b. New York, NY 1966
Lives and works Brooklyn, NY
SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
Natura naturans, with Meg Webster, Villa Panza, Varese, Italy
Articulated Confusion: The Drawings of Roxy Paine, Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park, Grand Rapids, MI
Denuded Lens, Marianne Boesky, New York, NY
Apparatus, Kavi Gupta | ELIZABETH ST
Roxy Paine: Scumaks and Dendroids, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO
Roxy Paine, Distillation, James Cohan Gallery, New York, NY
Roxy Paine, WANAS Foundation, Knislinge, Sweden
Roxy Paine: Dendroid Drawings and Maquettes, James Cohan Gallery, New York, NY
Roxy Paine on the Roof: Maelstrom, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
Roxy Paine: SCUMAKS, James Cohan Gallery, New York, NY
Roxy Paine, Madison Square Park, New York, NY
Roxy Paine: PMU, curated by Bruce Guenther, Portland Museum of Art, Portland, OR, February 25 – May 28, 2006
Roxy Paine: New Work, James Cohan Gallery, New York, January 14 – February 25, 2004
Defunct, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO
James Cohan Gallery, New York, November 8-December 22, 2002
Scumaks, Bernard Toale Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts
Roxy Paine: Second Nature, co-curated by Joseph Ketner and Lynn Herbert, Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA. Traveled to Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX; SITE Santa Fe, New Mexico; De Pont Foundation for Contemporary Art, Tilburg, Netherlands (April 2002 through January 2004)
Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, FL, November 11, 2001-January 27, 2002
Grand Arts, Kansas City, MO, June 29-August 11, 2001
Christopher Grimes Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, May 26-June 30, 2001
James Cohan Gallery, New York, April 5-May 5, 2001
Galerie Thomas Schulte, Berlin, Germany, February 13-April 20, 2001
Roger Bjorkholmen Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden, February 26-March 31, 1999
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY, January 9-February 13, 1999
Musee D’Art Americain Giverny, Giverny, France, June 1-November 15, 1998; traveled to Lunds Kunsthall, Lund, Sweden, March 6-April 18, 1999
Renate Schroder Galerie, Koln, Germany, April 24-June 6, 1998
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY, March 15-April 26, 1997
Temple Gallery, Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, September 5-October 11, 1997
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY, April 29-June 3, 1995
Herron Test-Site, Brooklyn, NY, October 9-November 8, 1992
Horns, The Knitting Factory, New York, NY, December 3-31, 1991
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Spaced Out: Migration to the Interior, curated by Phong Bui and The Rail Projects, Red Bull Studios, New York, NY
Bloodflames Revisited, curated by Phong Bui, Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NY
The Hidden Passengers, organized by Avi Lubin, apexart, New York, NY
Pace Gems: Selections from the Linda Pace Foundation Permanent Collection, The Linda Pace Foundation, San Antonion, TX
Graphicstudio: Uncommon Practice at USF, Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL
Selection of Artworks from the Cleve Carney Collection, Cleve Carney Art Gallery, Glen Ellyn, IL
Out of Hand: Materializing the Postdigital, Museum of Art and Design, New York, NY
Lifelike, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN
Color in Flux, Westerburg Museuum fur modern Kunst, Bermen, Germany
Nod Nod Wink Wink: Conceptual Art in New Mexico and Its Influences, The Harwood Museum of Art, Taos, NM
The Secret Life of Trees, Monica de Cardenas Galleria, Zuoz, Switzerland
Out of the Woods, Leslie Tonkonow, New York, NY
17th Biennale of Sydney: The Beauty of Distance: Songs of Survival in a Precarious Age, Sydney, Australia
Reflection, Refraction, Reconfiguration: Mediated Images from the Collection of Polly and Mark Addison, University Art Museum, Colorado State University, CO
Remote Proximity: Nature in Contemporary Art, Kunstmuseum Bonn, Germany
The Rose at Brandeis: Works From the Collection, The Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
Bending Nature, Franklin Park Conservatory, Columbus, OH Bizarre Perfection, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel
Freedom: Den Haag Sculptur 2008, The Hague, The Netherlands
Public Art Projects: Art Basel 39, Basel, Switzerland
Paragons: New Abstraction from the Albright-Knox Gallery, Doris McCarthy Gallery, University of Toronto Scarborough, Toronto, Ontario
Delicatessen, Florida Atlantic University Dorothy F. Schmidt Center Gallery, Boca Raton, Florida
Art Machines/Machine Art, Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, Germany; traveling to Museum Tinguely, Basel, Switzerland (through July 2008)
Molecules that Matter, Tang Teaching Museum, Saratoga Springs, NY; traveling to the Chemical Heritage Foundation, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and the College of Wooster Art Museum, Wooster, Ohio (through May 2009)
The Outdoor Gallery: 40 Years of Public Art in New York City Parks; The Arsenal Gallery in Central Park, New York, NY
Drawings from the Collection of Martina Yamin, Davis Museum and Cultural Center, Wellesley College, MA
Recent Acquisitions, Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal, Montreal, Canada (Oct. 28, 2006 - March 25, 2007)
Meditations in an Emergency, MOCAD, Detroit, Michigan (Oct. 28, 2006 - April 29, 2007)
A Brighter Day, James Cohan Gallery, New York, NY 2006
Garden Paradise, curated by Lacy Davisson Doyle and Clare Weiss, The Arsenal Gallery in Central Park, New York, NY
American Academy Invitational Exhibition of Painting & Sculpture, The American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, NY (March 7 – April 9, 2006)
Uneasy Nature, curated by Xandra Eden, Weatherspoon Art Museum, The University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC, February 18 – May 28, 2006
Ecstasy: In and About Altered States, organized by Paul Schimmel with Gloria Sutton, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA (catalogue)
The Empire of Sighs, Numark Gallery, Washington D.C.
Extreme Abstraction, Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY
Sculpture, James Cohan Gallery, New York, NY
Flower Myth. Vincent van Gogh to Jeff Koons, Fondation Beyeler, Riehen/Basel, Switzerland
MATERIAL TERRAIN: A Sculptural Exploration of Landscape and Place, curated by Carla Hanzal, commissioned by Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis, MO. Traveling to Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History, Santa Cruz, CA; University of Arizona Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ; Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis, TN; Cheekwood Museum of Art, Nashville, TN; Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL (February 2005 through December 2007) (catalogue)
PILLish: Harsh Realities and Gorgeous Destinations, curated by Cydney Payton, Museum of Contemporary Art/Denver, CO (through January 2, 2005)
Paintings That Paint Themselves, or so it seems, Kresge Art Museum, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
The Flower as Image, Louisiana Museum for Moderne Kunst, Humlebæk, Denmark
Summer Show, James Cohan Gallery, New York, NY
Between The Lines, James Cohan Gallery, New York, NY
Natural Histories: Realism Revisited, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale, AZ, May 29- September 12, 2004
Work Ethic, Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland, October 12, 2003-January 11, 2004; and at the Des Moines Center for the Arts, May 15-August 1, 2004
UnNaturally, organized by Independent Curators International (iCI), curated by Mary-Kay Lombino. Traveled to Contemporary Art Museum, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL; H & R Block Artspace at the Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO; Fisher Gallery, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA; Copia: The American Center for Wine, Food and the Arts, Napa, CA; Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL (January 2003 through November 2004) (catalogue)
The Great Drawing Show 1550-2003 A.D, Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles, April 12-May 31, 2003
Decade, Schroeder Romero, Brooklyn, New York, April 11-May 19, 2003
Early Acclaim: Emerging Artist Award Recipients 1997-2001, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut, September 22-December 31, 2002
The Whitney Biennial in Central Park, curated by Tom Eccles, organized by the Public Art Fund, New York in collaboration with The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
Painting Matter, James Cohan Gallery, New York, May 3-June 15, 2002
2001 Brooklyn!, Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, September 4-November 25, 2001
Arte y Naturaleza, Montenmedio Arte Contemporaneo (NMAC), Outdoor Sculpture Garden, Cadiz, Spain, June 2- October 2, 2001 (catalogue)
Present Tense 6, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel, May-December 2001
01.01.01: Art in Technological Times, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, March 3-July 8, 2001 Waterworks: U.S. Akvarell 2001, curated by Kim Levin, Nordiska
Akvarellmuseet, Skarhamn, Sweden, May 19–September 2, 2001 (catalogue) All-Terrain, Contemporary Art Center of Virginia, Virginia Beach, VA, February 22-April 29, 2001
A Contemporary Cabinet of Curiosities – Selections from the Vicki and Kent Logan Collection, California College of Arts and Crafts, January 17–March 3, 2001
Give and Take, Serpentine Gallery in collaboration with the Victoria and Albert Museum, January 30- April 1, 2001
Making the Making, Apex Art, New York, January 5-February 3, 2001
From a Distance: Approaching Landscape, curated by Jessica Morgan, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, July 19-October 8, 2000
WILDflowers, Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, NY, July 18–October 3, 2000
Working in Brooklyn: Beyond Technology, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY, July 1-September 12, 2000
5th Lyon Biennale of Contemporary Art: Sharing Exoticism, Lyon Biennale, Lyon, France, June 27- September 24, 2000
Vision Ruhr, Dortmund Coal Factory, Dortmund, Germany, May 11-August 20, 2000
The Greenhouse Effect, Serpentine Gallery, London, April 4-May 21, 2000
Sites Around the City: Art and Environment, curated by Heather Sealy Lineberry, Arizona State University Art Museum, Tempe, AZ, March 4-June 4, 2000
Greater New York: New Art in New York Now, P.S.1 Contemporary Arts Center in collaboration with The Museum of Modern Art, February 27-April 16, 2000
Visionary Landscape, Christopher Grimes Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, January 8- February 19, 2000 The End, Exit Art/The First World, New York, January 29-April 8, 2000
As Far As the Eye Can See, Atlanta College of Art Gallery, Atlanta, GA, January 29-March 7, 2000 (catalogue)
Best of the Season: Selected Work from the 1998-99 Gallery Season, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT, September 26–January 9, 1999
Interlacings: The Craft of Contemporary Art, Whitney Museum of American Art at Champion, Stamford, CT, September 10-November 21, 1998
22/21, Emily Lowe Gallery/ Hofstra Museum, Hempstead, NY, September 8- October 25, 1998
Elise Goodheart Fine Art, Sag Harbor, NY, July 24-August 16, 1998
DNA Gallery, Provincetown, MA, July 17-August 5, 1998
Nine International Artists at Wanas 1998, Wanas Foundation, Knislinge, Sweden, May 24- Oct 18, 1998
Landscapes, Meyerson & Nowinski, Seattle, WA, January 8-March 1, 1998
Redefinitions, A View From Brooklyn, California State University, Fullerton, CA, November 9-December 11, 1997
Sculpture, James Graham & Sons, New York, NY, July 10-August 29, 1997
Summer of Love, Fotouhi Cramer Gallery, New York, NY, July 2-August 2, 1997
Artists Respond to 2001: Space Odyssey, Williamsburg Art and Historical Society, Brooklyn, NY, June 21-July 26, 1997
Benefit for Pat Hearn, Morris-Healy Gallery, New York, NY, February 26-March 9, 1997
9 to 5 at Metrotech: The Public Art Fund, Brooklyn, NY, October 30, 1997-May 31, 1997
Best of the Season 1996-97, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT, September 14- January 4, 1997 (catalogue)
Current Undercurrent: Working in Brooklyn, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY, July 25, 1997- January 25, 1998
Imaginary Beings, Exit Art/The First World, New York, NY, December 2-January 27, 1996
Art on Paper, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, The University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC, November 12 - January 21, 1996 (catalogue)
Human/Nature, The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NY, April 20-May 18, 1996
Better Living Through Chemistry, Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago, IL, March-April 1996
Inside Out, Momenta Art, Brooklyn, NY, September 15-October 7, 1996
Currents in Contemporary Art, Christie’s East, New York, July 22-July 31, 1996
Inside: The Work of Art, California Center for the Arts, Escondido, CA, June 16-October 13, 1996
Wish You Were Here, Bronwyn Keenan Gallery, New York, NY, March 1-30, 1996
New York State Biennial, New York State Museum Albany, NY, February 8-May 26, 1996
NY Withdrawing, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, January 13-February 17, 1996
Multiples, Pierogi 2000, Brooklyn, NY, December 2, 1995-January 15, 1996
Lookin’ Good-Feelin’, 450 Broadway Gallery, New York, NY, December 5- December 9, 1995
Red Windows: Benefit for the Little Red School House, Barney’s Windows, New York, NY, November– December 1994
Spring Benefit, Sculpture Center, New York, NY, April 19, 1994
Garden of Sculptural Delights, Exit Art/The First World, New York, NY, March 2-April 23, 1994
￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼Free Falling, Berlin Shafir Gallery, New York, NY, January 22-February 19, 1994
UNTITLED (14), Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, NY, November 13- December 23, 1993
INFLUX, Gallery 400, Chicago, IL, November 3-December 4, 1993
4 Walls Benefit, David Zwirner Gallery, New York, NY, November 1993
Fantastic Wanderings, Cummings Art Center, New London, CT, October 9- November 10, 1993
Extracts, Islip Art Museum, Islip, NY, August 8-September 19, 1993
Popular Mechanics, Real Art Ways, Hartford Ct, June 19-July 16, 1993
Outside Possibilities ‘93, The Rushmore Festival at Woodbury, NY, June 5- July 4, 1993
The Nature of the Machine, Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, IL, April 3-May 30, 1993 (catalogue)
Out of Town: the Williamsburg Paradigm, Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois, Champaign, IL, January 22-February 28, 1993 (catalogue)
Fever, Exit Art, New York, NY, December 14, 1992-February 6, 1993
Group, Jimenez-Algus Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, September 13-October 13, 1991
Entropy, Generator 547, New York, NY, August 2-September, 5, 1991
Tweeking the Human, Brand Name Damages and Minor Injury Galleries, Brooklyn, NY, June 7-31, 1991
The Ego Show, Minor Injury, Brooklyn, NY, April 5-May 2, 1991
Desire and Deception, Brand Name Damages, Brooklyn, NY, October 9-21, 1990
Group Show, Ridge Street Gallery, New York, NY, September 3-26, 1990
Roxy Paine & David Fasoldt, Brand Name Damages, Brooklyn, NY, March 29- April 16, 1990
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship
Trustees Award for an Emerging Artist, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT
Labaco, Ronald T., Out of Hand: Materializing the Postdigital. Exh. cat. Museum of Art amd Design, 2013
Celebrating the American Spirit: Masterworks from Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, ed.
Christopher B. Crosman, Manchester and New York: Hudson Hills Press, 2011.
Fensom, Sarah E., Indoor/Outdoor: The Nelson-Atkins Museum Serves Up the Work of Sculptor Roxy Paine Two Ways, Art & Antiques, June 2011.
Frankel, David. Roxy Paine: James Cohan Gallery. Artforum February 2011.
Adolph, Volker. Ferne Nahe: Natur in der Kunst der Gegenwart (Remote Proximity: Nature in Contemporary Art), Exh. cat., Kunstmuseum Bonn, 2009
Heartney, Eleanor, Roxy Paine, New York: Prestel Publishing, 2009
Richer, Francesa and Matthew Rosenzweig. No. 1: First Works by 362 Artists. New York: DAP, 2006 A Brighter Day, James Cohan Gallery, New York, NY exh. cat.
Beverly Penn: Weeds, Exh. cat., El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso, TX, pg. 22
Mark, Lisa, ed. Ecstasy: In and About Altered States (exhibition catalogue). The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA, 2005. Essays by Carolyn Christov- Bakargiev, Diedrich Diedrichsen, Chrissie Iles, Lars Bang Larsen, Midori Matsui, and Paul Schimmel.
Skov Holt, Steven and Mara Holt Skov. Blobjects & Beyond. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 2005.
Essays by Steven Skov Holt, Phil Patton, Mara Holt Skov, and Bruce Sterling. 2005 Siegel, Katy and Paul Mattik. Art Works: Money. London: Thames and Hudson, 2005.
Flower Myth. Vincent van Gogh to Jeff Koons (catalogue). Riehen/Basel: Fondation Beyeler, 2005.
Texts by Ernst Beyeler Christoph Vitali, Robert Kopp, Philippe Büttner and Ulf Küster. 2005
Robertson, Jean and Craig McDaniel. Themes of Contemporary Art: Visual Art After 1980. New York: Oxford University Press, 2005.
The Flower as Image. Exhibition catalogue, text by Poul Erik Tøjner and Ernst Jonas Bencard. Louisiana Museum for Moderne Kunst, Humlebæk, Denmark, 2004.
Some Trees. Amsterdam: Paul Andriesse, 2004. From the exhibition at The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin.
Roxy Paine/ Bluff. New York: The Public Art Fund, 2004, introduction text by Susan K. Freedman And Tom Eccles.
Wanås Historia. Knislinge: The Wånas Foundation, 2004, introduction text by Marika Wachtmeister.
Open House: Working in Brooklyn. Exhibition catalogue, introduction by Charlotta Kotik and Tumelo Mosaka, The Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, 2004.
Plop: Recent Projects of the Public Art Fund. New York: The Public Art Fund and Merrell, edited and written by Tom Eccles, Anne Wehr and Jeffrey Kastner.
Intricacy, A Project by Greg Lynn FORM. Exhibition catalogue, essays by Greg Lynn and introduction by Claudia Gould, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, 2003.
Siegel, Katy and Paul Mattik. Art and Money. London and New York: Thames & Hudson, 2003. Work Ethic, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2003. From exhibition at the Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore and at the Des Moines Center for the Arts.
UnNaturally, Independent Curators International, New York, texts by and curated by Mary- Kay Lombino.
Roxy Paine: Second Nature. Houston: Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, 2002. Texts by Lynn Herbert, Joseph Ketner, and Gregory Volk.
Arte y naturaleza: Montenmedio Arte Contemporaneo. Exhibition catalogue, Fundación NMAC, Cádiz, Spain, 2001. Preface by Magda Bellotti, essay by Marika Wachtmeister.
Waterworks: U.S. Akvarell 2001. Exhibition catalogue, Nordiska Akvarellmuseet, Skarhamn, Sweden, 2001. Foreword by Berndt Arell, introduction by Kim Levin.
Konsten pa Wanas/Art at Wanas, introduction text by Marika Wachtmeister, published Byggforlaget.
01.01.01: Art in Technological Times. San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art., 2001.
Rothkopf, Scott. Roxy Paine. New York: James Cohan Gallery, 2001.
A Contemporary Cabinet of Curiosities – Selections from the Vicki and Kent Logan Collection, San Francisco: California College of Arts and Crafts.
Sites Around the City: Art and Environment, Arizona State University Art Museum, texts by Heather Sealy Lineberry, Ronald Jones, Curator Heather Sealy Lindberry.
Art Since 1940: Strategies of Being. Fineberg, Jonathan, Second Edition, New York, NY: Harry Abrams.
As Far As the Eye Can See. Atlanta, GA: Atlanta College of Art Gallery.
In Vitro landscape. Koln, Germany: Buchandlung Walther Koenig, 1999.
Hempstead, Robert Morgan. 22/21. New York: Hofstra University, 1998.
Wanas 1998. Essay by Rober Storr. Klisline, Sweden: The Wanas Foundation
Best of the Season: Selected Works from 1996-97 Gallery Exhibitions, Ridgefield, CT: The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, 1997.
Redefinitions: A View from Brooklyn. Essays by Annie Herron and Matt Freedman, Fullerton, CA: Departmental Association Council and Associated Students 1995
Fineberg, Jonathan. Art Since 1940: Strategies of Being. New Jersey: Prentice Hall Press, 1995. Kocheiser, Tom. Art on Paper. Greensboro, NC: Weatherspoon Art Gallery, The University of North Carolina, 1995.
Out of Town: the Williamsburg Paradigm. Champaign, IL: Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois The Nature of the Machine. Chicago: Chicago Cultural Center, 1993.
Lewin, Amy. “How to make outrageously complicated creations in wood.” It’s Nice That, September 11, 2014
Merrill, Lizanne. “Roxy Paine at the Marianne Boesky Gallery.” ArtLyst, September 09, 2014
Gauss, Daniel. “Visibility is a trap: Sculptures by Roxy Paine at Marianne Boesky Gallery.” Arte Fuse, September 08, 2014
Keh, Pei-Ru. “Denuded Lens: Roxy Paine creates a life-size airport security checkpoint diorama for a New York show.” Wallpaper, September 05
Corwin, Will. “In Conversation: ROXY PAINE with Will Corwin.” The Brooklyn Rail, September 04
Boucher, Brian. “The Art of the Diorama: Roxy Paine’s Security Theater.” Art in America, September 04
““Denuded Lens” by Roxy Paine at the Marianne Boesky Gallery.” Art Media Agency, September 04
Logan, Liz. “Roxy Paine Creates TSA Checkpoint in Wood.” ARTnews, September 02, 2014
Magdaleno, Johnny. “Things to Do This Week: New Nick Cave Sculptures, a History of High Heels and More from the Cultural Calendar.” New York Times Style Magazine, September 01, 2014
Johnson, Ken. “Phong Bui Curates ‘Bloodflames Revisited’.” The New York Times, August 07, 2014
Norman, Lee Ann. “Burning Inside: Passion, Politics, and Disruption at Paul Kasmin.” Artcritical, August 07, 2014
Fouty, Ann L. “Meijer’s sculptured acres.” Grosse Pointe News, August 06, 2014
“Gerald Peters Gallery opens new gallery space, Peters Projects, in Santa Fe”, Artdaily.org, July 18, 2014
Cooper, Ashton. “Phong Bui Talks Curating at Kasmin and His First Exhibition Since “Surviving Sandy”.” Blouin Artinfo, June 26, 2014
Swider, Olivia. “Top Exhibitions Opening This Week in New York (June 23 - 29).” Whitewall, June 24, 2014
Mickleburgh, Elliott. “Book Review: Out of Hand: Materializing the Postdigital.” Art In Print, May/June Issue 2014
Gottlieb, Gabriel. “Association for Public Art Unveils “Symbiosis” on the Parkway.” Philly Living, June 12, 2014
Jenkins, Kristina. “The Association For Public Art Debuts Symbiosis, A Monumental New Piece In Philadelphia’s Public Art Collection, This Friday, June 6.” Uwishunu, June 03, 2014
Byrnes, Mark. “The Architectural Relics of World’s Fairs.” Citylab, May 30, 2014
Sutton, Benjamin. “Phong Bui and Paul Kasmin Revisit Historic “Bloodflames” Show.” Artnet, May 27, 2014
Russeth, Adnrew. “9 Things to Do in New York’s Art World Before May 23 (Excerpt).” Gallerist NY, May 19, 2014
Cascone, Sarah. “A Tree Grows in Philly: Roxy Paine’s New Public Art.” Artnet, May 19, 2014
Baginski, Laura. “Art Basel: Time Out International Picks.” Timeout Hong Kong, May 14, 2014
Johnson, Ken and Schwendener, Martha. “Strolling an Island of Creativity.” The New York Times, May 09, 2014
Thorson, Alice. “Q+A | Ron Labaco, Museum of Art and Design, New York.” The Kansas City Star, April 18, 2014
Vanhemert, Kyle. “A Life-Size Model of a Fast-Food Joint, Made Entirely of Wood.” Wired Magazine, February 28, 2014
“Wonderful Wooden Work.” February 25, 2014
Peterson, Hayley. “This Fast Food Restaurant Is Carved Entirely Out Of Wood.” Februrary 22, 2014
Peters, Adele. “An Incredibly Detailed Wood Replica Of A Fast Food Joint To Make You Question Fast Food.” Fast Company, February 14, 2014
Sumitra, “Artist Carves Incredibly Accurate Fast-Food Kitchen Exclusively Out of Wood.” Oddity Central, February 11, 2014
Simcik, Cameron. “This Fast Food Kitchen is Made Entirely Out of Wood.” Foodbeast, February 10, 2014
Walker, Daniela. “Room carved from Wood Reveals the Beauty of Fast Food Design.” PSFK, February 10, 2014
Durso, Chris. “A Full-Size Fast Food Kitchen Carved Entirely From Wood.” Foodiggity, February 07, 2014
“Carcass by Roxy Paine.” The Grid, February 06, 2014
Klausner, Alexandra. “Artist life-size creates replica of a fast food kitchen for gallery installation.” The Daily Mail, February 05, 2014
Diaz, Jesus. “Someone made a full scale burger kitchen entirely carved in wood.” Sploid, February 05, 2014
“Control Room by Roxy Paine,” Juxtapoz, February 05, 2014
Jobson, Christopher. “Carcass: A Scale Replica of a Fast Food Kitchen Carved Entirely from Wood by Roxy Paine.” Colossal, February 05, 2014
“Деревянный «Каркас» («Carcass») помещения за стеклом. Новая диорама Рокси Пейна (Roxy Paine)” Kulturologia, February 05, 2014
“Roxy Paine.” Artnau, February 05, 2014
Kaczmarczyk, Jeffrey. “Meijer Gardens unveils work never seen before: Prints and drawings by sculptors.” Mlive.com, January 30, 2014
“Control Room by Roxy Paine.” Ignant, January 30, 2014
Zhong, Fan. "Unidentified Art Objects." Wmagazine, January 29, 2014
Creahan, D. “Chicago – Roxy Paine: “Apparatus” at Kavi Gupta Gallery Through February 1st, 2014” Art Observed, January 23, 2014
“Meijer Garden’s Winter Exhibition Features Never Before Seen Drawings and Prints” PR Web, January 16, 2014
Prentnieks, Anne. “Critic’s Picks: Roxy Paine.” Artforum, December 12, 2013
Hruska, Jordan. “Systems Analyst.” Art Basel Miami Beach Magazine, December 2013
Welsh, Brienne. “Roxy Paine Apparatus.” ArtReview, December 2013
Wilkes, Rob. “Into the Void: Roxy Paine’s desolate dioramas reflect on functionality and obsolescence.” We Heart, November 05, 2013
Miller, Rachel. “New York Sculptor and Art Critic Visit Baylor’s Allbritton Art Institute.” Baylor, November 01, 2013
Harris, Taylor. “Jigging for a Cause.” Women’s Wear Daily, October 31, 2013
Remsen, Nick. “Little Italy: Dolce & Gabbana Rally Behind Artwalk NY.” Style.com, October 30, 2013
Rosenberg, Karen. "Excursions in a Digitally Fabricated Landscape." The New York Times, October 25, 2013
Garkavenko, Alex. “Let’s Be Honest: Technology is Just Another Form of Craft.” Architizer, October 23, 2013
Morais, Betsy. “A Mad, Mad Science Fair.” The New Yorker, October 23, 2013
Dluzen, Robert. "Roxy Paine." Visual Art Source, October 19, 2013
Mueller, Andreas. "Chicago: Apparatus." Superfuture, October 18, 2013
“Out of Hand Exhibition Opens Today at Museum of Arts & Design.” Broadway World, October 15, 2013
Wolgamott, L. Kent. “Sheldon Exhibition ‘It’s Surreal Thing,’ is Strange Fun.” The Journal Star, October 12, 2013
Smith, Roberta. “What Has All This Done to Us?” The New York Times, October 11, 2013
Foumberg, Jason. “The Top 10 Art Gallery Exhibits in Chicago This Month.” ChicagoMag, October 08, 2013.
Millar, Leslie. “A Donor’s Perspective of EXPO Chicago.” Blog@KMAC, September 25, 2013.
Boucher, Brian. “Strong Sophomore Outing for EXPO.” Art in America, September 23, 2013.
Chou, Kimberly. "Brooklyn Art is Now Served," The Wall Street Journal, April 26, 2013.
Siese, April. “110 Ft. Sculpture Approved For Yerba Buena Central Subway Station,” The San Francisco Appeal, April 03, 2013.
“Sculpture by renowned artist Roxy Paine coming to San Francisco,” Art Daily, April 02, 2013
Keeling, Brock. “Dramatic Roxy Paine Sculpture Coming To 4th Street Central Subway Station,” SFist, April 02, 2013.
Patterson, Kate. “Sculpture by Renowned Artist Roxy Paine Coming to San Francisco,” Blouin Art Info, April 02, 2013
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Thorson, Alice, “Bloch Building branches out with ‘Dendroids’ and ‘Scumak,’” The Kansas City Star, February 19, 2011.
Belcove, Julie, “Working Practice: Roxy Paine,” Introspective Magazine, August 2011 2010 Korek, Bettina, “Ed Schad on Roxy Paine’s Erratic: The Newest Addition to the Beverly Hills Public Art Collection,” The Huffington Post, June 4, 2010.
Fortescue, Elizabeth, “Two-tonne nerve centre of Biennale,” The Daily Telegraph, April 28, 2010
Fulton, Sam, “Cockatoo Island proves the star of the Bienniale,” The Sydney Morning Herald, August 4, 2010
“Welt im Stahlgewitter,” A&W Architektur & Wohnen, December 2009/January 2010 Sheets, Hilarie, “Man of Steel,” New York Times, October 13, 2010
“Roxy Paine Makes New “Dendroid” for National Gallery of Art; Slated for Fall 2009 Installation in Sculpture Garden,” ArtDaily.org, June 3, 2009
“Metro Briefs” The Washington Times, June 3, 2009
“National Gallery commissions Paine for sculpture” Examiner.com, June 2, 2009
Seigel, Miranda, “The Annotated Artwork ‘Maelstrom’,” New York Magazine, April 26,
“Roxy Paine instala un árbol gigante de metal en la azotea del Metropolitan,” El Nacional, April 29,
“Medium Cool,” Time Out New York, April 23-29, 2009
Johnson, Ken, “Even High Atop a Roof It Reaches for the Sky,” The New York Times, April 24, 2009 “Goings on About Town,” The New Yorker, April 20, 2009
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