Keith Mayerson

Born 1966 in Cincinnati
Lives and works in New York and Riverside (CA)

Education

  • 1993

    MFA University of California, Irvine, United States

  • 1988

    BA Brown University, Providence, United States

Solo Exhibitions (selected)

  • 2017

    My American Dream, Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, United States

  • 2016

    My American Dream: Berlin Edition, Weiss Berlin, Berlin, Germany

  • 2015

    My American Dream, Marlborough Chelsea, New York, United States

  • 2015

    Iconoscapes, Freddy Gallery, Baltimore

  • 2014

    My American Dream: Frontiersman, David Shelton Gallery, Houston, United States
    My American Dream (Prologue), Derek Eller Gallery, New York, United States
    My American Dream, Whitney Biennal, New York, United States

  • 2013

    My American Dream, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, United States

  • 2011

    Life, Art & Fashion, Shaheen Modern & Contemporary Art, Cleveland, United States
    Iconscapes: 1995-1999, Knoedler Gallery, New York, United States

  • 2010

    My Modern Life, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, United States
    Good Leaders, Endangered Species, Ships at Sea, 80WSE, New York, United States

  • 2009

    Souvenirs, The Bakery – Annet Gelink Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    Both Sides Now: A Selection of Drawings 1992-2009, Paul Kasmin Gallery (project room), New York, United States

  • 2008

    Good Leaders, Endangered Species, Ships At Sea, Part II, Derek Eller Gallery, New York City
    Good Leaders, Endangered Species, Ships At Sea, Kim Light / Lightbox, Los Angeles, California

  • 2007

    Friends & Family, Shaheen Modern & Contemporary Art, Cleveland, United States

  • 2006

    Kings & Queens, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, United States
    Heroes, Gallery Alain Noirhomme, Brussels, Belgium

  • 2005

    Rebel Angels at the End of the World, QED Gallery, Los Angeles, United States

  • 2004

    Hamlet 1999, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, United States

  • 2003

    Hamlet 1999 Pt. 3, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, United States

  • 2000

    Illuminations, The Fifth International, New York, United States

  • 1997

    Paintings and Drawings, Jay Gorney Modern Art, New York, United States

  • 1995

    Monty’s Dream: The Sleeper In The Valley, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles, United States

  • 1994

    The Marriage of Heaven and Hell!, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles, United States

  • 1993

    Pinocchio the Big Fag, Kiki Gallery, San Francisco, United States

Group Exhibitions (selected)

  • 2017

    Drawing Island, The Journal Gallery, New York, United States
    Heartbreak Hotel, Invisible-Exports, New York, United States

  • 2016

    Landscapes, Marlborough Chelsea, New York, United States
    2 Years of Looking, New Arts Projects, New York, United States
    Logic Frog, Allen & Eldride, New York, United States
    Foundation Barbin Presents: Redeux (sort of), Kai Matsumiya Gallery, New York, United states

  • 2015

    America is Hard to See, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, United States
    EAGLES II, Galeria Marlborough Madrid, Madrid, Spain

  • 2014

    Inaugural Exhibition, Sarah Gavlak Gallery, Los Angeles, United States
    The Great Figure, Journal Gallery, New York, United States
    Keith Mayerson and Peter Saul, Robert Blumenthal Gallery, New York, United States
    Don’t Look Now, Zach Feuer Gallery, New York, United States
    The One’s Optimistic, New Britain Museum of Art, New Britain (CT), United States
    Parallel Myths, David Shelton Gallery, Houston, United States

  • 2013

    All F@*#ing Summer, Gavlak Gallery, Palm Beach (FL), United States
    Come Together: Surviving Sandy, Industry City, New York, United States
    Jew York, Zach Feuer Gallery, New York, United States

  • 2012

    All I Want Is A Picture of You, Angles Gallery, Los Angeles, United States
    The Picture of Dorian Gray, Second Guest, New York, United States
    The End, Vogt Gallery, New York, United States
    Group Shoe, Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York, United States
    It’s Always Summer On The Inside, Anton Kern Gallery, New York, United States
    B-OUT, Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York, United States

  • 2011

    Put Up or Shut Up, New York Academy of Art, New York, United States
    Keith Mayerson: Horror Hospital Unplugged, Dominic McGill: Extraordinary Popular Delusions and The Madness of Crowds, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, United States
    8 Americans, Alain Noirhomme, Brussels, Belgium
    Joni, Kathleen Cullen Fine Arts, New York, United States

  • 2010

    The Pencil Show, Foxy Productions, New York, United States
    NeoIntegrity: Comics Edition, Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art, New York, United States
    Wall-To-Wall, Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, United States
    Ink Plots: The Tradition of The Graphic Novel at SVA, Visual Arts Gallery, New York, United States
    The Boneyard, Kim Light/Lightbox, Los Angeles, United States
    2D/3D Paintings by Keith Mayerson, Sculpture by Kent Henriksen, Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn, United States

  • 2009

    Figuratively Seeing, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, United States
    The Never-Ending Story: Fairy Tales, Fantasy Obsession, Royal/T, Culver City (CA), United States
    Out Of Order, Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York, United States
    The Tree, James Cohan Gallery, New York, United States
    Naked, Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, United States
    New Acquisitions, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, United States

  • 2008

    Peanut Gallery, The Journal Gallery, New York, United States
    THINGS BEHIND THE SUN, PHIL, Los Angeles, United States
    a new high in getting low II, John Connelly Presents, New York, United States
    Summer Group Exhibition, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, United States
    Friends and Family, Anton Kern Gallery, New York, United States
    Kiki: The Proof Is In The Pudding, Ratio 3, San Francisco, United States
    The Guys We Would Fuck, Monya Rowe Gallery, New York, United States
    History Keeps Me Awake At Night: A Genealogy of Wojnarowicz, PPOW Gallery, New York, United States
    Artist As Publisher, The Center For Book Arts, New York, United States
    ambivalent figuration; people, Samson Projects, Boston, United States

  • 2007

    Joey Bradley, Ann Craven, Dna Frankfort, Keith Mayerson, Zach Feuer Gallery, New York, United States
    Genesis, I’m sorry, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York, United States

  • 2006

    Inaugural Group Exhibition, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY, United States
    Likeness (Portraits from All Angles), Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington (MA), United States
    Summer Group Exhibition, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, United States
    How I finally accepted Fate, EFA Gallery, New York, United States
    This Name Of The Show IS Not GAY ART NOW, Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, United States
    Salon, Greene Naftali Gallery, New York, United States

  • 2005

    On Paper: Drawings from the 1960’s to the Present, Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, United States
    The Most Splendid Apocalypse, PPOW Gallery, New York, United States
    This Hard Gem-Like Flame, Angstrom Gallery, New York, United States

  • 2004

    The Sublime is (Still) Now, Elizabeth Dee Gallery, New York, United States
    Under The Sun, Greener Pastures Contemporary Art, Canada
    Rimbaud, I-20, New York, United States
    Let The Bullshit Run A Marathon, Nicole Klagsbrun, New York, United States

  • 2003

    You, Royal Modern, New York, United States
    K48, Deitch Projects Williamsburg, New York, United States
    Now Playing, D’Amelio Terras Gallery, New York, United States
    Drawings, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, United States
    A New New York Scene – K48 Teenage Rebel; The Bedroom Show, Gallerie du Jour at Agnes B, Paris, France
    Magazine (K48: Do Not Provoke Us), Marres, Maastricht, Netherlands
    Hothouse, Contemporary Floras, Gallery of Arts and Science, New York, United States

  • 2002

    Landscape, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, United States
    25th Anniversary Selections Exhibition, The Drawing Center, New York, United States

  • 2001

    Group Exhibition, American Fine Art at PHAG, New York, United States
    Refiguring Painting, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, United States

  • 2000

    Fore and Aft, Acme, Los Angeles, United States
    Recent Acquisitions, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, United States

  • 1999

    Young New York Painters, Baldwin Gallery, Aspen, United States
    The Stroke, Exit Art, New York, United States

  • 1998

    Inaugural Show, The Fifth International, New York, United States
    Bathroom, Thomas Healy Gallery, New York, United States
    he swam down, away, Audiello Fine Art Inc., New York, United States
    Painting: Now and Forever, Matthew Marks Gallery, New York, United States
    Codex USA: Works on Paper by American Artists, Entwistle Gallery, London, United Kingdom
    More, XL Gallery, New York, United States
    View 3, Mary Boone Gallery, New York, nited States
    Francis Alys, Keith Mayerson, Franklin Preston, Hiroshi Sugito, Audiello Fine Art Inc., New York, United States

  • 1997

    Paintings and Sculpture, Luhring Augustine, New York, United States
    Three Painters, Musee d’art contemporain de Bordeaux, Bordeaux, France

  • 1996

    Young, Dumb, and Fun, University of Las Vegas, Las Vegas, United States
    The Name of the Place, Casey Kaplan Gallery, New York, United States
    The Incredible Power of Cheap Sentiment, White Columns, New York, United States
    Annual Summer Watercolor Exhibition, PPOW Gallery, New York, United States

  • 1995

    Stretch Out & Wait, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles, United States
    Degenerative Art Show, The Lab, San Francisco, United States
    The Moderns, Feature Gallery, New York, United States
    Faggots, Rojes Foundation, University of Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • 1994

    Playfield, Rio Hondo College, Whittier (CA), United States
    Stonewall 25, White Columns, New York, United States
    Dave’s Not Here Show, Three Day Weekend, Los Angeles, United States
    Red Rover, Three Day Weekend, Los Angeles, United States
    Tiny Shoes, New Langton Arts, San Francisco, United States
    Selection Spring ’94, The Drawing Center, New York, United States

  • 1993

    Steve Cirque, Keith Mayerson, Tyler Stallings, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles, United States
    Sick Joke, Kiki Gallery, San Francisco, United States

Bibliography (selected)

  • 2017

    Phipps, Laura, “Pacific Coast Issue”, New American Paintings, January (link)

  • 2015

    Howard, Katie, “Keith Mayerson in My American Dream @ Marlborough Chelsea”, Art Blog Dog Blog, December 19 (link)
    Indrisek, Scott, “7 Must-See Gallery Shows in New York”, Blouin Artinfo, December 16 (link)
    Wolin, Joseph R., “Critic’s pick – Keith Mayerson: My American Dream”, Time Out New York, December 5 (link)
    Pollack, Maika, “Keith Mayerson”, Interview, November 10 (link)
    Lehrer, Adam, “Artist Keith Mayerson’s Meta-Narrative of Appropriated Americana Explored in “My American Dream” at Marlborough Chelsea in New York”, Autre, November 5 (link)
    Brown, Jeffrey, “Whitney Museum opens more space for risk-taking artists”, PBS News Hour, April 30 (link)
    Johnson, Paddy, “At the Whitney: Industry, Advertising, and Death Makes America Hard to See”, Art F City, April 27 (link)
    Russeth, Andrew, “The Whitney Opens With a Winner”, ARTnews, April 23 (link)
    Indrisek, Scott, “The Whitney, Chapter by Chapter: How to See 100-Plus Years of Art in One Day”, Blouin Artinfo, April 23 (link)
    Mogilevskaya, Regina, “Prewiew: America is Hard to See at the Whitney”, Blouin Artinfo, April 23 (link)
    Bilsborough, Michael, “Course of Empire”, SVA Continuing Education Blog, April 23 (link)
    Shaw, Dash, “Go Burn Brightly”, American Book Review, Volume 36, Number 2, January/February 2015, p. 4
    Shelton, David, “David Shelton Reports from the Dallas Arts Fair”, PaperCity, April 17 (link)
    Lin, Allie, “Iconoscapes at Freddy, Flowers at Franklin Street”, Post Office Arts Journal, January 25 (link)

  • 2014

    Russeth, Andrew, “20 Things to Do in New York’s Art World Before July 14”, New York Observer’s Gallerist, July 7 (link)
    Mayerson, Keith, “Dreamtime”, Artforum.com, July 7
    Installation image, Artforum Reviews opening section, Artforum, May, pp. 308-309
    Molesworth, Helen. “Whitney Biennial: Whitney Museum of Art”, Artforum, May, pp 310-311
    Pollack, Barbara, “2014 Whitney Biennal, Whitney Museum”, ARTnews, May, pp. 90-91
    Clinton, Paul/Lord, Catherine, “Queer Time and Place”, FRIEZE no. 163, May, p. 187
    Viveros-Fauné, Christian. “Why This Year’s Whitney Biennial Should Be Seen Through a (Slightly) Rose-Colored Lens: Proceed with Optimism,” The Village Voice, March 19
    Saltz, Jerry. “Sapphires in the Mud: There’s a smart show buried in this big bland Whitney Biennial,” New York Magazine, March 10, pp. 131.
    Boatright, Kristen. “Guest Curators Talk 2014 Whintey Biennial,” Artinfo, March 10
    Powers, Bill. “The 2014 Whitney Biennial at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York,” purpleDIARY, March 10
    McGarry, Kevin. “Art Matters: The Whitney Biennial’s Last Upper East Side Hurrah,” The New York Times, T Magazine Online, March 7
    DeFore, John. “2014 Whitney Biennial: Five Hot Artists to Watch,” The Hollywood Reporter, March 7
    Matorin, David. “Spring/Break Art Show Brings a Focus on the Personal,” Art F CIty, March 7
    “Your Guide to the Artists of the 2014 Whitney Biennial,” The Huffington Post,March 6
    Russeth, Andrew. “The 2014 Whitney Biennial Disappoints, with Misfires, Omissions, Only Glimmers of Greatness,” Gallerist, March 6
    Halle, Howard, “Review: 2014 Whitney Biennial,” TImeOut New York, Thursday, March 6
    Vartanian, Hrag. “2014 Whitney Biennial: Stuart Comer on the Third Floor,”Hyperallergic, March 5.
    Zevitas, Steven. “Must See Painting Shows: March 2014,” The Huffington Post, March 4
    Indrisek, Scott. “103 Reasons to Visit the 2014 Whitney Biennial,”BlackBook, March 5
    Vogel, Carol. “State of Our Art, According the Whitney: A Guide to the 2014 Whitney Museum Beinnial,” The New York Times, February 28, pp. C21.

  • 2013

    Russeth, Andrew. “The Year in, and Beyond, the Galleries,” Gallerist, December 19
    Zevitas, Steven, “14 Painters (+2) to Watch in 2014”, Huffington Post (online), December 20
    Smith, Roberta, “Last Chance: Keith Mayerson, My American Dream,” New York Times, Friday, May 24, pg. C18
    Hamer, Katy, “My American Dream,” Keith Mayerson @ Derek Eller, NY, Eyes Towards the Dove (online), Monday, May 20
    Bilsborough, Michael, “Northern Lights,” (My American Dream exhibition review), SVA Continuing Education Blog, May 8
    McGarry, Kevin, “Sketch Troup,” V Magazine, vol. 83, Summer, 2013, pg. 38
    Chang, Stella, “My American Dream Exhibition,” Rambling Masterpiece (online), May.
    Penn, Asher, “Keith Mayerson” (Interview), SEX Magazine #2
    Kazakina, Katya, “Martha Graham Sets, Older Artists in Westbeth Flooding,” Bloomberg.com, Nov. 3

  • 2012

    Russeth, Andrew, “Chelsea Galleries Begin Recovery Work,” Gallerist, NY Observer.com Nov. 1
    ”We Went to NADA,” Art Fag City, May 8
    Belasco, Daniel, “Suturing In: Anne Frank as Conceptual Model for Visual Art,” Anne Frank Unbound: Media/Imagination/Memory, Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Jeffrey Shandler, eds. Indiana University Press
    ”Slideshow, Art from NADA 2012,” Blouin Artinfo, May 8
    Herman, Sasha, “NADA New York 2012 Preview,” NY Observer.com, April 30
    Miller, Michael H., Rozalia Jovanowitz, Andrew Rosseth “Gallerist’s Frieze Week in Pictures,” NY Observer.com, May 7
    D’Agostino, Paul, “Big Art Fairs Swarm NYC This Weekend,” The L Magazine
    “Something for NADA,” Art + Auction, May
    “Interview with Dan McCarthy” (commissioned catalog interview), “Dan McCarthy,” Suzanne Tarasieve Gallery, Paris

  • 2011

    Price, Ada. “Pioneering Garphic Novel, ‘Horror Hospital Unplugged,’ Back in Print,” Publishers Weekly.com, October
    Wollen, Joseph, “Joni Mitchell,” TimeOutNY, January 28

  • 2010

    Smith, Roberta, “Keith Mayerson: My Modern Life,” The New York Times,
    November 12
    Russeth, Andrew, “Keith Mayerson: My Modern Life,” Artinfo.com/Modern Painters, November 4
    “The View Master,” The New York Observor.com, October 26
    Finch, Charlie, “Eleventh Avenue Ramble, ” Artnet.com Magazine, October 25 Saltz, Jerry, “Ask an Art Critic,” Artnet.com and NY Magazine, “Vulture”, October 18
    Wollen, Joe. “Neo-Integrity: Comics Edition,” Time Out New York, August 10
    Le Hay, Benjamin-Emile, “Artists Nate Lowman and Keith Mayerson Take a Long, Hard Look at Humanity,” Black Book Art Review, August 17
    Phillips, Brad, “Keith Mayerson,” (interview), Hunter and Cook 06, Summer
    Saltz, Jerry, “Remembrances of Louise Bourgois’s Salons,” New York Magazine.com, June 3
    “Neo-Integrity at MoCCA,” Publisher’s Weekly The Beat, March 31
    Sokol, Brett, “36 Hours in Cleveland,” The New York Times, September 20
    “Bang for your Buck,” Art + Auction, July-August

  • 2009

    Heller, Fran, “Art Museum’s New East Wing is a Celebration of Firsts,” Cleveland Jewish News, Friday, July 3
    Litt, Steven, “Cleveland Museum of Art Displays New Acquisitions in East Wing,” The Plain Dealer, Cleveland,
    Time Out Amsterdam (image and listing), June
    Cotter, Holland. “Peanut Gallery,” The New York Times, Art Review, Jan 29 2008

  • 2008

    “Keith Mayerson,” The New Yorker, Galleries – Chelsea, November 10
    “History Keeps Me Awake At Night,” The New Yorker, Galleries – Chelsea, August 4
    Cotter, Holland. “History Keeps Me Awake At Night,” The New York Times, July 25
    Vogel, Traci. “Time in a Bottle,” San Francisco Weekly, July 9-15, Vol. 27, No. 24
    Greenfield, Beth. “Body of Influence.” Time Out New York, Issue 667, Jul 10-16 Rosenberg, Karen. “A New High in Getting Low,” The New York Times, Mar 7

  • 2007

    “Joe Bradley / Ann Craven / Dana Frankfort / Keith Mayerson,” The New Yorker, Galleries – Chelsea, August 20
    Cotter, Holland. “When the Curator Is Also an Artist, Go Ahead, Expect
    Surprises,” The New York Times, August 9

  • 2006

    White, Roger, “Keith Mayerson Kings and Queens,” The Brooklyn Rail, Dec
    05/Jan 07, Artseen p. 44
    Gelber, Eric. “James Reilly and Keith Mayerson,” artcritical.com, December Wolin, Joseph R., “Keith Mayerson,” Time Out New York, Nov 23-29, p. 99
    Gelber, Eric. “Of Groups – and Individuals,” The New York Sun, Nov 16

  • 2005

    Knight, Christopher. “Fresh, original voices in L.A.: A deceptive look at a mythic figures,” Los Angeles Times, October 28
    Ammirati, Dominic. “Keith Mayerson,” Artforum, February. p. 175

  • 2004

    Smith, Roberta. “Keith Mayerson,” The New York Times, December 24
    Speers Mears, Emily. “Keith Mayerson,” Artforum.com, December 13
    Smith, Roberta. “Rimbaud,” The New York Times, July 30, p. E35
    Levin, Kim. “Rimbuad,” The Village Voice, July 28
    Johnson, Ken. “The Sublime is (Still) Now,” The New York Times, June 11
    Walker, Kelley. “Top Ten,” Artforum, April
    Cohen, Michael. “Keith Mayerson,” artUS, April – May

  • 2003

    Cotter, Holland. “Keith Mayerson,” The New York Times, December 12
    Mmirati, Domenick. “Critic’s Pick: You,” Arforum.com, October

  • 2002

    Kannenberg Jr., Gene. “Read All (or Some) About It,” X-Tra, Vol. 3,
    No. 3, Spring
    The Comics Journal, Issue No.242, April, p. 68-69
    “Landscape,” Time Out New York, Reviews, February 21, Issue No. 334

  • 1998

    Herbert, Martin. “Codex USA,” (Review), Time Out, London, page 51
    Rimanelli, David. “Painting Now and Forever,” Listings, The New Yorker, June- July
    Duncan, Michael. “Keith Mayerson at Jay Gorney,” Art in America, Reviews, June, p. 107
    Johnson, Ken. “View Three,” The New York Times, Reviews, May 1, p. E43
    Drenner, Craig. “View Three,“ NY Arts Magazine, May, p. 29
    Mayerson, Keith. “Guest Room With a View,” Paper, May, p. 49 (illus.)
    James, Merlin. “New York: Recent Painting,” Burlington Magazine, London, February, p. 65-67
    Still, Torri. “Filling the Canvas,” Brown Alumni Monthly, January/February, p. 38- 43

  • 1997

    Schwendener, Martha. “Keith Mayerson,” Time Out New York, Nov. 20-27, p. 47 Mayerson, Keith. “Self Portrait,” The New Yorker, Nov. 10, p. 28 (illus.)
    Arning, Bill. “Keith Mayerson,” Bomb, November
    ”Keith Mayerson,” (Interview), Dangerous Drawings, Juno Books, New York Featured Artist, Honcho, November, p.66-67
    Carter, Holland. ““The Name of the Place,” The New York Times, Reviews, Febrary 24
    Tom, Karen. “Horror Hospital Unplugged,” Cover, Volume 11, Number 5, p. 59 Hainley, Bruce. “Horror Hospital Unplugged,” Index, May, pg. 79
    Marston, Jayson. ““Horror Hospital Unplugged,” Drummer, August, vol. 208, p. 49-50
    “Horror Hospital Unplugged,” Library Journal, April 1
    “Horror Hospital Unplugged,” Attitude, London, March, p. 22
    “Cult Fiction,” Gay Times, London, February, p. 69
    “Horror Hospital Unplugged,” Bay Area Gaurdian, Literature Section, February
    Knight, Christopher. ”Review,” Los Angeles Times, April 10, Section F, p. 6
    Pagel, David. “Keith Mayerson,” Art Issues, September/October, p. 40

  • 1996

    Cooper, Dennis, and Keith Mayerson. Horror Hospital Unplugged, Juno Books, NY
    “PW’s Best Books,” Publisher’s Weekly, November 4, P. 57
    “Horror Hospital Unplugged,” Publisher’s Weekly, September 23, p. 71
    Rimanelli, David. ‘The Young and the Feckless: Keith Mayerson’s comic rock
    novel,” OUT, October, p. 66
    “A Brilliant Chick Parody,” OUT, August
    Greene, David A. “Review,” ART & TEXT, January, p. 71
    FRAMEWORK, Volume 7, issue 3, p. 23-26 (illus.)

  • 1995

    Red Hot + Bothered: The Indie Rock Guide to Dating, Volumes 1 (pp. 11, 21) & Volume 2 (Back Cover) (illustrations), magazine produced by the Red Hot Organization, included with album compilations
    Michel, Deborah. “The Himbos are Coming! The Himbos are Coming!” BUZZ, April, p. 59

  • 1994

    Relyea, Lane. “Openings: Keith Mayerson,” Artforum, April 1994, p. 92 Helfland, Glen. “Sympathy For the Devil,” San Francisco Weekly, April 6, 1994, Vol. XII, no. 6, p. 19.
    Duncan, Michael. “LA Rising,” Art in America, December, p. 72
    Myers, Terry R. “On View: Los Angeles,” New Art Examiner, December, p. 36
    Pagel, David. “Art Review: Convention Unites with Gay Fantasy,” Los Angeles Times, October 6, p. F4
    Mayerson, Keith. “Family Value Cartoons,” Faultline, May, p. 39-43
    Saltz, Jerry, “L.A. Rising,” Art & Auction, April, page 88
    Atkins, Robert. “Queer For You,” Village Voice, June 28
    Bonnetti, David. “Gallery Watch: Give ‘em that ‘ol tired religion,” San Francisco Examiner, April 15, p. D10
    Cotter, Holland. “The Joys of Childhood Reexamined,” The New York Times, March 25, p. C30
    Bonnetti, David. “A Queer Way To Look At Pinocchio,” San Francisco Examiner, Friday, November, p. E10
    Helfland, Glen. “Art,” San Francisco Weekly, November 17, p. 15#

  • 1993

    Provenzano, Jim. “Pinocchio Queerified,” Bay Area Reporter, vol. XXIII, November 18, section II

  • 1992

    Snook, Raven. “Cameo’s: K. Mayerson’s “A Child Is Being Beaten,” The Village Voice, August 7, p. 100