Selected Exhibitions

ARTISTS ARE ESSENTIAL WORKERS, ART IS AN ESSENTIAL SERVICE

August 8 - September 29, 2020
East Hampton, NY

Noise and the Possibility of a Future

November 21-23, 2019
Venice Conservatory of Music
Venice, Italy

Rumor to Delusion

May 5 – November 24, 2019
Zuecca Project Space
La Biennale di Venezia, Italy

NEUROMACHT [NEUROPOWER]

April 14 - September 1, 2018
PRISKA PASQUER Gallery
Köln, Germany

Color of Politics / The Statisticon Neon

April 28 – August 19, 2017
Verein zur Förderung von Kunst und Kultur am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz e.V., Berlin, Germany

The Palinopsic Field

June 15 – August 14, 2016
LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions)
Los Angeles, CA (US)


Selected Press

Warren Neidich on ‘the Emancipatory Capacity of Art’

in The East Hampton Star by Mark Segal


The Abyss of Uncertainty

C.A.R.E. LTD in Whitehot Magazine by James Salomon


Signs are Everywhere

Drive-By-Art in Artforum by Christina Catherine Martinez


INTERVIEW: WYBC Yale Radio

Interview with Brainard Carey (Museum of Nonvisible Art)


INTERVIEW: Kunstforum International

by Ann-Katrin Günzel (German and English PDFs)


COGNITIVE CAPITALISM: Neidich, Denny, Popescu, Harney, and Ndikung at the SFSIA Berlin

Saas-Fee Summer Institute of Art in 032c by Niklas Egberts


On Cognitive Capitalism

Interview by Hans Ulrich Obrist


A Berlin Intensive at the Juncture of Theory, Praxis, and Art

Saas-Fee Summer Institute of Art in Art & Education by Jennifer Teets


The Color of Truth

The Color of Politics in Der Tagesspiegel by Claudia Wahjudi


Warren Neidich: LACE

The Palinopsic Field in Artforum by Andy Campbell


On Visualized Vision In The Early Photographic Work Of Warren Neidich

in Theory, Culture & Society by Susanne Neubauer


DARE | Warren Neidich

The Book Exchange in Dare | Magazin für Kunst und Überdies by Nicole Büsing and Heiko Klaas


INTERVIEW: SPOT Houston Center for Photography

Hans Ulrich Obrist in conversation with Warren Neidich


Warren Neidich at Steffany Martz

in Art in America by Cathy Lebowitz


Turning Japanese (In)

American History Reinvented in Artforum by John Welchman