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Glenn Kaino: Bridge, 2013
Glenn Kaino: Bridge, 2013
Installation view, High Museum of Art, Atlanta
Glenn Kaino: Tank, 2015
Glenn Kaino: Tank, 2015
Installation view, Grand Arts, Kansas City, MO
Glenn Kaino: Tank, 2015
Glenn Kaino: Tank, 2015
Installation view, Grand Arts, Kansas City, MO
Glenn Kaino: In Search Of A New Model (Corona 1), 2015
Glenn Kaino: In Search Of A New Model (Corona 1), 2015
Gold, steel pins, plastic, wood, plexiglass, and white paint
72 x 47 x 4 inches
Glenn Kaino: In Search Of A New Model (Corona 1), 2015
Glenn Kaino: In Search Of A New Model (Corona 1), 2015
Gold, steel pins, plastic, wood, plexiglass, and white paint
Glenn Kaino: Desktop Operation: There's No Place Like Home (10th Example of Rapid Dominance: Em City), 2003
Glenn Kaino: Desktop Operation: There's No Place Like Home (10th Example of Rapid Dominance: Em City), 2003
Installation view, The Project, New York, NY
Glenn Kaino: View of The Burning Boards, 2007
Glenn Kaino: View of The Burning Boards, 2007
Installation view, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
Glenn Kaino: Detail of The Burning Boards, 2007
Glenn Kaino: Detail of The Burning Boards, 2007
Installation view, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
Glenn Kaino: Untitled (Reverse Inverse Ninja Law), 2006
Glenn Kaino: Untitled (Reverse Inverse Ninja Law), 2006
Installation view, Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, CA
Glenn Kaino: A Plank for Every Pirate, 2006
Glenn Kaino: A Plank for Every Pirate, 2006
Installation view, Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, CA


Born 1972, Los Angeles, CA
Lives in Los Angeles, CA

MFA, University of California at San Diego, CA
BA, University of California at Irvine, CA

Glenn Kaino, MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA
With Drawn Arms, High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA
Glenn Kaino: A Shout Within a Storm, Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH
Sign, Kavi Gupta, Chicago, IL
FOCUS: Glenn Kaino, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Fort Worth, TX
Tank, Grand Arts, Kansas City, MO
Labyrinths, Honor Fraser, Los Angeles, CA
Leviathan, Kavi Gupta, Chicago, IL
19.83, The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, NY
Bring Me the Hands of Piri Reis, Honor Fraser, Los Angeles, CA
Levitating the Fair (The Flying Merchant Ship), Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami, FL
Safe | Vanish, LAXART, Los Angeles, CA
Honor Among Thieves, Creative Time, New York, NY
Transformer: The Work of Glenn Kaino, The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA
Arch, Public Sculpture, Pittsburgh, PA
International Artist-In-Residence New Works: 07.1, ArtPace, San Antonio, TX
Laws Were Made For Rogues, Cerca Series, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, San Diego, CA
Of Passed Pawns and Communicating Rooks, The Project, New York, NY
Bounce: Glenn Kaino and Mark Bradford, Gallery at REDCAT, Los Angeles, CA
Simple System For Dimensional Transformation, The Project, New York, NY
Glenn Kaino, The Project, New York, NY
Style Telegraphiqúe, Rosamund Felsen Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
Blue, Venetia Kapernekas Fine Art, New York, NY
Chasing Perfect, Three Rivers Gallery, Pittsburg, PA
Scratch, Rosamund Felsen Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

Into Action, Felix LA, Los Angeles, CA
Desert X, Coachella Valley, CA
Third Space /shifting conversations about contemporary art, Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, AL
Ground Control, Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami, FL
L.A. Exuberance: New Gifts by Artists, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA
Gold Rush, de Saisset Museum at Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA
March Madness, Fort Gansevoort, New York, NY
Art In The Age Of…Asymmetrical Warfare, Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Piece by Piece: Building a Collection, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, MO
Come as You Are: Art of the 1990s, Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, NJ
Telfair Museums, Savannah, GA; University of Michigan Museum of Art, Ann Arbor, MI; Blanton Museum of Art, University of Texas, Austin, TX
Prospect.3: Notes for Now, New Orleans, LA
Art on Paper 2014, Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC
The Avant-Garde Collection, Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA
Alter/Abolish/Address, Los Angeles Nomadic Division (LAND), Washington, D.C.
GOLD, Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, FL
Cage & Kaino: Pieces and Performances, World Chess Hall of Fame, St. Louis, MO
Kiss Me Deadly: A Group Show of Contemporary Neo-Noir From Los Angeles, Paradise Row, London, UK
Meanwhile…Suddenly, and Then, 12th Biennale de Lyon, Lyon, France
In Every Grain, 13th International Cairo Biennale, U.S. Pavilion, Cairo, Egypt
The Voyage or Three Years at Sea, Charles H. Scott Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
Selections From The Hammer Contemporary Collection, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA
Trespass, West of Rome Public Art, Los Angeles, CA
Role Model – Role Playing, Museum der Moderne Monchsberg, Salzburg, Germany
The Artists’ Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA
New Art For A New Century: Contemporary Acquisitions 2000-2010, Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA
Mapping Identity, Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, Haverford College, Haverford, PA
We Are Time: Seven Installations, Impakt Festival, Utrecht, Netherlands
Southern Exposure: Works from the Collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia
Disorderly Conduct: Recent Art in Tumultuous Times, Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA
One Way or Another: Asian American Art Now, Asia Society, New York, NY
Only Make-Believe: Ways of Playing, Compton Verney, Warickshire, UK
Blackbelt, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA
Whitney Gala, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
Dreamscape, University Art Gallery, University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA
California Biennial, Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA
Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
Blackbelt, The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, NY
Mine, Lombard+Freid Fine Arts, New York, NY
One Planet Under a Groove, Bronx Museum, Bronx, NY
Surf Trip, Track 16 Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
International Film Festival Rotterdam, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Xtrascape, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
i Candy, Rosamund Felsen Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
Access All Areas, Fellows of Contemporary Art, Japanese American Cultural and Community Center, Los Angeles, CA
Finding Family Stories, Japanese American National Museum, Los Angeles, CA

The Burning Boards, Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis, Saint Louis, MO
The Trials of Slydini, LACMA Collector’s Weekend, Los Angeles, CA
A.Bandit: Experiments From the [Space] Between, The Kitchen, New York, NY
A.Bandit: A Walk Through China, as A.Bandit, LAXART Annex, Los Angeles, CA
A. Bandit: The Space Between, Soho House, West Hollywood, CA
A.Bandit: Ready To Be Made, LAXART Annex, Los Angeles, CA
A.Bandit: The Mistake Room, LAXART Annex, Los Angeles, CA
A.Bandit: My House Will Be Called A House Of Art, Art Los Angeles Contemporary, Santa Monica, CA
The Burning Boards, haudenschild Garage, La Jolla, CA
The Burning Boards, Whitney Museum of American Art at Altria, New York, NY

Barragan, Bianca. “Arts District to get Sixth Street bridge’s first public art piece: a sculpture of the ‘LA’ fingers.” LA Curbed, May 23
Emerson, Bo. “Sports, Tommie Smith and racial injustice.” AJC, January 31
Greenberger, Alex. “Glenn Kaino, Favianna Rodriguez, and Hank Willis Thomas to Curate ‘Into Action’ Pop-Up Show in Los Angeles.” Artnews, December 8
Kai, Maiysha. “Local Color: Your Museum-Worthy Guide to Getting Cultured Over the Holidays.” The Root, December 23
“Raised fist: Tommie Smith and his ‘moment of truth’ at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics.” CBS News, October 28
“High exhibit examines Smith’s iconic Olympic salute.” Neighbor News, October 25
Valentine, Victoria L. “Amid Rising Calls for Social Justice in America, the Clenched Fist is Appearing in Artwork and Museums.” Culture Type, October 23
Bates, Daniel. “Life-altering protests as relevant today as they were 50 years ago.” The National, October 17
Ritter, Ellie. “High Museum of Art commemorates 50th anniversary of historic Olympics protest.” Decaturish, October 16
Feaster, Felicia. “Review: Political protest the focus of High Museum’s ‘With Drawn Arms.'” Atlantic Journal Constitution, October 2
Root, Tik. “The Man Who Raised a Fist, 50 Years Later.” The Atlantic, October
Kinsella, Eileen. “As the NFL Cracks Down on Protest, the High Museum Celebrates an Historic Act of Athlete Activism.” Artnet News, May 24
Kay, Christin. “Glenn Kaino and the art of hope.” Aspen Public Radio, March 26
Seda-Reeder, Maria. “A ‘Shout’ for Action at the CAC.” City Beat, February 20
Kunitz, Daniel. “What Political Artists and Protesting Athletes Have in Common.” Artsy, February 2
“Glenn Kaino”, Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati.” Artforum, February 1
Arnon, Ben. “Spring Into Action By Celebrating Cultural Resistance and the Power of Community.” The Huffington Post, January 17
Stromberg, Matt. “A Pop-Up Show for Social Justice Organized by Hank Willis Thomas, Michelle Woo, and Others.” Hyperallergic, January 8.
Greenberger, Alex. “Glenn Kaino, Favianna Rodriguez, and Hank Willis Thomas to Curate ‘Into Action’ Pop-Up Show in Los Angeles.” Artnews, December 8
“‘Untrained Eyes’ reveals flwas and biases of AI.” Blouin News, November 24
Alvarez, Edgar. “‘Untrained Eyes’ puts an AI spin on looking at yourself in the mirror.” Engadget, November 14
Rachel, T. Cole. “Glenn Kaino on Reconsidering the Everyday.” The Creative Independent, November 10.
Legaspi, Althea. “John Legend to Produce Olympics Human Rights Salute Documentary.” Rolling Stone, October 5
Greenberger, Alex. “Hammer Museum Makes Three New Board Appointments.” Art News, August 28
Panko, Ben. “Relive the Great American Eclipse With Art That’s Out of This World.” Smithsonian Magazine, August 25
Martinez, Alanna. “Jackson Hole Prepares for Total Eclipse of the Sun With Interactive Art Show.” Observer, August 18
Roettgers, Janko. “Engadget Awards $500,000 to These Five Immersive Art Projects.” Variety, August 18
Ambrosio, Jesus. “Off-Ramp Recommends: Taking an interdimensional road trip to the desert.” Off-Ramp, April 20
Myers, Sean. “Desert X Sprinkles Art Across Coachella Valley.” NBC Los Angeles, April 9
“There’s a new art biennial that’s taken over Coachella Valley.” GQ India, April 5
Sinclair, Mark. “Making Art for a Desert Landscape.” Creative Review, March 17
Fessier, Bruce. “Desert X Puts Coachella Valley on the Art World Map.” The Desert Sun, March 16
Knight, Christopher. “International Art Invades the Suburban Coachella Valley: The best of ‘Desert X’.” Los Angeles Times, March 9
Abrams, Amah-Rose. ” ‘Desert X’ Explores the Lure of the Wilderness with Stunning Art Installations.” Artnet News, March 3
Binlot, Ann. “Artists Disrupt the Palm Springs Landscape for Inaugural Desert X Biennial.” Wallpaper, March 3
Davis, Ben. “Searching for Meaning (aka Art Trends) at the 2017 Armory Show.” Artnet, March 2
Ohanesian, Liz. “Desert X Has Turned the Coachella Valley into an Open-Air Art Gallery.” LA Weekly, February 28
Maurer, Daniel. “‘Desert X’ Plants Richard Prince and Other Artists in the Middle of Nowhere.” Bedford + Bowery, February 27
Dean, Will. “Desert X: Art Blooms Across the Valley with 16 Artists.” The Desert Sun, February 23
Biller, Steven. “Ways of Seeing.” Palm Springs Life, February 22
Pepitone, Sara. “A Scavenger Hunt for Art Across the California Desert.” Observer, February 22
Marin, Brittany. “Desert X Has Announced Its Artist Lineup and Schedule of Events.” Time Out Los Angeles, February 14
Nelson, Steffie. “Meet the Artists Behind Desert X, the New Biennial Taking Place Alongside Coachella.” W Magazine, January 18
Colacello, Bob. “The Lure of LACMA.” Vanity Fair, December
Herriman, Kat. “Kansas City’s Grand Arts Releases a Book on 20 Years of Art, Science, and Tech.” The Creators Project, August 27
Shore, Arden. “A Tour through Space with LA Artist Glenn Kaino.” [citizine] beta, July 18
Vankin, Deborah. “Desert X marks its spot for Coachella 2017 art exhibition.” Los Angeles Times, April 21
Macon, Alex. “Things To Do In Dallas Tonight: Feb. 9.” D Magazine, February 9
Shaw, Punch. “Artist Glenn Kaino brings ‘performance’ art to Modern.” Fort Worth Star Telegram, February 4
“Art Parties + Openings with Patrick McMullan.” Blouin Art + Auction, February
Jovanovic, Rozalia. “VIDEO: Discover the Gems Hidden Away at Art Basel in Miami Beach.” Artnet News, Dec 4
Martinez, Alanna. “Art Basel Miami’s Curated Kabinett Sector to Feature Chris Ofili, Glenn Kaino.” Observer, October 9
Vankin, Deborah. “The $2,500 culture club: Global art party rolls into the Magic Castle.” Los Angeles Times, October 8
Cateforis, David. “Vibrant sea life comes to KC’s Grand Arts in Glenn Kaino’s ‘Tanks’ exhibition.” The Kansas City Star, May 9
Hawkins, Seth. “Building Bridges: Glenn Kaino.” Artillery, May
Abeln, Tracy. “Glenn Kaino parks his dazzling Tank at Grand Arts.” The Pitch, May 5
Yablonsky, Linda. “Spring Forward.” Artforum, March 6
Raj, Noora. “The 10 Coolest Things We Saw at New York City’s Art Week.” InStyle, March 10
Baumgardner, Julie. “The Winners and Loser of Armory Week 2015.” Artsy Editorial, March 8
Gat, Orit. “Armory Show and Independent.” Art Agenda, March 6
Jovanovic, Rozalia. “Rozalia Jovanovic’s Top 10 Booths at the Armory Show 2015.” Artnet News, March 6
Orel, Gwen. “Montclair Art Museum presents Come As You Are: Art of the 1990s.” The Montclair Times, February 12
Hegert, Natalie. “Glenn Kaino // Honor Fraser.” The Seen, February 10
Johnson, Brent. “Come As You Are to Montclair Museum’s Exhibition of 90s Art.” Jersey Arts, February 10
Lustig, Jay. “Montclair Art Museum opens ambitious 90s art exhibition, Come As You Are.” NJ Arts, February 9
Hegert, Natalie. “Your Guide to Navigating Los Angeles Art Events on This Very Important Weekend.” ARTslant, January 29
Miranda, Carolina A. “Object Lesson: A space-time wormhole by Glenn Kaino at Honor Fraser.” Los Angeles Times, January 27
Thorson, Alice. “Kemper’s ‘Piece by Piece’ leads the way in 2015’s visual arts.” The Kansas City Star, January 5
Bookhardt, D. Eric. “Review: Prospect.3 at the Contemporary Arts Center.” Gambit, January 5
Viveros-Fauné, Christian. “The 50 Most Exciting Artists of 2014.” Artnet, December 29
Viveros-Fauné, Christian. “Glenn Kaino: Leviathan, at Kavi Gupta.” ArtReview, December
Bloomingdale, Natalie, Marisa Gluck, Shontel Horne, Abigail Stone, and Marieke Trielhard. “Arts and Power: The Illusionist.” Angeleno, December
Risolute, Maria Avila. “Propect 3: Interview with Franklin Sirmans.” THE SEEN, November
Small, Rachel. “Glenn Kaino, On Concepts and Coral.” Interview, November
Bryant, Eric. “The Believer.” Blouin Art + Auction, November
Tschida, Anne. “Bass Museum’s 50th Anniversary Exhibit is All About History’s Favorite Precious Metal.” Miami Herald, November 15
Binlot, Ann. “The Highlights of Prospect.3: New Orleans Hosts a Global Art Exhibition.” Forbes, November 14
Patterson, Tom. “Lesley Dill installation and ‘Art on Paper’ worth the trip.” Winston-Salem Journal, November 9
Yablonsky, Linda. “Bright Prospects.” Artforum, October 31
Bodick, Noelle. “Glenn Kaino on Art’s ‘Infinite Possibility’ to Incite Social Change.” Artspace, October 31
Viveros-Fauné, Christian. “Prospect.3 Train Its Eye Provocatively On the Art World’s Social Fallings.” Artnet, October 29
Stamler, Hannah. “Military Machines Become Coral Reefs In Glenn Kaino’s ‘Tank’.” The Creators Project, October 28
Indrisek, Scott. “Searching New Orleans During Prospect.3.” Blouin Artinfo, October 27
Koerner, Lindsay. “The Man Behind Prospect.3.” NolaVie, October 27
Frank, Priscilla. “New Orleans Biennial ‘Prospect 3’ Leads The Way In Art World Diversity.” Huffington Post, October 24
Baumgardner, Julie. “Must-See Projects at Prospect New Orleans, a Citywide Art Biennial.” The New York Times Style Magazine, October 24
Bradley, Paige K. “500 Words: Glenn Kaino discusses his latest installation for Prospect New Orleans.” Artforum, October 24
Kinsella, Eileen. “Glenn Kaino Is Inspired As Much by Ferguson As A Bottle Of Opus One.” Artnet news, October 24
Frank, Priscilla. “New Orleans Biennial ‘Prospect 3’ Leads The Way In Art World Diversity.” Huffington Post, October 24
Loos, Ted. “In New Orleans, a Biennial on the 3-Year Plan.” The New York Times, October 23
MacCash, Doug. “L.A. artist reimagines U.S. Army tanks as living coral paintings: A best bet at Prospect.3 in New Orleans.” The Times-Picayune, October 23
Halperin, Julia. “A better Prospect for African-American artists.” The Art Newspaper, October 21
Lozano, Alicia. “Bridges, ‘junk’ and photos: A different kind of street art.” WTOP, October 20
“Portfolio: Private Views: The Americas.” Modern Painters, October
MacCash, Doug. “Prospect.3 New Orleans: Everything you need to know for the fall arts event.” The Times Picayune, October 08
Plath, Tara. “25 Artists, 5 Curators // 5×5 Project.” The Seen, October 02
Sutton, Benjamin. “Punchy 5×5 Art Project Electrifies Washington DC.” Artnet news, October 9
“The Americas: New Orleans.” Modern Painters, October
“A Closer Look at the Biennial.” The Art Newspaper, October
“SEE: The Art of Marine Life.” Interview, October
“The World Chess Hall of Fame celebrates art and chess with Glenn Kaino’s The Burning Boards.”, September
Indrisek, Scott. “Glenn Kaino’s Balancing Act in Chicago.” Blouin Artinfo, September 23
Miranda, Carolina A. “From Tahrir Square to Ferguson, artist Glenn Kaino’s rocks of protest.” Los Angeles Times, September 22
Indrisek, Scott. “Highlights from EXPO Chicago.” Blouin ArtInfo, September 22
Boucher, Brian. “Shaquille O’Neal, George Lucas Add Luster to Expo Chicago VIP Preview.” Art in America, September 20
Zhong, Fan. “Glenn Kaino’s Social Experiment.” W Magazine, September 18
Pobric, Pac. “A piece of Ferguson protests come to Chicago.” The Art Newspaper, September 18
Uyeda, Gan. “By Art Is Created That Great Leviathan: Glenn Kaino at Kavi Gupta.” ARTslant, September 18
Capps, Kriston. “Are 25 Temporary Installations Too Scattershot for the Money?” Washington City Paper, September 18
Karman, Tony. “An Unprecedented List of Cultural Exhibitions and Events in Chicago This September.” Huffington Post, September 16
Binlot, Ann. “Artist Glenn Kaino On Ferguson, Equality And Tommie Smith’s Iconic Salute.” Forbes, September 16
Braverman, Emily. “World Chess Hall of Fame.” The Globe, September 15
Green, Jared. “5 x 5: A Powerful Commentary on Gentrification in Washington, D.C..” The Dirt, September 09
DelGiudice, Andy. “Art Itinerary: 5×5.” Brightest Young Things, September 09
Hughes, Sarah Anne. “Map: Where To See 5×5’s Public Art This Weekend.” DC Ist, September 05
Cooper, Annelise. “5×5 Brings a Burst of Public Art to DC.” Blouin ArtInfo, September 04
Arneson, Krystin. “Glenn Kaino’s ‘Burning Boards’ Candle Chess Performance Illuminates the Possible at the World Chess Hall of Fame.” Alive Magazine, September
Dobuzinskis, Caroline. “DC’s 5×5 public art festival: What to see and where to see it.” Elevation DC, August 19
Che, Jenny. “Miami Beach’s Bass Museum of Art Looks at Gold.” Wall Street Journal, August 8
“10 Opening Exhibitions to Watch.” Mutual Art, August 8
“Art on Paper 2014.” Wallstreet International, August 7
Weinman, Sarah. “Exhibit features portraits of chess grandmasters.” St. Louis Jewish Light, July 31
Stalker, Anna. “The World Chess Hall of Fame Attracts… Hip-hop and Fashion Lovers?.” stlcurator, July 16
Peterson, Macauley. “Chess and Art.” A Tempo Magazine, July 5
“Progress moves forward on plans for Sixth Street Bridge.” Los Angeles Wave, July 03 Cooper, Ashton. “LA Taps Glenn Kaino For Major Public Work.” Blouin ArtInfo, July 2
Sutton, Benjamin. “Artist Glenn Kaino Lands LA Bridge Commission.” ArtNet, July 2
Evans, Donna. “New Designs, Including Archway Stairs, for Sixth Street Bridge.” Los Angeles Downtown News, July 02
Watson, Simon. “78 Hours on the Los Angeles Art Scene.” Huffington Post, June 18
Howe, Holly. “Highlights from Art Basel Hong Kong 2014.” Complex, May 16
Baginski, Laura. “Art Basel: Time Out International Picks.” Time Out Hong Kong, May 14
“‘Cage and Kaino: Pieces and Performances’ opens at the World Chess Hall of Fame.” Artdaily, May 9
Jerauld, Brian. “On Chess: New Shows At World Chess Hall of Fame Include Burning Boards.” St. Louis Public Radio, May 8
“World Chess Hall of Fame Debuts Two Groundbreaking Exhibitions May 8.” I Want Pop, May 5
“Contemporary Public Art is Coming to the Capital.” DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, April 21
“The Agenda: This Week in New York.” Art in America, March 25
Vankin, Deborah. “Cesar Garcia’s the Mistake Room opens in downtown L.A.” The LA Times, January 18
Burns, Charlotte. “A Sneak Peek at Prospect.3.” The Art Newspaper, December 6
Michals, Susan. “It’s No Mistake: The Mistake Room Launches as a Landmark Art Organization in Los Angeles.” Huffington Post, October 17
Laurence, Robin. “The Voyage, or Three Years at Sea Part VI addresses the mystery of the maritime world.” Georgia Straight, October 16
“Santa Monica Basks in the After-Glow.” Sacramento Bee, October 1
MacBride, Melissa. “Thousands enjoy ‘Glow’ art festival in Santa Monica.” KABC-TV Los Angeles, September 28
Binlot, Ann. “1968 Black Power Salute: From High Emotion to High Art.” Al Jazeera America, September 27
Castelli, Stefano. “Biennale de Lione: l’arte racconta il mondo.” Artribune, September 26
“The Voyage, or Three Years at Sea Part VI.” Art & Education, September 25
Butt, Ameera. “Get Ready to Glow.” Santa Monica Daily Press, September 24
Momin, Shamim “(Artist) Lunchtime Poll: Glenn Kaino.” Artsy, September 24
Meissirel, Thierry, “La Biennale de Lyon raconte le monde : grave mais pas désenchanté,” Le Progres, September 12
Myers, Holly. “Charting Another Direction.” Los Angeles Times, December 20
Campbell, Clayton. “Glenn Kaino Honor Fraser – Los Angeles.” Flash Art, May/June
“Glenn Kaino Adds Magic To Maps In Exhibition At The Honor Fraser.” Huffington Post, January
Melrod, George. “News.” art ltd., March- April
“Smithsonian Announces Nominees for Contemporary Artist Award.” Auction Central News, August 7
Schad, Ed. “Glenn Kaino: Bring Me The Hands of Piri Reis.” Art Review March
Campbell, Clayton. “Glenn Kaino Honor Fraser – Los Angeles.” Flash Art, May/June
Myers, Holly. “Art Review: Glenn Kaino at Honor Fraser.” Los Angeles Times, January 19
Time Out Israel, January 18, p. 85
Kunitz, Daniel. “Kitbashing the Universe: An Artist’s Conceptual Remixes.” Modern Painters, December, p. 50-51
“Art Public: Art Basel Miami Beach to Transform Collins Park with a Record 24 Public Art Works.” Artdaily, November 10
Mohseni, Yasmine. “Now You See Him…” The Art Newspaper, October, n. 228, p. 48
Wagley, Catherine. “Peter Voulkos, Can I Have Your Autograph?” LAWeekly, September 22
Lindsay, Arto and Tiravanija, Rirkrit. “Present Trespass: A Parade Along Broadway in Downtown Los Angeles.” West of Rome Public Art, September
“The Kitchen Presents Special Collection of Works From A. Bandit Experiments From The [Space] Between, Featuring the Artist Glenn Kaino and Magician Derek DelGaudio.” Evolutionary Media Group, September
Solis, Baby. “The Gold Piece: Wands – Glenn Kaino.” Milenio, June 13
Baum, Gary. “The Conjurers.” Angeleno, June
“A Night of Magic at LAXART’s Annex Space in Hollywood.” ForYourArt, February 8
Berardini, Andrew. “California Dreamin’.” Artforum, February 7
Ma, Amy. “A.Bandit Performs Magic Act ‘A Walk Through China’ at LAXART’s Annex-–Launch Party 2/6/11.” Brand X, February 6
Lovick, John. “Inception Connection.” Magic Magazine, February
Firstenberg, Lauri. “GLENN KAINO: Safe/Vanish.” LAXART
Earhart, Blanka. “From Los Angeles: Safe/Vanish.” Art Practical, November
Buckley, Annie. “Critic’s Picks: Glenn Kaino.” Artforum, October
Korek, Bettina. “LAXART Celebrates Its 5th Anniversary.” Huffington Post, July 8
Karyn Kohl.” Wire Image, September
“Glenn Kaino: Safe/Vanish at LAXART Los Angeles.” Vernissage, October 1
“Glenn Kaino: Safe/Vanish at LAXART, LA: Part of 5th Anniversary Year Prograamming.”, October
Finkel, Jori. “Artist Conjures Up a Bag of Tricks Full of Imagery.” Los Angeles Times, September 23
“LAXART Fêtes Artist Glenn Kaino.” Artinfo, May 6
Lovick, John. “Comings & Goings.” Magic, September
“Limelight Out & About.” Los Angeles Confidential, September
“LAXART Glenn Kaino Secret Gathering at the Magic Castle Hosted By Phil Lord and “We Love Art Paper, April
Murphy, Ries. “The Fishbowl Carnival: Glenn Kaino & Ryan Majestic @ The Slipper Room.” Bombsite, November 20
Thomas, Mary. “Best Art Exhibition of 2008: ‘Life on Mars.'” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, January 1
Thomas, Ben. “Uber Me!” H, August
Holohan, Meghan. “Kinetic Energy.” Carnegie, summer
Shaw, Kurt. “Industrial Art Project Deserved Funding Nod.” Pittsburg Tribune-Review, July 27
Thomas, Mary. “L.A. Artist’s Work Transforms at Warhol Museum.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, July 16
Thomas, Mary. “City Receives $1 Million in Art For Its Birthday.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, July 10
Zlatos, Bill. “‘Transformer’ Statue to Join 250th Party.” Pittsburg Tribune-Review, July 10
Zlatos, Bill. “Four Arts Projects Pegged to City’s 250th Birthday.” Pittsburg Tribune-Review, July 9.
“Pittsburgh Receives $1 Million for Art; French Man Pleads Guilty in Art Theft.” Artforum, July 10.
Nishi, Dennis. “Glenn Kaino, Co-founder, President” Wall Street Journal, July 20
Nishimura, Rachel. “OCMA’s Exhibit Criticizes ‘Tumultuous Times’.” Weekly Hornet, February 13
Mizota, Sharon. “Disorderly Conduct: Recent Art in Tumultuous Times.” Los Angeles Times, February 10
Herbert, Martin. “Africa in the Present Tanse.” Modern Painters, June, p. 81
Gupta, Anjali. “Glenn Kaino + Robert Pruitt + Katja Strunz.” Art Papers, May/June, p. 73
Goddard, Dan. “L.A. Artist Plays with Time.” San Antonio Express News, April 22
Wolff, Elain. “We Shall (Eventually) Overcome (One Way or Another).” San Antonio Current, March 28-April 3, p. 16
Bartley, Christopher. “Check Mates.” V, February 23
Shahade, Jennifer. “Chess on Fire.” United States Chess Federation, February 22
“Artists on Spirituality.” ArtAsiaPacific, January, n. 5, p. 86
Firstenberg, Lauri. “Ninjas and Pirates, Revolution and Revolution.” Art Papers, March/April, p. 40-44
Smith, Roberta. “A Melange of Asian Roots and Shifting Identities.” The New York Times, September 8, p. 27-9
“Best of the Best.” New York, September 4-11, p. 72
Smith, Roberta. “The Week Ahead: Sept. 3-9.” The New York Times, September 3
“Future of Content.” Tokion, February/March, n. 51, p. 94-99
Campagnola, Sonia. “Focus Los Angeles.” Flash Art, January/February, n. 246
“Art Opening.” Flavorpill, November 18–24
Stillman, Nick. “Glenn Kaino.” Artforum, November 15
McLaren, Brittany. “Martial Arts Art Mix Is Electric.” Daily Trojan, February 1
Hart, Hugh. “Fists Flying in Goodwill.” Los Angeles Times, Wednesday January 1
McNally, Whitney. “Next Hollywood.” Details, April, vol. 1
Plagens, Peter. “Art’s ‘Star Search’.” Newsweek, March 22
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Gouveia, Georgette. “Material World.” The Journal News, March 12
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Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, AL
Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA
JP Morgan Chase Art Collection
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA
Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, San Diego, CA
Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany
Norton Family Collection, Los Angeles, CA
Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA
Pittsburgh International Airport, Pittsburgh, PA
Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, NY