KARYN OLIVIER

Don’t Talk to Strangers, 2014

Edited by Sandino Scheidegger

Eye-around-matter

Eye Around Matter, 2014

Catalogue by Marso

Stocked, Ulrich Museum of Art, 2013

Essay by Emily Stamey

The Art Life—On Creativity and Career, 2012

Edited by Stuart Horodner

Magical Visions, University of Delaware Museum, 2012

Catalogue by Keith Morrison

In-Nature-at-Wanas

Imagine Art: in Nature at Wanas, 2012

Essay by Marika Wachtmeister

Next, Contemporary Wing, 2012

Essay by Kalia Brooks

Who Runs the Space Now?, Mexico City, 2011

Essay by Christopher Cozier

Rockstone and Bootheel: Contemporary West Indian Art, 2010

Edited by Kristina Newman Scott and Yona Backer

Gwangju Biennale

Carnival Within: An Exhibition Made in America Uferhallen, Berlin, 2009

Essay by Sabine Russ and Gregory Volk

Core: Artists and Critics in Residence, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, 2008

Essay by Alison de Lima Greene

The 7th Gwangju Biennale: Annual Report Gwangju Biennale, 2008

Essay by Claire Tancons

Black Light White Noise Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, 2007

Essay by Valerie Cassel

Laumeier

A Closer Look, Laumeier Sculpture Park, 2007

Essay by Shannon Fitzgerald

TabooIconRevised

From Taboo to Icon: Africanist Turnabout, Crane Arts, 2007

Essay by Sophie Sanders

Air Catalog 001

Quid Pro Quo Studio Museum in Harlem, 2006

Essay by Gregory Volk

wanas

Insight Out The Wanas Foundation, 2006

Essay by Brian Sholis

Frequency

Frequency Studio Museum in Harlem, 2005

Essay by Shamim Momin

Greater NY

Greater New York PS1 Contemporary Art Center, 2005

Essay by Michelle Yun

Women and Their Work

Winter Hung to Dry Women & their Work Gallery, 2005

Essay by Mary Leclere

glasselcore2003

Core 2003 Exhibition Glasell School of Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 2003

Essay by Mary Leclere

Core 2002 Exhibition Glasell School of Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 2002

Interview by Lane Relyea

Reviews/Profiles


2015

Ken Johnson, The New York Times, “Please Touch the Art and ‘Drifting in Daylight,’ Outdoor Art at the Parks,” May 21, 2015

Manon Verchot, Glacier Hub, “Artist Reawakens Glacial Past In Central Park,” June 4, 2015

Allison Meier, Hyperallergic, “Experience Sunset-Colored Ice Cream Cones and Other Art Interludes in Central Park,” on May 14, 2015

Joel Kuennen, ArtSlant,“Dreaming in Daylight: Creative Time in Central Park,” May 15, 2015

CBC Radio (Toronto’s NPR Station) “Metro Morning with Matt Galloway” Interview, February 24, 2015

2014

Carey, Brainard “Interview with Karyn Olivier”, Yale Radio (WYBC), January 23, 2014

2012

K., Donna, “Interview with Karyn Olivier: Social Sculptor”, Gravity was everywhere back then, July 5,2012

Ramanathan, Lavanya, “Exhibit aims to show future stars”, The Washington Post, February 3, 2012

2011

Demuth, Gary, “Artist likes to make ordinary ‘extraordinary’,” Salina Journal, May 6, 2011

2010

Von Arbin Ahlander, Astri “Interview with Karyn Olivier,” Days of Yore, September 2010

Laughlin, Nicholas, “Hungry for Words,” Caribbean Review of Books, July 2010

2009

Tancons, Claire, “Carnival and the Artistic Contract,” Nka Journal of Contemporary African Art, Winter 2009

“The Front Row,” Interview on KUHF, November 16, 2009

Interview on Fox 26 News, November 16, 2009

Britt, Douglas, “Outdoor exhibit might add a little surrealism to commute,” Houston Chronicle, October 25, 2009

Galvez, Melissa, “Now You See It…Now You Don’t: Billboards,” KUHF News, November 16, 2009

Gilbert, Dusty, “Beyond the Billboards,” Absolutely in the Loop Magazine, October 2009

University of Houston Art Blog, October, 2009

Yablonsky, Linda, “59 South (Texas) Billboard”

McClintock, Diana, “”Karyn Olivier + Amanda Ross-Ho + Lisa Sigal,” Art Papers, May/June, 2009, p.49-50

Slaski, Jacek, “Made in the USA,” Tip Berlin, March 18, 2009, p.58

2008

Quote sheet for Gwangju Biennale, 2008

Daneri, Anna, “The Carnival of Art”, Mousse, Issue #16, pps. 80-83

2007

Bonetti, David, “Artist makes adult creations from childhood icons,” St. Louis Post Dispatch, March 11, 2007

Schulze, Troy, “Black Light/White Noise: Sound and Light in Contemporary Art,”June 20, 2007

2006

Johnson, Ken, “Trace,” The New York Times, August 18, 2006, p. E28

Wolin, Joseph, “Trace,” Time Out New York, September 7-13,2006, p.147

Johannesson, Sune, “Varagod och sitt,” Krisitanstadsbladet,2006, p.39

Kazemzadeh, Max, “Karyn Olivier: Time to go home,” Art Lies, Spring 2006

Baker, R.C., “The Gang’s all Here,” The Village voice, September 14

 

2005

Saltz, Jerry, “Lesser New York,” The Village Voice, March 22

Rockett, Benne, “Karyn Olivier: Winter Hung to Dry,” Austin Chronicle,  July 22, 2005

Heiges, Nathan, “Karyn Olivier in NYC,” January 2005

2003

Moloney, Tim, “The Accidental Artist,” 002 Magazine, February 2003, p.14.

Klaasmeyer, Kelly, “Party on the Patio,” Houston Press, April 10, 2003 p.50

Poulson, Alex, “Oil be damned: Houston Art”, Dazed and Confused, December, 2003, p.180

Artist Talks

Artist Talk at Diverseworks,October 26, 2009 (Part 1)

Artist Talk at Diverseworks, October 26, 2009 (Part 2)

Artist Talk at Diverseworks, October 26, 2009 (Part 3)

Conversations with Contemporary Artists series at the MoMA, NYC, September 16, 2005

Black Light White Noise Studio Museum in Harlem, 2008Essay by Gregory Volk