David Lynch Portrait of David Lynch, photography by Josh Telles Details:b. 1946, Missoula, Montana Read More David Lynch’s five-decade career spans an extensive range of artmaking including painting, drawing, photography, printmaking, sculpture, music, and film.Over the past three decades he has written and directed critically acclaimed films such as Eraserhead (1977), The Elephant Man (1980), Blue Velvet (1986), Lost Highway (1997), Mulholland Drive (2001), Inland Empire (2006) and the television series Twin Peaks (1990–91). While studying painting at the Boston Museum School and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in the late 1960s, Lynch envisioned his first ‘moving painting,’ a multidimensional composition beneath a moving projection titled Six Men Getting Sick (Six Times) (1967). This multimedia work marked Lynch’s first foray into video and filmmaking. Since then, his prolific career has touched on subjects of the organic body and industrial sites in various states of decay, describing a deeper human experience both beyond and within the everyday. Often depicting scenes with an eye toward surrealism and mystery, Lynch’s work balances the porous divide between the body and the world it inhabits.Lynch has been the subject of numerous exhibitions, including The Air is on Fire: 40 years of Paintings, Photographs, Drawings, Experimental Films, and Sound Creations, Fondation Cartier, Paris, France (2007), which traveled to La Triennale di Milano, Milan, Italy (2008); Cultural Foundation Ekaterina, Moscow (2009), and GL Strand, Copenhagen, Denmark (2011); David Lynch: The Factory Photographs, Photographers’ Gallery, London (2014); David Lynch: Squeaky Flies in the Mud, Sperone Westwater, New York (2019); David Lynch: My Head is Disconnected, HOME, Manchester, United Kingdom (2019), and David Lynch: From the Fringes of the Mind, Gyre Gallery, Tokyo, Japan (2019). Retrospectives of his work include Someone is in my House, Bonnefantenmuseum, Maastricht (2018–19); Silence and Dynamism, Centre of Contemporary Art, Torun, Poland (2017–18); Between Two Worlds, Queensland Art Gallery in Brisbane, Australia (2015), and The Air is on Fire, Fondation Cartier, Paris (2007). In 2013, Brett Littman curated a thematic selection of works utilizing “naming” through narrative text at Kayne Griffin Corcoran, Los Angeles, which traveled to the Middlebrough Institute of Modern Art (2014–15). In 2014, a survey was presented at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts where the artist previously studied painting. Read More David Lynch, Clear Top Lamp, 2022, cold-rolled steel, resin, 60-1/2" × 14" × 24" (153.7 cm × 35.6 cm × 61 cm) © David Lynch David Lynch, White Table Top Lamp, 2022, cold-rolled steel, plaster, resin, 13-3/4" × 6" × 6" (34.9 cm × 15.2 cm × 15.2 cm) © David Lynch David Lynch, Yellow Green Violet Lamp, 2011, cold-rolled steel, plaster, tint, resin 60" × 24" × 12" (152.4 cm × 61 cm × 30.5 cm) © David Lynch David Lynch, Gauze Lamp, 2002-2003, cold-rolled steel, plaster, gauze, resin, 50" × 14" × 12" (127 cm × 35.6 cm × 30.5 cm) © David Lynch, photo by Robert Wedemeyer, Los Angeles David Lynch, Hands Up, Cowboy!, 2020, mixed media painting on wood, 41 3/4" × 37 11/16" × 4 7/8" (106 cm × 95.7 cm × 12.4 cm) © David Lynch. Photo by Robert Wedemeyer, Los Angeles David Lynch, Untitled, 2020, mixed media painting on wood, 41 11/16" × 38 7/8" × 3 5/8" (105.9 cm × 98.7 cm × 9.2 cm) © David Lynch. Photo by Robert Wedemeyer, Los Angeles David Lynch, Woman with Small Dead Bird, 2018, mixed media painting, 58 9/16" × 52 3/4" × 5 9/16" (148.7 cm × 134 cm × 14.1 cm) © David Lynch. Photo by Robert Wedemeyer, Los Angeles David Lynch, Blue Kiss with Tree, 2020, mixed media on canvas, 28 11/16" 34 3/4" × 3 3/4" (72.9 cm × 88.3 cm × 9.5 cm) © David Lynch. Photo by Robert Wedemeyer, Los Angeles Exhibitions View All On View David Lynch Big Bongo Night Nov 4 – Dec 17, 2022 New York Journal View All News David Lynch Joins Pace Gallery Oct 06, 2022 One-Artist Exhibitions Group Exhibitions Public Collections Books and Catalogues Periodicals Close One-Artist Exhibitions David Lynch One-Artist Exhibitions DatesBorn 1946, Missoula, Montana.Lives and works in Los Angeles, California.Education1963–1964, Corcoran School of Art, Washington, D.C.1964–1965, Boston Museum School, Boston, MassachusettsPennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania2022David Lynch: Infinite Deep, Helsinki Photo Festival, Finland, November 4, 2022–February 28, 2023.David Lynch: Big Bongo Night, Pace Gallery, New York, November 4–December 17, 2022.David Lynch: I Like to See My Sheep, Sperone Westwater Gallery, New York, November 3–December 17, 2022.2021Infinite Deep: The Photographic World of David Lynch, International Photo Festival Olten, Switzerland, March 26–July 26, 2021. Traveled to: Nikolaj Kunsthal, Copenhagen, Denmark, September 4, 2021–January 16, 2022.2019David Lynch: Squeaky Flies in the Mud, Sperone Westwater, New York, November 1–December 21, 2019.David Lynch: My Head is Disconnected, curated by Sarah Perks and Omar Kholeif, HOME Manchester, United Kingdom, July 6–September 29, 2019.David Lynch: From the Fringes of the Mind, Gyre Gallery, Tokyo, April 18–June 22, 2019.2018David Lynch: Someone in My House, Bonnefantenmuseum, Maastricht, Netherlands, November 30, 2018–April 28, 2019. (Catalogue)David Lynch: I Was a Teenage Insect, Kayne Griffin Corcoran, Los Angeles, September 8–November 3, 2018.David Lynch. Dreams: A Tribute to Fellini, Maison du diable, Espace culturel de la Fondation Fellini, Sion, Switzerland September 8–December 16, 2018.2017David Lynch: Stories, Belgrade Cultural Center, Belgrade, Serbia, 2017.David Lynch: One Hour / One Night, Item Gallery, Paris, 2017.David Lynch: Silence and Dynamism, Centre of Contemporay Art, Toruń, Poland, November 12, 2017–February 18, 2019.David Lynch: Smiling Jack, Galerie Karl Pfefferle, Munich, Germany, opened September 7, 2017.2016David Lynch: Plume of Desire, Item Gallery, Paris, closed June 16, 2016,David Lynch: It Was Like Dancing with a Ghost, Keteleer Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium, May 21–March 3, 2016.2015Voices of 20 Contemporary Artists at Idem Paris: Lithography Studio in Montparnasse, Tokyo Station Gallery, Tokyo, December 5, 2015–February 7, 2016.David Lynch: Between Two Worlds, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Queensland, March 14–June 7, 2015. (Catalogue)2014David Lynch When Emerging, Rodger LaPelle Galleries, Philadelphia, 2014.David Lynch: Naming, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, Middlesbrough, United Kingdom, December 12, 2014–March 26, 2015.David Lynch: The Factory Photographs, Fondazione MAST, Bologna, Italy, September 17–December 31, 2014. (Catalogue)David Lynch: The Unified Field, The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, September 13, 2014–January 11, 2015. (Catalogue)David Lynch, Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo, June 25–July 14, 2014.David Lynch: The Factory Photographs, The Photographers’ Gallery, London, January 17–March 30, 2014.David Lynch: Small Stories, La maison Européenne de la Photographie, Paris, January 15–March 16, 2014; Cinéma Galeries, Brussels, Belgium, November 24, 2014–February 19, 2015.2013David Lynch: Naming, Kayne Griffin Corcoran, Los Angeles, November 23, 2013–January 11, 2014. (Catalogue)David Lynch: New Works, Kayne Griffin Corcoran, Los Angeles, July 27–September 7, 2013.David Lynch: Circle of Dreams, Centre de la Gravure et de l’Image imprimée de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles, La Louvière, Belgium, February 23–May 19, 2013.2012David Lynch: Lithographs, Galeria Miejska BWA, Bydgoszcz, Poland, November 21–December 30, 2012.David Lynch: Chaos Theory of Violence and Silence, La Foret Museum, Tokyo, November 10–December 2, 2012. (Catalogue)David Lynch: It Happened at Night, Galerie Karl Pfefferle, Munich, Germany, October 26–December 22, 2012.Dark Images: David Lynch on Sylt, Galerie Chelsea Sylt, Kampen, Germany, May 27–September 30, 2012.David Lynch, Tilton Gallery, New York, March 6–April 14, 2012.David Lynch: Man Waking from Dream, Fonds Régional d’Art Contemporain Auvergne, Clermont-Ferrand, France, January 28–May 20, 2012. (Catalogue)2011David Lynch: Works on Paper, Item Gallery, Paris, 2011.David Lynch: New Paintings and Sculptures, Griffin and Corcoran, Santa Monica, California, March 19–May 28, 2011.2010David Lynch: News Prints and Drawings, Item Gallery, Paris, 2010.David Lynch: Photographs, Galerie Karl Pfefferle, Munich, Germany, October 29–December 18, 2010.David Lynch, Mönchenhaus Museum, Goslar, Germany, October 9, 2010–January 30, 2011.David Lynch: I Hold You Tight, Musée Jenisch, Vevey, Switzerland, September 4–26, 2010Darkened Room, Six, Osaka, Japan, August 7–October 9, 2010; Seoul, Korea, opened October 21, 2010.Marilyn Manson and David Lynch: Genealogies of Pain, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, June 30–July 25, 2010. (Catalogue)David Lynch: Lithos 2007-2009, Musée du dessin et de l’estampe originale, Gravelines, France, June 27–October 17, 2010. (Catalogue)2009David Lynch: Hand of Dreams, Item Gallery, Paris, 2009.David Lynch, XVIII Festival Ars Cameralis 2009, Ars Cameralis Culture Institution, Katowice, Poland, November 25, 2009–January 5, 2010.David Lynch: Dark Splendor, Max Ernst Museum, Brühl, Germany, November 22, 2009–April 10, 2010. (Catalogue)David Lynch: New Paintings, Griffin and Corcoran, Santa Monica, California, September 12–December 12, 2009.David Lynch - I See Myself: Machines, Abstraction and Women, Galerie des Galeries, Paris, September 8–October 3, 2009.2008David Lynch: New Photographs, Epson Kunstbetrieb, Düsseldorf, Germany, September 27–November 23, 2008.2007David Lynch: Inland Empire, Galerie du Jour agnès b., Paris, 2007.David Lynch: Prints in Paris, Item Gallery, Paris, 2007.David Lynch - The Air is on Fire: 40 years of Paintings, Photographs, Drawings, Experimental Films, and Sound Creations, Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, March 3–May 27, 2007. Traveled to: La Triennale di Milano, Milan, October 9, 2007–January 13, 2008; Cultural Foundation Ekaterina, Moscow, April 11–July 12, 2009; GL Strand, Copenhagen, September 26, 2010–January 16, 2011. (Catalogues)2004David Lynch: Painting and Photography, Atlas Sztuki, Lodz, Poland, November 30, 2003–January 25, 2004. (Catalogue)2001David Lynch, Couvent des Jacobins, Printemps de Septembre, Toulouse, France, September 28–October 14, 2001.1997David Lynch: Dreams, Otsu Parco Gallery, Osaka, Japan, 1997.David Lynch, Galerie Piltzer, Paris, closed February 16, 1997.1995David Lync: Photographs and Drawings, David Lynch, Kohn/Turner Gallery, Los Angeles, May 6–June 3, 1995.1993David Lynch, James Corcoran Gallery, Santa Monica, California, 1993.1992David Lynch, Sala Parpalló, València, Spain, May–June 1992. (Catalogue)1991David Lynch: Paintings and Drawings, Touko Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, January 12–27, 1991. (Catalogue)Strange Magic: Early Works by David Lynch, Payne Gallery, Moravian College, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, March 7–31, 1991.1990David Lynch, N. No. N. Gallery, Dallas, Texas, April 1990.1989David Lynch: New Paintings, James Corcoran Gallery, Santa Monica, California, August 12–September 2, 1989.David Lynch, Leo Castelli Gallery, 578 Broadway, New York, February 4–25, 1989.1987David Lynch, Rodger LaPelle Galleries, Philadelphia, 1987.David Lynch: Recent Drawings, James Corcoran Gallery, Santa Monica, California, September 10–October 8, 1987.1968David Lynch, Paley Library Gallery, Temple University, Philadelphia, December 14, 1969–January 17, 1969.1967David Lynch, Dianne Vanderlip Gallery, Philadelphia, 1967. Group Exhibitions David Lynch Group Exhibitions 2021WOOD WORKS: Raw, Cut, Carved, Covered, Sperone Westwater, New York, June 4–August 27, 2021.2019Life to Come, curated by Asad Raza, Metro Pictures, New York, January 17–February 16, 2019.2018Saul Leiter, David Lynch, Helmut Newton: Nudes, Helmut Newton Foundation, Berlin, December 1, 2018–May 19, 2019.2017Art y Cine: 120 Años de intercambios (group exhibition), CaixaForum, Madrid, April 26–August 20, 2017.Highlights, Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea, May 30–August 15, 2017.Les Visitants: Guillermo Kutica Reflects on the Fondation Cartier Collection, Kirchner Cultural Centre, Sarmiento, Argentina, October 26, 2017–June 24, 2018.2016The Conversation Continues…, Orlando Museum of Art, Florida, September 16–December 31, 2016.2015Stories Tellers, Bandjoun Station, Bandjoun, Cameroon, March 6–October 30, 2015.2014Frank Gehry: Solaris Chronicles, Part 2, Atelier de la Mecanique, LUMA Arles Campus, Arles, France, April 5–October 26, 2014.2013Hypnotherapy, Kent Fine Art, New York, May 4–June 29, 2013.2012Lost Paradise: Blumenbilder in der Fotografie der Gegenwart, Mönchenhaus Museum, Goslar, Germany, August 11–September 23, 2012.2011Mathematics: A Beautiful Elsewhere, Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, Paris, October 21, 2011–March 18, 2012.2010Crime and Punishment, from Goya to Picasso, Musée d’Orsay, Paris, March 16–June 27, 2010.2009Dark Night of the Soul, Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles, California, May 30–July 11, 2009. (Catalogue)David Lynch and William Eggleston: Photographs, Galerie Karl Pfefferle, Munich, Germany, March 20–May 9, 2009.2007Fetish, Galerie du Passage, Paris, October 3–November 3, 2007. Traveled to: Garage Center for Contemporary Culture, Moscow, April 9–May 10, 2009. (Catalogue)2001The City of the Film-makers, Centre de Cultura de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, July 24–November 25, 2001.1997Photo-Op: Tim Burton, Dennis Hopper, David Lynch, John Waters, Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, April 4–June 8, 1997.1996Painting Pavilion, Open Air Museum, Hakone, Japan, 1996. Traveled to: Park Tower Hall, Tokyo, 1996; Namba City Hall, Osaka, Japan, 1996; Artium, Fukuoka, Japan, 1996.1989Revelations, Espace Lamartine, Paris, December 1989.University of Hawaii, Honolulu, April–May 1989.1987Fellowship 1897–1987: 90th Anniversary Exhibition, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, October 30–November 29, 1987.1979Washington International Art Fair, Washington, D.C., 1979.1968New Talent, Kenmore Gallery, Philadelphia, closed December 1–11, 1968.1967David Lynch, Bob Moreck, Tom Palmore, Glen Thomas, William Barnett Gallery, Philadelphia, October 8–October 30, 1967. Public Collections David Lynch Public Collections Bonnefantenmuseum, Maastricht, NetherlandsCentre de la Gravure et de l’Image imprimée, La Louvière, BelgiumDenver Art Museum, ColoradoFondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, ParisFondazione MAST, BolognaGreenville County Museum of Art, South CarolinaLos Angeles County Museum of Art, CaliforniaMaison europeenne de la photographie, ParisThe Museum of Modern Art, New YorkMuseum Würth, Künzelsau, GermanyThe Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia Books and Catalogues David Lynch Bibliography Books 2021David Lynch: Digital Nudes (exhibition catalogue). Edited by Pierre-Èdouard Couton. Paris: Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, 2021.2020Martin, Richard. The Architecture of David Lynch. London: Bloomsbury Adademic, 2020.Reid, James D. Agency and Imagination in the Films of David Lynch: Philosophical Perspectives. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2020.2019Bushman, David. The Women of David Lynch: A Collection of Essays. Columbus, Ohio: Fayetteville Mafia Press, 2019.David Lynch: Rozmowy. Compiled by Richard A. Barney; translated by Mariusz Berowski and Marta Szelichowska. Warszawa: Axis Mundi, 2019.Duma, Sergio L. David Lynch: Viaggio Nell'occulto. Rome: Weird, 2021.Dusi, Nicola and Cinzia Bianchi. David Lynch: Mondi Intermediali. Milano, Italy: FrancoAngeli, 2019.2018David Lynch: Someone Is in My House (exhibition catalogue). Edited by Stijn Huijts; with essays by Michael Chabon, Petra Giloy-Hirtz and Kristine McKenna. Munich, London and New York: Prestel, 2018.2015David Lynch: Between Two Worlds (exhibition catalogue). Brisbane: Queensland Art Gallery; Gallery of Modern Art, 2015.2014David Lynch: The Unified Field (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Robert Cozzolino and Alethea Rockwell. Philadelphia: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; Oakland, California: The University of California Press, 2014.David Lynch: The Factory Photographs (exhibition catalogue). Edited by Petra Giloy-Hirtz. London: Petrel, 2014.2013David Lynch: Naming (exhibition catalogue). Los Angeles: Kayne Griffin Corcoran, 2013.2012David Lynch: Chaos Theory of Violence and Silence (exhibition catalogue). Text by Takayo Iida; co-edited by Yoshiko Ikoma. Tokyo: Laforet Museum Harajuku, 2012.2010David Lynch: Lithos, 2007-2009 (exhibition catalogue). Edited by Patrice Forest; with an essay by Chihiro Minato and an interview with the artist by Dominique Païni. Gravelines, France: Musée du dessin et de l’estampe originale, 2010.Marilyn Manson & David Lynch: Genealogies of Pain (exhibition catalogue). Text by David Galloway and Cathérine Hug. Viennal: Kunsthalle Vienna, 2010.2009David Lynch: Dark Splendor (exhibition catalogue). Edited by Werner Spies. Brühl: Max Ernst Museum, 2009.Dark Night of the Soul (exhibition catalogue). Written and produced by Danger Mouse and Sparklehorse; visuals by David Lynch. New York: PowerHouse Books, 2009.2007David Lynch: The Air Is on Fire (exhibition catalogue). Paris: Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, 2007.David Lynch: Snowmen (exhibition catalogue). Göttingen and Paris: Steidl; Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, 2007.David Lynch: Works on Paper (exhibition catalogue). Göttingen and Paris: Steidl; Fondation Carier pour l’art contemporain, 2007.Fetish: David Lynch, Photographies; Christian Louboutin, Souliers (exhibition catalogue). Paris: Regard, 2007.1992David Lynch (exhibition catalogue). Valencia: Edicions Alfons el Magnn̉im, Institució Valenciana d'Estudis i Investigació, 1992.1991David Lynch: Paintings and Drawings (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Kristine McKenna, David Lynch, Takashi Nibuya, Noi Sawaragi, Yuji Konno, and Makoto Takimoto. Tokyo: Touko Museum of Contemporary, 1991. Periodicals David Lynch Bibliography Periodicals 2022Appert, Caroline. “Les nus féminins de David Lynch à l’honneur d’un nouveau livre.” Architectural Digest France (www.admagazine.fr), 23 February 2022.Bergeret, Chloé. “David Lynch photographie les corps nus féminins, entre fantasme et réalité.” www.numero.com (Numéro), 23 February 2022.Phoenix, Rain. “The Art of David Lynch.” FLOOD, issue 12, 2022: cover, 128–139.2021Evemy, Benjamin Blake. “David Lynch’s Clandestine Nude Photography.” Mutual Art. 19 June 2020. Web.Riefe, Jordan. “David Lynch’s Light Sculptures to Showcase at Hollywood Art Fair.” The Hollywood Reporter (www.hollywoodreporter.com), 28 July 2021.2019Battaglia, Andy. “David Lynch Dines in Celebration of His Suitably Odd Art Show in New York,” Art News, 6 November 2019. Web.Brain, Eric. “David Lynch Holds ‘My Head is Disconnected’ Retrospective in Manchester,” Hypebeast, 2 July 2019. Web.Dickinson, Michael. “David Lynch at Home – Full Film and Music Programme Announced.” VultureHound, 9 May 2019. Web.Edquist, Grace. “The Expanded Consciousness of David Lynch’s ‘Squeaky Flies in the Mud’.” Vogue, 8 November 2019. Web.Goldstein, Andrew. “David Lynch on His Failed Quest to Find Oskar Kokoschka in a Castle and Why ‘Painting Will Never Die.’” Artnet News, 19 March 2019. Web.Goldstein, Andrew. “From $1250,000 Robo-Snails to David Lynch’s Nightmare, Here Are 6 of the Best Artworks at Art Basel Miami Beach 2019.” Artnet, 5 December 2019. Web.Holmes, Helen. “David Lynch Will Unveil New Mixed-Media Paintings at Sperone Westwater This Fall.” Observer, 9 October 2019. Web.“A Major David Lynch Exhibition is Coming to the UK.” Another Man, 11 March 2019. Web.“The mysterious world of David Lynch’s photographs of old factories.” Far Out Magazine, 9 June 2019. Web.Neilson, Laura. “David Lynch Doesn’t Believe in Suffering for Art.” WSJ Magazine, 24 October 2019. Web.Phong Bui. “David Lynch with Phong Bui.” Brooklyn Rail, December 2019. Web.Siegal, Nina. “David Lynch’s Art Peers Behind the Façade.” The New York Times, March 2019. Web.Siegal, Nina. “David Lynch exhibition explores another side of his dark imaginings.” The Sydney Morning Herald, 22 March 2019. Web.2018Appleford, Steve. “David Lynch, the director as painter, festival impresario and ant collaborator.” Los Angeles Times, 28 September 2018. Web.Belcove, Julie. “David Lynch: ‘All I wanted to be was a painter’.” Financial Times, 22 June 2018. Web.“David Lynch at the Bonnefantenmuseum.” Sotheby’s Museum Network, December 2018. Web.“David Lynch: ‘I Was a Teenage Insect’.” Frieze, 28 May 2018. Print/web.Diehl, Travis. “Lynch in Traffic.” CARLA, November 2018. Web.Enright, Robert. “Dark Enlightenment: An Interview with David Lynch.” Border Crossing, August 2018. Web.Greenberger, Alex. “’I Like Dogs with a Human Head’: David Lynch Shows New Paintings in Los Angeles.” Art News, 7 September 2018. Web.Krug, Simone. “Critics’ Picks: David Lynch.” Artforum, 18 October 2018. Web.Lhooq, Michelle. “David Lynch talks about shaking up perceptions as his Festival of Disruption returns to Los Angeles.” Los Angeles Times, 12 October 2018. Web.Nimptsch, Emily. “David Lynch: I was a Teenage Insect.” Riot Material, 28 September 2018. Web.Pagel, David. “Review: David Lynch’s paintings reveal insecurities of adolescence and maligned misfits.” Los Angeles Times, 26 October 2018. Print/Web.Sanderson, Sertan. “Largest David Lynch retrospective to date on show in Maastricht.” Deutsche Welle, 30 November 2018. Web.Sayej, Nadja. “David Lynch Thinks Transcendental Meditation Is a Better Investment Than the Miltary.” Vice, 15 October 2018. Web.Smith, PD. “Room to Dream review—a remarkable insight into David Lynch.” The Guardian, 21 July 2018. Web.Sutton, Benjamin. “David Lynch Curates an Art and Music Festival in Brooklyn.” Hyperallergic, 16 May 2018. Web.2017Davis, Ben. “The Key to Understanding the New ‘Twin Peaks’ Lies in Another Dimension: David Lynch’s Art Career” Artnet, 31 May 2017. Web.Hassett, Christopher. “The New Avant-Garde: David Lynch’s Glorious Late-Career Vision.” Riot Material, 24 August 2017. Web.Martinez, Alanna. “Want to Understand ‘Twin Peaks’? Look at David Lynch’s Paintings First.” Observer, 18 May 2017. Web.Michno, Christopher. “The Primitive, Expressive Figurations of David Lynch.” Riot Material, 14 February 2017. Web.Simmons, William J. “David Lynch: The Eroticism of Space.” King Kong, April 2017. Web.2016Beauman, Ned. “Side Effects May Include.” Frieze, 26 March 2016. Web.2015Ash, Romy. “The dark inspiration of American auteur David Lynch.” The Saturday Paper, 21 March 2015. Web.Eichel, Molly. “Why Philly cares so much about David Lynch and why you should too.” Philly.com, 12 September 2015. Web.Fitzgibbon, Coleen and Simmons, Will. “On the Paintings of David Lynch.” BOMB Magazine, 2 April 2015. Magazine. Web.“It’s All Went a Bit David Lynch.” The Crack Magazine, 1 January 2015. Magazine. Web.Lim, Dennis. “Fields of Dreams.” Artforum, January 2015. Web.“Pursuit of creative freedom puts filmmaker and artist David Lynch between two worlds – watch full interview.” ABC Arts, 13 March 2015. Web.2014Adelson, Fred B. “David Lynch: ‘Philadelphia is Percolating in Me’.” Courier Post, 23 October 2014. Web.Artforum, September 2014: 44–145. Magazine.Bodey, Michael. “David Lynch, Twin Peaks creator, brings paintings to Brisbane’s GOMA.” The Australian, 15 November 2014. Web.Bors, Chris. “Critics: Picks: David Lynch.” Artforum, 29 December 2014. Web.Brown, Mark. “Damn fine coffee and an individual slice of visual art – two sides of David Lynch.” The Guardian, 11 December 2014. Web.Chu, Christie. “The 25 Must-See Museum Shows Around the World.” Artnet, 24 October 2014. Web.“David Lynch: Art house cinema is in a ‘sad time’.” BBC News, 12 December 2014. Web.“David Lynch presents drawings + paintings for naming exhibit at mima.” Designboom, 23 November 2014. Web.“David Lynch: The Unified Field.” Publisher’s Weekly, 8 November 2014. Web.Devaney, Thomas. “David Lynch: The Unified Field.” Artforum, Web.Epstein, Edward. “Brotherly Love, David Lynch-Style.” Art in America, 11 September 2014. Web. Magazine.Gosling, Emily. “David Lynch’s damn good new MIMA show explores his use of naming.” It’s Nice That, 14 November 2014. Web.Hoban, Phoebe. “David Lynch on his First Retrospective of Original Artwork.” T Magazine, 12 September 2014. Web.Johnson, Ken. “Forever Wild at Heart.” The New York Times, 17 September 2014. Web.Jun, Christine. “David Lynch’s factory fantasyland.” DAZED, 2014. Web.Leopold, Shelley. “David Lynch: One Frame at a Time.” Artillery Magazine, 1 July 2014. Web.“Let’s Plan Your Outing With LA Hangout Guide.” Lighthouse, January 2014. 90.Many, Rachel. “Recap: David Lynch ‘Naming’ Opening at Kayne Griffin Corcoran.” LA Canvas, November 2013. Web.Neil, Jonathan T.D. “David Lynch New Works and Naming (Curated by Brett Littman).” Art Review, January 2014. 123.Newhall, Edith. “David Lynch’s Dark Days.” Art News, 10 September 2014. Web. Magazine.Rea, Steven. “Philadelphia-haunted David Lynch returns for an expansive salute.” Philly.com. 8 September 2015. Web.Sheets, Hilarie. “David Lynch, Who Began as a Visual Artist, Gets a Museum Show.” The New York Times, 28 August 2014. Newspaper. Web.“The twin careers of David Lynch: We visit the director’s art exhibition in Middlesbrough.” BBC News, 15 December 2014. Web.“Twin Peaks Fans Ecstatic As David Lynch Brings Art Exhibition To MIMA.” Artlyst, 13 November 2014. Web.Williams, Maxwell. “David Lynch Continues to Haunt American Culture, Onscreen and On Canvas.” Artsy, 6 November 2014. Web.2013Adler, Noah. “David Lynch’s Surreal Paintings.” Opening Ceremony, 22 November 2013.Artsy, Avishay. “David Lynch on painting, meditation, and LA weather.” KCRW, 20 November 2013. Web.Blouin Artinfo. “Playboy Marfa Does Dallas, David Lynch Lands Philly Retro, and More.” Artinfo, 15 November 2013Carbone, Nick, Kelly Conniff, Dan Macsai, Lily Rothman and Courtney Subramanian. “Pop Chart.” Time Magazine, 16 December 2013.Cripps, Charlotte. “David Lynch unveils photographs of desolate factories in new exhibition.” The Independent, 2 December 2013. Web.“David Lynch Has a Solo Art Exhibition Coming Up in Los Angeles.” DailyMe, 14 November 2013“David Lynch: Naming.” My Art Guides, December 2013. Web.Elloway, Andi. “David Lynch ‘Naming’ Opening at Kayne Griffin Corcoran, Los Angeles.” Purple Diary, November 2013.Fonder, Sarah. “David Lynch Has a Solo Art Exhibition Coming Up in Los Angeles.” Flavorwire, 14 November 2013. Web.Frank, Priscilla. “David Lynch’s Nightmarish World Comes to Life In Paintings.” Huffington Post, 22 November 2013. Web.Hundley, Jessica. “New David Lynch Exhibit Explores Filmmaker’s Multidisciplinary Career.” The Hollywood Reporter, 3 December 2013.Garrova, Robert. “David Lynch’s ‘Naming’ at Kayne Griffin Corcoran gallery: Not film but still plenty Lynchian.” 89.3 KPCC Southern California Public Radio, 22 November 2013.Genocchio, Benjamin. “Conversation with David Lynch.” Art + Auction, May 2013Green, Emily. “Inside David Lynch's 'Naming' Solo Art Show Opening Reception.” Guest of a Guest, 26 November 2013. Web.Littman, Brett. “Kayne Griffin Corcoran Presents David Lynch Naming.” Installation Magazine 35 (November 2013). Web.Many, Rachel. “Recap: David Lynch ‘Naming’ Opening at Kayne Griffin Corcoran.” LA Canvas, November 2013. Web.Mostyn-Brown, Megan. “The Weekend Guide.” Daily Candy, 21 November 2013. 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