Selected Monographs:



Baumann, Daniel, Tim Power, and Liz Larner, Liz Larner: below above, published by Kunsthalle Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland, 2022

Kelly, Karen, Barbara Schroeder, eds., Mary Ceruti, Liz Larner, Connie Butler, Ariana Reines, and Catherine Liu, Liz Larner: Don't put it back like it was, published by Dancing Foxes Press, SculptureCenter, and Walker Art Center, New York, NY, 2022



Pakesch, Peter, Liz Larner, published by Galerie Max Hetzler, and Holzwarth Publications, Berlin, Germany, 2016

Ferguson, Russell, Jenelle Porter, and Heidi Zuckerman, Liz Larner, published by Karma, New York, NY, 2016



Budak, Adam, Russell Ferguson, Penny Florence, Luce Irigaray, Peter Pakesch, and John Rajchman, Two or Three or Something: Maria Lassnig, Liz Larner, published by Kunsthalle Graz, Graz, Austria, 2006



Ferguson, Russell, Liz Larner, published by Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, 2001



Gilbert-Rolfe, Jeremy, Giovanni Intra, Terry R. Myers, and Jan Tumlir, Liz Larner, published by MAK-Galerie, Vienna, Austria, 1998



Brooks, Rosetta, Jürg Laederach, Catherine Liu, Martin Prinzhorn and Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe, Liz Larner: 12/1997, published by Kunsthalle Basel, Basel, Switzerland, 1997


Selected Catalogues and Publications:



Demirdjian, Tiqui Atencio, For Art's Sake: Inside the Homes of Art Dealers, published by Rizzoli, New York, NY, 2020, pp. 222 – 224, 226 – 227, 229, 235 [ill.]



Pakesch, Peter, Lutz Eitel, and Wilhelm Schürmann, True Stories. A Show Related to an Era – The Eighties, published by Galerie Max Hetzler and Holzwarth Publications, Berlin, Germany, 2019



Pierson, Jack, ed., Tomorrow’s Man 4, published by Bywater Bros. Editions, Ontario, Canada, 2017



de Waal, Edmund, la mia ceramica, published by Galerie Max Hetzler, and Holzwarth Publications, Berlin, Germany, 2016

Sorkin, Jenni, Elizabeth A.T. Smith, and Anne M. Wagner, Revolution in the Making: Abstract Sculpture by Women, 1947 – 2016, published by Skira Rizzoli, Milan, Italy, 2016



Miller, Dana, and Adam D. Weinberg, Whitney Museum of Art: Handbook of the Collection, published by Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, and Yale University Press, New Haven, CT, 2015, p. 218 [ill.]

Baker, George, Ann Goldstein, Michael Maltzan, and Shaun Caley Regen, Regen Projects 25, published by Prestel, New York, NY, 2015



Berry, Ian, James Hyde, Steven Henry Madoff, Kim Rosenfeld, Barry Schwabsky, and Jessica Stockholder, The Jewel Thief, published by The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY, 2014, pp. 68, 74, 76, 79, 84 [ill.]


Brougher, Kerry, Russell Ferguson and Dario Gamboni, Damage Control: Art and Destruction Since 1950, published by the Hirshorn Museum and Sculpture Garden and DelMonico Books/Prestel, New York, NY, 2013
Strick, Jeremy, Nasher XChange: 10 Years. 10 Artists. 10 Sites., published by the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, TX, 2013 [ill.]

Holton, Johan and Friedrich Meschede, For The Time Being, published by Verlag Der Buchhandlung Walther Konig, Cologne, Germany, 2013


Blues for Smoke, published by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles and DelMonico Books–Prestel, 2012


Under Destruction, published by Distanz Verlag, Berlin, Germany, 2010, pp. 78-81 [ill.]


Heartney, Eleanor, Art & Today, published by Phaidon, London, England, 2008, pp. 91-3, ill.
Life? Biomorphic Forms in Sculpture, published by Kunsthalle Graz, Graz, Austria,  2008, pp. 116 – 119 [ill.]



Enwezor, Okwui, ed., The Unhomely: Phantom Scenes in Global Society, published by the 2nd International Biennial of Contemporary Art of Seville, Seville, Spain, 2007, pp. 170 – 171 [ill.]

The Book on Vegas, published by Greybull Press, Los Angeles, CA, 2007, p. 138- 9, ills
Fast Forward: Contemporary Collections for the Dallas Museum of Art, published by the Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas, 2007, p. 264, ill.
Multiple Vantage Points: Southern California Artists, 1980-2006, published by the Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Park, Los Angeles, CA, pp.52-52, ill.


Richer, Francesca and Matthew Rosenzweig, eds., No. 1: First Works by 362 Artists, published by D.A.P., 2006, p. 211 [ill.]

Pose and Sculpture, curated by Daniel Baumann, published by Casey Kaplan Gallery, New York, NY, 2006, pp. 26—7 [ill.]
Schlegel, Eva, L.A. Women, published by Bundeskanzleramt Kunst, Wien, Austria, 2006, pp. 44-7 [ill.]
Bollen, Christopher and Alix Browne, eds., Artists, photographed by Jason Schmidt, published by Edition 7L, Paris, France, 2006, p. 148

Whitney Biennial 2006: Day for Night, published by Whitney Museum of American Art, 2006, pp. 274 – 275 [ill.]


Kraus, Chris, Jan Tumlir, and Jane McFadden, L.A. Artland: Contemporary Art from Los Angeles, published by Black Dog Publishing, London, England, 2005, pp. 50, 143 [ill.]
Florence, Penny, Sexed Universals in Contemporary Art, published by Allworth Press, New York, 2004, pp. 129-64 [ill.]



100 Artists See God, curated by John Baldessari and Meg Cranston, published by Independent Curators International, New York, NY, 2004, p. 81 [ill.]

Florence, Penny, Sexed Universals in Contemporary Art, published by Allworth Press, New York, NY, 2004, pp. 129 – 64 [ill.]


Imagination: Perception in Art, published by Kunsthaus Graz, Graz, Austria, 2003



Art/Women/California: Parallels and Intersections, 1950-2000, essay by Laura Meyer, published by University of California Press in association with the San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA, 2002, pp. 97 – 119 [ill.]

Kleinigkeit, Keine, Christie's Kunsthalle Basel Benefiz-Auktion, November 9, 2002, p. 31, [ill.]


Painting Machines, curated by Caroline A. Jones, Boston University Art Gallery, Boston, MA, 1997

Liz Larner, essays by Rosetta Brooks, Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe, Jurg Laederach, Catherine Liu, and Martin Prinzhorn, Kunsthalle Basel and Schwabe & Co. AG, Verlag, Basel, Switzerland, 1996


Everything That's Interesting Is New: The Dakis Joannou Collection, essays by Jeffrey Deitch and Stuart Morgan, published by DESTE Foundation for Contemporary Art, Athens, Greece and Hatje Cantz Verlag, Ostfildern, Germany, 1996

Baldwin, Thomas, Gilbert Bretterbauer, and Liz Larner, Fama & Fortune Bulletin No. 19, published by Verlag Pakesch & Schlebrügge, Vienna, Austria, 1996 [ill.]



Plane/Structures, essay by David Pagel, Otis School of Art, Los Angeles, CA, 1994



Gookin, Kirby, The Naming of Colors, White Columns, New York, NY, 1993

Sonsbeek 93, published by Snoeck-Ducaju & Zoon, Arnhem, Holland, 1993

Louisiana Revy, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek, Denmark, 1993



Gudis, Catherine, Norman Klein, Lane Relyea, and Paul Schimmel, Helter Skelter: L.A. Art in the 1990s, published by Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, 1992

Not Quiet: Felix González-Torres, Liz Larner, Christian Marclay, Matthew McCaslin, Galerie Jennifer Flay, Paris, France, 1992



Deitch, Jeffrey and Dan Friedman, eds., Artificial by Nature, DESTE Foundation for Contemporary Art, Athens, Greece, 1990

Gardner, Colin, nonrePRESENTation: It’s Enough to Make You unEASY, Security Pacific Corporation Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, 1990

Signs of Life. Process and Materials, 1960-1990, essay by Mellissa E. Feldman, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, 1990

Stendhal Syndrome: The Cure, essays by Rhonda Lieberman, Catherine Liu and Laurence Rickels, at Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York, NY, 1990



Power, Tim, Notes on Works by Liz Larner, Staat Museum, Graz, Austria, 1988, pp. 103 – 105 [ill.]


Selected Articles and Reviews:



Anderson, Mitchell. "below above.” Flash Art (Fall 2022) pp. 44, 45 [ill.]

Bhullar, Dilpreet. “The notion of dual opposition informs the latest exhibition 'below above' by Liz Larner.” STIR (September 11, 2022) [ill.] [online]

Dancewicz, Kyle. "What Is Sculpture?” Art in America (September 2022) pp. 48, 49 [ill.]

Murtha, Chris. "Institutional Encounters.” X-TRA (August 25, 2022) [ill.] [online]

Rovere, Gianna. “Liz Larner—Ma╠łandern zwischen Gegensa╠łtzen.” Kunstbulletin (July/August 2022) pp. 124 – 125 [ill.]

Whitney, Kay. “Unsettling Outcomes: A Conversation with Liz Larner.” Sculpture (July/August 2022) pp. 18 – 29 [ill.]

Frochaux, Thierry. “Wegsehtalent.” P.S. Zeitung (July 15, 2022) p. 22 [ill.]

Helfenstein, Josef. "Eine wohltuend humanistische Botschaft.” Basler Zeitung (June 18, 2022) p.3 [ill.]

Regan, Sheila. “At the Walker, a broader and deeper view of Liz Larner’s work.” MinnPost (May 3, 2022) [ill.] [online]

Eler, Alicia. "A literally smathing show at Walker.” StarTribune (May 1, 2022) pp. E1, E8 [ill.]

Block, Louis. “How to Get Free of the Rectangle.” The Brooklyn Rail (May 2022) p. 87

Packard, Cassie. “Losing Ourselves in Liz Larner’s Shapeshifting Sculpture.” Hyperallergic (March 20, 2022) [ill.] [online]

Somogyi, Fanni. “Particular Placements and Fluid Structures in Liz Larner’s Exhibition at SculptureCenter.” BmoreArt (March 16, 2022) [ill.] [online]

Budick, Ariella. “Liz Larner at SculptureCenter — smashing, wrapping and embracing walls.” Financial Times (March 14, 2022) [ill.] [online]

Fateman, Johanna. “Liz Larner.” 4Columns (March 11, 2022) [ill.] [online]

Russeth, Andrew. "Unstill Life.” Art in America (March 2022) pp. 4, 44 – 49 [ill.]

Pobric, Pac. “Artist Liz Larner Has Spent 30 Years Making Sly Sculptures We Still Don’t Have Words For. But After Speaking to Her, We Found a Few.” Artnet News (February 16, 2022) [ill.] [online]

Kastner, Jeffrey and Liz Larner. “Liz Larner Talks About 'Don’t Put it Back Like it Was.'” Artforum (February 2022) pp. 132–135 [ill.]

Martin, Bryan. “Liz Larner: Don't put it back like it was.” The Brooklyn Rail (February 2022) [ill.] [online]

Griffin, Jonathan. "Upcycler.” frieze No. 224 (January/February 2022) pp. 16 – 17 [ill.]

Packard, Cassie. “Your Concise New York Art Guide for February 2022.” Hyperallergic (January 31, 2022) [ill.] [online]           

Rosenberg, Karen. “From Pedestal to Petri Dish, Liz Larner Makes Sculptures for a New Era.” The New York Times (January 26, 2022) [ill.] [online]

Rosenberg, Karen. "Oh, the Places Sculpture Will Go.” The New York Times (January 26, 2022) p. C14 [ill.]

Goldstein, Caroline. “‘We’re Not Used to Seeing Colors Distort Form’: Watch Artist Liz Larner Explain Her Rule-Bending Abstract Sculpture.” Artnet News (January 21, 2022) [ill.] [online]

Finkel, Jori. “Liz Larner’s Corner Basher channels the helpless and hopeful rage of our day.” The Art Newspaper (January 18, 2022) [ill.] [online]



Russeth, Andrew. "Liz Larner: Unstill Life." Art in America (December 22, 2021) [ill.] [online]

Griffin, Jonathan. “Liz Larner and the Upcycling of Material.” Frieze (December 15, 2021) [ill.] [online]

Simmons, Jessica. “Liz Larner at Regen Projects.” Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles (May 13, 2021) [ill.] [online] 

Barrie, Lita. “Liz Larner: The Horrific Beauty of Plastic Polluted Sea Foam and Asteroids Meeting on Earth at Regen Projects.” Whitehot Magazine (May 2021) [ill.] [online]

Ables, Kelsey. “Yoko Ono’s ‘Wish Tree’ at the Hirshhorn is branching out. This year, your wishes can be virtual.” The Washington Post (April 15, 2021) [online]

Cascone, Sarah. “Hiroshi Sugimoto, Ugo Rondinone, and Other Artists Have Hand-Written Hopes for Yoko Ono’s ‘Wish Tree’—See Their Messages Here.” Artnet News (April 14, 2021) [ill.] [online]

Preston Zappas, Lindsay. “Liz Larner at Regen Projects.” KCRW (April 6, 2021) [ill.] [online]

Nys Dambrot, Shana. “The World Is Out There: Arts Calendar March 25–29.” LA Weekly (March 24, 2021) [ill.] [online]



Cooper, Ashton. “Liz Larner.” Artforum (September 2019) pp. 267 – 268 [ill.]

Vankin, Deborah. “MOCA receives a $10-million gift to make admission free.” Los Angeles Times (May 18, 2019)



Larner, Liz. “Books: Best of 2016.” Artforum (December 2016) p. 83 [ill.]

Donoghue, Katy. “Liz Larner at the Aspen Art Museum.” Whitewall (Summer 2016) pp. 32 – 33 [ill.]

Morse, Jed. “Catching Up with Liz Larner.” Artsy (May 23, 2016) [ill.] [online]

Blair, Willis. “4 Questions: Liz Larner.” Forbes (March 1, 2016) [ill.] [online]

Zuckerman, Heidi. “Romancing the Stone.” Cultured (February/March 2016) p. 102 [ill.]
Williams, Maxwell. “Sculptures That Find Emotion in Geology.” The New York Times Style Magazine (February 26, 2016) [ill.] [online]



Larner, Liz. “Chris Burden 1946 – 2015.” Artforum (September 2015) p. 79 

Larner, Liz. “Liz Larner.” Modern Painters (May 2015) pp. 51 [ill.]

Herbert, Martin. “Preview: Liz Larner.” ArtReview (April 2015) pp. 34 – 35 [ill.]


Whitney, Kathleen, "Los Angeles – Liz Larner: Regen Projects," Sculpture Magazine, Vol. 33, No. 6 (July/August, 2014) pp. 70 – 71 [ill.]
Schad, Ed. "Liz Larner." ArtReview (April 2014) p. 119 [ill.]
Griffin, Jonathan. "Liz Larner: Regen Projects, Los Angeles." Frieze No. 162 (April 2014) p. 166 [ill.]
Dambrot, Shana Nys. "Los Angeles: Liz Larner at Regen Projects." Art Ltd (March/April 2014) p. 19 [ill.]
Knight, Christopher. "Around the Galleries: When a color All But Speaks to You." The Los Angeles Times (January 31, 2014) p. D1, D13.
Fitzpatrick, Kyle. "A Body of Geography: Liz Larner at Regen Projects." Los Angeles I'm Yours (January 13, 2014) [ill.] [online]


Brettell, Rick, "Review: Nasher's 10 Works of Art Across Dallas a Grand Idea, But Fails in These Ways," Guide LIVE Arts, Dallas Morning News, November 8, 2013 [ill.].
Rutland, Beau, "Doom and Bloom: Beau Rutland on Liz Larner's 'Orchid, Buttermilk, Penny', 1987," Artforum, September 2013, pp. 337, 372 – 373 [ill.]. 
Spears, Dorothy, "Galleries as the Art World's Leading Indicators," The New York Times, Fine Arts & Exhibits section, October 27, 2013, p. 20. 


Princenthal, Nancy. "Liz Larner," Art in America, May 2011, pp. 158-159, ill
"L.A. Stories: A Roundtable Discussion," Artforum, October 2011, pp. 240-249 (ill.)


Pagel, David, "Celebration of Hybrid Artwork," The Los Angeles Times, Friday, April 30, 2010, p. D14


Boehm, Mike, "MOCA celebrates 30 years and a rebirth," The Los Angeles Times, Sunday, November 8, 2009, p. E1


Smith, Roberta, "It's Just Clay, but How About a Little Respect?" The New York Times, September 7, 2007, B27, B36
Demos, T.J., "The 2nd International Biennial of Contemporary Art of Seville," Artforum, March 2007, pp.310-11, ills
Myers, Holly, "Feminist art exhibit measures magic, beauty," The Los Angeles Times, March 13, 2007
Fels, Sophie, " "The Bong Show'," Time Out New York, January 18-24, 2007. p. 71, ill.


Larner, Liz, "Speaking Volumes: 19 Interviews," Art In America, November 2006, pp.173-4, ill.
Vogel, Carol, "Inside Art: Gift to the Whitney," The New York Times, November 10, 2006, p. B32
Dickson, Jane, interview, "Liz Larner," Bomb, summer 2006, pp. 44-51, ills
Knight, Christopher, "Biennial? Who needs it?" The Los Angeles Times, March 22, 2006, p. E1, ills
Plagens, Peter, "The Art of the Deal," Newsweek, March 6, 2006, pp. 56-8, ill.    
Gopnik, Blake, "Red, White and Bleak," The Washington Post, March 2, 2006 p. C1, ills
Baker, R.C., "Best in Show: Buzz Worthy: The Bong Show," The Village Voice, December 21, 2006.
Halle, Howard, "Out There," Time Out New York, December 14-27, 2006, p. 12.
Vogel, Carol, "This Whitney Biennial Will Take In the World," The  New York Times, November 30,2005, pp. B1-B5, ill.
Parker, Graham, "Extreme Abstraction," Art Monthly, October 2005, p. 290.      
Firstenberg, Lauri, "Liz Larner," Frieze, October 2005, p. 222, ill.
Holte, Michael Ned, "Liz Larner," Artforum, October 2005, pp. 281-2, ill. 
Hirsch, Faye, "Abstract Generations," Art In America, October 2005, pp. 122-8,191, ill. 
Huntington, Richard, "A Sampling of All Things Abstract – Old and New," The Buffalo News, October 13, 2005.
Myers, Terry R., "Liz Larner," ArtReview, September 2005, p. 115, ill.    
Garcia, Nathaniel, "Summer Exhibitions Series at Top LA Galleries and Museums,"   
Highland Park News, August 2005, p. 18
Litt, Steven, "Exhibit of Abstract Art Blossoms Beautifully in Buffalo," The Plain Dealer, August 14, 2005, p. J8, ill.
Pagel, David, "She Really Knows How to Fill a Room," Los Angeles Times, July 8, 2005, pp. E26-7
Tumlir, Jan, "Los Angeles," ArtForum, December 2004, pp. 65-66,68, ills
Nelson, Arty, "Cherries on Top," LA Weekly, July 2 – 8, 2004, p. 51


Pierson, Jack, "Adolescent Actionism," Issue, Fall 2003, p.155, ill. 
Pagel, David, "The Art Factory," Los Angeles Times, August 31, 2003, pp. E27 & E33
Muchnic, Suzanne, "MOCA adds over 90 works in 2002," Los Angeles Times, February 15, 2003


Allen, Cindy, "The Look of  2002", Interior Design, December 2002, p. 144, ill.
Chattopadhyay, Collette, "Making Oxymorons Happen: A Conversation with Liz Larner," Sculpture, June 2002, pp. 37 – 41, ill.
Intra, Giovanni, "Liz Larner at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles," Art + Text, Summer issue, p. 90, ill.
Richard, Paul, "L.A. Sculptor Liz Larner Wins $25,000 Art Award," The Washington Post, April 10, 2002, pp. C1, C9, ill.
Tadjedin, Massy, "Like Being in a Park," Brentwood Magazine, November/December 2001, pp. 38-40, ills.
Berwick, Carly, "Liz Larner, Museum of Contemporary Art," Artnews, April, p. 140, ill.
Jones, Ronald, "Liz Larner," Artforum, March 2002, p. 135, ills.
"SAAM Presents Lucelia Artist Award to Liz Larner," Smithsonian publication, p. 4, ill.
"Larner wins Lucelia Award,", April 8
Gaines, Malik, " Los Angeles," Contemporary, February 2002, p. 80, ill.


Gopnik, Blake, "Solidly in the Virtual Realm," The Washington Post, December 16, 2001, pp. G1 – G7, ills.
Miles, Christopher, "Learning to Love Liz Larner," Flaunt, December 2001, 
pp.98-100, ills.
"Seismic Activity," V Magazine, Nov./Dec. 2001, ill.
Pagel, David, "Out of the Unreal World," Los Angeles Times, Calendar section, Sunday, December 16, p.5, 80, 81, ill.
Harvey, Doug, "Formal Wear and Tear," LA Weekly, December 14-20, p. 53, ill.
Darling, Michael, "Liz Larner," The Contemporary, published by the Museum of Modern Art, Los Angeles, winter 2001 pp. 6,7, ill.
Knight, Christopher, "Constantly in Flux," Los Angeles Times, December 5, 2001, cover of Calendar section, F1, F6, F7, ills.
Tumlir, Jan, "Liz Larner," Artforum, September, p. 76, ill.
Gilbert-Rolfe, Jeremy, A Stroll Above the Freeway," Artnet, July, features, ills.


Vincent, Steven, "Impact Players," Art & Auction, May 15, 1999, pp. 75-81
Tumlir, Jan, "Liz Larner: Knock Knock," Art/Text, May-July, 1999, pp.56-61, ills. 


Chattopadhyay, Collette, "Liz Larner," Sculpture, December, 1998, pp. 51-52,ill.
Rockwell, Steve, "Liz Larner at Regen Projects," dART International, Fall 1998, p. 27 [ill.].

Calame, Ingrid, "Liz Larner," Art Issues, September/October, 1998, p. 46, ill.
Hultkrans, Andrew, "Surf and Turf," Artforum, Summer, 1998, pp. 106-113, 146
Auerbach, Lisa Anne, "Liz Larner at Regen Projects," LA Weekly, July 17-23, p.61, ill.
Pagel, David, "Works That Move Through Space in Three Dimensions," Los Angeles Times, July 3, 1998, F26, ill.
Drohojowska-Philp, Hunter, "She's Back. But She's Never Been Away," Los Angeles Times, June 28, 1998, pp. 55-56, ill.
"Szene Los Angeles: Liz Larner," Art das Kunstmagazin, December, p. 32, ill.
Myers, Terry R., "Liz Larner: Kunsthalle Basel", art/text, November-January, p.83, ill.
Rickels, Laurence A., "Already Given at the Office: On Techno Feminism," Parallax, Issue 5,
Hayt, Elizabeth, "People Are Talking About: Arts", Vogue, September Catalogue, Liz Larner, Kunsthalle Basel and Schwabe & Co. AG, Verlag, Basel, Switzerland, with essays by Martin Prinzhorn, Catherine Liu, Rosetta Brooks, Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe, and Jurg Laederach
Rugoff, Ralph, "L.A.'s Female Art Explosion", Harper's Bazaar, April, pp. 204-5, 246, ill.
Tumlir, Jan, "On Young Art in L.A.", L.A. Muscle, February/March, p.9


Darling, Michael, "Garage Project: MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Los Angeles," frieze, November-December, p. 88, ill.
Stark, Francis, "Girl in the Garage," Los Angeles Reader, May 17, p. 21


Heartney, Eleanor, "FIAC 93 Galeries: Nouvelle Generation," Artpress, #184, 
p. 24-28
Larner, Liz, "The Question of Gender in Art," Tema Celeste, Winter, p. 57
Gookin, Kirby, "Dimensions variable: Liz Larner," Parkett, No. 36, June 1993, "Was Wann Wohin," Profil, Nr. 1, 4,  January, pp. 74-75


Hofleitner, Johanna, Review, "Bedeutung hinter Schriftzaunen," Kultur, (Vienna), 8 December 
Krumpl, Doris, Review, "Mit vollen Symbolik-Segeln: Liz Larners "Sign of a Sign," Der Standard, (Vienna), 1 December
Ubl, Ralph, Review,  "Rafiniertes, Schamloses," Presse, (Vienna ), 3 December
Bernard, Christian, Galeries, October/November, p.135
O'Brien, Glenn, "Culture," ArtForum, December, p. 72-73 "Helter Skelter," catalog, LA Art in the 90's, Museum of Contemporary Art, 
Los Angeles, CA
Brock, Hovey, Review, Artnews, January, p. 130
Johnson, Ken, Review, Art in America, February, p. 115-116
"Not Quiet," catalog, Galerie Jennifer Flay, Paris, France
Liu, Catherine, "Liz Larner," interview,  Flash Art, January/February 1991, pp. 103-105
McKenna, Christine, "Larner Gives Sculpture New Perspective," Los Angeles Times, Friday, February 1, 1991, p. F22
Decter, Joshua. Review, Work in Progress? Work?, Arts, March, p. 99-100
Knight, Christopher.  "A Provocative Frame of Reference," Los Angeles Times, March 21st, 1991

Nesbitt, Lois, “Diddle and Pillage: Anxious Art from Three New Sculptors,” Elle, June 1991, pp. 94 – 96 [ill.]


Avgikos, Jan,  Flash Art,  October, p. 154
Brenson, Michael, "In the Arena of the Mind, at the Whitney," The New York Times, October 19, Section C, p.33
Cameron, Dan,  "Changing Priorities in American Art," Art International, Spring
Curtis, Cathy, "The Galleries:  La Cienega Area."  Los Angeles Times, February  2, 1990, p. F22                      
Decter,  Joshua,  Artscribe, September/October, pp. 85-86, illus.
Gookin, Kirby, Artforum, October 1990, review, p. 165
Grove, Nancy, "Angle of Vision.  Tradition and Its Discontents,"  Art &     Antiques, November, pp.  121-122, illus.
Kandel, Susan, "L.A. in Review," Arts Magazine, May, pp. 64-65
Larson, Kay, "Every Object Tells a Story," New York, October 29, pp. 64-65
Stals, Jose Lebrero,  "The Koln Show," October, Flash Art, pp. 148-149
"News," Flash Art, October, p. 170
"News," Flash Art, October, p. 183


Cotter, Holland, "Report fromNew York," Art in America, September,  pp.  81-87

Gerstler, Amy, "Liz Larner at Margo Leavin." Art Issues, January 1989, p. 21
Jones, Amelia,  "The Contingency of the Nonrepresentational:  Liz Larner's Objects," Visions Art Quarterly, Spring 1989
Kelley, Mike,  "Foul Perfection: (Thoughts on Caricature)," Artforum, January 1989, pp. 92-99, illus.
Knight, Christopher, Whitney Biennial review, The Los Angeles Herald Examiner, Sunday May 7, 1989.  illus.
Knight, Christopher,  "L.A., Lately," Elle, December, pp.190, 192, illus.
Larson, Kay,  "The Children's Hour," New York, Summer, pp. 94-95 
Miller, John,  Artscribe, pp. 85-86, illus.
Morgan, Robert,  "New York In Review," Arts Magazine, Summer 1989, illus.
Rian, Jeffrey, "Past Sense, Present  Sense," Artscribe, no. 73, pp. 60-65, illus. pp. 63, 64
Schejldahl, Peter, "Theory-itis," 7 Days, August 23, 1989
Smith, Roberta, "More Women and Unknowns in the Whitney Biennial," The New York Times, April 28, 1989
Smith, Roberta,  "Art That Hails From the Land of Déjå Vu," The New York Times, Sunday June  4, 1989. illus.
Smith, Roberta, "The Whitney Interprets Museums' Dreams," The New York Times, Sunday July 23,
Von Kunstadt, Theodor,  "Spotlight: The 1989 Whitney Biennial," FlashArt, no. 147, Summer 1989, p. 139   
Yau, John, "Official Policy Toward the 1990s with the Whitney Biennial," Arts Magazine, 64, September 1989, pp. 50-54


Bonetti, David,  "Welcome to L.A.:  Art That Blows Hot and Cool," The Boston Phoenix, January 15, Section 3, p. 14    
Breslauer, Jan, LA Weekly, 30 September, p. 45, illus.
Fehlau, Fred,  "Reviews: Liz Larner." FlashArt, December 1988, p. 122, illus.
Indiana, Gary,  "Science Holiday,"  Village Voice, March 15, 1988, p. 90
Jones, Amelia, "Museum Bashing," Art International, September, p. 59
Knight, Christopher, "Re: Placement Parts," Los Angeles Herald Examiner,
20 March, p. E1 & E10, illus.
Pagel, David, "Re:Placement," High Performance, Fall, p. 87
Pagel, David, Arts Magazine, December 1988, p. 93, illus.
Rugoff, Ralph,  "An Impressive Group of Emerging Talents Extends the Limits of 
'L.A. Art':  The Wry Stuff,"  LA Style, March, p. 78, illus.
Taylor, Robert, "'LA Hot and Cool' a Rewarding Exhibit,"  The Boston Globe, Sunday, January 17.
Wilson, William,  "Review," Los Angeles Times, 16 September, part VI, p. 19


Conal, Robbie,  "Good Times:  View With A Room,"  L.A. Weekly, 27 March - 2  April, vol. 9, No. 18, p. 62
Dubin, Zan,  "L.A.C.E. 'Annuale' Exhibition Set to Open this Week." Los Angeles Times, August 30, 1987
Knight, Christopher,  "Sixties Sculpture Relieves Summer Doldrums,"  Los Angeles Herald Examiner, 17 July, p. 33
Munchnic, Suzanne,  "'Annuale': Recognition, Not Coherence Is the Point," Los  Angeles Times, 26 September, Part VI, p. 8
Raczka, Robert,  "Reviews: LACE Annuale" New Art Examiner, 15 (December  1987), pp. 58