Curriculum Vitae

Sarah Seager

2005 Bleischrift, Kunstlerhaus Palais Thurn und Taxis, Bregenz
2002 188 loose elements, things like…. Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions
1999 The World Of Sculpture, (theater of invisibles), Michael Janssen Galerie, Koln, Germany
1998 Proposal for installation with sarong pants, Claremont Graduate University (catalogue)
1995 Proposals, Tanya Grunert Gallery, Koln, Germany
1994 Proposals, 1301 P.E.
1993 Excuse my dust, 1301 P.E. (artist’s book)
1992 New California Artists XX: , Newport Harbor Art Museum (catalogue)
1991 Luhring Augustine, New York, N.Y.
1991 Burnett Miller Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1998 Dennis Anderson Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2011 WORD: Poetry Based work in Permanent Collection, MOCA, Miami
2011 On The Line, Curated by Cody Trepde, LACE, Los Angeles
2010 Index: Conceptualism in California from the permanent collection, MOCA, Los Angeles
2008 560 Broadway, A New York Drawing Collection at Work, 1991-2006
2005 Juame Plensa, Kurt Matt, Joseph Bauer, Sarah Seager, Kunsthalle Bregenz, Austria
2003 The World’s Greatest Album that never was, Track 16, Santa Monica
2002 Artists’ Books, Linkoping Library, Malmo, Sweden (permanent installation)
2002 Song Poems, Cohan Leslie and Browne, NY, NY
2001 White Album, Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
2000 Extra Art: A Survey of Artists’ Ephemera, 1960-1999, California College of Arts and Crasts, San Francisco, Ca
2000 Real Places? Kunstverein Munster, Munster, Germany
2000 Bruce Lee; The King of Kung-fu, Chen Mi Ji Cultural Productions, Hong Kong, China
1999-1996 Its Only Rock ‘n Roll, The Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix AZ (catalogue) traveling
1999-1997 Blurring the Boundaries, San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art, CA traveling
1999 Bring Your Own Walkman, W139 Voorzaal Amsterdam
1998 World Speak Dumb, Karin Lovegrove Gallery, Victoria, Australia (catalogue)
1997 Bliss, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (catalogue)
1997 Gallery Artists, Klemens Gasser & Tanja Grunert GmBH
1996 Just Past, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
1996Tangles, Otis Art Institute, Los Angeles
Neigerreimschneider, Berlin, Germany
Group Show, Jeffrey Deitch, New York, NY
Made in L.A. The Prints of Cirrus Editions, Los Angeles County Museum of Art
1995 Temporary Translation(s), Sammlung Schurmann, Deichtorhallen Hamburg, Germany
1995 Smells Like Vinyl, Roger Merians Gallery, NY, NY, Curated by and Thad Strode
1995 Galerie Marc Jancou, Basil, Switzerland
1995 Oblique, Roger Merians Gallery, NY, NY
1995 Pure Beauty, MOCA, Los Angeles, CA
1994 Pure Beauty, The American Center, Paris, France
1994 [cut] – Los Angeles- ‘90ernes Kunstscene, Galerie F15 Alby, Moss, Norway
1994 Bullock, Cranston, Seager, Strode, Art & Public, Geneve, Switzerland
1994 [cut]- Los Angeles- ‘90ernes Kunstscene, Kunstforeningen, Copenhagen, Denmark
1994 Gary Graves, and Richard Wentworth, Patrick Callery, NY, NY
1993 Whiteness and Wounds, The Power Plant, Toronto, Canada
1993 Nonspectacle and the Limitations of Popular Opinion, Hirsch Farm Project, WI (catalogue)
1993 restaurant, Marc Jancou, Paris, France (catalogue)
1993 Loose Slots, curated by Richard Kuhlenschmidt, Temporary Contemporary, Las Vegas, NV
1993 Jorge Pardo, Sarah Seager, Rirkrit Tiravanaija, Lincoln Tobier, 1301, Santa Monica, CA
1993 Paper Trails, The Eidetic Image, Contemporary American Works on Paper, Krannert Art Museum, University of
Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Il
1992 Drawings, Bliss, Pasadena, CA
1992 Drawings, Richard Kuhlenschmidt Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
1992 Tattoo Collection, Galerie Air de Paris, Nice, France
1992 Selections from the Permanent Collection, MOCA, Los Angeles, CA
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1992 Facing the Finish, Art Center College of Design Art Gallery, Pasadena, CA
1992 240 Minutes, Galerie Esther Schipper, Koln, Germany
1992 Paul McCarthy, Liz Larner, Sarah Seager, Thaddeus Strode, Chris Wilder, Mag Cranston, Tom Henry III, Galerie
Max Hetzler, Koln, Germany
1991 Language: Conceptual Forms, S. Bitter-Larkin, NY, NY
1991 Selections from the Permanent Collection, MOCA, Los Angeles, CA
1991 Enclosure, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1991 Sculpture, Burnett Miller, Los Angeles, CA
1991 Facing The Finish, Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
1991 Angela Bulloch, , Craig Wood, Interim Art, London, England
1991 Wealth Of Nations, Curated by Cornelia Lauf, Warsaw, Poland
1991 The Body, The Renaissance Society at The University of Chicago, Ill
1991 Kate Ericson and Mel Zeigler, Tony Tasset, Sarah Seager, Anselmo Avarez, Madrid, Spain
1990 Meg Cranston, Sarah Seager and Thaddeus Strode, Galerie Schurr, Stuttgart, Germany
1990 Gavin Brown, Moyra Davey, Jorge Pardo, , Massimo Audiello, NY, NY
1990 Laib, Ruchrein, Seager, Spitzer, Umberg, Galerie Lelong, NY, NY
1990 Contingent Realms: Four Contemporary Sculptors, Whitney Museum of American Art, NY NY
1990 5th Anniversary Exhibition, Burnett Miller Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1990 Tom Henry 11, Liz Larner, Jorge Pardo, , Thaddeus Strode, Linda Rousch,
Luhnring Augustine, Santa Monica, CA
1989 Loaded, Richard Kuhlenschmidt Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
1989 Carl Bronson, Mike Gonzales, Tom Henry 111, , Chris Wilder, Asher/Faure Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Anderson, Michael, “Sarah Seager at Dennis Anderson”. Art in America, 77, N. 12. (December 1989): 183
ART-LAND international, Interview: “Brian Butler’s, Brain Multiples”, Vol 2 N2, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1995
Avgikos, Jan, Art Forum, summer 1995.
Benson, Michael, “Contingent Realms: Four Contemporary Sculptors”. New York Times (10 October 1990)
“Chicago Renaissance Society Shows Recent Body Art”. The Journal of Art 4, no. 3 (March 1991): 17
Avgikos, Jan; Aupetitallot, Yves; Meyers, Terry; Perris, Frank. Restaurant, Galerie Marc Jancouu, publisher, 1993, pp.169-
Caldwell, John and Reiley, Robert. Facing The Finish, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA 1992
Cuvelier, Pascaline “Texte”, Beaux Arts Magazine N. 126, Sept. 1994.
Davis, Bruce, Made in L.A. The Prints of Cirrus Editions, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA 1996
Drawings, Bliss, Pasadena, CA 1992
Drost, Ralf, “Sarah Seager” Flash Art, summer 1999, PP. 134
Suvan Geer, “Michael Brewster and Sarah Seager” Art Scene Feb. 2002, Vol. 21, N. 6.
Heyler, Joanne. {cut}- LOS ANGELS-90’ernes kunstscene, kunstforeningen, Copenhagen, 1994
Knode, Marilu. “Sarah Seager; Sotto Voce”, , Newport Harbor Art Museum, New California Artist Series, Newport, CA
Knode, Marilu, “The Right Reading of ”, Print Collectors Newsletter, 1993, Jan.-Feb. pp.207-209.
Low Hotel, Art & Public, Geneve and 1301, Santa Monica, CA (book by Bulloch, Cranston, Seager, Strode), 1994
Mueller, Britt. “Space discussions” Blitz Review, N. 506, 1999
Rhoads, Richard, Whiteness and Wounds, The Power Plant, Toronto CN, 1993.
Rubin, Davis S. Its Only Rock and Roll, Rock and Roll Currents in Contemporary Art, Prestel Munich, NY.
Scanlan, Joseph, (editor). The Body, The Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago, Chicago Ill, 1991.
Weinberg, Adam. Contingent Realms: Four Contemporary Sculptors, Whitney Museum of American Art at the Equitable
Center, NY, NY 1990
Zdenek, Felix, temporary translation(s) Sammlung Schurmann. Deichtorhallen, Hamburg; Wilhelm Schurmann; die
Kunstlerinnen und Kunstler; Ars Nicoilai GmbH.
Z, International Art N. 1, 1995. Edited by John Nixon. Sydney Australia.
Bliss, Julie Joyce, L.A.C.E., 1996, Los Angeles, CA.
Art Fan, Jeff Lowe, 1997, Victoria, Australia
Blurring the Boundaries, San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art, 1997
World Speak Dumb, Karyn Lovegrove Gallery, Victoria, Australia, 1997
Graduate University, Claremont, CA 1998. Text by Mayo Thompson
Curtis, Cathy, “The Galleries”, The Los Angeles Times, (12 August 1989); VI 9,
Curtis, Cathy, “Pasadena Artist Seager Reveals Cover-Up”. The Los Angeles Times,
Thursday March 12, 1992
Frank, Peter. “To be young, Gifted and Los Angeleno”. Visions Art Quarterly Summer 1989) 24-28
Heyler, Joanne. “Sarah Seager”, Flash Art, Vol. XXVI: N. 172, October 1993, pp.76-77.
Hirsch, Jeffrey. “Work in Progress: A Portfolio of Emerging L.A. Artists” L.A. Style 6, N. 1 (June 19990): 186-189
Karnel, Pepe. “Art in Review, Oblique”, The New York Times, (February 17, 1995): C30
Knight, Christopher. “Group Shows Bloom in August.” Los Angeles Herald Examiner (11 August 1989): E40.
“LA Lately.” Elle 5 N. 4 (December 19890 190-192.
“Group Shows.” The New Yorker 66, n. 22 (16 July 1990).
Knode, Marilou. “Prints and Photographs Published: Sarah Seager, Untitled. [495c-95css92] and Untitled (Catalogue with
exaggerated gutters), 1992 Print Collector’s Newsletter, 23 N.2, 63.
MacAdam, Alfred. “Sarah Seager”, Arts Magazine 66, N.4 (December 1991): 64.
Pagel, David. Group Shows, The Los Angeles Times, 1993.
Pagel, David. Reviews, The Los Angeles Times, December 1995.
Rimanelli, David. “Sarah Seager at Luhring Augustine”. Artforum 30, N.4 (December 1991): 103-104.
Register, Kathy, “Art Center asks ‘what next’” The Pasadena Star News, Friday May 8, 1992, A-7.
Schaffner, Ingrid. “Deep Storage.” Frieze, issue 23, summer, pp. 58-61.
Scarborough, James, translated by Pierre Camus, “ L.A. Contemporary Exhibitions 16 feb. -20 April 2002”. Artpress, N.
279, (May 2002), pp.73-74.
Stevens, Richard. “Aspects of Our Corporeal Selves”. Artweek, 20, N. 25 (august 1989): 3.
Wilson, William. Claremont Colleges Offer Rooms With Views of L.A.” The Los Angeles Tim3es, September 1998.

Bleischrift, Kunstlerhaus Palais Thurn und Taxis, Bregenz, Essay by Ingo Springenschmid, 2005
560 Broadway A New York Drawing Collection at Work, 1991-2006, Edited by Amy Eshoo, 2008, Fith Floor Publishing inassociation with Yale University PressNew Haven, London
Extra Art: A Survey of Artists’ Ephemera, 1960-1999, California College of Arts and Crasts, Sanfrancisco, Ca 2001, Editor: Pilar Perez, Smart Art Press
Blurring the Boundaries, Installation Art 1969-1996, Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, Essays by Hugh Davies and Ronald Onorato, ISBN 0-934418-44-6, 1997 Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego
It’s Only Rock and Roll, Currents on Contemporary Art, Prestel, Edited David S. Rubin, 1995, in conjunction with exhibition Its Only Rock and Roll
The Wealth of Nations, Centrum Sztuki Wspolczesnef Zamek Ujazdowski, Warsaw Poland, Edited by Cornelia Lauf, andMilada Slizinska, Published by Imschoot, uitgevers, Gehnt Belgium, 1993, ISBN 90-72191-71-4
Dirty DATA, Sammlung Schurmann, 1992, Ludwig Forum fur Internnationale Kunst, Introduction Ann Golstien
Artfan, Contemporary Art Review Magazine to Read, Rock On, A Constructed World Project, St. Kidda, Austrailia
Z, International Art, No 1995, Sydney, Edited by John Nixon
Whteness and Wounds, The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, at Harbourfront Centre, Richard Rhodes, 1993
Sarah Seager, 1998, Claremont University Gallery, Claremont, CA, Mayo Thompson essay.
Spazio Umano, International MagazineBook of Art and Liturature, Enrico Comi, 1989

Lauf, Cornelia (editor) Sarah Seager: Excuse my Dust, Imschoot Uitgevers, Ghent 1994
Salon magazine, Mothers Who Think, “In The Tub With Leadbelly”, 2000
Nonspectacle; The Limits of Popular Opinion, Hirsch Farm Project, 1993. pp. 25-35.

L.A.F.M.S., Emergency Light bulb cassette, No. __. Monique, Pasadena, CA1976
The Lowest Form of Music, RR Records, compact disc. The Monique Experience, Monique et Aviv, Pasadena, CA 1996
Oostende, Los Angeles, CA compact disc 1996
The Very Best of the Perfect Me, Jamey Bair, Jim Shaw, Marnie Weber, , Thaddeus Strode, Highland Park CA 2001


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