BIO

Born 1968, Washington, DC

 

Education

Hunter College Graduate Fine Arts Program; New York, 1991-1992
School of Visual Arts; New York, BFA, 1990
MCPS Art Center; Maryland, 1982-1986 (please support art programs in public schools!)

 

Solo Exhibitions

2015

Eleven Rivington, NYC, USA; Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, opens May 21

2012

2011

2008

2007

  • Mimmo Scognamiglio Arte Contemporanea, Naples, Italy; March 2-April 15

2006

2005

2004

2003

2002

2001

2000

  • Art + Public, Pierre Huber, Geneva; New Paintings, April 14-May 13

1999

  • Ace Gallery, Los Angeles
  • Dorothée De Pauw Gallery, Brussels; October 28-November 27
  • Reali Arte Contemporanea, Brescia, Italy; October 7-November 20

1998

1996

 

 

  • One Great Jones, New York; October 26-November 30

 

 

1994

 

  • Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York; December 4,1993-January 15

 

1993

  • Wooster Gardens, New York; May 22-June 19
Selected Projects
  • Galerie Lisa Ruyter,Vienna, 2003 – 2012
  • Tate Modern, London; Hoarding Project, 2004
  • The Armory Show, New York; commissioned works for promotion and catalog, 2004
  • Interview Magazine, New York; Covered Haute Couture shows for December issue, 2004
  • The Museum of Modern Art, New York; Projects 77, curated by Judy Hecker, October-November 2002
  • Stations of the Cross, June 2002 (book, catalog)


Selected Group Exhibitions

2013

  • Kunstforum Montafon, Schruns Austria; Lisa Ruyter and Peter Sandbichler December 2013
  • The Granary, Sharon Connecticut; The Distaff Side, curated by Melva Bucksbaum featuring works from the collection of Melva Bucksbaum and Raymond Learsy
  • St.Barbe Museum, Lymington, Hampshire UK: Under the Greenwood: Picturing British Trees – Past July 27 – October 5 2013

2012

  • Collezione Maramotti, Reggio Emilia, Italy; Painting as a Radical Form, curated by Mario Diacono, October 7-February 3, 2013 (catalogue)
  • Kunsthalle Würth, Schwäbisch Hall, Germany; Von Kopf bis Fuß. Porträts und Menschenbilder in der Sammlung Würth, 
September 18-April 2013 (catalogue)
  • gdm Galerie de Multiples, Paris; CANCER (Saâdane Afif, John Armleder, Lisa Beck Ann Craven, Alix Lambert, Sylvie Fleury, Nathan Peter, Lisa Ruyter Vincent Szarek, Morgane Tschiember), Curated by Olivier Mosset, June 22-July 22
  • Royal Academy of Arts, London; Summer Exhibition 2012, curated by Tess Jaray, June 4-August 12

2011

  • Galería Pilar Serra, Madrid; UK & US Contemporary Artists, November 29-January 19, 2012
  • Kawaguchiko Museum, Yamanashi prefecture, Japan; POP ART 1960’s – 2000’s From Misumi Corporation, June 18-September 4

2010

  • Alan Cristea Gallery, London; Eleven, a group exhibition bringing together works by Christiane Baumgartner, Gordon Cheung, Michael Craig-Martin, Edmund de Waal, Dexter Dalwood, Ian Davenport, Richard Hamilton, Lisa Milroy, Julian Opie, Lisa Ruyter and Paul Winstanley, October 11-November 13
  • gdm, galerie de multiples, Paris; Olivier Mosset & Friends: Bande à part: John Armleder, Amy Granat, Alix Lambert, Steven Parrino, Lisa Ruyter, Blair Thurman, Margane Tschiember, curated by Olivier Mosset, with the support of the Ricard Company Foundation for Contemporary Art, September 4-October 9
  • Engholm Galerie, Vienna; Anna Artaker/Lilla Khoór, Renate Bertlmann, Marita Fraser, Eva Grubinger, Kathi Hofer, Birgit Jürgenssen, Tatiana Lecomte, Ulrike Lienbacher, Lone Haugaard Madsen, Lisa Ruyter, Patricia Reinhart, Eva Schlegel, Maja Vukoje, Astrid Wagner, June 30-September 7
  • The Macedonian Museum for Contemporary Art, Athens, Greece; Celebration: 10 years of Hydra School Projects, curated by Dimitrios Antonitsis, March 13-May 9
  • Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria; Lebt und arbeitet in Wien III (Living and working in Vienna III), curated by Xenia Kalpaktsoglou, Jack Persekian, Olga Sviblova and Angela Stief, March 5-May 30 (catalogue)

2009

  • Gering & López Gallery, New York, Just what is it that makes today’s painting so different, so appealing?, November 5-December 23
  • MAGASIN – Centre National d’Art Contemporain, Grenoble, France; Portrait of the Artist as a Biker, works from the collection of Olivier Mosset, curated by Olivier Mosset, October 11-January 3, 2010
  • Belvedere Museum, Vienna, Austria; Wiener Musterzimmer (Viennese Model Rooms) Gilbert Bretterbauer, Peter Kogler, Florian Pumhösl, Gerwald Rockenschaub, Lisa Ruyter and Esther Stocker; September 23, 2009-January 24, 2010 (catalogue)
  • Leo Koenig Inc., New York, Get It Right Back To Where We Started From…, Selections from the collection of Norman Dubrow, a group exhibition of works by artists currently or formerly represented by Leo Koenig Inc., August 2-September 4.
  • Kunsthalle Krems, Krems an der Donau, Austria;Sehnsucht nach dem Abbild. Das Porträt im Wandel der Zeit, July 26-October 26 (catalogue)
  • Hydra School Projects (palio gymnasio), Hydra, Greece; Alpha Exotica, curated by Dimitrios Antonitsis, July 4-September 30
  • Maramotti Collection/Collezione Maramotti, Reggio Emilia, Italy; Transitions. Painting at the (other) End of Art, May 24-October 31
  • Closet Cases: Artists’ Self Portraits, organized by Paul Evans at Happy, Los Angeles, May 1-June 28

 2008

  • MdM Rupertinum (Museum der Moderne), Salzburg; System Mensch, curated by Andrea Hofinger and Margit Zuckriegl, November 8-February 1, 2009 (catalogue)
  • Jack Hanley Gallery, New York; Menagerie: Animals & Nature, curated by Niel Frankel, September 28-
    October 18
  • Busan Biennale, Busan, Korea; September 6-November 15
  • Leeahn Gallery, Daegu, Korea; Lisa Ruyter and Thomas Ruff, May 30-June 21
  • Colección Inelcom Arte Contemporáneo, Madrid; Inaugural Exhibition, Opening: February 15

2007

  • PKM Gallery Beijing;Imagery Play, September 29-November 10
  • Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea (CGAC), Santiago de Compostela, Spain; Cuestión Xeracional (Generational Issue), PECAR Collection of Contemporary Artists, curated by Carlos Urroz, September 7-November 4 (catalogue)
  • Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg; Exposures, The Contemporary Self-Portrait, August
  • Hydra School Projects (palio gymnasio), Hydra, Greece; GRUPS (Dimitrios Antonitsis, Scott Campbell, Torben Giehler, Tillman Kaiser, Bjarne Melgaard, Rallou Panagiotou, Lisa Ruyter, Dash Snow, Konstantin Trubkovich, Aaron Young), July 7-September 23
  • Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany; Rockers Island: Olbricht Collection, May 5-July 1 (catalogue)
  • Museum of Modern Art, Ibaraki, Japan; POP ART 1960’s – 2000’s From Misumi Corporation, April 7-May 20, Exhibition to tour to Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art and Hachioji Yume Art Museum from April 7-November 25 (catalogue)
  • Kunstbuero, Vienna; Infinite Polar Bear Party, curated by Julie Ryan
  • (the) Melvins @ (the) Mandrake, Los Angeles; Album covers for the Melvins commissioned by Bob Nickas, February 25-March 31

2006

  • Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, NY; Only the Paranoid Survive, curated by Daniel Fuller, Opening: September 17
  • Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg; Bucolica: The Contemporary Landscape, July 22-August 28
  • Mary Boone Gallery, New York; I Love My Scene: Scene 3, an exhibition in three parts curated by José Freire (Team Gallery), April 8-May 13

2005

  • Tottori Prefectural Museum, Tottori, Japan; Contemporary Voice: The Contemporary American Art from Misumi Collection, November 19-December 25 (catalogue)
  • Hyundai Gallery, Seoul, Korea, Painting The Edge, September-October (catalogue)
  • Abbaye Saint-André Centre d’art contemporain, Meymac, France; (…) et le canard était toujours vivant, July-October
  • Austrian Cultural Forum, New York; Slices of Life: Blueprints of the Self in Painting, curated by Karin Pernegger and Walter Seidl, January-April
  • Kunsthaus Graz, Graz, Austria; Now’s The Time, January-February

2003

  • Henry Art Gallery, Seattle WA; Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach FL; Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa FL; Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago IL, Crosscurrents at Century’s End: Selections from the Neuberger Berman Art Collection, June 2003-June 2004 (catalogue)
  • Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg;My Way Home with Dexter Dalwood & Bernhard Martin, June 7-July 16
  • Arario Gallery, Chungcheongnam-do, Korea; Pop-Thru-Out, curated by Mary Dinaburg, May (catalog)
  • Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg,Wolfsburg, Germany; Painting Pictures-Malerei und Medien im digitalen Zeitalter, March-June (catalog)

2002

  • Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt; Shopping: Art and Consumer Culture, September-December, also at Tate Liverpool, December 2002-March 2003 (catalog)
  • Mitchell Algus Gallery, New York; Ten Realists, November
  • Art | 33 | Basel, Art Unlimited, Basel, Switzerland; Stations of the Cross, June (book co-author Jack Miles, catalog)
  • 14 Wharf Road, London; Love, curated by David Risley, March-April
  • Paula Cooper Gallery, New York; From the Observatory, curated by Bob Nickas, March

2001

  • P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, New York; Lobby Project Rooftops, October
  • CAIS Galerie, Seoul; Ghost World, curated by Michael Cohen, October (catalog)
  • Asbaek Galerie, Copenhagen; Come on, Feel the Noise, February
  • Kravets/Wehby Gallery, New York, Before They Became Who They Are, curated by Norman Dubrow, January 13-February 10
  • Elizabeth Cherry Contemporary Art, Tucson, AZ; How is everything? Everything is going to be…alright, curated by Bob Nickas, January 5-February 17

2000

  • FIAC (Galerie Frank), Paris; October (catalog)
  • Galerie Frank, Paris; Sport,September (catalog)
  • Whitney Museum of American Art at Philip Morris, New York; Pastoral Pop, curated by Debra Singer, July-December (brochure)
  • Kenny Schachter/Rove,London; I Hate New York, May
  • Reali Arte Contemporanea, Brescia, Italy; Wayne Gonzales, Lisa Ruyter, John Tremblay, May
  • P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, New York; Greater New York, curated in collaboration with the Museum of Modern Art, February-March
  • About Studio, Bangkok; Transporter, curated by Laurie De Chiara and Naomi Urabe, January-February (catalog)
  • Team Gallery, New York; Hex Enduction Hour by The Fall, curated by Bob Nickas, January 8-February 12

1999

  • Huntington Beach Art Center, Huntington Beach, CA; Other Paintings, curated by Julie Joyce
  • Tomio Koyama, Tokyo; eflny 1999, curated by Tam Ochiai, September
  • Le Consortium, Dijon, France;The Bastard Kids of Drella, curated Steven Parrino, July-August
  • Pat Hearn Gallery, New York; Jeff Elrod / Lisa Ruyter, March
  • Exit Art,New York; Paradise 8: Permanent Resident, curated by Odili Donald Odita, January-April
  • San Francisco Museum of Modern Art,San Francisco; Looking at Ourselves: Works by Women Artists From the Logan Collection, January-April (catalog)

1998

  • Museo Universitario del Chopo,Mexico City; Cambio, September (catalog)
  • Matthew Marks Gallery and Pat Hearn Gallery,New York; Painting Now and Forever, July
  • Mitchell Algus,New York; White, July
  • Kent, New York; A Delicate Condition, organized by Jerry Kearns, March

1997

  • Team Gallery,New York; Diamond Dogs, June
  • Inside Out Art Fair,New York; organized by Kenny Schachter, May

1996

  • American Fine Arts, Co.,New York; Roy Arden, AC2K, Chivas Clem, John Kelsey, Lisa Ruyter, Tom Burr, John Waters, June

1995

  • Thomas Solomon’s Garage, Los Angeles; Saturday Night Fever, organized by Michael Cohen and Catherine Liu, April

1994

  • Team Gallery, Washington, DC; Speed Trials, November
  • Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans; Disfunction USA, organized by Peter Halley and Bob Nickas
  • Hohenthal Und Bergen Gallery, Cologne; Punishment+Decoration, organized by Michael Corris, April-May (catalogue)

1993

  • Jack Tilton Gallery, New York; Project with Chuck Nanney, June
  • Jay Gorney Modern Art, New York; Steve DiBenedetto, Scott Grodesky, Bill Komoski, Peter Nagy, Lari
  •  Pittman, Lisa Ruyter, June
  • Christopher Grimes Gallery, Los Angeles; Fluff from New York, organized by Trudie Reiss, May
  • 211 East 10th Street, New York; Home Alone, organized by Ricardo De Oliveira and Sarah Morris, March
  • Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York; Some artists I’ve been thinking about…, February
  • Heiligenkreuzerhof, School for the Applied Arts in collaboration with Galerie Metropol, Vienna; Live inYour Head, organized by Bob Nickas, January (catalogue)

 

Permanent Collections
  • Collection of Melva Bucksbaum and Raymond Learsy, Sharon CT
  • Collection le Consortium, Dijon, France
  • Denver Art Museum
  • Sammlung Essl, Klosterneuburg, Austria
  • Colección INELCOM, Madrid
  • La Colección Jumex, México
  • Museum der Moderne, Salzburg
  • Museum of Modern Art, New York
  • Proje4L Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art, Istanbul
  • San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
  • Collection VAC (Valencia Arte Contemporáneo), Valencia, Spain

 

Lectures and Teaching
  • University Professor, The Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, 2011-2012
  • Cooper Union, Fall 2002, Advanced Painting
  • Columbia University, Spring 2001, Painting II
  • Temple University Tyler School of Art, November 2000, Visiting Artist Lecture Series
  • Maryland Institute, College of Art, Spring 2000, Painting II
  • Cooper Union, Fall 1999, Advanced Painting/Guest Artist Series
  • New York University, Summer 1999, Visiting Artist Lecture Series, Graduate Students
  • University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Fall 1998, Lecture

 

Catalogue Essays & Interviews
  • Michael Bracewell, “An Introduction to the Art of Lisa Ruyter,” Lisa Rutyer: Let Us Now Praise Famous Men (catalogue), published by Alan Cristea Gallery, London, 48 pages
  • Hye-Yeon Lee, “Lisa Ruyter: Alienated world in Your Life,” Lisa Ruyter (catalogue), published by Leeahn Gallery, Daegu, Korea, November 2011, 42 pages
  • Max Henry, “Lisa Ruyter On Painting & Music In Conversation With Max Henry,” Lebt und arbeitet in Wien III – Stars in a Plastic Bag, (catalogue) Kunsthalle Wien, Verlag für Moderne Kunst Nürnberg, 2010
  • Martin Prinzhorn, “Parallel Worlds,” Lisa Ruyter: One Million Postcards, German/English, Skarabaeus, 2007.
  • Michael Cohen, “Imitation of Life: A Conversation between Lisa Ruyter and Michael Cohen,” Lisa Ruyter: One Million Postcards, English/German, Skarabaeus, 2007.
  • Nina Zimmer, “Lisa Ruyter In Blitzlichtgewittern (Lisa Ruyter Storm of Flashes),” A Lady Mislaid (catalogue), published by Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac (Salzburg/Paris) and Arndt & Partner (Berlin/Zürich), translated into English by Gail Schamberger, 2005.
  • Eva Karcher, “I Detest Aesthetic Compromises (Ich Verabscheue Astetische Kompromisse),” interview with Lisa Ruyter, A Lady Mislaid (catalogue), published by Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac (Salzburg/Paris) and Arndt & Partner (Berlin/Zürich), translated into German by Marion Kagerer, 2005.
  • Reverend Jen, “Lisa Ruyter Interview: A ‘Real’ Art Star Chats with Reverend Jen,” ASS Magazine, Premier Issue (2003), pages 48-51.
  • Paul Arthur, “Imitation of Life? (Eine Imitation des Lebens?),” Lisa Ruyter (catalogue), published by Leo Koenig Inc., translated into German by Clemens Krümmel, 2001.
  • Bob Nickas, “Lisa Ruyter with Bob Nickas,” interview (photographed by Jessica Craig-Martin), Index Magzine, Nov/Dec 1999, Vol 4 No. 3, pages 58-66.

 

Selected Bibliography

2012

  • Matthew Smith, Chromatic Archive: Lisa Ruyter at CONNERSMITH (review), New American Paintings (Blog), October 8, 2012 (reproductions)
  • Ana Finel Honigman, Picks, Washington, DC, Lisa Ruyter,Artforum, September 20, 2012 (reproduction)
  • Louis Jacobson, Lisa Ruyter: Let Us Now Praise Famous Men (review), Washington City Paper, September 14, 2012 (reproduction)
  • Martin Coomer, “Lisa Ruyter: Let us now praise famous men (review),” Time Out (London), May 14, 2012 (reproduction)
  • “Inaugural solo show of American artist Lisa Ruyter staged by Alan Cristea Gallery,” artdaily.org, May 1, 2012 (reproduction)

2011

  • Public Art Magazine (Korean), December 2011, pp 171-172 (reproduction)
  • Daegu Culture Magazine, Lisa Ruyter (Korean), December 2011, p 44 (reproduction)
  • Noblesse Magazine, Life & Culture News (Korean), November/December 2011, p 546 (reproduction)

2010

  • Elisa Garzón, “Lisa Ruyter: Imagen, objetivo y objetividad,” EXIT Express, November 2010, #55, pp 58-59 (reproductions)
  • Ingrid Abramovitch; photographs by Eric Laignel, “Downtown, A Love Story,” Interior Design, September 2010, Volume 81, Number 11, pp 232-243 (reproductions)
  • Charlie Finch, “My Favorite Fifty,” artnet.com, August 2010
  • “Wenn Ladies sich im Spiegel spiegeln (review),” Falter, Number 28, July 22-26, 2020, p 29
  • Astrid Mania, “Rundgang Wiener Galerien: Der Sommer der Feurigen Alten,” July 21, 2010, online
  • Anne Katrin Feßler, Subtil und mit Farbklecksen (review),” Der Standard, July 21, 2010 (online), July 22, 2010 (print)
  • Almuth Spiegler, “Im Werden – Den Künstlern über Die Schulter Geschaut,” Die Presse, February 28, 2010, p 43 (reproductions)
  • Anne Katrin Feßler, “Hoffnungsvolle Sterne im Plastiksackerl (Kunstalle Wien Ausstellung ‘Lebt und Arbeitet in Wien III’),” Der Standard, Sa./So. February 6/7, 2010, p 22 (reproduction)
  • Almuth Spiegler, “Lebt und arbeitet in Wien III: Wer dabei ist,” Die Presse/diepresse.com, February 5, 2010, online, reproduction

2009

  • Steve Garbarino, “A Playboy Pad – Manhattan Loft,” photography by James Imbrogno, Playboy, July/August 2009, pgs 100-103, reproductions
  • Vannessa Maravilla, “IAEA on Canvas,” International Atomic Energy Agency IAEA Bulletin, May 2009, pgs 68-69, reproductions
  • Penelope Green, Branding the Family, The New York Times (Home Section), Thursday, May 7, 2009, pgs D1 & D5, reproduction
  • Helen Chang, “Lisa Ruyter Georg Kargl Fine Arts Vienna (review),” Artnews, May 2009, pgs 124-125, reproduction

2008

  • Richard Vine, Busan Biennale: Sept 6-Nov 25 (review), Art In America, December 2008
  • Ivete Farah, “poética das ávores urbanas,” Mauad Editora Ltda. and FaperJ, Rio de Janeiro, 2008, pg 192, reproduction
  • Charlie Finch, “Give Peace A Chance,” artnet.com/artnet magazine, December 9, 2008, reproductions
  • Christopher Turner, “Radioactive,” Modern Painters, November 2008, pgs 79-81, reproductions
  • Filep Motwary, “Artist to Produce Paintings Based on Coverage of IAEA Board of Governors Meetings in Vienna,” Un Nouveau Ideal (blog), September 2, 2008; reproductions
  • “Lisa Ruyter,” Public Art Magazine (review), Korea, July 2008, pgs 178-179, reproductions
  • “Image & Imagination (review),” Korea, July 2008, pgs 60-61; reproductions
  • Kyung Pal Lee, “Exhibition Preview,” Maeil Daily News (Daegu KOREA), May 6, 2008, pg 20, reproductions
  • Paddy Johnson, “Review: Lisa Ruyter,” Taka Ishii Gallery, Artkrush (www.artkrush.com) International Art Online, March 5, 2008, reproduction
  • Ana Finel Honigman, “Lisa Ruyter In Conversation with Ana Finel Honigman,” The Saatchi Gallery Online | Daily Magazine (http://www.saatchi-gallery.co.uk/blogon/2008/02/lisa_ruyter_in_conversation_wi_1.php), February 2008, reproductions
  • Ana Finel Honigman, “Acid Trip,” Condé Nast style.com (www.style.com/trends/blogs/style_file), January 9, 2008, reproduction
  • “Lisa Ruyter. The Comfort of Strangers (review),” paris-art.com, January 2008, reproductions

2007

  • Lisa Ruyter in Conversation with MUMOK Director Edelbert Köb, “Das Kann Ja Ruyter Werden,” WOHNEN (Das Österreicheische Wohnmagazin), November 2007, reproductions (plus limited edition cover).
  • Charlie Finch, “Darkness Visible (Book Review of Lisa Ruyter: One Million Postcards),” artnet.com/artnet magazine, September 7, 2007, reproductions (plus reproduction on home page)
  • Alexandra Koroxenidis, “Art on the Flipside of Innocence (Review),” Kathimerini (Greece’s international English language newspaper published in concert with the International Herald Tribune), September 5, 2007, reproduction
  • “Lisa Ruyter: One Million Postcards,” edited by Georg Kargl Fine Arts, published by Skarabaeus, June 2007, featuring an essay by Martin Prinzhorn and an interview with Lisa Ruyter by Michael Cohen;
    191 pages including 128 full-color reproductions; English and German
  • Michael Bockemühl & Thomas K. Scheffold, “Das Wie am Was, Beratung und Kunst, Das Kunstkonzept von Droege & Comp.,” Frankfurter Allgemeine Buch, F.A.Z.-Institute für Management-, Markt-, und Medieninformationen GmbH, Frankfurt am Main, 2007, pg 52, reproduction
  • Anita Pepe, “Le istantanee macroscopiche di Lisa Ruyter,” Roma, March 10, 2007, reproduction
  • Tiziana Tricarico, “Ruyter, un’emozione nascosta nella folla,” IL Mattino, March 3, 2007, reproduction

2006

  • Brian Bourcher, “Lisa Ruyter at Team (Review),” Art In America, November 2006, pgs 203-204, reproduction
  • Ken Johnson, Art Listings, “Lisa Ruyter: I am a Camera,” The New York Times, May 5, 2006, pg E25
  • Charlie Finch, “Old Friends,” artnet.com, May 5, 2006
  • Jane Neal, “Common Good (Essl Collection),” Art Review, April 2006, pgs 116-121, reproductions

2005

  • Francesca Richer and Matthew Rosenzweig (editors), “No. 1 – First Works by 362 Artists,” D.A.P./Distributed Art Publishers, Inc., pgs 330-331, reproduction
  • Kimberly Bradley, “Lisa Ruyter, Arndt & Partner” Artnews, May 2005, pg 154, reproduction
  • Eva Karcher, “Die Fashion Connection” Vogue, April 2005, pg 268
  • Eva Karcher, “Alles ist Farbe” Vogue, April 2005, pgs 280-285, reproductions
  • “Lisa Ruyter: Moderne Kunst in kirchlicher Umgebung” Regensburger Stadtteile, February 9, 2005, reproduction
  • Ingeborg Ruthe, “In der Trendmaschine” Berliner Zeitung, February 5-6, 2005, pg 32, reproduction
  • Peter Herbstreuth, “Ein strahlender Stern” Der Tagesspiegel, January 29, 2005, pg 26, reproduction
  • Jason Oddy, “Can’t See the Forest for the Trees” Modern Painters, January 2005, pgs 48-49, reproductions
  • “Couture on Canvas” Interview, December-January 2005, pgs 146-153, reproductions

2004

  • Vincent Poinas, “Forêt fauve” Citizen K, Spring 2004, pgs 190-195, reproductions

2003

  • Julie Ryan, “Lisa Ruyter at Georg Kargl” Tema Celeste, November-December 2003, pg 111, reproduction
  • Dan Halm, “Lisa Ruyter” Visual Arts Journal, Fall 2003, pg 18-21, reproductions
  • Reverend Jen, “Lisa Ruyter Interview” ASS (Art Star Scene) Magazine, 2003, pgs 48-51, reproductions
  • Doris Krumpl, “Eine Amerikanerin in Wien” Der Standard, September 11, 2003, pg 13
  • Charlie Finch, “The World Belongs to Lisa,” ArtNet Magazine, www.artnet.com, January 28, 2003
  • Howard Halle, “Lisa Ruyter ‘Follow the Boys’” Time Out New York, January 2-9 2003, pg 59, reproduction
  • Manami Fujimori, “Very New York!” BT, January 2003, pgs 36, 42, photograph, reproduction

2002

  • “Goings On About Town, Lisa Ruyter,” The New Yorker, December 9, 2002
  • Cate McQuaid, “Abstract landscapes? This painter makes it compute,” Galleries (Review), The Boston Globe, December 13, 2002, Weekend pg E19
  • Bob Nickas, “Best of 2002″ Artforum, December 2002, pgs 116-117, reproduction
  • Corey Takahashi, “On the Streets, MoMA’s Giving the High Sign” Newsday, October 20, 2002, pg D31, photograph
  • Phyllis Tuchman, “Signage of our times-billboard art” NY Daily News, October 9, 2002, pg 42, photograph
  • Michael Cohen, “Decentralization and Diversity, A Report From New York,” Wolgan Misool, February, 2002, pgs 84-91, reproductions, in Korean

2001

  • Howard Halle, “Lisa Ruyter,” Elle Decor, October, 2001, pgs 78-84, reproductions
  • David Hunt, “Lisa Ruyter, Leo Koenig Inc.,” Flash Art, October, 2001, p 103, reproduction
  • Robert Mahoney, “Lisa Ruyter at Leo Koenig,” Art in America, September, 2001, p 157, reproduction
  • Lisa Ruyter, “Top Ten,” Artforum, September, 2001, p 48
  • Louise Lepore, “W Style Flash: Early Risers,” W, September, 2001, pgs 458-62, reproductions
  • Jonathan Gilmore, “Lisa Ruyter,” Tema Celeste, May-June, 2001, p 83, reproduction
  • Alexandra Peers, “Contemporary Art’s ‘New’ Look,” The Wall Street Journal, March 9, 2001, p W14, reproduction
  • Erik Bakke, “Lisa Ruyter” NYArts Magazine, April, 2001, p 25, reproduction
  • Kim Levin, “Shortlist, Lisa Ruyter” The Village Voice, March 6, 2001, p 94
  • M. Coignet, “Couleur Ruyter,” Jalouse, April, 2001, p 116-117, reproduction
  • Barry Neuman, “Lisa Ruyter,” Boiler Magazine, March 2001, boilermag.it, reproductions
  • Gerhard Waldherr, “Prinz König,” Deutsch Vogue, No. 38, April, 2001, pgs 116,118, reproduction
  • Brita Sachs, “Puzzlespiele: Lisa Ruyter bei Binder in München,” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, March 31, 2001, reproduction
  • Justin Hoffmann, “Die Atmosphäre der Farbe,” Süddeutsche Zeitung, March 19, 2001, reproduction
  • “Goings On About Town, Lisa Ruyter,” The New Yorker, March 5, 2001, p 24
  • Christian Viveros-Fauné, “Lisa Ruyter,” New York Press, February 21-27, 2001, p 21, reproduction
  • Charlie Finch, “Leo and Lisa, Lather and Light,” ArtNet Magazine, February 15, 2001, artnet.com, reproductions
  • Christopher Chambers, “Pastoral Pop!,” dArt International, Winter 2001, p 50-51

2000

  • BlastUP News, “Colors,” Blast, November 2000, p 34, reproduction
  • Bob Nickas, “Colors By Numbers,” Dutch, November/December 2000, p 31, reproduction
  • Clémentine Vermont, “Lisa Ruyter, Jack Featherly,” Art Press, November 2000, p 87-88, reproduction
  • “Madison Avenue’s Art Attack,” W Magazine, November 2000, p 82, reproduction
  • Jonathan Goodman, “Pastoral Pop!, ,” Contemporary Visual Arts, Issue 31, p 38-43, reproduction
  • Peter Nagy, “Against Nature” Time Out New York, August 24-31, 2000
  • Chris MacLeod, “Nature Knows Best” West Side Spirit, August 24, 2000
  • Ariella Budick, “Shifting Landscapes” Newsday, August 20, 2000
  • Kim Levin, “Shortlist, Pastoral Pop!” The Village Voice, August 16-22, 2000
  • Ken Johnson, “Pastoral Pop!,” The New York Times, August 11, 2000, p E 34
  • Logan Hill, “On View: Paradise Paved,” New York, August 7, 2000, p 87
  • “Goings On About Town,” (Pastoral Pop) The New Yorker, August 7, 2000, p 12
  • Anne Wehr, “It’s Second Nature” (pick/listing), Time Out New York, July 20-27, 2000, p 75, reproduction
  • “Arts & Leisure Guide,” The New York Times, July 16, 2000, (listing w reproduction) p.33
  • “Congratulations,” Smock, Premiere issue, 2000
  • Martin Coomer, “I Hate New York,” Time Out London, June 7-14, 2000
  • “exporama,” artpress, May 2000, p 7
  • Jonathan Goodman, “Greater New York,” Contemporary Visual Arts, issue 29, spring 2000 pps 27-28
  • “Expositions: Un réalisme à la mode abstraite,” Tempo, l’agenda culturel du temps, No. 105, (Geneva) April 15-21, 2000 (reproduction, in French)
  • Holland Cotter, “New York Contemporary, Defined 150 Ways,” The New York Times, March 6, 2000 p E1,5
  • Jerry Saltz, “Greater Expectations,” The Village Voice, March, 2000
  • Christian Viveros-Faune, “Great Expectations,” New York Press, March 8-14, 2000
  • Faye Hirsch, “Working Proof,” Art on Paper, January-February, 2000
  • Grady T. Turner, “Beautiful Dreamers,” Flash Art, January/February 2000, reproduction
  • Antonella Crippa, “Review: Lisa Ruyter,” Tema Celeste, January/February, 2000: in Italian, reproduction
  • Francesco Bonazzi, “Lisa Ruyter,” Juliet, Nov 99-Jan 00, p 50 (reproductions, in Italian)

1999

  • Bob Nickas, “Interview,” Index, November/December, 1999: reproductions
  • Michael Cohen, “Pittura a New York; L’Ottimismo E L’Energia,” Flash Art International, October/November 1999, reproduction
  • Michael Lavine, “Iconographs,” Raygun, October 1999, p. 56
  • Meghan Dailey, “Jeff Elrod/Lisa Ruyter,” Artforum, Summer 1999, p. 157: reproduction
  • Bob Nickas, “People make paintings to prove they exist,” Tema Celeste, March/April, 1999: in Italian, reproduction
  • “Goings On About Town,” The New Yorker, March 29, 1999
  • Ken Johnson; “Art Guide: Lisa Ruyter/Jeff Elrod,” The New York Times, March 19, 1999
  • Claudine Ise, “Lisa Ruyter at Ace,” The Los Angeles Times, March 5, 1999
  • Simon Watson, “Visual Art,” Simon Says, March, 1999, vol. 3 issue 7: reproduction
  • Odili Donald Odita, “Lisa Ruyter at Mitchell Algus and Kenny Schachter/Rove,” Flash Art, January/February 1999, reproduction
  • Phoebe Hoban, “Hot Paints,” New York Magazine, January 11, 1999

1998

  • Odili Donald Odita, “Lisa Ruyter at Mitchell Algus and Kenny Schachter/Rove,” Connect,
    http://plexus.org/connect, December 1998, reproduction
  • Bill Arning, “Review: Lisa Ruyter at Mitchell Algus and Kenny Schachter/Rove,” Art in America, December 1998, p. 99: reproduction
  • Ken Johnson; “Review: ‘White’ at Mitchell Algus Gallery,” The New York Times, August 7, 1998
  • Martha Schwendener, “Review: ‘Planet Hollywood’,” TimeOut New York, July 9, 1998, p. 62
  • Amy Chaiklin, “Studio Visit; Lisa Ruyter,” NY Arts Magazine, July/August, 1998: reproduction
  • Roberta Smith; “Review: ‘Painting Now and Forever, Part I’,” The New York Times, July 24, 1998
  • Holland Cotter; “… The New Center of Gravity,” The New York Times, May 15, 1998
  • Simon Watson, “Art Picks,” Simon Says, May, 1998, vol. 2 issue 9: reproduction
  • Robert Mahoney; “A Delicate Condition,” ArtNet Magazine, April 27, 1998: reproduction

1997

  • Martha Schwendener, “Review: ‘Diamond Dogs’,” TimeOut New York, July 10, 1997
  • Lawrence Nassau, “Review: ‘Diamond Dogs’,” New York Arts Magazine, July/August, 1997: reproductions
  • Kim Levin, “Voice Choices,” The Village Voice, June 10, 1997
  • Kim Levin, “Voice Choices,” The Village Voice, May 27, 1997
  • Roberta Smith, “Despite Changes, a Gallery Scene That’s Resilient and Vital,” The New York Times, May 9, 1997
  • Felicia Feaster, “Lisa Ruyter at One Great Jones,” Reviews, Art in America, February 1997: reproduction

1995

  • Matthew Ritchie, “The Third Sex,” Theory, Flash Art, February 1995

1994

  • Sara Rossiter, “Lisa Ruyter,” Ouverture, Flash Art, October 1994: reproductions
  • Kim Levin, “Voice Choices,” The Village Voice, January 11, 1994

1993

  • Sue Scott, “Margaret Curtis, Lisa Ruyter, ArtNews, November 1993
  • Jerry Saltz, “Mayday,” Art in America, September 1993: reproduction
  • Roberta Smith, “Shades of Rebirth for Painting,” The New York Times, June 18, 1993
  • Kim Levin, “Voice Choices,” The Village Voice, June 15, 1993
  • Michael Corris and Bob Nickas, “Punishment and Decoration,” Artforum, April 1993: reproduction