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Abstract Alchemists features three contemporary artists Chris Martin, Andrew Masullo, and Steve Roden, whose modern abstractions express the meaning of alchemy, or the transformation of nothing into something with their distinct use of shape, color, form and texture. Chris Martin was born in Washington D.C. His work features abstract pieces with elements of collage that reference nature and the imagery of environment. He is influenced by artists such as Paul Feeley, Yayoi Kusama and others who are also concerned with the formal qualities of painting. Andrew Masullo focuses obsessively and intensely on abstract paintings using predominantly primary and unmixed colors. The works involve inspiration from music as well as the artist’s pantheon of art heroes including Florine Stettheimer, Forrest Bess, Picabia, Max Ernst and Matisse. Serendipity, skill and technique plus a free wheeling process of choice all contribute to the eventual evolution of a painting. Steve Roden is a visual and sound artist from Los Angeles. His working process uses various forms of specific notation (words, musical scores, maps, etc.) and translates them through self invented systems into scores, which then influence the process of painting, drawing, sculpture, and sound composition.


Untitled, 2000-01 Oil on canvas, 22 x 17 1/4 in. 3560


Thursday, 1988-2007 Oil on canvas, 22 1/4 x 18 in. 3561


Red Yellow Blue Green: Like a Sex Machine, 2003-07 Oil on canvas, 77 1/2 x 71 in. 3562


2007, 2007 Oil and collage on canvas, 64 x 59 in. 3563


Lake, 2008 Oil and collage on canvas, 31 x 26 in. 3564


Untitled (Bread Painting), 2006-08 Oil, bread and resin on canvas, 24 x 18 in. 3565


3140, 1995-96 Oil on canvas, 12 x 9 in. 3566


4461, 2005 Oil on canvas, 10 x 8 in. 3567


4520, 2006-08 Oil on canvas, 20 x 24 in. 3568


4555, 2006-07 Oil on canvas, 12 x 12 in. 3569


4939, 2007 Oil on canvas, 16 x 12 in. 3570


4960, 2006-07 Oil on canvas, 18 x 18 in. 3571


4982, 2008 Oil on canvas, 10 x 8 in. 3572


transmission (vowel structure 2), 2005 Oil and acrylic on linen, 48 x 36 in. 3573


“the silent world (seamarkiteture)�, 2005 Oil, ink, acrylic and wax on linen, 30 x 30 in. 3574


transmission (vowel construction 7), 2004/2005 Colored pencil on paper, 22 x 30 in. 3701


of frozen music and liquid architecture, 2008 Ink, paint and pencil on paper, 32 x 25 in. 3702


Chris Martin

Born: 1954, Washington D.C. Lives & works in Brooklyn, NY EDUCATION: 1992 BFA, Certificate of Art Therapy, School of Visual Arts 1972-1975 Yale University, New Haven, CT 2005 SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2009 Mitchell-Innes & Nash, Works on Paper KOW, Berlin 2008 Mitchell-Innes & Nash 2007 Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, CA 2006 Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, CA Bernard Toale Gallery, Boston, MA 2005 Uta Scharf Gallery, New York Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY 2001 Malca Fine Arts, New York Galapagos Art and Performance Space, Brooklyn, NY Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY 2000 Galapagos Art and Performance Space, Brooklyn, NY 1998 Bill Maynes Gallery, New York 1997 Pierogi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY 1996 Mario Diacono Gallery, Boston 1995 Bernard Toale Gallery, Boston 1992 John Good Gallery, New York 1991 Jiminez & Algus Gallery, Brooklyn, NY 1990 John Good Gallery, New York 1988 Diane Brown Gallery, New York Philippe Briet Gallery, New York GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2009 Heather James Fine Art, Palm Desert, CA, Abstract Alchemists Saatchi Gallery, London, Abstract America 2008 Spanierman Modern, New York, Present Tense Bravin Lee Programs, New York, Works on Paper Artspace, New Haven, CT, Unnameable Things Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY & A.D. Gallery, University of North Carolina at Pembroke, ShapeShifters: New York Painters 2007 D’Amelio Terras, New York, NY, Heralds of Creative Anachronism Max Protetch, New York, Unfathom de Pury & Luxembourg, Zurich, Painting as Fact – Fact as Fiction Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, Block Party II: An Exhibition of Drawings 2006 Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York, NY, Abstract American Academy of Arts and Letters, NY, Invitational Exhibit OSP Gallery, Boston, MA, Getting It Right Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, Block Party: An Exhibition of Drawings Holiday Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, Leslie Roberts, Chris Martin, Gelah Penn Thorpe Gallery, NY, Everywhichway

2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1994 1993

Byrdcliffe Arts Colony, Woodstock, NY, Inside Out Black and White Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, Mirror of Our Obsessions and Fears Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, War Is Over P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, NY, The Painted World Feature Gallery, NY, Meditative Betty Cunningham Gallery, NY, Paint It Black Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, Work On Paper Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA, Field Questions Andre Zarre Gallery, New York, NY, 30th Anniversary Exhibition Tastes Like Chicken Art Space, Brooklyn, NY, Art of the Neighborhood Karl Ernst Osthaus Museum, Hagen, Germany, In Face of Silence J. Johnson Gallery, Jacksonville Beach, Florida, Contemporary New York June Fitzpatrick Gallery, Portland, ME, Naked Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA, Luck of the Drawn Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, Peace Studio 18 Gallery, New York, NY, “Counterpoise” N3 Project Space, Brooklyn, NY, The Color Imperative Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, Staten Island, N.Y., The Invisible Thread The Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, Clear Intentions Black and White Gallery, Brooklyn NY, The Incredible Lightness of Being Andre Zarre Gallery, New York, NY, Integrated Sensibilities Gallery 817, Philadelphia, PA, All Drawing Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, Merry Brooklyn Rail Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, Made in Brooklyn Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA, Waiting List Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA, Luck of the Drawn Deutsche Bank Gallery, New York NY, Expanding Tradition Smack Mellon Studios, Brooklyn, NY, Significant Pursuits: Paint and Geometry New York Studio School, New York, Painting Abstraction Malca Fine Art, New York, Fundamental Occurrences Flipside Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, Flashlight The State of the Art Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, An Homage to Albert Pinkham Ryder Pierogi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, Rage for Art Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, NC, Art on Paper Icon Contemporary Art, Brunswick, ME, The Word on Art N3 Project Space, Brooklyn, NY, Paintings Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York, Alive and Well - New Painting Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY, Current Undercurrents - Working in Brooklyn Walsh Art Gallery, Fairfield University, CN, Christ in Recent New York Art Mott Works Gallery, New York, Blanc and White Bernard Toale Gallery, Boston, MA, Review/Preview Gallerie de l’Ecole des Beaux Arts, Lorient, France, Le Temps d’un Dessin Arena Gallery, New York, Contemporary Drawing Part 2 PS1 Museum, Long Island City, NY, Four Walls at PS1- Seven Rooms/Seven Shows


1992 Max Protech Gallery, New York, A New American Flag 1991 The Denver Museum, CO, Visions/Revisions: Selections from the Contemporary Collection Dooley La Cappellaine Gallery, New York, Ecstasy John Good Gallery, New York, Works on Paper Tavelli Gallery, Aspen, CO., Young American Painters 1990 Aldrich Museum, CO., Words as Symbols Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CO., Aids Timeline1990 John Good Gallery, New York, Shaman: Apfulbaum, Bueys, Droese, Lucas, Martin, Polke Karl Bornstein Gallery, Santa Monica, CA., Provocative Abstraction: New Painting New York 1989 HBO Headquarters, New York, Contemporary Abstract Painting John Good Gallery, New York, Post Modern Painters La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, California, Lannan Acquisitions Cyrus Gallery, New York, Painting Between Awareness and Desire 1988 Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, Institute of North American Studies, Barcelona, Spain, Sightings - Drawing with Color Freedman Gallery, Albright College, PA, Selections from the Edward Albee Collection 1987 The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY, Working in Brooklyn AWARDS 2002 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship 1999 Pollock - Krasner Foundation Award 1996 New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship 1993 National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship 1990 National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship 1987 American Academy and Institute for the Arts and Letters Richard and Hinda Rosenthal Award


Andrew Masullo

Born: 1957, Elizabeth, New Jersey EDUCATION: 1979 B.A., Studio Art, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2009 Andrew Masullo: Recent Paintings, Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, CA 2007 Andrew Masullo: Paintings 1992 – 2007, Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, CA Andrew Masullo: Recent Paintings, OSP Gallery, Boston, MA 2006 Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco Baumgartner Gallery, New York, NY 2004 Joan T. Washburn Gallery, New York 2002 Joan T. Washburn Gallery, New York 2001 Zolla/Lieberman Gallery, Chicago 2000 Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco Joan T. Washburn Gallery, New York 1999 Thomas Ammann Fine Art, Zu¨rich 1998 Derek Eller Gallery, New York 1996 André Emmerich Gallery, New York 1994 André Emmerich Gallery, New York Craig Cornelius Gallery, New York 1993 Bockley Gallery, Minneapolis 1991 fiction/nonfiction, New York Bockley Gallery, Minneapolis 1990 fiction/nonfiction, New York Asher-Faure Gallery, Los Angeles 1989 Bockley Gallery, Minneapolis fiction/nonfiction, New York 1988 fiction/nonfiction, New York 1987 Bockley Gallery, Minneapolis 1986 Paulo Salvador Gallery, New York GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2009 Abstract Alchemists, Heather James Fine Art, Palm Desert, CA 2006 Naoto Nakagawa, Andrew Masullo, Alexander Ross: Paintings, Feature Inc., New York, NY 2005 The O Show, The Shore Institute of the Contemporary Arts, Long Branch, NJ. Traveled to Berrie Center Art Galleries, Ramapo College, Mahway, New Jersey. Curated by MatCH-Art. 2005 Around About Abstraction, Weatherspoon Museum, Greensboro, North Carolina. Curated by Ron Platt. 2004 Colored Pencil, K.S. Art, New York. 2003 Best in Show, Marcel Sitcoske Gallery, San Francisco. 2002 Gallery Artists Group Exhibition, Zolla/Lieberman Gallery, Chicago. Nina Bovasso, David Dupuis, Andrew Masullo, Derek Eller Gallery, New York 2001 2000

Gallery Artists Group Exhibition, Zolla/Lieberman Gallery, Chicago. Basel Art Fair, Switzerland, Thomas Ammann Fine Art.

1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1993 1991 1990

The Stroke, Exit Art, New York. Curated by Ross Bleckner. Little, Jeffrey Coploff Gallery, New York. Summer Group Show, Derek Eller Gallery, New York. From Here to Eternity: Painting in 1998, Max Protech Gallery, New York. Curated by Ruth Kaufmann. Alive and Well, Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York. Purely Painting, Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York. Box, Fotohui Cramer Gallery, New York. Love Flight of a Pink Candy Heart: A Compliment to Florine Stettheimer, Holly Solomon Gallery, New York. Curated by Michael Duncan. Catalog. Benefit Exhibition, White Columns, New York. Geometric Abstraction, Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore. Geometry, Allene Lapides Gallery, Santa Fe. Whateva, Dru Arstark Gallery, New York. al dente, Caren Golden Fine Art, New York. Curated by Randy Wray. Abstraction, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago. Basel Art Fair, Switzerland, André Emmerich Gallery. Retouching the Family Album, Patricia Shea Gallery, Los Angeles. Here’s Looking at Me: Contemporary Self-Portrait, Espace Lyonnais d’Art Contemporain, Lyon, France. Curated by Bernard Brunon. Catalog. Hollywood, Hollywood: Identity under the Guise of Celebrity, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California. Curated by Fred Fehlau. Catalog. Paper, Diane Brown Gallery, New York. Forty Years of Paint-by-Number, 1952-1992, Bridgewater/Lustberg Gallery, New York. The Object is Bound, Stephen Wirtz Gallery, San Francisco. Mssr. B’s Curio Shop, Threadwaxing Space, New York. Curated by Sol Ostrow. Catalog. Are You a Boy or Are You a Girl?, Real Art Ways Gallery, Hartford, Connecticut. Curated by Cary Leibowitz. Dysfunction in the Family Album, Diane Brown Gallery, New York. Curated by David Humphrey. Departures: Photography 1923-1990, Cantor Gallery, Worcester, Massachusetts. Traveled to Denver Art Museum, Joslyn Art Museum (Omaha), Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, The Goldie Paley Gallery at Moore College of Art and Design (Philadelphia), Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences, Inc. (Savannah). Curated by Edmund Yankov. Catalog. Just what is it that makes today’s homes so different, so appealing?, The Hyde Collection, Glen Falls, New York. Curated by Dan Cameron. Catalog. The Library of Babel, Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center, Buffalo, New York. Traveled to White Columns, New York. Curated by Todd Alden. Catalog. Not on Canvas, Asher-Faure Gallery, Los Angeles. All Quiet on the Western Front? Part Two, Espace Dieu, Paris. Word as Image, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York. Word as Image: American Art 1960-1990, Milwaukee Art Museum, Wisconsin.


1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983

Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Catalog. Hollywoodland, fiction/nonfiction, New York. Stripes, Barbara Krakow Gallery, Boston. All Quiet on the Western Front?, Galerie Antoine Candau, Paris. Catalog. Critic’s Choice, Washburn Gallery, New York. Curated by Jon Yau. Catalog. Departures: Photography 1924-1989, Hirschl & Adler Modern, New York. Catalog. Boite Alerte, Renee Fotouhi Fine Art, New York. Anne, ma soeur Anne...., Galerie Antoine Candau, Paris. The Milky Way, Shoshona Wayne Gallery, Santa Monica. Curated by Stephen Westfall. Catalog. Repetition: 1969-1989, Hirschl & Adler Modern, Basel Art Fair, Switzerland. Invitational with Gallery Artists, fiction/nonfiction, New York. Benefit ‘86, White Columns, New York. Andrew Masullo and Marilyn Minter, fiction/nonfiction, New York. The Altered Page: Selections from the Ruth and Marvin Sackner Archive of Concrete and Visual Poetry, Book Arts Gallery, New York. Catalog. Doug Argue and Andrew Masullo, Bockley Gallery, Minneapolis. Preview, fiction/nonfiction, New York. Small Works, Sculpture Center, New York. The Book Made Art, The Joseph Regenstein Library, The University of Chicago. Curated by Jeffrey Abt. Catalog. Book Arts II, Hand in Hand Gallery, New York. Mighty, Small Works, Hand in Hand Gallery, New York. Funeral Rites: Andrew Masullo, Andrés Serrano, Robin Parker, White Columns, New York. Curated by Tom Solomon. Artworks/Bookworks, Dallas Public Library. Artists’ Book Exhibition, Hand in Hand Gallery, New York. Still Life With Transaction: Former Objects, New Moral Arrangements, and the History of Surfaces, International With Monument, New York. Curated by Collins and Milazzo. Third Annual Artists’ Book Show, Kathryn Markel Gallery, New York. R. Garratt, A. Masullo, International With Monument, New York.

LITERATURE 2006 Genocchio, Benjamin. “Exploring the Circle from Every Angle,” The New York Times, January 1, Arts & Entertainment Section, p. 8. 2005 __________. “SICA Presents: A Roundtable Discussion and Gallery Tour with the O Show,” UpstageMagazine.com, December 15. ___________. “Homage to ‘O’”, Atlanticville, December 1, p. 30, ill. ___________. “Exhibition Comes to SICA,” UpstageMagazine.com, November 11. Buckner, Keith. Review, “Abstract: Door to Subconscious,” gotriad.com, July 14.

McIrvine, Ted. Review, “Museum is Worth a Visit,” Hendersonville Times-News, July 10. Patterson, Tom. Review, “Angles on Abstraction,” Winston-Salem Journal, June 26.

2004 2003 2002 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994

Naves, Mario. “In a Dark Hour for Abstraction, A Welcoming Impurity Beckons,” The New York Observer, February 9, p. 18. Naves, Mario. Review: “Candy-Store Canvases: Masullo’s Sweet-Tooth,” The New York Observer, July 12, p. 18 Smith, Roberta. “Looking Back at the Flurry on the Far Side,” The New York Times, December 10. Andrew Masullo. Exhibition catalog, New York: Joan T. Washburn Gallery, June. Duncan, Michael. Review, Art in America, May, p. 140, ill. Martin, Chris. “On Abstract Painting,” The Brooklyn Rail, April/May, pp. 24-25. Andrew Masullo. Exhibition catalog, New York: Joan T. Washburn Gallery, September. Kalm, James. Review: “Gigantus Abstractosaurus: Twilight of the Dogmas,” NY Arts, October. Moylan, Chris. Review, “Nina Bovasso, David Dupuis, Andrew Masullo,” artcritical.com, February. Naves, Mario. Review, The New York Observer, October 7, p. 20. ________________. “Preziosen und Candy - Andrew Masullo bei Ammann Fine Art,” Neue Zu¨rcher Zeitung, February 10, Zu¨rcher Kultur, p. 34. Andrew Masullo. Exhibition catalog with text by John Yau, New York: Joan T. Washburn Gallery, September. Helfand, Glen. Review, San Francisco Bay Guardian, November 22, p. 93. Kalm, James. Review, NY Arts, December, p. 67, ill. Mason, Brook S. “Hanging Around New York: a monthly guide,” The Art Newspaper, September, p. 80. Naves, Mario. Review: “Andrew Masullo’s Lap Paintings Have a Goofy Significance,” The New York Observer, October 2, p. 17, ill. Naves, Mario. “Punchy Canvases Searching for Beauty,” The New York Observer, April 17, p. 17. Newhall, Edith. “Fall Art Preview,” New York Magazine, September 11, p. 122, ill. Andrew Masullo. Exhibition catalog with text by George Frei, Zurich: Thomas Ammann Fine Art, December. Dailey, Meghan. Review, Artforum, March, p. 126, ill. Johnson, Ken. Review, The New York Times, November 6, p. E40. Mason, Christopher. “Uptown, Downtown: Mixing Like Paint,” The New York Times, December 10, p. E4, ill. Finch, Charlie. “The Royal Flush,” ArtNet, October 29. Murdock, Robert M. Review of Alive and Well, Review, October 1, p. 22. Cotter, Holland. Review, The New York Times, March 15, p. C27. Edelman, Robert. “Laying in on Thick: Andrew Masullo,” Cover, April, pp. 14-15, ill. Michaels, Bernd. Kunst in der Provinzial. Du¨sseldorf: Provinzial Versicherungsanstalten. Hutchings, David. “Art and Soul,” In Style, December, p. 109, ill. ________________. Review, ArtNews, Summer, p. 178, ill. ________________. “From Bad to Good,” The New Yorker, September 19, p. 24.


1993 1992 1991 1990 1989

Paris Review, Edition #132, Fall, cover image. Humphrey, David. Review, Art Issues, November/December, pp. 32-33, ill. Johnson, Ken. Review, Art in America, December, pp. 97-98, ill. Brunon, Bernard. Here’s Looking at Me: Contemporary Self-Portrait. Exhibition catalog, Lyon: Espace Lyonnais d’Art Contemporain, January. Cyphers, Peggy. Review, Arts, February, p. 81. Fehlau, Fred. Hollywood, Hollywood: Identity under the Guise of Celebrity. Exhibition catalog, Pasedena: Art Center College of Design, October. Hagen, Charles. Review of Paper, The New York Times, January 31, p. C19. Ostrow, Saul. Messr. B’s Curio Shop. Exhibition catalog, New York: Threadwaxing Space, June. Alden, Todd. The Library of Babel. Exhibition catalog, Buffalo: Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center, April. Cameron, Dan. Just what is it that makes today’s homes so different, so appealing? Exhibition catalog, Glen Falls: The Hyde Collection, September. Grundberg, Andy. Departures: Photography 1923-1990. Exhibition catalog, Worcester: Cantor Gallery, September. Levin, Kim. “Art in Brief,” The Village Voice, December 3, p. 77. Schwendenwien, Jude. Review, Artscribe International, January, pp. 84-85, ill. Andreoli-Woods, Lynn. Review: “Stupid Nothings and Celebrations: Two Approaches to Nostalgia,” The L.A. Reader, February 23, p. 17, ill. Bowman, Russell. Word as Image: American Art 1960-1990. Exhibition catalog, Milwaukee: Milwaukee Art Museum, June. Candau, Antoine and Gerard Delsol. All Quiet on the Western Front? Exhibition catalog, Paris: Galerie Antoine Candau, February. Coleman, A. D. Review, The New York Observer, September 24, p. 24. Decter, Joshua. Review, Arts, December, p. 98, ill. Garver, Thomas H. and Stanley I. Grand. Regarding Art: Artworks About Art. Exhibition catalog, Sheboygan: John Michael Kohler Arts Center, June. Geer, Suvan. Review: “Detritus of Culture,” The Los Angeles Times, February 16, pp. F27-28, ill. Kastner, Jeffrey. Review, The New Art Examiner, March, p. 52. Mahoney, Robert. Review of Critic’s Choice, Flash Art, March/April, p. 180. Nesbitt, Lois E. Review, Artforum, December, pp. 138-139, ill. Yau, John. Critic’s Choice. Exhibition catalog, New York: Washburn Gallery, January. Andrew Masullo. Exhibition catalog with text by Dan Cameron, New York: fiction/nonfiction, April. Donahue, Marlena. Review of The Milky Way, Los Angeles Times, July 28, p. 18. Frank, Peter. Review of The Milky Way, L.A. Weekly, September 15-21, p. 115. Handy, Ellen. Review, Arts, September, pp. 95-96, ill. Hapgood, Susan. Review, Flash Art, October, p. 131, ill. Hirsch, David. “Summer Thrills for Humid Heat,” The New York Native, June 24,p.30. Kaplan, Steven, Review, etc. Montreal, Autumn, pp. 80-81, ill. Levin, Kim. “Voice Choices,” The Village Voice, May 2, p. 50. Mahoney, Robert. “Quiet Desperation: Installations Revisited,” Arts, November, pp.

1988 1986

58-63, ill. Montgomery, Lee. “Milky Way Show: Diverse Look at Universal Concepts,” The Santa Monica Outlook, July 28, p. D6, ill. Smith, Roberta. Review, The New York Times, April 21, p. C24, ill. Stephens, Richard. “Freefalling Through the Galaxy,” L.A. Artweek, September 9, p. 29. Wallach, Amei. “SoHo Gets Another Boom,” New York Newsday, April 7, Weekend Section, p. 15. Watney, Simon. Departures: Photography, 1924-1989. Exhibition catalog, New York: Hirschl & Adler Modern, November. Westfall, Stephen. The Milky Way. Exhibition catalog, Santa Monica: Shoshona Wayne Gallery, June. Yau, John. Review, Contemporanea, July/August, p. 31. Sackner, Marvin. The Altered Page: Selections from the Ruth and Marvin Sackner Archive of Concrete and Visual Poetry. Exhibition catalog, New York: Book Arts Gallery, February. Abt, Jeffrey. The Book Made Art. Exhibition catalog, Chicago: The University of Chicago, February.

AWARDS AND GRANTS 1989 CAPS Grant, New York State Council on the Arts 1988 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant


Steve Roden

Born 1964 Lives and works in Pasadena, CA EDUCATION: 1989 MFA, Art Center College of Design Pasadena, CA 1986 BFA, Otis /Parsons, Los Angeles, CA SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2008 Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, Culver City, CA “to these four horizons”, Geluidpost/Lokaal01, Breda, Netherlands 2007 Susanne Vielmetter Berlin Projects, Berlin, Germany 2006 “lines and spaces”, Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, Culver City, CA Studio La Citta, Verona, Italy “day ring / night ring”, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA, (site specific sound work for James Turrell Skyspace) “Recent Monotypes”, Aurobora Press, San Francisco, CA 2005 “seam arks”, Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, New York, NY “seamarks”, McBean Gallery, San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA “Transmissions from Space”, Fresno Metropolitan Museum of Art and Science, Fresno, CA 2004 Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, Culver City, CA “ear(th)”, Alyce de Roulet Williamson Gallery, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA, in collaboration with the California Institute of Technology “cups into clouds, songs into rain”, Gallery e/Static, Torino, Italy “elevator music: stills (for guru dutt)”, Tang Museum at Skidmore College, NY 2003 Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, Culver City, CA “the another silent green world”, Pomona College Museum of Art, Claremont, CA “the surface of the moon”, Suyama Space, Seattle, WA “chamber music”, Jack Straw New Media Gallery, Seattle, WA 2002 “light forms”, Singuhr - Hörgalerie in Parochial, Berlin “a year of skeis”, Gallery e/Static, Torino, Italy “some reconstructions of wandering & inner space”, Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara, CA 2000 Jenn Joy Gallery, San Francisco, CA “mir/we need to say goodbye”, Studio Five Beekman, New York, NY “reading without reading/within (further)”, The Guardshack, Bergamot Station, Santa Monica, CA 1999 “reading without reading/within”, Podewil, Berlin, Germany “the anatomy of touch/the alchemy of the verb”, Jenn Joy Gallery, San Francisco,CA “the anatomy of touch”, Korn Gallery, Drew University, Madison, NJ 1998 “landscape”, Mendenhall Art Gallery, Whittier College, Whittier, CA 1997 “Translations & Articulations”, Griffin Contemporary Exhibitions, Venice, CA “Either/Ore”, Pac Des Ouches, Nevers, France 1996 “Any. Thing. Made.”, Griffin Contemporary Exhibitions, Venice, CA 1995 Griffin Linton Contemporary Exhibitions, Costa Mesa, CA Gallery Earthvision, Tokyo, Japan

1994 1992 1986

Gallerie OU’, Osaka, Japan Griffin Linton Contemporary Exhibitions, Costa Mesa, CA Kaibundo Gallery, Kobe, Japan James Turcotte Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2009 “Abstract Alchemists”, Heather James Fine Art, Palm Desert, CA “Bivouac”, Vox Populi Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, curated by Fionn Meade “Hidden City”, various sites, Peregrine Arts, Philadelphia, PA 2008 “at the Brewery Project: 1993-2007: the Finale”, The Armory Gallery, Pasadena,CA “Selections from the Permanent Collection”, EMST National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens, Greece “L.A. Now”, Las Vegas Art Museum, Las Vegas, NV, curated by David Pagel “L.A. Paint”, The Oakland Museum of California, Oakland, CA, curated by Philip Linhares “Perspectives 163: Every Sound You Can Imagine,” The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Houston, TX, curated by Toby Kamps and Christopher Cox and traveling to:New Langton Arts, San Francisco, CA “Marfa Sessions”, Marfa Ballroom and Various Sites, Marfa, Texas, curated by Regine Basha & the Relay Project “Happy New Ears”, Kortrijk, Belgium, curated by Joost Fonteyne (upcoming) “Southern California Painting”, Oakland Museum, CA, curated by Phil Linares (dis)concert “sound objects”, Steve Turner Contemporary, Los Angeles, CA “Some Paintings: The Third (2007) LA Weekly Annual Biennial”, Track 16, Santa Monica (curated by Doug Harvey) “Before and After Science”, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles, curated by Michael Ned Holte 2007 “Mercosur Biennial”, Porto Allegre, Brazil “Sleppet” (part of Grieg ’07), Bergen, Norway, curated by Jorgen Larsen, traveling to Oslo “soundwaves”, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, La Jolla, CA “between thought and sound”, The Kitchen, New York, curated by Debra Singer and Matthew Lyons (catalog) “Reverberations: Steve Roden & Stephen Vitiello”, Lora Reynolds Gallery, Austin, TX, curated by Regine Basha “decoupage (f d)”, Blank, Torino, Italy “Open End”, Kinkead Contemporary, Los Angeles, CA “Kit Bashing”, Western Bridge, Seattle, WA “invisible. Other”, New American Art Union, Portland, OR, curated by TJ Norris 2006 “The Grand Promenande”, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens, curated by Anna Kafetsi (two sound installations) “Eco E Narciso”, Museum of Modern Architecture (MaAm), Ivrea, Italy, curated by Danieal Cascella & Rebecca De Marchi


“Draw A Line”, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Hollywood “(Keep Feeling) Fascination: Recent Abstract Painting in Los Angeles”, Luckman Fine Arts Gallery, Cal State LA, Los Angeles “Space is the Place”, 2005 ICI Traveling Exhibition, curated by Alex Baker and Toby Kamps ICA Portland, Maine Cranbrook Museum, Bloomfield Hills, MI Bedford Gallery, Walnut Creek, California Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale, Arizona Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio The Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York “Intersections”, Emily Davis Gallery, University of Akron, Ohio “Cityscapes”, ARCO, Project Booth selected by Christopher Miles, presented by Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, Madrid, Spain “Otis / LA, Nine Decades of Los Angeles Art”, Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA “Immodesty”, Another Year in LA, Los Angeles, CA, curated by Linda Day 2005 “Sculturra Liggera / Light Sculpture”, 503 Mulino, Vincenza, Italy, curated by Sim one Menegoi “COLA”, City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Award, Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA “Park Sounds”, Serpentine Gallery, London, UK, with Paul Panhuysen “EN/OF Editions”, Printed Matter, New York, NY “In the Abstract”, Angles Gallery, Santa Monica, CA “Percussion Music”, Solway Jones Gallery, Los Angeles, CA “Artists Select Artists”, Kustera Tilton Gallery, New York, NY “I10”, McClean Gallery, Houston, TX “je ne regrette rien”, Studio La Citta, Verona, Italy “Wordplay”, Julie Saul Gallery, New York, NY “In Resonance”, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA, curated by Fionn Meade and Robert Millis “sounds like drawing”, The Drawing Room, London, UK, curated by Anthony Huberman 2004 “Listen”, Pompidou Center, Paris, curated by Boris Tissot “Specific Objects: The Minimalist Influence”, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, La Jolla, CA, with Sol LeWitt, Dan Flavin, Carl Andre, Donald Judd, Agnes Martin, Robert Irwin, John McLaughlin, Byron Kim, Damían Ortega, and others, La Jolla, CA “Treble”, The Sculpture Center, New York, NY, curated by Regine Basha, with Francis Alys, Euan McDonald, Max Neuhaus, Dario Robleto, Mungo Thompson, Steven Vitiello and others) “Painting Now”, The Tang Teaching Museum at Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY “The Sound of Place / The Place of Sound”, Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Ketchum, ID “southwestNET: PHX/LA”, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale, AZ

2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1994 1993 1992

“audiolab 2”, Centre George Pompidou Museum, Paris, France “Painting by Letters”, Cirrus Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, curated by Eve Wood “Graphic Eloquence”, UTSA Satellite Space, San Antonio, Texas, 2-person show with Jeff Elrod, curated by Francis Colpitt “Before and After Sound”, e/Static Gallery, Torino, Italy “Transmission”, Harwood Art Center, Albuquerque, NM, curated by Steve Peters “Resonance 2”, Stadtgalerie, Saarbrucken, Germany “25th anniversary selections exhibition”, The Drawing Center,NY “New Works / New Spaces”, Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, CA, curated by Jay Belloli “Liminal Spaces”, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, New York, NY “LA Freewaves”, Mario’s Furniture, Los Angeles, CA, citywide media festival “In Between Outdoors”, MAK Center for Art & Architecture, Los Angeles, CA “Snapshot”, UCLA Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA & Miami MOCA, Miami, FL “Cross-Cuts”, Ben Maltz Gallery, Otis College of Art & Design, Los Angeles, CA “6 Degrees: Art in the Libraries”, Hollywood Regional Branch LA Public Library, LA, CA “Between Representation”, INMO Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, curated by Doug Harvey “Break Step”, INMO Gallery, Los Angeles, CA “En Red O”, Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona, Spain “Exquisitely Wrought”, The Brewery Project, Los Angeles, CA, curated by John O’Brien “The Other Side of Zero”, Video Positive Festival, Tate Gallery Liverpool, UK “Fall Selections 99”The Drawing Center, New York, NY “Motion Studies” Kunsthallen Brandts Klaedefabrik, Odense, Denmark “Sig Alert”, ASU Art Museum, Tempe, AZ, curated by John Spiak “Painting…”, Post, Los Angeles, CA, curated by Habib Khederyer “Sound”, Refusalon, San Francisco, CA, curated by Jennifer Hope Davy ISEA 98, various sites, Liverpool, UK “Open Container”, Refusalon, San Francisco, CA, curated by David Hunt “Viaggiatori”, Palazzo Dei Consoli, Gubbio, Italy The House Was Quiet…”, site specific installation, Senkoji Temple, Osaka, Japan “Sound Pictures”, Komaba Ryo Gallery, Tokyo University, Tokyo, Japan “Parallels”, Kunstalle Grassi-Museum, Leipzig, Germany “Allegorical Re/Visions”, Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, curated by Noel Karten & Ruth Weisberg “Tangles”, Otis College of Art & Design, Los Angeles, CA “Currents in Abstraction”, Ikon Ltd/Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA “Triennial Sofia ’96 Exhibition of Painting”, Art Gallery of the Union of Bulgarian Artists, Sofia, Bulgaria “Dal ‘Campo d’Obsservazione’ to ‘The Brewery’”, Palazio Ducale, Gubbio, Italy “Transtextualism”, Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Monica, CA “Far Bazzar”, The Brewery, Los Angeles, CA “Peculiar Paintings”, Woodbury College, Burbank, CA “Germinal Notations”, Food House, Santa Monica, CA “FAR Bazzar”, The Old Federal Reserve Building, Los Angeles, CA


SOUND PERFORMANCES, INSTALLATIONS AND FILM SCREENINGS 2009 Performance, “Sound at the Schindler House: Steve Roden & Climax Golden Twins”, MAK Center for Art and Architecture, West Hollywood, CA 2008 Performance, “Glow, Dusk-to-Dawn”, City of Santa Monica, Santa Monica, CA “18 Happenings in 6 Parts”, LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions), Hollywood, CA (director and performer of a re-invention of Allan Kaprow’s seminal 1969 work in conjunction with the MOCA Kaprow retrospective. With Michael Ned Holte, Simone Forti, Rae Shaolan-Blum, Flora Weigmann, Carol Stakenas, and Steve Irvin) “Collaborative Performance, Mammoth”, LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art), Los Angeles, CA 2007 Sound installation and discussion with Jeremy Strick, MOCA director, “Dark Over Light Earth”, MOCA Pacific Design Center, January 20 Performance, “Activating the Medium Festival”, Exploratorium, San Francisco, CA Screening, “everything else &/or nothing at all”, International Film Festival, Rotterdam, January 27, 29 Reading and Sound Performance, with Simone Forti and Anne Tardos, Beyond Baroque, Venice, CA 2006 Sound Performance, “Klang Aparatus”, Tesla, Berlin Germany Music Performance, “Tribute to the Life and Art of Nam June Paik at LACMA”, Bing Theatre, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, June 1 San Francisco Electronic Music Festival, San Francisco, CA 2005 Performance, “Sound Architecture”, Serpentine Gallery, London Installation, “Soundwalk 05”, sound festival various sites, Long Beach, CA “The Bells”, Otis Art Institute, Los Angeles, CA, live soundtrack to the silent film ‘the bells’ 2004 Performance, “Suite in Parochial”, Tang Teaching Museum, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY, Singuhr Horgalerie in Parochial, Berlin (live Collaboration w/ Frank Bretschneider) “Nest”, commissioned site specific sound installation in downtown Ketchum, ID (part of sound of place show) 2003 Performance and Film Screening, “KYTN”, Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee, Scotland Performance and Artist in residence, “Paesinae”, Theatre du Point Aveugle, Marseille, France Performance, “Possible Landscape”, MIT University, Boston, MA Performance, “Possible Landscape”, Bard College, New York, NY Performance, “house of waterproof paper”, 3 Nights of Fluxus, Otis Art Institute, Los Angeles, CA Performance, “Possible Landscape”, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, La Jolla, CA 2002 Performance, “Bell Forms”, Stadt Galerie, Saarbrucken, Germany Performance and Residency, Extrapool, Nijmegen, Holland Performance, “Off12”, Stadt Galerie, Saarbrucken, Germany 2001 Performance, “Flight Pattern”, Podewil, Berlin, Germany Performance, “Soundhouse”, MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Los Angeles,CA Performance, “12K/BipHop Festival”, Tonic, New York City, NY Film Screening, “Touch Tones”, Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, CA

1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1991

Performance, “Water Temple”, Centro Brasileiro Britânico,São Paulo, Brazil Performance, “Unfolding Resonance”, Hayward Gallery London, UK Film Screening and Performance, “Light Structures”, Cinema Nova, Brussels, Belgium Performance, “Interference”, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA Installation & Performance, “Heizlufter”, Sampling Rage Festival, Berlin, Germany Performance, “Helios Flying”, REV, ISEA 98, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, UK Installation with Doug Aitken, “Hysteria”, Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA Performance, “Soundwork”, Tokyo (Uplink), Osaka (Senkouji Temple), Matsuyama (Sound Gallery), Kobe (Kobe Design University) Performance, “Cloud Moving”, ICA (Institute of Contemporary Arts), London Performance, “Enclosures”, Festival Musique Ultimes’, Dijon, France Performance, “Ngattaugree”, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE), CA Performance, “Somnia”, Ducal Palace, Gubbio, Italy, with John O’Brien and Toti Marcadante Performance, “Communicating Vessels”, Interzone One: New Music Festival, Osaka, Japan Performance, “Asphalt Opera #9”, Zenko Temple, Osaka, Japan Performance, “Phonography”, LACE, Los Angeles, CA Performance, “Fireworks”, Fandango’s, Osaka; Sate Senin, Sayama; Theatre Poo, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan

BIBLIOGRAPHY 2009 Woodard, Josef, “Music review: Climax Golden Twins and Steve Roden at Schindler House”, Los Angeles Times, July 26 Newhall, Edith, “Galleries: Art finds a home in some hidden landmarks”, Philadelphia Inquirer, June 7 Green, Tyler, “Oranges & Sardines, MAN version: Steve Roden”, Modern Art Notes, February 12-13 Harvey, Doug, “Last Round: “At the Brewery Project: The Finale”, LA Weekly, January 14 “L.A. Paint”. Exhibition Catalogue, Oakland Museum of California “L.A. Now”, Exhibition Catalogue, Las Vegas Art Museum, Bright City Books 2008 “Between Thought and Sound”, Exhibition Catalogue, The Kitchen Wagley, Catherine, “Rack Room: Interview with Steve Roden”, ArtSlant, December Rapko, John, “’LA Paint’ at the Oakland Museum”, Artweek, Vol. 39, Issue 10, December Kelly, Danielle, “Now We’re Talkin’!”, Las Vegas Weekly, December 18 Dertnig, Carola, “Allan Kaprow: Art as Life”, X-tra Magazine, Vol. 11, No. 2, Winter Schad, Ed, “Steve Roden at Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects”, ArtReview, October Miles, Christopher, “Steve Roden at Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects”, Art Forum, October Harvey, Doug, “Steve Roden: Found in Translation”, THE magazine, September


2007 2006 2005

Wagley, Catherine, “Indulgent Paintings”, Art Slant, July “Weekend Roundup”, Modern Art Notes, June 30 Myers, Holly, “Steve Roden, an artist’s artist with considerable appeal”, Los Angeles Times, June 27 Kilston, Lyra, “Working Practice”, Modern Painters, February Harvey, Doug, “Some Paintings”, LA Weekly, January 9 Knight, Christopher, “Around the Galleries: Mark Flores at David Kordanksy Gallery”, Los Angeles Times, February 22 Marley, Brian, “George Brecht / A Christmas Play for Joseph Cornell”, The Wire, May Perez-Barreiro, Gabriel, “6a Biena do Mercosul – Zona Franca”, exhibition catalogue Taylor, Kate, “Seeing a Symphony on a Grid”, The New York Sun Santanna, Cristiano, “A Festa Das Artes”, Correio Do Povo, December 1 Hanor, Stephanie, “Soundwaves: The Art of Sampling”, exhibition catalog Loomis, Nicky, “Artwork to Your Ears”, Pasadena Star News, April 16 Licht, Alan, “Sound Art: Beyond Music, Between Categories”, Rizzoli International Publications, pp. 26-30, 286-287 Green, Kate, “Steve Roden and Stephen Vitiello”, Modern Painters, December 2007— January 2008 Knight, Christopher, “They Help Make the L.A. Scene”, Los Angeles Times, December 2 Larsson, Jorgen, “Sleppet, Grieg 07, Norway”, exhibition catalog Knight, Christopher, “45 Painters Under 45”, Los Angeles Times, December 2 Kubisch, Christina, “Best of 2006: Music”, Artforum, December Higgie, Jennifer, “The Grand Promenade”, Frieze, November/December, p. 174 Holte, Michael Ned, “Steve Roden: Sound, paintings, and process; Alexander Graham Bell, kites anda grandmother’s attic”, Frieze, November/December, p. 145 Lippens, Nate, “Roden Gives the Passage of Time An Amazing Aural Quality”, Seattle PI, September 29 Meade, Fionn, “Editor’s Choice: Art”, Bomb Magazine, Fall Meade, Fionn, “Sounding Architecture”, www.nyfa.com, August Pagel, David, “Found in Translation”, Los Angeles Times, March 17 Davies, Rhodri, “What Are You Doing with Your Music”, Blocks of Consciousness and the Unbroken Continuum, Sound 323, London, UK Isenberg, Barbara, Mark Greenfield, Meg Linton, Otis – LA, Nine Decades of Los Angeles Art, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, exhibition catalog Joyce, Julie, “(Keep Feeling) Fascination, Luckman Gallery”, exhibition brochure McCarthy, Anna, “Multimedia”, Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, March Dehò, Valerio, “Steve Roden Retrieved in Transmission”, show catalogue, Studio la Città, Verona Cesare, T. Nikki, “Between Thought and Sound: Graphic Notation in Contemporary Music”, Artforum, September Kafetsi, Anna, The Grand Promenade (exhibition catalogue), Hellenic Ministry of Culture and National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens, Greece Cascella, Daniela, “Presenze Sonore/ Sonic Presences”, Turin, Italy, CD catalogue essay Vitiello, Steven, “Music: Best of 2005”, Artforum, December Issue, pg. 74 (reproduction) Moliterni, Rocco, “Scultura”, La Stampa, Italy, Marzo 19, (reproduction)

2004 2003

Bieber, Susanneh, “Steve Roden Transmissions from Space”, Fresno Metropolitan Museum, exhibition brochure, 6 pages, [reproductions] Cassidy, Laura, “Surround Sound”, Seattle Weekly, August 31, pp: 23 – 29 Lippens, Nate, “Correspondence Courses”, The Stranger, Seattle WA, September 1, pp. 38 [reproduction] Graves, Jen, “Bumbershoot Art Exhibit Links Sights, Unmusical Sounds”, The News Tribune, Tacoma WA, September 4, pp. E4 Hackett, Regina, Art Review, Seattle Post Intelligencer, September 2, pp: 33 Menegoi, Simone, Sebatiano Barassi, Daniela Cascella, Light Sculpture/Scultura Leggera, exhibition catalog, 503 Mulino, Italy, 188 pages, [reproductions] Dr. Frauke von der Horst, Alan Nakagawa, Steve Roden, SoundWalk 2005, Flood, 16 page catalog & CD, includes the essay Active Listening by Steve Roden Richard Janku, Laura, “Steve Roden”, ArtUS, may/june, pp:24 – 25 [reproduction] AA Bronson, Joeg Heiser, “Guido de Werd”, EN/OF 001 - 030, Museum Kirhaus Kleve, Germany, 124 page, book & 3 X CD in slipcase Canty, Scott, COLA 2005, Catalogue, Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Dept., 88 pages [reproductions] Ned Holte, Michael, “Percussion Music”, Artforum.com, Picks, March Cox, Christoph, “On Time: The Loop and the Line”, exhibition essay Baker, Kenneth, “Quiet, Wry Photographic Visions are Serene Contrast to Nervy Outbursts of a Crackling Digital Mind”, San Francisco Chronicle, February 5, pp: E1, E10, [reproduction] Cox, Christoph, “Treble”, ArtForum, No.8, Pg.262, September Holte, Michael Ned, “Steve Roden - Susanne Vielmetter”, Los Angeles Critic’s Pick, ArtForum.com, July 17 Pagel, David, “A lively intellect that bucks the system”, Los Angeles Times, E27, July 23 Tolsano, Elizabeth, “Steve Roden”, FlashArt, August-September, p. 142 Bertola, Chiara, “Steve Roden”, Tema Celeste, no. 105, p. 135 Rogers, Michael, “When Art and Science Collide”, Caltech News, vol. 38 #3-4, p. 3 &12 ear(th), exhibition catalog with essays by Stephen Nowlin, AnnMarie Thomas, Mark Simons, Steve Roden, Art Center College of Design & City of Pasadena Cultural Affairs Dept. (audio cd included) Harvey, Doug, “Stranded - the connected lives of Steve Roden”, LA Weekly, April 30 - May 6 Frank, Peter, Art Pick of the Week, LA Weekly, July 31 Licht, Alan, “New York Sculpture Center”, WIRE, Issue 245, July O’Brien, John, “Activism isn’t a four letter word”, Art Scene, June, Vol. 23, No.10 Cox, Christoph, ArtForum, May, issue, pg. 70 Dugan, Dana, “The Sound of Art”, Sun Valley Express, March 17, USA, Section C Kofoed, Kristian, “The Sound of Art - A conversation with Steve Roden”, Artweek, October issue, pg 12 & 29 Cox, Christoph, “Return to Form”, ArtForum, November Wood, Eve, “Reviews”, Artweek, October The Surface of the Moon, Exhibition Brochure, Suyama Space, essays by Beth Sellars and Daniela Cascella


2002 2001

Knight, Christopher, “Smaller, more creative”, Los Angeles Times, December 21 Cutajar, Mario, “Painting by Letters”, ArtScene, November, Vol. 23, No. 3 Cox, Christoph, “Return to Form,”, ArtForum, November issue, pg. 67 Hall, Emily, The Stranger, Seattle, June 26 - July 2, Vol. 12, No. 41 LaBelle, Charles, “Steve Roden - Pomona College and Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects”, Frieze Magazine, May Schulz, Bernd, “Resonances - Aspects of Sound Art”, Catalog, Stadtgalerie Saarbruecken, Germany Cox, Christoph, “Case Sensitive”, feature article in WIRE, Issue 229, March, pg. 28-31 Kofoed, Kristina, “The Sound of Art”, Artweek, October, pp 12 & 29 Sasaki, Atsushi, “Defining the Boundaries of/in Sound Art”, BT Monthly Art Magazine, Vol. 55, no, 833, April Knight, Christopher, “Encoded Creations (Steve Roden at Pomona College Mu seum and at Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects”, Los Angeles Times, January 27 “Steve Roden - the another silent green world”, exhibition catalog, Pomona College Museum of Art Frank, Peter, Art Pick of the Week, LA Weekly, January 24 – 30 Raphael, Michael, “Microsound”, Studio 360, February 7 (radio program) Guido Curto, Steve Roden e/Static, Flash Art, Oct./Nov., Italy Chiara Bertola, Steve Roden e/Static, Tema Celeste, Sept., Italy Uhrmacher, Stefan, “Abfahrt fur den Atonal Express”, Saarbrucker Zeitung, September 16 Graf, Sabine, “Was Den Ohren Kostbar Wird”, Saarbrucker Zeitung, September 16 Some Reconstructions of Wandering and Inner Space, Exhibition Catalog, Santa Barbara, CAF, Essays by Meg Linton & Christoph Cox., Santa Barbara, CA Harvey, Doug, “Chaos Theory ...”, LA Weekly, June 7 – 13 Fredericksen, Eric, “Art of Noise” Architecture Magazine, May BT Monthly Art Magazine, Vol. 54, no. 821, June, Japan Welles, Eleanor, “Steve Roden”, ArtScene, May, CA Kundrotas, Robertas, “Asmuo”, Tango, September Von Zweck, Philip, “Resynthesis”, Chicago Art Institute, exhibition brochure Snapshot, Exhibition Catalog, UCLA Hammer Museum, CA

Greenwald, Louanne, “In Between Art & Architecture”, Exhibition Catalog, Mak Center for Art & Architecture, CA Pagel, David, “Down to Earth & Eye Catching”, LA Times, Oct. 16 Dambrot, Shana Nys, “Snapshot”, Tema Celeste, Oct., Italy Frank, Peter, “Art Pick of the Week”, LA Weekly, November 2-8 Chen, Aric, “How Many Inches”, Surface Magazine, Spring, USA Doug Harvey, Multiple Exposures, LA Weekly, June 22 – 28 Periera, Rogelio, “Interview with Steve Roden”, Hurly Burly, January

2000

Inland Specific, Exhibition Catalog, Armory Center for the Arts, CA Harvey, Doug, “Godawfulism”, LA Weekly, Vol. 22, #51 Hill, S. Arden, “Steve Roden”, Stylus, June Boyer, Denis, “Steve Roden/In Between Noise”, Fear Drop, #7/ Spring

1999

Cascella, Daniella, Costelazioni Sonore, Artel Contemporanei, no. 2, Italy Drawing Papers I, The Drawing Center, NY, exhibition catalog Bell, J. Bowyer, “Exhibitions”, Review, NY, Obctober Harvey, Doug, “Holiday Trimming”, LA Weekly, December 24-30

1998 1997

Goldsmith, Kenneth, “Chair, Lamp, Splint”, NY Press, volume 12, no. 36 Young, Rob, “Of Architecture & the Ear”, The Wire, Oct., London, UK Steve Roden & Brandon Labelle editors, Site Of Sound, Smart Art Press / Errant bodies, Los Angeles, CA Stallings, Tyler, “Review”, Zing Magazine, Summer Gershman, Gil, “Sound & Vision”, I/E Magazine, Jan/Feb Frank, Peter, “Art Pick of the Week”, LA Weekly, Feb 20-26 Harvey, Doug, “Steve Roden”, Art Issues, Jan., No. 51 Pinset, Ed, “Into the Art Gallery”, The Sound Projector, #3, UK Smith, Bradley, “The Billboard Guide to Progressive Music”, Billboard Publications, USA Translations & Articulations, Exhibition Catalog, Griffin Contemporary Exhibitions, essays by Christopher Miles, B. Labelle, & Steve Roden

GRANTS AND AWARDS 2008 2005 2004 2003 2001

California Community Foundation Getty Fellowship Nimoy Artist in Residency Grant, San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA City of Los Angeles COLA Award City of Pasadena Individual Artist Grant California Arts Council Grant in Visual Arts Engine 27, New York, NY, grant and residency Durfee Foundation Grant

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