Keith Coventry, Pure Junk VIII, 2016, carved wood, muslin, beeswax, gesso, glass and wood, 216 cm × 136 cm × 7 cm (85-1/16" × 53-9/16" × 2-3/4") framed © Keith Coventry Keith Coventry Detailsb. 1958, Burnley, United KingdomConnectkeithcoventry.com Keith Coventry’s paintings and sculptures filter everyday subject matter—the British Monarchy, fast food, addiction, and public housing, among others—through the lens of modernist idealism, bringing the movements of twentieth-century art and their tendencies in dialogue with contemporary political, cultural, and social issues.He was featured in the seminal exhibition Sensation at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, in 1997 and was a co-founder and curator of City Racing, an influential not-for-profit gallery in Kennington, South London from 1988-98. In 2006, Coventry received a mid-career retrospective at Glasgow's Tramway (Art Centre) and in 2010 was awarded the John Moores Painting Prize. His work has been exhibited widely in the United Kingdom and Europe and is included in collections worldwide, including the British Council; Tate Modern; Arts Council of England; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; and The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Keith Coventry, Untitled ("Junk" series), 2002, oil on linen, glass and wood, 56.1 x 45.9 x 5.4 cm (22-1/16 x 18-1/16 x 2-1/8") © Keith Coventry Keith Coventry, Aspen Estate, 1998, oil on linen, glass and wood, 84 cm x 69 cm x 5.5 cm (33-1/16" x 27-3/16" x 2-3/16") © Keith Coventry Exhibitions View All Hong Kong Keith Coventry Golden Arches Past Nov 23, 2017–Jan 10, 2018 London Keith Coventry White Black Gold Past Apr 27–May 28, 2016 London Today's Specials Past Jul 31–Sep 6, 2014 Journal View All Museum Exhibitions Keith Coventry’s Junk Series Included in British Museum’s New Acquisitions Exhibition Oct 29, 2018 Museum Exhibitions Keith Coventry included in "Double Act: Art and Comedy" presented at The MAC Belfast Apr 27, 2016 Press Keith Coventry in Frieze Magazine Oct 28, 2015 One-Artist Exhibitions Group Exhibitions Public Collections Periodicals Books and Catalogues Close Keith CoventryOne-Artist Exhibitions Keith Coventry One-Artist Exhibitions DatesBorn 1958, Burnley, LancashireEducation1982, Chelsea School of Art, London, M.A.1978–1981, Brighton Polytechnic, B.A.2018Keith Coventry: Junk & Pure Junk, Reflex Gallery, Amsterdam, February 24–April 4, 2018. (Catalogue)2017Keith Coventry, 1961 Projects, Singapore, November 25, 2017–January 28, 2018.Keith Coventry: Golden Arches, Pace Hong Kong, 15C Entertainment Building, 30 Queen's Road Central, November 23, 2017–January 10, 2018.Keith Coventry: Tabula Rasa, Galerie Lisa Kandlhofer, Austria, September 7–October 14, 2017.2016Keith Coventry: White Black Gold, Pace London, 6 Burlington Gardens, April 27–May 28, 2016. (Digital catalogue)2014Keith Coventry, Lieu d’art Contemporain, Narbonne, France, July 5–September 6, 2014.2013Keith Coventry: Twentieth Century Estates, Modern Collections, London, January 24–March 22, 2013. (Catalogue)2012Keith Coventry: Junk Paintings, Pace London, 6–10 Lexington Street, November 2–December 21, 2012. (Catalogue)Keith Coventry: Deontological Pictures, Peer, London, October 3–December 1, 2012. (Catalogue)Keith Coventry: Black Bronze, White Slaves, The Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle, County Durham, July 14–September 16, 2012. Traveled to: New Art Centre, Roche Court, East Winterslow, Salisbury, September 29–November 18, 2012. (Catalogue)2011Keith Coventry: Collection Particulière, Seomi & Tuus Gallery, Seoul, 2011.2010Copper & Silk: New Works by Keith Coventry, Museum of London, May 17–October 7, 2010.Keith Coventry: Echoes of Albany, The Lightbox, Woking, Surrey, United Kingdom, May 14–July 24, 2010.2009Keith Coventry: Painting and Sculpture Part II: Works 2002–2009, Haunch of Venison, London, June 8–August 15, 2009. (Catalogue)2008Keith Coventry: Painting and Sculpture Part I: Early Groups, Haunch of Venison, London, December 10, 2008–January 31, 2009. (Catalogue)Keith Coventry: Copper and Silk, Paul Stolper, London, November 28, 2008–January 10, 2009.Keith Coventry, Seomi & Tuus Gallery, Seoul, Korea, August 1–September 5, 2008.Keith Coventry: Heroes and Racists, Fine Arts Society, London, June 25–July 17, 2008. (Catalogue)Keith Coventry: Anaesthesia as Aesthetic, Haunch of Venison, Zürich, March 7–April 12, 2008. (Catalogue)2007Keith Coventry: Key Groups, Julius Werner Gallery, Berlin, October 1–November 3, 2007.2006Keith Coventry: Paintings, Tramway, Glasgow, August 18–September 17, 2006. (Catalogue)Keith Coventry: Endangered Species, Fine Arts Society, London, January 17–February 19, 2006.2004Keith Coventry: New Works, Kenny Schachter Rove, London, November 26–December 30, 2004.2002Keith Coventry: It has been said that only the pervert does not do drugs, Emily Tsingou Gallery, London, March 8–30, 2002.Keith Coventry, Doggerfisher Gallery, Edinburgh, February 7–March 3, 2002.2000Keith Coventry, Emily Tsingou Gallery, London, September 9–October 28, 2000.1998Keith Coventry: Crack, A22 Gallery, London, 1998.Keith Coventry: White Abstracts and Estate Paintings, Galerie Frahm, Copenhagen, October–November, 1998. (Catalogue)Keith Coventry: Greeks, Richard Salmon Gallery, London, May–June 1998.1997Keith Coventry, Kohn / Turner Gallery, Los Angeles, 1997.Keith Coventry, Spacex Gallery, Exeter, United Kingdom, 1997.Keith Coventry: W.A.F.S. (update), Beaconsfield, London, July 1997.Keith Coventry, The Showroom, London, October 15–November 16, 1997. (Catalogue)1995Keith Coventry, Ridinghouse Editions, London, 1995.Keith Coventry: White Abstracts, Curt Marcus Gallery, New York, October–November 1995.1994Keith Coventry: Recent Works, Curt Marcus Gallery, New York, 1994.Keith Coventry: Works, Gardner Arts Centre, University of Sussex, Brighton, 1994.Keith Coventry: White Abstracts, Karsten Schubert, London, November 18–December 23, 1994. (Catalogue)1993Keith Coventry: Recent Paintings, Karsten Schubert, London, October 27–November 27, 1993.Keith Coventry: Recent Paintings, Jack Hanley Gallery, San Francisco, February 4–27, 1993.Keith Coventry: Suprematist Paintings I–X, Karsten Schubert, London, January 12–February 6, 1993.1992Keith Coventry: Ivory Towers, Maureen Paley, Interim Art, London, 1992.Keith Coventry: Ivory Towers, Karsten Schubert, London, April 30–May 30, 1992.1991Keith Coventry, Karsten Schubert, London, August 1–September 1, 1991.Keith Coventry, Karsten Schubert, London, July 1–August 1, 1991.1990Keith Coventry, City Racing, October 31–November 11, 1990. Keith CoventryGroup Exhibitions Keith Coventry Group Exhibitions 2018Shadowed Forms, Andersen’s, Copenhagen, April 27–June 16, 2018.Geometrica, Tristan Hoare Gallery, London, February 22–March 28, 2018.2017Transient Space: Mike Ballard, Nathan Coley, Keith Coventry, Tim Head, Melanie Manchot, Abigail Reynolds, Parafin, London, July 21–September 16, 2017.Purity is a Myth: The Monochrome in Contemporary Art, Gallery Nara Roesler, São Paulo, June 10–July 22, 2017.2016Found, The Foundling Museum, London, May 27–September 4, 2016.Double Act: Art and Comedy, The Metropolitan Arts Centre, Belfast, May 6–July 31, 2016.2015Off Kilter: An Age of Oil, Dadiani Fine Art, London, July 18–September 7, 2015.Adventures of the Black Square: Abstract Art and Society, 1915–2015, Whitechapel Gallery, London, January 15–April 6, 2015. (Catalogue)2014Challenging Boundaries: Breakthroughs in British Art, 1988–1998, Ektarina Cultural Foundation, Moscow, September 2014.Today’s Specials, Pace London, 6 Burlington Gardens, July 31–September 6, 2014.The Space Where I Am, Blain | Southern, London, July 10–September 27, 2014.Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London, June 9–August 17, 2014.Ontological Pictures, Vigo Gallery, London, May 29–June 19, 2014.Body & Void: Echoes of Moore in Contemporary Art, The Henry Moore Foundation, Perry Green, Much Hadham, United Kingdom, May 1–October 26, 2014.Somewhat Abstract: Selections from the Arts Council Collection, Nottingham Contemporary, Nottinghamshire County, United Kingdom, April 12–June 29, 2014.Ruin Lust, Tate Britain, London, March 4–May 18, 2014.Paper, SMAC Art Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa, January 24–March 9, 2014. (Curated by Keith Coventry and Helen A. Pritchard).2013Here We Go: A Changing Group Show, Karsten Schubert, London, November 6–22, 2013.White, Dickinson Gallery, New York, November 4–December 10, 2013.Sculpture in the City 2013, The Hiscox Building, London, June 20, 2013–May 31, 2014.2012This is London, Shizaru Gallery, London, July 25–September 28, 2012.London Twelve, City Gallery Prague, June 29–September 23, 2012.Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London, June 4–August 12, 2012.Merging Bridges, Yarat! Contemporary Art Space, Baku, Azerbaijan, May 15–June 15, 2012.Meshed, Museum of Modern Art, Baku, Azerbaijan, May 15–June 15, 2012.British Modern Remade, Arts Council Collection, May 4–June 16, 2012.2011The Indiscipline of Painting: International Abstraction from the 1960s to Now, Tate St. Ives, October 8, 2011–January 3, 2012. Travels to: Mead Art Gallery, Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry, United Kingdom, January 14–March 10, 2012. (Catalogue)Editions II / Group Show of Limited Editions, Paul Stolper Gallery, London, September 8–October 8, 2011.2010John Moores Painting Prize 2010, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, September 18–January 3, 2011. (Catalogue)The Figure: Contemporary Works from the Collection, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, March 12–April 17, 2010.The Gathering, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield, United Kingdom, March 5–April 18, 2010.Pleasure Point: Celebrating 25 Years of contemporary Collectors, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, February 20–May 23, 2010.2009Benches & Binoculars, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, November 21, 2009–August 15, 2010.My Yard: The British Council Collection (selected by Jeremy Deller and Alan Kane), Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, October 2, 2009–January 2, 2010.The White Show, The Arts Council Collection at PM Gallery and House, London, August 19–September 27, 2009.Pairs, Paul Stolper Gallery, London, March 4–April 11, 2009.2007Strange Events Permit Themselves the Luxury of Occurring, Camden Arts Centre, London, December 7, 2007–February 10, 2008.Ten Years, Emily Tsingou Gallery, London, November 1–December 22, 2007.Unfinished Symphony, Fine Art Society, London, October 10–November 10, 2007.Diagrammatic Logic: Selections from the Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, July 1–September 2, 2007.Beneath the Underdog, Gagosian, New York, April 27–June 16, 2007.Republic, L’Est, London, March 11–April 1, 2007.2006To Here, Bloomberg Space, London, August 4–September 23, 2006.2005Magic White, Lowry Museum, Salford, United Kingdom, 2005.Real Strange, Lounge Gallery and Studios, London, 2005.Chronic Epoch, Beaconsfield, London, September 14–November 20, 2005.Hallucinature, Cell Project Space, London, September 10–October 9, 2005.Vertigo, Sudeley Castle, Gloucestershire, June–October, 2005.Supernova, British Council touring exhibition, Bunkier Sztuki Gallery of Contemporary Art, Krakow, Poland, April 28–May 29, 2005. Traveled to: Kunstihoone, Tallinn, Estonia, August 12–September 18, 2005; Centre of Contemporary Art, Vilnius, Lithuania, December 9, 2005–January 15, 2006; Prague City Art Gallery, Czech Republic, March 1–April 30, 2006; Jan Koniarek Gallery, Trnava, Slovakia, May 19–July 2, 2006; Gliptoteka, Zagreb, Croatia, April 5–May 3, 2007; Multimedia Center, Split, Croatia, April 5–May 3, 2007; Nicosia Municipal Arts Centre, Cyprus, June 15–July 22, 2007; Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea, Wales, February 28–April 26, 2009. (Catalogue)Colour My World, Riflemaker, London, January 17–February 28, 2005.2004Pastoral, Dicksmith Gallery, London, 2004.Between Letters and Abstraction, 3 W Gallery, Grasmere, November 20, 2004–January 31, 2005. (Catalogue)Society Consumed, Tate Britain, London, September 20–, 2004.Domesticity, Cell Project Space, London, September 11–October 10, 2004.Reflections, Tongeren, Belgium, July 1–August 31, 2004.Guided by Heroes, Z33/Begijnhof, Hasselt, Belgium, May 25–November 11, 2004.2003Independence, South London Gallery, London, June 3–August 3, 2003.Thatcher, Blue Gallery, London, April–May 2003.Fourth Sex, Stazione Leopolda, Florence, January 15–February 9, 2003. (Catalogue)2002Adapt Now: An Eclectic Selling Contemporary Group Exhibition In Aid of the Adapt Trust, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow, February 15–March 10, 2002. (Catalogue)2001Black and White, Blains Fine Art, London, May–June 2001.Century City, Tate Modern, London, February 1–April 29, 2001. (Catalogue)City Racing 1988–1998: A Partial Account, Institute of Contemporary Art, London, January 25–March 18, 2001.2000–2001Landscape, British Council international touring exhibition 2002. (Catalogue)The Wreck of Hope, The Nunnery Gallery, London, 2000.A Century of Innocence- The Story of the White Monochrome, Rooseum, Malmö, Sweden, September 16–December 17, 2000. Traveled to: Liljevalchs Konsthall, Stockholm, January 27–March 2001.1999Keith Coventry and Paul Noble, Trondheim Biennale, Norway, 1999.Sensation: Young British Artists from the Saatchi Collection, Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York, October 2, 1999–January 9, 2000.John Moores Exhibition 21, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, September 24, 1999–January 9, 2000. (Catalogue)Hirst, Fairhurst, Coventry, Quinn, Helly Nahmad Gallery, London, March–April 1999. (Catalogue)1998Bad Faith, Waygood Gallery, Newcastle, 1998.The Colony Room Club 50th Anniversary Art Exhibition, A22 Gallery, London, 1998.Feeringbury VIII: Cultivated, The Minories Gallery, Colchester, closed August 29, 1998. (Catalogue)Supastore De Luxe (No. 2), Up & Co Uscha Pohl, New York, 1998.What’s In a Name, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London, 1998.The Last Show, City Racing, London, November 16–December 13, 1998.Thinking Aloud, Hayward Gallery, London organizer. Traveled to: Kettle's Yard, Cambridge, November 7 1998–January 3, 1999; Cornerhouse, Manchester, January 9–February 28; Camden Arts Centre, London, April 9–May 30, 1999. (Catalogue)Sensation: Young British Artists from the Saatchi Collection, Nationalgalerie, Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, September 30, 1998–January 17, 1999. (Catalogue)A to Z, The Approach, London, April 2–May 3, 1998.1997Group exhibition, Baumgartner Galleries, Washington D.C.Primarily Paint, Museum of Contempoary Art, San Diego, 1997.Traffic, Curtain Road Arts, London, 1997.John Moores Liverpool Exhibition 20, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, November 7, 1997–February 15, 1998.Sensation: Young British Artists from the Saatchi Collection, Royal Academy of Arts, London, September 18–December 28, 1997. (Catalogue)Blue Print, Print Gallery, Glasgow, April 28–May 31, 1997.1996Some Drawings from London, Kate Bernard, London, 1996.Two Seconds Nine Months, Manhattan Loft Corporation, London, 1996.Lost for Words, Coins Coffee Store, London, October–December 1996.1995Monochrome Paintings, Gimpel Fils, London, 1995.Recent Purchases by the Contemporary Art Society, Butler Gallery, Kilkenny Castle, Kilkenny, Ireland, 1995.Take it From Here, Contemporary Art Society Recent Purchases, City Library, Sunderland Museum and Gallery, University of Sunderland, 1995.Young British Artists V: Glenn Brown, Keith Coventry, Hadrian Pigott, and Kerry Stewart, Saatchi Collection, London, 1995. (Catalogue)John Moore’s Exhibition 19, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, October 20, 1995–January 28, 1996.Karaoke, South London Gallery, London, July 11–August 20, 1995.1994Agnew’s Gallery, London, 1994.The Curator’s Egg, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London, 1994.Football Karaoke, Portikus, Frankfurt, 1994.Richard Salmon Gallery, London, 1994.Summer Group Show, Karsten Schubert, London, 1994.Keith Coventry, Peter Davis, Anya Gallaccio, Zebedee Jones, Bridget Riley and Alison Wilding, Karsten Schubert, London, March 31–April 30, 1991.1993Mandy Loves Declan 100%, Mark Boote Gallery, New York, 1993. (Catalogue)Karsten Schubert at Aurel Scheibler, Keith Coventry, Angust Fairhurst, Michael Landy, Bridget Riley, Rachel Whiteread, Galerie Aurel Scheibler, Cologne, November 11–December 11, 1993.Keith Coventry, Michael Landy, Mark Wallinger, City Racing, London, October 18–November 14, 1993.Five Works: Keith Coventry, Michael Landy, Bridget Riley, Rachel Whiteread and Alison Wilding, Karsten Schubert, London, May 27–June 26, 1993.Recent British Paintings, Arts Council of Great Britain, Royal Festival Hall, London, April 6–May 23, 1993. Traveled throughout the United Kingdom.1992New Voices: Recent Paintings From the British Council Collection, Centre de Conférence Albert Borschette, Brussels. Traveled to: Musée National d'Histoire et d'Art, Luxembourg; Istanbul Greater City Municipality Taksim Art Gallery; Ankara State Fine Arts Gallery; Izfas Gallery, Izmur, Turkey; Museo de Belles Artes, Bilbao; Santa Monica Contemporary Art Centre, Barcelona; Centro Cultural Galileo, Madrid; Veronicas, Sala des Exposiciones, Murcia, Spain; Pescaderia Vieja, Sala de Arte, Jerez, Spain, Kulturhistorisches Museum, Magdeburg, Germany; Natonal Theatre Galleriesm, Bucharest, Art halls of the Cultural Centre of the Municipality of Athens; Cultural Centre for the National Bank, Thessaloniki, Greece; The Russian Museum, St. Petersburg; Kremlin Museum, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia; Mirbachov Palzce, Bratislava, Slovakia; Cultural Centre for the National Bank, Thessaloniki, Greece; Museum of Modern Art, Skopje, Macedonia. (Catalogue; text by Adrian Searle).British Art, Barbara Gladstone Gallery and Stein Gladstone Gallery, New York, October 1992.Paintings: Keith Coventry, David Dupuis, Suzanne McClelland, Carl Ostendarp, Fred Tomaselli, Jack Hanley Gallery, San Francisco, September 10–October 3, 1992.City Racing at Transmission, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, September 1–26, 1992.Summer Group Show: Keith Coventry, Gary Hume, Michael Landy, Bridget Riley, Rachel Whiteread, Alison Wilding, Karsten Schubert, London, August 5–28, 1992.Robert Barry, Keith Coventry, Tobias Eyferth, Nicholas Fudge and Sarah Lucas, Karsten Schubert, London, January 16–February 22, 1992.1991Peter E. Richardson, Keith Coventry, City Racing, London, May 24–June 21, 1991.1990Show: John Burgess, Keith Coventry, Matt Hale, Andrew Macbeth, Paul Noble, Peter Owen, Ray Wilson, City Racing, London, June 1–20, 1990.1989Painters II, Newcastle Polytechnic Gallery, Newcastle, 1989.New Works: John Burgess, Keith Coventry, Matt Hale, Andrew Macbeth, Paul Noble, Peter Owen, City Racing, London, December 11–17, 1989.1988Keith Coventry, Peter Owen, City Racing, London, Aril 18–April 30, 1988.1984Sculpture, Mostyn Art Gallery, Llandudno, Wales, 1984.1983Postgraduates from the Last Five Years, Chelsea School of Art, London, 1983.Industrial Sponsors Exhibition, Warwick Arts Trust, London, 1983.1982Christie’s Inaugural Exhibition, Christie’s, Pall Mall, London, 1982.1981Northern Young Contemporaries, Whitworth Gallery, Manchester, November 7–December 12, 1981. (Catalogue) Keith CoventryPublic Collections Keith Coventry Public Collections Arts Council Collection, LondonBritish Council Collection, LondonChatsworth House, Chatsworth, Bakewell, DerbyshireContemporary Art Society, LondonDes Moines Art Center, IowaGovernment Art Collection, LondonMuseum of Contemporary Art San DiegoThe Museum of Modern Art, New YorkNew Art Centre, Roche Court, East Winterslow, SalisburyThe David Roberts Arts Foundation, LondonSouth London Gallery, LondonSaatchi Collection, LondonTate, LondonUniversity of Warwick, CoventryWalker Art Center, Minneapolis Keith CoventryPeriodicals Keith Coventry Periodicals 2016Black, Paul. “Keith Coventry: A Disposable Modernist Dystopia At Pace Gallery London” (exhibition review). Artlyst, 11 May 2016. http://www.artlyst.com/articles/keith-coventry-a-disposable-modernist-dystopia-at-pace-gallery-londonCoomer, Martin. “Keith Coventry: White Black Gold” (Pace London exhibition review). Time Out London, 16 May 2016. http://www.timeout.com/london/art/keith-coventry-white-black-goldCoventry, Keith. “Keith Coventry: In the Studio.” Interview with Rupert Hawksley. Telegraph, 5 May 2016. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/art/artists/keith-coventry-in-the-studio/Coventry, Keith. “Art Is Meant to Be About Transformation and Bronze Transforms Rubbish into Art.” Interview with Aina Pomar. Art Dependence, 10 May 2016. http://artdependence.com/issue/may-2016/article/art-is-meant-to-be-about-transformation-and-bronze-transforms-rubbish-into-art-an-interview-with-keith-coventryHayes-Westall, Mark and Hannah Hayes-Westall. “Artist Profile: Keith Coventry.” Luxury London, 30 April 2016. http://www.luxurylondon.co.uk/article/artist-profile-keith-coventry“Keith Coventry at Pace” (exhibition review). The Week, no. 1072, 7 May 2016.Mcintyre, Sophie. “Keith Coventry’s Pure Junk series takes on McArt” (Pace London exhibition review). Spear’s, 29 April 2016. http://www.spearswms.com/keith-coventrys-pure-junk-series-takes-mcart/Sedgwick, Catherine. “Keith Coventry: White Black Gold at Pace London” (exhibition review). The Upcoming, 27 April 2016. http://www.theupcoming.co.uk/2016/04/27/keith-coventry-white-black-gold-at-pace-london-exhibition-review/Von Joel, Mike. “Picking Up the Pace: The Irresistible Rise of Keith Coventry” (Pace London exhibition review). State 21 (May/June 2016): 15–19, illustrated.2014“Turps Art School Finds New Premises; Keith Coventry Donates Painting.” Art Daily, 15 October 2014. http://artdaily.com/index_iphone.asp?int_sec=2&int_new=73431#.VD7iG_ldU9ZWaters, Lowenna. “Review: ‘The Space Where I Am’ at Blain|Southern, London” (exhibition review). Apollo Magazine, 30 July 2014. https://www.apollo-magazine.com/review-space-blainsouthern-london/2013Applin, Jo. “Keith Coventry, Peer” (“Deontological Pictures” exhibition review). Artforum 51, no. 5 (January 2013): 218, illustrated.Bracewell, Michael. “Social Works: Keith Coventry’s fusion of cultural commentary and Modernist Art.” Frieze, no. 154 (April 2013): 124–127, illustrated.Coventry, Keith. “Keith Coventry Un Reto Para Las Habilidades.” BEIS, February 2013: 85–87, illustrated.2012Applin, Jo. “Keith Coventry: Peer” (exhibition review). Artforum (January 2012): 218, illustrated.Banks, Grace. “Eat Me: Keith Coventry Explores Cultural Identity and Consumerism” (Pace London exhibition review). A Magazine, February/March 2013. http://www.aishti.com/a-magazineCoventry, Keith. “Q&A Keith Coventry” (Pace London exhibition review). Interview with Joanna Gray. Art of England, 17 December 2012: 54–57, illustrated.Coventry, Keith. “Somewhere Between Utopia and McDonald’s: a Q&A with Keith Coventry” (Pace London exhibition review). Interview with Coline Milliard. Artinfo, 5 November 2012. http://uk.blouinartinfo.com/visual-arts/article/838380-somewhere-between-utopia-and-mcdonalds-a-qa-with-keithFletcher, James. “Review: Keith Coventry: Junk Paintings” (Pace London exhibition review). Mouth, 5 November 2012. http://www.mouthlondon.com/arts/review-keith-coventry-junk-paintings/Harris, Mark. “The Indiscipline of Painting.” Art Monthly 353 (February 2012): 27–28.“Keith Coventry Talks about Junk Paintings at Pace” (exhibition review). Phaidon (December 2012). http://uk.phaidon.com/agenda/art/articles/2012/december/11/keith-coventry-talks-about-junk-paintings-at-pace/Longman, Simon. “McMinimalism, Behind the Golden Arches: Keith Coventry’s Junk Paintings at Pace Gallery London” (exhibition review). One Stop Arts, 9 November 2012. http://onestoparts.com/review-keith-coventry-junk-paintings-pace-galleryLyttelton, Celia. “The Manorbier Castle Chronicles” (Pace London exhibition review). Huffington Post, 25 November 2012. http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/celia-lyttelton/the-manorbier-castle-chro_2_b_2189182.htmlMilliard, Coline. “Somewhere Between Utopia and McDonald’s: a Q&A with Keith Coventry.” Artinfo, 5 November 2012. http://uk.blouinartinfo.com/news/story/838380/somewhere-between-utopia-and-mcdonalds-a-qa-with-keithOliveria, Filipa. “The Indiscipline of Painting.” Art Forum (28 February 2012).Sims, Mike. “Making Art Better.” Printmaking Today 21, no.1 (Spring 2012): 6–7.2010“Keith Coventry Wins John Moores Painting Prize.” Art Review Blog, 17 September 2010.http://www.artreview.com/profiles/blogs/keith-coventry-wins-john“Rear View.” Art Review 45 (November 2010): 175–181.“Time Off Europe.” The Wall Street Journal, 21 May 2010. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB127439256295594573.html?KEYWORDS=Keith+CoventryBarrett, David. “Crash: Gagosian Gallery, London; Peeping Tom: Vegas Gallery, London.” Art Monthly 335 (April 2010): 29–30.Charlesworth, J. J., etc. “London Reviews Marathon.” Art Review 40 (April 2010): 77–106.Magill, Peter. “Burnley Artist Wins £25,000 Art Prize.” The Citizen, 19th September 2010.http://www.burnleycitizen.co.uk/news/8401098.print/2009Andress, Sarah. “Keith Coventry: Copper and Silk at Paul Stolper, London.” Art on Paper 13, no.4 (2009): 89.Buck, Louisa. “Coventry Cracks Up.” Art Newspaper 18, no.198 (2009): 37.Collings, Matthew. ”The Known Unknowns.” Modern Painters 21 (2009): 24–27.Coomer, Martin. “Keith Coventry.” (London) Art Review 30 (2009): 124.Flórez, Pablo. “Keith Coventry.” Arte Y Parte 82 (2009): 130.Kollectiv, Galia and Kollectiv, Pil. “Keith Coventry.” Art Papers 33, no. 2 (2009): 64–65.Luke, Ben. “Keith Coventry.” Art World 12 (2009): 64.2008De Burton, Simon. “A Minimalist World of Maps and Models.” Financial Times, 27 December 2008.Jones, Jonathan. “Strange Events Permit Themselves the Luxury of Occurring.” The Guardian, 7 January 2008.2006“British Collector Scoops Keith Coventry Show.” The Art Newspaper 167 (1 March 2006).“Keith Coventry | Voices of Animals and Men | Three Billy Goats Gruff.” Socialist Worker 2015, 26th August 2006. http://www.socialistworker.co.uk/art.php?id=9516.Wilson, Andrew. “Keith Coventry: Tramway, Glasgow.” Art Monthly 300 (2006): 37–38.Smyth, Cherry. “Keith Coventry: Endangered Species: The Fine Art Society.” Modern Painters (March 2006): 121.2001Rotta, Roberta. “Ideal Beauty.” L’Uomo Vogue, February 2001.2000Bevan, Roger. “Who’s Still a ‘Sensation’?” Art & Auction, June 2000.Buck, Louisa. “Our Choices of London Contemporary Galleries.” The Art Newspaper 106 (September 2000).Burrows, David. “Keith Coventry: Emily Tsingou Gallery, London.” Art Monthly, 240 (2000): 37.Cosgrave, Bronwyn. “Coventry Cool.” Vogue, October 2000.Grant, Simon. “Portrait of the Gallery Owner as a Young Man.” Evening Standard, 28 October 2000.Guglielmino, Giorgio. “Coriolano e gli hooligans.” (Turin) Il Giornale dell'Arte 181 (October 2000).Jones, Jonathan. “Keith Coventry.” The Guardian, 28 October 2000.“Suprise, Surprise.” Art & Auction, 15 March 2000.1998Gleadall, Colin. “Formaldehyde Blues.” Art Monthly 221 (November 1998): 48.1997“Arting Around.” Time Out, 24 September–1 October 1997.Bernard, Kate. “Keith Coventry.” Evening Standard, 30 October 1997.Currah, Mark. “Keith Coventry. The Showroom.” Time Out, 5–12 November 1997.Douglas, Caroline. “Keith Coventry.” Art Monthly 206 (1997): 28-30.Freedman, Carl. “Keith Coventry.” Frieze 35 (1997).Gleadall, Colin. “Qualifications & Discriminations.” Art Monthly 209 (1997): 52.Kent, Sarah. “Sensationgeneration and Keith Coventry.” Time Out supplement, 10–17 September 1997.1996Bernard, Kate. “Brave Art.” Harpers & Queen, January 1996.Herbert, Martin. “Some Drawings from London at Kate Bernard.” Time Out, 3–10 July 1996.Nove hlasy,. “Vercernik.” Praha, 3 December 1996.Lindaurova, Lenka. “Strucny Atlas Mlade Ostrovni Malby, Lidove Noviny, Marek Pokorny, Nove hlasy z Britanie je slyest I v Praze.” Mlada fronta Dnes Praha, 6 December 1996.“Nove Hlasy ve Starych Pokojich.” (Prague) Hospodářské Noviny, 13 December 1996.1995Auty, Giles. “Edge of the Black Hole.” The Spectator, 15 April 1995.Archer, Michael. “Licensed to Paint.” Art Monthly (May 1995).Bevan, Roger. “Christo's Progress.” The Art Newspaper 46 (1 April 1995).Cork, Richard. “Bright Young Things at Work and Play.” The Times, 26 September 1995.Coventry, Keith. “Keith Coventry on Neil Jenney’s Hunter & Hunter.” The Guardian, 28 November 1995.D’Ornano, Laetitia. “Keith Coventry: Le Peintre Sociologue.” Madame Figaro, 4 April 1995.Dorment, Richard. “Funny, But Too Peculiar.” The Telegraph, 26 September 1995.Feaver, William. “From the Sublime to the Ridiculous.” The Observer, 9 April 1995.Furlong, William. “Interview: November 1994.” Audio Arts Magazine (June 1995).Gayford, Martin. “The Medium that Refused to Die.” The Telegraph, 12 April 1995.Hall, James. “Old Habits Die Hard.” The Guardian, September 26, 1995.Kent, Sarah. “Pretty Vacant.” Time Out, 4–11 October 1995.Lind, Maria. “Ung Brittisk Samtidskonst Haller Hog Kvalitet.” Svenska Dagbladet, 1 July 1995.McEwan, John. “Young British Artists V.” The Sunday Telegraph, 1 October 1995.Negrotti, Rosanna. “Spaced Out.” What’s On, 4–11 October 1995.Norman, Geraldine. “Stampede Starts from Here.” The Independent, 13 April 1995.Packer, William. “Only Artists with Attitude.” Financial Times, 30 September 1995.Searle, Adrian. “Any Color You Like as Long as It’s a Joke.” The Independent, 9 April 1995.Searle, Adrian. “Art in the Wrong Place.” The Independent, 10 October 1995.Wilson, Andrew. “Breaking Content from Form.” Art & Design Magazine 41 (1995).1994Agirre, G. “Ahots Berriak, Britania Handiko Gaur Egungo Pinturaren Errebisioa.” Egunkaria, 4 May 1994.Bevan, Roger. “Laib in Camden (Around the Galleries).” The Art Newspaper 43 (1 December 1994).De Gorbea, Xavier Saenz. “Pintura Britanica (1989–1992).” Deia, 22 May 1994.Grant, Simon. “World Cup Football Karaoke.” Art Monthly 179 (September 1994).Hjort, Oystein. “Konturer of en My Generation.” (Kopenhagen) Politiken, 27 August 1994.Levin, Kim. “Keith Coventry.” The Village Voice, 1 February 1994.Lillington, David. “Keith Coventry: Karsten Schubert.” Time Out, December 14–21, 1994.Rueda, Garman. “<<Voces nuevas>>, Una Muestra de Humor e Ironia, en el Museo de Bellas de Bilbao.” Deia, 4 May 1994.Saiz, Josune. “Voces Nuevas Britanicas en Bilbao.” Egin, 4 May 1994.San Millán, Marga R. “Arte Vanguardista, Libre de Complejos.” El Mundo de Pais Vasco, 4 May 1994.1993Alberge, Dalya. “All Quiet on the Modern Front.” The Independent, 1 June 1993.Bernard, Kate. “Art Mart.” Harpers&Queen, October 1993.Clifton, Leigh Ann. “Jack Hanley’s Edge.” Art & Auction Magazine, March 1993.Kent, Sarah. “Hanging Matter.” Time Out, 12–19 May 1993.Kent, Sarah. “Keith Coventry, Michael Landy and Mark Wallinger: City Racing.” Time Out, 3–10 November 1993.Lyttleton, Celia. “Portrait of a Modern Collector.” You Magazine, 19 June 1993.Wilson, Andrea. “The Place of Architecture in the Works of Keith Coventry, Langlands&Bell, and Stephan Willats.” Forum International Magazine 4 (January/February 1993): 77.1992Bonami, Francesca. “Young British Artists.” Flash Art International 167 (1992): 87.Bream, Philippe. “With Attitude, The British Council.” September 1992.“Group Show at Karsten Schubert Ltd.” Flash Art International (March/April 1992).Kent, Sarah. “Prices Splashed: Sarah Kent on Michael Landy and Keith Conventry.” (London) Time Out, May 12.Lilington, David. “Keith Coventry: Karsten Schubert and Interim Art.” (London) Time Out, July 15–22, 1992.Renton, Andrew. “Keith Coventry at Karsten Schubert Ltd. And Interim Art.” Flash Art International 166 (1992).Searle, Adrian. “Group Show at Karsten Schubert Ltd.” (London) Time Out, 12–19 February 1992.Smith, Robert. “A Young Group from Britain.” The New York Times, 16 October 1992.Schenk-Sorge, Jutta. “Zwölf Junge Britische Künstler: Stein Gladstone und Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York.” Kunstforum International 120 (November 1992).Schjeldhal, Peter. “Twelve British Artists.” Frieze 7 (1992).Wilson, Andrew. “London Summer Roundup.” Art Monthly 159 (September 1992).1991Cornell, John. “Peter Richardson and Keith Coventry at City Racing.” City Limits, June 1991: 13–20. Keith CoventryBooks and Catalogues Keith Coventry Books 2018Keith Coventry. Texts by Noman Rosenthal, Michael Bracewell and Diedrich Diederichsen. Berlin: Hantje Cantz Verlag, 2018.Keith Coventry: Pure Junk (exhibition catalogue). Text by Norman Rosenthal. Amsterdam: Reflex Gallery, 2018.2016Keith Coventry: White Black Gold (digital exhibition catalogue). Text by Andrew Hibbard. London: Pace London, 2016.2015Adventures of the Black Square: Abstract Art and Society, 1915-2015 (exhibition catalogue). Text by Iwona Blazwick London: Prestel, 2015: plate 58, p.100.2013Keith Coventry: Twentieth Century Estates (exhibition catalogue). Text by Owen Hatherly. London: Modern Collections, 2013.2012Keith Coventry, Black Bronze: White Slaves (exhibition catalogue). Conversation with Jon Wood and Greville Worthington. Barnard Castle, County Durham: The Bowes Museum, 2012.Keith Coventry: Deontological Pictures (exhibition catalogue). Text by Nick Zangwill. Interview by Michael Bracewell. London: Ridinghouse, 2012.Keith Coventry: Junk Paintings (exhibition catalogue). Text by Iwona Blazwick. London: Pace London, 2012.Summer Exhibition Illustrated 2012 (exhibition catalogue). London: Royal Academy of Arts, 2012: 151, illustrated.2009Keith Coventry: Vanishing Certainties (exhibition catalogue). London, New York, Zurich, and Berlin: Haunch of Venison, 2009.2008Keith Coventry: Anaesthesia as Aesthetic (exhibition catalogue). London, Zurich, and Berlin: Haunch of Venison, 2008.2006Keith Coventry: Paintings (exhibition catalogue). Text by Andrew Wilson. Glasgow: Tramway, 2006.2004Sturgis, Daniel. Between Letters and Abstraction (exhibition catalogue). Grasmere, England: Wordsworth Trust, 2004: 13, illustrated.2002Adapt Now: An Eclectic Selling Contemporary Group Exhibition In Aid of the Adapt Trust (exhibition catalogue). Edinburgh: Adapt Trust, 2002.Hale, Matt, Paul Noble and Pete Owen, eds. City Racing: The Life and Times of an Artist-Run Gallery, 1988–1998. London: Black Dog Publishing Limited, 2002.2000Landscape (exhibition catalogue). Text by Patrick Keller. London: British Council, 2000.1998Keith Coventry: White Abstracts and Estate Paintings (exhibition catalogue). Copenhagen: Galerie Frahm, 1998.1997Keith Coventry (exhibition catalogue). London: The Showroom, 1997.1994Keith Coventry: White Abstracts (exhibition catalogue). London: Karsten Schubert, 1994.