Christian Holstad

Born Anaheim, CA 1972
Lives and works in New York, NY

Education

1994

  1. BFA, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO

Solo Exhibitions

2016

  1. Toothpick, Galleria Massimo De Carlo, Milan, Italy

2014

  1. Corrections, Victoria Miro, London, United Kingdom

2013

  1. The Book of h/Ours, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY

2011

  1. You Will Find Me if You Want Me in the Garden unless It’s Pouring Down With Rain, Galleria Massimo de Carlo, Milan, Italy

2010

  1. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch, Schmidt & Handrup, Köln, Germany

2009

  1. The World’s Gone Beautiful, Daniel Reich Gallery, New York, NY
  2. I Confess, curated by Milovan Farronato, Galleria Civica di Modena, Italy [catalogue]
  3. American Standard, Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK

2008

  1. I Know Why the Birdcage Sings, Daniel Reich Gallery, New York, NY

2007

  1. Christian Holstad, Galleria Massimo de Carlo, Milan, Italy

2006

  1. Containers on the Beach, Art Basel Miami Beach: Art Positions, Miami
  2. The Terms of Endearment, curated by Bonnie Clearwater, Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, FL [catalogue]
  3. Leather Beach, Prince Deli (Daniel Reich Gallery), New York, NY

2005

  1. Beautiful Lies You Could Live in, Victoria Miro Gallery, London, United Kingdom
  2. The Area Known As The Grassy Knoll, Galleria Massimo de Carlo, Milan, Italy

2004

  1. Gaeity; Discovering the Lost Art (in Absentia), curated by Beatrix Ruf, Kunsthalle Zurich, Switzerland
  2. A Dark Room in Which to Stagger Sorrow, Whitney Biennial, New York, NY
  3. Innocent Killers, Project Room, PS1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, NY
  4. Moving Towards the Light, Daniel Reich Gallery, New York, NY
  5. American Express, Hiromi Yoshii, Tokyo

2003

  1. Sonnenaufgang (sunrise), Aurel Scheibler Gallery, Köln, Germany
  2. Sonnenaufgang (sunset), Daniel Schmidt Gallery, Köln, Germany
  3. The Birth of Princess Middlefinger, Prague Biennial, Prague, Czech Republic
  4. The Housekeepers, Daniel Reich Gallery, The Scope Art NY ‘03, Dylan Hotel, New York, NY
  5. Grooming Parks in Absentia, Aurel Scheibler Gallery, Köln, Germany

2002

  1. Life is a Gift, Daniel Reich Gallery, New York, NY
  2. The Self Esteem Salon: The Baptism Series, (with Chris Verene), Deitch Projects, New York and Faye Gold Gallery, Atlanta, GA
  3. Gentle Heights presents Christian Holstad’s Sand Day (in Absentia): A Show of Artifacts, Absentia Art Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

1997

  1. How Art Thou, Chorus Gallery, Minneapolis
  2. Home Shopping Channel, for Chivas Clem’s Fifth International, New York, NY

Selected Group Exhibitions

2016

  1. Terra Provocata, Fondazione del Monte and Museo Civico Medievale, Bologna, Italy
  2. Chromaphobia | Chomophilia, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, Missouri 

2015

  1. Soft Core, Invisible-Exports, New York, NY
  2. From The Ruins..., 601 Artspace, New York, NY

2014

  1. Boundary Waters, Schmidt & Handrup, Cologne, Germany
  2. Aquatopia, Tate St Ives, St Ives

2013

  1. One day the day will come when the day will not come, curated by Milovan Farronato, FUTURA, Prague, Czech Republic
  2. Paper, Saatchi Gallery, London, United Kingdom
  3. Ecce Homo, Pavel Zoubok Gallery, New York, NY
  4. Aquatopia, Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham, United Kingdom
  5. The Power of Paper, Saatchi Gallery, London, United Kingdom
  6. Hangzhou Triennial of Fiber Art, Zhejiang Art Museum and the China National Silk Museum, Hangzhou, China

2012

  1. Graphite, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis
  2. Coming After, The Power Plant, Toronto, Canada
  3. Portraits: Cabinet de Curiosités, Galerie Bertrand & Gruner, Geneva

2011

  1. The Air We Breathe, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
  2. The Listening Party, for Volcano Extravaganza, Fiorucci Art Trust, Stromboli, Italy
  3. Chairty Group Exhibition for East Northern Japan, Hiromi Yoshii Gallery, Tokyo
  4. Aftermath, curated by Simon Castets, Taka Ishii, Kyoto, Japan
  5. Kompass Zeichnungen aus dem Museum of Modern Art New York, Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin, Germany

2010

  1. Eraserhead, Fruehsorge Contemporary Drawings, Berlin, Germany
  2. Summercamp II: Head Shop, curated by Billy Miller, Exile, Berlin, Germany
  3. Head Shop, Exile Gallery, Berlin, Germany
  4. Boy, Oh Boy!, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL
  5. Kupferstichkabinett: Between Thought and Action, White Cube, London, United Kingdom
  6. Christmas In July, Yvon Lambert Gallery, New York, NY
  7. Kunstkonsum Schwerenot, Schmidt & Handrup, Cologne
  8. So Be It: Interventions in Printed Matter, Andrew Roth Gallery, New York
  9. Permanent Trouble - Kunst aus der Sammlung Kopp, Kunstforum Ostdeutsche Galerie, Regensburg, Germany
  10. Held Up By Columns, Renwick Gallery, New York, NY
  11. Rive Gauche/Rive Droite, Marc Jancou Contemporary, Paris, France
  12. Chicken Shit Bingo, MiArt, Milan, Italy

2009

  1. Collection: MOCA's First 30 Years, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
  2. The Power of Paper, Saatchi Gallery, London, United Kingdom
  3. Shape of Things to Come: New Sculpture, Saatchi Gallery, London, United Kingdom
  4. Compilation IV, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, Germany
  5. Zur Sache (opening exhibition), Schmidt & Handrup, Köln, Germany
  6. Light Chamber (Part 2), X-Initiative Foundation, New York, NY
  7. Second Hand, curated by Jasper Sharp, Engelhorn Galerie, Vienna, Austria
  8. Compass in Hand, Selections from the Judith Rothchild Collection, MoMA, New York, NY

2008

  1. READER, Galerie Today at ARTIS Den Bosch, s'-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands
  2. Collage: Unmonumental (Inaugural Exhibition), New Museum, New York, NY
  3. (i-mûrj·d), Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL
  4. Time Crevasse, Yokohama Triennale 3, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa-ken
  5. Inaugural exhibition, Hiromi Yoshii Gallery (second space), Tokyo, Japan
  6. Art & Entrepeneurship, Credit Suisse, Chelsea Art Museum, New York, NY
  7. The Dark Fair, Swiss Institute, New York, NY
  8. The Otherside, curated by Billy Miller, The 58 Gallery, New Jersey
  9. Yours, Mine and Ours, University Gallery, Gallery of Essex, Colchester

2007

  1. BloodBath & Beyond (with Ryan Schaefer and Claude Wampler), Hiromi Yoshii, Tokyo, Japan
  2. The Male Gaze, powerHouse Arena, New York, NY
  3. Biennale de Lyon, Lyon, France
  4. Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia
  5. Fit to Print, Gagosian Gallery Madison Avenue, New York, NY

2006

  1. Art on Paper, Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC
  2. Thank You for the Music, curated by Johannes Fricke Waldthausen, Sprüth Magers Lee, London, United Kingdom
  3. Uncertain States of America, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY; Serpentine Gallery, London, UK; Reykjavík Art Museum, Reykyavík, Iceland; Herning Art Museum, Herning, Denmark; CCA Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland; Le Musée de Sérignan, Sérignan, France; Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague, Hungary; Songzhuan Art Center, Beijing, China
  4. Panic Room – Works from the Dakis Joannou Collection, curated by Jeffrey Deitch and Cathy Grayson, Deste Foundation, Athens, Greece
  5. Clarissa Dalrymple’s Exhibition of Young Artists to Benefit the Foundation for Contemporary Arts, Bortolami Dayan Gallery, New York, NY
  6. Making The Band, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
  7. Which Reality, Saatchi Gallery, London, United Kingdom

2005

  1. Uncertain States of America, Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo, Norway
  2. Performa 05, First Biennal of New Visual Art Performance in New York City, Performa, New York, NY
  3. Thank You for the Music, curated by Johannes Fricke Waldthausen, Sprüth Magers Lee, Münich, Germany
  4. Greater New York, PS1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, NY
  5. Looking at Words, The Formal Use of Text in Modern and Contemporary Works on Paper, Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York, NY
  6. Hanging By a Thread, The Moore Space, Miami, FL

2004

  1. Incantations, Metro Pictures, New York, NY
  2. The New Gothic: Art for the Tortured Soul (with Olaf Breuning, Steven Klein, Pierre Molinier, Ewoud Van Rijn, Markus Selg, and Floria Sigismondi), Cokkie Snoei, Rotterdam, Netherlands
  3. Formalismus. Moderne Kunst, heute, curated by Yilmaz Dziewior, Kunstverein, Hamburg, Germany
  4. Happy Days are Here Again, curated by Andre Schlechtriem, David Zwirner, New York, NY
  5. Domestic Porn, Foksal Foundation Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
  6. Le Cabinet des Collages, D’Amelio Terras, New York, NY
  7. California Earthquakes, Daniel Reich Gallery, New York, NY
  8. Socle du Monde, Herning Kunstmuseum, Herning, Denmark
  9. Anima/Botanica, Branch New York, New York, NY
  10. 04. Preview Collection, Hiromi Yoshii, Tokyo, Japan

2003

  1. Today’s Man, John Connelly Presents, New York, NY
  2. Regarding Amy, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York, NY
  3. Now Playing, D’amelio Terras, New York, NY
  4. The Birdman Returns, curated by Daniel Reich, D'Amelio Terras, New York, NY
  5. Group Show, curated by Clarissa Dalrymple, Grant Selwyn Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA
  6. 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
  7. Surreal Estate, Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York, NY
  8. Group Show, Galleria Massimo de Carlo, Milan, Italy
  9. Brewster 2003, Brewster, New York, NY
  10. Karaoke Death Machine, Daniel Reich Gallery, New York, NY
  11. Branch New York: First Biennial Group Show - Anima/Botanica, Branch Gallery, New York, NY
  12. Costume and Set collaboration with Claude Wampler: Stable (Stupidity Project Part 10), January 16-19, P.S. 122, New York, NY
  13. Really, curated by Barbara Hunt, Artist’s Space, New York, NY
  14. Twentieth Anniversary Exhibition: Welcome Home, Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York, NY

2002

  1. Bathroom Group Show, Daniel Reich Gallery, New York, NY
  2. Two For the Road, with Delia R. Gonzalez + Gavin R. Russom, Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York, NY
  3. It’s a Wild Party and We’re Having a Great Time, Paul Morris Gallery, New York, NY

2001

  1. Coat Check (with Claude Wampler), Contact Studios, Brooklyn, NY
  2. Zeek Sheck Collaboration, Knitting Factory, New York, NY

2000

  1. Gentle Heights, Manhattan Public Access Television, New York, NY
  2. The Self Esteem Salon, for Cherie Nevers, Whitney Biennial, New York, NY
  3. M.I.M.E.: History Part One, Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York, NY
  4. Slide Show, John Michael Kohler Art Center, Sheboygan, WI

1999

  1. The Car Show, Reported Injuries Art Space, Brooklyn, NY

1998

  1. Fleshy Juggler Collaboration with Scoli Acosta and Hall of Fame, Brownies, New York, NY
  2. Rejoice, Collaboration with Scoli Acosta, Rubulad - The Strip Show, Brooklyn, NY
  3. ¡Gringo!, La Panderia, Mexico City, Mexico

1997

  1. New York Society of Fondness and Appreciation, Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York, NY
  2. Fancy Pantz School of Dance, Collaboration with Alex Bag & Tom Borgese, Gramercy Art Fair, New York, NY
  3. The Lucky Breeders Barbershop Quartet, The Cooler, New York, NY
  4. Current – A Human Buffet (collaboration with Scoli Acosta), Here Arts Gallery, New York, NY
  5. Cult of Claude, Here Arts Gallery, New York, NY

1996

  1. Sauna Hut Available, Chorus Gallery, Minneapolis, MN

1995

  1. Midwest Bound, Chorus Gallery, Minneapolis, MN

Bibliography

2016

  1. “Christian Holstad, Toothpick, Massimo de Carlo, Milano” Exibart, March 24

2014

  1. “New collage work by American artist Christian Holstad on view at Victoria Miro.” Artdaily, April

2013

  1. Dalley, Jan. “Cool Grey vs. Crazy Colour.” The Financial Times, October 13
  2. Russeth, Andrew. “Christian Holstad: The Book of Hours at Andrew Kreps Gallery.” The New York Observer, June 17
  3. “Christian Holstad.” The New Yorker, June 10
  4. Weiner, Emily. “Christian Holstad.” Artforum.com, June

2011

  1. Tagliaferro, Marco. “Christian Holstad – Massimo De Carlo Milano” Flash Art, n. 294, June, p.110       

  2. Cremascoli, Olivia, “Dal globale al rionale” Interni, n.6, June, pp. 48-59

2010

  1. Cotter, Holland. “Christian Holstad.” The New York Times, January 29

  2. Velasco, David. “Christian Holstad: Daniel Reich Gallery,” Artforum, March
  3. Gartenfeld, Alex. “Christian Holstad.” Art in America, March
 
2009
  1. “Christian Holstad: I Confess.” Domus, December
  2. Casadio, Mariuccia. “Chemistry.” Vogue, December
  3. Molinari, Guido. “Christian Holstad” Flash Art, n. 278, October-November
  4. Tagliafierro, Marco. “Christian Holstad.” Artforum.com, September
  5. Art Odyssey, Kevin McGarry. T Magazine, August 3
  6. Bombelli, Ilaria. “Primaries Underwear: Christian Holstad.” Mousse #16
  7. “X Initiative.” Elle Japan, June
  8. Smith, Roberta. “MOMA Pushes the Envelope in Works on Paper.” The New York Times, April 24
  9. De Koff, Derek. “The Roof is On Fire.” Out.com, April
  10. Castets, Simon. “Christian Holstad.” V Magazine online, March
  11. Phybus, Michael. “Christian Holstad.” Plastique Magazine
  12. Vloet, Corine, Mr. Motely, March
  13. Kinsey, Cadence. “Christian Holstad.” Dazed and Confused, February
  14. Holstad, Christian. “Christian Holstad” Flash Art International, n. 264, January, p.77 

2008

  1. Weist, Nick. “All that Glitters.” Tokion, Vol. 2 No. 5
  2. “Sloppy Craft: How Practice Makes Perfect.” Crafts, March/April
  3. Dupois, Isabelle. “Collage: The Unmonumental Picture.” Flash Art, March/April
  4. Smith, Roberta. “Collage: The Unmonumental Picture.” The New York Times: Art in Review, February 1

2007

  1. Derieux, Florence. “9th Lion Biennial.” Flash Art, November-December
  2. Turner, Elisa. “Why Don’t You Come and Install It.” Art News, October
  3. “The Best/Danse.” Playback, October
  4. “Tra le biennali in corso” Arte e Critica, n. 52, September – November, pp. 42-43
  5. Goldberg, Rosalee. “Performa: New Visual Art Performance.”
  6. “La Chaos de la Vie…,” Numero, April
  7. Beatrice, Luca. “Neogotico.” Arte, April
  8. Muritti, Elisabetta. “L’ULTRANERO” Velvet, n. 2, January, p. 224

2006

  1. Cattelan, Maurizio. “Christian Holstad.” Flash Art, November
  2. “Art Exhibits Tap into the Punk-Rock Aesthtic.” The Miami Herald, September 17
  3. “MOCA annex opens ‘Terms of Endearment.” Coral Gables Gazette, September 13
  4. Turner, Elisa. “A Walk on the Wild Side.” The Miami Herald, September 16
  5. Patrice Elizabeth Grell Yursik. “Don Miss This.” Miami New Times, September 13
  6. International, n. 9, May, pp. 94-94; p.308 
  7. Fels, Sophie. “Christian Holstad, ‘Love Means Never Having to Say You’re
  8. Sorry’.” Time Out New York, April 13-19
  9. Cotter, Holland. “Christian Holstad.” The New York Times
  10. Bollen, Christopher. “Christian Holstad.” Artforum
  11. Velasco, David. ”Christian Holstad.” Artforum.com

2005

  1. “Under $10,000.” ARTnews, November
  2. “An Interview with Christian Holstad.” BT, vol 57
  3. Singer, Debra. “Post Biennial Post-Script.” Parkett, #75
  4. Bell, Kirsty. “Formalism: Modern Art, Today” Frieze, n. 89, March, p. 124
  5. Goldberg, Rosalee. “Performa: New Visual Art Performance.”
  6. “La Chaos de la Vie…,” Numero, April
  7. Beatrice, Luca. “Neogotico.” Arte, April
  8. Muritti, Elisabetta. “L’ULTRANERO” Velvet, n. 2, January, p. 224

2004

  1. Miles, Christopher. “Christian Holstad.” Frieze, September       
  2. Johnson, Ken. “Incantations.” The New York Times: Art in Review, July 16
  3. Saltz, Jerry. “Termite Theory.” The Village Voice, June 23-29
  4. Bankowsky, Jack. “ This is Today.” Artforum, May
  5. Tranberg, Dan. “Christian Holstad: Moving Toward the Light at Daniel Reich Gallery.” Art on Paper, May/June
  6. “Museums Collect Spring ’04: Christian Holstad.” Museums New York, Spring
  7. “Christian Holstad: Moving Toward the Light.” The Village Voice: Voice Choices, April 7-13
  8. Plagens, Peter. “Art’s ‘Star Search.’” Newsweek, March 22
  9.  “Christian Holstad: Moving Toward the Light.” Time Out New York, March 18-25
  10. 2004 Biennial Preview: Christian Holstad.” Time Out New York, March 4-11
  11. “Nick Mauss and Shelby Hughes/Christian Holstad” Artforum International, n. 7, March, p. 158
  12. “Biennial Favorites: Christian Holstad.” New York Magazine, March
  13. “2004 Whitney Biennal – New York” Flash Art International, n. 234, January-February, p. 48
  14. Griffin, Tim. “Out of the Past.” Artforum, January
  15. Westerbeke, Julia. “A room with a view.” Time Out New York, January 22-29
  16. “New York – 72a Biennale del Whitney” Flash Art, n. 243, December-January, p. 53

2003

  1. Krebber, Michael. “Der Sonnengruss.” Texte zur Kunst, December  
  2. Velez, Pedro. “Art Fair Future: The Stray Show.” artnet.com, December
  3. Lafreniere, Steve. “Unplugged.” Work: Art in Progress, October – December     
  4. Levin, Kim. “Magnetic Living.” The Village Voice: Show World, December 10-16
  5. “Christian Holstad/Nick Mauss and Shelby Hughes.” New York Magazine, December 8
  6. “Pick: Nick Mauss & Shelby Hughes + Christian Holstad.” The Village Voice, December 3-9
  7.  “Christian Holstad: Fear Gives Courage Wings.” Time Out New York, November 27-December 4
  8. Zapperi, Giovanna. “Sex & Space.” Flash Art (Italy), October/November
  9. Kerr, Merrily.  “Satellite Spin-off: Standouts from the Alternative Art Fair Scene.” Flash Art, October
  10. Maida, Joseph. “Forward and Back.” The New York Times Magazine, October 5
  11. Tischer, Benjamin. “Dreams, Children & Self-Esteem: Three Emerging New York Artists.” Fine, Summer/Fall 
  12. Cohen, Michael. “The New Gothic: Scary Monsters and Super Creeps.” Flash Art, July/September
  13. Rimanelli, David. “Karaoke Death Machine at Daniel Reich.” Artforum, Summer
  14. Cotter, Holland. “By and About Men, and They’re Running With It.” The New York Times, August 8
  15. Dzuverovic-Russell, Lina. “New York: Daniel Reich Gallery, Karaoke Death Machine.” Contemporary Magazine, July
  16. Smith, Roberta. “A Grand Finale of Group Show Fireworks.” The New York Times, July
  17. Yablonsky, Linda. “Rock’n’roll Hall of Fame.” ArtReview, June
  18. Tischer, Benjamin. “Infect Others: Christian Holstad fights virtual reality with a human touch.” Gay City News, February 7-13
  19. Fujimori, Manami. “Very New York.” BT Magazine, Japan, January
  20. Lafreniere, Steve. “Steve Lafreniere on Christian Holstad.” Artforum, January
  21. Robinson, Walter. “Weekend Update.” artnet.com
  22. Saltz, Jerry. “Rays of Light.” The Village Voice, January 22-28
  23. Smith, Roberta. “A Bread-Crumb Trail to Spirit of the Times.” The New York Times, January 17

2002

  1. Bollen, Christopher. “How to Deal at Home.” V Magazine, September/October 
  2. Sheets, Hilarie M. “Strange Comforts.” ARTnews, September
  3. Homes, A.M. “You’re in Trouble if You’re Eating Your Own Seed Corn.” Parkett 64
  4. Hensel, Laurie. “Freedom Fighters.” Bust Magazine
  5. Holstad, Christian and Chris Verene. “‘Welcome to a Course of Human Events…’ Self-Esteem Salon Baptism Series.” (brochure), Deitch Projects
  6. Mir, Aleksandra. “Happy Birthday.” (newspaper edition), Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York and Greengrassi, London

1999

  1. “M.I.M.E..” Open City, # 9, Fall

Publications

  1. Materia Prima, Fondazione Museo Montelupo, 2016
  2. Rive gauche/ rive droite, Paris, JRP Ringier, 2010. Texts by Alexis Jakubowicz, Yves Aupetitallot, Marc Jancou
  3. Compilation IV, exhibition catalogue, Kunsthalle Dusseldorf, 2009, text by Jari Ortwig
  4. I Confess, exhibition catalogue, Galleria Civica di Modena Palazzo Santa Margherita, Mousse Publishing, 2009, texts by Cecilia Alemani, Patricia Catto, Milovan Farronato, David Tibet, Angela Vettese
  5. Male – The Collection of Vince Aletti, 2008, text by Collier Schorr
  6. Yokohama Triennale, Japan, 2008
  7. Collage, The Unmonumental Picture, New Museum, 2007, text by Massimiliano Gioni
  8. 2nd Moskow Biennial of Contemporary Art, 2006
  9. The Terms of Endearment, Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami 2006
  10. “Uncertain States of America: American Art in the 3rd Millennium” Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art
  11. After 9.11, Sprout, Japan 2005
  12. Formalismus. Moderne Kunst, heute (essay by Matthias Muhling), Kunstverein, Hamburg, Hatje
  13. Cantz 2005
  14. Greater New York exhibition catalogue, PS. 1 2005
  15. Whitney Biennal exhibition catalogue, Whitney Museum of American Art 2004
  16. Dignity (Pressed Flowers), Galerie Aurel Scheibler / Snoeck, 2004
  17. Collection Diary: Bob Nickas, JRP/Ringier 2004
  18. Vitamin D, New Perspectives in Drawing, Phaidon

Public Collections

  1. The International Museum of Ceramics, Faenza, Italy 
  2. Museum of Modern Art, New York
  3. Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburg
  4. Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
  5. Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami
  6. Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
  7. Astrup Fearnley Museet for Moderne Kunst, Oslo
  8. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles
  9. Henry Art Gallery, Seattle
  10. The Armand Hammer Museum of Art, Los Angeles