John Gerrard Western Flag John Gerrard, Western Flag (Spindletop Texas), 2017, 2017 simulation, Edition of 4 + 2 APs © John Gerrard John Gerrard Photography by Michael Duerr, courtesy the artist. Detailsb. 1974, North Tipperary, IrelandConnectjohngerrard.firstname.lastname@example.org Breaching the divisions between portrait, landscape and history painting, generating moving images that no longer belong to ‘time-based media’, rethinking the monumentalism of land art in the age of Google Earth, and now exploring an expanded arena of choreography and performance, the innovative form of John Gerrard’s work keeps pace with the subtle complexity of its subject-matter.In the contemporary world, simulations are no longer just secondhand copies, but are increasingly both engine and autopilot of leisure, economy, politics and warfare. Gerrard’s work offers us portraits of this world through the prism of its own technological medium: using the very software that enables the operations of entertainment, industry and warfare.Gerrard has developed a sophisticated method of trans-historical collage, overlaying terrain, figure, image and gesture captured from real bodies and sites using satellite data, intensive photographic documentation, 3D scanning and motion capture. The resulting works are sculptures that exist in virtual space, within environments that include complex algorithmic choreographies, multiple moving viewpoints, and realistic cycles of day and night that unfold in ‘real time’ over the course of an entire year.Such works, evidently, can never be experienced as a whole. In each case, what you see is one of many possible projections of a highly complex data set, every aspect of which is continually calculated and rendered in real time. These moving images have never existed as a time series: each frame is produced and rendered dynamically, and instantly discarded. The nature of such images, and the emerging visual culture they belong to, remains an open question for art history and theory.Despite the high-tech production, the restraint Gerrard brings to these bleak scenes, and the resigned complacency and stereotyped behaviors of their players, recall Beckett’s minimal theatre of exhaustion more than Hollywood CGI movies. Each of the works sets in place an algorithmic set of conditions, which are then left to unfold within the time and space of the virtual world. The viewer—a technologically-mediated subject, scanning the scene at a distance, through the virtual cameras that orbit the scene—is left to piece together the logic of their movements and the nature and meaning of the performance.Text by Robin Mackay John Gerrard, Western Flag (Spindletop Texas), 2017, 2017 simulation, Edition of 4 + 2 APs © John Gerrard John Gerrard X. Laevis (Spacelab) John Gerrard, X. Laevis (Spacelab) 2017, 2017, simulation, Edition of 4 + 2 APs © John Gerrard Installation view, John Gerrard, X. Laevis (Spacelab) 2017, 2017, simulation, Edition of 4 + 2 APs © John Gerrard John Gerrard, Lufkin (near Hugo, Colorado) 2009, 2009, simulation, dimensions variable, Edition of 6 + 2 APs © John Gerrard Journal View All Artist Projects John Gerrard: Mirror Pavilion Opens in Galway City Sep 03, 2020 Videos John Gerrard Talks to Jasper Sharp May 18, 2020 Artist Projects John Gerrard Participating in the 2019 Okayama Art Summit Oct 01, 2019 One-Artist Exhibitions Group Exhibitions Public Collections Periodicals Books and Catalogues Close John GerrardOne-Artist Exhibitions John-Gerrard One-Artist.pdf DatesBorn 1974, North Tipperary, IrelandLives in Dublin, Ireland and Vienna, AustriaEducation2009 Rijksakadamie, Independent Residency Program, Amsterdam, The Netherlands2000–2001 MSc Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland1998–2000 MFA The School of the Art Institute of Chicago1994–1997 BFA Sculpture, The Ruskin School of Fine Art and Drawing, Oxford University, England2019John Gerrard: Western Flag (Spindletop, Texas) 2017, Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid, December 2–13, 2019.John Gerrard: Western Flag (Spindletop, Texas) 2017, Rathausmarkt Hamburg, Germany, September 8–15, 2019.2018John Gerrard: Solar Reserve, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, July 12–September 3, 2018.2017John Gerrard: Solar Pavilion / World Flag, Galway International Arts Festival, Ireland, July 17–30, 2017.John Gerrard: X. laevis (Spacelab), Simon Preston Gallery, New York, April 30–June 25, 2017.John Gerrard: Western Flag (Spindletop, Texas) 2017, commissioned by Channel 4, presented by Somerset House, London, April 21–27, 2017.2016John Gerrard: Power.Play, Ullens Centre for Contemporary Art, Beijing, June 9–August 7, 2016. (Catalogue)2015John Gerrard: Exercise, Darmstadt Kunsthalle, Germany, April 26–October 11, 2015.John Gerrard: Farm, Thomas Dane Gallery, London, February 7–March 28, 2015.2014John Gerrard; Dialogue (John Gerrard / David Claerbout), MuHKA, Antwerp, Belgium, October 24, 2014–January 18, 2015.John Gerrard; Solar Reserve, Lincoln Centre in association with the Public Art Fund, New York, October 3–December 1, 2014.John Gerrard; Exercise (Djibouti), Screenspace, Melbourne, March 14–April 24, 2014.John Gerrard; Sow Farm, Rat Hole Gallery, Tokyo, February 28, 2014–November 14, 2015.John Gerrard; Exercise, Borusan Contemporary, Istanbul, February 28–April 4, 2014.2013John Gerrard; Pulp Press, Kistefos Museet, Jevnaker, Norway (permanent install), 2013.John Gerrard; Cuban School, Galway Arts Festival, Galway, Ireland, July 15–28, 2013.John Gerrard; Exercise, Simon Preston Gallery, New York, March 1–April 14, 2013.2012John Gerrard; Exercise (Djibouti), Modern Art Oxford, England July 7–29, 2012.John Gerrard; mima / AV Festival, Middlesbourgh, England, March 1–July 1, 2012. 2011John Gerrard; Infinite Freedom Exercise, Manchester International Festival, England, July 5–17, 2011.John Gerrard; Sow Farm. Galerie Schloss Damtschach, Austria, May 29–July 22, 2011.John Gerrard; Live Fire Exercise (in collaboration with Wayne McGregor) The Royal Opera House, London, May 13–May 20, 2011.John Gerrard; Universal, Void Gallery, Derry, Northern Ireland, March 1–April 1, 2011.John Gerrard; Perth Institute of Contemporary Art (PICA), Western Australia, February 16–April 3, 2011.John Gerrard, Ivorypress, Madrid, February 7–April 4, 2011.2010John Gerrard; Oil Stick Work, Art on the Underground, Canary Wharf Station, London, May 13, 2010–May 22, 2011.John Gerrard; Sow Farm: What You See is Where You're At, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, November 28, 2009–February 28, 2010.John Gerrard; Cuban School (Community 5th of October), Simon Preston Gallery, New York,November 4–December 19, 2010.John Gerrard; Thomas Dane Gallery, London, February 2–March 25, 2010.2009John Gerrard; Directions: John Gerrard, Hirshhorn Museum + Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C., November 5, 2009–May 31, 2010.John Gerrard; John Gerrard / Glenn Ligon, Illingworth Kerr Gallery, Alberta College of Art and Design, Calgary, October 9–December 12, 2009.John Gerrard; Animated Scene, Collateral Event at the 53rd International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia, June 4–September 30, 2009.John Gerrard; Sentry, Knoedler Project Space, New York, January 22–March 21, 2009.John Gerrard; Oil Stick Work, Simon Preston Gallery, New York, January 10–March 8, 2009.2007John Gerrard; Dark Portraits, Hilger Contemporary, Vienna, January 30–March 1, 2007.2005John Gerrard; Dark Portraits, Royal Hibernian Academy (RHA) Gallagher Gallery, Dublin, November 17, 2005–January 7, 2006.2003John Gerrard: New Work, The Gallery of Photography, Dublin, October 23–November 30, 2003.2000John Gerrard: 30 Seconds of Desire, Zolla Lieberman Gallery, Chicago, 2000. John GerrardGroup Exhibitions John Gerrard Group Exhibitions.pdf 2020Chapter 3HREE : Maarten Spruyt, Het HEM, Zandaam, The Netherlands, January 24–May 3, 2020.2019Water after all, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, December 14, 2019–June 14, 2020.Surveillées, Solstice Arts Centre, Navan, Ireland, November 9, 2019–January 10, 2020.Okayama Art Summit, Okayama, Japan, September 27–November 24, 2019.Feel the Sun in Your Mouth: Recent Acquisitions, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C., August 24, 2019–February 2, 2020.FLAG - objekt, ikon, symbol, Randers Kunstmuseum, Denmark, August 10, 2019–January 12, 2020.The Aerodrome, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, UK, June 12–September 8, 2019.Desert X, Palm Springs/Coachella Valley, California, February 9–April 21, 2019.2018In the open or in stealth - the unruly presence of an intimate future, MACBA Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona, Spain, October 31, 2018–March 17, 2019.The Value of Freedom, Belvedere 21, Museum of Contemporary Art, Austria, September 19, 2018–February 10, 2019.Surveillées, Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris, September 14–December 16, 2018.To See Time Go By, Inhotim – Galeria Fonte, Brazil, September 6, 2018.Long March Project: Building Code Violations III, Long March Space, Beijing, July 21–August 26, 2018.I was raised on the internet, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, June 23–October 14, 2018.MANIFESTA 12 – The Planetary Garden. Cultivating Coexistence, Manifesta – European’s Nomadic Biennial, Palermo, Sicily, June 16–November 4, 2018.Beyond Words, 4th International Mardin Biennial, Mardin, Turkey, May 4–June 4, 2018.A World in a Grain of Sand: Mapping Shapes and Sites for Social Geometries, Fosun Foundation, Hainan, China, April 28–May 12, 2018.endless now, Donaufestival Krems - Festival for Music, Performance and Art, Krems, Austria, April 27–May 6, 2018.EVA International, Ireland’s 38th Biennial, Limerick, Ireland, April 14–July 8, 2018.Eco-Visionaries, Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology, Lisbon, Portugal, April 11–October 8, 2018.Counting the waves, CCS Bard Hessel Museum, Annandale–on–Hudson, New York, April 8–May 27, 2018.Land / Sea / Signal, RuaRed, Espace Multimedia Gantner, France, April 7–July 7, 2018. Traveled to: Luznava Manor, Latvia, May 19–June 29, 2018.2017Truth: 24 frames per second, Dallas Museum of Art, October 22, 2017–January 28, 2018.Overture: Selections from the Borusan Contemporary Art Collection, New York, October 12–28, 2017.Virtual views: Thoma Foundation, Orlando Museum of Art, September 15–December 31, 2017.Electricity, Teylers Museum, Haarlem, The Netherlands, July 25, 2017–January 7, 2018.Wormwood, Ellis King Gallery, Dublin, July 7–August 12, 2017.A Handful of Dust, Whitechapel Gallery, London, June 7–September 3, 2017.I Want! I Want! Art & Technology, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, England, April 1–October 1, 2017.Marching in Circles, Long March Space, Beijing, March 4–May 7, 2017.Electricity, Wellcome Collection, London, February 23–June 25, 2017.2016Flag (Thames) 2016, Shanghai Biennale, Power Station for Art, Shanghai, November 11–December 3, 2016.Cuban School (Sancti Spiritu) 2011, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, May 14, 2016.2015Walk Through British Art, Tate Britain, London, 2015.Mankind / Machinekind, Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna, November 4, 2015–February 20, 2016.Reset I, Priska Pasquer, Cologne, Germany, September 5–November 28, 2015.Boolean Expressions, Glucksman Gallery, Cork, Ireland, July 25–November 8, 2015.Art Unlimited, Art Basel, Switzerland, June 18–21, 2015.Art In The Age Of…Planetary Computation, Witte de With, Rotterdam, Holland, May 22–August 16, 2015.Politics of Amnesia, Fieldgate Gallery, London, May 20–June 21, 2015.Open Source, Art at the Eclipse of Capitalism, Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin, March 12–April 18, 2015.Creating Realities. Encounters between Art and Cinema, Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich, Germany, March 10–May 31, 2015.Art In The Age Of…Asymmetrical Warfare, Witte de With, Rotterdam, Holland, January 23, 2015–January 3, 2016.2014Treasure of Lima: A Buried Exhibition, TBA21 Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary, Vienna, 2014.The Space Where I Am, Blain Southern Gallery, London, July 17–September 27, 2014.The Surface of World: Architecture and the Moving Image, Museum of Contemporary Art & Design, Pasay, Philippines, June 6–August 27, 2014.2013The Everyday Experience, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, November 3, 2013–January 26, 2014.Coexist, Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, Dublin, 2013.0 to 60, The Experience of Time in Contemporary Art, North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, North Carolina, March 24–August 11, 2013.Out of the Ordinary, The Hirshorn Museum + Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C., February 19, 2013–May 19, 2014.The Universal Addressability of Dumb Things, Bluecoat, Liverpool, England, February 16–April 14,2013. Traveled to: Nottingham Contemporary, April 27–June 30, 2013, and De la Warr Pavilion, July 13–October 20, 2013.2012Arrivi e Partenze Europa, Fondo Mole Vanvitelliana, Ancona, Italy, 2012.To remind: works of memory and monument, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, Middlesbrough, England, 2012.The Pursuit of Perfection: The Politics of Sport, South London Gallery, London, July 27–September 14, 2012.More Real, SITE Santa Fe, New Mexico, July 7, 2012. Traveled to: Minneapolis Institute of Arts, March 21–June 9, 2013.Junge Akademie 2012, Akademie der Kuenste, Berlin, April 25–June 29, 2012.Marking Time, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, March 29–June 3, 2012.Visions Fugitives, studio national des arts contemporains, Le Fresnoy, France, February 11–April 15, 2012.201120/20, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Ireland, 2011.Beyond (Look at my face: my name is Might Have Been; I am also called No More, Too Late, Farewell), Kumu Art Museum, Tallinn, Estonia, October 7–January 8, 2011.Fragments in Time and Space, Hirshhorn Museum + Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C., June 23–August 28, 2011.2010The Real Thing, Tate Britain, London, September 3, 2010.The Fifth Genre, Gallery Lelong, New York, June 25–July 30, 2010.Invited EV+A, Limerick Gallery of Art, Limerick, Ireland, March 12–May 23, 2010.2009Huésped, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Rosario, Rosario, Argentina, 2009.Infinitum, La Bienniale di Venezia 53rd International Art Exhibition, Venezia, Italy, June 7–September 30, 2009.2008Landscape 08, The Dock Gallery, Co., Leitrim, Ireland, 2008.On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, hilger contemporary, Vienna, 2008.Mortal Coil, Parkers Box Gallery, Brooklyn, New York, September 12–October 5, 2008.Academia, la Chapelle de l’Ecole des beaux-Arts, Paris, September 10–November 23, 2008.Singing the Real, Eigse, Carlow, Ireland, June 7–June 15, 2008.Navigating the Ether, Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, New York, May 9–June 12, 2008.10,000 to 50: Contemporary Art from the Members of Business to Arts, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, April 20–August 4, 2008. (Catalogue)John Gerrard / Joy Gerrard, Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, Dublin, April 12–May 24, 2008.2007Are We There Yet, Elizabeth Foundation Gallery, New York, 2007.Landscapism, The Islip Art Museum, East Islip, New York, 2007.Existencias, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León, Léon, Spain, September 1, 2007–January 6, 2008.Singing the Real, Iziko-SA National Gallery, Cape Town, July 19–September 30, 2007.Equal, That Is, To The Real Itself, Marian Goodman Gallery, New York, June 21–July 28, 2007.Blown Away, Krannert Art Museum, Champaign, Illinois, January 25–March 30, 2007.2006Code Blue, Millennium Art Museum, Beijing, 2006.Digital Tales, The Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea, Santiago de Compostela, Spain, 2006.The Genius of Place, Taubman Museum of Art, Roanoke, Virginia, 2006.Human Touch, Sala Terrena, Salzburg, Austria, 2006.Present Future, Artissima, Turin, Italy, 2006.4th Seoul International Media Art Biennale, Seoul Museum of Art, South Korea, October 17, 2006.Freeform, Butler Gallery, Kilkenny, Ireland, April 1–May 7, 2006.Digital Transit, Centro Cultural del Conde Duque, Madrid, February 8–April 2, 2006.2005Bring on the Clones, Vertex List, Brooklyn, New York, 2005.Climax, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, Taiwan, 2005.The Institute of Potential Art + Failure, Carlow Visualise, Carlow, Ireland, 2005.Simulcrum, Society for Contemporary Photography, Kansas City, Missouri, 2005.Eurojet Futures Anthology, RHA, Dublin, July 16–August 28, 2005.2004Eurojet Futures, RHA, Dublin, 2004.Liverpool Biennial, Liverpool, England, September 18–November 28, 2004.Some Exhaust, Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York, August 13–September 25, 2004. John GerrardPublic Collections John Gerrard Public Collections.pdf Arts Council, Dublin, IrelandBornemisza Contemporary Art Foundation, Wien, AustriaBorusan Contemporary, IstanbulCarl & Marilynn Thoma Art Foundation, Santa Fe, New Mexico and ChicagoHirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.Irish Arts Council Collection, DublinIrish Museum of Modern Art, DublinKistefos-Museet Sculpture Park, Jevnaker, NorwayLos Angeles County Museum of ArtMiddlesborough Institute of Modern Art, United KingdomMuseo de Arte Contemporaneo de Castilla y Leon, Leon, SpainThe Museum of Modern Art, New YorkPinakothek der Moderne, Munich, GermanyPinault Collection, ParisSan Francisco Museum of Modern ArtTate LondonUllens Center for Contemporary Art, BeijingWellcome Trust, London John GerrardPeriodicals John Gerrard Periodicals.pdf 2019Cargill, Adriana. "Desert X Brings An Art Choose-Your-Own-Adventure To The Coachella Valley." laist.com, 11 February 2019. https://laist.com/2019/02/11/desert_x_brings_brings_an_art_choose-your-own-adventure_to_palm_springs.php2018Bradley, Kimberly. "A City at the Crossroads Examines Migration, Through Art.” The New York Times, 22 June 2018. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/22/arts/design/manifesta-palermo.htmlCheetham, Mark. "Outside In: Reflections of British Landscape in the Long Anthropocene.” British Art Studies, no.10, November 2018. https://www.britishartstudies.ac.uk/issues/issue-index/issue-10/outside-inChu, Mimi. "EVA International: A Heavy Duty Show on Limerick’s Industrial History.” Frieze Online, 30 April 2018. https://frieze.com/article/eva-international-heavy-duty-show-limericks-industrial-historyDoherty, Meghan. “The Virtual World of John Gerrard." Unframed LACMA Online, 11 July 2018. https://unframed.lacma.org/2018/07/11/virtual-world-john-gerrardFitzGerald, Lisa. "Black Gold: Digitally-Simulated Environments and the Material Aesthetics of Oil." Transformations: issue 32, November 2018. http://www.transformationsjournal.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Trans32_6_fitzgerald.pdfSearle, Adrian. “Manifesta12 review plant sex, puppets and a dial-a-spy booth” (Manifesta 12 exhibition review). The Guardian, June 2018. https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2018/jun/20/manifesta-12-review-art-biennale-palermo-video-art-political-statementsSpiegler, Almuth. “Die Leerstelle des Todes von Parndorf.” die Presse, 16 June 2018. https://www.diepresse.com/5447833/die-leerstelle-des-todes-von-parndorf?from=suche.intern.portalMoffitt, Evan. “Manifesta 12: The Dark Heart of the Biennial Shows Human Suffering Out of Control” (Manifesta 12exhibition review). Frieze Magazine, 19 June 2018. https://frieze.com/article/manifesta-12-dark-heart-biennial-shows-human-suffering-out-controlVankin, Deborah. "LACMA debuts ‘Solar Reserve,’ a digital sculpture addressing energy conservation" (Los Angeles County Museum of Art exhibition review). Los Angeles Times, 12 July 2018. https://www.latimes.com/entertainment/arts/la-et-cm-solar-reserve20180712-story.html2017Anton, Saul. "A Fresh Perspective." Frieze Magazine, 21 August 2017. https://frieze.com/article/fresh-perspectiveEastham, Ben. "One Take: John Gerrard’s Western Flag (Spindletop, Texas)" (Somerset House exhibition review). Frieze Magazine, 1 June 2017. https://frieze.com/article/one-take-john-gerrards-western-flag-spindletop-texasTipton, Gemma. "Heat, comfort, mobility – it all comes from petroleum." The Irish Times, 20 April 2017. https://www.thomasdanegallery.com/usr/documents/press/download_url/823/2017_april_the-irish-times_jg-copy.pdfTipton, Gemma. "John Gerrard on sculpting smoke, false flags and how it all comes down to petroleum." The Irish Times, 22 April 2017. https://www.irishtimes.com/culture/art-and-design/john-gerrard-on-sculpting-smoke-false-flags-and-how-it-all-comes-down-to-petroleum-1.3051691Valentine, Ben. "Adrift in the Waters of our Dark, Befouled Planet." Hyperallergic, 14 July 2017. https://hyperallergic.com/387348/adrift-in-the-waters-of-our-dark-befouled-planet/2016Bradley, Kimberly. "10. Reanimate: Interview with John Gerrard." COS, September 2016. https://www.cosstores.com/en_usd/explore/magazine-aw18.htmlChan, Dawn. "Previews." Artforum, 2 May 2016. https://www.artforum.com/print/previews/201605/john-gerrard-59730Connolly, Maeve. "Artists’ TV - What's motivating broadcasters to collaborate with artists?" Frieze.com, 11 May 2016. https://frieze.com/article/artists-tvGopnik, Blake. "John Gerrard’s CGI Predicted Brexit" (Simon Preston Gallery exhibition review). Artnet News, 30 June 2016. https://news.artnet.com/opinion/john-gerrard-simon-preston-gallery-535694Tipton, Gemma. "The best places to experience Irish culture overseas." The Irish Times, 26 November 2016. https://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-style/travel/the-best-places-to-experience-irish-culture-overseas-1.28692922015Barnard, Imelda. "The View from Earth: John Gerrard at Thomas Dane" (Thomas Dane Gallery exhibition review). Apollo Magazine, 5 March 2015. https://www.apollo-magazine.com/view-earth-john-gerrard-thomas-dane/Compton, Nick. "John Gerrard: ’Farm’ at London’s Thomas Dane Gallery explores the unfathomable proportions of modern technology“ (Thomas Dane Gallery exhibition review). Wallpaper, 10 February 2015. https://www.wallpaper.com/art/john-gerrard-farm-at-londons-thomas-dane-gallery-explores-the-unfathomable-proportions-of-modern-technologyForrest, Nicholas. "INTERVIEW: John Gerrard on his ‘Slippery’ Sims at Thomas Dane Gallery." Blouin Artinfo, 17 February 2015. http://simonprestongallery.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/2015_ArtInfo.pdfFrankel, Eddy. "John Gerard: Farm" (Thomas Dane Gallery exhibition review). Time Out, 20 February 2015. https://www.timeout.com/london/art/john-gerrard-farmHolmes, Kevin. "An Artist and a Helicopter Capture Google's Off-Limits Data Farm“ (Thomas Dane Gallery exhibition review). The Creator's Project - Vice, 13 February 2015. https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/aen3xk/artist-and-helicopter-capture-off-limits-data-farmJones, Johnathan. "Where the internet lives: the artist who snooped on Google’s data farm." The Guardian, 4 February 2015. https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2015/feb/04/google-data-farm-john-gerrard-internet-artKleinman, Adam. "John Gerrard’s ‘Farm’" (Thomas Dane Gallery exhibition review). Art Agenda, 18 March 2015. https://www.art-agenda.com/features/237033/john-gerrard-s-farmMcCoy, Kirk. "Leonardo DiCaprio to donate art installation to LACMA.” Los Angeles Times, 9 June 2015. https://www.latimes.com/entertainment/arts/culture/la-et-cm-leonardo-dicaprio-lacma-gift-20150609-story.htmlPickford, James. "Internet artist bring ‘the cloud’ to earth” (Thomas Dane Gallery exhibition review). Financial Times, 6 February 2015. https://www.ft.com/content/c4a1b91a-ae09-11e4-8188-00144feab7dePhillips, Sam. "Our pick of this week’s art events: 6–12 February, RA Recommends." RA Magazine, 6 February 2015. https://www.royalacademy.org.uk/article/our-picks-of-this-weeks-art-events-6-12-february2014Becker, Carol. "Here Comes The Sun” (Lincoln Center exhibition review). Art in America, 1 December 2014. https://www.artnews.com/art-in-america/features/here-comes-the-sun-63046/Beta, Andy. "John Gerrard's 'Solar Reserve' Comes to Lincoln Center" (Lincoln Center exhibition review). Wall Street Journal, 2 October 2014. https://www.wsj.com/articles/john-gerrards-solar-reserve-comes-to-lincoln-center-1412268559Fehily, Toby. "John Gerrard." Art Guide Australia, 18 March 2014. https://www.thomasdanegallery.com/usr/documents/press/download_url/437/jg_art-guide-australia_march-2014.pdfGopnik, Blake. "John Gerrard’s Chilling View of Solar Heat“ (Lincoln Center exhibition review). Artnet News, 28 October 2014. https://news.artnet.com/exhibitions/john-gerrards-chilling-view-of-solar-heat-146435Havran, Jiru. "Pulp Press" (Kistefos Sculpture Museum exhibition review). Domus, 24 April 2014. https://www.domusweb.it/en/news/2014/04/24/a2_architects_pulp_press.htmlTipton, Gemma. "Critics’ Picks: John Gerrard“ (Lincoln Center exhibition review). Artforum, 15 November 2014. https://www.artforum.com/app.php/picks/public-art-fund-lincoln-center-49060Vogel, Carol. "Warhol’s Presley and Brando Head to Auction.“ The New York Times, 4 September 2014. https://www.nytimes.com/2014/09/05/arts/design/warhols-presley-and-brando-head-to-auction.html?searchResultPosition=12013Cullinan, Emma. "Paper sculpture in a pulp-press pavilion" (Kistefos Sculpture Museum exhibition review). The Irish Times, 22 June 2013. https://www.irishtimes.com/culture/art-and-design/visual-art/paper-sculpture-in-a-pulp-press-pavilion-1.1438421Cutaya, Michaele. "A Glitch in the Matrix." Irish Arts Review, 2013. https://www.irishartsreview.com/a-glitch-in-the-matrix/Dunne, Aidan. "John Gerrard, modernist ruins and the deceit of endless growth" (Galway Arts Festival exhibition review). The Irish Times, 20 July 2013. https://www.thomasdanegallery.com/usr/documents/press/download_url/218/the-irish-time-page_1_july-2013.pdfHaber, John. "The Art of War." Haber Arts, April 2013. http://www.haberarts.com/gaillard.htmWright, Herbert. "Pulp Press" (Kistefos Sculpture Museum exhibition review). Blueprint Magazine, August 2013. https://www.thomasdanegallery.com/usr/documents/press/download_url/204/blueprint-magazine-august-issue-2013.pdfYin-Wong, Flora. "Mark Leckey’s 5 dumbest things.” Dazed Digital, February 2013. https://www.dazeddigital.com/artsandculture/article/15557/1/mark-leckeys-5-dumbest-things2012Aspden, Peter. "Beyond Wall Power." Financial Times, 14 January 2012. https://www.ft.com/content/a4b6b67c-39b9-11e1-8707-00144feabdc0Saaed, Abdullah. "Photo Journalism Powered by a Game Engine." The Creators Project, 1 June 2012. https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/pgz489/photo-journalism-powered-by-a-game-engine-john-gerrard-creates-woeful-cg-depictions-of-the-real-world2011Bonaventura, Paul. "John Gerrard." Art Monthly, 3 October 2011. https://www.thomasdanegallery.com/usr/documents/press/download_url/115/jg-art-monthly-oct-11.pdfGritz, Anna. "John Gerrard" (Simon Preston Gallery exhibition review). Frieze, March 2011. https://frieze.com/article/john-gerrard?language=enHall, Emily. "John Gerrard" (Simon Preston exhibition review). Artforum, 7 February 2011. https://www.thomasdanegallery.com/usr/documents/press/download_url/114/artforum_feb2011001.pdfWard, Chelsea. "From war to hyperreal art." New Scientist, 11 July 2011. https://www.newscientist.com/article/mg21128202-000-from-war-to-hyperreal-art/2010Adam, Georgina. "Bye-bye to bling." The Financial Times, 21 February 2010. https://www.thomasdanegallery.com/usr/documents/press/download_url/117/ft_21feb_2010.pdfAdam, Georgina. "The Art Market: A Return to Seriousness.” The Financial Times, 12 February 2010. https://www.ft.com/content/c977e716-175f-11df-87f6-00144feab49aAllen, Jennifer. "The Artwork Without Us." Mousse, February/March 2010. http://moussemagazine.it/mousse-22-out-now/Appleyard, Brian. "A portrait of human folly." 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Text by Robin Mackay; interview with Robin Peckham. Beijing: Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, 2016.2015Art in the Age of…. (exhibition catalogue). Edited by Defne Ayas, Natasha Hoare, and Adam Kleinman. Rotterdam, Netherlands: Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, 2015. Simulations, Exercise, Operations (exhibition catalogue). Edited by Robin Mackay. Falmouth, United Kingdom: Urbanomic, 2015.2014John Gerrard: Exercise (Djibouti) 2012 (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Timothy Holland, James Der Derian, and Simone Hine. Melbourne: Screenspace, 2014.2012More Real?: Art in the Age of Truthiness (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Elizabeth Armstrong, D. Graham Burnett, Tom Gunning, Norman M. Klein, Carrie Lambert-Beatty, Mark Levy, and Glenn D. Lowry. Minneapolis: Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 2012.2011John Gerrard (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Elena Ochoa Foster, Ed Keller, and Yoani Sanchez. London: Ivorypress, 2011.2010EV+A 2010 – matters (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Elizabeth Hatz and Paul O’Reilly. Kinsale, Ireland: Gandon Editions, 2010.2009Making Worlds: 53rd International Art Exhibition: La Biennale Di Venezia (exhibition catalogue). Edited by Daniel Birnbaum and Jochen Volz. Milan: Marsilio, 2009. John Gerrard: Animated Scene (exhibition catalogue). Text by John Gerrard; edited by Jasper Sharp. London: Royal Hibernian Academy, 2009.In-Finitum (exhibition catalogue). Edited by Axel Vervoordt. Wijnegem, Belgium: Vervoordt Foundation, 2009.200810,000 to 50: Contemporary Art from the Members of Business to Arts (exhibition catalogue). Dublin: Irish Museum of Modern Art, 2008. Academia. Qui es’ tu? (exhibition catalogue). Text by Henry-Claude Cousseau; edited by Axel Vervoordt. Gent, Belgium: Axel Vervoordt in association with Mer. Paper Kunsthalle, 2008.2007MUSAC Collection Volume II. Texts by Pablo Alonso, Carlos Ordas, Tania Pardo, Agustin Perez Rubio, Octavio Zaya, et. al. León, Spain: Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León, 2007.2006Dark Portraits: John Gerrard (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Shane Brighton and Christiane Paul. Dublin: Royal Hibernian Academy, 2006.2003EV+A 2003: on the border of each other (exhibition catalogue). Edited by Sheila Deegan, Mike Fitzpatrick, Paul O’Reilly, and Siobhan O’Reilly. Kinsale, Ireland: Gandon Editions, 2003.