Born 1965, London, United Kingdom.
Lives and works in London, United Kingdom.
Since 2014, Professor of Arts, Kunstakademie Düsseldorf
Since 2013, elected RA, Royal Academy of Arts, London
BA (Hons) Fine Art, Goldsmiths' College, University of London
MA Fine Art, Chelsea College of Art, London
Artist in residence, Ruskin School, Oxford University, Oxford
(C) denotes that a catalogue was published in conjunction with the exhibition.
Musée National Eugène Delacroix, Paris, France
Galerie Max Hetzler, Paris, France
Tout Ce Que Le Ciel Permet, Le Consortium, Dijon, France
All That Heaven Allows: New and Recent Works, Tate St Ives, St Ives, Cornwall, UK
Matthew Marks, Los Angeles, USA
Foundation Vincent Van Gogh Arles, Arles
The Main Feeling, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, USA
Why Do Birds Suddenly Appear? Matthew Marks Gallery, NY, USA
Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin, Germany
The Living, k.m, Kunstverein München e.V., Munich, Germany
Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin, Germany.
Museum Dhondt – Dhaenens, Ghent, Belgium
Come Helga, This Is No Place For Us II, Maureen Paley, London, UK
The Renaissance Society at The University of Chicago, Chicago, USA
The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, USA
Feelings, Matthew Marks Gallery, New York, USA
rpentine Gallery, London, UK (C)
Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin, Germany
Matthew Marks Gallery, New York, USA
Pas de Deux, Matthew Marks Gallery, New York, USA
Galerie Daniel Buchholz, Cologne, Germany
Dark Passage, Kunsthalle Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland (C)
Family Badge, Antiquariat Buchholz, Galerie Buchholz, Cologne, Germany
Donald Young Gallery, Chicago, USA
The Boiler Room, The Saatchi Gallery, London, UK
SHE, Maureen Paley, London, UK
Fleischvater, Modern Art, London, UK
The Agony and the Ecstasy, Maureen Paley, London, UK
Manliness without ostentation.., the Agency, London, UK
I Have Every Vice in the World, Dolphin Gallery, Oxford, UK
Glenn Brown and Rebecca Warren, Rennie Collection at Wing Sang, Vancouver, Canada
(C) denotes that a catalogue was published in conjunction with the exhibition.
Fergal Stapleton and Rebecca Warren, The Showroom, London, UK (C)
Rebecca Warren and Fergal Stapleton, Cleveland, London, UK
Rebecca Warren, Fergal Stapleton and Graham Gussin, Laure Genillard, London, UK
Retrospective: Your Mother, with Fergal Stapleton, 152c Brick Lane, London, UK
Angus Fairhurst, (co-curated with Urs Fischer), Sadie Coles HQ, London, UK
(C) denotes that a catalogue was published in conjunction with the exhibition.
Trance, Aishti Foundation, Antelias, Lebanon
Death is Irrelevant, Hudson Valley Moca, Peekskill, New York, USA
A TIME CAPSULE: Works Made by Women for Parkett, 1984 – 2017, Parkett Exhibition Space, Zurich, Switzerland
Elisabeth Frink: Humans and Other Animals, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich, UK
Knock Knock: Humour in Contemporary Art, South London Gallery, London, UK
Approaching the Figure, Skarstedt, New York City, USA
Virginia Woolf: An Exhibition Inspired by her Writings, Tate St Ives, UK; travelling to Pallant House, Chichester, UK, and The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK
Rebecca Warren - Anna Fasshauer - Michail Pirgelis, Kunstverein Reutlingen, Reutlingen, Germany
Exchanges, Whitworth Art Gallery, The University of Manchester, UK
ISelf Collection: Bumped Bodies, Whitechapel Gallery, London
Profound Identities: Beauty and Subjugation from The Goss-Michael Collection, Goss-Michael Foundation, Dallas
Trisha Donnelly, Vincent Fecteau, Peter Fischli David Weiss, Nan Goldin, Martin Honert, Michel Majerus, Paul Sietsema, Rebecca Warren, Matthew Marks Gallery, New York, USA
Aging Pride, Galerie Belvedere, Vienna, Austria
Rachel Whiteread, Tate Britain, London, UK
Für Barbara, curated by Leo Koenig, Hall Art Foundation I Schloss Derneburg, Derneburg, Germany
CORPUS: The Body Unbound, The Courtauld Gallery, London, UK
THE GAP BETWEEN THE FRIDGE AND THE COOKER, The Modern Institute, Glasgow, UK
Disobedient Bodies, curated by JW Anderson, The Hepworth Wakefield, Wakefield, UK
Open Windows – Reflections on Beuys, Sexauer Gallery, Berlin, Germany
The Body Extended: Sculpture and Prosthetics, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, UK
Night in the Museum: An Exhibition from the Arts Council Collection, curated by Ryan Gander, Long Side Gallery, Yorkshire Sculpture Park; travelled to The Gas Hall, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham, UK; The Attenborough Centre, Leicester UK
Conversation autour d'une collection, Collection Jocelyne et Fabrice Petignat, Villa Bernasconi, Lancy, Switzerland
la mia ceramica, Galerie Max Hetzler, Paris
Notes On Gesture - I, II, III, Curated by Jeremy Millar, Siobhan Davies Studios, London, UK
Unfinished: Thoughts Left Visible, Metropolitan Museum of Art at The Met Breuer, New York, USA (C)
Matthew Marks Gallery, New York, USA
Sculpture: Muñoz, Schütte, Trockel, and Warren, Skarstedt, New York, USA
10 Sculptures, Matthew Marks Gallery, Los Angeles, USA
Summer Exhibition 2015, Royal Academy of Arts, London
Plasters: Casts and Copies, The Hepworth Wakefield, Wakefield, UK
ArtZuid, International Sculpture Route, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (C)
La Peregrina, curated by Jenny Saville for ‘Rubens and His Legacy’, Royal Academy, London, UK
She, List Art Center, Brown University, Providence, USA
Cast From Life, Skarstedt Gallery, NYC, USA
Summer Group Exhibition, Matthew Marks, LA, USA
Then and Now, Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin, Germany.
The Human Factor: Uses of the Figure in Contemporary Sculpture, Hayward Gallery, London, UK.
Albert Oehlen Talking about Painting, Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany.
Cool Place, Sammlung Scharpff, Kunstmuseum Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany.
Love Story, The Anne & Wolfgang Titze Collection, 21er Haus and the Winter Palace, Vienna, Austria.
In der Wohnung, curated by Fredi Fischli, Albert Oehlen and Niels Olsen, Gebert Foundation, Rapperswil, Switzerland.
Somewhat Abstract, Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham, UK.
REMEMBER EVERYTHING 40 Years Galerie Max Hetzler, Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin, Germany. (C)
Albert Oehlen, Markus Oehlen, Joyce Pensato, Matthias Schaufler, John Sparagana, Rebecca Warren, Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin, Germany.
Riotous Baroque. From Cattelan to Zurbarán - Tributes to Precarious Vitality, Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Spain. Curated by Bice Curiger
From Figuration, Skarstedt Gallery, London, UK
V22 Collection Show, V22 Workspace London, UK.
Matthew Marks Gallery, Los Angeles, USA
To Hope, To Tremble, To Love: Works From the DRAF Collection, The Hepworth Wakefield, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, UK
The Space Between, Tate Britain, London, UK
Camulodunum, Firstsite, Essex
ILLUMInations, 54th Venice Biennale, Venice, (C).
Lustwarande ’11 – Raw, Park De Oude Warande, Tilburg, The Netherlands
Modern British Sculpture, Royal Academy of Arts, London, (C).
Shape Of Things To Come: New Sculpture, Saatchi Gallery, London, (C).
The Collectors Show, Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Zabludowicz Collection in Venice, Venice
The Contemporary Figure, Donald Young Gallery, Chicago.
The Future Demands Your Participation: Contemporary Art from the British Council Collection, Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai.
Grand National: Art from Britain, Vestfossen Kunstlaboratorium, Vestfossen, Norway.
Statuesque, City Hall Park, New York.
SV10: Members’ Show, (Selector), Studio Voltaire, London.
Accrochage, Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin.
Classified, Tate Britain, London.
DLA Piper Series: This is Sculpture, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool.
Donald Young Gallery, Chicago.
British Council Collection: The Third Dimension, Whitechapel Gallery, London.
The Vincent Award 2008, Stedelijk Museum CS, Amsterdam, (C).
Martian Museum of Terrestrial Art, Barbican Art Gallery, London, (C).
Donald Young Gallery, Chicago.
Origins, Hudson Valley Centre for Contemporary Art, New York.
Makers and Modelers, Gladstone Gallery, New York.
No Room for the Groom, Herald St, London, curated by Gregorio Magnani.
The Third Mind, curated by Ugo Rondinone, Palais de Tokyo, Paris.
Unmonumental, The New Museum, New York.
Five Works in Bronze, Matthew Marks Gallery, New York.
Toutes Compositions Florales, Counter Gallery, London.
Anne Chu, Gary Hill, Martin Puryear, Rebecca Warren, James Welling, Donald Young Gallery, Chicago.
flutter, The approach, London.
If it didn’t exist you’d have to invent it: a partial Showroom history, The Showroom, London.
The Turner Prize, Tate Britain, London, (C).
Tate Triennial, Tate Britain, London. (C).
Toutes Compositions Florales, Counter Gallery, London.
China Art Objects Galleries, Los Angeles.
Drunk & Stoned, Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York.
Body: New art from the UK, Vancouver art gallery (1995), The Ottawa art gallery (2006), Oakville galleries (2006), Edmonton art gallery (2006). (C).
Trumpets of Justice, Counter Gallery, London, UK.
The British Art Show 6, Haywad Gallery Touring exhibition. (C)
Translations, Thomas Dane, Karsten Schubert – Curator, London
Sculpture, Precarious Realism between the Melancholy and the Comical,
Kunsthalle Vienna, until February 2005. (C)
Strange, I’ve seen that face before, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow
Collage, Bloomberg Space, London
Frass, 153-155 Grays Inn Road, London
Rachel Harrison, Hirsch Perlman, Dieter Roth, Jack Smith, Rebecca
Warren, Matthew Marks Gallery, New York
Still Life, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Santiago, Chile, Museo Alejandro Otero, caracas, Venezuela, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Centro Cultural, Parque de Espana, Rosario, Argentina, Biblioteca Luis Angel Arango, Bogota, Colombia.
4 Old Works, 56a Clerkenwell Road, London
The Galleries Show, Royal Academy of Arts, London, (C)
Summer Exhibition 2002, Royal Academy of Arts, London, (C)
Neon Gallery, London
Tattoo Show, Modern Art, London
New Labour, Saatchi Gallery, London, (C)
Limitless, Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna, Austria, curated by Matthew Higgs
Day of the Donkey Day, Transmission, Glasgow
It’s a Curse it’s a Burden, The Approach, London, curated by Glenn Brown
Root, Chisenhale Gallery, London, (C)
The Kindness of Strangers, W139 Gallery, Amsterdam (C)
Craft, Richard Salmon, London (travelled to Kettles Yard, Cambridge), (C)
BANK, Institute of Contemporary Art, London
Martin, Commercial Gallery and 146 Brick Lane, London Class Vegas, The Embassy, London
Material Culture; Sculpture from the 80s and 90s,
Hayward Gallery, London (C)
Light, Richard Salmon, London (travelled to Spacex Gallery, Exeter), (C)
Happy Shopper, Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre, London
Dog U Mental VIII, BANK, London
Berlin Art Fair, Berlin
NIS Project at world PC Expo, Tokyo
On Camp/Off Base: Pimple Life, Tokyo Big Sight Exhibition Centre, Tokyo, (C)
Out of Space, Cole and Cole, Oxford
Fuck Off, BANK, London, (C)
Disneyland After Dark: La Ronde, Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, (C)
I Beg to Differ, Milch, London
Happy Squirrels Club, BANK, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
Model Home, PS1, The Clocktower Gallery, New York, USA
The Meaning of Life.., Art Node Foundation, Sweden
The Meaning of Life.., parts 1 & 2, CCA, Glasgow, Scotland
Cocaine Orgasm, BANK, London, (C)
Disneyland After Dark: La Ronde, Konstmuseum, Uppsala, Sweden, (C)
Insignificance, the Agency, London, (C)
Stockholm Art Fair, Sweden
Miniatures, the Agency, London
Destroy All Monsters, The Tannery, London
MIND THE GAP.., Acud Galerie, Berlin, Germany
MIND THE GAP.., Hardcopys und technologische Bilder, Galerie/Edition, Voges & Deisen, Frankfurt, Germany
Whitworth Young Contemporaries, Manchester
All That Heaven Allows, Rebecca Warren, Tate Publishing, FUEL
The Living, Maureen Paley, Max Hetzler, Matthew Marks, FUEL
Rebecca Warren, Every Aspect of Bitch Magic, FUEL, London, 2012
Rebecca Warren, Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin, Holzwarth Publications, 2012
Rebecca Warren, Serpentine Gallery and Koenig Books
Rebecca Warren, Kunsthalle Zürich
Liz Rideal and Kathleen Soriano, Madam and Eve: Women Portraying Women, Laurence King Publishing, 2018, p. 61.
Mecugni and Basualdo, Embracing The Contemporary, The Keith L. and Katherine Sachs Collection, Philadelphia
Museum of Art, 2016, pp. 258-259
Body of Art, Phaidon, p. 91
Van Tuyckom-Taets Collectiom, Leo Van Tuyckom, Belgium, pp. 218-219
Glenn Brown – Rebecca Warren, Rennie Collection at Wing Sang, Vancouver, Canada
The Human Factor: Uses of the Figure in Contemporary Sculpture, Hayward Gallery, London, UK
REMEMBER EVERYTHING 40 Years Galerie Max Hetzler, Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin, Germany
Riotous Baroque. From Cattelan to Zurbarán - Tributes to Precarious Vitality, Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Spain
Camulodunum, Firstsite, Essex, UK
The Shape Of Things To Come: New Sculpture, Saatchi Gallery, London
Modern British Sculpture, Royal Academy of Arts, London,
ILLUMInations, 54th Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy
Statuesque, City Hall Park, New York, USA
The Vincent Award 2008, Stedelijk Museum CS, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Martian Encyclopaedia of Terrestrial Art, Barbican Art Gallery, London
The Turner Prize, Tate Britain, London,
Tate Triennial, Tate Britain, London
Body: New art from the UK, The British Council, Manchester
The British Art Show 6, Hayward Gallery, London
Sculpture, Precarious Realism between the Melancholy and the Comical, Kunsthalle Vienna, Austria
The Galleries Show, Royal Academy of Arts, London
Summer Exhibition 2002, Royal Academy of Arts, London
New Labour, Saatchi Gallery, London
Root, Chisenhale Gallery, London
The Kindness of Strangers, W139 Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Craft, Richard Salmon, London, UK
Fergal Stapleton and Rebecca Warren: the unadorned hardcore world of the anabolic mutant in stir: the child ain't right, The Showroom, London, 1997
Material Culture; Sculpture from the 80s and 90s, Hayward Gallery, London
Light, Richard Salmon, London, UK
On Camp/Off Base: Pimple Life, Tokyo, Japan
Fuck Off, BANK, London, UK
Disneyland After Dark: La Ronde, Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany
Cocaine Orgasm, BANK, London, UK
Insignificance, the Agency, London, UK
Brennan, Ailis, Tate St Ives wins £100000 Museum of the Year award, standard.co.uk, 6 July 2018
Carter, Imogen and Killian Fox, Home is where the art is: what Paula Rego, Lubaina Himid and other artists hang on their walls, theguardian.com, 26 August 2018
Clarke, Andrew, Eisabeth Frink retrospective charts fears and concerns of modern life, Eastern Daily Press, 18 October 2018.
Lavrador Judicaël, Dadames Sculptées dans la Grâce, liberation.fr, 26 February 2018
M.H. Schuster, Contemporary Art Shines Bright in the City of Light, robbreport.com, 16 October 2018
Rea, Naomi, In Paris for FIAC? Here Are 11 Must-See Shows on View This Week in the French Capital, news.artnet.com, 16 October 2018
––––, Must Visit Art Shows in Paris This Week: Jan Fabre to Rebecca Warren, blouinartinfo.com, 24 May 2018
––––, Rebecca Warren's exhibition at Galerie Max Hetzler, Paris, blouinartinfo.com, 15 June 2018
––––, Britain’s Leading Artists Protest Against The Decline Of Art In Schools, artlyst.com, 8 May 2018.
––––, British artists: Ebacc will damage creativity and self-expression, theguardian.com, 8 May 2018.
––––, Fiac to open in Paris, Artforum.com, 15 October 2018
Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, A century of modernism at Tate St Ives, thetimes.co.uk, 13 October 2017
Hudson, Mark, A triumphant reinvention - Modern Art and St Ives, Tate St Ives, review, telegraph.co.uk, 12 October 2017
Liang Khong, En, When The Light Shifts, frieze.com, 30 October 2017
Moloney, Ciara, Rebecca Warren – Matthew Marks gallery, Los Angeles 22 April–17 June,
ArtReview, Summer 2017, p.127
Pes, Xavier, Reinvigorated and Under New Leadership, Tate St Ives Opens Its Doors After a $27 Million Expansion, October 13 2017
Roux, Caroline, Tate St Ives: First look at the new £20m underground art gallery, telegraph.co.uk, 3 October 2017
Roy, Keeba, Portraits, Pop Art and a BIG prize... From Modigliani to the Moomins, event brings you the ten best art shows this Autumn, 7 October 2017
Salter, Jessica, The seaside town with the most beautiful light in Britain, telegraph.co.uk, 21 October 2017
Smith, Laura, Rebecca Warren: 'from the mess of experience' Tate Etc., Issue 41, Autumn 2017, pp. 52-59
Warren, Rebecca, Artists’ Statements for Parkett 100/101: Rebecca Warren,
Parkett No. 100/101, 2017.
---, Creating Ourselves: The Self in Art, Whitechapel Gallery, London (c)
Mecugni and Basualdo, Embracing The Contemporary, The Keith L. and Katherine Sachs Collection, Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2016, pp. 258-259
Zotos, John, The Main Feeling: Rebecca Warren at the Dallas Museum of Art artsandculturetx.com, 4 May 2016
Israel, Nancy Cohen, Rites of Spring, Patron, April 2016
Brattell, Rick, A new Dallas arts scene, The Dallas Morning News, 21 April 2016
Oehlen, Albert, Material Object, Mousse, no 53, April – May 2016, pp. 140-153.
Barry, Frances, Walks of Art, Tate Publishing, May 2015.
Buck, Louisa, Beyond nudes: the legacy of Rubens, telegraph.co.uk, 30 January 2015.
Gayford, Martin, Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition reviewed, spectator.co.uk, 6 June 2015.
McKever, Rosalind, Hepworth Wakefield puts plaster casts in pride of place, apollo-magazine.com, 20 May 2015.
Warren, Rebecca, How Barbara Hepworth inspired me, Porter, Summer 2015, pp.93-94.
Wright, Karen, The Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, review, independent.co.uk, 08 June 2015.
Wright, Karen, Barbara Hepworth: a brief look into the artist’s life as three shows open at The Hepworth Wakefield, independent.co.uk, 25 May 2015.
----, SCULPTURE: Muñoz, Schütte, Trockel, and Warren at Skarstedt, artfixdaily.com, 27 October 2015.
----, The Bechtler foundation makes permanent loans to the Kunsthaus Zürich, artmediaagency.com, 11 May 2015.
Indrisek, Scott, Must see gallery shows, blouinartinfo.com, 18 September 2014
Luke, Ben, The Human Factor, Hayward Gallery - exhibition review, standard.co.uk, 17 June 2014
Pilger, Zoe, The Human Factor exhibition review: Investigating the body politic at the Hayward Gallery, independent.co.uk, 15 June 2014
Rooney, Kara L., REBECCA WARREN Why Do Birds Suddenly Appear? brooklynrail.org, 5 November 2014
Smyth, Andrew, Difficult women collide with serious money in ‘She’, Brown Daily Herald, 28 October 2014
Sooke, Alastair, The Human Factor, Hayward Gallery, review: 'modish', telegraph.co.uk, 16 June 2014
----, Rebecca Warren, “Why Do Birds Suddenly Appear?”, Time Out New York, 11-17 September 2014, p.36
Cahill, James, Camulodunum, Frieze, January-February 2012, p.147.
Prince, Mark, Rebecca Warren, Frieze, September 2012, p.167
Lovatt, Anna, Rebecca Warren, Artforum, January 2012, pp.229-230.
Warren, Rebecca, Artists’ Artists: excerpt Rebecca Warren Frieze Masters October
Curiger, Bice, Rebecca Warren: Helmut Crumb, Defining Contemporary Art – 25 Years in 200 pivotal artworks, Phaidon Press Limited, London and New York, 2011, pp.230–231.
Cooke, Erica, Rebecca Warren, Frieze, January-February 2011, p.133.
Dembinska, Natalie, 10 News, Finding Form: Rebecca Warren,
10 Magazine, Autumn/Winter 2011, p.59.
Diary: Rebecca Warren, Mousse, October-November 2011, p.226.
Garlake, Margaret, Modern British Sculpture, Art Monthly, March 2011, pp.20-21.
Helander, Bruce, Rebecca Warren: Artist to watch, The Art Economist, January 2011, p.74.
Herbert, Martin, Camulodunum, Art Monthly, November 2011, pp.31-32.
Herbert, Martin, Now See This: Rebecca Warren, Art Review, November 2011, p.40.
Kappala-Ramsamy, Gemma, On My Radar: Rebecca Warren’s cultural highlights, The Observer: The New Review, 22 May 2011, p.3.
The Frieze tweet 40, Time Out, 13 October 2011, pp.60-61
Ward, Ossian, 10 masters of modern British sculpture: 10 Rebecca Warren, Time Out, 13 January 2011, p.44.
Barnett, Laura, & Turner, Jenny, Beyond the stable; Rebecca Warren, The Guardian G2, 15 December 2009, p.11.
Clare, Claudia, Material Returns, Ceramic Review, January/February 2010, pp.50-53.
Armin, Janine, Rebecca Warren at Matthew Marks, New York,Saatchi Online, 23 October 2009.
Barnett, Laura, Portrait of the Artist, Rebecca Warren, Guardian G2, 7 April 2009, p.25.
Buck, Louisa, Hands on, Vogue, April 2009, pp.127-128.
Charlesworth, JJ, Exhibition of the week: Classified, Time Out, 9 July 2009, p.43.
Checkland, Sarah Jane, A bit of clay. A rusty nail. A plant…, Financial Times: Collecting, 7 March 2009, p.6.
Coomer, Martin, Rebecca Warren, Art Review, May 2009, p.108.
Coomer, Martin, Best of Year’ 09, Time Out, 17 December 2009, p.67.
Cooper, Emmanuel, Visual Arts: Playing Devil’s advocate with mother goddesses, Tribune, 10 April 2009.
Critics’ choice, Time Out, 19 March 2009, p.47.
Critics’ choice, Major Spaces, Time Out, 9 April 2009, p.49.
Critics’ choice, Major Spaces, Time Out, 16 April 2009, p.52.
Cumming, Laura, The anti-sculptor runs true to form, The Observer: Review, 22 March 2009, p.17.
Darwent, Charles, This work is all in the mind – and it should stay there, The Independent on Sunday: The Critics, 22 March 2009, p.63.
Emin, Tracey, ‘I’ve told Art to keep away. We’re going to have a trial separation…’,
Fisher, Alice, Maureen, Fantastic Man, Autumn/Winter 2009, pp.148-155.
The Independent, 12 March 2009, p.7.
Exhibitions: Pick of the week, The Guardian Guide, 14 March 2009, p.35.
Exhibitions: Pick of the week, The Guardian Guide, 21 March 2009, p.37.
Gooding, Francis, Exhibition of the week: Summer Exhibition, Time Out, June 17, p.44.
Holland, Jessica, Erotic feat of clay, The London Paper, 10 March 2009.
Honigman, Ana Finel, On a Haunch, artforum.com, 16 March 2009.
Johnson, Ken, Rebecca Warren, The New York Times, 18 September 2009.
Jury, Louise, Well-rounded: Turner Sculptor at the Serpentine, Evening Standard, 9 March 2009, p.8.
Carey-Kent, Paul, Were you paying attention?, Art World, August/September 2009, p.145.
Lack, Jessica, Exhibition Preview: Rebecca Warren, London, The Guardian Guide, 7 March 2009, p.39.
Laverne, Lauren, Lauren Laverne’s Must List, Grazia, March 2009.
Levin, Kim, Rebecca Warren: Matthew Marks, Art News, November 2009, pp. 112 & 114.
Londoner’s Diary: Emin takes a meerkat swipe at Gormley, Evening Standard, 10 March 2009, p.17.
Lubbock, Tom, The shape shifters, The Independent: Life, 16 March 2009, pp.14-15.
Myners, Paul, Flashbulb: Gold Myners, Evening Standard, 20 March 2009.
Rebecca Warren, The New Yorker, 5th October 2009.
Serpentine Gallery presents Major Survey of Work by Rebecca Warren, artdaily.org, 10 March 2009.
Serpentine Gallery presents Major Survey of Work by Rebecca Warren, artknowledgenews.com, 7 April 2009.
Searle, Adrian, Feat of clay, The Guardian G2, 10 March 2009, pp.21-23.
Sooke, Alastair, Earthy sensuality shaped into clay, The Daily Telegraph, 11 March 2009, p.25.
Stumper, Helen, In the studio: Rebecca Warren, & Critics’ Choice, Time Out, 5 March 2009, pp.52 & 54.
The way I see it: artists on politics, Rebecca Warren, New Statesman, 13 April 2009, p.46.
van der Heide, Bart, Looking Forward, Frieze, January 2009, p.114.
Vitamin 3-D, Phaidon Press Limited, London, 2009, pp.312-315.
Carey-Kent, Paul, Cubes, Art World, February 2008, pp.49-51.
Gallois, Christophe, The Third Mind, Metropolis M, February 2008, pp.80-81.
Holzworth, Hans Werner, Rebecca Warren, Art Now Volume 3, Taschen, 2008, pp.496-499.
Lack, Jessica, In The Studio: Rebecca Warren, Rad Girl, Art World, April 2008, pp.44-49.
Roos, Robbert, The Vincent – nominaties: Rebecca Warren, Kunstbeeld,nl, Nr 6 2008, pp. 36-39.
The Vincent Award 2008, Stedelijk Museum CS Prospect / retrospect, Stedelijk Museum, 2008. pp. 55-56.
Stern, Steven, Unmonumental, Frieze, April 2008, pp.169-170.Sonnenborn, Katie, Makers and Modellers, Frieze, March 2008, p.182.
Tate Triennials: Remembering The Other Three?, Art World, December 2008, p.13.
Hastings, Chris, Questions raised over Turner judge’s links to artists, The Sunday Telegraph, 18 February 2007.
Hunt, Andrew, The Third Mind, Art Monthly, December 2007, pp.34-36.
Hunt, Ian, No Room for the Groom: an exhibition with Douglas Sirk, Art Monthly, September 2007, pp.33-34.
Morris, Jane, Maureen Paley: Gallery Profile, Art World, December 2007, pp.52-55.
Market Positions: Rebecca Warren, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 22 December 2007, p.27.
News, Flash Art, March 2007, p.66.
The glittering prizes, Art Newspaper, January 2007.
Schwabsky, Barry, Rebecca Warren, Artforum, November 2007, p.380.
Smith, Roberta, It’s Just Clay, but How About a Little Respect?, The New York Times, 7 September 2007.
Rebecca Warren, Monopol, July 2007, p. 126.
Aspden, Peter, Fresh takes on popular culture, Financial Times, 17 May 2006, p13.
Barrett, David, Tate Triennial, Art Monthly, May 2006.
Born, Matt, Look away now!, Daily Mail, 17 May 2006, p34.
Brown, Mark, Not so shocking – and there’s even a painter, The Guardian, 17 May 2006, p9.
Brown, Neal, Herbert, Martin, Lampert, Catherine, Parkett, No. 78, 2006, pp. 30-71.
Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, Dubious, tedious, specious - you’ll want to scream, The Times, 17 May 2006, p27.
Cumming, Laura, Tate Triennial 2006, Observer, 05 March 2006.
Darwent, Charles, Let’s pretend the Turner Price actually has something to say…, The Independent ABC, 6 October 2006.
Dorment, Richard, Haunted by concepts of the past, Telegraph, 07 March 2006.
Evans, Jonathan, Artist’s Turner entry is rubbish, The Independent, 3 October 2006.
Fox, Dan, Tate Triennial, Frieze, May 2006, p164-165.
Guner, Fisun, Art Review: The Turner Prize, Metro, 05 October 2006, p29.
Hull, Stephen, Art we can appreciate, Metro, 17 May 2006, p8.
Hunt, Andrew and Mulholland, Neil, British Art (does it) Show? Frieze, Issue 96, January - February 2006, p132-137.
Producers: Auerbach, Jake & Lampert, Catherine, Rodin: The Sculptures’ View, The Henry Moore Foundation & The Royal Academy, produced by Jake Auerbach Films Ltd, 2006, 55 minutes, DVD.
J, W, Who’s up for the Turner?, The Sunday Times, 28 May 2006.
Jones, Jonathan, Art & Architecture, www.blogs.guardian.co.ukculturevulure/archives/2006, 03 October 2006.
Kent, Sarah, Turner for the worse?, Time Out, 11 October 2006.
Le Plot, Toulouse, Show us your arts, The Sun, 17 May 2006, p12.
Lubbock, Tom, Giacometti meets the Elephant Man as the Turner Prize puts controversy before quality, The Independent, 17 May 2006, p15.
Keeling, Julian, Shapes of Things to Come, Harper’s Bazaar, November 2006, pp198-201.
Maine, Stephen, Rebecca Warren at Matthew Marks, Art in America, May 2006, p183-184.
Malvern, Jack, Clay genitalia? It must be the Turner, The Times, 17 May 2006, p27.
Morton, Tom, Flutter, Frieze, October 2006, p.258.
O’Riley, Sally, Consider This: The Turner Price, Art Review, November 2006, p.25.
Pettifor, Tom, Turner Prize favourite: My art has no meaning, Daily Mirror, 17 May 2006, p12.
Reynolds, Nigel, Turner Prize judges nominate another ‘pervy potter’, The Daily Telegraph, 17 May 2006, p12.
Searle, Adrian, Guff and Nonsense, The Guardian, 28 February 2006.
Searle, Adrian, Car batteries, clay nipples, reality TV and a glimpse of the future, The Guardian G2, 18 October 2006, p18-20.
Somerstein, Rachel, Rebecca Warren, ART News, March 2006, p134.
Thomas-Corr, Johanna & Forrest, Emma E, What to see and do, City AM, 04 October 2006, p20.
Warren, Rebecca, Woman to Woman, The Daily Telegraph: Stella, 24 September 2006, p38-42.
Warren, Rebecca, Life in Film: Rebbeca Warren, Frieze, November–December 2006, p41&42.
Warren, Rebecca, Another Thing I wanted To Tell You, Another Magazine, September 2006, p.96.
Warren, Rebecca, The Artists’ Artists, Artforum, December 2006, p. 111.
Williams, Eliza, Tate Triennial 2006, Flash Art, May 2006, p63&64.
Wullschlager, Jackie, Turner prompts fresh attack on female body, Financial Times, 04 October 2006, p13.
Booby prize for art, Daily Star, 17 May 2006, p2.
Dust Sculptor Makes Turner Prize Shortlist, New York Times.com, 17 May
News: Prizes, Flash Art, No. 249, July – September 2006, p50.
Tate Triennial 2006, New British Art, Tate, February - March 2006, p6.
Tate Triennial 2006, New British Art, Tate, April - May 2006.
Turner Shortlist Announced, New York Times, 17 May 2006.
Depth Charge, Art Monthly, June 2006.
Bennett, Oliver, Modern masterpiece, The Guardian, Weekend, 3 December 2005, p130-135.
Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, Brit Art: the next generation, The Times, 1 September 2005.
Dorment, Richard, When Beauty shocks you into silence, Telegraph, 27 September 2005.
Gessell, Paul, A body of art in your face, Ottawa Citizen, 28 November 2005, pD1-D2.
Smith, Roberta, Rebecca Warren, Pas de Deux, The New York Times, 16 December 2005.
Listings, Time Out New York, 03 November 2005.
Rebecca Warren, The New Yorker, 5 December 2005, p19.
Charlesworth, JJ, Twisted Sister, ArtReview, June 2004.
Charlesworth, JJ. The Maker’s Mark, Spike Art Quarterly, December 2004
GM, Rebecca Warren: Dark Passage, NZZ am Sontag, 11 April 2004.
Jones, Jonathan, If I had a hammer..., 1 April 2004.
kng, Kunsthalle Zurich: Rebecca Warren, Basler Zeitung, 10 April 2004.
kwu, Selbstbewusste, wuchtige Frauenfiguren, Schaffhauser Nachrichten, 8 April 2004.
Hilty, Greg. Rebecca Warren: SHE, Parkett, No.70, 2004.
ISW, Rebecca Warrens monstrose Weiber, Schweizer Illustriete, 10 May 2004.
La Placa, Joe, New London Sun, artnet, 21 October 2005.
O’Grady, Carrie, What’s Up With Modern Art?, Rebecca Warren. The Guide (Frieze Art Fair), October 2004.
Rogger, Andre, Frivole Damen in glasiertem Ton, Tagas Anzeiger, 13 April 2004.
Steiner, Urs, Frankensteins Tochler - Rebecca Warren in der Kunsthalle, NZZ, 07 April 2004.
Wust (SFD), Karl, Selbstbewusste Frauenmonster, Zurichsee-Zeitungen, 6 April 2004
The Independant, 3 January 2004.
Rebecca Warren: Dark Passage, Praxis. Schweiz. Rundschau fur Medizin, 14 April 2004.
Rebecca Warren, Cream, April 2004.
Anderson, Hephzibah. Clay pride, Metro Life, 2 September-26 October 2003.
Artner, Alan G. Warren's rough, eloquent art, Chicago Tribune, 10 October 2003.
Brooks, Libby, Top Girls, 50 women to watch, Guardian G2, 30 September 2003.
Burton, Johanna, "Rachel Harrison, Hirsch Perlman, Dieter Roth, Jack Smith, Rebecca Warren", Time Out New York, 7-14 August 2003.
Coomer, Martin, New acquisitions in the Boiler Room, Time Out Saatchi Gallery Guide, 1-8 October 2003.
Hawkins, Margaret, The surreal world, Chicago Sunday Times, 24 October 2003.
Higgie, Jennifer, Under the Influence, Frieze, January February, 2003.
JH, Rebecca Warren, artspace version 2 September 2003.
Kent, Sarah, Rebecca Warren, Time Out, 18-25 June 2003.
Pethick, Emily, Rebecca Warren, Artforum.com, June 2003.
Renton, Andrew, Shopping with Saatchi, The Evening Standard, 10 June 2003. p39&41.
Smith, Roberta, A Grand Finale of Group Show Fireworks, The New York Times, 18 July 2003.
Somaiya, Ravi, Frass, Dazed & Confused, Issue Nº 6 October 2003, p70
Rebecca Warren, kultureflash, Nº 52, 15 July 2003.
Don’t Miss..., Time Out New York, Nº 407, July 17-24 2003, p79.
Matthew Marks Gallery, New York Times, 18 July 2003.
Group Show, The New Yorker, 4 August 2003.
New Acquisitions in the Boiler Room - Rebecca Warren, Time Out London, 1-8 October 2003.
Charlesworth, JJ. Neon Gallery, contemporary, March 2002.
Coomer, Martin. Vogue's galleries, Time Out, Nº1675 Sept 25 - October 2002.
Dorment, Richard. Academy of Cool; The Daily Telegraph, 5 June 2002.
Gleeson, David, britart.com, November 2002.
Güner, Fisun, Glad to be clay, Metro UK, 9 December 2002.
Aidin, Rose & Williamson, Charlotte. Move over Damien, meet the new talent, The Evening Standard ES Magazine, 12 September 2001.
Cork, Richard. What’s hot in the year of our Trace, The Times, 02 May 2001.
Cumming, Laura. New Labour, Saatchi Gallery, The Observer Review, 29 April 2001.
Darwent, Charles. Handmade tales of pots and porn, The Independent on Sunday, Culture, 29 April 2001.
Dorment, Richard. Art for the eyes, not the brain, The Daily Telegraph, 02 May 2001.
Ellis, Patricia. New Labour @ Saatchi, Flash Art, Vol. XXXIV Nº 218, May-June 2001.
Gellatly, Andrew. Rebecca Warren, frieze, Issue 56, January February 2001.
Gilbertson, Alice, A Stitch Up, Art Review, July 2001.
Hawes, Robert, Labour Pains, The Weekly Post, 25 May 2001.
Januszczak, Waldemar. At the Saatchi Gallery, you’ll find proof that New Labour really is working, The Sunday Times, Culture section, 29 April 2001.
Kent, Sarah. Labour intensive: Object lessons from New Labour at the Saatchi, Time Out, Nº1603, 9-16 May 2001.
Kent, Sarah. The Tattoo Show, Modern Art, Time Out, Nº1613, July 18-25 2001.
Packer, William, ‘New Labour’ but the same old pretensions, Financial Times, 29 May 2001.
Sewell, Brian. A touch of smut with a hand from Saatchi, The Evening Standard, 18 May 2001.
Wilsher, Mark. Craftwork, What’s On, 9-16 May 2001.
Rebecca Warren, I-D, April 2001, p.84.
Archer, Michael. Going for Bronze, Art Monthly, Nº 240 October 2000.
Coomer, Martin. Rebecca Warren (Critic’s Choice)
Time Out, Nº1571, 27 September-04 October 2000 .
Gleeson, David, The Raw and the Cooked, britart.com, November 2000.
Herbert, Martin. It’s a curse, it’s a burden, Time Out, Nº 1482, 13-20 January 1999.
Musgrave, David. It’s a curse, it’s a burden, Art Monthly, Nº223 February 1999.
Vincent Award nominee, Stedelijk Museum, The Netherlands
Turner Prize nominee, Tate Britain, London
Artists Production Awards, London Arts Board
Artists First-time Publication Award, Arts Council of England
Artists Production Awards (with Fergal Stapleton) London Arts Board Contemporaries, The Mall Gallery, London
Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada
Kunsthaus Zürich, Zurich, Switzerland
Arts Council Collection, London, UK
British Council Collection, London, UK
The Saatchi Gallery, London, UK
Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, USA
Tate Gallery, London, UK
Tate Gallery, Liverpool, UK