Jennifer Steinkamp is an installation artist who works with video and new media in order to explore ideas about architectural space, motion, and perception.

 

Selected One-Person Exhibitions

Jennifer Steinkamp, Converge 45 2017, Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon, curated by Sara Krajewski, 2017.
Jennifer Steinkamp: Madame Curie, Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, CA, curator Kathryn Kanjo, 2016.

ACME., Los Angeles, California, curated by Randy Sommer and Robert Gunderman, 2016.
Jennifer Steinkamp: Selections from the Botanic Series, McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, Texas, curated by René Paul Barilleaux, 2016.
Botanic, The Lapis Press, Culver City, California, curated by Adam F. Gross, 2016.
Midnight Moment, Times Square Arts, New York, New York, curated by Sherry Dobbin, 2016.

Jennifer Steinkamp, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas, curated by Alison Green, 2014.

Judy Crook, 4, Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, Cleveland, Ohio, curated by Jill Snyder, 2014.

The Westbund Art and Design Fair, Shanghai, China, Lehmann Maupin, solo booth, curated by Zhou Tiehai, 2014.

Jennifer Steinkamp, Leeahn Gallery, Seoul, South Korea, 2014.

Loop, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, curated by Kaitlin Boorher, 2014.

Jennifer Steinkamp, Lehmann Maupin, Hong Kong, China, 2014.

Shimmering Tree, Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, Washington, curated by Rock Hushka, 2013.

Madame Curie, Center for the Arts at Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia, curated by Margo Ann Crutchfield, 2013.

Street Views: Jennifer Steinkamp, Contemporary Art Museum, St. Louis, Missouri, curated by Lisa Melandri, 2013.

Garlands, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, California, curated by Dr. Bruce Samuels, 2013.

Murmuration, Governor George Deukmejian Courthouse, Long Beach, California, curated by Marc Pally, 2013.

Windows on Fifth, National Academy Museum, New York, NY, curated by Marshall Price, 2013.

Jennifer Steinkamp: Orbit 12, Mint Museum, Charlotte, North Carolina, curated by Kristen Watts, 2013.

6EQUJ5, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesota, curated by Elizabeth Armstrong, 2013.

Public Art, Felton Properties, Portland, Oregon, curated by Matt Felton.

Steinkamp: Madame Curie, Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska, curated by Toby Jurovics, 2013.

Joanne Greenbaum Jennifer Steinkamp, greengrassi, London, England, 2013.

Jennifer Steinkamp Mike Kelley, USC Brain & Creativity Institute, Los Angeles, CA, curated by Karen Moss, 2012.

Ronald Reagan, Ronald Reagan Hospital, UCLA, Los Angeles, California, curated by Jody Rassell, 2012.

Soledad Sevilla Jennifer Steinkamp, Soledad Lorenzo Gallery, Madrid, Spain, 2012.

Jennifer Steinkamp, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas, curated by Alison Greene, 2012.

The Vanquished, Anderson Gallery, VCU, Richmond, Virginia, curated by Ashley Kistler, 2012.

The Death of the Moth, The Fabric Workshop, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, curated by Kippy Stroud, 2012.

ACME., Los Angeles, California, curated by Randy Sommer and Robert Gunderman, 2012.

Jennifer Steinkamp: Mike Kelly, Inova, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Wisconsin, curated by Bruce Knackert, 2012.

The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu Academy of Arts - Spalding House, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2011-12.

CAA, Creative Artists Agency, Los Angeles, California.

Dwight Hackett Projects, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 2011.

ACME., Los Angeles, California, curated by Randy Sommer and Robert Gunderman, 2011.
Jennifer Steinkamp: Madame Curie, Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, CA, 2011, curators Stephanie Hanor and Lucia Sanromán.

Jennifer Steinkamp, Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA, 2010.

Lehmann Maupin, New York, New York, 2010

W Hotel, New York, New York, 2010.

Jennifer Steinkamp, Leeahn Gallery, Seoul, South Korea, 2010.

Jennifer Steinkamp, Leeahn Gallery, Daegu, South Korea, 2010.

North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, North Carolina, 2010.

ARCO, Madrid Spain, special project with Soledad Lorenzo, 2010.

ACME., Los Angeles, California, curated by Randy Sommer and Robert Gunderman, 2009.

Jennifer Steinkamp, CAC Málaga. Centro de Arte Contemporáneo de Málaga, Spain, 2009.

Dwight Hackett Projects, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 2009.

Hollywood and Vine, Hollywood, California, curated by Tiffiny Lendrum, 2009.

Jennifer Steinkamp: Fly to Mars, Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, Nevada, curated by Ann M. Wolfe, 2009.

Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, Arizona, 2009.

Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, Portland, Oregon, 2008.

Lehmann Maupin, New York, New York, 2005, 2004, 2006, 2008.

Jennifer Steinkamp: Miss Znerold, Frist Center, Nashville, TN, curated by Mark Scala, 2008.

ACME., Los Angeles, California, curated by Randy Sommer and Robert Gunderman, 2008.

Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo, New York, 2008.

Victory Park, Dallas, Texas, 2007.

greengrassi Gallery, London England, 2007

Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2007.

Jennifer Steinkamp, Kemper Museum, Kansas City, MO, curated by JoAnne Northrup, 2007.

Lehmann Maupin, New York, New York, 2006.

University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie, Wyoming, curated by Susan B. Moldenhauer, 2006.

Jennifer Steinkamp, San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA, curated by JoAnne Northrup, 2006.

Soledad Lorenzo Gallery, Madrid, Spain, 2006.

Loop, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, curator Paul Roth, 2005.

Swing Space, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada, curated by Michelle Jacques, 2005.

ACME., Los Angeles, CA, 2005.

Lehmann Maupin, New York, New York, 2005.

Aria, New Lightscapes Project, retooled for new format, Fremont Street Experience, Las Vegas, NV, 2005.

Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas, curated by Elizabeth Dunbar, 2005.

Telfair Museum of Art, Savannah, Georgia, 2004.greengrassi, London, England, 2004

Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, curated by Andrea Inselmann, 2004

.Lehmann Maupin, New York, New York, 2004

Johnson County Community College, Overland Park, Kansas, 2003.

ACME., Los Angeles, CA, 2002.

EMP, Seattle, Washington, soundtrack by Jimmy Johnson, Holly Lovecat, 2002

Rice University Art Gallery, Houston, Texas, soundtrack by Jimmy, 2001

Fremont Street Experience, Las Vegas, Nevada, 2000.

ACME., Los Angeles, CA, 2000.

Williamson Gallery, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA, soundtrack by Jimmy Johnson, 2000.

Staples Center, Hockey and Basketball Arena, Los Angeles, CA, 1999.

Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA, soundtrack by Jimmy Johnson, 1999.

greengrassi , London England, soundtrack by Jimmy Johnson, 1999.

ACME. Los Angeles, CA, soundtrack by Jimmy Johnson, 1998.

The Exchange, New York, NY,1997.

INOVA, Institute of Visual Arts, UW Milwaukee, Wisconsin, curated by Peter Doroshenko, 1997.

Ten in One Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, soundtrack by Grain,1997.

Bravin Post Lee, New York, NY, soundtrack by Grain,1997.

University of La Verne, La Verne, CA, soundtrack by Grain,1996.

Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, Florida, soundtrack by Grain,1995.

ACME., Santa Monica, CA, soundtrack by Bryan Brown,1995.

Bravin Post Lee, New York, soundtrack by Grain,1995.

Huntington Beach Art Center, Huntington Beach, CA,1995.

Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions,

LAX 94 @ LACE, Hollywood, CA, 1994.

ACME., Santa Monica, CA, soundtrack by Jimmy Johnson,

1994.Sue Spaid Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA, 1993.

FOOD HOUSE, Santa Monica, CA, 1993.

The Santa Monica Museum of Art and Bliss House, Freewaves and FAR, Los Angeles, CA, 1989.

EZTV, Hollywood CA, 1988.


 

Selected Group Exhibitions

The Lapis Press in Las Vegas, Soho Lofts, Las Vegas, Nevada, curated by Adam Gross, 2017.
Jam, The Billboard Creative, Los Angeles, California, 257 S Spring St, Los Angeles, organized by Mona Kuhn and Alex Praer, 2017.
Green Land - Blooming City,
Taide - ja Museokeskus Sinkka, Kerava, Finland, curated by Arja Elovirta, 2017.
Virtual Views: Digital Art from the Thoma Foundation, Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, Tennessee, curated by Stephen Wicks, 2017.

Naturalia, Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, New York, curated by Danny Moynihan, 2017.
The Lapis Press x Nazraeli Press
, Platform, Culver City, California, curated by Adam Gross, 2016.
Open This End, Ronna and Eric Hoffman Gallery of Contemporary Art, Lewis & Clark College, Portland, Oregon, curated by Joseph R. Wolin, 2016.
Belief + Doubt: Selections from the Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz Collection, NSU Art Museum, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, curated by Bonnie Clearwater, 2016.
Passage, ACME. Los Angeles, California, 2016.

Nature Morte: contemporary artists reinvigorate the still-life tradition, Bohusläns Museum, Uddevalla, Sweden, curated by Roberto Ekholm, Michael Petry, 2016.
Naples Collects, The Baker Museum, Naples, Florida, organized by Artis-Naples, 2016.

Renaissance, Lille3000, Euralille, France, curated by Fabrice Bousteau, 2015.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN,  MUSAC, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León, León, Spain, curated by Koré Escobar, 2015.

Taking Their Place, Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Madison, WI, curated by Leah Kolb, 2015.

Open This End: Contemporary Art from the Collection of Blake Byrne, Ohio State University Urban Arts Space, Columbus, Ohio, curated by Joseph R. Wolin, 2015.

Still Life: Capturing the Moment, Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Springs, California, curated by Katherine Hough, 2015.

Screen Play, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York, curated by Joe Lin-Hill, Cathleen Chaffee, Holly E. Hughes, 2015.

Nature Morte: contemporary artists reinvigorate the still-life tradition, Hå Gamle Prestegard, Nærbø, Norway, curated by Roberto Ekholm and Michael Petry, 2015.

2014 New Acquisitions - part 1, Busan Museum of Art, Busan, South Korea, curated by SunJu Kang, 2015.

Future Seasons Past, Lehmann Maupin, New York, curated by Manuel E. Gonzalez, 2015.

Open This End, Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, curated by Joseph R. Wolin, 2015.

Flowers, GAVLAK Palm Beach, Florida, organized by Sothebys S|2, 2015.

10 años después, MUSAC, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León, León, Spain, curated by Manuel Olveira, 2014.

Overture: New Acquisitions, Borusan Contemporary, Istanbul, Turkey, curated by Nazli Gurlek, 2014.

next gen art: new horizons, Fries Museum, Leeuwarden, Netherlands, curated by Kie Ellens, 2014.

The Chosen, Jewish Museum of Florida, Miami Beach, Florida, curated by Bernice Steinbaum, 2014.

REALSPACE, Williamson Gallery, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California, curated by Stephen Nowlin, 2014.

Stationary Realms, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas, curated by Cynthia Nourse Thompson, 2014.

20 Years of ACME. ACME, Los Angeles, California, 2014.

The Avant-Garde Collection, Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, California, curated by Dan Cameron and Fatima Manalili, 2014.

Permanent Collection of Contemporary Art, Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska, curated by Karin Campbell, 2014.

Still Moves, ArtC, Phoenix Market City, Chennai, India, curated by Diana Campbell Betancourt, 2014.

Ecotopia, Kenderdine Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, curated by Amanda Cachia, 2014.

Love & Loyalty, Leeahn Gallery, Seoul, Korea, 2013.

Nature in All Its Glory, Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC, curated by Elaine D. Gustsafson, 2014.

Two Trees, The Armory Gallery at Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, curated by Kevin Concannon, 2013.

Rewilding Modernity, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, curated by Lisa Balissera, 2013.

First Open, New Media, Christies, New York, New York, 2013.

Generation W, 20 Exchange Place, New York, New York, curated by Stefano Tonchi, 2013.

Something About a Tree, Flag Art Foundation, New York, NY, curated by Linda Yablonsky, 2013?

Ecotopia, Nickle Gallery, Calgary, Alberta, Ontario, Canada, curated by Amanda Cachia, 2013.

Art in Embassies, U.S. Department of State, American Consulate, Guangzhou, China, curated by Virginia L. Shore, 2013

The Distaff Side, The Granary, Sharon, Connecticut, curated by Melva Bucksbaum, 2013.

Landscape Photography in a Changing World, The Bascom, Highlands, North Carolina, curated by Jane Jackson, 2013.

0 to 60, The North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC, curated by Linda Johnson Dougherty, 2013.

A discourse on plants, RH Gallery, New York, NY, 2013.

Wall, Columbus College of Art & Design, Columbus, Ohio, curated by Michael Goodson, 2013.

Ecotopia, Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, Alberta, Ontario, Canada, curated by Amanda Cachia, 2013.

Poetic Codings, Fellows of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, California, curated by Jody Zellen. 2013.

The Island/ "A Game of Life", Gallery One, Saadiyat Island, Abu Dhabi, UAE, curated by Fabrice Bousteau, 2012.

Ecotopia, Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, Ontario, Canada, curated by Amanda Cachia.

Unnatural, Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, Florida, curated by Tami Katz-Freiman, 2012.

DECADE: 2002-2012, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York, curated by Douglas Dreishpoon and Heather Pesanti, 2012.

Biennial Video Invitational: Video Art, Sheldon Museum of Art, Lincoln, Nebraska, curated by Sharon Kennedy, 2012.

Prospect.2 New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana, curated by Dan Cameron, 2011.

Works of Paper, ACME, Los Angeles, California, 2011.

Videosphere: A New Generation, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York, curated by Holly E. Hughes, 2011.

Blink! Light, Sound and the Moving Image, Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO, 2011, curated by Jill Desmond, 2011.

70 Years of Collecting, Weatherspoon, Greensboro, NC, curated by Nancy Doll, Elaine D. Gustsafson, 2011.

astatic, MASSART, Boston, MA, curated by Lisa Tung., 2011.

Pause, The Cosmopolitan, Las Vegas, Nevada, curated by The Artist Production Fund. 2010

The Artist's Museum, MoCA, Los Angeles, California, curated by Rebecca Morse, 2010.

Five in Istanbul, Borusan Müzik Evi, Istanbul, Turkey, curated by Isabella Icoz, 2010.

Hot House, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minnesota, curator Thomas E. Rassieur, 2010.

Arte Portugal, Lisbon, Portugal, curated by Paul Young and Fred Hoffman, 2010.

Wild Things, Kunsthallen Brandts, Odense, Denmark, curated by Lene Burkhard, 2010.

Making Nature, Rubicon Gallery, Dublin, Irelans, curated by Gemma Tipton, 2010.

Until Now, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minnesota, curator Elizabeth Armstrong, 2010.

Transparency and Trans-formations, Residence U.S. Ambassador to Sweden, Stockholm, curator Alice Gray Stites, 2010.

The Real Thing, Ipswitch Art Gallery, Ipswich, Queensland, Australia, curator: Michael Beckmann, 2010.

CUE: Artist's Video, Vancouver Art Gallery, British Columbia, curated by Christopher Eamon, 2010.

American Art II: 1960-Present, Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC, curated by Elaine D. Gustsafson, 2009.

Anniversary Show, ACME, Los Angeles, California, 2009.

The Passionate Pursuit, Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Springs, California, curated by Daniell Cornell, 2009.

Art and Electronic Media, Bitforms Gallery, New York, curated by Laura Blereau, 2009.

Confines Valencia 09, IVAM, Valencia, Spain, curated by Aaron Betsky, 2009.

Variations on a Theme, San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA, curated by JoAnne Northrup, 2009.

Prescriptions, ACME, Los Angeles, 2009.

Abstract Cinema, Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, Florida, curated by Bonnie Clearwater,Kevin Arrow,  2009.

Magnetic Landscape, The Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia, curated by Kristen Miller Zohn, 2009.

The Garden at 4 A.M., Gana Art New York, New York, curated by Paul Laster and Renee Riccardo, 2009.

The 11th Cairo International Biennale, Cairo, Egypt, 2008.

The Martin Margulies Collection at the WAREhouse, Miami, Florida, curated by Katherine Hinds.

Las Vegas Collects, Las Vegas Art Museum, Las Vegas, Nevada, curated by Libby Lumpkin, 2008.

Badlands, MassMoCA, North Adams, Massachusetts, curated by Denise Markintosh, May2008.

Towada Art Center, Towada, Japan, 2008.

Pivot Points, Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, Florida, curated by Bonnie Clearwater, 2008

California Video, The Getty, Los Angeles, CA, curated by Glenn Phillips, 2008.

Multiplex, Western Bridge, Seattle, Washington, 2008.

Two-Fold Faction, PKM Gallery, Beijing, China, curated by Yoewool Kang, 2008.

New Frontier on Main, Sundance Film Festival, Park City, Utah, 2008.

REMIX Color and Light, Albright-Knox, Buffalo, New York, curated by Claire Schneider, 2007.

Redefined, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC., curator Jonathan P. Binstock, 2007.

Garten Eden - The Garden in Art since 1900, Kunsthalle in Emden, Gemany, curated by Nils Ohlsen, 2007.

Mar Vista, Domestic Setting, Los Angeles, California, curated by Jeanne Patterson.

Existencies, MUSAC, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Castilla y León, Spain, 2007.

Time Present Time Past, Istanbul Modern, Istanbul, Turkey, curated by David Elliot and Rosa Martinez, 2007.

Sculptor's Drawings, Angles Gallery, Santa Monica, California, curated by Nowell J. Karten, 2007.

Orbigo 07, León, Spain, 2007.

Projections on Lake, Pasadena, California, curated by David Bradshaw, 2007.

Summer, Neuhoff Edelman Gallery, New York, 2007.

SIX, Williamson Gallery, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California, 2007.

Fast Forward: Contemporary Collections for the Dallas Museum of Art , Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas, 2007.

Figured/Out: Contemporary Art from the Permanent Collection, Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, North Carolina, curated by Will South, 2007.

Taipei Biennial, Taipei, Taiwan, curated by Dan Cameron, 2006.

Art Summit, Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO, curated by Dianne Vanderlip, 2006.

Second Natures, Broad Art Center, UCLA faculty exhibition, Los Angeles, CA., curated by Christiane Paul, 2006.

Garden, Visual Arts Center of Richmond, Richmond, Virginia, curated by Ashley Kistler, 2006.

redefined, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington DC., curated by Jonathan P. Binstock, 2006.

Single Channel, Bemis Center, Omaha, Nebraska, curated by Jeremy Stern, 2006.

Again + Again, Austin Museum of Art, Austin, Texas, curated by Dana Friis-Hansen, 2006.

Looking Now, 21C Museum Hotel, Louisville, Kentucky, 2006.

Uneasy Nature, Weatherspoon Art Museum, North Carolina, curated by Xandra Eden, 2006.

Decelerate, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, Missouri, curated by Elizabeth Dunbar, 2005.

Drawn from Nature, Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio, 2005.

150 Works of Art, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, Washington, curated by Elizabeth Brown, 2005.

Printemps de septembre, les Abattoirs, Toulouse, France, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Jean-Pierre Criqui and Pascal Pique 2005.

165 Charles Street, Richard Meier Apartment, New York, 2005.

Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, Loop, 2005.

Extreme Abstraction, Albright-Knox, Buffalo, New York, curated by Louis Grachos and Claire Schneider, 2005.

Out There: landscape in the New Millenium, MoCA Cleveland, Ohio, curated by Margo A. Crutchfield, 2005.

Video Program?i, Istanbul Modern, Istanbul, Turkey, curated by Rosa Martínez, 2005

Inauguracion Oficial , MUSAC, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León, León, Spain.

Visual Music, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC ,

and The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA, curated by Kerry Brougher and Jeremy Strick.

35 x 35, San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA, curated by Susan Landauer, 2004.

In Focus: Themes in Photography, Albright-Knox, Buffalo, New York, curated by Louis Grachos, 2004

MUSAC, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Castilla y Leon, Spain, curator Agustin Perez Rubio, 2004.

In Situ, Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, curated by Bonnie Clearwater, 2004.

A Grain of Dust A Drop of Water, Gwangju Biennale, Korea, curated by Yongwoo Lee, Kerry Brougher, 2004.

IN DOOR OUT, ACME., Los Angeles, CA, curated by Chip Tom.

Animation Impulse, Cheekwood Museum of Art, Nashville, Tennessee, Curated by Terri Smith, 2003.

Poetic Justice, The 8th Istanbul Biennial. The Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Art, Istanbul, Turkey, 2003.

Warped Space, Wattis Institute, CCAC, San Francisco, CA, curated by Ralph Rugoff, 2003.

Hypercolor, Thema, Santa Monica, CA, curated by Chip Tom, 2003.

NEURO, Anthenaeum, Caltech, Pasadena, CA, curated by Stephen Nowlin, 2003.

Glow, University of North Texas Art Gallery, Denton, Texas, curated by Frances Colpitt, 2003.

Collection Highlights, San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA, curated by Susan Landauer, 2002.

McNay's Collectors Gallery, McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, TX, curator MaLin Wilson-Powell, 2002.

Media City Seoul, 2nd biennial exhibition, Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea, 2002.

Optics, Gensler, Santa Monica, CA, curator Ann Harmsen, 2002.

Glow, San Antonio Art Gallery, University of Texas, San Antonio, TX. Travels to: Arthouse, Austin, TX

and the Univ. of North Texas Art Gallery, Denton, TX, curator Frances Colpitt, 2002.

Glow, [ArtPace], San Antonio, curator Frances Colpitt, 2002.

Sail, ACME., Los Angeles, CA, 2002.

Parallels and Intersections, San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA 2002.

Collecting Contemporary Art, Ackland Art Museum, Chapel Hill, curator Barbara Matilsky, 2002.

Beau Monde, SITE Biennial, Santa Fe, New Mexico, soundtrack by Jimmy Johnson, 2001.

City of Los Angeles Individual Artist Fellowship Award, Skirball Center, Los Angeles, CA, 2001.

One Wall, Orange County Museum of Art, soundtrack by Jimmy Johnson, 2001.

The 46th Biennial Exhibition: Media/Metaphor, The Corcoran, Washington, DC, with J. Johnson, 2000.

Made in California: NOW, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA, with J. Johnson, 2000.

Wonderland, Saint Louis Art Museum, Missouri, soundtrack by Andrew Bucksbarg, 2000.

Ultra Lounge, University of South Florida, Contemporary Art Museum, Tampa, Florida, 2000.

Videodrome, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, soundtrack by Jimmy Johnson, 1999.

POSTMARK: An Abstract Effect, SITE Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1999.

Local Color, University of La Verne, CA, curated by Virgina Rutledge, 1999.

Post Millennial Fizzy, Luckman Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, 1999.

Public Works, Santa Monica Museum of Art, CA, soundtrack by Andrew Bucksbarg, 1998.

Lightscapes, Nevada Institute of Contemporary Art, Las Vegas, NV, curated by T. Holder, Paul Tzanetopoulos, 1998.

Picture Show, Weinstein Gallery, Minneapolis, Minnesota, curated by Tim Peterson, 1998.

Ultra Lounge, Diverseworks Artspace, Houston Texas, soundtrack by Andrew Bucksbarg, 1998.

traveled: University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.

L.A. on Paper 2: Fantastic Matter of Fact, Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna Austria, curated by David Muller, 1998

Elusive Paradise, MoCA, Los Angeles, CA, soundtrack by Bryan Brown, 1997.

Spot Making Sense, Grand Arts, Kansas City, Missouri, curator David Pagel, 1997.

Club Media, 47th Biennale of Venice, Venice, Italy, 1997.

Sunshine & Noir, Sampler 2, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek,1997.

Traveled: Kustmuseum Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg, Germany, 1997; UCLA at The Armand Hammer

Museum, Los Angeles, CA, soundtracks by Grain and Bryan Brown, 1998.

Return to Light and Space, RTKL International Exhibit Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, curated by LeRad D. Nilles, 1997.

ExLA, Dogenhaus Gallery, Leipzig, Germany,1997.

It's the Cathode Ray, Big Sail, Los Angeles, CA, curated by Doug Henry, 1997.

The Exchange, New York, New York, curated by John Good, 1997.

TRUE.BLISS., Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Hollywood, CA,1996.

Muse [X] Editions Launch, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, California, curated by Jane Hart, 1996.

A Scattering Matrix, Richard Heller gallery, Santa Monica, CA,1996.

Just Past, MoCA, Los Angeles, CA, soundtrack by Bryan Brown,1996.

Videonale 7, Bonn Kunstverein, Bonn, 1996.

Glow, New Langton Arts, San Francisco, CA, soundtrack by Grain,1996.

Sampler 2, Rotterdam Filmfestival, Rotterdam, soundtracks by Grain & Bryan Brown,1996.

The Machine Stops, Brush Gallery, Lowell, Massachusetts, soundtrack by Grain, curated by Brian Wallace, 1996.

Sampler 2, David Zwirner Gallery, New York, soundtracks by Grain & Bryan Brown,1996..

A Drawing, Bravin Post Lee, Drawings, New York,1995.

Unofficial Realities, Manhattan Friends of the Arts, Manhattan Beach, California, curated by JoAnn Hanley, 1995.

Digital Mediations, Williamson Gallery, Pasadena, CA, 1995.

Video-Forum, Art 26'95, Basel Art Fair, Basel, Switzerland, 1995.

Heaven is in the Back Seat of My Cadillac, N.A.M.E., Chicago, Illinois, curated by Yvette Brackman, 1995.

Quarters, Bravin Post Lee, New York, 1995.

Diderot and the Last Luminare, SITE, Los Angeles, California, organized by Erika Suderburg, 1994.

The Magic Wand, Lasso and Marquee, Conejo Valley Art Museum, Thousand Oaks, California, 1994.

Diderot and the Last Luminare, Southern Exposure, San Francisco, California, organized by Erika Suderburg, 1994.

Thanx Again, FOOD HOUSE, Santa Monica, CA, 1994.

New Voices 1994, Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin, 1994.

Photography and the Photographic, California Museum of Photography, Riverside, CA, 1994.

Current Abstractions, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles, 1994.

Bad Girls, UCLA Wight Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, 1994.

Random Gallery, Los Angeles, California, 1993.

Germinal Notations, FOOD HOUSE, Santa Monica, CA, 1993.

I Sing the Body Electric, City of Lancaster Museum Art Gallery, Lancaster, California, 1993.

Sugar 'n Spice, Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA, 1993.

A Carafe, That is a Blind Glass, Weingart Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, curated by Linda Besemer and Sabina Ott, 1993.

FAR Bazzar, Old Federal Reserve Building, Los Angeles, California, 1992.

The One Nine Special, Union Station, Los Angeles, California, curated by Georgie Wise, 1992.

Summer Lightning, The Dreadnought Seaman's Hospital, Greenwich, England, curated by Georgie Wise, 1992.

Computer Museum, Boston, Massachusetts, curated by Issac Victor Kerlow, 1991.

Poured Paintings, Dorothy Goldeen Gallery, Santa Monica, California, curated by Randy Sommer, 1991.

Bliss Collection, Bliss House, Pasadena, California, 1990.

 

Selected Performance and Screenings

Animated! Palmer Museum of Art of the Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania, curated by Brian Alfred, Dana Carlisle Kletchka, 2016.

Penetrating Surfaces, The Austrian Film Museum, Vienna, Austria, curated by Robert Seidel, 2014.

Art | Basel | Miami Beach, Video Program, New World Center, Miami, Florida, 2011.

John Zorn/Schoenberg/Morton Feldman Monodramas, March 25 – April 8, 2011, New York City Opera, New York.

Videacy, Side Street Projects, Los Angeles, curator Andrew Bucksbarg, 2001.

Elevation Tour, U2 international concert tour, 2001.

National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., On the Edge: New Video Art, 1999.

SITE, TRUCE, with Micro International, performance, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1997.

POPmart, U2 international concert tour, 1997.

Circa96, collaboration with Grain, performance, Grand Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA, 1996.


 

Interviews and Text by Steinkamp

Casey Reas, Processing: A Programming Handbook (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2013) p. book

Jessica Steeber, Art City Asks, JSOnline (Milwaukee, WI: March 27, 2012). On-line art and architecture blog.

Kathleen Richards, Artist Profile, Artletter (Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, July 2011) pp. 12-13. Museum brochure

Kinsee Morlan, Go see this show, San Diego City Beat (San Diego, California: April 5, 2011). review

Casey Reas, Chandler Williams, Form+Code (New York, NY: Princeton Architectural Press, 10/18/2010) p. 54 book

Jennifer Steinkamp, The Artists' Artists Best of 2009, Artforum (New York: Dec. 1, 2009) p. 97. article

Jovan Lip, Jennifer Steinkamp Let there be light! IdN (Hong Kong: 2009) pp. 81-82 article

Liz Kwon, Art & Space: Jennifer Steinkamp, bob, (Seoul, S Korea: May 2009, Issue 052) pp.134-139. article

Denise Markonish, Badlands, New Horizons in Landscape, The MIT Press (North Adams, MA: 2008) p 204-209 catalog

Glenn Phillips, California Video: Artists and Histories, Getty Publications (Los Angeles: 2008) p 210-213 catalog

C.E.B. Reas, Programming Media (Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, 2007) pp. 387-388. Book

Jennifer Steinkamp, Marie Remer Westh, et all, Digital Connections (Copenhagen, Denmark: 2006) p. 95. book

Jennifer Steinkamp, How I Came to Understand Digital, Release Print (San Francisco, CA: Nov./Dec., 2005) p 36. article

Jennifer Steinkamp, Poetic Justice, Terminal (Tel Aviv, Israel: Fall, 2003) pp. 8-9. Article

Young June Ha, Jennifer's Eyes, Korea Tatler (Seoul, Korea: November, 2002) pp. 68-71. article

Hye Jin Keum, Interview Jennifer Steinkamp, Designnet (Seoul, Korea: October, 2002). pp. 58-59 article

Jennifer Steinkamp, My Only Sunshine, Leonardo/MIT Press (San Francisco, California: April 2001). article

David Pagel, Crossroads, Los Angeles Times Calendarlive (Los Angeles: January 3, 2001). article

Rochelle Steiner, Wonderland, (Saint Louis, Missouri: Saint Louis Art Museum, July 1 - September 24, 2000). Catalog

Holly Willis, A conversation with Jennifer Steinkamp, artist, Artweek (San Jose, California: October, 1998), p 16. article


 

Publications

Adriano Abbado, Visual Music Masters: Abstract Explorations of Past and Present Artists (Skira, ??, 2016) pg. ??

Dave Hickey, 25 Women: Essays on Their Art (Chicago, Illinois: The University of Chicago Press, 2016) cover, pp 73-79.

Gabrielle Jennings, Abstract Video, The Moving Image in Contemporary Art (University of California Press: 2015) p. 10, 81, 83.

Judicaël Lavrador, Renaissance (Lillie, France: Beaux Arts éditions, 2015) p 11.

Michael Petry, Nature Morte  (London: Thames & Hudson, 2013) p. 59.

Linda Dougherty, 0 to 60, North Carolina Museum of Art (Raleight, North Carolina: 2013) pp. 19, 120-121.

Fabrie Bousteau. The Island/A Game of Life, Gallery 1, Manarat Al Saadiyat (Abu Dhabi: 2012) pg 16.

Douglas Dreishpoon. DECADE, Albright Knox Art Gallery (Buffalo: 2012) pp. 14, 29, 87, 104-105, 302, 323, 338.

Tami Katz-Freiman, Unnatural (Miami Beach, Florida: Bass Museum of Art , 2012) pp. 52 - 53.

Kathy Rae Huffman, Nancy Buchanan, Exchange and Evolution (Long Beach Museum of Art, CA, 2012) p. 31.

Estrellita B. Brodsky, Soto Paris and Beyond 1950-1970 (New York University and Grey Art, New York: 2012) pp 50-52.

Dan Cameron, Prospect.2 New Orleans (New Orleans, Louisiana: U.S. Biennial Inc., 2011) pp. 120 - 123.

Mariann W. Smith, Albright-Knox Art Gallery Highlights of the Collection (Buffalo, NY: Scala Publishers, 2011) p. 42.

Jill Desmond, Companion to Light, Sound and the Moving Image, Denver Art Museum (Denver, CO: 2011) pg. 84.

Xandra Eden, Weatherspoon Art Museum. 70 Years of Collecting, (The University of North Carolina: 2011) pg. 220 – 221

Robert Klamten, Lukas Feireiss, Staging Space (Die Gestalten Verlag, Berlin, Germany: 2010) p. 214

Irene Tsatsos, California Community Foundation, 2009 Fellowships for Visual Artists (Los Angeles, CA: 2010)  pp. 34-35

Laura U. Marks, Enfoldment and Infinity (Cambridge, MA: 2010) pp. 302-303

Lene Burkard, Yvette Brackman, Wild Things (Denmark: Kunsthallen Brandts, 2010) p. 30-41)

David S Rubin, Psychedelic (Cambridge, MA The MIT Press, 2010)  p. 28, 44, 46, 85

Karen Cochran Kelly, North Carolina Museum of Art (Raleigh, North Carolina, 2010)  p.564-565

Rosa Olivares, Dave Hickey, 100 Video Artists (Madrid: EXIT Publicaciones, 2009) pp 378 - 381

Landon J. Napoleon, Fabulous at 50. (Phoenix Art Museum: 2009) p.197

Aaron Betsky, Confines: Valencia 09, Institut Valencia d'Art Modern, (Valencia, Spain 2009) p. 191.

Kimberli Meyer, US Presentation 11th International Cairo Biennale (MAK Center, CA: 2008)

Cairo Biennale 11 (Arab Republic of Egypt Ministry of Culture Cairo, Egypt: 2008) p 196-199

Libby Lumpkin, Las Vegas Collects Contemporary, (Los Vegas Art Museum, NV:  2008) p 49-51

Yasuko Murayama, Towada Art Center, Towada Art Center (Japan, 2008) p 52-53

Michael Govan, BCAM/LACMA/2008, LA  County Museum of Art Press (Los Angeles, CA, 2008) p 204

Nils Ohlsen, Kunsthalle in Emden (Emden, Germany: 2007).

Dan Cameron, Work + Art = Life, Art Works The Progressive Collection (New York, NY: 2007) p21, 264-265

Peter Hutchinson, Botanical Obsession, EXIT 28 (Madrid, Spain: Dec. 2007) p 100-101

Agustin Perez Rubio, Existencias Guia MUSAC 8,  MUSAC (León, Spain: Sept. 2007) p 33

Amelia Jones, Self/Image (London and New York: Routledge Press, 2007).

Mark Getlein, Living with Art (San Francisco, California: McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2007).

Maria de Corral, Dr. John R. Lane, Fast Forward: Contemporary Collections for the Dallas Museum of Art (New Haven, Conneticut: Yale University Press, 2007).

Randy Rosenberg, Art In Action (San Rafael, California: Palacepress, 2007).

Joe Huston, OPTIC NERVE (Columbus, Ohio: Merrell, Columbus Museum of Art, 2007).

Agustin Perez Rubio, Jennifer Steinkamp, MUSAC Collection. Volume II (León, Spain:  Mar. 2007)

Paul Zelanski, Mary Pat Fisher, Shaping Space (Belmont, California: Thomson Wadsworth, 2007).

Dan Cameron, Taipei Biennial: Dirty Yoga (Taipei, Taiwan: Taipei Fine Arts Museum, 2006).

JoAnne Northrup, Jennifer Steinkamp (Munich, Germany: Prestel, 2006).

Christiane Paul, Second Natures (Los Angeles, Califoirnia: UCLA, 2006).

Xandra Eden, Uneasy Nature (Greensboro, North Carolina: Weatherspoon Art Museum, 2006).

Gail Swanlund, Jennifer Steinkamp (Madrid, Spain: Soledad Lorenzo Gallery, 2006).

Sylvia Lavin, Helene Furján, Penelope Dean, Crib Sheets (New York: Monacelli Press, 2005).

Elizabeth Dunbar, Decelerate (Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art (Kansas City, Missouri: 2005).

Chris Kraus, Jane McFadden, Jan Tumlir, LA Artland (London: Black Dog Publishing, Sept., 2005).

Jean-Marc Bustamante, Printemps de Septembre a Toulouse,(France, 2005).

Louis Grachos and Claire Schneider, Extreme Abstraction, Albright-Knox (Buffalo, New York, 2005).

Kerry Brougher, Visual Music (New York: Thames & Hudson, 2005).

Marilyn Stokstad, Art History (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2005).

Leslie Marcus, Boundless #1 (Pasadena, California: Art Center College of Design, 2005).

Yong-woo Lee et all, Gwangju Biennale: A Grain of Dust A Drop of Water (Gwangju, Korea: 2004).

Susan Landauer, Selections (San Jose, CA: San Jose Museum of Art, 2004).

Maria-Rosario Jackson, Ph. D., Investing in Creativity (New York: Urban Institute, 2003)

Ralph Rugoff, Warped Space (San Francisco, CA: Wattis Institute, CACC, 2003).

Dan Cameron, Erika Suderberg, Poetic Justice, The 8th Istanbul Biennial (Istanbul, Turkey: 2003).

Stephen Nowlin, NEURO (Pasadena, CA: Art Center College of Design and Caltech, 2003).

Peter Dorsey, Beyond Form: Architecture in the Space of Media (New York: Lusitania Press, 2003)

The Corcoran Gallery of Art, A Capital Collection, (London, UK: 3rd Millennium, 2002).

Image Makers, (Pasadena, CA: Art Center College of Design, 2002).

Dave Hickey, Beau Monde (Santa Fe, New Mexico: SITE, 2002).

Wonil Rhee, Media City Seoul, 2nd biennial exhibition (Seoul, Korea: Seoul Museum of Art).

Gloria Gerace, Urban Surprises (Glendale, CA: Balcony Press, 2002).

Frances Colpitt, Glow (San Antonio, Texas: The UTSA Art Gallery, 2002).

Diana Burgess Fuller, Parallels and Intersections (Berkeley, CA, U.C. Berkeley Press, 2002).

Stephen Wilson, Information Arts, (Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press, 2002).

Kimberly Davenport, One saw; the other saw. (Houston, TX: Rice University Art Gallery, 2001).

City of Los Angeles Individual Artist Fellowship Award (Los Angeles: 2001).

Stephen Nowlin, Twenty Years, (Pasadena, CA: Art Center College of Design, 2001).

Melinda Barlow, A Room Adrift (Washington, DC: The Corcoran Gallery of Art, on-line catalog, 2001).

Lynn Zelevansky, Made in California: NOW (Los Angeles: County Museum of Art, 2001).

Peter Lunenfeld, Stiffs (Pasadena, CA: Williamson Gallery, Art Center College of Design, 2000).

Peter Lunenfeld, Snap to Grid (Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, 2000).

Bruce W. Ferguson and Louis Grachos, POSTMARK (Santa Fe: SITE, 1999,).

Dave Hickey and David Pagel, Artpix, CDROM/Art Journal (Houston: Prop Foundation, 1999).

Anne Morgan Spalter, The Computer in the Visual Arts, (Reading, MS, 1999).

Carole Ann Klonarides, Public Works, (Santa Monica: Santa Monica Museum of Art, 1998).

Dave Hickey, Ultra Lounge, (Houston: Diverseworks Artspace April 30 - June 20, 1998).

New Langton Arts: 1991-1997, (San Francisco: New Langton Arts, 1998).

Roxana Marcoci, Diana Murphy, Eve Sinaiko, New Art (New York: Abrams 1997).

Lars Nittve and Helle Crenzien, Sunshine & Noir, (Humlebaek, Denmark: Museum of Modern Art, 1997).

Bonami, Francesco, TRUCE, catalog (Santa: SITE Santa Fe, July 18 - October 12, 1997).

Thomas Büesch, 47th Biennale of Venice, Club Media, (Venice, Italy: June 1997) www.clubmedia.de

David Pagel, Spot Making Sense, exhibition catalog (Kansas City, Missouri: Grand Arts, 1997).

Catherine Owens, U2 POP, tour program (Dublin, Ireland: Principle Management, April, 1997).

Brian Karl, True. Bliss. exhibition catalog (Hollywood, CA, 1996).

Rosanne Altstatt and Catrin Backhaus, Videonale 7, (Bonn, Germany: Bonn Kunstverein 1996).

Lorelai Stewart, Glow, New Langton Arts, exhibition catalog (San Francisco: 1996).

Museum of Contemporary Art, website permanent collection (Los Angeles: 1996) http://moca.org/

Jane Hart, A Scattering Matrix (Santa Monica, CA: Richard Heller Gallery, 1996).

JoAnn Hanley, Unofficial Realities, catalog, (Manhattan Beach, CA, 1995).

Stephen Nowlin, Erkki Huhtamo, Digital Mediations (Pasadena, CA: Art Center College of Design, 1995).

Marilu Knode, Inney, catalog, (Huntington Beach, CA: Huntington Beach Art Center, 1995).

Edward Leffingwell, LAX/94, catalog (Los Angeles: November 16, 1994 - January 8, 1995).

Lucinda Barnes, New Voices 1994, (Oberlin: Allen Memorial Art Museum, 1994).

Noel Korten, Michael Darling, Current Abstractions (Los Angeles: The Municipal Art Gallery, 1994).

Marcia Tucker, Marcia Tanner, Linda Goode Bryant, Bad Girls/Bad Girls West, catalog,

(New York: The New Museum of Contemporary Art, UCLA Wight Art Gallery, 1994).

Noriko Gamblin Carole Ann Klonarides, Sugar 'n Spice, (Long Beach, CA: LB Museum of Art, 1993).

Georgie Wise, Summer Lightning, catalog, (London: Wise Taylor Partnership, June 9, 1992).

P.OEM PC Book, CDROM (Boston: Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Inc., 1991).


 

Magazine Covers

Leonie Xin Chao-Fong, Diaspore A solo Exhibition by Jennifer Steinkamp, A.M. post, (HongKong: March, 2014), Cover Story, pp 34-35.

ARTnews, Eye Catching (New York, NY: volume 106, number 6, Summer, 2007).

Gendy Alimurung, The Garden in Her Machine, LA Times, West (Los Angeles, CA: 1/28/7).

Vertiges, Un Printemps de Septembre a faire tourner la tete… Cultures Toulouse (Toulouse, France: 9/2005).

David Pagel, At Home on the Rainbow: Art Issues (Los Angeles: Summer 1999).

Robin Baldwin, About the Cover, IEEE Computer Graphics & Applications, (March/April, 1998).

Richard Smith, 'True Bliss.' at LACE, Artweek, cover story (San Jose, CA: Feb. 1997).

Devorah Knaff, Partisans, Artweek (San Jose, CA: June 9, 1994, Vol. 25, No. 11).

Jan Tumlir, Processes and Properties, Artweek (San Jose, CA: March 24, 1994).


 

Articles

Patricia Lam, The Urgency of Confabulation, Artpremium (Paris, France: Spring, 2017) pp. 56 - 61
Grace Kook-Anderson, Interview With Blake Byrne, portlandart.net (Portland, Oregon: December 9, 2016).
Bruce Helander,
Open This End: Contemporary Art from the Blake Byrne Colection, Huffington Post (New York, New York: December 4, 2016).
Jane Wooldridge, 'Transformative gift' creates a new girls' club at Fort Lauderdale art museum, Miami Herald (Miami, Florida: August 17, 2016) on-line
Mayer Rus, Ginevra Caltagirone's Manhattan Apartment Gets a Makeover by Count Manfredi della Gherardesca, architecturaldigest(NY: July 6, 2016) on-line
Hannah Ghorashi, Michael Goodson Named Senior Curator At Wexner Center for the Arts, Artnews.com (New York: June 1, 2016) on-line
Botanic blooms capture Times Square Midnight Moments, examiner.com (New York: May 3, 2016). On-line interview
Maximilíano Durón, Rhizome's 2016 Seven on Seven Lineup Includes Hito Steyerl, Trisha Baga, Miranda July. Artnews (New York: April 11, 2016). On-line
Rain Embuscado, Women Are Taking Over This Year's 'Seven on Seven' Conference, Artnet (New York, New York: April 12, 2016). On-line
Rhizome Announces 2016 Seven on Seven Collaborators, artforum.com (New York, New York: April 12, 2016.) on-line
Kat Herrimn, A Brief History of Women in Video Art, artsy.net (New York, New York: January 13, 2016). On-line

John O'Brien, Shape Shifting Alternative Spaces of Times Past, Artillery Magazine (Los Angeles, CA: July/August 2015) pg. 8, 42-43.

Mike Fricano, She breaks through boundaries of art to create high-tech visual poetry, UCLA Newsroom (Los Angeles, California: September 11, 2014) on-line.

Laura Landro, More Hospitals Use the Healing Powers of Public Art, Wall Street Journal (New York, NY: August 18, 2014) On-line.

Jennifer Steinkamp wins Americans for the Arts award for 'Murmuration' UCLA Newsroom (Los Angeles, California: August 11, 2014) on-line.

Mike Boehm, Public art projects in Long Beach, Willowbrook win national award, Los Angeles Time (Los Angeles, Califonria: July 15, 2014).

Deborah Vankin, Abstract Frank Stella sculpture 'Adjoeman' joins Cedars-Sinai artworks, LA Times (Los Angeles, California: July 7, 2014.

Mark A Dodge Medlin, Glowing Work of Art Blooms in Underpass, The Bridge (Cedars-Sinai, Los Angeles, California: June 18, 2014.)

Michael Slenske, Jennifer Steinkamp's Latest Video Installations at Lehmann Maupin Hong Kong,  architecturaldigest.com (New York: February 24, 2014).

Catherine Shaw, Tumbleweed Moment, 48 Hours: South China Morning Post, (Hong Kong: February 13, 2014). pg 11

Lauren Santo Domingo, APT with LSD: Brett Heyman's Upper East Side Apartment, vogue.com (New York: February 5, 2014).

Johanna Drucker, Shut Up and Listen to Artists! Lareviewofbooks.org (Los Angeles: September 5, 2013).

Catherine Mason, Fake Nature, bcs.org (April, 2013).

Jennifer Steinkamp, exhibition-ism.com (December 27, 2012).

Weatherspoon Art Museum 70 Years of Collecting (University of North Carolina 2011).

Loic Hostetter, Definition-defying creations, Daily Bruin (Los Angeles, CA: September 18, 2011) pp. 14 and 18

Eric Konigsberg, AD Innovators, Architectural Digest (New York: September 2011) pp. 68-77

Annapurna Kumar, Intricacy, Organic Form, and Perception Games: Jennifer Steinkamp's 3D Animations, createdigitalmotion.com (New York: September 9, 2011).

Bruce Helander, Artists to Watch, The Art Economist, Vol. 1, Issue 5 (West Palm Beach, FL: 2011) pg 65.

Christina Binkley, How Video Art Inspired a Runway Sensation, The Wall Street Journal (New York January 20, 2011) D7

Koto Bolofo, Marie Claire (Milan, Italy November 2010) pp. 322-323

Amanda Gordon, Branching into Couture, ARTnews (New York: Vol 109 Number 4, April 2010) p. 32

Suzanne Muchnic, Good money in bad times for L.A. artists, LA Times Calendar on-line (July 2, 2009).

Suzanne Muchnic, 14 visual artists get fellowships, LA Times Calendar (July 2, 2009) p. D2

Gail Swanlund, Jennifer Steinkamp, artillery (Los Angeles, CA:  Vol 3 Issue 6, July/August 2009) pp. 24-25.

Dave Hickey, Revision Number Nine: Idiot, Art in America, (New York, NY: June/July 2009) pp. 49-50.

Leila Mustafa, Jennifer and the Dervish!! Al Shabab (Cairo, Egypt: March 2009) pg 146.

Atta Abdel Aal, An American Uses Art to Reject Bush's Policy, Nosf El Donya Magazine (Cairo: Jan 25, 2009)

Cathryn Drake, Fire in Cairo, ARTForum.com (New York: January 1, 2009)

Osama Abdel Latif, A Sufi Invited Me to Cairo, Al Akhbar Al Negoum (Cairo: Jan 1, 2009)

David F. Ashton, Interactive art exhibit swings into OMSI, East PDX News (Portland, Oregon: December 26, 2008).

Alex Hawgood, The Insider | Jennifer Steinkamp, New YorkTimes.com (New York: Sept. 3, 2008).

C.E.B. Reas, Media + Architecture, Cluster (Torino, Italy: 2008, NO. 7).

Bruce Adams, Groovy-and accessible-art at the Knox, Buffalo Spree Magazine (Buffalo, NY: June 2008).

Sharon Mizota, Jennifer Steinkamp: Views Through Space and Time, Art Ltd (Los Angeles, CA: May 2008).

Nils Ohlsen, Garten Eden: Der Garten in der Kunst seit 1900, (Unknown Publication: March, 2008).

Susan Muchnic, Rewind and play, Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles, CA:  March 16, 2008).

Holly Myers, Playing With the Camera, LA Weekly (LA, CA:  March 14-20, 2008).

Jennifer Steinkamp, Gravity's Rainbow, New York Times Style Magazine (New York: Dec. 1, 2007).

Dan Cameron, Famous in 2112?, ARTnews (New York: Nov. 2007).

Alix Browne, The Exhibitionists, New York Times Style Magazine (New York: Fall 2007).

Ines Chang, Humanity, Artist Profile (Taipei, Taiwan: May 2007).

Jessica Kedward-Sanchez, Screen Test, First Draft (Los Angeles, CA:  Fall 2007, No. 6).

Suzanne Muchnic, Buying Art A La Carte, Los Angeles Times, (Los Angeles: April 22, 2007).

Marianne Rohrlich, What the Designers Brought to the Table, NY Times, (New York: March 8, 2007).

Christopher Miles, Brightness Falls, Art in America (New York: March 2007).

Jennifer Steinkamp, Liz Taylor Roses, Interview Magazine (New York: February 2007).

Stephanie Cash, The Hills Are Alive, Art in America (New York: February 2007).

Silke Deffur, SPACE-LIGHT-MOVEMENT, 3lux:letters (Leinfelden Echterdingen, Germany: January 2007).

Modern Art Magazine, No. 128 (Taipei, Taiwan: Oct. 2006).

Holly Myers, Musical Vision, LA Weekly (Los Angeles, California: July 7-13, 2006).

Lucy Martin, ZeroOne San Jose: Art on the Edge, Lifescapes (Woodland Hills, CA: July 2006).

Erin Clark, Electrifying Art, Artworks (Carmel, California: Summer, 2006).

Yasi Bilbeisi, Frieze Art Fair, Skin (Dubai, United Arab Emirates:  Issue 0, March 2006).

Modern Art's Three Hot Trends, Domino Magazine (New York: March 2006).

David Pagel, Called to arms, arts, Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles: January 22, 2006).

Holly Myers, State of the Art '05, A Field Guide from Atken to Zittel, LA Weekly (LA: Oct. 28-Nov. 3, 2005).

Gege Marogna, Video Pittura, Casamica (Milano, Italy: October, 2005).

Monica Corcoran, BOîTE; Living by the Rules, New York Times (New York: June 12, 2005).

Suzanne Muchnic, Art on the Move, Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles: April 24, 2005).

Christopher Knight, What color is music? LA Times (Los Angeles: February 27, 2005).

Scott Timberg, Tangling with technology? It's an art, Los Angeles, Time (Los Angeles: Dec. 19, 2004).

Michelle Falkenstein, Making the Trees Dance, ArtNews (New York: June 2004).

Daniel Canogar, Illuminating Public Space, Public Art Review (St. Paul, MN: Spring, Summer 2004).

Eleanor Heartney, Mending the Breach, Art in America (New York: December 2003).

Micaela Giovannotti, Poetic Justice, tema celeste (Milan: Oct. 2003).

June Holloway, Science Seen, The Scientist (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: June 30, 2003).

M.G. Lord, A City Where Locals Are Welcome, New York Times (New York: April 23, 2003).

Margaret Wertheim, When Art Meets Science, LA Weekly (Los Angeles: April 11-17, 2003).

Suzanne Muchnic, Avant Science, Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles: Feb. 16, 2003).

Holly Willis, Digital Habitat, RES Magazine (New York: Vol. 6, No. 1, January/February, 2003).

Peter Frank, POW! ART, frontdesk (Los Angeles: December 1 – January 10, 2003).

Suzanne Muchnic, With all its hang-ups, the gallery scene thrives, LA Times (Los Angeles: Nov. 24, 2002).

Ines Cho, International Herald Tribune, (2002).

James Culham, Cross-border cowboys, Azure (Toronto: Sept./Oct., 2002).

Nathan Shapira, Jennifer Steinkamp Esperimenti Multimediali, Ottagono (Bologna, Italy: Feb. 2002).

Collette A. Chattopadhyay, Directions in Installation Art, Sculpture (Hamilton, NJ: April 2002).

Dave Delcambre, Jennifer Steinkamp at SITE Santa Fe's Beau Monde Biennial,

http://www.postmedia.net/01/steinkamp.htm

Charlie Finch, My Own Private Biennial, artnet.com (New York: January 28, 2001) www.artnet.com/

Dave Hickey, Little Victories, frieze10, (London: December, 2001).

Brian Lavery, In Belfast, a Merger of Science and Art, The New York Times (NY: May 20, 2001).

Suzanne Muchnic, City-Sponsored Freedom, Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles: May 20, 2001).

Jan Tumlir, Baldessari's Urn, art/text (Paddington, Australia: November–January 2001).

Holly Willis, Jennifer Steinkamp, make (London: September - November 2000).

Holly Willis, Unreal World, RES Magazine (New York: Vol. 3 No. 4, 2000).

Susan Freudenheim, Like Kids in an Eye Candy Store, LA Times (Los Angeles: Sept. 7, 2000).

Peter Lunenfeld, The poetics of Triangulation, www.rhizome.org (New York: February 11, 2000).

Holly Willis, Short Form: The Rearranged World of J. Steinkamp, ifilm.com, (San Francisco: Feb. 2000).

David Hickey, Best of the `90s: 10 Top Tens, Artforum (New York: December, 1999).

David Moos, According to What, Art Papers Magazine (Atlanta, Georgia: May/June, 1999).

Alison Gingeras, l'historiographi en question, artpress (Paris, france: May, 1999).

David Pagel, At Home on the Rainbow, Art Issues (Los Angeles: Summer 1999).

Bill Jones, You Say You Want a Revolution, ArtByte (New York: April - May, 1998).

Dave Hickey, Top Ten x 12, The Year in Review, Artforum (New York: December, 1997).

Peter Lunenfeld, Jennifer Steinkamp/ Light in Space, art/text, (Paddington, Australia: Aug.-Oct. 1997).

Christopher Knight, Look Out, World, Here They Come!, LA Times (Los Angeles: March 30, 1997).

Peter Lunenfeld, Technofornia, Flash Art (Milan, Italy: March, 1996).

Hunter Drohojowska-Philp, Awash in a Dance of Colors, LA Times (Los Angeles: Nov. 19, 1995).

Susan Kandel, Q & A Jeffrey Slonim's Whitney Watch, ArtForum (New York: March, 1995).

Suzanne Muchnic, Bliss, FOOD HOUSE, and Hello Artichoke, ARTnews (New York: May 1994).

Jerry Saltz, L.A. Rising, Art & Auction (New York: April, 1994, Volume XVI; Number 9).

 

 

Reviews

no author, Datebook: Narciso Rodrigues at Frost Art Museum, Miami, Blouinartinfo.com (New York, New York: October 4, 2016) on-line.
no author, Exhibition - Jennifer Steinkamp: Selections From The Botanic Series, AmericanTowns.com (San Antonio, Texas: October 4, 2016) on-line
Genevieve Scarano, Narciso Rodriguez Exhibition to Debut at Miami's Art Basel Week, Sourcing Journal (New York, New York: October 3, 2016) on-line
no author, Fashion and Art Collide Like Never Before, abnnews.com (São Paulo, Brazil: September 30, 2016) on-line
no author, Best Things to Do in Broward and Palm Beach This Week, New Times (Palm Beach, Florida: August 31, 2016) on-line
Ezrha Jean Black, Pick of the Week: Passage, Artillery (Los Angeles, California: August 24, 2016) on-line
no author, NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale Receives Promised Gift of 100 Works, ArtForum (New York, NY: August 18, 2016) on-line
no author, 12 colorful spots around town to take your next Instagram photograph, sactown magazine (Sacramento, California: August 18, 2016) on-line
MAK Center Director Leaves for University Art Museum at Cal State Long Beach, artforum.com (New York, NY: May 23, 2016) on-line
Anne Marie Burke, NYC's Times Square blossoms at midnight with artist's botanicals, newsroom.ucla.edu (Los Angeles, CA: May 23, 2016) on-line
Katheryn Thayer, What Happens When Artists And Technologists Work Together: Inside The Seven On Seven Conference, Forbes.com (New York, NY: May 20, 2016) on-line
Dylan Kerr, Only Connect: 7 Visions of the Future From the New Museum's Seven on Seven Conference, ArtSpace.com (New York: May 19, 2016) on-line
Jennifer Noémie, A Sea of Flowers Floats Through Times Square, The Creator's Project (New York: May 4, 2016). On-line
Lori Zimmer, Times Square Gets a Botanical Makeover for May's #Midnightmoment, Art-nerd.com (New York: May 2, 2016). On-line
Andrea Kszystyniak, Art Notes: Take time with Slow Art Day, Omaha.com (Omaha, Nebraska: April 7, 2016). On-line
Tiara Brown, Locals Debut Million-Dollar Art Collections at Baker Museum, Naples Herold (Naples, Florida: February 27, 2016). On-line
Katherine Luppi, Let confusion reign, Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles, California: September 5, 2014). on-line

Eugene Lee, [Art] -Video Installation, KyungHyang News (Seoul, South Korea: June 2014).

Koh, Mi Seok, DongA Ilbo (Seoul, South Korea: May 13, 2014) A22.

Yeong-Ran Lee, Herald (Seoul, South Korea: May 7, 2014).

Y.R.Lee, Herald Economy (Seoul, South Korea: May 7, 2014) p. 26

Hana Jjang, Yonhap News (Seoul, South Korea: May 4, 2014).

Lam Hei-Ngai, Ming Pao (HongKong: March 28, 2014), D7.

Co-Yang Hung, Ming Pao Weekly, (HongKong: March 1, 2014), pp. 22-23.

Benjamin Sutton, Jennifer Steinkamp's Digital Tumbleweeds Roll into Hong Kong, Artnet.com (New York: February 20, 2014).

Ivy Kim, Jennifer Steinkamp: The Growth and Decay of Flowers within 30 Seconds, The Sun - "Good" Supplement (Hong Kong: February 19, 2014) pg E18.

Ella Cheung, Installations can change the space, Hong Kong Economic Journal (Hong Kong: February 19, 2014) pg C1.

Joyce Tsang, Lehmann Maupin Presents Jennifer Steinkamp's Large-Scale 3-D Animations, Wcity (Hong Kong: February 14, 2014).

Cheng Ye, Steinkamp, American artist shows digital projection works, Ta Kung Pao (Hong Hong: February 14, 2014) pg. A23.

Chad Merda, Top Photos and videos of the day: Wednesday Feb. 12, 2014, Chicago Sun-Times (Chicago: February 12, 2014).

Jennifer Steinkamp, Sina (Hong Kong: January 24, 2014).

Lissa Robinson, Rewilding Modernity, gallerieswest.ca (Calgary, Alberta, Canada: December 3, 2013).

Jennifer Steinkamp, Joanne Greenbaum at greengrassi, Contemporary Art Daily (February 26, 2013).

Skye Sherwin and Robert Clark, This Week's Art in Pictures, The Guardian (London: January 10, 2013) p. 35

Edward J. Sozanski, Thinking big at Fabric Workshop, The Inquirer (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: April 1, 2012) p. H9.

Sharon Mizota, Mind Games twist and turn, Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles, California: February 24, 2012) p. D18.

David A.M. Goldberg, Consulting a medium, Star-Advertiser (Honolulu, Hawaii: January 1, 2012).

Doug MacCash, Prospect.2 artist plants a magical tree at NOMA, The Times-Picayune (New Orleans: Oct. 28, 2011).

Max Karnig, Engaging Installations by Jennifer Steinkamp, Juxtapoz (San Francisco, California: October 11, 2011).

MaLin Wilson-Powell, Light and Sound, Santa Fe/North, ABQ Journal (Santa Fe, NM: July 22, 2011) pp. S6 and S8

Colin Darkowski, 'Videoshere' is art in motion at Albright-Knox, Buffalownews.com (Buffalo, New York: July 24, 2011).

Drew Snyder, Echoes of Atomic Wind, afterimage, Vol. 38, No. 5 (Rochester, NY: March/April 2011) pg.30.

Craig Stephens, Video Art: A Renewed Channel of Artistic Expression, Artweek.LA (Los Angeles, CA: March 14, 2011).

James Chute, Beautiful Complexity, The San Diego Union Tribune (San Diego, CA: March 6, 2011) E8.

Karla Peterson, Museums a Super Alternative, San Diego Union-Tribune (San Diego: February 7, 2011) B6.

Shana Nys Dambrot, Jennifer Steinkamp: Contemporary Arts Madame Curie (Flavorwire.com: New York, NY).

Carolyn Meers, The Fast Lane! Angeleno (Los Angeles, CA: February 2011) p. 27

Susan DeMaggio, Three Artists Bring You 'Outside the Box' With New Show, La Jolla Light (La Jolla: 1/20/11).

Michael Wilson, Jennifer Steinkamp, TimeOut (New York: September 27, 2010).

Mary Abbe, Something Bold, Something New, Star Tribune (Minneapolis: September 22, 2010) A1, A8

Matthew Zuras, Digital Artist, Talks Animation and Abstraction, Switched.com (New York: 9/11/10).

Elizabeth Weiner, Steinkamp @ The W, Whitewall (New York: September 10, 2010).

Alexandria Symonds, The Tonchi Wears Prada (Duh!) to Steinkamp Bash, observer.com (New York: 9/9/10).

David X. Prutting, About Last Night, Vogue.com (New York: September 9, 2010).

Leila Brillson, From the Chaos of Fashion Week: The W Hotel, Interview (New York: September 7, 2010).

Ellen Egemose, Dobbelt skrue pa naturen, kunst (Odense, Denmark: July 15, 2010).

Marianne Koch, Vilde planter i kunsthal, kunst (Odense, Denmark: July 15, 2010).

Henrik Wivel, Tilnaermelser, weekendavisen (Odense, Denmark: July 2, 2010) pg. 3

Maria Desiree Holm Jacobsen, Wild Things er ude af kontrol, Kunsten.nu (Odense, Denmark: July , 2010).

Unknown, Public Art, (Seoul, South Korea:  July 2010, Vol. 046)  p.183

No Author, Nature Created by Light, Public Art (Seoul, South Korea:  June 2010 Vol. 045) p.155.

Christopher Hawthorne, Urban Equation, Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles, CA: February 29, 2010) pp. D1, D12.

Christopher Bedford, Jennifer Steinkamp, Artforum (New York, NY. February 2010) pp. 210-211

Elizah Leigh, Avatar Inspires Haute Couture Summer Season, Ecorazzi (Miami: February 1, 2010).

Hamish Bowles, Kate Moss, Isadora Duncan And Down Mexico Way, Vogue Daily (New York: January 28, 2010).

Staff, Lust auf Couture am Ende der Pariser Schauen, WZ newsline (Germany: January 28, 2010).

Dolly Jones, Show Report, Vogue.com (UK: January 27, 2010).

WWD Staff, Valentino Couture Spring 2010, WWD.com (New York: January 27, 2010).

Godfrey Deeny, Valentino's Eco Modernism, FWD (Paris: January 28, 2010).

David Pagel, Lost in the lights, Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles: October 23, 2009) p. D14.

Brynn Mannino, 9 Luminescent Artworks Projected, Woman's Day (New York: October 15, 2009).

Sandra Okamoto, Happy Medium, Columbus Ledger-Enquirer (Columbus, GA : April 9, 2009).

Leila Mustafa, Jennifer and the Dervish!! Al Shabab (Cairo, Egypt: March 2009) pg. 146.

no author, Al Ahram newspaper (Cairo, Egypt: January 29, 2009)

Atta Abdel Aal, An American Uses Art to Reject Bush's Policy, Nosf El Donya Magazine (Cairo, Egypt: January 25, 2009).

Salah Al Bitar, Stars in the 11th Cairo Biennale, Hawa (Cairo, Egypt: January 3, 2009)

Rania Khalil, Jennifer Steinkamp's Serene Dancing Trees, Daily News Egypt (Cairo, Egypt: Dec. 25, 2008).

David F. Ashton, Interactive art exhibit swings into OMSI, East PDX News (Portland, Oregon: December 26, 2008).

Merrily Kerr, Jennifer Steinkamp "Daisy Bell and Left Clavicle", TimeOut (New York:  Oct 23-29, 2008)

Sarah Douglas, Making Noise, Art+Auction (New York: September, 2008).

Sarah Douglas, Professional Feel, artinfo.com (New York: Sept. 22, 2008).

Ben Davis, The China Price, artnet.com (New York: September 19, 2008).

Peter Frank, The "IT" Parade, LA Weekly (Los Angeles, CA: June 27-July 9, 2008).

Paul Young, UNTITLED, LA Times The Guide (Los Angeles, CA: June 19, 2008).

Paul Young, UNTITLED, LA Times -The Guide (Los Angeles, CA: June 12, 2008).

Christopher Knight, Digital flowers are no less beautiful, LA Times (Los Angeles, CA: June 12, 2008).

Ed Schad, Video Flow, ARTslant (New York: June 8, 2008).

Christopher Knight, Tale of the Tape, Los Angeles Times, (LA: March 18, 2008).

Adriana Grant, Falling Silk, Seattle Weekly (Seattle, WA: March 5, 2008).

Heiner Schröder, Der bunte Garten Eden rritiert und faziniert, Unknown German Newspaper

Barbara Schwarz, Garten Eden, Wilhelmshavener Zeitung (Wilhelmshavener, Niedersachsen, Germany: 2008)

Stefan Luddemann, Im Blumenbeet der Kunst, Ostfriesische Nachrichten (Aurich, Germany: Jan 8, 2008)

Susanne Kreitz, Vom Dschungel ins Paradies, aus der Natur ins Labor, Kolner Stadt-Anzeiger (Koln: 1/4/8)

Kenneth Baker, Light beams yield subliminal emotional power, San Francisco Chronicle (San Francisco: August 5, 2007).

David Littlejohn, It Works Despite Libeskind's Best Efforts, The Wall Street Journal (Chicopee, MA: 2/15/7).

Suzanne Hudson, Reviews, Artforum (New York: January 2007).

David J. Hurfurt, Searching For Spirituality In Modern Life, Taiwan News (Taipei, Taiwan: Nov. 3, 2006).

Laura Allsop, Chromophilia: Jennifer Steinkamp, ArtReview (New York: Nov. 2006).

JoAnne Hou, Exhibit Mixes Disciplines, Uses Technology, Daily Bruin, (Los Angeles, CA: UCLA Oct. 12, 2006).

Christopher Knight, Tilted Funhouse Isn't So Fun Inside, Los Angeles Times, (LA: Sept. 30, 2006).

Castro Florez, F., Lo que el viento aun no se ha llevado, ABC D las Artes, (Madrid, Spain: August 4, 2006).

de la Vina, Mark, Artwork on the edge, San Francisco Chronicle (San Francisco, CA: Aug. 1, 2006).

Hotspots: San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose Mercury News (San Jose, CA: July. 23, 2006).

Jeane Claire Van Ryzin, Creativity Abounds, XLENT (Austin, Texas: June 15, 2006).

Elena Vozmediano, Jennifer Steinkamp Graficos Animados, El Cultural, El Mundo (Madrid, Spain: June 4, 2006).

Maria Najera, Arte, naturalmente, Mira Magazine (Madrid, Spain: April 2006).

Leticia Martin, Jennifer Steinkamp, arboles y suenos, El punto de las Artes (Madrid, Spain: March 31, 2006).

No Author, Decelerate, DWELL (San Francisco, California: Feb/Mar 2006).

Ray Baker, Tick, Tick, The Pitch (Kansas City, MO: January 26 - February 1, 2006).

Alice Thorson, Deliberate Deceleration (Kansas City Star: January 8, 2006).

Jack Fischer, Looking Forward, San Jose Mercury News (San Jose, CA: Jan. 1, 2006) pC6

Rueben M. Baron and Joan Boykoff, Extreme Abstraction, Artcritical.com (New York: Sept. 25, 2005).

Terry R. Meyers, Jennifer Steinkamp: Rapunzel, Modern Painters (London: September, 2005).

Thomas de Monchaux, Westside Peers, Artforum (New York: August 1, 2005). http://www.artforum.com/diary/

Cynnie Gaasch, Juicy Cool, Artvoice (Buffalo, New York: July 21-27, 2005).

Dan Tranberg, Landscape, The Plain Dealer (Cleveland, Ohio: June 27, 2005).

Richard Huntington, To the Extreme, The Buffalo News (Buffalo, New York: July 15-22, 2005).

Eve Wood, Magic Garden, artnet.com (New York: July 14, 2005).

Michael Kimmelman, With Music for the Eye and Colors for the Ear, New York Times (New York: July 1, 2005)

Paula Harper, Dreamy Show Taps Cutting-Edge, The Miami Herald (Miami, Florida: Oct. 3, 2004).

Carlos M. Luis, In Situ': Instalaciones en el MoCA, el Nuevo Herald (Miami, Florida: Oct. 3, 2004).

Melanie Klesse, MOCA's Artwork is BIGGER… The Miami Hurricane (Miami, Florida: Sept. 30, 2004).

Leah Ollman, Fine Art to be Seen Everyday, Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles: August 13, 2004).

Michael Wilson, Jennifer Steinkamp, Frieze (London: April 2004).

Lilly Wei, Jennifer Steinkamp, Art News (New York: April, 2004).

Johnson, Art Listings, The New York Times (New York: January 23, 2004).

Peter Schjeldahl, Jennifer Steinkamp, The New Yorker (New York: January 26, 2004).

Unknown, Trunk Show, The New Yorker (New York: January 19, 2004).

Norman Kleeblatt, Instanbul Biennial, ARTnews (New York: December, 2003).

Simona Nastac, Bienala de Arta de la Istanbul, Observator Cultural (Bucharest, Romania: Oct. 7, 2003).

Becky Oskin, Art, science form close bond, Pasadena Star New-News (Pasadena: June 2, 2003).

Christopher Miles, Jennifer Steinkamp, Artforum (New York: February, 2003).

David Pagel, A quiet riot, in a hothouse setting, Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles: Dec. 20, 2002).

Holly Willis, Jimmy Carter, Both Sides Now (Los Angeles, CA: December 13-19. 2002).

Dan R. Goddard, Curator sees the light of our times, Express-News (San Antonio: Aug. 25, 2002).

Arend Zwartjes, Glow, Artlies, (Houston, Texas: Fall, 2002).

Kate Bonansinga, Beau Monde, Sculpture (Hamilton, New Jersy: Jan./Feb., 2002).

Charles Dee Mitchell, Making the Case for Pleasure, Art in America (New York: Nov., 2001).

Dottie Indyke, Beau Monde, ArtNews (New York: November, 2001).

Debora Rindge, Reviews Southwest, Art Papers, (Atlanta, Georgia: November-Dec., 2001).

Jennie Klein, It's a Beautiful Morning, New Art Examiner (Chicago: November–Dec., 2001).

Clayton Campbell, Beau Monde, Flash Art (Milan: October 2001).

Michael Duncan, Beau Monde, Artforum (New York: October 2001).

Jed Perl, South by Southwest, The New Republic (Washington, DC: September 24, 2001).

John Elderfield, Beautiful, Modern Painters (London: Autumn 2001).

Susan Harris, Beau Monde, tema celeste (Milan: Sept./Oct. 2001).

Peter Schjeldahl, Desert Songs, The New Yorker (New York: August 13, 2001).

Hollis Walker, A Biennial for a 'Beau Monde,' The Wall Street Journal (Chicopee: July 24, 2001).

Blake Gopnik, A Declaration of Resplendence, The Washington Post (WA DC: July 22, 2001).

Hunter Drohojowska-Philp, It's a Beautiful World, artnet.com (New York: July 17, 2001)

www.artnet.com/magazine\features\drohojowska-philp\drohojowska-philp7-16-01.asp

Christopher Knight, A World of Pleasures, Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles: July 17, 2001).

Doug Harvey, Get Pretty, LA Weekly (Los Angeles: July 13-19, 2001).

Hunter Drohojowska-Philip, Taking a Critic at His Word, LA Times (Los Angeles: July 8, 2001).

Christopher Miles, What's the Frequency Dave? Flaunt Magazine (Los Angeles: July 2001).

Sarah Douglas, The Layman's Biennial, The Art Newspaper (London: July-August 2001).

Hollis Walker, Art World Sets its Sights on Santa Fe Biennial, Art & Auction (New York: 2001).

Holly Myers, City, Too, Benefits From Grants, Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles: June 7, 2001).

Brian Lavery, Travel Advisory, New York Times (New York: May 20, 2001) http://college2.nytimes.com

Charles Giuliano, Media/Metaphor, New York Arts (New York: April 2001).

SITE Santa Fe, tema celeste (Milan: March-April. 2001).

David Ebony, Santa Fe Biennial Revs Up, Art in America Magazine (New York: March 2001).

James Scarborough, Jennifer Steinkamp Jimmy Johnson, art/text (Paddington: Feb./April 2001).

Michael O'Sullivan, The Corcoran's Energy Surge, The Washington Post (WA, DC: Dec. 15, 2000).

Joanna Shaw-Eagle, Corcoran exhibit varied metaphor, The Washington Times (WA, DC: Dec. 9, 2000).

Jo Ann Lewis, At the Corcoran, Painting Takes a Belated--and Welcome--Back Seat to

New Media, The Washington Post (Washington, DC: December 10, 2000).

Christopher Knight, Confronting Perception, Memory and Imagination, LA Times (LA: Oct. 27, 2000).

Christopher Knight, Happily, LACMA Lab Leaves Much to the Imagination, LA Times (LA: Sept. 15, 2000).

Doug Harvey, If Not Now, Wha,'? LA Weekly (Los Angeles: September 15-21, 2000).

David Pagel, Art Review, Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles: March 10, 2000).

Continuing and Recommended Exhibitions, artscene, (Los Angeles: 2000).

Doug Harvey, Futurama, Post-Millennial deja vu, LA Weekly (Los Angeles: April 9-15, 1999).

Sue Hubbard, Jennifer Steinkamp and Jimmy Johnson, Time Out (London: Feb. 3-10, 1999).

Michael Odom, Ultralounge, Artforum (New York: November, 1998).

David Pagel, Art Review, Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles: April 24, 1998).

Karl Erickson, Jennifer Steinkamp Ten in One Gallery, New Art Examiner (Chicago: May 1997).

Marilu Knode, A Scattering Matrix, zingmagazine, (New York: Number 4, 1997).

Richard Smith, 'True Bliss.' at LACE, Artweek, cover story (San Jose, CA: Feb. 1997).

Christopher Knight, Can Artists Run Their Own Spaces and Find 'True.BLISS.'?, LA Times (LA: 12/27/96).

Caren Furbeyre, Jennifer Steinkamp, Zing Magazine (New York:Winter/Spring 1996).

John Rapko, 'Glow' at New Langton, Artweek (San Jose, CA: July, 1996).

Virginia Rutledge, Jennifer Steinkamp at ACME., Art in America (New York: March, 1996).

David A. Greene, Jennifer Steinkamp, Frieze (London: March 1996).

David Pagel, High-Tech Abstractions, Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles: December 7, 1995).

Christopher Knight, An Old Tradition in Art is Revived, LA Times (Los Angeles: Sept. 2, 95).

Roberta Smith, Art in Review, New York Times (New York: May 19, 1995).

Ann Wiens, Heaven Back Seat, The New Art Examiner (Chicago: Summer, 1995).

Miles Beller, O Brave New Digital World!, Artweek (San Jose, CA: February, 1995).

Susan Kandel, Bravura Highlights 'LAX/94' at LACE, LA Times (Los Angeles: Dec. 22, 1994).

Douglas Utter, New Voices, The New Art Examiner (Chicago: November, 1994, v.22, n. 3).

Susan Kandel, Current Abstractions, Art Issues (Los Angeles: May/June 1994, Number 33).

Devorah Knaff, Partisans, Artweek (San Jose, CA: June 9, 1994).

Christopher Knight, A Show Beyond Pictures, Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles: April 23, 1994).

Jan Tumlir, Processes and Properties, Artweek (San Jose, CA: March 24, 1994).

David A. Greene, Virtual Reality, Los Angeles Reader (Los Angeles: March 24, 1994).

David Pagel, Back to the Future of Abstract Painting, LA Times (Los Angeles: July 8, 1993.

David Pagel, Smart and Sensuous, Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles: March 4, 1993).

Lynn MacRitche, Summer Lightning, Financial Times (London: August 6, 1992).

David Pagel, Poured Paintings, Arts Magazine, (New York: May, 1991), pg. 83.


 

Broadcasts

no author, Big Ears Festival announces 2017 line-up, WATE ABC (Knoxville, Tennessee: October 5, 2016) on-line and on-air
True Fiction, Bravo, Michael Urban ?????.
Hospitals Rethink What's on their Walls, WSJ Lunch Break, Wall Street Journal, August 18, 2014, noon, on-line.
D I A L O G U E Project
, UCLA Arts Centennial Campaign, Refik Anadol, Michael Govin, Jennifer Steinkamp interview, July 17, 2014, shot by Chris O'Leary.
Ivy Kwok, Jennifer Steinkamp 投影各縖ゥ然R,  Jennifer Steinkamp projects the nature on the wall, Oriental Daily News TV, Hong Kong, February 13, 2014.
Jennifer Steinkamp, Interviews by Brainard Carey from Yale Radio WYBC, December 18, 2013.

The Healing Arts, Bill Whitaker, CBSNews, May 6, 2012, 10:25 am.

Common Law, television series, season 1, episode 104, CBS, USA Networks, 2011.

Tyler Green, The MAN Podcast: Jennifer Steinkamp, The Modern Art Notes Podcast, December 1, 2011.

Edward Goldman, Hollywood: Art and Oscars, KCRW 89.9, Santa Monica, California, March 1, 2011.

Edward Goldman, The Beauty's Looking at You, Kid, Art Talk, KCRW 89.9, Santa Monica, CA, Nov. 3, 2009.

ABC News, Buffalo, New York, March 20, 2008.

NBC News, Los Angeles, California, March 14, 2008.

Public Affairs Hour with Blair Feulner and David D'Arcy, Sundance, live broadcast on KPCW, NPR, Park City, Utah, January 19, 9:15 AM.

In the Name of Art, television documentary, Taipei, Taiwan.

Denver Art Museum, NPR, October 5, 2006.

Jeffrey Brown, New Denver Art Museum Reflecting Rocky Mountains Opens, MacNeil Lehrer NewsHour, PBS, Oct. 5, 2006.

Ali – Il Virtuale, Rai Doc, Italian Television, Rome, Italy, December 2, 2005, 23:15 and December 3, 2005 12:15.

Jennifer Steinkamp, Oct. 2005 http://www.oc-tv.net/jennifer-steinkamp.htm

Edward Goldman, What Was Jennifer Steinkamp Smoking?, Art Talk, KCRW 89.9 June 7, 2005.

Glen Zucman, Strange Angels, KBeach, Long Beach, CA, March 27, 2003.

Laura Spencer, Arts Roundup, KVCR, Kansas, February 7, 2003. www.KVCR.org

CNN, April 21, 2001 story on the W5 at the Odyssey, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 2001

One Wall exhibit, Orange County Museum, Real Orange, KOCE TV, Huntington Beach, CA, 3/29/2001.

Media/Metaphor, National Public Radio, interview by Alex Van Oss. December 26, 2000.

Scifi Buzz, Scifi Channel, First aired April 19, 1996.

 

 

Fellowships and Awards

Honorary Doctorate, Art Center College of Deign, Pasadena, California, 2011.

J. Paul Getty Artist in Residence, Getty Artist program, Los Angeles, California, 2010-11.

California Community Foundation, J. Paul Getty Trust Fund, Los Angeles, CA, 2009

The Fund for U.S. Artists, The 11th Cairo International Biennale, Cairo, Egypt, 2008.

NEA Museum grant, University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie, 2006.

The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie, 2006.

The City of Savannah, Department of Cultural Affairs/Leisure Services Bureau, 2004.

Georgia Council for the Arts through appropriations from the Georgia General Assembly, 2004.

The Fund for U.S. Artists, 2003 Visual Art Projects, Istanbul Biennial, Istanbul, Turkey, 2003.

Aygaz, Special Project Support, Istanbul Biennial, Istanbul, Turkey, 2003.

2003 Provost's Award for Innovation in Teaching with Technology, University of California, Los Angeles, California.

National Science Foundation, through the Center for Neuromorphic Systems Engineering Caltech, 2003.

LEF Foundation Award, Support for a site specific work at the San Jose Museum of Art, 2002.

COLA, City of Los Angeles Individual Artist Fellowship Award. Los Angeles, CA, 2000-2001.

City of Las Vegas Arts Commission Grant, Fremont Street Experience, Las Vegas, Nevada, 2000.

Seattle Art Commission Grant, Seattle, Washington, 1999.

NEA Project grant, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA, 1998.

California Community Foundation, J. Paul Getty Trust Fund, Los Angeles, CA, 1998.

California Arts Council, Sacramento, CA, Santa Monica Museum of Art 1998.

NEA grant, Henry Art Gallery, The Art Museum of the University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 1997.

Art Center College of Design, Digital Media Research Grant, Pasadena, CA, 1997.

Getty Individual Grant, California Community Foundation, Los Angeles, CA, 1996.

Art Matters Inc., New York, NY, 1996.

NEA, New Langton Arts Projects Grant, San Francisco, CA, 1996.

Ruth and Jake Bloom Young Artist Fund, MoCA, Los Angeles, CA, 1996.

Art Matters Inc., New York, NY, 1994.

The Pace Roberts Foundation nominee, 1994.

The Foundation for Art Resources Grant, Los Angeles, CA, 1989.

 

 

Public Art Collections

Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts, Los Angeles, California.
Blanton Museum of Art: The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas

Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Madison, Wisconsin.

Busan Museum of Art, Busan, Korea.

Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska.

Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, California.

Mint Museum, Charlotte, North Carolina.

The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas.

Borusan Contemporary, Istanbul, Turkey.

Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, California.

Bonte Museum, Jeju, South Korea.

Museum of Art, Daegu, South Korea.

Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, California.

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, California.

Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, Virginia.

North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, North Carolina.

Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio

Hallmark, Kansas City, Missouri.

Bank of America, New York, New York.

Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Springs, California.

Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, Arizona.

Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, California.

Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, Portland, Oregon.

Towada Art Center, Towada, Japan.

Amorepacific Museum of Art, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea.

Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, California.

The Granary, Sharon, Connecticut.

Western Bridge, Seattle, Washington.

Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado.

CAC Museum of Malaga, Malaga, Spain.

Vero Beach Museum of Art, Vero Beach, Florida.

Weatherspoon Art Museum, North Carolina.

21 C. Museum in Louisville, Kentucky.

The West Collection, Pennsylvania.

Autostadt Collection, Wolfsburg, Germany.

MUSAC, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León, Spain.

Martin Margulies Collection, Coconut Grove, Florida.

Progressive Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio.

Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas.

Istanbul Modern, Istanbul, Turkey

Albright Knox Gallery, Buffalo, New York.

San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, California.

Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, Washington.

W5, Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C

Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, California.

Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, Florida.


 

Public Art Works

UCSD, Jacobs Medical Center, San Diego, California.
UCSF Mission Bay Hospital, San Francisco, California.

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, California.

Long Beach Courthouse, Long Beach, California.

Ronald Reagan Hospital, UCLA, Los Angeles, California.

Cedars-Sinai Cancer Center - Radiation Oncology Installation, West Hollywood, California.

Legacy Partners, Los Angeles, California, Hollywood and Vine.

Wells Fargo, Charlotte, North Carolina.

Victory Park, Dallas Texas.

EMP, Experience Music Project, Seattle, Washington.

Fremont Street Experience, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Staples Center, Los Angeles, California.