Selected Works

Goshka Macuga, Time As Fabric, New Museum, New York, 2016
Goshka Macuga, Time As Fabric, New Museum, New York, 2016
Goshka Macuga, Time As Fabric, New Museum, New York, 2016
Goshka Macuga, Time As Fabric, New Museum, New York, 2016
Goshka Macuga, To the Son of Man Who Ate the Scroll, 2016, android, plastic coat, handmade shoes (shoe 1: expandable foam; shoe 2: cardboard, linen), Photo Delfino Sisto Legnani Studio, Courtesy Fondazione Prada
GOSHKA MACUGA TO THE SON OF MAN WHO ATE THE SCROLL, installation view, Fondazione Prada, Milano
GOSHKA MACUGA TO THE SON OF MAN WHO ATE THE SCROLL, installation view, Fondazione Prada, Milano
GOSHKA MACUGA TO THE SON OF MAN WHO ATE THE SCROLL, installation view, Fondazione Prada, Milano
GOSHKA MACUGA TO THE SON OF MAN WHO ATE THE SCROLL, installation view, Fondazione Prada, Milano
Goshka Macuga, installation view, Frieze Art Fair, 2014
Goshka Macuga, installation view, performance at the Berlin Biennale, 2014
Goshka Macuga, installation view, performance at the Berlin Biennale, 2014
Goshka Macuga, Death of Marxism, Women of All Lands Unite, 2013, wool tapestry, 560 x 290 cm
Goshka Macuga, Of what is, that it is, of what is not, that is not I, 2012, wool tapestry, 520 x 1740 cm
Goshka Macuga, Of What Is, That It Is, Of What Is Not, That Is Not II, 2012, wool tapestry, 320 x 1160 cm, installation view, dOCUMENTA (13), Queen's Palace, Kabul, Afghanistan
Goshka Macuga, installation view at Documenta, Kassel, 2012
Goshka Macuga, installation view of It Broke from Within, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 2011
Goshka Macuga, installation view of It Broke from Within, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 2011
Goshka Macuga, installation view, Venice Biennale, 2009
Goshka Macuga, installation view, 2009 Textile Art & The Social Fabric MuHKA, Antwerp, 2009
Goshka Macuga, The Nature of the Beast, installation view at Catello di Rivoli, 2010
Goshka Macuga, On the Nature of the Beast, 2009, wool tapestry, 290 x 560 cm
Goshka Macuga, The Nature of the Beast, installation view at Catello di Rivoli, 2010
Goshka Macuga, installation view, Kunsthalle Basel, 2009
Goshka Macuga, installation view, Kunsthalle Basel, 2009
Goshka Macuga, installation view, Kunsthalle Basel, 2009
Goshka Macuga, installation view, Santhal Family, MuHKA, Antwerp, 2008
Goshka Macuga, installation view, Sao Paulo Biennale, 2006
Goshka Macuga, installation view, Sao Paulo Biennale, 2006
Goshka Macuga, installation view, Turner Prize, 2008, Tate Britain
Goshka Macuga, installation view, Turner Prize, 2008
Goshka Macuga, installation view, Turner Prize, 2008
Goshka Macuga, Boy & Girl, installation view, Objects in Relation, Art Now, Tate Britain, 2007
Goshka Macuga, Sleep of Ulro, The Furnace Commission, A Foundation, Liverpool, 2006
Goshka Macuga, Sleep of Ulro, The Furnace Commission, A Foundation, Liverpool, 2006
Goshka Macuga, Sleep of Ulro, The Furnace Commission, A Foundation, Liverpool, 2006
Goshka Macuga, Sleep of Ulro, The Furnace Commission, A Foundation, Liverpool, 2006
Goshka Macuga, British Art Show, 2005-6, Baltic Gateshead
Goshka Macuga, British Art Show, 2005-6, Baltic Gateshead
Goshka Macuga, installation view, The Straight or Crooked Way, RCA, London, 2003
Goshka Macuga, Picture Room, Gasworks, London, 2003
Goshka Macuga, Somnambulist, 2006, carved wood, fibreglass, real hair, fabric clothes, 33 x 200 x 53 cm
Goshka Macuga, The Obedient, 2010, collage on hand printed silver gelatine print, 33 x 52 cm (unframed)
Goshka Macuga, Stalking Horses, 2007, hand printed silver gelatine print, 40.5 x 30.5 cm
Goshka Macuga, Rock Formation, 2007, hand printed silver gelatine print, 30.5 x 40.5 cm
Goshka Macuga, Madame Blavatsky, 2007, carved wood, fibreglass, fabric clothes, chairs, 114 x 190 x 74 cm
Goshka Macuga, The Past is a Foreign Country: They do Things Differently There (detail), 2006, site-specific installation, Institut Mathildenhöhe, Darmstadt, Germany

Press

Born 1967 in Warsaw, lives and works in London
SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2016 Now this, is this the end… the end of the beginning or the beginning of the end? (part 1),Schinkel Pavilion, INDEX Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Time as Fabric, New Museum, New York, USA
To the Son of Man Who Ate the Scroll, Fondazione Prada, Milan, Italy
2014 Preparatory Notes for a Chicago Comedy, 8th Berlin Biennale, Museen Dahlem, Berlin, Germany
Public Address: Goshka Macuga Tapestries, Lunds Konsthall, Sweden
Madness and Ritual, Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle, Munich, Germany
2013 Goshka Macuga: Non-consensual act (in progress), Index, The Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation, Stockholm, Sweden
Sxuality of Atoms, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, USA
2012 Goshka Macuga, Andrew Kreps, New York, USA
Exhibit A, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, USA
Goshka Macuga, Kate MacGarry, London, UK
Untitled, Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle, Munich, Germany
Goshka Macuga. Untitled, Zachęta National Gallery of Art, Warsaw, Poland
It Broke from Within, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, USA
2010 Goshka Macuga, Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle, Munich, Germany
2009 The Bloomberg Commission – Goshka Macuga, Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK
Goshka Macuga – I Am Become Death, Kunsthalle Basel, Germany
All That is Solid Melts into Air, Mechelen, Belgium
2008 Goshka Macuga: Gottessegen, Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle, Munich, Germany
2007 Objects in Relation, Art Now, Tate Britain, London, UK
What’s In a Name, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, USA
2006 Sleep of Ulro, The Furnace Commission, A Foundation, Liverpool, UK
2005 Goshka Macuga, Kate MacGarry, London, UK
2003 Kabinett der Abstrakten, Bloomberg Space, London, UK
Picture Room, Gasworks Gallery, London, UK
2002 Friendship of the Peoples (with Declan Clarke), The Project, Dublin, Ireland
Untitled, Fundacja Galerii Foksal, Warsaw, Poland
Homeless Furniture, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
2000 Cave, Kunstakuten, Stockholm, Sweden
1999 Cave, Sali Gia, London, UK
GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2017 Fifteen, Kate MacGarry, London, UK
The Absent Museum, WIELS, Brussels, Belgium
Perpetual Movement, Contemporary art, dance and ideas, The Lowry, Manchester, UK
2014 Report from the Exhibition Goshka Macuga & Eustachy Kossakowski, Kate MacGarry, London, UK
2013 Tagore’s Universal Allegories (with Anna Boghiguian), Iniva, London, UK
Busted, The High Line, New York, USA
Revolution from Within, Kaufmann Repetto, Milan, Italy
2012 dOCUMENTA (13), Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kassel, Germany and Queen’s Palace, Kabul, Afghanistan
2011 Secret Societies: To Know, To Dare, To Will, To Keep Silence, CACP, musee d’art contemporain de Bordeaux, France
2010 Traccia 02 (with Pinot Gallizio), curated by Francesca Comisso, Galleria Martano, Turin, Italy
Newspeak: British Art Now pt.1, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK
The Curse of Imagination, The Bunkier Sztuki Contemporary Art Gallery, Krakow, Poland
Tutto e’ connesso: ricerche e approfondimenti nell’arte dell’ultimo decennio attraverso la collezione, Castello di Rivoli, Turin, Italy
Strange Comfort (Afforded by the Profession), curated by Adam Szymczyk, Istituto Svizzero, Rome; travelling to Kunsthalle Basel in 2011, 2010
Star City, The Future Under Communism, Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham, UK
Use & Mention, Stephen Lawrence Gallery, University of Greenwich, London, UK
Eastbound, KAI 10, Raum für Kunst, Düsseldorf, Germany
2009 We’re Moving, Royal College of Art, London, UK
The Dark Monarch: Magic and Modernity in British Art, Tate St.Ives, St. Ives, UK
Textile Art and the Social Fabric, MuHKA Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium
53rd Venice Biennale: Fare Mondi/Making Worlds, Corderie dell’Arsenale, Venice, Italy
Modern Ruins, Kate MacGarry, London, UK
2008 Turner Prize 2008, Tate Britain, London, UK,  September 2008 – January 2009
That beautiful pale face is my fate (For Lord Byron), Newstead Abbey, Nottinghamshire, UK
The Great Transformation: Art and Tactical Magic, Frankfurter Kunstverein; travelling to MARCO, Museo de Arte Contemporanea de Vigo, Spain
Tales of Disbelief, La Galerie, Noisy-le-Sec, France
5th Berlin Biennial for Contemporary Art, Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany
Cohabitation: 13 Artists and Collage, Francesca Kaufmann, Milan, Italy
Martian Museum of Terrestrial Art, Barbican Art Gallery, London, UK
Santhal Family: Positions Around an Indian Sculpture, MuHKA Museum of Contemporary Art, Antwerp, Belgium
2007-06 We’ve Lost Our Heart and Mind, Event Gallery, London, UK, December 2006 – January 2007, 2006
2006 Mula sem Cabeça (Headless Mule), How to Live Together, 27th São Paulo Biennial, Brazil, October – December
Moving in Architecture, (selected by Cyril Lepetit), Camden Arts Centre and Curzon Cinema Soho, London, UK
Mathilda is Calling, Institut Mathildenhöhe, Darmstadt, Germany
3rd Attese Biennale di Ceramica nell’ Arte Contemporanea, Museo della Ceramica Manlio Trucco, Albissola Superiore, Italy
16th Biella Prize for Engraving (curated by Jeremy Lewison), Museo del Territorio Biellese, Biella, Italy, 2006
2005 Communism, Project Arts Centre, Dublin, Ireland
The British Art Show, Baltic & touring the UK
Go Between, Amt der Landeshauptstadt Kultur, Bregenz, Austria
Can Buildings Curate? Architectural Association, London, UK
Spring/Summer, curated by Simon Moretti, Program, London, UK
2004 Automn Catalog Leather Fringes, Kunsthalle Basel, Switzerland
Perfectly Placed, South London Gallery, London, UK
Expo 21: Strategies of Display, Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham, UK
Expo 21: Strategies of Display, Mead Gallery, Coventry, UK
Relay, PR04, Puerto Rico
Trackers, PM Gallery, London, UK
Tonight, Studio Voltaire, London, UK
2003 Vis á Vis, Platform, London, UK
Ponce, The Ship, London, UK
Creek, Cell Project, London, UK
The Straight or Crooked Way, Royal College of Art, London, UK
Chockerfuckingblocked, Jeffrey Charles Gallery, London, UK
2002 T.O.F.U, Barts Wells Institute, London, UK
The New Religious Art, Liverpool Biennale, Liverpool, UK
London Underground, Taipei Fine Art Museum, Taipei, Taiwan
Pause, Conception, Gwangju Biennale 2002, Project 1, Gwangju, South Korea
The House of Horror, Outline Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
The New Religious Art, Henry Peacock Gallery, London, UK
Woof Woof, Becoming Animal, Project, Dublin, Ireland
2001 Zawody Malarskie, Galeria BWA Bielsko-Biala, Poland
Open Plan P 3 The Marathon, Alphadelta Gallery and Artio Gallery, Athens, Greece
Woof Woof, Becoming Animal, Austrian Cultural Forum, London, UK
Skuggspel, Tullkammaren, Umea, Sweden
Teeth & Trousers, Cell Project Space, London, UK
Forever Yours, Wooden Heart, London, UK
Free Wahlen/Uptight out of control 3, Staatliche Kunsthalle, Baden Baden, Germany
Avalanche, Hales Gallery, London, UK
Curatorial Mutiny Part 4, Nylon, London, UK
A very nice film club, Vilma Gold, London, UK
1999 The Mountain and the Valley, Cubitt Gallery, London, UK (curated with Dexter Dalwood and Matthew Leahy)
EDUCATION
1995-96 Goldsmiths College, MA Fine Art
1991-95 Central St. Martins, BA Hons Fine Art
ARTIST PUBLICATIONS
 2013 Roelstraete, Dieter, Szymczyk, Adam; Macuga, Goshka; Grynsztejn, Madeleine, Goshka Macuga: Exhibit, A, Chicago: Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, MCA Monographs,
 2011 Eleey, Peter, and Bartholomew Ryan, Goshka Macuga: It Broke From Within, Minneapolis: Walker Art Center
Brewinska, Maria (ed.), Goshka Macuga: Untitled, Warsaw: Zacheta Narodowa Galeria Sztuki
 2010 Macuga, Goshka; Roelstraete, Dieter, The Nature of the Beast, London: Whitechapel Gallery
 2007 Bond, Bryony; Boundy, Fiona; Macuga, Goshka, Sleep of Ulro, Liverpool: A Foundation, Liverpool, London: Kate MacGarry & Rotterdam: Veenman Publishers
 
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS & EXHIBITION CATALOGUES
2012 dOCUMENTA (13), Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz
2010 Pirovano, Stefano, Forma e informazione – nuove vie per l’astratto nell’arte del terzo millennio, Monza: Johan & Levi Editore
Farquharson, Alex, and Lukasz Ronduda (ed.), Star City: The Future Under Communism, Nottingham: Nottingham Contemporary
Contemporary Eastern European Art, London: Black Dog Publishing
Creamier – Contemporary Art in Culture, London: Phaidon
2009 The Dark Monarch: Magic and Modernity in British Art, London: Tate
Herbert, Martin, Frieze Art Fair Yearbook 2009- 2010, London: Frieze
Roelstraete, Dieter, All That Is Solid Melts Into Air, Antwerp: MuHKA & Tielt: Lannoo Publishers
Birnbaum, Daniel, Fare Mondi/Making Worlds: 53rd Venice Biennale, Venice: Marsilio Editori
Ellegood, Anne (intro.), Vitamin 3D: New Perspectives in Sculpture and Installation, London: Phaidon
2008 Turner Prize, London: Tate Britain
Morton, Tom, Frieze Art Fair Yearbook 2008-9, London: Frieze
Fables du Doute/Tales of Disbelief, La Galerie centre d’art contemporain, Noisy-le-Sec
Filipovic, Elena & Adam Szymczyk (ed.), 5th Berlin Biennial for Contemporary Art: When Things Cast No Shadow, Zürich: JRP/Ringier & Berlin: KW Institute for Contemporary Art
Manacorda, Francesco, Martian Museum of Terrestrial Art, London: Merrell Publishers
Watson, Grant & Will Bradley, Anshuman Dasgupta, Monika Szewczyk (ed.), Santhal Family: Positions Around an Indian Sculpture, Antwerp: MuHKA
2006 Beil, Ralf, Mathilda is Calling, Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz
Lewinson, Jeremy, 16th Biella Prize for Engraving: Art in the Age of Anxiety, Milan: Skira
2005 Morton, Tom, Frieze Art Fair Yearbook 2005-6, London: Frieze
Fetz, Wolfgang & Peter Lewis, Go Between, 2005, Frankfurt am Main: Revolver
2003 Patten, Eliza, The Straight or Crooked Way, London: Royal College of Art
SELECTED PRESS
2013 Janeczko, Janice. “Goshka Macuga’s “Exhibit A”, The Northwestern Chronicle, 2 April
Diaz, Eva. “Goshka Macuga”, Artforum, January, p. 208
Gronvall, Andrea, “Collage Therapy”, Chicago Reader, 4 February
Waxman, Lori. “Artist as prosecuter”, Chicago Tribune, January 30
Weinberg, Lauren, “Goshka Macuga at the Museum of Contemporary Art,” Time Out Chicago, 14 February
2012 “Goshka Macuga,” Frieze, November/December, 176
“Goshka Macuga,” Art in America, December, 148-155
Lequeux, Emmanuelle, Une Documenta historique”, Beaux Arts, August, 26-29
Arend, Indo, “Rosen fur Kabul”, Das Kunstmagazin, August, 40-44
“Goshka Macuga: of what is, that is; of what is not, that is not,” Numero Tokyo, September, 144
Harms, Ingeborg, “Weiter Blick,” Vogue Deutsch, August, 200-201
Fritsch, Werner, ” Was Kassel mit Kabul verbindet”, HNA, 12 June, KU1
Rosenau, Mirja, “Goshka Macuga”, Das Kunst Magazine, June, 84
Viliana, Andrea, “Momentary Monuments and Half-Truths,” Mousse Magazine, Issue 34, Summer, 186-195
Ankerman, Door Karel; Bouma, Hilda, Aha!”, Persoonlijk, 16 June, 26-30
Arend, Ingo, “City with K:Documenta in Afgan”,  Goethe Institute, online only
Phongsathorn, Thomas, “My V&A Goshka Mazuga,” V&A Magazine, Summer, 66-69
Luke, Ben, “Documenta Opens to Critical Acclaim”, The Art Newspaper, 12 June
Redzisz, Kasia, “Goshka Macuga,” Frieze, March, 148
Volk, Gregory, “documenta 13: Books, Afghanistan, and Both,”  Art in America, June, online only
Volk, Gregory, “Goshka Macuga,” Art in America, January, online only
2011 “Goshka Macuga: It Broke from Within”, Walker Magazine, March/April, 33
Macuga, Goshka & Julian Gastelo Gastelo, “Snake Society,” Konteksty, Warsaw: Polska Sztuka Ludowa
Roelstraete, Dieter, “Forest for the Trees,” Artforum, September, 322-327
Burley, Isabella, “The Nature of The Beast”, Tiger Magazine, September, 48-53
Sutton, Kate, “Critics’ Picks: Goshka Macuga at Walker Art Center,” Artforum, online only
Watson, Grant, “Antimateria,” Flash Art, May-June, 142-145
2010 “In the Archive,” Arc: The Journal of the Royal College of Art, Issue 14, summer, 37-41
Noble, Kathy, “The New Décor,” Frieze, October, 241
Yaziki, Didem, “Art, Propaganda, and Politics: Goshka Macuga,” Res Magazine, March, 130-3
 2009 Adams, Stephen, “Tapestry of Picasso’s Guernica marks Whitechapel gallery reopening,” telegraph.co.uk, 01 April
Bailey, Martin, “Controversial tapestry to star in Whitechapel reopening,” The Art Newspaper, 26 January, 31-32
Farronato, Milovan, “Images from the region of Nowhere,” Mousse magazine, April- May, 19-24
Glover, Michael, “Goshka Macuga at the Whitechapel Gallery,” The Times, 30 March, 9
Glover, Michael, “Picasso’s fury screams out still,” The Independent, 24 March, 17
“Goshka Macuga: The way I see it,” New Statesman, 19 March
Herbert, Martin, “Essay: The New Modernism, Sitting Defunct Modernity in Search of Something Useful,” Tate Etc, Spring, 62-6
Januszczak, Waldemar, “Clash of Symbols,” The Sunday Times, March
“Knowing This… Goshka Macuga in conversation with Monika Szewczyk,” Afterall, Spring, 72–80
Lubbock, Tom, “East Meets Best,” The Independent, 3 April, 4-5
MacKenzie, Florence, “Modern Ruins,” Frieze, March, online only
Mirolla, Miriam, “Making Worlds – Goshka Macuga,” L’Uomo Vogue, May/June
Roelstraete, Dieter, “Great Transformations: On the Spiritual in Art, Again,” Afterall, Spring, 5-15
Scharrer, Eva, “Goshka Macuga: Kunsthalle Basel,” Modern Painters, May, 70
Searle, Adrian, “Whitechapel Gallery reopens with Picasso and anthrax,” The Guardian, 31 March
Sharp, Chris, “The Meta-Artist Goes Radical: Goshka Macuga’s complex and multilayered practice,” Kaleidoscope Magazine, March – April, 73-9
Watson, Grant, “Friendship of the Peoples: On the work of Goshka Macuga,” Afterall, Spring, 64–70
Wolinski, Michal, “Okiełznać bestię,” Piktogram, October
2008 Akbar, Arifa, “Shortlist for Turner Prize promises end to male domination,” The Independent, 14 May, 12-13
Adams, Stephen, “Shortlist for Turner is dominated by women,” The Daily Telegraph, 14 May, 13
Coulson, Amanda, “The Great Transformation,” Frieze, October, 137
Cumming, Laura, “Shhh…it’s the Turner Prize,” The Observer, 5 October, 17
“Goshka Macuga,” The Times, 1 October, 3
Searle, Adrian, “Nurses and Curses,” The Guardian, 30 September, 27-29
Smith, Roberta, “Frieze Art Fair Feels a Big Chill,” The New York Times, 18 October, C1
Sumpter, Helen, “Turner Prize 2008,” Time Out, 9-15 October, 49
2007 Griffin, Jonathan,  “Goshka Macuga,” Frieze, July
Bonham-Carter, Charlotte, “Goshka Macuga,” ArtPress, October, 105
Coxhead, Gabriel, “Goshka Macuga,” Time Out London, 18-24 July, 36
Evans, Jonathan, “Putting Relations in Perspective,” The Independent, 30 June
Farquharson, Alex, “Looking Back: Emerging Artists,” Frieze, January/February, 136
Pradalier, Armelle, “Goshka Macuga,” Flash Art, May-June, 133-4
Sherwin, Skye, “Goshka Macuga: The New Museum,” ArtReview, April, 62-5
Wilson, Michael, “Goshka Macuga,” Artforum, April, 258-9
Zolghadr, Tirdad, “Die Watchlist de luxe für 2007,” Monopol, January, 87
2006 Baal, Iphgenia, Dazed & Confused, Issue 135, March, 123
“Beuys, Böcklin, Kippenberger und Co.,” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 14 July
Cruwell, Kostanze, “Das brüllende Lachen des Großherzogs Ernst Ludwig,” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 18 August
Griffin, Jonathan, “Liverpool Biennial,” Frieze, November/December, 158
Griffin, Jonathan, “Focus: Goshka Macuga,” Frieze, May/June, 236
Herbert, Martin, “Belgian Artist, Presumed Dead, Alive in Brazil. Marcel Broodthaers Resurrected at the São Paulo Biennial,” Modern Painters, October, 81-85
Mulholland, Neil, “British Art Show 6,” Flash Art, January/ February, 100
Mulholland, Neil and Andrew Hunt, British Art (does It) Show?,” Frieze, January/ February, 132-7
Rappolt, Mark, “Not All Ha, Ha, Hee, Hee: Liverpool Biennial,” Art Review, Sept, 25
2005 Danby, Charles, Dazed & Confused, Issue 258, 60
Suchin, Peter, “British Art Show 6,” Untitled 36, 60
 “Goshka Macuga,” The Guardian Guide, 5-11 March 2005, 37
2004 Craddock, Sacha, “Goshka Macuga,” Contemporary, Issue 64
O’Neill, Paul, “I am a curator,” Art Monthly, Issue 275, April, 7-10
2003 Arnatt, Matthew, “Creek,” 100 Reviews, April, 15
Bany, K., “Prosta lub kreta droga,” Dziennik Polski, 14 March
Bronstein, Pablo, Goshka Macuga, Gasworks,” Untitled, Issue 30, Summer
Edwards, Charlotte, “Behind the Scenes,” Art Review, February, 35
Herbert, Martin, “Bloomberg Space East End: Goshka Macuga,” Time Out, November 12, 54
Herbert, Martin, “Royal College of Art: The Straight or Crooked Way,” Time Out, March 26, 54 
Herbert, Martin, “Gasworks South: Goshka Macuga,” Time Out, March 5, 50
Menin, Samuel and Valentina Sansone, Sculpture Forever,” Flash Art, Vol. 36, May- June, 122-129
O’Reilly, Sally, Goshka Macuga and Declan Clarke,” Frieze, Issue 75, May, 95-96
Triming, Lee, “Goshka Macuga at Gasworks,” Flash Art, Vol. 36 Issue 229, March – April, 50
2002 Wysokie Obcasy, Issue 47, 23 November
Dallas, Sorcha, “Goshka Macuga and Nick Evans at Transmission,” Make 92, 12.
Dunne, Aidan, All the pretty horses,” The Irish Times, 17 January, 14
Gregos, Katerina, “International News: Athens,” Contemporary, January
2001 Brown, Neal, “3 in 1 Curatorial Mutiny Part 4,” Frieze, Issue 60, 110-119
Edwards, Charlotte,”Let’s get to work,” Art Review, Vol. 52, January, 34-39
Kielebasiak, Lukasz, “Totalne przegiecie,” Gazeta Wyborcza, 19 November
Kielebasiak, Lukasz, “Nowoczesnie w BWA,” Gazeta. pl:Katowice, 19 November
O’Reilly, Sally, “3 in 1,” Evening Standard, Time Out, Art, Issue 1598, 25 March
Sjogren, Andreas, Nar London moter Kaddis, 1,5
Wolinski, Michal, “Goshka Macuga, Artystka ktora moze,” Fluid, Issue 10
Wade, Gavin, and Aleksandra Mir, “Beyond Borders,” [a-n] Magazine for Artists, June, 35
2000 Andersson, Fred, “Konst,” Svenska Dagbladet, 28 October
Forberg, Nils, “Cave,” Nojesguiden, October
Houldswoth Fine Art, “Sexy,” The Guardian, 20 July
Nestius, Lena, “Konst,” Nojesrepubliken Soderamal, 4 November

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