David Kordansky Gallery

  • The Hepworth Prize for Sculpture, 2016, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England, Installation view
  • The Hepworth Prize for Sculpture, 2016, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England, Installation view
  • Oyster, 2016, steel, chemically-chromed resin, acrylic, wood, Formica, overall: 52 x 21 5/8 x 11 3/4 inches (132 x 55 x 30 cm)
  • Oyster, 2016, (detail) steel, chemically-chromed resin, acrylic, wood, Formica, overall: 52 x 21 5/8 x 11 3/4 inches (132 x 55 x 30 cm)
  • Steven Claydon, Analogues, Methods, Monsters, Machines, curated by Andrea Bellini, 2015, Centre D’Art Contemporain, Geneva, Switzerland, Installation view
  • Steven Claydon, Analogues, Methods, Monsters, Machines, curated by Andrea Bellini, 2015, Centre D’Art Contemporain, Geneva, Switzerland, Installation view
  • Busted, 2013, High Line Art, New York, NY, Installation view
  • Steven Claydon, Culpable Earth, 2012, firstsite, Colchester, Essex, England, Installation view
  • Steven Claydon, Culpable Earth, 2012, firstsite, Colchester, Essex, England, Installation view
  • Discretionary Vessels, 2011, turned wood, gourd penis sheather, perspex, dry grass matting, powder-coated steel, 38.39 x 38.39 x 7.87 inches (97.5 x 97.5 x 20 cm)
  • The Vehicles of Becoming (Paolozzi and Buckshot Bauxite), 2011, carved portland stone, cast aluminium, buckshot bauxite ore, wood, powder-coated steel, plastic, electronic cabling, stainless steel, 62.99 x 35.43 x 35.43 inches (160 x 90 x 90 cm)
  • Aggregate Protagonist, 2010, foam cast head, perspex eye, coat, metal and buckram plinth, hook and leather sheepskin coat, 66.54 x 13.98 x 13.98 inches (169 x 35.5 x 35.5 cm)
  • (Joanna) The Concealment and the Showing Forth, 2010, powder coated metal frame and stool, buckram and aluminum, 59.06 x 48.82 x 29.53 inches (150 x 124 x 75 cm)
  • Goldene Zeiten, 2010, Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany, Installation view
  • Corpuscular Dithyramb, 2009, ceramic, powder coated steel, wood, buckram, plastic, textile, rubber, rope, concrete, 184 x 120 x 120 inches (467.4 x 304.8 x 304.8 cm)
  • Good Dithyramb (The Folly of Equivalence), 2009, powder coated steel, aluminium, buckram, wood, ceramic, carpet, leather, felt, brass, steel wool, red oxide, plastic, found objects, 207 x 250 x 188 inches (525.8 x 635 x 477.5 cm)
  • Trans Substanciated Triptych, 2009, oil and acrylic on canvas, cast aluminium barrel, bronze, powder coated steel, wood, buckram, print on paper, rope, brass screws, 170 x 177 x 110 inches (431.8 x 449.6 x 279.4 cm)
  • Appolonian self abnegation, 2008, acrylic and ink on paper, 45.9 x 40.8 inches (116.6 x 103.6 cm)
  • Liberty caps, 2008, mixed media, 15.9 x 57.9 x 15.6 inches (40.4 x 147.1 x 39.6 cm)
  • Obst, 2008, mixed media, 11.8 x 7.1 x 5.1 inches (30 x 18 x 13 cm)
  • The Correspondence of Hubris (Compound), 2006, mixed media, 21 x 11 x 9 inches (53.3 x 27.9 x 22.9 cm)


born 1969, London, England
lives and works in London, England


MA, Central Saint Martins School of Art & Design, London, England

BA, Chelsea School of Art & Design, London, England

(* indicates a publication)

The Outside In, presented by Reading International, Museum of English Rural Life, Reading, England

*The Archipelago of Contented Peoples: Introduced Species, Mount Stuart, Isle of Bute, Scotland
*The Archipelago of Contented Peoples: Endurance Groups, The Common Guild, Glasgow, Scotland

Der Überlebensinstinkt, Kimmerich, Berlin, Germany
The Guilded Bough, Sadie Coles, London, England

The Fictional Pixel and The Ancient Set, NO.5, Bergen Kunsthall, Bergen, Norway
*Analogues, Methods, Monsters, Machines, curated by Andrea Bellini, Centre D’Art Contemporain, Geneva, Switzerland

Hoderlin in Knapsack, OFFSITE, Rossinière, Switzerland

Grid & Spike, Massimo De Carlo, Milan, Italy
Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle, Munich, Germany
Total Social Objects, David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Rat. Pearl. London. Onion:, Sadie Coles HQ, London, England
*Culpable Earth, firstsite, Colchester, Essex, England

Twickenham Garden, Kimmerich, New York, NY
Mon Plaisir…Votre Travail…, La Salle de bains, Lyon, France

Trom Bell To The Bow Draps, HOTEL, London, England
Golden Times, Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany

David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
The Ground is Good, Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle, Munich, Germany
Two Times New Horizon, Galleria Massimo de Carlo, Milan, Italy

The Ancient Set and The Fictional Pixel, Film Installations and Performance,
Serpentine Pavillion, London
Osram and Omar, HOTEL, London, England
The Ancient Set, International Project Space, Bourneville, Birmingham, England
A & not A, Galerie Dennis Kimmerich, Düsseldorf, Germany

New Valkonia, David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Galerie Dennis Kimmerich, Dusseldorf, Germany
Courtesy of the Neighborhood Watch, White Columns, New York, NY

All Across the Thready Eye, Galerie Dennis Kimmerich, Düsseldorf, Germany
Fear of a planet, Hotel, London, England

The third of the third, Hoxton Distillery, London, England

(* indicates a publication)

Casts and Copies, École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris
Good Grief, Charlie Brown!, Somerset House, London, England
Enea Tree Museum, Rapperswil-Jona, Switzerland
E dimmi che non vuoi morire: il mito di Niobe, curated by Andrea Bruciati and Micaela Angle, Sanctuary of Victor Hercules, Villa Adriana e Villa d’Este, Tivoli, Italy

*The Policeman´s Beard is Half Constructed – Art in the Age of Artificial Intelligence, organized by Michelle Cotten, Bonner Kunstverein, Bonn, Germany
HRM199: For A Partnership Society, organized by Elizabeth Neilson, Zabludowicz Collection, London, England
Identify your limitations, acknowledge your periphery, VITRINE, Basel, Switzerland

November’s Bone, Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton, NY
One Day Something Happens: Paintings of People, curated by Jennifer Higgie, Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne, England
The Hepworth Prize for Sculpture, The Hepworth Wakefield, Wakefield, England
The Science of Imaginary Solutions, Breese Little, London, England
LSD, Rob Tufnell, London, England
Self-Portrait, Massimo de Carlo, London, England
The Promise of Total Automation, curated by Anne Faucheret, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria
Steven Claydon: Infra-idol Assembly, Moore Street Substation, Up Down Top Bottom Strange and Charm, Art Sheffield, Sheffield, England
Solid Liquids, Kunsthalle Münster, Münster, Germany
*The Historical Exhibition: Sites Under Construction, Manifesta 11, The European Biennial of Contemporary Art, Zurich, Switzerland

One Day, Something Happens: Paintings of People, curated by Jennifer Higgie, Leeds Art Gallery, Leeds, England; Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery, Nottingham, England
On The Devolution Of Culture, Rob Tufnell, London, England
The Persistence of Objects, curated by The Common Guild, Glasgow, Lismore Castle Arts, Lismore, Ireland
*The Noing Uv It, curated by Martin Clark in collaboration with Steven Claydon, Bergen Kunsthall, Bergen, Norway

Who Shall Deliver Us From the Greeks and Romans?, Galeri Manâ, curated by Cristiana Perrella, Istanbul, Turkey

Period Room, Palais de Tokyo, France
This is our Art This is our Music: An exhibition of Art by Musicians and Music by Artists, David Risley Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark
Winter Show/Exposition d’Hiver, Marc Jancou Contemporary, New York, NY
*RepertoryOne Torino, curated by Gary Carrion-Murayari, Palazzo Cavour, Turin, Italy
Assembly: A Survey of Recent Artists’ Film and Video in Britain 2008–2013, Tate Britain, London, England
Aquatopia, Notthingham Contemporary, Nottingham, England; Tate St Ives, St Ives, England
Young Collectors, Maison Particulière, Brussels, Belgium
Private Collection Selected by #1 / Anneke Eussen, Galerie Tatjana Pieters, Ghent, Belgium
Indifferent Matter: From Object to Sculpture, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, England
Busted, High Line Commission, High Line Art, New York, NY
The Bronze Age, Massimo De Carlo, Milan, Italy
*Transmitter / Receiver: The Persistence of Collage from the Arts Council Collection, Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Aberystwyth, Wales; Tullie House, Carlisle, Cumbria, England

Soundworks, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, England
In the Space of the Beholder | Contemporary Sculpture, from the Sammlung Moderne Kunst, Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich, Germany
*Transmitter / Receiver: The Persistence of Collage from the Arts Council Collection, The Lightbox, Woking, England; The New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall, West Midlands, England; Usher Gallery, Lincoln, England

CLASSICS, Carlson Gallery, London, England
The Keno Twins 5, curated by Michael Bauer, Barriera, Turin, Italy
The Profane Myth, The Literary & Philosophical Society and The Mining Institute, Newcastle upon Tyne, England
The Strawberry Thief, curated by Jeremy Deller, The Fine Art Society, London, England
*Transmitter / Receiver: The Persistence of Collage from the Arts Council Collection, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, Middlesbrough, England
Something in the Way, LIAF 2011, Kabelvag, Norway
*We Will Live, We Will See, Zabludowicz Collection, London, England
*Secret Societies. To Know, To Dare, To Will, To Keep Silence, Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany; CAPC de Bordeaux, Bordeaux, France
Savage Messiah, Rob Tufnell, London, England
*Time Again, curated by Fionn Meade, SculptureCenter, New York, NY
*British Art Show 7: In the Days of the Comet, Hayward Gallery, London, England; Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow, Scotland; Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow, Scotland; Tramway, Glasgow, Scotland; Peninsula Arts Gallery, Plymouth, England; Plymouth Arts Centre, Plymouth, England; Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery, Plymouth, England; The Slaughterhouse, Plymouth, England; Plymouth College of Arts Gallery, Plymouth, England

*British Art Show 7: In the Days of the Comet, Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery, Nottingham, England
Alexandra Bircken, Carol Bove, Steven Claydon, Kimmerich, New York, NY
*Rive Gauche/Rive Droite, organized by Marc Jancou, Paris, France
*At Home/Not at Home: Works from the Collection of Martin and Rebecca Eisenberg, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
Goldene Zeiten, Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany

Newspeak: British Art Now, The State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia
The Dark Monarch, Tate St.Ives, Cornwall, England
Le sang d’un poete, Saint-Nazaire Biennale, Frac des Pays de la Loire, France
Remote Memories, curated by Zdenek Felix, KAI 10, Dusseldorf, Germany

Heroes and Villians, Marc Jancou Contemporary, New York, NY
Busan Biennial, Busan, Korea
*In Geneva No One Can Hear You Scream, Blondeau Fine Art Services, Geneva, Switzerland

Strange Events Permit Themselves the Luxury of Occurring, curated by Steven Claydon, Camden Arts Centre, London, England

Nueva Dimension, organised by Dick Evans, Hats Plus, London, England
Effigies, Stuart Shave/Modern Art, London, England
Old School, Hauser & Wirth, London, England and Zwirner and Wirth, New York, NY
*Sympathy for the Devil: Art and Rock and Roll Since 1967, curated by Dominic Molon, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
Galerie Rüdiger Shcöttle, Munich, Germany
Come into the Open, Projekt 0047, Oslo, Norway
Pale Carnage, Arnolfini, Bristol, England; Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee, England
Hotel Gallery London, Galerie Guido W. Baudach, Berlin, Germany
The Metal Bridge, Sorcha Dallas, Glasgow, Scotland

The Metal Bridge, Sorcha Dallas, Glasgow, Scotland
Deep Into That Darkness Peering, Galerie Kamm, Berlin, Germany
Rings of Saturn, Tate Modern, London, England
Keep passing the open windows or Happiness, Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne, Germany
Galerie Kamm, Berlin, Germany
*Dereconstruction, curated by Matthew Higgs, Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York, NY
Writing the Strobe, Curated by Andrew Hunt, Dicksmith Gallery, London, England

Le Voyage Interieur, curated by Alexis Vaillant and Alex Farquharson, Espace EDF Electra, Paris, France
Time Lines, Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westphalen, Düsseldorf, Germany
Flies Around the Fury Flotsam, Curators Space, London, England
Odiseado Tra Tempo, curated by Charlotte Mailler, Peter Kilchmann Galerie, Zurich, Switzerland
*Paris – Londres: Le Voyage Interieur, curated by Alex Farquharson, Espace Electra, Paris, France
*Even a Stopped Clock Tells the Right Time Twice a Day, ICA, London, England
Post no Bills, White Columns, New York, NY
Clouds of Witness, Islington Town Hall, London, England

Live web-cast of sculpture at Show Studio
The Last Supper, Hoxton Distillery, London, England

Nibs, curated by Steven Claydon, Hoxton Distillery, London, England
In The Gathering Darkness, contribution with Neil Chapman for ‘The Poster The Show 1,2,3…’, Hoxton Distillery, London, England
R.I.P. photographic contribution with Neil Chapman for the Box of the Uncanny, a multiple produced by Christine Walter, Munich, Germany
Strange Greeny from The Sum of the Earth, collaboration with Neil Chapman, Hoxton Distillery, London, England

Grey Field Bulge/Tin Foil Blanket, contribution with Neil Chapman for The Poster The Show +1, group exhibition Hoxton Distillery, London, England

Stepped Series In Response To A Nothing, contribution with Neil Chapman, group exhibition, The 
Poster, The Show, Hoxton Distillery, London, England
It Grows Away, collaboration with Neil Chapman, Hoxton Distillery, London, England
Loud Like Nature, ADD N TO (X), installation and video, La Box, Borges, France

Five works in lieu of a particle accelerator, installation with Neil Chapman, Greengrassi, London, England

ADDING N TO (X), installation and performance, Villa Noailles, Hyeres, France

Its A Curse Its A Burden, curated by Glenn Brown, Approach Gallery, London, England
Shrimp-Ice Briefing, Live Arts Event, collaboration with Neil Chapman, ICA, London, England


Steven Claydon: Early Films, Cinema Dynamo, Centre D’Art Contemporain Geneva, Switzerland
Film London Jarman Award 2014, CIRCA Projects, Newcastle upon Tyne, Whitechapel, Gallery, London
Tramway Artists’ Moving Image Festival 2014, Tramway, Glasgow, Scotland
Artist Moving Image programme: Steven Claydon, MK Gallery, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
ICA Artists’ Moving Image Network: Steven Claydon, Cornerhouse, Manchester, UK Artists’ Film Club, ICA, London, England,
Assembly: Composite II, curated by Isobel Harbison, Part of the series Assembly: A Survey of Recent Artists’ Film and Video in Britain 2008-2013, Clore Auditorium, Tate Britain, London, England

Alma Mater, LUX Touring Programme, curated by Steven Cairns, Tramway, Glasgow, Scotland; Grand Union, Birmingham, England

Alma Mater, LUX Touring Programme, curated by Steven Cairns, Whitechapel Gallery, London, England

The Ancient Set, Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, London, England

From Earth, Light Box, Tate Britain, London, England

Strange Greeny from The Sum of the Earth, video screening at Kunstwerk, Berlin, Germany

One Geocrab, film screening as part of Night Stop Cinema, The Week of Small Miracles, London, England


Equivalents, Firstsite, Colchester, Essex, England

Strange things permit themselves the luxury of occurring, Camden Arts Centre, London, England


Steven Claydon: Forward-Facing Lemon Yellow Eyes, Hayward Gallery, London, England

The Fictional Pixel, Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, London, England

Jack too Jack, Arnolfini, Bristol, England

Jack too Jack, Portikus, Frankfurt, Germany
Jack too Jack, Inverleith House, Edinburgh, Scotland
Jack too Jack, Rio Cinema, London, England Remixed Water, Manchester, England
Remixed Water, Manchester, England

Shades of Destructors, Prince Charles Theatre, London, England
Shades of Destructors, Gavin Brown Enterprise, New York, NY
Shades of Destructors, Humanist Society, London, England

The Opposite of a Good Idea, live performance with Neil Chapman, Inventory, Volume 3, issue 2, launch, Guy’s Hospital, London, England

ADD N TO (X) Dinner Music for Electronic Quartet, in collaboration with Barry Adamson, Nick Cave and Pansonic, Royal Festival Hall, London, England


Remixed Water, collaboration with Lawrence Wiener and Ned Sublet


Paul Hamlyn Foundation Awards for Artists 2017

Hepworth Prize for Sculpture, The Hepworth Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England, shortlisted

Artist in Residence, Me.di.um, St. Barthelemy, French West Indies

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

Hill, Peter, “Steven Claydon: Art and Artefacts,” Vault, Issue 21, 2018, pp. cover, 48-52

*The Archipelago of Contented Peoples, Glasgow: The Common Guild, 2017
*Steven Claydon, edited by Andrea Bellini with texts by Mark Beasley, Andrea Bellini, Michael Bracewell, Steven Claydon, Martin Clark, and Michelle Cotton, Milan: Mousse Publishing, 2017
*I AInt the noIng Uv It I’m jUs onle the showIng Uv It: An exhIbItIon In two parts, texts by Martin Herbert, Timothy Morton, and Martin Westwood, Bergen: Bergen Kunsthall, 2017
Buck, Louisa, “Jarvis Cocker lights up the Hamlin Awards with a Powerpoint,” TheArtNewspaper.com, November 10, 2017
Jackson, Russel, “Artistic commission for underwater specialist JFD,” Scotsman.com, June 20, 2017
Cooper, Neil, “Steven Claydon The Archipelago of Contented Peoples: Endurance Groups,” List.co.uk, May 17, 2017
*The Fictional Pixel and The Ancient Set, Bergen: Bergen Kunsthall, April 2017
Herbert, Martin, “Steven Claydon, The Common Guild, Glasgow,” ArtReview, April 2017, p. 42
Miller, Phil, “Arts News: City of Glasgow Chorus, last chance to see monkeys at NMS, Steven Claydon at Common Guild,” HeraldScotland.com, April 17, 2017
Dixon, Joyce, “The Hepworth Prize for Sculpture, The Hepworth Wakefield, Yorkshire,” ArtReview, January/February 2017, p. 111
Gregory, Sam,”Blurred Boundaries, Toppled Monuments: The Hepworth Sculpture Prize,” TheQuietus.com, January 8, 2017

*Steven Claydon,texts by Michael Bracewell, Mark Beasley, Michelle Cotton, Martin Clark, and Steven Claydon with Andrea Bellini, Milan: Mousse Publishing, 2016
“Steven Claydon,” frieze masters, no. 5, 2016, pp. 106-107
Barry,Robert,”That Was The Year That Was: 2016 In Art,” TheQuietus.com, December 18, 2016
Smith-Laing, Tim, “The Hepworth sculpture prize exhibition is completely baffling — in a good way,” Apollo-Magazine.com, November 23, 2016
“First The Hepworth Prize for Sculpture winner to be revealed,” WakefieldExpress.co.uk, November 17, 2016
“Art on the edges,” YorkshirePost.co.uk, October 25, 2016
Black, Paul, “Hepworth Prize For Sculpture: Conceptual, Kinetic, Buoyant And Poetic,” Artlyst.com, October 25, 2016
“Art on the edges,” YorshirePost.co.uk, October 25, 2016
Parsons, Elly, “From sewing to scented curtains, the startling breadth of the first Hepworth Sculpture Prize,” Wallpaper.com, October 25, 2016
Wallis, Simon, “Object lessons at the Hepworth Wakefield: the importance of sculpture,” TheGuardian.com, Sculpture, October 22, 2016
Thomas, Skye Arundhati, “Phyllida Barlow and Helen Marten Lead Race to Win First Hepworth Sculpture Prize,” Artnet.com, On View, October 21, 2016
“Inaugural Hepworth Prize for Sculpture Exhibition Unveiled In Wakefield,” ArtLyst.com, October 20, 2016
Little, Harriet Fitch, “The Hepworth Prize for Sculpture,” FT.com, Visual Arts, October 21, 2016
Searle, Adrian, “Hepworth sculpture prize review — a brilliant beginning,” TheGuardian.com, October 20, 2016
“Hepworth Wakefield sculpture exhibition opens,” BBC.com, October 20, 2016
Buck, Louisa, “Prize draw: the evolution of the art prize,” Telegraph.co.uk, October 20, 2016
Silva, José Da, “Foam machines, scented curtains and cherry pips feature in first Hepworth Sculpture Prize show,” TheArtNewspaper.com, News, October 20, 2016
Forbes, Alexander, “What Sold at Frieze London and Frieze Masters,” Artsy.net, October 8, 2016
“Getting high at Frieze Masters,” TheArtNewspaper.com, October 7, 2016
Street, Ben, “The Science of Imaginary Solutions: Breese Little, London, 10 June – 17 September,” ArtReview, September 2016, p.152
Muñoz-Alonso, Lorena, “See What Dealers Are Bringing to Frieze London,” Artnet.com, Art Fairs, September 29, 2016
Watts, Jonathan P., “Art Sheffield 2016,” frieze, No. 180, June/July/August 2016, p. 199
Overton, Tom, “Steven Claydon: Sadie Coles HQ”, Artforum, Reviews, Vol. 54, No. 9, May 2016, p. 341
Long, Chris, “Art Sheffield: Curator Martin Clark’s guide to the festival,” BBC.com, April 26, 2016
Davidson, Mollie, “Art Sheffield: A City Seen Again”, ForgeToday.com, April 26, 2016
Judah, Hettie, “Despite Ambitious Program, Art Sheffield 2016 Is Hampered by Indifference”, Artnet.com, April 22, 2016
Watts, Jonathan P., “Art Sheffield 2016,” frieze.com, Reviews, April 19, 2016
Adams, Tim, “Damien Hirst and Mark Hix: ‘We could do Viagra oysters at the restaurant’,” TheGuardian.com, April 17, 2016
“Hepworth will host UK’s first sculpture prize,” PontefractandCastlefordExpress.com, March 26, 2016
Abrams, Amah-Rose, “Shortlist Announced for the First Hepworth Prize for Sculpture,” Artnet.com, March 22, 2016
“The Hepworth Wakefield Announces Shortlist and Judges for UK’s First Sculpture Prize,” Artforum.com, March 21, 2016
“Hepworth Prize for Sculpture Announces Names Of Four Artists Shortlisted,” ArtLyst.com, March 21, 2016
Brown, Mark, “Phyllida Barlow on shortlist for Hepworth sculpture prize,” TheGuardian.com, March 20, 2016
Douglas, Caroline, “Steven Claydon, The Gilded Bough, at Sadie Coles HQ, London,” ContemporaryArtSociety.org, March 4, 2016
Barry, Robert, “Round Them Up Cowgirl: March Exhibition Previews,” TheQuietus.com, February 28, 2016
“Art Sheffield unveils its festival schedule,” TheStar.co.uk, February 12, 2016
Harris, Gareth, and Anny Shaw, “Scratch videos, film and sound works to explode across Sheffield this spring,” TheArtNewspaper.com, February 10, 2016

*Alemani, Cecilia, “Steven Claydon,” High Art: Public Art on the High Line, Rizzoli Publications, New York, 2015, pp. 86-87
*Cairns, Steven, “Original Matter and Enduring Underlying Stuff: The complexity of interpretation in Steven Claydon’s ‘The Ancient Set’ and ‘The Fictional Pixel’,” Steven Claydon ‘The Fictional Pixel’ and ‘The Ancient Set’, Bergen: Bergen Kunsthalle, 2015
“Steven Claydon,” Flash Art, no. 305, November-December 2015
Dunne, Aiden, “Visual art round-up: On the trail of Jack the Ripper in Drogheda,” IrishTimes.com, November 17, 2015
Clark, Martin, “Steven Claydon,” Kaleidoscope, Highlights, Fall 2015, p. 65
Fabbris, Eva, “Steven Claydon: Analogues, Methods, Monsters, Machines,” Mousse, October-November 2015, Nº 50, Agenda, p. 190
Barry, Robert, ““Sovereign Objects”: Steven Claydon Talks Sculpture and Synthesizers,” TheQuietus.com, October 10, 2015
Neave, Kate, “How to survive as an artist in Britain,” DazedDigital.com, May 1, 2015
“Converse/Dazed Emerging Artists Award 2015 Shortlisted Artists Announced,” Artlyst.com, February 5, 2015

“Steven Claydon,” Sweet-Station.com, September 11, 2014
“Jarman Awards 2014 Shortlist Includes Turner Nominee Marvin Gaye Chetwynd,” Artlyst.com, July 10, 2014
Menegoi, Simone, translated from Italian by Marguerite Shore, “Milan: Steven Claydon,” Artforum.com, Critics’ Picks, January 9, 2014

Scoccimarro, Antonio, “Matt Mullican / Steve Claydon,” Mousse, Diary, Issue 41, December 2013 – January 2014, p. 213
*One Torino: Edition #1, edited by Nicoletta Esposito, texts by Andrew Berardini, Gary Carrion-Murayari, Anna Colin, Chris Fitzpatrick, and Julieta González, Turin: Artissima, 2013
*Gander, Ryan, Artists’ Cocktails, London, Dent-De-Leone, 2013
“High Line Commissions,” ELLE.com, Pop Culture, Culture Club, November 21, 2013, p. 38
Sandhu, Amanprit, “Indifferent Matter, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds,” Frieze, Number 158, Reviews, October 2013, p. 257
“‘Thingliness’ in the work of Steven Claydon,” Sleek, Issue 37, Fake / Folk, Spring 2013
Sutton, Benjamin, “‘Busted’ Smashes Sculptural Conventions Atop the High Line,” Artinfo.com, In the Air, April 25, 2013

Lindley, Peter, “Bruce Nauman: Days + Soundworks,” Morning Star, June 24, 2012
“Institute of Contemporary Arts presents the UK premiere of Bruce Nauman’s Days, a sound installation,” ArtDaily.org, June 18, 2012
Cairns, Steven, “Reviews: Colchester, UK: Steven Claydon, Firstsite,” Artforum, May 2012, p. 320
Little, Henry, “Steven Claydon: Culpable Earth,” this is tomorrow, May 4, 2012
Milliard, Coline, “Reviews: London: ‘CLASSICS,’ Carlson Gallery,” Modern Painters, April 2012, pp. 87-88
“In the space of the beholder: Exhibition of Contemporary sculpture on view at Pinakothek der Moderne,” ArtDaily.org, March 10, 2012
Casaglia, Matilde, “Culpable Earth – By Steven Claydon,” Posi+tive Magazine, March 5, 2012
Sherwin, Skye, “Artist of the week 178: Steven Claydon,” Guardian.co.uk, February 23, 2012
Milliard, Coline, “Steven Claydon Deploys His ‘Secular Animism’ at Firstsite in Colchester,” Artinfo.com, February 17, 2012
Lindley, Peter, “Alma Mater,” MorningStarOnline.co.uk, February 15, 2012
Sack, Emily, “The Passage of Materials | Steve Claydon: Culpable Earth | firstsite | Colchester,” Aesthetica Magazine, February 9, 2012
D’Arcy-Jones, Neil, “Steven’s new show at Colchester’s Firstsite features controversial bricks,” Daily Gazette, February 3, 2012
*Steven Claydon: Culpable Earth, edited by Michelle Cotton, texts by Martin Clark, Steven Claydon, Michelle Cotton and Patrizia Dander, Colchester: firstsite, 2012
Keeley, Amie, “Colchester: Mixing old and new at town’s gallery,” East Anglian Daily Times, February 3, 2012
Milliard, Coline, “Unlikely Classicists: Four Artists Grapple with the Weight of Antiquity,” Artinfo.com, January 13, 2012
D’Arcy-Jones, Neil, “Constable comes home to Firstsite,” Daily Gazette, January 11, 2012

*Douglas, Caroline, Transmitter / Receiver: The Persistence of Collage. London: Hayward Publishing, 2011, p. 18-21
Harris, Gareth, and Charlotte Burns, “Artists are a-changing,” The Art Newspaper, December 2, 2011
“Firstsite a success as 42,000 people visit,” Gazette-News.co.uk, November 11, 2011
Tan, Lumi, “Time Again: SculptureCenter, New York,” Frieze, Issue 142, October 2011, p. 250
Milliard, Coline, “A Biennial Blooms Where It’s Planted,” The International Herald Tribune, September 17, 2011
“Exhibition at Haus der Kunst reflects the versatility of Italian architect Carlo Mollino’s oeuvre,” ArtDaily.org, September 17, 2011
*Time Again, texts by Ed Atkins, Marc Camille Chaimowicz, Steven Claydon, Sergej Jensen, Sam Lewitt, R.H. Quaytman, Josef Strau, and Paul Thek, London: Novel, 2011
*We Will Live, We Will See, curated by Pavel S. Pyś. London: Zabludowicz Collection, 2011, p. 5
“Carol Bove e Steven Claydon: Fedeltà alla Materia,” Flash Art, Edizione Italiana, Number 295, July-September 2011, pp. 59-61
*Secret Societies, edited by Cristina Ricupero, Alexis Vaillant and Max Hollein, foreword by Max Hollein and Charlotte Laubard, texts by Ina Blom, Michael Bracewell, Gary Lachmann, Cristina Ricupero, Alexis Vaillant and Jan Verwoert. Cologne: Snoeck Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, 2011
“Secret Societies. To Know, To Dare, To Will, To Keep Silence,” NY Arts Magazine, Summer 2011
“‘Time Again’ at SculptureCenter,” Contemporary Art Daily, June 24, 2011
Moulène, Claire, “Les céramiques stupéfiantes de Steven Claydon,” Les Inrockuptibles, May 31, 2011
“British Art Show back in Glasgow for first time in 21 years,” Scotland.stv.tv, May 27, 2011
“British Art Show 7 Opens in Glasgow,” CreativeScotland.org.uk, May 27, 2011
Radcliff, Allan, “Scottish artist highlights from the 2011 British Art Show,” The List, Issue 680, April 28, 2011
Thompson, Theresa, “British Art Show 7: The Hayward Gallery, London,” The Oxford Times, Leisure, March 30, 2011
Lopes, Priya, “British Art Show Opens at Hayward Gallery,” Advert.co.uk, February 22, 2011
*Morton, Tom, Le Feuvre, Lisa, British Art Show 7: In the Days of the Comet, London: Hayward Gallery Publishing, 2011
“Carol Bove and Steven Claydon: Material Fidelity,” Flash Art, January/February 2011, pp. 76-79
Beauman, Ned, “British Art Show 7,” Frieze, Issue 136, January/February 2011, pp. 98-100

“British Art Show 7 opens in Nottingham,” news.bbc.co.uk, October 23, 2010
Rappolt, Mark, “Steve Claydon,”Art Review, Issue 44, October 2010, p. 101
Morton, Tom, “Out of the Cave,” Frieze, Issue 134, October 2010, pp. 194-199
*Jancou, Marc, ed., Rive Gauche/Rive Droite, Zurich: JRP|Ringier, 2010
*At Home/Not at Home: Works from the Collection of Martin and Rebecca Eisenberg, Annandale-on-Hudson: Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, 2010
Cotton, Michelle, “The Dark Monarch,” Frieze, Issue 128, January – February 2010, p. 122.

*Felix, Zdenek and Höner, Julia. Remote Memories: Steven Claydon, Thea Djordjadze, Hansjoerg Dobliar, David Noonan, Bernd Ribbeck. Düsseldorf: KAI 10 | Arthena Foundation, 2009.
Smaldone, Andrew, “Steven Claydon,” ArtReview, May 2009, p. 131
Pedraglio, Francesco and Caterina Riva, “Whatever Happened to the London Night,” Kaleidoscope, March/April 2009, pp. 132-135

*In Geneva No One Can Hear You Scream, edited by Marc Jancou, Blondeau Fine Art Services, Geneva, Switzerland. Zurich: JRP|Ringier, 2008, pp. 36-45
Morton, Tom, “Back to the Future,” Frieze, Issue 118, September 2008, cover & pp. 152-157
Morton, Tom, ” Strange Events…” Frieze, Issue 113, March 2008
Withers, Rachel, “Strange Things Permit Themselves the Luxury of Occurring,”Artforum, March 2008, pp. 371 – 372
Ascari, Alessio, “Interview,” Mousse, Issue 12, January 2008, pp. 6 – 9
Ward, Ossian, “Gothic Art Revival,” Time Out London, January 2, 2008

*Bracewell, Michael. Pale Carnage: Nobuyoshi Araki, Athanasios Argianas, Ulla Von Brandenburg, Tom Burr, Gillian Carnegie, Steven Claydon, Cerith Wyn Eva. Bristol: Arnolfini, 2007.
*”Sympathy for the Devil: Art and Rock and Roll Since 1967,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
Day, Charlotte, “Rings of Saturn Tate Modern,” Art & Australia, Vol. 44, No. 3, Autumn 2007, p. 448

Coomer, Martin, “Introducing: Steven Claydon,” Modern Painters, December 2006 / January 2007, pp. 92 – 94
*Higgs, Matthew. Dereconstruction. New York: Barbara Gladstone Gallery, 2006
Jian-Xing Too, “Le Voyage Intérieur,” ArtReview, February 2006, p.109
Morton, Tom, “Looking Back: Emerging Artists,” Frieze, January/February 2006, p.122
Fox, Dan and Simon Reynolds, “Music 2005,” Frieze, January 2006

Morton, Tom, “Selection of 2005,” Frieze, December 2005
Morton, Tom. Even a Stopped Clock Tells the Right Time Twice a Day. London: ICA
*Farquharson, Alex. Paris – Londres: Le Voyage Interieur. Paris: Espace Electra
Wood, Catherine, “Fear of a Planet at Hotel,” Frieze, September 2005, pp. 147 – 148
Jessica, “Fear of a Planet at Hotel,” Guardian Guide, March 19 – 25, 2005

“Twinterview, Interview with Paul Claydon,” Untitled, No. 25, Summer, 2001


“Re-routing, remixed water,” introductory text, Bookworks 

“Total All Out Water,” edition, box set, SHOWstudio 

“Architecture in Architecture,” Sleazenation
“Sometimes Leather,” Underwood Audio 2 

“Autointerview,” with Neil Chapman

“The Approach,” with Neil Chapman, Inventory, Vol. 3 Issue 3
“The Opposite of a Good Idea,” Inventory, Vol.3 Issue 2

“The Fullness that Fills up the Pulse of Durations: The Ambassadors,” collaboration with Chris Ofili, CD Box Set

“Carousel,” with Neal Chapman, pamphlet

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