Liz Larner

Education

1985 BFA, California Institute of Arts

Solo Exhibitions

2017 ‘Liz Larner’, Galerie Max Hetzler, Paris
2016 Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin
  Aspen Art Museum, Aspen
2015 ‘Liz Larner: X’, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen
  Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago
  ‘Space is better than time, but time is ok’, The Modern Institute, 14—20 Osborne Street, Glasgow
2014 Regen Projects, Los Angeles
2011 Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York
  ‘Liz Larner’, The M Building, Miami (Presented by Regen Projects)
2010 Regen Projects, Los Angeles
2008 ‘Selected Sculpture from the Early 1990s’, Regen Projects, Los Angeles
2006 ‘Liz Larner: 2001’, presented by Public Art Fund, Doris C. Freedman Plaza in Central Park
2005 Regen Projects, Los Angeles
2003 ‘East of What?’, 303 Gallery, New York
2002 ‘Liz Larner: Untitled’, Museum of Contemporary Art, on MCA plaza in conjunction with Art Chicago/Pier Walk (curated by Dave Hickey)
2001 Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
1998 Regen Projects, Los Angeles
  ‘I Thought I Saw a Pussycat’, MAK, Austrian Museum of Applied Arts
1997 303 Gallery, New York
  303 Gallery, New York
  Kunsthalle Basel, Basel (curated by Peter Pakesch)
1994 303 Gallery, New York
1993 Jennifer Flay Gallery, Paris
1992 Peter Pakesch, Vienna
1991 303 Gallery, New York
  Stuart Regen Gallery, Los Angeles
1990 303 Gallery, New York
  Galleri Nordanstad-Skarstedt, Stockholm
1989 303 Gallery, New York
  Galerie Peter Pakesch, Vienna
1988 Margo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles

Group Exhibitions

2017 ‘THE GAP BETWEEN THE FRIDGE AND THE COOKER’, The Modern Institute, 3 Aird's Lane, Glasgow
2016 ‘Michel François, Liz Larner, Tony Lewis and Virginia Overton’, Bortolami Gallery, New York
  ‘On Space and Place: Contemporary Art from Chicago, Los Angeles, Mexico City and Vancouver’, DePaul Art Museum, Chigaco
  ‘La mia ceramica’, Galerie Max Hetzler, Paris
  ‘ALL RIGHT’, Redling Fine Art, Los Angeles
  ‘Revolution in the Making: Abstract Sculpture by Women, 1947 – 2016’, Hauser Wirth & Schimmel, Los Angeles
2015 ‘The Art of Our Time’, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
2014 ‘CalArts Art Benefit & Auction’, Paula Cooper Gallery and Metro Pictures, New York
  ‘The Other Side - Mirrors and Reflections in Contemporary Art’, Belvedere, Vienna
2013 ‘Nasher XChange’, various sites throughout Dallas (presented by the Nasher Sculpture Center)
  ‘Auf Zeit’, Staatliche Kunsthalle, Baden-Baden
  ‘Damage Control: Art and Destruction Since 1950’, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington DC (curated by Kerry Brougher and Russell Ferguson)
  ‘Endless Bummer II: Still Bummin’, Marlborough Chelsea, New York (curated by Jan Tumlir)
  ‘Made in Space’, Night Gallery, Los Angeles (curated by Peter Harkawik and Laura Owens)
  ‘A Point of View: Selected Gifts from the Laurence A. Rickels Collection’, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
  ‘Room to Live: Recent Acquisitions and Works from the Collection’, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
  ‘Selections from the Permanent Collection’, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
  ‘Speak, Memory’, Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery, Columbia University
2012 ‘DECADE: Contemporary Collecting 2002-2012’, Albright Knox Gallery, Buffalo
  ‘Prima Materia’, Gladstone Gallery, Brussels
  ‘Intimate Immensity: The Susan and Larry Marx Collection’, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles
  Michael Janssen, Berlin
  ‘Blues for Smoke’, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
  ‘Group Face’, Parasise Garage, Venice
2011 ‘Under Destruction’, Swiss Institute, New York
  ‘De-Building’, Christchurch Art Gallery Te Pun O Waiwhetu, Christchurch
  ‘Paul Clay’, Salon 94 Bowery, New York
2010 ‘Immaterial’, Ballroom Marfa, Marfa, TX
  ‘Collecting Biennials’, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
  ‘The Artist's Museum’, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
  ‘The Artists' Museum’, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
  ‘The Jewel Thief’, Tang Museum at Skidmore College, Saragota Springs
  ‘Under Destruction’, Museum Tinguely, Basel
2009 ‘Abstractionists Unite!’, Glendale College Art Gallery, Los Angeles (curated by Nancy Chaikin)
  ‘Between Art and Life: The Painting and Sculpture Collection’, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco
  ‘Collecting History, Highlighting Recent Acquisitions’, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
  ‘Collection: MOCA’, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
2008 ‘Red Wind’, Blum and Poe Gallery, Los Angeles
  ‘AURUM Gold in Contemporary Art’, Centre Pasquart, Bienne (curated by Dolores Denaro)
  ‘Life? Biomorphic Forms in Sculpture’, Kunsthaus Graz, Universalmuseum Joanneum, Graz
  ‘Collecting Collections: Highlights from the Permanent Collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles’, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
2007 ‘Fast Forward: Contemporary Collections for the Dallas Museum of Art’, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas
  ‘Makers and Modelers: Works in Ceramic’, Gladstone Gallery, New York
  ‘Hammer Contemporary Collection’, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles
  ‘Multiple Vantage Points: Southern California Women Artists, 1980- 2006’, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery at Barnsdall Park, Los Angeles (curated by Dextra Frankel)
  ‘Eight Sculptors from Loas Angeles’, Sabine Knust Galerie Maximilian Verlag, Munich
  ‘Uncontained’, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
  ‘Blood Meridan’, Galerie Michael Janssen, Berlin
  ‘Celebrating the Lucelia Artist Award, 2001-2006’, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington
  ‘From Close to Home: Recent Acquisitions of Los Angeles Art’, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
2006 ‘Pose and Sculpture’, Casey Kaplan, New York (curated by Daniel Baumann)
  ‘Gone Formalism’, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania
  ‘Two or Three or Something: Maria Lassnig, Liz Larner’, Kunsthaus Graz, Universalmuseum Joanneum, Graz
  ‘The Bong Show or This is Not a Pipe’, Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects, New York (curated by Beverly Semmes)
  ‘Whitney Biennial 2006: Day for Night’, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
  ‘The Unhomely: Phantom Scenes in Global Society’, Second International Biennial of Contemporary Art, Seville
2005 ‘Extreme Abstraction’, Albright Knox Gallery, Buffalo (curated by Louis Grachos and Claire Schneider)
  ‘The The’, Modern Art, London (curated by Stuart Shave)
2004 ‘100 Artists See God’, The Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco (curated by John Baldessari and Meg Cranston)
  ‘Full House’, Claremont Graduate University, Claremont (curated by David Pagel)
  ‘Showdown’, Schindler House, Los Angeles (curated by Kimberli Meyer and Fritz Haeg)
  ‘The Thought That Counts’, Sister Gallery, Los Angeles (curated by Jason Meadows)
2003 ‘Within Hours We Would Be in the Middle of Nowhere’, 303 Gallery, New York
  ‘Popstraction’, Dietch Projects, New York (curated by Paola Antonelli and Eungie Joo)
  ‘Imagination: Perception in Art’, Kunsthaus Graz, Universalmuseum Joanneum, Graz (curated by Peter Pakesch and Martin Prinzhorn)
  ‘Inaugral Exhibition’, Regen Projects, Los Angeles
  Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York
2002 ‘New Attitudes in Sculpture’, The Gallery at Green Street, New York
2001 ‘Drawings’, Regen Projects, Los Angeles
  ‘A Room of Their Own: From Arbus to Gober’, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
2000 ‘1999 Drawings’, Alexander and Bonin, New York
  ‘00’, Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York
  ‘Raumkorper. Netze und andere Gebilde’, Kunsthalle Basel, Basel
1999 ‘Description Without Place’, AC Project Room, New York
  ‘Life is Elsewhere’, Theoretical Projects, Naples
  ‘Proliferation: Work from the Permanent Collection’, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
1997 ‘Elusive Paradise: Los Angeles Art from the Permanent Collection’, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
  ‘Maxwell's Demon’, Margo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles
  ‘Painting Machines’, Boston University Art Gallery, Boston
1996 ‘Everything That's Interesting Is New: Works from the Dakis Joannou Collection’, DESTE Foundation, Athens
  ‘Just Past: The Contemporary in the Permanent Collection, 1975-96’, The Geffen Contemporary at Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (curated by Ann Goldstein)
  ‘The Garage Project’, MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Mackey Apartments
1995 ‘Plane/Structures’, White Columns, New York
  ‘Ambient’, Olivier Antoine, Nice
  ‘Saturday Night Fever’, Thomas Solomon's Garage, Los Angeles
  ‘The Big Night’, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena
1994 ‘Planes/Structures’, Otis Gallery, Los Angeles (curated by David Pagel)
  ‘Un Papillon sur la Roue’, L'Espace d'Art Moderne et Contemporain de Toulouse et Midi-Pyrènèes, Toulouse
1993 ‘Just What Is It That Makes Today’, Galerie Jennifer Flay, Paris
  ‘At the Edge of Chaos - New Images of the World’, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Copenhagen
  ‘Co-Conspirators’, James Corcoran Gallery, Santa Monica
  ‘Informationsdienst’, Art Acker, Berlin
  ‘Sonsbeek 93’, Sonsbeek 93, Arnhem
1992 ‘New Works by Gallery Artists’, 303 Gallery, New York
  ‘Speaker Project’, Institute of Contemporary Art, London (curated by Liam Gillick)
  ‘Not Quiet’, Jennifer Flay Gallery, Paris
  ‘Tattoo Collection’, Jennifer Flay Gallery, Paris
  ‘How It Is’, Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York (curated by Jonathon Seliger)
  Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
  ‘FluxAttitudes’, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York
  ‘Group Drawing Show’, Stuart Regen Gallery, Los Angeles
  ‘Multiplicity’, Thea Westreich Associates, New York
1991 ‘New Works by Gallery Artists’, 303 Gallery, New York
  ‘Work in Progress? Work?’, Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York
  ‘FluxAttitudes’, Hallwalls CAC, Buffalo
  ‘American Art of the Eighties’, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Trento (curated by Jerry Saltz)
  ‘Drawings’, Luhring Augustine Hetzler, Santa Monica
  ‘Enclosures’, Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Park
  ‘Gulliver's Travels’, Galerie Sophia Ungers, Cologne
  ‘Lick of the Eye’, Shoshona Wayne Gallery, Santa Monica
  ‘Liz Larner, Karen Kilimnick, Collier Schorr, Anne Walsh’, Richard Kuhlenschmidt Gallery, New York
  ‘Plastic Fantastic Lover (object a)’, Blum Helman Warehouse, New York (curated by Catherine Liu)
  ‘Santa Monica Editions’, Luhring Augustine Hetzler, Santa Monica
1990 ‘Stendahl Syndrome: The Cure’, Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York
  ‘Artificial Nature’, DESTE Foundation, Athens (curated by Jeffrey Deitch)
  ‘Signs of Life. Process and Materials, 1960-1990’, Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia
  ‘Mind Over Matter: Concept and Object’, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
  ‘Liz Larner, Rosemarie Trockel, Meg Webster’, Stuart Regen Gallery, Los Angeles
1989 303 Gallery, New York
  ‘The Desire of the Museum’, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
  ‘Whitney Biennial 1989’, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
  ‘Archaeology II’, Rob Boyd Gallery, Los Angeles
  ‘Specific Metaphysics’, Sandra Gering Gallery, New York (organized by Pat McCoy)
1988 ‘Nayland Blake, Liz Larner, Richard Morrison, Charles Ray’, 303 Gallery, New York
  ‘A Drawing Show’, Cable Gallery, New York (curated by Jerry Saltz)
  ‘Life Like’, Lorence Monk Gallery, New York (curated by Marvin Heiferman, Lorence Monk Gallery)
  ‘Re:Placement’, L.A.C.E., Los Angeles
1987 ‘Reworks: Recent Sculpture’, New Langton Arts, San Francisco
  ‘1987 Annuale’, L.A.C.E., Los Angeles
  ‘L.A. Hot and Cool’, M.I.T. Visual Arts Center, Cambridge
  ‘Nothing Sacred’, Margo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles
  ‘Room 9’, Tropicana Hotel, Los Angeles

Bibliography

Press

2016 Larner, Liz: ‘Books: Best of 2016’, Artforum International, 12/2016
  Morse, Jed: ‘Catching Up with Liz Larner.’, Arsty, 23/05/2016
  Willis Blair, Courtney : ‘4 Questions: Artist Liz Larner’, Forbes, 01/03/2016
  Williams, Maxwell: ‘Sculptures That Find Emotion in Geology’, T Magazine, 26/02/2016
  Zuckerman, Heidi: ‘Romancing the Stone’, Cultured, 02/2016
  Donoghue, Katy: ‘Liz Larner at the Aspen Art Museum.’, Whitewall, 2016
2015 Larner, Liz: ‘Chris Burden 1946 – 2015’, Artforum, 09/2015
  Larner, Liz: ‘Liz Larner’, Modern Painters, 05/2015
  Herbert, Martin: ‘Preview: Liz Larner’, Art Review, 04/2015
2014 Griffin, Jonathan: ‘Liz Larner: Regen Projects, Los Angeles’, Frieze, No. 162 04/2014
  Dambrot, Shana Nys: ‘Los Angeles: Liz Larner at Regen Projects’, Art Ltd, 03/2014
  Knight, Christopher: ‘Around the Galleries: When a color All But Speaks to You’, The Los Angeles Times, 31/01/2014
2013 Spears, Dorothy: ‘Galleries as the Art World’s Leading Indicators’, The New York Times, 27/10/2013
  Rutland, Beau: ‘Doom and Bloom: Beau Rutland on Liz Larner’, Artforum, 09/2013
  Fitzpatrick, Kyle: ‘A Body of Geography: Liz Larner at Regen Projects’, Los Angeles I’m Yours, 13/01/2013
2011 ‘L.A. Stories: A Roundtable Discussion’, Artforum, 10/2011
  Princenthal, Nancy: ‘Liz Larner’, Art in America, 05/2011
2010 Pagel, David: ‘Celebration of Hybrid Artwork’, Los Angeles Times, 30/04/2010
2009 Boehm, Mike: ‘MOCA Celebrates 30 Years and a Rebirth’, The Los Angeles Times, 08/11/2009
2007 Smith, Roberta: ‘It’s Just Clay, but How About a Little Respect?’, The New York Times, 07/09/2007
  Myers, Holly: ‘Feminist Art Exhibit Measures Magic, Beauty’, The Los Angeles Times, 13/03/2007
  Demos, T.J.: ‘The 2nd International Biennial of Contemporary Art of Seville’, Artforum, 03/2007
  Fels, Sophie: ‘The Bong Show’, Time Out New York, 18/01/2007
2006 Baker, R.C.: ‘Best in Show: Buzz Worthy: The Bong Show’, The Village Voice, 22/12/2006
  Halle, Howard: ‘Out There’, Time Out New York, 14/12/2006
  Vogel, Carol: ‘Inside Art: Gift to the Whitney’, The New York Times, 10/11/2006
  Larner, Liz: ‘Speaking Volumes: 19 Interviews’, Art in America, 11/2006
  Knight, Christopher: ‘Biennial? Who needs it?’, Los Angeles Times, 02/04/2006
  Plagens, Peter: ‘The Art of the Deal’, Newsweek, 06/03/2006
  Gopnik, Blake: ‘Red, White and Bleak’, The Washington Post, 02/03/2006
  Dickson, Jane: ‘Liz Larner’, Bomb Magazine, Summer 2006
2005 Vogel, Carol: ‘This Whitney Biennial Will Take In the World’, The New York Times, 30/11/2005
  Huntington, Richard: ‘A Sampling of All Things Abstract – Old and New’, The Buffalo News, 13/10/2005
  Hirsch, Faye: ‘Abstract Generations’, Art in America, 10/2005
  Parker, Graham: ‘Extreme Abstraction’, Art Monthly, 10/2005
  Firstenberg, Lauri: ‘Liz Larner’, Frieze, 10/2005
  Holte, Michael Ned: ‘Liz Larner’, Artforum, 10/2005
  Myers, Terry R.: ‘Liz Larner’, Art Review, 09/2005
  Garcia, Nathaniel: ‘Summer Exhibitions Series at Top LA Galleries and Museums’, Highland Park News, 08/2005
2004 Tumlir, Jan: ‘Los Angeles’, Artforum, 12/2004
2003 Pagel, David: ‘She Really Knows How to Fill a Room’, 31/08/2003
  Pagel, David: ‘The Art Factory’, The Los Angeles Times, 31/08/2003
  Munchnic, Suzanne: ‘MOCA Adds Over 90 Works in 2002’, The Los Angeles Times, 15/02/2003
  Pierson, Jack: ‘Adolescent Actionism’, Issue, 2003
2002 Allen, Cindy: ‘The Look of 2002’, Interior Design, 12/2002
  Chattopadhyay, Collette: ‘Making Oxymorons Happen: A Conversation with Liz Larner’, Sculpture, 06/2002
  Richard, Paul: ‘L.A. Sculptor Liz Larner Wins $25,000 Art Award’, The Washington Post, 10/04/2002
  ‘Larner Wins Lucelia Award’, artnet, 08/04/2002
  Berwick, Carly: ‘Liz Larner, Museum of Contemporary Art’, ArtNews, 04/2002
  ‘SAAM Presents Lucelia Artist Award to Liz Larner’, Smithsonian, 04/2002
  Jones, Ronald: ‘Liz Larner’, Artforum, 03/2002
  Gaines, Malik: ‘Los Angeles’, Contemporary, 02/2002
2001 Pagel, David: ‘Out of the Unreal World’, The Los Angeles Times, 16/12/2001
  Gopnik, Blake: ‘Solidly in the Virtual Realm’, The Washington Post, 16/12/2001
  Knight, Christopher: ‘Constantly in Flux’, Los Angeles Times, 05/12/2001
  Miles, Christopher: ‘Learning to Love Liz Larner’, Flaunt, 12/2001
  Tadjedin, Massy: ‘Like Being in a Park’, Brentwood Magazine, 11/2001
  ‘Seismic Activity’, V magazine, 11/2001
  Tumlir, Jan: ‘Liz Larner’, Artforum, 09/2001
  Gilbert-Rolfe, Jeremy: ‘A Stroll Above the Freeway’, artnet, 07/2001
1999 Vincent, Steven: ‘Impact Players’, Art + Auction, 15/05/1999
  Tumlir, Jan: ‘Liz Larner: Knock Knock’, Art + Text, 05/1999
1998 Chattopadhyay, Collette: ‘Liz Larner’, Sculpture, 12/1998
  Darling, Michael: ‘Liz Larner at Regen Projects’, dArt, 10/1998
  Calame, Ingrid: ‘Liz Larner’, Art Issues, 09/1998
  Hultkrans, Andrew: ‘Surf and Turf’, Artforum, 09/1998
  Auerbach, Lisa Anne: ‘Liz Larner at Regen Projects’, LA Weekly, 17/07/1998
  Pagel, David: ‘Works That Mover Through Space in Three Dimensions’, The Los Angeles Times, 03/07/1998
  Drohojowska-Philip, Hunter: She‘s Back. But She‘s Never Been Away, The Los Angeles Times, 28/06/1998
1997 ‘Szene Los Angeles: Liz Larner’, Art das Kunstmagazin, 12/1997
  Rickels, Laurence A.: ‘Already Given at the Office: On Techno Feminism’, Parallax, Issue 5 09/1997
  Hayt, Elizabeth: ‘People Are Talking About: Arts’, Vogue, 09/1997
  Rugoff, Ralph: L.A.‘s Female Art Explosion, Harper's Bazaar, 04/1997
  Tumlir, Jan: ‘On Young Art in L.A.’, L.A. Muscle , 02/1997
1996 Darling, Michael: ‘Garage Project: MAK Center for Art and Architecture’, Frieze, 12/1996
  Stark, Francis : ‘Girl in the Garage’, Los Angeles Reader, 17/05/1996
1993 Gookin, Kirby: ‘Dimensions Variable: Liz Larner’, Parkett, 36 06/1993
  ‘Was Wann Wohin’, Profil , 01/1993
  Heartney, Eleanor : ‘FIAC 93 Galleries: Nouvelle Generation’, artpress, No. 184 1993
  Larner, Liz: ‘The Question of Gender in Art’, Tema Celeste, Winter 1993
1992 Hofleitner, Johanna: ‘Bedeutung hinter Schriftzaunen’, Kultur, 08/12/1992
  Krumpl, Doris : Mit vollen Symbolik-Segeln: Liz Larner‘s ‘Sign of a Sign‘, Der Standard, 01/12/1992
  Ubl, Ralph : ‘Rafiniertes, Schamloses’, Presse, 01/12/1992
  O'Brien, Glenn: ‘Culture’, Artforum, 12/1992
  Bernard, Christian : Galeries , 10/1992
1991 Knight, Christopher: ‘A Provocative Frame of Reference’, The Los Angeles Times, 21/03/1991
  Decter, Joshua: ‘Work in Progress? Work?’, Arts, 03/1991
  McKenna, Christine: ‘Larner Gives Sculpture New Perspective’, The Los Angeles Times, 01/02/1991
  Liu, Catherine: ‘Liz Larner’, Flash Art, 02/1991
1990 Grove, Nancy: ‘Angle of Vision. Tradition and Its Discontents’, Art &Antiques, 11/1990
  Larson, Kay: ‘Every Object Tells a Story’, New York, 29/10/1990
  Brenson, Michael: ‘In the Arena of the Mind, at the Whitney’, The New York Times, 19/10/1990
  Avgikos, Jan: Flash Art, 10/1990
  Gookin, Kirby: ‘Liz Larner’, Artforum, 10/1990
  ‘News’, Flash Art, 10/1990
  Stals, Jose Lebrero: ‘The Koln Show’, Flash Art, 10/1990
  Decter, Joshua: Artscribe, 09/1990
  Kandel, Susan: ‘L.A. in Review’, Arts Magazine, 05/1990
  Curtis, Cathy: ‘The Galleries: La Cienega Area’, The Los Angeles Times, 02/02/1990
  Cameron, Dan: ‘Changing Priorities in American Art’, Art International, Spring 1990
1989 Knight, Christopher: ‘L.A., Lately’, Elle, 12/1989
  Jones, Amelia: ‘Museum Bashing’, 09/1989
  Yau, John: ‘Official Policy Toward the 1990s with the Whitney Biennial’, Arts Magazine, 64 09/1989
  Cotter, Holland: ‘Report from New York’, Art in America, 09/1989
  Schejldahl, Peter: ‘Theory-itis’, 7 Days, 23/08/1989
  Smith, Roberta: ‘The Whitney Interprets Museums’ Dreams’, The New York Times, 23/07/1989
  Smith, Roberta: ‘Art That Hails From the Land of Déja Vu’, The New York Times, 04/06/1989
  Smith, Roberta: ‘More Women and Unknowns in the Whitney Biennial’, The New York Times, 28/04/1989
  Kelley, Mike: ‘Foul Perfection: (Thoughts on Caricature)’, Artforum, 01/1989
  Gerstler, Amy: ‘Liz Larner at Margo Leavin’, Art Issues, 01/1989
  Miller, John : Artscribe, 1989
  Morgan, Robert: ‘New York In Review’, Arts Magazine, Summer 1989
  Rian, Jeffrey: ‘Past Sense, Present Sense’, Artscribe, 73 1989
  Von Kunstadt, Theodor: ‘Spotlight: The 1989 Whitney Biennial’, Flash Art, 147 1989
  Larson, Kay: The Children‘s Hour, New York, Summer 1989
  Jones, Amelia: The Contingency of the Nonrepresentational: Liz Larner‘s Objects, Visions Art Quarterly, Spring 1989
1988 Pagel, David: Arts Magazine, 12/1988
  Fehlau, Fred: ‘Reviews: Liz Larner’, Flash Art, 12/1988
  Breslauer, Jan: LA Weekly, 30/09/1988
  Jones, Amelia: ‘Museum Bashing’, Art International, 09/1988
  Knight, Christopher: ‘Re: Placement Parts’, Los Angeles Herald Examiner, 20/03/1988
  Indiana, Gary: ‘Science Holiday’, Village Voice, 15/03/1988
  Rugoff, Ralph: ‘An Impressive Group of Emerging Talents Extends the Limits of ‘L.A. Art’: The Wry Stuff’, LA Style, 03/1988
  Taylor, Robert: ‘‘LA Hot and Cool’ a Rewarding Exhibit’, The Boston Globe, 17/01/1988
  Bonetti, David: ‘Welcome to L.A.: Art That Blows Hot and Cool’, The Boston Phoenix, 15/01/1988
  Pagel, David: ‘Re: Placement Parts’, High Performance, Fall 1988
1987 Munchnic, Suzanne: ‘‘Annuale’: Recognition, Not Coherence Is the Point’, Los Angeles Times, 26/09/1987
  Dubin, Zan: ‘L.A.C.E. ‘Annuale’ Exhibition Set to Open this Week’, Los Angeles Times, 30/08/1987
  Knight, Christopher: ‘Sixties Sculpture Relieves Summer Doldrums’, Los Angeles Herald Examiner, 17/07/1987
  Conal, Robbie: ‘Good Times: View With A Room’, LA Weekly, 27/03/1987

Exhibition Reviews

2015 Herbert, Martin: ‘Martin Herbert picks ten April 2015 shows you don’t want to miss’, Art Review, 04/2015
2013 Brettell, Rick: ‘Review: Nasher’s 10 Works of Art Across Dallas a Grand Idea, But Fails in These Ways’, Dallas Morning News, 08/11/2013
2005 Litt, Steven: ‘Exhibit of Abstract Art Blossoms Beautifully in Buffalo’, The Plain Dealer, 14/08/2005
  Pagel, David: ‘She Really Knows How to Fill a Room’, The Los Angeles Times, 08/07/2005
2004 Nelson, Arty: ‘Cherries on Top’, LA Weekly, 02/07/2004
2002 Intra, Giovanni: ‘Liz Larner at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles’, Art + Text, Summer Issue 2002
1997 Myers, Terry R.: ‘Liz Larner: Kunsthalle Basel’, Art + Text, 11/1997
1992 Johnson, Ken: ‘Review’, Art in America, 02/1992
  Brock, Hovey: ‘Review’, ArtNews, 01/1992
1989 Knight, Christopher: ‘Whitney Biennial review’, The Los Angeles Herald Examiner, 07/05/1989
1988 Wilson, William: ‘Review’, Los Angeles Times, 16/09/1988
1987 Raczka, Robert: ‘Reviews: LACE Annuale’, New Art Examiner, 15/12/1987

Publications

2016 Liz Larner, Karma, Regen Projects, The Modern Institute, and Galerie Max Hetzler
  Liz Larner, Holzwarth Publications, Berlin
  Revolution in the Making: Abstract Sculpture by Women, 1947 – 2016, Skira Rizzoli, Milan
2015 Regen Projects 25, Prestel, New York
  Whitney Museum of Art: Handbook of the Collection, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
2014 The Jewel Thief, The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, New York
2013 Damage Control: Art and Destruction Since 1950, Hirshorn Museum and Sculpture Garden and DelMonico Books/Prestel, New York
  For The Time Being, Verlag Der Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne
  Nasher XChange: 10 Years. 10 Artists. 10 Sites., Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas
2012 Blues for Smoke, Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, Los Angeles
2010 Under Destruction, DISTANZ Verlag, Berlin
2008 Art & Today, Phaidon Press, London/ New York
  Life? Biomorphic Forms in Sculpture, Kunsthalle Graz, Austria
  The Unhomely: Phantom Scenes in Global Society, 2nd International Biennial of Contemporary Art of Seville
2007 Fast Forward: Contemporary Collections for the Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas
  Multiple Vantage Points: Southern California Artists, 1980-2006, Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles
  The Book on Vegas, Greybull Press, Los Angeles
2006 Artists, Edition 7L, Paris
  L.A. Women, Bundeskanzleramt Kunst, Vienna
  Pose and Sculpture, Casey Kaplan Gallery, New York
  Two or Three or Something: Maria Lassnig, Liz Larner, Kunsthaus Graz, Graz
  Whitney Biennial 2006: Day for Night, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
2005 L.A. Artland: Contemporary Art from Los Angeles, Black Dog Publishing, London
  No. 1: First Works by 362 Artists, DAP / Distributed Arts Publishers Inc., New York
2004 100 Artists See God, Independent Curators Incorporated, New York
  Sexed Universals in Contemporary Art, Allworth Press, New York
2003 Imagination: Perception in Art, Kunsthaus Graz, Graz
  Imagination: Perception in Art, Kunsthaus Graz, Austria
2002 Art/Women/California: Parallels and Intersections, 1950-2000, University of California, California
2001 Liz Larner, Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, Los Angeles
1998 Liz Larner, MAK-Galerie, Vienna (essays by Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe, Giovanni Intra, Terry R. Myers, and Jan Tumlir)
1997 Painting Machines, Boston University Art Gallery
1996 Everything That's Interesting is New: The Dakis Joannou Collection, DESTE Foundation for Contemporary Art, Athens, and Hatje Cantz Verlag, Ostfildern
  Fama & Fortune Bulletin No. 19, Verlag Pakesch & Schlebrügge, Vienna
  Liz Larner, AG, Verlag, Basel
1994 Plane/Structures, Otis School of Art, Los Angeles
1993 Louisiana Revy, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark
  Sonsbeek 93, Snoeck-Ducaju & Zoon, Arnhem
  The Naming of Colors, White Columns, New York
1992 Helter Skelter: L.A. Art in the 1990s, Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, Los Angeles
  Not Quiet: Felix González-Torres, Liz Larner, Christian Marclay, Matthew McCaslin, Galerie Jennifer Flay, Paris
1990 Artificial by Nature,, DESTE Foundation for Contemporary Art, Athens
  nonrePRESENTation: It’s Enough to Make You unEASY, Security Pacific Corporation Gallery, Los Angeles
  Signs of Life. Process and Materials, 1960-1990, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania
  Stendhal Syndrome: The Cure, Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York
1988 Notes on Works by Liz Larner, Staat Museum, Graz