Adam Pendleton, Untitled (WE ARE NOT), 2019, silkscreen ink on canvas, 96" × 69" (243.8 cm × 175.3 cm) © Adam Pendleton Adam Pendleton Detailsb. 1984, Richmond, VirginiaConnectadampendleton.firstname.lastname@example.org Adam Pendleton uses historical and aesthetic content from texts and visual culture to critically examine the resonance of ideas from varied cultural perspectives, including social resistance movements and Dada, Minimalism, and Conceptualism.Pendleton’s early period consisted of conceptually driven abstract paintings, often incorporating text. These early works caught the eye of gallerist Kazuko Miyamoto and she included one of his paintings in a summer group show at Gallery Onetwentyeight, in Manhattan’s Lower East Side. An assistant to Sol LeWitt at the time, Miyamoto was visited by the artist, who took interest in Pendleton’s painting and agreed to trade one of his own pieces for it, making LeWitt one of Pendleton’s first collectors.In 2004, Pendleton received his first one-artist exhibition, Being Here, at Wallspace Gallery, New York, which coincided with his first major group show, When Contemporary Art Speaks, at the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art, Indiana. In 2005, Pendleton had his first solo exhibition at Yvon Lambert, New York, presenting text-based screen print paintings that appropriated the writings of Toni Morrison and Audre Lorde, among other poets, overlapping the critical use of language, conceptual art, and activism. Adam Pendleton, Black Dada (AK), 2018, silkscreen ink and spray paint on canvas, 48" × 76" (121.9 cm × 193 cm), 2 panels each 96" × 76" (243.8 cm × 193 cm), overall © Adam Pendleton Marking a shift in his work toward the deconstruction and reimagining of existing forms, Pendleton created the time-based work The Revival (2007). Commissioned for the 2007 Performa Biennial, The Revival featured Pendleton reciting a secular sermon in front of a large gospel choir, engaging in a call and response with the audience bearing witness. The following year, Pendleton was recognized with his first major one-person museum exhibition at the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art (2008), and participated in Manifesta 7, in Rovereto, Italy, where he conceived of his Black Dada manifesto (2008) and presented it as a performance. Pendleton proposes Black Dada as a way to talk about the future while addressing the past. “Black” functions as an open-ended signifier and Dada as a reference to the avant-garde art movement. His solo exhibition Becoming Imperceptible (2016), the largest of his work at that time, was organized by the Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, and traveled to the Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver, before closing at the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, Ohio. Adam Pendleton, Untitled (A Victim of American Democracy), 2018, silkscreen ink and spray paint on canvas, 96" × 69" (243.8 cm × 175.3 cm) © Adam Pendleton In 2017, Koenig Books published his Black Dada Reader, a collection of documents and essays from various sources that relate to the conceptual framework of Black Dada. Within this context, Pendleton inserts his work into broader conversations about appropriation, representation, and political engagement—from Sol LeWitt’s incomplete open cube structures to protest posters. In 2018, Pace in London exhibited Pendleton’s Our Ideas which encompassed several pieces from earlier bodies of work alongside recent development’s in the artist’s practice. The exhibition included a series of paintings titled Untitled (A Victim of American Democracy) (2018), on which spray-painted vertical lines are layered with enlarged, cut-up language drawn from a 1964 speech by Malcolm X. Adam Pendleton, WE (we are not successive), 2015, silkscreen ink on mirror polished stainless steel, 46-13/16" x 61-1/2" (118.9 cm x 156.1 cm) letter W, 46-13/16" x 35-5/8" (118.9 cm x 90.5 cm) letter E © Adam Pendleton Adam Pendleton, Untitled (masks), 2018, silkscreen ink on mylar, overall dimensions variable 51-1/2" × 39-1/2" (130.8 cm × 100.3 cm), 4 sheets, each 54-5/16" × 42-5/16" (138 cm × 107.5 cm), 4 artist's frame, each © Adam Pendleton Adam Pendleton, OK DADA OK BLACK DADA OK (WE NEED), 2018, silkscreen ink and spray paint on canvas, 84" × 60" (213.4 cm × 152.4 cm) © Adam Pendleton Adam Pendleton, Independance (Mask, Ivory Coast), 2017, silkscreen ink on mirror polished stainless steel, 61-3/8" × 42-3/8" × 1-7/8" (155.9 cm × 107.6 cm × 4.8 cm) framed © Adam Pendleton Adam Pendleton, System of Display, I (WRITING/Art of Black Africa, Kunsthaus Zurich, 1970), 2018, silkscreen ink on plexiglass and mirror, 9-13/16" × 9-13/16" × 3-1/8" (24.9 cm × 24.9 cm × 7.9 cm) © Adam Pendleton Exhibitions View All Seoul Adam Pendleton These Elements of Me Upcoming Nov 21, 2019–Feb 1, 2020 London Adam Pendleton Our Ideas Past Oct 2–Nov 9, 2018 Geneva LeWitt, Nevelson, Pendleton Part II Past May 16–Jul 13, 2018 Journal View All Artist Projects Adam Pendleton Creates New Work for The New York Times' 1619 Project Aug 14, 2019 Video Adam Pendleton Discusses "Our Ideas" at Pace in London Oct 03, 2018 Artist Projects Adam Pendleton and David Adjaye Finalists for Boston MLK Memorial Jul 04, 2018 One-Artist Exhibitions Group Exhibitions Public Collections Periodicals Books and Catalogues Close Adam PendletonOne-Artist Exhibitions Adam Pendleton One-Artist Exhibitions DatesBorn 1984, Richmond, VirginiaLives and works in Germantown, New York, and Brooklyn, New YorkEducation2000–2002, Artspace Independent Study Program, Pietrasanta, Italy2019Adam Pendleton: Who We Are, Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin, April 25–June 29, 2019.2018Adam Pendleton: Our Ideas, Pace Gallery, 6 Burlington Gardens, London, October 2–November 9, 2018. (Catalogue)Adam Pendleton: New Works, Galeria Pedro Cera, Lisbon, May 25–June 21, 2018.Adam Pendleton: what a day was this, Lever House, New York, March 8–August 28, 2018.List Projects: Adam Pendleton, MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, Massachusetts, January 6–February 11, 2018.2017Adam Pendleton: Which We Can, Pace Palo Alto, California, November 17–December 22, 2017.Front Room: Adam Pendleton, Baltimore Museum of Art, Maryland, March 26–August 13, 2017.Adam Pendleton: Shot Him in the Face, Kunst-Werke Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, February 23–May 14, 2017. Traveled to: Baltic The Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, United Kingdom, May 27–September 10, 2017.2016Adam Pendleton: Midnight in America, Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich, November 19, 2016–January 21, 2017.Adam Pendleton: Becoming Imperceptible, Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, April 1–June 16, 2016. Traveled to: Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver, July 15–September 25, 2016; Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, January 27–May 14, 2017. (Catalogue)2015Adam Pendleton: New Work, Pace London, 6 Burlington Gardens, April 16–May 23, 2015.2014Adam Pendleton: Selected Works, Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago, September 12–October 24, 2014.Adam Pendleton, Pace Gallery, 534 West 25th Street, New York, April 4–May 3, 2014.2012Adam Pendleton: I’ll Be Your, Pace London, 6–10 Lexington Street, September 20–October 27, 2012. (Catalogue)2011Adam Pendleton: New Black Dada Paintings, Galeria Pedro Cera, Lisbon, November 19, 2011–January 14, 2012.Adam Pendleton: the women, Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago, April 8–May 7, 2011.Adam Pendleton: Radio (ONE), Salina Art Center, Kansas, March 4–July 10, 2011. (Catalogue)2010Adam Pendleton: BAND, The Kitchen, New York, November 3–December 23, 2010.Adam Pendleton, Illingworth Kerr Gallery, Alberta College of Art and Design, Calgary, September 16–October 30, 2010. (Curated by Wayne Baerwaldt)Adam Pendleton: EL T D K Los Angeles, Roberts & Tilton, Los Angeles, April 10–May 15, 2010.Adam Pendleton: chandelier across cognition generates glow linguistic signals perception, Galeria Pedro Cera, Lisbon, January 23–March 6, 2010.2009Adam Pendleton: EL T D K Amsterdam. Part I: three scenes, Kunstverein, Amsterdam, September 23, 2009 [performance]; Part II: grey-blue grain, Kunstverein, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, December 12, 2009–January 31, 2010 [exhibition]; Part III: BAND, de Appel Arts Center, Amsterdam, December 13–14, 2009 [film screening].Adam Pendleton: EL T D K, Haunch of Venison, Berlin, February 28–April 25, 2009. (Catalogue)2008Adam Pendleton: Rendered in Black, Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art, Indiana, January 18–March 22, 2008.2007Adam Pendleton: Rendered in Black and Rendered, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, October 19–November 24, 2007.2006Adam Pendleton: Bam Split Lab and the Afro Futuristic Underground, Perry Rubenstein Gallery, Los Angeles, November 2006.2005Adam Pendleton: History, Roberts & Tilton, Los Angeles, November 19–December 17, 2005.Adam Pendleton: Deeper Down There, Yvon Lambert, New York, April 22–May 28, 2005.Adam Pendleton: Gorilla, My Love, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, February 4–March 12, 2005.2004Adam Pendleton: Being Here, Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, October 2004.Adam Pendleton: Being Here, Wallspace Gallery, New York, June 24–July 31, 2004. Adam PendletonGroup Exhibitions Adam Pendleton Group Exhibitions 2019Manifesto: Art x Agency, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C., June 15, 2019–January 5, 2020.No Thing: Pope.L, Adam Pendleton, Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich, January 19–March 16, 2019.2018Liam Gillick / Adam Pendleton, Galerie Eva Presenhuber, New York, November 3–December 22, 2018.LeWitt, Nevelson, Pendleton Part II, Pace Gallery, Geneva, May 16–July 13, 2018.Frieze New York 2018, Randall’s Island, New York, May 1–November 1, 2018.DPAM Collects: Happy Little Trees and Other Recent Acquisitions, DePaul Art Museum, Chicago, April 26–August 5, 2018.LeWitt, Nevelson, Pendleton, Pace Gallery, Geneva, March 21–May 4, 2018.Second Sight: The Paradox of Vision in Contemporary Art, Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, Maine, March 1–June 3, 2018.2017American African American, Phillips, London, November 8–25, 2017.OCCUPY MANA: Artists Need to Create on the Same Scale That Society Has the Capacity to Destroy (Year 1), Mana Contemporary, Jersey City, October 15–December 15, 2017.Public Movement: On Art, Politics and Dance, Moderna Museet Malmö, September 30, 2017–February 18, 2018.Sonic Rebellion: Music as Resistance, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, September 8, 2017–January 7, 2018.I am you, you are too, Walker Center for Art, Minneapolis, September 7, 2017–October 27, 2019.How To Live Together, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, May 25–October 15, 2017.The Arcades: Contemporary Art and Walter Benjamin, The Jewish Museum, New York, March 17–August 6, 2017.2016Lorraine O´Grady: Initial Recognition, Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo, Seville, Spain, September 16, 2016–January 15, 2017.The Revolution Will Not Be Grey, Aspen Art Museum, Colorado, July 1–October 16, 2016.The Language of Things. Organized by Public Art Fund, City Hall Park, New York, June 28–September 29, 2016.Blackness in Abstraction, Pace Gallery, 510 West 25th Street, New York, June 24–August 19, 2016. (Catalogue)New Visions, Tensta Konsthall, Spånga, Sweden, January 27–June 15, 2016.2015Young, Gifted and Black, Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa, September 26–November 11, 2015.The 2015 Biennial of the Americas: Now? Now!, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver, July 14–August 30, 2015.Sharon Hayes, Tony Lewis, Adam Pendleton, Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York, March 6–April 25, 2015.Personne et les autres, Belgian Pavilion, 56th International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia, Venice, May 9–November 22, 2015.Adventures of the Black Square: Abstract Art and Society 1915 – 2015, Whitechapel Gallery, London, January 15–April 6, 2015. (Catalogue)2014Civil Rights, Void, Derry, Ireland, October 18–December 20, 2014.Selected Works, Travesia Cuarto, Guadalajara, Mexico, September 23–November 1, 2014.We Love Video This Summer, Pace Beijng, July 26–September 5, 2014.Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, July 24, 2014–January 4, 2015. (Catalogue)Love Story – The Anne & Wolfgang Titze Collection, Winter Palace and 21er Haus, Belvedere Vienna, June 15, 2014–October 5, 2014. (Catalogue)The Disappearance of the Fireflies, Collection Lambert, Avignon, May 18–November 25, 2014.Joan Jonas & Adam Pendleton, Galeria Pedro Cera, Lisbon, March 20–May 24, 2014.2013The 30th Biennial of Graphic Arts: Interruption, International Centre of Graphic Arts, Ljubljana, Slovenia, September 14–November 24, 2013. (Catalogue)Warhol Ones, Half Gallery, New York, August 6–September 4, 2013.After Hours 2: Murals on the Bowery, Art Production Fund, in partnership with The New Museum, Bowery between Delancey and East Houston Streets, New York, April 25–October 2013.2012Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art, Contemporary Art Museum Houston, November 17, 2012–February 15, 2013. Traveled to Grey Art Gallery at New York University, New York, September 10–December 7, 2013; The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, November 14, 2013–March 9, 2014; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, July 24, 2014–January 11, 2015. (Catalogue)Books: Adam Pendleton, Matt Keegan and Ricardo Valentim, Galeria Pedro Cera, Lisbon, September 8–October 13, 2012.Alphabets/Heaps of Language, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, May 6–August 27, 2012. (Catalogue)Phantom Limb: Approaches to Painting Today, Museum of Contemporary art, Chicago, May 5–October 21, 2012.La Triennale: Intense Proximity, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, April 20–August 26, 2012.Heart to Hand, Swiss Institute/Contemporary Art, New York, March 7–April 15, 2012.2011A Promise Is A Cloud, MetroTech Center, New York, November 5, 2011–September 14, 2012.Never Odd or Even, Grimmuseum, Berlin, October 1–November 20, 2011.Fifth Contour Biennial, Mechelen, Belgium, August 27–October 10, 2011.Soft Machines, The Pace Gallery, 545 West 22nd Street, New York, July 14–August 26, 2011.2010Quadruple-Consciousness, Vox Populi Gallery, Philadelphia, December 3, 2010–January 30, 2011.It Is Written, Centre Pompidou-Metz, France, July 1–11, 2010.Greater New York 2010, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, New York, May 23–October 18, 2010. (Catalogue)Collected: Reflections on the Permanent Collection, Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, April 1–June 27, 2010.Self as Disappearance, Centre d’Art Contemporain, La Synagogue de Delme, France, February 19–May 23, 2010.Desire, Blanton Museum of Art, University of Texas, Austin, February 5–April 25, 2010. (Catalogue)From Then to Now: Masterworks of Contemporary African American Art, Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, January 29–May 9, 2010.Afro-Modernism: Journeys through the Black Atlantic, Tate Liverpool, January 29–April 25, 2010. (Catalogue)Blood of a Poet, Thierry Goldberg Projects, New York, January 8–February 14, 2010.2009The One Hundred and Sixty-Third Floor, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, November 27, 2009–January 10, 2010.After 1968: Contemporary Artists and The Civil Rights Legacy, California African American Museum, Los Angeles, November 19, 2009-March 7, 2010.Performa 09: The Prompt, White Slab Palace, New York, November 11–15, 2009.Cargo/Cargo Manifest/Cargo Vision, Autocenter, Berlin, September 22–October 17, 2009.Infinitesimal Eternity, Yale University School of Art, New Haven, Connecticut, September 9–October 24, 2009.Black Hole, Kunsthalle Andratx, Mallorca, August 6–November 1, 2009.Constellations: Paintings from the MCA Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, July 25–October 18, 2009.Encodings: Artists in Residence, 2008–2009, Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, July 16–October 25, 2009. (Catalogue)Talk Show, Institute of Contemporary Art, London, May 6–May 31, 2009.The Generational: Younger Than Jesus, New Museum, New York, April 8–July 12, 2009. (Catalogue)2008Matter of Fact: Aftermath, Galeria Vermelho, São Paulo, December 12–14, 2008.U-TURN: Perform History II, U-TURN Quadrennial for Contemporary Art, Aarhus Art Building, Denmark, November 2, 2008.Manifesto Marathon, Serpentine Gallery, London, October 18–19, 2008.Macrocosm, Roberts & Tilton, Los Angeles, September 6–October 4, 2008.Manifesta 7: Matter of Fact, Manifattura Tabacchi, Rovereto, Italy, July 17, 20, and August 6–10, 2008. (Catalogue)Freeway Balconies, Deutsche Guggenheim, Berlin, July 5–September 21, 2008. (Catalogue)The Future as Disruption, The Kitchen, New York, June 18–August 1, 2008.After 1968: Contemporary Artists and the Civil Rights Legacy, High Museum of Art, Atlanta, June 7–October 5, 2008. (Catalogue)Object: The Undeniable Success of Operations, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, May 25–July 6, 2008.Hey Hey Glossolalia: The Eroticism of Pedagogy, Creative Time, Judson Memorial Church, New York, May 4, 2008. (Catalogue)2007Performa 07: The Second Biennial of New Visual Art Performance, Stephen Weiss Studio, New York, November 1, 2007.Sympathy for the Devil: Art and Rock and Roll Since 1967, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, September 29, 2007–January 6, 2008. Traveled to: Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, May 31–September 8, 2008; Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, October 9, 2008–January 11, 2009. (Catalogue)Resistance Is…, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, June 29–September 2, 2007.Commemorating Thirty Years, Part III, 1991–2007, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, May 18–June 22, 2007.2006Intersteller Low Ways, Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago, October 15, 2006–January 14, 2007.R³: Reading ‘Ritin ‘Rithmetic, 30 Years Later, Castle Gallery, Inverness, September 11–November 13, 2006.Sea Change, Roberts & Tilton, Los Angeles, September 9–October 14, 2006.Please Love Me, Walker’s Point Center for the Arts, Milwaukee, September 9–October 13, 2006.Figures de l’acteur: Le paradoxe du comédien, Collection Lambert, Avignon, July 8–October 15, 2006.Message Personnel, Yvon Lambert, Paris, March 18–April 22, 2006.2005Frequency, Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, November 9, 2005–March 12, 2006. (Catalogue)25 Bold Moves, House of Campari, New York, May 5–21, 2005. (Curated by Simon Watson and Craig Hensala)Double Consciousness: Black Conceptual Art since 1970, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, January 22–April 17, 2005. (Catalogue)2004When Contemporary Art Speaks, Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art, Indiana, November 12, 2004–January 13, 2005.Seven More (Things We Like), Conner Contemporary Art, Washington, D.C., July 2–31, 2004.Black Milk: Theories on Suicide, Marvelli Gallery, New York, June 30–July 31, 2004.Optimo: Manifestations of Optimism in Contemporary Art, Ballroom Marfa, Texas, April 23–June 27, 2004.It’s About Memory, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, March 25–April 23, 2004. Adam PendletonPublic Collections Adam Pendleton Public Collections Carnegie Museum of Art, PittsburghDePaul Art Museum, ChicagoSolomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New YorkMildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, St. Louis, MissouriMassachusetts Institute of Technology, BostonMuseum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, ProvidenceMuseum of Contemporary Art, ChicagoMuseum of Contemporary Art, San DiegoThe Museum of Modern Art, New YorkRose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MassachusettsStudio Museum in Harlem, New YorkTate, LondonUniversity of Chicago, Illinois Adam PendletonPeriodicals Adam Pendleton Periodicals 2019Hannah-Jones, Nikole. “The 1916 project.” The New York Times Magazine, 18 August 2019: 14–26, Illustrated. Durón, Maximilíano. “ICA VCU Adds Adam Pendleton, Adrienne Edwards to Advisory Board.” Art News, 4 March 2019. http://www.artnews.com/2019/03/04/ica-vcu-adam-pendleton-adrienne-edwards-advisory-board/Konate, Awa. “Black Dada - Deconstructing the Articulation of Blackness with Adam Pendleton.” Widewalls, 23 April 2019. https://www.widewalls.ch/adam-pendleton-interview/Schlenzka, Jenny. “Sightlines: Adam Pendleton.” Art in America (May 2019): 29, illustrated.2018“Adam Pendleton: Our Ideas” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). Cura Magazine, 31 October 2018. https://curamagazine.com/adam-pendleton/Bailey, Anna. “Pace Gallery: Adam Pendleton” (exhibition review). BBC Radio 4, November 2018. WAV file, 03:24. Battaglia, Andy. “Adam Pendleton Now Represented by Galerie Max Hetzler in Berlin.” Art News, 31 January 2018. http://www.artnews.com/2018/01/31/adam-pendleton-now-represented-galerie-max-hetzler-berlin/Biswas, Allie. “Writer Allie Biswas on ‘Adam Pendleton: Our Ideas,’ at Pace” (exhibition review). Art in America: Guide to Museums, Galleries, and Artists, 2 November 2018. https://www.artguide.pro/voices/writer-allie-biswas-adam-pendleton-ideas-pace-posted-11-2-18/Chan, TF. “Making Marks.” Wallpaper*, no. 235 (October 2018): 141–144, illustrated.Chow, Andrew R. “Nina Simone’s Childhood Home Designated a Treasure.” The New York Times, 19 June 2018: C3, illustrated.Bermstein, J.M. “The New Savagery.” Artforum 56, no. 10 (Summer 2018): 208–209, illustrated.Garcia, Maria. “Here Art the 5 Finalists for Boston’s MLK and Coretta Scott King Memorial.” Wbur, 8 June 2018. http://www.wbur.org/artery/2018/06/08/five-finalists-martin-luther-king-coretta-scott-king-memorial-bostonGerlis, Melanie. “Women Artists Take the Limelight at Frieze Masters 2018.” Apollo Magazine, 28 September 2018. https://www.apollo-magazine.com/women-artists-take-the-limelight-at-frieze-masters-2018/Green, Mazzy-Mae. “Speaking of Black Dada” (Pace London exhibition review). A Modern Matter, 7 November 2018. http://amodernmatter.com/article/speaking-of-black-dada/Greenberger, Alex. “Frieze New York Will Present Adam Pendleton–Designed Black Lives Matter Flag, Hank Willis Thomas Works on Gun Violence.” Art News, 5 April 2018. http://www.artnews.com/2018/04/05/frieze-new-york-will-present-adam-pendleton-designed-black-lives-matter-flag-hank-willis-thomas-piece-works-gun-violence/“’LeWitt, Nevelson, Pendleton Part II’ at Pace, Geneva” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). Artinfo, 22 May 2018. http://ca.blouinartinfo.com/news/story/3050228/lewitt-nevelson-pendleton-part-ii-at-pace-genevaLoos, Ted. “Artist Adam Pendleton’s Work Defies Categorization.” The Wall Street Journal, 6 March 2018. https://www.wsj.com/articles/artist-adam-pendletons-work-defies-categorization-1520347793Michalarou, Efi. “Art Cities: London – Adam Pendleton” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). Dream Idea Machine, accessed 9 October 2018. http://www.dreamideamachine.com/en/?p=40579Moffitt. Evan. “What Can’t be Read.” Frieze, no. 192 (January–February 2018): 95, 110–115, illustrated.Olesen, Ivy. “Ten Public Art Works to See for Free around New York This Summer.” The Art Newspaper, 2 July 2018. https://www.theartnewspaper.com/news/ten-public-art-works-to-see-for-free-around-new-york-this-summerPogrebin, Robin. "A Young Artist and Disrupter Plants His Flag for Black Lives." New York Times, 3 May 2018. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/03/arts/design/adam-pendleton-frieze-black-dada-flag.html?Prapoglou, Kostas. “Our Ideas: Adam Pendleton / Pace Gallery London” (exhibition review). The Seen, 25 October 2018. http://theseenjournal.org/art-seen-international/our-ideas/Rea, Naomi and Javier Pes. “Here’s Your Go-To Guide to All the Art Fairs in London During Frieze Week.” Artnet News, 28 September 2018. https://news.artnet.com/market/fairs-london-frieze-week-2018-1355893Rogers, Pat. "Frieze New York to Debut New Live Performance Program." Hamptons Art Hub, 24 April 2018. https://hamptonsarthub.com/2018/04/24/art-fairs-frieze-new-york-to-debut-new-live-performance-program/Stevens, Philip. “Designs by David Adjaye and Yinka Shonibare Among Proposals for Boston’s MLK Memorial.” Designboom, 26 September 2018. https://www.designboom.com/architecture/martin-luther-king-jr-mlk-memorial-boston-common-david-adjaye-09-26-2018/Stoilas, Helen. “Artists to Plant Protest Flags and Stage Processions at Frieze New York.” The Art Newspaper, 5 April 2018. https://www.theartnewspaper.com/news/artists-to-plant-protest-flags-and-stage-processions-at-frieze-new-yorkValentine, Victoria L. “Looking in London: 10 Exhibitions to See This Season Featuring Kerry James Marshall, Julie Mehretu, and Adam Pendleton Among Others” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). Culture Type, 7 October 2018. https://www.culturetype.com/2018/10/07/looking-in-london-10-exhibitions-to-see-this-season-featuring-kerry-james-marshall-julie-mehretu-and-adam-pendleton-among-others/2017“Adam Pendleton at Pace Gallery, Palo Alto, California” (exhibition review). Art News, 22 November 2017. http://www.artnews.com/2017/11/22/adam-pendleton-pace-gallery-palo-alto-california/Brown, Angela. “’Radical Juxtapositions’: Adam Pendleton and Yvonne Rainer in an Exchange of Memory and Motion” (film review). Art News, 11 January 2017. http://www.artnews.com/2017/01/11/radical-juxtapositions-adam-pendleton-and-yvonne-rainer-in-an-exchange-of-memory-and-motion/Chang, Katie. “Strong Language” (Pace Palo Alto exhibition preview). Silicon Valley Magazine (November/December 2017): 42, 44, illustrated.DeOreo, Dave. “Adam Pendleton’s ‘Black Dada’ at MOCA” (exhibition review). Ideastream, 2 February 2017. Online audio, 03:31. http://wcpn.ideastream.org/news/adam-pendletons-black-dada-at-mocaEdalatpour, Jeffery. “Artist Adam Pendleton Plays with Indecipherable Nature of Modernity” (Pace Palo Alto exhibition review). Metro Silicon Valley, 22 November 2017: 30, illustrated.Indrisek, Scott. “Adam Pendleton Brings Opera (and Malcolm X) to Frieze.” Artsy, 3 May 2017. https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-adam-pendleton-brings-opera-malcolm-friezeKazanjian, Dodie. “How Adam Pendleton is Pushing the Boundaries of What a Painter’s Work Can Say and Do.” Vogue, 13 November 2017. https://www.vogue.com/article/adam-pendleton-painter-interview-vogue-december-2017-issueKurutz, Steven. “The Rising Art World Star Behind ‘Black Dada.’” The New York Times, 18 April 2017. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/04/18/style/adam-pendleton-black-dada-moma-guggenheim-tate-modern.htmlLee, Yaniya. “Adam Pendleton’s Black Dada Reader” (Artbook book review). Flash Art, 18 September 2017. https://www.flashartonline.com/2017/09/adam-pendletons-black-dada-reader/Nonnenberg, Sheryl. “There in Black and White: Pace Gallery Presents New Work by Adam Pendleton” (Pace Palo Alto exhibition review). Palo Alto Online, 29 November 2017. https://www.paloaltoonline.com/news/2017/11/29/there-in-black-and-whiteO’Brien, Erin. “’Becoming Imperceptible’ Comes to MOCA in a Post-election World” (exhibition review). Freshwater Cleveland, 1 February 2017. http://www.freshwatercleveland.com/devnews/BecomingImperceptible020117.aspxPobric, Pac. “Frieze Projects Tribute: Time to Get Theatrical.” The Art Newspaper, Frieze New York Daily Edition, 4–5 May 2017: 7–8, illustrated.Pendleton, Adam. “Adam Pendleton: Becoming Imperceptible” (MOCA Cleveland exhibition review). Interview with Andria Hickey. Push (Winter/Spring 2017): 5–9, illustrated.Pendleton, Adam. “How Abstraction is Another Word for Freedom” (KW Institute for Contemporary Art exhibition review). Interview with Gauthier Lesturgie. Contemporary And Magazine, 22 April 2017. http://www.contemporaryand.com/magazines/black-dada/Pendleton, Adam. “New Owners Work to Preserve Legacy of Nina Simone’s Home.” Interview with Kelly Mcevers, Helen Chickering, et al. KOSU.org, 29 March 2017. http://kosu.org/post/new-owners-work-preserve-legacy-nina-simones-homePendleton, Adam. “Yvonne Rainer and Adam Pendleton in Conversation.” E-Flux, 17 March 2017. http://conversations.e-flux.com/t/yvonne-rainer-and-adam-pendleton-in-conversation/6279Pendleton, Adam. “Just Back from Los Angeles: A Portrait of Yvonne Rainer.” E-flux Journal, no. 79, February 2017. http://www.e-flux.com/journal/79/90874/just-back-from-los-angeles-a-portrait-of-yvonne-rainer/Scher, Robin. “Baltimore Museum of Art Appoints Adam Pendleton to Its Board Along with Six Other New Trustees.” Art News, 22 August 2017. http://www.artnews.com/2017/08/22/baltimore-museum-of-art-appoints-adam-pendleton-to-its-board-along-with-six-other-new-trustees/Sette, Diana. “Adam Pendleton Examines the Multiplicity of Blackness” (Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland exhibition review). Hyperallergic, 2 May 2017. https://hyperallergic.com/376013/adam-pendleton-examines-the-multiplicity-of-blackness/Tronrud, Wendy. “Becoming Imperceptible” (book review). The Brooklyn Rail, 1 April 2017. http://brooklynrail.org/2017/04/art_books/Adam-Pendleton-Becoming-Imperceptible-Siglio-Press-2016Trouillot, Terence. “From Stokely Carmichael to Ad Reinhardt, Adam Pendleton’s New Book Traces the Unexpected Influence on ‘Black Dada’” (book review). Artnet News, 4 October 2017. https://news.artnet.com/art-world/adam-pendletons-black-dada-reader-1103051“25 Most Promising Artists Worldwide: Adam Pendleton.” LXRY, December 2017: 158, illustrated.Usmani, Josh. “MOCA Goes Big With Major Shows to Anchor These Cold Months in Cleveland” (MOCA Cleveland exhibition review) Cleve Scene, 25 January 2017. http://www.clevescene.com/cleveland/moca-goes-big-with-major-shows-to-anchor-these-cold-months-in-cleveland/Content?oid=5015308Webb, Hilary. “Silkscreen on Mylar: Adam Pendleton’s “Which We Can” at Pace, Palo Alto” (exhibition preview). Artinfo, 13 November 2017. http://www.blouinartinfo.com/news/story/2657167/silkscreen-on-mylar-adam-pendletons-which-we-can-at-pace-palo2016“Adam Pendleton” (Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans exhibition review). Art in America (April 2016): 25, illustrated.Betker, Ally. “The New New Orleans Emerges On the Art World’s Map” (Contemporary Arts Center in New Orleans exhibition review). W Magazine, 6 April 2016. http://www.wmagazine.com/culture/2016/04/adam-pendleton-contemporary-art-center-new-orleans/photos/D’Addario, John. “In Adam Pendleton Show at CAC, Thickets of Poetry, Politics, Art and History” (Contemporary Arts Center in New Orleans exhibition review). The New Orleans Advocate, 13 April 2016. http://www.theneworleansadvocate.com/features/arts/15457608-123/in-adam-pendleton-show-at-cac-thickets-of-poetry-politics-art-and-historyEscamilla, Carlos. “Review – Pendleton and Ignatti Rise Up at MCA Denver” (exhibition review). 303 Magazine, 18 August 2016. https://303magazine.com/2016/08/pendleton-ignatti-rise-up-mca-denver/Pendleton, Adam. “Adam Pendleton on Art’s Turbulent Moment” (Galerie Eva Presenhuber exhibition review). Interview with Sophie Gilbert. The Atlantic, 5 December 2016. https://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2016/12/adam-pendleton/509459/Pendleton, Adam. “I. Letters & Responses.” Correspondence with Thom Donovan. Shifter 23: Withdrawn: A Discourse (2016): 12–15.Indrisek, Scott. “From Black Lives Matter to Godard: Adam Pendleton in New Orleans” (Contemporary Arts Center exhibition review). Artinfo, 13 April 2016. http://www.blouinartinfo.com/news/story/1377003/from-black-lives-matter-to-godard-adam-pendleton-in-newJohnson, Ken. “Art in Review: ‘The Language of Things’” (City Hall Park exhibition review). The New York Times, 5 August 2016: C18, illustrated.Larkin, Daniel. “What Abstraction Can Teach Us About Race and Color Black” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). Hyperallergic, 17 August 2016. http://hyperallergic.com/308388/what-abstraction-can-teach-us-about-race-and-the-color-black/Pendleton, Adam. “In Conversation: Adam Pendleton with Allie Biswas” (Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans exhibition review). The Brooklyn Rail (September 2016): 63–65, illustrated.Pendleton, Adam. “Adam Pendleton” (Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans exhibition review). As told to Karlynne Ejercito. Artforum, 12 April 2016. http://artforum.com/words/id=59425Pogrebin, Robin. “Inside Art: Relating Past and Future In New Orleans” (Contemporary Arts Center exhibition preview). The New York Times, 12 February 2016: C22, illustrated."Portfolio by Adam Pendleton: Black Dada, System of Display." BOMB Magazine, 16 November 2016. http://bombmagazine.org/article/30081115/portfolioScheffler, Daniel. “’Becoming Imperceptible’: Adam Pendleton in New Orleans” (Contemporary Arts Center exhibition preview). Wallpaper*, 29 February 2016. http://www.wallpaper.com/art/adam-pendleton-tackles-race-in-his-own-way-at-contemporary-arts-center-new-orleans#148353Shaw, Anny. “New York Artist Adam Pendleton Gets Political in Zurich” (Galerie Eva Presenhuber exhibition preview). The Art Newspaper, 18 November 2016. http://theartnewspaper.com/news/news/new-york-artist-adam-pendleton-gets-political-in-zurich/Welsh, Clare. “CAC to Showcase Adam Pendleton With Three-Story Exhibit” (Contemporary Arts Center exhibition preview). Off Beat Magazine, 15 February 2016. https://www.offbeat.com/news/cac-showcase-adam-pendleton-three-story-exhibit/2015Cashdan, Marian. “Writing the Wall.” Surface, no. 117 (April 2015): 58, illustrated.Cooper, Ashton. “Supernova” (Pace London exhibition review). Cultured Magazine (April/May 2015): 88, illustrated.Edwards, Adrienne. “Blackness in Abstraction.” Art in America 103, no.1 (January 2015): 62–69, illustrated.Felix, M. “Adam Pendleton at Pace London” (exhibition review). Widewalls, 15 April 2015. http://www.widewalls.ch/adam-pendleton-at-pace-london/Gamerman, Ellen. “The Making of an Art-World Star.” The Wall Street Journal, 17 April 2015: D6, illustrated.“In the Frame: Pendleton Ponders on Race in America” (Pace London exhibition review). The Art Newspaper, 20 April 2015. http://www.theartnewspaper.com/news/in-the-frame/154460/Pendleton, Adam. “Adam Pendleton on Black Lives and His Pace London Exhibition” (exhibition review). Interview with Nicholas Forrest. Artinfo, 27 April 2015. http://uk.blouinartinfo.com/news/story/1144064/adam-pendleton-on-black-lives-and-his-pace-london-exhibition#Pollock, Lindsay. “Editor’s Letter.” Art in America (January 2015): 16, illustrated.Udy, Dan. “Adam Pendleton, New Work” (Pace London exhibition review). Art Review (Summer 2015): 141, illustrated.“What Art Can Teach Us about This Year’s Biggest New Stories That a Newspaper Can’t: Black Lives Matter” (Venice Biennale exhibition review). Artsy.net, 22 December 2015. https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-what-art-can-teach-us-that-a-newspaper-can-t2014Eldred, Caitlin. “Adam Pendleton: A Mirror into the Present.” Visionary Artistry Magazine, 4 May 2014. http://visionaryartistrymag.com/2014/05/adam-pendleton-a-mirror-into-present/Munro, Cait. “World’s Biggest Art Review: 7 Critics Cover 20 New York Gallery Shows: Adam Pendleton at Pace Gallery” (exhibition review). Artnet News, 11 April 2014. http://news.artnet.com/art-world/worlds-biggest-art-review-7-critics-cover-tk-new-york-gallery-shows-9097Pendleton, Adam. “Verbatim: Adam Pendleton” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). Interview with Brian Boucher. Art in America, 16 April 2014. http://www.artinamericamagazine.com/news-features/interviews/verbatim-adam-pendleton/Pendleton, Adam. “Amiri Baraka (1934–2014).” Artforum, 21 March 2014. http://artforum.com/passages/id=45815Pendleton, Adam. “The Artists’ Artists: Joan Jonas, Reanimation.” Artforum 53, no. 4 (December 2014): 123–130.Rakoczy, Nancy. “Adam Pendleton Revisits Bloody Shoot Out in Turbulent 1960s Oakland” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). M Daily, 16 April 2014. http://www.mdaily.co/exhibitions/2014/4/16/adam-pendleton-revisits-bloody-shoot-out-in-turbulent-1960s-oakland2013Frank, Priscilla. “Black Artists: 30 Contemporary Art Makers Under 40 You Should Know.” The Huffington Post, 26 February 2013. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/02/26/black-artists-under-40-contemporary-painters-sculptors-performance-race-representation-art_n_2725639.html#slide=2045544Gratza, Agnieska. “Adam Pendelton, Pace, London” (exhibition review). Frieze, no. 152 (January–February 2013): 164–165, illustrated.Jovanovic, Rozalia. “In The Air: Checking Out the Second Round of the Art Production Fund’s ‘Mural on the Bowery.” ArtInfo, 26 April 2013: http://blogs.artinfo.com/artintheair/2013/04/26/checking-out-the-second-round-of-the-art-production-funds-murals-on-the-bowery/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+artintheair+(Art+in+the+Air)Pendleton, Adam. “9 Artists Share the First Museums They Ever Visited: Adam Pendleton.” Complex Art + Design, 4 October 2013. http://www.complex.com/art-design/2013/10/artists-first-museums/adam-pendleton Pendleton, Adam. “Video: Adam Pendleton on the Work He Donated to TWO x TWO.” Artsy.net. Online video, 0:44. 21 October 2013. http://artsy.net/#post/editorial-video-adam-pendleton-on-the-work-he“Under 50: The Next Most Collectible Artists.” Art + Auction (June 2013): 119, 130, illustrated.Vogel, Carol. “Inside Art: A Warrior for Boston.” The New York Times, 1 March 2013: C24.Vogel, Carol. “Inside Art: Rolldown Steel Murals On Bowery Storefronts.” The New York Times, 11 April 2013: C26.2012“Adam Pendleton” (Pace London exhibition review). A Magazine, October 2012, illustrated.Andrews, Scott. “IAIR 12.1 at Artpace doesn’t quite line up. But that’s a good thing” (exhibition review). San Antonio Current, 6 April 2012.Bennett, Steve. “Exhibit Uses Language as a Visual Medium” (Artpace exhibition review). My San Antonio, 12 April 2015. http://www.mysanantonio.com/entertainment/visual_arts/article/Artists-in-residence-3478356.phpBynoe, Holly. “Evening with Adam Pendleton and Lorraine O’Grady at the MoMA.” Woman’s E Network, 9 April 2012.Gale, Richard. “Arts Choice: Adam Pendleton: I’ll Be Your” (Pace London exhibition review). The American (October 2012).Griffin, Tim. “Best of 2012: ‘Ecstatic Alphabets/Heaps of Language’” (Museum of Modern Art exhibition review). Artforum 51, no. 4 (December 2012): 241, installation view.Indrisek, Scott. “Studio Check: Adam Pendleton.” Modern Painters (October 2012): 44–47, illustrated.Miller, Michael H. “Inside the Black Cube: Adam Pendleton Brings Black Dada to MoMA and Pace.” New York Observer, 18 April 2012: B8, illustrated.Pendleton, Adam. “17 Questions for ‘Black Dadaist’ Adam Pendleton.” Interview by Allison Meier. Artinfo, 26 October 2012. http://www.artinfo.com/news/story/835954/17-questions-with-adam-pendletonWhite, Joshua. “Adam Pendelton: Pace – London” (exhibition review). Flash Art (November 2012): illustrated.2011Adams, Susan. “30 Under 30: Art & Design.” Forbes, 19 December 2011. http://www.forbes.com/sites/susanadams/2011/12/19/30-under-30-art-design/Adam Pendleton. “Glenn Ligon and Adam Pendleton: Site of Engagement.” Interview with Glenn Ligon. Flash Art (July–September, 2011). 84–88, illustrated.McDonough, Tom. “The Parallax View.” Artforum 50, no. 3 (November 2011): 230–237, illustrated. Pendleton, Adam. “Adam Pendleton.” Interview by Thom Donovan. BOMB Magazine, no. 114 (Winter 2011): 66–72, illustrated; cover.Williams, Tom. “Adam Pendleton” (The Kitchen exhibition review). Art in America (February 2011): 97, illustrated.2010Pendleton, Adam. “Adam Pendleton.” Interview with Thom Donovan. BOMB Magazine, no. 114 (Winter 2010): 66–72, illustrated; cover.Knight, Christopher. “After 1968” (California African American Museum exhibition review). Los Angeles Times, 3 February 2010. http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/culturemonster/2010/02/after1968californiaafricanamericanmuseum.htmlPendleton, Adam. “Greater New Yorkers: Adam Pendleton.” Interview by Kevin McGarry. T Magazine. 27 May 2010. http://tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/05/27/greater-new-yorkers-adam-pendleton/Wilson, Michael. “Adam Pendleton: ‘Band’” (The Kitchen exhibition review). Time Out New York. 10 December 2010.2009Bilton, Chris. “Deerhoof’s BAND Slam.” EyeWeekly.com, 18 September 2009. http://archives.eyeweekly.com/tiff/article/72250Cotter, Holland. “Museum and Gallery Listings: Studio Museum in Harlem” (exhibition review). The New York Times, 23 October 2009.Gopnik, Blake. “Younger Than Jesus” (New Museum exhibition review). The Washington Post, 17 May 2009: E4. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/artsandliving/museums/050809.htmlGruijthuijsen, Krist. “’The past does not influence me. I influence the past.’ An Interview with Adam Pendleton.” Metropolis M, no. 2 (April/May 2009): 60–66.McClemont, Doug. “Doug McClemont on Younger Than Jesus at the New Museum” (exhibition review). Saatchi Online TV and Magazine, April 13, 2009.McHugh, Gene. “Younger Than Jesus” (New Museum exhibition review). Artforum (Summer 2009): 325.“New York Artists Dictionary, Part I.” Flash Art (January/February 2009).Pendleton, Adam. “Xaviera Simmons.” Bomb, no. 108 (Summer 2009): 78–79.Pendleton, Adam. “Work In Progress” V Magazine, no. 58 (Spring 2009).Pendleton, Adam. “Black Dada: Conversation with Adam Pendleton.” Interview by Jess Wilcox. Artinamericamagazine.com, 2 March 2009. http://www.artinamericamagazine.com/news-opinion/the-market/2009-03-02/adam-pendleton-black-dada/2008Auslander, Philip. “After 1968: Contemporary Artists and the Civil Rights Legacy” (High Museum of Art exhibition review). Artforum (November 2008): discussed.Bonami, Francesco. “Performa 07 NY” (review). Domus (February 2008): discussed.Driscoll, Megan. “‘Sympathy for the Devil’ at Muse d’art Contemporain de Montreal” (exhibition review). Big Red & Shiny, no. 93, 30 October 2008. http://www.bigredandshiny.com/cgi-bin/BRS.cgi?section=out-of-town&issue=93&article=SYMPATHY_FOR_THE_288302Foz, Catherine. “High Museum Exhibit Falters. Works on Civil Rights era mute dialogue” (exhibition review). Atlanta Journal Constitution, 20 June 2008.Hamersly, Michael. “Rock ‘n’ Roll: ‘Sympathy for the Devil’ Shows How Two Genres Feed Off Each Other” (exhibition review). Miami Herald, 22 June 2008.Illes, Chrissie. “Biennial, Surveys and Retrospectives” (Performa 07 review). Frieze, no. 112 (January–February 2008): illustrated.Jonas, Joan. “Artists on Artists.” Artforum (December 2008): 98.Koenig, Wendy. “After 1968” (exhibition review). Art Papers (September–October 2008): 48–49, illustrated.Maneker, Roberta and Edward M. Gomez. “Top 100 Treasures.” Art & Antiques (November 2008).Menick, John. “Adam Pendleton, The Revival” (Performa 07 review). Art in America (March 2008): 53–54, illustrated.“Object, The Undeniable Success of Operations.” SMBA (Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam) Newsletter 104 (2008).Pendleton, Adam. “Focus: Painting.” Flash Art (November–December 2008): 48.Politi, Glancarlo. “Focus: Paintings: Dead Language or Cultural Terrorism.” Flash Art (November/December 2008): 48–51, illustrated.Rosenberg, Karen. “The Future as Disruption” (The Kitchen exhibition review). The New York Times, 1 August 2008: 29, discussed.Snead, Gillian. “Interview with Adam Pendleton.” The Highlights, no. IX, 2008. http://thehighlights.org/wp/terra-incognita#interview-with-adam-pendletonSpears, Dorothy. “’60s Legacy, Personal Histories” (High Museum of Art exhibition review). The New York Times, 1 June 2008: discussed.2007Cotter, Holland. “Art is Brief. You Just Have to Be There” (Performa 07 review). The New York Times, 9 November 2007: discussed.Donovan, Thom. “Context’s Dream” (Performa 07 review). Wild Horses on Fire, 5 November 2007. http://whof.blogspot.com/2007/11/contexts-dream.htmlLa Rocco, Claudia. “As Conceptual Art Evolves, One Mission is Unchanged: Keep Expanding the Possibilities” (Performa 07 review). The New York Times, 22 November 2007: discussed.Hannaham, James. “The Big Clean-Up” (Performa 07 review). The Village Voice, 6 November 2007: discussed.Lax, Thomas. “One to Watch [Adam Pendleton].” artkrush.com, 12 December 2007. http://artkrush.com/mailer/issue73/index.html#watchMidgette, Anne. “Peak Performances.” Art + Auction 31, no. 2 (October 2007): 186, discussed.Neil, Jonathan. “Adam Pendleton” (Perry Rubenstein exhibition review). Modern Painters (February 2007): 93, illustrated.Saltz, Jerry. “The Year in Art: 6. Best Sequel—Performa 07” (review). New York, 17 December 2007: discussed.2006Zieher, Scott. “His 19th Manifesto.” Art Review (June/July 2006): 23, illustrated.2005Artner, Alan G. “Adam Pendleton” (Rhona Hoffman Gallery exhibition review). Chicago Tribune, 4 March 2005.Grabner, Michelle. “Adam Pendleton” (Rhona Hoffman Gallery exhibition review). artUS, no. 8 (May–June 2005), illustrated.Greco, Stephen. “Virginia Painter and Performance Artist Adam Pendleton’s Big Time Sensuality.” Trace (October 2005).Johnson, Ken. “Adam Pendleton: ‘Deeper Down There’” (exhibition review). The New York Times, 20 May 2005Nusser, Madeline. “Adam Pendleton: Gorilla My Love” (exhibition review). Time Out Chicago, 3 March 2005.Robinson, Walter. “Weekend Update.” artnet.com, 10 May 2005. http://www.artnet.com/Magazine/reviews/walrobinson/robinson5-10-05.asp2004Ammirati, Domenick. “The Outlaw Series.” ArtUS (April 2004).Hirsch, Faye. “Ballroom Marfa Launched.” Art in America (July/August 2004).Johnson, Ken. “Black Milk: Theories of Suicide” (Marvelli Gallery exhibition review). The New York Times, 16 July 2004: discussed.Levin, Kim. “Voices Change.” The Village Voice, 28 July 2004.Loiselle, Megan. “Interactive Art Comes to C-U” (Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities exhibition review). Daily Illini, 13 October 2004.Smith, Roberta. “Adam Pendleton: ‘Being Here’” (exhibition review). The New York Times, 23 July 2004. Adam PendletonBooks and Catalogues Adam Pendleton Books 2018Adam Pendleton: Our Ideas (exhibition catalogue). Texts Suzanne Hudson, Alec Mapes-Frances, Adrienne Edwards, and the artist. London: Pace Gallery, 2018.Fired Up! Ready to Go! New York: Rizzoli Electa, 2018.2017Adam Pendleton: Black Dada Reader. London: Konig Books, 2017.2016Adam Pendleton: Becoming Imperceptible (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Andrea Andersson, Naomi Beckwith, Stephen Squibb and Kitty Scott. New Orleans: Contemporary Arts Center, 2016.Blackness in Abstraction (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Adrienne Edwards. New York: Pace Gallery, 2016: 127–135, illustrated.Pendleton, Adam. “Black Dada (2008/2015).” In Social Medium: Artists Writings; 2000–2015. Edited by Jennifer Liese. Brooklyn: Paper Monument, 2016: 232–243.Pendleton, Adam. “One Arrangement of Notes.” In On Value. Edited by Ralph Lemon. New York: Triple Canopy, 2016: 145–150; 149, illustrated.2015Adventures of the Black Square: Abstract Art and Society 1915 – 2015 (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Iwona Blazwick and Magnus Af Petersens. London: Whitechapel Gallery, 2015: plate 102, p. 157.2014Love Story – The Anne & Wolfgang Titze Collection (exhibition catalogue). Vienna: Verlag für modern Kunst Nürnberg, 2014: 226–7, illustrated.2013Interruption. 30th Ljubljana biennial of Graphic Arts (exhibition catalogue). London: Black Dog Publishing, Ltd., 2013: 166–9, illustrated.Radical Presence: Black Performance in Contemporary Art (exhibition catalogue). Houston: Contemporary Art Museum Houston, 2013: 94–95, illustrated.2012Adam Pendleton: I’ll Be Your (exhibition catalogue). Text by Suzanne Hudson. London: Pace Gallery, 2012.Hoptman, Laura. “Ecstatic Alphabets/Heaps of Language” (exhibition catalogue). Bulletins of The Serving Library, no. 3 (April 2012). Berlin and New York: Sternberg Press; Dexter Sinister, 2012: , illustrated.2011RADIO (exhibition catalogue). Text by Adam Pendleton. Salina, Kansas: Salina Art Center, 2011.2010Barson, Tanya and Peter Gorschlüter, eds. Afro-Modernism: Journeys through the Black Atlantic (exhibition catalogue). Liverpool: Tate Liverpool, 2010: 168, illustrated.Biesenbach, Klaus, Connie Butler and Neville Wakefield. Greater New York (exhibition catalogue). New York: MoMA P.S.1, 2010.Carlozzi, Annette DiMeo, ed. Desire (exhibition catalogue). Austin: Blanton Museum of Art, University of Texas, Austin, 2010: 50–1, illustrated.Gwinn, Elizabeth and Lauren Haynes. Re:collection: Selected Works from the Studio Museum in Harlem. New York: Studio Museum in Harlem, 2010.2009Adam Pendleton: El T D K (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Mark Beasley, Jena Osman, Krist Gruijthuijsen, and the artist. Berlin: Haunch of Venison, 2009.Encodings: Artists in Residence, 2008–2009 (exhibition catalogue). New York: Studio Museum in Harlem, 2009.The Generational: Younger Than Jesus (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Lauren Cornell, Massimilano Gioni, Laura Hoptman et al. Göttingen, Germany: Steidl, 2009: 588–591, ill.Lees, Nicola, ed. Serpentine Gallery Manifesto Marathon (exhibition catalogue). London: König., 2009: 164–9.Pendleton, Adam. Grey-Blue Grain. Amsterdam: Kunstverein Publishing, 2009.Younger Than Jesus Artist Directory: The Essential Handbook to a New Generation of Artists. London and New York: Phaidon, 2009.2008After 1968: Contemporary Artists and the Civil Rights Legacy (exhibition catalogue). Text by Jeffrey D. Grove. Atlanta: High Museum of Art, 2008.Beasley, Mark, ed. Hey Hey Glossolalia: Exhibiting the Voice (exhibition catalogue). New York: Creative Time, 2008.Freeway Balconies (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Nancy Spector, Sarah Lewis, Dominic Eichler et al. New York: Guggenheim Museum Publications, 2008: 32–33, illustrated.Manifesta 7: The European Biennial of Contemporary Art (exhibition catalogue). Milan: Silvana, 2008.2007Searching for Sebald: Photography after W.G. Sebald. Edited by Lise Patt. Los Angeles: Institute of Cultural Inquiry, 2007:Sympathy for the Devil: Art and Rock and Roll Since 1967 (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Dominic Molon, Bob Nickas, Richard Hell et al. Chicago: Museum of Contemporary Art, 2007: 68–69, illustrated; back cover.2006Adam Pendleton: So I Independent in Georgia in the 90’s. New York and Paris: Yvon Lambert Gallery, 2006.2005Double Consciousness: Black Conceptual Art Since 1970 (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Valerie Cassel Oliver, Franklin Simans. Houston: Contemporary Arts Museum, 2005.Frequency (exhibition catalogue). Text by David Drogin. New York: Studio Museum in Harlem, 2005: 70–1, illustrated.