Brian Jungen – CV

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Brian Jungen
b. 1970, Fort St. John, British Columbia, Canada
Lives and works in the North Okanagan, British Columbia, Canada

Education

  • 1992 Diploma of Visual Art, Emily Carr College of Art and Design, Vancouver

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • 2019 Friendship Centre, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada
  • 2016 Casey Kaplan, New York, USA
    Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver
  • 2014 Modest Livelihood, in collaboration with Duane Linklater, VOX – Centre de l’image contemporaine, Montreal, Canada
  • 2013 Bonner Kunstverein, Bonn, Germany; Kunstverein Hannover, Hannover, Germany
    Modest Livelihood, in collaboration with Duane Linklater, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada
    Modest Livelihood, in collaboration with Duane Linklater, Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver
  • 2012 Modest Livelihood, in collaboration with Duane Linklater, Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts, University of Chicago, Chicago, USA
    Modest Livelihood, in collaboration with Duane Linklater, Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff, Canada, presented in collaboration with dOCUMENTA (13), Kassel, Germany
  • 2011 Casey Kaplan, New York, USA
    Tomorrow, Repeated, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada
    Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
  • 2010 Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver
  • 2009 Strange Comfort, National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, DC, USA
    Frac des Pays de la Loire, Nantes, France
  • 2008 Casey Kaplan, New York, USA
  • 2007 Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver
    Museum Villa Stuck, Munich, Germany
  • 2006 Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam, the Netherlands; Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, Montreal, Canada; Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver
    Tate Modern, London, UK
    Thunderbirds, Casey Kaplan, New York, USA
  • 2005 New Museum, New York, USA
  • 2004 Habitat 04 - Cité radieuse des chats/Cats Radiant City, Darling Foundry, Montreal, Canada
    Capp Street Project: Brian Jungen, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, USA
    Triple Candie, New York, USA
  • 2003 Secession, Vienna, Austria
    Cetology, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, USA
  • 2002 Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver
  • 2001 Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver
    Happy Medium, Art Gallery of Calgary, Calgary, Canada
  • 2000 Shapeshifter, Or Gallery, Vancouver
    Bush Capsule and Toronto Fieldwork, YYZ Artist’s Outlet, Toronto, Canada
    Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, Canada
    Art Gallery of Windsor, Windsor, Canada
  • 1999 Charles H. Scott Gallery, Vancouver
  • 1997 Half Nelson, Truck Gallery, Calgary, Canada

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • 2019 Creatures: When Species Meet, Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, USA
    Haunt, in collaboration with Duane Linklater, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia
    Plastic Entanglements, Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, USA
    Unexplained Parade, Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver
    Art for a New Understanding: Native Perspectives, 1950s to Now, Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe, USA
  • 2018 The Metamorphosis, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver
    Art for a New Understanding: Native Voices, 1950s to Now, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, USA
    Becoming American, Seattle, USA
    Beautiful world, where are you?, Liverpool Biennial, Liverpool, UK
    Plastic Entanglements: Ecology, Aesthetics, Materials, Palmer Museum of Art, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, USA; Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Eugene, USA
    Unsettled, Anchorage Museum, Anchorage, USA; Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Springs, USA
    N. Vancouver, The Polygon Gallery, North Vancouver, Canada
    PlayTime, Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA, USA
    The Sunshine Eaters, Onsite Gallery, OCAD University, Toronto, Canada
  • 2017 Connective Tissue: New Approaches to Fiber in Contemporary Native Art, Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe, USA
    Ephemera, Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Overland Park, USA
    Once upon a time… The Western, Musée de beaux-arts de Montréal, Montreal, Canada
    Unsettled, Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, USA
    Canadian and Indigenous Art: 1968 to Present, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Canada
    Wood Land School: Kahatènhston tsi na’tetiátere ne Iotohrkó:wa tánon Iotohrha, Drawing Lines from January to December, Wood Land School, SBC Gallery of Contemporary Art, Montreal, Canada
  • 2016 Le grand balcon, La Biennale de Montréal, Montreal, Canada
    On Space and Place: Contemporary Art from Chicago, Los Angeles, Mexico City, and Vancouver, De Paul Art Museum, Chicago, USA
    Obsidian Gaze, Sámi Center for Northern Peoples, Manndalen, Norway
    Readymades, Gordon Smith Gallery of Canadian Art, North Vancouver, Canada
    MashUp: The Birth of Modern Culture, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver
  • 2015 Beyond the Pines: Homer Watson and Contemporary Canadian Landscape, Art Gallery of Mississauga, Mississauga, Canada
    CUSTOM MADE / Tsitslem te stem te ck’ultens-kuc, Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops, Canada
    Residue: The Persistence of the Real, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver
    The Geometry of Knowing: Part 2, Audain Gallery, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver
  • 2014 Beat Nation: Art, Hip Hop and Aboriginal Culture, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina; Dalhousie Art Gallery, Dalhousie University, and St. Mary’s University Art Gallery, Halifax, Canada
    Modest Livelihood, in collaboration with Duane Linklater, Edinburgh Art Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland
    Never Look Back When Leaving, Casey Kaplan, New York, USA
    New Lines: Contemporary Drawings from the National Gallery of Canada, Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
    Contemporary Drawings from the National Gallery of Canada, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Canada
  • 2013 Beat Nation: Art, Hip Hop and Aboriginal Culture, Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops; Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, Montreal, Canada
    Science Fiction 21: The Last Frontier, Or Gallery, Vancouver
    Sakahàn: International Indigenous Art, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Canada
  • 2012 Beat Nation: Art, Hip Hop and Aboriginal Culture, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver; The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, Toronto, Canada
    Builders, Canadian Biennial 2012, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Canada
    Reactivation, 9th Shanghai Biennale, Shanghai, China
    Beneath a Petroliferous Moon, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Canada
    No. 17, Casey Kaplan, New York, USA
    dOCUMENTA (13), Kassel, Germany
    Zoo, Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, Montreal, Canada
    Manufacture, Centre PasquArt Biel, Biel, Switzerland
    Untrue North, Yukon Arts Centre, Whitehorse, Canada
  • 2011 Mixed Signals: Artists Consider Masculinity in Sports, Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT, USA
  • 2010 Reflection: 15 Years, Casey Kaplan, New York, USA
    Contemporary Drawings from the National Gallery of Canada, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Canada
    Size DOES Matter, The FLAG Art Foundation, New York, USA
    First Nations/Second Nature, Audain Gallery, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver
    Hard Targets, Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, USA
    Pattern ID, Akron Art Museum, Akron, USA
    Visions of British Columbia: A Landscape Manual, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver
  • 2009 Mixed Signals: Artists Consider Masculinity in Sports, The Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture, University of Maryland, College Park; Cranbrook Art Museum, Bloomfield Hills, MI, USA
    Moby Dick, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, USA
    Loaded, Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver
    NeoHooDoo: Art for a Forgotten Faith, Miami Art Museum, Miami, USA
  • 2008 NeoHooDoo: Art for a Forgotten Faith, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City; The Menil Collection, Houston, USA
    Hard Targets–Masculinity and Sport, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, USA
    Burning Cold, Oakville Galleries, Oakville; Nanaimo Art Gallery, Nanaimo, Canada
    Pleinairism, i8, Reykjavik, Iceland
    Revolutions - Forms that Turn, 16th Biennale of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
    Martian Museum of Terrestrial Art, Barbican Art Gallery, London, UK
  • 2007 This Winter, Casey Kaplan, New York, USA
    Shapeshifters, Time Travellers and Storytellers, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada
    9e Biennale de Lyon, Lyon, France
    Crack the Sky, La Biennale de Montréal, Montreal, Canada
    Burning Cold, Canada Winter Games National Exhibition, Yukon Arts Centre Public Art Gallery, Whitehorse, Canada
    Hot Rock, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland
  • 2006 Human Game: Winners and Losers, Stazione Leopolda, Florence, Italy
    274 East 1st, Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver
    Holy Land: Diaspora and the Desert, Heard Museum, Phoenix, USA
  • 2005 Intertidal: Vancouver Art and Artists, Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen, Antwerp, Belgium
    The Party, Casey Kaplan, New York, USA
    Material Time/Work Time/Life Time, Reykjavík Arts Festival, Gerðarsafn - Kópavogur Art Museum, Kópavogur, Iceland
    Short Stories: Contemporary Selections, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, USA
    Re: Building the World, Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, Canada
  • 2004 Artists’ Favourites, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, UK
    Baja to Vancouver: The West Coast in Contemporary Art, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, San Diego; Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver; CCA Wattis Institute For Contemporary Arts, San Francisco; Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, USA
    A Grain of Dust A Drop of Water, 5th Gwangju Biennial, Gwangju, South Korea
    A Question of Place, Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff Centre, Banff, Canada
    Noah’s Ark, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Canada
  • 2003 Beachcombers, Mead Art Gallery, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK
    Bounce, Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, USA; Power Plant, Toronto, Canada
    Exhibitions of an Exhibition, Casey Kaplan, New York, USA
    Hammertown, Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool, UK
    The Moderns, Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, Turin, Italy
    MosaiCanada: Sign and Sound, Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, South Korea
    Nation, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, Germany
    Newmodulr, Art Gallery of Calgary, Calgary; Blackwood Gallery, Mississauga, Canada
  • 2002 Beachcombers, Gasworks, London; Middlesbrough Art Gallery, Middlesbrough, UK
    Hammertown, The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland
    Think Big / Voir Grand, Liane and Danny Taran Gallery, Saidye Bronfman Centre for the Arts, Montreal, Canada
    This Place, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver
    watery, domestic, Renaissance Society, Chicago, USA
  • 2001 ARS 01, Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki, Finland
    Better Place, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Canada
    Long Time, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver
    Museopathy, Agnes Etherington Gallery, Kingston, Canada
    Present Compose, Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa, Canada
  • 2000 Message by Eviction: New Art from Vancouver, Illingworth Kerr Gallery, Calgary, Canada
    Curatorial Mutiny Part 2: På Samma Våglängd, Konstakuten Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 1998 Here and Now: First Nations Alumni, Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, Vancouver
  • 1997 Buddy Palace, Or Gallery, Vancouver
    Browser, Artropolis ’97, Roundhouse Community Centre, Vancouver

Monographs

  • 2019 Kitty Scott, ed., Brian Jungen: Friendship Centre, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada; DelMonico Books, Munich, Germany
  • 2011 Catherine Crowston, ed., Carapace, Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
  • 2006 Solange de Boer, Zoë Gray, and Nicolaus Schafhausen, Brian Jungen, Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam, the Netherlands
  • 2005 Daina Augaitis, et al., Brian Jungen, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver
  • 2004 Matthew Higgs and Brian Jungen, Brian Jungen, Secession, Vienna, Austria, and Art Metropole, Toronto, Canada
  • 2002 Scott Watson and Lindsay Brown, Brian Jungen, Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver
  • 1999 Reid Shier, Brian Jungen, Charles H. Scott Gallery, Vancouver

Books and Exhibition Catalogues

  • 2018 Kitty Scott, Sally Tallant, and Sinéad McCarthy (eds.), Beautiful World, Where Are You?, Art Books Publishing, London, UK
    Brian Jungen and Melanie O’Brian (eds.), $5 Handshake: Art on Treaty 8 Territory, Simon Fraser University Galleries, Burnaby, Canada
  • 2017 JoAnne Northrup (ed.), Unsettled, Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, USA; Hirmer Verlag GmbH, Munich, Germany
    Victoria Dickenson, Naomi Fontaine, Lee Maracle (eds.), The Good Lands, Figure 1 Publishing, Vancouver
  • 2016 Bill Jeffries, et al., Readymades, Gordon Smith Gallery of Canadian Art, North Vancouver, Canada
  • 2015 Grant Arnold, Residue: The Persistence of the Real, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, and Black Dog Publishing, London, UK
    Kendra Ainsworth, Faith Hieblinger, and Shannon Anderson, Beyond the Pines: Homer Watson and the Contemporary Canadian Landscape, Art Gallery of Mississauga, Mississauga, Canada
  • 2014 Jen Budney, et al., Beneath a Petroliferous Moon, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Canada
    Greg A. Hill, Candice Hopkins, and Christine Lalonde, eds., Sakahàn, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Canada
    Gregory Minissale, The Psychology of Contemporary Art, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK
  • 2012 Monika Szewczyk, Modest Livelihood, Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts, University of Chicago, Chicago, USA
    Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, et al., dOCUMENTA (13): The Guidebook, Hatje Cantz, Berlin, Germany
    Robin Anthony and Cassandra Cook, eds., The RBC Art Collection: Selected Works, Royal Bank of Canada, Toronto, Canada
    Charlotte Townsend-Gault, ‘Skin Deep’, Anthology of Exhibition Essays 2010/2011, CJ Press, Vancouver
    Johanne Lamoureux, ‘Unaligned Identities’, Quebec and Canadian Art: The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts Collection, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal, Canada
    Karen Kramer Russell, et al., Shapeshifting: Transformations in Native American Art, Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA, and Yale University Press, New Haven, USA
    Marie Fraser, Zoo, Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, Montreal, Canada
    Kathleen Ritter and Tania Willard, Beat Nation: Art, Hip Hop and Aboriginal Culture, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver
    Daina Augaitis, ‘Brian Jungen’, 9th Shanghai Biennale: Reactivation, The Power Station of Art, Shanghai, China
  • 2010 Paul Chaat Smith and Candice Hopkins, Brian Jungen: Strange Comfort, Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian, Washington, DC, USA
  • 2009 Lindsay Brown, ‘Brian Jungen’, Vitamin 3-D: New Perspectives in Sculpture and Installation, Phaidon, London, UK
  • 2008 Candice Hopkins, ‘Brian Jungen: New Monuments’, Anthology of Exhibition Essays 2006/2007, CJ Press, Vancouver
    Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, et al., 16th Biennale of Sydney: Revolution - Forms that Turn, Thames & Hudson, Victoria, Australia
    Candice Hopkins, ‘Ruptures on the Architectural Grid: Brian Jungen’s Treaty Project, Métis Road Allowance Houses and Other Models of Inhabiting the “Inbetween”’, in Informal Architectures, ed. Anthony Kiendl, Black Dog Publishing, London, UK
    Francesco Manacorda, et al., Encyclopedia of Terrestrial Life, Volume VIII, Martian Museum of Terrestrial Art, Barbican Art Gallery and Merrell Publishers Ltd., London, UK
    Évelyne Toussaint, ‘De L’Usage Politique de L’Art Minimal: Félix González-Torres et Brian Jungen’, in La Fonction Critique de L’Art, La Lettre Volée, Brussels, Belgium
    Jean-Philippe Uzel, ‘Trickster Objects in Contemporary Art’, in The Undecidable: Gaps and Displacements of Contemporary Art, ed. Thérèse St-Gelais, Editions Esse, Montreal, Canada
    Franklin Sirmans, ed., NeoHooDoo: Art for a Forgotten Faith, The Menil Collection, Houston, and Yale University Press, New Haven, USA, and London, UK
    Steven Skov Holt and Mara Holt Skov, Manufractured: The Conspicuous Transformation of Everyday Objects, Chronicle Books, San Francisco, USA
  • 2007 Clint Burnham, ‘Late Empire’, in Vancouver Art & Economies, Artspeak Gallery and Arsenal Pulp Press, Vancouver
    Jens Hoffmann, ‘Brian Jungen’, Ice Cream: 10 Curators, 100 Contemporary Artists, 10 Source Artists, Phaidon, London, UK
    Cate Rimmer, The Banal, SBC Gallery of Contemporary Art, Montreal, Canada
    Pamela Perry-Globa, Peter Weeks, David Yoshida and Victor Zelinski, ‘A New Mix: Hybridization’, in Perspectives on Globalization, Oxford University Press, Don Mills, Canada
    Stéphanie Moisdon and Hans Ulrich Obrist, eds., 00s—The History of a Decade That Has Not Yet Been Named, JRP Ringier, Zurich, Switzerland
  • 2006 Germaine Koh, Prototype: Contemporary Art from Joe Friday’s Collection, Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa, Canada
    Francesco Bonami, Maria Luisa Frisa, and Stefano Tonchi, Human Game: Winners and Losers, Fondazione Pitti Discovery, Florence, and Edizioni Charta, Milan, Italy
    Zoë Gray, ‘Shapeshifter, Cetology and Vienna’, in Land Art: A Cultural Ecology Handbook, ed. Max Andrews, Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures & Commerce, London, UK
  • 2005 Dieter Roelstraete and Scott Watson, eds., Intertidal: Vancouver Art and Artists, Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen (MuHKA), Antwerp, Belgium, and Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, Vancouver
    Joan Livingstone and John Ploof, The Object of Labor: Art, Cloth, and Cultural Production, School of the Art Institute of Chicago Press and MIT Press, Chicago, USA
    Trevor Smith, ‘Brian Jungen’, exhibition essay, New Museum, New York, USA
  • 2004 Milena Kalinovska, Gwangju Biennale 2004: A Grain of Dust, A Drop of Water, Gwangju Biennale Foundation, Gwangju, South Korea
    Pierre Théberge, et al., Noah’s Ark, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Canada
    Ralph Rugoff, et al., Baja to Vancouver - The West Coast and Contemporary Art, CCA Wattis Institute, San Francisco; MCA San Diego, San Diego; Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, USA; Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver
    Charlotte Townsend-Gault, ‘Struggles With Aboriginality/Modernity’, in Bill Reid and Beyond: Expanding on Modern Native Art, eds. Karen Duffek and Charlotte Townsend-Gault, Museum of Anthropology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver
    Ralph Rugoff, ‘Capp Street Project: Brian Jungen’, exhibition essay, CCA Wattis Institute, San Francisco, USA
    Kitty Scott, ‘Dear Brian’, Habitat 04: Cité radieuse des chats / Cats Radiant City, Darling Foundry, Montreal, Canada
  • 2003 Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, et al., I Moderni / The Moderns, Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, Turin, Italy
    Wayne Baerwaldt, mosaiCanada: Sign & Sound, Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, South Korea
  • 2002 Jim Drobnick and Jennifer Fisher, Museopathy, Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston, Canada
    Philip Monk, Bounce, The Power Plant, Toronto, Canada
    Katharine Stout and Andrew Renton, The Beachcombers, The Drawing Room, London, UK
    Michael Turner and Reid Shier, Hammertown, The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland
  • 2001 Maaretta Jaukkuri, Irit Rogoff and Nikos Papastergiadis, ARS 01, Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma, Helsinki, Finland
    Timothy Long, Scott Pittendrigh, and John Marriott, A Better Place, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Canada
  • 2000 Douglas Coupland, City of Glass, Douglas & MacIntyre, Vancouver

Magazines and Periodicals

  • 2019 Charles Reeve, ‘Brian Jungen Scores a Slam Dunk’, Frieze, 19 July
    ‘A tipi made from sofas’, Art Matters Blog, Art Gallery of Ontario, 8 July
    Carla Lucchetta, ‘How this Indigenous artist turns basketball shoes into commercialist critique’, TVO, 5 July
    Kate Taylor, ‘Jungen’s Friendship Centre holds court in the AGO’, The Globe and Mail, 29 June
    Janet Smith, ‘BC artist Brian Jungen causes big buzz with summer solo show at Art Gallery of Ontario’, The Georgia Straight, 27 June
    Kate Taylor, ‘Brian Jungen’s audacious Indigenous art feels timely and necessary for a Canada attempting reconciliation’, The Globe and Mail, 24 June
    Christine Sismondo, ‘Here’s what whales, basketball and Nike Air Jordans have to do with the art of Brian Jungen’, Toronto Star, 21 June
    ‘How this BC artist uses sliced up Air Jordans to connect with his Indigenous roots’, CBC Radio, 19 June
    Cassandra Szklarski, ‘BC artist Brian Jungen plays with First Nations traditions, sports imagery’, City News 1130, 17 June
    ‘Sports and Indigenous traditions collide in Brian Jungen’s AGO exhibit’, Yahoo News, 17 June
    ‘Summer Preview: The Most Promising Museum Shows and Biennials Around the World’, ARTnews, 5 June
    Marsha Lederman, ‘The Enthusiast: A brush with Canadian artistic greatness’, The Globe and Mail, 16 March
    ‘What to See in 2019’, Canadian Art, 2 January
  • 2018 Shawn Conner, ‘Exploring change and transformation in The Metamorphosis at Vancouver Art Gallery’, The Sudbury Star, 26 December
    Hrag Vartanian, ‘Best of 2018: Our Top 20 Exhibitions Across the United States’, Hyperallergic, 20 December
    ‘“I call it the tar sands of culture”: Brian Jungen on the irony of making art about consumption’, CBC Arts, 5 December
    Ann Binlot, ‘The long, layered narrative of the Pacific Rim’, Document Journal, 9 November
    Sheila Regan, ‘Crystal Bridges Curator Mindy Besaw Shares 7 Unmissable Works From the Museum’s Landmark New Show of Native Art’, Artnet News, 6 November
    Craig Takeuchi, ‘B.C. artist Brian Jungen, filmmaker Jennifer Baichwal to discuss Anthropocene at Art Gallery of Ontario event’, The Georgia Straight, 23 October
    Waldemar Januszczak, ‘Art review: Liverpool Biennial; John Moores Painting Prize, Liverpool’, The Times, 22 July
    Yaniya Lee, ‘Beautiful World, Where Are You?’, Canadian Art, 18 July
    Adrian Searle, ‘Liverpool Biennial review—a beautiful, violent, explosive world’, The Guardian, 16 July
    Alastair Sooke, ‘Liverpool Biennial, review: a beautiful world in an age of turmoil’, The Telegraph, 16 July
    Rachel Cooke, ‘Liverpool Biennial 2018 review—the hunt for Merseyside treasures’, The Guardian, 15 July
    Joseph Kenneth Malone, ‘Liverpool biennial: Beautiful Merseyside, where worlds collide’, The Times, 13 July
    Austin Cozicar, ‘“$5 Handshake: Art on Treaty 8 Territory” now available’, Dawson Creek Mirror, 11 June
    Dale Berning Sawa, ‘Liverpool Biennial 2018 lineup takes global view in the age of Brexit’, The Guardian, 16 March
    Chris Hampton, ‘Hope in the land under our feet’, The Globe and Mail, 15 January
  • 2017 Lucien Durey, ‘Maps and Dreams’, Canadian Art, Fall
    Kathleen Roberts, ‘Threads of innovation: Exhibit explores new approaches to fiber in Native Art’, Albuquerque Journal, 1 July
    Jens Hoffmann, ‘The Biennale de Montréal’, Artforum, Reviews, February
  • 2016 Richard William Hill, ‘Close Readings: Brian Jungen’, C Magazine, Issue 130, Summer
  • 2015 Jan Verwoert, ‘Spellbound’, Frieze, Issue 173, September
  • 2013 Alice Ming Wai Jim, ‘How to Occupy Retreat: dOCUMENTA (13) from Kassel to Banff’, Journal of Curatorial Studies, Volume 2, Number 2
    Murray Whyte, ‘Two artists go moose hunting: Modest Livelihood at the AGO’, Toronto Star, 26 October
    Richard Rhodes, ‘Three decades in the art world’, Canadian Art, Fall
    Lucas Freeman, ‘Brian Jungen and Duane Linklater’, Fuse Magazine online, 20 June
    Michael Turner, ‘Brian Jungen Shows Continuity & Contrast in German Survey’, Canadian Art online, 15 May
  • 2012 Zachary Cahill, ‘Critics Picks: Brian Jungen and Duane Linklater’, Artforum online, 4 September
    Nancy Tousley, ‘Brian Jungen & Duane Linklater: Hunting Retreat’, Canadian Art online, 16 August
    Sarah Milroy, ‘Unspooling the landscape with Brian Jungen and Duane Linklater’, The Globe and Mail, 3 August
    Lee Rosenbaum, ‘Artifacts to Artworks’, Wall Street Journal, 18 January
  • 2011 David St.-Lascaux, ‘Brian Jungen’, The Brooklyn Rail, November
    Karen Rosenberg, ‘Brian Jungen’, The New York Times, 29 September
    Nancy Tousley, ‘Aboriginal Art Report: The Group of Who?’, Canadian Art, 26 May
    Murray Whyte, ‘Brian Jungen at the AGO: A Canadian art superstar goes personal’, Toronto Star, 7 May
    Robert Enright, ‘The Tortoise and the Air: An Interview with Brian Jungen’, Border Crossings, May
    Sarah Milroy, ‘Work in Progress’, Canadian Art, Spring
    Kevin Griffin, ‘Jungen blurs the lines of definition’, Vancouver Sun, 8 January
    Stéphane Aquin, ‘150th Anniversary Gift: An Iconic Work by Brian Jungen’, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts Magazine, January/April
  • 2010 Robert Fulford, ‘Brian Jungen’s unique sculpture has redefined what aboriginal art can be’, National Post, 10 May
  • 2009 Alix McKenna, ‘Brian Jungen: Strange Comfort at the National Museum of the American Indian’, California Literary Review, 3 November
    Megan Gambino, ‘One Man’s Trash is Brian Jungen’s Treasure’, Smithsonian Magazine, September
    Murray Whyte, ‘Stunning Sports Art Tilts to the Profane’, The Toronto Star, 18 April
  • 2008 Sarah Neel Smith, ‘Hard Targets: Masculinity and Sport’, Frieze online, 10 December
    Brian Sholis, ‘Brian Jungen: Casey Kaplan Gallery’, Artforum, Summer
    Rosalie Higson, ‘Harbour for Revolutionary Ideals’, The Australian, 17 June
    Douglas Britt, ‘NeoHooDoo: Faith and Ritual in Art of the Americas’, Houston Chronicle, June
  • 2007 Alex Lockett, ‘Alex Lockett examines the process of transformation and reconstruction in the work of Brian Jungen and Simon Starling’, Miser & Now, August
    Alison Stein Wellner, ‘Battling a ‘Holy’ War’, The Chronicle of Philanthropy, June
    Clint Burnham, ‘Making totems of the objects that surround us’, The Globe and Mail, 5 May
    Kevin Griffin, ‘Cultural Intersection’, The Vancouver Sun, 5 May
    Elke Buhr, ‘Masken für den globalen Stamm’, Art: das Kunstmagazin, May
    Martina Scherf, ‘Ein shuh mit magischen Kräften’, Süddeutsche Zeitung, 14 March
    Sebastian Frenzel, ‘Der Turnshuh des Manitu’, Vanity Fair, March
  • 2006 Lee Henderson, ‘Brian Jungen’, Contemporary, Issue 81
    Réal Lussier, ‘Brian Jungen’, Le Journal, Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal
    Marilu Knode, ‘Holy Land: Diaspora and the Desert’, Art Papers, September/October
    Margaret Rodgers, ‘Brian Jungen: Contemporary Mythologies’, Espace Sculpture 77, Autumn
    Santiago Cano, ‘Brian Jungen Revised Anthropology’, The European Magazine, July
    Kimberly Phillips, ‘Fetishism, Curiosity, and the Work of Brian Jungen’, Fillip 3, Summer
    Julia Dault, ‘A Room of One’s Own’, The National Post, June 15
    Paul Gessell, ‘Haida meets hiphop in the work of Brian Jungen’, The Ottawa Citizen, 12 June
    Henry Lehmann, ‘No bones about it: Lawnchair skeleton’, The Gazette, Montreal, 10 June
    Christine Redfern, ‘Material world’, Montreal Mirror, 8 June
    Clint Burnham, ‘Artworks challenge and intrigue’, The Vancouver Sun, 3 June
    Michel Hellman, ‘Les ‘calembours visuels’ de Brian Jungen’, Le Devoir, 3 June
    Eliza Williams, ‘Top 50 Summer Highlights’, ArtReview, June
    Sarah McFadden, ‘Intertidal: Vancouver Art and Artists’, Art Papers, May/June
    Craig Burnett, ‘Brian Jungen: Owls, Inuits and Cultural collision: museums, marketing and clichés’, Frieze, April
    Julia Dault, ‘Brian Jungen’, Galleries West, Spring
    John K. Grande, ‘Brian Jungen: Prototypes for a New Understanding’, Vie des Arts, Issue 202, Spring
    Matthew Kangas, ‘Branding unmasked, with an ancient twist’, The Seattle Times, 19 March
    Terence Dick, ‘Brian Jungen Interviewed by Terence Dick’, C Magazine, March
    Murray Whyte, ‘A Decade Spent Fusing Icons’, The Toronto Star, 19 February
    Sarah Milroy, ‘Shaman of the Sofa’, The Globe and Mail, 14 February
    Richard Lacayo, ‘A commercial vision’, Time, 13 February
    Robin Laurence, ‘Curators laud Jungen’s range’, The Georgia Straight, 2 February
    Alexander Varty, ‘Culture Shock’, The Georgia Straight, 2 February
    Daniel Baird, ‘Air Jungen’, The Walrus, February
    Cedar Lewisohn, ‘A Perfect Match’, ArtReview, Vol. X, February
    Andy Duck, ‘Saving the Tribal Soles’, Time, 30 January
    Amy O’Brian, ‘Bought, Sold, and Yet Amused’, The Vancouver Sun, 28 January
    Clint Burnham, ‘The instant ‘I get it’ of Brian Jungen’s art’, The Vancouver Sun, 28 January
    Adele Weder, ‘Into bits and pieces and back again’, The Globe and Mail, Friday, 27 January
    Julia Dault, ‘British Columbia’s Best’, The National Post, 26 January
  • 2005 Blake Gopnik, ‘Mirror in the Mask’, The Guardian Weekly
    Jamie Gross, ‘Cultural Constructs’, Surface, Issue 56
    Grace Glueck, ‘Art in Review; Brian Jungen’, The New York Times, 23 December
    Amy O’Brian, ‘Vancouver artists make waves around the world’, The Vancouver Sun, 17 December
    Franz Lidz, ‘A Perfect Fit’, Sports Illustrated, 5 December
    Ariella Budick, ‘Shape Shifting’, Newsday, 4 December
    Brian Fitchner, ‘One Man Show: Brian Jungen’, Clear, December
    Michael Harris, ‘Mix with care’, Canadian Art, Winter
    Margo Jefferson, ‘Wanted: A Theater Unafraid of the Power of Images’, The New York Times, 26 October
    Blake Gopnik, ‘Brian Jungen’s Masks, Reconsidering ‘Native’ Crafts from the Insole Out’, The Washington Post, 24 October
    Chioma Nnadi, ‘Shapeshifter’, The Fader, October–November
    Amy Benfer, ‘Nature v Nike’, Metro, 30 September
  • 2004 Gabriele Schor, ‘Hybridity, Eros and Death’, Parkett, Issue 70
    David Gleeson, ‘Baja to Vancouver: the West Coast and Contemporary Art’, Contemporary, Issue 54
    Deborah Campbell, ‘The New School’, Vancouver Guestlife
    Edgar Schmitz, ‘Ein Fernsehtraum Von Lieblingsbissen’, Texte Zur Kunst, 13 December
    Maurizio Cattelan, Massimiliano Gioni, Ali Subotnick, ‘Everybody Was There; The Wrong Guide to New York in 2004’, Artforum, December
    Clint Burnham, ‘Aperto Vancouver’, Flash Art, November – December
    Christopher A. Olson, ‘Baja to Vancouver: The West Coast and Contemporary Art’, Border Crossings, Fall
    Michael Turner, ‘Not so quiet on the western front’, The Globe and Mail, 14 July
    Michael Scott, ‘Separating West Coast dream from reality’, The Vancouver Sun, 5 June
    Robin Laurence, ‘B2V Finds West Coast Context’, The Georgia Straight, 3 June
    Wes LaFortune, ‘From anger to hope: Aboriginals Examine Identity and Change’, Fast Forward Weekly, 20 May
    Bryne McLaughlin, ‘Vibrant local scene connects with the community’, The Globe and Mail, 1 May
    Charles LaBelle, ‘Brian Jungen’, Frieze, May
    Veronica Redgrave, ‘SPCA Fundraiser showcases ‘city’ for cats’, The Gazette, 4 April
    Lyne Crevier, ‘Refuge au Poil’, Ici, 25 March
    Michel Hellman, ‘Condos pour minou’, Le Devoir, March 20
    Susan Cooke, ‘Cats in the City’, The McGill Tribune, 18 March
    Matthew Woodley, ‘I tought I taw a Habitat’, Mirror, 18 March
    Holland Cotter, ‘Art In Review: Brian Jungen’, The New York Times, 5 March
    ‘Galleries Uptown, Brian Jungen’, The New Yorker, 1 March
    Stephanie Buhmann, ‘Brian Jungen’, The Brooklyn Rail, March
    Bridget Goodbody, ‘Reviews: Brian Jungen’, Time Out New York, 19 February
    Murray Whyte, ‘Vancouver artist links sweatshops, sports’, The Vancouver Sun, 14 February
    Murray Whyte, ‘Finding Art In Sports and Sweatshops’, The New York Times, 8 February
    Sarah Milroy, ‘Artists of the world, unite’, The Globe and Mail, 7 February
    Christopher Knight, ‘Coastal Confluence’, Los Angeles Times, 1 February
    Sara Krajewski, ‘Baja to Vancouver’, ArtUS, January–February
  • 2003 Vanessa Joan Muller, ‘Wat Heet Normal’, Metropolis M, No. 6
    Dan Tranberg, ‘Reconstruction: Brian Jungen at the Secession’, Angle, Vol. 1, No. 10, December
    Glen Helfland, ‘Baja to Vancouver’, Artforum, December
    Jeff Jahn, ‘Review; Baja to Vancouver: The West Coast and Contemporary Art’, Modern Painters, Winter
    Jens Hoffmann, ‘Brian Jungen’, Flash Art, July–September
    Nancy Tousley, ‘Cool Cooler Coolest’, Canadian Art, Summer
    Michael Turner, ‘Wall and Void’, Modern Painters, Summer
    Stefano Casciani, ‘Il Moderno colpisce ancora?’, Domus, June
    Franco Fanelli, ‘Dal postmoderno ai neomoderni’, Vernissage: Il fotogiornale dell’arte, May
    Rocco Moliterni, ‘Giubbotti e scarpe fatti d’arte: Addio al video, tornano pittura e scultura’, La Stampa, 15 April
    Ludovico Pratesi, ‘Non ci crederete: questi quadri suonano’, Il Venerdi, 11 April
    Franco Fanelli, ‘Moderni si, modaioli no: chi sono gli artisti della generazione post Twin Towers’, Il Giornale Dell’arte, April
  • 2002 Shawna Richer, ‘A new face among art prizes’, The Globe and Mail, 9 December
    ‘Welcome to Hammertown’, Standart, Issue 138, November 2002
    Jack Mottram, ‘Refreshing hits from the Canadian Club’, Sunday Herald, 20 October
    Sarah Milroy, ‘Thoroughly Modern Art’, The Globe and Mail, 25 September
    Morgan Falconer, ‘The Beachcombers,’ Contemporary, Issue 43, September
    Sophie Hackett, ‘Summer Breeze; Blowing through the jasmine in my mind’, XTRA!, 8 August
    Betty Ann Jordan, ‘Art’, Toronto Life, July
    Sarah Milroy, ‘A tale of two art worlds’, The Globe and Mail, 20 June
    Judy Stoffman, ‘Whale skeleton emerges from lawn chair closet’, The Toronto Star, 17 June
    Nancy Tousley, ‘sympathy, empathy, museopathy’, Canadian Art, Spring
    Michael Scott, ‘Nike rearrangement adds to Jungen’s art world frenzy’, The Vancouver Sun, 14 February
  • 2001 Perttu Saksa, ‘Jannitetyt Pakarat: Ars 01’, Image
    Christine Shaw, ‘A Better Place’, Fuse Magazine, Vol.24, No.3
    Silja Lanas Cavada, ‘Nakoala Tilaan Kolmanteen’, Suomen Kuvalehti, No39
    David Garneau, ‘A Better Place: Practical Utopias’, Vie des Arts, No182
    Minna Luoma, ‘On maailmassa monta ihmeellista asiaa’, Kansan Uutiset, Issue 27
    Arja Maunuksela, Lukuuta, 5 December
    Nancy Tousley, ‘Jungen’, The Calgary Herald, 1 December
    Ossian Ward, ‘Running Things’, Dazed and Confused, December
    Pascal Beausse, ‘Ars 01’, Art Press, December
    Sarah Milroy, ‘The Best of the Rest’, The Globe and Mail, 3 November
    Erkki Pirtola, ‘Kriisiapua Taiteesta’, Kiasma, 1 November
    Ossian Ward, ‘ARS Bestiae’, Art Review, November
    Jeff Derksen, ‘Global Shoes, Local Things, Relations of Production Masks, and Architect Enemies’, Tripwire, Winter
    Nina Bjorkman, ‘Ars 01 en frammande plats’, Hufvudstadsbladet, 26 October
    Marikka Bergman, ‘Brian Jungen: Prototype for a New Understanding, #1,2,3,4,7’, Anna, 16 October
    Cuauhtémoc Medina, ‘En el lejano norte’, Reforma, 10 October
    Jeff Derksen, ‘Von der universellen Verdinglichung zur universellen Kulturalisierung’, Springerin, October – December
    MarjaTerttu Kivirinta, ‘Ars 01 puhuu Baabelin kielilla’, Helsingin Sanomat, 30 September
    Maila Katriina Tuominen, ‘Ars 01 mahtuu kannykkaan’, Aamuleht, 26 September
    Robin Laurence, ‘Constructing a New View of Construction’, The Georgia Straight, 13 September
    Jeff Derksen, ‘Cultural Props’, C Magazine, Fall
    Joseph R. Wolin, ed., ‘Brian Jungen’, Review: Latin American Literature and Arts, Volume 34, Issue 63
    Gary Michael Dault, ‘Cool Artist: Brian Jungen’, Time, Canadian Edition, 6 August
    Douglas Coupland, ‘Critical Mass’, The Globe and Mail, 12 May
    Susan Oh, ‘Soaring beyond the totem poles’, Maclean’s, 7 May
    Peter Culley, ‘Out of the Blue: Three Works on Vancouver’, Border Crossings, May
    Adriana Barton, ‘Fly-by Culture’, Vancouver Magazine, March
    Tuomas Nevanlinna, ‘Identity, culture and “third space”’, Frame News, February
  • 2000 Alberto Manguel, ‘Nike Unmasked’, Geist, Issue 36
    Douglas Coupland, ‘Best of 2000’, Artforum, December
    Sarah Milroy, ‘The art of the double take’, The Globe and Mail, 4 November
    David Garneau, ‘Beyond the One-Liner: The Masks of Brian Jungen’, Border Crossings, Issue 76, November
    Kyo McLear, ‘Rewind: Brian Jungen’, Canadian Art, Winter
    Cate Rimmer, ‘Brian Jungen’, Mix, Winter
    Michael Turner, ‘Prototypes + Petroglyphs + Pop’, Mix, Winter
    Sally McKay, ‘Review: Brian Jungen’, Lola 7, Fall
    Jack Anderson, ‘Nikes as masks tool for debate’, Leader-Post, 20 July
    William Wood, ‘Access Codes and Avoided Objects’, Parachute 99, July
  • 1999 Blake Gopnik, ‘Crossing the Line Between Past, Future’, The Globe and Mail, 26 October
  • 1998 Jeff Derksen, ‘Fun Critique in Ethnographic Fields’, Fuse, August

Published Writing and Works by the Artist

  • 2017 Brian Jungen, ‘Untitled Letter’, for Wood Land School: Kahatenhstánion tsi na’tetiatere ne Iotohrkó:wa tánon Iotohrha, Drawing Lines from January to December, SBC Gallery of Contemporary Art, Montreal, Canada
  • 2002 Brian Jungen, Facing History: Portraits from Vancouver, Presentation House Gallery and Arsenal Pulp Press, Vancouver
  • 2000 Brian Jungen, ‘Prototype for New Understanding #2 and #3’, in Collapse, Issue 5
  • 1997 Jason McLean, Lisa Prentice, Brian Jungen, and Christine Corlett, Buddy Palace, Or Gallery, Vancouver
    Brian Jungen, Brown Finger, artist book, Or Gallery, Vancouver

Public Commissions

  • 2010 The ghosts on top of my head, The Banff Centre, Banff, Canada

Residencies

  • 2017 Artist-in-Residence, Fogo Island Arts, Fogo Island, Canada
  • 2004 Capp Street Project, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, USA
  • 2003 Canada Council International Residencies Program in the Visual Arts, London, UK
  • 1998 Self-directed residency, Banff Centre for the Arts, Banff, Canada

Awards

  • 2010 The Gershon Iskowitz Prize, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada
  • 2002 Sobey Art Award, Sobey Art Foundation
  • 2001 VIVA Award, Jack and Doris Shadbolt Foundation for the Visual Arts, Vancouver