Keith Tyson

Born in 1969, in Ulverston (UK)
Lives and works in Brighton (UK)
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Solo exhibitions (selection)

2014

A Mystery to Myself, David Risley Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark

2013

Panta Rhei – Recent paintings by Keith Tyson, PACE Gallery, Londres, UK

2011

Entangled in the amber glow of a Weary Woven World, David Risley Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark
Contemporary Grotestques, Galerie GP & N Vallois, Paris, France *

2010

52 Variables, Pace Wildenstein Gallery, New York, USA*

2009

Keith Tyson Cloud Choreography and Other Emergent Systems, Parasol unit Foundation for Contemporary Art, London, UK *
Keith Tyson, Blum & Poe, Los Angeles, USA

2008

Fractal Dice, Pace Wildenstein Gallery, New York, USA *
Nature Paintings, Tullie House Museum, Carlisle, UK *
Random Nature, Project B, Milan, Italy

2007

Studio Wall Drawings 1997-2007, Haunch of Venison, London, UK
Keith Tyson, Gana Art gallery, Seoul, South Korea
Large Field Array, Pace Wildenstein Gallery, New York, USA
Large Field Array, De Pont Museum of Contemporary Art, Tilburg, Netherlands *

2006

The Sum of All Possible Paths, Galerie GP & N Vallois, Paris, France *
Large Field Array, Louisiana Museum, Humlebaek, Denmark *
Nature Paintings, Haunch of Venison, Zürich, Switzerland

2005

Geno Pheno II, Pace Wildenstein Gallery, New York, USA *
Keith Tyson, The Bates College Museum of Art, Lewiston, USA

2004

Geno Pheno I, Haunch of Venison, London, UK
The Terrible Weight of History, Galerie Judlin, Zürich, Switzerland *

2003

Collected Short Stories, Galerie GP & N Vallois, Paris, France
Works for a Teleological Accelerator, Arndt & Partner, Berlin, Germany

2002

Keith Tyson, Kunsthalle Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland *
Supercollider, South London Gallery, Londres, UK *

2000

Studio Wall Drawings, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London, UK
One of Each, Galerie Ursula Krinzinger, Vienna, Austria *

1999

Keith Tyson, Delfina, London, UK *
Molecular Compound 4, Kleines Helmhaus, Zürich, Switzerland *

1997

New Artmachine Paintings, Galerie GP & N Vallois, Paris, France
Keith Tyson, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London, UK

1996

Keith Tyson, David Zwirner Gallery, New York, USA
From the Art Machine, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London, UK

Group exhibitions (selection)

2015

Carambolages, Galerie GP & N Vallois, Paris, France
Donation Westreich/Wagner, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France **
Eureka, Pace Gallery, New York, USA
Chewing Gum, Pace Gallery, Hong Kong

2014

Grounded, Pace Gallery, New York, USA
The Drawing Room, Magasin 3, Stockholm Konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden

2013

Exquisite Corpse, Galerie GP & N Vallois, Paris, France

2012

Painting Without Paint, David Risley Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark
Freedom Not Genius : Works from Damien Hirst's MurderMe Collection, Pinacoteca Giovanni e Marella Agnelli, Rurin, Italy
Rouge, Maison Particulière, Brussels, Belgium
Beyond Reality British Painting Today, Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague, Czech Republic
Sacred Geometry and Secular Science, Loyola University Museum of Art, Chicago, IL

2011

Adventures in Wonderland, Mdm Museum, Porto Cervo, Italy
Peeping Tom, Kunsthal KAdE, Amersfoot, Netherlands
The Armory Show – Modern, New York, USA
Weltraum. Kunst und ein Traum – Space Art and A Dream, Kunsthalle, Vienna, Austria *
La Tentation du Hasard, Biennale de Montréal, Montreal, Canada *
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Art, London, UK

2010

On The Square, Pace Wildenstein Gallery, New York, USA
The Library of Babel/In and Out of Place, Zabludowicz Collection, London, GB
VaXiNation, Galerie Xippas, Athènes, Grèce
Changing The World, ARNDT Contemporary Art GmbH and Co, Berlin, Germany
Pastiche, Pace Wildenstein Gallery, New York, USA
Dopplereffekt – Images in Art and Science, Kunsthalle zu Kiel, Germany
Peeping Tom, VEGAS Gallery, London, GB
Plus Art, Plus Art Projects, London, GB
50 Years at Pace, The Pace Gallery, New York, USA
Shut Your Eyes in Order to See, Galerie Praz Delavallade, Paris, France

2009

eARTh: Art Of A Changing World Royal Academy London, UK
150 Years of Art and Design, Brighton University, Brighton, UK
Walking in My mind, Hayward Gallery, London, UK
Mythologies, Haunch of Venison, London, UK
Universal Code, The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, Toronto, Canada
British Subjects: Identity and Self-fashioning, 1967-2009, New York, USA
Capturing Claudia, Colnaghi Gallery, London, UK
The Age of Marvellous, All Visual Arts, One Marylebone, London, UK
Pete and Repeat, Works from the Zabludowicz Collection, London, UK
15th Anniversary Inaugural Exhibition, Blum & Poe, L.A, USA
Il faut être absolument moderne, Paradise Row, Istanbul, Turkey

2008

In Drawing, Purdy Hicks, London, UK
Wall Rockets, Flag Art Foundation, New York, USA
Drawn from the Collection 1500 – 2008, The Clore Gallery, Tate Britain, London, UK
History in the Making: A Retrospective of the Turner Prize, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
Diagonal Argument, Bétonsalon, Paris, France
Beyond Measure: Conversations Across Art & Science, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, UK *
Estrados,PAC Murcia, Murcia, Spain *
Martian Museum of Terrestrial Art, Barbican, London, UK *
Accidental Modernism, Leslie Tonkonow Gallery, New York, USA

2007

Oeuvres Encombrantes, Galerie GP & N Vallois, Paris, France
Turner Prize Retrospective, Tate Britain, London, UK
Unifinished Symphonies, Fine Art Society, London, UK
Reconstruction II, Sudeley Castle, Gloucestershire, UK *
Agression of Beauty, Arndt and Partner, Berlin, Germany

2006

Artists for Tichy – Tichy for Artists, Museum Moderner Kunst Passau, Germany
You’ll Never Know: Drawing and Random Interference, Hayward Gallery Touring Show, London, UK

2006

How to Improve the World: 60 Years of British Art, Hayward Gallery, London, UK
Exposed : Art and Culture from England’s North West, Manchester Square, London, UK
Thank You For the Music (London Beat), Sprüth Magers Lee, London, UK

2005

Dionysiac, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France *
Logical Conclusions (40 years of Rule-Based Art), Pace Wildenstein Gallery, New York, USA *

2004

Y a-t-il un commissaire pour sauver l'exposition?, Galerie GP & N Vallois, Paris, France
Central Station, collection Harald Falckenberg, la Maison Rouge Fondation Antoine de Galbert, Paris, France *
De leur temps, collections privées françaises, ADIAF, Musée des Beaux-Arts, Tourcoing, France *
Another Zero, Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Bergame, Italy*

2003

Home, Galerie GP & N Vallois, Paris, France
Outlook, Athens, Greece *
Independence, South London Gallery, London, UK
Thatcher, Blue Gallery, London, UK
Micro/Macro: British Art 1996-2002, Mücsarnok Kunsthalle, Budapest, Hungary *
Talking Pieces, Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen, Germany *
The Lost Collection of an Invisible Man, Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle, UK *

2002

Turner Prize Exhibition, Tate Britain, London, UK *
Comer o No Comer, Centro de Arte de Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain *
Strike, Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Wolverhampton, UK
Public Affairs, Kunsthaus, Zürich, Switzerland *
Reality Check, Wharf Road, Londres, UK, Moderna Galerija, Llubjana, Slovenia, House of Artists, Zagreb, Croatia ; Gallery Rudolfinum, Prague, Czech Republic; Bunkier Gallery, Cracovie, Poland ; Mücsarnok Kunsthalle, Budapest, Hungary *
Con Art: Magic/ Object/ Action, Site Gallery, Sheffield, UK *
Iconografias Metropolitanas, 25 São Paulo Biennial, São Paulo, Brazil *
Flights of Reality, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge and Turnpike Gallery, Manchester, UK *

2001

Brave New World, Galerie OMR, Mexico, Mexico *
L’effet Larsen – associative networks, OK Centrum fur Gegenwartskunst, Linz, Austria ; Casino- Forum d’Art Contemporain, Luxembourg, Luxembourg *
Open Plan P3 – The Marathon, Alphadelta Gallery – Artio Gallery, Athens, Greece * Nothing, Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland, UK; Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania; Rooseum Malmö, Sweeden ; Mead Gallery Warwick, UK *
The Fantastic Recurrence of Certain Situations: Recent British Art and Photography, Sala de exposiciones del Canal de Isabel II, Madrid, Spain *
2nd Berlin Biennale, Berlin, Germany *
English Pavilion, 49 Biennale di Venezia, Venice, Italy*
Makeshift, University of Brighton, Brighton, UK *
Century City: Art and Culture in the Modern Metropolis, Tate Modern, London, UK *

2000

The British Art Show, Edinburgh, Southampton, Birmingham, Cardiff, UK *
Domestic Pairs Projects, Kunsthaus, Glaris, Switzerland
Over the Edges, SMAK-Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Gand, Belgium*
Dream Machines, Hayward Gallery, London, UK *

1998

Seeing Time: selection from the Pamela and Richard Kramlich Collection of Media Art, Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, USA *
Nerve, Nash Room, ICA, London, UK
Il Luogo degli angeli, San Michele et Museo Laboratorio, San Angelo, Lucques, Italy *
Show me the money, 8 Dukes Mews, London, UK
What’s in a name?, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London, UK

1997

Private Face-Urban Space, Gasworks, Athens, Greece ; L. Kanakakis Municipal Gallery of Rethymnon, Crete, Greece *
Low Maintenance and High Precision, Hales and 172 Deptford High Street, Lewisham, UK
Guarene Arte 97, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo per l’Arte, Turin, Italy *

1996

Madame ma conscience, Galerie GP & N Vallois, Paris, France
Madame ma conscience, Friche Belle de Mai, Marseille, France
Art and Innovation Shortlist Exhibition, ICA, London, UK
Superstore Deluxe, UP & Co., New York, USA
On a clear day…, Cambridge Dark Room Gallery, Cambridge, UK ; First Site, Colchester, UK, Focal Point Gallery, Southend, UK ; ICA, London ,UK ; John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, GB ; Middlesborough Art Gallery, Oldham Art Gallery, UK
Replicators, http://adaweb.com
In Passing, The Tannery, London, UK
Disneyland After Dark, Kunstamt Kreucberg, Bethanie, Germany
White Hysteria, Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia
Surfing Systems, Kasseler Kunstverein, Kassel, Germany *
Pandemonium, ICA, London, UK

1995

Night and Day, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London, UK
Disneyland after Dark, Uppsala Konstmuseum, Uppsala, Sweden *
Institute of Cultural Anxiety, ICA, London, UK

1994

Spit in the Ocean, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London, UK
The Observatory, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, Londron, UK
The Space Between, Gallery Fortlaan 17, Gand, Belgium

1990

Passive Voyeurs, Stanwicks Theatre Complex, Carlisle, UK

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Awards

2007

Professorship, University of Brighton, UK

2005

Honorary Degree of Doctor of Letters, University of Brighton, Brighton, UK

2002

Turner Prize, London, UK

1996

ICA Arts and Innovation Award, London, UK

Public collections

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek, Denmark
Arts Council Collection, Londres, GB
Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France
Fondation Francois Pinault, Venice, Italy
Los Angeles Contemporary Museum of Art, Los Angeles, USA
Fonds National d’Art Contemporain (FNAC), Paris, France
MOMA, New York, USA
Tate Modern, London, GB
The Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, GB
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, USA
The South London Gallery Collection, London, GB
Tullie House Museum, Carlisle, GB
SMAK – Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Gand, Belgium
Zabludowicz Collection, Londres, New York,, Finland

Writings

1995

“Around the Compendium in 54 Aphorisms, (contenant Jokers)” in Mute, no. 1, Spring

1994

“Streamer” in Mute, Pilot Edition, Winter

1993

“Streamer”

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Solo Exhibition Catalogues

2013

Keith Tyson: Panta Rhei, The Pace Gallery, London, GB

2010

Keith Tyson: 52 Variables, Pace Wildenstein Gallery, New York, USA

2009

Keith Tyson Cloud Choreography and Other Emergent Systems, Parasol Unit / Koenig Books, London, UK

2008

Keith Tyson: Fractal Dice, Pace Wildenstein Gallery, New York, USA
Keith Tyson, Random Nature, Project B, Milan, Italy
Keith Tyson, Nature Paintings, Tullie House, Carlisle, Cumbria, UK

2007

Keith Tyson: Nature Paintings, Haunch of Venison, London, UK, and Zürich, Switzerland
Keith Tyson: Studio Wall Drawings 1997 – 2007, Haunch of Venison, London, UK, and Zürich, Switzerland

2006

Keith Tyson: Large Field Array, Louisiana Museum, Denmark
The Sum of All Possible Paths, exhibition catalog, Galerie GP & N Vallois, Paris, France

2005

Keith Tyson Geno Pheno,exhibition catalog, Pace Wildenstein Gallery, New York, USA / Haunch of Venison, London, UK
Keith Tyson, History Paintings, exhibition catalog, Galerie Judin / Haunch of Venison, Zürich, Switzerland
Francesca Richer & Matthew Rozenweig, No. 1.:First Works by 362 Artists, Distributed Art Publishres, Inc.

2004

History Paintings, exhibition catalog, Haunch of Venison, Zürich, Switzerland (3 versions)
Helen Sumpter, Interview with Audio Arts: CHANCE, Documents of Contemporary Art, Whitechapel Gallery
Patsy Craig, Mike Smith’s Studio,

2003

Virginia Button, The Turner Prize: Twenty Years, Tate Publishing
Cream 3, Phaidon

2002

Keith Tyson, Kunsthalle Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland
Keith Tyson, Head to Hand, Thea Westreich & Ethan Wagner, New York, USA
Keith Tyson, Supercollider, South London Gallery, London, UK

2001

David Green, The Makeshift Catalogue, University of Brighton
Matthew Collings, Art Crazy Nation: The Post Blimey Art World, 21 Publishing Ltd

2000

Keith Tyson, One of Each, Galerie Ursula Krinzinger, Vienna, Austria
Keith Tyson, Spellbook (Spells 1976-2000), the British Art Show 5, Edimbourg, UK
One of Each, Galerie Ursula Krinzinger, Vienna, Austria
Louisa Buck, Moving Targets 2, A User’s Guide To British Art Now, Tate Publishing, London, UK

1999

Keith Tyson, Molecular Compound No 4, Edition Fink, Zürich, Switzerland
Keith Tyson, Delfina, London, UK

Catalogs

2011

Exhibitionism, East Wing Nine, The Courtauld Institute of Art, London, UK
Space About a Dream, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria
Drawing Projects: An Exploration of the Language of Drawing, Mick Maslen & Jack Southern, Black Dog Publishing

2010

The Library of Babel / In and Out of Place, Zabludowicz Collection, London, UK

2009

Earth: Art Of A Changing World, Royal Academy, London, UK
Walking In My Mind, Hayward Gallery Summer Exhibition, Southbank Centre, UK
Mythologies, Haunch of Venison, London, UK

2008

Beyond Measure, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, UK
Martian Museum of Terrestrial Art, London, UK
Estrados, Murcia, Spain

2007

Oeuvres Encombrantes, Galerie GP & N Vallois, Paris, France
Collection art contemporain, Musée national d'art moderne, Ed. Centre Pompidou, Paris, France
Reconstruction II, Sudeley Castle, UK

2005

Logical Conclusions: 40 Years of Rule-Based Art, Pace Wildenstein Gallery, New York, USA
Dionysiac, exhibition catalog. Musée national d'art moderne, Ed. Centre Pompidou, Paris, France

2004

Central Station, collection Harald Falckenberg, (texts) Laurence Dreyfus and Sophie Delpeux, Ed. Fage, Paris, France
Another Zero, Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Bergame, Italy

2003

Outlook, Athens, Greece
Micro/Macro: British Art 1996-2002, Mucsarnok Kunsthalle, Budapest, Hungary
Talking Pieces, Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen, Germany

2002

Turner Prize Exhibition, Tate Britain, London, UK
Comer o No Comer, Centro de Arte de Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain
Public Affairs, Kunsthaus Zürich, Switzerland
Reality Check, Wharf Road, London, UK
Con Art: Magic/Object Action, Site Gallery, Sheffield, UK
_Iconogarfias Metropolitanas___, 25ème São Paulo Biennial, São Paulo, Brazil
Flights of Reality, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge et Turnpike Gallery, Manchester, UK

2001

Brave New World, Galeria OMR, Mexico City, Mexico
L’effet Larsen – associative networks, OK Centrum fur Gegenwartskunst, Linz Casino-Forum d’Art Contemporain, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Open Plan P3 – The Marathon, Alphadelta Gallery – Artio Gallery, Athens, Greece
Nothing, Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland, UK
The Fantastic Recurrence of Certain Situations: Recent British Art and Photography, Sala de exposiciones del Canal de Isabel II, Madrid, Spain
Berlin Biennale, Berlin, Germany
49 Biennale de Venezia, Venice, Italy
makeshift, University of Brighton Gallery, Brighton, UK

2000

Century City: Art and Culture in the Modern Metropolis, Tate Modern, London, UK
The British Art Show 5, Edimburgh, UK
Over the Edges, SMAK-Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Gand, Belgium
Dream Machines, Hayward Gallery, London, UK

1998

Seeing Time: selection from the Pamela and Richard Kramlich Collection of Media Art, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, USA
Il Luogo degli angeli, San Michele and Museo Laboratorio, San Angelo, Italy
1997
Private Face-Urban Space, Gasworks, Athens, Greece
Guarene Arte 97, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo per l’Arte, Turin, Italy

1996

Surfing Systems, Kasseler Kunstverein, Kassel, Germany
Disneyland after Dark, Uppsala Konstmuseum, Uppsala, Sweden

Press

2013

Helen Sumpter, « Keith Tyson », Art Review n° 67, April 2013
Karen Wright, « In the Studio: Keith Tyson, Artist », The Independent, 15 February
Laura Thornley, « Keith Tyson’s flowery, romantic side : Panta Rhei at Pace Gallery London », One Stop Arts, 8 February
Michaela Freeman, « Tyson’s Blood and Thunder », State, 10 May

2011

Philippe Dagen, « Keith Tyson », Le Monde, n°20679, 17–18 July
n.s., « Voyez grand», version Femina, n°484, 11 July, Paris et moi

2010

Ben Davis, « Keith Tyson shows His Hand at the Pace gallery », Village Voice, November
Ariane Koek, « A Wordful of worlds » CERN Courier, February

2009

n.s., AnOther Magazine, Autumn/Winter
n.s., Aesthetica: The Art & Culture Magazine, October/november
Waldemar Januszczak, « Here Comes the Science! », The Sunday Times, 20 september
n.s., « Guide to Drawing », Guardian Guide, 19 september
Adrian Searle « Critic’s Picks », The Guardian, 15 september
Jonathan Romney, « On Cloud Nine », The Independent on Sunday, 13 september
Sophie Goodwin, « Look Book », Evening Standard, 11 september
Skye Sherwin, « Life, The Universe and Everything », Harper’s Bazaar, september
Helen Sumpter, « Keith Tyson: life, art and everything », Time Out, 10-16 september
Christopher Bedford, « Keith Tyson, BLUM & POE », Artforum, n°1, september
Anne Field, « Step through the minds of artists in must-see Hayward summer show’,
Culture 24 Beta, 1 july
Waldemar Januszczak, « Grow up and think for yourself », The Times, Culture, 28 june
Laura Cumming, « If you could get inside their minds », The Observer, 28 june
Joanna Pitman, « In the windows of your mind », The Times, Times2, 23 june
Charles Darwent, « The Freudian mind is a busy place. Better to keep it simple »,
The Independent on Sunday, 28 june
Alie Ward, An art feast for the senses, LA Times, 28 may
Chris Burke, Liberty, Egality, Modernity, The Financial Times How To Spend It, may  

2008

Adrian Searle, The Guardian G2, « Take me to your Curator » , 6 march
Peter Plagens, Art in America, « Art Sweeptakes », n°3, march, pp. 43-45
Charlotte Higgins, Turner winner wagers all on the web by offering 5,000 of his original works for free, The Guardian, 9 december
Charlotte Higgins, Turner Winner’s greatest gamble: 5,000 of his original works for free, Guardian Online, 9 december
Charlotte Higgins, Keith Tyson downloadable artwork, Guardian Online, 9 december
Charlotte Higgins, Culture Blog, Guardian Online, 9 december
n.s., De-construct designs site for Keith Tyson, Design Week, 13 november
n.s., Keith Tyson boosts his collection with Paolozzi Prints,
The Art Newspaper Frieze Daily, 17 october
Michael Glover, Dramatic « landscapes’ of mind and matter », The Independent, 14 october
Laura Barnett, Portrait of the Artist, The Guardian G2, 16 september
Ken Johnson, Keith Tyson Fractal Dice, The New York Times, 12 september

2007

Marjorie Allthorpe-Guyton, RA Magazine, « Mind Maps », winter
Afifa Akbar, The Independant, « Hirst Persuades Art World’s Biggest Names to go (RED), 5 december
n.s.,The New York Times, « Insider Art », 2 december
Alain Gilbert, Modern Painters, « Keith Tyson LFA », december
Len Horsey, Flux, « Keith Tyson »
Kim Levin, Artnews, « Keith Tyson », november
Fisun Guner Metro, « Keith Tyson: Studio Wall Drawing 1997-2007 », 27 november
BBC Collective, « Wall to Wall », 26 november
John Simpson, Evening Mail, « The ‘Map’ of Furness that will Fetch £1M », 22 november
Charlotte Higginsn The Guardian, « Who’s Shocking Now ? », 8 september
Anthony Haden-Guest, Financial Times, « Altered Stately », 13 july
Richard Cork, Financial Times, « Kingdom of the Unexpected », 13 july
Louise Jury, Evening Standard, « Hirst Sale to Help Children Charity », june
Guardian Blog, « How art can heal », 18 june
Urmee Khan, Wester Daily Press, « Anger Over the Golden Arches of Sudeley », 29 may
Viv Groskop, The Guardian, « Is Art being driven in the Right Direction », 3 may
Charles Darwent, The Independent on Sunday, « Suze is Almost Everything », january

2006

Torben Ribe & Ferdinand Ahm Krag, Art Kopenhagen « Interview Keith Tyson », 2 november
Michael Archer, ArtForum, « Previews », September
Jane Neal, Modern Painters, « Review :Keith Tyson Nature Paintings », september
Francesca Martin, Harpers Bazaar, « Riders on the storm », June
Blair Kamin, Architectural Record, « Hyatt Centre Chiacago, Illinois », 3 june
Morgan Falconer, ArtReview, « Sporting Chance », February
Charles Darwent, The Independant, « Size is Almost Everything », Sunday 7 january
Frédéric Bonnet, Le Journal des Arts, “Tour des galeries. Multidirection”, n°241, 7 july – 7 september, p. 29
Jean-Max Colard, Les Inrockuptibles, « Keith Tyson », n°556, 25-31 july, p. 77
Marguerite Pilven, www.paris-art.com, « Keith Tyson », 28 june
Harry Bellet, Le Monde, « Les chemins complexes de Keith Tyson », 24 june
Ken Bensinger, Artnews, « Thinking Outside the Box », january
Must See Summer Exhibitions, Art Review, juilletCan do Better, The Guardian, 26 june

2005

Rachel Withers, Keith Tyson, Artforum, march
Fisun Guner, Keith Tyson: Geno/Pheno Paintings, Modern Painters, february
Martin Herbert, “Big Bang, Keith Tyson on cause and effect”, Modern Painters, october
Fabian Stech, Kunstforum, « Sex and drugs and rock’n roll », june-august
Martin Herbert, Art Monthly, « Exhibition: Dionysiac », 1er may
Reset, « Dionysiac », 13 april
Flavia Fossa Marguti, Glamour.com, « dov'è finita l'emozione », april
Thomas Schlesser, Art 21, « Dionysiac », n°2, march – april 2005
Claire Szulc, Art 21, « Extraits d'une société confidentielle », march – april
Robert Guinot, La Montagne, « Dionysiac à Beaubourg », 13 march
Muriel Denet, www.paris-art.com, « Dionysiac », 4 march
Anne Bonnin, 02, « Dionysiac », n°33, spring
Judith Benhamou-Huet, Les Echos, « Les Picasso d’aujourd’hui », 18 february
Harry Bellet et Benjamin Roure, Le Monde, « Les Vedettes de l'art trash au Centre Pompidou », 18 february
Geneviève Breerette, Le Monde, « Des figures de l'excès… », 18 february
Philippe Piguet, L’œil, « Dionysac, dans le flux de la vie », 1er february
Nicolas Thély, En ville, « Dream Team Déchaînée », n°4, february
Chinanetworks.com, « Centre Pompidou presents Dionysiac »

2004

De leur temps, collections privées françaises, ADIAF, Musée des Beaux-Arts, Tourcoing, pp. 310-311
Marcus Verhagen, Art Monthly, « Keith Tyson » , december 2004 – january 2005
Peter Chapman, The Independent, « Keith Tyson: Geno/Pheno Paintings », 27 november
Nick Hackworth, Evening Standard,« Double-take on creativity », , 16 november
Serena Davies, Daily Telegraph, « Empty games with genetics », 11 november
John Russell Taylor, The Times, « Read all about it », 10 november
Tom Lubbock, The Independent, « It’s a game of two halves », 9 november
Charles Darwent, The Independent, « X Plus Y equals how to state the blinkin' obvious »_, 7 november
Fisun Guner, Métro, « There’s method in the madness », 4 november
Adrian Searle, The Guardian, « Keith Tyson takes his chances », 3 november
Nick Hackworth, Dazed and Confused, « A man apart: Keith Tyson », november
Paul Farley, Art Review, « Endings and beginnings », november
Louisa Buck, RA Magazine, « New masters », Winter
Harry Bellet, Le Monde, « L’art fait recette à la foire Frieze de Londres », 18 october
Times Online, « Art Riddle Competition », 18 october
Jack Malvern, The Times, « A Work of Art it’s OK to be Puzzled by », 16 october
Peter Aspden, Financial Times, « Heady Times for the Biggest Company Art Fair », 15 october
Nick Hackworth, Evening Standard, « The Fun of the Art Fair »,15 october
Charlotte Higgins, The Guardian, « Frieze in the Frame,Art Scene Booming as Show Draws 150Exhibitors from Around World », 15 october
Michael Archer, Parkett, « Primordial Soups », n° 71
Ethan Wagner and Keith Tyson, Parkett, « A Conversation », n° 71
Hans Rudolph Reust, Parkett, « Fabulous Art », n° 71
Niru Ratnam, Tank, « Iron Keith », Volume 3, Issue 11, october

2003

Tony Barrell, Sunday Times Magazine, « Rising to the Equation », 30 november
Michael Bond, New Scientist, « Interview », 20 september
Michael Binyon,The Times, « Deface of the nation », 18 april
Eric Mangion, Art Press, « Keith Tyson, Collected Short Stories », n°295, november
Simon Letellier, Mixte, « Maths Modernes », september
The Guardian, « Fat and capital as dynamic systems », 9 january
The Guardian 2, cover, 9 january

2002

Jorg Heiser, Suddeutsche Zeitung, « Der Denker », 10 december
G. T., Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, « Humor, logisch », 10 december
Matthias Thibaut, Der Tagesspiegel, « Beim barte des propheten », 10 december
Barbara Schurenberg, Die Welt, « Die molekule triumphieren über den bullshit », 10 december
Rachel Campbell-Johnston, The Times, « The shock of the now », 10 december
Andrew Renton, Evening Standard, « Turner Prize attention is focused on Keith Tyson’s… »,10 december
Adrian Searle, The Guardian, « Accessible yet incomprehensible », 9 december
Fiachra Gibbons, The Guardian, « The wacky boffin of art takes Turner Prize with dotty diagrams », 9 december
Rachel Campbell-Johnston, The Times, « Artist plugs enthusiasm into decade of irony », 9 december
David Lister, The Independent, « After all the controversy, Turner Prize goes to artistic thinker », 9 december
Daily Express, « Painter wins top art prize », 9 december
Luke Leith, Evening Standard, « Turner winner attacks minister », 9 december
Metro, « Humming obelisk wins Turner Prize », 9 december
James Orr et Charlotte Gill, The Daily Mail, « The very best of British art : a big black box that hums », 9 december
Nigel Reynolds, The Daily Telegraph, « A custard pie for Serota as Turner Prize winner named », 9 december
BBC News, « Keith Tyson wins Turner », 9 december
Financial Times, « 'Science' painter wins Turner Prize », 9 december
Kate Bush, Artforum, « Best of 2002 », december
John Walsh, The Independent Magazine, « Renaissance Men », 30 november
Kultureflash, « Artworker of the week », n° 24, 19 november
Sarah Kent, Time Out, « A good Turner », 6 – 13 november
Amber Cowan, The Times, « Amber Cowan’s choice », 2 – 8 november
John Mc Ewen, The Sunday Telegraph, « More than meets the eye », 3 november
Laura Cumming, The Observer Review, « Don’t shoot the medium », 3 november
Matthias Thibaut, Der Tagesspiegel, « Freier Flug ins Nichts », 31 october
Rachel Campbell-Johnston, The Times, « No painting and no genius for £20 000 », 31 october
Dalya Alberge, The Times, « Turner jury sees art in the most ordinary places », 31 october
Nigel Reynolds, The Daily Telegraph, « Fog, chicken and porn: it’s Turner prize time again », 31 october
Kevin O’ Sullivan, Daily Mirror, « Head-Turner », 30 october
Louise Jury, The Independent, « Turner Prize show off the art of controversy (again) », 30 october
Nigel Reynolds, The Daily Telegraph, « Turner Prize exhibition makes art a dirty word », 30 october
Adrian Searle, The Guardian, « Badly drawn words », 30 october
Fiachra Gibbons, The Guardian, « Air sickness overtakes porn in Turner stakes », 30 october
Rachel Campbell-Johnston, The Times, « The People’s Prize », 30 october
Dalya Alberge, The Times, « Behold the front page : Times is Turner favorite », 30 october
Adrian Searle, The Guardian, « New blood from a wary generation », 30 october
Emily Bearn, The Sunday Telegraph Magazine, « An accident waiting to happen », 20 october
Angelique Chirsafis, The Guardian, « No painters among Turner Prize nominees », 31 may
Anthony Thorncroft, Financial Times, « Year of the thirtysomethings », 31 may
Georgina Littlejohn, Métro, « Can you guess what it is yet? It’s Turner time », 31 may
Michael Glover, The Independent, « The message from the shortlist : painting is dead, but invention is alive », 31 may
David Lister, The Independent, « Chicken cast in lead, photographs of toilets and pornography. Yes, it’s Turner Prize time again… », 31 may
Brian Sewell, Evening Standard, « Brian Sewell is impressed », 30 may
Martin Delgado, Evening Standard, « Kentucky Fried Turner », 30 may
Barbara Basting, Tages Anzeiger, « Eine Poetik des Zufalls », 24 april
Philipp Meier, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, « Von der Prähistorie zur Apokalypse », 22 april
Der Zürcher Oberlander, « Breites Spektrum dreier Gestaltender », 20 april
Isolde Schaffter – Wieland, Schweizer illustrierte, « Kunst als Denkschau », 15 april
Gavin Wade, Tank, « Genome phenome expander – Keith Tyson »
Flash Art, « The Larsen Effect », march – april
Mark Beasley, Art Monthly, « Keith Tyson », n° 254, march
Alex Farquharson, Frieze, « Keith Tyson, South London Gallery », n°66, march
Michael Archer, Artforum, « Keith Tyson », march
Stephanie Douet, a-n magazine, « Flights of Reality », march
Rachel Withers, Artforum online, « Critic Picks », février – march
Cristina Ruiz, The Art Newspaper, « Keith Tyson – Supercollider », february
Sue Hubbard, Contemporary, february
Rachel Campbell Johnston, The Times, « Five best London shows », 2 – 8 february
Richard Cork, The Times, « Five best London shows », 26 janvier – 1 february
Mark Wilsher, What’s On in London, « Appliance of Science », 9 january
Helen Sumpter, Evening Standard, « Hot Tickets », 11 january
Jessica Lack, The Guardian, « The Guide », 12 january
Helen Sumpter, The Big Issue, « The Alchemist », 14 – 20 january
Martin Gayford, The Daily Telegraph, « Where the banal and the bizarre collide », 16 january
Marcus Field, The Independent on Sunday, « Get your theorems out for the lads », 20 january
The Guardian, « Picks of the week », 28 january
Charles Darwent, Metro Life, « Brush with the universe », 23 january
Waldemar Januszczek, The Sunday Times, « Art », 20 january
Nick Hackworth, Evening Standard, « Journey into space », 17 january

2001

Modern Painters, « Keith Tyson », Winter 2001
Morgan Falconer, The Royal Academy Magazine, « Parallel Universes », autumn
Stella Sevastopoulou, Athens News, « After the British Storm », 26 october
Heinz-Norbert Jocks, Kunstforum International, « Alles, was zum Menschen
gehört-Gespräche mit Harald Szeeman », Bd.156, August – october
Kate Bush, Kunstforum International, « Keith Tyson », August – october
FRAME, « Keith Tyson », Biennale de Venise, 8 août – september
Mark Godfrey, Untitled, « Venice Biennale », Summer
Ivanmaria Vele and Nicola Carignani, Boiler Magazine, « An enjoyable Tour of the Venice « Biennale », 23 june
Ken Besinger, The Wall Street Journal, « View in Venice, Buy at Basel », 15 june
Rachel Withers, Artforum, « A thousand words: Keith Tyson talks about his seven wonders of the world », april
Dawn Fulcher, Contemporary Visual Arts, « Makeshift », n°33
Martin Herbert, Art Review, « Human Mind Mapper », december – january
Charles Darwent, Modern Painters, « Life, the Universe & Everything – a hitchhiker’s guide to Keith Tyson », Winter (+ cover)
Matthew Collings, 21 Publishing LTD, « Art crazy nation: the post blimey art world »,

2000

Louisa Buck, Evening Standard Magazine, « The next big thing – art », 22 december
Sacha Craddock, Tema Celeste, « Art between politics and glamour », july – september
Samantha Ellis, The Evening Standard, « Studio wall drawings », 2 june
Matthew Collings, Observer Guide to British Art, may
Time Out Guide to British Art, may
Ian Hunt, Art Monthly, « British art show 5 », may
Judith Palmer, The Independent on Sunday, « Hubble, bubble, toil and trouble », 6 april
Martin Herbert, Time Out, 24 – 31 may
Duncan McLaren, The Independent on Sunday, « Keith Tyson », 28 may
Judith Palmer, The Independent on Sunday, « Hubble, bubble, toil and trouble », 6 april
Louisa Buck, « Moving targets 2, a user’s guide to British art now », Tate Publishing, London

1999

Michael Archer, Art Monthly, « Keith Tyson – Kleines Helmhaus, Zurich », october
Alix Sharkey, Evening Standard Magazine, « Artful rockers », 6 august
Sacha Craddock, Untitled, « Decisions, decisions », n°19, summer
James Hall, Artforum, « Keith Tyson », summer
Louisa Buck, Evening Standard Magazine, « Look out, Damien »,18 june
Esquire, « Production Lines », may
Entretien de Louisa Buck, The Art Newspaper, n°91, april
Andrew Gellatly, Frieze, « It’s a curse, it’s a burden », n°45, march – april
Simon Grant, The Guardian Guide, « Keith Tyson », 20 – 26 march
Louisa Buck, The Art Newspaper, « Our choice of London contemporary galleries », n°88, january
Simon Morissey, Contemporary Visual Arts, « Keith Tyson », issue 23

1998

Dave Beech, Everything 2:3, « Another Tyson ear bending »

1997

David Burrows, Art Monthly, « Low maintenance & high precision », september
Martin Herbert, Time Out, « Low maintenance and high precision », august
Dave Beech, Art Monthly, « Keith Tyson », june
Martin Herbert, Time Out, « Keith Tyson », 21 – 28 may
David Barrett, Art Monthly, « Dissolution », april
ID Magazine, « Keith Tyson », january
Kate Bush, Guarene Arte 97, « Keith Tyson », Ed. Fondazione Sandretto Re
Rebaudengo per l’Arte, Turin, Italy

1996

Jim McClellan, The Guardian, « The art of the implausible », 31 october
Adrian Searle, Time Out, « Keith Tyson », september
Peter Schauer, Art Review, « Britpack’s brilliant bargains », autumn
Glenn Brown, BombMagazine, « The Artmachine », autumn
Jerry Saltz, Time Out New York, « Keith Tyson », july
Grace Glueck, The New York Times, « Keith Tyson », 19 july
Olaf Furniss, ID, « Weird art », april
Rosanna Negrotti, What’s On, « Pandemonium », 27 march
Jonathan Romney, The Guardian, « The in crowd », 13 march
n.s., Evening Standard, « Oxygen of publicity », Londoner’s diary, 7 march
Sarah Kent, Time Out, « Video Games », march
Sean Dower, Zap Video Magazine, « Video review (Keith Tyson)», spring
Emily Tsingou, Zingmagazine, « Night and Day », spring
Louisa Buck, Artforum, « Silver Scene »,spring
Nick Haughton, Mute, n°5
Sacha Craddock, The Times, « Around the galleries »

1995

Adrian Searle, Time Out, « Keith Tyson », 12-19 july
n.s., The Times, « Keith Tyson », 10 july
Stuart Morgan, Frieze, « The future’s not what it used to be », n°21, march – april
Simon Grant, Art Monthly, « Institute of cultural anxiety », february
Richard Dorment, The Daily Telegraph, « Science Friction », 11 january
William Faever, The Observer Review, « A strange ghetto of allusions », 8 january
David Beech, Artifice, « Strange company the Brady Bunch movie and Keith Tyson », n°3

1994

Adrian Searle, Time Out, september

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