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Ingrid Calame, #334 Drawing (Tracings from the L.A. River & ArcelorMittal Steel), 2011, Color pencil on trace Mylar, 112" x 72" paper size
Ingrid Calame
#334 Drawing (Tracings from the L.A. River & ArcelorMittal Steel), 2011
Ingrid Calame, #349 Drawing (Tracing from the Perry Street Project Wading Pool, Buffalo, NY) , 2011, Color pencil on trace Mylar, 84" x 84" paper size
Ingrid Calame
#349 Drawing (Tracing from the Perry Street Project Wading Pool, Buffalo, NY) , 2011
Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA
1996 California Institute for the Art, MFA, Valencia, CA
1995 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture
1987 State University of New York at Purchase, BFA, Purchase, NY
1986 Junior Semester Abroad, Tyler School of Art in Rome, Rome, Italy
1985 Junior Semester Abroad, State University of New York College at Buffalo, Siena, Italy

Selected Exhibitions

“From the LA River to Lackawanna”, Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, Culver City, CA
“Ingrid Calame”, Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland
“Ingrid Calame: In Process”, Monterey Museum of Art, Monterey, CA
“Ingrid Calame: Swing Shift”, James Cohan Gallery, New York, NY
“Step on a Crack, Break Your Mother’s Back”, Frith Street Gallery, London, UK
"Step on a Crack", Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo, NY
“Dangerous Curves”, Galerie Schmidt Maczollek, Cologne, Germany
“Ingrid Calame: Constellations”, James Cohan Gallery, New York, NY
“Ingrid Calame: Traces of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Forefront Series”, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN
“Swing Space, Wall Works”, Art Gallery Ontario, Ontario, Canada
“Ramp Project: Ingrid Calame”, Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA
“Ingrid Calame: New Drawings”, James Cohan Gallery, New York, NY
“Ingrid Calame”, pkm, Seoul, Korea
“Ingrid Calame”, Galerie Rolf Ricke, Cologne, Germany
“Ingrid Calame: Secular Response 2 A.R.”, Kunstverein Hannover, Germany
“Ingrid Calame: Secular Response 2 A.M.”, Museum of Contemporary Art Clevealnd, Cleveland, OH
“Ingrid Calame”, James Cohan Gallery, New York, NY
“Ingrid Calame”, Karyn Lovegrove Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
“Vvwpt?”, Galerie Rolf Ricke, Cologne, Germany
“Ingrid Calame: Paintings”, Il Capricorno, Venice, Italy
“Ingrid Calame: Paintings”, Karyn Lovegrove Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Ingrid Calame: Drawings”, Karyn Lovegrove Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
“Twlsptptpptptsl...”, Deitch Projects, New York, NY
“Ch-B-dd, ch-B-dd, ch-B-dd”, Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Zurich, Switzerland
“Ingrid Calame, Il Capricorno”, Venice, Italy
“Ingrid Calame”, Karyn Lovegrove Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
“Ingrid Calame”, Galerie Rolf Ricke, Cologne, Germany
“Ingrid Calame”, Rosamund Felson Gallery, curated by Steven Hull, Los Angeles, CA
“Poonk FOOP”, Four Walls, San Francisco, CA
“Spalunk...”, POST, Los Angeles, CA
"KAPOW!", Michael Beauchemin Gallery, Boston, MA

Group Exhibitions

"The Indiscipline of Painting", Tate St Ives, St Ives, UK
*Traveling to Mead Gallery, Warwick Art Center, Warwick, UK
“After Hours: Murals on the Bowery”, Art Production Fund, New York, NY
"Ginny Bishton, Ingrid Calame and Scott Short”, Christopher Grimes Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
“Systems Check”, Thames Art Gallery in Chatham, Ontario, Canada
“Roller Shutter Project”, The Art Production Fund with The New Museum, New York, NY
“softcore HARD EDGE”, The Art Gallery of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
“New Editions: Ingrid Calame, Tara Donovan, Robert Mangold, Julie Mehretu, Robert Ryman, Pat Steir and Dan Walsh”, Pace Prints Chelsea, New York, NY
"Mapping: Memory and Motion in Contemporary Art", Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, NY
“Spatial Relations: Recent Editions from Pace Prints, Alexander Hall”, Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA
“Don’t Panic! I’m selling my collection”, Rental, New York, NY
“With You I Want to Live: An Exhibition of Paintings, Sculpture and Photographs from the Collection of Gordon Locksley + George T. Shea and Francie Bishop Good + David Horvitz”, Museum of Art: Fort Lauderdale, Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, FL
“Controlled Abstraction: Ingrid Calame, Katia Santibañez, Pat Steir”, Pace Prints, New York, NY
“Wall Rockets: Contemporary Artists and Ed Ruscha”, The Flag Art Foundation, New York, NY,
*Traveled to Albright Knox Gallery, Buffalo, NY
“Person of the Crowd: The Contemporary Art of Flânerie”, Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY
“Mining Nature”, James Cohan Gallery Shanghai, Shanghai, China
“Sehnsucht (Aspiration)”, Light and Sie Gallery, Dallas, TX
“The Prom”, LAWRIMORE Project, Seattle, WA
“Lust for Life: Die Sammlung Ricke”, Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, Vaduz, Liechtenstein
“Something about Mary”, Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA
“New Directions in American Drawing”, The Columbus Museum, Columbus,GA,
*Traveled to Jepson Center for the Arts, Savannah, GA, and Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, TN
“Landscape at the Limit”, curated by Jonathan Stuhlman, Second Street Gallery, Charlottesville, VA
“Size Matters: Large-Scale Drawings from the MFAH Collection”, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX
“Cosmologies”, James Cohan Gallery, New York, NY
“About Painting", Paraplufabriek, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
"Drawings", Frith Street Gallery, London, England
"Hotel California", Glendale College Art Gallery, Glendale, CA
“Devil’s Punchbowl”, curated by Katharina Grosse, Christopher Grimes Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
“Swing Space: Wall Works”, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario
“In the Abstract”, Angles Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
“Contemporary American Art from Misumi Collection”, Tottori Prefectural Museum, Tottori, Japan
“Curb Appeal”, The Confederate Centre Art Gallery, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada
“Extreme Abstraction”, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY
“Around About Abstraction”, Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC
“Sweet Temptations”, Kunstmuseum St. Gallen, St. Gallen, Switzerland
“Dating Data”, Josée Bienvenu Gallery, New York, NY
“Group Exhibition”, James Cohan Gallery, New York, NY
“Topographies”, San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA
“Painting Identities/Pintando Identidades”, Pilar Parra Galería de Arte, Madrid, Spain
"Ingrid Calame / Mathilde ter Heijne / Jörg Wagner”, Kunstverein Hannover, Germany
“Between the Lines”, James Cohan Gallery, New York, NY
“Crosscurrents at Century’s End”, Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
*Traveled to: the Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, FL; Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL; Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, IL
“Sehnsucht des Kartografen (The Desire of the Cartographer)”, Hannover Kunstverein, Germany
“Painting: Four Propositions”, Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
“Schokolade, was denn sonst. sammlung rolf ricke”, Kunstraum Innsbruck, Innsbruck,Germany
“Painting Pictures, Malerei und Medien im digitalen Zeitalter”, Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg, Germany
“Einfach Kunst, Sammlung Rolf Ricke”, Staatliches Museum fur Kunst und Design in Nurnberg, Germany
"Officina America", Galleria d'Arte Moderna Instituzione del Comune di Bologna, Bologna, Italy
“Painting Matter”, James Cohan Gallery, New York, NY
“We Love Painting”, American Contemporary Art from the Misumi Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan
“Künstlerräume/Sammlerräume”, Kunstverein St. Gallen Kunstmuseum,St. Gallen, Switzerland
“Drawings”, Frith Street Gallery, London, England
“Wallworks: Ingrid Calame and Paul Morrison”, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO
"Whitney Biennial 2000", Whitney Museum of American Art (New York, NY)
"Glee", The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT
*Traveled to Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, Palm Beach, FL
"Painting as Memory – the Memory of Painting", Aargauer Kunsthaus Aarau, Aarau, Switzerland
"C.O.L.A. 2000", UCLA/Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA
"Der Abgelenkte Blick Malerei", Helmhaus Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland
"Body of Painting" - Günter Umberg, Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany
"The Next Wave - New Painting in Southern California", California Center for the Arts, Escondido, CA
“Colour Me Blind! Malerei in Zeiten von Computergame und Comic", Württembergischer Kunstverein, Stuttgart, Germany
*Traveled to Städtische Ausstellungshalle Am Hawerkamp, Munich, Germany, and Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee, Scotland
“MORGENROT”, Galerie Rolf Ricke, Cologne, Germany
“Color Volume”, Kunstallen Brandts Klædefabrik, Odense, Denmark
“Negotiating Small Truths”, Jack S. Blanton Museum of Fine Arts, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX
“Drawing”, Emily Tsingou Gallery, London, England
“Fact or Fiction: New York”, Galleria in ARCO, Turin, Italy
“Special Offer”, Kasseler Kunstverein, curated by Rolf Ricke, Kassel, Germany
“New Paintings from L.A.”, Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Zurich, Switzerland
“Postmark: An Abstract Effect”, SITE Santa Fe, NM
“The New Collage”, Pamela Auchincloss, New York, NY
“Painting in the 80's & 90's”, curated by Christian Nagel & Alexander Schröder,INIT-Kunsthalle, Berlin, Germany
"The Orange County Biennial", Orange County Museum, Orange County, CA
“Color Fields”, curated by David Pagel, Harriet & Charles Luckman Fine Arts Complex California State University, Los Angeles, CA
“Local Color”, curated by Virginia Rutledge, The Harris Art Gallery,The University of La Verne, La Verne, CA
“Beyond the Millennium: Artists Choose Artists from the 21st Century”, Brattleboro Museum & Art Center, Brattleboro, VT
“The Mourning After”, Barnsdall Municipal Gallery, curated by Suzette Min, Los Angeles, CA
“Color Theory”, College of Visual Arts Gallery, Saint Paul, MN
“Selections Winter '98”, The Drawing Center, New York, NY
“Painting from Another Planet”, Deitch Projects, New York, NY
“The Back Room”, Galerie Rolf Ricke, Cologne, Germany
“Limits”, The Dollhouse Gallery, Los Angeles, CA Sig-alert, Arizona State University Art Museum, Tempe, AZ
“Hot RRRod - Eine Kunstausstellung”, Forum Stadtpark, Graz, Austria
“Drawings”, curated by Jeff Blum and Tim Poe, Beyond Baroque, Los Angeles, CA
“Painting Language”, LA Louver, Venice, CA
“From Here to Eternity”, Max Protetch, New York, NY
“Beyond the Matter of Space”, curated by John Geary, Beyond Baroque, Venice, CA
“Contact”, curated by Joan Hugo, the Brewery Project, Los Angeles, CA
“Obviously 5 Believers”, curated by Brian Olson, Action: Space, Los Angeles, CA
*Traveled to the Kemper Museum, Kansas City, MO
“Abstract Painting Once Removed”, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX
“Drawing”, Gallery LASCA, Los Angeles, CA
“Group Show”, Muse Restaurant, curated by David Pagel, Los Angeles, CA
“Recent Pictures”, ACME, Los Angeles, CA
“Six Choose Six”, Purchase College, State University of New York, Purchase, NY
“Spot Making Sense”, curated by David Pagel, Grand Arts, Kansas City, MO
“Huge Garage Sale”, the MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Los Angeles, CA
“Summer Invitational”, Curt Marcus Gallery, New York, NY
“Francis Alys, Ingrid Calame, Michael Gonzales, Carlos Molura, Bob Zole”, ACME, Los Angeles, CA
“Some Dumb Fun”, curated by David Pagel, Jessie Metcalf Art Gallery, University of Nevada - Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV


Pagel, David, "Re-shaping Solid Ground", Los Angeles Times, January 13
Broadworth, Jordan, "Systems Check" (exhibition catalogue), Thames Art Gallery, Chatham, Ontario, Canada
Dillon, Brian, "Constellated" in "Ingrid Calame: Trace" (exhibition catalog) ed. Fiona Bradley, Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh
Newman, Michael, "Body, Trace, Event" in "Ingrid Calame: Trace" (exhibition catalog) ed. Fiona Bradley, Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh
Green, Alison, "Ingrid Calame" in "The Indiscipline Of Painting" (exhibition catalog), ed. Martin Clark, Sarah Shalgosky & Daniel Sturgis, Tate Publishing, London, UK
Myers, Terry R., "The Agility of Abstraction", The Indiscipline Of Painting, Ed Martin Clark, Sarah Shalgosky & Daniel Sturgis, Tate Publishing, London, UK
Charnock, Anne, “Abstract Painting Survives Its High Anxieties”, Huffington Post, November 11
Holmes, Troy, “Ingrid Calame: a simple request from a dynamic artist”, The Journal Edinburgh, October 5
McLean_Ferris, Laura, "A more profound kind of pavement artist", The Independent, United Kingdom, October 9 (color photo)
Herbert, Martin, "Now See This", Art Review, Summer, p43 (color photo)
Miller, Ben, "The Edinburgh Art Festival Packs Schedule in Eighth Year", Culture 24, August (color photo)
"Talking Points", Harper's Bazaar, August (color photo)
Macmillan, Duncan, "Making Her Mark", The Scotsman, Scotland, August 16 (color photo)
Urwin Jones, Sarah, "Magic and Gloss", The Herald, Scotland, August 14 (color photo)
Black, Catriona, "A Fresh Slant", The Sunday Herald, Scotland, August 14 (color photo)
Cumming, Laura, "Edinburgh Festival", The Observer, Edinburgh, August 14 (color photo)
Doubal, Rosalie, "Outdoor Pursuits", The List, United Kingdom, August 4-11 (color photo)
Darwent, Charles, "The Streets Are Paved With Marble, The Rest Is Solid Gold", The Independent, United Kingdom, August 7 (color photo)
Jones, Jonathan, "Martin Creed's Stairway to Heaven", The Guardian, August 1, p 19
Sachs, Zachary, "After Hours: Murals on the Bowery", Artforum, June
Barron, James, “A Metal-Gate Makeover”, The New York Times, May 3
Kennedy, Randy, “Artists to Transform Bowery’s Roll-Down Gates”, The New York Times, March 31
Helfand, Glen, "Ingrid Calame: Monterey Museum of Art, La Mirada", Artforum, February
Baker, Kenneth, “Ingrid Calame’s 1st solo show traces LeWitt’s steps”, San Francisco Chronicle, January 6
Wood, Eve, “January 2011 Artist Profile: Ingrid Calame”, Art ltd, January
"Between The Lines: A Coloring Book of Drawings by Contemporary Artists", Volume 3, RxArt Inc, NY
Elder, Marianne and Pagel, David, "softcore, HARD EDGE" (exhibition catalogue), The Art Gallery Of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta
Polednik, Marcelle, "In Process: Ingrid Calame" (exhibition catalogue), Monterey Museum of Art, Monterey, CA
Schor, Mira, “Some Notes on Women and Abstraction”, A Decade of Negative Thinking, Essays on Art,Politics, and Daily Life, Duke University Press, Durham and London, pp. 98-100 (photo).
Davidson, Maureen, “The Exhibitionist: Ingrid Calame”,, 15 December
“About MMA: In Process”,, October 30
Wilner, Paul, “Massive Canvas”, Monterey County Weekly, October 28
Welling, James, “Ingrid Calame in Conversation with James Welling”, East of Borneo, October 26
Ciuraru, Carmela, “Fall Art Show Round Up”, GrandLifeNYC, October 7
Apter, Seth, "Ingrid Calame's Swing Shift at James Cohan Gallery", Near Say, October 4
"Ingrid Calame", The New Yorker, September 27, p14
"Art: Ingrid Calame", Time Out New York, September 20
Stanciu, Adriana, "Ingrid Calame at James Cohan Gallery", Metrolic, September 10
Ayers, Robert. “On the fingers of one hand: the best of this week’s new gallery shows”,, September 8
Jagger, Jazz. “Arts Around the World”,, September 5
Shuster, Robert. “Trace Elements”, The Village Voice, September 1
“Buffalo’s Past Rises on Walls of Albright-Knox”, The Daily News, February 9
Clemans, Gayle, “Ingrid Calame, Constellations of Residue”, from "The Map as Art: Contemporary Artists Explore Cartography" ed Katherine Harmon, Princeton Architectural Press, NY
Harmon, Katharine, “The Map As Art: Contemporary Artists Explore Cartography”, Princeton Architectural Press, September 23
Dabkowski, Colin, “Traces of the Past”, The Buffalo News, October 4
“How I Draw: Ingrid Calame”, The Guardian & The Observer Guide to Drawing, September 2009, London, UK
Macnair, Jennifer; "The Broad Contemporary Art Museum at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art 2008", ed Thomas Frick and Nola Butler, Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Meyer-Stoll, Christiane, ed., "Sammlung Rolf Ricke" (exhibition catalog), Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, Liechtenstein, Hatje Cantz: Ostfildern, Germany (color photos)
Kisters, Jürgen, “Eine Rennstrecke als Vorbild der Malerei”, Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger, No. 117, May 21
Hughes, Jeffrey, “Ingrid Calame Indianapolis”, Art Papers, January
Karmel, Pepe, “Field Reports”, in "Constellations" (exhibition catalog), James Cohan Gallery, New York, NY
Lang, Karen, “Ingrid Calame's Constellations” in "Constellations" (exhibition catalog), James Cohan Gallery, New York, NY
Portis, Ben, “Ingrid Calame”, Wallworks (exhibition catalogue), Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Wicks, Stephen C., “New Directions in American Drawing” (exhibition catalogue), Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia, pp19-20 (color photo)
Knight, Christopher, “45 Painters under 45”, Los Angeles Times, December 2 (color photo)
Somerstein, Rachel, “The Skid Stays in the Picture”, ARTNews, November
Ruble, Casey, “Ingrid Calame at James Cohan”, Art in America, November
Spears, Dorothy, “The Art of Ingrid Calame: A Speedway Palette”, International Herald Tribune, October 29 Spears, Dorothy, “Stop Your Engines! The Artist is Tracing”, The New York Times, October 28
Yau, John, “Ingrid Calame Constellations”, The Brooklyn Rail, October 8
Wolff, Rachel, “Vandalize This”, New York, September 27
Pink, Liz, “Ground Work”, IN New York, September
Ayers, Robert, “What's in Your Studio, Ingrid Calame”, ArtInfo, September 25
“Ingrid Calame”, The New Yorker, September 17
Rosenberg, Karen, “Ingrid Calame”, The New York Times, September 14
Ryan, Dinah, “Landscape at the Limit”, Art Papers, September/October
DiGusta, Linda and Mark Weiner, “Readiness is ALL”, Resolve 40, September 5
McGee, Celia, “Glitter Rocks”, Elle Décor, September 2007 (color photos)
Cohen, David, “Art Starts on September 6”, The New York Sun, August 31
Drohojowska-Philp, Hunter, “Finally, Somebody”, artnet, August 8
“Ingrid Calame. Exhibition in NY”,, August 7
“Ingrid Calame”,, August 7
Colman, David, “Ingrid Calame”, Elle Décor, May 2007
“Spielen mit Picasso”, Maxi, January 11, p 12
Allen-Mills, Tony, “The Modern Art of Decorating a Nursery Room”, The SundayTimes, London, England, October
Chien, Ginny, “The Playroom of Modern Art”, New York Times, September 24
Schor, Mira, “Some Note on Women and Abstraction and a Curious Case History: Alice Neel as a Great Abstract Painter”, Differences, Summer (photo)
“No Limits, Just Edges: Jackson Pollock Paintings on Paper”, Contemporary Artists on Pollock, The Sackler Center for Arts and Education, Guggenheim Education Programs, Solomon R. Museum Foundation, Summer
Schaffner, Ingrid, “ICA Ramp Projects: Ingrid Calame”, Institute for Contemporary Art University of Pennsylvania, January 21 – March 26
Schaffner, Ingrid, “ICA Ramp Projects: Ingrid Calame, Tracing up to the L.A. River:Frog Town Turk War”, Institute for Contemporary Art, Tour Preparation, University of Pennsylvania, January 21 – March 26
Sozanski, Edward J., “Softening up old physical formalism”, The Philadelphia Inquirer, January 29
“EXTREME Abstraction,” (exhibition catalog), Albright-Knox Art Gallery,Buffalo, NY, pp. 74 & 94 (color photo) “Contemporary Voice: The Contemporary American Art From Misumi Collection,” Tottori Prefectural Museum, Tottori, Japan, pp38, 113 (color photos)
Park, Se Na, "Privilege", November 2005, pp 134-135 (color photos)
Hirsch, Faye, “Abstract Generations”, Art in America, October, No. 9,p.123-129, 191 (color photo)
Colpitt, Frances, “Dumb Painting: The End of Representation”, Artlies, Number 47, Summer 2005, pp 14-19
Maine, Stephen, “Ingrid Calame”, art on paper, July/August 2005, Vol 9, No. 6, p. 67
Gaasch, Cynnie, “Juicy Cool”, Art Voice, July 21-27, Buffalo, NY, Vol 4,No. 29, p18
Huntington, Richard, “To the Extreme”, The Buffalo News, July 15
Patterson, Tom, “Angles on Abstraction”, Winston-Salem Journal, June 26
Viladas, Pilar, “Florida Rooms”, The New York Times Magazine, Style section, June 19, p. 52 (color photo)
“Goings on Around Town; Ingrid Calame”, The New Yorker, May 2
Ross, Lauren, “Dating Data at Josée Bienvenu Gallery”, Art on Paper, May/June 2005
Knight, Christopher, “Composition From Decomposition”, Around the Galleries, Los Angeles Times, June 10, E
“Vito Acconci, Ingrid Calame, Nam June Paik, Roxy Paine, and Hiraki Sawa”, Flavorpill NYC, Art, June 14
Schwabsky, Barry, “Ingrid Calame at James Cohan Gallery”, ArtForum, February, p. 150
Nichols, Matthew Guy, “Ingrid Calame at James Cohan”, Art in America, February p. 120
Behrens, Mary, “Painting at the Rose Art Museum”, Art New England, February/March 2004, p. 10-13 (photo)
Baker, Kenneth, “Galleries: Topographies at SFAI”, San Francisco Chronicle, May 1
Krajewski, Michael, “Köln: Ingrid Calame in der Galerie Rolf Ricke”, Kunst-Bulletin, Vol 9, June, Luzerne, p 55
Buuck, David, “Topographies at the Walter and McBean Galleries, SFAI”, Artweek, Volume 35, Issue 5, June
Glanz, Alexandra, “Konzept: Kunst”, Hannoversche Allgemeine Zeitung, July 9
Zimmer, Klaus, “Anspielungsreicher Parcours ins Unbekannte”, Dewezet, July 13
Zimmer, Klaus, “Spuren auf Bürgersteigen werden zu Kunst Leidvolles Selbstgespräch mit der Realität”,Cellesche Zeitung, July 16 (photo)
Weichardt, Jürgen, “Beschwörung des Abwesenden”, Nordwest-Zeitung, July 31
Büsing, Nicole and Heiko Klass, “Puppe trifft Fleckenteufel”, Nordsee-Zeitung, July 21
Glanz, Alexandra, “Schattenräume aus Wirklichkeiten und Erinnerungen”, Göttinger Tageblatt, July 17
Hutchinson, Linda, “Mapping Out Art”, Pasadena Star-News, August 6,
Cohen, Edie, “Dealer’s Choice”, Interior Design, Vol. 75, Number 10, New York, NY, August pp150-157
Bitterli, Konrad, "UBS Art Guide Hong Kong", UBS AG, Zurich (color photos)
Moss, Karen, “A Curator’s Legend” in "Topographies" (exhibition catalog), San Francisco Art Institute and the Fellows for Contemporary Art, San Francisco, CA
Frank, Peter, “Natural Wonders: A Look Beneath the Surface of a California Landscape Exhibit”, Front Desk, p 110-111
Moos, David, “Ingrid Calame: NYSE” in "Ingrid Calame, Mathilde ter Heijne, Jörg Wagner" (exhibition catalog), Kunstverien Hannover, Hannover, Germany, pp. 9-72 (color photos)
Engler, Martin, “The Street as a Puzzle or the Sea-pieces of Monsieur Bartlebooth" in "Ingrid Calame, Mathilde ter Heijne, Jörg Wagner" (exhibition catalog), Kunstverien, Hannover, Hannover, Germany, July pp 9-72
Bly, Lyz, “New World Out of Order”, Cleveland Free Times, June 4th
Tranberg, Dan, “The State of World Affairs, As Seen by 3 Artists”, The Plain Dealer, June 28, pp. E1 & E5.
Hopkins, Randy, “Going West”, The Boston Phoenix, September 5
Utter, Douglas Max, “Crimes, Stains, Maps, Planes”,, Vol. 1, No. 5, July
DiDomizio, Milva, “Four Painters are Shown at Brandeis Museum”, Boston Sunday Globe-West, September 7
Anderson, Leslie, “Fourth-Degree Art”, The Boston Globe, September 11
Silver, Joanne, “Exhibitions Draw on a Variety of Talents”, Boston Herald, September 12
Leister, Brooke, “Step Into A Painting”, Metrowest Daily News, Framingham, MA, September 18
Desrochers, Donna, “Contemporary Painting Exhibit at the Rose Unites Artists from the U.S., Germany and Taiwan”, The Brandeis Report, September 9, October 13
Reed, John, “Ingrid Calame at James Cohan Gallery”,, Critic’s Pick, New York, October
Johnson, Ken, “Ingrid Calame at James Cohan Gallery”, The New York Times, Art Review, October 24, p. E36
Keddie, Victoria, “Ingrid Calame at James Cohan Gallery”, The Brooklyn Rail, November, p. 12
Silver, Joanne, “Paintings Defy Tradition as They Go Off the Wall”, Boston Herald, November 7
Millis, Christopher, “Blooming Rose ‘Painting4’ at Brandeis”, The Boston Phoenix, November 14, cover & p. 12 (color photo)
Temin, Christine, “In Three Exhibitions at the Rose, Statements in Nonconformity”, Boston Sunday Globe, November 16
Rubin, Jen, “Rose Art’s Modern Perfection”, The Justice, November 25
Art Papers, November/December 2003, pp. 23-27
Moos, David, “Ingrid Calame: NYSE, Weaving the Streets Beneath Our Feet Into the Power Beyond Our Grasp”,
Reeves, Jennifer, “Scavengers – Ingrid Calame and Joseph Cornell”,, December 12 (color photo)
Rizk Mysoon, “Ingrid Calame, Julian laVerdiere, Mark Lombardi”,
Platow, Raphaela, "Painting 4" (exhibition catalog), Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA (color photos)
Lutgens, Annelie, “Painting Pictures: Painting and Media in the Digital Age” (exhibition catalog), Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg, Germany, p. 15, color photos: pp. 84, 116, 147, 175
"Ingrid Calame: Secular Response 2 A.M." (exhibition catalog), Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH
“Crosscurrents at Century’s End” (exhibition catalog), Neuberger Berman, New York, NY, pp. 8, 24-25 (color photos)
Papi, Giancarlo, “L’officina America apre in Romagna”, Spettacolo & Cultura, Ravenna, Italy, January 16, No. 15
Vettese, Angela, “Oltre lo Staccato della Pittura si o Pittura No”, Il Sole 24 Ore, Bologna, Italy, February 3, p.40
“Officina America”, tema celeste, Milan, Italy, March 2002, pp. 88-89 Fiz, Alberto, “Creativita made in USA,” Italia Oggi, Italy, March 2, p. 19
“Dai Delitti Londinesi all’Officina dell’American Art”, Abitare, April 3, (photo)
Pagel, David, “A Specialist In Confidently Out-of-Whack Geometry”, The Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, CA, April 5, 2002, p. F17 (color photo)
Frank, Peter, “Art Picks of the Week”, LA Weekly, Los Angeles, CA, April 12-18
Molinari, Guido, “Officina americana”, Flash Art, Milan, Italy, April-May
Kuch, Kerstin, “besprechung farbe! Experimentelle malerei bei hausler contemporary”,, June 5
Pezalla-Granlund, Margaret, “Places”,, Los Angeles County Museum of Art Education Department
"We Love Painting – the Contemporary American Art from the Misumi Collection", Museum of Contemporary Art, (exhibition catalog), Misumi Corporation, Tokyo, Japan, pp. 64-66, (color photos) 190, 207, 212
"On The Needs of Visual Artists, A Roundtable 2001", Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation, Colorado Springs, CO, pp. 18-19, 39, 49 (photo)
“Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions 4-Ever”, 23rd Annual Benefit Art Auction, Los Angeles, California, lot 11 (color photo)
AXA Art Corporate Art Collecting Today (catalog), p. 169 (color photo)
Pagel, David, “Once Removed From What?” (exhibition catalog), Abstract Art In The Late Twentieth Century, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK
Barilli, Renato, “Le derive dell’arte”, Officina America: RetrEmiliaRomagna (exhibition catalog), pp. 30, 46, 47 (color photos)
Kakanias, Konstantin, “ Ingrid Calame”, Her Hollywood Years: Part 1, works on paper, Los Angeles, CA, p. 15
Williams, Alena, "Ingrid Calame at Karyn Lovegrove Gallery – review", tema celeste, Milan, Italy, January-February, p. 96 (color photo)
Roos, Von Renate, "Gelenkter Zufall", Stadtanzeiger, Cologne, Germany, July 6
Kimmelman, Michael, “In a Cheerful Groove...,” The New York Times, December 28, pp. E41, E43
Savaris, Marta, “Ingrid Calame-review”, Flash Art, Milan, Italy, December 2001- January 2002, pp. 96-97 (photo)
Sobel, Dean, “Wall works: Ingrid Calame and Paul Morrison” (exhibition catalog), Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO, June 1-July 29, 2001 (color photo)
“American Visionaries, Selections From the Whitney Museum of American Art”, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
Blasser Schimmer, "A Pale Gleam: Sammlung Mondstudio Collection" (catalog), pp. 24- 25 (color photo)
Beatrice, Luca, "Sogni Iperpop," Arte, Milan, Italy, No. 305, January, pp. 104-111 (cover & color photos)
Siegel, Katy, "The Long List", Artforum, Vol. XXXVIII, No. 5, January, p. 32
Bertola, Chiara, "Recensioni", Flash Art, Milan, Italy, February/March
Keating, Edward (photographer), "Street Art", The New York Times, New York, NY, March 23, p. B4
Baker, Kenneth, "Millenial Biennial", San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco, CA, March 23, (photo)
Muchnic, Suzanne, "What a Difference Two Years Make", The Los Angeles Times, March 24, 2000, p. F1 (color photo)
Cunningham, Bill, "Evening Hours", The New York Times, New York, NY, March 26, p. 7 (photo)
Cohn, Terri, "Labyrinthine: Painting Reinterpreted", Artweek, San Jose, CA, Vol. 31, Issue 4, April, pp. 17-18, (photo)
Schwartz, Therese, "Nirvana Takes a Holiday", Arts4All Newsletter, Volume II, Issue 12, April (photo)
Pincus, Robert L., "Biennial is a perennial that's worth cultivating", The San Diego Union-Tribune, April 2
Stevens, Mark, “Whitney Biennial”,, April 3, (color photos)
Schjeldahl, Peter, "Pragmatic Hedonism", The New Yorker, April 3, pp. 94-95
Mendelsohn, Meredith, “Weekend Update”,, April 4, 2000 (color photo)
Saltz, Jerry, "My Sixth Sense", The Village Voice, April 4
Thorson, Alice, "Wit and Whitney", Kansas City Star, April 9
Viveros-Faune, Christian, “Fabstraction”, New York Press, April 26–May 2, Section Two, p. 5
Pagel, David, "Not So Striking Resemblances Mark 'COLA 2000'", The Los Angeles Times, May 3, p. F10 (photo)
Danto, Arthur, "Art of the Free and the Brave", The Nation, New York, NY, May 8, pp. 45-49
Fark, Bill, "North County Artists Featured in Museum exhibit", The North County Times, Orange, CA, June 2, p. 3, 36
Pincus, Robert L., "'Next Wave' shows the versatility and talent of Southern California Artists", The San Diego Union-Tribune, June 8, pp. 32-33
Fark, Bill, "California artists show diversity in museum show", The North County Times, Orange, CA, June 9, pp.33-34
von Martin, Kraft, "Malen im Medienzeitalter", Der Landbote, Zurich, Switzerland, June 19
Wust, Karl, "Malerei versus mediale Bilderflut”, Zurcher Oberlander, Zurich, Switzerland, June 20
Knight, Christopher, "Catching the 'Next Wave' of Painters", The Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, CA, June 20, pp. F1, F8 (photo)
Rubinstein, Raphael, "America's Best?," Art in America, New York, NY, July
Omlin, Sibylle, “‘Der Abgelenkte Blick’ im Helmhaus Zurich”, Neue Zurcher Zeitung, Zurich, Switzerland, July 5
Koerver, Jens Peter, "New Painting - der Stand der Bilder", Frame, Vienna, Austria, Vol. 3, July/August, pp.36 - 47 (color photo)
Wollheim, Richard, “A Letter from Carolina”, Modern Painters, London, UK, Autumn 2000, vol. 13, no. 3, pp. 33-34 (color photo)
Colman, David, "The Wonderful Wizard of Art", Bazaar, New York, NY, September, pp. 537-38, 550-53
Stockwell, Craig, "Glee: Painting Now at the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art", Art New England (photo)
Frank, Peter, "Art Picks of the Week", LA Weekly, Los Angeles, CA, September 22-28, p. C122
Luke, Megan, "Two New Aldrich Museum Exhibits Showcase New and Traditional Media", Press, Ridgefield, CT, September 21
Zinsser, John, "Painter's Journal",, New York, NY, November 11
Harvey, Doug, “Godawfulism”, LA Weekly, Los Angeles, CA, November 10-16, Vol. 22, No. 51, pp. 51-52 (photo)
Dailey, Meghan, "Review – Glee: Painting Now", Artforum, New York, NY, December, pp. 149-50
Hainley, Bruce, "Ingrid Calame, Karyn Lovegrove Gallery", Artforum, New York, NY, Vol. XXXIX, No. 4, December, p. 151 (photo)
Body of Painting – Gunter Umberg with Pictures from Cologne-based Collections (exhibition catalog), Museum Ludwig Koln, Cologne, Germany, p. 160 (color photo)
Glee (exhibition catalog), Aldrich Museum of Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut
Pagel, David, "Themes Out of School: Art & Education In Los Angeles", (catalog), The CAA Foundation, Los Angeles, CA, p. 34
Lumpkin, Libby, "Ingrid Calame" (monograph), Deitch Projects, New York, NY, April 2000 (color photo)
Lienhard, Marie- Louise, "There is No Such Thing as the Innocent Eye", Der Abgelenkte Blick Malerei (exhibition catalog), Helmhaus Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland, p. 82
Fiedler, Andreas, "The Distracted Eye", Der Abgelenkte Blick Malerei (exhibition catalog), Helmhaus Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland, pp. 84-5
Anderson, Maxwell, "2000 Biennial Exhibition", WHITNEY BIENNIAL 2000 (exhibition catalog), Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, pp. 70-71 (color photo)
“Continuing and Recommended Exhibitions”,, (photo)
Loney, Glenn, “Curator’s Choice”,, (color photo)
Marriner, Robin, "LA Law", Contemporary Visual Arts, New York, NY, Issue 32, pp. 36-41 (color photo)
Omlin, Sibyll and Beat Wismer, “Metonymischer Zugang Zur Malerei”, Das Gadächtnis Der Malerei, Aargauer Kunsthaus, Aarau, Walther König, Cologne, Germany, pp. 388-389, 418-419, 426 (color photos)
Schwendener, Martha, “Ingrid Calame”, Time Out, New York, NY (photo)
Beatrice, Luca, "Facts and Fictions", Facts and Fictions (exhibition catalog), Castelvecchi Arte, Turin, Italy, (color photos)
Buisch, Derrick and Colleen Mullins, "Color Theory" (exhibition catalog), College of Visual Arts Gallery, Saint Paul, MN, April 9, p. 1 (color photo)
Butler, Cornelia H., "Ends and Means, Afterimage: Drawing Through Process" (exhibition catalog), Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, CA, p. 104
Calame, Ingrid, "Metonymic Approaches to Painting" in "Colour Me Blind! Malerei in Zeiten von Computergame und Comic" (exhibition catalog), Württembergischer Kunstverein, Stuttgart, Germany, pp. 34-39 (color photos)
Christofori, Ralf, "Blind Copy 2: Colour Me Blind!, Malerei in Zeiten von Computergame und Comic" (exhibition catalog), Württembergischer Kunstverein, Stuttgart, Germany, pp. 28-9
DiMeo Calozzi, Annette, "Negotiating the Truth in Painting: Negotiating Small Truths", Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art, Austin, TX, pp. 17-18, 27-31 (color photos)
Lumpkin, Libby, "Deep Design: Nine Little Art Histories", Art issues Press, The Foundation for Advanced Critical Studies, Los Angeles, CA, (cover)
Min, Susette S., The Mourning After: art of loss (exhibition catalog), City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department, Los Angeles, CA, March (photo)
Moos, David, "Hallucinated Closeness", Postmark, An Abstract Effect (exhibition catalog), SITE Sante Fe, Santa Fe, NM, pp. 23 - 27, (color photos) pp. 8, 26-27
Pagel, David, "Facts and Fictions II: Los Angeles", Facts and Fictions (exhibition catalog), Castelvecchi Arte, Turin, Italy, (color photos)
Pagel, David, "Beauty Smarts", Color Volume (exhibition catalogue), Kunsthallen Brandts Klædefabrik, Odense, Denmark, pp. 18, 26-31 (color photos)
Rinder, Lawrence, twistfoldlayerflake (exhibition catalogue), California College of Arts and Crafts Institute, Oakland, CA, January (color photo)
Harvey, Doug, "Vallance, McCarthy, Besemer, Ott, Calabrese, more", LA Weekly, Vol. 22, No. 5, December 24-30, p. 41
Kern, Kristine, "Udforderende Figurer", Politiken, Denmark, December 19
Koerver, Von Jens Peter, "Die Großstadt ist auch nur ein Allerweltsort", Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger, Köln, Germany, No. 294, December 16, (photo)
Misfeldt, Mai, "Farvekassskader", Berlingske Tidende, Cøpenhagen, Denmark, December 14 (photo)
Vogel, Carol, "Choosing a Palette Of Biennial Artists", The New York Times, Vol. CXLIX, No. 51,730, December 8, p. B1, B5
Hickey, Dave, "Best of the '90's", Artforum, New York, NY, Vol. XXXVIII, No. 4, December 1999, pp. 112-3 (color photo)
Lillemose, Jacob, "Farvernes Verden", Morgenposten Fyens Stiftstidende, Odense, Denmark, November 4
Burkard, Lene, "Farve Volumen: Nyt Maleri Danmark og USA", BLINKFANG, Odense, Denmark, November, p. 14
Melrod, George, "Young at Art", Los Angeles Magazine, November, p. 103
Klædefabrik, Odense, Denmark, November, pp. 14-19 (color photo)
Bak, Line Helena, "Historien gentages", Pglanddsposteu, Odense, Denmark, October 29
Hoffmann, Gabriele, "Die Farben der Zunkunft", Stuttgarter Zeitung, Stuttgart, Germany, October 15, p. 3b
Frank, Peter, "Los Angeles", Art Papers Magazine, Atlanta, GA, Vol. 23.5, September/October, pp. 64-65 (photo)
Miller, Joe, "Santa Fe", Art Papers Magazine, Atlanta, GA, Vol. 23.5, September/October, p. 60
Dalgaard, Bente, "Farvernes egen energi", Morgenposten Fyens Stiftstidende, Copenhagen, Denmark, September 25, (photo)
Misfeldt, Mai, "Ugens kunst", Berlingske Tidende, Cøpenhagen, Denmark, September 24
Clemmer, David, "Postmark: An Abstract Effect", Site Santa Fe, The Magazine, June, p. 49
Knight, Christopher, “Brushstrokes of Genius”,, June
Brinsfield, James, "Signing and Signifying, Abstract Art Returns", Review, Kansas City, MO, June, p. 18 (photo)
Meeks, Christopher, "Constantly Questioning", Cal Arts Currents, Vol. 11, No. 3, Valencia, CA, June, pp. 1-3 (color photo)
Roche, Harry, "'twistfoldlayerflake' at CCAC", Artweek, San Jose, CA, Cir. M, 14
Scarborough, James, "Ingrid Calame," Art & Text, Los Angeles, CA, No. 66, Summer, pp. 6 - 7, (photo)
Morgan, Susan, "A Thousand Words, Laura Owens Talks About her Hew Work", ArtForum, New York, NY, Vol.XXXVII, No.10, Summer, p. 131
Thorson, Alice, "Show Will Please, but Not with Ease", Kansas City Star, May 16, pp. J1, J5
Muchnic, Suzanne, "Venice ArtWalk Showcases Local Artists' Work to Benefit a Family Clinic", The Los Angeles Times, May 2, p 88
Narwocki, James, "'twistfoldlayerflake' at CCAC", New Art Examiner, Chicago, IL, May
Curtis, Cathy, "Formal Boundaries Take Some Life From 'Biennial'", The Los Angeles Times, March 2, p. F12
Ise, Claudine, "Articulating Grief Through the 'Art of Loss'", The Los Angeles Times, April 16, pp. F30-31
Frank, Peter, "Art Picks of the Week: The Mourning After, Remy Charlip", LA Weekly, April 9-15, p. 166 (photo)
Lopez, Ruth, "Material Witness", Pasatiempo; The Santa Fe New Mexican, Santa Fe, NM, March 26, p. 16
Pagel, David, "Spills and Chills", The Los Angeles Times, April 12, p. F28
Knight, Christopher, "Post-Boomers Spearhead the Boom", The Los Angeles Times, April 4, p. F5
Pullkka, Wesley, "Art for the Hypersensitive", Journal Month, Santa Fe, New Mexico, April
Mendenhall, Lauri, "Projects for Pleasure", Coast Orange County, Orange, CA, April, p. 58
Scherr, Apollinaire, "Prying Our Minds Open", Express, San Francisco, CA, February 19, p. 20
Walsh, Daniella, "Art Made for the Pure Joy of It", The Orange County Register, Orange, CA, February 14, p. 28
Dubin, Zan, "What It's All About", The Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, CA, February 6, p. F2
Bärthel, Regina, "Rolf Ricke/ Kasseler Kunstverein", KunstverEIN & KunsthALLE Das Fridericianum Magazin, No 2, Kassel, Germany, February, pp. 16-21 (photo)
Krum, Sharon, "Stars Suffer For Their Art", New York Post, January 2, p. 21
Hess, Barbara, "Ingrid Calame at Rolf Ricke", Flash Art, Milan, Italy, Vol. XXXII, No. 204, January/February, pp.101-2
Frank, Peter, "Art Picks of the Week: Color Fields, Craig Kauffman, Jacob Hashimoto", LA Weekly, January 8-14, p. 120
Burkard, Lene, "Farve Volumen", Blikfang, No. 5, Kunsthallen Brandts Klædefabrik, Odense, Denmark, November 1999, pp 14-19 (color photo)
Guenther, Bruce, "A Certain Pleasure", 1999 Biennial, Orange County Museum of Art, Orange, CA, pp. 11-12, 24 25 (color photo)
M. S., "Calame. Le Macchie dell'Universo", Arte e Mercato, Italy, p. 193 (photo)
Calame, Ingrid, "Statement" in "Abstract Painting Once Removed" (exhibition catalog), Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Houston, TX, pp. 50-51 (color photos)
Friis-Hansen, Dana, "Ingrid Calame" in "Abstract Painting Once Removed" (exhibition catalog), Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX
Schjeldahl, Peter, "The Rise of Abstraction II" in "Abstract Painting Once Removed" (exhibition catalog), Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Houston, TX, pp. 34-37 (photo)
Roo, "Malen nach Formen", Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger, Cologne, Germany, No. 282, December 3, p. 44
Krajewski, Michael, "Ingrid Calame in der Galerie Rolf Ricke", Kunst Bulletin, Cologne, Germany, December, p.39 (photo)
Dewan, Shaila, "What's So Great About Painting", Houston Press, October 29-November 4, p. 59-60 (photo)
Johnson, Patricia C., "Abstract Artists Redraw Boundaries of Painting", Houston Chronicle, October 7, pp. 1D, 3D (photo)
Relyea, Lane, "Virtually Formal", Artforum, New York, NY, Vol. XXXVII, No. 1, September, p. 126 (color photo)
Pagel, David, "Abstract Views", The Los Angeles Times, August 28, p. 26
Pagel, David, "Color Them Retro", The Los Angeles Times, August 16
Cotter, Holland, "Painting From Another Planet", The New York Times, July 24, p. E39
Schjeldahl, Peter, "Ultraloungerie", The Village Voice, New York, NY, Vol. XLIII, No. 25, June 23
Schwendener, Martha, "Planet Hollywood", Time Out, New York, NY, June
Pagel, David, "Visual Stimulation in L.A.", Flash Art, Milan, Italy, Vol. XXXI, No. 201, Summer, pp. 118-9 (photo)
Hoffmann-Sewera, Kathi, "Orte und Gegenstände", Graz, Austria, February 20, p. 102 (photo)
Ertl, Barbara, "Hollywood-Träume", Kronen Zeitung, Graz, Austria, February 17, p. 21
Nigelhell, Franz, "Kulturindustrie und Grazer Verhältnisse", Neue Zeit, Graz, Austria, February 7, p. 43
Calame, Ingrid, "Statement", Selections Winter '98, The Drawing Center, New York, NY, January (photo)
Henle, Susanne, "Aussschnitte aus Endlosen Strturen", Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Frankfurt, Germany
Pagel, David, "Spot Making Sense" (exhibition catalogue), Grand Arts, Kansas City, MO, 1997 (color photo)
Hickey, Dave, "Top Ten x 12, The Year in Review", Artforum, New York, NY, Vol. XXXVI, No. 4, December, p. 87
Iannaccone, Carmine, "Ingrid Calame", Art Issues, Los Angeles, No. 50, November/December, p. 41 (photo)
Pagel, David, Art Review: "Landmasses", Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, CA, Friday, September 12, p F24
Best, Sherry L., "Sensibility or Sense?" The Pitch, Kansas City, MO, July 11
"Fin de Siecle Painting: BothSides Now, Painters Under 30 and Over 50", Artweek, San Jose, CA, Vol. 28, No. 9, September, p. 19 (photo)
Pagel, David, "Shifting Images", Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, CA, Friday, June 20, p F23
Pagel, David, "Editor's Choice: Art", BOMB, New York, NY, Spring, p 17 (photo)
Crowley, Matthew, "Cartoons More Than Buffoonery", Las Vegas Times, December 4, p. 5AA Wharton, David,
"Cal Arts Music Video Hits the Right Notes", The Los Angeles Times, Valley Edition, January 10, p. F2
"Art Pick", Boston Phoenix, Boston, MA, October 24, p 36 (photo)
Greenstein, M.A., “Entering the Professional Art Market Without an MFA”, Artweek, San Jose, CA, Vol. 25, No. 9, May,

Video Screenings

“Dozer”, Nothing New Cinema, San Francisco, CA
“Color Volume”, Kunsthalle Brandts Klaedefabrick, Odense, Denmark
“First Sight Seen”, Film Forum, Los Angeles, CA
“RE: SOLUTION Gallery”, Los Angeles, CA
“Gumbo”, Art in General, New York, NY
“Showcase ‘95”, Raleigh Studios, Hollywood, CA

Awards, Grants and Fellowships

Artist-in-Residence, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY
Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center Artist Residency, Lake Como, Italy (declined)
Triangle Workshop 2000, New York, NY
City of Los Angeles Individual Artist Fellowship Award, Cultural Affairs Department, Los Angeles, CA
Grammy Nominee, Music Video Long Form, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, Los Angeles, CA
Boone Family Trust Grant, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA
Skowhegan Matching Fellowship, Skowhegan & Cal Arts, Skowhegan, ME
Sony Music Video Grant, Sony Music, Los Angeles, CA
Eastman Kodak Product Grant, Eastman Kodak Co., Los Angeles, CA.
Dorland Artist Colony, Temecula, CA
Jacob K. Javits Fellowship, United States Department of Education, Washington, D.C.
Millay Colony for the Arts, Austerlitz, NY
Vermont Studio Colony, Johnson, VT
Cummington Community of the Arts, Cummington, MA

Public Collections

Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY
American Express, New York, NY
AXA, Cologne, Germany American Express, New York, NY
Creative Artists Agency, Los Angeles, CA
Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN
Jumex Foundation, Mexico City, Mexico
Kunstmuseum St. Gallen, St. Gallen, Switzerland
Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA
Miami Art Museum, Miami, FL
Michael and Judy Ovitz Collection, Santa Monica, CA
Misumi Collection, Tokyo, Japan
Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Houston, TX
Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
National Art Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand
Neuberger Berman, LLC, New York, NY
New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, New York, NY
Progressive Corporation, Mayfield Village, OH
Sammlung-Goetz Collection, Munich, Germany
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP SunAmerica - Eli Broad Foundation, Santa Monica, CA
SunAmerica - Eli Broad Foundation, Santa Monica, CA
United Bank of Switzerland Hong Kong, Central, Hong Kong
Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
Utah Museum of Fine Arts, Salt Lake City, UT