Rachel Harrison

Born 1966 in New York, New York
Lives and works in Brooklyn, New York

EDUCATION

1989 B.A., Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2013
Fake Titel, curated by Susanne Figner, kestnergesellschaft, Hannover;
travels to S.M.A.K., curated by Martin Germann, Gent, Belgium
Villeperdue, Galerie Meyer Kainer, Vienna

2012
The Help, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York

2011
Rachel Harrison / Scott Lyall: Double Yolk, Galerie Christian Nagel, Antwerp

2010
Asdfjkl;, Regen Projects, Los Angeles
Conquest of the Useless, curated by Iwona Blazwick, Whitechapel Gallery, London (catalogue)

2009
HAYCATION, curated by Daniel Birnbaum and Melanie Ohnemus, Portikus,
Frankfurt am Main (catalogue)
Consider the Lobster, curated by Tom Eccles, Center for Curatorial Studies, Hessel
Museum, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson (catalogue)

2008
Lay of the Land, curated by Frank Gautherot, Le Consortium, Dijon
Sunny Side Up, Meyer Kainer Gallery, Vienna

2007
If I Did It, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York
Voyage of the Beagle, curated by Heike Munder, migros museum fuer gegenwartskunst,
Zurich; traveled to Kunsthalle Nuernberg, curated by Ellenb Seifermann
(catalogue)

2006
When Hangover Becomes Form, in collaboration with Scott Lyall, The Contemporary Art
Gallery, Vancouver; traveled to LACE, Los Angeles
Checking the Tires, Not To Mention the Marble Nude, Galerie Christian Nagel, Cologne
sometimes it snows in april, (presentation with Michael Krebber), The McAllister Institute,
New York

2005
Car Stereo Parkway, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow

2004
Latka/Latkas, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York
Excuse Me? Arndt & Partner, Berlin
New Work, curated by Jill Dawsey, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Posh Floored as Ali G Tackles Becks, curated by Jenny Lomax, Camden Arts Centre, London (catalogue)

2003
Westward Ho, curated by Bjarne Melgaard, Bergen Kunsthall, Gallery No. 5

2002
Seven Sculptures, Arndt & Partner, Berlin
Art Statements, Art 33 Basel
Brides and Bases, curated by Ben Portis, Oakville Galleries, Toronto (catalogue)
Currents 30: Rachel Harrison, curated by Stefano Basilico, Milwaukee Art Museum (catalogue)

2001
Perth Amboy, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York

1999
Patent Pending: Beveled Rasp Sac, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York

1997
The Look of Dress-Separates, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York

1996
Should home windows or shutters be required to withstand a direct hit from an eight-
foot-long two-by-four shot from a cannon at 34 miles an hour, without creating a
hole big enough to let through a three-inch sphere? Arena Gallery, Brooklyn


GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2014
The Great Hall Exhibitions, curated by Jeffrey Uslip, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, New York
On Radical Juxtaposition, curated by Stefanie Kleefeld and Valerie Knoll, Halle für Kunst, Lüneburg, Germany
Reliable Tension, curated by John Pilson, 32 Edgewood Gallery, Yale University School of Art, New Haven,
CT
Post-Picasso: Contemporary Artists’ Responses to His Life and Art, curated by Michael FitzGerald, Picasso
Museum, Barcelona
The Human Factor, curated by Ralph Rugoff, Hayward Gallery, London

2013
The Pink Panther Imitates Nothing, Memorial Hall Gallery, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence,
Rhode Island
Double Hamburger Deluxe, Marlborough Chelsea, New York
Nasher Xchange, Dallas, City Hall Plaza, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, Texas (catalogue)
Collagierte Skulpturen, curated by Zdenek Felix, KAI 10, Arthena Foundation, Dusseldorf
Descartes’ Daughter, curated by Piper Marshall, Swiss Institute, New York
Some Dreamers of the Golden Dream, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York
Test Pattern, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
LAT. 41° 7' N., LONG. 72° 19' W, curated by Bob Nickas, Martos Gallery, Bridgehampton,
NY
Roving Signs, curated by Terry Winters, Matthew Marks Gallery, New York
Freak Out!, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York
Once again the world is flat, curated by Tom Eccles and Johanna Burton, Center for
Curatorial Studies, Hessel Museum, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
The Modern and Contemporary Galleries, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Film as Sculpture, curated by Elena Filipovic, Wiels Contemporary Art Centre, Brussels,
Belgium
SCREENS, Murray Guy, New York
Beg Borrow and Steal, Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Springs
NYC 1993: Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star, New Museum, New York
People, presented by Bice Curiger, Dieter von Graffenried and Jacqueline Burckhardt,
Parkett Space, Zürich, Switzerland
Monsalvat, Bureau, New York
Group Show, curated by Haim Steinbach, The Artist’s Institute / Hunter College, New
York

2012
Once Removed: Sculpture’s Changing Frame of Reference, Yale University Art Gallery, New
Haven
Rumba & Rum Baba, Galerie Laurent Godin, Paris, France
Contemporary Art Wing Reopening, Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore
Now Here is also Nowhere: Part I, Henry Art, Seattle
Blues for Smoke, curated by Bennett Simpson, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los
Angeles; traveled to Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, travels to
Wexner Center for the Arts, Colombus
Museion meets Migros. 20th Century Remix, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art
Bolzano, Bolzano, Italy
To Be With Art Is All We Ask, Astrup Fearnley Museum, Oslo
Imagination Adrift, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France
Beyond Imagination, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
Inaugural Exhibition by Gallery Artists, Regen Projects, Los Angeles
Lou Ford, G Gallery, Toronto
Decade: Contemporary Collecting, 2002-2012, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New
York (catalogue)
Buy My Bananas, curated by Julia Trotta, Kate Werble Gallery, New YorkPainting In Space, curated by Tom Eccles and Johanna Burton, Luhring Augustine Gallery, New York
Zoologie, Musee d’art contemporain de Montreal, curated by Marie Fraser & Francois Le
Tourneux
The Institute of Contemporary Art Collection Show, The Institute of Contemporary Art in
Boston
Matters of Fact, Curated by Tom Eccles, Suzy M. Halajian, Marieluise Hessel, Nathan Lee,
Alicia Ritson, and Kelly Taxter, Center for Curatorial Studies, Hessel Museum,
Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson
Utopia/Dystopia: Constructed with Photography, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX
American Academy of Arts & Letters, curated by Virginia Dajani
Friends & Family, curated by Kenny Schacter, ROVE Gallery
Look Now: Modern and Contemporary Art from Private Collections, Montclair Art Museum

2011
Absentee Landlord, Curated by John Waters, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis
Repossessed, Western Bridge, Seattle, Washington
Facing the Abyss, Witzenhausen Gallery, New York
Universes in Universe, Astrup Fearnley Museum Collection at the
Sao Paulo Biennial
Distant Star: An exhibition organized around the writings of Roberto Bolano,
Regen Projects, Los Angeles; Travels to kurimanzutto, Mexico City
2011 Bridgehampton Biennial, curated by Bob Nickas, Martos Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY
We Will Live, We Will See, curated by Pavel S. Pys, Zabludowicz Collection, London
14 & 15, curated by David Muenzer, The Lipstick Building, New York
Schnitte im Raum, Skulpturale Collagen, Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen, Germany,
The Original Copy, curated by Roxana Marcoci, Kunsthaus, Zurich
Lay of the Land, curated by Frank Gautherot, Le Consortium, Dijon, France.
Notations/Everyday Disturbances. Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia
Time Again, curated by Fionn Meade, ScuptureCenter, Long Island City, New York
From the Recent Past: New Acquisitions, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
Transformed Objects: with works by John Bock, Juergen Drescher, Rachel Harrison, Alicja
Kwade, Thomas Rentmeister, Margret Wibmer, curated by Zdenek Felix and
Ludwig Seyfarth, KAI 10, Raum für Kunst / Arthena Foundation, Duesseldorf,
Germany
That's the way we do it, curated by Yilmaz Dziewior, Kunsthaus Bregenz, Bregenz,
Austria
Human Nature: Contemporary Art from the Collection, LACMA, Los Angeles
Entertainment, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York
The Spectacular of Vernacular, curated by Darsie Alexander, Walker Art Center,
Minneapolis. Travels to Contemporary Arts Museum Houston; Montclair
Art Museum, Montclair, NJ; Ackland Art Museum, Chapel Hill, NC
New York to London and Back, Thomas Dane Gallery, London, Organized by Miguel
Abreu, Robin Mackay, Tobias Huber and Martine d’Anglejan, in collaboration with
Sutton Lane
Modern British Sculpture, Royal Academy of Arts, London

2010
How Soon Now, Rubell Family Collection, Miami
Ordinary Madness, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh
The Last Newspaper, curated by Richard Flood, New Museum, New York
The Original Copy: Photography of Sculpture, 1839 to Today, curated by Roxana Marcoci,
MoMA, New York; travels to Kunsthaus Zuerich (catalogue)
Contemporary Art from the Collection, curated by Kathy Halbreich, Museum of Modern
Art, New York
At Home/Not At Home: Works from the Collection of Martin and Rebecca Eisenberg, CCS
Bard Hessel Museum of Art, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
Blind Spot Lab & Exhibition - Issue 41, Wild Project, New York
Pictures by Women: A History of Modern Photography, Museum of Modern Art, New York
Nachleben, curated by Fionn Meade and Lucy Raven, Wyoming Building, Goethe-Institut,
New York
Sorry we’re Closed, curated by Sebastien Janssen, Art Brussels
Haunted: Contemporary Photography/Video/ Performance, Solomon Guggenheim
Museum; Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao
Abstract Resistance, curated by Yasmil Raymond, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis,
(catalogue)

2009
Altermodern, Tate Triennial, curated by Nicholas Bourriaud, Tate Britain, London
(catalogue)
N’importe Quoi, curated by Vincent Pecoil and Olivier Vadrot, Musee d’art contemporain
de Lyon
phot(o)bjects, curated by Bob Nickas, Presentation House Gallery, Vancouver
Lichtzwang, Dvir Gallery, Tel Aviv
Compass in Hand: Selections from The Judith Rothschild Foundation Contemporary
Drawings Collection, curated by Christian Rattemeyer and Cornelia H. Butler,
MoMA, New York (catalogue)
Practice, Practice, Practice, curated by Michael Smith and Jay Sanders, Lora Reynolds
Gallery, Austin
Making Worlds, 53rd Venice Biennale, curated by Daniel Birnbaum, Italian Pavilion
(catalogue)
Mapping the Studio: Artists from the Francois Pinault Collection, curated by Francesco
Bonami and Alison Gingeras, Palazzo Grassi, Venice (catalogue)
Collecting History: Highlighting Recent Acquisitions, curated by Ann Goldstein and
Bennett Simpson, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
The Secret Life of Objects, curated by John Rasmussen, Midway Contemporary Art,
Minneapolis
For the blind man in the dark room looking for the black cat that isn’t there, curated by
Anthony Huberman, Contemporary Art Museum, St. Louis; traveled to Institute of
Contemporary Arts, London; Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit; de
Appel Arts Centre, Amsterdam; Culturgest, Lisbon (catalogue)
Precarious Form I, curator Veit Loers, Galerie Meyer Kainer, Vienna
A Few Frames: Photography and the Contact Sheet, curated by Elisabeth Sussman and
Tina Kukielski, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
Beg Borrow and Steal, the Rubell Family Collection, Miami (catalogue)

2008
Whitney Biennial, curated by Henriette Huldisch and Shamim M. Momin, Whitney Museum
of American Art, New York (catalogue)
Plug In #38, curated by Lily van der Stokker, Vanabbemuseum, Eindhoven, the
Netherlands
The Alliance, curated by Seungduk Kim and Franck Gautherot, doART, Seoul, Korea, and
Beijing, China
Standard Sizes, curated by Joao Ribas, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, June 14–July 12
You Can Go Your Own Way, curated by Claudia Altman Siegel, Renwick Gallery, New York
Front Room: Dieter Roth and Rachel Harrison, curated by Darsie Alexander, Baltimore
Museum of Art, Baltimore
Works on Paper by Gallery Artists and Ricci Albenda, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York

2007
Still Life and Kicking, curated by Dodie Kazanjian, Paula Cooper Gallery, New York
The Hamsterwheel, curated by Franz West Studio, Arsenale di Venezia, Venice; traveled to
Festival de Printemps de Septembre, Toulouse; Centre d’Art Santa Monica,
Barcelona; Konsthall Malmo, Sweden
Pop Art Is, curated by Mark Francis with Richard Hamilton, Gagosian Gallery, London,
(catalogue)
Insubstantial Pageant Faded, curated by Eric Fredericksen, Western Bridge, Seattle
XXS (Extra Extra Small), Sommer Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv
Fit to Print, Gagosian Gallery, New York
For the People of Paris, curated by Scott Lyall and Blake Rayne, Sutton Lane Gallery, Paris
(catalogue)
Unmonumental: The Object in the 21st Century, curated by Richard Flood, Laura Hoptman, and Massimiliano Gioni, New Museum, New York (catalogue)
Perspectives 159: Superconscious, Automatisms Now, curated by Paoloa Morsiani, Contemporary Arts
Museum Houston
Paul Thek in the Context of Today’s Contemporary Art, curated by Roland Groenenboom
and Gregor Jansen, ZKM, Karlsruhe, December 15, 2007–March 30, 2008; traveled
to Sammlung Falckenberg, Hamburg, December 15–March 30, 2008 (catalogue)

2006
Dark, curated by Jan Grosfeld and Rein Wolfs, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen,
Rotterdam (catalogue)
Motore Immobile, curated by Jay Sanders, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York
Ridykeulous, curated by A.L. Steiner and Nicole Eisenman, Participant Inc, New York
Survivor, curated by David Rimanelli, Bortolami Dayan, New York (catalogue)
Of Mice and Men, The 4th Berlin Biennale, curated by Maurizio Cattelan, Massimiliano
Gioni, and Ali Subotnick, Kunst-Werke Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin
(catalogue)
Daisychain, curated by Bruce Haines, MOT Gallery, London
Pose and Sculpture, curated by Daniel Baumann, Casey Kaplan Gallery, New York
(catalogue)
The Swan Is Very Peaceful, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles
Shiny, curated by Helen Molesworth, The Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus
Werner Herzog, Blum and Poe, Los Angeles
The Uncertainty of Objects and Ideas: Recent Sculpture, curated by Anne Ellegood,
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC (catalogue)

2005
Make It Now: New Sculpture in New York, curated by Mary Ceruti, Anthony Huberman, and
Franklin Sirmans, SculptureCenter, Long Island City (catalogue)
Funfmalskulptur, curated by Carina Plath, Westfalischer Kunstverein, Münster
The Jeweleigha Set, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York
Ordering the Ordinary, curated by David Thorpe, Timothy Taylor Gallery, London
Drunk vs. Stoned 2, curated by Gavin Brown, Corinna Durland, Elysia Borowy-Reeder,
Scott and Tyson Reeder, Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
When Humor Becomes Painful, curated by Heike Munder and Felicity Lunn, Migros
Museum fuer Gegenwartskunst, Zurich (catalogue)
Sculpture New Spirit, Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Paris

2004
Building the Collection: New and Future Acquisitions, Art Gallery of Ontario
Collage, Bloomberg SPACE, London
American Idyll, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York
Reordering Reality, Collecting Contemporary Art, curated by Annegreth T. Nill, Columbus
Museum of Art, Ohio
Open House: Working in Brooklyn, curated by Charlotta Kotik and Tumelo Mosaka,
Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn (catalogue)
Drunk vs. Stoned, curated by Gavin Brown, Corinna Durland, Elysia Borowy-Reeder, Scott
and Tyson Reeder, Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York
Speaking with Hands: Photographs from The Buhl Collection, curated by Jennifer Blessing,
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York (catalogue)
Home, curated by Patterson Beckwith, American Fine Arts, Co., New York, July
Slouching Towards Bethlehem, curated by Jeffrey Uslip, The Project, New York
54th Carnegie International, curated by Laura Hoptman, Carnegie Museum of Art,
Pittsburgh (catalogue)
Hysterical, curated by Michele Maccarone, Galerie Dennis Kimmerich, Duesseldorf
Last One On is a Soft Jimmy, curated by Kelley Walker, Paula Cooper Gallery, New York

2003
The Structure of Survival, Dreams and Conflicts: The Dictatorship of the Viewer, 50th
Venice Biennale, curated by Carlos Basualdo, Arsenale di Venezia (catalogue)
Rachel Harrison, Hirsch Perlman, Dieter Roth, Jack Smith and Rebecca Warren, curated by
Jeffrey Peabody, Matthew Marks Gallery, New York
The Paper Sculpture Show, curated by Cabinet magazine, iCI, and SculptureCenter, Long
Island City, New York, and 20 other locations
The Inconsiderable Things, Brighton Photo Biennial, curated by Jeremy Millar, University of
Brighton
The Alumni Show, curated by Nina Felshin, Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut

2002
Pictures, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York
Whitney Biennial, curated by Lawrence Rinder, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (catalogue)
Building Structures, curated by Klaus Biesenbach, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long
Island City
Stories, curated by Stephanie Rosenthal, Haus der Kunst, Munich (catalogue)
K48 Teenage Rebel—The Bedroom Show, curated by Scott Hug, John Connelly Presents,
New York
Youngstars, curated by Horst Kohn, Krinzinger Projekte, Vienna

2001
Group Show (Spring 2001), curated by Michele Maccarone and Chivas Clem, The Fifth
International, New York
Spiritual America, Audiello Fine Art Inc., New York
Off the Wall, curated by Greg Sandoval and Sam Gordon, Gallery 400, University of Illinois,
Chicago

2000
Photasm: Sculptors Using Photography, curated by Peter Dudek, Arts Atrium Gallery,
Union College, Schenectady; traveled to Hunter College/Times Square Gallery,
New York (catalogue)
Photography about Photography, curated by Liz Deschenes, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New
York
Trailer, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York
Greater New York: New Art in New York Now, curated by Klaus Biesenbach, Carolyn
Christov-Bakargiev, and Alana Heiss, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island
City (catalogue)
Rapture, curated by Janet Phelps, 529 West 20th Street, 8th floor, New York
Walker Evans & Company, curated by Peter Galassi, Museum of Modern Art, New York;
J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles (catalogue)
New York Projects, curated by Luke Dowd, Delfina Project Space, London
The Armchair Project, curated by DeClan Clarke and Paul McDevitt, Cinch, London
Superpredators, curated by Jose Freire, C.R.P., Brooklyn
Full Serve: Celebrating Ten Years of Shows, curated by Kenny Schachter, presented by
Kenny Schachter/Rove, New York

1999
Hypervision, curated by Caitlin Masley, Elizabeth Cherry Contemporary Art, Tucson
Answer yes, no, or don’t know; Part II: Layers, curated by Ricci Albenda, Andrew Kreps
Gallery, New York
Free Coke, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York
monochrome, Patrick Callery Gallery, New York
New York Neither/Nor,” curated by Bill Arning, Grand Arts, Kansas City
What Big Is, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, Massachusetts
Still Life, curated by Helen Molesworth, State University of New York College at Old
Westbury, Old Westbury
GIRLSCHOOL, curated by Catherine Morris and Maureen Mahoney, Brenau University
Galleries, Gainesville, Georgia
Sleeping Waters//Eaux Dormantes, Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris
I’m Not Here: Constructing Identity at the Turn of the Century, curated by Jonathan Van
Dyke and Sean Mellyn, Susquehanna Art Museum, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
DOPE. An XXX-Mas Show, American Fine Arts, Co., New York

1998
Lo-Fi Baroque, curated by Michael Sarff and Carol Stakenas, Thread Waxing Space, New
York (catalogue)
Super Freaks: Post Pop & The New Generation; Part I: Trash, Greene Naftali Gallery, New
York
Science, Feature Inc., New York
New Photography 14, curated by Darsie Alexander, Museum of Modern Art, New York

1997
Summer of Love, Fotouhi Cramer Gallery, New York
Current Undercurrent: Working in Brooklyn, curated by Charlotta Kotik, Brooklyn Museum
of Art, Brooklyn
Prosthetic Garden, Daniel Silverstein Gallery, New York
The New God, curated by John Connelly, Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York
Normotic, curated by David Humphrey, 1 Great Jones, New York
Paper Trail, curated by Gregory Volk and Sabine Russ, Pierogi 2000, Brooklyn
Anne Chu, Rachel Harrison, Donald Moffett, Jasmin Sian, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles
24 Seven, curated by Alexander Berscheid, Galerie Klaus Peter Goebel, Stuttgart
Summer Group Show, curated by Charles Dee Mitchell, Turner & Runyon, Dallas
TXInstalltions/Projects, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City
Funny Pictures, Ten in One Gallery, Chicago

1996
Post Hoc, curated by Alison Greene, Stark Gallery, New York
Sculpture Incorporating Photography,” Feature Inc., New York
Sex, Drugs And Explosives, curated by Kenny Schachter, New London ArtForms, London
Rachel Harrison and Michael Lazarus, Feature Inc., New York
Summer Exhibition, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York
Space, Mind, Place, curated by John Connelly and Michelle Reyes, Andrea Rosen Gallery,
New York
Flamingo East, curated by Kenny Schachter, Flamingo East, New York
Summer Trash, crated by Benny Fachter, Flamingo East, New York
Shit, Baron Boisante Gallery, New York
DISSOCIATIONISM, Four Walls, Brooklyn
Taking Stock, curated by Kenny Schachter, The Exchange, 25 Broad Street, New York
Facing The Millenium: The Song Remains The Same, curated by Kenny Schachter,
Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington, TX
The Experimenters, curated by Kenny Schachter, Lombard-Freid Fine Arts, New York

1995
Summer Exhibition, Paolo Baldacci Gallery, New York
Smells Like Vinyl, Roger Merians Gallery, New York
Dark Room, Stark Gallery, New York
Looky Loo, curated by Kenny Schachter, Sculpture Center, New York
High Anxiety, curated by Kenny Schachter, 66 Crosby Street, New York
Either/Or, curated by Kenny Schachter, Flamingo East, 219 2nd Ave., New York
Oy!, curated by Kenny Schachter, 121 Greene Street, New York

1994
Pre-Existing Condition, curated by Kenny Schachter, The Puffin Room, New York
Resurrections: Objects with New Souls, The William Benton Museum of Art, University of
Connecticut at Storrs
Group Show, Galerie Elizabeth Valleix, Paris
Dirty, curated by Carol Greene, John Good Gallery, New York
I Could Do That, curated by Kenny Schachter, 109 Spring Street, New York
Tight, curated by Keith Wilson and Richard Woods, Tannery Arts, 57 Bermondsey Street,
London
Women at Work, curated by Jill Brienza and Gretel Capriles, The Roger Smith Gallery, New
York
UnSuccess Story, curated by Kenny Schachter, 479 Broome Street, New York

1993
High, curated by Kenny Schachter, Flamingo East, 219 2nd Ave., New York
I Was Born Like This, curated by Kenny Schachter, 238 Mulberry Street, New York
Simply Made in America, curated by Barry Rosenberg, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary
Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut; Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati; Butler Institute
of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio; Palm Beach Community
College of Art, Palm Beach; Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington (catalogue)
1920: The Subtlety of Subversion, The Continuity of Intervention, Exit Art, New York
For Sale, curated by Kenny Schachter, Flamingo East, New York
Shooting Blanks, curated by Kenny Schachter, 81 Greene Street, New York
Four Walls Benefit, David Zwirner Gallery, New York
Poverty Pop: The Aesthetics of Necessity, Exit Art, New York
TRESSPASS: Beyond Borders, curated by Donald O. Odita, The Right Bank, 409 Kent
Avenue, Brooklyn

1992
The Lesbian Museum: Ten Thousand Years of Penis Envy, curated by Nicole Eisenman and
Chris Martin, Franklin Furnace, New York
Morality Cafe, curated by Kenny Schachter, Postmasters Gallery, New York
7 Rooms/7 Shows, curated by Kenny Schachter, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long
Island City

1991
Ego Show, Minor Injury, Brooklyn
The Neurotic Art Show, group show comprising the first fifty-five callers to a designated
phone number, Four Walls Gallery, Brooklyn
Open Bar, curated by Kenny Schachter, Flamingo East, 219 2nd Ave., New York
Unlearning, curated by Kenny Schachter, 142 Greene Street, New York

1990
Habitat, AMMO Artist’s Exhibition Space, 135 Plymouth Street, Brooklyn
The Rights of Spring, curated by Rachel Stevens, Epoche Gallery, 397 Wythe Avenue,
Brooklyn
Collections, Brand Name Damages, curated by Kristi Hanna, 201 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn

MONOGRAPHS AND CATALOGUES

2013
Figner, Susanne and Martin Germann. Fake Titel. Cologne: Koenig.
Gioni, Massimiliano and Gary Carrion-Murayari. NYC 1993: Experimental Jet Set, Trash
and No Star. New York: New Museum, 68-9.
Holzwarth, Hans Werner, John Beeson, and Christopher Cordy. Art Now. Koeln: Taschen, 2013. Print. 190.
Joselit, David. After Art. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 38.

2012
Dreishpoon, Douglas, Louis Grachos, and Heather Pesanti. Decade: Contemporary
Collecting 2002 – 2012. Buffalo, NY: Albright-Knox Art Gallery (The Buffalo Fine
Arts Academy), 126, 128-9, 136-7, 391.
Fraser, Marie and François LeTourneux. Zoo. Montreal, Quebec: Musee d’art contemporain
de Montreal, 124-129, 226.
Nakamori, Yasufumi. Utopia/Dystopia: Construction and Destruction in Photography and
Collage. Houston: Museum of Fine Arts, 54.
Rosenthal, Mark, et al. Regarding Warhol: Sixty Artists, Fifty Years. New York:
Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2012. Print. 240.
Simpson, Bennett. Blues for Smoke. Los Angeles: Museum of Contemporary Art, Los
Angeles, 58, 111.

2011
Birnbaum, Daniel, Cornelia H. Butler, and Suzanne Cotter. Defining Contemporary Art: 25
Years in 200 Pivotal Artworks. London: Phaidon Press, 2011, 402-403.
Meade, Fionn, ed. Time Again. New York: SculptureCenter.

2010
Banks, Eric, and Sarah Valdez, eds. Rachel Harrison: Museum With Walls. Center for
Curatorial Studies, Bard College; Whitechapel Gallery, London; and Portikus,
Frankfurt am Main, 2010. (monograph)
Blessing, Jennifer and Nat Trotman. Haunted: Contemporary Photography Video
Performance. New York, Guggenheim Museum 2010.
Butler, Cornelia H., and Alexandra Schwartz, eds. Modern Women: Women Artists at The
Museum of Modern Art. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 469-470.
Batchen, Geoffrey, Tobia Bezzola, and Roxana Marcoci. The Original Copy: Photography of
Sculpture, 1839 to Today. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 182-183.

2009
Bonami, Francesco and Alison Gingeras. Mapping the Studio: Artists from the François
Pinault Collection. Milan: Electa: 366–367.
Bourriaud, Nicholas, ed. Altermodern: Tate Triennial 2009. London: Tate Britain: 114–119.
Carlin, T.J. “Rachel Harrison.” In Vitamin 3-D: New Perspectives in Sculpture and
Installation. New York: Phaidon Press: 142–145.
Martignoni, Rossella, ed. Making Worlds, Fare Mondi, 53rd International Art Exhibition.
Venice: Marsilio: 80–81.
Rattemeyer, Christian, ed. Compass in Hand: Selections from The Judith Rothschild
Foundation Contemporary Drawings Collection. New York: Modern of Modern Art:
192.
Roselione-Valadez, Juan, ed. Beg Borrow and Steal. Miami: the Rubell Family Collection:
102–¬104.

2008
Banks, Eric and Rachel Harrison. “Hostess with the Mostess.” In Darsie Alexander, ed.,
Franz West: To Build a House You Start with the Roof. Cambridge: MIT Press: 173–
185.
Dalton, Trinie Whitney Biennial 2008. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 148–
149.

2007
For the People of Paris. Paris: Sutton Lane Gallery: 38–41.
Falckenberg, Harald and Peter Weibel, ed.s. Paul Thek: Artist’s Artist. Karlsruhe: ZKM and
Hamburg: Sammlung Falckenberg: 41, 211.
Flood, Richard, Massimiliano Gioni, and Laura Hoptman, eds. Unmonumental: The Object
in the 21st Century. London: Phaidon Press and New York: New Museum: 94–99.
Munder, Heike, Ellen Seifermann, and John Kelsey. If I Did It. Zurich: Migros Museum and
JRP Ringier. (monograph)

2006
Baum, Kelly. “Rachel Harrison,” In Annette DiMeo Carlozzi and Kelly Baum, eds., Blanton
Museum of Art: American Art Since 1900. Austin: Blanton Museum of Art: 118–
119.
Baumann, Daniel, ed. Pose and Sculpture. New York: Casey Kaplan Gallery: 22, 23.
Cattelan, Maurizio, Massimiliano Gioni, and Ali Subotnick, eds. Of Mice and Men: The 4th
Berlin Biennale. Berlin: Kunst-Werke Institute for Contemporary Art: 158–159.
Ellegood, Ann, ed. The Uncertainty of Objects. Washington, D.C.: Hirshhorn Museum and
Sculpture Garden: 66–75.
Grosfeld, Jan and Rein Wolfs, eds. Dark. Rotterdam: Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen: 41,
121, 128.
Sundell, Margaret. “Rachel Harrison.” In Vitamin Ph: New Perspectives in Photography.
London: Phaidon Press: 122–123.

2005
Ceruti, Mary, Anthony Huberman, and Franklin Sirmans, eds. Make It Now: New Sculpture
in New York. Long Island City: SculptureCenter: 50–51.
Munder, Heike, ed. When Humor Becomes Painful. Zurich: Migros Museum für
Gegenwartskunst and JRP Ringier: 117–118.

2004
Open House: Working in Brooklyn. Brooklyn: Brooklyn Museum of Art.
Speaking with Hands: Photographs from The Buhl Collection. New York: Guggenheim
Museum: 151.
Renton, Andrew. Posh Floored as Ali G Tackles Becks. London: Camden Arts Centre.
(Exhibition pamphlet.)
Thomas, Elizabeth. 54th Carnegie International. Pittsburgh: Carnegie Museum of Art,
158–161.

2003
Dictatorship of The Viewer, 50th International Art Exhibition. Venice: La Biennale di
Venezia: 242, 258.
Basualdo, Carlos ed. “The Structure of Survival.” In Dreams and Conflicts: The

2002
Basilico, Stefano, Rachel Harrison, and Gareth James. Currents 30: Rachel Harrison.
Milwaukee: Milwaukee Art Museum, 14–22.
Portis, Ben and Margaret Sundell, Brides and Bases. Toronto: Oakville Gallery. (Exhibition
catalogue.)
Rinder, Lawrence. Whitney Biennial: 2002. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art:
100–101.

2000
Biesenbach, Klaus, Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, and Alana Heiss. Greater New York: New
Art in New York Now. Long Island City: P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center.
Galassi, Peter. Walker Evans & Company. New York: Museum of Modern Art and Los
Angeles: J. Paul Getty Museum: 189.

1993
Rosenberg, Barry. Simply Made in America. Contemporary Art Center: Cincinnati, Ohio:
33–36.


SELECTED ARTICLES

2014
Marcus, Greil. "Real Life Rock Top Ten." The Believer January: 66-67.
McLean-Ferris, Laura. "Reviews: Descartes' Daughter." Frieze March: 144.

2013
“Roving Signs.” The New Yorker, August 12 & 19: 20.
Akel, Joseph. "Roving Signs." Art Review, October: 136.
Briegleb, Till. “Die Innereien von Meister Proper.” Sueddeutsche Zeitung, July 15: S10.
Canbaz, Melissa. “Rachel Harrison, kestnergesellschaft, Hanover.” Translated by Jane Yager. Frieze, September: 161.
Karmel, Pepe. “The Golden Age of Abstraction Right Now.” ARTnews, April: 66-73.
Launay, Aude. “Objects, Things and Any Old Things in Rachel Harrison’s Sculpture.” 02, Autumn: 24-9.
Russeth, Andrew. “’Roving Signs’ At Matthew Marks Gallery.” Gallerist New York, August 13: Web.
Schwendener, Martha. “A Collection of Sculpture All About the Artists.” New York Times, January 13: CT9.
Simek, Peter. “This Week’s Visual Art, May 29-June 2: Re-Encountering Henry Moore’s Unshackled Dallas Piece at City Hall.” Front Row, May 29: Web.
Spaid, Sue. “Rachel Harrison at S.M.A.K. Ghent: An Exhibition that Doubles as an Artwork and a Curated Exhibition.” HART, September 26: 16.

2012
“The Lookout: A Weekly Guide to Shows You Won’t Want to Miss.” Art in America, May 24.
Brand, Will. “The Very Finest Place to Put Your Vacuum: Rachel Harrison’s The Help.” Art
Fag City, June 13.
Cotter, Holland. “Rachel Harrison: The Help.” The New York Times, June 1: C25.
Doran, Anne. “Rachel Harrison.” Art in America, October: 170.
Halle, Howard. “Rachel Harrison, ‘The Help.’” Time Out New York, May 24 – 30: 38.
Larios, Pablo. “The Help, A Companion Guide.” Kaleidoscope, July: 11.
Mack, Joshua. “Rachel Harrison: The Help.” Art Review, September: 134.
Meyer, James. “Notes From The Field: Anthropomorphism.” The Art Bulletin, Volume XCIV,
Number 1, March: 24-7.
Nathan, Emily. “Rachel Harrison, Unmasking The Muse.” Artnet Magazine, June: 13.
Scott, Andrea K. “Critic’s Notebook: Hidden Agenda.” The New Yorker, May 28: 11.
Smee, Sebastian. “’Jack Lemmon’ is frivolous, irrational, and hard to ignore.” The Boston Globe, November 27.
Smith, Roberta. “Like Watching Paint Thrive.” The New York Times, June 29: C23, C28.

2011
Goldstein, Andrew M. “Rachel Harrison Receives the Calder Prize at a Rooftop
Ceremony with Sweeping Views of Venice’s Grand Canal,” artinfo.com, June 2,
2011. Web.
Pogrebin, Robin. “Calder Prize Awarded to American Artist,” The New York Times, May
10, 2011.
Sutton, Benjamin. “Brooklyn Sculptor Rachel Harrison Wins Prestigious Calder Award,”
The L Magazine. May 4, 2011. Web.

2010
“Art: Summer Preview: Object Lessons,” New Yorker, June 14 & 21: 30.
“Abstract Resistance, Walker Art Center.” Artpulse. December-February: 97.
Boehm, Mike. “Herb Alpert-funded awards will pay five artists $75,000 each,” Los Angeles
Times, October 26, 2010 [http://latimesblogs.latimes.
com/culturemonster/2010/10/herb-alpert-arts-awards.html].
Cotter, Holland. “A Gathering Of Women With Cameras,” New York Times, May 28, 2010:
C27.
Court, David. “And Other Essays.” CMagazine, Issue 105. Spring: 38-39.
Coxhead, Gabriel. “Rachel Harrison: Whitechapel Gallery.” Time Out London, May 5.
Doran, Anne. “The Original Copy: Photography of Sculpture, 1839 to Today.” Time Out
New York, September 16-22, p. 54.
Harrison, Rachel. “Paul Thek: Diver, a Retrospective”, Artforum, September 2010, p.161
Herbert, Martin. “Now See This.” Art Review. March: 31.
Jones, Jonathan. “Lost in the third dimension.” The Guardian. May 13: 12-13.
Kim, Seungduk. “Rachel Harrison.” Art in Culture, Issue 1: 92-93.
Lehrer-Graiwer, Sarah. “Rachel Harrison’s ‘Asdfjkl;’ at Regen Projects, LA,” art agenda
[http://art-agenda.com/agenda/view/60].
Luke, Ben. “Method in the Madness,” London Evening Standard. Apri 27: 36-37.
Mac Giolla Leith, Caoimhim. "Looking Forward." frieze, January/February: 92.
Mack, Joshua. “LA Roundup: Rachel Harrison, John Baldessari and Edition
Jacob Samuel,” Art Review, July 9, 2010. [http://www.artreview.com/forum/topics/la-
roundup-rachel-harrison]
Nickas, Bob. "Looking Back: Biennials and Group Shows." Frieze. January/February: 84-85.
Pagel, David. “Art Review: Rachel Harrison at Regen Projects,” Los Angeles Times, July 2,
2010. [http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/culturemonster / 2010/07/art-review-
rachel-harrison-at-regen-projects.html].
Pulitzer, Sam. “Rachel Harrison: NÜ-IDIOMS,” Flash Art. Vol. XLIII, No. 273, July-
September 2010: 80-83.
Sherwin, Skye. “Rachel Harrison.” 10 Magazine (Men). May.
Schad, Ed. “Rachel Harrison’s Strangely Sensible Sculptures,” Art Slant Los Angeles
[http://www.artslant.com/la/articles/show/17534].
Smith, Roberta. “In Fields of Art, Snapping Photos.” New York Times: Friday, April 2: C23,
C29.
Sundell, Margaret. “Preview: The Original Copy: Photography of Sculpture, 1839 to
Today,” Artforum, May: 132.

2009
Baker, R.C. “Girl With Curious Art: An adventure up the Hudson to see Rachel Harrison.”
Village Voice. July 8–14: 31.
Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, “Altermodern: Tate Triennial 2009 at Tate Britain.” February
3: visual_arts/article5643613.ece> .
Carlin, T.J. “Rachel Harrison: Consider the Lobster & Other Essays.” Art in America online.
July 31: < http://www.artinamericamagazine.com/reviews/rachel-harrison-
consider-the-lobster-other-essays/>.
Carlin, T.J. “Day Trips.” Time Out New York. July 23–29.
Cotter, Holland. “The Museum as Stage Set, Filled With Glamorous Mess.” New York
Times. July 2: C21–25.
Cotter, Holland, “Times Are Tough? Bring On Vermeer and the Pianos.” New York Times.
December 20: AR30.
Crane, Jeff, “Claws and Affect.” Chronogram. September: 105.
de Bellis, Vincenzo. “Switching the Addends.” Mousse Magazine. February/March: 90–93.
Frazier, Simone, “Rachel Harrison—the ironic Jungian.” September 15:
jungian.html>.
Goosen, Moosje, “Rachel Harrison: What the hell is blob?!” Metropolis. December/January,
44–51; 75–77.
Harrison, Rachel. Blind Spot 41. Inside cover; 3–5. (Artist’s project.)
Mead, Rebecca. “The Art Doctor.” New Yorker. May 11: 58–65.
Menendez-Conde, Ernesto. “Altermodern?” ArtPulse. October/November: 26–29.
Pil and Galia Kollectiv. “Object Orientations.” Art Papers. November/December: 30–37.
Ritter, Kathleen. “Rachel Harrison: Consider the Lobster.” Esse. July: 109.
Schmitz, Edgar. “Tate Triennial 2009.” Artforum. May: 228–229.
Schwabsky, Barry. “Hubbub and Stillness: The 2009 Venice Biennale.” Nation. July 20: 34–
36.
Sholis, Brian, “Everything Under Consideration: Rachel Harrison at ‘Midcareer.’” Kaleidoscope. November/December: 26–29.
Sussman, Elisabeth. “Rachel Harrison: Hessel Museum of Art and CCS Galleries at Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York.” Artforum. November: 222–223.
Valdez, Sarah. “Appearances vs. Reality: Rachel Harrison’s lobster pageant.” art on paper.
September/October: 33–36.
Whitman-Salkin. “Rachel Harrison: Consider the Lobster And Other Essays.” Kaleidoscope. September¬–October: 109.
Widmann,Tanja. “That’s Really Nice. But I Don’t Have to Answer Your Question: Tanja Widmann ueber Rachel Harrison in der Galerie Meyer Kainer, Wien.” Texte zur Kunst.June:
214–217.
Wiley, Chris. “Rachel Harrison: The Office, A Special Project by Maurizio Cattelan, Massimiliano Gioni, Ali Subotnik.”Abitare. February: 173–175.

2008
Blake, Nayland. “Conversation with Rachel Harrison.” Bomb. Fall: 44–53.
Buskirk, Martha, “En todas y en ninguna parte? (Everywhere and Nowhere?)” Exit Express
36. May.
Cotter, Holland. “Art’s Economic Indicator.” New York Times. March 7: E 31–34.
Baker, George, Bice Curriger and Bettina Funcke, eds. “Mind the Gap”; Ina Blom, “Enigmarelle—The Statuesque”; Allison M. Gingeras, “(Un)Natural Selection”; and Richard Hawkins, “All Dressed Up.” Parkett. May: 118–163.
Halle, Howard. “Whitney Biennial 2008.” Time Out New York. March 13–19: 78.
Harrison, Rachel and David Joselit. “A Conversation with Peter Fend.” October. Summer:
117–136.
Heartney, Eleanor. “Make it New.” Art in America. April: 82–85.
Sasse, Jörg. “Texte Zur Kunst-Ediition Heft No. 69.” Texte zur Kunst. March: 276–278.
Schjeldahl, Peter. “Lessness.” New Yorker. March 17: 86.
Stech, Fabian. “Rachel Harrison’s Waste Land: ‘Lay of the Land,’ Consortium, Dijon, 5.8–
21.9.2008.” Kunstforum International. September/October: 380–382.
Stocchi, Francesco. “Critics” Picks, Rachel Harrison, Galerie Meyer Kainer.” Artforum
online. November 15–January13: archive/id=21610/>.
Volk, Gregory. “Spring in Dystopia.” Art in America. May: 158–163.
Wetterwald, Elisabeth. “Rachel Harrison.” Sommaire. Autumn: 25–28.

2007
“Rachel Harrison.” Flash Art. May–June: 96.
“Rachel Harrison.” New Yorker. March 19: 40.
“Rachel Harrison, Voyage of the Beagle.” Active Live. May.
Allen, Jennifer. “Moving Targets.” Frieze. October: 232–237.
Baker, George. “The Other Side of the Wall.” October. Spring: 106–137.
Bankowsky, Jack. “Best of 2007.” Artforum. December: 334.
Boucher, Brian. “Let Us Now Praise Famous Men.” Art in America. June/July: 186–189.
Burton, Johanna. “Rachel Harrison.” Artforum. May: 369.
Goldstein, Anne. “Best of 2007.” Artforum. December: 318.
Gopnik, Blake. “The Perfect Show for a World Up to Its Eyes in Trash.” Washington Post.
December 9: M9.
Hainley, Bruce. “Rachel Harrison.” Artforum. May: 196.
Holmes, Pernilla. “In Your Face.” ARTnews. June: 106–111.
Krebs, Edith. “Rachel Harrison im Zurcher Migros-Museum fur Gegenwartskunst.” Neue Zurcher Zeitung. May 3: 57.
Kuo, Michelle. “The Uncertainty of Objects and Ideas: Recent Sculpture.” Artforum.
February: 289.
MacAdam, Barbara. “Object Overruled.” ARTnews. December: 125–126.
McElheny, Josiah. “Readymade Resistance.” Artforum. October: 327.
Montrueil, Gregory. “Rachel Harrison.” Flash Art. July/September: 132.
Morgenthaler, Daniel. “Rachel Harrison.” Tages Anzeiger. May 10: 50.
Saltz, Jerry. “No Man’s Land.” Village Voice: March 21–27: 51.
Saltz, Jerry. “Non-Specific Objects.” Modern Painters. March: 32–34.
Schjeldahl, Peter. “Critic’s Notebook: The Thing Itself.” New Yorker. December 24–31: 26.
Schwendener, Martha. “Seen on the Street: Photographers’ ‘Everyday Epiphanies.’” New
York Times. June 22: E30.
Smith, Roberta. “In Galleries, A Nervy Opening Volley.” New York Times. November 30:
E35, 46.
Smith, Roberta. “Rachel Harrison, If I Did It.” New York Times. February 23: E35.
Viveros-Faune, Christian. “Great Building, Weak Show.” Village Voice. Dec 5–11: 51.
Wehr, Anne. “Unmonumental: The Object in the 21st Century.” Time Out New York.
December 13–26: 113.
Wüst, Karl. “Aus Ramsch inszenierte Kunst befragt die Kunst.” Mittelland Zeitung
Gesamtausgabe. May 10: 38.
“Harrisons etwas andere Stars,” Werdenberger & Obertoggenburger. April 28.

2006
“Kolner Galerien.” Frankfurter Allgemeine. March 31.
Bonham-Carter, Charlotte. “Stuck on You: It’s hard to tell the princes from the frogs in a
collaborative show.” Art Review. June/July: 25.
Burton, Johanna. “Just Past: Rachel Harrison’s Lagerstaetten.” Parkett. May: 150–159.
Cotter, Holland. “Motore Immobile.” New York Times. March 31: E33.
Foell, Heike. Helmut Draxter, Clemens Kruemmel, and Andre Rottmann. “Der Terror der
Nettigkeit.” Texte zur Kunst. June: 232.
Hess, Barbara. “Voyeurismus Zweiten Grades.” Texte zur Kunst. September: 252–255.
Lorch, Catrin. “Anfassen ausdruecklich erlaubt: Ein Rundgang durch.” Metropolis. 85–86.
Mahovsky, Trevor. “Rachel Harrison and Scott Lyall: Contemporary Art Gallery.” Artforum.
September: 386.
Mendelsohn, Adam E. “Pose and Sculpture.” Time Out New York. July 27–August 2: 71.
Miles, Christopher. “Scott Lyall and Rachel Harrison remain true to themselves—but also
accessorize each other—in their first collaboration at LACE.” Los Angeles Times.
August 14: E4.
Porter, Jenelle. “Ten Contemporary Artists.” Believer. December/January: 28–37.

2005
Baker, George. “Photography’s Expanded Field.” October. Fall: 120–140.
Baumann, Daniel. “Rachel Harrison, Skulptur, Sculpture.” Spike. Winter: 50–57.
Beshty, Walead. “Rachel Harrison.” ArtReview. March: 93.
Jackson, Matthew Jesse. “New Work: Rachel Harrison, San Francisco Museum of Modern
Art.” CAA.Reviews. April 26: .
Kerr, Merrily. “The 54th Carnegie International.” Flash Art. January: 51.
Lorch, Catrin. “Auf die Platze, Fetisch, los!” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. July 19.
Mulholland, Neil. “Glasgow International.” Flash Art. July–September: 51.
Peter, Mick. “Rachel Harrison.” Frieze. September: 139.
Princenthal, Nancy. “Rachel Harrison at Greene Naftali.” Art in America. January: 116.
Scott, Andrea. “The new new things.” Time Out New York. June 2–8: 73.
Searle, Adrian. “I Didn’t Laugh. I Ran.” Guardian. April 26: 12–13.
Sholis, Brian. “Two Into One” and Catherine Wood, “The Stuff: Rachel Harrison's Sculpture.” Afterall. Spring/Summer: 36–52.
Siegel, Katy. “2004 Carnegie International.” Artforum. January: 175.
Smith, Roberta. “The Jeweleigha Set.” New York Times. July 15: E32.
Smith, Roberta. “The Many Shades of Now, Explored in 3 Dimensions.” New York Times.
May 27: E37.
Volk, Gregory. “Report from Pittsburgh: Let’s Get Metaphysical.” Art in America. March:
63–69.

2004
“Rachel Harrison.” New Yorker. May 31: 14.
Bankowsky, Jack. “Best of 2004.” Artforum. December: 162–163.
Burnett, Craig. “Camden Arts Centre, London.” Frieze. April: 87.
Burton, Johanna. “The ‘Urmaterial’ Urge.” Parkett. July: 3–8.
Chasin, Noah. “Rachel Harrison: Greene Naftali Gallery.” Time Out New York. June 10–17.
Hainley, Bruce. “The Consensus Thief.” New York Times Style Magazine. Fall: 276–277.
Halle, Howard. “Slouching Towards Bethlehem.” Time Out New York. August 19–26.
Harris, Jane. “Rachel Harrison.” Village Voice. May 19–25: 89.
Harrison, Rachel. “Dark Bay or Brown Philly.” Texte Zur Kunst. June: 129–134. (Artist’s
project.)
Harrison, Rachel. “Empire State.” Artforum. October.
Hunt, Ian. “Christopher Wool/Rachel Harrison/Cerith Wyn Evans.” Art Monthly. March: 31.
Johnson, Ken. “Pittsburgh Rounds Up A Globe Full of Work Made in Novel Ways.” New York
Times. November 4: E1, E6.
Kelsey, John. “Lakta/Latkas.” Artforum. November: 225.
Kerr, Merrily. “Rachel Harrison.” Flash Art. July–September: 63.
Lafuente, Pablo. “Stand and Deliver.” ArtReview. June: 22.
Raskin, Lisi. “Review.” C Magazine. Fall: 43.
Saltz, Jerry. “Blotto, Meet Buzzed.” Village Voice. May 19–25: 89.
Searle, Adrian. “Northern Lights.” Guardian. February 5: G2: 10–11.
Smith, Roberta. “Rachel Harrison: Latka/Latkas.” New York Times. June 11: E38.
Wilkinson, Dan. “Camden Arts Centre Reopens.” Flash Art. March–April.

2003
“Best New Art Star.” Time Out New York. December 26–January 2: 17.
“Rachel Harrison.” Flash Art. July–September: 103.
Bianchi, Paolo and Thomas Wulffen. “Biennale Venedig: The Structure of Survival.”
Kunstforum International. August–October.
Burton, Johanna. “Reviews: Rachel Harrison.” Time Out New York. August 7–14: 66.
Davidson, Robert A. “Introduction: Spaces of Immigration ‘Prevention’: Interdiction and
the Nonplace.” diacritics. Fall/winter: 3–18. (Artwork included on cover and
throughout journal.)
Rothkopf, Scott. “In the Bag.” Artforum. September: 175–177, 240.
Smith, Roberta. “Matthew Marks Gallery.” New York Times. July 18: E31.

2002
“Masstabwechsel.” Tip Magazin. March.
“Round Table. George Baker, Rosalind Krauss, Benjamin Buchloh, Andrea Fraser, David
Joselit, James Meyer, Robert Storr, Hal Foster, John Miller, Helen Molesworth.”
October. Spring: 200–228.
Anton, Saul. “Shelf Life.” Artforum. November: 162–164, 202, 210. (Cover.)
Baker, George. “Mild About Larry: Film Rebuff.” Aftforum. May: 167–168.
Bell, Kirsty. “Reviews.” Frieze. June/July/August: 123.
Hainley Bruce. “Blind Alleys.” Artforum. November: 162–169, 210. (Cover.)
———. “Rachel Harrison: Milwaukee Art Museum.” Artforum, September.
———. “Mild About Larry: Trust Buster.” Artforum. May: 165–166, 196.
Harrison, Rachel, “Location, Location, Location.” (Artist’s project.) Cabinet, Spring: 32, 66.
Hujer, Elaine. “Wedding Scene as Artworks.” The Hamilton Spectator. November 2.
Molesworth, Helen. “Rachel Harrison.” Documents 21. Fall/Winter: 49–53.
Nickas, Bob. “Mild About Larry: Multiple Voice.” Artforum. May: 162–164
Princenthal, Nancy. “Report from New York: Whither the Whitney Biennial?” Art in America.
June: 49–53.
Schjeldahl, Peter. “Do It Yourself.” New Yorker. March: 98–99.

2001
Alder, Dan. “Rachel Harrison at Greene Naftali.” Art in America. November.
Basilico, Stefano. “Perth Amboy.” Time Out New York. April 19–26: 60.
Hunt, David. “Perth Amboy.” Artext. June–July: 79–80.
Levin, Kim. “Voice Choice.” Village Voice. April 17: 86.
Richard, Frances. “New York: Critics Picks,” Artforum online. March 3:
.
Schwabsky, Barry. “Perth Amboy.” Artforum. Summer: 184.
Smith, Roberta. “Perth Amboy.” New York Times. April 13: E33.

2000
Arning, Bill. “The Harrison Effect.” TRANS>. July 2000: 168–179.
Guelicher, Nina. “Trash Poetic in the Garden.” Blitz Review. March.
Johnson, Ken. “Photasm.” New York Times. November 3: E36.
Moffatt, Laura. “New York Projects.” Art Monthly. September: 48–49.
Moody, Tom. “Secondary Sculptures.” Sculpture. June: 40–45.

1999
Bell, J. Bower. “Rachel Harrison.” Review. June 1.
Halle, Howard. “Rachel Harrison.” Time Out New York. June 17–24: 58.
Harrison, Helen. “Stepping Beyond the Traditional in Still.” New York Times. October 10:
E14.
Hegarty, Laurence. “Monochrome: Patrick Callery Gallery.” New Art Examiner. July/August:
53.
Humphrey, David. “New York e-Mail.” Art Issues. September/October: 42–43.
Johnson, Ken. “Rachel Harrison.” New York Times. June 11: E32.
Schmerler, Sarah. “Garbage Fan.” ARTnews. September: 86.

1998
“98 People to Watch in ’98.” Time Out New York. January 29–February 5.
Arning, Bill. “Camera Shy.” Time Out New York. November 19–26: 63.
Dikeou, Devon. “Paper Trail: Pierogi 2000.” zingmagazine. Fall: 244–247.
Glueck, Grace. “New Photography 14.” New York Times. October 30: E38.
Greene, David A. “Rec Room.” Village Voice. February 3: 139.
Hanks, Victoria. “Rachel Harrison.” New York Arts Magazine. June.
Levin, Kim. “Rachel Harrison.” Village Voice. June 15.
Scott, Whitney. “F-stop wonderland.” New York Post. October 24: 48–49.

1997
Arning, Bill. “Rachel Harrison; The Look of Dress Separates.” Time Out New York. April
10–17: 49.
Cotter, Holland. “The Experimenters.” New York Times. January 10: A22.
Dikeou, Devon. “The Look of Dress Separates.” zingmagazine. Summer: 244–247.
Fineman, Mia. “Rachel Harrison at Greene Naftali.” artnet.com. May 21:
97.asp/>.
Mitchell, Charles Dee. “Rachel Harrison at Greene Naftali.” Art in America. December: 93–
94.
Smith, Roberta. “Current Undercurrent: Working in Brooklyn.” New York Times, October
10: E35.

1996
Arning, Bill. “Rachel Harrison; The Look of Dress Seperates.” Time Out New York. April
10–17: 28
———. “Space, Mind, Place.” Time Out New York. July 17.
Barrett, David. “Sex, Drugs and Explosives.” Art Monthly Magazine. May: 29–30.
Mitchell, Charles Dee. “Eastern Seeboard.” Dallas Morning News. November 28: A49.
Pall, Ellen. “The Do-it-yourself Dealers,” New York Times Magazine. September 1: 28–35.
Postel, Geraldine. “Rachel Harrison.” zingmagazine. Winter/Spring: 212–213.
Reid, Calvin. “Rachel Harrison at Arena.” Art in America. September: 114.
Saltz, Jerry. “Summer Group Show/ Greene Naftali.” Time Out New York. July 24–July 30:
34.
Schjeldahl, Peter. “Hudson’s Way.” Village Voice. July 2: 87.
Schmerler, Sarah. Review, Time Out New York, March 27–April 3: 24.
Servetar, Stuart. “Space, Mind, Place.” New York Press. July 17.
Smith Roberta. “Rachel Harrison—Arena Gallery.” New York Times. March 15: C27.
———. “Space, Mind, Place.” New York Times. July 19: C26.

1995
Borum, Jennifer. “Looky Loo, High Anxiety.” Artforum. December: 91–92.
Schjeldahl, Peter. “Gallery Legs.” Village Voice. May 30: 81.

1994
Craddock, Sarah. “Gallery Tight.” London Times. July 5.
Smith, Roberta. “For the New Galleries of the ’90s, Small (and Cheap) Is Beautiful.” New
York Times. April 22: C1.
Lillington, David. “Tight.” The Tannery Time Out London. July 6–13: 51.

1993
Smith, Roberta. “Examining Culture Through its Castoffs.” New York Times. November 28:
39, 44.
———.“Seven Rooms/Seven Shows.” New York Times. January 8: C18.
Wallach, Amei. “SoHo’s Museum Row.” New York Newsday. April 2

1992
McConaughy, Claire. “Grunge Ho: A New Emphasis on Degeneration of Presentation
Reintegration.” COVER. March: 18–19.
Mahoney, Robert. “unlearning.” ARTS magazine. March: 81.
Kelly, Chistina. “What Now.” Sassy. March: 43.


Public Collections

Albright Knox Museum, Buffalo, NY
Art Gallery at Ontario, Toronto
Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago
Astrup Fearnley Museum, Oslo, Norway
Baltimore Museum of Art
Blanton Museum of Art, Austin
Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh
Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus
The Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University
The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles
Hessel Museum of Art, Annandale-on-Hudson
Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C.
LACMA, Los Angeles
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Migros Museum fuer Gegenwartskunst, Zurich
Musee des Beaux-Arts de Montreal, Montreal
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam
MOCA, Los Angeles
MCA, Chicago
Museum Ludwig, Cologne
Museum of Modern Art, New York
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Seattle Museum of Art
SFMOMA, San Francisco, CA
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut