artists

Nina Canell

mother’s exhibitions:
Nina Canell
O Little Drops
24 April – 1 June 2013

Nina Canell
Slight Heat of the Eyelid
27 February – 6 April 2008

Nina Canell
We woke up with energy
2 – 28 January 2006

exhibitions:
Mirrored
Siri Aurdal, Nina Canell, Charlotte Johannesson, Jumana Manna, Pasi “Sleeping” Myllymäki, Mika Taanila
Nordic Pavilion at the 57th International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia 2017
13 May – 26 November 2017

Nina Canell
Shedding Sheaths
Unlimited | Art 47 Basel 2016

The Mud of Compound Experience
aaajiao, Uri Aran, Chen Wei, Nina Canell, Lee Kit, Li Qing, Liu Chuang, Liu Shiyuan, Mairead O’hEocha
mother’s tankstation in collaboration with Leo Xu Projects
98 Apliu Street, Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong
21 March – 27 March 2016

Nina Canell
Soon You Will Have Forgotten All Things, And Soon All Things Will Have Forgotten You
Art Statements | Art 40 Basel 2009

Born 1979, Växjö, Sweden
Lives and works in Berlin

Education

2005 BA Fine Art (1st class), Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin

Solo Exhibitions

2018
Kunstmuseum St.Gallen, St.Gallen
2017
Polyethylene-Insulated Smear, Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo
Viscosity, The Artist’s Institute, New York
Dolphin Dandelion, Le Crédac, Ivry-sur-Seine, France
Ayrton, Four Exhibitions by Armando Andrade Tudela, Nina Canell, FOS and Tania Pérez Córodva, Museo Tamayo, Mexico City
2016
Reflexology, Leo Xu Projects, Shanghai
Mid-Sentence, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas
Foam-Skin Insulated Jelly-Filled Vowel, Galerie Barbara Wien, Berlin
Shedding Sheaths, Unlimited | Art 47 Basel
2015

Satin Ions, Arko Art Center, Seoul, South Korea
Brief Syllable (Flat), Rond-Point Projects, Marseille
Dimensions Withheld, Daniel Marzona, Berlin
2014
Free-Space Path Loss, Lunds Konsthall, Sweden
Mid-Sentence, Moderna Museet, Stockholm
Near Here, Camden Arts Centre, London
Near Here, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Newcastle, UK
Near Here, Lulu, Mexico City, Mexico
2013
Luisa Strina Gallery (two person exhibition), São Paulo
Stray Warmings, K21, Kunstsamlung Nordrhein Westfalen, Dusseldorf
O Little Drops, mother’s tankstation, Dublin
Stray Warmings, Midway Contemporary Art, Minneapolis
2012
Nina Canell & Rolf Julius, Hamburg Bahnhof Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin
Tendrils, The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin
Into the Eyes as Ends of Hair, Cubitt Gallery, London
2011
Ode to Outer Ends, Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kassel
Matter of the Heart / Heart of the Matter, Konrad Fischer Galerie / Galerie Barbara Wien, Berlin
2010
To Let Stay Projecting as a Bit of Branch on a Log by Not Chopping it Off, Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig, Vienna
2009
Projects in Art & Theory, Köln
Five Kinds of Water, Hamburg Kunstverein, Hamburg
Art Statements: Art 40 Basel with mother’s tankstation
Paradise [31], Gallery 2, Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin
The New Mineral, Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, Aachen, Germany
2008
Slight Heat of the Eyelid, mother’s tankstation, Dublin
Walking on No-Top Hill, Galerie Barbara Wien, Berlin
Digging a Hole, Nought to Sixty, ICA, London (collaboration with Robin Watkins)
2007
LISTE Young Contemporary Art Fair, Basel, with mother’s tankstation
Moon. Mist. Drum. Model Arts & Niland Gallery, Sligo
2006
Soft Mud & Parallel Happenings, T293, Naples
2005
We woke up with energy, mother’s tankstation, Dublin

Group Exhibitions

2018
Emerald City, K11 Foundation pop-up space, Hong Kong
Title II, Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran, Montreal
2017
How It’s Made, Carl Kostyál, Stockholm
Mirrored, Nordic Pavilion, 57th International Art Exhibition, la Biennale di Venezia, Venice
Future Eaters, Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne, Australia
More Than Words [On the Poetic], Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna
ARS17: Hello World! Art after the Internet, Museu of Contemporary Art KIASMA, The Finnish National Gallery, Helsinki
2016
We are the Centre for Curatorial Studies (Phase 1), CCS Bard, Hessel Museum of Art, Annandale-On-Hudson, NY
Samhällsmaskinen: Industriåldern ur konstens perspektiv, Malmö Konstmuseum, Malmö
Let There Be (More) Light, Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco
Inflected Objects #2 Circulation – Otherwise, Unhinged, Future Gallery, Berlin
A Thousand Horsepower, Can Trinxet Factory, Barcelona
The Distance of a Day, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
Third Nature, Hessel Museum of Art, CC Bard, New York
The Mud of Compound Experience, mother’s tankstation in collaboration with Leo Xu Projects, Hong Kong
Life Itself. On the question of what it essentially is; its materialities, its characteristics considering that the attempts to…, Moderna Museet, Stockholm
Matter Fictions, Museu Coleção Berardo, Lisbon
Die Kräfte hinter den Formen / The forces behind the forms, Galerie im Taxipalais, Austria, Kunstmuseen Krefeld, Germany, Kunstmuseum Thun, Switzerland
Accrochage, Pinault, Punta Della Dogana, Venice
FluxesFeverFuturesFiction, Azkuna Zentroa, Bilbao
Accueille-moi paysage, Marcelle Alix Gallery, Paris
2015
Köln Skulptur #8, Skulpturenpark, Köln
Blühendes Gift, Mumok, Vienna
Die Kräfte hinter den Formen, touring Galerie im Taxispalais, Innsbruck; Kunstmuseen Krefeld, Germany; Kunstmuseum Thun, Switzerland
Drawn by its own memory, Laura Bartlett Gallery, London
La Vie Moderne, 13th Biennale de Lyon, Lyon
Eppur si muove (And yet it turns), Mudam Luxembourg, Luxembourg city
Presque Rien, Marian Goodman Gallery, Paris
White Noise, Kunsthaus Glarus, Switzerland
Art in the Age Of…Planetary Computation, Witte de With Contemporary Art, Rotterdam
Art in the Age Of…Raw Materials and Energy, Witte de With Contemporary Art, Rotterdam
An Imprecise Science, ArtSpace, Sydney
The Percussive Hunter, Akbank Sanat, Istanbul
2014
Animal Mineral Vegetable, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York
The Promise of Moving Things, Centre d’art contemporain d’Ivry – le Crédac, Paris
Technokinesis, Blum & Poe, Los Angeles, New York
nature after nature, Fridericianum, Kassel
2013
Flex-Sil Reloaded, Kunsthalle St Gallen
Surface Tension, Oakville Galleries, Ontario
Focus, Frieze New York (Nina Canell | Fergus Feehily) with mother’s tankstation
Köln Skulptur #7, Cologne, Germany
Utopia Starts Small, Fellbach Triennial of Small-Scale Sculpture, Germany
Curiosity: Art and the Pleasures of Knowing, Hayward Touring: Turner Contemporary, Castle Museum and Art Gallery Norwich, de Appel Amsterdam
Revolution from Within, Kaufman Repetto, Milano
Les amas d’Hercule, Parc Saint Léger, Pouges-les-Eaux, France
Mexico City Blues, Shanaynay, Paris and New York Gallery, New York
Dorothea Von Stetten Kunstpreis, Kunstmuseum Bonn
2012
All Our Relations, 18th Biennale of Sydney, Australia
Atelier + Küche, Marta Herford, Herford
Made in Germany Zwei, Sprengel Museum Hannover, Kestnergesellschaft und Kunstverein
La Triennale – Intense Proximity, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, curated by Okwui Envezor
2011
I Love Those Paintings (art, natural and social science), mother’s tankstation, Dublin
Devil’s Fidelity, Marian Goodman Gallery Paris, France
Second Strike, Herzliya Biennial, The Herzliya Museum for Contemporary Art, Israel
Based in Berlin, Monbijou Park, Berlin
Twenty, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin
The Silver Show, Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, Aachen, Germany
Labor / Laboratory, (Ars Viva Prize), SALT Beyoglu, Istanbul
2010
Under Destruction, Swiss Institute, New York
On Line: Drawing through the twentieth Century, MoMA, New York
Labor / Laboratory, (Ars Viva Prize), Touring to Kunstsammlungen
A Never Ending Story, curated by Chris Sharp,Truth or Consequences, New Mexico
Chemnitz; Platform Garanti, Istanbul; Kunstmusem Stuttgart
Under Destruction, Jean Tinguely Museum, Basel
Modernautställningen, Moderna Museet, Stockholm
Touched, Liverpool Biennale, Liverpool
Invisible Shadows, Marta Herford, Herford
Neue Alchemie: Kunst der Gegenwart nach Beuys, Landesmuseum fur Kunst und Kulturgeschichte, Munster
Beyond Entropy: When Energy Becomes Form, La Biennale di Venezia – 12th International Architecture Exhibition, Venice
Fischgraetenmelkstand, Temporäre Kunsthalle Berlin, Curated by John Bock, Germany
Runaway Train, Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden
Life: A User’s Manual, Art Sheffield. Curated by Frederique Bergholtz & Annie Fletcher
Leopards in the Temple, Sculpture Center, New York
Das Wesen im Ding, Frankfurter Kunstverein
Performative Attitudes, Kunsthaus Glarus, Switzerland
2009
The Knight’s Tour, De Hallen Haarlem, The Netherlands
ssndsp/ll, S1 Artspace, Sheffield
The Actuality of the Idea, Stuart Shave/Modern Art, London
Carl Andre, Leonor Antunes, Sara Barker, Nina Canell, Agnes Martin,
Nasreen Mohamedi, Fred Sandback, Bojan Sarcevic, Gedi Sibony, Rachel Whiteread
All that is solid melts into air, Muhka, Antwerp/Mechelen, Belgium
Canell, Egan, Nowak, Konrad Fischer Galerie, Düsseldorf
Coalesce Happenstance, SMART Project Space, Amsterdam
2008
Manifesta 7: The European Biennial of Contemporary Art, Rovereto, Italy
7th Gwangju Biennale, Korea
Auto-Stop, Malmö Konsthall, Malmö
Sometimes You Fall in Love With an Idea, Cluster, Berlin
MIMA: Sound Space, Middlesborough Institute of Modern Art
No Borders (Just News), La Centrale Electrique – European Centre for Contemporary Art, Brussels; Centre of Contemporary Art, Thessalonik
2007
Beyond the Country: Perspectives of the Land in Historic and Contemporary Art, Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork
Movement, Contingency, Community, Gallery27, Kaywon/Seoul
What Remains, Spazio Lambretto, Milano
Come Together, Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin
2006
Bigger Bang, Galleria Ja Projektitila Huoltamo, Tampere, Finland
Bring the Noise, Catalyst Arts, Belfast, performance and installation with Robin Watkins
Plane, Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin & The Dock, Carrick-on Shannon, collaboration with Robin Watkins
Mother’s Ruin: Dangerous Obsessions and the Culture of Excess, mother’s tankstation, Dublin
2005 
Precaution, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin
Here Comes Everybody, Project Gallery, Dublin
Live, Interim-Projekte, Frankfurt
BA Graduation Exhibition, IADT, Dun Laoghaire
2004
Obscured by Clouds, Studio 6, Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, Dublin
Regarder, Observer, Surveiller, Galerie Sequence, Quebec
Projected Windows, The Digital Hub, Thomas Street, Dublin
G-niale International Short Film Festival, Stralsund, Germany

Selected Performances and Happenings with Robin Watkins

2008
Champagne Diamond the Brilliant Light, K is for Kaleidoscope, London
2006
Luftkluster/Luftfluks, Zentrale Randlage, Berlin, with Minit
Luftkluster/Luftfluks, Pallas Studios, Dublin
The New Heat/Obscured by Light, The Boom Boom Room, Dublin, with Ariel Pink and Belong
The New Heat/Obscured by Light, Inkonst, Malmö
2005
The New Heat/Obscured by Light, Project Arts Centre, Dublin With Sanso-Xtro

Awards and Residencies

2011
Edstrandska Stiftelsen Art Prize, exhibition at Malmö Art Academy
2010
Ars Viva – Preis 2010/2011, Kulturkreis der deutschen Wirtschaft
2009
Baloîse Prize, Art Statements, Art 40 Basel with mother’s tankstation
2008-9
Location One, NYC. Residency awarded by Arts Council of Ireland
Neue Galerie am Landesmuseum Johanneum, Graz. Residency and project room presentation
Culture Ireland, Project stipend
Künstlerhäuser Worpswede residency and stipend
2007
Arts Council of Ireland, Artist Bursary Award
Model Arts & Niland Gallery Fellowship
2005-8
Firestation Artist Studios Residency
2005
Aileen McKeogh Award
2004
Jönköping Cultural Committee Award, Sweden

Monographs, Publications

2016     
Satin Ions, Nina Canell, Arko Arts Centre & Bom Dia Boa Tarde Boa Noite
Accrochage, Ed. Caroline Boureoise, Béatrice Gross, Pinault, Marsilio
Art In The Age Of…, Ed. Ayas, Hoare, Kleinman, Witte de With
The Forces Behind the Forms, Ed. Magdalena Holzhey, Kunstmuseum Krefeld
2015
The Registry of Promise, Ed. Chris Sharp, Roma Publications
Eppur Si Muove: Art and Technology, a Shared Sphere, Mudam Editions
2014 
Mid Sentence, Nina Canell & Robin Watkins, Moderna Museet & Bom Dia Boa Tarde Boa Noite
Nina Canell: Mellan Skulptur & Skeende, Bulletinen no 3, Moderna Museet
Free-Space Path Loss, artist monograph, essay by Chris Sharp, Ed. Åsa Nacking, Lunds Konshtall
Slot n°4: Refräng, Ed. Adam Westman, Chateaux Near Here, exhibition booklet, essay by Declan Long, Camden Art Centre The Stand In (Or a Glass of Milk), Ed. Gaty & Mackler, Public Fiction Los Angeles
Macht des Materials/Politik der Materialität, Witzgall & Stakemeier, Diaphanes
Stray Warmings, artist monograph, essays by Dieter Roelstraete, Monika Szewczyk, Steven Connor,   Sternberg Press & Midway Contemporary Art
2013 
Nina Canell. Rolf Julius, essay by Gabriele Knapstein, Hamburger Bahnhof & Walter Konig Verlag
Utopie Beginnt im Kleinen, Ed. Yilmaz Dziewior/Angelika Nollert, Walter König Verlag
Köln Skulptur #7, Ed. Friedrich Meschede, Wahlter König Verlag
2012
SOLO: featured artist Nina Canell, essay by Fionn Meade, Solo no. 3, AmC Collezione Coppola
Tendrils, essay by John Hutchinson, The Douglas Hyde Gallery
Into the Eyes as Ends of Hair, pamphlet, essay by Steven Connor, Cubitt Gallery
Die Idee Konkret, Amely Deiss, Wienand Verlag, Köln Intense Proximity, La Triennale Paris, Ed. Okwui Enwezor
Made in Germany Zwei: Internationale Kunst in Deutschland, Sprengel Museum
2011 
Neptune the Mystic, 10” vinyl record, Kunsthalle Fridericianum
2010   
To Let Stay Projecting as a Bit of Branch on a Log by not Chopping it Off, artist monograph, essay by Dieter Roelstraete, Walter König Verlag, Köln and Mumok, Vienna
Evaporation Essays, artist monograph, essays by P. E. Moore, C. Mac Giolla Léith, C. Sharp, X. Karskens. Distanz Verlag, NAK and Kunstverein Hamburg
Creamier; 100 Contemporary Artists, text by Adam Szymczyk, Phaidon Press
Under Destruction, Ed. Jetzer, Sharp, Distanz Verlag with Museum Tinguely & SI
2009  
The Knights Tour, text by Xander Karskens, De Hallen, Haarlem
Nought to Sixty, text by Isobel Harbison, ICA, London
Younger than Jesus; Artist Directory, Phaidon Press and New Museum
Manifesta 7: Index, exhibition catalogue, text by Adam Budak
2008 
Shedding Skin (Perpetual Current for Twenty-Four Buckets), LP, KH Worpswede
29 Infra-Ordinary Meteors, 7” locked groove record, Economic Thought Gallery
Champagne Diamond the Brilliant Light, LP & CD, Caff-Flick & Kaleidoscope, collaboration with Robin Watkins
Movement, ‘Contingency & Community’, Ed. Hyunjin Kim, Darun Books
Gwangju Biennale: Annual Report, exhibition catalogue, Ed. Okwui Enwezor, Gwangju Biennale
2007   
Arpeggio Book, artist monograph, The Model Arts & Niland Gallery, Sligo
Come Together, exhibition catalogue, Declan Long, The Douglas Hyde Gallery
2006   
Luftkluster/Luftfluks, LP, Oscillatone, collaboration with Robin Watkins
2005 
The New Heat/Obscured by Light, LP, Oscillatone, collaboration with Robin Watkins
Precaution, exhibition catalogue, Irish Museum of Modern Art
Plane, exhibition catalogue, Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin
2004 
Obscured by Clouds, exhibition catalogue, essay by Sinead Halkett, Temple Bar Gallery & Studios
Regarder, Observer, Surveiller, exhibition catalogue, essay by Nicole Gingras, Galerie Sequence, Quebec

Bibliography

2018
Hessler, Stefanie, ‘How It’s Made’ review, ArtReview, March   
2017
Sharp, Chris, ‘Theory of the Minor C Sharp’, Mousse Magazine 57, February-March
2016
Kaimei, Wang, translated by Daniel Ho, ‘Reflexology’, Ran Dian, December
Cordray, Julianne, ‘Light//Nina Canell’s ‘Foam-Skin Insulated Jelly-Filled Vowel’ at Barbara Wien, Berlin Art Link, October
O’ Neill, Paul and CCS Bard graduates, ‘Nina Canell’, Bomb Magazine, August
Buffenstein, Alyssa, ‘Misbehaving Materials Ooze and Decay in a Gallery in Berlin’, The Creators Project, July 
Art Basel questionnaire: Nina Canell, Shedding Sheaths’, Art Review, June
Lin, Aimee, ‘Satin Ions, Nina Canell’, review, Art Review Vol. 4 No.1, January
2015

Sharp, Chris, ‘La vie moderne’, Art Agenda, September
Bares, Josef, ‘Arko Art Centre: Nina Canell “Satin Ions”’, East Culture Review, September
Choi, Jayoon, ‘Stain Ions: Nina Canell’, Art Asia Pacific, July
Yoon Jung, Cho, ‘How Smart People Cope With The Heat-Nina Canell ‘Satin Ions’, BNTnews, July
Kaya Genç, ‘How humans have become a force on a geological scale’, Daily Sabah, April
Neringa Černiauskaitė, ‘Moderna Museet’, Artforum, March
2014
Khazam, Rahma, ‘The Promise of Moving Things’, Frieze Magazine, Issue 167, November
Coates, Peter,  ‘Seeing is Believing?: Nina Canell’s ‘Near Here’ and Unearthing the Flows of Connectivity’, www.powerwaterproject.net, August
Heinrich,Will, ‘’Technokinesis’ at Blum & Poe’, Gallerist, August
Watson, Sam,  ‘Nina Canell at BALTIC’, Kaleidoscope, June
Wright, Karen, ‘In the Studio’, The Independent(Radar), 4 May
Herbert, Martin, Art Review, Vol 66 No.4, May
‘Nina Canell – Mid-Sentence’, The New Totally Stockholm Newsletter, May
‘BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gatehead presents…’, Thomas Del Mar Ltd., April
‘The attraction of small mysteries’, Artelogical, April
Schlueter, Katharina,  ‘Nina Canell’, Kritissches Lexikon der Gegenwartskunst, #106
Sutton, Kate, ‘Nina Canell – LULU’, Critic’s Picks, Artforum, March
Rojas, Maru, ‘Near Here’, review, This is tomorrow, January
2013
O’ Dwyer, Rebecca, ‘ O Little Drops’ , mother’s annual 2013
“Felix-Sil Reloaded” at Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen, Contemporary Art Daily, August
Gayer, John, ‘Nina Canell: O Little Drops’, This is tomorrow, May
Regan, Sheila, ‘Stray Warmings’, MNArtists.org, March
Beeson, John, ‘Nina Canell & Rolf Julius at Hamburger Bahnhof’, Texte zur Kunst, March
2012
Blount, Mai, ‘ The Sign of the Broken Sword’, mother’s annual 2012
Dickinson, Sheila,‘Nina Canell: Stray Warmings, Midway Contemporary Art, Minneapolis’, CIRCA, www.recirca.com, 20 April
Herbert, Martin, ‘Nina Canell, Cubitt London’, Frieze #147, May
Doubal, Rosalie, ‘Into the Eyes as Ends of Hair’, Time Out London, 4 April
Merrigan, James, ‘Clean & Clear’, www.billionjournal.com, Oct
Abbott, Rosa, ‘I Love Those Paintings @ Mother’s Tankstation’, Totally Dublin, April
Doubal, Rosalie, ‘Nina Canell: Into the Eyes as Ends of Hair’, TimeOut London, April
Byrt, Anthony, ‘18th Biennale of Sydney’, Artforum, November
Arrhenius, Sara, ‘Life After the Miracle’, Flash Art – Nordic Art, January
2011
Hohmann, Silke, ‘Unter Strom’, Monopol: Magazin fur Kunst und Leben, May
Wiensowski, Ingeborg, ‘Schwebende Knochen’, KulturSPIEGEL, March
2010
‘Under Destruction’, Ed. Jetzer, Sharp, Distanz Verlag with Museum Tinguely
Sharp, Chris, ‘Nina Canell’, Art Review, #38
Perry, Colin, ‘Art Sheffield 2010’, Frieze, April
2009
E. Moore, Pádraic, ‘Slight Heat of the Eyelid’, mother’s annual 2009
Sharp, Chris, ‘Walking on No-Top Hill’, review, MAP: Journeys in Contemporary Art, #17
Puvogel, Renate, ‘Walking on No-Top Hill’, review, Kunstforum International
Karskens, Xander, ‘The Knights Tour’, de Hallen, Haarlem
Herbert, Martin, ‘Robin Watkins + Nina Canell’, Modern Painters, January
L. Herbert, Martin, ‘(E)merging Artists’, Modern Painters, December
Latimer, Quinn, ‘Walking on No-Top Hill’, review, Frieze Online
The Glue & the Wedge, artist interview, Circa, #124
E. Moore, Padraic, ‘Slight Heat of the Eyelid’, Mother’s Annual 2008
Clancy, Luke, ‘Slight Heat of the Eyelid’, review, Art Review, #22
Budak, Adam, Manifesta 7: Index, exh. cat.
2008
L. Herbert, Martin, ‘(E)merging Artists’, Modern Painters, December
Schmid, Karlheinz, ‘Ein voller Erfolgder Gegenwartskunst’, Kunstzeitung 145, September
Zeitz, Lisa ‘In Berliner Galerien’, Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagzeitung, 7 December
Ed., Hyunjin Kim, Movement, ‘Contingency & Community’, Darun Books
Ed., Okwui Enwezor, ‘Gwangju Biennale: Annual Report’, exh. cat., Gwangju Biennale
2007
Dunne, Aidan, ‘Moon. Mist. Drum.’, The Irish Times, 26 January
NicGabhann, Niamh, ‘Intentional Community’, House Projects, Dublin
Long, Declan, ‘Come Together’, exh. cat., The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin
2006
Pierce, Sarah, ‘Together, Again’, mother’s annual 2006
Clancy, Luke,  ‘Dangerous Obsessions and the Culture of Excess’, review, Modern Painters, July/Aug
O’Reilly, Sally, ‘We Woke Up With Energy’, review, Frieze # 98
Long, Declan, ‘We Woke Up With Energy’, Circa #115

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