Tom Sachs

Tom Sachs

Tom Sachs, born in 1966, lives and works in New York, his native city. Sachs re-envisions modern iconography, masterpieces of engineering, and popular and industrial inventions of the 20th century. He revisits, in model form, both history-making space shuttles and the MacDonald’s workplace. From the module of Apollo 11 to Hello Kitty, Sachs plays with genres and “brand image”. In fact, he doesn’t refrain from taking major luxury brands and ripping them out of their contexts. The themes central to his universe focus on American culture and society, which he treats with a heavy dose of humor and sarcasm. Attentive to detail and the finished result, he executes his work using both high and low materials. Most often, his models are created out of foamboard, and some of his sculptures are cast in bronze. Sachs is a sculptor in the classical sense of the term. Like a Carl Zeiss lense, his unique designs break down the history of our production techniques even as they underline the meaning behind them, from their excellence to their alienation.

Awards

2012


Aspen Art Award, by Aspen Museum of Art, Aspen, CO


 


1987


Architectural Association Furniture Prize, awarded by Tom Dixon, London, England


Solo exhibitions

2017    


“Space Program 3.0: Europa,” Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, California


 


2016   


“Nuggets,” Jeffrey Deitch, New York, New York


“Tom Sachs: Boombox Retrospective, 1999-2016,” Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, New York


“Tom Sachs: Tea Ceremony,” The Noguchi Museum, Queens, New York


 


2015


"Tom Sachs: Boombox Retrospective 1999 – 2015", The Contemporary Austin, Austin, Texas


"Nuggets", Lora Reynold's Gallery, Austin, Texas


 


2014


"Barbie Slave Ship," Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg, Austria


"American Handmade Paintings," Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, France


"Chawan", Salon 94, New York, USA


 


2013


"Barbie Slave Ship," Saint-Just Church, Lyon Biennale, France, September 2013 – January 2014.


"STORE," 8/ Art Gallery/ Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo, Japan, February – Mars 2013.


 


2012


"Nautical Challenge and Other Voodoo," Baldwin Gallery, Aspen, CO, December 2012 – January 2013. 


"Tom Sachs Space Program: MARS," Park Avenue Armory, New York, NY, May – June 2012.


 


2011


"Tom Sachs WORK," Sperone Westwater, New York, NY, November – December 2011.


"Drawings 2003-2010," Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, France, January – February 2011.


 


2009


"Tom Sachs: Cameras," Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT, USA, June – September 2009.


"Skateboards," Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac (Editions space), Salzburg, Austria, May – July 2009.


 


2008


"Tom Sachs," Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, France, October - November 2008.


"Tom Sachs," Baldwin Gallery, Aspen, Colorado, July - September 2008.


"Tom Sachs," Lever House, New York, May - September 2008.


"Tom Sachs: Animals," Sperone Westwater, New York, May - June 2008.


 


2007


"Tom Sachs: Logjam," Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, September – December 2007.


"Tom Sachs: Logjam," Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, IA, May - August 2007.


"Tom Sachs: Islandia," Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, France, January -


February 2007.


 


2006                      


"Tom Sachs," Fondazione Prada, Milan, Italy, April - June 2006.


"Tom Sachs - Survey: America, Modernism, Fashion," Astrup Fearnley Museet for


Moderne Kunst, Oslo, Norway, January - April 2006.


 


2005                      


"Tom Sachs: McDonalds," Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo, Japan, April – May 2005.


"Vanity," Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Austria, July 2005.


"Tom Sachs: Dedicated to the Memory of Ben Plummer 1968-2004," Baldwin Gallery,


Aspen, January 2005.


 


2004                      


"Connecticut," Sperone Westwater, New York, May -  June 2005.       


 


2003                      


"Holiday Spectacular," Printed Matter, Inc., New York, November – December 2003.


"Tom Sachs, New Paintings," Galleria Cardi, Milan, October – November 2003.


"Nutsy's," Deutsche Guggenheim, Berlin, July - October 2003.


"Disaster, (Featuring Andy Warhol)" Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, March - April.


 


2002


"Nutsy's," The Bohen Foundation, New York , November 2002 – February 2003. 


"Le Corbusier B Sides," Mario Diacono Gallery, Boston MA, May 2002.                   


 


2001                      


"Selector," Galleria Cardi, Milan, Italy, October – November 2001. (catalogue)


"White," Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, France, January – February 2001. (fanzine)


"Lamps, Bitch Lounge & Quarter Screws," A/D Gallery, NYC, New York, January – February 2001.


 


2000                      


"American Bricolage," Sperone  Westwater, New York, NY, November – December 2000.


"Test Module Five (Urinal)," Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo, Japan, April – May 2000.


"Defender," Baldwin Gallery, Aspen, Colorado, February – March 2000.


 


1999                      


"Haute Bricolage," Mary Boone Gallery, NYC, New York, September – October 1999. (fanzine)


"W.W.J.B.D. and other Smash Hits," Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg, Austria, August – October 1999.


"Stairmaster," Mont Blanc Factory, Hamburg, Germany, July 1999.


"Tom Sachs," Mario Diacono Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts, March – April 1999.


"Burn Baby Burn," Mont Blanc Store, NYC, New York, June – March 1999.


"SONY Outsider," SITE Sante Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico, February – March 1999. (catalogue)


"Creativity is the Enemy," Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, France, January -  February 1999.


 


1998                      


"Creativity is the Enemy," Thomas Healy Gallery, NYC, New York, April – June 1998.                                 


                                  


1997                      


"Tom Sachs: Cultural Prosthetics," Milleventi, Milan and Turin, Italy, March – May. (catalogue)


"Cultural Prosthetics," John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco, California, March – April 1997.


"Tom Sachs: Cultural Prosthetics," Galleria Gian Enzo Sperone, Rome, Italy, March – April 1997. (catalogue)


 


1996                      


"Tom Sachs," Mario Diacono Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts, November – December 1996.


 


1995                      


"Cultural Prosthetics," Morris-Healy Gallery, NYC, New York, December 1995 – January 1996.


                                  


1994                      


"Tom Sachs," Window display, Whitney Museum of American Art, Store Next Door, NYC, New York.


                                                                     


1993                      


"ICFF," Jacob Javitz Center, NYC, New York


"Watch Me Work," Allied Cultural Prosthetics, NYC, New York


Group exhibitions

2015


Space Age, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Pantin, France


Re-Corbusier. Seize œuvres contemporaines à la Maison La Roche,


Fondation Le Corbusier, Paris, France


Ed Ruscha, Gagosian Gallery, Paris, France


Sings/Words, Sperone Westwater, New York, USA


 


2014


"Satan Ceramics", Salon94 Freemans, New York, USA


“5 Year Anniversary Group Show,” Ever Gold Gallery, San Francisco, CA.


 


2013


“Booster, Art Sound Machine,” Marta Herford Museum, Herford, Germany


“Piston Head: Artists Engage the Automobile,” Venus Over Manhattan.


“Meanwhile...Suddenly and Then,” 12th Lyon Biennale, Lyon, France


“Engagement,” Artzuid, Amsterdam, The Netherlands


“From Picasso to Koons: The Artist at Jeweler,” Bass Museum of Art, Miami


“Disaster” Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, France 


“Out of the Box: The Rise of Sneaker Culture” The Bata Shoe Museum, Toronto


“La Derniere Vague” La Friche de Belle Mai, Marseille, France


“Second Season” MUSEUM, New York
“Merci Mercy,” 980 Madison Ave 3rd Floor, New York


 


2012


“Untitled (Giotto’s O),” Sperone Westwater, Lugano, Switzerland, November 2012 – February 2013.


“For the Martian Chronicles,” L&M Arts, Los Angeles, November 2012 – January 2013.


“White: Marble and Paint, From Antiquity to Now,” Robilant & Voena, London, England, October – December 2012.


“Regarding Warhol: Sixty Years, Fifty Artists,” Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, September - December 2012.


“Garden of Eden,” Palais de Tokyo, Paris, September – November 20012.


“to keep us in the dark ages of color’,” DIEAUSSTELLUNGSSTRASSE, Vienna, September 2012.


“St. Moritz Art Masters,” Badrutt’s Palace Hotel, St Moritz, Switzerland, August – September 2012.


“Vik Muniz, Tom Sachs,” Galerie Gian Enzo Sperone, Sent, Swtizerland, July – September 2012.


“Transmission LA: AV Club,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, April – May 2012.


“Invitational Exhibition of Visual Arts,” The American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, March – April 2012.


“Brucennial 2012,” New York February – April 2012.


“Portraits / Self-Portraits from the 16th to the 21st Century,” Sperone Westwater, New York, January – February 2012.


 


2011


“Fresh Kills,” Anonymous Gallery, Mexico City, November 2011 – January 2012.


 “Astrup Fearnley Collection,” Bienal Pavilion, Sao Paulo Bienal, Sao Paul, Brazil, September – April 2011.


 “NASA / ART: 50 Years of Exploration,” National Air and Space Museum, Washington D.C, May – October 2011.


“Space. About a Dream.” Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria, April – August 2011.


“Happy Tech- Macchine dal Volto Umano,” Palazzo Re Enzo, Bologna, Italy, February 2011; Triennale Bovisa, Milan, Italy, February – March 2011.


 


2010


“Hunters and Gatherers,“ Gian Enzo Sperone, Sent, Switzerland, December 2010 – March 2011.


“Robot Dreams,” Museum Tinguely, Basel, Switzerland, June –September 2010; Kunsthaus Graz, Graz, Austria, October 2010 –January 2011.


“The Life of the Object,” Baer Ridgway Exhibitions, San Francisco, CA, April – May 2010.


“Self-Fulfilling Prophecies,” Leo Koenig Inc., New York, March – April 2010.


“Meet Me Outside,” Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills, CA, February 2010.


“The Happening of Blind Sculpture” (Performance by Gelitin with Tom Sachs, Gedi Sibony, Junah Sibony, Jon Kessler), Greene Naftali, New York, 6 February 2010.


 


2009


“In Numbers: Serial Publications by Artists,” X Initiative, New York, December 2009 –January 2010.


"Bike Rides: The Exhibition," Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, September 2009 –January 2010.


"Stages," Park Avenue Armory, New York, NY, October 2009.


"Small packages," Art Production Fund LAB/American Standard Gallery, New York, September – October 2009.


"STAGES," Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Paris, France, July – August 2009.


"A house is not a home," BC Magazine, Paris, France, July – September 2009.


"A House Is Not A Home," BC Magazine, Paris, France, July -  September 2009.


"STAGES," Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Paris, France, July – August 2009.


"Sculpture Show," Sperone Westwater, New York, NY,  June –  September 2009.


"Words are Diamonds," Laleh June Galerie, Basel, Switzerland, May -  July 2009.


"SIGN/AGE, Part Three: Fight the Power," Armand Bartos Fine Art, New York, March – April 2009.


"Better History," The America Standard Gallery, New York, March – April 2009.


"Schizmo," 10 Vyner Street, London, UK, February – March 2009.


"The Garden at 4AM," Gana Art Gallery, New York, February - March 2009. (brochure)


 


2008     


"Wall Rockets: Contemporary Artists and Ed Ruscha," FLAG Art Foundation, New York, October, 2007 - January, 2009.


"I Won't Grow Up," Cheim & Read, New York, June - August, 2008.


"Dear Velo," Bicycle  Film Festival and Partners & Spade, New York, May – June 2008.


 


2007                      


"Contemporary, Cool, and Collected," The Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, North


Carolina, October 2007 - December 2008. (catalogue, p.130)


"Timer: Intimita/Intimacy"  L'arte contemporanea si guarda dentro, Milano, Italy,


March - June 2007.


"Disorder in the House," Vanhaerents Art Collection, Belgium, March 2006.


"Branded and on Display," Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois at Urbana-


Champaign, January - March 2007. (catalogue)


                                  


2006  


"Only the Paranoid Survive," Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art,


September - January 2007.


"Fantastic Politics: Art in Times of Crisis," Nasjonalmuseet For Kunst, Arkitektur, Og


Design, Norway, October 2006 - February 2007. (catalogue)


"Will Boys Be Boys?  Questioning Adolescent Masculinity in Contemporary Art," Indianapolis Museum of Art, October 2006 - January 2007. (brochure)


"This is America! Contemporary Art and American Photorealism," Centraal Museum,


Utrecht, Netherlands, June - October 2006; Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork, Ireland, November 2006 - February 2007 (catalogue).


"Freeze! A Selection of Works from a New York Collection," Robilant + Voena +


Sperone, London, October - November 2006.


"New York, New York: Fifty Years of Art, Architecture, Cinema, Performance,


Photograph and Video," Grimaldi Forum, Monaco, July - September


2006.


"SURVEY - America - Modernism - Fashion," Astrup Fearnley Museet Kunst, Oslo,


Norway, January - April, 2006.


 


2005     


"Public Sculpture Invitational," Herron School of Art and Design, Indianapolis, Indiana,


May 2005 - August 2006.


"Sculpture," The Cartin Collection, Hartford, CT, October - December 2005.


"Die Dritte Dimension," Galerie Haas & Fuchs; Galerie Michael Haas, Berlin, March


- April 2005. (catalogue)


"Homestyle," Leo Castelli Gallery, April - May 2005.


 


2004 


"DESIGN ≠ ART: Functional Objects from Donald Judd to Rachel Whiteread," Cooper


Hewitt National Design Museum, September 2004 - February 2005; Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, August 2004 - October 2005.


"Will Boys Be Boys?  Questioning Adolescent Masculinity in Contemporary Art," The


Salina Art Center, Salina, Kansas, November 2004 - January 2005.


"26th Bienal de Sao Paulo," Pavilhao Ciccillo Matarazzo, Parque do Ibirapuera, Sao Paulo, Brazil, September – December 2004. (catalogue)


"…So Fresh, So Cool!," Galleria Cardi, Milan, June - September 2004.


"Sculptural Sphere," Sammlung Goetz, Munich, March – September 2004. (catalogue)


 


2003     


"Materials, Metaphors, Narratives: Work by Six Contemporary Artists," Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, October 2003 – January 2004.


"No Canvas, " Galleria Cardi, Milan, February – April 2003.


 


2002


"Good News," Galleria Cardi, Milan, Italy, June – July 2002. (catalogue)


"Self-Medicated," Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, January – December 2002.


 


2001                      


"The Armory Show 2001," with Tomiyo Koyama, NYC, New York.


"The Armory Show 2001," with Gian Enzo Sperone, NYC, New York.


"Art at the Edge of the Law," Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT, June – September 2001. (catalogue)


" 'da Warhol al 2000' Gian Enzo Sperone 35 anni di mostre fra Europa e America,"


Art Center, Des Moines, Iowa; Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY.


"Camera Works," Marianne Boesky Gallery, NYC, New York.


"My Reality: Contemporary Art and the Culture of Japanese Animation," Des Moines


Palazzo Cavour, Torino. (catalogue)


"Andy Warhol Knives," Sperone Westwater, NYC, New York, February – April 2001.


"Ironical Instinct," Galleria Cardi, Milan, Italy, January – February 2001.


"Making the Making," Apex Art, NYC, New York, January – February 2001.


 


2000                      


"Fabula: Consumer Media and Contemporary Art," Cranbrook Art Museum,


Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, December 2000– April 2001.


"Toys," Kagan Martos Gallery, NYC, New York, December 2000 – January 2001.


"Expressions in Wood," Max Fish, NYC, New York, December 2000.


"American Bricolage," curated by Tom Sachs & David Leiber, Sperone Westwater, New


York, November - December 2000. (catalogue)


"C2C," New Langton Arts, San Francisco, California, September – November 2000.


"Arte Americana, Ultimo Decennio," Ravenna, Logetta Lombardesca, April – June 2000. (catalogue)


"He Swam Down, Away," Audiello Fine Art, NYC, New York.


"Material Perception," Bank of America Plaza, Charlotte, North Carolina. (Catalogue)


"Hedge," Thomas Healy Gallery, NYC, New York.


"Food for Thought," New Jersey Center for the Visual Arts, Summit, New Jersey.


Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


"Chicago Art Fair," with Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Chicago, Illinois.


"Seven New York Artists," Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden.


"Destruction/Creation," Ubu Gallery, NYC, New York.


Art/31/Basel, with Gian Enzo Sperone/Sperone Westwater, Basel, Switzerland.


"Hand-Made in the U.S.A.," Sprovieri Gallery, London, England.


 


1999                      


"Thinking Aloud," Kettle's Yard, Cambridge; Cornerhouse; Manchester; and Camden Arts Centre London, England (Catalogue)


"Comfort Zone: Furniture by Artist," Paine Webber Art Gallery, NYC, New York


"Exposing Meaning in Fashion Through Presentation," Brooklyn Bridge Anchorage,


Brooklyn, New York


"Paper: A Retrospective," Holly Solomon Gallery, NYC, New York


"Persuasion," Lombard-Fried Gallery, NYC, New York


"Dysfunctional Sculpture," Center Galleries, Detroit, Michigan


"Making Change," The Jewish Museum, San Francisco, California


"Readymade Project," Wunderkammer, London, England


"Coup d'Etat," Alleged Gallery, NYC, New York  


"The Stroke," Exit Art, NYC, New York


 


1998     


San Francisco Art Fair, San Francisco, California


"New York," Gallery F15, Moss, Norway. (Catalogue)


"Bathroom," Thomas Healy Gallery, NYC, New York


"Ensemble Moderne: The Still-Life in Contemporary Painting and Sculpture,"


Galerie Thaddeus Ropac, Salzburg, Austria and Paris France (Catalogue)


Gramercy International Art Fair, with Thomas Healy Gallery, Miami, Florida


 


1997                      


"The Subverted Object," Ubu Gallery, NYC, New York


"Road Show  '97," Bronwyn Keenan Gallery, NYC New York


"Icons: Modern Design and the Haunting Quality of Everyday Objects,"


San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, California


"Summer Group Show," Sperone Westwater Gallery, NYC, New York


"Thirty-Third Annual Exhibition of Art on Paper," Weatherspoon Art Gallery,


University of North Carolina, Greensboro, North Carolina. (Catalogue)


"Thirty-Third Annual Exhibition of Art on Paper," Weatherspoon Art Gallery,


University of North Carolina, Greensboro, North Carolina. (Catalogue)


Gramercy International Art Fair, with Thomas Healy Gallery, Los Angles, California


 


1996                      


"Shred Sled Symposium," Thread Waxing Space, NYC New York


"On/In/Through," Morris-Healy Gallery, NYC, New York                    


"American Dreamin," Linda Kikland Gallery, NYC, New York (Heidi Zuckerman,


 Curator)


Gramercy International Art Fair, with Morris-Healy Gallery, NYC, New York


 


1995                      


"Inaugural Exhibition," Paul Morris Gallery, NYC, New York


"Occupato," Bennett Roberts Fine Art, Los Angles, California


Gramercy International Art Fair, with Morris-Healy Gallery, NYC, New York


 


1994


"ICCF Windows," Barney's, NYC, New York


"The Bong Show," Alleged Gallery, NYC, New York


"Pathetic Masterworks," Alleged Gallery, NYC, New York


"Kill All Artists," Public Performance, NYC, New York


"Red Windows," Barney's, NYC, New York


 


1993                      


"Shopping Cart Furniture," display window with Dries van Notten, Barney's, NYC, New York         


 


1992     


"Exhibition," Allied Cultural Prosthetics, NYC New York


"10 Steps," Muranushi Lederman, NYC, New York


"Minimal Tricks," Alleged Gallery, NYC, New York


 


1991                      


"Denied Access Parking Lot," L.A. Eats, Los Angeles, California


 


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2014  


Nys Dambrot, Shana. “Better Art…?” Vs. Magazine Spring/Summer 2014, page 88. Print


Feireiss, Lukas. “Memories of the Moon Age, A Lunar love affair” Uncube Magazine No. 19: 37. Online.


Sachs, Tom. “Tom Sachs: Why Artists Must Shun The Digital Printer” www.artphaire.com 2014 New York. February 4, 2014.


 


2013  


Sachs, Tom. “Tom Sachs: Why I Built ‘Barbie Slave Ship’” www.artphaire.com 2013 New York. November 14, 2013.


Sachs, Tom. “Tom Sachs: Why I make Art” www.artphaire.com 2013 New York. November 13, 2013.


Savage, Adam. “The Talking Room: Adam Savage Interviews Tom Sachs” www.tested.com 2013. California. September 25th, 2013.


Creahan, Daniel. “Lyon: Tom Sachs – “Barbie Slave Ship” at the Lyon Biennale Through January 5th, 2014” ArtObserved.com 2013 New York. September 18, 2013.


L’Officiel, “Storyboard: Flight Safety Film”. June – August, 2013.


Zoellner, Andrew. “The Outer Limits” American Craft Vol.73, No.3 June/July 2013, page 27. Print.


Hibino, Yasuyo. “Tom Sachs” Huge: Mongo! June 2013, Issue 102: 64. Print.


Schaufler, Peter. "Ute Thon Tom Sachs: Giftgas, Giftset 1998." Schauwerk Sindelfingen: 100 Künstler, 100 Werke, 100 Positionen. Köln: DuMont, 2010. N. 168-169. Print.


Brisick, Jamie. “Tom Sachs & The Curse of Creativity” Huck: curated by the gonz!. Feb/March 2013, Issue 37: 89. Print.


Sachs, Tom. “Future Greats: Pat McCarthy selected by Tom Sachs” ArtReview. March 2013, Issue 66: 104. Print.


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Heyman, Marshall. "This Woman Is Changing the Way We See Art." The Wall Street Journal Feb. 2012: 75. Print.


Sachs, Tom. “Neil Armstrong.” The New York Times Magazine December 30, 2012: 14. Print.


Reneau, Olivier. “L’Art de la Guerre,” Le Magazine de L’Optimum, March 2012, No. 41: 74. Print.


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Hastreiter, Kim. "Booty Call: Supply Edition.” Paper May 2012: 109. Print.


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Sachs, Tom. “Recreational Dive Planner.” Opening Ceremony Annual, 2012, Issue 01. 285. Print.


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2011  


In the Name of the Artists – American Contemporary Art from the Astrup Fearnley Collection. Gunnar B. Kvaran (curator)
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"Jungle Mouvant: Tom Sachs Et Les Frères Starn." Interview by Tom Sachs. Jalouse Oct. 2011: 246-47. Print.


Levy, Ariel. "Brand-New Bag." The New Yorker 25 Apr. 2011: 30-41. Print.


Mancino, Geco. "Tom Sachs: Order-Creativity." Casa Vogue Apr. 2011: 160-65. Print.


Matt, Gerald, Walter Famler, and Catherine Hug. Weltraum. Die Kunst Und Ein Traum = Space. About a Dream. Nürnberg: Verl. Für Moderne Kunst, 2011. Print.


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Tom Sachs: WORK. Advertisement. Art in America Nov. 2011: 9. Print.


Tom Sachs 'Work' Advertisement. Speed 2011: 98. Print.


Vanderbilt, Tom. "Creativity Is the Enemy of Innovation!" The Wall Street Journal Nov. 2011: 30-34. Print.


Vogel, Carol. "Artist Tom Sachs Plans Mission to Mars." New York Times [New York City] 04 Oct. 2011, Arts sec.: C3. Print.


 


2010  


Thomas, Silke. Popular Brands, Symbols, Icons ; 1960 - 2010 ; 20. November 2010 - 19 February 2011, Galerie Thomas Modern. München: Galerie Thomas Modern, 2010. Print.


Donoghue, Katy. "Lance Armstrong- The Secret Is Out." Whitewall Winter 2010: 100. Print.


Chauveau, Jonathan. "Tom of New York." Blast Winter 2010: 120-25. Print.


"Tom Sachs." IdN Fall 2010: 40-41. Print.


Valve 002 (2010): Cover. Print.


Fahsbender, Federico. "Tom Sachs Remix." Remix Aug. 2010: 56+.


Print.


Kramer, Klaas. Souverane Markenfuhrung: Managementkonzept


Zur Fuhrung Von Marken Im Zeitalter Von Social Media. Berlin: SCM, 2010. 79. Print.


Wolf, Guillaume. "Tom Sachs." Whitewall Summer 2010: 60-63.


Print.


Philbrick, Inigo. "Coordenadas De La Mision: Estudio." ARS Magazine [Madrid] Apr. 2010, Numero 6 ed.: 104+. Print.


 


2009  


Biber, Katherine. "Bad Holocaust Art." Ed. Rebecca Scott Bray and Derek Dalton. Crime Scenes Law Text Culture 13 (2009): 226+. Print.


Yoon, Joy. "Rough Around the Edges: Tom Sachs." New Order 2009: 224-31. Print.


O’Reilly, Sally.  “Boule to Braid.”  Time Out London, 16-22 July: 44.


Newman, Jason.  “I Like to Brag that I’m the Second Most Talented Jewish Carpenter of All Times.”  Intersection, Spring 2009, Issue 15: 60-65.


Prodhon, Francois-Claire.  “Ceci n’est pas une Chaise Stick Sachs.” BC/BE [Paris], Spring 2009, Design/Inside section: 98+.


“Diary: Tom Sachs, Claridge’s Room 134, May 28 – June 1, 2008,” Whitewall, Winter 2009, p. 78.


“U.S. Collectors Weekend New York, 8 March 2009.” Centre Pompidou Foundation News, May 2009, Vol 2 no 1 ed.: 1-2.


“Tom Sachs.”  Tokyojin, May 2009, No 267 ed.: 103.


Montrasio, Giuliana. "Tendenze D'Autore: Tom Sachs (1966)." Art Economy 24 7 Mar. 2009: 24.


Montrasio, Giuliana. "Intervista A Tom Sachs (1966)." arteconomy24.ilsole24ore.com 6 March 2009. Il Sole 24 Ore. 12 Mar. 2009.


Sachs, Tom, Andy Spade, and Bill Powers. "Tom Sachs: Space Program." Book Signing & Panel Discussion. 192 Books, New York. 5 March 2009.


Loria, Vivianne. "Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac." ABC [Madrid] 15 February 2009, ABCDARCO N° 4 ed., sec. Critical Eye (El Ojo Critico): 12.


“From French Vogue.” Vogue [Shanghai], February 2009, Vogue World sec: 87.


Mar, Alex. "Sperone Westwater." NYmag.com 2009. New York. 27 January 2009.


"Mary Boone Gallery Chelsea." NYmag.com 2009. New York. 27 January 2009.


Placek, Matthu. "Made In Manhattan (Translated from the Chinese)." Chinese Vogue, January 2009: 232-41.


Norimatsu, Minako. "Madamoiselle M - I Wanna Be Parisian: Minako's Fashionable Column." Spur January 2009: 99.


Bezzan, Cecilia. "Tom Sachs." Artpress [Paris] January 2009, 352nd ed., Expositions sec.: 80.


Pratt, Ken. "Tom Sachs: Brand New Meaning." Wound v. 5, 2009: 295-303.


 


2008                      


Rebollar, Monica F. "Tom Sachs." Lapiz 248 [Madrid] December 2008, 248th ed., Profile sec.: 5-93.


Lopez, Cristiana.  “In Disguise: Cartoons and the Superwoman.” Arpel, N° 178, December 2008, p. 52-57.


Mao, H.W. "Metropolitan Paris." Men's Uno - Taiwan December 2008.


Benhamou-Huet, Judith. "Incorruptible Tom Sachs." BC/BE Contemporary Winter 2, pg. 28+.     



Cappellozzo, Amy. "T-10 Minutes to Liftoff and Counting Tom Sachs." Slash Winter 2008: 32+.


"Peakaboo."

Aspenpeak Winter 2008: 220.


"Jousets Geants Face A La Tour Eiffel." Le Journal de Paris 1 November 2008, Samedi ed., sec. Insolite: 1.


Benhamou-Huet, Judith. "La Fiac, Pas Si Mal." Le Point N1886 November 2008: 142.


Gars-Chambas, Marylene. "Agenda 3 Novembre." L'Officiel November 2008: 44.


Slonim, Jeffrey. "Hurricanes and Turkey." Interview November 2008: 142-43.


"Tom Sachs Sur Le Parvis Du Trocadero." 16 Le Journal De Votre Depute Maire November 2008: 23+.


Serwin, Skye. "Tom Sachs." Art Review November 2008: 28+.


Wacrenier, Segolene. "Est Un Jeu D'Enfant!" Madame Figaro 18 October 2008: 3.


Vogel, Carol. "L'agent Provocateur." Paris Vogue October 2008: 309+.


Wang, Joy Y. "The A List." Avenue October 2008: 98.


Mayer, Mariano. "Constructores." NEO2 [Madrid] October 2008, 77th ed.: 138+.


Smith, Roberta. "Using Old Materials To Put A New Face On A Museum." The New York Times 25 September 2008, sec. Art & Design.


Mitchell, Charles D. "'Uncommon Sense' at TCU." The Dallas Morning News 24 September 2008, sec. Arts, Culture & Entertainment.


"'Uncommon Sense' Exhibit At TCU Gallery." Fort Worth Business Press 8 September 2008, sec. Arts Briefs.


Robinson, Gaile. "Uncommon Sense." Fort Worth Star-Telegram 5 September 2008, 2, sec. In The Galleries.


Boucher, Brian. "A Crass Menagerie." Art in America September 2008: 128-35.


"Loud And Up Close." V Magazine Fall 2008: 64.    


O"Brien, Glenn. "All Talk." Bergdorf Goodman Fall 2008: 34.


Smith, Roberta. "Tom Sachs: 'Bronze Collection.'" The New York Times 29 August 2008: E18.


Smith, Roberta. "Tom Sachs: 'Bronze Collection.'" The New York Times 1 August 2008: E22.


Ukom, Toru. "Vibration from The City." Huge August 2008: 59.


"Contents." Interview July - August 2008: 16.


Rose, Aaron.  “Tom Sachs: Half-Pipes, Kitties, & The Great Existential Abyss,” Whitewall Summer 2008: pp. 112-127.         


Smith, Roberta. "Tom Sachs: 'Bronze Collection.'" The New York Times 27 June 2008: E21.


Smith, Roberta.  “Tom Sachs.”  The New York Times 13 June 2008: E26.


Smith, Roberta. "Tom Sachs: "Bronze Collection." The New York Times 5 June 2008: E21.


Ayers, Robert.  “Tom Sachs.” artinfo.com 10 June 2008.


“Tom Sachs.” The New Yorker 2 June 2008: p. 12.


Davis, Peter. "Sachs Park Avenue." Avenue June 2008: 20+.


"Larger Than Life." Vanity Fair June 2008: 64.


Baker, RC. "Tom Sachs." The Village Voice May-June 2008: 37.


Goodstein, Andrew M. "Kitsch Kitties." New York Post 26 May 2008: 11-12.


Wu, David.  “Tom Sachs Interview.” Wallpaper.com 14 May 2008. Yablonsky, Linda.  “Sin and Redemption,” artforumdiary.com  13 May 2008.


Sheets, Hilarie M. "This Is His Life: A Blue Whale And Hello Kitty." The New York Times 4 May 2008, sec. Arts & Leasure: 23.


Jay, Ricky. "The Wizard Makes the Artist Tom Sachs Talk Like a Philosopher." Interview May 2008: 102+.


Collins, Lauren. "Sachs & Co." The New Yorker 14 April 2008: 23-24.


Strauss B, Laurence C. "Leveraged Loans, Ready for Lift Off" Barron's [New York City] 21 April 2008, sec. Credit Hunch: 58+.


Jay, John C. "Insider Art: Tom Sachs." Spread April 2008: 70-73.


Viladas, Pilar. "Jane's Addiction." The New York Times Spring 2008, sec. Style          Magazine: 256-57.


Johnson, Richard. "Cupid's arrow." New York Post 14 February 2008, sec. Page Six: 10.


Vesilind, Emili. "Art & Commerce: Painting The Town Fendi." Los Angeles Times 10 February 2008, sec. News: 12.


"Dennis Scholl Interviews Tom Sachs." Interview with Dennis Scholl. The Morning, Noon, & Night Show. Plum TV. Aspen, CO. 2 January 2008.


Charlotte, Anne. "Hello Paris." Extra Small [Paris] January 2008/2009, 13th ed., News sec.: 10.


Satorius, Katherine. "Tom Sachs." ArtUS January & February 2008: 24-25.


Holmes, Steven, et. al. Festschrift : Selections from a Collection Hartford, CT: Leo P, 2008.


Evangelisti, Silvia. Arte Fiera/Art First.  Bologna: Renografica Edizioni D’arte, 2008.


Bello, Katnira, ed. Las Lineas De La Mano. Coyoacan: Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, 2008.


 


2007     


"Tom Sachs, un Assembleur Infernal," Le Monde, 27 January 2007.


Fleming, Jeff.  Tom Sachs: Logjam. Des Moines: Des Moines Art Center, 2007.


Pacquement, Alfred. Collection Art Contemporain.  Paris: Editions du Centre Pompidou,


2007, p. 404.


Perez-Hill, Shanna, "One Giant Leap for Tom Sachs," City, September 2007, p.22.


McQuaid, Cate, "With this artist, Home Depot meets Marcel Duchamp," Art Review,


Boston Globe, 12 October 2007.


Taft, Catherine, "Over the Moon," http://artforum.com/diary/, 16 October 2007.


Klanten, Robert and Lukas Feireiss. SpaceCraft: Fleeting Architecture and Hideout.


Berlin: Die Gestalten Verlang, 2007, p. 201.


Streitfield, L.P. "Armed and Disarmed: Tom Sachs," from Conversation on Sculpture,                                                          Ed. Glenn Harper.  (New Jersey: ISC Press, 2007). P. 100-105.


Olbricht, Thomas. "Rockers Island from the Olbricht Collection," Germany: Steidl/Folkwang Museum, 2007.


Hobbs, Robert.  Contemporary Cool and Collected: The Mint Museums. North Carolina:


The Mint Museums, 2007, p.130-131.


 


2006     


Gibson, Jeff, "Tom Sachs: Fondazione Prada", Artforum, January 2006, p. 112.


Tom Sachs: Survey, America-Modernism-Fashion, exhibition catalogue, Astrup


Fearnley Museet for Moderne Kunst, 2006.


Thibodeaux, Julianna. "Drive by Art," Nuvo News Weekly, 14 June 2005


"This is America! Contemporary Art and American Photorealism," exhibition catalogue,


Centraal Museum, Utrecht, 2006.


Noe, Paola. "Tome Sachs: Fondazione Prada," Modern Painters, June 2006, pp. 119-120.


Brevi, Manuela. "I Bricolage, Maestosi di Sachs," Arte, May 2006, p. 61.


This is America! Contemporary Art and American Photorealism, exhibition catalogue,


Centraal Museum Utrecht, Amsterdam, 2006


New York, New York: Fifty Years of Art, Architecture, Cinema, Performance,


Photography and Video, exhibition catalogue, Grimaldi Forum, Monaco, pp.492-495.


O'Brien, Glenn, "Steady as He Goes," BlackBook, Oct/Nov 2006, pp. 82-85.


Bollen, Christopher, "On the House," The New York Times Style Magazine, 8 October 2006, pp. 114-116.


No. 1: First Works by 362 Artists, edited by Francesca Richer and Matthew Rosenzweig,


Distributed Art Publishers, 2006, p. 332.


Ellipse Foundation Contemporary Art Collection, Cascais, Portugal, 2006.


Bollen, Christopher. "A History of Violence," V Magazine, Fall 2006, pp. 172-173.


Fantastic Politics: Art in Times of Crisis, exhibition catalogue, Nasjonalmuseet For


Kunst, Arkitektur, Og Design, p. 152-155.


 


2005     


Amy, Michael, "You talkin' to me?": Violence in Contemporary Art," DITS: Violence,


III, 5, Winter/Spring 2005, pp. 18-31.


"Die Dritte Dimension," Exhibition catalogue, Galerie Haas & Fuchs; Galerie Michael


Haas, Berlin, 18 March - 30 April 2005.  


"The Human Touch: Selections from the RBC Dain Rauscher Art Collection," Essays by


Kathy Halbreich and Don McNeil, 2005, pp. 80-81


Richer, Francesca and Rosenzweig, Matthew (ed.), "No.1: First Works by 362 Artists, D.A.P New York, NY 2005, pp. 332


 


2003     


Tom Sachs Nutsy's, (New York: The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, 2003)


"Tom Sachs: Nutsy's," Sculpture, March 2003, pp. 24-25.


Kessler, Jon, "Tom Sachs," Bomb Magazine, March 2003, pp.  69-75.


Caniglia, Julie, "80's Again, Tom Sachs", Artforum, March 2003, p. 240.


Pollack, Maika, "Spotlight: Tom Sachs," Flash Art, March - April 2003, pg. 107


Trainor, James, "Tom Sachs," Tema Celeste, June 2003, p. 88


Villasenor, Maria-Christina, "Nutsy's World Explained: An Interview with Tom Sachs,"


Guggenheim Magazine, Summer 2003, pp. 32-37.


Vincent, Steven, "Tom Sachs," Art Auction, Summer 2003, p. 22.


McDonough, Tom, "A Day at the Races," Art in America, July 2003, p. 58.


O'Brien, Glenn, "Notes on Nutsy's," from Tom Sachs: Nutsy's, Berlin: Deutsche


Guggenheim, 2003, pp. 104-109.


M.S., "Tom Sachs:  Nutsy's, Deutsche Guggenheim, Berlin," The Art Newspaper, No.


138, July-August 2003, p. 24.


Tom Sachs, contributor, "The Kate Moss Portfolio:  'The Nutsy's McDonald's'," W    


 Magazine, September 2003, pp. 432-433.


Picardie, Justine, "Burger queen:  Kate Moss as you've never seen her," The Daily


Telegraph, Saturday, September 13, 2003, p. 22.


M.D., "Acquisitions: Tom Sachs, Unité, 2001," Guggenheim Magazine, Fall 2003, p. 15.


"Tom Sachs: Seal of Approval," Printed Matter, 2003.


Boodro, Michael, "Tinsel Town," The New York Times Magazine, 21 December 2003,


p. 56.


 


2002


Streitfeld, L.P., "Armed & Disarming: The Haute Bricolage of Tom Sachs," Sculpture,                           


May 2002, pp. 34-39.


Meneguzzo, Marco, Translation by Amanda Coulson, "Tom Sachs," Tema Celeste,


January/February 2002, p. 76


Soloman, Deborah, "Designer Death Camp," The New York Times Magazine,


10 March 2002, p. 19


Knight, Christopher, "'Self-Medicated' Is Anything but Sedate," Los Angeles


Times, 25 January 2002, p. F36


 Als, Hilton, "Sachs and the City," A+18, Autumn/Winter 2002-2003, pg. 312.


Morton, Tom, "Review: Hand Made in USA," Britart.Com, February 2002.


Newhall, Edith, "Sachs of Toys," New York Magazine, 11 November 2002, p. 140


Valdez, Sarah, "The Bohen goes Nuts," Time Out New York, 14-21 November 2002,


pg. 80.


 


2001     


Halley, Peter, "Tom Sachs," Index, June/July 2001, pp. 24-32


 


2000                      


Pincio, Tommaso, "Generazione P," Il Manifesto, 11 November 2000, p.20-21


Forrest, Jason, "Interview with Tom Sachs," Superficial Dragon, Fall Edition, p.7-10


Helfand, Glen, "Critics Choice: Art," San Francisco Bay Guardian, October 4-10.


Perrin, Cedric Saint Andre, "What is Fashion (Today)?," Beaux Arts, October 2000,


(illus: "Prada Valuemeal" p. 8-9, C. "Hermes Rat", p.21, C.)


Staff, "Pardon Our Appearance," Issue 17, 2000, p. 88. (illus: "Tiffany Rat", p. 88, C.)


Marcoci, Roxana, "The Anti-Historical Approach: Brancusi, Our Contemporary,"


Art Journal, Summer 2000, pp. 18-35


Staff, "Tom Sachs," Bijutsu Techo, August 2000, pp. 129-136. (illus: Photo of


Tom Sachs by Chie Sumiyoshi, p. 135, Drawing by Tom Sachs, p. 134,


"Test Module Five (Urinal)," p. 133, C., "Test Module Five (Urinal) Study",


p. 132, C., "Hello Kitty", p. 131 C., "Kill All Artists", p.130, C., "Chanel


Guillotine", p.129, C., "Remember Pearl Harbor", p. 129, C., "Buckaneer",


p.129, C., " Chanel Chainsaw", p. 129, C.)  


Staff, "Tokyo," Geijitsu Shicho Shinchosa, June 2000, p. 91


Staff, "Provocative is his Middle Name," Composite, 11:15 (April 2000)


Staff, "Entropy at Ubu and Feigen," The Art Newspaper, No. 102, p.77 (April 2000)


DiPietro, Monty, "Plastic Cup Gives Lie to Bad-Boy Posturing," Asahi Evening    News, 20 April 2000, p.9


Purvis, Jennifer, "Subverting Reality with Waste," The Japan Sunday Times,


30 April 2000, p.13


Staff, "What is Art?" Le Millenium, (Shiseido Company), No. 30, 2000


Peretz, Eugenia, "Art and Science," Vanity Fair, March 2000, p.166


Sheets, Hilarie M., "Chic to Cheek," ARTnews, Summer 2000, pp. 198-201.


Feater, Felicia, "Branded at the Intersection of Beauty and Pain," Creative Loafing


(Atlanta), 25 March 2000, p.41


Hass, Nancy, "Stirring Up the Art World Again," The New York Times, March 5, pp. St1, ST4. (illus: "Module One", p. ST1, C.)


Staff, "Surf and Turf," Vogue Hommes International, 2000


Staff, "Architecte D'Intérieur Très À La Page," Libération, 20 Februrary 2000


Staff, "True Blue," The new York Post, 10 February 2000


Norwich, William, "The Art of the Meal," The New York Magazine,13 February, p. 77


Hamilton, William L., "Design Notebook: New Art's Interior Motive," The New York Times, 3 February 2000


Egan, Maura, "Roles of a Lifetime," New York Magazine, 24 January 2000, p. 22


Staff, "Mary Boone in Manette," Tema Celeste, January 2000, pp. 140-141


(illus: "Guru's Yardstyle", p. 140, C., "Ace Boon Coon", p. 140, C.)


Giovannotti, Micaela, "Tom Sachs," Tema Celeste, January 2000, p. 130


(illus. "Sink Test Module", p. 130, C.)


Hüetlin, Thomas and Dirk Westphal (photographer), "Angst und Schrecken und Chanel,"


Spiegel Reporter, January 2000


"Tom Sachs: Cultural Prosthetics, New Expanded Edition!" Galleria Gian Enzo Sperone,


Rome, 2000.


 


1999                      


Lesser, Guy "Arts and Crafts," Madison, December 1999, pp.62-69


O'Brien, Glenn, "Peeves in the Temple," Paper, December 1999, p. 109


Clifford, Katie, "Tom Sachs," Art News, December 1999, p. 174  (illus: "LAV A2", p. 174, C.)


Valdez, Sarah, "Tom Sachs at Mary Boone," Art In America, December 1999, p. 109


Moyer, Twylene, "News: New York Versus Mary Boone," Sculpture, December, p. 7. (illus: "Ace Boon Coon", p. 7, C. "Toilet Test Module Number One", p. 7, C.)


Friedman, Devin, "Fahrenheit: Man of the Month," GQ, December 1999, p. 59


Hay, David, "Eclecticism 2," House Beautiful, December 1999, p. 48


Ebony, David, "Mary Boone Jailed in Art Raid," Art In America, November 1999, p. 37


Skoggard, Carl, "Bitch Lounge," Nest, Winter 1999, pp. 108-13


Yu, San-San, "Queen Mary Played With Fire?" Art China, November 1999, pp. 29-30. (illus: "Ace Boon Coon", p. 37, C.)


Staff, "Tom Sachs and Mary Boone," Coagula Art Journal, November 1999, pp. 14-15


Staff, "Celebrity Personalities," New York Magazine, 22 November 1999, pp. 34-35


Scott, Whitney, "The Artist Who Decapitates Chanel," Manhattan File, October, p. 24


Staff, "Voice Choices," Village Voice, 12 October 1999, p. 111


Guest, Anthony Haden, "The Roving Eye," Artnet.Com, October 1999


Saltz, Jerry, "Where the Boys Are?" Village Voice, 5 October 1999, p. 187


Smith, Roberta, "Removing the bullets and Trying to Judge a Show," The New York                                            Times, 1 October 1999, p. B7. (illus: "Ace Boon Coon", p. B7, B/W.)                       Columbia, David Patick, "Social Diary," Avenue, October 1999, pp. 8-14


Wilson-Godie, Kaelen, "Going out of Fashion," Icon October 1999, pp. 56-7                                           Moxham, Tony, "Life in 2029,"Interview, October 1999, p. 224


Szabo, Juilia, "The Merchandising of Tom Sachs," Elle Décor, October, pp. 92-95


Staff, Frieze, September-October 1999, p. 9


Staff, "Short List," Village Voice, 28 September 1999, p. 74


Villegle, Jacque, "Art," New York Magazine, 27 September 1999, p. 104


Hakanson-Colby, Joy, "Dysfunctional Sculpture Thrives on Dislocated Perceptions,"


The Detroit News, 20 September 1999


Tysh, George, "Things Ain't The Way They Used To Be," Metro Times, September, pp. 8-14


Jones, Lynda, "Sofa, So Good," Nickelodeon Magazine, September 1999, p. 20


Staff, "New New York," Tokion Magazine, September 1999, p.20


Staff, Artforum, September 1999, pp. 8-9


Staff, "Going on About Town," The New Yorker, 27 September 1999, p. 16


Grunewald, Ulrike, "Warhol mit Waffe in der Hand," Welt Am Sonntag, 19 September 1999, p. 45. (illus: "Electric Chair", p. 45, C. "Prada Death Camp", p. 45, C. "Smelle Décor", p. 94, C. "Chanel Guillotine/ Breakfast Nook", p. 94, C. "Prada Valuemeal", p. 96, C. "Queer Bait", p. 96, C.)


Staff, "Fall Previews," New York Magazine, 13 September 1999, p. 112


(illus: "Sink Module Test", p. 112, C.)


Staff, "Tom Sachs and Mary Boone," Gallery Guide, September 1999, Cover and p. 7


Wilson Goldie, Kaelen, "Tom Sachs at Mary Boone," Art And Auction,


1 September 1999, p. 83. (illus: "LAV A2" p. 83, C.)


Kostabi, Mark, "Artist's Pick," Shout, September 1999, p. 14. (illus: "Model Three", p. 14, C.)


Staff, "Fall Preview," Newsweek, 30 August 1999, p. 62


Plagens, Peter, "Fall Preview," Newsweek, 30 August 1999, pp. 58-62


McMullen, Patrick, "Photo File," Manhattan File, August 1999.


Reginato, James, "La Dolce Venice," W Magazine, August 1999, pp. 208-215


Viladas, Pilar, "Urban Renewal," The New York Times Magazine, 22 August, 1999, pp. 49-54. (illus: "Hermes Valuemeal", p. 54, C.)


Kouds, Suzanne, "Bull Market Babylon," Fortune Magazine, 16 August 1999, p. 42


Eberl, Robert, "Granaten Marke Gucci," Gala, 15 July 1999, p. 68


McMullan, Patrick, "Flash Fix: In the Mix," Hamptons, 19 July 1999, p. 116


Karcher, Eva, "Glamour-Partisan," German Vogue, July 1999, pp. 138-141, 160


 Galvin, John, "Striking Oil," Time Out New York, 24 July 1999, pp.16-17


Laferenz, Caroline, "Montblanc-Kunst und Hamburger," Hamburger Abendblatt, 2 July 1999, p. 15


Von Elfenbein, Stefan, "Porno-Kunst soll für junges Image Sorgen," Berliner Zeitung , 28 June 1999, p. 9


"L'art Incorrect de Tom Sachs," Genereux, June 1999


Staff, "Night Table Reading," Vanity Fair, June 1999, p. 152


Attias, Laurie, "Tom Sachs," Artnews, May 1999, p. 176


Howe, Susanna, "Sports and Mind," Hanatsubaki, No. 587. (May 1999)


Staff, Artforum, May 1999, p. 189


Filler, Marion, "Food is Art in New Exhibition," Daily Record (Morris County, NJ),


23 April 1999


Zimmer, William, "A Feast Where Not Everything Looks Good Enough to Eat," The


New York TimesS, April 1999, Section 14:1


Bischoff, Dan, "A Matter of Taste," Sunday Star Ledger, 4 April 1999,     Section 4: 1, 5


Talley, Andre Leon, "Brand of Horror," Vogue, April 1999, p. 76, 82


Voight, Rebecca, "When Art Mocks-and Inspires-Fashion," International


Herald Tribune, 12 March 1999, p. 22


Staff, "Tom Sachs Pirate les Marques," Remix, March 1999


Aftergood, Steven, "Secrets and Lies," The Bulletin Of Atomic Sciences,


March-April 1999, pp. 59-60


Buckley, Richard, "Tom Sachs is Bloody Brilliant...," Dutch Issue #20, Spring 1999,


pp. 142-143. (illus: "Hermes Valuemeal", p.140, C. "Fendi Handaxe", p. 141, C.


"Chanel Guillotine", p. 142, C. "Prada Death Camp", p. 143, C.)


Staff, "Allen en Hermes," Cosmopolitan (French Edition), March 1999


Armitage, Diane, "Tom Sachs Sony Outsider," The Magazine, Santa Fe NM,


March 1999, p. 31.


Staff, "Tom Sachs et Imi Knoebel", Le Monde (Paris), "Supplement Aden," 18 February 1999


Indyke, Dottie, "It's the Bomb," Pasatiempo, 5-11 February 1999, pp. 36-37


Staff, "L'art et la mode confondus," L'oeil, February 1999


Staff, "Flash," French Vogue, February 1999, p. 154                       


Norwich, William, "Style Diary," The New York Observer, 1 February 1999


Villani, John, "Deconstruction Site," Albuquerque Journal, 31 January, 1999


Johnson, Richard, "Designer Art," New York Post, 26 January 1999, p. 6


Horyn, Cathy, "Couture, the Game for the Pure Players," The New York Times,24 January 1999


Staff, "Tom Sachs ou les Griffes au Purgatoire," Le Monde (Paris), 23 January 1999


Dahan, Eric, "Nuits Blanches, sous une Pluie Glacée," Liberation, 18 January 1999


Seidl, Claudius, "Pret-a-porter," Süddeutsche Zeitung, 15 January 1999


Norwich, William, "Style Diary," The New York Observer, 1 January 1999


Shave, Stuart, "Sachs and Shopping," I-D Magazine, January-February 1999,


pp. 110-112


Stalings, Tyler, "Like Infants from the Breast: The Cathode-Ray Milk of North


America," Art Papers, January-February 1999, pp. 34-38


O'Brien, Glenn and James Meyer, "Best of 2000," Artforum, December 2000,


pp. 114, 118. (illus: "Chill Out Japan or be Nuked Again", Cover "LAV A2",p. 119)


Bollen, Christopher, "American Bricolage," Time Out New York, December 7-14, p. 67


Staff, "Tom Sachs," Sense, December 2000, p.40


Staff, "Galleries Downtown, American Bricolage," The New Yorker, 27 November, p. 32


Staff, "Handyman Special," New York Magazine, 13 November, 2000, p. 106


 


1998     


Mason, Christopher, "Uptown, Downtown: Mixing Like Paint," The New York Times, 10


December 1998, pp. F1, F4


Staff, "Bathroom," Art And Text, December 1998


Morris, Bob, "Loco for Logos," The New York Times Magazine, November 15, pp. 102-106


Wilson, Eric, "From Monica to O.J., Celebrity Endorsers Can Be Risky Business,"


Women's Wear Daily, W Magazine, 31 July 1998 and October 1998


Williams, Yseult, "Une Oeuvre d'art sur un Plateau," French Elle, September 1998


Staff, "Tom Foolery," Black Book, September 1998, pp. 38-39


Talbot, Stephanie, "Rave," Blueprint (London), September 1998


Staff, "School's Out," The Art Newspaper, July-August 1998


Verrico, Lisa, "Feeling Flush," The Sunday Times (London), 7 June 1998


Swanson, Carol, "The Window Dresser," The Observatory, 20 April 1998, p. 19     


Lemons, Stevens, "Are You Looking at Me?" Soma, May 1998


Smith, Roberta, "Art in Review," The New York Times, 8 May 1998


Norwich, Wiliams, "Billy's List-Quiztime," The New York Observer, 11 May 1998


Pedersen, Victoria, "Gallery Go Round," Paper, May 1998


Keeps, David A., "Shot Through the Art," Details, May 1998


Davis, Peter, "99 Beautiful People," Paper, April 1998


Staff, "Shock Treatment," Scotland On Sunday, 15 February 1998


Davis, Peter, "Backtalk, Hollywood Hip 101," Paper, February 1998, p. 28


Kagan, Dick, " Go West, In Chelsea, New York's Hottest Art Dealers Share Streets


with Auto-Body Shops," Art And Antiques, January 1998


 


1997     


Slowey, Anne, "The Joy of Sachs," W Magazine, December 1997


Gant-Hill, Cathy, "The Venerable Art on Paper Exhibition Gets a New Curator's Fresh


Touch," News And Record, Greensboro, North Carolina, November 1997


Lotte Sandberg, "New York pa Jeloy, Kultur Kommentar, Aftenpoften," 12 October 1997


Jortveit, Anne Karin, "Chanel, pistolskudd-og livslinjer," Klassenkampen, 4 October 1997


Flor, Harald, "Vold og tyggis," Dagbladet, 1 October 1997


Staff, "Virkelighetens Raskap of Menneslkets Sarbarhet," Pa Pulsen Moss Dagblad, Moss, Norway, 19 September 1997


Kubberod, Tore, "MD-klubben med omnvisning pa F 15," Pa Pulsen, 19 September 1997


Staff, "MefUnder Stolen," MOSS AVIS, 12 September 1997


Halvorsen, Kenneth, "Tyggis, kniver og spakjerringer," Moss Dasgblad, 19 September 1997


Gibson, Jeff, "Tom Sachs," Art And Text", May 1997, p. 80


Jackson, Jennifer and Andrea Linett, "fashion f.y.i.," Harper's Bazaar, March 1997


Viladas, Peter, "Ross Bleckner on Long Island," Architectural Digest, March 1997


Staff, Art In America, March 1997, p. 7


 


1996     


Nys Dambrot, Shana, "Tom Sachs: Fashion Terrorist," Hot Lava, September 1996


Schmerler, Sarah, "Art Review," Time Out New York, 14 August 1996


Cash, Stephanie, "Tom Sachs at Morris-Healy [review]," Art In America, May 1996


Chaikivsky, Andrew, "You Can't Hunt with a Brancusi," Esquire, April 1996


Drolet, Owen, "Reviews: Tom Sachs," Flash Art, March-April 1996


Van de Walle, Mark, "Reviews: Tom Sachs," Artforum, March 1996


Hucko, Leslie, "Tom Sachs," World Art, February 1996


Tanabe, Ryota, "Trash Art," Brutus, February 1996


Staff, "Galleries-Downtown," The New Yorker, 8 January 1996, p. 15


Kimmelman, Michael, "Portraying the Gun Culture," The New York Times, 5 January 1996


Williams, Alex, "Go West Young Dude," New York Magazine, 1 January 1996


 


1995     


Yablonsky, Linda, "Tom Sachs: Artist or Paranoid Terrorist? Gun for Hire,"


Papermagazine, December 1995


Rimanelli, David, "Penny Wise: A Thinking Man's Guide to Cents and Sensibility,"


Elle Decor, October 1995 


"Artistic Freedom Under Attack," People from the American Way, III:84 (1995)


 


1994     


Bell, Charles W., "Store Creche a 'Pagan Charade' ," Daily News, 16 December 1994


Rivera, Elaine, "Artist Boycotts Barney's Auction," New York Newsday, 16 December 1994


Romano, Lois, "The Reliable Source," The Washington Post, 14 December 1994


Weber, Bruce, "Barney's Halts Store Display of Pop Creche in Window," The New York Times, 13 December 1994


Kerrison, "Store Window Was a Showcase of Bad Taste," New York Post, December 12.


Bell, Charles W., "How Still We See Thee Not," Daily News, December 10. (cover story)


Reynolds, Michael, "Talking Trash," Vogue, May 1994, p. 320


La Ferla, Ruth, "On the Money," Elle, April 1994


 


1993                      


Spindler, Amy M., "Nuts and Bolts of Jewelry," The New York Times, December 1993


 


MENTIONS:


2000                      


Brown, Sarah, "Index Book Report," Vogue, November 2000, p. 530


West, Kevin, "French Connection," W Magazine, November 2000, pp. 138, 140


Baer, Josh, "Art By Numbers, Slow and Steady," New York, 9 October 2000, p. 18


Staff, "Best Gallery Openings," Village Voice, 3 October 2000, p. 118


Staff, "It Girls, Cecilia Dean," Vanity Fair, September 2000, p. 334


 


1999                      


Stewart, Barbara, "Judge Dismisses Case Involving 9-Millimeter Art," The New


York Times, 7 December 1999, p. B1


Rohde, David, "Art Gallery Owner Describes Night in Jail," The New York Times, 3 October 1999


Allen, Angela C., "Boone: I Got Roughed UP by Cops at Gallery," The New York Post,2 October 1999


Newman, Andy, "Art Dealer is Arrested for Exhibition of Live Ammunition," The New


York Times, 1 October 1999, p. B1


Peyser, Andrea, "Gun Lobby is Striking While the Irony is Hot", The New York Post 1 October 1999


Johnson, Richard, "Page Six," The New York Post, 7 October 1999, p. 6


Staff, "Ammo-tions," The New York Post, 1 October 1999


Staff, "Queen of Art Hassled Royally," The New York Daily News, 1 October 1999


Rohde, David, "Art Dealer Says Arrest in an Attack on Rights," The New


York Times, 1 October 1999


Kimmelman, Michael, "After All that Yelling, Time to Think," The New


York Times, 1 October 1999


Marzulli, John, "Art Dealer Busted in Bullet Giveaway," The New York Daily News,


30 September 1999


Staff, "Bullets Put Gallery Big Shot Under Gun," The New York Post, 30 September.


"Art Dealer Arrested for Ammunition Exhibit," The New York Times, 30 September 1999 (Early Edition)


Staff, "Gotham Style," New York Magazine, 29 September 1999, p. 24


Powers, Bill, "I Dream of Gina," BIKINI, September 1999, pp. 76-83


Chaplin, Julia, "The First Family of Surfing," The New York Times, 22 August 1999, Section 9:1-2


Viladas, Pilar, "Urban Renewal," The New York Times Magazine, 22 August 1999,pp. 49-54


Galvin, John, "Striking Oil," Time Out New York, 24 July 1999, pp. 16-17


Johnson, Richard, "Page Six," The New York Post, 14 July 1999, p. 6


Johnson, Richard, "Page Six: Pop Art," The New York Post, 30 March 1999, p. 8


Johnson, Richard, "Page Six: Designer Art," The New York Post, 26 January 1999, p. 6


Horyn, Cathy, "Couture, the Game for Pure Players," The New York Times, 24 January 1996                         Peers, Alexandra, "Jumbo Paintings Become White Elephants," The Wall Street Journal, 17 May 1996, p. B1


 


1994     


Staff, "Religion Isn't Window Dressing," The New York Daily News , 14 December


1994, p. 30.


Public and private collections

Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York


The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois


Astrup Fearnley Museet for Moderne Kunst, Oslo, Norway


The Berezdivin Collection, Puerto Rico


Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley, California, USA


The Cartin Collection, Hartford, CT and New York, NY


Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France


Citigroup Art Collection, New York, New York


Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arizona


Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, Iowa


Ellipse Foundation, Contemporary Art Collection Arte Centre, Cascais, Portugal


Fondazione Prada, Milan, Italy


Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA


The Jewish Museum, New York, New York


The Jumex Collection, Mexico City


Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein Collection, Liechtenstein


Lever House Collection, New York, New York


Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA


Maramotti Collection, Reggio Emilia, Italy


The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York


Montblanc Art Collection, Hamburg, Germany


The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY


NASA Permanent Collection, Washington, DC


Schauwerk Sindelfingen, Sindelfingen, Germany


The Sammlung Essl Collection, Vienna, Austria


The Sammlung Goetz Collection, Munich, Germany


The Sammlung Olbricht Collection, Essen, Germany and Berlin, Germany


The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, California


The Smithsonian Institute, Washington DC


Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, New York


The Smithsonian Institute, Washington DCT,


University of North Carolina, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, Greensboro, North Carolina


Vanhaerents Collection, Brussels, Belgium


Whitney Museum of American Art, New York


Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut