David Kordansky Gallery

  • Concerning Vietnam: Air Force One, August 1963, 2016, silkscreen with hand-painted elements, 40 1/4 x 58 inches (102.2 x 147.3 cm), framed: 46 5/16 x 62 5/16 x 1 3/4 inches (117.6 x 158.3 x 4.4 cm)
  • Sculpture of a Travel Poster for Cairo, 2015, paint on paper, 60 x 40 inches (152.4 x 101.6 cm), framed: 64 5/16 x 46 5/16 inches (163.4 x 117.6 cm), unique
  • Trapping Lions in the Scottish Highlands, 2013, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO, Installation view
  • Sexual Tension, 2013, silkscreen on canvas, wool, wood, steel, 95 x 70 x 1 inches (241.3 x 177.8 x 2.5 cm), unique
  • Written Answer, 2012, letterpress on paper, 24 x 18 inches (61 x 45.7 cm)
  • The Praying Mantis, 2012, acrylic and enamel on canvas, 72 x 60 x 1.5 inches (182.9 x 152.4 x 3.8 cm)
  • Deer Park, 2012, silkscreen and paint on paper, 47.24 x 35.04 inches (120 x 89 cm), unique, installation view
  • A question answered with a quote, 2011, Portikus, Frankfurt, Germany, Installation view
  • Contents of his wallet., 2011, linen, paper, acrylic, enamel and ink collage, 24 x 18 inches (61 x 45.7 cm)
  • Mouse Trap, Light Switch, 2010, Museum M, Leuven, Belgium, Installation view
  • Mouse Trap, Light Switch, 2010, Museum M, Leuven, Belgium, Installation view
  • How it Ends, 2010, wood, steel, enamel, balsa foam, acrylic shelf, 39.84 x 19.45 x 8.5 inches (101.2 x 49.4 x 21.6 cm)
  • Last to Know, 2009, Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO, Installation view
  • Behind Glass, 2009, silkscreen and embroidery on canvas, 95 x 60 inches (241.3 x 152.4 cm)
  • As if., 2009, silkscreen on linen, 50 x 42 inches (127 x 106.7 cm)
  • As if., 2009, (detail) silkscreen on linen, 50 x 42 inches (127 x 106.7 cm)
  • You tell me, 2008-2010, silkscreen and embroidery on canvas, 96 x 62 inches (243.8 x 157.5 cm)
  • Summer's End, 2008, letterpress on paper, 24 x 18 inches (61 x 45.7 cm), framed: 25.5 x 19.5 inches (64.8 x 49.5 cm)
  • To Say the Least, 2008, letterpress on paper, diptych, each: 38 x 29 inches (96.5 x 73.7 cm), framed, each: 40 1/8 x 31 1/8 inches (101.9 x 79.1 cm), Edition of 1, with 1 AP
  • R.S.V.P., 2008, letterpress on paper, 22 x 16 inches (55.9 x 40.6 cm), framed: 23.5 x 17.5 inches (59.7 x 44.5 cm), Edition of 1, with 1 AP
  • Poodle, 2008, words on a page, ink on paper, wood, and brass, 8.5 x 20 x 8.5 inches (21.6 x 50.8 x 21.6 cm), Edition of 3, with 1 AP
  • The Price of Admission, 2006, letterpress on paper, 24 x 18 inches (61 x 45.7 cm), framed: 25.63 x 19.63 inches (65.1 x 49.9 cm), unique
  • Social Ashtray, 2006, silkscreen and embroidery on canvas, 95 x 60 inches (241.3 x 152.4 cm)
  • Sick Decisions, 2004, silkscreen on paper, 40 x 26 inches (101.6 x 66 cm), Edition of 10

Biography

born 1971, St. Maries, ID
lives and works in New York, NY


EDUCATION

1999
MFA, Columbia University, New York, NY

1995
BA, University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA


SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS 
(* indicates a publication)

2017
Concerning Vietnam, David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2016
Vulture, HiromiYoshii, Tokyo, Japan

2015
Skirting the Issue, Casey Kaplan, New York, NY
The Manifest Destiny Billboard Project: Chapter #10: Matthew Brannon, Los Angeles Nomadic Division, Los Angeles, CA

2013
Leopard, David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
*Midlife Career Intermission, Glenn Horowitz Bookseller, East Hampton, New York, NY
*Department Store at Night (Five Impossible Films, I), curated by Alberto Salvadori, Marino Marini Museum, Florence, Italy

2012
The Ventriloquist, Office Baroque Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium

2011
Gentleman’s Relish, Casey Kaplan, New York, NY
A question answered with a quote, Portikus, Frankfurt, Germany

2010
The Inevitable and the Unnecessary, Gió Marconi Gallery, Milan, Italy
Mouse Trap, Light Switch, Museum M, Leuven, Belgium
Reservations, Ursula Blickle Stiftung, Kraitchtal, Germany
Wit’s End, David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2009
Nevertheless, The Approach, London, England

2008
The Question is a Compliment, Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, NY
Grandmothers, Galleria Gio Marconi, Milan, Italy

2007
Where Were We, Whitney Museum of American Art at Altria, New York, NY
Try and Be Grateful, AGYU, Art Gallery of York University/Toronto, Toronto, Canada

2006
Cum Together, Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, NY
Shoegazers & Graverobbers, Art 37 Basel: Statements, David Kordansky Gallery, Basel, Switzerland
Hyena, Jan Winkelmann / Berlin, Berlin, Germany

2005
Meat Eating Plants, David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Penetration, Jan Winkelmann / Berlin, Berlin, Germany

2004
Exhausted Blood & Imitation Salt, John Connelly Presents, New York, NY

2003
Tatum O’Neal’s Birthday Party, Kevin Bruk Gallery, Miami, FL

2000
Soft Rock, Künsterhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany


TWO / THREE PERSON EXHIBITIONS

2011
Predictable Feelings, Office Baroque Gallery, Antwerpen, Belgium

2010
Matthew Brannon, Katarina Burin, Charlie Harper: Permanent Transients Air-Conditioned, Country Club, Cincinnati, OH

2008
One Morning I Woke Up Very Early, with Tony Conrad & Nathan Hylden, Office Baroque, Antwerp, Belgium

2006
Social Design, curated by Angelika Stepken, Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe, Germany
Matthew Brannon, Wade Guyton, Patrick Hill, United Artists Ltd., Marfa, TX

2004
If Direction is a Look (with Sarah Morris), Galería Javier López, Madrid, Spain

2003
Snowblind, with Wade Guyton & Mungo Thomson, John Connelly Presents, New York, NY


SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS AND PROJECTS
(* indicates a publication)

2017
Mistaking the Moon for a Ball, curated by Jacob Proctor, Galerie Martin Janda, Vienna, Austria
Fleming Faloon, Office Baroque, Brussels, Belgium
True Faith, curated by Matthew Higgs, Jon Savage, and Johan Kugelberg, Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester, England

2015
The Manifest Destiny Billboard Project Exhibition, organized by LAND, various locations, Los Angeles, CA
I Hope To God You’re Not As Dumb As you Make Out, Mary Mary, Glasgow, Scotland
Rio, curated by Louis-Philippe Van Eeckhoutte, Office Baroque, Brussels, Belgium

2014
Never Look Back When Leaving, Casey Kaplan, New York, NY

2013
Trapping Lions in the Scottish Highlands, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO
Paper, Saatchi Gallery, London, England
Out of the Blue, Cortesi Contemporary, Lugano, Switzerland
Antibody, Lisa Cooley, New York, NY
*Beg, Borrow and Steal, Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Springs, CA
Set Pieces, curated by Andrew Berardini and Lauren Mackler, Cardi Black Box, Milan, Italy
Notes on Neo-Camp, curated by Chris Sharp, Office Baroque Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium
Gió Marconi @ Gerhardsen Gerner, Gerhardsen Gerner, Berlin, Germany
*The Assistants, curated by Fionn Meade, David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2012
The Feverish Library, organized in cooperation with Matthew Higgs, Petzel Gallery, New York, NY
No. 17 Group Exhibition of Gallery Artists, Casey Kaplan, New York, NY
*Brannon, Büttner, Kierulf, Kierulf, Kilpper, Bergen Kunsthall, Bergen, Norway
Struggle(s), Maison Particulière, Brussels, Belgium

2011
In the Name of the Artists – Contemporary American Art from the Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, sponsored by IGUATEMI, São Paulo Biennial Pavilion, São Paulo, Brazil
After Hours: Murals on the Bowery, Art Production Fund and the New Museum, New York, NY
*Shape of Things to Come: New Sculpture, Saatchi Gallery, London, England
*For Love Not Money, 15th Tallinn Print Triennial, KUMU Art Museum, Tallinn, Estonia
Mit Deiner Kunst; Texte Zur Kunst Editionen 1990-2010, Sammlung Haubrok Gallery, Berlin, Germany

2010
*At Home/Not at Home: Works from the Collection of Martin and Rebecca Eisenberg, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
Cabinet of Curiosities with Pablo Bronstein, Matthew Brannon, Anthea Hamilton and Wayne Kostenbaum, Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham, England
We Pictured You Reading This, Redux Contemporary Art Center, Charleston, SC
Interim in Three Rounds, Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, NY
Behind the Curtain, Gio Marconi Gallery, Milan, Italy
Owl Stretching Time, curated by Gyonata Bonvicini, Galerie Nordenhake, Berlin, Germany
Matthew Brannon, Mathew Cerletty, David Diao, Daniel Sinsel, Office Baroque, Antwerp, Belgium
The Space Between Reference and Regret, Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, NY
Permanent Transients, Country Club, Cincinnati, OH

2009
*Beg, Borrow, and Steal, Rubell Family Collection, Miami, FL
Learn to Read Art: A History of Printed Matter, curated by AA Bronson, PS.1, New York, NY; Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe, Germany
Embrace, Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO
Five, Baibakova Art Projects, Moscow, Russia
No Shoes on the Carpet, Cirrus, Los Angeles, CA
Poor. Tired. Tired. Horse., ICA, London, England
Matthew Brannon, Marcel Broodthaers, James Lee Byars, William E. Jones, David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
CODE SHARE: 5 continents, 10 biennales, 20 artists, curated by Simon Rees, Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania
Born in the morning, dead by night, curated by Tony Matelli, Leo Koenig, Inc., New York, NY
*Stuart Sherman: Nothing Up My Sleeve, curated by Jonathan Berger, Participant Inc, New York, NY

2008
*50 Moons of Saturn, curated by Daniel Birnbaum, T2 Torino Triennial, Turin, Italy
Featuring, Galerie Chez Valentin, Paris, France
Fair Market, curated by Haley Mellin, Rental Gallery, New York, NY
DISPATCH Portfolio Project #2, DISPATCH, New York, NY
One Day I Woke Up Very Early, Office Baroque Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium
Tapestry, Karyn Lovegrove Gallery at Hudson Salon, Los Angeles, CA
Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
Kunst im Hei, Captain Petzel, Berlin, Germany
*Uncertain States of America, curated by Daniel Birnbaum, Gunnar B. Kvaran, and Hans Ulrich Obrist, Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague, Czech Republic; Songzhuan Art Center, Beijing, China
Acquisitions, Gifts, and Works from Various Exhibitions 1985-2008, curated by Bob Nickas, White Columns, New York, NY

2007
Mutliplex:Directions in Art, 1970 to Now, curated by Deborah Wye, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
*USA Today: New American Art from the Saatchi Gallery, State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia
Stuff: International Contemporary Art from the Collection of Burt Aaron, Museum of Contemporary Art, Detroit, MI
On The Marriage Broker Joke, Office Baroque Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium
*Uncertain States of America, curated by Daniel Birnbaum, Gunnar B. Kvaran, and Hans Ulrich Obrist, The Centre for Contemporary Art, Warsaw, Poland; Reykjavik Art Museum, Reykjavik, Iceland; Moscow Biennial, Moscow, Russia; Le Musee de Serignan, Serignan, France; Herning Art Museum, Denmark; Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris, France
ETATS, curated by Peter Coffin, Palais de Tokyo Museum, Paris, France
(the) Melvins @ (the) Mandrake, The Mandrake, Los Angeles, CA

2006
*USA Today: New American Art from the Saatchi Gallery, Royal Academy of Arts, London, England
Bring the War Home, Q.E.D, Los Angeles, CA, Elizabeth Dee Gallery, New York, NY
*Uncertain States of America, curated by Daniel Birnbaum, Gunnar B. Kvaran, and Hans Ulrich Obrist, Serpentine Gallery, London, England; Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
6.6.06, curated by Jan Tumlir, Gayle and Ed Roski Fine Arts Gallery, USC, Los Angeles, CA
An Ongoing Low-Grade Mystery, Paula Cooper Gallery, curated by Bob Nickas, New York, NY
Exquisite Corpse, Mitchell Algus Gallery, curated by Bob Nickas, New York, NY
Slow Burn, curated by Jonah Freeman,Galerie Edward Mitterrand, Geneva, Switzerland

2005
*Uncertain States of America, curated by Daniel Birnbaum, Gunnar B. Kvaran, and Hans Ulrich Obrist, Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo, Norway
Suspended Narration, curated by Maureen Mahoney, Lora Reynolds Gallery, Austin, TX
Passion Beyond Reason, Wallstreet 1, a Miller/Rockenschaub Project, Berlin, Germany
Temporary Import, curated by Susanne Titz, Art Forum Berlin, Special Exhibitions, Berlin, Germany
Threshold, Max Wigram, London, England
New Tapestries, Sarah Meltzer, New York, NY
*We Could Have Invited Everyone, curated by Peter Coffin, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY
The Most Splendid Apocalypse, curated by Jason Murison, PPOW, New York, NY
Post No Bills, curated by Matthew Higgs, White Columns, New York, NY
There is a City in My Mind, Southfirst, New York, NY
Wordplay, Julie Saul Gallery, New York, NY
*Lesser New York, A Fia Backström Production, New York, NY
*Greater New York, PS1/MoMA, Queens, NY
We Love Amerika, Jan Winkelmann/Berlin, Germany

2004
Halloween Horror Films, Southfirst:art, New York, NY
*Besides, popularity is rather a lumpy concept, no?, curated by Ralf Brog & Petra Rinck, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, Germany
Summer Summary, curated by Roger White, temporary space, New York, NY
Noctambule, D’Amelio Terras at the Fondation Dosne-Bibliotheque Thiers, Paris, France
Curious Crystals of Unusual Purity, curated by Bob Nickas & Steve Lafreniere, PS1/MoMA, New York, NY
Tapestry From An Asteroid, Golinko Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Hohe Berge, Tiefes Tal, curated by Markus Draper, Autocenter, Berlin, Germany
*Collection: How I Spent a Year, curated by Bob Nickas, PS1/MoMA, New York, NY
Lumpen Decadents, curated by Gean Moreno, Ingalls & Associates, Miami, FL
Cave Canem, John Connelly Presents, New York, NY

2003
*Kult 48 Klubhouse, curated by Scott Hug, Deitch Projects, New York, NY
My people were fair and had cum in their hair (but now they’re content to spray stars from your boughs), curated by Bob Nickas, Team Gallery, New York, NY
Inaugural Exhibition, Golinko Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
I’m Afraid of Everything, Blonde Revolution, New York, NY
*Escape from New York, curated by Jason Murison, Summit Art Center, NJ
Corporate Profits vs. Labor Costs, D’Amelio Terras, New York, NY
Parking Lot, Ten in One Gallery, New York, NY
*The Melvins, curated by Bob Nickas, Anton Kern Gallery, New York, NY
Late to Work Everyday, curated by Noah Sheldon, DuPreau Gallery, Chicago, IL
*Talking Pieces, Text and Image in Contemporary Art, curated by Ute Riese, Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen, Germany

2002
Triple Theatre, with Heidie Giannotti, Triple Candie, New York, NY
*Dark Spring, curated by Nicolaus Schafhausen & Liam Gillick, Ursula Blickle Stiftung, Kraichtal, Germany

2001
*Dedalic Convention, curated by Liam Gillick and Annette Kosak, MAK, Vienna, Austria

2000
Luggage, Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin, Germany
@, curated by Jason Murison, PPOW Gallery, New York, NY

1999
*Made Especially for You, curated by Jenelle Porter, Artists Space, New York, NY
*The Wight Biennial, curated by Mungo Thomson, The New Wight Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
*MFA Thesis Exhibition, curated by Thelma Golden, Columbia University, New York, NY

1998
1+3=4×1, collaboration with Liam Gillick, curated by Susanne Gaensheimer, Galerie fur Zeitgenossische Kunst Liepzig, Germany
Oh My God, I live on the thirteenth floor in Holland, doesn’t exist in the United States, or no?, collaboration with George Rush, H. Cleyndertweg 13 space, Amsterdam, Netherlands

1996
Paint as Purpose, curated by Roger Ray and Jesse H. Rivard, Galerie Purple Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
New Memory, curated by Slater Bradley, Spanish Kitchen Studios, Los Angeles, CA

1995
The 1995 Banale, curated by Michelle Alpern, RE:Solution Gallery, Los Angeles, CA


PUBLICATIONS 

2013
Mr. Brett Easton Ellis / Mr. Matthew Brannon, East Hampton: Glenn Horowitz Bookseller, Inc., 2013
In Italy It’s Called “Department Store At Night” (Five Impossible Films, I). The Rest Of The World Knows It As “Postcards & Death Certificates”, Milan: Mousse Publishing, 2013

2011
Tumlir, Jan, Matthew Brannon: Hyenas Are…, Milan: Mousse Publishing, 2011

2010
“If I Said it, I Don’t Remember,” Kaleidoscope, April/May 2010, pp. 98-103
“Guy De Cointet,” Mousse, Issue 22, February/March 2010, pp. 72-77

2009
Matthew Brannon,” Dazed and Confused, vol. 72, iss. 78. p. 208
“Liam Gillick: Interview by Matthew Brannon,” Interview, June/July, p 74-77
“Like It, or Not,” Artforum, February 2009, pp. 57 – 58
“Thoughts in Simon Dybbroe Moeller’s about fashion and history, about waiting,” Kunstverein Hannover, catalogue essay, p 70-76
“Matthew Brannon,” I Like Your Work: Art and Etiquette, Paper Monument, p. 53
“Where Were We: Art Basel 2009,” V Magazine, May

2008
“Back to Basel,” Vmagazine.com, December 2, 2008
Frieze, artist project & subscription card, October 2008, p. 215

2007
Hyena, numbered edition of 100, book
“Use Value,” Heather Rowe: Shards, D”amelio Terras, p. 54-55, ill., insert
“Artist Projects: CMYK,” curated by Walead Beshty, Cabinet, Issue 27, Fall 2007, pp. 36-37 ill., insert
“Out-of-Body Experience, The Artist and Poet Matthew Brannon Invests Fall’s Silhouettes With An Inner Life,” The New York Times Magazine, August 26, 2007, pp. 276-279
“Who Is Guy de Cointet?”, Artforum, Summer 2007, p. 412

2006
North Drive Press, interview & multiple, Issue 3, New York, NY
LAB Magazine, insert, Issue 1, Galerie Yvon Lambert, Paris

2005
Parkett, insert, Issue 73, New York, NY/Zurich, Switzerland
SITE, insert, Issue 8, Düsseldorf, Germany
Mixburgh, cassette, curated by Tyson Reeder, General Store at SPACE, Pittsburgh, PA
On The Beach, wallpaper, curated by Justin Lowe, Printed Matter, New York, NY

2003
Poster Project in 3 Locations, curated by Ralf Brog & Petra Rinck, SITE Ausstellungsraum, Düsseldorf, Art Frankfurt, Frankfurt & Reg Vardy Gallery, London, England
K48, Religion & Cult Issue, K48 Magazine, New York, NY
Charley Magazine, Ed. Maurizio Cattelan, Bettina Funcke, Massimiliano Gioni and Ali Subotnick

2002
SITE, insert, Issue 8, Düsseldorf, Germany
Open City, insert, Ed. Mungo Thomson, Issue 16, New York, NY

2001
The UKS Biennial, book jacket, collaboration with Heidie Giannotti, Norway


CURATORIAL PROJECTS

2012
Drawing a Blank (On Forgetting, Refusal, Censure, and Impotence), co-curated with Jan Tumlir, David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
THE UNENDING HORRIBLE: Film Posters from the Collection of Matthew Brannon, Galveston Artist Residency, Galveston, TX

2008
Not So Subtle Subtitle, Casey Kaplan Gallery, New York, NY

2005
Good Titles from Bad Books, [Carol Bove, Peter Coffin, Liam Gillick, David Noonan, Michael Phelan, Heather Rowe, Ed Ruscha, Noah Sheldon, Haim Steinbach], Kevin Bruk Gallery, Miami, FL

2000
Luggage, [Matthew Brannon, Jason Dodge, Heidie Gionatti, Karston Konrad, George Rush], Max Hetzler Gallery, Berlin, Germany

1999
Fuck Yourself, Theater Space, Columbia University, New York, NY

1998
exhibition|EXHIBITION 1998, Theater Space, Columbia University, New York, NY
This Description, Theater Space, Columbia University, New York, NY

1997
Thug Life, or How I Learned to Draw, Watson Gallery, Columbia University, New York, NY


AWARDS

2016
Artists for Frescobaldi Award, Milan, Italy


2009
Juilliard Visual Arts Competition, New York, NY


SELECTED DESIGN PROJECTS
(* indicates non-periodical book, catalog, or other publication)

2011
“Condensation,” Art Journal, Volume 70, Number 4, Winter 2011, pp. 58-59 (insert)
“Masturbating a Lot,” Portikus, Frankfurt, silkscreen ed. 50
“Oral Examination,” Museum Leuven, Leuven, silkscreen ed. 125

2010
*Between the Lines, Volume 2, New York: RxArt, 2010
“Under the Mattress,” Paper Monument, 4 page insert
T-shirt Design, ADAM + Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY

2009
Café.Bar.Contemporary, Nottingham Contemporary, installation
“Now You Know,” ICA, London, September, silkscreen ed. 100
Fondazione Sandretto Re, silkscreen ed. 200
“You Tell Me,” Verdure, Numéro 2, Nice, insert
“Under the Mattress,” Paper Monument, 4 page insert
VISIONAIRE, Issue 57
“And you remember thinking…” t-shirt design for Whitney Museum by ADAM

2006
“Performance Anxiety,” Printed Matter, New York, silkscreen ed. 200

2005
Matthew Brannon, Wade Guyton, Patrick Hill, United Artists Ltd., Poster
Uncertain States of America / Adverts & Poster, for Astrup Fearnley Museet for Kunst, Oslo, Norway
Carol Bove, Adam McEwen, Seth Price / Poster, for United Artists Ltd.
New Art Dealers Alliance / NADA Identity & Fair Catalogue, for New Art Dealers Alliance
Law Sex & Christian Society / Richard Phillips, Poster, for Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, NY
Almost Vegetarian / Noah Sheldon, Poster, for Southfirst:art, New York, NY

2004
Sam Gordon, Poster, for Feature Inc. New York, NY
Lost Weekend / Sarah Morris, Poster, for Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, NY
The Armory Show, All Printed Material, for The Armory Show Owners & MoMA, New York, NY
IV / Assume Vivid Astro Focus, Poster, for Deitch Projects, New York, NY

2003
I’m So Happy I Could Die / Pia Dehne, Catalog, for Laura Mars Group & Art Berlin, Germany
Clear Structures for a New Generation / David Altmejdt, Poster for Ten in One Gallery, New York, NY
Lisa Ruyter, Poster, for Slater Bradley and Ardnt & Partner Galerie, Berlin, Germany

2002
Everybody Now, Poster and Catalog, for Katy Siegel and Hunter College, New York, NY
America / Richard Phillips, Poster, for Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York, NY

2001
Medium, Poster, for Heidie Giannotti for Columbia University
Wall Labels & didactics, Commissioned by Stefano Basilico, New School University, New York, NY


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

2017
“‘Fleming Faloon’ at Office Baroque,” ContemporaryArtDaily.com, July 17, 2017
“Factory outlet: the art inspired by Joy Division and New Order,” TheGuardian.com, June 27, 2017
Fensom, Sarah E., “New Wine in Old Bottles,” Art & Antiques, February 2017, pp. 88- 93
Kinsella, Eileen, “Who to Network With During Art LA Contemporary,” Artnet.com, Art World, January 24, 2017

2016
Kinsella, Eileen, “See the 10 Most Exciting Artists in the United States Today,” Artnet.com, Art World, December 14, 2016
Pendle, George, “Matthew Brannon Goes to War,” frieze, November/December 2016, pp. 116-119
“Untitled Miami Beach Announce Special Projects For Fifth Edition Fair,” artlyst.com, Art News, September 20, 2016
Gottschalk, Molly, “Independent Brussels’s Debut Edition Brings the Dealer-First Fair Back to Its Roots”, Artsy.net, April 20, 2016
“Two Americans Selected For Artisti Per Frescobaldi 2016 Award,” prweb.com, March 29, 2016
Ben Salah, Myriam, “Art Los Angeles Contemporary and Paramount Ranch,” Art-Agenda.com,
February 1, 2016
Finkel, Jori, “Out-of-towners stay out-of-sight at Art Los Angeles Contemporary fair,”
TheArtNewspaper.com, January 30, 2016
Binlot, Ann, “5 Works To Check Out at Art Los Angeles Contemporary”, Forbes.com, January 30, 2016
Indrisek, Scott, “Death Metal, Cocaine, Mouse Strippers: Inside Art Los Angeles Contemporary”,
BlouinArtInfo.com, January 29, 2016
Kinsella, Eileen, “See Inside Art Los Angeles Contemporary’s Packed VIP Opening Night”, ArtNet.com, January 29, 2016

2015
“Matthew Brannon,” Hedge Magazine, December 2015, p. 46
“Group Show at Mary Mary,” ContemporaryArtDaily.com, November 8, 2015
“Frieze Playlist | Matthew Brannon,” Frieze.com, November 7, 2016
“Matthew Brannon at Casey Kaplan,” ArtWritingDaily.com, October 21, 2015
“Matthew Brannon at Casey Kaplan,” ContemporaryArtDaily.com, October 20, 2015
“I hope to God you’re not as dumb as you make out, Mary Mary,” ArtAddict.com, September 26, 2015
Indrisek, Scott, “5 Must-See Gallery Shows in New York: Ron Nagle, Keegan McHargue, and More,” BlouinArtInfo.com, September 21, 2015
“Matthew Brannon, Casey Kaplan,” ArtAddict.net, September 10, 2015
Morgan, Nicholas, Chittenden, “Matthew Brannon, Casey Kaplan,” Artforum.com, Critics’ Picks, September 2015
Schreffler, Laura, “Hotel Dossier LA: 4 Haute New Hotels Opening Soon,” HauteLiving.com, August 4, 2015
*Artist Novels, Berlin and Kraków: Sternberg Press and Cricoteka, 2015
Wu, Su, “A Two-Year, 100-Billboard Celebration of Going West,” TMagazine.com, June 23, 2015
Gelt, Jessica, “ Hollywood hotel owner invites artists to create a pop-culture Sistine Chapel,” SCMP.com, June 13, 2015
Gelt, Jessica, “Artists turn Mama Shelter hotel ceiling into pop art salute to Mom,” LATimes.com, May 31, 2015
Ellwood, Mark, “America’s Best Public Art for Summer 2015,” Bloomberg.com, April 6, 2015
Cheng, Scarlet, “Cross-continent highway billboard project is Manifest Destiny,” LATimes.com, April 4, 2015
De Santiago, Miguel, “Interstate art project features local installations,” WhatsUpPub.com, January 21, 2015

2014
Brake, Alan, G., “See an Airy Chelsea Duplex Created From 2 Adjoining Apartments,” NYMag.com, November 4, 2014
Griffin, Jonathan, “The New Dealer,” T Magazine, September 14, 2014
Vankin, Deborah, “Public Fiction is collectively in Hammer Museum’s ‘Made in L.A.’,” LATimes.com, June 13, 2014
Greenberger, Alex, “Uniqlo’s New MoMA T-Shirts Are Most Subversive Ones Yet,” ARTnews.com, May 21, 2014
“On the road: Manifest Destiny Billboard Project brings art to the highway,”ArtMediaAgency.com, April 7, 2014
Zimmer, Lori, “Expansion West: The Manifest Destiny Billboard Project,”MutualArt.com, April 2, 2014
“Matthew Brannon at David Kordansky,” Contemporary Art Daily, January 24, 2014
Oksenhorn, Steward, “Storytime at the museum,” The Aspen Times, January 17, 2014
Levine, Sasha, “Aspen Art Museum Gets Us Thinking,” Departures.com, January 9, 2014
Porter, Charlie, “Tailor Carlo Brandelli brings his distinctive style back to London’s Savile Row,” The Financial Times, January 3, 2014
Malick, Courtney, “Los Angeles: Matthew Brannon,” Artforum.com, Critics’ Picks, January 2, 2014
Sharp, Chris, in conversation with Matthew Brannon, “Matthew Brannon,” WAX 4, Winter 2013, pp. 18-27

2013
Oksenhorn, Stewart, Aspen Sojourner, Volume 22, No. 1, Holiday 2013/2014 p. 87
“Matthew Brannon ‘Leopard’ at David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles,”MousseMagazine.it, December 30, 2013
Wagley, Catherine, “5 Artsy Things to Do in L.A. This Week, Including a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon,” LA Weekly, December 11, 2013
“SFAQ Pick: ‘Leopard’ solo exhibition by Matthew Brannon at David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles,” SFAQOnline.com, December 10, 2013
Oksenhorn, Stewart, Aspen Times Weekly, November 14-20, 2013, p. 6
Florian, Federico, “Leopard. Matthew Brannon,” CuraMagazine.com, December 5, 2013
Lenoir, Andrew, “Matthew Brannon’s Work Brings Laconic Levity to Glenn Horowitz Bookseller,” EastHampton.Patch.com, July 5, 2013
Muchnic, Suzanne, “‘The Assistants’ David Kordansky, Los Angeles,” Reviews: national, ARTnews, May 2013, pp. 104-105
“‘The Assistants’ at David Kordansky Gallery,” Contemporary Art Daily, February 22, 2013
Scoccimarro, Antonio, “Diary: The Assistants,” Mousse, Issue 37, February – March 2013, p. 249
Scoccimarro, Antonio, “Diary: Set Pieces,” Mousse, Issue 37, February – March 2013, p. 251
Vollum, Alix, “Adult Books: Meet Matthew Brannon,” ArtSlant.com, January 28, 2013
*Meade, Fionn, ed., The Assistants, Milan: Mousse Publishing, 2013
Guhenneux, Lise, “15 Exhibitions: Drawing a Blank, David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles,” Crash, Issue 62, Winter 2012-2013, pp. 132-133

2012
*Brannon, Büttner, Kierulf, Kierful, Kilpper, edited by Steinar Sekkingstad, Solveig Øvstebø, texts by Solveig Øvstebø, Steinar Sekkingstad, Lars Bang Larsen, Bergen: Bergen Kunstall, 2012
“How Artists Are Not Like Cheese,” Hyperallergic.com, December 18, 2012
“Matthew Brannon at Office Baroque,” Contemporary Art Daily, October 1, 2012
Baxter, Jared, “Words Fail Me,” Artslant.com, July 26, 2012
Ascari, Alessio, “Top 10 Summer Shows,” Kaleidoscope, July 20, 2012
Ruiz, Cristina, “Curators turn East but Art Basel looks to the US,” The Art Newspaper, Art Basel daily edition, June 12, 2012
“Whitney Museum of American Art and Centre Pompidou announce promised gift,” ArtDaily.org, March 17, 2012
Wise, Lloyd, “Reviews: Matthew Brannon, Casey Kaplan,” Artforum, March 2012, pp. 280-281
Sharp, Chris, “Main Theme: Preliminary Materials for a Theory of A New Male, Part A: Cam + Dandyism = Neo-Camp?,” Kaleidoscope, Issue 14, Spring 2012, pp. 44-57
McLean-Ferris, Laura, “Matthew Brannon: Hyenas Are…,” ArtReview, Issue 56, January & February 2012, p. 136

2011
Art Journal, Volume 70, Number 4, Winter 2011, cover
“Goings on about Town: Galleries—Chelsea: Matthew Brannon,” The New Yorker, December 19 & 26, 2011, pp. 18, 20
“Matthew Brannon. Hyena’s Are… book launch at Casey Kaplan, New York,”MousseMagazine.it, December 7, 2011
Shaw, Anny, “Spreading the word,” The Art Newspaper, Art Basel Miami Beach Daily Edition, December 3-4, 2011, p. 6
“An Artist’s Story,” British Vogue, November 24, 2011
Galkin, Alexandra, “MoMA Welcomes a Midtown Neighbor: Uniqlo,”InterviewMagazine.com, November 22, 2011
“Frieze Art Fair 2011: High-quality works and confident mood make for strong sales,” ArtDaily.org, November 19, 2011
Michael, Apphia, “Matthew Brannon show at Casey Kaplan, New York,”Wallpaper, November 15, 2011
“Matthew Brannon and Adam Lippes Get Contemporary,”InterviewMagazine.com, November 13, 2011
Stillman, Steel, “Matthew Brannon: In the Studio with Steel Stillman,” Art in America, November 2011, pp. 154-163
Sawyer, Miranda, “Frieze 2011 – review,” The Observer, October 15, 2011, p. 28
Hoffmann-Williamson, Jen, “Uniqlo and MoMA Launch,” WhitewallMag.com, October 14, 2011
Wullschlager, Jackie, “Frieze Art Fair 2011,” Financial Times, October 14, 2011
“The Ten Best (and One Worst) Booths at Frieze,” Artinfo.com, October 13, 2011
Milliard, Coline, “Frieze Art Fair: First Report,” Artinfo.com, October 13, 2011
Galkin, Alexandra, “MoMA Welcomes a Midtown Neighbor: Uniqlo,”InterviewMagazine.com, October 13, 2011
Halperin, Julia, “Datebook, October 2011: London Calling,” Art+Auction, October 2011, pp. 49-50
Williams, Holly, “London Frieze Art Fair: Serious collectors reveal what to look out for this week,” The Independent, October 9, 2011
Kimball, Whitney, “AFC’s October Gallery Preview: Painting is Back,”ArtFagCity.com, October 7, 2011
“Contemporary Art from the Astrup Fearnley Museum at the Sao Paulo Biennial Pavilion,” ArtDaily.org, September 30, 2011
Steingold, Alison Clare, “High Voltage,” C Magazine, September 29, 2011
“Benefits: RxArt 2011 Gala,” ArrestedMotion.com, September 28, 2011
Odell, Kat, “Michael Voltaggio Opens ink. on Wed, Here’s A Looksee,”LA.Eater.com, September 19, 2011
“Recent works and new productions from fifteen international artists and designers at Bielefelder Kunstverein,” ArtDaily.org, September 12, 2011
“Go See – London: “Shape of Things to Come” at Saatchi Gallery through October 16th, 2011,” ArtObserved.com, August 31, 2011
Galarza, Daniela, “Wake ink. Up When September Comes; ink.sack Confirmed,”Eater LA, August 9, 2011
Schembri Bonaci, Giuseppe, “Saatchi and Malta, or Tracey Emin and the Maltese Church,” The Malta Independent Online, June 19, 2011
Ruiz, Christina, “The tastemakers are here,” The Art Newspaper, International Edition, June 16, 2011, p. 1
Kunitz, Daniel, “Texting: The Artist as Writer as Artist,” Modern Painters, Summer 2011, pp. 48-53
“The Shape of Things to Come: Exhibition of New Sculpture at the Saatchi Gallery,” ArtDaily.org, June 1, 2011
“New Sculpture At Saatchi Gallery,” Iran Daily, May 30, 2011, p. 12
*Shape of Things to Come: New Sculpture, London: Saatchi Gallery, 2011
*15th Tallinn Print Triennial, For Love Not Money. Tallinn: KUMU Art Museum, 2011
Indrisek, Scott, “Business at Art Brussels Is a “Slow Burn,” as Thoughtful Connoisseurs Turn Out for Edgy Art,” Artinfo.com, April 29, 2011
“The Artist Projects at Art Brussels 2011,” MousseMagazine.it/blog, April 26, 2011
Coulson, Amanda, “Matthew Brannon: Portikus ‘Frankfurt am Main’,” Frieze, April 2011, p. 141
Beeson, John, “Review: Matthew Brannon, Frankfurt,” Spike, Issue 27, Spring 2011, pp. 129-130

2010
Coburn, Tyler, “Matthew Brannon’s “Wit’s End” at David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles,” art-agenda.com, December 16, 2010
Lehrer-Graiwer, Sarah, “When Wit Ends,” Artslant.com, November 29, 2010
Yablonsky, Linda, “Art and Action,” TMagazine.com, October 8, 2010
*Nothing Up My Sleeve, New York: Regency Arts Press Ltd., 2010, pp. 46-47
*At Home/Not at Home: Works from the Collection of Martin and Rebecca Eisenberg, Annandale-on-Hudson: Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, 2010
*Stern, Steven. “Stuart Sherman.” Frieze, March, p.139

2009
*Heinrich, Christoph and Jeff Wells, V2: Embrace!, Denver: Denver Art Museum, 2009.
*Abstract America: New Painting, Saatchi Gallery, London, text by Max Henry. London: Jonathan Cape, Random House, 2008, p. 170-180.
Pulimood, Steve, “Prints & predators,” Sleek Magazine, pp. 188-194
Sutton, Kate, “Moon Over Miami,” Artforum, December 5, 2009
Cotter, Holland, “A Tabletop Conjurer, Rediscovered,” The New York Times, art section, November 30
Delbecq, Marcelline, “Worst Case Scenario, Matthew Brannon,” Roven, nº2, Automne/Hiver 2009-2010, pp. 100-105
Sumpter, Helen, “Matthew Brannon,” Time Out, October 2, 2009
“Art Matthew Brannon,” Kultureflash.com, November 2009
Searle, Adrian, “Matthew Brannon: Private view with Adrian Searle,” podcast,The Guardian, September 23, 2009
Dorment, Richard, “Matthew Brannon,” Telegraph, September 14, 2009
Foumberg, Jason, “Matthew Brannon, Marcel Broodthaers, James Lee Byars, William E. Jones,” Frieze.com, June 9, 2009
Sherman, Lauren, “Print Isn’t Dead: The ancient craft of letterpress is making a comeback,” Forbes, June 8, 2009, p. 68
Monk, Philip, “Matthew Brannon,” Flash Art, March/April 2009, p.65
Birnbaum, Daniel, T2 Torino Triennale, 50 Moons of Saturn, Castello de Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art, Fondazione Sandretto Re, Rebaudengo, Fondazione Torino Musei, 2008-2009, p. 210 – 215.
Conti, Samantha, “Baibakova Makes Her Mark in the Art World,” WWD
Rees, Simon. “Best of Group Shows 2008: Not So Subtle Subtitle,” Frieze,January/February, p. 102

2008
*Calderoni, Irene. “Matthew Brannon,” 50 Moons of Saturn: T2 Torino Triennale, catalogue, pp. 210-215
Higgie, Jennifer, “The Embarrassing Truth, Frieze, November/December 2008, cover, pp. 166 – 171
Nicolin, Paola, “Matthew e le storie a colori Letizia e le vite immaginarie,” GQ Italy, October 2008, p. 409
Jones, Kristen M., “Not So Subtle Subtitle,” Frieze, Issue 118, October 2008, p. 306.
Turvey, Lisa, “Matthew Brannon,” Artforum, September 2008, p. 460
Johnson, Ken. “Some Shows for Escape, Some for Introspection,” The New York Times, July 4, p. E30
Schwendener, Martha, “Not So Subtle Subtitle,” The New Yorker, July 21. p. 12
Barliant, Claire. “New York Summer Group Shows: Artist as Curator,” Artinfo, July
“Matthew Brannon,” The New Yorker, June 30, 2008
“Current viewing,” theimagist.com, June 24, 2008
Castets, Simon, “Subtle Selection,” VMAGAZINE.COM, June 24, 2008
Droitcour, Brian, “Matthew Brannon,” Artforum.com, June 2008
Rosenberg, Karen, “Matthew Brannon,” The New York Times, June 13, 2008
“Matthew Brannon, ‘The Question is a Compliment’,” The New Yorker, June 30, 2008, p. 13.
Falconer, Morgan. “Morgan Falconer on Matthew Brannon at Friedrich Petzel, New York,” Saatchi Gallery Online, June
Arlien-Soborg, Mads, “Artists Must-haves,” Dansk, edition 17, p. 46-47.
*Brannon, Matthew, To Say the Very Least. Toronto: Art Gallery of York University, 2008
*Whitney Biennial 2008, New York: Yale University Press, 2008
Stern, Steven, “Whitney Biennial,” Frieze, May 2008, pp. 164-165
Searle, Adrian, “Nice Building – Shame About the Art,” The Guardian, March
Egan, Maura. “Now Viewing: Matthew Brannon,” The New York Times T Magazine, May
Cotter, Holland, “Art’s Economic Indicator,” The New York Times, March 7, 2008
Vogel, Carol, “A Biennial Bustin’ Out of the Whitney,” The New York Times, February 29, 2008
“Questionnaire,” Frieze, Issue 113, March 2008
Rimanelli, David, “2008 Whitney Biennial,” Artforum, January 2008, p. 128

2007
*Chen, Howie, Matthew Brannon: Where Were We. New York: The Whitney Museum of American Art, 2007
Bryant, Eric, “Paint it Bleak,” ARTnews, December 2007, pp.128 – 131
Wolff, Rachel, “Young Masters,” New York Magazine, October 15, 2007, p.48
Dupuis, Isabelle, “Reviews: Matthew Brannon,” Flash Art, October 2007, p.123
Schmidt, Jason, “Eel at Ease,” V Magazine, Fall Preview, 2007, p.69
Brown, Nicholas, “The Language of Success: Anxiety and Excess in Matthew Brannon’s Try And Be Grateful,” Color Magazine, July 2007, pp. 98 – 107
Kunitz, Daniel, “A Wicked Ventriloquist,” The New York Sun, June 14, 2007, ‘Arts and Letters’ section
Ratner, Meghan, “Tongue in Radical Chic,” Art on Paper, May/June 2007, pp. 50-55
Scott, Andrea K. , “Matthew Brannon, ‘Where Were We’,” Time Out New York, issue 602, April 12 – 18, 2007
“Matthew Brannon, ‘Where Were We,'” The New Yorker, May 14, p. 24
Schwendener, Martha, “Material Muse for Some Strange Bedfellows,” The New York Times, April 6, 2007, E34
Milroy, Sarah, “A riot of dark fragments,” The Globe and Mail, March 1, 2007
Fox, Dan, “USA Today,” Frieze, Issue 105, March 2007
Feldman, Jenny, “Beautiful Dreamers,” Elle, March 2007, p. 196
*Dailey, Maghan, and Norman Rosenthal. USA Today: New American Art from the Saatchi Gallery, London: Royal Academy of the Arts, 2007

2006
Weiner, Emily, “Painting the town,” Time Out New York, November 16 – 22, 2006, p. 89
“Jungen Edition,” Texte Zur Kunst, September 2006
Searle, Adrian, “Rebels without a cause,” The Guardian, September 12, 2006
Muhle, Maria, “Mood Swings – Maria Muhle über Matthew Brannon bei,” Texte zur Kunst, September 2006, pp.194-196
“Selected by the stars: celebrities and art world professionals choose their favorite works of art”, The Art Newspaper Art Basel Daily Edition, June 16-18, 2006, pp. 6-7
Thornton, Sarah, “Sarah Thornton behind the scenes at Art Basel”, Artforum.com, June 13, 2006
Oward, Ossian, “Matthew Brannon:impenetrable collectible”, The Art Newspaper Art Basel Daily Edition, June 14, 2006, p.8.
Pavone, Rosa Vanina, “Innocent, Accidental, Unintentional, Indulgent. Never. An Interview with Matthew Brannon” UOVO, Issue 11, 2006, pp. 138-155
Blom, Ina, “The Young Americans,” Texte Zur Kunst, March 2006
Tumlir, Jan, “Jan Tumlir on Matthew Brannon (Openings),” Artforum, February 2006, pp. 196-197

2005
“Blacklist Picks: Table for One,” Blackbook Magazine Online, December 2005
“The Artists’ Artists,” Artforum, December 2005, pp. 104 -108
Birnbaum, Daniel, “Top Ten: Best of the Year 2005,” Artforum, December 2005, p. 260
*Birnbaum, Daniel, Gunnar B. Kvaran, and Hans Ulrich Obrist, Uncertain States of America. Oslo, Norway: Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art
Morris, Sarah, “Artist’s Favorites,” Spike Art Quarterly, Summer 2005
Petrovich, Dushka “Greater New York”, N+1, 2005
Torres, Andrea, “Wynwood Gallery Goes New York”, The Miami Herald, April 7, 2005
Henninger, Petra, “Die Macht der Schatten,” Artnet.de, April 5, 2005
“Top 15 Ausstellungen”, Monopol, April/May 2005
Tollmann, Vera & Anne Krause, “Im Zeichen des Messers,” Berliner Zeitung, March 30, 2005
Clewing, Ulrich, “Die Nächste Gründerwelle,” Tagesspiegel, March 19, 2005
Clewing, Ulrich, “Die Grosse Runde,” Tagesspiegel, March 5, 2005
Eleey, Peter, “False invitations, fictional films, alcoholism and self-doubt,”Frieze, April 2005

2004
Valdez, Sarah, “Matthew Brannon at John Connelly Presents,” Art in America, December 2004
Nickas, Bob, “Collection Diary,” catalog, jrp|ringier, December 2004
Sánchez, Alberto, “Matthew Brannon y Sarah Morris,” Exit Express, October, 2004
Robinson, Walter, “Weekend Update,” Artnet.com, September, 2004
Murphy, Robert, “Going Goth,” Womens Wear Daily, June 24, 2004
White, Robert, “In Conversation,” www.brooklynrail.com, May 2004

2003
Bischoff, Dan, “Escape from New York,” Star Ledger, September 2003
“Parking Lot,” The New Yorker, July 28, 2003
Velez, Pedro, “A Tale of Two Fairs,” Artnet.com, May 10, 2003
Ocana, Damarys, “Artseen,” Miami Street, July 18-24, 2003
Gross, Roland, “Buchstaben,” Westfälischer, February 20, 2003
Riese, Ute, “Talking Pieces,” Catalog, January 2003, p. 29-30

2001
Phillips, Richard, “Top Ten,” Artforum, November 2001

1999
Porter, Janelle, “Made Especially for You,” Artists Space Newsletter, November 1999
Thomson, Mungo, The Wight Biennial, Catalog, September 1999


RESIDENCIES

2005
AGYU Art Gallery of York University, (with Liam Gillick), Toronto, Canada


VISITS / LECTURES

2010
University of Southern California, Los Angeles
Conservation with Haley Mellon, MoMA, New York

2009
University of California, Irvine
University of California, Riverside
Yale School of the Arts, New Haven
New York University, New York
School of Visual Arts, New York
Nostalgia: What’s the Role of the Past in Fashioning the Future? Frieze Talks, October 17

2008
Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minneapolis
Logan Lectures: Matthew Brannon, Denver Art Museum, Denver
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

2007
Whitney Museum of American Art at Altria, New York
New York University, New York

2006
Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsuhe

2005
Art Gallery of York University, Toronto

    Selected Press

  • Frieze
    2016
    Matthew Brannon Goes to War
    George Pendle
  • Artforum.com
    2015
    Matthew Brannon
    Nicholas Chittenden Morgan
  • Bloomberg.com
    2015
    America's Best Public Art for Summer 2015
    Mark Ellwood
  • WAX
    2014
    Matthew Brannon
    Chris Sharp
  • ArtSlant.com
    2013
    Adult Books: Meet Matthew Brannon
    Alix Vollum
  • ArtReview
    2012
    Matthew Brannon: Hyenas Are...
    Laura McLean-Ferris
  • Art in America
    2011
    Matthew Brannon: In the Studio with Steel Stillman
    Steel Stillman
  • Spike
    2011
    Review: Matthew Brannon, Frankfurt
    John Beeson
  • Artforum
    2009
    "Like It, or Not" Matthew Brannon on Lynn Spigel's TV By Design
  • Time Out
    2009
    Matthew Brannon
    Helen Sumpter
  • Sleek Magazine
    2009
    Prints & predators
    Steve Pulimood
  • Frieze
    2008
    The Embarrassing Truth
    Jennifer Higgie
  • 2008 Whitney Biennial
    2008
    Matthew Brannon
    Lisa Turvey
  • Matthew Brannon: To Say the Very Least
    2008
    More Than You Know
    Phillip Monk
  • Frieze
    2008
    Questionnaire: Matthew Brannon
  • Whitney Museum of Art at Altria
    2007
    Matthew Brannon: Where Were We
    Howie Chen
  • Art on Paper
    2007
    Tongue in Radical Chic: The guilty pleasures of looking at Matthew Brannon's slyly subversive posters
    Megan Ratner
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