Goshka Macuga

Born 1967 in Poland.
Lives and works in London.

Solo Exhibitions

2017

  1. Goshka Macuga & Ahmet Ogut Episode 2, Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdamn, Netherlands
  2. Goshka Macuga & Ahmet Ogut Episode 1, Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdamn, Netherlands
  3. Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle, Munich, Germany

2016

  1. On the other side of tomorrow, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY
  2. Now this, is this the end… the end of the beginning or the beginning of the end?, Schinkel Pavillon, Berlin, Germany     
  3. Goshka Macuga: Time as Fabric, New Museum, New York, NY
  4. To the Son of Man Who Ate the Scroll, Fondazione Prada, Milan, Italy

2014

  1. Public Address: Goshka Macuga Tapestries, Lunds Konsthall, Lund, Sweden
  2. Madness and Ritual, Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle, Munich, Germany

2013

  1. Non-consensual Act (in progress), Index, Stockholm, Sweden
  2. Sexuality of Atoms, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY

2012

  1. Exhibit, A, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
  2. Untitled, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY
  3. Goshka Macuga, Kate MacGarry, London, United Kingdom
  4. Untitled, Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle, Munich, Germany

2011

  1. Untitled, Zachęta National Gallery of Art, Warsaw, Poland
  2. It Broke From Within, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN

2010

  1. Goshka Macuga, Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle, Munich, Germany

2009

  1. The Nature of the Beast, Whitechapel, London, United Kingdom
  2. I Am Become Death, Goshka Macuga, Kunsthalle Basel, Basel, Switzerland
  3. All That is Solid Melts into Air, Mechelen, Belgium

2008

  1. Turner Prize Exhibition, Tate Britain, London, United Kingdom
  2. Gottessegen, Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle, Munich

2007

  1. Objects in Relation, Art Now, Tate Britain, London, United Kingdom
  2. What's in a Name?, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY

2006

  1. Sleep of Ulro, The Furnace Commission, A Foundation, Liverpool, United Kingdom

2005

  1. Goshka Macuga, Kate MacGarry, London, United Kingdom

2003

  1. Kabinett der Abstrakten, Bloomberg Space, London, United Kingdom
  2. Picture Room, Gasworks Gallery, London, UK

2002

  1. Friendship of the Peoples (with Declan Clarke), The Project, Dublin, Ireland
  2. Untitled, Fundacja Galerii Foksal, Warsaw, Poland
  3. Homeless Furniture, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland

2000

  1. Cave, Kunstakuten, Stockholm, Sweden

1999

  1. Cave, Sali Gia, London, United Kingdom

Group Exhibitions

2017

  1. National Art School Gallery, Sydney, Australia
  2. The World Is A Stage, But The Play Is Badly Cast, Batu Museum, New York

2016

  1. States of Mind: Tracing the edges of consciousness, Wellcome Collection, London, United Kingdom
  2. The Artist's Museum, ICA Boston, MA
  3. Accrochage, curated by Caroline Bourgeois, Punta della Dogana, Venice, Italy

2015

  1. Political Populism, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria
  2. Dead: A Celebration of Mortality, Saatchi Gallery, London, United Kingdom
  3. Ladies' Knight: The Female Perspective on Chess, World Chess Hall of Fame, Saint Louis, MO

2014

  1. Report from the Exhibition, Kate MacGarry, London, United Kingdom
  2. 8th Berlin Biennale, Berlin, Germany
  3. The New International, Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia

2013

  1. Tagore’s Universal Allegories (with Anna Boghiguian), Iniva, London, United Kingdom
  2. Busted, The High Line, New York, NY
  3. Revolution from Within, Kaufmann Repetto, Milan, Italy

2012

  1. dOCUMENTA (13), Kunsthalle Fredericianum, Kassel, Germany
  2. and Queen’s Palace, Kabul, Afganistan

2011

  1. Secret Societies. To Know, To Dare, To Will, To Keep Silence. CACP, Bordeaux, France

2010

  1. Traccia 02 (with Pinot Gallizio), curated by Francesca Comisso, Galleria Martano, Turin, Italy
  2. Newspeak: British Art Now, State Hermitage Museum, Russia
  3. The Curse of Imagination, The Bunkier Sztuki Contemporary Art Gallery, Krakow, Poland
  4. Tutto e’ connesso: ricerche e approfondimenti nell’arte dell’ultimo decennio attraverso la collezione, Castello di Rivoli, Turin, Italy
  5. Strange Comfort (Afforded by the Profession), curated by Adam Szymczyk, Istituto Svizzero, Rome; travelling to Kunsthalle Basel in 2011
  6. Use & Mention, Stephen Lawrence Gallery, University of Greenwich, London, United Kingdom
  7. Eastbound, KAI 10, Raum für Kunst, Düsseldorf, Germany
  8. Secret Societies, Schrin Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, Germany
  9. Behind the Green Door, Harris Lieberman, New York, NY
  10. Star City, Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham, United Kingdom
  11. Morality Act V: Power Alone, Witte de With, Rotterdam, Netherlands

2009

  1. Fare Mondi/Making Worlds Venice Biennale, Corderie dell'Arsenale, Venice, Italy
  2. We're Moving, The Sackler Building, Royal Academy of Art, London, United Kingdom
  3. It's You. Not Me., Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY
  4. Modern Ruins, Kate MacGarry, London, United Kingdom

2008

  1. Martian Museum of Terrestrial Art, Barbican Art Gallery, London, United Kingdom
  2. 5th Berlin Biennial, KW Institute for Contemporary Arts, Berlin, Germany The Great Transformation - Art and Tactical Magic, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, Germany
  3. Santhal Family: positions around an Indian sculpture, Museum of Art Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium

2007

  1. The Affirmation, Chelsea Space (Chelsea College of Art and Design), London, United Kingdom
  2. Les Palais Des Etoiles: These Are Also Wings (performance with DADADANDY), Selfridges, London, United Kingdom

2006

  1. Mula sem Cabeça (Headless Mule), How to Live Together, 27th São Paulo Biennial, São Paulo, Brazil
  2. We’ve Lost Our Heart and Mind, Event Gallery, London, United Kingdom
  3. Moving in Architecture, (selected by Cyril Lepetit), Camden Arts Centre,London, UK and Curzon Cinema Soho, London, United Kingdom
  4. The Past is a Foreign Country: They do Things Differently There, Mathilda
  5. is Calling, Institut Mathildenhöhe, Darmstadt, Germany
  6. 3rd Attese Biennale di Ceramica nell' Arte Contemporanea, Museo della Ceramica Manlio Trucco, Albissola Superiore, Italy
  7. 16th Biella Prize for Engraving, curated by Jeremy Lewison, Museo del Territorio, Biellese, Biella, Italy

2005

  1. Communism, Project Arts Centre, Dublin, Ireland
  2. The British Art Show, Baltic & touring the United Kingdom
  3. Go Between, Amt der Landeshauptstadt Kultur, Bregenz, Austria
  4. Can Buildings Curate? Architectural Association, London, United Kingdom
  5. Spring/Summer, curated by Simon Moretti, Program, London, United Kingdom

2004

  1. Automn Catalog Leather Fringes, Kunsthalle Basel, Switzerland
  2. Perfectly Placed, South London Gallery, London, United Kingdom
  3. Expo 21: Strategies of Display, Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham, United Kingdom
  4. Expo 21: Strategies of Display, Mead Gallery, Coventry
  5. Relay, PR04, Puerto Rico
  6. Trackers, PM Gallery, London, United Kingdom
  7. Tonight, Studio Voltaire, London, United Kingdom

2003

  1. Vis á Vis, Platform, London, United Kingdom
  2. Ponce, The Ship, London, United Kingdom
  3. Creek, Cell Project, London, United Kingdom
  4. The Straight or Crooked Way, Royal College of Art, London, United Kingdom
  5. Chockerfukingblocked, Jeffrey Charles Gallery, London, United Kingdom

2002

  1. T.O.F.U, Barts Wells Institute, London, United Kingdom
  2. The New Religious Art, Liverpool Biennale, Liverpool, United Kingdom
  3. London Underground, Taipei Fine Art Museum, Taipei, Taiwan
  4. Pause, Conception, Gwangju Biennale 2002, Project 1, Gwangju, South Korea
  5. The House of Horror, Outline Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  6. The New Religious Art, Henry Peacock Gallery, London, United Kingdom
  7. Woof Woof, Becoming Animal , Project , Dublin, Ireland

2001

  1. Zawody Malarskie, Galeria BWA Bielsko-Biala, Poland
  2. Open Plan P 3 The Marathon, Alphadelta Gallery and Artio Gallery, Athens, Greece
  3. Woof Woof, Becoming animal, Austrian Cultural Forum, London, United Kingdom
  4. Skuggspel, Tullkammaren, Umea, Sweden
  5. Teeth & Trousers, Cell Project Space, London, United Kingdom
  6. Forever Yours, Wooden Heart, London, United Kingdom
  7. Free Wahlen/Uptight out of control 3, Staatliche Kunsthalle, Baden, Germany
  8. Avalanche, Hales Gallery, London, United Kingdom
  9. Curatorial Mutiny Part 4, Nylon, London, United Kingdom
  10. A very nice film club, Vilma Gold, London, United Kingdom

1999

  1. The mountain and a valley, Cubitt Gallery, London, UK

Artist Publications

2011

  1. Goshka Macuga: It Broke From Within, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis

2010

  1. The Nature of the Beast, London: Whitechapel Gallery

2007

  1. Sleep of Ulro, Liverpool: A Foundation, Liverpool, London: Kate MacGarry & Rotterdam: Veenman Publishers

Selected Publications & Exhibition Catalogues

2013

  1. Roelstraete, Dieter and Adam Szymczyk, Goshka Macuga: Exhibit, A, Chicago: Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

2012

  1. Documenta 13, Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz

2011

  1. Brewinska, Maria (ed.), Goshka Macuga: Untitled, Warsaw: Zacheta Narodowa Galeria Sztuki
  2. Eleey, Peter, and Bartholomew Ryan, Goshka Macuga: It Broke From Within, Minneapolis: Walker Art Center
  3. Musial ,Grzegorz, PARTICOLARE paths of democracy, Signum Foundation

2010

  1. Pirovano, Stefano, Forma e informazione – nuove vie per l’astratto nell’arte del terzo millennio, Monza: Johan & Levi Editore
  2. Farquharson, Alex, and Lukasz Ronduda (ed.), Star City: The Future Under Communism, Nottingham: Nottingham Contemporary
  3. Contemporary Eastern European Art, London: Black Dog Publishing
  4. Creamier – Contemporary Art in Culture, London: Phaidon

2009

  1. The Dark Monarch: Magic and Modernity in British Art, London: Tate
  2. Herbert, Martin, Frieze Art Fair Yearbook 2009- 2010, London: Frieze
  3. Roelstraete, Dieter, All That Is Solid Melts Into Air, Antwerp: MuHKA & Tielt: Lannoo Publishers
  4. Fare Mondi/Making Worlds: 53rd Venice Biennale, Venice: Marsilio Editori
  5. Vitamin 3D: New Perspectives in Sculpture and Installation, London: Phaidon

2008

  1. Goshka Macuga: Gottessegen, Munich: Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle
  2. Turner Prize, London: Tate Britain
  3. Morton, Tom, Frieze Art Fair Yearbook 2008-9, London: Frieze
  4. Fables du Doute/Tales of Disbelief, La Galerie centre d’art contemporain, Noisy-le-Sec
  5. Filipovic, Elena & Adam Szymczyk (ed.), 5th Berlin Biennial for Contemporary Art: When Things Cast No Shadow, Zürich: JRP/Ringier & Berlin: KW Institute for Contemporary Art
  6. Manacorda, Francesco, Martian Museum of Terrestrial Art, London: Merrell Publishers
  7. Watson, Grant & Will Bradley, Anshuman Dasgupta, Monika Szewczyk
  8. (ed.), Santhal Family: Positions Around an Indian Sculpture, Antwerp: MuHKA

2006

  1. Beil, Ralf, Mathilda is Calling, Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz
  2. Lewinson, Jeremy, 16th Biella Prize for Engraving: Art in the Age of Anxiety, Milan: Skira

2005

  1. Morton, Tom, Frieze Art Fair Yearbook 2005-6, London: Frieze
  2. Fetz, Wolfgang & Peter Lewis, Go Between, 2005, Frankfurt am Main: Revolver

2003

  1. Patten, Eliza, The Straight or Crooked Way, London: Royal College of Art

Selected Press

2016

  1. Jones, Jonathan. "Do androids dream of aesthetic creep? Hail the robots of post-human art." The Guardian, July 11
  2. Shi, Diana. "Time-Bending Tapestries Reimagine Historical Events." The Creators Project, June 25
  3. Diaz, Eva. "Weaving Together Current Events, with a Touch of Fantasy." Hyperallergic, June 24
  4. Nicolin, Paoola. "Reviews: Goshka Macuga" Artforum, May
  5. Quin, John. “Goshka Macuga To The Son of Man Who Ate the Scroll” ArtReview, May
  6. Gamerman, Ellen.“Artist Goshka Macuga Resists Branding.” The Wall Street Journal, May 11
  7. Eckardt, Stephanie.“Goshka Macuga, the Artist Whose Genius Is in the Footnotes” W Magazine, May 8
  8. Eastham, Ben. "Disobedient Curiosity" Frieze, April 22
  9. Schafhausen, Nicolaus “Taxonomies of Knowledge.” Mousse, April, p. 56-69 
  10. Casavecchia, Barbara. "Goshka Macuga: To the Son of Man Who Ate the Scroll." Mousse magazine, Issue #52, p. 210, February
  11. Capelli, Pia. "Naked Robots Meet Ancient Egypt as Fondazione Prada in Milan Explores Time." Artforum, February 4
  12. Martin, JJ. "Primal matter: Goshka Macuga hones in on humanity, evolution and robotics at Fondazione Prada." Wallpaper, February 4
  13. Jones, Jonathan. "To oblivion and beyond: art and science at the edge of consciousness." The Guardian, February 3
  14. Serafinowicz, Sylwia. "Goshka Macuga: To the son of man who ate the scroll." Artforum, January 

2015

  1. Martinez, Chus. "Best of 2015: Volcano Extravaganza 2015." Artforum, December
  2. Ellis-Petersen, Hannah. "Private art goes public in trailblazing Sheffield show." The Guardian, September 17
  3. Reyburn, Scott. "Private Collectors Get Into the Museum Business." New York Times International Arts, September 18

2013

  1. Pys, Pavel S. "Goshka Macuga." Art Review, March 2013: 134-35
  2. Janeczko, Janice. “Goshka Macuga’s “Exhibit A”.” The Northwestern Chronicle, April 2
  3. “Busted.” Highline.org, April
  4. Diaz, Eva. “Goshka Macuga.” Artforum, January, p. 208
  5. Gronvall, Andrea, “Collage Therapy.” Chicago Reader, February 4
  6. Waxman, Lori, “Artist as Prosecutor.” Chicago Tribune, January 30
  7. Weinberg, Lauren, “Goshka Macuga at the Museum of Contemporary Art.” Time Out Chicago, February 14, online, available at http://timeoutchicago.com/arts-culture/art-design/16052281/goshka-macuga-at-the-museum-of-contemporary-art

2012

  1. “Goshka Macuga.” Frieze, November/December, p. 176
  2. “Goshka Macuga.” Art in America, December, pp. 148-155
  3. Harms,Ingeborg. “Weiter Blick.”Vogue Deutsch, August 2012, pp. 200-201
  4. Amirsadeghi, Hossein. “Sanctuary, Britain’s Artist’s and their Studios”, Thames and Hudson: London, pp.358-363
  5. Arend, Ingo. “Rosen fur Kabul.” Das Kunstmagazin, August, 40-44
  6. Persoonlijk, 16 June, 26-30
  7. Fritsch, Werner. “Was Kassel mit Kabul verbindet.” Hessische/Niedersächsische Allgemeine, June 12, KU1
  8. “Goshka Macuga: of what is, that is; of what is not, that is not”, Numero Toyko, September, p.144
  9. Lequeux, Emmanuelle. “Une Documenta historique.” Beaux Arts, August, p. 26-29
  10. Luke, Ben. “Documenta Opens to Critical Acclaim.” The Art Newspaper, June 12, http://www.theartnewspaper.com/articles/Documenta opens to critical acclaim/26702
  11. Phongsathorn, Thomas. “My V&A: Goshka Macuga.” V&A Magazine, Summer, p. 66-69
  12. Redzisz, Kasia. “Goshka Macuga.” Frieze, March, p. 148
  13. Kosiewski Piotr, Raport z oblezonej galerii,Kultura Tygodnik Powszechny, January 1
  14. Rosenau, Mirja. “Goshka Macuga.” ART, June, p. 84
  15. Viliani, Andrea. “Momentary Monuments and Half-Truths.” Mousse Magazine, Issue #34, p. 186-195, Summer
  16. Volk, Gregory. “documenta 13: Books, Afghanistan, and Both.” Art in America, June, online, available at: http://www.artinamericamagazine.com/news-opinion/finer-things/2012-07-05/documenta-4-books-afghanistan/
  17. Volk, Gregory. “Goshka Macuga.” Art in America, January, online, available at: http://www.artinamericamagazine.com/reviews/goshka-macuga/

2011

  1. Burley, Isabella. “The Nature of the Beast: Discovering the Work of Goshka Macuga.” Tiger 4, September, p. 48-53
  2. “Goshka Macuga: It Broke from Within.” Walker Magazine, March/April, p. 33
  3. “In Conversation: Goshka Macuga with Peter Eleey and Bartholomew, Walker Art Center.” Artforum, online, available at: http://artforum.com/video/mode=large&id=29143
  4. Macuga, Goshka & Julian Gastelo Gastelo. “Snake Society.” in: Konteksty, Warsaw: Polska Sztuka Ludowa Roelstraete, Dieter. “Forest for the Trees.” Artforum, September, p. 322-327
  5. Sutton, Kate. “Critics’ Picks: Goshka Macuga at Walker Art Center.” Artforum, online, available at: http://artforum.com/picks/id=28548&view=print
  6. Tomczuk, Jacek. “Bycie artysta to niezla fucha.” Przekroj, December 5, p. 38-39
  7. Maziuk, Anna, Sztuka ocenzurowana w Zachecie, Zycie Warszawy, December 1, Dz/ Nr 279
  8. Jarecka Dorota, Slaba pamiec Niewiadomskiego, Gazeta Wyborcza, December 1, DZ/ Nr 279
  9. Kowalska ,Agnieszka, Tym razem bez tytutu, Gazeta Wyborcza-Stoleczna, December, DZ/ Nr 281
  10. Kowalska Agnieszka, List do galerii, Gazeta Wyborcz dodatek- co jest Grane, December, DZ/Nr 280
  11. Watson, Grant, “Antimateria,” Flash Art, May-June, p. 142-145

2010

  1. Braat, Manon. “Portfolio: Goshka Macuga.” Kunstbeeld.NL, p.34-37
  2. “In the Archive.” Arc: The Journal of the Royal College of Art, Issue 14, Summer, p. 37-41
  3. Martinez, Chus, Tirdad Zolghadr, Wood, Catherine (eds.) 2010, Creamier: Contemporary Art in Culture: 10 Curators, 100 Contemporary Artists, 10 Sources, Phaidon: London & New York
  4. Noble, Kathy. “The New Décor.” Frieze, October, p. 241
  5. O’Hagan, Sean. “Truth or Illusion – you decide.” The Observer, June 6, p.35
  6. Stöppel, Daniela. “Goshka Macuga im Interview.” Superpaper 5, p. 16-17
  7. Yaziki, Didem. “Art, Propaganda, and Politics: Goshka Macuga.” Res Magazine, March, p. 130-133

2009

  1. Adams, Stephen. “Tapestry of Picasso’s Guernica marks Whitechapel gallery reopening.” telegraph.co.uk, April 1
  2. Bailey, Martin. “Controversial tapestry to star in Whitechapel reopening.” The Art Newspaper, January 26, p. 31-32
  3. Ellegood, Anne, 2009, “Vitamin 3-D, New Perspectives in Sculpture and Installation, p.184-187
  4. Farronato, Milovan. “Images from the region of Nowhere.” Mousse magazine, p. 19-24, April-May
  5. Frenzel, Sebastian. “Goshka Macuga folgt in Basel der Spur von Aby Warburg.” Monopol, January, http://www.monopol-magazin.de/artikel/2010550/goshka-macuga.html
  6. Glover, Michael. “Goshka Macuga at the Whitechapel Gallery.” The Times, March 3-, p. 9
  7. Glover, Michael. “Picasso’s fury screams out still.” The Independent, March 24, p.17
  8. “Goshka Macuga: The way I see it.” New Statesman, March 19
  9. Herbert, Martin. “Essay: The New Modernism, Sitting Defunct Modernity in Search of Something Useful.” Tate Etc, Spring, p. 62-6
  10. Januszczak, Waldemar. “Clash of Symbols.” The Sunday Times, March
  11. “Knowing This… Goshka Macuga in conversation with Monika Szewczyk.” Afterall, Spring, p. 72–80
  12. Lubbock, Tom. “East Meets Best.” The Independent, April 3, p. 4-5
  13. MacKenzie, Florence. “Modern Ruins.” Frieze, March, online only
  14. Mirolla, Miriam. “Making Worlds – Goshka Macuga.” L’Uomo Vogue, May/June, p. 132, 136
  15. Roelstraete, Dieter. “Great Transformations: On the Spiritual in Art, Again.” Afterall, Spring, p. 5-15
  16. Scharrer, Eva. “Goshka Macuga: Kunsthalle Basel.” Modern Painters, May p. 70
  17. Searle, Adrian. “Whitechapel Gallery reopens with Picasso and anthrax.” The Guardian, March 31
  18. Sharp, Chris. “The Meta-Artist Goes Radical: Goshka Macuga’s complex and multilayered practice.” Kaleidoscope Magazine, March – April, p. 73-9
  19. Watson, Grant. “Friendship of the Peoples: On the work of Goshka
  20. Macuga.” Afterall, Spring, p. 64–70
  21. Wolinski, Michal. “Okiełznać bestię.” Piktogram, October

2008

  1. Akbar, Arifa. “Shortlist for Turner Prize promises end to male domination.” The Independent, May 14, p. 12-13
  2. Adams, Stephen. “Shortlist for Turner is dominated by women.” The Daily Telegraph, May 14, p.13
  3. Coulson, Amanda. “The Great Transformation.” Frieze, October, p. 137
  4. Cumming, Laura. “Shhh…it’s the Turner Prize.” The Observer, October 5, p. 17
  5. Gockel, Cornelia. “Gefiltertes Leben.” Süddeutsche Zeitung, May 20
  6. “Goshka Macuga.” The Times, October 1, p. 3
  7. Krajewski, Michael. “The Great Transformation – Art and Tactical Magic.” MAP magazine, no.15, December 9, online at: http://mapmagazine.co.uk/8923/the-great-transformation-art/
  8. Searle, Adrian. “Nurses and Curses.” The Guardian, September 30, p. 27-29
  9. Sherwin, Skye. “Ten People You Should Meet.” Ten Magazine, Winter, p.72
  10. Smith, Roberta. “Frieze Art Fair Feels a Big Chill.” The New York Times, October 18, p. C1
  11. Staszak, Kamilla. “Dzieta Wyszperane.” Polityka, nr 48, November 29, p.100-101
  12. Sumpter, Helen. “Turner Prize 2008.” Time Out, October 9-15, p. 49

2007

  1. Bonham-Carter, Charlotte. “Goshka Macuga.” ArtPress, October, p. 105
  2. Coxhead, Gabriel. “Goshka Macuga.” Time Out London, 18-24 July, p. 36
  3. Evans, Jonathan. “Putting Relations in Perspective.” The Independent, June 30
  4. Farquharson, Alex. “Looking Back: Emerging Artists.” Frieze, January/February, p. 136
  5. Pradalier, Armelle. “Goshka Macuga.” Flash Art, May-June, p. 133-134
  6. Sherwin, Skye. “Goshka Macuga: The New Museum.” ArtReview, April, p. 62-65
  7. Wadley, Veronica. “The 1000: London’s most influential people of 2007.” Evening Standard, p. 26
  8. Wilson, Michael. “Goshka Macuga.” Artforum, April 2007, 258-9
  9. Zolghadr, Tirdad. “Die Watchlist de luxe für 2007.” Monopol, January, p. 87

2006

  1. “Beuys, Böcklin, Kippenberger und Co.” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, July 14
  2. Cruwell, Kostanze. “Das brüllende Lachen des Großherzogs Ernst Ludwig.” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, August 18
  3. Frankel, Susannah. Dazed & Confused, Vol 2 Issue 35, March, p. 120-135
  4. Griffin, Jonathan. “Liverpool Biennial.” Frieze, November/December, p.158
  5. Griffin, Jonathan. “Focus: Goshka Macuga.” Frieze, May/June, p. 236
  6. Herbert, Martin. “Belgian Artist, Presumed Dead, Alive in Brazil. Marcel Broodthaers Resurrected at the São Paulo Biennial.” Modern Painters, October, p. 81-85
  7. Mulholland, Neil. “British Art Show 6.” Flash Art, January/ February, p. 100
  8. Mulholland, Neil and Andrew Hunt. “British Art (does It) Show?,” Frieze, January/February, p. 132-137
  9. Rappolt, Mark. “Not All Ha, Ha, Hee, Hee: Liverpool Biennial.” Art Review, September, p. 25

2005

  1. “Goshka Macuga.” The Guardian Guide. March 5-11, p. 37
  2. Danby, Charles. Dazed & Confused, Issue 258, p. 60
  3. Suchin, Peter. “British Art Show 6.” Untitled 36, p. 60

2004

  1. Craddock, Sacha. “Goshka Macuga.” Contemporary, Issue 64, p. 70-73
  2. O’Neill, Paul. “I am a curator.” Art Monthly, Issue 275, April, p. 7-10

2003

  1. Arnatt, Matthew. “Creek.” 100 Reviews, April, p. 15
  2. Bany, K. “Prosta lub kreta droga.” Dziennik Polski, March 14, p. 7
  3. Bronstein, Pablo. “Goshka Macuga, Gasworks.” Untitled, Issue 30, Summer, p. 63
  4. Edwards, Charlotte. “Behind the Scenes.” Art Review, February, p. 35
  5. Herbert, Martin. “Bloomberg Space East End: Goshka Macuga.” Time Out, November 12, p. 54
  6. Herbert, Martin. “Royal College of Art: The Straight or Crooked Way.” Time Out, March 26, 54
  7. Herbert, Martin. “Gasworks South: Goshka Macuga.” Time Out, March 5, p. 50
  8. Menin, Samuel and Valentina Sansone. “Sculpture Forever.” Flash Art, Vol. 36, May-June, p. 122-129
  9. O’Reilly, Sally. “Goshka Macuga and Declan Clarke.” Frieze, Issue 75, May, p. 95-96
  10. Triming, Lee. “Goshka Macuga at Gasworks.” Flash Art, Vol. 36 Issue 229, March – April, p. 50
  11. Wade, Gavin. “Artist + Curator.” a-n magazine, April, p.10-14

2002

  1. Skirgajllo-Krajewska, Paulina. “Goshka Kontra Bialy Szescian.” Wysokie Obcasy, Issue 47, November 23, p. 42-43
  2. Daly, Catherine. “Woof Woof (Becoming Animal).” The Sunday Times, January 27
  3. Dallas, Sorcha. “Goshka Macuga and Nick Evans at Transmission.” Make 92, p. 12
  4. Dallas, Sorcha. “Homeless Furniture – Goshka Macuga, Lumumba is Dead – Nick Evans.” The List, September 19, p. 87
  5. Dallas, Sorcha. “Goshka Macuga and Nick Evans at Transmission.” Circa 102, Winter, p. 82
  6. Dunne, Aidan. “All the pretty horses.” The Irish Times, January 17, p. 14
  7. Dunne, Aidan. “Woof Woof: Beoming Animal.” The Irish Times, January 16, p. 17
  8. Gregos, Katerina. “International News: Athens.” Contemporary, January
  9. Leahy, Billy. “Woof Woof becoming-animal project.” indublin, February, p. 45
  10. Robertson, Ian. “London Underground comes to Taiwan.” Taipei Times, April 17, online article found at: http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/archives/2002/04/17/0000132209

2001

  1. “3in1: Curatorial Mutiny Part 4.” Contemporary Visual Arts Magazine, Issue 33, p. 82
  2. “JAKIE MALARSTWO.” Magazyn Ratuszowy, nr 24/2001, November 30
  3. Brown, Neal. “3 in 1 Curatorial Mutiny Part 4.” Frieze, Issue 60, p.110-119
  4. Cieplinska-Bertini, Ewa. “Cool Polonia.” Elle (PL), September, p.70-73
  5. Edwards, Charlotte. ”Let’s get to work.” Art Review, Vol. 52, January, p. 34-39
  6. Kielebasiak, Lukasz. “Totalne przegiecie.” Gazeta Wyborcza,November 19
  7. Kielebasiak, Lukasz. “Nowoczesnie w BWA.” Gazeta Wyborcza, November 19, online article
  8. McLaren, Duncan. “3 in 1.” The Independent on Sunday, April 15
  9. Mytkowska, Joanna & Wolinski, Michal. “Lancuchy Powiazan.” Fluid, Issue 10, p. 50-54
  10. O’Reilly, Sally. “3 in 1.” Time Out, Issue 1598, March 25, p. 53
  11. Sjogren, Andreas. “Nar London moter Kaddis.” Vasterbottens-Kuriren, September 7, p.1,5
  12. Trimming, Lee. “Curatorial Mutiny @ Nylon.” Flash Art, May/June, p. 79
  13. Wade, Gavin, and Aleksandra Mir. “Beyond Borders.” [a-n] Magazine for Artists, June, p. 35

2000

  1. Andersson, Fred. “Konst.” Svenska Dagbladet, October 28
  2. Forberg, Nils. “Cave.” Nojesguiden, October 2000
  3. Houldswoth Fine Art. “Sexy.” The Guardian – Space, July 20, p.3
  4. Olofsson, Anders. “Konstakuten, Stockholm: Goska Macuga & Neil
  5. Goldstein (13/10-18/11).” Recensioner, online article found at: http://www.ao-ordbod.a.se/recensioner/macuga_goldstein.html
  6. Nestius, Lena. “Konst.” Nojesrepubliken Soderamal, November 4, p.16

1998

  1. Wilson, Michael. “it & Show Me the Money 3.” Untitled, no.17. Autumn, p.23

Public Collections

  1. Fondazione Prada, Milan, Italy
  2. Fondazione Sandretto, Turin, Italy
  3. Muhka, Museum of Modern Art, Antwerp, Belgium
  4. Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
  5. Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
  6. Perez Art Museum, Miami, FL
  7. Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, New Jersey
  8. Tate Collection, London, UK
  9. The Broad Art Foundation, Los Angeles, CA
  10. Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN
  11. World Chess Hall of Fame, Saint Louis, MO