Elizabeth Peyton/ Elizabeth Joy Peyton

United States 1965

Painting, Drawing

Elizabeth Peyton
Elizabeth Joy Peyton
Female
United States
1965

The whole painterly practice of Elizabeth Peyton has been marked by the particular genre of rather intimate and sensible portrayal. The use of the genre is almost always led by the artist’s urge for analyses of one’s persona, but in this case, the very approach to psychologization is what makes it so different and quite authentic. Regardless of class, race or gender of depicted subject, Payton pays special attention to their inner state and the very situation in which they are being portrayed. On the other hand, the selection of models or the way they are being represented reflects the artist’s interest in different types of bodies and faces which may lead to her work being interpreted in regards to feminist and gender theory.

The artist had several exhibitions on view in american john gavin gallery in between 2000 to 2004
Elizabeth Payton – Burkhard Riemschneider, 1995 – image via rfc.museum (Left) / John Lydon, 1995 – image via rfc.museum (Right)

Struggling To Become An Artist

Elizabeth Peyton was born in 1965, in Danbury, Connecticut. She began drawing at a young age, and in between 1984 and 1987 studied fine arts at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Shortly after the end of her studies, Peyton worked several jobs and held only one solo exhibition in six years. Interestingly, in 1993 with the financial aid of Courtney Love, grunge femme fatale and then wife of Kurt Cobain, she had the first successful exhibition in the room of notorious Chelsea hotel consisting only of drawings. Afterward, the galerists noticed Peyton’s work so she started exhibiting at Gavin Brown’s Enterprise in New York since 1995, at Neugerriemschneider in Berlin since 1996, Regen Projects in Los Angeles since 1997, and Sadie Coles HQ in London since 1998.

Quite lush and rather intimate portrayals

Modern drawings she made are usually portraits of her friends and are good in terms of technique
Elizabeth Peyton – Alex, 2009 – image via gladstonegallery (Left) / Dakis, Matthew and Boris, 2009 – image via artmag (Right)

The Expressive Portrayals of Elizabeth Peyton

The usual technique Peyton uses is oil, but watercolor, pencil, and etching are present as well and her most frequent feature are washy glazes of dripping paint. The artist is pretty much inspired by the works of Nadar, Alfred Stieglitz, and Robert Mapplethorpe. The painterly process starts from photographs. Namely, Peyton uses to shot her subjects with either a standard 35-millimeter or a Polaroid camera, without any particular focus on composition or lighting and in 2002 transferred to a digital camera. The figures depicted are often slender, almost androgynous, and thus sexually ambiguous. They are usually involved in some kind of melancholic activity – sleeping, sitting or daydreaming. Since 2007, Peyton has included a still life to her range of subjects.

The paintings of Elizabeth Peyton are known for layers of light-capturing glazes

The exhibition of portraits was  on  view in american modern museum and gallery john Gavin
Elizabeth Peyton – Dreamt Baroque Masterworks, 2014 – image via gladstonegallery (Left) / Parsifal (Jonas Kaufmann and Katarina Dalayman), 2013 – image gladstonegallery (Right)

Fascination And Collaboration With Celebrities

The continued focus on stylization celebrities made her art being perceived as deriving from popular culture. It is no wonder that one of her major influence is no other than notable painter David Hockney. From David Bowie, over Oasis’s brothers Gallagher, Jarvis Cocker, Princes William and Harry of The House of Windsor, to Kanye West, Payton has painted all of them in the same unpretentious manner. One of her works became a cover for the compilation album The Best of Suede. The artist has even collaborated with artist superstar Matthew Barney on a project titled Blood of Two, as well as with Jonathan Horowitz on a series of monotypes which develop upon the concepts of plants and flowers as motifs of love and death.

Her fancy is utterly drawn to the world of celebrities

Majority of Peyton’s friends helped  in 2000 and 2004 in terms of posing and promoting the work
Elizabeth Peyton – David Hockney Powis Terrace Bedroom, 1998 – image via kunstmuseum-wolfsburg (Left) / Prince Harry in Westminster Abbey, 1997 – image via kunstmuseum-wolfsburg (Right)

The Notable Art Practice of Elizabeth Peyton

Over the years, the works of Elizabeth Peyton became part of various important collections from Centre Pompidou in Paris, over the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, to Kunstmuseum in Basel. For her work, Elizabeth Peyton received in 2006, the 14th Annual Larry Aldrich Award honoring an artist who has had a significant impact on visual culture. In 2007, she was honored with amfAR’s Award of Excellence for Artistic Contributions to the Fight Against AIDS. Interestingly, this year the artist will show her works for the first time in Japan at Hara Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo.

The work of Elizabeth Peyton is well known around the globe

The gallery applied modern way of preparing her exhibitions which included the portrait of the prince
Elizabeth Peyton – Dark Incandescence (Kristian), 2014 – image via gladstonegallery (Left) / Kristian, 2016 – image via gladstonegallery

The Leading Contemporary Figurative Painter

The works of Elizabeth Peyton were often seen as fashion illustrations, and at the same time, she has been credited for having revived the tradition of portrait painting. Therefore, the artist was described by a professional public as a forerunner of new Realism. The astounding body of work has not just revealed the immense contribution to reviving forgotten stylistic approach but suggests a particular insight in the studies of popular culture from a new perspective.

Elizabeth Peyton lives and works in New York and Berlin.

Featured image: Portrait of Elizabeth Peyton – image from Widewalls archive
All images are used for illustrative purposes only

YearExhibition TitleGallery/MuseumSolo/Group
2014“Elizabeth Peyton”Neugerriemschneider, BerlinSolo
2013"Elizabeth Peyton: Here She Comes Now"Kunsthalle Baden Baden, Baden BadenSolo
2013"Klara 13 Pictures"Michael Werner Gallery, New YorkSolo
2013“Elizabeth Peyton”Gavin Brown's enterprise, New YorkSolo
2012"Secret Life"Sadie Coles, LondonSolo
2012“Elizabeth Peyton”Regen Projects, Los AngelesSolo
2011“Elizabeth Peyton”Opelvillen Russelsheim Zentrum Fur Kunst, Russelsheim, GermanySolo
2011“Elizabeth Peyton”Gagosian, ParisSolo
2011“Elizabeth Peyton”Metropolitan Opera, New YorkSolo
2011“Ghost”Opelvillen Rüsselsheim Zentrum Für Kunst, Rüsselsheim,Solo
2011“Elizabeth Peyton”Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, Washington University, St.LouisSolo
2010“Elizabeth Peyton”Nuegerriemschneider, BerlinSolo
2009“Elizabeth Peyton”Gladstone Gallery, BrusselsSolo
2009“Live Forever: Elizabeth Peyton”Bonnefanten Museum, MaastrichtSolo
2009“Blood of Two: Matthew Barney and Elizabeth Peyton”Slaughterhouse, DESTE Foundation Project Space, HydraSolo
2009“Elizabeth Peyton”Sadie Coles HQ, LondonSolo
2009“Elizabeth Peyton: Reading & Writing”Irish Museum of Modern Art, DublinSolo
2008"Live Forever: Elizabeth Peyton"New Museum, New YorkSolo
2008“Elizabeth Peyton: Portrait of an Artist”Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, RidgefieldSolo
2008“Elizabeth Peyton”Gavin Brown's Enterprise, New YorkSolo
2007“Elizabeth Peyton”Regen Projects, Los AngelesSolo
2006“Elizabeth Peyton: Paintings 1994-2002”Gavin Brown’s enterprise New YorkSolo
2006“Elizabeth Peyton: Prints 1998-2006”Guild Hall, EasthamptonSolo
2006“Elizabeth Peyton”Neugerriemschneider, BerlinSolo
2005“Elizabeth Peyton”Glenn Horowitz Bookseller, East Hampton, New YorkSolo
2005“Elizabeth Peyton”Sadie Coles HQ, LondonSolo
2004“Elizabeth Peyton”Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New YorkSolo
2003“Elizabeth Peyton”Neugerriemschneider, BerlinSolo
2003“Elizabeth Peyton”Regen Projects, Los AngelesSolo
2003“Elizabeth Peyton”Roma Roma Roma, RomeSolo
2002“Elizabeth Peyton”Royal Academy, LondonSolo
2002“Elizabeth Peyton”Neugerriemschneider, BerlinSolo
2002“Elizabeth Peyton”Salzburger Kunstverein, SalzburgSolo
2001“Elizabeth Peyton”Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New YorkSolo
2001“Elizabeth Peyton”Deichtorhallen, Hamburg, GermanySolo
2000“Elizabeth Peyton”Westfalischer Kunstverein, MunsterSolo
2000“Elizabeth Peyton”Aspen Art Museum, AspenSolo
2000“Elizabeth Peyton”Sadie Coles HQ, LondonSolo
2000“Elizabeth Peyton”Gavin Brown's enterprise, New YorkSolo
1999“Elizabeth Peyton”Regen Projects, Los AngelesSolo
1999“Elizabeth Peyton”Museum of Contemporary Art, Castello di Rivoli, Torino Solo
1999“Elizabeth Peyton”Neugerriemschneider, BerlinSolo
1999“Elizabeth Peyton”Gavin Brown's Enterprise, New YorkSolo
1998“Elizabeth Peyton”Georg Kargl, ViennaSolo
1998“Elizabeth Peyton”Galleria Il Capricorno, VeniceSolo
1998“Elizabeth Peyton”Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, WolfsburgSolo
1998“Elizabeth Peyton"Seattle Art Museum, SeattleSolo
1998"Elizabeth Peyton”Sadie Coles HQ, LondonSolo
1997“Elizabeth Peyton”Gallery Side 2, TokyoSolo
1997“Elizabeth Peyton”Galerie Daniel Buchholz, CologneSolo
1997“Elizabeth Peyton”St. Louis Art Museum, St. LouisSolo
1997“Elizabeth Peyton”Gavin Brown's Enterprise, New YorkSolo
1997“Elizabeth Peyton”Regen Projects, Los AngelesSolo
1996“Elizabeth Peyton”Gavin Brown's enterprise, New YorkSolo
1996“Elizabeth Peyton”Galleria Il Capricorno, VeniceSolo
1996“Elizabeth Peyton”Neugerriemschneider, BerlinSolo
1995“Elizabeth Peyton”Cabinet Gallery at The Prince Albert, LondonSolo
1995“Elizabeth Peyton”Burkhard Riemschneider, CologneSolo
1995“Elizabeth Peyton”Gavin Brown's enterprise, New YorkSolo
1993“Elizabeth Peyton”Gavin Brown’s enterprise at Hotel Chelsea, Room 828, New YorkSolo
2014“Paint New York: Painting from the American East Coast”Kunstforeningen GL Strand, CopenhagenGroup
2014“Van Gogh Live!”Fondation Vincent Van Gogh Arles, ArlesGroup
2014“Dries Van Noten- Inspirations”Les Arts Décoratifs, ParisGroup
2014“Imaginary Portraits: Prince Igor”Gallery Met, The Metropolitan Opera, New YorkGroup
2013“Moby Dick-Whale Language”Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel AvivGroup
2013“The Cat Show”White Columns, New YorkGroup
2013“NYC Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star 1993”New Museum of Contemporary Art, New YorkGroup
2013“The Human Touch”Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, ScottsdaleGroup
2013“Les Trois Grâces”Galerie Chantal Crousel, ParisGroup
2012“Inaugural Exhibition by Gallery Artists”Regen Projects, Los AngelesGroup
2012“We The People”Rauschenberg Foundation, New YorkGroup
2012“Now I am quietly waiting for the catastrophe of my personality to seem beautiful again, and interesting, and modern”Bortolami, New YorkGroup
2012“Regarding Warhol: Fifty Artists, Fifty Years”The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New YorkGroup
2012“Biennial of Painting: The Image of Man:Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens, FlandersGroup
2012“Contemporary Painting, 1960 to the Present: Selections from the Collection”San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San FranciscoGroup
2012“Invitational Exhibition of Visual Arts”American Academy of Arts and Letters, New YorkGroup
2011“Sentimental Education”Galvak Gallery, Palm BeachGroup
2011“Nothing in the World but Youth”Turner Contemporary, MargateGroup
2011“American Euberance”Rubell Family Collection - Contemporary Arts Foundation, MiamiGroup
2011“About Painting”Art Berlin Contemporary, BerlinGroup
2011“Faces”Hiram Butler Gallery, HoustonGroup
2011“Thanks for Explaining Me”Gladstone Gallery, New YorkGroup
2011“L’Insoutenable Légereté de l’Etre”Yvon Lambert Gallery, New YorkGroup
2011“Invitation to the Voyage”Algus Greenspon, New YorkGroup
2011"Age of Innocence"Yvonne Lambert Gallery, New YorkGroup
2010“From NY with Love”Don’t Projects, ParisGroup
2010“On Publications, Portraits, Public Art and Performance”The Modern Institute - Toby Webster Ltd, GlasgowGroup
2010“Compass In Hand: Selections from the Judith Rothschild Foundation Contemporary Drawings Collection”Valencia Institute of Modern Art, ValenciaGroup
2010“Kurt”Seattle Art Museum, SeattleGroup
2010“UltraMegaLore”Modemuseum, HasseltGroup
2010“Fine Line”George Kargle Fine Arts, ViennaGroup
2010“Size Does Matter”FLAG Art Foundation, New YorkGroup
2010“THE EPHEMERAL”Galerie van Gleder, AmsterdamGroup
2010“SUR LE DANDYSME AUJOURD’HUI: From Shop Window Mannequin to Media Star”Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea, Santiago de CompostelaGroup
2010“In The Company of Alice”Victoria Miro Gallery, LondonGroup
2009“Undeniably Me”Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, WolfsburgGroup
2009“Don’t Panic! I’m Selling My Collection”Rental Gallery, New YorkGroup
2009“Landscape"Armory, New YorkGroup
2009“Blookd of Two: Matthew Barney and Elizabeth Peyton”Slaughterhouse, DESTE Foundation Project Space, HydraGroup
2009“15 Years of Collecting Against the Gran”Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, WolfsburgGroup
2009“Something about Mary”Gallery Met, The Metropolitan Opera, New YorkGroup
2009“The living and the dead”Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New YorkGroup
2009“Modern Modern”Chelsea Art Museum, New YorkGroup
2009“Compass In Hand: Selections from the Judith Rothschild Foundation Contemporary Drawings Collection”Museum of Modern Art, New YorkGroup
2008“System Mensh:Works from the Collection of the MdM Salzburg”Museum derModerne Salzburg, SalzburgGroup
2008“Group Show”Galerie Leu, MunichGroup
2008“Permanent Presentation”white8 Galerie, VillachGroup
2008“Pretty Ugly”Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New YorkGroup
2008“The OLYMP-Works on Paper”Burkhard Eikelmann Galerie, DusseldorfGroup
2008“Attention to Detail”FLAG Art Foundation, New YorkGroup
2008“The Painting of Modern Life”Museum d’arte contemporanea Caastello di Rivoli, TurinGroup
2008“Mixed Emotions: Apuntes para una colección del siglo XXI”Domus Artium 2002, SalamancaGroup
2008“Deception and Devastation”Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New YorkGroup
2008New Acquisition-[Sanbi Shosha] Ueda Collection”Museum of Contemporary Art, TokyoGroup
2007“True Romance: Allegories of Love from the Renaissance to the Present”Kunsthalle Wien, ViennaGroup
2007“Contemporary and Modern Masters”Richard Gray Gallery, BostonGroup
2007“People Take Pictures of Each Other”LaMontagne Gallery, BostonGroup
2007“News on Paper”Burkhard Eikelmann Galerie, DusseldorfGroup
2007“Rocker’s Island”Museum Folkwang, EssenGroup
2007“Paper Trail: A Decade of Acquisitions”Walker Art Center, MinneapolisGroup
2007“Very Abstract and Hyper Figurative”Thomas Dane Gallery, LondonGroup
2007“Like color in pictures”Aspen Art Museum, AspenGroup
2007“Overdrive”Barbara Davis Gallery, HoustonGroup
2007“The Painting of Modern Life”The Hayward Gallery, LondonGroup
2007“Makers and Modelers”Gladstone Gallery, New YorkGroup
2007Old SchoolHauser & Wirth, LondonGroup
2007The Painted Lady: Images of Women in Art, 1945-PresentMaxwell Davidson Gallery, New YorkGroup
2007Still Life & KickingPaula Cooper Gallery, New YorkGroup
2006“SURreal”Museum der Moderne, SalzburgGroup
2006“Essential Painting”The National Museum of Art, OsakaGroup
2006“Faster! Bigger! Better!”Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie, Karlruhe,Group
2006“Lifestyle”Kunstmuseum St. Gallen, St. GallenGroup
2006“Good Vibrations”Papesse Centro Arte Contemporanea, SienaGroup
2006“Surprise, Surprise”Institute of Contemporary Art, LondonGroup
2006“Summer Show 2006”Sadie Coles HQ, LondonGroup
2006“Figures of the Player: The Paradox of the Actor”Collection Lambert, AvignonGroup
2006“Contemporary Masterworks: Saint Louis Collects”Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis, St. LouisGroup
2006“Garden Paradies”The Arsenal Gallery in Central Park, New YorkGroup
2006“The Name of the Show is not ‘Gay Art Now’”Paul Kasmin Gallery, New YorkGroup
2006“Painting Codes: I Codici della Pintura”Galleria Comunal d’Arte Contemporanea di Monfalcone, MonfalconeGroup
2006“Likeness: Portraits of Artists By Other Artists”Illingworth Kerr Gallery, AlbertaGroup
2006“Andy Warhol and Elizabeth Peyton”Guild Hall, East Hampton, New YorkGroup
2005“Vogue Nudes”Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New YorkGroup
2005“Drunk vs. Stoned 2”Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New YorkGroup
2005“girls on film”Zwirner & Wirth, New YorkGroup
2005“Always Crashing in the Same Car”Galleri Susanne Ottesen, CopenhagenGroup
2005“Looking at Words”Andrea Rosen Gallery, New YorkGroup
2005“The Early Show”White Columns, New YorkGroup
2005“GREATER THAN THE SUM: Selections from the Craig Robins Collection of Contemporary Art”Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts, TallahasseeGroup
2005“Discovery and Ownership: Insights into Private Austrian Collections”Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien, ViennaGroup
2005“Generation X”Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, WolfsburgGroup
2005“25 Deutsche Bank Collection”Deutsche Guggenheim, BerlinGroup
2005“Superstars: from Warhol to Madonna”Vienna Kunstforum-Vienna Kusthalle, ViennaGroup
2005“Getting Emotional”Institute of Contemporary Art, BostonGroup
2005“Mother & Child”Ferragamo, New York Group
2005Important, Modern and Contemporary ArtGary Nader, MiamiGroup
2005“North Fork South Fork East End Art Now”Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New YorkGroup
2004“15 Years Anniversary of Regen Projects”Regen Projects, Los AngelesGroup
2004“Likeness: Portraits of Artists By Other Artists”California College of Arts Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San FranciscoGroup
2004“Contemporary Painting”Colby College Museum of Art, WatervilleGroup
2004“Beginning Here: 101 Ways”Visual Arts Gallery, New YorkGroup
2004“North Fork-South Fork: East End Art Now”Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New YorkGroup
2004“De leur temps: Collections privées Francaises”Muba Eugéne Leroy, TourcoingGroup
2004“Works from the Boros Collection”Museum für Neue Kunst, KarlsruheGroup
2004“Arbeiten auf papier-Grafiken (Part 1)”Galerie Fahnemann, BerlinGroup
2004“Sammlung Plum”Museum Kurhaus Kleve, KleveGroup
2004“Was Marlerei heute ist”Opelvillen, RüsselsheimGroup
2004“Treasure Island: 10 Years Collection Kunstmuseum”Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, WolfsburgGroup
2004“Now is a Good Time”Andrea Rosen Gallery, New YorkGroup
2004“THE MUSE”Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects, New YorkGroup
2004Whitney BiennialWhitney Museum of American Art, New York Group
2003“Inaugural Exhibition”Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New YorkGroup
2003“The Fourth Sex: Adolescent Extremes”Pitti Imagine Discovery, Milan, ItalyGroup
2003“Faces and Figures”Art Museum at Florida International University, MiamiGroup
2003“Il Quarto Sesso”Stazione Leopolda, FlorenceGroup
2003“Under Pressure: Prints from Two Palm Press”The Cooper Union School of Art, New YorkGroup
2003“Inaugural Exhibition”Regen Projects, Los AngelesGroup
2002The Galleries Show: Contemporary Art in London”The Royal Academy of Arts, LondonGroup
2002“Painting on the Move”Kunstmuseum Basel, BaselGroup
2002“Drawing Now: Eight Propositions”Museum of Modern Art, New YorkGroup
2002“DEAR PAINTER,…Paint Me”Centre Georges Pompidou, ParisGroup
2002“Remix”Tate Liverpool, LiverpoolGroup
2001“Lens and Paper: The Beauty of Intimacy”Gemeentemuseum, The HagueGroup
2001“New to the Modern; Recent Acquisition from the Department of Drawing”Museum Modern Art, New YorkGroup
2001“Abbild recent portraiture and depiction”Landesmuseum Joanneum, Graz, AustriaGroup
2001“Azerty”Musee National d’Art Modene, Centre Georges Pompidou, ParisGroup
2001“Beautiful Productions: Art to Play, Art to Wear, Art to Own”The White Chapel Art Gallery, LondonGroup
2001“Collaborations with Parkett; 184 to now”Museum of Modern Art, New YorkGroup
2001“About Face: Selections from the prints and illustrated books department”Museum of modern Art , New YorkGroup
2001“The Way I See It”Galerie Jennifer Flay, ParisGroup
2001“Longing and Memory”Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los AngelesGroup
2000"American Academy Invitational Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture”American Academy of Arts and Letters, New YorkGroup
2000"Interventions”Milwaukee Art Museum, MilwaukeeGroup
2000"Greater New York”PS1 Contemporary Art Center, New YorkGroup
1999“ef1ny999”Tomio Koyama Gallery, TokyoGroup
1999“Malerei”INIT-Kunsthalle, BerlinGroup
1999“1968”Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, WolfsburgGroup
1999“anAzonas Kunstlerbucher”Villa Minimo, HanoverGroup
1999“Free Coke”Greene Naftali, New YorkGroup
1999Village Disco”Cabinet, LondonGroup
1999Examining Pictures”Whitechapel Art Gallery, LondonGroup
1999Parallel Lines: Mix and MatchKaren McCready Fine Art, New YorkGroup
1998Sisi, Sisimus, Sisismen”Galerie Menotti, BadenGroup
1998“Hanging”Galeria Camargo Vilaca, Sao PauloGroup
1998“Young Americans II”Saatchi Gallery, LondonGroup
1998“Tell Me a Story”Magasin, GrenobleGroup
1998“People II”Monica de Cardenas, MilanGroup
1998“Exterminating Angel”Ghislaine Hussenot Gallery, ParisGroup
1998“Auf der Spur”Kunsthalle Zurich, ZurichGroup
1997“Coming Home Again”Visual Arts Gallery, New YorkGroup
1997“Kunst…Arbeit”Südwest LB, StuttgartGroup
1997“Truce: Echoes of Art in an Age of Engless Conclusions”SITE Santa Fe, Santa FeGroup
1997“Projects 60”Museum of Modern Art, New YorkGroup
1997“Antlitz”Max-Gandolph-Bibliothek, Salzburg, AustriaGroup
1997“Heaven”MoMA PS1, New YorkGroup
1997“Hirsch Farm Project”Hirsch Foundation, NorthbrookGroup
1996“Longing and Memory”Los Angeles County Museum, Los AngelesGroup
1996“a-drift”Bard College, New YorkGroup
1996“Universalis”Sao Paulo Bienal, Sao PauloGroup
1996“Wunderbar”Kunstverien Hamburg, HamburgGroup
1996“Screen”Fredrich Petzel Gallery, New YorkGroup
1995“Campo”Venice Biennale, Venice, ItalyGroup
1995“Space Odyssey”Koreneou Gallery, AthensGroup
1995“The Enthusiast”Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New YorkGroup
1994“Swan”Tom Cugliani Gallery, New YorkGroup
1994“Don’t Postpone Joy of Collecting Can Be Fun”Austrian Cultural Institute, New YorkGroup
1993“Okay Behavior”303 Gallery, New YorkGroup
1993“Little Thing”Randolph St. Gallery, ChicagoGroup