, April
Cheh, Carol, “Review: Debo Eilers and Kerstin Brätsch, KAYA 2, Various Small
Fires, Venice March 24, 2012”, www.anotherrighteoustransfer.wordpress.com:
exploring performance in the LA Art Scene
Roeschmann, Dietrich, “Kerstin Brätsch & Adele Röder,” Artline, February 1
Briggs, Louisse, “Visit: Kerstin Brätsch and Adele Röder’s exhibition at Kunsthalle Zürich,” Kaleidoscope, Issue 13 Winter 2011/12

2011
Cattelan, Maurizio, "Kerstin Brätsch, Vendo Tutto," Flash Art, October
Fiduccia, Joanna and Ned Holte, Michael, “These Memories Can’t Wait,” Kaleidoscope, Winter 2010-11
Gioni, Massimiliano, “Notes on Abstraction,” Parkett, Issue 88, April 30
Herbert, Martin, "Now See This," Art Review, December
Latimer, Quinn, "Kerstin Brätsch and Adele Röder," Artforum
Meade, Fionn, “See Reverse For Care,” Parkett, Issue 88, April 30
Ruf, Beatrix, “Alluring Appearance, Complex Core,” Parkett, Issue 88, April 30
Stillpass, Zoe, "Kerstin Braetschh,” Frieze Magazine, January - February
Winking, Kerstin, “Who’s Kerstin Braetsch? At Koelnischer Kunstverein,” Metropolis, February 17
Morganthaler, Von Daniel, “750 Prozent Wertzuwachs,” SonntagsZeitung, November 6
Badische Zeitung online, November 9
Keller, Von Deborah, “Alles Kopie Oder Was?” ZüriTipp, November 10
Chardon, Elisabeth, “Kerstin Brätsch/Adele Röder,” Sortir.ch, November 17
Cavegn, Lucia Angela, “Zwischen Authentizität und Corporate Design,” Neue Zürcher Zeitung, November 19
“Familienführung,” Tagesanzeiger, November 19
“Kerstin Brätsch & Adele Röder,” artnews.org, November 21
“Gerne zu zweit,” NZZ am Sonntag, December 11
Roeschmann, Dietrich, “Aus dem Musterkatalog des Zeitgeist,” Artline Kunstportal online, December 15
“Kerstin Brätsch/Adele Röder – ‘Vorahnung (United Brothers and Sisters),”Monopol Agenda, November – December
Neue Zürcher Zeitung, December 22
ch-arts online, December 22

2010
Artforum.com, January (as DAS INSTITUT)
Baier, Simon, "Einsamkeit ist keine Kunst on NS / NG Show, Kunsthalle Zürich," Texte
Belden, Willow, "Leopards in the Temple melds the concrete and abstract," Queens Chronicle, January (incl DAS INSTITUT)
Buhr, Elke "Portrait Kerstin Brätsch," Monopol Magazine, January (incl DAS INSTITUT)
Chardon, Elisabeth "Drapeau fruite a Genever - Quartier des Bains," Le Temps, January (Incl DAS INSTITUT)
Troeller, Jordon, "Vertically Integrated Manufacturing Murray Guy Gallery,"
V-Magazine, July
HU Obrist, DU Magazine, June
Kaleidoscope Magazine, June
“La Victoire de L’optimisme: Prix du Quartier des Bain,” ESPACES Contemporains, March
Leclere, Mary, "The Question Of (E)quality : Art in the Age of Facebook," X-Tra Magazine, Spring, Vol.12, No. 3
Saatchi Online, "The Inhabitants, VilmaGold," March (as DAS INSTITUT)
Spike Magazine, June
Zur Kunst, (incl DAS INSTITUT)
Johnson, Ken, "Tamer Cats at Modern Art’s High Gates," New York Times, January 14 (Incl DAS INSTITUT)
Busta, Carly, "Besides, With, Against and Yet," May Magazine, April
Lewis, David, "Non Solo Non Group Show, Kunsthalle Zuerich," Artforum, April
DAS INSTITUT, “Top Ten,” Artforum, April
Smith, Nick, "Brooklyn-based arts journal presents a paper-thin exhibit: Trash and Treasure," Charleston City Paper, March 22
Hudson, Suzanne, "Besides, With, Against and Yet The Kitchen," Artforum, February
Critics Picks, "Debo Eilers/Kerstin Braetsch: Best in Mixed Media," Time Out NYC, January

2009
Carlin, TJ, "DAS INSTITUT DI WHY?," Artreview, December (as DAS INSTITUT)
Zeitung, December (incl DAS INSTITUT)
Lewis, David, "Bridges and Tunnels”, Artforum, December (as DAS INSTITUT)
Tagliafierro, Marco, "Solaris: Gio Marconi," Artforum, November
"100 Top Artists," Flash Art, October
Ewing, John, "No Bees No Blueberries. Harris Lieberman," ArtLies, Fall (as DAS INSTITUT
Kleinmann, Adam, "DI WHY,not? Swiss Institute," Texte Zur Kunst Online, November (as DAS INSTITUT)
Hafner, Hans Jürgen, "Der Tisch als Konzeptprothese. ABC Berlin", Artnet, September (incl DAS INSTITUT)
Moulene, Claire, "BUYBRÄTSCHWÖRST,” Artforum, September (incl DAS INSTITUT)
German Vogue, September
Waltemath, Joan, “Wiser than God," The Brooklyn Rail, July
Katz, Vincent, "New York: Summertime," Apollo Magazine, June
Micchelli, Thomas, "The Generational: Younger than Jesus,” The Brooklyn Rail, May
Fiduccia, Joanna, "Original Copies/Images In The Zero Dimension," Art On Paper, May
Bodin, Claudia, "Oh My God,” ART Magazine, April
Cotter, Holland, "Young Artists, Caught in the Act," New York Times, April 10
Finch, Charlie, "Jesus Responds," Artnet.com, April
Halle, Howard, "The Generational: Younger Than Jesus," Time Out New York, April 22
Laster, Paul, "New art from the Millennials, Generation Y, iGeneration, and Generation Me,” Flavorwire, April 23
Mugaas, Hanne, "The Painting Show Online," March (with Debo Eilers)
Vogel, Carol, "It’s Art of the Computer Generation (33 and Under, Please), New York Times, March 8
"Dictionary of Artists", Flash Art, March (incl DAS INSTITUT)
Marshall, Piper, "Brick Flac: A Conversation with Kerstin Braetsch," Art in America Online, February 27
Seibert, Arnd, "It's The Squid", Online Magazine by Arnd Seibert (with Sonja Gerdes)
Ulmer, Brigitte, "Speed Dating unter Künstlern,” Neue Züricher

2008
Carlin, T.J., "Standard Sizes,” Time Out NYC, July
Maine, Stephen, "Report From The Lower East Side,” Art in America, March

2007
Angles, Eric, Open Edition
Cotter, Holland, "Fractured In Aspect,” New York Times, August
Smith, Roberta, "Genesis, I’m Sorry,” New York Times, August
Kelsey, John, "Top Ten 2007,” Artforum, December
Saltz, Jerry, "Into the Fray,” The Village Voice, February


Publications

2010
“Art 41 Basel Catalogue,” Hatje Cantz Publishers, Ostfildern, Germany
“Frieze Art Fair Yearbook,” Thames & Hudson Publishers, London, UK
“NDP # 5,” North Drive Press, New York

2009
“Art Berlin Contemporary Catalogue,” Akademie der Künste, Berlin, Germany
“LMCC LentSpace Newspaper,” (as DAS INSTITUT), New York
“Modern Modern Catalogue,” Chelsea Art Museum, New York
“Younger than Jesus: Artist Directory,” New Museum and Phaidon Press, New York

2008
“Hidden Darts Reader,” MUMOK Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig, Vienna, Austria
“Paper Monument Volume 2,” New York
“Parkett Vol. 83,” Parkett, New York (Insert)
“UOVO Vol.18” (as DAS INSTITUT), The Bookmakers Ed., Torino, Italy

2005
“Kastalia Catalogue,” Jurriaan Benschop


Awards

2010
Prix de Quartier des Bain, Geneva, Switzerland, as DAS INSTITUT
Kunstzeitraum, Pinakothek der Moderne Munich, Germany, as DAS INSTITUT

2001-2009
Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes

2007-2008
Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes, Auslandsförderung

2007
Rema Hort Mann Foundation, New York
Gamblin Award, New York

2006
Agnis Martin Fellowship, New York
“Auslandsförderung,” Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes
Gamblin Award, New York

2005-2006
Fulbright, MFA Columbia University, New York

2004-2006
Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes, Förderprogram, Germany

2005
Helmut Thoma Preis für Malerei, Berlin, Germany

2004
Förderpreis für junge Kunst, Bremerhaven, Germany




1968

Born Wakefield, UK
Lives and works in London and Alicudi, Italy


Education


1986-90 Slade School of Fine Art, London, UK


Solo Exhibitions


2013
"Work No. 1020: Ballet", The Kitchen, New York
Hauser & Wirth, New York
Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
Galleria Lorcan O’Neill, Rome, Italy
'Work No. 570,'  Art Unlimited, Art Basel, Basel, Switzerland
'Artist Rooms Martin Creed,' Ferens Art Gallery, Hull, UK
'Scales,' The Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, Connecticut
'Work No. 1461,' Hauser & Wirth, New York (permanent exhibition)
'Work No. 1513,' THEMUSEUM, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
'Work No. 202,' National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Canada

2012
'Martin Creed Plays Chicago,' Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago 
‘Martin Creed,' Museo de Arte de Lima, Lima, Peru
‘All the Bells Work No. 1197,' London 2012 Festival, Cultural Olympiad, Public art performance, London, United Kingdom
‘Artists Rooms – Martin Creed,' Tate Liverpool, Wolfson Room, Liverpool, UK
Michael Lett Gallery, Aukland, New Zealand

2011

‘Funhouse,’ Western Bridge, Seattle
'Work No. 1059,' Scotsman Steps, Edinburgh, UK
Rennie Collection, Vancouver, Canada
MARCO Museo d’Arte Contemporaneo, Vigo, Spain
‘Paintings,’ Johnen Galerie, Berlin
Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas
'Mothers,' Hauser & Wirth, London, UK 

2010
'Numbers,' Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, Russia
Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, UK
Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York, NY
‘Work No. 409,’ Royal Festival Hall Elevator, London, UK
‘Things,’ The Common Guild, Glasgow, Scotland

2009
‘Work No. 975,’ Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, Scotland
‘Work No. 203,’ Tate Britain, London, UK
Artsonje Center, Seoul, Korea
Hauser & Wirth, Zurich, Switzerland

2008
Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, UK
Duveens Commission, ‘Work No. 850,’ Tate Britain, London, UK
Galleria Lorcan O’Neill, Rome, Italy
Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York

2007
Douglas Hyde Gallery, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
Galleria Alberto Peola, Turin, Italy
‘Lights Going On and Off,’ Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts, Boston
‘Feelings,’ CCS Bard / Hessel Museum, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
‘Small Things,’ 508 West 25th St, New York
Hauser & Wirth Coppermill, London, UK

2006
‘All of the bells in a city or town rung as quickly and as loudly as possible for three minutes,’ Viejo San Juan, Puerto Rico
Michael Lett Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
Wrong Gallery @ Tate Modern, Tate Modern, London, UK
‘Work No. 547,’ Johnen Galerie, Berlin, Germany
‘The Lights Off,’ Haubrokshows, private apartment, Berlin, Germany
‘Big Dogs,’ MC, Los Angeles
Fondazione Nicola Trussardi, Milan, Italy
Hauser & Wirth, Zurich, Switzerland

2005

Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
‘The lights going on and off,’ Comptoir du Nylon, Brussels, Belgium
Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield, UK
Van Abbe Museum, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, UK
‘Lachen,’ Saint Peter’s Church, Cologne, Germany
‘The Lights Off,’ ACCA, Melbourne, Australia
Galerie Rudiger, Munich, Germany

2004
‘Work No. 360,’ Johnen Galerie, Berlin, Germany
Hauser & Wirth, London, UK
‘TWG @ CCA,’ Centre for Contemporary Art, Kitakyushu, Japan
Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, Poland (cat.)
‘Work No. 330,’ Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Paris, France

2003
Kunsthalle Bern, Bern, Switzerland. Curated by Bernhard Fibicher
'Beaucoup de Bruit pour Rien,' (with Marylene Negro) Frac Languedoc–Roussillon, Montpellier . Curated by Emmanuel Lattreille
‘SMALL THINGS,’ Galerie Analix Forever, Geneva, Switzerland
‘Work No. 289: Everything is Going to be Alright,’ British School, Rome, Italy. Curated by Christiana Perrella

2002
The Wrong Gallery, New York
'A large piece of furniture partially obstructing a door,' Alberto Peola Arte Contemporanea, Turin, Italy

2001
‘The lights off,’ Galerie Johnen & Schöttle, Cologne, Germany
Work No. 265, Micromuseum for Contemporary Art, Palermo, Italy, curated by Paolo Falcone
Hamilton Art Gallery, Hamilton, Canada. (cat.)

2000
‘MARTIN CREEDWORKS,’ Camden Art Center, London, UK. Curated by Godfrey Worsdale. (cat.)
‘Work No. 252,’ Saint Peter's Church, Cologne, Germany
‘The Lights Going on and Off,’ Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York
‘Work No. 225,’ Times Square, New York (commissioned by Public Art Fund)
Work No. 232: the whole world + the work = the whole world, Tate Britain, London, UK (booklet)
‘MARTIN CREEDWORKS,’ Southampton City Art Gallery, UK (and toured to Leeds City Art Gallery, Leeds and Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool). Curated by Godfrey Worsdale. (cat.)

1999
Marc Foxx, Los Angeles
Art Metropole, Toronto, Canada
Galerie Praz-Delavallade, Paris, France
Cabinet Gallery, London, UK
‘Work No. 203,’ The Portico, London, UK  (curated by Ingrid Swenson)
‘Work No. 160,’ Space 1999, London, UK (curated by Matthew Higgs)
Alberto Peola Arte Contemporanea, Turin, Italy

1998

Galerie Analix B & L Polla, Geneva, Switzerland

1997
Galleria Paolo Vitolo, Milan, Italy
Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK
The British School at Rome, Rome, Italy

1995

Galerie Analix B & L Polla, Geneva, Switzerland (cat.)
Galleria Paolo Vitolo, Milan, Italy
Camden Arts Centre, London, UK
Javier Lopez Gallery, London, UK

1994
Cubitt Gallery, London, UK (Part 3 of Weekenders curated by Matthew Higgs)
Marc Jancou Gallery, London, UK

1993

‘Work No. 78,’ Starkmann Limited, London, UK


Group Exhibitions

2013
"Half the Air in a Given Space", The Public, West Bromwich, UK
"Work No. 1676:All The bells". As part of Nuit Blanche, Paris, France
University Art Gallery, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh
"Illuminations," Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles (curated by Matthew Higgs)
"Work No. 570," Art Unlimited, Art Basel, Basel, Switzerland
"Rhythm in it. On rhythm in contemporary art," Aargauer Kunsthaus, Aarau, Switzerland
"Blink," Lynch Tham, New York
"A House of Leaves," David Roberts Foundation, London, UK
"Ordinary/Extra/Ordinary," The Public, West Bromwich, UK
"Arthouse Select, Museum of St. Albans, Hertfordshire, UK
"Revealed: Government Art Collection," Ulster Museum, Belfast, UK
"Simon Starling Phantom Ride," Tate Britain Commission 2013, Tate Britain, London, UK
"Living Loss: The Experience of Illness in Art," Lewis Glucksman Gallery - University College Cork, Ireland
"Works on Paper by Sculptors from the collection of BNY Mellon," Tacoma Art Collection, Tacoma

2012
"Art Returns to Art," Museo del Polo, Florence, Italy
"Painting in Space," Lhuring Agustine, New York
"Utopraxia," The Art Foundation, Athens, Greece
"Steel Life," Michael Benevento, Los Angeles
"A Wall is a Surface," London Newcastle Project, London, UK
"Painting without painters," Centre d’art Contemporain, La Villa du Parc, Annemasse, France
"A House Full of Music: Strategies in Music and Art," Institut Mathildenhöhe, Darmstadt, "Germany
"B. Wurtz & Co." Curated by Matthew Higgs, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles


2011
Tate St. Ives, Porthmeor Beach, Cornwall, UK
“Mothers,” installation, 54th International Art Biennale Venice 2011, “ILLUMInations” curated by Bice Curiger, Giardini and Arsenale, Venice

2010

'Living with Art: Collecting Contemporary in Metro New York." Neuberger Museum, New York
'At Home/Not at Home', Hessel Museum of Art, New York
Heldelberger Kunstverein, Heldelberg, Germany
‘The Gathering,’ Londside Gallery, Yorkshire, UK
‘Silent Revolution,’ K21, Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Dusseldorf,
Germany
‘Party!,’ The New Art Gallery, Walsall, UK
‘Phil Collins presents Auto-Kino!,’ Temporare Kunsthalle, Berlin, Germany
2009 ‘Tonite,’ The Modern Institute, Glasgow, UK
‘Paper: Pressed, Stained, Slashed, Folded,’ Museum of Modern Art, New York
‘English Lounge,’ Tang Contemporary, Beijing, China

2008

‘Artist’s Choice: Vik Muniz, Rebus,’ Museum of Modern Art, New York
‘Spheres 2008,’ Galleria Continua, France
‘Standard Sizes,’ Andrew Kreps, NY, curated by Joao Ribas
‘History in the Making: A Retrospective of the Turner Prize,’ Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
‘So Ist Es Und Anders,’ Museum Abteiberg, Germany

2007

‘Delusive Orders,’ Muzeum Sztuki w Lodzi, Poland
‘The Turner Prize: A Retrospective,’ Tate Britain, London, UK
‘Insubstantial Pageant Faded,’ Western Bridge Gallery, Seattle
‘The Future of Futurism,’ Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Bergamo,
Italy
‘Words Fail Me,’ Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, curated by Matthew Higgs
‘Shallow,’ I-20 Gallery, New York, curated by Stefan Brüggemann
‘Ensemble,’ ICA Philadelphia, curated by Christian Marclay
‘Hot for Teacher,’ Nog Gallery, London, UK
‘Mouth Open Teeth Showing,’ Henry Art Gallery, Seattle
‘The Lath Picture Show,’ Friedrich Petzel, New York
‘Half Square, Half Crazy,’ La Villa Arson, Nice, France

2006

‘Galerie Patrick Seguin Invites Hauser & Wirth,’ Galerie Patrick Seguin, Paris, France
‘Strange I’ve Seen That Face Before,’ Museum Abteiberg, Mönchengladbach, Germany
‘Wrestle,’ Hessel Museum of Art, Bard Centre for Curatorial Studies, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York (cat.)
‘Out of Place,’ The New Art Gallery, Walsall, UK
‘Scape Biennal of Art in Public space,’ Christchurch, New Zealand
‘I: Act Two,’ Secession, Vienna, Austria
‘Word,’ Deborah Colton Gallery, Houston
‘Concrete Language,’ Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
‘How to Improve the World,’ Hayward Gallery, London, UK
‘Other Room, Other Voices,’ The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel
‘Into Me/ Out of Me,’ PS 1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City (cat.)
‘I: Act One,’ Futura, Prague, Czech Republic
‘Noth’ing,’ Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, Germany
‘Yes Bruce Nauman,’ Zwirner & Wirth, New York
‘Draw a Straight Line and Follow It,’ Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson
‘Good Vibrations,’ Papesse Centro Arte Contemporanea, Siena, Italy
‘Out of Time: A Contemporary View,’ Museum of Modern Art, New York
‘Of Mice and Men: 4th Berlin Biennial for Contemporary Art,’ Berlin, Germany
‘Haubrokworks: Sounds of Silence,’ Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne, Germany
‘Infinity, Etc.,’ Mercer Union, Toronto, Canada, curated by Dave Dyment
‘Surprise, Surprise,’ Institute of Contemporary Art, London, UK

2005

‘Experience de la Duree,’ Lyon Biennale, Lyon, France (cat.)
‘Drunk Vs. Stoned 2,’ Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
‘Big Bang: Destruction and Creation in 20th Century Art,’ Centre Pompidou, Paris, France

2004

‘Café in Mito,’ Contemporary Art Center: Art Tower Mito, Japan
‘Open,’ Arcadia University Art Gallery, Glenside, Pennsylvania
‘Genesis Sculpture,’ Domaine de Pommery, Reims, France. Curated by Stephanie Moisdon (cat.)
‘State of Play’, Serpentine Gallery, London, UK. Curated by Rochelle Steiner (cat.)

2003

‘Unplugged,’ Galleria Civica di Arte Contemporanea, Trento, Italy
‘Work No. 300,’ ‘Inaugural Exhibition’, Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
‘Adorno,’ Kunstverein, Frankfurt, Germany
‘Skulptur 03,’ Galerie Thaddeous Ropac, Salzburg, Germany
‘Soundsystem,’ Kunstverein Salzburg, Salzburg, Germany. Curated by Edek Bartz.
‘Shine,’ Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands (cat.)
‘20th Anniversary- Welcome Home,’ Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York

2002

‘Strike,’ Wolverhampton Art Gallery, London, UK (cat.)
‘ON/OFF,’ VistaMare associazione culturale, Pescara, Italy (brochure)
‘My Head is on Fire but my Heart is Full of Love,’ Charlottenborg, Germany
‘Udstillingbygning,’ Copenhagen, Denmark (cat.)
‘To Actuality,’ ARGE Museum, Bolzano, Italy (cat.)
‘Rock My World,’ CCAC, San Francisco, Curated by Ralph Rugoff (cat.)
‘Tempo,’ Museum of Modern Art, New York (cat.)

2001

Turner Prize 2001, (with Richard Billigham, Isaac Julien and Mike Nelson) Tate
Britain, London, UK
‘Space-Jack,’ Yokohama Museum of Art, Art Gallery, Yokohama, Japan (cat.)
‘Works on Paper from Acconci to Zittel,’ Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK
‘Hotel Sub Rosa,’ Cabinet, London, UK
‘A Piece if Paper Crumpled into a Ball,’ Blanche, Paris, France
Martin Creed, Anri Sala, Galerie Rudiger Schottle, Munich, Germany

2000

British Art Show 2000, National touring Exhibition organized by the Hayward Gallery for the Arts Council of England, UK (cat.)
‘Don’t Worry,’ Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London, UK. Curated by Tamsin Dillon (cat.)
‘Arte All’Arte,’ San Gimignano, Italy. Organized by Art Continua (cat.)

1999

Limit Less, Aktuelle Britische Kunst, Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna, Austria. Curated by Matthew Higgs
‘54x54x54,’ Museum of Contemporary Art, London, UK
‘Porcupines/Arthinking,’ 291 Gallery, London, UK. Curated by Graham Higgins
‘Searchlight: Conciousness at the Millennium’, CCAC Institute, Oakland/San Francisco, Curated by Lawrence Rinder (cat.)
‘Getting the Corners’, Or Gallery, Vancouver, Canada. Curated by Matthew Higgs
‘Nerve,’ ICA, London, UK. Curated by Nerve Systems
‘Serendipity,’ Watou, Belgium. Curated by Giacinto di Pietrantonio

1998

‘Ainsi de suite 3 (deuxieme partie),’ Centre regional d'art contemporain, Sete, France. Curated by Sabine Schaschl
‘Lovecraft,’ Spacex Gallery Exeter, UK. Curated by Martin McGeown & Toby Webster
‘Not Today,’ Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York
‘Imitating Christmas,’ Wiensowski & Harbord, Berlin, Germany. Curated by Jens Hoffmann
‘Everyday, 11th Biennale of Sydney,’ Sydney, Australia. Curated by Jonathan Watkins (cat.)
‘Proper: Blind Date 1,’ Titanik, Turku, Finland. Curated by Paula Toppila (cat.)
‘Speed,’ Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, UK. Curated by Jeremy Millar (cat.)
‘Crossings,’ Kunsthalle, Vienna, Austria. Curated by Cathrin Pichler
‘Camouflage 2000,’ Galerie Praz-Delavallade, Paris, France. Curated by Robert Garnett
‘Lovecraft,’ South London Gallery, London, UK. Curated by Martin McGeown and Toby Webster
‘Sunday,’ Cabinet Gallery, London, UK. Curated by Matthew Higgs
‘Not Nothing,’ Todd Gallery, London, UK
Delfina, London, UK. Curated by Matthew Higgs
‘An Idea of Art / Art and Life,’ Galleria Paolo Vitolo, Milan, Italy

1997

‘Dimensions Variable,’ Helsinki and Stockholm (cat.)
‘Laure Genillard - Une selection et une collection,’ Galerie de l'Ancien College, Chatellerault, France
‘Lovecraft,’ CCA, Glasgow, UK. Curated by Martin McGeown and Toby Webster
‘Cairn Gallery’, Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, UK   
‘Thoughts, City Racing,’ London, UK. Curated by Carolina Grau
‘Superstore de Luxe No.1, Up & Co.,’ New York, Curated by Sarah Staton
‘Imprint 93 (and other related ephemera),’ Norwich Gallery, Norwich, UK. Curated by Matthew Higgs
‘Answer 'Affirmative' or 'Negative’,’ Art Metropole, Toronto, Canada
Galerie Mot & van den Boogaard, Brussels, Belgium. Curated by Macha Roesnick
‘Snowflakes Falling on the International Dateline,’ CASCO, Utrecht, The Netherlands. Curated by David Lillington

1996

‘Life / Live, Musee d'Art Moderne,’ Paris, France. Curated by Laurence Bosse and Hans Ulrich Obrist (cat.)
‘The Speed of Light, The Speed of Sound,’ Design Institute, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Curated by Jeremy Millar
‘Against,’ Anthony d'Offay Gallery, London, UK
‘Ace!’, Arts Council Collection, Hayward Gallery, London, UK (plus toured) (cat.)
‘A Century of Sculptors' Drawings,’ Karsten Schubert, London, UK
East International’, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich, UK
‘Trace 1995-96,’ Galleria Paolo Vitolo, Milan, Italy
‘Some Drawings From London,’ The Rooms, London, UK. Curated Kate Bernard
‘A4 Favours,’ Three Month Gallery, Liverpool, UK. Curated by Padraig Timoney
‘Banana Republic,’ Bund, London, UK. "Room" curated by Matthew Higgs
‘Try,’ Royal College of Art, London, UK
‘Kiss This,’ Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea, UK
‘Well Morgan,’ Eisfabrik, Hannover, Germany. Curated by Stefan Kalmar

1996

‘Affinata,’ Castello di Rivara, Turin, Italy. Curated by Carolin Lindig

1995

‘Snow Job,’ Forde, Geneva, Switzerland. Curated Lionel Bovier
‘My Darling Ciccolina ...,’ last order(s), London, UK
‘Just Do It,’ Cubitt Gallery, London, UK
Laure Genillard Gallery, London, UK  
‘Imprint 93 / City Racing,’ City Racing, London, UK. Curated by Matthew Higgs
‘Zombie’ Golf, Bank, London, UK
‘Unpop,’ Anthony Wilkinson Fine Art, London, UK. Curated by Bob & Roberta Smith
‘Multiple Choice,’ Jibby Beane, London, UK
‘The Fall of Man,’ Three Rooms and a Kitchen, Pori, Finland
‘In Search of the Miraculous,’ Starkmann Ltd., London, UK
‘Fuori Fase,’ Viafarini, Milan, Italy. Curated by Angela Vettese (cat.)

1994

‘Art Unlimited: Multiples ... from the Arts Council Collection,’ CCA, Glasgow, UK (and touring)
‘Todd Gallery,’ London, UK
‘Conceptual Living,’ Rhizome, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Curated by Martha Roesnick
‘Potato,’ IAS, London, UK. Curated by Gary Thomas, Steven McIntyre & Alison Jacques
‘Sarah Staton's Supastore Boutique,’ Laure Genillard Gallery, London, UK
‘The Little House on the Prairie,’ Marc Jancou Gallery, London, UK
‘Modern Art,’ Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, UK
‘Imprint 93/Cabinet Gallery,’ Cabinet Gallery, London, UK. Curated by Matthew Higgs
‘Domestic Violence,’ Gio' Marconi, Milan, Italy. Curated by Alison Jacques (cat.)

1993

‘Wonderful Life,’ Lisson Gallery, London, UK

1992

‘Inside a Microcosm,’ Laure Genillard Gallery, London, UK. Curated by Gareth Jones
‘Outta Here,’ Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, UK. Curated by Douglas Gordon
Angel Row Gallery Touring Show, Nottingham, UK. Curated by Mark Dey

1989

‘The Black Bull,’ London, UK. Curated by Tess Jaray


Music Performances (with owada)

2012
“Work No. 1020,” MCA Chicago

2011
Western Bridge Seattle, Washington,
The Cultch, Vancouver, Canada

2009

Sadler’s Wells, London’s Dance House, London, UK

2007

Abrons Art Center at Henry Street Settlement, New York

2005

Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, Middlesbrough, UK
Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York

2004

Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France

2002

CCAC, San Francisco
The Scala, London, UK
Passerby Stop, New York
Art Metropole, Toronto, Canada
London Guildhall University, London, UK
ICA, London, UK

2000

Acoustic set, Passer-by, New York
Centre régional d'art contemporain, Sète, France. Curated by Sabine Schaschl
Lux Gallery, London, UK

1999

Club Beige & Sneakers, BüroFriedrich, Berlin, Germany

1998

College of Fine Arts, Sydney, Australia
Roslyn Oxley Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia (part of every day, 11th Biennale of Sydney, Australia)
Dimensions Variable, Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz, Germany. Organized by The British Council

1997

Club 414, Brixton, London, UK. Organized by Cabinet Gallerty, London, UK
The Red Eye, London, UK
Waves In / Praticels Out, CCA Glasgow, UK. Organized by Toby Webster
The Police Station, Bethnal Green, London, UK
ICA, London, UK
Bring Your Own Walkman, W 139, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Organized by Jack Jaeger
Liste 97, Basel, Switzerland. Organized by Cabinet Gallery, London, UK
Museum of Installation, London, UK
Warwick Arts Center, Warwickshire, UK
Visitor, Stoke-on-Trent, UK
Night & Day, Manchester, UK
Big Mama's, Rome, Italy
British School at Rome, Rome, Italy
Snowflakes Falling on the International Dateline, CASCO, Utrecht, The Netherlands. Organized by David Lillington)

1996

Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York, 
Chelsea School of Art, London, UK
East International, Norwich, UK
Kunstlerpop 2, Manchester, UK
St John's Tavern, London, UK
Cubitt Gallery, London, UK

1995

Jibby's Christmas Party, Hanover Grand, London, UK
Kunstlerpop, Manchester, UK
Smithy's Wine Bar, London, UK
Camden Arts Center, London, UK
The Monarch, London, UK

1994

Ding Dong Twist Club, London, UK


Recordings


2012
Youʼre the One For Me, Moshi Moshi Records

1999
I Can't Move, Martin Creed
CD, 7 songs, published by Art Metropole, Toronto, Canada, ARTMET - CD#003
EVERYTHING IS GOING TO BE ALRIGHT, Martin Creed
CD, 3 songs (Work Nos. 207, 208, 209), duration 11:18, commissioned by The Pier
Trust, cat. PIER 01, produced in an edition of 2000

1997

nothing, owada
CD, 23 songs, duration 36:24, released on piano, London, cat. no. piano 508
Bring Your Own Walkman, Various Artists
CD, compilation album from the exhibition Bring Your Own Walkman, W 139, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

1995

Work No. 117, Martin Creed
music cassette, duration 1 min. each side, text on inner sleeve by John O'Reilly, published by Paolo Vitolo, Milan


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Dorment, Richard, “Dullness and Decadence,” The Daily Telegraph, November 7, p. 18
Alberge, Dalya, The Times, November 7, p. 4M
Cumming, Laura, What, no Elephant Dung?, The Observer, November 11, p. 10
Kent, Sarah, A Funny Turner, Time Out London, November 14
McEwen, John, Grave Time for Turner, Telegraph, November 11, p. 6
Alberege, Dalya, Turner Judges see the Lights, The Times, December 10, p. 3
Jury, Louise, The Independent, December 10, p. 3
Vogel, Carol, “A Prize for Lights,” The New York Times, December 14, Arts Section, p. E36
Review Tokyo, “Spacejack!,” Flash Art, October, p. 57
Bush, Kate, “London Field,” Art Forum, September, p. 85

2000

Searle, Adrian. “Is this what they call pop art?” The Guardian, January 18.
Jones, Jonathan, “Let there be Light,” The Observer
Coles, Alex, Review, Art in America, November
MacMillan, Ian, “I’m Saying Nothing,” Modern Painters, pp. 42-44
Lewisohn, Cedar, “Art & Rock Stars,” Flash Art, March-April, pp. 78-81

1999

Cotter, Holland, “Surging into Chelsea,” The New York Times, Friday, January 21
McFarland, Dale, “On Martin Creed,” Frieze 1999, pp. 66-69
Buck, Louisa, “A Message to our readers and London calling,” The Art Newspaper, no. 98, December
Meenaghan, Tony, “Q: Is this a screwed up piece of paper or the star of a new art exhibition? A: BOTH,” The Mirror, November 12th
Page, Cara, “This Crumpled Sheet of A4 is a Piece of Art,” Daily Record, November 12th
Mark, Lisa Gabrielle, “Fresh Heir,” C International Contemporary Art, Issue 63, September
Beech, Dave, “Martin Creed,” Art Monthly, Issue 226, May
Lillington, David, “Martin Creed,” Metropolis M, April
Higgs, Matthew, “Martin Creed: 20 Questions,” Untitled, Issue 18, Spring
Jones, Jonathan, “What so Minimal about 15,000 Balloons?,” The Observer, March 14th
McLver, Brian, “Meet the Modern Artist Who Admits his Work is Rubbish,” Saturday Times, Glasgow, March 6th

1998

Buck, Louisa, “UK Artists Q&A,” The Art Newspaper, Issue 86, November
Stephens, Craig, “Live scene: Owada,” Revolver, Sydney, September 28h
H-O, Paul and Pigott, “Hadrian, Go into a Sshop and Ask for Nothing,” Very, Issue 2
Green, David, “Minimal Interventions,” Contemporary Visual Arts, Issue 17
Wilson, Andrew, “Band Art,” Art Monthly, London, Issue 210, October
Archer, Michael, “The Object of Art,” Art Monthly, Issue 208, July-August
Kyriacou, Sotiris, “Propositions,” Art Monthly, Issue 208, July-August
Freedman, Carl, Generation W(eird), The Guardian, May 27th
Joliffe, Kira, “The Idler Presents: Owada,” The Idler, Issue 18, Spring
Coles, Alex, “Martin Creed No Entry,” Art + Text, no. 56, February-April
Van den Boogaard, Oscar, “Zonder TItel 1 T/M 4,” Metropolis M, No. 1, February

1996

Williams, Gilda, “Martin Creed Tabula Rasa,” Art Monthly, London, Issue 195, April
Piccoli, Cloe, “Martin Creed,” Flash Art, December-January, p. 110

1995

Kent, Sarah, “Sound & Vision,” Time Out, London, August 30th
The Ruby Kelly Column, Art Review, Vol. 47, June
Lederman, Erika, “Unlimited Works at Starkmann Limited,” Art Monthly, Issue 185, April
OReilly, John, “Art for Bart’s Sake,” The Modern Review, Vol. 1, Issue 16, August - September

1994

Searle, Adrian, “Martin Creed & Sam Samore,” Time Out, London, July 21

1992

Collings, Matthew, “Matthiew Colling on Some Kind of Sculpture Show at Laure Genillard,” City Limits, January


Publications


2006
Pierini, Marco, “Good Vibrations,” published by Giunti Editore, Florence, Milan
“Nothing” published by Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, Frankfurt, a.M., and Hatje Cantz, Ostfildern, edited by Martina Weinhart and Max Hollein

2004

‘State of Play, ‘ published by the Serpentine Gallery, London, edited by Rochelle Steiner
Genesis Sculpture, published by Beaux Arts Magazine, Hors Serie, edited by Stephanie Moisdon

2003

Shine: Wishful Fantasies and Visions of the Future in Contemporary Art, published by Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen / Nai Uitgevers, Rotterdam

2002

Sans, Jerome, “On Stage,” The Curator’s Egg, No. 3
Art Now, published by Taschen, edited by Uta Grosenick and Burkhard Riemschneider, text by Nina Montmann, Koln
Tempo, published by the Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
My Head is on Fire but my Heart is Full of Love, published by Charlottenborg Udstillingsbygning, Denmark
Rock My World, published by CCAC Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San
Francisco

2001

Arte All’Arte ’00. edited by Art Continua, published by Gli Ori, Italy
Space-Jack, published by Yokohama Museum of Art, Art Gallery, Yokohama, Japan

2000

Martin Creed Works, published by Southampton City Art Gallery, Scotland

1999

Searchlight: Consciousness at the Millenium, edited by Lawrence Rinder. Published by Thames & Hudson, London
This is Modern Art by Matthiew Collings. Published by Weide Feld & Nicolson, London
Contemporary Sculpture in Scotland by Andrew Patrizio. Published by Craftsman House
Serendipiteit by Giacinto di Pietrantonio and Gwy Mandelinck. Published by Watou Poeziezomer


AWARD

2001
Turner Prize, London



Born 1961, Meridianville, Alabama
Lives and works in New York


Education

1980
The Cooper Union School of Art, New York
1978
Art Student's League of New York



Solo Exhibitions

2013
Galleria Il Capricorno, Venice, Italy
Victoria Miro, London, UK 

2011
Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zürich, Switzerland

2009
Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York

2008
“The Paradise,” Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, Ireland

2007
“Paintings,” Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zürich, Switzerland

2006
Le Consortium, Dijon, France
“Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK

2005
Camden Art Center, London, UK (cat.)

2004 “The Days of the Week and other paintings,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, Ireland (cat.)

2003 ‘Wheel of Fortune’ Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK
“Aerialists,” Galerie Hauser & Wirth & Presenhuber, Zürich, Switzerland

2002
Kunsthalle Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland (cat.)

2001
Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York

2000
Monica de Cardenas, Milan, Italy

1999
Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York

1997
Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York

1995
Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York

1989
Viafora Gallery, New York

1985
The Portrait Studio, New York


Selected Group Exhibitions 

2012
“Painting Now,” Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zürich, Switzerland

2011
“Our Magic Hour,” Yokohama Triennale, Yokohama, Japan

2010
“In The Company of Alice,” Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK
"At Home/Not at Home," Hessel Museum of Art, New York
“2010: Whitney Biennial,” Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (curated by Francesco Bonami and Gary Carrion-Murayari)

2009
“We are sun-kissed and snow-blind,” Galerie Patrick Seguin, Paris with Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Paris, France
“Cave Painting: Installment #1,” Gresham’s Ghost, New York (curated by Bob Nickas and Ajay Kurian)
“Hello, Mrs. MacGruder,” Benson Keyes Arts, Southampton (curated by Michele Maccarone)
“Cave Painting,” PSM Gallery, Berlin, Germany (curated by Bob Nickas)

2008
“Future Tense: Reshaping the Landscape,” Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, NY
Gallery Hyundai/doART, Seoul, Korea
Gallery Hyundai/doART, Beijing, China
ESTRATOS Art Festival, Murcia, Spain

2007
‘The Third Mind,’ Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France (curated by Ugo Rondinone) (cat.)
“Painting as Fact – Fact as Fiction,” de Pury & Luxembourg, Zürich, Switzerland (curated by Bob Nickas) (cat.)

2006
“Panic Room,” Deste Foundation, Athens, Greece

2005
“Down by Law,” Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
“Translation,” Palais de Tokyo, Paris Lyon Biennale, Lyon, France (cat.)
“Interested Painting,” Gallery 400, University of Illinois, Chicago

2004
“Huts,” Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, Ireland

2003
“Game Over,” Grimm Rosenfeld, Munich, Germany
“Utopia Station,” Venice Biennial, Venice, Italy (cat.)
“Breathing Under Water,” Hauser & Wirth & Presenhuber Galerie, Zürich, Switzerland
“Dirty Pictures,” The Approach, London, UK
“20th Anniversary- Welcome home,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York

2002
“Five Years,” Jousse Entreprise, Paris, France
“From the Observatory,” Paula Cooper Gallery, New York (curated by Bob Nickas) (cat.)
“Urgent Painting,” Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris, France (cat.)

2001
“Best of the Season,” The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield
‘Works on Paper from Acconci to Zittel’, Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK
“Extended Painting,” Monica de Cardenas, Milan, Italy
Invisible Museum, Memphis
Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK
“How is Everything? Everything’s going to be…Alright,” Elizabeth Cherry Fine Arts, Tucson (curated by Bob Nickas)

2000
“Ghosts,” Invisible Museum, Memphis
“Cosmobiology,” Bellweather, Brooklyn
“There is no Spirit in Painting,” Le Consortium, Dijon, France
“Collected (in Mind),” Sandra Gering Gallery, New York (curated by Bob Nickas)

1999
“Another Country,” Lawrence Rubin Greenberg Van Doren Fine Art, New York
“Titles for Drawings,” AC Project Room, New York

1998
“Pets,” Bronwyn Keenan Gallery, New York

1997
“Landscape USA,” Bronwyn Keenan Gallery, New York

1996
Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York

1996
AC Project Room, New York

1993
‘Little Things” Fesek (Municipal Art Gallery of the Artists’ Union of Budapest), Budapest, Hungary
Art in General, New York
Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago
Delta Axis Center, Memphis

1990
Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, New York

1987
Ridge Street Gallery, New York

1986
Ridge Street Gallery, New York

1985
The Portrait Studio, New York

1984
Sharpe Gallery, New York
King Street Gallery, New York

1983
Olson Gallery, New York

1982
Olson Gallery, New York

1981
The Mint Museum, Charlotte
High Museum of Art, Atlanta
Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia
Greenville Art Museum, Greenville




Bibliography

2013
"Verne Dawson and Genesis BREYER P-ORRIDGE," Bomb, Spring 2013
"Verne Dawson comes to Victoria Miro this month," Phaidon, March

2011
“Procession of the Equinoxes Paintings 1994-2010,” les presses du reel

2009
Johnson, Ken, Review, New York Times, June 12
Halle, Howard, Review, Time Out New York, June 11

2006
Williams, Eliza, Review, Flash Art, May–June, p. 128
Adams, Brooks, “Report from Lyon: Time After Time,” Art in America, February, pp. 56-63

2005
“Translation: A commemorative publication by M/M (Paris) celebrating the exhibition
‘Translation’ published by The Deste Foundation, Athens
“News and Around: Biennale de Lyon”, Tema Celeste, July-August, p. 96
Herbert, Martin, “Round and round again,” Time Out, London, May 25 – June 1, p. 66 Hutchinson, John, and Tal R, “Huts” published by The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin
Vincent, Steven, Review, Art in America, April 2005, pp.142-43

2004
Nickas, Bob, “People Take Pictures of Each Other,” Influence, Issue 2, pp. 90-109 Westcott, James. Review, Art Review, Dec/Jan Vol. LIV, p.105
Dawson, Verne, “432, “ published by The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
Dunne, Aidan, ‘Scene Stealing?”, The Irish Times, April Ford, Felecity, Review, CIRCA Art Magazine March/May
Iremonger, Anne, Review, The Dubliner May
McKeith, Eimear, “Everyday Art,” The Event Guide March/April
White, Barry, “A round of golf on the moon- The Art of Verne Dawson,’’ Trinity News, April 13
Reust, Hans Rudolf, Review, Artforum, May, p. 221
Hase, Bettina von, “A Monument to passion”, ArtReview, Volume 2 Number 6 p. 90-93

2003 Denny, Ned, “Infinitely Fabulous,” New Statesman, March 10
Hubbard, Sue, Review, The Independent, February 25
Guner, Fishun, Review, Metro London, February 19
Nickas, Bob ‘From the Observatory’, published by Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, 2003 Campbell-Johnson, Rachel, “Best London Exhibitions,” The Times, February 15
Finel Honigman, Ana, Review, Time Out London, March 19.
Ratcliff, Carter, “Prehistory Man,” Tate, January/February, pp.34-41

2002
Ruf, Beatrix, “Verne Dawson, Heaven and Earth: Twenty-One Paintings,” published by Kunsthalle Zürich, 2002
Obrist, Hans-Ulrich, Vitamin P, Phaidon Press, London, pp. 76-79
Obrist, Hans-Ulrich, Laurence Bossé, et. Al.,“Urgent Painting.” published by Paris-Musées: Paris, 2002
Cattelan, Maurizio, “Interstellar Overdrive,” Flash Art, October, pp. 62-65 Harper’s, September, p. 26 (Ill.)
LaBelle, Charles, “Celestial Bodies,” Frieze, June/July/August, pp. 98-101
Montague, Jemima, ‘Urgent Painting,’ Frieze. April 2002, pp. 88-89

2001
Nickas, Bob, ‘Eternal Returns’, Artforum, November, pp. 132-135
Saltz, Jerry, ‘Primordial Seasonings’, Village Voice, June 19, p. 61 Paper, Review, June, p. 104 The New Yorker, Review, June 4
Smith, Roberta, New York Times, Review, June 1
Yablonsky, Linda, Time Out New York, Review, May 31- June 7
Nickas, Bob, Dutch, January-February

2000
Flash Art, November-December
Johnson, Ken, The New York Times, Review, March 24
Smith, Roberta, The New York Times, Review, February 18

1999
Jones, Ronald, frieze, Review, issue #46, May
Johnson, Ken, The New York Times, Review, January 8
Halle, Howard, Time Out New York, Review, January 14-21

1990
Ash, John, Art in America, March (Color illustration, Bachelor), p. 207

1989
Smith, Roberta, The New York Times, Oct 20, p. c28
Flash Art, Supplement, May-June, p. 3

1983
Moufarrage, Nicolas, Flash Art, March, p. 32




1965
Born in London, UK
Lives and works in London, UK


Education

1985-1988
Courtauld Institute of Art, London, UK

1991-1992
Sussex University


Selected Solo Exhibitions

Forthcoming

"Jeremy Deller: English Magic," William Morris Gallery, London, UK 

2013
"Directions: Jeremy Deller: English Magic", Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington 
British Pavilion, 55th Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy
"English Magic", Mumbai Art Room, Mumbai, India

2012
Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
Art concept, Paris, France
“Joy in People,” Hayward Gallery, London, UK, moving to Weils, Brussels, The ICA, Philadelphia and the Contemporary Art Museum, St. Louis (2013)

2011
Upstairs at the Modern Institute, Glasgow, UK
“Jeremy Deller: Manchester Tracks,” RISD Museum, Providence (Spalter New Media Gallery)
Bradford 1 Gallery, Bradford, UK (Ways of Looking Festival)

2010
Baghdad, 5 March 2007: A New Display with Jeremy Deller', Imperial War Museum, London, UK
Jeremy Deller: Local Artist, Void, Derry, Ireland

2009
Jeremy Deller British Council Collection: My Yard, Gallery 7, Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK (curated with Alan Kane)
Three M Project, New Commissions: “It Is What It Is: Conversations About Iraq,” New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, touring: Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

2008
D’une revolution à l’autre: Carte Blanche à Jeremy Deller, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France
Marlon Brando, Pocahontas, and Me, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen

2006
The Art Gallery at York University, Toronto, Canada
Edited Rushes 1998-2001 With Extras, Modern Institute, Glasgow, UK
Mercer Union, Toronto, Canada
de la Warr Pavilion, Bexhill on Sea, UK
Folk Archive, The New Art Gallery, Walsall, UK
Villa Arson, Nice, France
Down By Law, The Wrong Gallery, Whitney Museum, New York

2005
BAWAG Foundation, Vienna, Austria (screening of “Battle of Orgreave”) Kunsthalle, Basel, Switzerland
Kunstverein, Munich, Germany
Folk Archive: Contemporary Popular Art from the UK; Barbican Art Gallery, London, UK (curated by Jeremy Deller and Alan Kane), touring: Milton Keynes Gallery, Spacex Gallery, Exeter, UK; New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall, UK

2004
This is Us, Music from Appenzell, Neue Kunst Halle St. Gallen, Germany
The Uses of Literacy, Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York

2003
New Works: 03.3, Art Pace, San Antonio
Memory Bucket, Art Pace, San Antonio
This is Us, a CD produced in association with the Center for Curatorial Studies, Red Hook

2002
I Love Melancholy, Low Gallery, Los Angeles
After the Goldrush, a guidebook and treasure hunt around California. Commissioned by the Wattis Institute, San Francisco
Art : Concept, Paris, France

2001
The Battle of Orgreave, with Mike Figgis, Orgreave, South Yorkshire, co-production Artangel/Tate Britain, London, UK

1999
Unconvention, Centre for Visual Arts, Cardiff, UK

1998
Art : Concept, Paris, France

1997
The Uses of Literacy, Norwich Art Gallery, Norwich, UK

1996
At Home, Cabinet Gallery, London, UK
Migrateurs, Musée d’art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris, France

1994
Paris Loves Croydon, Poster Studio, 148 Charing Cross Road, London, UK
The Search for Bez, Weekenders / Kings Cross, London, UK


Selected Group Exhibitions

2013
"Ordinary/Extra/Ordinary", The Public, West Bromwich, UK
"A Second Lore: A Folklore Contemporary Collection", CUAC Contemporary Art, Salt Lake City
"Saber Desconocer", Salon Nacional de Artistas, Medellin, Columbia
"DLA Piper Series: Constellations," Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, UK
"Sin motivo aparente," CA2M, Madrid, Spain
"Together / Apart," Centre for Contemporart Art, Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, Poland 
"TECTONIC," The Moving Museum, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
"The Life of Others. Repetition and Survivial," Akbank Sanant, Istanbul, Turkey
"Jeremy Deller with Alan Kane," Jupiter Artland, Edinburgh, UK
“Yebisu International Festival for Art and Alternative Visions,” Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo, Japan

2012
“AKA PEACE,” ICA, London, UK
“Panem et Circenses,” 83 Page Street, London, UK
“Britain Creates 2012,” Cultural Olympiad, London 2012 Festival, London, UK
“Wide Open School,” Hayward Gallery, London, UK (Jeremy Deller with Ed Hall, Banner Making Workshop)
“A Peculiar Form of Fiction,” s1 Art Space, Sheffield, UK
“Manifesta 9,” Waterschei, Genk, Limburg, Belgium
“The Gospel According To… (part 1),” The Holden Gallery, Manchester School of Art, Manchester, UK

2011
“The Writing On Your Wall,” Edinburgh Printmakers (Curated by Rob Tufnell)
“Specters of the Nineties,” Marres Centre for Contemporary Art, Maastricht, The Netherlands
“September 11,” MoMA PS1, New York
“Yes, We Don’t,” Institute d’Art contemporain, Villeurbanne, France (With Alan Kane)

2010
No Soul for Sale: A Festival of Independents, Tate Modern, London, UK

2009
Parades & Processions: Here Comes Everybody, Parasol Unit, London, UK

2008
Experimenta Folklore, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Germany
Accessories to an Artwork, Paul Stolper Gallery, London, UK
The Cinema Effect Part II: Realisms, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington DC
Folkestone Triennial: Tales of Time and Space, Folkestone, Kent, UK
Amateurs, CCA Wattis Institute, San Francisco, curated by Ralph Rugoff
On Procession, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis
Just Play: Music As Social Praxis, Edith Russ Site for Media Art, Oldenburg, Germany

2007
History Will Repeat Itself, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, Germany
Centre of the Creative Universe: Liverpool and the Avant-Garde, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, UK
Breaking Step, Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade, Serbia
Sympathy for the Devil, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
Turner Prize Retrospective, Tate Britain, London, UK 
The World as a Stage, Tate Modern, London, UK
Words Fail Me, Museum of Contemporary Art, Detroit, curated by Matthew Higgs
Silence, Listen to the Show, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Torino, Italy
Sound of Music, Broelmuseum Kortrijk, Kotrijk, Belgium
Memorial to the Iraq War, ICA, London, UK
Sculpture Project Muenster ’07 (cat.)

2006
Thank You For the Music (London Beat), Sprüth Magers Lee, London, UK
Paranoia, Leeds City Art Gallery: Focal Point Gallery, Southend; Freud Museum, London, UK
Whitney Biennial 2006: Day For Night, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
A historic Occasion: Artists Making History, Mass MOCA, North Adams, Massachusetts
Of Mice and Men: 4th Berlin Biennial for Contemporary Art, Berlin, Germany

2005
Thank You For the Music, Sprüth Magers Projekte, Munich, Germany
In the Poem About Love You Don’t Write the Word Love, CCA, Glasgow, UK
Variety, de la Warr Pavilion, Bexhill on Sea, UK
Interstate, Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, New York, curated by Adam McEwen Faces in the Crowd, Castello Di Rivoli, Turin, Italy
Populism,:Contemporary Art Center, Vilnius; National Museum of Art and Architecture, Oslo, Norway; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands; Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, Germany

2004
‘An Injury to One is an Injury to all,’ The Battle of Orgreave Archive, Art Unlimited, Art Basel, Basel, Switzerland
Carnegie International, Carnegie, Pennsylvania
Taipai Biennale, Taipai, Taiwan
From Aural Sculpture to Sound by Ink, Art: Concept, Paris, France
Turner Prize, Tate Britain, London, UK (winner)
Manifesta 5, European Biennial of Contemporary Art, San Sebastian, Spain
Recall, Museum of Modern Art Oxford, Oxford, UK (with Phil Collins, Jasmila Zbanic)
Candyland Zoo, Herbert Read Gallery, Canterbury, UK
Britannia Works, Brititsh Council at Ileana Tounta Contemporary Art Center, Athens, Greece
Monument to Now, Deste Foundation, Athens, Greece
This Much is Certain, The Royal College of Art, London, UK

2003
Utopia Station, Venice Biennial, Venice, Italy
The 4th Age, Pitti Imagine, Florence, Italy
Electric Earth, British Council touring video show, Saint Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia
III Communication, Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee, UK
Art & Music Unite, Govett Brewster Museum, New Zealand
Inaugural Group Exhibition, Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
Don’t hate the Media, Become the Media, Videozartes, Espace Delrue, Nantes, France
Brighton Photo Biennial, Brighton, UK

2002
Rock My World, CCAC Gallery, San Francisco
Biennale de l’Image en Movement, Geneva, Switzerland
Happy Outsiders, Zacheta Gallery, Warsaw, Poland

2001
Century City: Art and Culture in the Modern Metropolis, Tate Modern, London, UK
Pyramids on Mars, Barbican Art Gallery, London, UK
Record All-Over, mamco, Geneva, Switzerland
City Racing 1988-1998: a partial account, ICA, London, UK

2000
Social Hackers, Muv Gallery, Helsinki; Centre d’édition contemporaine, Geneva, Switzerland
Protest and Survive, The Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, UK
Democracy!, Royal College of Art, London, UK
The British Art Show 5, National Touring Exhibitions (Hayward Gallery, London), UK
Presumes Innocents, CAPC, Bordeaux, France
Village Disco, Cabinet, London, UK
Intelligence: New British Art 2000, Tate Triennial, London, UK

1999
Expander 1.0, Galerie Jousse Seguin, Paris, France
Changing the Air, Musee d’Art Moderne, Villeneuve d’Asq, France

1998
Crossing, Kunsthalle, Wein; Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague, Czech Republic
White Night, Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris, France
Voiceover, National Touring Exhibitions (Hayward Gallery, London), UK
Lovecraft, CCA, Glasgow; South London Gallery, London, UK

1996
Life/Live, Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris and tour
Co-operators, Southampton City Art Gallery, Southampton, UK 

1995
The Butterfly Ball, with Alan Kane and Peter Stringfellow, Stringfellows Nightclub, London, UK
Knob, organised by Jeremy Deller, Phoenix Hotel, San Francisco

1994
Imprint 93, Cabinet Gallery, London, UK

1993
Group Show, City Racing, London, UK
The Love Show, Daniel Bucholz Galerie, Cologne, Germany


Selected Projects

2013
"All that solid melts into air", Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester, UK
“Acid Brass,” Concert, Contemporary Art Museum, St. Louis
“The Bruce Lacey Experience,” Screening and Q&A, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, UK

2012
“Sacrilege,” London 2012 Festival, Cultural Olympiad, interactive public artwork, various locations, UK

2009
The Posters Came From The Walls, a film by Jeremy Deller and Nick Abrahams, Artprojx in association with Gavin Brown’s enterprise and the Modern Institute, London, UK

2006
Steam Powered Computer with Internet Access, commissioned by Turner Contemporary

2003
This is Us, a CD project made in association with the Center for Curatorial Studies, Red Hook, New York

2002
After the Goldrush, an interactive guidebook to California

2000
Folk Archive, with Alan Kane, www.folkarchive.co.uk

1999
Now It Is Allowable, event at the Swedenborg Society, London

1998
Billboards for the Museum in Progress, located throughout Europe

1997
Throwing Stones at Next Doors Pussy, South London Gallery, London, UK
Acid Brass, live concerts with the Williams Fairy Brass Band

1994
Constable can’t you see my Predicament?, Clacton-on-sea
Brian Epstein Died For You, street sign, London, UK

1993
The Chelsea



Selected Bibliography

2013
"Jeremy Deller curates at Manchester Art Gallery," Cheshire Today, September
"Prison Art: Jeremy Deller To Open Koestler Trust Southbank Exhibition," Artlyst, September
Funk, Ray and Martin, Andrew, "Pan in the halls of the Biennale British artist takes pan to Venice," The Guardian, October
"Sydney Festival 2014 program announced featuring artist Jeremy Deller's giant jumping castle Sacrilege," Telegraph, October
"Jeremy Deller's All That Is Solid Melts Into Air film," BBC, October
Walters, Sarah. "Jeremy's lesson on revolution," Manchester Evening News, October
Thorpe, Vanessa. "Glam rock, wrestlers and our family trees," The Guardian, October
"Jeremy Deller: Art and Industry," BBC, October 
Popham, Peter, "Jeremy Deller curates: 'There is this trauma... the earth is on fire," The Independent, October
Jones, Amelia, "The Lure of Re-enactment and the Inauthentic Status of the Event," Esse, Autumn
Lageira, Jacinto, "Re-enactment: False Evidence and Dangers," Esse, Autumn
Batty, David, "The battlefield up close and personal," Gulf News, September
Birnbaum, Daniel, "Garden States," Artforum, September
Mantle, Jac, "Jeremy Deller: Master of Ceremonies," The Skinny, July
"Prominent pavilions at the Venice Biennale," The Gazette, June
Adams, Tim, "Jeremy Deller's visions of England," The Guardian, June
Staunton-Price, C, "Venice Biennale 2013: Jeremy Deller, English Magic," This Is Tomorrow, June
Mullins, Charlotte, "Review: Jeremy Deller's English Magic," ArtFund, May
Saner, Emine, "Jeremy Deller's Venice all-stars," The Guardian, May
Kirsch, Corinna, "English Magic: Jeremy Deller at the British Pavilion," ArtFCity, May
"Jeremy Deller's Venice Biennale exhibition to tour UK," ArtFund, May
Field, Marcus, "Venice Biennale, Jeremy Deller: English Magic..," London Evening Standard, May
"Jeremy Deller's Inflatable Stonehenge Arrives In Hong Kong," Artlyst, April
Pellerin, Ananda, "In Pictures: Jeremy Deller's the Battle of Orgreave," AnOther Magazine, April
Jones, Jonathan, "The art of Thatcher..," The Guardian, April
Lock, Isaac, "Mr. Jeremy Deller," Fantastic Man, March
Walleston, Aimee, "Jeremy Deller," Art in America, March
Keaggy, Diane, "Q&A: Traditional brass band will play acid house classics," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, March 2013
Molon, Dominic, "Baby Baby Baby...," The Seen, March
Petridis, Alexis and Yates, Kieran, "Music Weekly…," The Guardian, February
Bollen, Christopher, "The Londoners," Interview, January

2012
Saltz, Jerry, “Wrestlemania Art,” New York Magazine, December
Higgs, Matthew, "Sacrilege," Artforum, December
Gavin, Francesca, "In Search Of Everyday Strangeness," Sleek, Issue 35
Dillon, Brian, Review, frieze, May
Collings, Matthew, "Good Miners, Bad Miners," Modern Painters, May
Basciano, Oliver, “Jeremy Deller: Joy in People,” ArtReview, May
“All Rock n Roll is Homosexual,” FAD, February
Emery, Louisa, “Review: Jeremy Deller at the Hayward Gallery,” wharf.co.uk, February 
Rich, Amy, “£10 Pick: Jeremy Deller,” DIY Magazine blog, February 
Petridis, Alexis, “Straight and narrow: how pop lost its gay edge,” The Guardian, February 
“Jeremy Deller: Middle Class Hero,” The Guardian, February 
“Jeremy Deller – Joy in People – London Art Exhibition,” Flux, February 
Hudson, Suzanne, "Jeremy Deller," Artforum, January

2011
Sutton, Benjamin, "Art Seen Through the Prism of 9/11," The L Magazine, October 
Smyth, Diane, "Ways of Looking Bradford photography festival," British Journal of
Photography
, October
Azimi, Negar. “Good Intentions,” frieze, March

2010
Babayan, Siran, “A New Documentary Profiles Obsessed Depeche Mode Fans
Around the World,” LA Weekly, January
Longworth, Karina, “Depeche Monde,” LA Weekly, January 

2009

Hatherley, Owen, “A Curious Faith,” Sight & Sound, December
“Chrissie Iles: Best of 2009 Film Picks,” Artforum, December
Pulver, Andrew, Review “The Posters Came from the Walls,” The Guardian, November 
Sparham, Maddy, “Jeremy Deller on Depeche Mode: The Posters Came From the Walls,” The Quietus, September 
Lack, Hannah, “Jeremy Deller Captures a Particular Obsession,” Another Magazine, August 
Prince, Suzy, “In the Mode,” Nude Magazine, August, p.40-44
Estreich, Cecilia, “It Is What It Is, But What Is It?” Flavorwire, March
Hromack, Sarah, “What It Is: A Conversation With Jeremy Deller,” Art in America, March
Carlin, T. J., “Jeremy Deller at the New Museum”, TimeOut.com, February 
Devi, Sharmila, “Art Project has people talking about Iraq”, TheNational.ae, February 
Johnson, Ken, “From China, Iraq and Beyond, but Is IT Art?” The New York Times, February 
The Associated Press, Review, International Herald Tribune, February  
Kilston, Lyra, “Jeremy Deller on Conversations About Iraq,” Artinfo, February

2008

PALAIS Magazine 07, Autumn
Rabottini, Alessandro, “From One Revolution to Another,” frieze, September
Davies, Lillian, “Report Carte,” Scene & Herd, Artforum, September
Oksenhorn, Stewart, “American History,” Aspen Times Weekly, February
Collings, Matthew, Modern Painters, February
McDaniel, Liz, “Father Time,” Men’s Vogue, February

2007

Morgan, Jessica, “It’s All True,” Tate Etc., Issue 11, Autumn 2007, p.70-75
Bush, Kate, “Provisional Authority,” Artforum, September 2007, p.418-423
Franzen, Brigitte, ed., Sculpture Projects Muenster 07, p.60-73
Volz, Jochen „Looking Back: Biennials/Survey Shows,“ frieze, January-February,
p.126

2006

Gronlund, Melissa, ed., Frieze Projects: Artists’ Commissions and Talks, p.46-47, 174-185
Moulène, Claire, “Imaginaire: Mode d’Emploi, ‘Art contemporain et lien social,’” published by Editions Cercle d’Art, Paris
Teerlinck, Hilde “What……now,” published by CRAC Alsace, Altkirch, France
Tramaseur, Stacey, “Creating a sense of unease in the viewer,” Bexhill Observer, September, p.23
Wright, Karen, “Mechanical Rainbows, Politics Enliven U.K. Shows,” Bloomberg.com,
August
Graham-Dixon, Andrew, “His Heart Belongs to Dada,” Sunday Telegraph: Seven Magazine, August, p.30-31
Smith, Matt, “From riddler to bat man,” Times, July, p.19
Gronlund, Melissa, “Opening Doors,” ArtReview, March, p.48-49

2006

Bonami, Francesco and The Wrong Gallery, “The Wrong Way,” Modern Painters, March, p.86-91
Bishop, Claire, “The Social Turn: Collaboration and Its Discontents,” Artforum,
February, p.178-83

2005

Grosenick, Uta, “Art Now: Vol. 2,” published by Taschen
Korotkin, Joyce, “Outside the Box,” ArtReview, December, p.45-46
Morton, Tom, Review, “Folk Archive:Barbican Gallery,” frieze, September, p.133-34
Jacob, Sam, “Jeremy Deller and Alan Kane’s Folk Archive,” Modern Painters, May, p.75-77
Deller Jeremy; Kane, Alan; "Folk Archive: Contemporary Popular Art from the UK," published by Book Works, London
Feaver, Wiliam, "Reviews: International," ArtNews, March, p.126
Volk, Gregory, "Report From Pittsburgh: Let’s Get Metaphysical," Art in America, March
Lingwood, James and John Slycem , "Artangel,” Arco Contemporary Art," Winter
p.26-29
Trainor, James, Review: “Back -2004 Carnegie Int’l,” Frieze, Jan./Feb. p. 109
"News: Prizes and Competitions," Flash Art, January-February, p.45

2004

Wright, Modern Painters, December-January, p.116
Wainwright, Jean, “The Carnegie International,” Art Monthly, December–January, p.282-83
Johnson, Ken, “Pittsburgh Rounds Up a Globe Full of Work Made in Novel Ways,” The New York Times, November, p.1,6
Jones, Jonathan, “I heart Jeremy Deller,” The Guardian, October, p.12-13
Scotini, Marco, “Gazing at the New Europe: Two Views of Manifest 5,” Flash Art, July- September, p.39, 56.
“Electoral Collage, a portfolio,” Artforum, September, Vol XLIII, No.1, p.237

2003

King, Emily, frieze, September, p.99
Morton, Tom, “Mining for Gold,” frieze, January-February, p.70-75.
Slyce, John, “Fables of the Reconstruction,” Flash Art, January-February, p.74-76

2002

The English Civil War Part II: personal accounts of the 1984-85 miners’ strike, Artangel, London,
After the Gold Rush, CCAC Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco

2001

Etchells, Tim, “The Battle of Orgreave,” Tate 26, Autumn
Farquharson, Alex, “Jeremy Deller The Battle of Orgreave,” frieze, p.108
Butler, David, “Battle of Orgreave, “ [a-n] Magazine for Artists, p.24
Beech, Dave, “Jeremy Deller,” Art Monthly, July-August, p.38-39
Morrison, Richard, ‘”Battle of Orgreave,” The Times, November, p.7
Life is to Blame for Everything: Collected work and projects 1992-1999, Salon 3, London

1998

Bradley, Will; Blincoe, Nicholas, “The Uses of Illiteracy,” Afterall, No.1, p.9-23

1997

Freedman, Carl, “Acid Brass,” frieze, November-December, p.38-39


Awards

2004
Turner Prize



1959

Born Edinburgh
1962 - 1966
Lived in Trinidad
1966 - 1979
Lived in Canada
1979 - 2002
Lived in London
1995 - 2000
Trustee of Tate Gallery, London
2002
Moved to Trinidad
2005
Professor at Düsseldorf State Academy of Art


Education

1979 - 80
Wimbledon School of Art
1980 - 83
St Martin's School of Art, BFA
1989 - 90
Chelsea School of Art, MFA


Solo Exhibitions

2013
"Billboard for Edinburgh," Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh, UK
"No Foreign Lands," National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh, UK 

2011
"Siegfried and Poster Project," The Arnold and Marie Schwartz Gallery Met, New York
Musée d'art Moderne, Paris, France

2009
Gavin Brown’s enterprise and Michael Werner Gallery, New York
“Peter Doig: Not for Sale,” Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin, Germany

2008
Tate Britain, London, UK (travels to Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris,
France; Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, Germany)

2006
“Go West Young Man,” Museum der Bildenden Kunste, Leipzig, Germany
“StudioFilmClub,” Ballroom Marfa, Marfa 

2005
“Works on Paper,” Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas; tours Gallery of Windsor, Florida (cat.)
“StudioFilmClub,” Ludwig Museum, Koln; Kunsthalle Zurich, Switzerland
Galerie Daniel Buchholz, Cologne, Germany (with Jochen Klein)

2004
“Metropolitain,” Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich; Kestnergellschaft, Hannover, Germany (cat.)

2003
“Charley’s Space,” Bonnefanten, Maastricht, Netherlands
“Charley’s Space,” Carre d’Art Contemporain, Nimes, France
The Arts Club of Chicago, Chicago

2002

“100 years ago,” Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK
“Peter Doig: Works on Paper,” Michael Werner Gallery, New York
“Peter Doig the Prints,” The Bailey Collection, Toronto, Canada

2001
“Peter Doig,” Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, Vancouver (travels to National Gallery of Canada, Ottowa, Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, Toronto) (cat.)

2000
"Echo-Lake," Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley (traveled to Museum of
Contemporary Art, Miami, FL; St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, MO)
“Almost Grown,” The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
Solo Exhibitions (cont’d)

1999
"wing-mirror," Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York
"version (drawings)," Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York
"version," Kunsthaus Glarus, Glarus, Switzerland (cat.)
"country-rock," Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin, Germany
Fruitmarket Gallery (with Udomsak Krisanamis), Edinburgh, UK

1998
Arnolfini (with Udomsak Krisanamis), Bristol, UK (cat)
“Blizzard seventy-seven," Kunsthalle Nurnberg, Germany (toured to Kunsthalle zu Kiel, Germany; Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, UK) (cat.)
"Buffalo Station," Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK

1996
Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York
"Freestyle," Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK
"Homely," Gesellschaft fur Aktuelle Kunst, Bremen, Germany (cat.)
"Small Paintings," Riding House Editions, London, UK

1995
"Blotter," Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin, Germany (cat.)

1994
Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York
"Concrete Cabins," Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK

1991
"Whitechapel Artist Award," Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, UK

1990
"Articule," Montreal, Quebec, Canada

1986
"The Naked City," Air Gallery, London, UK

1984
Metropolitan Gallery, London, UK


Group Exhibitions


2011
"Perfect Man II," White Columns, New York

2010

"At Home/Not at Home," Hessel Museum of Art, New York

2009
“Quodlibet,” Galerie Daniel Buchholz, Berlin, Germany
“Compass In Hand: Selections from the Judith Rothschild Foundation Contemporary Drawings Collection,” Museum of Modern Art, New York

2008

“Marlon Brando, Pocahontas, and Me,” Aspen Art Museum, CO, curated by
Jeremy Deller

2007

“The Painting of Modern Life,” Hayward Gallery, London, UK (cat.)
“Very Abstract and Hyper Figurative,” Thomas Dane Gallery, London, UK curated by Jens Hoffmann
“Hunky Dory,” Gary Tatintsian Gallery, Moscow, Russia

2006

“Altered Image,” Equinox Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
“Secret Public. The Last Days of the British Underground 1978-1988,” Kunstverein Munich
SITE Santa Fe Biennial, Sante Fe
“Whitney Biennial: Day For NIght,” Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
Tate Triennial, Tate, London, UK
“Surprise, Surprise,” Institute of Contemporary Art, London, UK

2005

“Rene Daniels, Peter Doig, Silke Otto-Knapp,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York “Looking at Words: The Formal Presence of Text in Modern and Contemporary Works on Paper,” Andrea Rosen Gallery
“Ideal Worlds: New Romanticism in Contemporary Art,” Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, Germany
“The Big Bang,” Centre Pompidou , Paris, France
“The Triumph of Painting,” Saatchi Gallery. London, UK (cat.)

2004

‘Huts’ Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, Ireland (cat.)
Carnegie International, Carnegie Museum, Pittsburgh (cat.)
“Contemporary Painting,” Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville, ME, curated by Alex Katz (cat.)

2003

“Pittura/Painting: From Rauschenberg to Murakami 1964-2003,” 50th Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy (cat.)
“Days Like These,” Tate Triennale Exhibition of Contemporary Art, Tate Britain, London, UK

2002

"DEAR PAINTER…Paint Me," Centre G. Pompidou, Paris, touring to Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna and Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt (cat.)
"Art + Mountains: Conquistadors of the Useless," The Alpine Club, London, UK
"Cavepainting," Santa Monica Museum of Modern Art, with Chris Ofili and Laura Owens, Santa Monica (cat.)

2001

"Fig-1, 50 projects in 50 weeks," conceived and developed by Mark Francis and Jay Jopling, London, UK (cat.)
“Camera Works: The Photographic Impulse in Contemporary Art,” Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York
“The Way I See It,” Galerie Jennifer Flay, Paris, France
“Works on Paper,” The Kerlin Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
“Extended Painting,” Monica de Cardenas, Milan, Italy
“EU,” Stephen Friedman Gallery, London, UK
“About the Bayberry Bush,” The Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York
“Works on Paper from Acconci to Zittel,” Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK

2000

“From a Distance: Approaching Landscape,” The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston
“Peter Doig, Michael Raedecker,” Raucci/Santamaria Gallery, Naples, Italy
“Twisted: Urban and Visionary Landscapes in contemporary Painting,” Van Abbemuseum, Eindhover, Netherlands
“Spot On,” Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK
“00” Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York (Cat.)

1999

“From A-B and Back Again,” Royal College of Art, London, UK
"River Deep Mountain High," Gallery Westland Place, London, UK (curated by Kelly Taylor)
Anthony Wilkinson Gallery, London, UK (curated by Matthew Higgs)
"Contemplating Pollock," Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK
Galerie Ghislaine Hussenot, Paris, France
"Peter Doig and Udomsak Krisanamis," The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, UK and Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol, UK
"Examining Pictures," Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago (cat.)
"Group Show," Bonakdar Jancou Gallery, New York

1998

"Sunday," Cabinet Gallery, London, UK
"About Vision: New British Paintings in the 1990," Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle, UK

1997

"New Found Landscape," Kerlin Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
"Alpenblick," Kunsthalle, Vienna, Austria (curated by Wolfgang Kos)
"Malerei 4," Galerie Monika Spruth, Dusseldorf, Germany
"About Vision: New British Paintings in the 1990," Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich, UK
"Package Holiday, New British Art in the Ophiuchus Collection," The Hydra Workshop, Hydra, Greece

1996

"Drawings from the M.A.B. Library," AC Project Room
Galerie Ghislaine Hussenot, Paris, France
"There's a painting on the wall," a collaboration with Matthew Higgs, Anthony Wilkinson Fine Art, London, UK
"Answered prayers," Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin, Germany
"Belladonna," ICA, London, UK
"Faustrecht der Freiheit," Kunstsammlung Gera, Neues Museum Weserberg, Bremen, Germany"About Vision: New British Painting in the 90's," Museum of Modern Art, Oxford, UK"About Vision: New British Paintings in the 1990," The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, UK

1995

"Zombie Golf," Burbage House, London, UK (curated by BANK)

1994

"The Turner Prize Exhibition," Tate Gallery, London, UK
"Moyra Davey, Peter Doig," Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York
"Unbound: Possibilities in Painting," Hayward Gallery, London, UK (cat.) (curated by Adrian Searle and Greg Hilty)
"Prix Eliette von Karajan," Tour: Salzburg, Vienna, Paris (1st Prize winner) (cat.)
"New Voices," British Council touring exhibition (cat.)
Imprint 93, Cabinet Gallery, London, curated by Matthew Higgs
"Here and Now," Serpentine Gallery, London, UK
Victoria Miro Gallery, Group Painting exhibition, London, UK

1993

"Moving into View," Royal Festival Hall, London, UK
"Twelve Stars," Barbican Center. London, UK
"Project Unite Firminy," Firminy Vert, France
John Moores Exhibition 18, Liverpool, UK (1st prize winner)

1992

"Inside a Microcosm," curated by Gareth Jones, Laure Genillard Gallery, London, UK
"New Voices," Centre Albert Borschette, Brussels, Belgium

1991

"Barclays Young Artist Award," Serpentine Gallery, London, UK

1990

"Into the Nineties," Mall Galleries, London, UK

1985

"Things as They Are," Riverside Studios, London, UK

1983

"New Contemporaries," I.C.A., London, UK

1982

"New Contemporaries," I.C.A., London, UK


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1994
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Januszczak, Waldemar, "A State of Confusion", The Times, March, 13, p. 28
Auty, Giles, "A Tug on the Chain", Spectator, March, 12
Hall, James, "Repetitive Art. Come Again?", The Guardian, January 3
Feaver, William, "Chorus line of long faces from Pigalle", The Observer, Jan.16
Grant, Simon, "Rising Star, Peter Doig", ES Magazine, January 7
Milner, Catherine, "A Brighter Picture", Times Magazine, January, 29

1993
Wilson, Andrew, "Wet Paint", Royal Academy Magazine, # 41, Winter
Hilton, Tim, "Moores the merrier, but for how long?" The Independent on Sunday, October 24
Packer, William, "A prize commitment to painting", Financial Times, November 2
Feaver, William, "Congratulations to a blotter on the landscape", The Observer, October 24

1992
Jones, Gareth, "Weird Places, Strange Folk", Frieze, Issue 6, Sept/Oct


Catalogues and books

2011
Shiff, Richard, and Lampert, Catherine, "Peter Doig", Rizzoli, New York

2008

Nesbitt, Judith, “Peter Doig,” published by Tate Publishing, London

2007

Searle, Adrian, Kitty Scott, and Catherine Grenier, “Peter Doig,” published by Phaidon,
London/New York

2006

Nakanishi, Hiroyuki, “Essential Painting,” published by The Naitonal Museum of Art Osaka, Osaka
Richer, Francesca and Matthew Rosenzweig, “No. 1: First Works by 362 Artists,” published by D.A.P., New York
Ruf, Beatrix, “Tate Triennial: New British Art,” published by Tate, London, 2006
Iles, Chrissie and Philippe Vergne, Whitney Biennial: Day For Night, exhibition catalog, published by The Whitney Museum of American Art, 2006

2005

Grosenick, Uta, Art Now: Vol. 2, published by Taschen, Cologne
“Peter Doig: Works On Paper,” published by Windsor Press, Vero Beach, London
Hutchinson, John, and Tal R, “Huts” published by The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin
Koegel, Alice; Laughlin, Nicholas, ‘STUDIOFILMCLUB,’ published by Museum Ludwig and Walther Koenig, Koln
“Peter Doig, Jochen Klein,” text: Manfred Hermes, published by Galerie Daniel Buchholz, Cologne, 2005

2004

Hoptman, Laura, et. Al, “54th Carnegie International,“ published by Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, 2004
“Metropolitain,” published by Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther Konig, Koln, Germany
“Contemporary Painting,” published by Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville, ME

2003

“Days Like These,” Tate Triennale Exhibition of Contemporary British Art, Tate Britain, London
“Charley’s Space,” Hatje Cantz publishers, Germany

2002

“100 Years Ago,” published by Victoria Miro Gallery, London
“Art Now,” published by Taschen, edited by Uta Grosenick and Burkhard Riemschneider, text by Rochelle Steiner, Koln
“DEAR PAINTER…Paint Me,” pubblished by the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris
“Cavepainting,” published by the Santa Mnica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA

2001

“Peter Doig”, Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

2000

“Almost Grown, Paintings by Peter Doig” Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin and Victoria Miro Gallery, London
 “Landscape,” published by The British Council, London, 2000

1999

“Examining Pictures”, Whitechapel Gallery, London
"Peter Doig version", Kunsthaus Glarus, Switzerland

1998

"Peter Doig / Udomsak Krisanamis", Arnolfini, Bristol, UK, texts by Ian Hunt and Jake Chapman
"Blizzard Seventy-Seven", Kunsthalle zu Kiel, Kunsthalle Nuernberg, Whitechapel Art Gallery, texts by Eva Meyer-Hermann; Felicity Lunn; Hans-WernerSchmidt; and Terry R. Myers

1997

"The Turner Prize", Virginia Button, Tate Gallery Publishing Ltd., London
"Alpenblick. Die zeitgenoessische Kunst und das Alpine", Wolfgang Kos und Kunsthalle Wien

1996

"Homely", Gesellschaft Fur Aktuelle Kunst, Bremen, text by Eva Schmidt

1995

"Peter Doig: Blotter", published by Contemporary Fine Art, Berlin, Victoria Miro Gallery, London

1994

Prix eliette von Karajan'94, Preise Osterfestspiele Salzberg, Brandl/Doig, text by Norman Rosenthal
" Unbound: Possibilities In Painting", Hayward gallery, London, texts by Adrian Searle and Greg Hilty.
"New Voices", British Council


Collections


Arts Council of Great Britain
Bonnefanten Museum, Maastricht
British Council, London
Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh
Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France
Collection Berardo Sintra, Portugal
Contemporary Arts Society, London
European Parliament, Brussels
John Moores Collection, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
Museum of Modern Art, New York
National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia
Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich
Provinzial, Dusseldorf, Germany
Tate Gallery, London
The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago



1973 born in Zurich, Switzerland
Lives and works New York and Zurich


Education

Studied ‘Photography‘ at the Schule für Gestaltung, Zurich, Switzerland
Visited ‘de ateliers‘, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Artist in residence, Delfina Studios, London, UK


Solo Exhibitions

2013
"Yes", Deste Foundation Project Space, Hydra, Greece
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

2012
“Tables, Heads, and Arms,” organized by Gagosian Gallery, Eden Rock Gallery, St. Jean, St. Barthélemy, France
“Madame Fisscher,” Palazzi Grassi, Venice, Italy
“Schmutz schmutz,” Gagosian Gallery, Paris, France
“Skinny Sunrise,” Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria 
“Beds & Problem Paintings,” Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills, California


2011
“dngszjkdufiy bgxfjkglijkhtr kydjkhgdghjkd” (with Cassandra MacLeod), Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
“Urs Fischer and Georg Herold,” The Modern Institute, Glasgow, UK
“Untitled (Lamp/Bear),” Seagram Plaza, New York

2010  
“Douglas Sirk,” Sadie Coles HQ, 4 New Burlington Place, London
"Oscar the Grouch," The Brant Foundation Art Study Center, Greenwich, Connecticut

2009  
“Urs Fischer: Marguerite de Ponty,” New Museum, New York
“Dear _________! We _____ on ________, hysterically. It has to be _____ that                   _____.     No? It is now ______ and the whole _______ has changed ______. all the             _____, ______” (with Mark Handforth and Georg Herold), Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, Norway                  (with Mark Handforth and Georg Herold)

2008   
‘Blurry Renoir Debussy,’ Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich, Switzerland
‘Who’s Afraid of Jasper Johns?’ Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York, curated with Gavin             Brown

2007  
‘Agnes Martin,’ Regen Projects, Los Angeles
‘you,’ Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
‘Uh…,’Sadie Coles HQ, London, UK 
‘large, dark & empty,’ Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich, Switzerland
“get up girl a sun is running the world” (with Ugo Rondinone), Church San Stae, Venice         Biennale, Venice, Italy
Cockatoo Island, Kaldor Art Project and the Sydney Harbour Federation Trust, Sydney, Australia

2006  
Massimo de Carlo, Milan, Italy (with Rudolf Stingel)
‘Oh. Sad. I see.,’ The Modern Institute, Glasgow, UK
‘Mary Poppins,’ Blaffer Gallery, Houston
Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich, Switzerland
‘Paris 1919,’ Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

2005  
Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof –Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin, Germany
Pauline Karpidas GR Hydra Workshop, Greece
Camden Art Centre, London, UK
Fondazione Nicola Trussardi, Milan, Italy
‘Fig, Nut & Pear,’ Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York

2004  
‘Elton John?,’ Sadie Coles HQ, London, UK
‘Feige, Nuss, und Birne,’ Gruppe Oesterreichische Guggenheim, Vienna, Austria
‘Kir Royal,’ Kunsthaus Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland (cat.)
espace 315, Centre Pompidou, Paris, France (cat.)

2003  
‘Portrait of a Single Raindrop,’ Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
‘need no chair when walking,’ HQ Sadie Coles, London, UK

2002  
Project room, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Los Angeles
‘Mystique Mistake,’ The Modern Institute, Glasgow, UK
‘Bing Crosby,’ Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin, Germany

2001  
‘Mastering the Complaint,’ Galerie Hauser & Wirth & Presenhuber, Zurich, Switzerland

2000  
'Capillon – Urs just does it for the girls,‘ Delfina, (with Amy Adler) London, UK
'Tagessuppen/Soups of the Days' and 'Domestic Pairs Project,' Kunsthaus Glarus, (with         Keith Tyson), Glarus, Zwitzerland
Stedelijk Museum Bureau, Amsterdam, Netherlands
‘Without a Fist - Like a Bird,‘, Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), London, UK

1999   
‘Espressoqueen – Worries and other stuff you have to think about before you get             ready  for the big easy,’ Galerie Hauser & Wirth & Presenhuber, Zurich, Switzerland

1997   
‘Hammer,’ Galerie Walcheturm, Zurich, Switzerland

1996  
‘Frs Uischer‘, Galerie Walcheturm, Zurich, Switzerland


Group Exhibitions

2013
"Zero Hours", Art Sheffield 2013, Sheffield, UK
"Station to Station", New York, Pittsburgh, Chicago, Minneapolis, Santa Fe, Winslow, Barstow, Los Angeles, Oakland, San Francisco
"Somos Libres," MATE Asociación Mario Testino, Lima, Peru

2012
Festival d'Automne à Paris, École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris, France
“Painting Now,” Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich, Switzerland (forthcoming)
“The Painting Factory: Abstraction After Andy Warhol,” MOCA, Los Angeles 

2011   
“In Deed: Certificates of Authenticity in Art,” De Kabinetten van De Vleeshal, Middelburg, The Netherlands (travels to Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa, Venice; KHOJ International Artists’ Association, New Delhi; Mumbai Art Room, Mumbai; Nero, Rome; School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago; The Drawing Center, New York)
“Artists for Haiti,” David Zwirner, New York
“Lustwarande 2011—Blemishes,” Park De Oude Warande, Museum De Pont, Tilburg, The Netherlands
“Produced by Migros: Collection migros museum für gegenwartskunst,” Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kassel, Germany
“Sculpture Now,” Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zürich, Switzerland
“ILLUMInazioni / ILLUMInations,” Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy 
“The World Belongs to You,” Palazzo Grassi, Venice, Italy 
“New contemporary galleries featuring the John Kaldor Family Collection,” Art Gallery of New South Wales, Australia
“L’invention de l’oeuvre: Rodin et les ambassadeurs,” Musée Rodin, Paris
“Sympathy for the Devil,” Vanhaerents Art Collection, Brussels
“Kunstsammlung im Alpenhof Nr. 6: Kunstbetrieb,” Alpenhof St. Anton, Switzerland
“Don’t Do It Etc.,” Galerie Bruno Bischofberger, Zürich, Switzerland
“dwelling,” Marianne Boesky Gallery (uptown), New York
“Modern British Sculpture,” Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK 
“8 ½,” Fondazione Nicola Trussardi, Stazione Leopolda, Florence, Italy

2010   
“Die Nase des Michelangelo / The Nose of Michelangelo,” Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Marktgasse 4, Zürich, Switzerland
“Divine Comedy,” Sotheby’s, New York
“Post Monument: XIV Biennale Internazionale di Scultura di Carrara,” Carrara, Italy
"The New Decor", The Hayward Gallery, UK
“Alpha Omega: Works from the Dakis Joannou Collection,” Deste Foundation                  Contemporary Art, Athens, Greece 
“High Ideals & Crazy Dreams,” Galerie Vera Munro, Hamburg, Germany 
“Voici un dessin suisse (1990–2010) / Here Is a Swiss Drawing,” Musée Rath, Geneva           (will travel to Aargauer Kunsthaus, Aarau, Switzerland)
“Skin Fruit: Selections from the Dakis Joannou Collection,” New Museum, New York

2009  
“Beg Borrow and Steal,” Rubell Family Collection, Miami
“We are sun-kissed and snow-blind,” Galerie Patrick Seguin in Paris invites Galerie Eva       Presenhuber
“The living and the dead,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York

2008   
“Ombres,” New Galerie de France, Paris, France
“God Is Design,” Galpao Fortes Vilaca, Sao Paulo, Brasil, curated by Neville Wakefield
“Countdown,” CCS Bard, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York

2007   
“Unmonumental,” New Museum for Contemporary Art, New York
“Makers and Modelers,” Barbara Gladstone, New York
“Fractured Figure,” Deste Foundation Centre for Contemporary Art, Athens, Greece
“The Hamster Wheel,” Festival Printemps de Septembre, Toulouse, France
“Dream and Trauma,” Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria
“The Hamster Wheel,” Tese della Novissima, Arsenale di Venezia, Venice, Italy
“Disorder in the House,” Vanhaerents Collection, Brussels, Belgium
“Domestic Irony,” Muselon, Bozen, Italy
Pinault Collection, Palazzo Grassi, Venice, Italy
Biennale de Lyon, Lyon, France
“The Third Mind,” Palais de Tokyo, Paris curated by Ugo Rondinone, France (cat.)

2006  
“The Studio”, Dublin City Gallery, The Hugh Lane, Dublin, Ireland
“Defamation of Character,” PS1 Contemporary Art Center, New York
“Contrabando,” Galeria Luisa Strina, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Palazzo Grassi, Venice, Italy
Vincent Prize, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
“Strange I’ve Seen That Face Before,” Museum Abteiberg, Mönchengladbach, Germany
“Infinite Painting,” Villa Manin Centre for Contemporary Art, Codroipo. Italy
“Whitney Biennial: Day for Night,” Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (cat.)
“The Studio,” Hugh Lane Museum, Dublin, Ireland
“The Big Bang,” Centre Pompidou , Paris, France

2005  
“Ma Non Al Sud,” Galerie Civica d’Arte Contemporanea di Siracusa, Syracuse, Italy
Cobra Museum of Modern Art, Amstelveen, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Reykjavik Art Museum, Reykjavik, Iceland
“Put It In Your Mouth/ I’ll see you on the dark side of the prune,” Rivington Arms, New York
“Closing Down.” Bortolami Dayan, New York
“Looking at Words: The Formal Presence of Text in Modern and Contemporary Works on Paper,” Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York
“Bidibidobidiboo: Works from Collezione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo,” Curated by               Franceso Bonami,  Turin, Italy
“Universal Experience,” MCA, Chicago (cat.)
‘(Swiss Made) The Art of Falling Apart,’ Sammlung Hauser & Wirth, St Gallen, Switzerland

2004    
‘L’Air du Temps,’ Migros Museum, Zurich, Switzerland
Regen Projects, Los Angeles
“Monument to Now,” Deste Foundation, Athens, Greece
‘Sculpture, Precarious Realism Between the Melancholy and the Comical’ Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria

2003  
‘Silver Convention,’ Galerie Giti Nourbakhsch, Berlin, Germany
Inaugural Exhibition, Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
‘Game Over,’ Grimm Rosenfeld, Munich, Germany
‘Kunstpreis der Boettcherstrasse.,’ Kunsthalle Bremen, Bremen, Germany
‘Dreams and Conflicts: TheViewer’s Dictatorship,’ Venice Biennial, Venice, Italy (cat.)
‘Durchzug-Draft,” Zurich Kunsthalle, Zurich, Switzerland 
“Bewitched Bothered and Bewildered,” Migros Museum, Zurich, Switzerland

2002  
NICC< Exile on Main Street, Antwerp, Belgium
The Henry Moore Foundation, Sculpture/Triple Base at the Hernry Moore Institute,            Leeds, UK
‘My head is on fire but my heart is full of Love,’ Charlottenborg exhibition space,             Copenhagen, Denmark (cat.)
‘Lowland Lullaby, ‘Swiss Institute, New York

2001  
'Squatters,' Museo Serralves, Porto, Portugal
'Ziviler Ungehorsam,’ Kestner-Gesellschaft, Hannover, Germany
'Enduring Love,’ Klemens Gasser & Tanja Grunert, New York

1999  
'Drawings,’ Sommer Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, Israel
‘Manifesta 3,’ European Biennial of Contemporary Art Ljubljana
'Sammlung (1). The Oldest Possible Memory,’ Sammlung Hauser und Wirth in der            Lokremise St. Gallen, Switzerland

1999   
‘Eidgenössische Preise für Freie Kunst,’ Kunsthalle Zürich, Zurich, Switzerland  
‘Le repubbliche dell’arte,’ Palazzo delle Pappesse, Siena, Italy
“999,” Centro d’Arte Contemporanea Ticino, Bellinzona, Switzerland
‘Holding Court‘, Entwistle Gallery, London, UK

1998   
‘ironisch/ironic‘, Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Zurich, Switzerland
‘de ateliers‘, De Ateliers, Amsterdam, Netherlands

1997  
‘Dokumentation‘, Hotel, Zurich, Switzerland
Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo per l’Arte, Turin, Italy
'été 97‘, Centre Genevois de Gravure Contemporain, Geneva, Switzerland
1995/96 “Calypso,” Stedelijk Museum Bureau, Amsterdam, Netherlands
‘Assistent‘, Binz 39, with Maurus Gmür, Zurich, Switzerland
‘Karaoke 444&222 too‘, South London Gallery, London, UK
‘Bundesstipendianten‘, Kunsthaus Glarus, Glarus, Switzerland


Awards and Grants

1999   
Providentia-Preis, YoungArt
Eidgenössisches Stipendium für freie Kunst

1997   
Kiefer-Hablitzel Stipendium

1995   
Eidgenössisches Stipendium für freie Kunst


Audiovisuals

2000
CNN, Inside Europe, January


Selected Bibliography

2013
Morton, Peter, "Urs Lookin' at You," Departures, April 2013
Dalton, Trinie, "Now Showing: Urs Fischer," T Magazine, April
Frank, Priscilla, "Urs Fischer Retrospective Delights And Repulses..," Huffington Post, April 2013
Finkel, Jori, "Urs Fischer and 1,000 volunteers go big..," Los Angeles Times, April 2013
Finkel, Jori, "Art Spotlight: Urs Fischer," Los Angeles Times, March 2013
"New York Artists Now," GalleristNY, February

2012
“Blabbing to an iPhone Mic: A conversation between Darren Bader and Urs Fischer,” L’officiel Art No. 2, June
Spence, Rachel, "Rebel in need of a cause," Financial Times, June 15
Bodin, Claudia, "Urs Fischer," art Kunstmagazin, May
"Urs Fischer: Beds & Problem Paintings," Gagosian Summer Quarterly
Griffin, Jonathan, "Urs Fischer, the reluctant interviewee," The Artnewspaper, April 12
Vetrocq, Marcia E., "Urs Fischer Explores the Theme of the Double in His Solo Survey at Venice's Palazzo Grassi" ArtInfo, April 16
McKie, Andrew, "Sculpting to His Own Beat," The Wall Street Journal, April 13
Solway, Diane, "Studio Visit: Urs Fischer," W magazine, April
McGarry, Kevin, “Urs Firscher’s Really Big Problems,” T Magazine, March
Doran, Anne, Review, Art in America, January

2011
Smith, Roberta, Review, The New York Times, November 3
Milller, Michael H., "The Answer Is 'Why?' Urs Fischer Overwhelms at New Gavin Brown Show," New York Observer, October 24
Douglas, Sarah, "Why You Should Go See Urs Fischer's New Show at Gavin Brown," New York Observer, October 21
Drake, Cathryn, "Investigation of a Dog," frieze, October
Adam, Georgina. “Size matters. Why is the work getting bigger?” The Art Newspaper, no. 226, July-August
Binswanger, Michèle. “Schweizer Kunst kommt au seiner bäurischen Tradition.” Tages Anzeiger, 16 June
Crow, Kelly. “Hey There! Big Bear to Visit Park Avenue.” Wall Street Journal, 2 April
Edwards, Meghan. “Night Light.” Interior Design, vol. 82, no. 7, May: 283.
Gamerman, Ellen. “The Changing Face of Portraits.” Wall Street Journal, 5 August: D1-2.
Gnyp, Marta. “Larger Than Life: A conversation with Swiss contemporary artist Urs Fischer.” Zoo Magazine, no. 31: 82-91.
Heinrich, Will. “Art vs. Real Estate at Marianne Boesky.” The New York Observer, March 15
Hess, Ewa. “Riesiger Teddybär eines Schweizer Künstlers verblüfft New York.” Sonntags Zeitung, 17 April
Johnson, Ken. “Sculptural Surprises Grace the Streets.” New York Times, 19 August: C21.
Jones, Jonathan. “Times flies at the Venice Biennale.” On Art Blog, The Guardian, 7 June
Kleinman, Adam. “ILLUMInazioni—ILLUMInations.” Art Agenda, June
McKie, Andrew. “Setting the Art World Alight.” Wall Street Journal, 3 June
Morgan, Jessica. “Urs Fischer.” L’Uomo Vogue, no. 421, May-June
Morris, Roderick Conway. “Venice Biennale Thrives Despite Tough Economic Times.” International Herald Tribune, 7 June
Prince, Mark. “Urs Fischer: Sadie Coles HQ, London.” Flash Art, vol. XLIV, no. 276, January-February: 98.
Rosenmeyer, Aoife. “Sculpture Now: Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich.” Art Agenda, July
Schwabsky, Barry. “Many Facets, No Overview: On the Venice Biennale.” The Nation, 15-22 August
Searle, Adrian. “Modern British Sculpture: Empire of the Oddballs.” The Guardian, 19 January
Thon, Ute, Tim Sommer, and Ralf Schlüter. “Keine Benegung.” Art: Das Kunstmagazin, August: 18-29.
Vogel, Carol. “Old Patina Encircles Fresh Art in Venice.” New York Times, 6 June: C1.
Wullschlager, Jackie. “Breadth in Venice.” Financial Times, 3 June

2010   
Amy, Michaël. “Urs Fischer: New Museum.” Sculpture, vol. 29, no. 10, December: 70-1
Carey-Kent, Paul. “Urs Fischer: Sadie Coles.” ArtUS, no. 30: 6-9.
Fischer, Urs. “You Can Call Inside Me.” The Journal, no. 28: supplement.
Heartney, Eleanor. “Urs Fischer: Marguerite de Ponty.” art press, no. 363, January: 72-3
Herold, Georg. “Urs Fischer.” The Journal, no. 28: 84-97
Hirsch, Faye. “Presto Chango! Urs Fischer’s New Museum.” Art in America, January: 104-109
Kastner, Jeffrey. “New Foundations.” Artforum, vol. 48, no. 10, Summer
Kaufman, Jason Edward. “In View: Urs Fischer’s Magnificent Vanitas for Peter Brant.” Artinfo, June 15
Kazakina, Katya. “Newsprint mogul Peter Brant has ‘meltdown’ in Urs Fischer show.” Bloomberg News, June 29
Kunitz, Daniel. “Urs Fischer: Brant Foundation Art Study Center.” Modern Painters, no. 6, September: 73
Markus, Liz. “Art and Death in Connecticut: Urs Fischer at the Brant Foundation Art Study Center.” Huffington Post, July 17
Naves, Mario. “Urs Fischer: Marguerite de Ponty.” The New Criterion, no. 5, January: 50-1
Peers, Alexandra. “The Conspiracy Theory of Art.” The New York Observer, May 19
Sherwin, Skye. “Exhibitions: Urs Fischer.” The Guardian, 2-8 October: 38

2009   
Brown, Gavin, “Urs Fischer”, Interview, December, 2009
Saltz, Jerry, “A Whole New Muesum The Urs Fischer-izing of a four story Institution,            New York Magazine, November 9, 2009
Kuo, Michelle, “Taste Tests,” Artforum, November, 2009
Smith, Roberta, “Exploration of Space,” The New York Times, October 29, 2009
Tomkins, Calvin, “The Imperfectionist,” New Yorker, October 19, 2009

2008  
Best of 2008, Artforum, December, p. 98, 266, 292
Brown, Gavin, Interview with Urs Fischer, Interview, Dec/Jan, p.186-191
Lewis, Ben, “Who’s Afraid of Jasper Johns?” pluk magazine, Autumn 2008
Volzke, Daniel, “Neues vom Trickser,” Monopol, July/August, p. 62-71
Bedford, Christopher, “Who’s Afraid of Jasper Johns?” Frieze.com, July 3
Saltz, Jerry, “Two Coats of Painting,” New York Magazine, June 23
Sholis, Brian, Critic’s Pick, Artforum.com, May 23
Halle, Howard, “Who’s Afraid of Jasper Johns?” Time Out New York, May 22
Smith, Roberta, “When Artworks Collide,” New York Times, May 16
Marchand, Antoine, “Down in a Hole,” 02 Magazine, p. 50
Boucher, Brian, Review, Art in America, March 2008, p. 166-67
Review, Modern Painters, February 2008, p. 91

2007  
Camhi, Leslie, “The Corrections,” Village Voice, December 2007, p. 50
Cattelan, Maurizio, Interview, Mousse, November 2007, p. 28-31
Saltz, Jerry, Review, New York Magazine, December 3, 2007, p. 92
Cotter, Holland, Review, New York Times, November 23, 2007
Kitnick, Alex, Review, Time Out New York, November 15-21, 2007, p. 85
Jones, Kristin, Review, Frieze.com, November 2007
“The Art of Production,” Artforum, October 2007, p. 351
Stolz, Noah, “San Stae: Urs Fischer e Ugo Rondinone,” Kunst Bulletin, No. 8,
July/August 2007, p. 49-50
Cerbini, Lorenza, “Urs Fischer,” L’Uomo Vogue, May/June 2007
Vogel, Carol, “In for a Penny, In for the Pounce,” New York Times, June 14 2007
Searle, Adrian, “Venice Takes Flight,” The Guardian, June 12 2007
Hauger, Caroline Micaela, “Blitzkarriere,” Schweizer Illustrierte, No. 24, June 11
2007, p. 37-40
Wust, Karl, “Farben, Schatten und tote Bäume,” Der Zürcher Oberlander, June
11 2007
Mack, Gerhard, “Urs Fischer and Ugo Rondinone in San Stae,” NZZ am Sonntag,
June 10 2007, p. 68
Chaplin, Julia, “A Night Out With: Alison Gingeras – Follow that Motoscafo,” New
York Times, June 10 2007
Ringel, Stephanie, “Anarchie in der Lagune,” Sonntagsblick, June 10 2007, p. 44
Mathonnet, Phillipe, “A Venise, l’art s’humanise,” Le Temps, June 9 2007, p. 19
Jana, Reena, “The Dancing Camel,” Art on Paper no. 5, May/June 2007 p. 38-39
Higson, Rosalie, “Visions on a Haunted Isle,” The Australian, April 17 2007
Fitzgerald, Michael, “Impresario of the New,” Time, March 22 2007
Berard, Emmanuel, Mazzonis, Emanuela (ed.), ’Sequence 1. Collection François
Pinault’, Palazzo Grassi, Venice, 2007, p. 94-95; p. 140-141; p. 302-317
Hoffmann, Jens and Christina Kennedy, “The Studio,” published by Dublin
City Gallery The Hugh Lane, Dublin
Greene, Tamsen, “Basel Dazzle,” Zink, Summer 2007, p. 6
Garbarino, Laura, Review, Flash Art, March/April, p. 81

2006   
“Cinq Milliards d’Annees,” (illus.), Palais/, Fall/Winter 2006-7, p. 31
Webster, Toby, et. Al, “Strange I’ve Seen That Face Before,” published by
Dumont Verlag, Cologne and Städtisches Museum Abteiburg, Mönchengladbach
Ruf, Beatrix et. Al, “ The Vincent van Gogh Biennial Award for Contemporary
Art in Europe, 2006,” published by Stichting Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
Yablonsky, Linda, “Art Miami Fair, Art Market Showed its Blood and Bones,”
Bloomberg, Dec. 12 2006
Smith, Roberta, “More Than You Can See: Storm of Art Engulfs Miami,” New
York Times, Dec 9 2006
Neil, Jonathan T.D., “The Fischer King,” Art Review, issue 6, December p. 70-74
Fischer, Urs, “Paris 1919,” JRP Ringier, Zurich, 2006
Wahler, Marc-Olivier, PALAIS Magazine 01, Fall/Winter 2006, p. 30-31
Vetrocq, Marcia E., “A Museum of His Own,” Art in America, no. 9, October 2006
p. 96-101
Cerizza, Luca, “City Report,” Frieze, no. 102, October 2006, p. 253
Gortzak, Roos, The Vincent Van Gogh Biennial Award for Contemporary Art in
Europe 2006, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, p. 14-27
McNally, Whitney, “Talent Show,” W Magazine, November, p. 200
Lindeman, Adam, et. Al, “Collecting Contemporary,” published by Taschen,
Cologne, pp. 49, 20
Sultan, Terrie, Schmukli, Claudia, “Mary Poppins,” published by the Blaffer
Gallery, Houston
Goncharov, Kathleen, “Review: Whitney Biennial,” Tema Celeste, No. 116, pp.
86-87 (illus.)
Plagens, Peter, “Madison Avenue Ennui,” Art in America, no. 6, June/July 2006
Gioni, Massimiliano, “Le monde instable de Urs Fischer,” art press, no. 324, June
2006, p. 27-33
Klaasmeyer, Kelly, “Space and Quiet,” Houston Press, June 22
“In the Modern World,” Dwell, July/August 2006, p. 144
Davenport, Bill, Review The Houston Chronicle, June 2, 2006
“Crème de Yvette,” Another Magazine, no. 10, Spring 2006
Kerwin, Jessica, “On With the Show, W Magazine, May 2006, p. 128, 130
“Urs Fischer,” AD, March 30 2006, p. 26
Iles, Chrissie and Philippe Verge, Whitney Biennial: Day For Night, exhibitions
catalog, published by The Whitney Museum of American Art

2005
   
Vitamin D: New Perspectives in Drawing published by Phaidon, London
“Mr. Watson --- Come Here --- I Want to See You.” Published by Sadie Coles,
HQ, London, 2005
Gingeras, Alison M., “Best of 2005,” Artforum, December, pp.245-45
Vincent, Steven, “Urs Fischer at Gavin Brown’s enterprise,” Art in America,
October 2005
Romeo, Filippo, Review, Artforum, September, pp.313-14
Fulco, Elisa, “Spotlight: Urs Fischer,” Flash Art Italia, June/July p. 118
Romeo, Filippo, Review, Artforum.com, May 23
Rossi, Mariella, “Urs Fischer,” Lapiz, May, p. 89.
“Urs Fischer: da vedere,” Flash Art Italia, April/May 2005, p. 57
Kranz, Walter, “Mimicry-Works,” Artnet.com
Blume, Eugen; Nichols, Catherine, Catalog, Museum für Gegenwart,Berlin
Gingeras, Alison, ‘Purple News,’ Purple Fashion, No. 3, Spring/Summer, p. 34
Smith, Roberta, The Listings, The New York Times, Arts & Leisure section, February              25, p. E25
listings, The New Yorker, March 7, p. 16
Richadson, Brenda, ‘ Postcard from America,’ pp. 58 – 64; Ruf, Beatrix,
‘wanted to turn the music on but it was already playing,’ pp. 70-76; Weissman,
Benjamin, ‘Garden of Earthly Hate,’ pp. 82-88 in Parkett, no. 72
Rondinone, Ugo, “Urs Fischer,” Camden Arts Center, London 2005 (brochure)
Jones, Jonathan, “Urs Fischer: Arts Review,” The Guardian, January 7

2004      
Herbert, Martin, “Urs Fischer” (review), Time Out Magazine, January 5-12
Brockington, Horace, “Some Other Spring: Urs Fischer (#1) (#2)”, NY Arts, Issue               11/12, Nov/Dec issue, p. 54
Bollen, Christopher, ‘Sculpture Culture,’ Vman, Issue 3, Fall/Winter, p. 63
Heiser, Jorg; Hainley, Bruce, “Kir Royal,” published by JRP/RIngier
Gingeras, Alison, “Urs Fischer,” Artforum, October 2004
Morton, Tom, “Roll with It,” Frieze, Issue 86, October, p. 138-141
‘Good Smell Make-Up Tree,’ published by JRP/Ringier, Zurich
Manchester, Clare, “Review” Flash Art May-June 2004 p.145
Carmine, Giovanni, “Personal Weather,” Flash Art, January-February 2004, pp. 84-87.
Gingeras, Alison, “Urs Fischer, espace 315,” Editions du Centre Pompidou, livre No. 2, Paris
Hase, Bettina von, “A Monument to passion”, ArtReview, Volume 2 Number 6
p. 90-93

2003     
Gingeras, Alison, “Unplugged,” Work, October-December, pp. 22-23
Clem, Chivas, review, Time Out New York, May 8-15, p. 63
“Sculpture Forever,” Flash Art, May-June 2003, p. 124
Review, Village Voice, April 30-May 6, p. 102
Gingeras, Alison, Openings, Artforum, May, pp. 158-159
Lafuente, Pablo, The failure man, ArtReview, London, January, p. 64
Ruf, Beatrix, Wie wär’s in Wachs, Du Schöne?, Katalog, Kunstpreis der                         Böttcherstrasse, Bremen, März-April, p.21
Urs Fischer: need no chair when walking, Sadie Coles, The Art Newspaper,
No. 33, February 2003
Coomer, Martin, Review, Time Out London, p. 47

2002     
Dezeuze, Anna, The Object Sculpture, in: Art Monthly, London, July-August
Schwabsky, Barry, The Object Sculpture, in: Artforum, www.artforum.com, Summer
Hickling, Alfred, The Object Sculpture, in: The Guardian, June
Lubbock, Tom, Colourvision, in: The Independent, Review, June
Curtis, Penelope, Firing Line, in: Artscene, UK, June 2002, p. 3
Lowland Lullaby, in: The New Yorker, April 22 & 29, 2002, p.36
Schlaegel, Andreas, Urs Fischer: Contemporary Fine Arts, Flash Art, March /
April 2002, pp. 107.
Bell, Kirsty, Urs Fischer: Contemporary Fine Arts Berlin, Frieze2002, p. 103.
Frieze Contemporary Art and Culture, London, Mai 2002, Issue 67, p. 10
Ugo Rondinone with John Giorno and Urs Fischer, in: Village Voice, New
York, April 16, 2002, p.97
in: New York Magazine, April 15, 2002, p.63, p.85
Ugo Rondinone with John Giorno and Urs Fischer, in: Village Voice, Voice
Choices, New York, April 2, 2002, p.89
Ugo Rondinone, John Giorno & Urs Fischer, in: Village Voice, Spring Arts,
March 5, 2002, p.79
Daniels, Corinna, Neues von Urs Fischer bei Contemporary Fine Arts Der
Allgemeine Zeitung, Frankfurt, no. 29, Feb.4, 2002, p. BS 6, ill.
Schweizer hat keine Angst vor Kitsch, in: Die Welt, Berlin, February 8, 2002,
p. 34,ill.
Siepen, Nicolas, Nichts für Bing Crosby, in: Berliner Seiten, Frankfurter
Brigitte Werneburg schaut sich in den Galerien von Berlin um, in: die
Tageszeitung, Berlin Jan. 15, 2002, internet issue

2001   
W.D. Wenn der Tod noch schnell seine Zähne putzt, in: Schweizer Illustrierte,
Zürich, Nr. 41, October 8, 2001, p. 87, ill.
Spinelli, Claudia, Berührend skurril. Hauser & Wirth & Presenhuber zeigen Urs
Fischer, in: Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Zurich, no. 207, September 7, 2001, p.46
2000 Ruf, Beatrix (ed.), Urs Fischer. Time Waste. Radio-Cookie und kaum Zeit, kaum
Rat, Glarus: Edition Unikate, 2000, ill. (exh. cat.)
Obrist, Hans-Ulrich, Manifesta 3. Borderline Syndrome. Energies of Defence.
European Biennial of Contemporary Art, Cankarjev dom, Cultural and
Congress Centre: Ljubljana, 2000, p. 69 (exh. cat.)
Becker, Jochen, Manifesta 3, in: Kunstforum International, no. 152, October-
December 2000, pp. 438-442, ill.
Kölnische Gemischtwaren. Kunstmesse Art Cologne 2000 mit breitem
Angebot, in: Südkurier, Konstanz, November 11, 2000, p.10
Meier, Philipp, Der leise Seufzer der Kunst, Die Art Cologne-Deutschlands
führende Modernmesse, in: Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Zurich, November 11/1
Schroeder, Annette, Prima leben im Videobunker. Förderprogramm auf der Art
Cologne präsentiert 21 Künstler, in: Kölnische Rundschau, Cologne,
November 8, 2000
Baumer, Dorothea, Köln ist ein guter, ein idealer Platz. Die 34. Art Cologne, in:
Süddeutsche Zeitung, Munich, November 6, 2000
Meister, Helga, Zu viele kindliche Seelen, in: Düsseldorfer Nachrichten,
Düsseldorf, November 6, 2000
Posca, Claudia, Die Kunst, Kunst zu sehen. Eindrücke von der 34. Art Cologne,
in: Neue Rhein Zeitung, Düsseldorf, November 6, 2000
Nebelung, Sigrid, Kronleuchter aus Plastiktüten. 21 Künstler profitieren in
diesem Jahr vom Förderprogramm der Art Cologne. Der Trend geht zur
Installation, in: Handelsblatt, Düsseldorf, November 3, 2000
Sandmann, Monika, Installationen dominieren. Förderprogramme, in: Weltkunst
Moderne, Munich, no. 10, 2000
Urs Fischer im Kunsthaus Glarus, in: Kunst-Bulletin, Zurich, June 2000, p.49, ill.
Urs Fischer, in: De Witte Raat, May/ June, 2000
Wessling, Janneke, Staketsels zonder inhoud, in: NRC, May 1, 2000, ill.
Von Arb, Eugen, Der Schöne und das Biest, Urs Fischer, in: Die
Südostschweiz, Glarus, April 7, 2000, p.5, ill.
Goldschmeding, Eugénie, Speelsheid is het sleutelwoord, in: Bldz., May , ill.
Urs Fischer, in: Cash, Zurich, April 4, 2000, p.99
Maurer, Simon, Der Künstler als 'Büetzer', in: Tages Anzeiger, Zurich, no. 63,
April 25, 2000, p. 63
Annäherungen an die Oberflächen einer Wirklichkeit, in: Die Südostschweiz, Glarus,             February 28, 2000, p.7
Coomer, Martin, Urs Fischer. ICA (Museums), in: Time Out, London, February 16-23, 2000, p. 54
Jones, Jonathan, Exhibitions. Urs Fischer, in: The Guardian, London, January 24
Allfree, Claire, Art. Miriam Bäckström and Urs Fischer: Art from Europe, in: Metro,             London, January 20, 2000
Miriam Bäckström and Urs Fischer/ ICA London, in: ?, London, January 2000

1999   
Bonami, Francesco, Obrist, Hans Ulrich (ed.), Sogni/Dreams. 48th                                 Internazionale d‘ Arte – The Venice Biennial of Visual Arts, Turin                 Fondazione
Sandretto Re Rebaudengo per l‘ Arte, 1999, p. 43 (exh. cat.)
Eidgenössische Preise für Freie Kunst 1999, Zurich: Kunsthalle Zürich, (exh cat.)
Helwing, Anna, Urs Fischer, in: Le Repubbliche dell'Arte, Schweiz. Suisse.
Svizzera. Svizra: Palazzo delle Papesse. Contemporary Art Centre, Siena,
1999, o. P., ill. (exh. cat.)
Helwing, Anna, Fundamentgefummel. «Stormy weather» von Urs Fischer, in: Kunst-          Bulletin, Zurich, no. 3, March 1999, pp. 18-24
Nicolaus, Heinrich, Papesse: una finistra sulla Svizzera, in: La Voce del
Campo, ?, no. 31, August 26, 1999, p. 6
Chelotti, Chiara, Le Repubbliche dell’Arte, in: Flash Art, Milan, vol. 32, no. 217,
Summer 1999, p. 91
Coomer, Martin, 'Holding Court'. Entwistle (Upmarket), in: Time Out, London,
February 3, 1999, p. 49
Gespenstige Welt der Dinge. Urs Fischer bei Hauser & Wirth, in: Neue Zurcher                   Zeitgung        Zurich, January 27, 1999, p. 50
smr, Surfen/Pilgern. Urs Fischer, Gemütsmensch, in: Züri Tipp, Zurich, January 4, 1999

1998   
Wolfs, Rein (ed.), ironisch / ironic. maurizio cattelan, urs fischer, alicia framis,
steve mcqueen, aernout mik/marjoleine boonstra, Zurich: Migros Museum für
Gegenwartskunst Zürich, 1998, pp. 144-156, ill. (exh. cat.)
Gerster, Ulrich, Mindestens amüsant - Ironisches im Museum für Gegenwartskunst,            Zürich, in: Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Zurich, July 28, 1998
Feller, Elisabeth, Ironie oder blosse Eselei ? in: Südkurier, ?, July 21,
Altdorfer, Sabine, Ironie, Verballhornung oder was ? Verfremdung von Realität im            Museum für Gegenwartskunst Zürich, in: Limmattaler Tagblatt, Zurich, July 22,              1998/Aargauer Zeitung, Aarau, July 22, 1998
Ironie ist, wenn man trotzdem lacht, in: Voralberger Nachrichten, July 11, 1998
Maurer, Simon, Das apportierwillige Hundeskelett, in: Tages Anzeiger, Zurich, June 30,         1998
sfd, Hinterfragte Wirklichkeit, in: Berner Rundschau Bern, June 27, 1998

1997  
Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo per l'Arte (ed.), Guarene Arte 97,
Turin: Neos Edizioni, 1997, pp. 29-33, ill. (exh. cat.)
Stp, Alles mögliche nebeneinander, in: Stehplatz, Bern, no. 54, September.
Une Fiac aux couleurs de la Suisse, in: Le Journal des Arts, no. 44, September 26,            1997, pp. 13-14

1996  
Spinelli, Claudia, Urs Fischer in der Galerie Walcheturm, in: Das Kunst-Bulletin, Zurich, no. 4, April 1996, p. 40
Ugr., Besetzt. Urs Fischer in der Galerie Walcheturm, in: Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Zurich,       no. 77, April 1, 1996
Maurer, Simon, Sexy Kuhfladen, in: züritip, Zurich, ?, p.


1968 Born, Bad Kreuznach, Germany
Lives and works in Miami, FL


Education

University of Miami, School of Motion Pictures, MFA, Miami
The Slade School of Fine Art, University College, London, United Kingdom
Städelschule, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Vassar College, Poughkeepsie


Solo Exhibitions

2014 Forthcoming 
"Play", Hammer Museum, Los Angeles
"Play", MOCAD, Detroit


2013
“Dancer,” Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, Poland
“Play,” Art Unlimited Basel, Basel, Switzerland
“Hammer Projects: Dara Friedman” Hammer Museum, Los Angeles

2012
“Government Cut Freestyle,” Museum Kunst der Westküste, Alkersum, Gemany 
"Dancer," Contemporary Art Museum, Raleigh, North Carolina
"Dancer," Miami Art Museum, Miami, Florida

2011
“Dancer,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York

2009
“Shooting Gallery,” Number Three: Here and Now, Julia Stoschek Collection, Düsseldorf, Germany
“Musical,” Museum of Modern Art, New York

2008
“Musical,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York

2007
“Musical,” Public Art Fund, New York
“Tigertail,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York

2005
“Sunset Island,” The Kitchen, New York

2004
The Wrong Gallery, New York

2002
Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
“Dara Friedman,” Kunstmuseum Thun, Switzerland, (cat.)
Galleria Massimo Minini, Brescia, Italy
“Lemon Sky: Projects & Editions,” Los Angeles
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (screenings)

2001
Miami Art Museum, Miami
Site Santa Fe, Santa Fe (cat.)

2000
Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York

1998
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
“Total,” Miami Art Museum, Miami
Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York (with Mark Handforth)

1997
“Government Cut freestyle,” Miami Arts Project, Miami International Airport, Miami

1996
“she is stupid, I am worried,” Frederic Snitzer Gallery, Coral Gables (with Mark Handforth)

1992
“Maxilla Axilla: Films by Dara Friedman,” London Film-makers co-op, London, United Kingdom


Selected Group Exhibitions


2014 Forthcoming
"Dancer," ScreenDance Miami, Inkub8, Miami 
“Sacre de Printemps” curated by Raphael Gygax, Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Basel, Switzerland

2013
"CITYDANCE: An Evening of Outdoor Screenings", As part of "City of Outdoor Screenings", CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco
"A New View: Contemporary Art", St Louis Art Museum, St Louis
"Damage Control: Art and Destruction Since 1950," Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Wshington DC (forthcoming), traveling to Mudam, Luxembourg, 2014, Kunsthaus Graz, Austria, 2014
“Play,” Art Unlimited, Art Basel, Basel Switzerland
“Rhythm in it - On rhythm in contemporary art,” Aargauer Kunsthaus, Aarau, Switzerland

2012
“Grid(love)r,” Andreas Melas and Helena Papadopoulos, Athens, Greece
“Boros Collection #2,” Boros Collection, Berlin, Germany
“COSMIC LAUGHTER timewave zero, then what?” Ursula Blickle Stiftung, Krauchtal,
Germany
Wesleyan University, Contemporary Art Center (forthcoming)
"Untied Tastes of America: Artist's Films and Video selected by David Gryn," Double-bill screening: Musical and Dancer, 28th Hamburg International Short Film Festival, Germany

2011
“I Hate Karl Marx, Merry Christmas,” Espacio1414, Santurce, Puerto Rico
“Our Darkness,” Kunstlerhaus Stuttgart, Suttgard, Germany (curated by Viktor Newman)
“At Capacity,” MoCA NoMi, Miami

2010
"How Soon Now," Rubell Family Collection/ Contemporary Arts Foundation, Miami
“Off the Wall: Part 1 – Thirty Performative Actions,” The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (travels to Serralves Museum, Porto, Portugal)
"Greater New York: 5 year review," P.S.1, Long Island City

2009

“Underwater,” Western Bridge, Seattle
“Playing the City,” Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, Germany

2008

“Multiplex,” Western Bridge, Seattle
"Number One: Destroy, She Said," Julia Stoschek Collection, Düssledorf, Germany

2005
“Ange Leccia, Anselm Reyle, Dara Friedman,” Galerie Almine Rech, Paris, France

2004
“Hysterical,” Galerie Dennis Kimmerich, Düsseldorf, Germany (curated by Michele Maccarone)
“Never Never Landscape,” Atle Gerhardsen Gallery, Berlin, Germany (curated by Kirsty Bell)
Impakt Film Festival, Utrecht, Holland
Brand New and Retro, Up Projects, London, United Kingdom (cat.)

2003

“As Heavy as the Heavens- Transformation of Gravity,” Graz 2003 – Cultural City of Europe, Graz, Austria
Reg Vardy Galley, University of Sunderland, Sunderland, United Kingdom
“20th Anniversary - Welcome home,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York

2002
“Inter. Play,” The Moore building, Miami (curated by Silvia Karman Cubina and Patrick Charpenel) (cat.)
“Videodrome ll,” New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York
“There is no accounting for other people’s relationships,” Ormeau Baths Gallery, Belfast, Ireland
“Aquaria,” Landesgalerie, Linz, Austria (curated by Barbara Wall)

2001
“The Americans New Art,” Barbican Gallery, London, United Kingdom (curated by Mark Sladen), (cat.)
American Academy in Rome, Italy (cat.)
“Gravita Zero,” Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome, Italy (curated by Bartolomeo Pietromarchi and Maria Grazia Tolomeo), (cat.)

2000

Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (cat.)
“Black Box,” CCAC Institute, Oakland (curated by Larry Rinder)
“Making Time: Considering Time as a Material in Contemporary Art Film & Video,” Palm, Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, Palm Beach, UCLA Hammer Museum, Los Angeles (curated by Amy Cappelazzo), (cat.)

1999
“Heads Up,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, (curated by Bonnie Clearwater), (cat.)
“Déjà vu,” Art Miami, (curated by Amanda Cruz)
“Leftover Festivities,” Nature Morte, New Delhi, India (curated by Clarissa Dalrymple)

1998

“New Art South Florida,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami
“Independing Loop,” Swiss Institute, New York (curated by Annette Schindler), (cat.)

1997
“Celluloid Cave, Thread Waxing Space,” New York (curated by Dara Friedman), (cat.)

1994

“Filmic Self-Portraits,” Galerie Voges & Deisen, Frankfurt, Germany

1993

“One week's Public Teaching in Search of the Essence of Film,” Austrian Film Museum, Vienna, Austria, (curated by Peter Kubelka)


Awards

2000-2001
Rome Prize, American Academy in Rome, Rome, Italy

1999
Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation, New York

1998
Cultural Consortium Fellowship, Miami

1997
New Forms Miami, Miami


Selected Bibliography

2012
Hood, John, "Nite Talk: Filmmaker Dara Friedman Gets Resless at MAM," NBC Miami, February 17, reposted Huffington Post
"Miami Art Museum Receives $1 Million Grant For New Acquisitions," Huffington Post, January 27

2011
Smith, Roberta, “Review: Dara Friedman, Dancer” The New York Times, December 16

2010

Sherman, John, Bombsite.com, August
Johnson, Ken, “The Avant-Garde, No Longer Avant,” The New York Times, July 29

2008
Johnson, Ken, “Review,” The New York Times, June 20
Knowles, David, “Miami Minimal,” Men’s Vogue, February, p. 184-187
Licht, Alan, “Reality Show,” ArtReview, January 2008, p. 48-51

2007
Decter, Joshua, Review, Artforum, December 2007
Robertson, Campbell, “Turning All of Manhattan Into a Broadway Stage,” New York
Times, September 30
Garwood, Deborah, review, The New York Sun, May 3, p.22
Falconer, Morgan, review, Time Out New York, May 3-9, p. 73

2005
Cornell, Lauren, review, Time Out New York, October 6-12, p. 78
Camhi, Leslie, review, The Village Voice, September 28, p. 84
De Monchaux, Thomas, “Scene & Herd: The Artforum Diary”, Artforum.com, Sept.24

2003
Verlag, Wilhelm Fink, Himmel Schwer: Transformationen der Schwerkaft, München
(cat.)
Review, Flash Art, Jan/Feb

2002

Chasin, Noah, review, Time Out New York, November 7-14, p/ 83
Leuenberger, Samuel, review, Frieze, October, p. 101
Hattinger, Gottfried, “Kunst Sprünge,” kursiv, 9-2/02, p.38
DeCruz, Gemma, Make, Special Edition 92, p. 10-11
“Pulsschlage,” Neue Zurcher Seitung, June 15/16, No. 136, p. 60
Dambrot s Shana, “Reviews,” Tema Celeste, May/June, p. 96
Schneider, Caroline, “Preview,” Artforum, May 2002
Farquharson, Alex, “The Americans; New Art”, Art Forum, March 2002, P 136

2001
Sarah Kent, Time Out, London
Moreno, Gean, “Art (of Relation)”, Flash Art, November-December, pp. 72-73
Sladen, Mark, “Young Americans”, Blue Print, November, pp. 50-52
Moreno, Gean, Review, Flash Art, July- September, pp. 122-123
Wallach, Amei, “In Miami, a Hot Spot of Art, the Temperature’s Rising,” The New York
Times, September 16th, pp. 33-36
Van Cleve, Emily, “Fact, Fiction Intersect in Exhibit”, Albuquerque Journal, Sunday,
February 4
Pulkka, Wesley, Review, Albuquerque Journal, Sunday, March 4
Cline, Lynn, “Double Take”, The Santa Fe New Mexican, February 9-15
GariotStejskal, Richard, Review, Crosswinds Weekly, March 29- April 5
Clemmer, David, Review, The Magazine, April
Allen, Steven Robert, “Still and Moving Life”, Alibi Magazine, February 8-14
Kesterson, Marc, “Time and Again”, Dutch, No. 32, March-April, p. 56

2000
Cruz, Amanda, Fresh Cream, Phaidon Press, pp. 280
Moreno, Gean, “Déjà Vu, review” New Art Examiner, May 2000
Moreno, Gean, “Sound Check, Gean Moreno visits Dara Friedman”, Art Papers Magazine, July/ August, 2000
Saltz, Jerry, “My Sixth Sense”, Village Voice, April 4, p. 69
Review, The New Yorker, May 8
Vogel, Carol, “Biennial Buys”, The New York Times, Friday, June 2
Smith, Roberta, “Dara Friedman, Art in Review”, The New York Times, April 28

1999
Turner, Elisa, "Beach artist picked by N.Y. museum", The Miami Herald, Dec. 10
Turner, Elisa, "Moca's 'Banging art' Heralds the New and Notable", The Miami Herald, July 18
Vogel, Carol, "Surprises in Whitney's Biennial Selections", The New York Times, December 8
Feinstein, Roni, "Report from Miami: Part I, Museum Salsa", Art in America, May
Dietsch, Deborah, "Two ways about it: postwar permanence", Sun Sentinel, July 8

1998

Brackman, Yvette, "Dara Friedman + Mark Handforth", Time Out New York, Feb. 12-19, issue 125, p. 49
Clearwater, Bonnie, "new art: south florida", (catalogue), Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, May
Dellinger, Jade, "Cityscape Miami", Flash Art (interview), March-April, p. 72
Johnson, Ken, "Art in review: Dara Friedman and Mark Handforth", The New York Times, Feb. 6
Molon, Dominic, "Dara Friedman, Creator/Destroyer, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago", Aug. 31 - Oct. 19
Purcell, Greg, "Dara Friedman", New Art Examiner (Chicago), Nov., p. 49
Turner, Elisa, "Prints, videos are art fellows' canvas of choice", The Miami Herald (exhibition review New Art: South Florida), May 17

1997

"Celluloid Cave", Contemporary Visual Arts (New York), issue 14, p. 94
Smith, Roberta, "Art in Review: Young artists play with film", New York Times, June 27
Young, Lisa and Friedman, Lisa, "celluloid cave" (exhibition booklet)

1996 Cantor, Judy, "Art: Techno Trashing", New Times (Miami), July 18-24


Publications

2002
“Dara Friedman,” Kunstmuseum Thun, Thun, Austria
“Dara Friedman,” Site Santa Fe, Santa Fe



1969 Born Hong Kong
Lives and works in Miami, FL

Education

1988-92 The Slade School of Fine Art, University College, London, UK
1990-91 Staatliche Hochschule fur Bildende Kunste, Stadelschule, Frankfurt am Main, Germany



Solo Exhibitions

2013

Black Bird, Public Installation, Maag Areal, Maagplatz, Zürich, Switzerland
Horseshoe, Public installation, Abbaye de Cluny, France
Galleria Franco Noero, Turin, Italy
Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zürich, Switzerland

2012
L’Etoile de Bagnolet, Permanent installation, Place de la Porte de Bagnolet, Paris, France

2011
“Rolling Stop,” Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami (cat.)
Hessel Museum of Art and CCS Galleries, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson
“MCA Chicago Plaza Project: Mark Handforth,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

2010
Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
The Modern Institute, Glasgow, Scotland

2009
Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, Norway (with Urs Fischer and Georg Herold)

2008
Galerie Almine Rech, Paris, France
Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich, Switzerland
Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York

2007
“Platz,” Galerie Eva Presenhuber/Tessinerplatz, Zurich, Switzerland
“Concentrations 51: Mark Handforth,” Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas

2006
Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich, Switzerland
“Mark Handforth – No,” The Modern Institute, offsite, Glasgow, Scotland

2005
Stroom, Den Haag, Netherlands
Galerie Almine Rech, Paris, France
Fondation Vasarely, Aix-en-Provence, France
Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
Kunsthaus Zürich, Zurich, Switzerland (cat.)

2004
Wrong Gallery, New York
Roma Roma Roma, Rome, Italy
The Modern Institute, Glasgow, Scotland

2003
Le Consortium, Dijon, France
“Lamppost,” a Public Art Fund commission, New York

2002
UCLA Hammer Museum, Los Angeles
Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
Galleria Franco Noero, Turin, Italy

2000
“Free Bird,” Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York

1998

Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York (with Dara Friedman)

1997
Miami Arts Project, four bus shelters for Metro-Dade Art in Public Places, Miami

1996
“she is stupid I am worried,“ Frederic Snitzer Gallery, Miami (with Dara Friedman),
“not from where I'm standing,” Project Room, Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami

1994
“Cheap,” Jason Rubell Gallery, Miami Beach (with Adam Kuczynski)

1991
Galerie Krieg, Frankfurt am Main, Germany



Group Exhibitions

2013
"Room to Live: Recent Acquisitions and Works from the Collection," Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
“Retour du monde,” Publicly commissioned art on a Paris tram route, Musée d’art moderne et contemporain, Geneva, Switzerland
Marseille-Provence 2013, place François Villon, Aix en Provence, France

2012
"Luminale Midwest: Sunlight on Cold Water," Kunsthalle Detroit, Detroit
"Hors les Murs," FIAC Jardin des Tuileries, Paris, France

2011
“Painting Show,” Eastside Projects, Birmingham, United Kingdom
"American Exuberance," Rubell Family Collection, Miami

2010
“Born in Dystopia,” Rosenblum Collection, Paris, France (cat.)
“At Home/Not at Home,” Hessel Museum of Art, New York
“Ghost Colour,” Collection Vanmoerkerke, Oostende, Belgium

2009
“Tonite,” The Modern Institute, Glasgow, Scotland
“Beg Borrow and Steal,” Rubell Family Collection, Miami
“Mapping the Studio: Artists from the François Pinault Collection,” Palazzo Grassi/Punta della Dogana, Venice, Italy
“We Are Sun-kissed and Snow-blind,” Galerie Patrick Seguin invites Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Paris, France

2008
“Pivot Points: Defining MOCA’s Collection,” Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami
“The Freak Show,” Musée de la Monnaie, Paris, France
“The Complexity of the Simple,” L & M Arts, New York

2007
"Disorder in the House," Vanhaerents Art Collection, Brussels, Belgium
“Jubilee Exhibition,” House Eva Presenhuber, Vnà, Switzerland
“Château de Tokyo/Tokyo,” Redux, Ile de Vassivière, France
“From Site to Site: Light Art in Parks,” Villas, and Museums, Internationale Lichttage Winterthur, Switzerland
“The Freak Show,” Musée d’Art Contemporain de Lyon, Lyon, France

2006
“The Uncertainty of Objects and Ideas,” Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington DC (cat.)
“5 Milliards d’Années,” Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France
“La Force de l’Art,” Le Grand Palais, Paris, France
“Optik Schröder,” Sammlung Alexander Schröder, Kunstverein Braunschweig, Braunschweig, Germany (cat.)
“Boomrang,” Swiss Institute, New York

2005
“Light Art from Artificial Light,” ZKM Museum for Contemporary Art, Karlsruhe, Germany (cat.)
“Lotissement de Cimaises,” Villa Arson, Nice, France (cat.)

2004
“Never Never Landscape,” Atle Gerhardsen, Berlin, Germany (curated by Kirsty Bell)
“Terminal 5,” JFK Airport, New York (cat.)
Regen Projects, Los Angeles
“It’s all an Illusion,” Migros Museum, Zurich, Switzerland
Galerie Almine Rech, Paris, France
“Keep Your Head to the Sky,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
“Genesis Sculpture,” Domaine de Pommery, Reims, France (cat.)
“Whitney Biennial,” Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (cat.)

2003
“Inaugural Group Exhibition,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
“Coollustre,” Collection Lambert en Avignon, Avignon, France (curated by Eric Troncy) (cat.)
“It Happened Tomorrow,” Lyon Biennale, Lyon, France (cat.)
“Breathing the Water,” Galerie Hauser & Wirth & Presenhuber, Zurich, Switzerland
“20th Anniversary- Welcome home,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York

2002
“My head is on fire but my heart is full of love,” Charlottenborg Exhibition Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark (cat.)

2001
“Humid,” The Moore Building, Miami, (curated by Dominic Molon) (cat.)
“Lokalzeit,” Johanniterbrücke, Basel, Switzerland

2000
“Making Art in Miami: Travels in Hyperreality,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami
“Deja-Vu,” Art Miami, Miami, FL (curated by Amanda Cruz)

1999

“Heads-up,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami
“Leftover Festivities,” Nature Morte, Delhi, India (curated by Clarissa Dalrymple)

1998
“new art: south florida,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami (cat.)
“Oriental Nights performance,” Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York, NY

1997
“Bobois,” Galerie Krinzinger, Art Miami, Miami

1996

“Joint Venture,” Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna, Austria

1993
Jason Rubell Gallery, Miami Beach

1991
“Zwischen Dürer und Holbein,“ Städel, Frankfurt am Main, Germany



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2010
Kotze, Talitha, Review, The List, July
Moira, Jeffrey, Scotsman News, June 29

2009
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2008
Sheets, Hilarie, Critic’s Pick, ArtNews, November
Cairns, Steven, MAP Magazine, Summer
Feinstein, Roni, “Handforth’s Fallen Angels,” Art in America, May, p. 180-183
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Rosenberg, Karen, Review, New York Times, March 21
Kerr, Merrily, Review, Time Out New York, March 19-25
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2007
Gayer, John, “The Uncertainty of Objects and Ideas; Review,” Art Papers, March/April, pp. 46-47 (illus.)
Kuo, Michelle, “The Uncertainty of Objects and Ideas: Recent Sculpture; Review,” (illus.) Artforum, February, p. 2007
“Looking Back,” (illus.) Frieze, January-February, pp. 16-17

2006
“Cinq Milliards d’Annees,” (illus.), Palais/, Fall/Winter 2006-7, pp. 6-7, 24, 26-27
Ulmer, Brigitte, “Kunstszene unter Palmen,” Bolero, December pp. 78-80
Burton, Johanna and Ellegood, Anne, “The Uncertainty of Objects and Ideas: Recent
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2005
The New Yorker, May 23, p. 20
“13 Questions for Dara Friedman and Mark Handforth by The Wrong Gallery,” The Wrong Times,
p. 1
Ribas, Joao, Review, Time Out, May 12 – 18, p. 74
Lunn, Felicity, Review, Artforum, May, p. 242
Trocy, Eric; Varadinis, Mirjam; “Mark Handforth,” published by JRP/Ringier, Zurich
Bonnet, Frederic; Varadinis, Mirjam; “Mark Handforth,” published by Les Presses du Reel, Dijon
Lauf, Cornelia, Review, Art In America, January, pp. 134-135
“Work in Progress,” photo by Jason Schmidt, V Magazine, April, p. 106

2004
Ribas, João, “The Other Side of Paradise,” Art Review, Dec/Jan 04-05 pp.94-97
Trainor, James, “Road to Ruin,” Frieze, Issue 85, September, pp. 89 – 91; 62-63 (ill.)
Mottram, Jack, “Making His Mark,” Sunday Herald, Aug 1, 2004 p. 19 (UK)
Diez, Renato, “Alla Biennale del Whitney,” Arte, May, pp. 104-111
“American Art in the Spotllght” Whitney 2004 Biennial, NY Times (ill.)
Walker, Andrew Lee; Ward, Rachel K.’ “Terminal 5,” published by Lukas & Sternberg, New York
Weyland, Jocko, “American Splendor,” Time Out New York, March 4-11,
pp.12-15
Moreno, Gean, “Art Basel 2003,” Loft, December-January 2004, p. 60
Kimmelman, Michael, “The Whitney’s Heavy Lifters Look Back,” The New York Times, May 30, p. 22 (Ill.)
Heartney, Eleanor, “The Well-Tempered Biennial,” Art in America, June/July, p.70-77
Genesis Sculpture, published by Beaux Arts Magazine, Hors Serie, edited by Stephanie Moisdon

2003
de Brugerolle, Marie, “It Happened Tomorrow: Lyon Biennale,” Flash Art, November-December, pp. 41, 50
Bonnet, Frederic, “A Changing World,” Excerpt from 10 Floridians Catalog, Miami Art Central, City Miami
Frédéric Bonnet, "Troubles quotidiens", in Mouvement, n° 25,
novembre-décembre, pp. 56-59
“Lamp Unto Thy Feet,” The New York Times, April 30, p. B4
Troncy, Eric, “Decryptage,” Numero, March, pp. 323-328
Troncy, Eric, “A Future One Would Like to Be Able to Defer,” Parkett No. 79, p189-196.
Troncy, Eric, Coollustre, published by Les Presses du Réel, Dijon
Casadio, Maruccia, “Archeologic,” Vogue Italia, October, No. 626, pp. 677-681

2002
Smith, Roberta, “Art in Review,” The New York Times, March 22, 2002 p E36
Adm, No. 134, July, p. 118
González, Manuel E., et. Al, 10 Floridians, published by Miami Art Central

2001
Molon, Dominic, Humid., published by The Moore Building, Miami
Moreno, Gean, “Cityscape Miami”, Flash Art, November/December, pp. 59-60
Wallach, Amei, “In Miami, a Hot Spot of Art, the Temperature’s Rising,” The New York Times, September 16th, pp. 33-36

1999
Gean, Moreno, “Mark Handforth: Studio View,” New Art Examiner, October
Feinstein, Roni, “Report from Miami,” Art in America, May

1998
Basualdo, Carlos, “cream: contemporary art in culture,” Phaidon Press, London
Brackman, Yvette, “Dara Friedman & Mark Handforth,” Time Out New York (review), February 12-19
Johnson, Ken. “Dara Friedman and Mark Handforth” New York Times, Feb 6
Dellinger, Jade, “Flash Art Cityscape” (interview), Flash Art Magazine,
March-April
Turner, Elisa, “Art Fellows, canvas of choice,” (review ), The Miami Herald, June 27

1996
Busse, Bettina, “Joint Venture,” Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna, Austria, October (cat.)
Cantor, Judy, “Techno Trashing,” New Times, July 18
Turner, Elisa, “Latest MOCA installation speaks of art without an angle,” The Miami Herald, June
Clearwater, Bonnie, “not from where I'm standing” (review), Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, May
Kimmelman, Michael, “Ambitious Miami Reaches for a Place in the Sun,” New York Times, March 31

1994
Kohen, Helen, “Revenge of the Artist,” The Miami Herald, April 15
Zarko, Cyn, “Basic Instinct,” Ocean Drive magazine, June

1993
Kohen, Helen, '”A Glimpse at a Chosen Few,” The Miami Herald, July 23


Selected collections

Dallas Museum of Art
Le Consortium
FRAC Centre
Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
Francois Pinault Collection
Rachofsky Collection
Rubell Family Collection
Whitney Museum of American Art


1966 
Born New York
Lives and works in New York


Education

1987 
B.A. Philosophy, Wesleyan University, Connecticut


Solo Exhibitions

2013 
Mrs. Carter and the Diet Cola for Men War, Galerie Barbara Weiss, Berlin, Germany 
Group Self-portrait in “Mirror #1 (Six Panels),” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York

2012 
Your Land/My Land: Election ‘12, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, St. Louis; Contemporary Art Museum Raleigh, Raleigh; Arm and Hammer Museum of Art and Culture Center, Los Angeles; Contemporary Art Museum Houston, Houston; Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, Salt Lake City; New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York; Telfair Museums, Savannah 
Secret Life, Sadie Coles HQ, London, UK (with Elizabeth Peyton) 
Self-portraits in “Mirror #1,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York (cat.)

2011 
Art, History, Sadie Coles HQ, London, UK

2010 
Minimalist Works from the Holocaust Museum, Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee, UK 
Go Vegan!, LaFrieda Meats/Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York

2009 
And/Or, MoMA PS1, New York (curated by Klaus Biesenbach) (cat.) 
Apocalypto Now, Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany 
Free Store, Sadie Coles HQ, London, UK

2008 
Obama ‘08, Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York

2007 
People Like War Movies, Galerie Barbara Weiss, Berlin, Germany 

2006 
Rome, Sadie Coles HQ, London, UK

2005
 
The New Communism, Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York 
Silent Movie, Yvon Lambert Gallery, New York 

2004 
Galerie Barbara Weiss, Berlin, Germany

2003 
Silent Movie, Martix 151, Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford 
Surreal Estate, Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York (with Rob Pruitt) 
Buero Friedrich, Berlin, Germany 
Galerie Yvon Lambert, Paris, France

2002
Go Vegan!, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York 
Pillow Talk, Sadie Coles HQ, London, UK

2001 
Time, Life, People: Jonathan Horowitz at Kunsthalle St. Gallen, Kunsthalle St. Gallen, Switzerland
Galerie Yvon Lambert, Paris, France
We the People, China Art Objects Galleries, Los Angeles
In Person, Bard College Center for Curatorial Studies, Annandale-on- Hudson (curated by Kim Simon)

2000 
The Jonathan Horowitz Show, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York 
The Universal Calendar/talking without thinking, Van Laere 
Contemporary Art, Antwerp, Belgium

1998
Bach Two Part Invention #9, Kenny Schachter/Rove, New York 
Maxell, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York


Selected Group Exhibitions

2014
Paparazzi! Photographers, Stars, and Artists
, Centre Pompidou-Metz, Metz, France traveling to Schirn Kunstalle, Frankfurt

2013
 
BiennaleOnline 2013.
In the Heart of the Country, The collection of the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, Poland 
Beg, Borrow, and Steal, Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Desert
The Cat Show, White Columns, New York (curated by Rhonda Lieberman) 
Your Content Will Return Shortly, Franklin Street Works, Stamford

2012 
For President, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin, Italy
Skyscraper: Art and Architecture Against Gravity, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Chicago
Video Killed the Radio Star, Warsaw Museum of Contemporary Art, Warsaw, Poland Escape: Video Art, Guild Hall, East Hampton
Miracles, Art, Science and Religion, Kunsthalle Krems, Krems an der Donau, Austria Ministry of Truth, Boers-Li Gallery, Beijing, China
Synchrony, Hunter Museum of American Art, Chattanooga, TN

2011 
Miracles, Deichtorhallen Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany (curated by the Praxis für Ausstellung und Theorie- Hürlimann/Lepp/Tyradellis) 
Flags for Venice, Istituto Svizzero di Roma and Swiss Institute, Venice, Italy Commercial Break, presented by the Garage Center for Contemporary Culture, 54th Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy (curated by Neville Wakefield)
Replay: Out of Storage III, Musée d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg (curated by Clément Minighetti)
Day of the Locust, White Flags Projects, St. Louis
Wit, Paddle8, www.paddle8.com, New York (curated by Glenn O’Brien)
Wunder, Deichtorhallen, Hamburg, Germany. Traveling to Kunsthalle Krems (2012 Secret Societies, Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, Germany; Museé d’art Contemporain de Bordeaux, Bordeaux, France (curated by Christina Ricupero and Alexis Vaillant) (cat.) Sammlung auf Reisen- Time to Act, Kunsthalle Krems, Krems an der Donau, Austria Evolution Revolution, Arena 1 Gallery, Santa Monica
l.o.l.: A Decade of Antic Art, Contemporary Museum, Baltimore (curated by Sue Spaid)

2010 
Trailer Park, Teatro Margherita, Bari, Italy (curated by Jörg Heiser) Hello World, Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh, UK 
Viaggio in Italia, Palazzo Fabbroni, Pistoia, Italy (curated by Ludovico Pratesi and Benedetta Carpi De Resmini)
Christmas in July, Yvon Lambert Gallery, New York (curated by Simon Castets) Moving Images: Artists & Video/Film, Museum Ludwig, CologneThe woods that see and hear, Dertien Hectare, The Netherlands
Che cosa sono le nuvole? Artworks from the Enea Righi Collection, Museion – Museo d’arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Bolzano, Italy
SIR Cinema, Sculpture International Rotterdam, Rotterdam, Netherlands

2009 
Beg Borrow and Steal, Rubell Family Collection, Miami
Saints and Sinners, Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA

2008 
An Unruly History of the Readymade, La Colección Jumex, Mexico City, Mexico, (curated by Jessica Morgan) 
Sudden White (After London), Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK
Moral Imagination – Contemporary Art and Climate Change, Kunstmuseum Thurgau, Warth, Switzerland; Ittinger Museum, Warth, Switzerland; and Museum Morsbroich Leverkusen, Leverkusen, Germany
Italia Italie Italien Italy Wlochy, ARCOS Museo d'Arte Contemporanea Sannio, Benevento, Italy (curated by Gigiotto Del Vecchio, Alessandro Rabottini, Elena Lydia Scipioni, Andrea Viliani) (cat.)
Good News for People Who Love Bad News, Swiss Institute, New York (curated by Gianni Jetzer)
Other Than Yourself - An Investigation Between Inner and Outer Space, Thyssen - Bornemisza Art Contemporary, Vienna, Austria (cat.)

2007 
RAW, Museum of Modern Art, New York
In The Poem About Love You Don't Write The Word Love, Overgarden Institut for Samtidskunst, Copenhagen, Denmark (curated by Tanya Leighton)
Playback, ARC/Musee d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris, France (cat.)
The Future of Futurism, GAMeC/Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Bergamo, Italy
MARTa is silent. Garde le silence, le silence te gardera, MARTa Herford Museum, Herford, Germany
New York: State of Mind, House of World Cultures, Berlin, Germany; Queens Museum, New York (curated by Shaheen Merali) (cat.)
Lines, Grids, Stains, Words, Museum of Modern Art, New York, organized by Christian Rattemeyer; Traveling to Museu de Arte Contemporanea de Serralves, Portugal, and Museum Wiesbaden, Germany (cat.)
Love Addiction: Practices in Video Art from ’61 to the Present, Galleria Comunale d'Arte Contemporanea, Monfalcone, Italy (curated by Andrea Bruciati)
Das Kapital - Blue Chips and Masterpieces, Museum fur Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt, Germany
Art in America: 300 Years of Innovation, National Art Museum of China, Beijing; Shanghai Museum and the Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai (organized by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation and the Terra Foundation for American Art) (cat.) 
Raw. Among the Ruins, Marres Center for Contemporary Art, Maastricht, The Netherlands (curated by Lisette Smits and Alexis Vaillant) (cat.)

2006 
Defamation of Character, MoMA PS1, New York (curated by Neville Wakefield)
Repeat Redux, Screening and Performance Series, Whitney Museum of American Art at Altria, New York
Into Me/ Out of Me, MoMA PS1, New York; KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, Germany; MACRO Museum of Contemporary Art at Mattatoio, Rome, Italy (curated by Klaus Biesenbach) (cat.)
Down by Law, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (curated by Maurizio Cattelan, Massimiliano Gioni, and Ali Subotnick) (cat.)
The Eighth Square: Gender, Life, and Desire in the Visual Arts Since 1960, Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany (curated by Kasper Konig and Frank Wagner) (cat.)
The Kate Show, Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands (curated by Rita Ackermann and Olivier Zahm)
Figures de l‘acteur: Le Paradoxe du comedien, Collection Lambert, Avignon, France (cat.)
Modern Times, Museo d'Arte Provincia di Nuoro, Nuoro, Italy, (curated by Maria Rosa Sossai) (cat.)
The Name of the Show Is Not ‘Gay Art Now’, Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York (curated
by Jack Pierson)
Survivor, Bortolami Dayan Gallery, New York (curated by David Rimanelli) (cat.)
Take One, Glassell School of Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (curated by Domenick Ammirati)
The Fact, Abstract, Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs, New York (curated by Claire Barliant)

2005 
Superstars, The Celebrity Factor. From Warhol to Madonna, Kunstahlle Wien, Vienna, Austria (cat.) 
Log Cabin, Artists Space, New York (curated by Jeffrey Uslip)
Realit;-)t. 30 Video Works from the Goetz Collection in Munich. From Olaf Breuning to
Sam Taylor-Wood, Seedamm Kulturzentrum, Pfaffikon, Switzerland
Jump Cut Nights, SK Stiftung Kultur, Cologne, Germany
Museumsnacht, SK Stiftung Kultur, Cologne, Germany
What’s New Pussycat?, Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt, Germany (cat.) 
5 ans, Collection Lambert en Avignon, Avignon, France
Theorema. Une Collection Privee en Italie la Collection d'Enea Righi, Collection Lambert, Avignon, France
The Wonderful Fund Collection, La Musée de Marrakech, Marakech, Morocco (cat.)

2004 
The Future Has a Silver Lining. Geneologies of Glamour, Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Zürich, Switzerland (cat.) 
The Ten Commandments, The Deutsches Hygiene-Museum, Dresden, Germany, (curated by Klaus Biesenbach) (cat.)
100 Artists See God, The Jewish Museum San Francisco, San Francisco; Laguana Art Museum, Laguana Beach; Contemporary Art Center of Virginia, Virginia Beach (2005); Institute of Contemporary Arts London, London, UK (2005) (curated by John Baldessari and Meg Cranston) (cat.)
A Fripon, Frion et Demi. Pour une Ecole Buissonniere, Collection Lambert, Avignon, France
Drunk vs. Stoned, Gavin Brown's enterprise at Passerby, New York, (organized by The General Store)
Marilyn: from Anastasi to Weegee, Sean Kelly Gallery, New York
Aus acktuellem Anlass, Johann König, Berlin
Let the Bullshit Run a Marathon, Nicole Klagsbrun, New York, curated by Nate Lowman

2003 
Love, Bregenzer Art Association and Magazin4, Berlin, Germany (cat.) 
Dust Memories, Swiss Institute, New York 
First Person, Mercer Union, Toronto, Canada, (curated by Kim Simon)
Homeland, The Whitney Independent Study Program, New York
20th Anniversary Exhibition, Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York
Nation, Kunstverein Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany (curated by Rene Zechlin) (cat.) 
La Nuit Americaine, Yvon Lambert New York, New York 
Parle a Mes Peres, Collection Lambert at PhotoEspana, Madrid, Spain

2002 
Just Love Me: Post/Feminist Positions of the 1990s from the Goetz Collection, Bergen 
Kunstmuseum, Bergen, Norway; Staatlich Kunsthalle, Baden-Baden, Germany; Sammlung Goetz, Munich, Germany (2002-3) (cat.)
The Object Sculpture, The Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, UK (selected by
Tobias Rehberger, Joelle Tuerlinckx and Keith Wilson, curated by Penelope Curtis) (cat.) 
Tableaux Vivants, Kunsthalle Wien, Austria, curated by Sabine Folie and Michael Glasmeier (cat.)
Non-Places, Kunstverein Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany (cat.)
Dark Spring, Ursual Blickle Stiftung, Kraichtal-Unterowisheim, Germany, (curated by Liam Gillick) (cat.) 
Zusammenhaenge Herstellen, Kunstverein in Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany (cat.) 
Mensaje De Texto, Galeria Helga De Alvear, Madrid, Spain

2001 
The Americans. New Art, Barbican Art Gallery, London, UK (cat.) 
Casino 2001, Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Ghent, Belgium, (curated by Jeanne Greenberg) (cat.)
Tele(visions), Kunsthalle Wein, Austria, curated by Joshua Decter (cat.)
4FREE, Burofriedrich, Berlin, Germany (cat.) 
Video Mania, Migros Museum fur Gegenwartskunst, Zürich, Switzerland 
Annonyme, Rencontres Internationales de La Photographie, Arles, France (cat.) 
Fresh: The Altoids Curiously Strong Collection, 1998-2000, The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York
Desins, Ecole Regionale Des Beaux-Artes, Dunkerque, France Pause, Marc Foxx Gallery, Los Angeles
Metropolis Now, Brusan Kültür Sanat, Istanbul, Turkey (cat.)

2000 
Over the Edges, Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Ghent, Belgium (curated by Jan Hoet and Giacinto di Pietrantonio) (cat.) 
Greater New York: New Art in New York Now, MoMA PS1, New York (cat.)
Making Time: Considering Time as a Material in Contemporary Film & Video, Palm Beach Institute for Contemporary Art, Palm Beach, Florida; University of California Los Angeles Arm and Hammer Museum, Los Angeles (curated by Amy Cappellazzo) (cat.)
New York Projects, Delfina Project Space, London, UK (curated by Luke Dowd) 
Achieving Failure: Gym Culture 2000, Thread Waxing Space, New York, (curated by Bill Arning)
New Work from New York, Cheekwood Museum of Art, Nashville
Pop Unlimited, Special Program, International Short Film Festival
Oberhausen, Germany (cat.)

1999 
Zeitwenden -The Outlook, Kunstmuseum Bonn, Bonn, Germany; Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wein, Austria, Germany (cat.) 
Regarding Beauty in Performance and Media Arts, 1967-1998; Program III- Icons of Beauty, Hirschorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington DC; Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany (cat.)
The Opening. the Collection in the New Museum of Contemporary Art of Contemporary Art, Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Ghent, Belgium (cat.)
Exit, Chisenhale, London, UK (curated by Allison Gingeras)
Persuasion: Tales of Commerce and the Avant-garde, University at Buffalo Art Gallery/Research Center in Art + Culture, Buffalo (cat.)
interplay, The Contemporary Museum of Art, Tucson, Arizona, (curated by Caitlin Masley)
New York Neither/Nor, Grand Arts, Kansas City (curated by Bill Arning)
Conceptual Art as Neurobiological Praxis, Thread Waxing Space, New York (curated by Warren Neidich)
A Place Called Lovely, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York (curated by Sima Familant)

1998 
Invited Exhibition of Visual Art 1998, Limerick City Gallery of Art, Limerick, Ireland (cat.) Cambio, Museo Universitario del Chopo, Mexico City, Mexico (cat.)
Oriental Nights, Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York
Group Show, The Fifth International, curated by Jennifer Bornstein and Chivas Clem, New York 
Biovoid, Museum of Natural History, Lisbon, Portugal (cat.)
Tune In, Lawing Gallery, Houston
Superfreaks: Post Pop & the New Generation; Part I, Trash, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York

1997 
Bring Your Own Walkman, Achterzaal, Amsterdam, Holland (curated by Jack Jaeger) 
Thriller, 303 Gallery, New York (curated by Tom Borgese Group Show); Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York
Hotel 17 performance series, 192 Third Avenue, New York

1996 
Password: Ferdydurke, Postmasters Gallery, New York
The Strange Power of Cheap Sentiment, White Columns, New York (curated by Bill Arning)
Facing the Millennium, The Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington (curated by Kenny Schacter)

1995 
Gang Warfare, Independent Art Space, London, UK; McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Dallas; The Consortium, Dijon, France (curated by Michael Corris) (cat.)
Looky Loo, Sculpture Center, New York (curated by Kenny Schachter) (cat.) 1994 Played, Printed Matter, New York (curated by Kenny Schachter)

1993
Arts Festival of Atlanta, Atlanta (cat.)

1992 
Morality Cafe, Postmasters Gallery, New York

1991 
Unlearning, 142 Greene Street, New York (curated by Kenny Schachter)

1989 
Document and Dream, Artists Space, New York (curated by Dan Walworth) (cat.)


Solo Screenings

2009 
Light Industry, Brooklyn

2005 
L'Entrepot, Paris, France (presented by Ann Bonnin) 2000 "Personal Cinema Program," Millennium, New York


Curatorial Projects

2012 
We the People, Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, New York (curated by Jonathan Horowitz & Allison Gingeras)

2006 
Two Friends and So On, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York (curated by Jonathan Horowitz & Rob Pruitt)

2001 
Two Friends and So On, Marc Foxx Gallery, Los Angeles (curated by Jonathan Horowitz & Rob Pruitt)

2000 
Two Friends and So On, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York (curated by Jonathan Horowitz & Rob Pruitt)

1996 
Howard the Duck, zing magazine, Autumn-Winter Publications by Artist

2010 
Horowitz, Jonathan, 
This is This, Mousse Magazine Peephole #4, Spring 2001 Horowitz, Jonathan, Help Name My Cat, Kunsthalle St. Gallen

1999
 
Horowitz, Jonathan, 
The Universal Calendar, Kunstmuseum Bonn

1998 
Horowitz, Jonathan, 
Bach Two Part Invention #9, Audio CD, self-published 1997 Horowitz, Jonathan, Stairmaster Anthology, self-published

Selected Bibliography

2013 
Moshakis, Alex, "5 Highlights from Art Basel 2013," 
W Magazine, June
Douglas, Sarah, "Pack Heavy for Your European Art Trip, Get Free Stuff," 
Gallerist NY, May
Horowitz, Jonathan, "500 Words," 
Artforum, June
Lesser, Casey, “Jonathan Horowitz Brings 'Free Store' to Art Basel”, 
Art in America, May Frieze New York: Part 2ArtReview, April

2012 
Velasco, David, “Collins Calling”, 
Artforum.com, December 8
Binlot, Ann, “Richard Phillips and Cecilia Dean Give and Get at Jonathan Horowitz’s ‘Free Store”, 
Artinfo.com, December 7
Kennedy, Randy, “Voting Against Ruffled Feathers”, 
The New York Times, November 1 Kennedy, Randy, “Leaving Polarization At the Door”, The New York Times, September 27
Bonami, Francesco, “La cultura e il potere”, 
La Stampa, September 18
Toroian Keaggy, Diane, “Director wants Contemporary to be community living room”, 
St.
Louis Today, September 8
“Jonathan Horowitz's Mirror Self Portraits At Gavin Brown Enterprise”, The HuffingtonPost, March 15
Plagens, Peter, “The Looking-Glass Selves”, Wall Street Journal, March 31

2011
Cooper, Ivy, “Review: White Flag examines art's meaning”, 
St. Louis Beacon, November 24 
Wilson, Calvin, “White Flag's 'Day of the Locust' deals with failed idealism”, stltoday.com, November 11
Barone, Laura Elizabeth, “Day of the Locust at White Flag Projects”, 
Temporary, November 10 
Sekhri, Rajiv, Freemasonry, “Al-Qaeda Secrets Exposed in Frankfurt for Puzzlers”, Bloomberg, July 19
Doubai, Rosalie, Review, 
Time Out London, March 22

2010 
Cosgrove, Jessica, “An Artist’s Impression”, 
The Courier, December 15 Black, Catriona, “Maximising Impact”, The Herald Scotland, November 26 Cairns, Steve, I”n Conversation: Jonathan Horowitz”, MAP, Autumn Issue Harris, Jane, “Dinner Conversation”, Art in America, June 16 
Bodin, Claudia, “Alle Macht Den Veganern!”, Art Germany Online, May 20 http://www.art-magazin.de/kunst/29766/gavin_brown_new_york Yablonsky, Linda, A Vegan Meat Locker with a Heartbeat, T Magazine, May 13 
Jackson, Candace, “Downtown Art Show Sends Meat Packing”, The Wall Street Journal, May 8
Siegel, Miranda, “Going the Way of All Flesh”, 
New York Magazine, May 7
“Fashion People Are People Too”, Project. 
V Magazine 63, Spring Preview: 52-3

2009
Bell, Kirsty, “State of the Nation”, 
Frieze November/December:112-117
McGinley, Ryan, “My Top 10 Art Films”, 
Vice Magazine Sept.: 40-1
Tollmann, Vera, “Jonathan Horowitz, Apocolypto Now”, 
goethe.de/climate. Online. September
Rabottini, Alessandro, “As Tim Gunn Would Say”, Interview. 
Mousse Summer: 23-5
Was ihr woltMonopol July: 45
Lack, Jessica, 
Artist of the Week: “Jonathan Horowitz”, Guardian UK Online 20 May “Rebranding America”, Project. Paper Magazine May: 62
Ochalla, Bryan, “Acting Up”, Interview. 
A&U: America's AIDS Magazine April: 18-21 Schreiber, Daniel, “Der diskrete Democrat”, Monopol April: 74-81
Pulimood, Steve, “Jonathan Horowitz: And/Or”, 
Art in America April
Hawgood, Alex, “The Insider: Jonathan Horowitz”, Interview. 
T Magazine Blog. Online. 13 March
<< http://tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/03/13/the-insider-jonathan-horowitz/ >> Cordeiro, Will, “NYC’s P.S.1 Offers The Good and The Ugly”,
The Cornell Daily Sun 24 March
Halle, Howard. Review of “And/Or”, 
Time Out New York March: 19-25
“Pillow Talk at Calvin Klein Collection Flagship”, WWD.com. Online. 13 March
Beasley, Mark, “What to see this month by Mark Beasley”, 
Art Review March
Cotter, Holland, “When a Can of Worms Is Opened, An Artist Does Some Fishing”, Review of 
And/Or at P.S. 1. New York Times 25 Feb.: C1, 7
Decter, Joshua. Review of “Obama '08”, 
Artforum Jan.: 207-8

2008 
Bollen, Christopher, “15 for ’09”, Interview. 
Interview Dec/Jan.:
della Porta Raffo, Mauro. “Obama Story”, 
Vanity Fair Italia 11 Dec.: 1, 46-48
Kley, Elisabeth, “Gotham Art & Theater”, 
Artnet Magazine, 2 Dec.
Hintz, Katie, “Celebrating Art, Commerce, Oh And History, At Gavin Brown”, 
style.com. Online. 5 Nov.
Pearse, Emma, “Artist Jonathan Horowitz Is Just As Excited As You Are”, 
New York
Magazine Vulture Blog. Online. 5 Nov.
Alexsander, Irina, “Art Meets Life! If Obama Loses, Gavin Brown Will Have a Lot of Extra Balloons”, The New York Observer. Online. 4 Nov

2007 
Johnson, Ken. "Never Mind the Map: Sometimes New York is More of an Idea." 
New York Times 21 Dec. 
Baier, Simon. Jonathan Horowitz at Galerie Barbara Weiss, Berllin. Text Zur Kunst 68, Dec.
Uovo Magazine, Collaboration with Rob Pruitt, Issue 15, Oct – Dec., p. 286-89, 312-13 Lyall, Sarah, “In London, Art and Commerce Scratch Backs”,New York Times 13 Oct. Searle, Adrian, “Frieze Art Fair: Tenner For Your Thoughts, Dinos?’, The Guardian 11 Oct 
Williames, Eliza, “Collecting Overview: Vanessa Branson”, Flash Art Oct.
Heiser, Jörg, “Jonathan Horowitz, Galerie Barbara Weiss, Berlin, Germany”, 
Frieze.com, September
Reichensperger, Petra, “Krieg und Kultur”, 
Zitty, das Hauptstadsmagazin 19 Sept. Brigitte Werneburg, “Kunstrundgang, Jonathan Horowitz, People Like War Movies”, die Tageszeitung 5 Sept.
Stange, Raimar, “Jonathan Horowitz, People Like War Movies”, 
Spike Art Quarterly 13: 110-111.
Stange, Raimar, “Reviews: Jonathan Horowitz, Galerie Barbara Weiss”, 
Modern Painters Nov.: 99

2006 
Smith, Roberta, “Menace, Glitter and Rock in Visions of Dystopia”, 
New York Times 29 Dec. 
Smith, Roberta, “Critic's Notebook; Chelsea Is a Battlefield: Galleries Muster Groups”, New York Times 28 July
Biesenbach, Klaus, “Into Me / Out of Me”, 
Flash Art, May/June 06: (ill. p 104) Coomer, Martin. Rev. of “Rome” Time Out London 26 Sept. 
Saltz, Jerry, “Our Crowds: a two headed butterfly flapping its wings”, Village Voice, July 6 The Wrong Gallery, “Tarzan and Jane: America – Kara Wallker and Jonathan Horowitz”, Interview/project, Domus 891, April
Wang, Michael, “Scene and Herd: Fair Game”, 
Artforum.com, 15 March 
Saltz, Jerry, “Biennial in Babylon”, Village Voice 8 March: 86. 2005 Higgs, Mathew, “Best of 2005”, Artforum Dec.: 258-9. 
Belaief, Margherita. Rev. of “The New Communism” Exibart Nov.: 56.
Rimanelli, David, “Scene and Herd: The More the Scarier”, 
Artforum.com, 21 Oct Maekawa, Akane, Ryuko Tsushin, vol. 505, July
Ammirati, Dominick, “Profile: Jonathan Horowitz”, 
Contemporary 71: 62-5.
Horowitz, Jonathan and Pruitt, Rob, “A Peacock Hill Family Album”, Photo portfolio. 
Zing Magazine 20, Winter: 216-31.
Cotter, Holland. Rev. of “Log Cabin”, 
New York Times 28 Jan.
Gray, Zoe. Rev. of “Genealogies of Glamour”, 
Contemporary 70.
“The Wonderful Fund Collection”, published by 
The Wonderful Fund, Great Britain Gingeras, Alison, “Purple News”, Purple Fashion No. 3, Spring/Summer: 38.

2004
Gingeras, Alison, “Best of 2004”, 
Artforum Dec.: 151-2, cover. DeBellevue, Lucky, “The Artists' Artists”, Artforum Dec.: 76. 
Bollen, Christopher, “Art Lives: Jonathan Horowitz”, Interview. Vman Fall-Winter: 71. Horowitz, Jonathan, as told to Dominick Ammirati, “My Pop”,Artforum Oct.: 48. “Electoral Collage: A Portfolio”, Commissioned artwork. Artforum Sept.: 237.
Baker, Christopher, “About Face”, 
Martha Stewart Holiday Halloween: 44- 51, cover.
Huster, Wiebke, “Was die Filme verschweigen”, Rev. of Jonathan Horowitz at Galerie Barbara Weiss. 
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 21 Aug.: 47
Scharrer, Eva, Critics Picks, Rev. of Jonathan Horowitz at Galerie Barbara Weiss. 
Artforum.com,19 Aug
Herbstreuth, Peter, “Mischbrot mit Peitsche”, Rev. of Jonathan Horowitz at Galerie Barbara Weiss. Tagesspiegel 24 July: 24.
Muller, Katrin Bettina, “Irrlichternde Einzelbilder”, Rev. of Jonathan Horowitz at Galerie Barbara Weiss, Tageszeitung 5 July: 23.
Jana, Reena. Rev. of “La Nuit Americaine”, ARTnews May
Verdier, Evence, Rev. of Jonathan Horowitz at Galerie Yvon Lambert, Artpress, Feb

2003 
Rosenberg, Karen. Rev. of “Dust Memories”, 
Frieze Oct.: 126-7.
Yablonsky, Linda. Rev. of “Dust Memories”, 
Time Out New York, 19 June
“Focus Video and Film, Contemporary Video Art (Part II): Jonathan Horowitz”,
Flash Art Mar.-Apr.: 94.
Exley, Roy. Rev. of “Pillow Talk”, 
Flash Art Feb.: 114.
Hammonds, Chris. Rev. of “Pillow Talk”, 
Tema Celeste 95, Feb.: 96.
Johnson, Ken. Rev. of “Surreal Estate”, 
New York Times 6 June.
Lafreniere, Steve. “Rob Pruitt and Jonathan Horowitz with Steve Lafreniere”, Interview. 
Index Sept.-Oct.: 62-68.
Levin, Kim, “Short List: Jonathan Horowitz and Rob Pruitt”, 
Village Voice
11 June.
“NYC: Overrated and Underrated”, 
Time Out New York 20 Feb.: 11.
Mulvihill, Keith, “American Gothic”, 
Time Out New York 29 May: 28-9.
Schwendener, Maria. Rev of “Surreal Estate”, 
Artforum.com. Online. 4 June.

2002 
Clem, Chivas, Rev. of “Go Vegan!”, 
Time Out New York 5 Dec.: 65. Herbert, Martin. Rev. of “Pillow Talk”, Time Out London. 30 Oct. 
Johnson, Ken. Rev. of “Go Vegan!”, New York Times 13 Dec.: E44.
Colman, David, “House of 8 Gables, Back in Black”, 
New York Times, Oct
Keil, Frank, “Schwimmtofu an Schweineportrat”, Rev. of 
Zusammenhaenge HerstellenFrankfurter Rundschau 7 Aug.
Schone, Veronika, “Diat im Kontext”, Rev. of 
Zusammenhaenge HerstellenSzene Hamburg, Aug
Dezeuze, Anna, Rev. of “The Object Sulpture”, 
Art Monthly July-Aug
Schellen, Petra, “Nach dem Mull-clash”, Rev. of 
Zusammenhaenge HerstellenTageszeitung 2 July.
Lubbock, Tom. “Colourvision”, Rev. of 
The Object SculptureIndependent Review June Fricke, Harald. Rev. of “4FREE”, Artforum March
Farquharson, Alex, Rev. of “The Americans: New Art”, 
Artforum, March

2001 
Mac Giolla Leith, Caoimhin. Rev. of “The Americans: New Art”, 
Modern Painters Winter. Rose, Matthew, “The Unexplained Explained ... Sort Of...”, Interview, art-the magazine, May
Boyer, Charles-Arthur, Rev. of “Jonathan Horowitz and Slater Bradley” at Galerie Yvon Lambert, 
Art Press 
Von Schlegell, Mark. Luis Gispert, Jonathan Horowitz, John Williams, Rev. of "Pause." Artext May-July: 76-7.
Reproduced artwork. 
Issue 5 1.5: 143.
Arning, Bill. "Defeating the Universal Spectator." 
NU: The Nordic Art Review vol. lll, no. 1: 68-71.
Moffatt, Laura. Rev. of "New York Projects." 
Art Monthly Sept.: 48-9.
Coomer, Martin. Rev. of "New York Projects." 
TimeOut London 23 Aug.: 52.
Eagly, Ursula. Rev. of "The Jonathan Horowitz Show." 
Art News Summer: 210.
Haye, Christian. "Not Afraid of Love." Reproduced artwork. 
Dutch May-June: 26-7. Schmerler, Sarah. Rev. of "The Jonathan Horowitz Show."TimeOut New York 27 Apr.: 70.

2000 
Anton, Saul. "Openings: Jonathan Horowitz." 
Artforum Nov.: 142-3. Hainley, Bruce. "Blow Up." Reproduced artwork. Frieze May: 72.
Hunt, David. "Pumping Iron." Rev. of "Achieving Failure: Gym Culture 2000." TimeOut NY 13 Apr.: 69.
Levin, Kim. Rev. of "The Jonathan Horowitz Show." Village Voice 25 Apr.
Anton, Saul. Rev. of "The Jonathan Horowitz Show." Citysearch.com. Online. Apr. Mendelsohn, Meredith. "Weekend Update." Artnet.com. Online. 4 Apr. <<www.artnet.com/magazine/reviews/mmendelsohn/mendelsohn4-4-00.asp>>
Skelton, Carl. "Bewitched." Rev. of "A Place Called Lovely." dART International 3.1: 36+. 1999 Ellegood, Anne. Rev. of “A Place Called Lovely, NY Arts”, Oct
Van-Huy, Bernadette and Kelsey, John. “Tea No. 2: Rob Pruitt and Jonathan Horowitz”, Interview. Made in U.S.A. Fall-Winter: 58-62.
Thornson, Alice. "But Seriously-Or Not." Rev. of New York Neither/NorKansas City Star 4 July.
van der Hamsvoord, Jos, “American Contemporary Artists: Jonathan Horowitz”, Artnet Academy Mar.: 37.
Smith, Roberta. Rev. of “Free Coke”, New York Times Feb. 6.
Arning, Bill. Rev. of “Maxell”, Art in America Jan.: 98-9

1998
Fahl, David. Rev. of “Tune In”, 
Artlies 19.
Schmerler, Sarah. Rev. of “Superfreaks-Post Pop & the New Generation”, 
TimeOut New York 12 Mar.
Schachter, Kenny, et. Al, “Cambio”, published 
by The Mexican Cultural Institute of New York, New York, NY
Schulz, J. Rev. of “Password: Ferdydurke”, World Art 12: 91

1996 
Mitchell, Charles Dee, “Eastern Seaboard”, Rev. of "Facing the Millenium." 
Dallas Morning Star, 28 Nov. 
Levin, Kim. Rev. of “Password: Ferdydurke”, Village Voice 12 Nov.

1995 
Barrett, David, Rev. of “Sex and Drugs and Explosives”, 
Art Monthly May.


Selected Publications

2009 
Bovier, Lionel, and Taylor, Kelly, eds, 
And/Or: Jonathan Horowitz, JRP Ringier, Zürich, Switzerland

2008 
Rattemeyer, Volker, ed, 
Lines, Grids, Stains, Words, Spangeberg: Werbedruck GmbH, Germany

2004 
Goetz, Ingvild, and Urbaschek, Stephan, eds, 
Fast Forward. Media Art Sammlung Goetz, Ingvild Goetz

2002 
Grosenick, Uta, 
Art Now, Taschen, New York

1998 
Muller, Markus, and Groos, Ulrike, eds, 
Make it funky: Crossover zwischen Musik, Pop, Avantgarde und Kunst, Oktagon, Cologne, Germany 


Public Collections

Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany
Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France
Museum of Modern Art, New York
Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt am Main, Frankfurt am Main, Germany Tate Modern, London, UK
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Ghent, Belgium
Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego
Migros Museum Museum fur Gegenwartskunst, Zürich, Switzerland Collection Lambert, Avignon, France
New Museum of Contemporary Art of Contemporary Art, New York Sammlung Goetz, Munich, Germany
Le Musée d’Art Moderne Gand-Duc Jean, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg 




Born 1927, New York
Lives and works in New York


Solo Exhibitions 

Forthcoming
"Alex Katz/Dara Friedman," Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York
"Alex Katz," Gavin Brown's enterprise, Los Angeles, California
"Alex Katz: 40 Years of Portraits, 1969- 2014," Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, France
"Alex Katz," Tate Modern, London, UK
"Alex Katz," Timothy Taylor Gallery, London, UK 
"Alex Katz," Galeria Javier Lopez, Madrid, Spain 
"Alex Katz," Albertina, Vienna, Austria

2014
"Alex Katz," Museum Brandhorst, Munich, Germany 
"Smiles:Paintings," Guggenheim, Bilbao, Spain

2013
"Alex Katz: Virtual Reality," Richard Gray Gallery, New York
"Alex Katz: Small Paintings 1987-2013," Peter Blum Gallery, New York
"Alex Katz: Selections from the Whitney Museum of American Art," Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, New York 
“Alex Katz: Beneath the Surface,” Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, Middlesbrough, UK 
"Alex Katz / Félix Vallotton," Musée Cantonal des Beaux-Arts, Lausanne, Switzerland
“Alex Katz: Maine/New York,” Museum der Moderne, Salzburg, Austria 
“Alex Katz: Landscapes,” Museum Haus Konstruktiv, Zürich, Switzerland
“Katz x Katz,” Yale School of Art, New Haven, Connecticut 

2012
“Alex Katz,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
“Alex Katz: Give Me Tomorrow,” Turner Contemporary, Margate, UK
“Alex Katz,” Colby College Art Museum, Waterville, Maine
“Alex Katz,” Tate St. Ives, Cornwall, Great Britain
“Alex Katz,” MFA Boston, Boston, Massachusetts

2011
“Alex Katz,” Museum Ostwall, Dortmund, Germany
“Alex Katz,” Kestnergesellschaft, Hannover, Germany
“Alex Katz – Prints, Paintings, Cutouts,” Kunsthalle Würth, Schäbisch Hall, Germany
“Alex Katz – Cool Prints,” Jewish Museum, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
“Alex Katz,” Gavin Brownʼs enterprise, New York
“Face The Music,” Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Saltzburg, Austria

2010
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia
Timothy Taylor Gallery, London, UK
"Alex Katz Portraits," National Portrait Gallery, London, UK
"Alex Katz: Prints," The Albertina, Vienna, Austria

2009
Sara Hilden Art Museum, Tampere, Finland
Galerie Thaddeus Ropac, Paris, France
"Seeing, Drawing, Making," Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York PaceWildenstein, New York, USA
Musee Grenoble, Grenoble, France
Museum Kurhaus Kleve, Kleve, Germany

2008
“Seeing, Drawing, Making,” The Gallery at Windsor, Florida
Galleria Monica De Cardenas, Milan, Italy

2007
Galleria Monica De Cardenas, Zouz, Switzerland
“One Flight Up,” Timothy Taylor Gallery, London, UK
“Alex Katz: Drawings,” Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg, Austria
“Alex Katz: Paintings, studies, cartoons,” Galeria Toni Tàpies, Barcelona, Spain
“Cutouts: Alex Katz,” Galleria Javier López, Madrid, Spain
“Selections from the Whitney Museum of American Art,” New York State Museum, Albany
“Early Paintings from The Farnsworth Museum of Art,” The Gallery at the Park Bank, New York
“New York,” Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland
“Smile,” Peter Blum, New York

2006
“Woodcuts and Linocuts,” Colby College Museum of Modern Art, Waterville, ME
“Alex Katz Small Paintings,” Galerie Bernd Klüser, Munich, Germany
“Alex Katz in European Collections,” The Langen Foundation, Germany and touring to the Scheringa Museum voor Realisme, Holland
“The Sixties,” Pace Wildenstein Gallery, New York
“Alex Katz Paints Ada, 1957-2005,” Jewish Museum, New York
“Alex Katz: New Paintings,” Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago, USA Alex Katz, Texas Gallery, Houston, Texas

2005
Monica de Cardenas Galleria, Milan, Italy
“First Sight Working drawings from 1965 to 2002,” Peter Blum, Blumarts Inc., New York
CAC Malaga, Spain
The University of South of Florida, Tampa, Florida
“Collages,” Colby College Art Museum, Waterville, Maine
Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, Maine

2004
“Cartoons and Paintings,” Albertina Museum, Vienna, Austria
“Twelve Paintings,” Pace Wildenstein, New York
Timothy Taylor Gallery, London, UK
Stella Gallery, Moscow, Russia
Jablonka Galerie, Cologne, Germany

2003
“Alex Katz Cutouts,” Deichtorhallen Hamburg, Germany
Museum Moderner Kunst Karnten, Klagenfurt, Austria
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, France
“Flowers & Landscapes,” Pace Wildenstein, New York
“Cartoons,” Peter Blum, New York
“Portraits,” Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa Venice, Italy
Galleria DʼArte Contemporanea Emilio Mazzoli, Modena, Italy

2002
“Beach Party,” Galerie Thaddeus Ropac, Paris, France
“In Your Face,” Kunstmuseum Bonn, Bonn, Germany
“Small Paintings 1951-2002,” Timothy Taylor Gallery, London, UK

2001
“Small Paintings,” Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover, MA
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
Whitney Museum of American Art at Philip Morris, New York
Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, MO
Oklahoma City Museum, Oklahoma City, OK
The Austin Museum of Art, Austin, TX
Galleria Emilio Mazzoli Modena, Italy
Galerie Barbara Thumm Berlin, Germany
Galeria Monica de Cardenas in Venice, Italy Alex Katz, Pace Wildenstein, New York “The Complete Woodcuts,” Peter Blum Gallery, New York

2000
“Paintings of the 60's,” Jablonka Galerie, Cologne, Germany
Arts Club of Chicago, IL
“Regarding Alex Katz,” Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA
“Alex Katz; Paintings of the 1980s”, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg, Austria

1999
“Change of Scene,” Museum fur Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Galleria Civica di Arte Contemporanea, Trento, Italy
“Marines And More,” Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg, Austria
Marlborough Gallery, New York
“Alex Katz: Works on Paper,” Brent Sikkema, New York

1998
“Twenty Five Years of Painting,” The Saatchi Collection, London, UK
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, France
Kulturring Sundern, Sundern, Germany
“New Works,” Galerie Barabara Thumm, Berlin, Germany
Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Argentina
“Alex Katz Recent Paintings,” Galerie Bernd Kluser, Munich, Germany
Thamm Gallerie, Kusnacht-Zurich, Switzerland
Art and Public, Geneva, Switzerland

1997
“Landscapes and Figures,” Fred Hoffman Fine Art, Santa Monica, CA
“Small Paintings,” Greene Naftali Gallery, New York
Jablonka Galerie, Cologne, Germany 1996
Arij Gasiunasen Fine Art, Palm Beach, Florida
“Alex Katz: Dawn,” Peter Blum, New York
“Alex Katz: Recent Paintings,” Marlborough Gallery, New York
“Alex Katz Under the Stars: Landscapes 1951-1995,” Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland
Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, Florida; Portland Museum of Art, Portland, Maine
ICA London/ PS1 New York
“Alex Katz at Colby College,” Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville, Maine I V A M Centre Julio Gonzalez, Valencia, Spain
“Alex Katz: New Cutouts,” Robert Miller Gallery, New York

1995
“Alex Katz: Small Drawings-Small Paintings,” Marlborough Gallery, New York “Alex Katz: Paintings and Works on Paper,” Baldwin Gallery, Aspen, Colorado “Alex Katz: American Landscape,” Staatliche Kunsthalle, Baden-Baden, Germany
“Alex Katz: Recent Work,” Gerald Peters Gallery, Dallas, Texas

1994
“Alex Katz: Landscapes 1954-1956,” Robert Miller Gallery, New York
Galería Marlborough, Madrid, Spain
Suzanne Hillberry Gallery, Birmingham, Michigan

1993

Robert Miller Gallery, New York
Rubenstein/Diacono Gallery, Nebraska
Allene Lapides Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
“Alex Katz: Paintings,” Marlborough Gallery, New York

1992
“Alex Katz: Drawings1946-1989,” Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville, Maine
“Alex Katz at Colby College,” Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville, Maine
Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, Utica, New York

1991
“Alex Katz: Small Paintings 1952-1991,” Michael Kohn Gallery, Santa Monica, California
“Alex Katz: Small Paintings,” Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
Marlborough Gallery, New York, USA (cat.)
“Alex Katz: A Drawing Retrospective,” Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, Utica, New York
Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville, Maine
The Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, Arkansas

1990
“Alex Katz: Paintings,” Hokin Gallery, Palm Beach, Florida
“Alex Katz: Pinturas y Dibujos,” Fandos Galeria de Arte Moderno, Valencia, Spain
Galerie Ascan Crone, Hamburg, West Germany
“Alex Katz: Paintings, Drawings and Cutouts,” Orlando Museum of Art, Florida
“Alex Katz: Recent Paintings and Prints,” Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto, Canada “Making Faces: Self-Portraits by Alex Katz,” North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh The Newark Museum of Art, New Jersey; J B Speed Art Museum, Louisville, Kentucky
“Alex Katz: Recent Paintings,” Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, UK
Galleria Emilio Mazzoli, Modena, Italy
Dominion Gallery, Montreal, in association with Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto, Canada
Marlborough Fine Art, Tokyo, Japan
“Alex Katz: Recent Works from the Collection of Paul J Schupf,” Galerie Bernd Klüser, Munich, Germany

1989

“Alex Katz: Print Retrospective 1951-1988,” Susanne Hilberry Gallery, Birmingham, Michigan
“Alex Katz: Selected Paintings,” Riva Yares Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona Galerie Bernd Klüser, Munich, Germany
Mario Diacono Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts
“Alex Katz: New Painting,” Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles

1988
“Alex Katz: A Print Retrospective,” The Brooklyn Museum, New York
Galerie Daniel Templon, Paris, France
“Alex Katz: Dark Paintings,” Marlborough Gallery, New York
Massimo Audiello Gallery, New York
The Seibu Museum of Art, The Seed Hall, Tokyo, Japan
Parco Studio, Osaka, Japan
“Alex Katz: Nocturnal Paintings,” The Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio
Elizabeth Galasso Fine Art, Ossining, New York
“Alex Katz: Paintings,” Erika Meyerovitz Gallery, San Francisco, California

1987
Hokin Gallery, Palm Beach, Florida
“Alex Katz from the Early 60's,” Robert Miller Gallery, New York
Galerie Inge Baecker, Cologne, Germany

1986
“Alex Katz, retrospective exhibition,” Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
Center for the Fine Arts, Miami, Florida
Recent Paintings, Marlborough Gallery, New York
“Alex Katz: Recent Paintings,” Erika Meyerovitz Gallery, San Francisco

1985
“Alex Katz Paints a Picture,” Houghton Gallery, Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, New York
“Alex Katz: An Exhibition of Recent Cut-outs,” Robert Miller Gallery, New York Marlborough Fine Art, Tokyo, Japan
William A Farnsworth Library and Art Museum, Rockland, Maine
“Alex Katz: An Exhibition Featuring Works from the Collection of Paul J. Schupf,” Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville, Maine
Bowdoin College, Museum of Art, Brunswick, Maine
“Twelve Hours,” Mario Diacono Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts “Paintings by Alex Katz,” Edwin A. Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita State University, Kansas

1984

“Alex Katz: Small Paintings from the1950's to the Present,” Robert Miller Gallery, New York
Michael H. Lord Gallery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Benjamin Mangel Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
“Alex Katz: Paintings,” Asher/Faure Gallery, Los Angeles, California
“Alex Katz-- Process and Development: Small Paintings from the Collection of Paul J. Schupf '58',” The Picker Art Gallery, Charles A. Dana Creative Arts Center, Colgate University, Hamilton, New York

1983
“Alex Katz: Recent Paintings,” Marlborough Gallery Inc., New York
“Alex Katz: Small Paintings,” Hokin Gallery, Palm Beach, Florida
“Alex Katz: Small Paintings,” Susanne Hilberry Gallery, Birmingham, Michigan
“Alex Katz: Recent Cut-outs,” Texas Gallery, Houston, Texas
Harcus Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts

1982

“Alex Katz: Drawings,” Susanne Hilberry Gallery, Birmingham, Michigan
“Alex Katz: Recent Paintings,” Marlborough Fine Art, London, UK
“Alex Katz: Cut-outs,” John C . Stoller and Co, Minneapolis, Minnesota
“Alex Katz: Drawings 1944-81,” Marlborough Gallery, New York
“Alex Katz: Recent Prints,” Brooke Alexander Gallery, New York
“Alex Katz: Drawings,” Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto, Canada
“Alex Katz: Cut-outs,” Hokin Gallery, Chicago, Illinois

1981
“Alex Katz: 1957-59,” Robert Miller Gallery, New York
Portland Center for the Visual Arts, Oregon
“Alex Katz: Paintings,” Susanne Hilberry Gallery, Birmingham, Michigan
Birmingham Museum of Art, Alabama
“Alex Katz: Paintings and Drawings 1959-79,” Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio
“Alex Katz: Painted Metal Cut-outs,” Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto, Canada
“Alex Katz: Cut-outs,” Middendorf/Lane Gallery, Washington D.C.

1980
“Rush--An Environmental Wall Piece,” Hartnell College, Salinas, California University Art Museum, University of California, Santa Barbara, California
Marlborough Gallery, New York
“Alex Katz: Scale and Gesture,” The Queens Museum, Flushing, New York
“Ada,” Fine Arts Gallery, State University of New York, Stony Brook, New York
Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto, Canada
“Alex Katz: Cut-outs,” Middendorf/Lane Gallery, Washington D.C.
“Alex Katz: Drawings, Paintings, Sculpture & Prints,” Fay Gold Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
Centro Colombo-Americano, Bogota, Colombia

1979
“Alex Katz: Prints,” Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, North Carolina
“Alex Katz: Face of the Poet,” Brooke Alexander Gallery, New York
“Alex Katz: Cutouts,” Robert Miller Gallery, New York
“Alex Katz: Cutouts,” Benjamin Mangel Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
“Alex Katz: Cutouts and Drawings,” Susanne Hilberry Gallery, Birmingham, Michigan

1978
“Alex Katz: Recent Paintings,” Marlborough Gallery, New York
Richard Eugene Fuller Art Gallery, Beaver College, Glendale, Pennsylvania
“Alex Katz: Recent Paintings,” Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto, Canada
Susanne Hilberry Gallery, Birmingham, Michigan
“Alex Katz: Paintings,” Hokin Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
“Alex Katz in the Seventies,” Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts
“Alex Katz and His Beautiful People,” Benjamin Mangel Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
“Alex Katz: Selected Prints,” Wilcox Gallery, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania

1977
“Alex Katz: Recent Paintings,” Fresno Arts Center and Museum, California
California State University, Long Beach, California
Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, Washington
Vancouver Art Gallery, British Columbia, Canada
Galerie Roger d'Amécourt, Paris, France
Marlborough Galerie AG, Zurich, Switzerland

1976
Alex Katz: Recent Works, Marlborough Gallery, New York
“Alex Katz: Recent Works,” Marlborough Godard Gallery, Toronto, Canada
“Alex Katz: Exhibition of Graphics 1972-75,” Benjamin Mangel Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

1975
Marlborough Fine Art, London, UK
Galerie Arnesen, Copenhagen, Denmark
“Alex Katz: Recent Works,” Galerie Marguérite Lamy, Paris, France
“Alex Katz: Exhibition of Graphics 1972-75,” Marlborough Gallery Inc. New York

1974
“Alex Katz: Recent Works from the Collection of Paul J. Schupf,” The Picker Art Gallery, Charles A. Dana Creative Arts Center, Colgate University, Hamilton, New York
Marlborough Godard Gallery, Toronto, Canada
Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut
“Alex Katz: Prints,” Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia
Utah Museum of Fine Arts, Salt Lake City, Utah
The Santa Barbara Museum of Art, California
University Gallery, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, Indiana

1973

“The American Neo-Realist: Alex Katz,” Assa Galleria, Helsinki, Finland
Marlborough Gallery, New York

1972

Reed College Art Gallery, Portland, Oregon

1971
Utah Museum of Fine Arts, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah
The Art Gallery, University of California, San Diego, California
Minnesota Museum of Art, St Paul, Minnesota
Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, Connecticut
Galerie Brusberg, Hannover, Germany
“Alex Katz: Cut-outs--Paintings,” Phyllis Kind Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
“Alex Katz: Prints,” Fischbach Gallery, New York
“Alex Katz: Cut-outs,” Fischbach Gallery, New York
Galerie Thelen, Cologne, Germany

1970
“Alex Katz: New Paintings,” Fischbach Gallery, New York

1969

Alex Katz at Cheat Lake, Mont Chateau Lodge, West Virginia University,
Morgantown, West Virginia
Phyllis Kind Gallery, Chicago

1968

Fischbach Gallery, New York

1967
“Alex Katz: Cut-outs,” Fischbach Gallery, New York

1966

David Stuart Gallery, Los Angeles

1965
“Alex Katz: Cut-outs 1955-65,” Fischbach Gallery, New York
“Alex Katz: Paintings,” Fischbach Gallery, New York

1964
“Alex Katz: Cut-outs 1955-65,” Fischbach Gallery, New York

1963
Thibaut Gallery, New York

1962
“Alex Katz: Flat Statues,” Tanager Gallery, New York
“Alex Katz: The Set for 'George Washington Crossing the Delaware'”, Martha Jackson
Gallery, New York

1961
Stable Gallery, New York
“Alex Katz: Recent Paintings,” Mili-Jay Gallery, Woodstock, New York

1960
Stable Gallery, New York

1959
Tanager Gallery, New York

1958
The Sun Gallery, Provincetown, Massachusetts

1957
“Alex Katz: Paintings,” Roko Gallery, New York

1954
“Alex Katz: Paintings,” Roko Gallery, New York

Group Exhibitions

2013

"Pop Art Prints: Selections from the Condron Collection," Spagnuolo Art Gallery, Washington, D.C.
"Come Together: Surviving Sandy," Sunset Park, New York
"Jew York," Zach Feuer Gallery and UNTITLED, New York
"Sinister Pop," Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

2011
"September 11," MoMA PS1, New York

2010
"Luc Tuymans: A vision of Central Europe. The reality of the lowest rank," BC Brugge Centraal, Brugges, Belgium, (curated by Luc Tuymans)

2007

“Monet to Picasso - The Batliner Collection
,” The Albertina,
 Vienna

2006
“Painting Summer in New England,” Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Massachusetts
“Essential Painting,” National Museum of Art, Osaka, Japan
“Back to the Figure: Contemporary Painting,” Museum Franz Gertsch, Burgdorf, Germany
“Surface Broken,” Galerie Sabine Knust, Munich, Germany

2005
“Paint the City,” B-bar and Grill, New York City, USA

2004
“Faces in the Crowd: Picturing Modern Life from Manet to Today,” Whitechapel Art
Gallery, London, UK
“Paint on Metal: Modern and Contemporary Explorations and Discoveries,” Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, Arizona
“Die Neue Kunsthalle III materiell-immateriell,” Kunsthalle Mannheim, Germany

2003
“Pictura Magistra Vitae,” Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio, Bologna; Collezioni d'Arte e di Storia San Giorgio, Poggiale, Italy

2002
“Cher Peintre : Peintures figuratives depuis lʼultime Picabia,” Centre Pompidou, Paris, France; Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria; Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, Germany

2001
“Alex Katz,” American Academy, Berlin, Germany
“The Contemporary Face: From Pablo Picasso to Alex Katz,” Deichtorhallen Hamburg, Germany
“Alex Katz and Ed Ruscha,” American Academy in Rome, Rome, Italy

1999

“Essl Collection,” Essl Collection, Klostennenberg, Austria
“Woods,” Monica de Cardenas Gallery, Milan, Italy
“Winter,” Brent Sikemma Gallery, New York
“Realism and 'New Internationalism',” Carnegie International 1999-2000, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Musee Pour Demain? L'Art Contemporain Dans des Collections Privee Vaudoises, Musee de Beaux-Art, Lausanne, Switzerland
Figuration, Blickle Stiftung, Kraichtal, Germany; Rupertinum, Salzburg, Austria; Museion, Bolzano, Italy

1998
Painting, Wooster Gardens-Brent Sikkema, New York, USA

1997
Views from Abroad: European Perspectives on American Art, Museum fur Moderne
Kunst, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Birth of the Cool, Deichtorhallen, Hamburg, Germany;
Kusthaus Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland (cat.)
Queens Artists: Highlights of the 20th Century, Queens Museum of Art, Queens, New York, USA
Feminine Image, Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, New York, USA
ART 1997 CHICAGO: 5th Annual Expo of International Galleries Featuring Modern and Contemporary Art, Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois, USA
CityScapes, Marlborough Gallery, New York, USA
Art 28 97: The International Fair, Twentieth Century Art, Messe Basel, Switzerland

1996-97
Pintura Estadounidense, Expressionismo Abstracto, Centro Cultural Arte Contemporaneo, Mexico City, Mexico
Views from Abroad: European Perspectives on American Art 2, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, New York, USA;
MMK, Frankfurt, Germany, (cat.) a/drift, Center for Curatorial Studies Museum Bard College, Annandale on Hudson, New York, USA
Destiny Manifest: American Landscape Painting in the Nineties, Samuel P. Harn
Museum of Art, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA

1996
Screen, Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, New York, USA
By Night, Foundation Cartier pour líart Contemporain, Paris France
Face to Face, Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK
Rediscovering The Landscape of the Americas, Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico: Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, Texas;
Western Gallery of Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington;
Memorial Art Gallery of University of Rochester, Rochester, New York; Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, South Carolina, USA
On Paper, The Hopper House Art Center, New York, USA
Portraits, Galleria d'arte il gabbiano, Rome, Italy;
James Graham & Sons, New York, USA

1995

American Art Today: Night Paintings, Art Museum at Florida International University, Miami, Florida, USA
MV Century Art Collection, Celebrity Cruises, New York, USA

1994-95
Kenneth Koch: Collaborations with Artists, Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York, USA

1994
New York Realism: Past and Present, The Japan Association of Art Museums,
Tokyo; Odakyu Museum, Tokyo; Kagoshima City Museum of Art, Kagoshima; Kitakyushu Municipal Museum of Art, Kitakyushu; The Museum of Art, Kintetsu, Osaka;
Fukushima Prefectural Museum of Art, Fukushima, Japan
Let's Face It, Galerie Barbara Farber, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
American Art Today: Heads Only, Art Museum at Florida International University, Miami, Florida, USA (cat.)
Face Off: The Portrait in Recent Years, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of P ennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

1993

Autoportraits Contemporains', Espace Lyonnais D'Art Contemporain, Lyon, France (cat.)
Mainscapes: 1900-1992, The Ogunquit Museum of Art, Ogunquit, Maine, USA (cat.)

1992
100 Years of American Art, Colby College Collection at Port Washington Public
Library, Port Washington, New York, USA
Easel Painting: Alex Katz, Donald Baechler, Ross Bleckner, Tony Scherman, Eric Fischl, Perry Rubenstein Gallery, New York, USA
On Paper, Marlborough Gallery, New York, USA An Ode to Gardens and Flowers, Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, New York, USA
One The Edge: Forty Years of Maine Painting 1952-1992, Maine Coast Artists Gallery, Rockport, Maine;
University of Maine at Presque Isle, Maine, USA
Der Gefrorene Leopard, Galerie Bernd Klüser, Munich, Germany

1991

Artist's Choice: Chuck Close, Head On/The Modern Portrait, Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA
Images & Likeness: Figurative Works from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, Downtown at Federal Reserve Plaza, New York; Whitney Museum of American Art, Fairfield County, Connecticut, USA (pamphlet)
American Art from the Colby College Museum of Art, Richard York Gallery, New York, USA (cat.) 1991 Biennial Exhibition, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, USA (cat.)
The Carnegie Hall Portfolio, Marlborough Gallery, New York, USA
Donald Kuspit: A Dialogue of Images, Galerie Pfefferle, Munich, Germany (cat.)
American Realism & Figurative Art, The Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai; Sogo Museum of Art, Yokohama,; The Tokushima Modern Art Museum, Tokushima; The Museum of Modern Art, Shiba, Otsu; Kochi Prefectural Museum of Folk Art, Kochi, Japan (cat.)
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Paintings, Sculpture and Works on Paper by: Abakanowicz, Arikha, Auerbach, Bacon, Botero, Bravo, Grooms, Katz, Kitaj, Lipchitz, López García, Rivers, Schwitters, Valdés, Marlborough Gallery, New York, USA

1990-91
The Commonwealth: 20th Century Masterpieces from Virginia Collections, Roanoke Museum of Fine Arts, Virginia, USA

1990
American Art Today: The City, Art Museum at Florida International University, Miami, Florida, USA (cat.)
Marlborough en Pelaires, Centre Cultural Contemporani Pelaires, Palma de Mallorca, Spain (cat.) Long Island Collects: The Figure & Landscape, 1870's-1980's, Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, New York, USA (cat.)

1989
Art in Bloom: The Flower as Subject, Jacksonville Art Museum, Florida, USA (cat.) Wirklichkeit als Konzept, Galerie Inge Baecker, Cologne, Germany Nocturnal Visions in Contemporary Painting, Whitney Museum of American Art at Equitable Center, New York, USA (brochure)
Exposition Inaugurale, Fondation Daniel Templon Musée Temporaire, Fréjus, France (cat.) A Decade of American Drawing 1980-1989, Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, USA
Aldo Crommelynck: Master Prints with American Artists, Whitney Museum of American Art at Equitable Center, New York, USA Painting Beyond the Death of Painting: American Imagistic and Abstract Work, Kuznetsky Most Exhibition Hall, Moscow, Russia

1988

Selections from the Ellen & Jerome Westheimer Collection, Oklahoma Art Center, Oklahoma City, USA (cat.)
Made in the Sixties: Painting and Sculpture from the Permanent Collection, The Whitney Museum of American Art, Downtown Branch, New York, USA Exhibition of Works by Newly Elected Members and Recipients of Awards, American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, New York, USA
Portraits: Here's Looking at You, Anchorage Historical and Fine Arts Museum, Anchorage, Alaska, USA (cat.) The Figurative Fifties: New York Figurative Expressionism, Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Beach, California; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, Texas, USA (cat.)

1987
Today: The Portrait, The Art Gallery at Florida International University, Miami, Florida American Art, USA (cat.)
Ten at the Rose, Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, USA (cat.) Friends Collect: Selections from Private Collections of Friends of Art at Colby, Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville, Maine, USA (cat.)
Connecticut Contemporary Cut-outs, The Whitney Museum of American Art, Fairfield County, Stamford, USA (cat.) Recent Works by Arikha, Bacon, Botero, Bravo, Grooms, Katz, Kitaj, Lûpez GarcÌa, Mason, Rivers, Welliver, Marlborough Gallery, New York, USA (cat.)

1986

Painting and Sculpture, Since 1940, Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA (cat.)
Connecticut Collects: American Art Since 1960, Whitney Museum of American Art, Fairfield County, Stamford, Connecticut, USA (cat.) After Matisse, Queens Museum, Flushing, New York; Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, Virginia; Portland Museum of Art, Maine; Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, Florida;
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The Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C.; Dayton Art Institute, Ohio; Worcester Art Museum, Massachusetts, USA (cat.) Interiors and Exteriors: Contemporary Realist Prints, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut, USA (cat.)
50th National Mid-Year Exhibition, Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio, USA (cat.) The Faces of the City, University Art Gallery of the University at Albany, New York, USA (cat.)
Contemporary Cut-outs, Whitney Museum of American Art at Philip Morris, New York, USA (cat.) The Foundation Veranneman Invites Marlborough, Veranneman Foundation, Kriushoutem, Belgium (cat.)

1985

Large Drawings, Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, Florida, USA (cat.) Recent Acquisitions, The Tate Gallery, London, UK Curator's Choice, The Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York, USA

1984
Flower as the Image in Contemporary Art, Wave Hill, Bronx, New York, USA (cat.) International Masters of Contemporary Figuration, Marlborough Fine Art, Tokyo, Japan (cat.) Paintings and Sculpture by Candidates for Art Awards, American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, New York, USA
American Art Since 1970: Painting, Sculpture, and Drawings from the Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, California; North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, North Carolina; Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska; Center for the Fine Arts, Miami, Florida, USA (cat.) Artist in the Theatre, Hillwood Art Gallery, C W Post Center, Greenvale, New York; Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, New York, USA (cat.) Painting Naturally: Fairfield Porter and His Influences, The Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York, USA (cat.) America Seen: Contemporary American Artists View America, Adams- Middleton Gallery, Dallas, Texas, USA (cat.)

1983

The Sailor 1930-45: The Image of an American Demigod, The Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, Virginia, USA (cat.)
Faces Since the 50s: A Generation of American Portraiture, Center Gallery, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, USA (cat.) The Painterly Figure, Galerie Zabriskie, Paris, France Quatre Americains, The Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York, USA (cat.) Self-Portraits, Linda Farris Gallery, Seattle, Washington, USA (cat.)
The American Artist as Printmaker, The Brooklyn Museum, New York, USA (cat.) Art for Nuclear Weapons Freeze: an exhibition and auction, Brooke Alexander, Inc, New York, USA (cat.) Time Out: Sport and Leisure in America Today, Tampa Museum, Tampa, Florida, USA (cat.)

1982

Twentieth-Century Images of George Washington, Zabriskie Gallery, New York, USA Flat and Figurative 20th Century Wall Sculpture, Fraunces Tavern Museum, New
York, USA (brochure) A Private Vision: Contemporary Art from the Graham Gund Collection, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, USA (cat.) Recent Trends in Collecting: Twentieth-Century Painting and Sculpture from the National Museum of American Art, National Museum of American Art, Washington, D
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C, USA (cat.) An Appreciation of Realism, Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute Museum of Art, Utica, New York, USA (cat.) The Human Figure, Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA (cat.) Five Artists and the Figure, Whitney Museum of American Art, Fairfield County, Stamford, Connecticut, USA (brochure) Focus on the Figure: Twenty Years, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, USA (brochure) Homo Sapiens: The Many Images, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut, USA (cat.) 20th-Century Figural Images on Paper, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana; Gertrude Herbert Memorial Institute of Art, Augusta, Georgia; Columbus College Art Gallery, Columbus, Georgia; University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee; University of North Carolina, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA (cat.) Contemporary Realists Painting, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts, USA Perspectives on Contemporary American Realism: Works of Art on Paper from the Collection of Jalane and Richard Davidson, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, USA (cat.)

1981
The Human Form: Interpretations, The Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, Maryland, USA (brochure)
A Seventies Selection: An Exhibition of Works from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, Miami University Art Museum, Oxford, Ohio, USA (cat.) Real, Really Real, Super Real, San Antonio Museum of Art, Texas; Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, Indiana; Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, Arizona; Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA (cat.)
Recent Drawing Acquisition, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA The Contemporary American Landscape, Hirschl and Adler Modern, New York, USA (cat.) The Sun Gallery, Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Massachusetts, USA (cat.) The Image in American Painting and Sculpture: 1950-80, Akron Art Museum, Ohio, USA (cat.) Contemporary American Realism Since 1960, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia, USA; The Oakland Museum, Oakland, California, USA; Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal; Salas y Exposiciones, Madrid, Spain; Kunsthalle, Nuremberg, Germany (cat.) The American Landscape: Recent Developments, Whitney Museum of American Art, Fairfield County, Stamford, Connecticut, USA (brochure) Sculpture in the 70s: The Figure, Pratt Manhattan Center Gallery, Pratt Institute, New York; Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona; Dartmouth College Museum, Hanover, New Hampshire, USA (cat.) Arte Contemporaneo Internacional, Museo Rufino Tamayo, Mexico City, Mexico (cat.) International Painting, Drawing, and Sculpture, Sara Hilden Art Museum, Suomi, Finland (cat.)

1980
Woman: Images on Paper, The Hickory Museum of Art, Hickory, North Carolina; Sheraton Square Gallery, Charlotte, North Carolina; Fayetteville Museum of Art,
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Fayetteville, North Carolina; Asheville Art Museum, Asheville, North Carolina; St Johns Museum of Art, Wilmington, North Carolina; Wilkes Art Gallery, North Wilkesboro, North Carolina The Olympics in Art: An Exhibition of Works Related to Olympic Sports, Munson- Williams-Proctor Institute Museum of Art, Utica, New York, USA (cat.)
Printed Art: A View of Two Decades, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA (cat.) American Painting of the Sixties and Seventies: The Real/The Ideal/The Fantastic: Selections from the Whitney Museum of American Art, Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Alabama; Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska; Museum of Fine Arts of St. Petersburg, Florida; Columbus Museum of Art, Ohio; Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado; Sierra Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, Nevada, USA (cat.)
Aspects of the 70s: Directions in Realism, Danforth Museum, Framingham, Massachusetts, USA (cat.) Contemporary Naturalism: Works of the 1970s, Nassau County Museum of Fine Art, Roslyn Harbor, New York, USA (cat.)
The Figurative Tradition and The Whitney Museum of American Art: Paintings and Sculpture from the Permanent Collection, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, USA (cat.) An American Collection, McIntosh-Drysdale Gallery, Washington, D C; University of Virginia Art Museum, Charlottesville, Virginia, USA (cat.)
2nd Canadian Biennale of Prints and Drawings, The Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (cat.) The Changing Canvas, Cranbrook Academy of Art Museum, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, USA (cat.)
Realism/Photorealism, Philbrook Art Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA (cat.) American Figure Painting 1950-80, The Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, Virginia, USA (cat.) American Drawing in Black and White: 1970-80, The Brooklyn Museum, New York, USA (brochure)

1979
Biennial Exhibition, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, USA (cat.) Six Painters of the Figure, Fine Arts Gallery, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, USA (cat.) 24th Annual Contemporary American Painting Exhibition: The Revival of Realism, Ralph Wilson Gallery, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA (cat.)
16 Realists of New York, Centro Colombo-Americano, Bogota, Colombia, USA (cat.) The Decade in Review: Selections from the 1970s, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, USA (brochure) As We See Ourselves: Artists Self-Portraits, Heckscher Museum, Huntington, New York, USA (cat.)
American Portraits of the Sixties & Seventies, Aspen Center for the Visual Arts, Colorado, USA (cat.) Recent Acquisitions from the Department of Twentieth-Century Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA
Poets & Painters, The Denver Art Museum, Colorado, USA (cat.) Four Realist Artists Selected by Jack Beal and Alex Katz, Dorothy Rosenthal Gallery,
Chicago, Illinois, USA

1978
Artists Sets and Costumes: Recent Collaborations Between Painters and Sculptors and Dance, Opera and Theatre, Sarah Lawrence College Art Gallery, Bronxville, New York, USA
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Drawings: Five Years of Acquisitions, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, USA (cat.) Children in America: A Study of Images and Attitudes, The High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (cat.)
Late Twentieth Century Art, The Sydney and Frances Lewis Foundation Collection,
Richmond, Virginia, USA (cat.) 1977 Works on Paper: American Art 1945-75, Museum of Art, Washington State
University, Pullman, Washington, USA (cat.) Provincetown Painters: 1890s-1970s, Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York; Provincetown Art Association, Provincetown, Massachusetts, USA (cat.) Studies and Other Initial Works, Vancouver Art Gallery, British Columbia, Canada (cat.) New York: The State of Art, New York State Museum, Albany, New York, USA (cat.) Outside the City Limits: Landscape by New York Artists, Thorpe Intermedia Gallery, Sparkill, New York, USA (cat.) Artists Sets and Costumes, Philadelphia College of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
USA (cat.) 1976 In Praise of Space: Part II--Recent American Landscape Art, Westminster College
Art Gallery, New Wilmington, Pennsylvania; Parson School of Design Galleries, New York; Gross-McCleaf Galleries, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA (cat.) America

1976

A Bicentennial Exhibition, sponsored by the U.S. Department of the Interior, The Corcoran Art Gallery, Washington, D C; Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, Connecticut; Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts; Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, Massachusetts; The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Milwaukee Art Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Fort Worth Art Museum, Fort Worth, Texas; San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco, California; The High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia; The Brooklyn Museum, New York, USA (cat.)
A Selection of American Art: The Skowhegan School 1946-76, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, Massachusetts; Colby Museum of Art, Colby College, Waterville, Maine, USA (cat.) Inaugural Exhibition: New York University Grey Art Gallery and Study Center, The Grey Art Gallery and Study Center, New York University, USA (cat.)
Art on Paper 1976, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, North Carolina, USA (cat.) 30 Years of American Printmaking, The Brooklyn Museum, New York, USA (cat.)

1975

Watercolors and Drawings: American Realists, Louis K Meisel Gallery, New York, USA (cat.)
Portrait Painting 1970-75: A Survey of Informal Portraiture in the USA, Allan Frumkin Gallery, New York, USA (cat.) Lithography I: First Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary Lithography, University Art Museum, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA (cat.)
Modern Views of George Washington, New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, New Jersey, USA Candid Painting; American Genre 1950-75, De Cordova and Dana Museum and Park, Lincoln, Massachusetts, USA (cat.)
Figure as Form: American Painting, Museum of Fine Arts of St Petersburg, Florida; Florida Center for the Arts, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida; Columbus Museum of Arts and Crafts, Columbus, Georgia, USA (cat.)

1974

American Painting in Watershed Year '61, Allan Frumkin Gallery, New York, USA
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(cat.) Contemporary Portraits by American Painters, Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida, USA (cat.) New Portraits, Whitney Museum of American Art, Downtown Branch, New York, USA (brochure) New Images: Figuration in American Painting, The Queens Museum, Flushing, New York, USA (cat.) 19th National Print Exhibition, The Brooklyn Museum, New York; Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego, San Diego, California, USA (cat.)

1973
Biennial Exhibition: Contemporary American Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, USA (cat.)
Selections from the New York University Art Collection, The William Benton Museum of Art, University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut, USA (cat.) American Drawings

1972
Art on Paper 1971, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina,
Greensboro, North Carolina, USA (cat.) Return to the Figure, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA Color/Constructivism/Realism in Contemporary Graphics, San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco, California, USA (cat.)

1971
Thirty-second Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D C, USA (cat.)
An Exhibition of Contemporary Painting and Sculpture, American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, New York, USA The Contemporary Figure and a New Realism, Suffolk Museum, Stony Brook, New York , USA (cat.)
20th-Century Painting and Sculpture, Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York, USA (cat.)

1970

Warmwind: Amerikanska Realister, Konsthallen, Göteborg, Sweden (cat.) Landscape in Maine: 1820-1970, Colby College Art Museum, Waterville, Maine; Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, Maine; Carnegie Gallery, University of Maine, Orono, USA (cat.) Painting & Sculpture Today, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA (cat.) American Art Since 1960, Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, New Jersey, USA (cat.) Figures--Environments, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio; Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Dallas, Texas, USA (cat.)

1969
Patriotic Images in American Art, American Federation of Arts, New York; Cedar Rapids Art Center, Iowa; Decatur Art Center, Illinois; Greenville County Museum of Art, South Carolina, USA The American Sense of Realism, Philbrook Art Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma; University of Oklahoma Museum of Art, Norman, Oklahoma; Oklahoma Art Center, Oklahoma
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City, Oklahoma, USA (cat.) The Romantic Landscape in Contemporary Art, Windham College, Putney, Vermont, USA (cat.) Directions 2: Aspects of a New Realism, Milwaukee Art Center, Milwakee, Wisconsin; Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Texas; Akron Art Institute, Ohio, USA (cat.) Contemporary Portraits, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA (cat.) Inflated Images, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA (cat.)

1968
Realism Now, Vassar College Art Gallery, Poughkeepsie, New York, USA (cat.) Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture: Annual Art Exhibition & Sale, Galleries of the National Academy of Design, New York, USA (cat.) Art on Paper 1968, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, North Carolina, USA (cat.) The Dominant Woman, Finch College Art Gallery, New York, USA (cat.)

1967
The Helen W and Robert M Benjamin Collection, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut, USA (cat.)
Large-Scale American Paintings, The Jewish Museum, New York, USA Recent Figurative Art, Susanne Lemberg Usdan Gallery, Bennington College, Bennington, Vermont, USA 1967 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Painting, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, USA (cat.)

1966
Recent Still Life, Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island, USA (cat.)
Harry N Abrams Family Collection, The Jewish Museum, New York, USA (brochure) The Inner Circle, Milwaukee Art Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA (cat.) Amerikaanse Schilderijen Collages, Museum Boymans-van Beuningen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands (cat.)
The Walter K Gutman Collection, Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, Maine, USA (cat.) Two Decades of American Painting, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA

1965
Art on Paper 1965, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina,
Greensboro, North Carolina, USA (cat.)
American Collages, The Museum of Modern Art, New York (cat.) 1964 Contemporary American Figure Painting: Group Show, Wadsworth Antheneum,
Hartford, Connecticut, USA Maine: 100 Artists of the 20th Century, Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville, Maine, USA (cat.) Two Generations of Modern American Painting, Wilcox Gallery, Swathmore College, Swathmore, Pennsylvania, USA (cat.) Recent Landscapes by Eight Americans, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA (cat.)

1963
Recent Acquisitions: The Gevirtz-Mnuchin Collection and Related Gifts, The Poses Institute of Fine Arts, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts; The Kootz Gallery, New York; Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, USA (cat)
New Directions in American Painting, The Poses Institute of Fine Arts, Brandeis University, Waltham Massachusetts; Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute Museum of Art, Utica, New York; Isaac Delgado Museum of Art, New Orleans, Louisiana; Atlanta Art Association, Atlanta, Georgia; J B Speed Art Museum, Louisville, Kentucky;
15 Carlos Place London W1K 2EX Telephone 020 7409 3344 Facsimile 020 7409 1316 Open Mon-Fri 10-6pm Sat 10-2pm
Indiana University Art Museum, Bloomington, Indiana; Washington University, St Louis, Missouri; The Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, Michigan, USA (cat.) Maine and It's Artists: 1710-1963, Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville, Maine,
USA (cat.) 1962 Figures, Kornblee Gallery, New York, USA (cat.)

1961
64th American Exhibition: Paintings and Sculpture, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, USA (cat.)
The Figure: Then and Now, Visual Arts Gallery, School of Visual Arts, New York,

1960-61
Young America 1960: Thirty American Painters under Thirty-six, Whitney Museum of
American Art, New York; Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland; Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio; City Art Museum of St Louis, St Louis, Missouri; Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, Columbus, Ohio, USA (cat.) Appearance and Reality, David Herbert Gallery, Los Angeles, California, USA (cat.)

1960
The One Hundred and Fifty fifth Annual Exhibition: American Painting and Sculpture, The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA (cat.) Elaine de Kooning, Jane Freilicher, Alex Katz, Tanager Gallery, New York, USA

1959

Metropolitan Younger Artists, Tanager Gallery, New York, USA (cat.) 1957 Tom Boutis and Alex Katz: Collages, Tanager Gallery, New York, USA 1956 The New York Artists Annual, Stable Gallery, New York, USA 1955 The New York Artists Annual, Stable Gallery, New York, USA

1954
Paintings and Sculpture, Tanager Gallery, New York, USA

1953
Lois Dodd and Alex Katz: Paintings, Tanager Gallery, New York, USA

1951
Jean Cohen and Alex Katz: Paintings, Peter Cooper Gallery, New York, USA

Monographs and Catalogues

2011
“Alex Katz,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York (cat.)

2009
Troncy, Eric. “Alex Katz,” Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, France
Valorinta, Rita, Tosatto, Guy and de Werd, Guido ”Alex Katz, An America Way of
Seeing,” Sara Hilden Art Museum, Tampere, Finland; Musée de Grenoble, Grenoble,
France; Museum Kurhaus Kleve, Kleve Germany (cat.)
Fiz, Alberto, Robert Storr, “Richard Prince, Alex Katz, Francesco Clemente and Vincent Katz,” Alex Katz Reflections, MARCA, Ellecta, Milano

2008
Reus, Hans Rudolf, “Alex Katz,” Galleria Monica de Cardenas, Milan, Italy (cat.)

2007
Juan Manuel, Bonet, “New York, Irish Museum of Modern art and Charta,” Dublin, Ireland
“Alex Katz Drawings,” Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, France, (cat.)

2006
Schwabsky, Barry, “Alex Katz: the Sixties” PaceWildenstein Gallery and Charta, New York and Milan, Italy, (cat.)
“Alex Katz: The Sixties,” Edizioni Charta, Milano
Schuyler, James and Alloway, Lawrence “Alex Katz Paints Ada,” The Jewish Museum, New York and Yale University Press, New Haven and London

2005
Katz, Vincent, “Alex Katz in Maine,” Milan, Charta; The Farnsworth Art Museum, Italy
and Rockland, Maine
Blazwick, Iwona and Storr, Robert “Alex Katz,” Phaidon Press, London
McAvoy, Suzette Lane, Katz, Vincent and Schwartz, Sanford “Alex Katz in Maine,”
Edizioni Charta, Milano, Italy
“No. 1, First Works by 362 Artists,” edited by Francesca Richer & Matthew Rosenzweig
“Alex Katz: First Sight,” Peter Blum Edition, New York
“Alex Katz: Recent Paintings,” essays by Fernando Huici and Vincent Katz, CAC Malaga
“Alex Katz Collages,” Colby College Museum of Art

2004
“Alex Katz, Twelve Paintings,” Pace Wildenstein, New York
“Alex Katz, Cartoons and Paintings,” essay by Merlin James, Albertina, Vienna
“Alex Katz – New Paintings and Drawings,” Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago

2003
Felix, Zdenek & Carter Radcliff, “Alex Katz: Cutouts,” Deichtorhallen Hamburg
Gioni, Massimiliano, Vincent Katz & Angela Vettese, “Alex Katz: Portraits,” Fondazione
Bevilacqua La Masa, Venice/Silvana Editorale, Milan
Gingeras, Alison, “Alex Katz: Penobscot Bay,” Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris
Katz, Vincent, “Alex Katz,” Pace Wildenstein, New York
Milazzo, Richard and Acchille Bonito Oliva, “Alex Katz,” Galleria DʼArte Contemporanea Emilio Mazzoli, Modena

2002
“Alex Katz: Small Paintings 1951-2002,” Timothy Taylor Gallery, London
“Alex Katz: Unfamiliar Images,” Alberico Cetti Serbelloni Editore

2001
Alpers, Svetlana, “Alex Katz,” PaceWildenstein, New York
Oliva, Achille Bonito, “Alex Katz,” Emilio Mazzoli Gallery, Modena
Tuymans, Luc, “Alex Katz,” video, Barbara Thum Gallery, Berlin
“Alex Katz: Small Paintings,” Addison Gallery of American Art Phillips Academy; Whitney Museum of American Art; Whitney Museum of American Art at Philip Morris; Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art; Oklahoma City Museum; The Austin Museum of Art

2000
Blumberg, Linda, Connie Lewallen, “Katz and Ed Ruscha,” American Academy in Rome,
Rome, Italy
Grynsztejn, Madeleine, “Regarding Alex Katz,” The Carnegie Museum of Art
Katz, Vincent, “Smile Again-Paintings of the 60's,” poems, Jablonka Galerie Cologne,
Germany
Maculan, Lena, “The Eighties,” Thaddaeus Ropac Gallery, Salzburg

1999
Coen, Victoria, “Alex Katz: On Portraits and Landscapes,” Galleria Civica Di Arte Contemporanea, Trento, Italy
Gillick, Liam, “Alex Katz,” Gallerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg
Maloney, Martin, “Alex Katz,” Marlborough Gallery, New York

1998
De Chassey, Eric, “Portrait of Alex Katz as a Painter in the Jean-Jacques Rousseau Style,” Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, France
Heymer, Kay, “Alex Katz,” Kulturring Sundern, Sundern, Germany
Sandler, Irving, “Alex Katz,” Harry N. Abrams, New York
Sylvester, David and Merlin James, “Alex Katz - Twenty Five Years of Painting,” The
Saatchi Gallery, London, United Kingdom
Walker, Barry, “Alex Katz,” The Seibu Museum of Art, Japan

1997
Clemente, Francesco, “The City and the Painter,” Jablonka Gallery, Cologne, Germany
“Landscapes and Figures,” Fred Hoffman Fine Art, Santa Monica
“Alex Katz: Twenty-Five Years of Painting,” The Saatchi Gallery, London

1996
Power, Kevin, Juan Manuel Bonet, “Alex Katz,” IVAM, Valencia, Spain
“Alex Katz at Colby College,” Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville
Shama, Simon and Dave Hickey, “Alex Katz Under the Stars: American Landscapes 1951-1995,” The Institute for Contemporary Art/ P.S.1 Museum, New York

1995
Storr, Robert, Margrit Brehm, and Jochen Poetter, “Alex Katz: American Landscape,”
Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden, Baden-Baden, Germany
“The M.V. Century Art Collection,” Celebrity Cruises New York, New York
“Grandes Pintores del Siglo XX: Alex Katz,” Globus Communication, Barcelona, Spain

1994
Damian, Carol, “American Art Today: Heads Only”, The Art Museum at Florida
International University, Miami
“Alex Katz: The Cooper Union Collection,” Cooper Union, New York

1992
Hunter, Sam, “Alex Katz,” Rizzoli, New York; Ediciones Pol'grafa Barcelona

1991
Kuspit, Donald, “Alex Katz: Night Paintings,” Harry N. Abrams, Inc, New York
“Alex Katz: A Drawing Retrospective,” interview by Paul D. Schweizer, Munson-
Williams-Proctor, Utica

1990
Belting, Hans, “Alex Katz: Bilder und Zeichnungen,” Galerie Bernd Klüser, Munich,
Germany
Bryant, Edward and Paul J. Schupf “Alex Katz: Recent Works from the Collection of Paul J. Schupf,” Galerie Bernd Klüser, Munich, Germany
Calvo Serraller, Francisco,” Alex Katz: Pinturas y Dibujos,” Fandos, Galeria de Arte Moderno,Valencia, Spain
Coffey, John W., and Vincent Katz, “Making Faces: Self Portraits by Alex Katz,” North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, USA
“Alex Katz,” Marlborough Fine Art Ltd., Tokyo, Japan
Scott, Sue, “Alex Katz: Paintings, Drawings and Cutouts,” Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando

1988
Hinson, Tom E., “Katz,” The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland

1987
Beattie, Ann, “Alex Katz,” Harry N. Abrams, New York
Scholnick, Michael, “Alex Katz from the Early 60's,” Robert Miller Gallery, New York

1986
Marshall, Richard, “Alex Katz,” essay by Robert Rosenblum. Whitney Museum and Rizzoli, New York

1985
Okada, Takahiko, “Alex Katz,” Marlborough Fine Art Ltd., Tokyo, Japan
Ricard, Rene, “Alex Katz Paints a Picture,” Cooper Union for the Advancement of
Science and Art, Houghton Gallery, New York
Skira, Sylvie, “Alex Katz: An Exhibition Featuring Works from the Collection of Paul J. Schupf,” Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville

1984
Diacono, Mario, “Alex Katz: Twelve Hours,” Mario Diacono Gallery, Boston; The Picker Art Gallery, Charles A. Dana Creative Arts Center, Colgate University, Hamilton

1983
Maravell, Nicholas P., “Alex Katz: The Complete Prints,” interview by Carter Ratcliff,
Alpine Fine Arts Collection, New York

1982
Russell, John, “Alex Katz: Recent Paintings,” Marlborough Fine Art Ltd. London
Schwartz, Sanford, “Alex Katz: Drawings 1944-1981,” Marlborough Gallery Inc., New York

1981
Murray, Richard N., “Alex Katz,” Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, UK
Sandler, Irving, “Alex Katz: 1957-59,” Robert Miller Gallery, New York

1980
Ligare, David, “Alex Katz: Rush: An Environmental Wall Piece,” Hartnell College Gallery, Salinas
Scheider, Janet, “Alex Katz: Scale and Gesture,” The Queens Museum, Flushing

1979
“Alex Katz: Cutouts,” Robert Miller Gallery, New York
Sandler, Irving, “Alex Katz,” Harry N. Abrams, New York

1978
Smith, Roberta, “Alex Katz in the Seventies,” Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University Waltham

1977
D'Amcourt, Roger, “Alex Katz,” Galerie Roger Paris, France
Mass, Andrew, “Alex Katz: Recent Paintings,” Fresno Arts Center & Museum

1974
Field, Richard S., “Alex Katz,” Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut
Elke M. Solomon, “Alex Katz Prints,” Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

1973
Ratcliff, Carter, “Alex Katz,” Marlborough Gallery Inc. New York
Saarikivi, Sakari, “Alex Katz,” Marlborough Gallery, New York

1971
Sandler, Irving and William Berkson, eds., “Alex Katz,” essays by Lucy Lippard, Robert Rosenblum, David Antin, Ron Padgett. Frederick A. Praeger, New York
Sandler, Irving, “Alex Katz,” Utah Museum of Fine Arts, Salt Lake City

1969
Burton, Scott, West Virginia University, Morganstown, West Virginia

1959
Sandler, Irving, “Alex Katz,” Tanager Gallery, New York


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2009
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2008
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2007
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2006
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2005
Wilson, Rebecca, “Pivotal Moments,” Art Review, December
May, Stephen, “Kool Katz,” Portland Magazine, April, pp.41-47
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2004
McEwen, John, “Risk Taker,” The Spectator, 19 June, p. 43

2003
Cohen, David, “Gallery-Going,” The New York Sun, 9 October

2002
McEwen, John, “Exuberant Colour and Elephant Dung,” The Sunday Telegraph, Review, 7 July

1999
Scobie, Ilka, “Alex Katz,” Donna n. 4, Italy, April, p. 95-98

1998
Timkins, Calvin, “The Katz Whiskers,” Time Out London, no. 1431, 21-28 January
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Lyttelton, Celia, “Diary,” The World of Interiors, February
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Smolik, Noemi, “Ich Glaube Nicht an Wahrheiten. Ich Glaube der Schonheit,” Paradex Magazine, June
“Nuestros Años Felices,” La Nation, Buenos Aires, 4 June
“Rival de Andy Warhol em Buenos Aires,” Ambito Financiero, Buenos Aires, 8
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Cohen, David, “Katzorama,” Art Journal, Winter

1997
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F4
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1996-1997 Rimanelli, David, “Las verdades sencillas de la pintura cotidiana,” pp. 18-22; “Los modales suducen: Una conversación entre Alex Katz y Francesco Clemente,” pp.23-30;
Genovs, Juan, “Un nuevo fidias,” pp. 31-32
Braun, Alexander, “Die Kunst der Ambivalenz,” Kunstforum International, Bd. 135, October

1996
Schjedahl, Peter, “A Sharpies's Crisis: Alex Katz”
Cembalest, Robin, “Figuring a Way Out of Abstract Expressionism: Alex Katz,” “Forerunner of Pop, Shows Signature Style at Marlborough,” Forward, 12 April, p. 9
Kramer, Hilton, “At 68, Alex Katz Blossoms With Ambitious New Show,” New York Observer, 29 April, pp. 1, 27
Kean, Amy, “Pick of the Weekend: In The Gallery,” The New York Post, 27 April Kimmelman, Michael, “Art In Review: Alex Katz,” The New York Times, 3 May
Mumford, Steve, “Alex Katz,” Review, New York, May, pp. 2-3
James, Merlin, “Reckoning Katz,” Modern Painters, Summer
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Dorsey, John, “Big Art,” The Baltimore Sun, 6 June, p. 26
Dorsey, John, “Surface Beauty,” The Baltimore Sun, 9 June, pp. 1H, 3H
Dorsey, John, “Pretty and yet Unsatisfying,” The Baltimore Sun, 19 June, pp. 1E-2E Greenberg, Melinda, “As Large As Life,” Baltimore Jewish Times, 21 June
Feliciano, Kristina, “Exhibits: Alex Katz,” American Artist, vol. 60, no. 647, June, p.10 Fitzgerald, Michael, “Katzʼ Eye,” Vogue, July, p.137
Giuliano, Mike, “Blurred Horizons: Landscapes Redefine Pop Artist Alex Katz Oeurve,” City Paper, 3 July
Hainley, Bruce, “Alex Katz,” Artforum, September, p. 109
Hernandez, Ruben, “Alex Katz: La ropa como signo de identidad,” Reforma, 5 October, p. 4G
“IVAM: Alex Katz, Erik Satie, Cirlot, Colecciones,” Arte y Parte, No. 5, October/November, pp. 104-105
Jarque, Vincente, “Maestro de la Abstraccion,” El Pais, 9 November, p. 22
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1995
McGee, Celia, “Portraiture is Back, but my it's Changed,” The New York Times, 1 January, section 2, pp. 1, 35.
Fauchereau, Serge, “Alex Katz: Mod les abstraits,” Point Art, Fall-Winter, p.17

1994
Aukeman, Anastasia, “Reviews: Alex Katz, Marlborough,” ARTnews, March, pp. 103-104
“Chronicle: The Painter Alex Katz Gives Something Back to Cooper Union,” The New York Times, 8 March
Myers, Terry R., “Reviews: “Alex Katz,” Marlborough,” Flash Art, vol. XXVII, March/April, p. 106
Kohen, Helen, “Heads Only: More Than Just a Pretty Face,” The Miami Herald, 17 April, section I, pp. 1, 8
Adams, Brooks, “Alex Katz at Marlborough and Robert Miller,” Art in America, July, pp. 90-91
Cotter, Holland, “Kenneth Koch at Tibor de Nagy Gallery,” The New York Times, 23 December

1993
Perl, Jed, “Making Faces,” Vogue, March, pp. 217-228
E.A.B., “The Katz Cache,” ARTnews, vol. 92, no. 3, March, p. 36
“Katz' Eye,” The New Yorker, May
Stapen, Hancy, “Showing the influence of context,” The Boston Sunday, May 2
Esterow, Milton, “The Second Time Around,” ARTnews, Summer, p. 148-150
Taplin, Robert, “Alex Katz at Robert Miller,” Art in America, vol. 81, no. 9. September, pp. 115-116
Katz, Vincent, “Alex Katz by Sam Hunter,” The Print Collector's Newsletter, vol. 24, no. 4, September-October, pp. 154-156
Lemos, Peter, “Coolest of the Katz,” Elle Decor, vol. 4, no. 5, October/November, pp. 32-38
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Smith, Roberta, “Turning Back to the World,” The New York Times, 26 November, p. C7
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“Art: Wood and Water,” The New Yorker, December 6, p. 24

1992
Young, Geoffrey, “Alex Katz,” Arts Magazine, vol. 66, no. 6, February, p. 58
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Monitor, 15 April
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Lipson, Karin, “Art Blooms at Nassau Museum,” Newsday, 16 June, pp. 49, 78
Harrison, Helen A., “Flowers and Modern Masters,” The New York Times, Long Island
Section, 28 June
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1991
Larson, Kay, “A Shock to the System,” New York, vol. 24, no. 17, 29 April, pp. 86-87
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Ratcliff, Carter, “Le portrait hobbesien d'Alex Katz,” Artstudio, Paris, no. 21, Summer, pp. 78-85
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Lewallen, Constance, “Interview,” View, Crown Point Press, San Francisco, vol. VII, no.5
Prince, Richard, “Alex Katz,” Journal of Contemporary Art, vol. 4, no. 2, Fall/Winter, pp. 70-81
Gardner, Paul, “What Artists Like About the Art They Like When They Don't Know Why,” ARTnews, vol. 90, no. 8, October, p. 118
Wright, Jeff, “Dominating Vision Apprehends Drama: Direct Line,” Interview, Cover Magazine, October, pp. 8-9
Smith, Roberta, “Art in Review: Alex Katz,” The New York Times, 18 October, section C, p. 28
Katz, Vincent, “Alex Katz in Three Dimensions,” House & Garden, vol. 163, no. 10, October, pp. 60, 62, 64
Walker, Mickey, “Alex Katz's N.Y. show is a beautiful experience,” The Waldo Independent, 14 November, p. 15
Lear, Frances, “Lunch,” Interview, Lear's, vol. 4, no. 9, November, pp. 23-24
Corn, Alfred, “Reviews: Alex Katz, Marlborough,” ARTnews, vol. 90, no. 10, December, p. 119

1990
Couture, Andrea M., “Artists Support Amnesty,” The Journal of Art, vol. 2, no. 4, January, pp. 1-2
Ratcliff, Carter, “American Nocturnes,” Elle, no. 53, January, pp. 64, 66
Kohen, Helen L, “FIU exhibition finds art in urban landscape,” The Miami Herald, 14 January, section K, p. 1
Gerstler, Amy, “Alex Katz: Michael Kohn Gallery,” Artforum, vol. XXVIII, no. 6, February, pp. 147-48
“SunStorm,” vol. XXV, no. 3, February - March, pp. 12-15
Zaya, Octavio, “Katz: 'Intento Plasmar las imagenes de Mi Tiempo,” Diario 16, April Sierra, Rafael, “Alex Katz,” El Mundo, Madrid, 25 April, p. 43
Huici, Fernando, “Sorda vibracion: La esencia de lo real en la pintura de Alex Katz,” El Pais, 28 April, p. 2
Fernandez-Cid, Miguel, ”Alex Katz, Demasiado Sencillo,” Guia de Madrid, April, pp. 58-59
Katz, Victor, “New Alex Katz,” Interview, April, p. 58
Angel Trenas, Miguel, “El Norteamericano Alex Katz Presenta su Primera Exposicion en Espana,” La Vanguardia, Barcelona, 1 May
Gallego, Julian, “Alex Katz y el American way of Life,” ABC De las Artes, no. 115, 3 May, p. 141
McLain, Kay, “A Faceless Man of Many Faces,” Newspaper, Chapel Hill, NC, 10 May, pp. 23, 43
Ramon Danvila, Jose, “Alex Katz: Tradición y Malicia,” El Punto, 10 May
Litt, Steven, “Alex Katz: Self-portraits of a man who seems to have nine lives,” The News and Observer, Raleigh, NC, 4 May, pp. 12-13, 23
Farrington, Susan, “Katz self portrait evoke strong reaction,” Herald, Sanford, NC, 9 May, p. A18
Halperen, Max, “Emptiness as a Form of Content: Alex Katz's Self-Portraits at NCMA,” The Arts Journal, June, pp. 18-19
O'Brien, Glenn, “Studio Visit,” Mirabella, vol. II, no. 1, June, pp. 52-54
Thompson, James, “Katz As Katz Can,” Asheville Citizen-Times, 15 July
Sewell, Brian, ‘Kitsch Man, Paw Man,” Evening Standard, 16 August, p. 24
Beaumont, Mary Rose, “Meet Man Ray, The Dog,” Financial Times, 12 August Manresa, Andreu, “La galer'a Marlborough colabora con el Reina Sofia,” El Pais, 22 August, p. 19
Kimmelman, Michael, “Art, Too, Finds A Summer Home Outside Manhattan,” The New York Times, 24 August, section C, pp. 1, 21
Watkins, Eileen, “Making Faces: Exhibit unmasks the 'Stranger' in Self-Portraits,” The Star-Ledger, 7 September, p. 39
Heilenman, Diane, “Reviews: J.B. Speed Art Museum,” The Courier Journal, 2 December, pp. I-6

1989
Beattie, Ann, “The Other Voices,” Switch, Special Issue-2, Japan
Webster, Douglas, “Alex Katz,” V Magazine, Phoenix, March, p. 23
Gefter, Philip, “Alex Katz,” Shift, vol. 3, no. 1, Spring, pp. 36-43
“The Maine Attraction Through the Eyes of Alex Katz,” Vis Vis, American Airlines, May, pp. 119-122, 124
“Seibu Museum of Art,” The Print Collector's Newsletter, vol. XX, no. 2, May-June, pp. 66-67
Kataoka, Mayumi, “Alex Katz and Ann Beattie,” Switch, Japan, vol. 7, no. 5, October, pp. 79-88
Solomon, Deborah, “A Downtown Aesthetic: The Residence and Studio of Artist Jennifer Bartlett,” Architectural Digest, November, pp. 316-321, 346

1988
“1988: Previews from 36 Artists,” The New York Times, 3 January
Goldstein, Richard, “Just Say Noh: The Esthetics of Banality,” Artforum, vol. XXVI, no. 5, January
Danziger, James, “Miller Time: The Rise of a Gallery with the Long View,” New York Magazine, 11 January
“Alex Katz ou la Traversee des Apparences,” Decoration Internationale, February Hurlburt, Roger, “A Celebration of Life & Limb,” News/Sun Sentinel, 7 February
Huici, Fernando, “Mas y Mejor,” El Pais, 11 February
Bonet, Juan Manuel, “ARCO-88: Continuidad, Calidad, Claridad,” Diario 16, 12 February Bonet, Juan Manuel, “Diez grandes obras de ARCO 88,” Diario 16, 16 February Kimmelman, Michael, ‘Art: 3 Shows at Brooklyn Museum,” The New York Times, 4 March
Wallach, Amei, “Rediscovering the Spirit of the Breakaway 50's,” Newsday, New York, 22 April
“In New York Notiert,” Aufbau, 8 April
Asahi Shimbun, Japan, 27 May
Cullinan, Helen, “Peering into the darkness: Katz is bent on nocturnal angle,” Plain Dealer, Cleveland, 22 June
“People,” Art & Auction, vol. X, no. 11, June
Krebs, Betty Dietz, “Alex Katz ponders nocturnal skyline,” Dayton Daily News, 25 June Smith, Roberta, “Museum Madness,” House & Garden, July
Monthly Art Magazine Bijutsu Techno, vol. 48, no. 396, Japan, July
Raynor, Vivien, “Alex Katz Featured in Show of Works at Galasso Gallery,” The New York Times, 21 August
Bass, Ruth, Review, ARTnews, September
“Bea Pixa's San Francisco,” Review, San Francisco Examiner, 4 October
Lewis, Jo Ann, “Foreign Intrique; Shogun to Chagall,” Harper's Bazaar, October
Kuspit, Donald B., Review, Art in America, vol. 76, no. 11, November, pp. 178-79

1987
Di Lauro, Stephen, “Alex Katz,” American Artist, March 1986, pp. 30-75; reprinted
Downtown, July 7, pp. 21-23
Preston, Sandy, Book review “50 New York Artists,” Art Gallery International, vol. 8,
edition 5, July/August
Dietz-Krebs, Betty, “Jesse Phillips grants peek at corporate art collection,” Dayton Daily
News and Herald Journal, 20 September
“Play Ball,” Horizon Magazine, vol. 30, no. 6, September
Kaufman, David, “A Poetics of the Mundane,” Chronicles, vol. II, no. 9, September
Mueller, Cookie, “Art and About,” Details Magazine, November, p. 81
Mahoney, Robert, Review, "Alex Katz: From The Early '60s,” Arts Magazine, vol. 62, no. 4, December, p. 107

1986
Glueck, Grace, “Alex Katz,” Painting in the High Style,” New York Times Magazine, March 2, pp. 37-86
Russell, John, “Alex Katz and the Art that Conceals its Art,” The New York Times, March
Larson, Kay, “The Shore of Light,” New York, vol. 19, no. 13, 31 March, pp. 86-87
Stout, Mira, “Cool for Katz,” Vanity Fair, March
Hughes, Robert, “The Rockwell of the Intelligentsia,” Time, 14 April, p. 96
Bass, Ruth, “Bland Power,” ARTnews, April, pp. 107-111
Tomkins, Calvin, “Real and Unreal,” The New Yorker, May, p. 99- 101
Welish, Marjorie, “Contesting Leisure: Alex Katz and Eric Fischl,” Artscribe, June/July, pp. 45-47
Berkson, William, “Alex Katz; First Painter of Character,” Art in America, November, pp. 152-59, 183, 185

1985
McGill, Douglas C., “How Alex Katz Puts Power on Canvas,” The New York Times, 24 March, section 2, pp. 1, 33
Russell, John, “Art View: When a Pastime Becomes the Stuff of Metaphor,” The New York Times, 17 March, section 2, p. 31
Howell, John, Reviews, Art Forum, Summer
Brenson, Michael, “One Man Shows Will Enrich the Season,” The New York Times, 8 September

1984
Katz, Vincent, “Plunk 'em Down and Paint 'emʼ,” The Ritz Newspaper, no. 92, p. 59
Smith, Roberta, “Small Paintings by Alex Katz and Paintings by Marsden Hartley,” The New York Times, 6 January
“Art: Surface Effects,” The Village Voice, 31 January, pp. 82-83

1983
Smith, Roberta, “Art: Expression without the Ism,” The Village Voice, 29 March, p. 81
Russell, John, “Art: Alex Katz's Works, Ever Nice, Never Empty,” The New York Times, 11 March, section C, p. 22
Steinbrink, Mark, “Why Artists Design for Paul Taylor,” The New York Times, 3 April, section 2, pp. 1, 24

1982
Horsfield, Kate, “On Art and Artists: Alex Katz,” Interview, Profile, no. 2, January, pp. 1-11
Katz, Ada, “Alex Katz,” Interview, Profile, no. 2, January, pp. 12-21

1981
Alloway, Lawrence, “The Constant Muse,” Art in America, vol. 69, January, pp. 110-118
Kramer, Hilton, “Art View: Two Illuminating Styles of the Late 1950's,” The New York Times, 15 February, section D, pp. 29, 31
Sandler, Irving, “Alex Katz 1957-1959,” Arts Magazine, vol. 55, February, pp. 98-99
Sterns, Robert, “Alex Katz: Paintings and Drawings 1959-1979,” Ohio Arts Journal, September-October
Kramer, Hilton, “The Return of the Realists - And a New Battle Shaping Up,” The New York Times, 25 October, section C, pp. 1, 35

1980
Perreault, John, “Cool Katz,” SoHo Weekly News, 19 March, p. 50
Wallach, Amei, “In Katz' Art, Only Happy Endings,” Newsday, 16 March, section II, pp. 4-5
Silverthorne, Jeanne, “Reviews: Alex Katz,” Artforum, vol. 8, Summer, p. 80

1979
Ratcliff, Carter, “Alex Katz's Cutouts,” Arts Magazine, vol. 53, February, pp. 96-97
Brody, Jacqueline, “New Prints of Worth: A Question of Taste”
Russell, John, “Katz Portraits Step Out of Their Frames,” The New York Times, 2
March, section C, pp. 1, 17
Russell, John, “Art People,” The New York Times, 7 September, section C, p. 14
Interview, Print Collector's Newsletter, no. 10, September-October, pp. 109-119

1978
Ratcliff, Carter, “Alex Katz: Style as a Social Contract,” Art International, vol. 22, 19 February, pp. 26-28, 50-51
Tallmer, Jerry, “Portraits Far Larger Than Life,” The New York Post, 11 March, p. 16
Kramer, Hilton, “Art: Zoom Lens Canvases of Alex Katz,” The New York Times, 3 March, section C. p. 18

1977
Muchnich, Suzanne, “Alex Katz Paints the Good Life,” Artweek, 17 September
Ratcliff, Carter, “New York Today: Some Artists Comment,” Interview, Art in America,
no. 65, September-October, pp. 81-82
Alloway, Lawrence, “Art,” The Nation, 1 October, pp. 316-17
Hess, Thomas B., “Alex Katz's Sign of the Times,” New York, 3 October, pp. 68-70

1976
Alloway, Lawrence, “Alex Katz's Development,” Artforum, vol. 14, January, pp. 45-51 Russell, John, “Art: Alex Katz's Idyllic and Simplified World,” The New York Times, 28 February, p. 22
Bourdon, David, “Katz Advertises His Family,” The Village Voice, 15 March, pp. 131- 32

1975
Henry, Gerrit, “The Artist and The Face: A Modern American Sampling,” Art in America,
no. 63, January-February, p. 36
Kent, Sarah, “Alex Katz at the Marlborough Gallery,” Studio International, vol. 189,
March-April, pp. 149-50
Moritz, Charles, ed., “Alex Katz,” Current Biography, vol. 36, July, pp. 17-20
O'Hara, Frank, “Alex Katz,” Art and Literature, no. 9, Summer, pp. 91-101; Reprinted in Frank O'Hara, Art Chronicles 1954-1966, George Braziller, New York

1974
Smith, Roberta, “Reviews: Alex Katz,” Artforum, vol. 12, March, p. 74.
Sandler, Irving, “Alex Katz at Marlborough,” Art in America, vol. 62, March-April, pp. 110-11

1973
Kramer, Hilton, “The World of Alex Katz: Big Numbers, Fast Moves,” The New York
Times, 16 December, section D, p. 25
Perreault, John, “At the Table, On the Stoop,” The Village Voice, 20 December, pp. 37, 39

1971
Antin, David, “Alex and the Tactics of Representation,” Art News, vol. 70, April, pp. 44
47, 75-77
Kramer, Hilton, “Quite a Lot to Look At,” The New York Times, 28 November, section D,
p. 21
Ratcliff, Carter, “The New York Letter,” Art International, vol. 15, 20 December, pp. 60-61
Alloway, Lawrence, “Art,” The Nation, 6 December, pp. 605-606

1968
Leider, Phillip, “Reviews: Alex Katz,” Artforum, vol. 6, February, pp. 46-47
Burton, Scott, “Reviews and Previews: Alex Katz,” ARTnews, vol. 67, October, p. 12

1967
Rose, Barbara and Irving Sandler, “The Sensibility of the Sixties,” Art in America, no. 55,
January-February, p. 50
Disch, Thomas M., “The Katz Chronicle,” The Village Voice, September 28, pp. 67-70
Calas, Nicolas, “Alex Katz: Faces and Flowers,” Art International, vol. 11, 20 November,
pp. 25-27
Kramer, Hilton, “The Sociable Art of Alex Katz,” The New York Times, 24 December,
section 2, p. 24

1966
O'Hara, Frank, “Alex Katz,” Art and Literature, no. 9, Summer, pp. 91-101, reprinted in Frank O'Hara, Art Chronicles 1954-1966, George Braziller, New York, 1975

1965
Denby, Edwin, “Katz: Collage, Cutout, Cut-up,” ARTnews, vol. 63, January, pp. 42-44
Sandler, Irving, “The New Cool Art,” Art in America, vol. 52, February, pp. 96-100
Berkson, William, “Alex Katz's Surprise Image,” Arts Magazine, vol. 40, December, pp.
22-26
Tillim, Sidney, “The Katz Cocktail: Grand and Cozy,” ARTnews, vol. 64, December, pp.
46-49, 67-69

1964
Sandler, Irving, “In the Art Galleries,” The New York Post, 9 February, p. 40

1963
Kroll, Jack, “Reviews and Previews: Alex Katz,” ARTnews, vol. 61, February, p. 11

1962
Schuyler, James, “Alex Katz Paints a Picture,” ARTnews, vol. 60, February, pp. 38-41,
52
O'Hara, Frank, “Art Chronicle II,” Kulchur, Summer

1961
Kroll, Jack, “Quartet of March Solos: Katz,” ARTnews, vol. 60, March, pp. 38, 67
Tillim, Sidney, “Month in Review,” Arts Magazine, vol. 35, April, pp. 46-49

1960
Porter, Fairfield, “Art,” The Nation, 2 April, p. 243
Porter, Fairfield, “Art,” The Nation, 1 October, pp. 215-16

1959
“Is There a New Academy? Part II,” ARTnews, vol. 58, September, p. 39

1958
Sawin, Martica, “In the Galleries: Tom Boutis and Alex Katz,” Arts Magazine, vol. 32, January, p. 58

1957
Sawin, Martica, “In the Galleries: Alex Katz,” Arts Magazine, vol. 31, January, pp. 53, 56
Tyler, Parker, “Reviews and Previews: Alex Katz”, ARTnews, vol. 55, January, p. 55

1954
Kramer, Hilton, “Fortnight in Review: Alex Katz,” Arts Digest, vol. 29, November, p. 29
O'Hara, Frank, “Reviews and Previews: Alex Katz,” ARTnews, vol. 53, November, p. 66
Porter, Fairfield, “Reviews and Previews: Young Painters,” ARTnews, vol. 53, November, pp. 53, 59

1953
Goodnough, Robert, “Reviews and Previews: Alex Katz, Lois Dodd,” ARTnews, vol. 52,
May, pp. 55-56
Geist, Sidney, “Galleries: '52-'53 Flashback,” Arts Digest, vol. 27, June, pp. 21, 24


1959 Born in New York City
Lives and works in New York


Education

Montessori School Brooklyn Heights 1965-1967
Adams School 1967-1970
Buckingham School 1970-1973
Oneida School 1973-1974
O.D. Heck School 1973-1974


Solo Exhibitions

2013
"The Sundance Kid is Beautiful," Whitebox Art Center at PERFORMA 13, New York
Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York

2009
“Correspondences,” Galerie Martin Janda, Vienna (with Karl Holmqvist; curated by Matthew Higgs)

2004
Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York

1985
“Drawings and Typings,” Museum Boymans-Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, Netherlands

1979
“Everyday Business,” Open Eye Theater, New York
“Red and Green,” Holly Solomon Gallery, New York

1978
“About Earth & Universes: paintings by Christopher Knowles,” Holly Solomon Gallery, New York
“Typing Work,” Holly Solomon Gallery, New York

1976
“A Typing Work Show,” The Kitchen, New York

1975
“Typed Designs & Poems,” Byrd Hoffman Studio, New York

1974
“Map of New York City,” Byrd Hoffman Studio, New York


Group Exhibitions

2013
"Merci Mercy," 980 Madison Avenue, New York (co-curated by Christine Messineo and Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld)

2012
“Ecstatic Alphabets/Heaps of Language,” MoMA, New York

2011
“En el primer cercle,” Fundacio Antoni Tapies, Barcelona, Spain
“Gold Records,” Art Blog Art Blog, New York
“Two Colors,” curated by Clay Hapaz, Elisabeth Ivers Gallery and Kathleen Cullen Fine Art, New York

2010
“Law of the Jungle,” Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York

2009
“Visions of the Frontier,” curated by Robert Wilson, Institut Valencia d’Art Modern
“Poor. Old. Tired. Horse,” Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, UK
“Character Generator,” Eleven Rivington, New York
“Niet Normaal: Difference on Display,” Beurs van Berlage, Amsterdam, Netherlands
“Just What Are They Saying,” Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, New Orleans (curated by Beth Rudin deWoody)
“The Labyrinth Wall,” Exit Art, New York

2008
“Typed,” Sadie Coles, London, UK
“Glossolalia: Languages of Drawing,” Museum of Modern Art, New York

2007

“Get Lost: Artists Map Downtown New York,” New Museum Project, New York
“Learn to Read,” Tate Modern, London, UK
“Extraordinary Rendition,” Nogueras Blanchard, Barcelona, Spain
Allston Skirt Gallery, Boston

2006
Herald Street, project room, London, UK
“25 x 25,” Cereal Art, Philadelphia
“Dereconstruction,” curated by Matthew Higgs, Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York
“Of Mice and Men: 4th Berlin Biennial for Contemporary Art,” Berlin, Germany
“Down by Law,” Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

2005
“Looking at Words: The Formal Presence of Text in Modern and Contemporary
Works on Paper,” Andrea Rosen Gallery

2004
“Open House: Working in Brooklyn,” Brooklyn Art Museum, New York

2002
“To Whom It May Concern,” CCA Wattis Institute, San Francisco

2000
“THE END: An Independent Vision of Contemporary Culture, 1982-2000,” Exit Art, New York

1997
“La Tradicion: Performing Painting,” Exit Art, New York

1984
“The Innovative Escape,” Holly Solomon Gallery, New York
“Group Exhibition,” The Castelli-Goodman-Solomon Gallery, Easthampton, New York
“New Drawing in America,” The Drawing Center, New York
“The Destroyed Print,” Pratt Manhattan Center Gallery, New York

1981
“Art on Paper,” Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro (cat.)
“Emblems & Paint,” Hallwalls, Buffalo (cat.)
“Summer Light,” Penthouse Exhibition, Museum of Modern Art, New York
“Summer Group Show,” Holly Solomon Gallery, New York
“Out of New York,” Hamilton College, Clinton New York
“Poetic Visions,” Otis/Parsons Art Gallery, New York

1980
“27th Annual Art Exhibition,” Bayonne Jewish Community Center, Bayonne NJ
“Visual Diaries,” Alex Rosenberg Gallery, New York (cat.)
“Die Neuen Wilden,” Aachen, West Germany (cat.)
“Les Nouveaux Fauves,” Neue Galerie / Sammlung Ludwig, Aachen, West Germany

1979
“Mind Child Architecture,” The Newark Museum, Newark NJ
“Words and Images,” Philadelphia College of Art, Philadelphia
“Summer Group Show,” Holly Solomon Gallery, New York
“The Stage Show,” Museum of Modern Art, New York
“Small is Beautiful,” Traveling Exhibition

1978
“The Music Show,” Holly Solomon Gallery and Artists Space, New York
“Storytelling in Art,” Museum of the American Foundation for the Arts, Miami
“New Art for the New Year,” Penthouse Exhibition, Museum of Modern Art, New York

1977
“Audiotape of Original Recordings,” Musee Galleria, Paris, France
“Patterning & Decoration,” Museum of the American Foundation for the Arts, Miami
“Surrogates/Self Portraits,” Holly Solomon Gallery, New York
“Space Needles and Other Typings,” The Drawing Center, New York

1976
“Typed Designs and Poems,” Foster White Gallery, Seattle
“Typed Designs, Poems, Drawings,” Portland Center for Visual Art, Portland, OR

1974
“Typed Designs and Poems-Audiotape of Original Recordings,” Musee Galliera, Paris, France


Public Collections

Museum Ludwig (Dr. Peter Ludwig), Cologne, Germany
Museum Boymans-van Beuningen, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Museum of Modern Art, New York


Published Work:

1985 “Drawings,” House Bebert, Rotterdam, Netherlands
1979 “Typings,” Vehicle Editions, New York
1987 “Christpher Knowles Typings,” Publishing House Bebert, Rotterdam, Netherlands


Poetry in Publications

1978
“Get Wreck,” Roof IV
“He Was the Most,” So & So
“Mandy, Brandy,” The World

1977
“Letter to Paris,” Traveler’s Digest
“Loof and Let Dime,” Unmuzzled Ox
“Tree Poem,” The Village Voice

1976
“Everything is Beautiful, A Horse With No Name,” The New Yorker
“I Feel the Earth Move, (Give Me Love) Give Me Peace On Earth,” Andy Warhol’s
Interview


1975
“Rock On,” “Hello It’s Me,” The Village Voice
“Searching Bags All Together,” “Are You Really in the Ears,” “Longfellow Serenade,” Ear Magazine


Poetry in Anthologies

“Get Wreck,” Text-Sound Texts, Edited by Richard Kostelanetz, 1980; “Once Upon a Time,” Wonders, Writings, and Drawings for the Child in Us All (Rolling Stone Press, 1980); “The Life and Times of Maddom Dame,” “Dia Log/Curious George,” Scenarios (NY: Assembling Press, 1980)


Poetry Readings

1978
112 Greene Street, New York (with Cindy Lubar)
Performance Fire Festival, New York (with Cindy Lubar)

1975

St. Mark’s Church, New York (with Robert Wilson)
Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York (with Cindy Lubar for Andy deGroat & Dancers)
Tibet Center Benefit, New York (with Robert Wilson)
Byrd Hoffman Studio
The Wind (with Robert Wilson, text by Christopher Knowles)
Longhouse, East Hampton NY


Perfomance Work

2013
“The Sundance Kid is Beautiful,” Musée du Louvre, Paris, France (forthcoming)

2012
“The Sundance Kid is Beautiful,” Martin E. Segal Theatre, CUNY, Presented in collaboration with The Watermill Center, Dissident Industries, and Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, May 17

2011
White Columns, New York, November 18

1999
“THE DAYS BEFORE,” Robert Wilson Production, New York State Theatre, Lincoln Center, NY, text by Christopher Knowles & Umberto Eco.

1998
“70 Angels on the Façade,” Robert Wilson Production, text by Christopher Knowles and Lisa Ponti

1997
“Rescue,” Laurie Anderson’s Meltdown Performance featuring Laurie Anderson, Christopher Knowles, Lou Reed, Robert Wilson and others

1996
“Come Out Under the Red Rock,” performer in Robert Wilson production, Weimar,
Germany, Sicily, Italy

1994
“And Then There Were Legos,” Theatre for a New City, New York (puppeteer, scenic artist)
“TSE,” Performer in Robert Wilson production, Sicily, Italy

1993
“Wonderlust Swirling Through My Brain,” University Settlement, New York

1992
“Hallmark World,” The Arts at St. Ann’s, New York (performer/scenic artist)

1991
“Grace for Grace,” Cathedral of St. John the Divine duet with Robert Wilson

1989
“Windows Two: Green Thought in the Green Shade,” with Richard Rutkowski,
Agassiz Theatre, Cambridge MA (performer/collaborator)
“ Windows One,” with Richard Rutkowski, performer/collaborator, Boston Film & Video Foundation
“Requiem,” film by Alex Steyermark

1988
“The Cat’s Pajamas,” with Richard Rutkowski, The Music Hall, Cambridge MA

1987
“Parzival,” Robert Wilson Production, lead role, Text by Christopher Knowles &
Tankred Dorst, Thalia Theatre, Hamburg, West Germany

1985
“Reading / Performance 1969-1984,” Text by Christopher Knowles, Robert Wilson, Ben Halley, Chris Moore and David Byrne, Dublin, Belgium, Cambridge MA

1982
“Glabal and Collection,” Westbeth Theatre Center, New York, Suny Purchase NY

1979/80
“Dia Log / Network,” collaboration with Robert Wilson) Text by Christopher Knowles, Brussels, Warsaw, Rotterdam, Turin, Milan, New York

1978
“Dia Log / Network,” (collaboration with Robert Wilson) Text by Christopher Knowles and Robert Wilson, Munich, Florence, Paris, Boston, Amsterdam, Minneapolis, Chicago

1977
“The Network Play,” (collaboration with Cindy Lubar) Ontario, Canada

1976/77
“Emily Likes the T.V.,” (collaboration with Cindy Lubar)The Kitchen, New York
And/Or Gallery, Seattle WA, Port Jefferson, New York

1976
“Dia Log (3),” Text by Christopher Knowles & Robert Wilson performed by Christopher Knowles and Robert Wilson, Lucinda Childs Whitney Museum, New York, Rutgers University, NJ, Corcoran Gallery, Washington DC, Portland, Oregon
“This is the One,” (collaboration with Cindy Lubar)
“Spaceman,” (performer in Robert Wilson production) The Kitchen, New York
“A Solo Piece,” The Kitchen, New York
“Einstein on the Beach,” by Robert Wilson and Philip Glass, text by Christopher Knowles, Samuel M. Johnson & Lucinda Childs

1975/76
“Dia Log (2),” Text by Christopher Knowles & Robert Wilson (performance/collaboration with Robert Wilson) Public Theatre, Whitney
Museum, Rutgers, University Corcoran Gallery, Washington DC

1975
“Dialog of the Sundance Kid,” Text by Christopher Knowles & Robert Wilson performed by Christopher Knowles and Robert Wilson
Solo Performance, Byrd Hoffman Studio, New York, Iran, Milan, Rome
“$ Value of Man,” text by Christopher Knowles & Robert Wilson,
(performance/collaboration with Robert Wilson), Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York

1974
“A Mad Man A Mad Giant A Mad Dog A Mad Urge, Text by Christopher Knowles & Robert Wilson, performance/collaboration with Robert Wilson) Shiraz, Iran, Kennedy Center, Washing ton D.C.
“The Life and Times of Dave Clark,” (performer, Robert Wilson production) Sao Paolo, Brazil
“A Letter for Queen Victoria,” (collaborator/performer, Robert Wilson production)
Spoleto, Italy, multiple venues in France, Belgrade, Zurich, New York

1973
“The Life and Times of Joseph Stalin,” Text and performance by Christopher Knowles


Audio Recordings

1999
“Other Rooms, other voices: Audio works by artists,” Includes Robert Wilson
reading works by Christoher Knowles; for Swiss Radio Zurich

1998
“Aquilarco,” by Giovanni Sollima, text by Christopher Knowles, read by Robert Wilson


Set Designs

1975-80
Designed and painted sets for five Dialog performance pieces written and
performed in collaboration with Robert Wilson (Rome , Milan, Torino, Munich, Florence, Paris, Brussels, Warsaw, Rotterdam, Washington DC, Chicago, Minneapolis, New York

1979
Designed and painted set pieces for “Everyday Business,” by Cindy Lubar, New York

1977
Designed (typed) backdrop for choreographer Andy DeGroat’s, “Angie’s Waltz
(toured in Europe and New York State”


Interviews

1989
with Laurence Shyer for Robert Wilson and his Collaborators (published by
Theatre Communications Group, 1990)

1977
with Maxime de la Falaise in Andy Warhol’s Interview

1976
with Lisa Bear, Willoughby Sharp and Robert Wilson


Selected Bibliography

2014
Young, Logan K., "Audio Visual Arts Opens 2014 with 'Christopher Knowles...," Classicalite, January 

2013
Konigsberg, Eric, "Ars Longa: Encore," The New Yorker, April
Joerres, Michael, "Christopher Knowles & Nick Relph..." Opening Ceremony Blog, February

2012 

Higgs, Matthew, "Einstein on the Beach," Artforum, December

2012
Als, Hilton, "Slow Man," The New Yorker, September 17

2011
Rosenberg, Karen, "Second Year Fair Hopes to Stay an Upstart," The New York Times, March 4

2007
Volz, Jochen, "Looking Back," Frieze, January

2006
"Christopher Knowles," The Guide Of Mice and Men, 4th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art

2004
Andrews, Max, "Christopher Knowles," frieze, October

2004
Kastner, Jeffrey, "Christopher Knowles: Gavin Brown's enterprise," Artforum, September








Born 1966, Bangkok, Thailand
Lives and works in Bangkok and New York


Education

1985-89 Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
1991-93 School of the Art Institute of Chicago


Solo Exhibitions

2012
“Space Out,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York

2011
“A Mindful Mission,” Kunstverein Freiburg, Germany
"A Mindful Mission (redux)", Galerie Giti Nourbakhsch, Berlin, Germany

2008

Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK

2007

Galerie Giti Nourbakhsch, Berlin, Germany
Gavin Brown’s enterprise

2006
VER Gallery, Bangkok,Thailand

2005
Gallery Side 2, Tokyo, Japan

2004
Giti Nourbakhsch Gallery, Berlin
Victoria Miro Gallery, London

2003
Kunsthalle Basel, Basel (cat.)

2002
Massimo de Carlo, Milan
Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York

2001
Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK

2000

Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York, NY
Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, OH
Gallery Side 2, Tokyo, Japan

1999

Il Capricorno, Venice, Italy
Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland (with Peter Doig)
Marc Foxx Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

1998
Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol, UK (with Peter Doig)
Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York, NY
Micheline Szwajcer, Antwerp, Belgium

1997
Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK

1996
Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York, NY
Marc Foxx Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

1994
260 Washington Ave, Brooklyn NY

1991
215 Willoughby Ave, Brooklyn, NY

1990
Goethe Institute, Bangkok, Thailand

Group Exhibitions

2012
“Everyday Abstract – Abstract Everyday,” James Cohan Gallery, New York 
"B. Wurtz & Co." Curated by Matthew Higgs, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles
“Search for New Synesthesia,” Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan

2011

"Space Oddity", curated by Friederike Nymphius, CCA Andratx, Mallorca, Spain
“Manifesto,” Chiang Mai, Thailand

2010

“Imagine peace,” Bangkok Art And Culture Center, Bangkok, Thailand

2009
"Floors/Walls", Galerie Giti Nourbakhsch, Berlin
"The house the cat built", Galeria Salvador Díaz, Madrid (curated by Rirkrit Tiravanija)
Topographies - Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY

2008

“Back to Black,” Kestnergesellshaft, Hanover, Germany (cat.)

2007

“Very Abstract & Hyper Figurative” Thomas Dane Gallery, London
“Inwords” the UNIVERSITY MUSEUMS of the University of Delaware

2006

Kenneth L. Fried Collection of Contemporary Art, Lambertville, New Jersey
“Dereconstruction,” Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York curated by Matthew Higgs
“Infinite Painting,” Villa Manin Centre for Contemporary Art, Codroipo. Italy

2005

“Looking at Words: The Formal Presence of Text in Modern and Contemporary Works on Paper,” Andrea Rosen Gallery
“Bidibidobidiboo: Works from Collezione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo,” curated by Franceso Bonami, Turin, Italy

2004

“Keep Your Head to the Sky,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York

2003
‘Inaugural Group Exhibition,’ Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
‘1st Gold NMAC Artists Tournament’, Fundacion NMAC, Spain
‘Painting Pictures’, Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg
‘20th Anniversary- Welcome home,’ Gavin Brown’s enterprise, , New York

2002
‘The Longest Winter,’ University Galleries, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL
‘Pertaining to Painting’, Contemporary Arts Museums, Austin Museum of Art, Austin
‘Hard To Read,’ Center for Curatorial Studies Museum, Bard College, NY, curated by Feng Liu
‘New Prints 2001/ Autumn’, IPCNY, New York

2001
‘The Mystery of Painting’, Sammlung Goetz, Munich, Germany (cat.)
‘Fresh: Recent Acquisitions’, Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY
‘Works on Paper from Acconci to Zittel, Victoria Miro Gallery, London
‘Painting at the Edge of the World’, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis

2000
Galleria Massimo di Carlo, Milano, Italy
'Spot On', Victoria Miro Gallery, New York, NY
'Greater New York', P.S.1, Long Island City, NY

1999
'Examining Pictures', Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, UK (cat.)
Nach-Bild', Kunsthalle Basel, Basel, Switzerland (curated by Peter Pakesch - catalogue)
'Zone (Espèces d'Espaces)', Palazzo Re Rebaudengo, Guarene d'Alba, Italy (curated by Francesco Bonami)

1998
'Every Day ', 11th Biennale of Sydney, Australia
Project 63, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
'A to Z', The approach, London, UK (curated by Matthew Higgs)
'Lovecraft', South London Gallery, London, UK (curated by Martin McGeown and Toby Webster)
'Exterminating Angel', Galerie Ghislaine Hussenot, Paris, France (curated by Joshua Decter)

1997
'Essential Gestures', Johnson County Community College Gallery of Art, Overland, KS
'Lovecraft', Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow, Scotland

1996
'Site-Santa Fe', Santa Fe, NM (curated by Francesco Bonami)
'Drawings for the Mab Library', AC Project Room, New York, NY
'Tangles', Otis Gallery, Otis College of Art & Design, Los Angeles, CA
Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York, NY
'Screen', curated by Joshua Decter, Frederich Petzel Gallery, New York, NY

1995
Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York, NY
Marc Foxx Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

1993

"inconsequent", Natalie Rivera, New York, NY
MFA Thesis Show, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
Gallery 2, Chicago, IL

1989
"Bring Good Thing to Life", Toshiba Thailand Co., Ltd., Bangkok, Thailand
13th Bua Luang Exhibition of Painting, Bangkok Bank, Bangkok, Thailand
Contemporary Art Exhibition, Thai Farmers Bank, Bangkok, Thailand


Bibliography

2012
"B. Wurtz, Martin Creed and Richard Hawkins' in LA," Phaidon, April
Soto, Paul, “B. Wurtz’s Legacy Is Unfinished,” Art in America, April 4

2011
Prince, Mark, “Udomsak Krisanamis, Kunstverien Freiburg,” Art in America, September, P.145

2010
“Imagine peace,” Bangkok Art And Culture Center (cat.)

2008
Peyton, Elizabeth “Portrait of an Artist,” The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, (cat.)

2007
Winn, Lance, “InWords: The Art of Language,” published by University of Delaware

2006

Goodbody, Bridget L., Review, The New York Times, February 2, p. E35
Higgs, Matthew, “Dereconstruction,” published by Gladstone Gallery, New York, NY

2004
Bell, Kirsty, Contemporary, Issue No. 58, February, pp. 79-81

2003
Pakesch, Peter; Vegh, Christina; Bell, Kirsty , “Udomsak Krisanamis,” published by Kunsthalle Basel, Basel

2002

Knode, Marilu, Vitamin P, Phaidon Press, London, pp. 182-183
Bell, Kirsty, “Art Now,” published by Taschen, editaed by Uta Grosenick and Burkhard Riemschneider, Koln

2001
Thiel, Wolf Gunter, ‘Signs of Meaning and signs of Effect. The Work of Udomsak Krisanamis’ in The Mystery of Painting, Sammlung Goetz, Munich, pp. 100-114
“Loose,” Arena + Homme (ill.), Spring/Summer, p. 252
Stern, Steven, “The Story of O”, Frieze, April, pp. 70-73
Periz. Ingrid, review, Art News, November
Soonthornsawad, Jay-Noppanat, “Zero,” WC Magazine, p. 93

2000
Avgikos, Jan, review, Artforum, November, p.154
Daily, Meghan, “Udomsak Krisanamis”, Time Out New York, September 21-28, p.69
Smith, Roberta, “Udomsak Krisanamis, The New York Times, Friday, September 29

1999
Tiravanija, Rirkrit, “Dusk”, Nach-Bild (cat.), p. 56-57
Lee, Margaret Juhae, “From op-ed to op art”, ARTnews, March, p. 122

1998
Swenson, Ingrid, "Udomsak Krisanamis", Everyday: The 11th Biennale of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, p. 142 (cat.)
Higgs, Matthew, "Udomsak Krisanamis", Cream: Contemporary art in culture, Phaidon Press, London, UK, p. 236
Chapman, Jake, "From Dawn till Dusk: Peter Doig and Udomsak Krisanamis", Peter Doig / Udomsak Krisanamis, Arnolfini, Bristol, UK (cat.)
Hunt, Ian, "Night's thousand eyes", Peter Doig / Udomsak Krisanamis, Arnolfini, Bristol, UK (cat.)
Kino, Carol, "Op 'til you drop", Time Out New York, June 25-July 2, p.57
Saltz, Jerry, Review, Time Out New York, June 1998
Tone, Lilian and Umland, Anne ,"In your Eye”, projects 63, MOMA brochure, May
Cotter, Holland, "Chelsea-The New Center of Gravity", The New York Times, May 15, Art Review
Dee Mitchell, Charles, Art in America, November, p.47 Currah, Mark, Review, Time Out, February 10, p. 30
catalogue, 'Truce', Site Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM
Thorson, Alice, “New Realities of Abstraction”, Kansas City Star, November 30 – December 7
Ostrow, Saul, ‘Essential Gestures’, Johnson County Community Museum, November 9 – December 21.

1997

Pagel, David, "Isolated Concept", Los Angeles Times, February 1, p. F3
Smith, Roberta, Review, The New York Times, February 2, p. C26
Schjeldahl, Peter, "Screenery", Village Voice, February 13, p.77
Perchuk, Andrew, Review, Artforum, April, p. 107
Smith, Roberta, "Enter Youth, Quieter and Subtler", The New York Times,

1996
May 17, p. C1

1995
Pagel, David, "New Testament' Puts Words to the Test”, Los Angeles Times, August 10, p. F8


Public Collections

Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Mora-Art Foundation, New York
Asprey, London
Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Torino, Italy
Cartier Foundation, Paris
Albright Knox Art Gallery, NY



Education

2006 M.F.A. Painting, Yale School of Art, New Haven
2001 B.F.A. Painting, Cooper Union, New York


Solo Exhibitions

2013
"Monster Bathers, Blue Scribble, and Others," Oko, New York
Kendall Koppe Gallery, Glasgow, UK

2012
“Woman! Painting! Woman!” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
“Criminal Stickup in Yellow at the Eisenberg Collection,” collectorspace, Istanbul, Turkey

2011
“Ladies Who Punch,” Salon 94, Freemans, New York
“Ella Kruglyanskaya,” White Room, White Columns, New York


Selected Group Exhibitions

2013
"Notes on Neo-Camp," Office Baroque, Antwerp, Belgium (curated by Chris Sharp)
"News from New York," Galleri Tom Chrisoffersen (curated by Jens-Peter Brask)

2012
“Leave it to Beavers,” Gallery Diet, Miami, Florida
“The Art of Cooking,” Royal T, Los Angeles
“Sleep Late, My Lady Friend,” Horton Gallery, Berlin, Germany

2011
“Magic Hand," ART BLOG ART BLOG, New York
Ella Kruglyanskaya, Benjamin Senior, James Fuentes LLC, New York
Paintings for Barneys windows, Barneys New York, New York
White Columns Benefit Auction, White Columns, New York

2010
“Painting and Sculpture,” Lehman Maupin, New York


Selected Projects

2011
Paintings for Barneys windows, Barneys New York, New York

2010
Artists in Residence exhibition, Abrons Art Center, New York


Residency

2009-2010
Henry Street Settlement / Abrons Art Center, Artist in Residence studio program, New York


Bibliography

2013
Smith, Roberta, "Brian Belott: 'Draw Gym'," The New York Times, September
Beek, Jozefien van, "Zeg niet zomaar kitsch tegen camp," De Morgen
Mclean-Ferris, Laura, "Ella Kruglyanskaya," Frieze, June
McLean-Ferris, Laura, "Notes on Neo-Camp," Frieze, April

2012
Johnson, Ken, Review, The New York Times, July 30
Lee, Nate, Critic's Pick, Artforum, July 12
Jovanovic, Rozalia, "Look at This! Ella Kruglyanskaya’s ‘Woman! Painting! Woman!’ at Gavin Brown," Gallerist NY, The Observer, July 10
"Scroll Contributor | Joshua Abelow Chats with Ella Kruglyanskaya," Paddle 8, July 3
Klarl, Joseph, "Object-Ion," Interview, June
Gartenfeld, Alex, "Ella Kruglyanskaya," Art in America, June

2011
Smith, Roberta, Review, The New York Times, March 3
Rosenberg, Karen, Review, The New York Times

Born 1964
Lives and works in London


Education

1990 BA, Newcastle Polytechnic, Newcastle, UK


Solo Exhibitions

2015
Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany 

2014
Wiels Contemporary Art Center, Brussels, curated by Elena Filipovic

2013
"On Pleasure Bent," The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles
“The universal addressability of dumb things,” Hayward Touring: The Bluecoat, Liverpool, UK; Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham, UK;
De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea, UK (curated by Mark Leckey)

2012
“Stills & Trailers,” Galerie Buchholz, Berlin
“BigBoxGreenScreenRefrigeratorActions,” Walter Phillips Gallery at The Banff Centre, Alberta, Canada

2011
Serpentine Gallery

2010
"GreenScreenRefrigeratorAction," Gavin Brown's enterprise, NY
"Concrete Vache," Cabinet Gallery, London, UK
“The Life and Times of Milton Keynes Gallery,” Milton Keynes Gallery, UK (co-curator
with Martin McGeown)

2009
‘Mark Leckey In The Long Tail,’ Abrons Art Center, NY, presented by the Museum of Modern Art
‘and possibly but not certainly Mark Leckey and Frances Stark,’ Galerie Daniel Buchholz, Berlin
‘Mark Leckey In The Long Tail,’ Institute of Contemporary Arts, London

2008
‘Cinema-in-the-Round,’ Guggenheim Museum, NY, presented by Creative Time
‘Resident,’ Kölnischer Kunstverein, Cologne, Germany

2007
‘Industrial Light & Magic,’ Le Consortium, Dijon, France
‘Dead or Alive,’ Galerie Daniel Buchholz, Cologne, Germany

2006
‘Drunken Bakers,’ Passerby, New York, NY
Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York, NY

2005
Portikus, Frankfurt, Germany
Cabinet Gallery, London, UK

2004
‘Septic Tank,’ Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York, NY
‘Parade’, Cabinet Gallery, London, UK
‘Sound System’, Mercer Union, Toronto

2003
Migros Museum, Zurich, Switzerland (cat.)
Locust Project room, Miami (curated by Gean Moreno)
Tate Event, Tate Britain, London

2002
‘Sound System’, Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York, NY
'Fiorucci Made Me Hardcore', Project room, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA

2000

‘London, My Part in its Downfall’, Galerie Daniel Buchholz, Koln, Germany
'Fiorucci Made Me Hardcore', Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York, NY

1994
'The Model', Gavin Brown's enterprise in San Francisco


Group Exhibitions

2013
"A Survey of Recent Artists’ Film and Video in Britain 2008–2013" Tate Britain
"2013 Carnegie International," Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh (curated by Daniel Baumann, Dan Byers, and Tina Kukielski)
"Image Employment," MoMA PS1, New York (curated by Aily Nash and Andrew Norman Wilson)
"The Cat Show," White Columns, New York (curated by Rhonda Lieberman)
"Il Palazzo Eciclopedico / The Encyclopedic Palace", 55th Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy (curated by Massimiliano Gioni)
“The Objects,” Glasgow Sculpture Studios, Glasgow, UK
“Analogital,” Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, Salt Lake City

2012
“Ghosts in the Machine,” New Museum, New York
“White Ford Cotton,” Cabinet, London, Great Britain

2011
“Push and Pull,” The Tate Modern, London
“Seventh Dream of Teenage Heaven,” Beareau for Open Culture

2010
“10,000 Lives: The Eighth Gwangju Biennale” Gwangju, South Korea
"Moving Images: Artists & Video/Film", Museum Ludwig, cologne

2009
“Beg Borrow and Steal,” Rubell Family Collection, Miami FL
“Playing Homage,” Vancouver Contemporary Art Gallery, Canada

2008
Turner Prize 2008, Tate Britain, London
“Tarantula,” Fondazione Nicola Trussardi, Milan, Italy
“Hey Hey Glossolalia,” presented by Creative Time, NY, curated by Mark Beasley
“Egypted,” Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna, Austria

2007
“Sympathy for the Devil,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
“Sound of Music,” Broelmuseum Kortrijk, Belgium (cat.)
“Pale Carnage,” Arnolfini, London

2006
“Defamation of Character,” PS1 Contemporary Art Center, New York
“Music is a Better Noise,” PS1 Contemporary Art Center, New York
Galerie Daniel Bucholz, Koln at Metro Pictures, Metro Pictures, NYC
“Filmen Opera Video #1” Castel Sant’Elmo, Naples, curated by Gigiotto del Vecchio
Tate Triennial of Contemporary British Art 2003, Tate Britain, London
‘Music for People,’ Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee, Scotland

2005
Istanbul Biennial, Istanbul, Turkey
British Art Show 6, BALTIC Gateshead, traveled to Manchester, Nottingham, and
Bristol

2004
‘Faces in the Crowd,’ Castello di Rivoli, Torino; Whitechapel, London (cat.)
‘Meeting at Conway Hall,’ Book Works, London, UK, curated by Mark Beasley
‘Mullberg,’ Galerie Daniel Buchholz, Koln, Germany
‘Manifesta 5, European Biennial of Contemporary Art,’ San Sebastian, Spain

2003
‘Fast Forward. Media Art Sammlung Goetz,’ ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany (cat.)
‘Inaugural Exhibition,’ Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York, NY
‘Sound Systems,’ Salzburg Kunstverein, Salzburg, Austria
Objekte in Ton (Arbeitstitel), Salzburger Kunstverein, Austria
“Il Quarto Sesso,” Stazione Leopolda, Florence
‘Mixtape,’ CCAC Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art, San Francisco, CA, curated by Matthew Higgs
‘The Fourth Sex: The Extreme People of Adolescence’, Pitti Immagine, Florence, Italy, Curated by Francesco Bonami (cat.)
‘20th Anniversary- Welcome home,’ Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York

2002

de appel, Amsterdam, NL
‘Electric DREAMS,’ Barbican Art, London, UK
‘Remix,’ Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, UK (cat.)
‘supersonic & alien,’ Galleria s.a.l.e.s., Roma
‘Contemporary Art and Pop’. Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, UK
‘Three Videos’, Low gallery, Los Angeles
‘Shoot the Singer: Music on Video,’ Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA, curated by Benett Simpson (cat)

2001
‘Printemps de Septembre,’ Programmation Video, Video and Film Festival,Toulouse, France (cat.)
‘Brown,’ The Approach, London, UK, curated by Gary Webb
‘Century City’, Tate Modern, London, UK
'Sound and Vision', Institute of Contemporary Art, London, UK, curated by Matthew Higgs

2000
‘Protest & Survive’, The Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK
‘Discovery’, w/ Phillipe Parenno, Pierre Huyghe, Pitti Imagine, Florence, Italy
1999 'Village Disco', Cabinet Gallery, London, UK
'Crash', Institute of Contemporary Art, London, UK
'See the people stare', Open City, New York, NY

1996
Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York, NY

1994
Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York, NY

1990
'New Contemporaries', Institute of Contemporary Art, London, UK


Selected Projects

2013
Pinnington, Mike, "Mark Leckey at the Bluecoat...," CreativeTourist, March
“The Universal Addressability of Dumb Things,” Hayward touring; The Bluecoat, Liverpool, UK; Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham, UK
“Fiorucci Made Me Hardcore,” Screening, CTM Festival, Berlin, Germany (forthcoming)


Bibliography

2014

Griffin, Jonathan, "A Thing for Things," Frieze, January

2013
Moss, Ceci, "Mark Leckey: Hammer Museum," Artforum, October
"DLWP show has reached beyond all expectation," Bexhill-on-Sea Observer, September
Higgins, Charlotte, "Fourth plinth hopefuls square up for next commission," The Guardian, September
Sutton, Benjamin, "Giant Felix the Cat Head Looms Large..," Blouin Artinfo, July
Austen, Kat, "Exhibition blurs boundary between you and your objects," New Scientist, June
French, Anneka, "The Universal Addressability of Dumb Things..," This is Tomorrow, May
Wright, Karen, "In The Studio: Mark Leckey, artist," The Independent, May
Sheerin, Mark, "Artist's Statement: Mark Leckey..," Culture 24, May
Elderkin, Rachel, "The Universal Addressability of Dumb Things," Leftlion, May
"Turner Prize winner Mark Lecky's dumb things," Phaidon, April
Pinnington, Mike, "Mark Leckey at the Bluecoat...," CreativeTourist, March
Jones, Catherine, "Artis Mark Leckey curates...," Liverpool Echo, February
"Mark Leckey at the Bluecoat," Seven Streets, February
Davis, Laura, "ART INTERVIEW...," Liverpool Daily Post, February
“Mark Leckey Curates The Universal Addressability of Dumb Things," Artlyst, January

2012
Gasparina, Jill, "Mark Leckey," Volume, April
Harbison, Isobel, "Stock Piles," Frieze, April
Huston, Carol, “Mark Leckey’s ‘Work and Leisure’ – Contemporary Art Show, FLUX magazine, February 28

2011
Bankowsky, Jack, "Best of 2011," Artforum, December
Gilligan, Melanie, "Mark Leckey: Serpentine Gallery," Artforum, November
Kwan, Denise, "See, We Assemble - Mark Leckey at the Serpentine Gallery: Review," Breese Little, October 1
Cruz, Lenika, "British Artist Mark Leckey to speak as part of UCLA Department of Art”s guest lecture series at the Hammer," The Daily Bruin, October 5,
Casavecchia, Barbara, “Lost in the Supermarket,” Kaleidoscope, Issue 11, Summer
Harbison, Isobel, "The Browser Is A Portal," Kaleidoscope, Issue 11, Summer
Fisher, Mark, "Art Stigmery," Kaleidoscope, Issue 11, Summer
Milliard, Coline, "The Domestication of Mark Leckey: A&Q With the Turner Prize Winner About His Quest Not to Make New Art," ArtInfo, June
Nanny, Mallory, "Mark Leckey”s Fusion of Technology and Theatricality: SEE, WE ASSEMBLE, Serpentine Gallrey, London," Aesthetica Magazine, June 7
Fisher, Mark Fisher, "Art Stigmergy," Kaleidoscope, Summer
Laura Mclean-Ferris, "Brand awareness makes for a blockbuster show," The Independent, May 20
Luke, Ben, “Mark Leckey, See, Wee Assemble,” The Evening Standard, May 27
Moran, Jarret, “Mark Leckey Made Me Hardcore,” Artlog
Davies, Lucia, “Mark Leckey, SEE, WE ASSEMBLE,” AnOther, May 20
Kuo, Michelle. “Mark Leckey,” Artforum, February
Beasley, Mark. "Mark Leckey," Frieze, January-February

2010
Maltz-Leca, Leora. "Mark Leckey," Critic's Pick, Artforum.com, December 2010 Harbison, Isobel. “Life and Times..." Frieze, September
Leckey, Mark. “The Universal Addressability of Dumb Things," Art Forum, September
Leckey, Mark, Martin McGeown and Milton Keynes Gallery. “Interview with Mark Leckey and Anthony Spria," Milton Keynes Gallery, 16 April- 27 June
Sheerin, Mark. “Mark Leckey and Martin McGeown reflect on the Life and Times of Milton Keynes Gallery," Culture 24, June 2

2009
"AO on site- New York: Mark Leckey's ‘The Long Tail' in MOMA's Performance Exhibition series October 1st, 2nd and 3rd, 2009," ArtObserved, Oct. 10
Barrett, Mark, “Mark Leckey in the Long Tail,” Art Monthly, March, p. 39
Bilsborough, Michael, “Mechanical Animal,” School of Visual Arts Blog, Oct. 6
Charlesworth, J.J., “This Will End In Tears,” Artreview, April, p. 32
Droitcour, Brian. “Interview with Mark Leckey," Rhizome at The New Museum Blog, Spetember 30th
"Fiorucci Made Me Hardcore: The definitive view of British nightlife," Guardian.co.uk/music blog, August
Gavin, Francesca. “Mark Leckey in: The Long Tail," PonyStep, Feb. 2
Griffin, Jonathan, “Mark Leckey in a Long Tail World,” Frieze, February
Latimer, Quinn. “Performance Anxiety: Mark Leckey's Little Theatre of Gestures," Art in America, July
Mack, Joshua, “Mark Leckey in the Long Tail,” Artreview Blog, Oct. 6
Wilson, Michael, “An American Tail,” Artforum Diary, Oct. 8

2008
Bell, Kirsty, “Cinema-in-the-Round,” Camera Austria, May
Brown, Mark, “Modest Art,” Guardian, December 1
Campbell-Johnston, Rachel. “Eyes on the Prize,” The Times, Oct. 1
Falconer, Morgan, “New Work: Mark Leckey,” Art World, Dec/Jan, p. 102
Higgins, Charlotte, “I Was Shocked By the Hatred,” Guardian, December 3
Jones, Jonathan, “The Turner Should Go to Mark Leckey,” Guardian Online, May
Jury, Louise, “This Will Turner My Life Around,” Evening Standard, Dec. 2
Leckey, Mark. “Life in Film: Mark Leckey," Frieze, May
Lewis, Ben, “Race For the Prize,” Evening Standard, October 3
Thorel, Benjamin, Review, Flash Art, January/February, p. 152
“Totally Shock-Free,” ArtMag, December

2007
Myers, Terry R., Review, Sympathy for the Devil, Time Out, October 18
Allsop, Laura, “Make It New: Pale Carnage,” Artreview, March, p. 34

2006
Ritter, Michel; et. Al, “2003-2005,” published by Centre Culturel Suisse, Paris
del Vecchio, Gigiotto “Filmen Opera Video #1” published by Castel Sant’Elmo, Naples,
Demand, Thomas; Mark Godfrey, Jorg Heiser, Jennifer Higgie, Adrian Searle, Polly Staple, and Tirdad Zolghadr, “Binary Fluffling,” Frieze, July/August, pp. 220-25
Speers Mears, Emily, Review, Artforum, April, pp. 259-60
Ruf, Beatrix, “Tate Triennial: New British Art,” published by Tate, London
Smith, Roberta, Review, New York Times, March 10, p. E34
Raum, Judith, Review, Flash Art, March-April, pp.114-16
Dorment, Richard, “Haunted by Concepts of the Past,” Daily Telegraph, March 7

2005
“100 Future Greats,” ArtReview, December, pp. 66-99
News: Istanbul Biennial, Contemporary no. 75, p.15

2004
Higgs, Matthew, “Best of 2004,” Artforum, December, p. 156
Gregos, Katerina, “Britannia Works,” published by British Council, Athens
Eberhart, Matthew, Review, Flash Art, November/December, p. 69
Higgie, Jennifer, “Meeting at Conway Hall,” Frieze, Issue 85, p. 77

2003
‘7 Windmill Street W1,’ published by Migros Museum Fur Gegenwartskunst and JRP/Ringier & Koenig Books, Zurich, London
Project, Flash Art, January/February, pp. 66-69
McFarland, Dale, Review, Frieze, Issue No. 81, March, p. 96
Sladen, Mark, ‘Reasons to be Cheerful,’ Art Review, March, p. 31
Gingeras, Alison, “Manifesta 5”, Art Press, June p. 16
Wood, Catherine, ‘Horror Vacui’, Parkett, No. 70, p. 157-163

2002
‘Fast Forward. Media Art Sammlung Goetz,’ published by Ingvild Goetz, Munich, Germany
“The Fourth Sex: Adolescent Extremes,” edited by Fransesco Bonami and Raf Simons, published by Charta and Fondazione Pitti Immagine Discovery, Italy
Electric Earth: Film and Video from Britain, British Council, pp. 46-47 (catalogue)
del Vecchio, Gigiotto, “Surround Sound,” Tema Celeste, January/February, pp. 54-59
Bishop, Claire, “Video Killed the Radio Star,” Flash Art, January/February, pp. 70-73
White, Ian, “Jet-Packed Nomads,” ArtFoto,. 2002, pp. 30-33
Lewisohn, Cedar, “Mobile Worship,” Contemporary, November, pp. 56-57
Koether, Jutta, Texte zur Kunst, June, p. 142
‘Remix,’ published by Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, UK
Summers, Frances, “Fiorucci Made Me Hardcore,” Sleazenation, May 2002, pp. 76-8.
LaFreniere, Steve, ‘Top Ten,’ Artforum, May, p. 47
Burton, Johanna, ‘Art Reviews’, Time Out NY, April 25 – May 2, p. 61.
Higgs, Matthew, ‘Openings,’ Artforum, April, pp. 128-129

2001
Moisdon-Trembley, Stephanie, in ‘Printemps de September/ Theatres du Fantastique,’ catalogue, p. 97, Actes Sud, Nantes
‘Pogointogo,’ Self Service, No. 15, Fall / Winter, p. 46
Mellors, Nathaniel, ‘Revolutions per Minute,’ Frieze, October, cover and pp. 72-75
Lafreniere, Steve, ‘Mark Leckey,’ Index, September, p. 119
Bishop, Claire. “Screen Testing: Andy Warhol & Sound and Vision,” Evening Standard, London, August 24 2001

1999
Leckey, Mark, “The Casuals,” Open City, No. 9, Fall, pp. 119-128

Public Appointments

2005 – 2009 Professor of Film Studies, Städelschule, Frankfurt am Main, Germany


Awards

Turner Prize 2008
Central Art Award, Kolnischer Kunstverein 2008

Public Collections

Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
Museum of Modern Art, New York
Museum Het Domein Sittard, The Netherlands
Tate Gallery, London, UK
The Trussardi Foundation, Milan, Italy
Walker Art Center, · Minneapolis, MN



1967

Norwegian

Born Sydney, Australia

Lives and works in New York

Education

1990

Academy of Fine Arts, Warsaw, Poland

1991

Academy of Fine Arts, Oslo, Norway

1992

Rijksacademie, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

1993

Jan van Eyck Academie, Maastricht, The Netherlands

Solo Exhibitions

2013

Astrup Fearnley Museum, Oslo, Norway

Ignorant Transparencies, Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York

Frieze New York (Gavin Brown’s enterprise), New York

Bjarne Melgaard Sverre Bjertnes, The Armory Show (Rod Bianco Gallery, Oslo), New York

Bjarne Melgaard New Drawings and Prints, Fineart, Oslo, Norway

2012

A New Novel by Bjarne Melgaard, Luxembourg & Dayan, New York (cat.)

Bjarne Melgaard: A House to Die In, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, UK (curated by Matt Williams) (cat.)

Bjarne Melgaard: No More Chinotto Forever, Again..., Karma, New York

GaleriArtist, Istanbul, Turkey

Baton Sinister: Venezia­Installasjonen, Haugar Vestfold Kunstmuseum, Tønsberg, Norway (cat.)

The Armory Show 2012 (Galerie Guido W. Baudach, Berlin; Greene Naftali Gallery, New York; and Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna), New York (curated by Jacob Fabricius) (cat.)

Laying the Ghost, Rod Bianco, Oslo, Norway (with Sverre Bjertnæs)

Climate Confusion Assistance, Galleri K, Oslo, Norway (with Sverre Bjertnæs) Karma, New York

2011

The Night Within Us, Galerie Guido W. Baudach, Berlin, Germany

Bjarne Melgaard: The Sadistic Skater – Part II, Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden Bjarne Melgaard: The Sadistic Skater – Part I, Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden

La Biennale Di Venezia, 54th International Art Exhibition, Venice, Italy

2010

Inside Patricia, Patricia Low Contemporary, Gstaad, Switzerland

Neon Angel, Stella Lohaus Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium

Super Normal, de Appel arts centre, Amsterdam, Netherlands (with Rod Bianco) Rod Bianco, Oslo, Norway

The Synthetic Slut: A Novel By Bjarne Melgaard, Greene Naftali, New York

Bjarne Melgaard – Jealous, Bergen Kunstmuseum, Bergen, Norway

Bjarne Melgaard – Jealous, Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo, Norway (curated by Gunnar B. Kvaran, Hanne Beate Ueland and Grete Årbu) (cat.)

2008

Bjarne Melgaard: Chickenhawk, Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna, Austria

Miss Bjarne Melgaard: A Kidwhore In Manhattan – A Novel, Guido W. Baudach, Berlin, Germany (cat.)

Art Brussels, Brussels, Belgium (with Galerie Krinzinger and Faurschou)

Greenland, A Novel, Greene Naftali, New York

2007

 

Galeria Senda, Barcelona, Spain

Mommy’s Boy and Daddy’s Girl, Patricia Low Contemporary, Gstaad, Switzerland

The Glamour Chase, Galleri Faurschou, Copenhagen, Denmark

2006

A Weekend of Painting: A Novel by Les Super, Leo Koenig, Inc., New York

Les Super, Guido W. Baudach, Berlin

Minipigs in Space, Gallery Krinzinger, Vienna, Austria

2005

Not a Painting Show, Stella Lohaus Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium

Life is a Lonely Buffalo, Niels Borch Jensen Gallery, Berlin, Germany

Hallo Maybe, Haugar Museum of Art, Tønsberg, Norway (with Halvor Bodin) (cat.)


Fin de Copenhague, Galleri Faurschou, Copenhagen
 
Galeria Senda, Barcelona, Spain Jasmin La Nuit, The Horse Hospital, London, UK

Part 1: Chihuahua Hunger All Words Destroy, Galerie Crone, Berlin, Germany

2004

A Concept of Rape, Reena Spaulings Fine Art, New York Galleri Lars Bohman, Stockholm, Sweden

2003

The End of the Professional Teenager, Pollack Fine Art at Sketch, London, UK

Skam, Bergen Kunsthall, Bergen, Norway (cat.)

2002

Beginnings, Galerie Daniel Buchholz, Cologne, Germany

Nothing Special, Galleri Faurschou, Copenhagen, Denmark

Interface to God, Kunsthalle zu Kiel, Kiel, Germany (cat.)

Black Low: The Punk Movement Was Just Hippies with Short Hair, MARTa Herford Museum, Hannover, Germany (cat.)

Galleria d'Arte Moderna, Bologna, Italy

2001

Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna, Austria

2000

The Mutilation of the Apes, Alleged Gallery, New York

Nils Stærk Contemporary Art, Copenhagen, Denmark

The Myth Of A Young Washingmachine, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Oslo, Norway (cat.)

The Only Weapon You Have In A Society Like This Is A Clear Mind... Galleri Riis, Oslo, Norway (cat.)

1998

Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki, Finland (curated by Bart De Baere) (cat.)

More Pricks than Kicks, Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo, Norway (cat.)

Up Late, Galleri Riis, Oslo, Norway

1997

Free From Content, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands 
(cat.)

New Love, Old Paint, Galleri Riis, Oslo, Norway

1996

Confessions of a Recovering Minimalist, Galleri c/o Atle Gerhardsen, Oslo, Norway (with Guillaume Bijl)

1994 & 1995

Galleri Dobloug, Oslo, Norway

 Group Exhibitions

2014




2013

DISown - Not For Everyone, Red Bull Studios, New York (curated by Agatha Wara)

2014 Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (curated by Stuart Comer, Anthony Elms, and Michelle Grabner)

9 Artists, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis (curated by Bartholomew Ryan) (cat.)

Meanwhile...Suddenly and Then,12th Biennale de Lyon, Lyon, France (curated by Gunnar Kvaran)

Momentum, The 7th Nordic Biennial for Contemporary Art, Moss, Norway (curated by Erlend Hammer and Power Ekroth) s

DSM­V, The Future Moynihan Station, New York (curated by David Rimanelli)

Empire State – Art from New York, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome, Italy (curated by Norman Rosenthal and Alex Gartenfeld)

Chicken or Beef?, The Hole, New York (curated by Jesper Elg) (cat.)

Looking Back: The White Columns Annual, White Columns, New York (curated by Richard Birkett)2012

Bulletin Boards, Venus Over Manhattan and White Columns, New York (curated by Matthew Higgs)

Context Message, Zach Feuer Gallery, New York (curated by Tyler Dobson)

Undetectable, Visual AIDS at La MaMa Galleria, New York (curated by Nathan Lee and Rachel Cook)

Drawings, Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden

Face/OFF, Galerie Gebr. Lehmann, Berlin, Germany

2011

Drawings, Rod Bianco, Oslo, Norway

Grisaille, Luxembourg & Dayan, New York

The Social Failure, Maccarone, New York

After Shelley Duvall ’72, Maccarone, New York (cat.)

Scandinavian Rhapsody / Scandinavian Artists, Galerie Proarta, Zürich, Switzerland

Absolute Installation, Nasjonalmuseet for Kunst, Arkitektur og Design, Oslo, Norway

2010

Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden Sweat, Patricia Low Contemporary, Gstaad, Switzerland (curated by Fabienne Stephan & Marilyn Minter)

Forced Exposure, Team Gallery, New York (curated by Miriam Katzeff)

Norse Soul: The Legacy of Edvard Munch, Social Demorcracy, Old Myths, Anarchy and Death Longings, Katzen Art Center, American University, Washington DC (cat.)

2009

DAMASCUS, Rod Bianco, Oslo, Norway

Latte in Watte, Gallery Riis, Oslo, Norway

Two Shows: Peeps/Pistoletto, The Amie & Tony James Gallery, The Graduate Center of The City University of New York, New York (curated by Romy Golan and Amy Herzog)

Nachspiel / Vorspiel, Vestfossen Kunstlaboratorium, Vestfossen, Norway (curated by Kristine Jærn Pilgaard) (cat.)

2008

Edvard Munch: Tribute And Inspiration, Faurschou, Copenhagen, Denmark

Works on Paper by Gallery Artists and Ricci Albenda, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York Works on Paper, Patricia Low Contemporary, Gstaad, Switzerland

Jekyll Island, Honor Fraser, Los Angeles (curated By Erik Parker & Max Henry)

Painting: Now and Forever, Part II, Greene Naftali Gallery and Matthew Marks Gallery, New York

Accrochage, Faurschou, Copenhagen, Denmark

That’s The Way It Is, Galerie Guido W. Baudach, Berlin, Germany (cat.)

2007

Euro­Centric, Part 1: New European Art from the Rubell Family Collection, Rubell Family Collection, Miami

Off The Wall, Patrica Low Contemporary at RENTAL, New York 25

Jahre Galerie Crone – Jubiläumsausstellung, Galerie Crone, Berlin, Germany

Destroy Athens: 1st Athens Biennale 2007, Athens, Greece (curated by Xenia Kalpaktsoglou, Poka­Yio, and Augustine Zenakos)

Beneath the Underdog, Gagosian Gallery, New York (curated by Nate Lowman and Adam McEwen)

The Sorcerer's Apprentice: Late Picasso & Contemporary Painters, Faurschou, Copenhagen, Denmark (curated by Max Henry)

ROCK 'N' ROLL Volume I, Sørlandet Art Museum, Kristiansand, Norway (curated by Marianne Hultman and Jan Walaker)

Daydreams and Nightmares; Works from the Collection of Tor Juul, The Stenersen Museum, Oslo, Norway

Aggression of Beauty II, Arndt & Partner, Berlin, Germany

Gallery Swap, Hotel, London, UK (Galerie Guido W. Baudach, Berlin and Hotel, London)

2006

Stella Lohaus Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium

Marie­Louise Ekman / Bjarne Melgaard, Malmö Konstmuseum, Malmö, Sweden

Helter / Helter, Galerie Anne de Villepoix, Paris (curated by Max Henry and Erik Parker)

Reflections, Faurschou, Copenhagen, Denmark

After Munch: Norwegian Contemporary Art, Pollock Fine Art, London, UK

2005

Papier, Galerie Guido W. Baudach, Berlin, Germany

Goetz meets Falckenberg, Sammlung Falckenberg / Phoenix Kulturstiftung, Hamburg, Germany

Superstars: The Celebrity Factor. From Warhol to Madonna, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria

Willy Wonka, Inc., Galleri S.E, Bergen, Norway

Bjarne Melgaard introducing Andy Warhol TV, The Horse Hospital, London, UK

2004

Galeria SENDA, Barcelona, Spain

Central Station, The Harald Falckenberg Collection, La maison rouge, Paris, France

Diaries and Dreams, Ursula Blickle Stiftung, Kraichtal­Unteröwisheim, Germany (curated by Peter Weiermair) (cat.)

The Black Album, Rock e Dintorni, Antonio Colombo Arte Contemporanea, Milan, Italy (curated by Luca Beatrice)

Secrets of the 90’s, Museum voor Moderne Kunst, Arnhem, The Netherlands

Playlist, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France (with Halvor Bodin)

Scream: 10 Artists x 10 Writers x 10 Scary Movies, Anton Kern Gallery, New York

In a Norwegian Wood. Norwegian Art of the Last Decade, Zachęta National Gallery of Art, Warsaw, Poland

2003

Expressive Nordic Painting, Galleri Faurschou, Copenhagen, Denmark

TABOO! The Art of Exotica Entertainment, Galerie Roger Pailhas, Marseille, France (curated by Arnaud Maguet and Olivier Millagou)

Tirol Transfer, Austrian Cultural Forum, Warsaw, Poland

Twilight, Gimpel Fils, London, UK

De bortbjudna – Malmö Art Museum, Rooseum Center for Contemporary Art, Malmö, Sweden

Models & Mavericks: Exceptional Positions in the Collection Contemporary Art, Museum Het Domein, Sittard, The Netherlands

The Painting Never Dries...Reflections Over Paintings in the Astrup Fearnley Collection, Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo, Norway

Phantom of Desire: Visions of Masochism in Art, Neue Galerie Graz, Graz, Austria (curated by Peter Weibel) (cat.)

Stella Lohaus Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium

Galleri Faurschou, Copenhagen, Denmark

Moderna Museet c/o BAC, Baltic Art Center, Visby, Sweden Mars, Art and War, Neue Galerie, Graz, Austria (curated by Peter Weibel and Günther Holler­Schuster)

Tra Est e Ovest, Gagliardi Art System, Torino, Italy

2002

Black Low, MARTa Herford Museum, Herford, Germany (cat.)

Hommage an Rudolf Schwarzkogler – An Exhibition to Mark the 30th Anniversary of Galerie Krinzinger, Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna, Austria

Extension: Works from the Collection, Magasin 3 Konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden

2001

New Heimat, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt am Main, Germany (cat.)

Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden

2000

Sharing Exoticisms, 5th Biennale d’Art Contemporain de Lyon, Halle Tony Garnier, Lyon, France (curated by Jean Hubert Martin) (cat.)

PHOENIX ART 2001: Arbeiten aus der Sammlung Gundlach, Lafrenz und Falckenberg, Sammlung Falckenberg / Phoenix Kulturstiftung, Hamburg, Germany

Civil Disobedience, Sammlung Falckenberg, Kestner Gesellschaft, Hannover, Germany

Galería Senda, Barcelona, Spain

Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden

Organizing Freedom: Nordic Art in the 1990’s, Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, Denmark

Organizing Freedom: Nordic Art in the 1990’s, Modern Museum, 
Stockholm, Sweden The Myth of a Young Washing Machine, Oslo Museum of Contemporary Art Galleri Riis, Oslo, Norway Momentum: Nordic Biennial of Contemporary Art, Moss, Norway (curated by Jonas Ekeberg, Paula Toppila, Jacob Fabricius and Ina Blom)

1999

Zeitwenden: Rückblick und Ausblick, Kunstmuseum Bonn, Bonn, Germany

Moon over Islam, Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst (S.M.A.K.), Ghent, Belgium

Umfeld, Umwelt, Palais des Beaux Arts, Brussels, Belgium

1998

Manifesta II, European Biennale of Contemporary Art, Luxemburg

XXIV Biennale de Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil (curated by Bart de Bare and Maretta Jaukurii)

Softcore, National Historical Museum, Stockholm, Sweden (curated by Hans­Ulrich Obrist)

Galerie Arndt & Partner, Berlin, Germany

1997

Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

1996

Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst, Ghent, Belgium

 Selected Projects

2013

Dans Ma Chambre, New York (curated by Bjarne Melgaard in collaboration with Annatina Miescher)

Gang Bust, Venus Over Manhattan, New York (curated by Bjarne Melgaard)

Document No. 2, The Pleasure of Being Unwanted, cover art and feature, photographs by Cedric Buchet with Fashion Editor Sabina Schreder

Sverre Bjertnes: If You Really Loved Me You Would Be Able to Admit That You're Ashamed of Me, White Columns, New York (A Projective Identification by Bjarne Melgaard) (cat.)

2012

www.deepinsidesavannah.com Wallpaper, Limited Edition Cover

DnB NOR Bank Headquarters, Oslo, Norway

Ideal Pole, Ramiken Crucible, New York (curated by Bjarne Melgaard)

Studio Collaboration with patients of Annatina Miescher; Bjarne Melgaard Studio, Brooklyn

2011

www.stabfrenzy.com

www.terroraddict.com

The Social Failure, Maccarone, New York (curated by Bjarne Melgaard)

After Shelley Duvall ’72, Maccarone, New York (curated by Bjarne Melgaard)

Beyond Death: Viral Discontents And Contemporary Notions About Aids, La Biennale Di Venezia, 54th International Art Exhibition, Venice, Italy

2010

Don Juan in the Village, Lars Bohman Gallery, Stockholm (curated by Bjarne Melgaard)

2008

Gay Zoo, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York (video in collaboration with Halvor Bodin)

2007

You Always Move In Reverse, Leo Koenig, Inc., New York (curated by Bjarne Melgaard)

2006

My Catalan Whore: A Novel by Bjarne Melgaard, Galerie Guido W. Baudach, Berlin, Germany

 Filmography

2013

If You Really Loved Me You Would Be Able to Admit That You’re Ashamed of Me, A film by Bjarne Melgaard and Sverre Bjertnes, 2013, by Micah Perta and Ana Sanchez, Duration 0:07:16

2011

After Shelley Duvall '72 (Frogs on the High Line), directed by Sebastian Mlynarski, Duration 1:09:35

Untitled (Bjarne Melgaard Interviews Leo Bersani), directed by Sebastian Mlynarski, Duration 0:98:19

2009

Untitled (Kelley Walker), silent black & white digital video, Duration 0:10:10

2008

Gay Zoo

Screenings

2012

Bjarne Melgaard: Bjarne Melgaard Interviews Leo Bersani, The Kitchen, New York, (with special live introduction from Alissa Bennett and slideshow by Adam Putnam)

Bjarne Melgaard: After Shelley Duvall ’72 (Frogs on the High Line), Galerie Guido W. Baudach, Charlottenburg, Berlin, Germany

2011

Waste of Identity: The Activist Who Never Existed, Slought Foundation, Philadelphia, an evening conversation with Leo Bersani, Jonathan Katz, and Kaja Silverman, moderated by Jean­Michel Rabaté; special screening of Bjarne Melgaard's Bjarne Melgaard Interviews Leo Bersani

Writings

2012

Color Pulse, Muse, Art In America, November, p.76­77

A New Novel, published by Aschehoug, First Edition, Fall, English, 294 pages

Alarma! Boyfriends, published by Karma, New York, January, English, 52 pages

2010

The Synthetic Slut, a novel, English

Harry Bleak, a novel by Rod Bianco, English

Jealous, a novel, New York: 2030; published in connection with the exhibition Bjarne Melgaard: Jealous at the Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo, Norway, English

2009

The Best of Nothing, a novel, English

Mr. Flower, a Novel in Five Parts, English

2008

Greenland, a novel, English

Recovery, a novel, English

Miss Bjarne Melgaard: A Kidwhore in Manhattan, a novel, English, published by Galerie Guido W. Baudach, 48 pages

2007

Daddy, a novel, English

Gstaad Life, a novel, English

2006