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Born 1971, Fort Sill, OK
Died 2007, New York City, NY

MFA, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA
BFA, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, IL

Jeremy Blake: Winchester Trilogy, Blanton Museum of Art, Austin
Jeremy Blake: Station to Station, Honor Fraser, Los Angeles, CA
24/7 Projection: Jeremy Blake, The Standard, Hollywood, CA
Jeremy Blake: Memorial Exhibition, Kinz, Tillou + Feigen, New York, NY
Wild Choir: Cinematic Portraits by Jeremy Blake, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Sodium Fox and Recent Works, Galerie Ghislaine Hussernot, Paris, France
Sodium Fox, Honor Fraser, Venice, CA
Sodium Fox, Feigen Contemporary, New York, NY
Recourse Lost, Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland, OH
Winchester, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
Galerie Tanit, München, Germany
Centro de Arte Caja de Burgos, Burgos, Spain
Galerie Ghislaine Hussenot, Paris, France
I Shot the Sheriff, Sister, Los Angeles, CA
Jeremy Blake: Winchester Trilogy, Art Gallery of York University, Toronto, Canada
Galeria Leyendecker, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain
Autumn Almanac, Feigen Contemporary, New York, NY
Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain
The 59th Minute: Video Art on the Times Square Astrovision, sponsored by Creative Time and Panasonic, New York, NY
American Museum of the Moving Image, Astoria, NY
Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, San Diego, CA
Mod Lang, Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston, Houston, TX
Galerie Ghislaine Hussenot, Paris, France
Galerie Tanit, Munich, Germany
Mod Lang, Feigen Contemporary, New York, NY
Disappearing Floor, Dorothée DePauw Gallery, Brussels, Belgium
Angel Dust, XYZ, Toronto, Canada
Chemical Sundown, Dot, London, England
The Forty Million Dollar Beatnik, Works on Paper, Inc., Los Angeles, CA
Jeremy Blake: Bungalow 8, The Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH
Jeremy Blake: Digital Projections, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA
Jeremy Blake: Statements, Art Basel 2000, Basel, Switzerland
Angel Dust, Feigen Contemporary, New York, NY
Jeremy Blake: Angel Dust and Other Works, Schusev Museum of Architecture, Moscow, Russia
Jeremy Blake: Angel Dust, Gallery of Art, Johnson County Community College, Kansas City, MO
Sucking in the Seventies, Recent Works/Jacob Fabricius, Copenhagen, Denmark
Bungalow 8, Feigen Contemporary, New York, NY
One Hit Wonder, Works On Paper Inc., Los Angeles, CA

Summer, Honor Fraser Gallery, Los Angeles
Everything is Connected: Art and Conspiracy, Met Breuer, New York, NY
Chaos and Awe: Painting for the 21st Century, Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, Virginia
Pivotal: Highlights from the Collection, Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA
Artists of Color, The Underground Museum, Los Angeles, CA
Expo Video: Futuro Anteriore, curated by Alfredo Cramerotti, Expo Chicago 2015, Chicago, IL
West Coast Visions, Curated by Rudolf Frieling, Borusan Contemporary, Istanbul, Turkey
Liquid Crystal Palace: Recent Works with Jeremy Blake, Curated by Michael Connor and Nate Hitchcock, Honor Fraser Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Opening Abstraction, Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, OK
Project Los Altos, SFMOMA, San Francisco, CA
Projections Part II: Film As Painting , Roberts & Tilton, Culver City, CA
In the Séance Room: Acquisition Highlights from 2003-2013, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego Downtown
Go West! Representations of the American Frontier, The Blanton Museum of Art, Austin, TX
Videosphere: A New Generation, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY
The Medium and the Message, Kleinert/James Center for the Arts, Woodstock, NY
The More Things Change, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
Blink! Light, Sound & the Moving Image, Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO
Psychedelic: Optical and Visionary Art Since the 1960s, curated by David Rubin, Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY
The Artist’s Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA
Go West, Salt Lake Art Center, Salt Lake City, UT
The Old Weird America: Folk Themes in Contemporary Art, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Houston, TX
Southern Exposure: Works from the Collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, Museum of Contemporary Art: Sydney Australia, Sydney, Australia
Signals: A Video Showcase, Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA
Rare Essence, Aeroplastics Contemporary, Brussels, Belgium
Picturing Pixels, Gallery W 52, New York, NY
Animated Painting, San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego, CA
The 59th Minute Retrospective, Times Square, NY
Pervasive Animation Programme One, Tate Modern, London, England
Meme: Romanticism, curated by Michele Thursz, EFA Gallery, New York, NY
The Gospel of Lead (with Dario Robleto), curated by Regine Basha, Arthouse, Austin, TX
Impakt Festival 2005, Utrecht, Netherlands
All the Pretty Corpses, The Renaissance Society at The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
Dreaming of a More Better Future, The Reinberger Galleries, Cleveland, OH
Afterall, curated by Charles Esche, apexart, New York, NY
Extreme Abstraction, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY
Staging the Real, Projects at Clifford Chance, New York, NY
Blur of the Otherworldly: Contemporary Art, Technology and the Paranormal, Center for Art and Visual Culture, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, MD
Techno/Sublime, CU Art Museum, University of Colorado at Boulder, CO
Floor to Ceiling/Wall to Wall, Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, CT
Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
One Channel Only, Atrium Gallery, University of Connecticut School of Fine Arts, Storrs, CT
Paranormal, Aeroplastics Contemporary, Brussels, Belgium
Breathtaking, The Art Institute of Boston, Lesley University, Boston, MA
Animations, Kunst-Werke Berlin, Berlin, Germany
The Disembodied Spirit, Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, ME
Animation Impulse: Video Art and the Generated Image, Cheekwood Museum of Art, Nashville, TN
Mystic, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA
School is Out, Southfirst, Brooklyn, NY, curated by Michel Auder
Social Strategies: Redefining Social Realism, University Art Museum, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA, curated by Klaus Ottmann and Pamela Auchincloss; Exhibition traveled: Illinois State University, Normal, IL; DePauw University Art Gallery, Greencastle, IN; The Schick Gallery, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY; The Newcomb Art Gallery, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA
Imag(in)ing Architecture, The University of Connecticut Center for Visual Arts and Culture, Storrs, CT
VideoMix, Arario Gallery, Cheonan-si, Korea
Imaging the Abstract, Feigen Contemporary, New York, NY
Auchincloss, University Art Museum, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA
Art & Film in the Age of Anxiety, curated by Chrissie Iles, Santa Monica Museum, Santa Monica, CA
New York, New Work, Now!, Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, NH
Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
Painting Without Painting, Museum der Bildenden Künste Leipzig
Looking At America, Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT
Claude Monet and Abstraction: Kandinsky – Rothko – Richter-up to digital impressionism, Fondation Beyeler, Basel, Switzerland
Impressionism, Fondation Beyeler, Basel, Switzerland
Remarks on Color, Sean Kelly Gallery, New York, NY
New Works, Feigen Contemporary, New York, NY
010101: Art in Technological Times, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
BitStreams, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
New Settlements, Nikolaj Copenhagen Contemporary Art Center, Copenhagen, Denmark
Animations, PS1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, NY
The Approximative, Ghislaine Hussenot Galerie, Paris, France
Duchamp’s Suitcase, Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol, England
Compression, Feigen Contemporary, New York, NY
Metropolis Now, Borusan Sanat Galerisi, Istanbul, Turkey
Maximal Minimal, Feigen Contemporary, New York, NY
Offensive Malerei, Lothringer 13, Munich, Germany
Elysian Fields, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France
Greater New York, Museum of Modern Art/ PS1, New York, NY
Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
A Salon for the 21st Century, John Weber Gallery, New York, NY
3ness, Museum Dhondt-Daenens, Deurle, Belgium
Pict, Walter Phillips Gallery, The Banff Centre for the Arts, Alberta, Canada
Scanner, California College of Arts and Crafts, San Francisco, CA
2000 Años Luz, Instituto Oscar Dominguez, Area de Cultura, Canary Islands, Spain
Scopophilia (pleasure in looking), The Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH
New Settlements, Louisiana Museum, Denmark
Fifteen, The Lobby Gallery, Deutshe Bank, New York, NY
Re-Structure, Grinnell College, Bucksbaum Art Gallery, Grinnell, IA
Whippersnapper, Vedanta Gallery, Chicago, IL
Good Vibrations, Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Flaming June, Works On Paper, Inc., Los Angeles, CA
One Dot Zero, Institute for Contemporary Art, London, England
Formulas For Revelation, The Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Conduit Digital Film Festival, University of Texas, Austin, TX
Exploding Cinema, Rotterdam International Film Festival, Netherlands
Hollywood Realism: Michael Auder & Jeremy Blake, produced by Yvette Brackman, Venetia Kapernekas Inc., New York, NY
The History of Glamour, Works On Paper Inc., Los Angeles, CA
Oriental Nights, Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York, NY
The History of Glamour, Bronwyn Keenan Gallery, New York, NY
Spectacular Optical, Thread Waxing Space, New York, NY; Miami Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, FL; University of Colorado Art Gallery, Boulder, CO
Inglenook II, University of Illinois, Normal, IL
Pets, Bronwyn Keenan Gallery, New York, NY
Inglenook, Feigen Contemporary, New York, NY
Jeremy Blake: Silver Hill, Bronwyn Keenan Gallery, New York, NY
Heaven’s In the Backseat of My Cadillac, Name Gallery, Chicago, IL
Aftershocks, Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

79th Annual Directors Club Award for Broadcast Design & Animation
New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship
I.D. Magazine, Interactive Design Review Medal

Fox, Dan. “Everything is Connected: Art and Conspiracy at the Met Breuer.” Frieze, November 9
“Jeremy Blake.” Wall Street International Magazine, January 29
Schad, Ed. “Liquid Crystal Palace.” Flash Art, May/June
Coy, Chris. “An Email Interview with Jeremy Blake.” Rhizome, March 27
Sokol, David. “First Look: Olson Kundig’s Project Los Altos.” Architectural Record, March 11
“Jeremy Blake’s ‘Moving Paintings’ at The Standard, Hollywood.” The Standard Culture, February 26
Borders, Evan. “Modern Art is Hitting the streets of Los Altos.” KTVU, November 7
“SFAQ Pick: ‘Project Los Altos’ SFMOMA in Silicon Valley, CA.” San Francisco Arts Quarterly, November
Van Ryzin, Jeanne Claire. “Go West: Jeremy Blake’s ‘Winchester Trilogy’ at The Blanton Museum of Art.” Austin 360, August
Kaufman, Jayson Edward. “Nuit Blanche Brings to Light to New York.” Artinfo, October
Davis, Nicole. “Noted at the Armory.” Artnet, March
Kamps, Toby. “The Old Weird America: Folk Themes in Contemporary Art.” Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, May, p. 25, 58-63
Kent, Rachel. “Southern Exposure.” Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, June, p. 1-4,16
Leffingwell, Edward. “In Freely Associative States.” Art In America, April, p. 134-39
Esplund, Lance. “California Dreaming.” The New York Sun, November, p. 15
Levin, Dan. “After Death, Unfinished Artwork Gets a Life.” The New York Times, Novermber, pp E1
Richards, Chris. “Music to the Eye: Jeremy Blake’s ‘Moving Paintings’ Are a Brilliant Coda to a Life That Ended on a Sad Note.” The Washington Post, November, pp. C1
Muchnic, Suzanne. “The Art Explosion.” Los Angeles Times, October, E31, E41
Pagel, David. “Leaving Artist and Subject Behind.” Los Angeles Times, October, E28-29
Picazo, Gloria. “Pintar Sin Pintar.” Exit Express, November, p. 11
Tanni, Valentina. “Muoviti, Pittura.” Exibart, December 2006/Febuary 2007, p. 59
“The Haunting of the Wife of Winchester.” Sleek, winter, p. 64-65
Newhall, Edith. “American Gothic.” ARTnews, February, 112-113
Van Ryzin, Jeanne Claire. “‘The Gospel of Lead’ captures the spirit of guns’ victims.” Austin360, February
Puleo, Risa. “Dario Robleto and Jeremy Blake: The Gospel of Lead.”ArtLies, Spring, 100-101
Perl, Jed. “Peep Shows for Poets.” The New Republic, June, 21-25
Nobel, Philip. “A House for Art’s Sake.” Architectural Digest, May, 240-247
Thompson, Seth. “Recourse Lost, Jeremy Blake: The Winchester Trilogy.” Afterimage, January/February
“The Gospel of Lead: Dario Robleto and Jeremy Blake.” World Art Views, January
Goddard, Dan. “Gospel uses historical artifacts to examine war’s Consequences.”San Antonio Express, February
Willis, Holly. “Unstill Lives: Jeremy Blake’s Moving Portraits.” LAWeekly, September
Perl, Jed. “Peep Shows for Poets,” The New Republic, June
Morris, Bob. “Paint it Blake.” Centurion, Summer, 30-31
Smith, Roberta. “Art in Review.” The New York Times, November 18
Bard, Elizabeth. “Gun Crazy.” Wired, February, 108-111
Miller, Ken. “The Pretty Pink and Blue Surfaces of Jeremy Blake’s Work.” Tokion, September-October, 82-85
Madoff, Steven. “Guns and Ghosts: The Winchester Witch Project.” The New York Times, February
Valdez, Sarah. “Gallery.” Paper Magazine, October, 124
Willis, Holly. “Gunslinging Psychedelia: The Moving Paintings of Jeremy Blake.” RES, January-February, 60-61
“The A- List.” The Villager, November, Vol. 75, No. 27
Alm, David. “Trompe le Digital.” RES, March-April, 16
“American Pie.” Frieze, May, p. 64-69
Baker, Kenneth. “At the Whitney Biennial, the art is overthought and much of it is heavy with conceptual freight.” The San Francisco Chronicle, March 29
Bankowsky, Jack. “This is Today.” Artforum May, p. 169-177, 233
Blair, Dike. “Interview: Jeremy Blake.” Purple Fashion, Spring/ Summer, 100-105
Holliday, Frank. “A Wide Swath of Americana.” Gay City News, March, p. 18-24
“Jeremy Blake vs. Richard Prince.” BlackBook, Winter, p. 84-87
Livingstone, David. “Blakean.” Elm Street The Look, Fall, p. 28
Milroy, Sarah. “Two artists, two sets of demons.” The Globe and Mail, May 21, R4
Perl, Jed. “Head Trip.” The New Republic, April 30
Rothkopf, Scott. “Subject Matters.” Artforum, May, 176
Sunshine, Fannie. “Bringing dream-like element to AGYU”. The Weekender, May 15, p. 16
Villa, Manuela. “Pixeles y rifeles de repeticion.” El País de las Tentaciones, July 23, p. 8
Goddard, Peter. “Jeremy Blake Tells a Haunting Video Tale.” Toronto Star, May 29, H4
Leffingwell, Edward. “Jeremy Blake at Feign Contemporary,” Art in America, February, p. 119
Barachon, Charles. “Liquid Dreams.” Numéro, April, p. 70-73.
“Canvas.” Artnews, April 30
Clifton, Michael. “Blake’s Progress.” V Magazine, Winter
Ferris, Alison. “The Disembodied Spirits: Spirit Photography and Rachel Whiteread’s Ghost.” Art Journal, Fall, p. 45-53
Galán, Fernando Martín. “Pintura en moviemento.” ABC, November 1
Halter, Ed. “The Year in Experimental Film and Video.” The Village Voice, December 24
Hicklin, Aaron. “Homage/Visage.” BlackBook, November
Hunt, David. “Recasting the American West.” Tema Celeste, May-June, p. 56-58
“Jeremy Blake.” Arte y Parte, October-November, p. 148
Kawachi, Taka. “Video Art Jeremy Blake.” HF, June, p. 76-77
“L’almanacco di Blake.” Carnet, September-October, p. 33
Larsen, Lars Bang. “Jeremy Blake: Infernal Rodeo.” Afterall, Summer
MacSweeney, Eve. “Strange Days.” Vogue, October, p. 284
Navarro, Mariano. “Jeremy Blake: Espectros líquidos.” El Mundo, October 23
Pagel, David. “Questions, few answers.” Los Angeles Times, April 23
Pollack, Barbara. “Jeremy Blake: Autumn Almanac.” Time Out New York, November 27, p. 82
“Proyeccuiones de Jeremy Blake en el Reina Sofía.” El Punto, October 4
Rabinowitz, Cay Sophie. “Jeremy Blake: Back to The Future.” Afterall, Summer
Rodríguez, Guadalupe. “Los artistas prefieren el audiovisual.” La Estrella, September 28, p. 42
Schmerler, Sarah. “Ghostbuster.” Time Out New York, July 3, p. 62 – 63
Schwendener, Martha. “Technical Knockout.” Time Out New York, December 11-18, 20-21
Zamet, Kate. “Jeremy Blake.” Kultureflash, March 5
Kastner, Jeffery. “I can’t be/Satisfied/What do you want me to do? Big Star, ‘Mod Lang,'” October
“Art and Film in the Age of Anxiety: Selections From the Whitney Biennial.”
Cotter, Holland. “Spiritual America, From Ecstatic To Transcendent.” The New York Times, March 8, E35, E37
Davenport, Bill. “Jeremy Blake: All Mod Cons.” Tire Iron, January 24, #41
Frank, Elizabeth. “Digital Love.” The New York Observer, September 2
Hultkrans, Andrew. “Hawaiian Punch.” Artforum, November
Hundley, Jessica. “A Mix Master.” Los Angeles Times, November 14
Hunt, David. “Jeremy Blake.” Tema Celeste, January-February, 82
Moshkovits, Boris. “Changing Gears.” Berliner, October, 72-77
Poels, Jan-Willem. “Animate Painting.” Frame, May-June, 114-121
Pollack, Barbara. “Jeremy Blake: Feigen Contemporary.” ArtNews, February, 127
Pollack, Barbara. “Art Rocks.” ArtNews, December, 98-101
Princenthal, Nancy. “Illuminations for a Dark Place.” Art in America, March, 97-100
Puri, Siddarth. “Art Exhibit Examines World with New Lenses.” Daily Bruin Online, October 10
San Filippo, Maria. “Panel Discusses the Fusion of Film, Museums.” The Daily Bruin, November 19
Schjeldahl, Peter. “Do It Yourself.” The New Yorker, March 25
Schmidt, Jaxon. “Inside, Outside, and Behind the Scenes of the Whitney Biennial.” V Magazine, March-April
Smith, Roberta. “Bad News for Art at the Whitney Biennial.” The New York Times, March 31
Valdez, Sarah. “Attack of the Abstract.” Art in America, March, 102-105
Zita, Carmen. “Jeremy’s World.” Trace, December, 40-41
Atkins, Robert. “Surface Pleasures.” Artbyte, June, 66-68
Aletti, Vince. “Compression.” The Village Voice, January 9
Barron, James. “Boldfaced Names: Technology As Art.” The New York Times, March 27
Berwick, Carly. “The New New-Media Blitz.” Artnews, April, 112-116
Bodow, Steve. “The Whitney’s Digital Sampler.” New York Magazine, March 26, 72-77
Bonanos, Christopher. “Cue.” New York Magazine, March 26
Bücker, Silke. “Augenschmaus.” Prinz München, February
“Bungalow 8 New York City.” BlackBook, Spring
Bussel, David. “Blake’s Heaven.” I-D, November, 184
Chua, Lawrence. “Jeremy Blake.” Vogue Hommes, Spring/ Summer, 106-107
Clark, Paul. “Going Out: Art.” Evening Standard, May 24
Clifford, Katie. “BitStreams: Whitney Museum of American Art.” ART News, June, 127
Dattenberger, Simone. “Zurück zu den Siebzigern.” Münchner Merkur, January 13-14, MM 17
De Righi, Roberta. “Unterm Bild Schirmschlüpfer.” AZ, January 13-14, 20
Dultz, Michael. “Provokante Bild-Ideen aus Lifestyle-Magazinen geholt.” Die Welt, January 18, 40
Edelson, Sharon. “Art Course.” W, September
“Exhibitions: Jeremy Blake”. The Guide, May 19-25
“Fanfare: Futurama I.” Vanity Fair, March
Finch, Charlie. “My Own Private Biennial.” November 30
Glueck, Grace. “Compression.” The New York Times, January 5
Griffin, Tim. “H-h-h-his generation”. Time Out New York, October 18-25, 75-76
Griffin, Tim. “The end of the beginning.” Time Out New York, April-May, 61
Griffin, Tim. “Thin Film.” Artext, August-October, 66-73
Hart, Jane, “Hollywood 101: Deconstructing Tinseltown.” Zingmagazine, Spring/ Summer, 124-125
Huden, Johanna. “How to Bust into Spring’s Poshest Playpens.” The New York Post, March 29, 40-41
Janna, Reena. “Previews: 40 Shows Worldwide: 010101.” Artforum, January
“In Conversation: John Baldessari & Jeremy Blake.” Artforum, March, 160-165
“Insert.” Parkett: 169-180
Janna, Reena. “Jeremy Blake: Politics and Fashion in Buccina.” Flash Art, May-June, 118
“Jeremy Blake in BitStreams at the Whitney Museum.” Harper’s Bazaar, March
Kastner, Jeffrey. “Bit by Bit, the Digital Age Comes Into Artistic Focus.” The New York Times, March 18, late ed 36,38
Kent, Sarah. “Jeremy Blake: Dot.” Time Out London, June 6-13, 47
Kimmelman, Michael. “Creativity, Digitally Remastered.” The New York Times, March 23, E31, E36
Kimmelman, Michael. “‘Bitstreams’ and ‘Data Dynamics.” The New York Times, March 30, E36
Kley, Elisabeth. “Digital Utopia.” Artnet, November 20
Lacayo, Richard. “No Brush Required.” Time 2 April
Lacroix, Ethan. “Takeout/Art.” Time Out New York, March 15-22
Levin, Kim. “Voice Choices: The Short List: Art.” Village Voice, April 3
Lewis, Jo Ann. “Corcoran Names New Contemporary Curator.” The Washington Post, January 20
Lin, Tan. “Hallucinogenic Motion.” BlackBook, Summer, 63-66
Littlejohn, David. “The Gallery: Invasion of the Cyber Geeks.” The Wall Street Journal, March 13, A24
Madoff, Steven Henry. “Is This the Museum of the Future?” Talk, March
Mill, Francis. “010101: Art in Technological Times.” NYArts Magazine, April 17
Milner, Catherine. “Artscene.” Tatler, April, 80
Moody, Tom. “Compression.” Art Papers, May-June, 44
Mortensen, Lee. “Art in Review.” The Wall Street Journal, April 6
“News and Around: Bitstreams.” Tema Celeste, March-April
“News: SFMOMA: 010101.” Flash Art, January-February
Osborne, Catherine. “Fall Previews” Lola, Fall, 50
Pollack, Barbara. “Back to the Future with ‘Bitstreams’.” Art in America, September, 60-63
“Review: Goings On About Town: Museums.” The New Yorker, April 2
“Review: Goings On About Town.” The New Yorker, November 5, 18
Rugoff, Ralph. “Virtual corridors of power.” Financial Times, March-April
Robinson, Walter. “Baselmania” Artnet, June 19
Saatchi, Doris. “Back to the Future.” The Independent on Sunday, June 3, 1-2
Saltz, Jerry. “Byte Lite.” The Village Voice, May 1, 71
Scott, Andrea. “Bitstreams.” Frieze, September, 96-97
Slate (Gallery Guide for Toronto & Environs). August-September, cover
Smith, Roberta. “Jeremy Blake.” The New York Times, November 16
Stevens, Mark. “Cue: Art.” New York, April 2
Syman, Stefanie. “The Bell Curves and Bitstreams.” Feed Magazine, March, 26
Valéry, Paul. “Art in the Age of Sampling: The Sound of the Mouse, the Sound of the Gun.” This Side Up, Summer, 26-27
Weskott, Hanne. “Kunst als Geschmacksverstärker.” Süddeutsche Zeitung#22, January 20
Wilson, Michael. “Jeremy Blake.” Artforum, November
Baker, Kenneth. “Images Play with the Notion of Being.” San Francisco Chronicle, December 2
Breslin, Ramsay Bell. “Under the Digital Sun.” Eastbay Express, Decembr 1, 28-30
“Bungalow 8.” The New York Post, December 21
Cotter, Holland. “The Annotated List: Art; A Gathering of New Isms, Old Masters and Noodles.” The New York Times, September 10, late ed 94
Cotter, Holland. “New York Contemporary, Defined 150 Ways.” The New York Times, March 6
Debord, Matthew. “Smart Art.” Sony Style Magazine, Summer
“Elysian Fields.” Time Out Paris, May-June
“Entropy at Ubu and Feigen, Anarchy at Curt Marcus.” The Art Newspaper, April, 77
Exley, Roy. “Duchamp’s Suitcase.” Nu: Nordic Art Review
Géniès, Bernard. “Les Enfants De Warhol.”Nouvel Observateur, April 27
Goodman, Jonathan. “Greater New York.” Contemporary Visual Arts
Griffin, Tim. “Purple Skies.” Nylon, May, 36
Gutman, Ruth. “New Clubs So In, They’re Invisible.” The New York Post, December 21
Hug, Scott. “Cheapcream: On Technology.” Fall/ Winter, K48
“Jeremy Blake: Digital Projections.” Pennsylvania Academy Preview, September-October, 4
“Jeremy Blake: Project With Theresa Duncan.” Art/Tex, November-January
Jones, Kent. “Whitney Biennial Cinematic Program.” Artforum, April
Kehr, Dave. “Taking Chances With Emerging Video Artists.” The New York Times, March 24
Kino, Carol. “The Emergent Factor.” Art in America, July, 47
La Rocca, Amy. “Style: Bungalow 8.” New York, December 18
Leguillon, Pierre. “Purple Horizon.” Beaux Arts, July, 40-45
Nuridsany, Michel. “Un Monde Flottant.” Le Figaro, June 13
Pedersen, Victoria. “Gallery Go’Round.” Paper, March
Perl, Jed. “The Counter Atmosphere.” The New Republic, December 4
Power Ballads in the Form of a Gel Cap.” Purple, Issue 4
“P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center: Greater New York.” The New Yorker, March 13, 14
Rachel, Tim. “Greater New York, Whitney Biennial.” Flash Art, Italian ed, July-August
“Review: Art & Exhibitions.” Time Out Paris, May 31
“Review: Goings On About Town.” The New Yorker, December- January
“Review: Goings On About Town.” The New Yorker, July
“Review: Goings On About Town.” The New Yorker, April
Rice, Robin. “Best Bets: Art.” Philadelphia City Paper, September 12
Rush, Michael. “New Media Rampant.” Art in America, July, 43
Saltz, Jerry. “Greater Expectations.” The Village Voice, March 8-14
Schjeldahl, Peter. “Pragmatic Hedonism.” The New Yorker, April 3, 94, 95
Schmerler, Sarah. “Maximal Minimal.” Time Out New York, July-August
Selvaratnam, Troy. “Jeremy Blake, American Artist.” Monitor Magazine, July-August
Simpson, Bennett. “Jeremy Blake in Three Parts.” March
Sozanski, Edward. “Museums: Rewarded Fourfold.” The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 6, p. W37
“Start Collecting Art.” Fortune, September 18, p. 374
Williams, Eliza. “Jeremy Blake.” Zoo, November
Williams, Gregory. “Greater New York.” Frieze, June-August
Aletti, Vince. “Voice Choices.” The Village Voice, April 13
Artois, Stella. “Exhibitionism.” Flaunt, June-July
Caniglia, Julie. “Jeremy Blake: Bungalow 8.” March 5
Dean, Jiro. “Good Vibrations.” Japanese Vogue, November
Gangitano, Lia. “Mr. Fascination.” Trans>Art and Culture, Summer
“Good Vibrations.” Tokyo Asahi Camera, October
Griffin, Tim. “Jeremy Blake at Feigen Contemporary.” Art in America, November, p. 144
Holden, Stephen. “A Thematic Feast of Avant-Garde Videos.” The New York Times, July 16
“Interview with MIT’s John Maeda.” ArtByte Magazine, April-May
Ise, Claudine. “Jeremy Blake at Works On Paper.” Art Issues, Summer
Johnson, Ken. “Formulas for Revelation.” The New York Times, May 7
Johnson, Ken. “Jeremy Blake: Bungalow 8.” The New York Times, April 2
Levin, Kim. “Voice Choices: The Short List: Art.” The Village Voice, July, p. 70
Mutschellea, C. “The Art Critic/Review.” lumpen, September, p. 40, 41
Neel, Alex. “Hollywood Realism.” Time Out NewYork, March 4
Perchuk, Andrew. “Jeremy Blake: Bungalow 8.” Artforum, Summer, p. 156-157
“Review: Goings On About Town.” The New Yorker, April 5
“The Hot List.” Artforum, January
“The Red Eye.” Art/Text, October-November
Venus, Rosa. “The Artist In His Studio.” Flaunt, August
Warner, Sophie. “Jeremy Blake: Bungalow 8.” Flash Art, November
Wong, Gloria M. “The Art of Home.” Harper’s Bazaar, June
Bunn, Austin. “Shape Shifting.” The Village Voice, August
Glueck, Grace. “Pets.” The New York Times, July
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Dumbadze, Alexander. American Art Since 1900. Austin: Blanton Museum of Art at University of Texas at Austin
Techno/Sublime. Boulder, CO: CU Art Museum
Durant, Mark Alice and Jane D. Marsching. Blur of the Otherworldly:Contemporary Art, Technology, and the Paranormal. Baltimore: Center for Art and Visual Culture
The Gospel of Lead exh. cat., Texas: Arthouse
Barrett, Terry. Criticizing Photographs, An Introduction to Understanding Images
4th ed. New York: McGraw Hill
Gehman, Chris and Steve Reinke. The Sharpest Point: Animation at the End of Cinema. Toronto: YYZ Books
Monk, Philip. Spirit Hunter, The Haunting of American Culture by Myths of Violence: Speculations on Jeremy Blake’s Winchester Triology. Toronto: Art Gallery of York University
Weil, Benjamin. Moving Paintings, Painting Cinema. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Sichel, Berta M. Jeremy Blake Winchester trilogy: Reading Ossie Clark. Centro Caja de Arte Caja de Burgos
Dinaburg, Mary and Barbara MacAdam. Videomix. Korea: Arario Galler
Ferris, Alison. The Disembodied Spirit. Maine: Bowdoin College Museum of Art
Nolta, David D. Mystic. Massachusetts College of Art, Boston MA
Wilder, Hilary. Core. Houston: The Glassell School of Art of the Museum of Fine Arts
Relyea, Lane and Terrie Sultan. Jeremy Blake: All Mod Cons. Houston: Blaffer Gallery, The Art Museum of The University of Houston
Teagle, Rachel. Cerca Series. San Diego: Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego
Schoen, Christian. Offensive Malerei. Munich: Lothringer13/halle

Blanton Museum of Art, University of Texas, Austin
Centro de Arte Caja de Burgos, Spain
Johnson County Community College Museum, Overland Park, KS
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego
Museum of Modern Art, New York
Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Whitney Museum of Contemporary Art
Yale University Art Gallery