Adam Chodzko



Selected Books and Catalogues

Jane Rendell, Site-Writing, pp230,232,233. IB Taurus.
Kraftwerk Religion, Deutsche Hygiene-Museum, pp193-200, Wallstein.
Grant Pooke, Contemporary British Art, An Introduction, pp206-8 ,Routledge

Breaking Ground: 2001-2009
, pp 68,69, 126,127.
Grizedale Arts – Adding Complexity to Confusion. Adam Sutherland & Jonathan Griffin,
Out of Place by Adam Chodzko, for Situation (Documents of Contemporary Art series) edited by Claire Doherty. pp. 15, 55, 65-66 co-published between Whitechapel and MIT Press
Art and Text, editors D. Beech, C. Harrison, W. Hill, pps. 262,263,268,269, Black Dog Publishing
Jane Rendell

Calenture, Gagarin 17, GAGA vzw
Folkestone Triennial, Tales of Time and Space, p.36-39, Cultureshock Media Ltd.,
Proxigean Tide, essays by Martin Herbert, Lisa Le Feuvre, Andrew Wilson, Tate Publishing
'Hey Hey Glossolalia (BEFORE/AFTER)’, editor Mark Beasley, Creative Time Books, New York City/Article Press, Birmingham, cover
Print the Legend, Patricia Bickers, Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, pp.48–53
Then, essays by Jaki Irvine, Andrew Wilson, Caoimhín Mac Giolla Léith, edited by Rosa Ainley, Breaking Ground, Dublin

Adam Chodzko, texts by Lisa Le Feuvre, Alex Farquharson, Mark Godfrey, Andrea Villani, Skira, Italy
Breaking Step - Uraskoraku, Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade, British Council, pp.32–41
Aernout Mik, files notes, Camden Art Centre

Frieze Projects, Polly Staple, Jorg Heiser, Frieze, pp.13, 20, 22, 68–69,

1+1+1, double agents, Jitka Hanzlova, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design (exhibition and publication)

‘Imagine this doughnut …’ artist's project in Wonderful: Visions of the Near Future, pp.33–44, 99–101
Arttracks, Mathew Arnatt, pp.12–17, 35
Frieze Art Fair Yearbook, pp.1–2
Resonance FM broadcast
Annual, Kent Institute of Art and Design, pp.19–34

Blog on
Whitstable Interiors fanzine

Plans and Spells: Adam Chodzko, Film & Video Umbrella, texts by Chris Darke, Jeremy Millar, Polly Staple, Will Bradley
Romanov, Adam Chodzko, Bookworks
Speaking and Listening, Sheffield Hallam University and Site Gallery, pp.184–193.

Bright Paradise, 1st Auckland Triennial, Auckland Art Gallery, New Zealand, texts by Allan Smith, etc
Out of the Bubble, edited by John Carson and Susannah Silver, pp.32–36
Night on Earth, Städtische Ausstellungshalle Am Hawerkamp, Münster

Dream Machines, National Touring Exhibitions, text by Susan Hiller
Face On, Black Dog Publishing, text by Craig Richardson etc           
The Saatchi Gift to the Arts Council Collection, South Bank Centre
‘Somewhere Near Vada’, Project Art Centre, Dublin, texts by Jaki Irvine and Shirley MacWilliam

Adam Chodzko, August Publications, texts by Jennifer Higgie and Michael Bracewell

Wrapped, Vestjælands Kunstmuseum, Sorø, Denmark

It Always Jumps Back and Finds its Own Way, Stichting de Appel, Amsterdam, texts by K. Schippers and Cosima Rainer
3 Wege zum See, Künstlerhaus Klagenfurt, Austria
Sensation, Royal Academy
at one remove, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, text by Penelope Curtis

British Waves, British Festival, Rome, text by Mario Condognato

General Release, British Council, Venice Biennale, texts by Gregor Muir and James Roberts

High Fidelity, Kohji Ogura Gallery, Nagoya, Japan, text by James Roberts (exhibition catalogue)           
Instructions Received, Gio' Marconi, Milan (exhibition catalogue)

Innocence and Experience, Stichting Air, Amsterdam, text by Andrew Wilson


Selected Articles and Reviews


Mike Stanley, Lizzie Carey Thomas, ‘Best of 2008’, Frieze, Jan, p.98, 108,

Pae White, ‘Best of 2008’, Artforum, December, p108
Pryle Behrman, Folkestone Triennial, Art Monthly, September, no. 319, p.25
Marianna Liosi, Drome magazine no. 14,
Sam Thorne, ‘Adam Chodzko’, Frieze, September, pp.186-187,
Jonathan Griffin, “Folkestone Triennial’, Frieze, September, p191.
Brian Dillon, ‘Time and Tide’, Art Review, no. 24, July, pp.108-110
David Barrett, Bad Timing, Art Monthly, no. 318, July, cover, pp1-6
Tom Lubbock ‘Folkestone Triennial’ Independent, 14th June
Jane Withers, Preview, ArtForum, May, p.176
Martin Behr, 'Du sollst dir kein Bildnis machen', Salzburger Nachrichten, Austria, 22 March
Niamh Ann Kelly, ‘Art in the Life World,’ Art Monthly, no.315, April, pp.30, 31
Jason Oakley, ‘Is that what it is going to be?’ The Visual Artists’ News Sheet, January/February

Matthew Miller, Fabrica. The first 10 years, pp.23–27

Jane Rendell, ‘Art and Architecture: A Place Between,’ I B Tauris & Co Ltd, pp.30, 32–33
Neal Snowdon, ‘Art and sole laid bare’, Manchester Evening News, 1 February, pp.22-23 

David Barrett, ‘From Here,’ Art Monthly
Patricia Bickers, Showcase; Contemporary Art for the UK, Contemporary Art Society, pp.20, 34
Mark Crinson, ‘Explaining Urbanism to Wild Animals’, Mute, Winter/Spring, pp.62–66
Mark Crinson, ‘Mnemotechny of the industrial city,’ Urban Memory, Routledge. pp.202–208
Helen Luckett, British Art Show 6, Hayward Gallery Touring, pp.204–207
Jeremy Millar and Tacita Dean, Place, Thames and Hudson, pp.64, 65–67
Susanne Neubauer, Documentary Creations, exhibition catalogue, Museum of Art Lucerne, pp.19–21, 30–37, 108

Mark Beasley, Frieze, no. 82, April, pp.84–85
Gabriel Coxhead, ‘Who let the wolf out?’ Times T2, 13 October
Brian Dillon ‘No Right of Light or Air,’ Annual, Kent Institute of Art and Design, pp.19–34
Maria Fusco, ‘Whitstable Interiors,’ Art Monthly, No. 280, October, p.35
Rachel Greene, Internet Art, Thames and Hudson, pp.206–207
Despina Zevkili, Athenirama, Athens, p.91

Michael Bird, Modern Painters, Spring 2003, p.116
Martin Coomer, Time Out, 8–15 January, p.51
Foundation for Contemporary Performance Arts 2002, NY, pp.16–18
Dan Glaister, The Guardian, 23 May 23, p.27
Pablo Lafuente, ArtReview, July/August, p.49
Jeremy Millar, ‘A New Start,’ Visualise the Future publication
Dan Smith, Art Monthly, no.263, February, pp.29–30

Dave Beech, ‘Location;UK’, Art Monthly, no.259, September, p.28
Neal Brown, ‘Romanov,’ Modern Painters, Winter, p.165
Martin Clark, Untitled, no.28, Summer, p.59
Downtowner, Arizona, November, p.2
Laura Gascoigne, ‘Fear and Laughter,’ What’s on in London, 4–11 December, p.23
Mark Godfrey, Douglas Heubler, Camden Arts Centre, p.14
Phil Green, Memory Lanes, The Architect’s Journal, October, p.53
Sally O’Reilly, ‘The Games Artists Play’, [a-n], November, pp.24–25
Mick Robertson, Flux, no.32, Aug/Sept, pp.26, 27
Helen Sumpter, Evening Standard, Hot Tickets, 26 April
Deborah Sussman Susser, ‘Final Cut’, New Times [Az. USA], 21–27 November, p.63
John Villani, The Arizona Republic, 17–24 November, p.28
Rachel Withers, ‘Critics Picks’, - picks3923

Steven Bury, Artists’ Multiples 1935–2000, p.159
Jonathon Jones, ‘21st Century Arts,’ The Guardian, 21 September, p.5
Jonathon Jones, ‘Drawn, quartered, hung,’ The Guardian, 1 November, p.12
Emily King, Restart: New Systems of Graphic Design, Thames & Hudson, pp,95–97
Michael Wilson, ‘These Days’, Untitled, no.25, Summer, p.7–9

Massimo Carboni, ‘Adam Chodzko’ Art Forum, 38, no.8, April, p.14
Mariuccia Casadio, ‘Personal Ads’, Vogue Italia, no.597, May, p.242
Mario Codognato, ‘Cosa resta di “Sal ò,”’ Il Sole 24 Ore, 30 January
Richard Cork, ‘Remember kids, just say no’, The Times, 4 October
Michael Corris, ‘FaceOn’, Art Monthly, no.240, October, pp.30–31
Jerry Cullum, ‘Boredom and Disgust as Art’, The Atlanta Journal, 7 April
Guido Curto, ‘Art & Facts,’ Flash Art, April–May
Martin Herbert, 'Sleuth', Time Out, no.1539, 16–23 February, p.54
‘How to get back to your routes', Ham & High, 14 January
Daniel Jewesbury, ‘Places in Mind’, Art Monthly, no.242, November, p.46
Jonathon Jones, 'Arizona, NW3', Guardian G2, 15 January, p.25
Jonathon Jones, ‘Adam Chodzko’, frieze, May, no.52, p.95
Gideon C. Kennedy, ‘Filling Want’, Atlanta Press, 24–30 March, p.15
Liliana Madeo, ‘La dentista reduce di “Sal ò”’, La Stampa, 18 January
Graham Parker, ‘Tabley’, Art Monthly, no.240, October, p.42           
Lisa Parola, ‘L’artista che s’infila nella cronaca’, La Stampa, 2 March
Michael Wilson, 'Sleuth', Art Monthly, no.234, March, p.34
ZOO, Purple House, January, pp.168–169

David Barrett, 'Adam Chodzko', Art Monthly, no.229, September, pp.29–31
Interview with David Barrett, Art Club, Habitat, pp.16–22
Laura Cherbini, 'I video crudeli di …' Il Giornale, Italy, 24 May
Robert Clark, Review, The Guardian, 29 June, p.13
'Commerce to Art', Hotshoe International, July/August
Charles Darwent, 'Who do they think they are?' Independent on Sunday, 4 July
Dawn Fulcher, 'Sleuth', Contemporary Visual Art, issue 25, pp.78–79
‘Holding Court', What's On, London, 27 January, pp.20–21
Paolo Levi, ‘La Mostra,’ la Republica, 9 May
John E. McGrath, 'Sleuth', Portfolio, p.64
Heidi Macleod, 'chodzko's children', I-D Magazine, August
Adam Chodzko in discussion with Robin Rimbaud', Everything, no.24, pp.16–20
'Reunion: Salo', Blocnotes, no.17, Autumn, pp.133–137
John Russell Taylor, 'The Big Show: Sleuth', The Times: Metro, 20–26 November, p.42
Interview with John Slyce, ‘Looking in the Wrong Place,' Dazed & Confused, August, no.57, pp.100–106
John Slyce, ‘Adam Chodzko’ Flash Art International, 32; no.208, October, pp.120–121
Tema-Celeste, ‘Adam Chodzko’, May–June
Terzoocchio, no. 91, June
Elisabetta Tolosano, ‘Adam Chodzko,’ Flash Art, October/November, no.133
David Vincent, 'Selective Subjects', Gallery, Express and Star, 17 July
Rachel Withers, Preview, Artforum, May, p.77
Young British Art-The Saatchi Collection, Booth-Clibborn, pp.17, 40, 105

Louisa Buck, Moving Targets, Tate, pp.150, 156, 170, 175
Christie's Contemporary, London, 8/9 October, p.172
Dazed and Confused, no.49, December, pp.148, 149
Helen Duff, ‘A reunion of one’, City Life, no.361, 5–27 August, p.5
Tony Godfrey, Burlington Magazine, ‘At One Remove,’ January, p.54
I-D Magazine, no.180, October, p.165
Jonathan Jones, ‘Faces of Evil’, The Guardian, August, pp.12, 18

Hilary Alexander, ‘Keeping our Cool’, The Daily Telegraph, 3 January, p.13
Mathew Collings, ‘Blimey’, 21, pp.124, 126, 132–133
Susan Corrigan, I-D, December
Penelope Curtis, 'At One Remove', Henry Moore Institute Foundation Review, no.5, Autumn, p.10
Antonia Donajgrodzka, ‘The naked truth’, Yorkshire Post, Yorkshire Live, At One Remove, 3 October
Michael Gibbs, ‘It Always Jumps Back and Finds Its Way’, Art Monthly, p.34
Mark Goodall, ‘Space Invaders’, The Big Issue in the North, At One Remove, no.184, November, pp.10–16
Martin Herbert, Time Out 'Sensation' supplement, September, p.14
Karen Joyner, ‘A highly individual view of the world’, Yorkshire Evening Post, At One Remove, 25 September
Tom Lubbock, ‘Who are they pointing at?’ Independent, Eye, 18 September, p.3
Teresa Macri, ‘In cerco di “Salo”’, il manifesto, 8 November
Charlotte Moore, Elle, October, pp.118–122
Charlotte Mullins, ‘Reality, but not as we know it’, Tate, no.13, Winter
Contemporary Visual Arts, At One Remove, no.16, October
Johnny Shand Kydd, Spitfire, pp.97, 148
Helen Sumpter, 'Are You Strange?' Big Issue, 13 October, p.32
Paul Usherwood, Art Monthly, no.211, October, p.32
Godfrey Wordsdale, ‘Reality Bites’, Artists' Newsletter, February, pp.14–16

Catherine Anspon, ‘brilliant’, Public News, Houston, 6 March, pp.8, 10
Vito Apuleo, ‘Da Londra arriva a Roma un’arte post-umana, Il Messaggero, 10 June
Patricia Bickers, ‘The Young Devils’, Art Press, no.214, p.34
David Bonetti, ‘Brilliant’, San Franscisco Examiner, 7 April
Hans-Jurgen Buderer, ‘Between Shock and Banality’, Dimensions, Kunsthalle Mannheim, p.82
David Burrows, Art Monthly, July/August, no.198, pp.28–29
Susan Corrigan, ‘Twisted Mister’, I-D, no.148, January, p.10
Shaila Dewan, ‘England’s Edge’, Houston Press, 21–27 March, p.35
Kevin Jackson, ‘Brit Pop Art’, Arena, April, pp.60–66
Patricia C. Johnson, ‘British exhibit shows attitude’, Houston Chronicle, 15 February, Section D, pp.1, 6
Sarah Kent, ‘Adam Chodzko’, Time Out, 12–19 June, p.44
Katrijn Klinger, Der Spiegel, no.24, pp.212–213
Andrew Lambirth, ‘Adam Chodzko’, What’s On, 12 June, p.19
James Roberts, ‘Adult Fun’, Frieze, issue 31, pp.62–67
Kate Spicer, ‘Nearly God’, The Face, no.93, June
Andrew Wilson, ‘Spatialised Time, Unchecked Duration’, Art and Design,Art and Film, p.85

Dave Barrett, ‘Contained’, Art Monthly, no.186, May, p.31
David Barratt, ‘Zombie Golf’, frieze, issue 24, Sept/October, p.74           
Daniela Bezzi, ‘Biennale’, L’Espresso, no.23, 9 June, p.126
British Council Visual Arts News, Summer, no.38, p.6
Diane Eddisford, ‘>’, Mute, issue 2, Summer, p.2
William Furlong, ‘Venice Biennale 1995’, Audio Arts, vol. 15, nos.1&2           
Tony Godfrey, ‘Venice Biennale Report,’ Untitled, Summer, p.4
Simon Grant, ‘Playing God’, Art Monthly, issue no.189, September, pp.28, 29           
Sarah Greenberg, ‘Hard to Love, Impossible to Forget’, Art News, vol. 94, no.7, NY. September, pp.130–132                       
Roberta Smith, ‘A Show of Moderns Seeking to Shock’, New York Times, 25 November, pp.B1/B6
Calvin Tomkin, ‘London Calling’, The New Yorker, December, p.116
Neville Wakefield, ‘Quite Brilliant’, Tate, No.7, Winter, pp.33, 39           

Julia Cassim, ‘Chodzko, Patterson Weak on Public Participation’, The Japan Times, Sunday, 13 February
Ekow Eshun, ‘British Art Special’, The Face, no.68, May, pp.56–72
Carl Freedman, ‘Acting Out/Remote Control’, frieze, May, issue 16
Kaori Makabe, ‘London Strikes Back’, Bijutsu Techo, Tokyo, vol. 46, no.688, pp.53–55
James Roberts, ‘Out in the Real World’, Bijutsu Techo, Japan, vol. 46, no.688, pp.36–39
Angela Vittesse, ‘Domestic Violence’, frieze, October

Richard Dorment, ‘Hypnotised by a Handful of Stars’, The Daily Telegraph, London, 11 August
‘Galleries: Okay Behaviour’, The New Yorker, July
Simon Grant, ‘Making People Disappear’, What's On, London, 21 April
Simon Grant, ‘Wonderful Life’, What's On, London, 25 August
Ruiko Harada, ‘From London’, Bijutsu Techo, vol. 45, no.678, pp.148–149           
Rob Legge, ‘The Faces of God’, The Independent on Sunday, London, 19 September,           
K. Levin, ‘Okay Behaviour’, The Village Voice, 13 July
Tom Lubbock, ‘Stupid like a Conceptualist’, The Independent, London, 10 August
David Alan Mellor, ‘Wonderful Life’, Untitled, Winter, no.3
James Odling-Smee, ‘Life’, Art Monthly, London, October, pp.26–27
Richard Shone, ‘God's Bods and Odd Bods’, The Observer, London, 8 August
John Windsor, ‘Art to Hang on the TV Screen’, The Independent, London, 25 September

Andrew Wilson, ‘15/1’, Art Monthly, London, September


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