Bibliography: Karl Haendel

KARL HAENDEL

BIBLIOGRAPHY:  2017 Watts Jr., James D., “ARTS: Philbrook Downtown unveils ‘Game On!’,” Tulsa World (web), May 4 / Goldman, Edward, “France and the US: Art and politics two centuries apart,” KCRW, January 10 Wagley, / Catherine, “5 Free Art Shows to See in L.A.This Week,” LA Weekly (web), January 18 / Walters, Sydney, “Karl Haendel: Drawing the American Ego,” Art and Cake (web), February 3 2016 “Normales Leben”, Madame, March, p. 96 / “Karl Haendel in mostra alla Raucci/Santamaria”, Naploi Post, May 10 / Woods, Gaea, “LA Artists and their Cars”, Kaleidoscope, Issue #26, Winter / Harren, Natilee, “Knight’s Heritage: Karl Haendel and the Legacy of Appropriation, Episode One, 2000,” Art Journal Open (web), February 29 / Harrison, Nate, “Response to Natilee Harren’s ‘Knight’s Heritage: Karl Haendel and the Legacy of Appropriation, Episode One, 2000’,” Art Journal Open (web), February 29 / Martin, Lucy, “Now showing: Karl Haendel, Unwinding Unboxing, Unbending Uncocking,” Elephant Magazine, Spring / Bier, Arielle, “Critics’ Picks: Karl Haendel at Wentrup,” Artforum (web), March 29 / Deverchere, Hugo, “Karl Haendel fait du Yoga,” Droguistes (web), March 29 / Harren, Natilee “Knight’s heritage: Karl Haendel and the Legacy of Appropiration, Episode 2, 2012,” Art Journal Open (web), April 22 / Mizota, Sharon, “Review: At LAXART, boundary-blurring drawing as a form of sculpture,” Los Angeles Times (web), May 2 / Wagley, Catherine, “A Maniacal Cartoon Cobra Slithers Into a Mid-Wilshire Gallery,” LA Weekly, May 18 / Boucher, Brian, “Artists Aren’t Afraid to Get Political at Art Basel Miami Beach,” ArtNet News (web), November 30 / Cascone, Sarah, “The Art World’s Social Media Reaction to Donald Trump,” Artnet (web), November 9 / Kazakina, Katya, “Trump Alters Vibe at Miami Art Fair”, Bloomberg, December 1 / Fargo, Jason, “Politics and Commerce Collide at Art Basel Miami Beach,” The New York Times, December 2 2015 Swenson, Eric Minh, Understanding Karl Haendel, Huffington Post, March 30 / Rosenthal, Katie, Virgo, Vape, Strap-on, Tampon :: Karl Haendel at Night Gallery, The Hundreds, March 15 / Zellen, Jody, Karl Haendel: Unwinding Unboxing, Unbending Uncocking at Night Gallery, art ltd, May / June / Schuessler, Ryan, Blah, blah blah? Billboard art show confronts Missouri drivers head-on, Aljazeera America, May 31 / If I Only Knew Then What I Know Now, Art | Basel Miami Beach Magazine, December, 2015 / Rosenmeyer, Aoife, Karl Haendel: Barbara Seiler Galerie, frieze, December / Haendel, Karl, “The Story Behind an Artwork, in the Artists Own Words,” Modern Painters, March / Slocum, Amy Maire, “Karl Haendel: ‘Tis in Ourselves That We Are This or Thus”, Flaunt, Fall, pp 64-65 / Sanati, Mercedeh, “Karl Haendel, Mitchell-Innes & Nash”, The Globe and Mail, October 31 / Ellwood, Mark, “If I Only Knew Then What I Know Now”, Art Basel Miami Beach Magazine, December, pp 238 – 239 / Gluck, Marissa., “Southern California’s Interconnected Art Ecosystem”, KCET, March 16 2014 Wagley, Catherine, “5 Arts Things to Do in LA this week: Totems That Could Be on ‘Sesame Street,’” LA Weekly, October 1  / Morris, Bill, “The Writing on the Wall (Redux): The 2014 Whitney Biennial, Starring David Foster Wallace,” The Millions, March 13 / Austin, Ben, “Whitney Biennial and ADAA: Ben Austin’s Armory Week Diary day 4,” artlyst, March 9 / Borrelli, Christopher, “Meet artist Michelle Grabner, Whitney Biennial 2014 curator,” Chicago Tribune, March 7 / Indrisek, Scott, “This is Not a Survey: AN Incomplete Review of the Whitney Biennial,” ArtInfo, March 6Dambrot,Shana Nys, “Whitney Biennial: The View From LA,” art ltd., March-April / Kunitz, Daniel, “9 Booths Not to Miss at This Year’s Armory Show,” Artinfo, March 3 / Yahav, Galia, “Karl Haendel: Drawer of Tabloid Soul”, Ha’rretz, May 25, p.24 / Rubell Family Collection: Highlights & Artists’Writing Volume 1, RFC/Contemporary Arts Foundation, Miami, FL“Life Transmission”, Chapman University Guggenheim Gallery / Michelle Grabner, I Work from Home, David Norr, MOCA, Cleveland  2013 12 Biennale de Lyon, edited by Thomas Boutoux, Le Presses du Réel, Dijon, France / Subaltern, Issue #2, Umea, Sweden / “Slanted 22: Art Type”, Slanted, Karlsruhe, Germany / “Vitamin D2: New Perspectives in Drawing”, edited by Christian Rattemeyer, Phaidon Press, London, UK / “Bright: Typography Between Illustration and Art”, edited by Slanted, Daab, Cologne, Germany / “Blind Spot”, Issue 46, edited by Walead Beshty / “Graphite”, edited by Sarah Urist Green, Indianapolis Museum of Art 2012 “Why Did the Chiken Cross the Road? Original Jokes about the Suburban and the Poor Farm by Artists Who have Exhibited There”, Poor Farm Press, Manawa, WI  / “Hyperdrawing, Beyond the Line of Contemporary Art”, Edited by Phil Sawdon and Russell Marshall, I.B. Tauris, London, UK  / “The Residue of Memory”, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO / “Prospect 2, New Orleans”, by Dan Cameron and Miranda Lash, US Biennal, Inc 2011 “American Exuberance”, The Rubell Family Collection, Miami, FL / “LA><ART>5, LA><ART, Los Angeles, by Lauri Firstenberg, Malik Gains and Caesar Garcia / “Drawn From Photography”, Drawing Papers 96, The Drawing Center, New York, NY / “Between the Lines: A Coloring Book of Drawings by Contemporary Artist”, Vol. 3, RxArt / Art Move 2010, Fundacja Rusz, Torun, Poland  / “Bentornato disegno, ben ritrovata pittura”, text by D. Gianquitto, artribune.com, April 2011. / “Assoloshow: Karl Haendel”, exibart on paper, april 2011. / “Il veterano Glenn Sorensen e la prima personale di Karl Haendel da Raucci/Santamaria”, text by M. Annarumma, Moonbow.it, April 2011 / “Glenn Sorensen a Karl Haendel da Raucci/Santamaria”, text by A. Tolve, Arskey, 1 april 2011. / “Da Raucci/Santamaria quei gerani tra cavalieri del simbolo”, text by D. Ricci, Il Mattino, 30 march 2011. / “Sorensen e Haendel, universi di intimità silenziose”, text by G. Salzano, Il Roma, Naples, 27 march 2011. / “Da Raucci e Santamaria una matita che dipinge”, text by F. Marino, Corriere del Mezzogiorno, 20 march  2011 / “Metafisica e nature morte”, text by P. Lettieri, Il Denaro, 12 marc 2011. 2010 “Karl Haendel at Lever House”, text by S. Pulimood, New York Times, 3 may 2010. / “In New York: Opening this weekend”, Artinfo, 25 march 2010. / “The high modernist drawing board”, interview by Q. Latimer, Art In America, March 2010. / “Karl Haendel”, text by A. Moshayedi, Artforum, march 2010. 2009 “Beg, Borrow and Steal”, cat. The Rubell Family Collection, Miami, FL, USA. / The Judith Rothschild Foundation Contemporary Drawings Collection: Catalogue Raisonne, ed. by Christian Rattemeyer, Museum of Modern Art, NY, USA. / “No Bees, No Blueberries”, text by E. John, Art Lies, Fall 2009. / “Portfolio”, First Person, Issue 3, fall 2009. / “Karl Haendel”, text by J. Zellan, Art Papers, Sept/Oct 2009. / “Anno’s abstractions, ‘Marbles’ at Noma”, text by K. Baker  SFGate, Sept 26, 2009. / “Diminishing Returns, or is Robert Morris Cynical?”, text by M. Sperlinger, Switch, Issue 1.2, Summer 2009.     “Play with Your Own Marbles”, text by J. Szupinka, Artslant, Sept. 14, 2009. / “How to Have a Socially Responsible Orgasm and Other Life Lessons”, text by K. Johnson, The New York Times, June 12, 2009.  / “Goings On About Town: Karl Haendel”, The New Yorker, June 8 & 15, 2009.  / “Karl Haendel, How to Have a Socially Responsible Orgasm and Other Life Lessons”, text by M Wilson, TimeOut NY, Issue 714, June 4-10, 2009.  / “Medium Cool, Installation: Karl Haendel”, TimeOut NY Issue 710, May 7-13, 2009.  / “Karl Haendel’s Jottings, Writ Large, on a SoHo Wall”, text by C. Vogel, The New York Times, May 7, 2009 / “Walead Beshty puts for questions to Karl Haendel”, text by W. Beshty, Modern Painters, April 2009“The art of Appropriation remains at the forefront, as a major new show from the Rubells testitfies”, The Art Newspaper, Dec 2, 2009. 2008 California Biennial, Lauri Firstenberg, Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA / Lines, Grids, Stains,Words: Minimal Art Drawings from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, Christian Rattemeyer, Museum of Modern Art, NY, USA. / “Signs and Symbols, On Billboard Projects in Los Angeles”, text by J. Bryan-Wilson, Artforum, October 2008 / “Review of The New Authentics: Artists of the Post-Jewish Generation, The Spertus Museum, Chicago, USA text by J. Foumberg, Frieze, January 8, 2008. / “2008, On the Ground, Los Angeles”, text by W. Beshty, Artforum, December 2008. / “The New Regime: Karl Haendel”, text by N. Haramis, BlackBook, December 2008. / “New Artist Karl Haendel: Redrawing”, text by S. Watson, Whitewall, Winter 2008. / “An Interview with Karl Haendel (I)”, text by Vagner M. Whitehead, Art Signal: Contemporary Art Magazine, January/March 2008 Issue 3, pp 16-31. 2007  “XXS Review”, text by G. Yahav, Time Out Tel Aviv, November 29, 2007. / “The New Authentics: Artists of the Post-Jewish Generation”, Staci Boris, Spertus Museum, Chicago, IL, USA. / “Red Eye: Los Angeles Artists from the Rubell Family Collection”, Cat. Rubell Family Collection, 2007. / “Art stars of David: There isn’t a Chagall in sight in the “new “ Spertus Museum’s first show”, text by L. Weinberg, Time Out Chicago, November 29, 2007- December 5, 2007, Issue 144. / “Karl Haendel Harris Lieberman”, text by E. Bell, ArtForum, November 2007. / “Has Money Ruined Art”, text by J. Saltz, New York Magazine, October 15, 2007. / “Galleries-Downtown, Karl Haendel”, New Yorker, October 10, 2007. / “Karl Haendel”, text by Roberta Smith, Art in Review, The New York Times, October 5, 2007. / “Goings on About Town, Art”, New Yorker, September 25, 2007. / “Quirks and Attitude to Burn”, text by H. Cotter, The New York Times, June 8, 2007. / “Karl Haendel at MOCA Focus”, text by K. Garcia, Textfield, Fall & Winter 2006-07. 2006 “Bright, brash, unmissable: the US legacy”, text by J. Wullschlager, Financial Times UK, september 15, 2006 / Anna Helwing Gallery Conversations: Karl Haendel and Mario Ybarra Jr., Cat. Anna Helwing Gallery, Los Angeles, CA / Karl Haendel, cat of the exhibition at Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA, USA.A  / Brighter Day, James Cohan Gallery, New York, NY / “Rebels without a cause”, text by A. Searle, The Guardian Unlimited – UK, September 12, 2006. / “Karl Haendel”, text by E. Bluhm, ArtUS,  Issue 13, May/June, 2006. / “Karl Haendel”, text by S. Thompson, Contemporary Magazine, No. 83, 2006. / “Chelsea Is a Battlefield: Galleries Muster Groups”, text by R. Smith, New York Times, July 28, 2006. / “Endgame Art? It’s Borrow, Sample and Multiply in an Exhibition at Bard College”, text by New York Times, July 7, 2006. / “Karl Haendel”, text by J. Zellan, Art Press, April 2006, Issue. 322. / “Los Angeles fait son show”, text by  F. Blain, Beaux Arts magazine, March 2006. / “A late 80’s date gets penciled in”, text by D. Pagel, Los Angeles Times, February 22, 2006. / “Getting a Haendel on Things”, text by N. Fiona, Los Angeles Downtown News, February 6 2006. Los Angeles Times, text by C. Dea, February 2, 2006. / “Future Greats 2005”, text by P. Schimmel, ArtReview, December/January, 2006. / “Focus Los Angeles”, Flash Art, January/February, 2006. 2005 “Karl Haendel at Anna Helwing Gallery”, text by L. Jones, Art on paper, July/August, Vol 9, No 6.  / “do it”, edited by Hans Ulrich Obrsit, e-flux and Revolver, Frankfurt am Main, Germany. / “Uncertain States of America”, Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo, Norway. / LA Louver, text by Rogue Wave, Venice, CA, USA. / “Karl Haendel at Anna Helwing Gallery”, text by E. Pence, Artweek, June 2005, Vol 35, Issue 5.  / Los Angeles Times, text by L. Ollman, April 1, 2005. / Critic’s Pick, text by K. Kite, ArtForum.com, March 18, 2005. 2004 “Biennial arrives, and so does museum,” text by C. Knight, Los Angeles Times, October 13, 2004. / “La Panaderia: 1994-2002”, edited by Yoshua Okon, Turner, Mexico City. / Cat. California Biennial 04, Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA, USA. / Cat. American Stars N’ Bars, Chapman University, Orange, CA, USA. / “The Art of the New,” text by C. Knight, The Orange County Register, October 10, 2004. / “Tuning into the O.C.: ‘Biennial” belly laughs,” text by R. L. Pincus, San Diego Tribune. 2002  “to believe much more than that,” cat. Exh. at Los Angeles: UCLA. 2001 “Beyond Relativism,” Cat. Wight Biennial Twothousandandone, Los Angeles: UCLA / Columbia: A journal of Literature and Art #35, New York, Columbia University 2000 “Karl Haendel,” text by E. Kawalick, McSweeney’s, issue # 6, 2000. / “Mensch & Ubermensch,” (with Amy Sillman), Extra, September Issue. 1999 Billboard: Art on the Road, text by Heon, Laura and Diggs, Peggy, MASS MoCA and MIT Press 1998 “Bus Gallery,” text by W. Van Siclen, Providence Journal Bulletin, March 20, 1998.