HERNAN BAS


마이애미 출신의 쿠바계 미국인 헤르난 바스(b.1978)는 19세기 유럽문학계를 중심으로 널리 퍼져있던 댄디즘(Dandyism)과 데카당스(Decadence)의 문예 레퍼런스에서 영감 받아 작업한다. 현시대 남성성의 새로운 기준을 옹호하는 바스의 화면은 서사적인 스토리텔링과 미술사의 근원으로 가득하다. 작가 스스로 심취하였던 19세기말 탐미주의 예술들이 그러하였듯이, 그의 화면은 현대인의 두려움과 불안한 심경을 화려하고 섬세한 필치 속에 담아낸다. 바스는 세계적인 파워컬렉터 루벨 부부에 의해 일찍이 재능을 인정 받아 Whitney Museum of American Art, Brooklyn Museum of Art 등 전세계 굴지의 미술관과 갤러리에서 전시를 개최하였으며, 그의 작품은 Rubell Family Collection, MoMA, Whitney Museum of American Art, Hirshhorn Museum, SF MoMA, LA MoCA 등에 소장되어 있다. 현재 디트로이트와 마이에미에서 거주하며 작업 중이다.


Born in 1978
Lives and works in Detroit

Education
New World School of the Arts, Miami, FL

Solo Exhibitions

2017
Victoria Miro, Mayfair, London, United Kingdom
Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Zürich, Switzerland
“Florida Living,” SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah, GA, USA

2016
“Tropical Depression,” Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL, USA “Bright Young Things,” Lehmann Maupin, New York, NY, USA

2015
“Fruits and Flowers,” Galerie Perrotin, Paris, France

2014
“New Perfumes, Larger Blossoms, Pleasures Untasted. Hernan Bas and the Natural
World: Selections from the Rubell Collection,” YoungArts Gallery, Miami, FL, USA “Haunted Objects,” Marfa Book Company, Marfa, TX, USA
“Case Studies,” Lehmann Maupin, Hong Kong
“Hernan Bas: Memphis Living,” Victoria Miro, London, United Kingdom

2013
“TIME, Hernan Bas: A Queer and Curious Cabinet,” Bass Museum of Art, Miami, FL, USA

2012
“The Other Side,” Kunstverein Hannover, Hannover, Germany
“A brief suspension of disbelief,” PKM Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“Occult Contemporary,” Lehmann Maupin, New York, NY, USA “Many, (too) many, more than before,” Galerie Perrotin, Paris, France

2011
“Delicate Creatures from America,” Galleria Il Capricorno, Venice, Italy “The Forest for the Trees,” Frederic Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL, USA “Perennial Affairs,” Peter Kilchmann, Zurich, Switzerland

2010
“Hallucinations of Poets,” Victoria Miro, London, United Kingdom
“Considering Henry,” Galerie Perrotin, Paris, France
“Hernan Bas: A Fairy’s Tale,” PKM Gallery/Bartleby Bickle & Meursault, Seoul, Korea

2009
“Hernan Bas: Works from the Rubell Family Collection,” Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY, USA
“Hernan Bas: In the Land of Make Me Believe,” Galleria II Capricorno, Venice, Italy “The Dance of the Machine Gun & other forms of unpopular expression,”
Lehmann Maupin, New York, NY, USA
“Wonderland: Through the looking glass,” Kunsthal KAdE, Amersfoort, Netherlands

2008
“Ask the Sky,” Sandroni Rey, Los Angeles, CA, USA
“The Unexplained,” Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL, USA

2007
“Hernan Bas: Works from the Rubell Family Collection,” Rubell Family Collection, Miami, FL, USA
“Saints and Secret Sects,” Galleria II Capricorno, Venice, Italy
“Saints and Secret Sects,” Victoria Miro, London, United Kingdom “Mephistopheles at 17,” Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, Australia “Evening Amusements,” The Fireplace Project, East Hampton, NY, USA

2006
“The Great Barrier Wreath,” Sandroni Rey, Los Angeles, CA, USA
“A Silent Dirge,” Galleria Il Capricorno, Venice, Italy
“Dandies, Pansies and Prudes,” Daniel Reich Gallery, New York, NY, USA

2005
“Hernan Bas: New Works on Paper,” Daniel Reich Gallery, New York, NY, USA “Once Upon a Time...,” Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL, USA
“In the Low Light,” Victoria Miro, London, United Kingdom

2004
“Soap Operatic,” The Moore Space, Miami, FL, USA
“As if a Phantom Carres’d me,” Sandroni Rey, Los Angeles, CA, USA
“Sometimes with One I Love,” Daniel Reich Gallery, New York, NY, USA
“We May Even See the Wind Together,” Schmidt Center Gallery, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL, USA

2003
“We May Even See the Wind Together,” Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL, USA

2002
“First Comes the Blood,” Then Come the Boys, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL, USA
“Love in Vein,” Sandroni Rey, Venice, CA, USA
“It’s Super Natural,” Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, FL, USA

2001
“Hernan’s Merit & the Nouveau Sissies,” Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL, USA

2000
“Slim Fast,” Frances Wolfson Gallery, Miami Dade Community College, Miami, FL, USA


Group Exhibitions

2017
“Generation Loss,” Julia Stoschek Collection, Düsseldorf, Germany
“On the Horizon: Contemporary Cuban Art from the Jorge M. Pérez Collection,” Pérez Art Museum Miami, Miami, FL, USA
“Alien Nations,” Lehman College Art Gallery, London, United Kingdom
“House Work,” Victoria Miro, London, United Kingdom

2016
“Progressive Praxis,” de la Cruz Collection, Miami, FL, USA
“A Sum of its Parts,” Polk Museum of Art, Lakeland, FL, USA

2015
“Future Seasons Past,” Lehmann Maupin, New York, NY, USA
“Love: The First of the 7 Virtues,” Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Hudson, NY, USA
“Tracing Shadows,” PLATEAU, Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea

2013
“Suddenness + Certainty,” Robert Miller Gallery, New York, NY, USA
“Cinematic Visions,” Victoria Miro, London, United Kingdom
“Hernan Bas, Anne Chu, Klara Kristalova,” Lehmann Maupin, New York, NY, USA
“On Painting,” Centro Atlantico de Arte Moderno, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain

2012
“I Followed You into the Water,” Lehmann Maupin, New York, NY, USA 2011 “The Cry,” Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Castilla y León, León, Spain
“Contemporary Magic: A Tarot Deck Art Project,” The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
“Nothing in the World but Youth,” Turner Contemporary, Margate, United Kingdom “Make Believe,” Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm, Sweden

2010
“Father,” Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo, Brazil
“Love in Vein: Editions Fawbush projects and artists 2005-2010,” Gering and Lopez Gallery, New York, NY
“Tauba Auerbach, Matthew Day Jackson, R.H. Quaytman, etc.,” Galerie Perrotin,
Paris, France
“In the company of Alice,” Victoria Miro, London, United Kingdom
“Five in Istanbul: A Selection of Artists from Lehmann Maupin Gallery,” Borusan Müzik Evi, Istanbul, Turkey
“Contemporary Magic: A Tarot Deck Art Project,” National Arts Club, New York, NY, USA “Lush Life 3: First Bird (A Few Butterflies),” curated by Franklin Evans & Omar Lopez- Chahoud, Invisible-Exports, New York, NY, USA

2009
“The Collectors,” The Nordic Pavilion and the Danish Pavilion, 53rd Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy
“Wunderland,” KadE, Amersfoort, Netherlands SMALL, Fredric Snitzer Gallery,
Miami, FL, USA
“Recent Acquisitions,” Miami Art Museum, Miami, FL, USA “Dilettantes, Dandies and Divas,” Gavlak, West Palm Beach, FL, USA

2008
“Exhibitions: 21: Selections from the Brooklyn Museum,” Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY, USA
“The Boys of Summer,” curated by Shelley Fox Aarons and Edsel Williams, The Fireplace Project, East Hampton, NY, USA
“The Dulcet Climb of the Bedchamber,” Goff & Rosenthal, Berlin, Germany
“New Mythologies: Pivot Points Part 2, Works from the permanent Collection,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, FL, USA
“Miami Comes to the Hamptons,” Snitzer - Arregui Project, East Hampton, NY, USA
“(i-murj:d),” Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL, USA

2007
“Like Color in Pictures,” Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO, USA
“Size Matters (Part 1, XS-recent small-scale paintings),” Hudson Valley,
Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, NY, USA
“Titled/Untitled: A Collaborative Exhibition Featuring Work from the Devonshire Collection & Rubell Collection,” Lismore Castle Arts, Lismore, Ireland “Intimacy,” Contemporary Art After Nine Eleven, Triennale di Milano, Milan, Italy

2006
“Paraisos Artificiales,” Pilar Parra & Romero Gallería de Arte, Madrid, Spain “Mixed Emotions,” Haifa Museum of Art, Haifa, Israel
“Think Warm,” Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
“Breathing Time: Works from the Debra & Dennis Scholl Collection,” Newcomb Art Gallery, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, USA
“Girlpower and Boyhood,” Talbot Rice Gallery (in conjuction with Kunsthallen Brandts), University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
“Garden Party,” Deitch Projects, New York, NY, USA
“Panic Room: Works from the Dakis Joannou Collection,”
DESTE Foundation for Contemporary Art, Athens, Greece
“Figuring the Landscape,” Contemporary Art Galleries, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, USA

2005
“New Figuration,” Galleri Christina Wilson, Copenhagen, Denmark “Triumph of Painting – Part III,” Saatchi Gallery, London, United Kingdom MoCA and Miami, Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, FL, USA
“Little Odysseys,” Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York, NY, USA
“Ten,” Rubell Family Collection, Miami, FL, USA
“Ideal Worlds – New Romanticism in Contemporary Art,” Schirn Kunsthalle,
Frankfurt, Germany
“Situational Prosthetics,” curated by Nate Lowman, New Langston Arts, San Francisco, CA, USA
“Recent Acquisitions,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA, USA

2004
“Galleon and Other Stories,” Saatchi Gallery, London, United Kingdom “Origins of Harold,” Deitch Projects, New York, NY, USA
“Miami Nice,” Galerie Perrotin, Paris, France
“Happy Days Are Here Again,” David Zwirner, New York, NY, USA
“Heavenly Creatures,” Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg, Austria
“Whitney Biennial Exhibition,” Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, USA “The Drawing Show,” The Green Barn, Sagaponack, NY, USA
“Painting 2004,” Victoria Miro, London, United Kingdom
“Obituary,” Placemaker, Miami, FL, USA
“Lock Stock and Barrel,” Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL, USA
“The 6th Annual Altoids Curiously Strong Collection,” Consolidated Works, Seattle, WA;
Arthouse, Austin, TX; Pennsylvania Academy of Art, Philadelphia, PA; New Museum,
New York, NY, USA

2003
“Women Beware Women,” curated by David Rimanelli, Deitch Projects,
New York, NY, USA
“Summer Romance,” Sandroni Rey, Venice, CA
“Today’s Man,” John Connelly Presents, New York, NY, USA; Hiromi Yoshi Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
“Imagine: Selections from the Permanent Collection,” Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, FL, USA
“Made in Miami,” Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL New Art, Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, Lake Worth, FL, USA
“American Art Today: Faces and Figures,” The Art Museum, Florida International University, Miami, FL, USA

2002
“Drawing Conclusions,” curated by Nina Arias, Buena Vista Building, Miami, FL, USA “In the Place of Revolution,” The Great Hall of The Cooper Union, New York, NY, USA
“AOP002: The 37th Art on Paper Exhibition,” Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC, USA
“Friends and Family,” Lombard-Fried Fine Arts, New York, NY, USA
“Dangerous Beauty,” Jewish Community Center in Manhattan, New York, NY, USA “Champion,” Zinc Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden

2001
“Fast Forward Projects,” at the Nash Hotel Art Fair, Miami Beach, FL, USA “Humid,” MCA, Chicago, Moore Building, Miami, FL, USA
“Selections from the Permanent Collection,” Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, FL, USA

2000
“Making Art in Miami: Travels in Hyperreality,” Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, FL, USA
“Robot,” Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL, USA
“Ob-la-di-Ob-la-da,” Art Center/South Florida, Miami Beach, FL, USA “Young Miami,” Wooster Projects, New York, NY, USA
“The Home Show,” 890 NE 90th Street, Miami, FL, USA
“Departing Perspectives,” Espirito Santo Building, Miami, FL, USA

1999
“Wish You Were Here,” Box Forum, Miami, FL, USA “TRANScontinENTal Galerie,” Montreal, Canada “Superfantastic 7,” The Dirt Room, Kansas City, OH, USA

1998
“Fashion Issue: four simple steps towards younger looking skin,” Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL, USA

1997
“Frank: an adj. ConnotingSuperfantastic,” Baltimore, MD, USA “Group Show,” Ambrosino Gallery, Miami, FL, USA


Selected Bibliography

2017
Tracy, Liz. “Hernan Bas on Miami Culture and What Makes Art Gay,” Miami New Times, 9 May.

2016
Pogrebin, obin. “Bohemia, By Way of the Aristocrats,” The New York Times, 23, April. “Hernan Bas,” Modern Painters, June/July.
Murakami, Kenta. “Hernan Bas on Painting Aristocratic, Queer Life in 1920s London,” Hyperallergic, 13 April.
Ebony, David. “David Ebony's Top 10 New York Gallery Shows for April,” Artnet, 8 April.

2014
Tylevich, Katya. “Hernan Bas: The Story at the Intermission,” Elephant Magazine, Spring, p. 102 – 111.

2012
Pfeiffer, Alice. “Hernan Bas at Galerie Perrotin, Paris,” Sleek Magazine, 17 October. Binlot, Ann,“Luxury Bindles: Artist Hernan Bas Collaborates With Louis Vuitton to Create Hobo Chic Luggage,” ArtInfo, 13 March.
Walsh, Brienne. “Hernan Bas Sees Evil,” Interview. March.
Davila, Stephanie. “Hernan Bas Goes Hobo Chic,” WWD, 29 February.

2010
Sherwin, Skye. “Artist of the week 109: Hernan Bas,” Guardian.co.uk, 13 October.

2009
Cattelan, Maurizio. “Hernan Bas: Something a Bit Off,” Flash Art, October,
p. 54 – 57, cover.
Komis, Dmitry. “Hernan Bas: Lehmann Maupin/Brooklyn Museum – New York,” Flash Art, July-September, p. 87.
Kennedy, Randy. “Artwork to Display, or to Enjoy with Eggs,” The New York Times, 3 July. Rehberger, Tobias. “The Collectors. Curated by Elmgreen & Dragset/Danish Pavilion/Venice Biennial 2009,” Vernissage TV, 18 June.
Hawgood, Alex. “The Insider:Alejandro Cardenas,” The Moment, 8 June.
Velasco, David. “It’s Reigning Men,” Artforum, 5 June.
Laster, Paul. “Art’s Biggest Party: The 2009 Venice Biennale.” Flavorwire, 4 June.
De Jesus, Carlos Suarez. “Homegrown Brew at Miami Art Museum,” Miami New Times, 2 June.
“Artist Duo Elmgreen & Dragset Stage the Danish and Nordic Pavilions for La Biennale di Venezia.” Artdaily.com, 2 June.
Browne, Alix. “Home Team: A Team of Artists Play House,” T Magazine, 31 May.
“A Future is Lush and Lonely: A Review of Hernan Bas at Lehmann Maupin,” Artravels, 27 May.
Munzenrider, Kyle. “Hernan Bas Inspired by Aburdist Theater, Ru Paul,” Miami New Times, 21 May.
“A Chat with Hernan Bas.” NBCMiami, 21 May. “Interview with Hernan Bas on his new body of artwork, ‘The Dance of the Machine Gun and Other Forms of Unpopular Expression,’” BlackBook, 20 May. Rogers, Ray. “Miami Artist Hernan Bas Captures Hedi Slimane, Gets Personal with Madonna,” BlackBook, 20 May. “Go See Hernan Bas at Lehmann Maupin, New York, Through July 10, 2009,” Artobserved.com, 14 May.

2008
Thornton, Sarah. “Interview,” The Art Newspaper, December. “Power Move” Art + Auction, December.
"The Power 100: Don & Mera Rubell," ArtReview, November.
Douglas, Sarah. "A Soft Landing at Frieze?" ArtInfo, 15 October.
Colman, David. “Hernan Bas,” Elle Décor, April, p. 114 – 115. “Hernan Bas Where the Boys Aren’t,” Wound, Spring, p. 190 – 197.

2007
Lack, Jessica. “Hernan Bas,” The Guardian Guide, 2 June.
Ward, Ossian. “Ab 2. Juni: Hernan Bas zeigt in London sein dekadenten Heiligenbilder,” Monopol, 6 November.

2006
Douglas, Sarah. “Hernan Bas: L’Invenzione dell’Amore,” Flash Art, June/July.
Gravagnuolo, Emma. “Hernan Bas,” Arte, June.
Weinberg, Michelle. “Hernan Bas,” Tema Celeste, March/April. p. 81.
Cotter, Holland. “Hernan Bas: Dandies, Pansies & Prudes,” The New York Times, 24 March. Turner, Elisa. “The Hardy Boys Meet the Sea Nymphs,” ArtNews, January.
Fernandez, Enrique and Fabiola Santiago. “Miami Makes the Scene,” The Miami Herald,
30 November.

2005
Guida, Humberto. “In a Class by Themselves,” Art Basel Miami Beach.
Turner, Elisa. “Made in Miami,” The Miami Herald, 9 October.
de Jesus, Carlos Suarez. “Big Man on Canvas,” Miami New Times, 10 November. Turner, Elisa. “Global Art Locally: Rubell Collection Showcases Miami Artists,” The Miami Herald, 26 June.
Triff, Alfredo. “Cracking Stereotypes,” Miami New Times, 2 June.
Ellis, Patricia. “Triumph of Painting – Part III,” Saatchi Gallery, London, United Kingdom Clearwater, Bonnie. “MoCA and Miami,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, FL. Sommeryns, Omar. “The Miami Art World is Vapid Like a Soap Opera – Hernan Bas Is Not,” Ignore Magazine, July.
Güner, Fisun. “Gothic Worlds Collide,” The Metro, 29 March.
Hackworth, Nick. “Bas proves power of the brush,” Evening Standard, 24 March.
Lack, Jessica. “Hernan Bas, Preview,” The Guardian Guide, 19 March.

2004
Saltz, Jerry. “Critical Call,” Village Voice, 28 September.

2003
Feinstein, Roni. “Report From Miami,” Art in America, December, p. 56.
“Best Solo Show: Hernan Bas – First Comes the Blood, Then Come the Boys,” Sun, 13 Dec. “Whitney Announces Biennial Artists,” Art in America, December, p. 128. Russell, Candice. “South Florida Cultural Consortium Recipients,” South Florida Times,
October, p. 20.
Cotter, Holland. “By and About Men, They’re Running with It,” The New York Times,
8 August.
Turner, Elisa. “The Joys of Summer,” The Miami Herald, 3 August, p. 3M.
Cohen, Michael. “The New Gothic: Scary Monsters and Super Creeps,” Flash Art, July- September, p. 108 –110.
“Galleries – Downtown: Women Beware Women,” The New Yorker, 1-13 December. Schwendender, Martha. “Women Beware Women,” Time Out New York, 4 – 11 December.
Jana, Reena. “Miami,” Art on Paper, January. p. 68.
Turner, Elisa. “Consortium Surprises, As Usual,” Miami Herald, 3 August.

2002
Street Miami, 29 March–4 April.
“Smoke and Mirrors: Art in Magic City,” The Miami Herald, 5 July.
“Art Basel and Beyond,” Street Miami, 6–12 December.
Jana, Reena. “Gallery Walk: Miami,” art on paper, April.
Kinsella, Eileen. “Wise Buys,” ARTnews, summer.
Ocaña, Damarys. “Humid,” Art Papers Magazine, March/April.
Nys Dambrot, Shana. “Hernan Bas,” tema celeste, p. 93.
Robinson, Walter. “More from Miami,” artnet, 9 December.
Triff, Alfredo. “Summer Fashion,” Miami New Times: Art, 25-31 July.
Turner, Elisa. “Sharp FIU Exhibit Nails Complex Human Condition,” The Miami Herald: Visual Arts, 19 January.
Turner, Elisa. “Hardy Boys Meet Teen Angst,” The Miami Herald, 1 December. “Independent Events: Art Basel Miami Beach,” The Miami Herald, 1 December. “Ear Candy,” Street Miami: Art Listings, 11–17 January. Ocaña, Damarys. “Boy Story: Hernan Bas keeps the narrative about sexuality going at Snitzer show,” The Street, 27 December, p. 64.

2001
Moreno, Gean. “Miami,” Art Papers Magazine, November/December.
“Nouveau Sissies on Display,” The Miami Herald, 6 July.
Sirgado, Miguel A. “Los Escenarios Apacibles de Hernan Bas,” El Nuevo Herald, July. Ocaña, Damarys. “Artist’s Works are SlimFast Pickings,” Street Miami, 5–11 January. Triff, Alfredo. “Hernan’s Merit and the Nouveau Sissies,” Miami New Times. Ocaña, Damarys. “Gender Benders,” Street Miami.

2000
“Robot,” The Miami Herald, 1 December.
“An Artistic Ode to Miami,” Street Miami, 22 December.
Halden, Loann. “Travels in Hernanland,” Miami, Only in TWN.
Turner, Elisa. “MoCAs Heart, Art, Right at Home in Miami,” The Miami Herald, 29 November.


Publications

2014
Rattemeyer, Christian, et al. “Hernan Bas,” Rizzoli International Publications, New York, NY, USA

2012
Robecchi, Michele and Rene Zechlin. “Hernan Bas/The other side,” Kunstverein Hanover, Verlag, Berlin, Germany

2009
“Wonderland: Through the Looking Glass,” Kusthal KAdE Amersfoort, Amersfoort, Netherlands

2008
Coetzee, Mark. “Hernan Bas, Works from the Rubell Collection,” Rubell Family Collection, Miami, FL, USA

2006
“Ideal Worlds,” Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, Germany

2005
“Ideal Wunschwelten Worlds: New Romanticism in Contemporary Art,”
Schirn Kunsthale Frankfurt, Hatje Cantz
“Soap Operatic: Hernan Bas” introduction by Silvia Karman. Texts by Nancy Spector,
Massimiliano Gioni and Hernan Bas


Commissions and Special Projects

2012
Louis Vuitton, Aventura Space, Miami, FL, USA


Residencies

2016
Jesus College, Cambridge, United Kingdom 2013 Chinati, Marfa, TX, USA

2005
Arts Production Fund, Giverny, France


Public Collections

Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY, USA
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C., USA
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, FL Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA, USA The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY, USA
New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, CT, USA
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA, USA
Rubell Family Collection, Miami, FL, USA
Saatchi Collection, London, United Kingdom
Samuso: Space for Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA, USA
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, USA
Williams College, Williamstown, MA, USA