Ellen Harvey

1967

Born Farnborough, Kent, U.K. Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

EDUCATION

1998–99

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, Independent Study Program

1993

Yale Law School, New Haven, Connecticut, J.D.

1990

Hochschule der Künste, Berlin, Germany, no degree

1989

Harvard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts, A.B. summa cum laude

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2022

The Tourist, Laznia Centre for Contemporary Art, Gdansk, Poland (upcoming)

2021

The Disappointed Tourist, Museum der Moderne, Salzburg, Austria (upcoming)

The Tourists: Ellen Harvey & J.M.W. Turner, Turner Contemporary, Margate, U.K.

2020

The Painting as Ornament, the Ornament as Painting, Locks Gallery, Philadelphia

2019

The Disappointed Tourist, The Suburban, Milwaukee

2017

Ornaments and other Refrigerator Magnets, The Children’s Museum of the Arts, New York

Nostalgia, Danese/Corey, New York

2015

The Museum of Ornamental Leaves and Other Monochromatic Collections, Locks Gallery, Philadelphia

Metal Painting, Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia

2014

The Unloved, Groeninge Museum, Bruges, Belgium

Arcade/Arcadia, Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences, Charleston, West Virginia

What Is Missing?, Meessen De Clercq, Brussels

2013

The Alien’s Guide to the Ruins of Washington D.C., Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

2012

Ex/Change Your Luck, Art Production Fund: The Cosmopolitan, Las Vegas

Arcade/Arcadia, Locks Gallery, Philadelphia

2010

The Nudist Museum, Bass Museum of Art, Miami

Picturesque Pictures, Galerie Gebr. Lehmann, Berlin

The Doppleganger Collections, Galerie Magnus Müller, Berlin

The Room of Sublime Wallpaper, Art Production Fund Lab, New York

2009

Empty Collections, Meessen De Clercq, Brussels

Ruins Are More Beautiful, Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw

2008

Private Collections, Locks Gallery, Philadelphia

2007

The Museum of Failure, Luxe Gallery, New York

2006

Beautiful/Ugly, Galerie Magnus Müller, Berlin

Broken Mirror, Galerie Gebr. Lehmann, Dresden

2005

Mirror, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia

2003

New Is Old, Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw

Context Is Everything, Müllerdechiara Gallery, Berlin

A Whitney for the Whitney at Philip Morris, Whitney Museum at Philip Morris, New York

2001

I See Myself in You, De Chiara Gallery, New York

Low-Tech Special Effects, Marella Arte Contemporanea, Milan

2000

Painting Is a Low-Tech Special Effect, De Chiara/Stewart Gallery, New York

1999

Some Polaroid Paintings, Stefan Stux Gallery, New York

1998

Ellen Harvey, Alexandre de Folin Gallery, New York

PUBLIC COMMISSIONS

2021

Mirror Grove (with Blane de St. Croix), Jackson West Hospital, FL

2019

Green Map, San Francisco Airport, San Francisco

Network, South Station, Boston

Atlantis, Miami Beach Convention Center, Miami Beach, FL

2013

Repeat, St. Amelberga Church, Bossuit, Belgium

You Are Here (with Jan Baracz), Philadelphia International Airport

Reforestation, Internal Revenue Service, Andover, Massachusetts

Mathematical Star, Marcy Plaza, Brooklyn

2012

Fossils, Internal Revenue Service, Andover, Massachusetts

2011

The Forest of Parnassus, University of California, San Francisco

2009

Home of the Stars, Yankee Stadium Metro-North Station, Bronx, New York

2007

Commuter Carpet, Francisco Station, Chicago

2005

Look Up Not Down, Queens Plaza MTA Station, Long Island City, New York

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2021

When the Bough Breaks, Rosemary Duffy Larson Gallery, Broward College, Davie, FL (upcoming)

Off Kilter, 601 Artspace, New York

Taking Space: Contemporary Women Artists, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia

2020

When the Bough Breaks, HUB-Robeson Center, Penn State, University Park, PA

When the Bough Breaks, Marketview Arts, York College, PA

Life During Wartime, University of South Florida Art Museum, Tampa, FL

2019

Weather Report, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT

When the Bough Breaks, Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, PA

In Ruins, Meadowarts: Whitley Court, Great Whitley, U.K.

2018

Art Prospect, St. Petersburg, Russia

Island Universe, Project 59, Governors Island, NY

‘Scape, Danese / Corey, New York

2017

Holiday Show, Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

Freimütig, Galerie Gebr. Lehmann, Dresden, Germany

Really, Wilding Cran, Los Angeles, CA

Haus-Warming . . . Settling In, De Chiara Projects, Stone Ridge, NY

Post-Election, September, Hudson, NY

2016

From Generation to Generation, The Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco

Palimpsest, 6MonthSpace, New York

Art Prospect, A. S. Popov Museum of Communications, St. Petersburg, Russia

Summer of 2016, Locks Gallery, Philadelphia

2015

Anthropocene, Meessen De Clercq, Brussels

The Museum Imagined, Danese/Corey, New York

The Return of City Maze, Wallworks, NY, New York

A Weekend in the Country, Magnan Metz, New York

Et in Arcadia Ego–Weltchaos & Idylle, Museum Kurhaus Kleve, Germany

When You Cut into the Future, the Present Leaks Out, No Longer Empty: Old Bronx Courthouse, Bronx, NY   

Sight Unseen: Ellen Harvey & Ena Swansea, Locks Gallery, Philadelphia

2014

Pierogi XX, Pierogi, Brooklyn

An Unfalsified Lie, Emergent, Veurne, Belgium

Sargent’s Daughters, Sargent’s Daughters, New York

Thank You, Dodge Gallery, New York

Once Upon a Time, There Was the End, Center for Book Arts, New York

2013

Time Will Tell (part 2), Meadowarts: Croft Castle, Yarpole, U.K.

2012

Imaginary Travels, ArtPod, Berlin

Bad for You, Shizaru Gallery, London

Peekskill Project, Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Hudson, New York

The Picture of Dorian Grey, Ana Cristea Gallery and Second Guest, New York

Time Will Tell (part 1), Meadowarts: Croft Castle, Yarpole, U.K.

Arcadian Boxes, Siakos-Hanappe Gallery, Athens

Perpetual Conceptual: Echoes of Eugenia Butler, LAND, West Hollywood, California

Mirror, Mirror, Airplane Gallery, Brooklyn

2011

SuperVision, Locks Gallery, Philadelphia

Museum Show (part 1), Arnolfini, Bristol, U.K.

Belvedere, Hans Arp Museum, Remagen, Germany

ShakeDown, Dodge Gallery, New York

Magical Consciousness, Arnolfini, Bristol, U.K.

Dust to Settle, Cuchifritos, New York

Revealed, Turner Contemporary, Margate, U.K.

Alpine Desire, Austrian Cultural Forum, New York

2010

The Bourgeois Interior, Roger Raveel Museum, Machelen aan de Leie, Belgium

The Natural Order of Things: Ellen Harvey & Jason Middlebrook, Dodge Gallery, New York

Bewahrung und Verfall, Deutsches Technikmuseum, Berlin

Objects Are Like They Appear, Meessen De Clercq, Brussels

Self and Family, Charlotte Jackson Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico

The Fifth Genre, Galerie Lelong, New York

Pastiche: When a Tree Falls in the Forest, Sølyst Sculpture Park, Jyderup, Denmark

Calling Beauty, Bureau for Open Culture, Columbus, Ohio

2009

The Picturesque Reconsidered, MARTA, Herford, Germany

The Picturesque Reconsidered, S.M.A.K., Ghent

Alive, Luxe Gallery, New York

2008

Two Places at One Time, Museo de Arte de Ponce, Puerto Rico

Thoreau Reconsidered, Concord Art Association, Concord, Massachusetts

2008 Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

Something from Nothing, Contemporary Art Center, New Orleans

2007

Delicatessen, Schmidt Gallery, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida

Places, Luxe Gallery, New York

Generation 1.5, Queens Museum of Art, Queens, New York

Thoreau Reconsidered, Wave Hill, Bronx, New York

You Won’t Feel a Thing, Wyspa Institute of Art, Gdansk, Poland

Unsung, Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, New York

2006

You Won’t Feel a Thing, Kunsthaus Dresden, Dresden, Germany

What a Great Space You Have, Luxe Gallery, New York

Flaming June, Spanierman Contemporary, New York

Pixel Visions, The Visual Arts Gallery, University of Alabama, Birmingham

Berlin/NewYork, ArtMbassy, Berlin

Places Real & Imagined, Al-Hamra Arts Council, Lahore, Pakistan

Picturing Florida, Schmidt Gallery, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida

 Eigenheim, Kunstverein, Göttingen, Germany

Heile Welt, Kupferstich-Kabinett, Dresden

Sublime, Luxe Gallery, New York

Singular, Galerie SE, Bergen, Norway

2005

Next Next Art, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn

Home, Crawford Municipal Gallery, Cork, Ireland

It’s Not About Sex, Luxe Gallery, New York

759 Running Feet, Gwangju Art Museum, Gwangju, South Korea

Polaroid als Geste, Museum für Photographie, Braunschweig, Germany

Freespace Limburg, Z33, Hasselt, Belgium

2004

Screen Spirit, Städische Galerie, Bremen, Germany

Interventions, Fine Arts Center, Bowling Green, Ohio

Viewing Images of Peculiar Origins, Kunstmühle, Mürsbach, Germany

Young Americans, Galerie SE, Bergen, Norway

Health and Safety, Wyspa Institute of Art, Gdansk, Poland

Dreamland Artist Club, Creative Time: Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York

A araneia. A coleccion, Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea, Santiago de Compostela, Spain

One in a Million, Austrian Cultural Forum, New York

Notes on Renewed Appropriationisms, The Project, Los Angeles

2003

Supereal, Marella Arte Contemporanea, Milan

Flix, Rubicon Gallery, Dublin

Harlem Postcards, Studio Museum in Harlem, New York

In Practice, Sculpture Center, Long Island City, New York

Prague Biennial: Supereal, National Museum, Prague

2002

Juegos de Escala, Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea, Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Shuffling the Deck, Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, New Jersey

After Matisse/Picasso, MoMA P.S.1, Long Island City, New York

Moving Faces, Outline, Amsterdam

637 Running Feet: Black-and-White Wall Drawings by 14 Artists, Queens Museum of Art, Queens, NY

Freespace 4, Z33, Hasselt, Belgium

Painting as Paradox, Artists Space, New York

Thresholding, SMART Project Space, Amsterdam

Hier ist Dort 2, Secession, Vienna

2001

Against the Wall, Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia

Art Transplant, British Consulate, New York

Made in the Shade, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, New York

The Brewster Project, Brewster, New York

Screen, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York

First Person Singular, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, Washington

Strangers/Étrangers, Clocktower Gallery, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, New York

In/SITE/Out, Apex Art, New York

Lecture Lounge vols. 1 & 2, Clocktower Gallery, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, New York

Serial Number, Gale Gates et al., Brooklyn

2000

Where Are All the People?, De Chiara/Stewart Gallery, New York

Brooklyn Zoo, Musée d’Arte Moderne, Sainte-Etienne, France, and Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Germany

Environmentally Concerned II, Bronx River Art Center, Bronx, New York

Face-à-Face, Kunstpanorama, Lucerne

Porträt, Kunsthaus Erfurt, Erfurt, Germany

Paint on Paint, Galerie Martina Detterer, Frankfurt, Germany

North America, Gwangju Biennale, Gwangju, South Korea

1999

Surface Tension, Art in General, New York

Parking, Mayday Productions: Highbridge Park, New York

1998

Portrait, AU Base Gallery, New York

American Living, Hereart, New York

13, Alexandre de Folin Gallery, New York

1997

Water, Hereart, New York

Current Undercurrent: Working in Brooklyn, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn

AWARDS / RESIDENCIES

2020

Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship

2019

George A. & Eliza Gardener Howard Foundation Fellowship

2016

Wivina Demeester Prize for Commissioned Public Art, Belgium

John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship

CEC Arts Link residency, St. Petersburg, Russia

2012

Artist in Residence, Art Production Fund at the Cosmopolitan, Las Vegas

2010

Public Art Year in Review Award, Public Art Network, Baltimore

2007

Pennies from Heaven Grant, The New York Community Trust, New York

2005

Residency, Sirius Arts Centre, Cobh, Ireland

2004

Emerging Artist Grant, Rema Hort Mann Foundation, New York

Artist in Residence Award, Palm Beach Cultural Council, Florida

Philadelphia Exhibitions Initiative Award, Pew Charitable Trust, Philadelphia

2003

Art in General Residency, AIR Laboratory, Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw

2002

Emerge 2003, Aljira, Newark

Lily Auchincloss Foundation Fellowship, New York Foundation for the Arts, New York

2001

Independent Project Grant, Artists Space, New York

2000

National Studio Program, MoMA P.S.1, Long Island City, New York

Residency, ART/OMI, Omi, New York

1997

Artist’s Grant, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, Vermont

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

2021

Hoffman, Thilo. Artist Portrait. Artbook (upcoming)

2020

Orvell, Miles. Empire of Ruins. Oxford: Oxford University Press

Berger, Julia et al. “Eitelkeit der Eitelkeiten” from Superbia. Rhein-Kreiss Neuss: Sinsteden Cultural Center

2019

Klein, Richard. Weather Report (exhibition catalog). Ridgefield, CT: Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art

 Bell, Nicholas, ed. Conversations with Turner (exhibition catalog). Milan: Skira & Mystic Seaport Museum

2018

Gil, Iker, Samuelson, Tim & Lopez, Ruth. Elevated: Art & Architecture of the CTA. Chicago: Chicago Transit Authority

Til-Holger Borchert. Liquid City: Bruges: Stichting Kunstboek

Green, Alison. When Artists Curate: Contemporary Art and the Exhibition as Medium. London: Reaktion Books

2016

Galpin, Pierre-Francois & Siegel, Lily, et al., From Generation to Generation. San Francisco: Contemporary Jewish Museum

2015

Huldisch, Henriette & Budak, Adam. Ellen Harvey: The Museum of Failure. New York: G. R. Miller & Co. 

Wei, Lilly. The Museum Imagined. New York: Danese/Corey

Berg, Margot. A Guide to Philadelphia’s Public Art. Philadelphia: City of Philadelphia Office of Arts

Figner, Susanne and Kunde, Harald, ed. Et in Arcadia Ego–Weltchaos & Idylle. Kleve, Germany: Museum Kurhaus Kleve

2014

Bloodworth, Sandra, and William Ayres. New York’s Underground Art Museum. New York: MTA Arts for Transit

Rosebrock, Tessa et al. Ellen Harvey: The Unloved. Veurne, Belgium: Hannibal

2013

Laenen, Katrien et. al. ed., Art by Commission:  2006 – 2013. Brussels:  Vlams Bouwmeester

Louden, Sharon, ed. Living and Sustaining a Creative Life. Bristol, U.K. and Chicago: Intellect

Mayer, Gabriel et al. Architecture, Glass, Art—Franz Mayer of Munich. Munich: Hirmer Verlag

Silver, Shelly. What I Know about Penises. Paris: Onestar Press

2012

Solomon, Mike. Bad for You. London: Shizaru Gallery

2011

Ede, Siân, et al., Revealed: Turner Contemporary Opens. Margate, U.K.: Turner Contemporary

Heidemann, Christine, et al. Belvedere. Bielefeld, Germany: Kerber Verlag

Howells, Richard, and Joaquim Negreiros. Visual Culture. Cambridge, U.K.: Polity Press

Husselein-Arco, Agnes, and William Stover. Alpine Desire. Vienna: Ferdinand Berger & Sohne

Laenen, Katrien, et al. Cahier 3: Open baarheid. Brussels: Vlaams Bouwmeester

2010

Alonzo, Pedro, and Alex Baker. Viva la Revolución, Berkeley: Gingko Press; San Diego: Museum of Contemporary Art

Seno, Ethel, ed. Trespass: Uncommissioned Public Art. Cologne: Taschen

Voorhies, James. Calling Beauty. Columbus: Bureau for Open Culture and Columbus College of Art and Design

Willis, Deborah, et al. Harlem: A Century in Images. New York: Skira Rizzoli International and Studio Museum in Harlem

2009

Finkelpearl, Tom, and Valerie Smith. Generation 1.5. Queens. New York: Queens Museum of Art

Harvey, Ellen. Observations Relative Chiefly to Picturesque Beauty. Ghent: S.M.A.K.

Jacobs, Steven, and Frank Maes. Pittoresk. Herford, Germany: MARTa Herford

Jacobs, Steven, and Frank Maes. Beyond the Picturesque. Ghent, Belgium: S.M.A.K.

Battenfield, Jackie. The Artist’s Guide: How to Make A Living Doing What You Love. New York: Hachette

2008

Huldisch, Henriette, and Shamim Momin. Whitney Biennial 2008. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art

Independent Study Program: 40 Years. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art

Momin, Shamin, and Adam Weinberg. Whitney Museum of American Art at Altria. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press

Ruiz, Rosa Torres. Naturaleza Intervenida. Seville: Junta de Adalucia

2007

Pasternak, Anne and Lucy Lippard. Creative Time: The Book. New York: Princeton Architectural Press

Price, Renee, ed. Gustav Klimt. London/New York: Prestel Publishing

Szylak, Aneta. You Won’t Feel a Thing. Berlin: Verbrecher Verlag

West, Paige. The Art of Buying Art. New York: Harper Collins

2006

Baker, Alex, and Shamim Momin. Ellen Harvey: Mirror. Philadelphia: Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts

Bloodworth, Sandra, and William Ayres. Along the Way: MTA Arts for Transit. New York: Monacelli Press

2005

Finkelpearl, Tom, et al. 759 Running Feet. Queens, New York: Queens Museum of Art; Gwangju, South

Korea: Gwangju Art Museum

Harvey, Ellen. New York Beautification Project. New York: G. R. Miller & Co. 

Kröncke, Meike, et al. Polaroid als Geste. Ostfildern-Ruit, Germany: Hatje Cantz Verlag

2004

Burns, Kelly. I NY: New York Street Art. Berlin: Die Gestalten Verlag

Clausen, Barbara, et al. One in a Million. New York: Austrian Cultural Forum

2003

Firstenberg, Lauri. Supereal. Milan: Marella Arte Contemporanea

Prague Biennale 1: Peripheries Become the Center. Milan: Politi

Tsai, Eugene. Shuffling the Deck: The Collection Reconsidered. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Art Museum

2002

Atwan, Robert. Convergences. Boston/London: Bedford/St. Martin’s

Firstenberg, Lauri. Painting as Paradox. New York: Artists Space

Herkenhoff, Paulo. Strangers/Étrangers: P.S.1 National and International Studio Program 2001. New York: MoMA P.S.1   

Howells, Richard. Visual Culture: An Introduction. Cambridge, U.K.: Polity Press

Pohlen, Annelie. Hier ist Dort 2. Vienna: Secession

2001

Sandler, Irving. Art Transplant: British Artists in New York. Hong Kong: CA Design

2000

Man + Space: Kwangju Biennale 2000. Kwangju, South Korea: Kwangju Biennale Foundation

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

2021

Lopez, Ruth. The Places You Can’t Go: Ellen Harvey, The Art Newspaper, April 20

Edwards, Rhiannon. Postcards from Our Collective Memory. The Margate Mercury, Spring

2020

Bury, Louis. Getting Your Weather Report at the Museum. Hyperallegic. February 15

McNerney, Pam. A Way of Looking at the World. . .  ZIP06, January 22

 Burns-Fusaro, Nancy. Mystic Seaport to hold Tea with Turner. January 9

2019

Stoilas, Helen. From Miami to Margate. The Art Newspaper, December 7.

Harris, Gareth. Swimming in Public Money. Financial Times, December 5

Cunningham, Lisa. Artists and Poets Take on Nature. Pittsburgh City Paper, December 2

Huldisch, Henriette. Best of 2019. Art Forum, December

J.M.W. Turner Sails at Mystic Seaport Museum. Art and Antiques, October 8

Mirror Networks: An Interview with Ellen Harvey. Sculpture Magazine, May 24

WTS-Boston unveils Public Art. High Profile, May 16

To the Trained Eye. Boston Herald, May 14

Friedman, Yael. Why Miami Beach Spent Big on Public Art. City Lab, May 7

Castiglione, Adam. Mosaic Map Going in at South Station. Universal Hub, April 24

McCaughan, Sean. Miami Beach Convention Center Unveils its New Public Art. The Big Bubble, April 16

Najjar, Christina. Miami Beach Convention Center Unveils. Ocean Drive Magazine, April 12

Gulliksen, Josie. Meet the $7 Million Collection of Public Art. Miami New Times, April 11

Scott, Chadd. Miami Beach Announces Major Site-Specific Artworks Coming to Convention Center. Forbes, February 19

Clayton, Schuster. Miami Beach Announces a 7M Spend on Public Art by Ellen Harvey, Joseph Kosuth and others. Observer, February 19

2018

Castillo, David. Miami’s art scene. The Art Newspaper, December 7

Croghan, Lore. Take A Stroll on Marcy Avenue. Brooklyn Daily Eagle, November 21

Ellen Harvey: New York Beautification Project. Lincoln Center Review, Fall, No. 72

Owen, David. Lost Art Dept. The New Yorker, September 3

Costello, Amy. Charity Art Auctions. Nonprofit Quarterly, April 27

Swenson, Kristen. Ellen Harvey at Danese/Corey. Art in America, March 1

2017

Sava, Kenn. Ellen Harvey’s Global Beautification Project. Nitehawk.com, December 26

Miller, Nicole. Ellen Harvey: Nostalgia. The Brooklyn Rail, December 19

Volk, Gregory. An Artist’s Light-Filled Tribute to Turner. Hyperallergic, November 18

Valdez, Sarah. Ellen Harvey’s New Show is Solid Gold. Garage Vice, November 2

Diaz, Eva. Bubbles, Fabric and the Common People. Harvard Design Magazine, October

Kunitz, Daniel. Fresh Direct. Cultured, August

2016

Wood, Sura.  “Repositories of Memory.” Bay Area Reporter, December 8

Schwob, Olivia. Art is a Dark Mirror. Harvard Magazine, May – June

 Books in Print. Ellen Harvey. Yale Law Report, Summer

 Hunter, Becky Huff. Ellen Harvey: Barnes Foundation & Locks Gallery. Frieze, March

 Buell, Spencer. Boston women, geography inspired South Station project’s artist. Metro, February 25

2015

Lewis, Susan. Albert Barnes’ Attraction to Metal Works. WRTI.com, December 28

Cohen, David. Ellen Harvey at the Barnes Foundation. Artcritical.com, December 13

Six Artists Picked to Show Works at Renovated Miami Beach Convention Center. Miami Herald, December 2

Hine, Thomas. Barnes Goes Elemental with Iron. Philadelphia Inquirer, October 18

Idrisek, Scott. Bum Curves & Hinges. Modern Painters, September

Hamer, Katy Diamond. Ellen Harvey at the Barnes Foundation. EyesTowardstheDove.com, September 28

 Nagle, Aubrey. Heavy Metal. Philly Voice, September 16

Crimmins, Peter. What hath Barnes wrought. Newsworks, September 16

Watch as Ellen Harvey goes Heavy Metal at the Barnes Foundation. Artnet.com, August 28

Castro, Jan Garden. In the Studio with Ellen Harvey. Sculpture Magazine, August 5

Idrisek, Scott. Ellen Harvey Irons out the Barnes Foundation. Blouinartinfo.com, June 18

12 Must-See Museum Shows of 2015. Modern Painters, January

2014

Debruyne, Johan. Ellen Harvey Houdt Brugge Een Spiegel Vorr. H ART, November 27

Landi, Ann. The Art That Made Artists Artists. Art News, May

Sutton, Benjamin. Thank You at DODGE gallery. Artnet.com, April 24

Van Synghel, Koen. Kerk Wordt Levende Ruïne. De Standaard, March 11

Wolff, Rachel. Science Friction. Art News, March

Landi, Ann. When Is an Artwork Finished? Art News, February

Kamps, Louisa. The Big Turn-On. Elle, January

2013

Plotz, David. Alien’s Guide to the Ruins of Washington D.C. Slate.com, October 3

 Pendle, George. Alien’s Guide to the Ruins of Washington D.C. Frieze, October

Cembalest, Robin. D.C. for E.T.s: Sci-Fi Archeology for the Corcoran. ArtNews.com, August

Ureña, Leslie J. Picks: Ellen Harvey. Artforum.com, August

Fazeli Fard, Maggie. Art Exhibits Inspired by Science, Medicine. Washington Post, July 29

Maas, Jennifer. D.C. Sightseeing Through Alien Eyes. Washington Post, July 25

Gambino, Megan. Inside the Alien’s Guide. SmithsonianMagazine.com, July 18

Page-Kirby, Kristen. Ruined Everything. Washington Post, July 18

 Russell, Anna. An Alien’s Guide to Washington. Wall Street Journal, July 12

Rule, Doug. Alien Visitation. Metro Weekly, July 11

Ruberry, Erin. Alien’s Guide to the Ruins of Washington D.C. HuffingtonPost.com, July 9

Capps, Kriston. The Alien’s Guide to the Ruins of Washington D.C. Washington City Paper, July 5

Gilbert, Sophie. Art Review: Ellen Harvey. Washingtonian, July

Sheir, Rebecca. Corcoran Exhibit Sees D.C. through Eyes of Outer-Space Aliens. WAMU.org, June 28

Sels, Gert. Overtollige kerk wordt kunstwerk. De Standaard, January 7

2012

Laster, Paul. Ellen Harvey. Modern Painters, October

Rice, Robin. Ellen Harvey/Locks Gallery. Art News, October

 Harvey, Ellen. Girlfight. Petunia, September        

Newhall, Edie. A Haunting Evocation of Turner’s Life and Work. Philadelphia Inquirer, June 10

Harvey, Ellen. Making the Punishment Fit the Crime. Cabinet, Summer

Weiss, Judith Elisabeth. Defacement/Refacement. Kunstforum International, July–August

Coates, Jennifer. Ellen Harvey. Art in America, May 16

Kent, Meaghan. Interview with Ellen Harvey. Site95, May

Landi, Ann. Double Exposure. Art News, May

The Opposite of Voyeurism: Interview with Ellen Harvey. NY Arts, May

Hall, Emily. Ellen Harvey/Dodge Gallery. Artforum International, May

Bonnet, Frédéric. Un Tour des galeries New-Yorkaises. Le Journal des Artes, March 30

Dickson, Jane. The Nudist Museum Gift Shop. Artnet.com, March 15

Feldman, Jill. Enter through the Gift Shop. Artinfo.com, February 24

Braet, Jan. Afspraak aan de Pispotfontein. Knack, February 22

Private View: Ellen Harvey. Modern Painters, February

The Pick: Museum Show: Part 1. Times Higher Education, January 9. 2012

2011

Papachlimitzou, Regina. A Mosaic of Collective Unconscious. Aesthetica, 19 October

Herbert, Martin. Revealed. Frieze, June

St. Lascaux, David. Ellen Harvey: Dust to Settle. Brooklyn Rail, June

Harvey, Ellen. Artists on Artists: The Chadwicks. Bomb, Spring

Darwent, Charles. If You Can’t See Turner . . . The Independent, April 24

Hudson, Mark. Margate Makes the Right Connections. The Telegraph, April 19

Turner Contemporary Museum Debuts in Margate. Artinfo.com, April 18

Campbell-Johnston, Rachel. Plenty of Potential in Turner’s Spirit. The Times, April 14

Cooke, Rachel. Volcanoes and Damp Squibs. The Guardian, April 10

2010

Rosa, Yvan. The Natural Order of Things. Artslant.com, November 11

Laster, Paul. Miami Beach Gets a Nudist Museum. Flavorpill.com, October 26

Austin, Tom. Naked Art. Miami Herald, October 10

Spears, Drew. Play Guess the Body Crease at the Bass. MiamiNewTimes, October 4

Sommereyns, Omar. Museum Intervention. Florida International Magazine, October

McCorquodale, Amanda. Ellen Harvey Gives Nudity the Third Degree. MiamiNewTimes, September 30

Ellen Harvey Stages a Nudie Show. Artinfo.com, September 29

Hood, John. Ellen Harvey Gives Miami the Nude Museum. NBC.com, September 29

Ewing, Margaret. Critics Picks: Berlin: Ellen Harvey. Artforum.com, May    

2009

Ruiny Laboratorium akcji. Gazeta Wyborcza, December 13

Bator, Bartosz. Interesujace ekspozycje w galerii Zacheta i CSW. Dziennik, October 9

R. P. T. Les Collections de Ellen Harvey. La Libre Belgique, October 2–8

Steverlynck, Sam. Ellen Harvey. H Art, October 1

Ellen Harvey—Ruiny są jeszcze piękniejsze. Artinfo.pl, September

Real or Not Too Real. Elle Decoration, September

Van Eecke, Christophe. Beyond the Picturesque. Metropolis, July 13

Honigman, Ana Finel. Players vs Playaz. Sleek, Spring

Landi, Ann. A New Creativity? Artnews.com, March

Nippe, Christine. Streetwise: Die Aneignung des NewYorker. Stadtraums bei Ellen Harvey. Kunsttexte.de, January

2008

Bors, Chris. Ellen Harvey in Philadelphia. Artinfo.com, December 11

Harvey, Ellen. 100 Visitors to the Biennial Immortalized. Open City, no. 25

Harvey, Ellen. The Irreplaceable Cannot Be Replaced. Diacritics, Fall

Levin, Kim. Whitney Biennial. Art News, May

Volk, Gregory. Whitney Biennial. Art in America, May                                                         

Meyz, Tracey. Whitney Biennale ontdenkt schoonheid in ‘lessness’. NRC Handelsblad, April 18

Finnerty, Amy. Defining the Whitney Biennial. Wall Street Journal, April 1

Houpt, Simon. At Art’s Ground Zero, Failure Is an Option. Globe and Mail, March 15

Bischoff, Dan. Post-Grief Art: 2008 Whitney Biennial. Star-Ledger, March 11

Ayers, Robert. Best of the Biennial. Artinfo.com, March 5

2007

Rose, Chris. Painting from Memory. Times-Picayune, December 9

Wei, Lilly. Ellen Harvey at Luxe. Art in America, December

Auriccho, Laura. Generation 1.5. TimeOut New York, August 30–September 5

Torre, Mónica de la. Artists on Artists: Ellen Harvey. Bomb, Fall

Bennett, Heather. At the Galleries: Ellen Harvey. Flash Art, July–September

Gennochio, Benjamin. Modern Ripples from Walden Pond. New York Times, July 22

Harvey, Ellen. Invisible Self-Portraits. Harpers Magazine, March

Dunlop, David. Train to the Museum: You’re Already There. New York Times, January 21

2006

Callahan, Jennifer. I’ll Be Your Mirror. Bust, December–January

Carrier, David. Two English Aesthetes. ArtUS, December–February

Ciuraru, Carmela. Underground Seen. Time Out New York, November–December

Honigman, Ana. In Conversation with Ellen Harvey. Saatchi-gallery.com, November 16

Landi, Ann. Breaking Laws and Mirrors. Art News, May

Mosshammer, Angelika. Ellen Harvey–Bad Mirror. Top Magazine, Spring

Pendle, George. Ellen Harvey. Frieze, April

Trainor, James. Things to Come. Frieze, January–February

Turner, Elisa. Critic’s Pick: Picturing Florida. Miami Herald, March 14

2005

Akkam, Alia. Trained Eye. Time Out New York, December 15–28

Sozanski, Edward J. Art: Vaunted then Vilified. Philadelphia Inquirer, December 4

Higgins, Edward. Sparkling Mirror. South Philadelphia Review, November 17

Kunitz, Daniel. Streets Ahead. Art Review, October–November

Pennsylvania Academy Presents Ellen Harvey. Antiques and the Arts Weekly, October 14

Brener, Julie. Urban Landscape. Art News, October

Dannat, Adrian. Ellen Harvey Month. Art Newspaper, October

Gerard, Morgan, Graf and the City. Peace, September

Honigman, Ana Finel. Good Artist/Bad Artist: An Interview with Ellen Harvey. Art Journal, Fall

Shattuck, Kathryn. Escaping a Date with the Wrecking Ball. New York Times, August 14

Crowley, Evelyn. Landscape Artist. Women’s Wear Daily, August 1

Ressler, Darren. Art or Anarchy? Big Shot, issue 9

2004

Stern, Steven. Fairground Attraction. Frieze, October

Gennochio, Benjamin. Young and Provocative. New York Times, September 12

Valdez, Sarah. Dreamland Artist Club. Art in America, September

Honigman, Ana Finel. Art Critic: An Interview with Ellen Harvey. Artnet.com, July 7

Jadouin, Michel Henri. Arkadisk Graffiti. Magasinet Kunst, January–February

2003

Scharrer, Eva. Critic’s Picks: Ellen Harvey. Artforum.com, September 9

Kamilska, Beata. Pierwszy gosc na zamku. Gazeta Wyborcza, August 28

Kowalska, Agnieszka. Królewna na zamku. Gazeta Wyborcza, August 12

New Eyes. Warsaw Voice, August 7

Szablowski, Stach. Rezerwuj Czaz: 8.08. City Magazine, August

Müller, Joanna. Czas Laboratorium. Gazeta Wyborcza, July 30                             

Hoffman, Jens. On Relations, Appropriations and Other Worries. Archis, July–August

Weisberg, Jonathan T. Ellen Harvey. Yale Law Report, Summer 

Sonkin, Rebecca. Ellen Harvey. Tema Celeste, May–June

Genocchio, Benjamin. The Forgeries Are the Real Thing in This Exhibition. New York Times, April 13

Schillinger, Liesl. White-out at the Whitney. Art News, April

Johnson, Ken. Other Galleries: Ellen Harvey. New York Times, March 14

Johnson, Ken. So Here’s the Concept: Copy a Whole Collection. New York Times, February 28

Museums & Libraries: Whitney Museum at Altria. New Yorker, February 17–24

Kamps, Louisa. Color My World. Elle, February

Boucher, Brian. Ellen Harvey’s Conceptual Paintings. Thing.net, January 26

Loubier, Patrice. De l’anonymat contemporain. Parachute, January

2002

Bowles, Emily. Ellen Harvey at De Chiara. Art in America, October

Landi, Ann. The Real Thing. Art News, June

Loubier, Patrice. Un Art à Fleur de Réel: Considérations sur l’Action Furtive. Inter, June

Weh, Vitus. Hier ist Dort 2: Internationale Malerpositionen. Kunstforum International, April–May

2001

Levin, Kim. Ellen Harvey. Village Voice, December 25

Galleries Chelsea: Ellen Harvey. New Yorker, December 24

Schwendener, Martha. Ellen Harvey: I See Myself. Time Out New York, December 13–27

Johnson, Ken. Ellen Harvey. New York Times, December 14          

New York: Ellen Harvey. Le Journal des Artes, December 7–20

 Harvey, Ellen. New York Beautification Project. Harper’s Magazine, November

Harvey, Ellen. New York Beautification Project. American Letters and Commentary, Fall     

Smith, Roberta. Creativity Overhead, Underfoot and Even in the Air. New York Times, July 27

Schillinger, Liesl. The Talk of the Town: Dept. of Good Intentions. New Yorker, June 4

Schneider, Daniel. F.Y.I. Gems in the Rough. New York Times, February 18

2000

Hoffman, Frank. Report from Kwangju: Monoculture and Its Discontents. Art in America, November

Harvey, Ellen. Low-Tech Special Effects: Monsters. Harper’s Magazine, October

Korotkin, Joyce. Ellen Harvey. NYArts, July–August

Levin, Kim. Voice Choices: Ellen Harvey. Village Voice, July 4

Valdez, Sarah. Ellen Harvey: Painting is a Low-Tech Special Effect. Time Out New York, June 29–July 6

1999

Glueck, Grace. Surface Tension. New York Times, October 8

Altfest, Ellen. Painting Round-Up:  Ellen Harvey. NYArts, February – March

Levin, Kim. Voice Choices: Ellen Harvey/Jaroslaw Kosakiewicz. Village Voice, February 3

SELECTED COLLECTIONS

Art Omi, Omi, NY

Berkeley Museum of Art, Berkeley, CA

Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences, Charleston, West Virginia

Center for Contemporary Art, Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw, Poland

Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea, Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Fidelity Investments, New York, NY

Gwangju Art Museum, Gwangju, Korea

Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA

Neuberger & Berman, LLC, New York, NY

Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, Philadelphia, PA

Princeton Art Museum, Princeton, NY

The Progressive Collection, Cleveland, OH

Queens Museum, Long Island City, NY

Rema Horst Mann Foundation, New York, NY

Schmidt-Drenhaus Collection, Dresden, Germany

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY

Wyspa Institute, Gdansk, Poland

The West Collection, Oaks, PA