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2015
installation view, Gagosian Gallery, New York, USA

2015
installation view, Gagosian Gallery, New York, USA

2015
installation view, Gagosian Gallery, New York, USA

2015
Installation view, Masks (Pentagon), Rockfeller Center, New York

2015
Installation view, Masks (Pentagon), Rockfeller Center, New York

2015
Installation view, Masks (Pentagon), Rockfeller Center, New York

2013
Installation view, "Where the wild things are", Sainsbury Centre, Norwich, United Kingdom

2013
Installation view, "Where the wild things are", Sainsbury Centre, Norwich, United Kingdom

2013
Installation view, "Where the wild things are", Sainsbury Centre, Norwich, United Kingdom

2012
installation view, "FIGURY Z NOWEGO ŚWIATA", Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw

2012
installation view, "FIGURY Z NOWEGO ŚWIATA", Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw

Untitled (Sprawling Octopus Man)
2009
bronze
256 x 213 x 152 cm

Baby
2009
Tuf-cal, hemp, iron rebar, wood, graphite, charcoal
260 x 229 x 206 cm, detail

Animal Mask 2009
2009
Tuf-cal, hemp, iron rebar, wood
208 x 71 x 78 cm

2009
installation view, "ODE", ZERO..., Milano

2009
installation view, "ODE", ZERO..., Milano

Block/Column
2009
Tuf-cal, hemp, iron rebar, redwood, graphite, charcoal
270 X 61 X 61 cm

Block/Column
2009
Tuf-cal, hemp, iron rebar, redwood, graphite, charcoal
270 X 61 X 61 cm, detail

Bronze Figure (Beginning)
2009
bronze
228 x 142 x 101 cm

Half Eye Mask (Study - Sun/Moon)
2009
Tuf-cal, hemp, graphite
83 x 60 x 17 cm

Bronze Head
2009
redwood, plaster, graphite, iron rebar
182 x 68 x 66 cm

Untitled
2009
graphite, color pencil, charcoal, oilbar, Tuf-cal, hemp, iron
91,5 x 68,5 x 17,7 cm

Boy No. 2
2008
Tuf-cal, hemp, iron, graphite, wood
254 x 101,6 x 109,2 cm
installation view, "Kabul 3000 (Love among the cabbages)", ZERO..., Milano

Born in 1972 in Leeds, England
Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA

education

1994–96
De Ateliers, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1991–94
BA, St. Martin’s School of Art, London, England.
1990–91
Jacob Kramer Foundation College, Leeds, England


selected solo exhibitions

 

2017
The Ridge, Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills, CA, USA

2016
Psychedelic Brothers – Drawn Paintings, Gagosian Gallery, Hong Kong, China

2015
Before the Room, Xavier Hufkens, Brussels, Belgium 

Lovers, L’Academie at Le Consortium, Vosne-Romanée, France
The Medusa and Other Heads, Gagosian Gallery, Park & 75, New York, NY
Masks (Pentagon), Rockefeller Center Plaza, New York, NY

 

2014
Moun Room, Hauser & Wirth, New York, NY
Studies ’98–’14, Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, The Hague, Netherlands
Thomas Houseago, Leeds Art Gallery, Leeds, England

 

2013 

My Genghis Khan Suit/Like A Circle Around the Sun, Xavier Hufkens, Brussels, Belgium

Hauser & Wirth Outdoor Sculpture: Thomas Houseago, St. James’s Church, London, England 

Thomas Houseago: Roman Figures, Gagosian Gallery, Rome, Italy
Thomas Houseago: Striding Figure/Standing Figure, Galleria Borghese, Rome, Italy
Thomas Houseago: As I Went Out One Morning, Storm King Art Center, Mountainville NY


2012 

I’ll be your sister. Hauser & Wirth, London, England

Special Brew, Hauser & Wirth, London, England
The mess I’m looking for, Hauser & Wirth, Zurich, Switzerland
Thomas Houseago: Where The Wild Things Are, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich, England.
Hauser & Wirth Outdoor Sculpture: Thomas Houseago, Hauser & Wirth Outdoor Sculpture Southwood Garden, St. James’s Church, London, England

Thomas Houseago: Hermaphrodite, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich, England
Thomas Houseago, Lying Figure. The High Line, New York, NY

 

2011 

The Beat of the Show (Indoor Sculpture), Inverleith House, Edinburgh, Scotland 

The Beat of the Show (Outddor Sculpture), Inverleith House, Edinburgh, Scotland. 

All Together Now, L & M Arts, Los Angeles, CA

 

2010 

Amy Bessone and Thomas Houseago, The Rennie Collection, Vancouver, Canada

What Went Down, Modern Art Oxford and the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, England. Travelled to: Museum Abteiberg, Mönchengladbach, Germany; the Centre International d’Art et du Paysage de l’Ile de Vassivière, Vassivière, France (through 2011)

The Moon and the Stars and the Sun, Galerie Michael Werner, New York, NY

 

2009 

Ode, ZERO…, Milan, Italy

TWOFACETWO: Aaron Curry & Thomas Houseago. Veneklasen/Werner, Berlin, Germany

There’s a Crack in Everything, That’s How the Light Gets In, Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin, Germany

Two Face (with Aaron Curry), Ballroom Marfa, Marfa, TX

 

2008 

Serpent, David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

When Earth Fucks with Space, Xavier Hufkens, Brussels, Belgium

Bastards, Herald Street, London, England

2007 

A Million Miles Away. The Modern Institute, Glasgow, Scotland

2003 

Thomas Houseago, I am Here, Selected Sculptures 1995 – 2003. S.M.A.K., Ghent, Belgium

2002 

Thomas Houseago, Amy Bessone, Xavier Hufkens, Brussels, Belgium

 

2000 

Something to Be, Galerie Fons Welters, Brussels, Belgium

1996 

Thomas Houseago, Stedelijk Museum Bureau, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Mum’s tattoo (with Matthew Monahan, guest curator: Luc Tuymans), Si en La, Antwerp, Belgium


selected group exhibitions


2017
Rodin: The Centennial Exhibition, Grand Palais, Paris, France
Versus Rodin: Bodies Across Space and Time, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia

2016
Creature, The Broad, Los Angeles, CA
Progressive Praxis, De Las Cruz Collection, Miami, FL
A Material Legacy: The Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Collection of Contemporary Art, Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, Durham, NC.
A New Selection from the Elgiz Collection: Faces and Masks. Elgiz Museum, Istanbul, Turkey
I still believe in miracles. Inverleith House, Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh, Scotland
Open This End : Contemporary Art from the Collection of Blake Byrne, Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery at Columbia University, New York, NY and Ronna and Eric Hoffman Gallery of Contemporary Art at Lewis & Clark College, Portland, OR (traveling exhibition)

2015
Picasso. Mania, Grand Palais, Paris, France.
After Picasso: 80 Contemporary Artists. Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, OH
Prototypology: An Index of Process and Mutation. Gagosian Gallery, Rome, Italy
Open This End : Contemporary Art from the Collection of Blake Byrne. Ohio State University Urban Arts Space, Columbus, OH, and Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, Durham, NC
Biennial – curated by Roderick Mengham, Jesus College, Cambridge, England
ArtZuid International Sculpture Route Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Picasso in Contemporary Art, Deichtorhallen, Hamburg, Germany
Display – Contemporary Drawings. Kettle’s Yard at University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England.
Selections from the Permanent Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

2014
Group Show, Gagosian Gallery, Rue de Ponthieu, Paris, France.
Masks, JGM Galerie, Paris, France
1 + 1 = 1, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal, Canada
Unbound: Contemporary Art After Frida Kahlo, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
Broken Gods Broken Heroes: Thomas Houseago, Jonathan Meese, Matthew Monahan, Stewe Galerie, Amsterdam, Netherlands
I may be wrong but I think you are beautiful, David Achenbach Projects, Düsseldorf, Germany

2013
Beg, Borrow and Steal, Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Springs, CA
L’art à l’endroit. Parcours d’art contemporain à Aix-en-Provence. Le Consortium, Aix- en-Provence, France
Somos Libres. The world of contemporary art through the eyes of Mario Testino. MATE, Lima, Peru
Contemporary Future, CAB Art Center, Brussels, Belgium

2012
Alone Together, Rubell Family Collection / Contemporary Arts Foundation, Miami, FL
Crossing Mirrors, Rosenblum Collection, Paris, France
For the Martian Chronicles, L&M Arts, Venice, CA.
Figures from the New World, Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowksi Castle, Warsaw, Poland
Roberts Collection, The Hepworth Wakefield, Wakefield, England
Art and the City, Sigi-Feigel-Terrasse, Zurich, Switzerland
Great St Helen’s: Sculpture Space. St Helen’s Square, London, England
A House of Leaves, David Roberts Art Foundation, London, England
To Hope, To Tremble, To Love: Works from the David Roberts Art Foundation, The  Hepworth, Wakefield, England
Group Show 2012. Xavier Hufkens, Brussels, Belgium 


2011
Classics: Steven Claydon, Giorgio di Chirico, Philip Guston, Thomas Houseago. Carlson Gallery, London, England
American Exuberance. Rubell Family Collection / Contemporary Arts Foundation, Miami, FL
Le Printemps de Septembre à Toulouse. Musée des Augustins / Musée de Beaux – Arts de Toulouse, Cour de l’Hôtel Saint – Jean (DRAC Midi – Pyrénées), Toulouse, France
Well Will Live, We Will See, Zabludowicz Collection, London, England
Flowers for Summer, Michael Werner Gallery, New York, NY
Lustwarande (4th International Sculpture Exhibition), Park de Oude Warande, Tilburg, The Netherlands
Not on Your List and Not Present, The Granary, Litchfield County, CT
Shape of Things to Come: New Sculpture, The Saatchi Gallery, London, England. The World Belongs to You. Palazzo Grassi, Venice, Italy
In Praise of Doubt. Punta della Dogana, Francois Pinault Foundation, Venice, Italy
Statuesque Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, TX
Artzuid 2011. Amsterdam, The Netherlands

2010
More Pricks than Kicks, David Roberts Art Foundation, London, England
The Artist’s Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA. Statuesque City Hall Park / Public Art Fund, New York, NY
Whitney Biennial 2010. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
The Library of Babel / In and Out of Place, Zabludowicz Collection, London, England

2009
Beg Borrow and Steal, Rubell Family Collection / Contemporary Arts Foundation, Miami,FL
California Maximalism. Nyehaus, New York, NY.
Construct and Dissolve: Works on paper from artists from Los Angeles, Galerie Sabine Knust, Munich, Germany
I giovani che visitano le nostre rovine non vi vedono che uno stile, Galleria Civica d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Turin, Italy
Thomas Houseago, Dieter Roth, André Thomkins, The Modern Institute, Glasgow, Scotland
All That Is Solid Melts Into Air. MuHKA: Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst, Antwerp, Belgium
The Craft of Collecting. Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
Beaufort03: Art by the Sea. Blankenberge, Belgium

2008
Black Swan: A Sculpture Show (organized by Aaron Curry and Thomas Houseago) Michael Werner Project Space, London, England
Academia: Qui es-tu? Chapelle de l’Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris, France
Kabul 3000 (Love among the cabbages), ZERO…, Milan, Italy
Nobody Puts Baby in a Corner, Isabella Bortolozzi Galerie, Berlin, Germany
Sonsbeek 2008: Grandeur, Museum for Modern Art, Arnhem, Netherlands

2007
Strange Events permit themselves the Luxury of Occurring, Camden arts Centre, London, England
Sculptor’s Drawings: Ideas, Studies, Sketches, Proposals, and More, Angles Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Personal Belongings – Contemporary Sculptures from Los Angeles, Galerei Sabine Knust, Munich, Germany

2006
Red Eye: Los Angeles Artists from the Rubell Family Collection, Rubell Family Collection, Miami, FL
Making and finding. The Foundation T-Life, Mount Kisco, NY.
Transformers. Donna Beam Fine Art Gallery, University of Nevada, Reno, NV. The Glass Bead Game. Vilma Gold Project Space, Berlin, Germany

2005
Both Ends Burning. David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA. Six Outdoor Projects. Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY

2004
Solo presentation, Art Brussels, with gallery Xavier Hufkens, Brussels, Belgium

2003
Passie in Beeld, ruimtelijk werk uit de collectie van de Nederlandsche Bank Maliebeeld, Den Haag, The Netherlands
Galerie Fons Welters, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

2002
Stedelijk Museum in De Nieuwe Kerk, Beelden/Sculpture

1947-2002
Nieuwe Kerk, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

2001
Rondom Jheronimous Bosch. Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, the Netherlands 

1999
Glad IJs. Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Werk boven de bank. Archipel, Apeldoorn, the Netherlands

1998
Morning Glory. De Ateliers, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Summer Show. Xavier Hufkens, Brussels, Belgium

Acquisitions 1997
De Nederlandsche Bank, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

1997
New Acquisitions. Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, the Netherlands


Lectures/Panels/Teaching

2001–02
Committee Member for the NICC-Bruxel lecture series, Brussels, Belgium. 

Commissions

2014
Commission for Yorkshire Sculpture Triangle (comprised of Henry Moore Institute, The Hepworth Wakefield, Leeds Art Gallery, and Yorkshire Sculpture Park), Yorkshire, UK

2004
Public Commission for Hoofdorp, Haarlemmermeer, The Netherlands

2002
Commission for the City of Harderwijk, Harderwijk, The Netherlands. Commission for the Briljantlaan, City of Utrecht, The Netherlands

1998
Sculpture Commission, Almere, The Netherlands (Mondriaan Stichting, Praktijkbureau)

 


 

Selected Bibliography

 

 

Book and Catalogue:

 

2013

Michaela Unterdörfer, Hauser & Wirth: 20 years, Ostfildern, Hatje Cantz

 

2012

Thomas Houseago, Chiara Parisi, Susanne Titz, George Herold, Thomas

Houseago, Walther Konig

 

2011

Nicholas Baume, Statuesque: Pawel Althamer, Huma Bhabha, Aaron Curry, Thomas

Houseago, Matthew Monahan, Rebecca Warren, exhibition’s catalogue, Public Art Fund, New York

Thomas Houseago, Michael Stanley, Thomas Houseago:What Went Down, exhibition’s catalogue, Museum of Modern Art Oxford, Oxford

Thomas Houseago, Sarah Watson, Dominique Astrid Lévy, Thomas Houseago: All

Together Now, exhibition’s catalogue, L & M Arts, Los Angeles

Rachel Rosenfield Lafo, Philipp Kaiser, Amy Bessone / Thomas Houseago, exhibition’s catalogue, Rennie Collection, Vancouver

Lupe Nunez-Fernandez, The Shape of Things to Come: New Sculpture, exhibition’s catalogue, Saatchi Gallery, London

Juan Roselione-Valadez (ed.), American Exuberance. Rubell Family Collection, Miami, pp. 64 – 67

 

2010

Anna-Catharina Gebbers, Ellen Mara De Wachter, Jorge Luis Borges, The Library

of Babel-In and Out of Place,exhibition’s catalogue, Zabludowicz Collection, London

Thomas Houseago, Jon Wood, Enrico David, Thomas Houseago: The Moon and the Stars and the Sun, exhibition’s catalogue, Michael Werner Galerie, New York

Permanent Trouble: Kunst aus der Sammlung Kopp München, exhbition’s catalogue, Kunstforum Ostdeutsche Galerie, Regensburg

 

2009

Anne Ellegood, Vitamin 3-D: New Perspectives in Sculpture and Installation,

Phaidon Press, London

Nicole Hackert, Thomas Houseago. Thomas Houseago: There is a Crack in

Everything. That’s How the Light Gets In, exhibition’s catalogue, Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin

Juan Roselione-Valadez (ed.), Beg Borrow and Steal, exhibition’s catalogue, Rubell Family Collection, Miami

 

2008

Rudi Fuchs, Thomas Houseago: When Earth Fucks With Space, exhibition’s catalogue, Gallery Xavier Hufkens, Brussels

 

 

 

2007

Mark Coetzee (ed.), Artists from the Rubell Family Collection, Red Eye, Los Angeles

 

2005

Both Ends Burning, exhibition’s catalogue, David Kordansky Gallery, October

 

2002

Stedelijk Museum in De Nieuwe Kerk no 1: Beelden 1947>2002 sculpture, Stichting Projecten De Nieuwe Kerk and Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam in 2001, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

 

2001

2001 a public space odissea, exhibition catalogue, Nieuwe Kunst in Amsterdam, Arti et Amicitiae, Amsterdam

 

 

Articles and Reviews:

 

2013

“First U.S. museum exhibition devoted to Contemporary sculptor Thomas

Houseago opens at Storm King.” Art Daily, June 3

“Thomas Houseago at Gagosian.” Vogue Italia, June 3

Boatright, Kristen. “Eye on Art [Video]-New Exhibitions at Storm King” Blouin ArtInfo,

May 30

Dan Duray, “Thomas Houseago Splits With Michael Werner, Plans Show With

Gagosian” GalleristNY, May 30

Michael Slenske, “Summer's Must-See Outdoor Art”, Architectural Digest, May
David Ebony, “Monsters on the Lawn: Thomas Houseago at Storm King”, Art in America, July 31
Piero Paolo Pancotto, “Thomas Houseago at Borghese Museum and Gallery”, Artforum, June 25

 

2012
Kelly Crow, “Searching for the Next Art-World Star”, Wall Street Journal, November 29

“De Bruyckere and Houseago Records Set at Christie’s”, Gallerist NY, February 14

“Great St Helen’s Sculpture Space, Miechael Craig-Martin, Julian Opie, Thomas

Houseago, Yayoi Kusama, Dan Graham”, Artlyst, May 10

“Hans Josephson – A Body of Work”, Kilimag.com, July 27

“Mit wem schlafen Sie, Oskar Melzer?”, Monopol, August, p. 21

“Next Most Collectible Artists”, Art + Auction, June, pp. 105 – 106

“Thomas Houseago headed to the High Line this Friday” Gallerist NY, May 16

“Thomas Houseago”, Financial Times - Weekend, April 28-29, p. 15

“Thomas Houseago: Where the Wild Things Are”, Royal Academy of Arts

Magazine, July 26

“Trick or Treat?”, British Vogue, October, p. 318

Andrew Berardini, “Thomas Houseago”, Art Review, September, pp. 64 – 69

Laura Campbell, “Mega Good Space: Hauser & Wirth, Savile Row - Thomas

Houseago”, Mega Good Art, September 21

Ian Collins, “Norwich welcomes Thomas Houseago”, Norwich Evening News, August 9

Kelly Crow, “Searching for the Next Art-World Star”, The Wall Street Journal, November 29

Dan Duray, “Thomas Houseago Headed to the High Line This Friday”, Gallerist NY, May 16

John Patrick Egan, “Thomas Houseago at Hauser & Wirth”, One Stop Arts, September 10

Colin Gleadell, “Charles Saatchi’s best recent investments”, The Telegraph, February 20

Griffin, Jonathan. “Sacred Monsters”, Financial Times Weekend, August 18, pp. 14 – 19

Sophie Hastings, “Breaking the mould. How Thomas Houseago carved a path to sculpting stardom”, British GQ, p. 21

Jones, Jonathan, “Housago’s monstrous sculptures and Cecil Beaton on war – the

week in art”, The Guardian, August 31

Ben Luke, “Hot tickets”, Royal Academy of Arts Magazine, London, Autumn, p. 24

Kevin McGarry, “Out There. Art in Plein Air”, T: The New York Times Style Magazine,

July 24

Coline Milliard, “Classics”, Modern Painters, April, p. 87

Milliard, Coline. “’The best sculptures come from a struggle’: a Q&A with Thomas Houseago”, Blouin Artinfo, September 11

Coline Milliard, “Lauren Prakke”, Modern Painters, July-August, p. 75

Jack Nelson, “Art exhibition: I’ll be your sister/Special Brew – Thomas Houseago at Hauser & Wirth”, The Upcoming, September 8

Rob Sharp, “Thomas Houseago”, Modern Painters, December

Cornelius Tittel, “Coming into form. Thomas Houseago”, 032c, Winter, pp. 170 – 181

Cornelius Tittel, “Who ist this man?”, Welt,January 15

Judd Tully, “Despite Gripes About Thwarted VIPs, Art Bassel’s Languorous Two-Day Preview Nets Serious Sales”, Blouin Artinfo, June 13

 

2011

Jori Finkel, “Sculptor Thomas Houseago’s shape-shifting world”, Los Angeles Times, January 2

“Artists’ Moves”, The Art Newspaper, December, p. 56

“In search of Michelangelo”, The Art Newspaper, October 12, p. 14

“London, Art Fair”, Wall Street Journal Europe, October 7, p. 15.

“Thomas Houseago. Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh”, Financial Times, December 24, p. 13

“Thomas Houseago”, Art, October 6, p. 22

“Thomas Houseago, Artist to Watch”, The Art Economist, April

Tim Ackermann, “Das grosse Unentschieden”, Die Welt. October 15, p. 28

Roxana Azimi, “Das Kunstmarkt-Briefing”, Monopol, December, p. 103

Rachel Corbett, ‘Frieze Art Fair. Frieze Week Guide 2011”, Artnet, October 12

Molly Enholm, “LA Sculptors. Thomas Houseago: Shape-Shifting Figures”, Art Ltd, May-June, pp. 40-41

Jori Finkel, “Notes from the Venice Biennale - Thomas Houseago's can't-be-missed sculpture at Palazzo Grassi”, Los Angeles Times, June 2

Jori Finkel, “Sculptor Thomas Houseago’s shape-shifting world”, Los Angeles Times, Jan 2

Gareth Harris, Charlotte Burns, “Artists are a-changing”, The Art Newspaper, December

Luke Heighton, “Reviews: UK: Thomas Houseago – What Went Down”, Art Review, December, p. 124

Natasha Hoare, “Thomas Houseago. Draw Me A Sculpture”, Elephant, Summer, Issue 7

Paul Hobson, “The highlights of 2011’s Frieze Art Fair”, Shortlist, October 6, p. 15

Thomas Houseago, Enrico David, “I’m fucked out of your mind”, Mousse Magazine, October, pp. 184-193

Jonathan Jones, “Martin Creed's stairway to heaven”, The Guardian, August 1

Leah Ollman, “Art Review: Thomas Houseago at L & M”, Los Angeles Times, February 3

Adam O’Reilly, “New Primitive: In the Studio With Thomas Houseago”, Art in America, January 25

Scott Reyburn, “Billionaires Lured by $350 Million Art as Frieze Fights Investors’ Concern”, Bloomberg, October 11, pp.1-2

Skye Sherwin, “Artist of the week 120 - Thomas Houseago”, The Guardian, Jan. 5

Skye Sherwin, “Frieze Art Fair and other openings London”, The Guardian, October 8, p. 35

Gina Thomas, “Kreditkartenzerstörmaschine”, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, October 15, p. 41

Jackie Wullschlager, “Edinburgh Untamed”, Financial Times, August 5

 

2010

Rachel Rosenfield Lafo, “Figuratively Speaking. A Conversation with Thomas Houseago”, Sculpture Magazine, November

Christopher Bedford, “New Images of the Old Man”, Art in America, October

Aaron Curry, “Thomas Houseago and Aaron Curry. Standing Figures”, Flash Art International, March

Marco Tagliaferro, “Thomas Houseago”, Flash Art Italy, February

Holland Cotter, “At a Biennial on a Budget, Tweaking and Provoking”, TheNew York Times, February 25th

Holland Cotter, “At a Biennial on a Budget, Tweaking and Provoking”, The New York Times, February 25

Aaron Curry, “Aaron Curry, Thomas Houseago. Conversation”, Flash Art, March-April, pp. 86-89

Rachel Rosenfield Lafo, “Figuratively Speaking. A conversation with Thomas Houseago”, Sculpture, November, pp. 24-31

Paul Levy, “Energy Pulses Through Houseago's Sculpture”, The Wall Street Journal, December 31

Matthew Guy Nichols, “Thomas Houseago: Michael Werner Gallery”, Art in America, September 11

Degen Pener, “The Masculine Mystique”, Angeleno, April.

Dieter Roelstraete, “In Defense of Acephalia”, Mousse Magazine, September 8

 

2009

Buhr von Elke, “Unheimliche Begegnung in der dritten Dimension”, Monopole, December

Riccardo Conti, “Fino al 2.XII.2009. Thomas Houseago, Milano, Magazzini di Porta Genova”, Exibart.com, Novembre 30th

Barbara Casavecchia, “Lo scultore californiano nascosto a Porta Genova”, Repubblica, November

“Thomas Houseago”, Domus, October

Dieter Roelstroete, “In Defense of Acephalia”, Mousse Magazine, April

Michael Ned Holte, “Back to the Monumental”, Kaleidoscope, March

David Kordansky, “Thomas Houseago”, Art in America, March

Sonia Campagnola, “Thomas Houseago”, Flash Art International, January /February

Catherine Wagley, “Bringing the Monument Back to Life”, Dailyserving.com, January 29th

Mariuccia Casadio, “Futurity”, Vogue Italy, January

“Thomas Houseago”, Mousse Magazine, April, p.46

Sonia Camoagnola, “Thomas Houseago. David Kordansky Gallery- Los Angeles”,

Flash Art, January- February

Michael Ned Holte, “Back to the Monumental. On the sculpture of Thomas Houseago”, Kaleidoscope, March, pp. 9-13

Kevin West, “Thomas Houseago and Aaron Curry”, W magazine, November

 

2008

Hans Werner Holzwarth (ed.), Art Now 3, Taschen, Cologne

Sherwin, Skye. “Thomas Houseago.” Art Review, October.

 

2007

Alexander Kennedy, “Thomas Houseago. A Million Miles Away”, The List, Issue 592, December 13

Roberta Smith, “Michael Queenland: Bread & Balloons”, The New York Times, March 9

Skye Sherwin, “Future Greats: Thomas Houseago”, Art Review, March

 

2006

Karen Wright, “U.K. Artists Thrive, Why Not open Turner Prize?”, Bloomberg.com, December 28

Marc Spiegler, “LA art is here to stay”, The Art Newspaper International Edition, December 8

Kristen Peterson, “Good Shows”, Las Vegas Sun, December 8

Roberta Smith, “More Than You Can See: Storm of Art Engulfs Miami”, The New York Times, December 9

Anne Rochette, Wade Saunders, “Place Matters: Los Angeles Sculpture Today”, Art in America, November

Alex Segade, “Nothing Up The Sleeve”, Art US, October / Novembre

Marc Spiegler, “American Renaissance”, The Art Newspaper Art Basel Daily Edition, June 14

Anne and Wade Saunders Rochette, “Place Matters: Los Angeles Sculpture Today”, Art in America, November

 

2000

Dominic van den Boogerd, “De Frankenstein factor”, HP/De Tijd, November 3


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