David Kordansky Gallery

  • Affluent Poet, 2016, powder coated aluminum, wiring, lighting controller, bulbs, 10 x 7 1/2 x 9 1/4 inches (25.4 x 19.1 x 23.5 cm)
  • Untitled, 2016, plaster, steel, spent batteries, 97 1/2 x 36 x 21 inches (247.7 x 91.4 x 53.3 cm)
  • Untitled, 2016, (detail) plaster, steel, spent batteries, 97 1/2 x 36 x 21 inches (247.7 x 91.4 x 53.3 cm)
  • Indoor Light, 2016, steel, cardboard, aqua-resin, celluclay, paint, 92 x 164 x 89 inches (233.7 x 416.6 x 226.1 cm)
  • Sport, 2015, bronze, oil paint, 96 x 22 x 34 inches (243.8 x 55.9 x 86.4 cm)
  • Aphorism, 2015, steel, Sculptamold, plaster, paint, graphite, 58 x 18 x 45 inches(147.3 x 45.7 x 114.3 cm)
  • Dodecastack, 2015, cast aluminum, powder coat, high-temp spray paint, lightbulbs and fixtures, wiring, lighting controller, 124 x 17 x 17 inches (315 x 43.2 x 43.2 cm)
  • Mobius band pierced by ball traveling in one direction, 2013, steel, Aqua-Resin, fiberglass, celluclay, fabric, polyester batting, water-based paint, lacquer, 80 x 103 1/8 x 27 inches (203.2 x 261.9 x 68.6 cm)
  • Double David, 2012, bronze, 98 1/2 x 19 x 16 inches (250.2 x 48.3 x 40.6 cm), Edition of 3, with 1 AP
  • All of this and nothing, 2011, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA, Installation view
  • 51-55, 2009, steel, Sculptamold, lead, paint, each unit approximately 68 x 48 x 40 inches, (172.7 x 121.9 x 101.6 cm)
  • 51-55, 2009, (detail) steel, Sculptamold, lead, paint, each unit approximately 68 x 48 x 40 inches (172.7 x 121.9 x 101.6 cm)
  • Project Series #35, 2008, Pomona College Museum of Art, Claremont, CA, Installation view
  • Relative Frequency, 2008, inflated inner tube, painted concrete, steel, necklace chain, 76 x 44 inches (193 x 112 cm)
  • Dialectic, 2006, cinderblocks, plaster, steel, brass, lightbulbs and fixtures, lighting controller, 87 x 74 1/2 x 110 inches (221 x 189.2 x 279.4 cm)
  • Dialectic, 2006, (detail) cinderblocks, plaster, steel, brass, lightbulbs and fixtures, lighting controller, 87 x 74 1/2 x 110 inches (221 x 189.2 x 279.4 cm)
  • Despair, 2005, welded steel, steel ball, wood, 92.5 x 96.13 x 96.13 inches (235 x 244 x 244 cm)
  • Non-Alchemical Transmutation Model, 2005, steel, Cel-Vinyl-painted steel, plaster, papier mache, graphite, dyed sisal rope, 43 x 16 x 13 inches (109.2 x 40.6 x 33 cm)
  • Power, plaster, sisal, steel, batteries, fluorescent light, 39 x 33 x 18 inches (99.1 x 83.8 x 45.7 cm)
  • Sunflower, 2004, paint, dried sunflower, dried corn, welded steel, 52 x 24 x 14 inches (132.1 x 61 x 35.6 cm)
  • .001 Seconds, 2001, steel, aluminum, Styrofoam, papier mache, 106 x 105 x 72 inches, (269.2 x 266.7 x 185.4 cm)
  • Music of Chopin Performed on the Reversed Piano, 2001, audio recording on Compact Disc, 50 minutes 14 seconds, Edition of 1000
  • Incense Sculpture, 2001, steel, plaster, carpet, incense, 37 x 53 x 30 inches (94 x 134.6 x 76.2 cm)
  • The Interval, 2001, wood, plaster, metal, paint, Casio keyboard, 73 x 35 x 22 inches (185.4 x 88.9 x 55.9 cm)
  • Color Theory Stick, 2000, wood, acrylic paint, metal, 70 x 42 1/8 x 44 inches (177.8 x 107 x 111.8 cm)
  • Reverse Piano Drawing, 2000, ink on paper, 52 x 51 inches (132.1 x 129.5 cm
  • Left-Handed Guitartist, 1998, Styrofoam, plaster, paper, graphite, 63 x 61 x 52 in (160 x 154.9 x 132.1 cm)
  • Smell Oven, 1997, wood, FRP panel, hardware, glass, rubber glove, foam, hot plate, skillet, bacon, galvanized ducting, duct tape, dimensions variable, box dimensions: 48 x 36 x 36 inches (121.9 x 91.4 x 91.4 cm)

Biography

born 1967, Whittier, CA
lives and works in Los Angeles, CA


EDUCATION

1997
MFA, University of California, Los Angeles, CA

1989
BA, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA


SELECTED SOLO / TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS
(* indicates a publication)

2017
Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, NY

2016
Evan Holloway, David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2014
California Ras Shamra, Xavier Hufkens, Brussels, Belgium

2012
*Trees, Heads and Molds, Xavier Hufkens, Brussels, Belgium
Post-process plunk, The Approach, London, England

2010
Experimental and Professional, Harris Lieberman, New York, NY

2009
The Approach, London, England

2008
Projects Series #35, Pomona College Museum of Art, Claremont, CA

2007
Scripted and Sourced, Raucci Santamaria, Naples, Italy

2006
$ocial Epi$temology, Harris Lieberman Gallery, New York, NY

2005
Analogue counter revolution, The Approach, London, England
A Voyage to Laputa, Xavier Hufkens, Brussels, Belgium

2004
I Donʼt Exist, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, CA
Art Now, with Dave Muller, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA

2003
Evan Holloway, Gary Webb, The Approach, London, England
A White Hunter, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, CA

2002
Xavier Hufkens, Brussels, Belgium
Raucci/Santamaria Gallery, Naples, Italy

2001
New Work, The Approach, London, England
Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, CA

1999
Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, CA

1997
Black Cabinet, Marc Foxx, Santa Monica, CA
Drum Box, Room 702, Los Angeles, CA


SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
(* indicates a publication)

2017
Please fasten your seat belt as we are experiencing some turbulence, Leo Xu Projects, Shanghai, China
*Los Angeles – A Fiction, curated by Gunnar B. Kvaran, Thierry Raspail, and Nicolas Garait-Leavenworth, with advisory from Hans Ulrich Obrist, Ali Subotnick and Alex Israel, Musée d’art Contemporain de Lyon, Lyon, France

2016
*Los Angeles – A Fiction, curated by Gunnar B. Kvaran, Thierry Raspail, and Nicolas Garait, Astrup Fearnley Museet, Olso, Norway
Progressive Praxis, de la Cruz Collection Contemporary Art Space, Miami, FL
Triples, The Approach, London, England
Don’t Look Back: The 1990s at MOCA, The Geffen Contemporary, Los Angeles, CA

2015
Still Life: Capturing the Moment, Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Desert, CA
You’ve Got to Know the Rules … to Break Them, De La Cruz Collection,
Contemporary Art Space, Miami, FL

2014
Another Cats Show, 365 Mission, Los Angeles, CA
The Fifth Wall, Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, CA

2013
Theatrical Gestures, The Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Herzliya, Israel
Lightness of Being, Public Art Fund, City Hall Park, New York, NY

2012
Give me Head: Selected Paintings and Sculpture, James Harris Gallery, Seattle, WA
Viva la Raspberries, Harris Lieberman Gallery, New York, NY

2011
*American Exuberance, Rubell Family Collection, Miami, FL
Knock, Knock! From the Collection of Paul and Sara Monroe, Anderson Gallery, Virginia
Commonwealth Gallery, Richmond, VA
There are two sides to every coin and two sides to your face, curated by Carlos Cadenas, Galerie Xippas, Paris, France
Group show with Rose Wylie, The Approach, London, England
*All of this and nothing, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA
The Artistʼs Museum, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA
*Home Show, Revisited, Santa Barbara Contemporary Art Forum, Santa Barbara, CA

2010
Kurt, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA
Everynight, I go to sleep, Stuart Shave/Modern Art, London, England
HEAD, The Approach, London, England
*At Home/Not at Home: Works from the Collection of Martin and Rebecca Eisenberg, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
The Secret Knows, LAND at The Virgin Mobile Freehouse, Austin, TX
Afterglow: Rethinking West Coast Light and Space Art, Wiegand Gallery, University of Notre Dame de Namur, Belmont, CA”
Multiple Pleasures: Functional Objects in Contemporary Art, curated by Nathalie
Karg/Cumulus Studios, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York, NY

2009
Play, Prakke Contemporary and Paradise Row, London, England
*Moby Dick, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, CA
Art of the Sea, Beaufort03, Ostend, Belgium
Second Nature: The Valentine-Adelson Collection, The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA

2008
*The Wizard of Oz, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, CA
Songs Informing a Sculpture of the Tin Man, (in conjunction with The Wizard of Oz at Wattis) Eric Bene Project Space, Hollywood, CA
The Impossible Prison, curated by Alex Farquharson, the Police Station at the Galleries of Justice, Nottingham, England
*2008 California Biennial, Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA
Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, CA
Globetrotters, Sister Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2007
Ensemble, curated by Christian Marclay, Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA
For Ree, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, CA
Sculptorsʼ Drawings: Ideas, Studies, Sketches, Proposals and More, Angles Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
Oliver Twist, Rental Gallery, New York, NY
My Flashing Laundrette, Raucci/Santamaria Gallery, Naples, Italy
Designomite, Black Dragon Society, Los Angeles, CA
Time Difference, Initial Access, Manchester, Englad

2006
Street Signs and Solar Ovens: Socialcraft in Los Angeles, The Craft and Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles, CA
Trash + Treasure, Miliken Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden
FOCA Fellowship: Vincent Fecteau, Evan Holloway, Monica Majoli, The Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, CA
*The Uncertainty of Objects & Ideas, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.
Gone Formalism, Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA

2005
Drunk vs. Stoned II, Gavin Brownʼs enterprise, New York, NY
Think Blue, Blum & Poe, Los Angeles, CA
Sculptures dʼappartment, Musée départemental d’art contemporain de Rochechouart, Rochechouart, France
Gallery Artist, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, CA
CA, curated by Max Henry, Art Athina, Helexpo Exhibition Centre, Maroussi, Greece
Rogue Wave, LA Louver, Los Angeles, CA
A Walk to Remember, organized by Jens Hoffmann, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles, CA
Paper, Nicole Klagsbrun, New York, NY
We Disagree, The Wrong Gallery at Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY

2004
Painting on Sculpture, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York, NY
for nobody knows himself if he is only himself and not another at the same time, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, CA
*Baja to Vancouver: The West Coast in Contemporary Art, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, WA; Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, CA; Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, Canada; CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, CA
Warped Space, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, CA
Oases, Los Angeles, CA

2003
Evan Holloway, Matthew Ronay, Hiroshi Sugito, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, CA
*The Moderns, Castello di Rivoli, Turin, Italy
*Guided by Heroes, Z33, Hasselt, Belgium
Youngstars, Krinzinger Projekte, Vienna, Austria

2002
*Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
A Show That Will Show That a Show Is Not Only a Show, The Project, Los Angeles, CA
My Head Is On Fire But My Heart Is Full Of Love, Charlottenborg Exhibition Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark
*California Biennial, Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA
Rock My World, California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA
Now is the Time, Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs, New York, NY
Officina America, Galleria DʼArte Moderna di Bologna, Bologna, Italy

2001
*The Americans. New Art., Barbican, London, England
The Fact Show conceptual art today, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, PA
FreeStanding, Beaver College Art Gallery, Glenside, PA
ROCK, Vilma Gold, London, England
*Mise-en-Scène: New LA Sculpture, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, CA

2000
SHOCKWAVE, Raucci/Santamaria Gallery, Naples, Italy
extraextralarge; 3 day weekend, Kapinos Gallery, Berlin, Germany
I Can Live With That; 3 day weekend, The Approach, London, England
*Mise-en-Scène: New LA Sculpture, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA

1999
Standing Still & Walking In Los Angeles, Gagosian Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Caught, 303 Gallery, New York, NY
Play Mode, University of California, Irvine, CA; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

1998
Obviously 5 Believers, curated by Brian Olson, Action: Space, Los Angeles, CA
Plaats, W139, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Brighten the Corners, curated by Dennis Cooper, Marianne Boesky, New York, NY
Low, Marc Foxx, Los Angeles, CA
Local Heroes, Beyond Baroque, Venice, Italy

1997
Malibu Sex Party, PURPLE, Los Angeles, CA
Work and Progress, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles, CA
5 Emerging Artists, Dan Bernier, Los Angeles, CA
Wish You Were Here, University of California, Los Angeles, CA

1996
Escape to L.A., El Mirador Apartments, Los Angeles, CA
Video Povera, California State University, Los Angeles, CA
Lexicanus Linguisticus, 504 Gallery, Tacoma, WA
Group Show, Court C Space, Tacoma, WA

1994
Puget Soundings, Commencement Gallery, Tacoma, WA
Einsteinʼs Birthday, Duff Gallery, Tacoma, WA

1993
About Face, Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA
Commencement, Commencement Gallery, Tacoma, WA


PERFORMANCES

2000
Three Musical Lengths, As I Love You, You Become More Pretty, Karin Gulbranʼs Garden Exhibition, June 10-11, 2000

1998
Broadcast Moment, LA X-Ray, KPFK, April 23, 1998


AWARDS

2005
FOCA Grant

2004
Penny McCall Foundation Award

2002
Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Award


RESIDENCY

2003
Jentel Artists Residency Program, Banner, WY


BIBLIOGRAPHY
(* indicates non-periodical book, catalog, or other publication)

2016
*Los Angeles: A Fiction, Astrup Fearnley Museet, 2016, p.238
Vilasco, Mathieu, “Never Good Enough,” Highsnobiety, Fall/Winter 2016, pp. 134-141
“Evan Holloway,” Artforum, The Artists’ Artists, December 2016, pp. 92-112
Neuendorf, Henri, “Gallerist David Kordansky on Today’s Market, and the LA Art Scene,” Artnet.com, People, October 26, 2016
Forbes, Alexander, “What Sold at Frieze London and Frieze Masters,” Artsy.net, October 8, 2016
Wright, Karen, “Frieze Art Fair and Frieze Masterpiece, Regent’s Park, review: ‘I loved the work of Istanbul artist Hüseyin Bahri Alptekin, who sadly died too young in 2007,” Independent.co.uk, October 7, 2016
Zappas, Lindsay Preston, “Evan Holloway at David Kordansky Gallery,” carla, Issue 4, Spring 2016, pp. 43-44
Griffin, Jonathan, “Evan Holloway: David Kordansky,” Art in America, April 2016, pp. 119-120
Fox, Dan, “Evan Holloway,” Frieze.com, Review, March 30, 2016
Stucker, Cecelia, “Evan Holloway Exhibition at David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles,” Purple.fr, March 23, 2016
“Evan Holloway,” MousseMagazine.it, March 12, 2016
Schwendener, Martha, “A Bit More Conventional, but Eye-Catching Still,” The New York Times, March 5, 2016, pp. C1-C2
Tarmy, James, “Eight Artworks You Should Buy at New York’s Armory Arts Week,” Bloomberg.com, March 4, 2016
Gottschalk, Molly, “Independent Sheds Its Scrappy Image for a 2016 Edition That Puts the Emphasis on the Art,” Artsy.com, March 4, 2016
Pagel, David, “With these Evan Holloway sculptures the possibilities are almost infinite,” LATimes.com, Arts & Culture, February 24, 2016
Zellen, Jody, “David Kordansky: Evan Holloway,” ArtilleryMag.com, February 17, 2016
Wagley, Catherine, “5 Free Art Shows You Should See In L.A. This Week,” LAWeekly.com, February
17, 2016
Dethal, Lor, “Evan Holloway Sculptures On View At David Kordansky Gallery,” Widewalls.ch, February 16, 2016
Miranda, Carolina A., “Datebook: The art of rust, the gallery system deconstructed, art and the spiritual,” LATimes.com, Datebook, February 11, 2016
Miranda, Carolina A., “Datebook: An artist flea market, art of the noir and the iconic woodwork of Sam Maloof,” LATimes.com, Datebook, February 11, 2016
Khemsurov, Monica, “Saturday Selects: Week of February 1, 2016,” SightUnseen.com, February 6, 2016
Indrisek, Scott, “5 Must-See Shows in Los Angeles,” BlouinArtInfo.com, February 3, 2016
Bradley, Paige K., “Ooh LA LA,” Artforum.com, Diary, February 3, 2016

2015
*Rubell Family Collection: Highlights & Artists Writings, Volume 1, Miami: Rubell Family Collection, 2015, p. 450
Forrest, Nicholas, “Dealer’s Notebook: Q&A with Gallerist Xavier Hufkens,” enfr.BlouinArtInfo.com, October 19, 2015
Chu, Christie, “9 Important Fashion Designers With Incredible Art Collections,” Artnet.com, May 23, 2015
Goldstein, Andrew M., “Gallerist David Kordansky on the Explosion of the L.A. Art Scene,” Artspace.com, January 28, 2015


2014
Sinclair, Julie, “Artful Living,” PalmSpringsLife.com, December 2014
McGivern, Hannah, “De la Cruz Collection: let’s get figurative,” TheArtNewspaper.com, December 4, 2015
Goldstein, Melissa, “Fair Grounds,” C Magazine, October 2014, pp. 52, 144
Marfil, Lorelei, “Frieze Art Fair Thrives Amid Slowdown,” WWD.com, October 21, 2014
Wagley, Catherine, “5 Artsy Things to Do in L.A. This Week, Including Kake, Kake, Kake,” LAWeekly.com, August 27, 2014
“Project Series 35: Evan Holloway at the Pomona College Museum of Art,” ArtDaily.org, February 21, 2014

2013
*Evan Holloway, texts by Bruce Hainley, Liz Kotz, and Ralph Rugoff, London: Ridinghouse, 2013

2012
*Evan Holloway, Trees Heads Molds, texts by Mark Grotjahn and Michael Ned Holte, Brussels: Xavier Hufkens, 2012
“Evan Holloway: Post-Process Plunk,” Port-Magazine.com, October 26, 2012
“Evan Holloway. Post-process plunk,” WSIMagazine.com, October 24, 2012

2011
*Ellegood, Anne, and Douglas Fogle, All of this and nothing, Hammer Museum, New York: Prestel Publishing, 2011
*Home Show, Revisited, Santa Barbara: Santa Barbara Contemporary Art Forum, 2011
Vargas, Whitney, “The Show of the Season: Raf Simons collection,” The Wall Street Journal, August 25, 2011
Knight, Christopher, “Itʼs all over the map: Traverse Santa Barbara during ʻHome Show, Revisitedʼ,” Los Angeles Times, June 23, 2011
Lehrer-Graiwer, Sarah, “All of This and Nothing,” Artforum, May 2011
Griffin, Jonathan, “All of This and Nothing,” Frieze, April 2011

2010
*Collins, Judith, Sculpture Today, London: Phaidon, 2010
*Moby Dick, texts by Jens Hoffmann and Alexander Nemerov, San Francisco: CCA
Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, 2010
Malone, Micah, “Kurt”, Artforum.com, Criticsʼ Picks, May 2010

2009
*The Wizard of Oz, texts by Jens Hoffmann and Rebecca Loncraine, San Francisco: CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, 2009
*Vitamin 3-D: New Perspectives in Sculpture and Installation, London: Phaidon, 2009
“Evan Holloway,” ThisLongCentury.com, July 2009
Yu, David, “A Balancing Act,” ArtSlant.com, March 2009
Rappolt, Mark, “The Conservative Anarchist,” ArtReview, March 2009
Griffin, Jonathan, “The Impossible Prison,” Frieze, March 2009

2008
*2008 California Biennial, texts by Joshua Decter, Lauri Firstenberg, Rene Peralta, Newport Beach: Orange County Museum of Art, 2008
*Red Eye: L.A. Artists from the Rubell Family Collection, texts by Mark Coetzee, Michael
Darling, Michael Ned Holte, and Jason Rubell, Miami: Rubell Family Collection, 2008
Knight, Christopher, “Low-tech, yet high on wow,” Los Angeles Times, May 2, 2008
Grider, Nicholas, “In Between,” Artslant.com, January 20, 2008

2007
*Ice Cream: Contemporary Art in Culture, texts by Midori Matsui, Philippe Vergne, and Jens Hoffmann, London: Phaidon, 2007
*The Uncertainty of Objects and Ideas: Recent Sculpture, texts by Anne Ellegood, Johanna Burton, and Olga Viso, Washington, D.C.: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, 2007
Kuo, Michelle, “Review: The Uncertainty of Objects and Ideas,” Artforum, February 2007
Bellini, Andrea, “New York Tales,” Flash Art, January/February 2007

2006
Stevens, Mark, and Karen Rosenberg, “Best of 2006: Art,” New York Magazine, December 18, 2006
Smith, Roberta, “Evan Holloway: Social Epistemology,” The New York Times, November 17, 2006
Kerr, Merrily, “Evan Holloway,” Time Out New York, November 16-22, 2006
Rappolt, Mark, “The Man Who Sold the World,” i-D, Issue No. 264, March 2006

2005
*LA Artland: Contemporary Art From Los Angeles, texts by Chris Kraus, Jan Tumlir, and Jane McFadden, London: Black Dog Publishing, 2005
“100 Future Greats,” ArtReview, December 2005
Adler, Dan, “Evan Holloway at Marc Foxx,” Art in America, May 2005, p. 177

2004
*Baja to Vancouver: The West Coast and Contemporary Art, edited by Ralph Rugoff, texts by Douglas Coupland, Lisa Robertson, and Matthew Stadler, San Francisco: CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, 2004
Triming, Lee, and Dennis Cooper, “Evan Holloway: Third Space,” Flash Art, November / December 2004, pp. 102-104
Sholis, Brian, “Review at Marc Foxx, Los Angeles,” Artforum.com, November 5, 2004
Pagel, David, “A groups power to unsettle us,” Los Angeles Times, October 22, 2004, p. E20

2003
*Guided by Heroes, Hasselt: Z33, 2003
*Intra, Giovanni, “When Bad Attitude Becomes Form,” The Moderns, Turin: Castello di Rivoli, 2003
Simons, Raf, “Another Thing I Wanted to Tell You: Evan Holloway,” Another Magazine, Spring/Summer 2003, p. 102
Sanders, Mark, “The American Dollar Bill,” Another Magazine, Curated Portfolio, Spring/Summer 2003
Pagel, David, “A video exhibit that mocks video,” Los Angeles Times, January 17, 2003, p. E34

2002
*Rinder, Lawrence, “Evan Holloway,” Whitney Biennial 2002, New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 2002, p. 107
Pontégnie, Anne, “Evan Holloway at Xavier Hufkens,” Artforum.com, Summer 2002
“JMB,” Brussel Deze Week, August 22-29, 2002
Wilson, Michael, “2002 Whitney Biennial,” Frieze, June-August 2002
Farquharson, Alex, “‘The Americans: New Art,” Artforum, March 2002, p. 136
OʼReilly, Sally, “Evan Holloway at The Approach,” Frieze, March 2002, pp. 88-89
Gellatly, Andrew, “2002 California Biennial,” Frieze, January / February 2002, pp. 99-100
Gellatly, Andrew, “the americans. new art,” Frieze, January-February 2002

2001
*Sladen, Mark, “Young Americans,” The Americans. New Art., Barbican, texts by Bruce Hainley, Katy Siegel, Bennett Simpson, John Slyce, and Mark Sladen, London: Booth-Clibborn Editions, 2001, pp. 50-55
Hainley, Bruce, “Top 10,” Artforum, December 2001, p. 104
Marie, Annika, “Evan Holloway at Marc Foxx,” Art Issues, September / October 2001, p. 47
Harvey, Doug, “Snapshot: Multiple Exposures,” LA Weekly, June 22-28, 2001, p. 53
Pagel, David, “Evan Holloway at Marc Foxx: A Few Tests to See How Much Input the Brain Can Handle,” Los Angeles Times, June 8, 2001 , p. F2
Coles, Sadie, “Mario Testinoʼs Art Index,” V, May / June 2001
Intra, Giovanni, “Evan Holloway: When Bad Attitude Becomes Form,” Art/Text, No. 72, February / April 2001, pp. 52-53
Bonetti, David, “Bay City Best; Top Picks For The Coming Week,” San Francisco Chronicle Magazine, January 28, 2001, p. 4
Baker, Kenneth, “Just Look at the Sculpture and there is Los Angeles,” San Francisco Chronicle, January 27, 2001 , pp. B1, B10
Romeo, Filippo, “Shockwave,” Flash Art International, December/January 2001, p. 122

2000
*Mise-en-Scène: New LA Sculpture, Santa Monica: Santa Monica Museum of Art, 2000
Blackwell, Josh, “Mise-en-Scène: New LA Sculpture,” Art Issues, September/October 2000, p. 56
Knight, Christopher, “Mise-en-Scène: A Web of Illusion,” Los Angeles Times, June 28, 2000, pp. F9-10
Hainley, Bruce, “Towards a Funner Laocoon,” Artforum, Summer 2000, pp. 166-173

1999
*Play Mode, Irvine: University of California, Irvine, 1999
Schwabsky, Barry, “Suddenly This Summer,” Art in America, October 1999, pp. 33-37
Hainley, Bruce, “Infinity and Beyond,” Frieze, Issue 47, June / August 1999, p. 90

1998
Meadows, Jason, and Evan Holloway, “Object Lesson,” Cakewalk, Fall 1998
Zyzzyva, Vol. XIV 1, Spring 1998, cover
Turner, Grady T., “Brighten the Corners,” New York Arts, May 1998, p. 25
Smith, Roberta, “Brighten the Corners: Five Artists from Los Angeles,” The New York Times, April 24, 1998
Isé, Claudine, “Group Show at Marc Foxx: Finding New Uses for Household Items,” Los Angeles Times, April 11, 1998
Hainley, Bruce, “Malibu Sex Party,” Artforum, February 1998, p. 98
Cooper, Jacqueline, “Review of Black Cabinet,” Chicago New Art Examiner, February 1998
Hainley, Bruce, “Evan Holloway at Marc Foxx,” Artforum, January 1998, p. 106

1997
Wilson, William, “Progress Offers Likable Exercise in Sculpture,” Los Angeles Times, August 12, 1997, p. F6
Cooper, Dennis, “Too Cool for School,” SPIN, July 1997, pp. 86-94
Young, Paul, “An A for Art,” BUZZ, June / July 1997, p. 34
Kandel, Susan, “Group Show at Dan Bernier: Young Ideas,” Los Angeles Times, June 13, 1997 , p. F12

1996
Cooper, Dennis, “Tots and Toys,” Artforum, December 1996, p. 13

1994
“Einsteinʼs Birthday,” Tacoma News Tribune, 1994
McLennan, Douglas, “Music Architecture Elements; Add Interest to Art Walk,” Tacoma News Tribune, February 17, 1994, p. 11

1993
“About Face,” Reflex Magazine, 1993

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