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Keith Tyson

Photo: Keith Tyson

‘I don’t believe in a permanent self or in developing an artistic style. Our world is full of intricately connected systems and events. I’m simply trying to make work in collaboration with them.’

Drawing on a wide range of influences ranging from mathematics and science through to poetry and mythology, Keith Tyson has become known for a highly diverse body of work including drawing, painting, installation and sculpture.  He is interested in how art emerges from the combination of information systems and physical processes that surround us everyday. Through such diverse explorations the artist seeks to locate us in space and time and reflect the complexity of the world we all inhabit.

Tyson sees paint as a programmable material, effected by various social and aesthetic influences. He uses them to cross pollinate text, pictorial language, mathematics, and myths in his paintings. Although he often works in a rule based series, he states that his aim is always that each individual work will eventually become its own universe, with its own rules, beauty and reasons for being.

Computers, coding and maths have always been an inextricable element of Tyson’s life. From taking apart a motherboard as a teenager, to building ‘Art Machine’ early in the 1990’s. The ‘Art Machine’ created algorithm-generated combinations of words and ideas, which Tyson then had to interpret and realise as physical artworks. In his varied approaches to his working, Tyson questions the creation of the artwork itself, positing it as something which can equally be formed by an iterative function, as it can by the artist’s will and inner emotional landscape.

Biography

Born Ulverston, Cumbria, England, 1969

Education

University of Brighton, Alternative Practice, England, 1990-93
Carlisle College of Art, England, 1989-90
Barrow-in-Furness College of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Craft Studies (M.E.C.S.), England, 1984-89

Resides Lives and works in the United Kingdom

Solo Exhibitions

2019 Musée Marmottan Monet, Paris, France
Hauser & Wirth, London, England

2018 Hauser & Wirth, ‘Keith Tyson: BIG DATA (PAINTINGS 2012 – 2018)’, Zurich, Switzerland

2017 Zabludowicz Collection, ‘Large Field Array’, Sarvisalo, Finland
Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois, ‘Les Fleurs’, Paris, France
Jerwood Gallery, ‘Turn Back Now’, Hastings, London, England

2014 David Risley Gallery, ‘A Mystery to Myself’, Copenhagen, Denmark

2013 Pace Gallery, ‘Panta Rhei: Recent Painting by Keith Tyson’, London, England

2011 David Risley Gallery, ‘Entangled in the Amber Glow of a Weary Woven World’, Copenhagen, Denmark
Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois, ‘Keith Tyson: Contemporary Grotesques’, Paris, France

2010 Pace Gallery, ‘Keith Tyson: 52 Variables’, New York NY

2009 Blum & Poe, Los Angeles CA
parasol unit foundation for contemporary art, ‘Cloud Choreography and Other Emergent Systems’, London, England

2008 Project B Contemporary Art, ‘Keith Tyson: Random Nature’, Milan, Italy
Tullie House Museum & Art Gallery, ‘Keith Tyson: Nature Paintings’, Carlisle, England
PaceWildenstein, ‘Keith Tyson: Fractal Dice’, New York NY

2007 Haunch of Venison, ‘Keith Tyson: Studio Wall Drawings 1997–2007’, London, England
Gana Art Gallery, ‘Keith Tyson’, Seoul, Korea

2006 Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, ‘Keith Tyson: Large Field Array’, Copenhagen, Denmark (Travelling Exhibition)
De Pont Museum of Contemporary Art, ‘Keith Tyson: Large Field Array’, Tilburg, The Netherlands (Travelling Exhibition)
PaceWildenstein, ‘Keith Tyson: Large Field Array’, New York NY (Travelling Exhibition)
Haunch of Venison, ‘Keith Tyson: Nature Paintings’, Zurich, Switzerland
Galerie Georges-Philippe and Nathalie Vallois, ‘Keith Tyson: The Sum of All Possible Paths’, Paris, France

2005 The Bates College Museum of Art, ‘Keith Tyson’, Lewiston ME
PaceWildenstein, ‘Keith Tyson: Geno Pheno’, New York NY

2004 Haunch of Venison, ‘Geno Pheno 1’, London, England

2003 Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois, ‘Collected Short Stories’, Paris, France
Arndt and Partner, ‘Works from a Teleological Accelerator’, Berlin, Germany
Galerie Judin, ‘The Terrible Weight of History’, Zurich, Switzerland

2002 South London Gallery, ‘Supercollider’, London, England
Kunsthalle Zurich, ‘Keith Tyson’, Zurich, Switzerland

2000 Anthony Reynolds Gallery, ‘Studio Wall Drawings’, London, England
Galerie Ursula Krinzinger, ‘One of Each’, Vienna, Austria

1999 Delfina, ‘Keith Tyson’, London, England
Kleines Helmhaus, ‘Molecular Compound No. 4’, Zurich, Switzerland

1997 Anthony Reynolds Gallery, ‘Keith Tyson’, London, England
Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois, ‘New Artmachine Paintings’, Paris, France

1996 David Zwirner Gallery, ‘Keith Tyson’, New York NY

1995 Anthony Reynolds Gallery, ‘From the Artmachine (14 Iterations)’, London, England

Selected Group Exhibitions

2019 Musée des Beaux-Arts de Rouen, ‘So British! Collection Pinault”, Rouen, France
The Lowry, ‘Expect the Unexpected’, Salford, England

2018 Bildmuseet, 'Entangle / Physics and the Artistic Imagination', Umeå, Sweden
Pace Gallery, ‘Principia Mathematica’, New York NY
Esbjerg Art Museum, ‘Wunderkammer 1: Liquid Form’, Esbjerg, Denmark

2016 Ex Situ. Samples of Lifeforms, Copenhagen Contemporary, Denmark
Pace Gallery, ‘Talking on Paper’, Beijing, China
MASILugano – Museo d’arte della Svizzera italiana, ‘Press Art. Die Sammlung Annette und Peter Nobel Vol. II’, Lugano, Switzerland

2015 Zabludowicz Collection, ‘Zabludowicz Collection: 20 Years’, London, England
Whitney Museum of American Art, ‘Collected by Thea Westreigh Wagner and Ethan Wagner’, New York NY (Travelling Exhibition)
Centre Pompidou, ‘Collected by Thea Westreigh Wagner and Ethan Wagner’, Paris, France
Villa Flora, ‘Collecting Lines: Drawings from the Ringier Collection, Chapter I’, Winterthur, Switzerland
Project B Gallery, ‘De Pictura. Keith Tyson & Hugo Wilson: A Dialogue About Painting’, Milan, Italy
Pace Gallery, ‘Chewing Gum’, Hong Kong
Pace Gallery, ‘Eureka’, New York NY

2014 Pace Gallery, ‘In the Round’, New York NY
SMAC Gallery, ‘Paper’, Cape Town, South Africa
Magasin 3, Stockholm Konsthall, ‘The Drawing Room’, Stockholm, Sweden
Pace Gallery, ‘Grounded’, New York NY

2012 David Risley Gallery, ‘Painting Without Paint’, Copenhagen, Denmark
Pinacoteca Giovanni e Marella Agnelli, ‘Freedom Not Genius – Works from Damien Hirst's Murderme Collection’, Turin, Italy
Galerie Rudolfinum, ‘Beyond Reality: British Painting Today’, Prague, Czech Republic
Loyola University Museum of Art, ‘Sacred Geometry and Secular Science’, Chicago IL

2011 MdM Museum, ‘Adventures in Wonderland’, Porto Cervo, Italy
Royal Academy of Arts, ‘Summer Exhibition’, London, England
École des beaux-arts de Montréal, ‘7th La Biennale de Montréal: Chance’, Montréal, Canada
Kunsthalle Wien, ‘Space. About a Dream’, Vienna, Austria
Kunsnthal KAdE, ‘Peeping Tom’, Amersfoort, Netherlands

2010 Plus Art Projects, ‘Plus Art’, London, England
Pace Gallery, ‘50 Years at Pace’, New York NY
Galerie Praz Delavallade, ‘Shut Your Eyes in Order to See’, Paris, France
Xippas Gallery, ‘VaXINations’, Athens, Greece
ARNDT Contemporary Art GmbH and Co, ‘Changing The World’, Berlin, Germany
Pace Gallery, ‘Pastiche’, New York NY
Zabludowicz Collection, ‘The Library of Babel / In and Out of Place’, London, England
Vegas Gallery, ‘Peeping Tom’, London, England
Kunsthalle zu Kiel, ‘Dopplereffekt – Images in Art and Science’, Kiel, Germany
PaceWildenstein, ‘On the Square’, New York NY

2009 Royal Academy of Arts, ‘Earth: Art of a Changing World’, London, England
Colnaghi Gallery, ‘Capturing Claudia’, London, England
All Visual Arts, ‘The Age of the Marvellous’, London, England
Blum & Poe, ‘15th Anniversary Inaugural Exhibition’, Los Angeles CA
Zabludowicz Collection, ‘Pete and Repeat: Works from the Zabludowicz Collection’, London, England
Paradise Row, ‘Il faut être absolument moderne’, Istanbul, Turkey
PaceWildenstein, ‘A Walk on the Beach’, New York NY
Hayward Gallery, ‘Walking in my Mind’, London, England
The Power Plant, ‘Universal Code: Art and Cosmology in the Information Age’, Toronto, Canada
Haunch of Venison, ‘Mythologies’, London, England
University of Brighton Gallery, ‘From Art School to University: Art and Design at Brighton 1859–2009’, Brighton, England

2008 Purdy Hicks, ‘In Drawing’, London, England
Flag Art Foundation, ‘Wall Rockets: Contemporary Artists and Ed Ruscha’, New York NY (Travelling Exhibition)
Albright-Knox Art Gallery, ‘Wall Rockets: Contemporary Artists and Ed Ruscha’, Buffalo NY (Travelling Exhibition)
Bétonsalon, ‘Diagonal Argument’, Paris, France
Mori Art Museum, ‘History in the Making: A Retrospective of The Turner Prize’, Tokyo, Japan
Kettle’s Yard, ‘Beyond Measure: Conversations Across Art and Science’, Cambridge, England
Barbican Art Gallery, ‘Martian Museum of Terrestrial Art, Mission: to Interpret and
Understand Contemporary Art’, London, England
Proyecto Arte Contemporáneo, ‘Estratos’, Murcia, Spain
Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects, ‘Accidental Modernism’, New York NY

2007 Tate Britain, ‘Turner Prize Retrospective’, London, England
Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery, ‘You’ll Never Know – Drawing and Random Interference’, Carlisle, England
Arndt and Partner, ‘Aggression of Beauty’, Berlin, Germany
Sudeley Castle, ‘Reconstruction #2’, Winchcombe, England
Fine Art Society, ‘Unfinished Symphony…’, London, England
Gallerie Vallois, ‘Oeuvres Encombrantes’, Paris, France

2006 Hayward Gallery, ‘You’ll Never Know: Drawing and Random Interference’, London, England (Travelling Exhibition)
Harris Museum and Art Gallery, ‘You’ll Never Know: Drawing and Random Interference’, Preston, England (Travelling Exhibition)
Glynn Vivian Gallery, ‘You’ll Never Know: Drawing and Random Interference’, Swansea, Wales (Travelling Exhibition)
The Lowry, ‘You’ll Never Know: Drawing and Random Interference’, Salford, England (Travelling Exhibition)
The New Art Gallery, ‘You’ll Never Know: Drawing and Random Interference’, Walsall, England (Travelling Exhibition)
Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery, ‘You’ll Never Know: Drawing and Random Interference’, Carlisle, England (Travelling Exhibition)
Hayward Gallery, ‘How to Improve the World: 60 Years of British Art’, London, England
Manchester Square, ‘Exposed: Art and Culture from England’s North West’, London, England
Sprüth Magers Lee, ‘Thank You For the Music (London Beat)’, London, England
Uměleckoprůmyslové Muzeum, ‘Artists for Tichý – Tichý for Artists’, Brno, Czech Republic (Travelling Exhibition)
Východočeská Galerie v Pardubicích, ‘Artists for Tichý – Tichý for Artists’, Dům u Jonáše, Czech Republic, (Travelling Exhibition)
Museum Modern Kunst, ‘Artists for Tichý – Tichý for Artists’, Passau, Germany (Travelling Exhibition)

2005 Centre Georges Pompidou, ‘Dionysiac’, Paris, France
PaceWildenstein, ‘Logical Conclusions: 40 Years of Rule Based Art’, New York NY
PaceWildenstein, ‘Summer Group Show’, New York NY

2004 Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, ‘Another Zero’, Bergamo, Italy
Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois, ‘Is There A Curator to Save the Show?’, Paris, France

2003 ‘Outlook: Contemporary Art Exhibition’, Athens, Greece
Laing Art Gallery, ‘The Lost Collection of an Invisible Man’, Newcastleupon-Tyne, England
Museum Morsbroich, ‘Talking Pieces’, Leverkusen, Germany
Mucsarnok Kunsthalle, ‘Micro/Macro: British Art 1996–2002’, Budapest, Hungary
Blue Gallery, ‘Thatcher’, London, England
Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois, ‘Home’, Paris, France
South London Gallery, ‘Independence: Issues with a Contemporary Relevance’, London, England

2002 Moderna Galerija, ‘Reality Check: Recent Developments in British Photography and Video’, Llubljana, Slovenia (Travelling Exhibition)
Wharf Road, ‘Reality Check: Recent Developments in British Photography and Video’, London, England (Travelling Exhibition)
House of Artists, ‘Reality Check: Recent Developments in British Photography and Video’, Zagreb, Croatia (Travelling Exhibition)
Gallery Rudolfinum, ‘Reality Check: Recent Developments in British Photography and Video’, Prague, Czech Republic (Travelling Exhibition)
Bunkier Gallery, ‘Reality Check: Recent Developments in British Photography and Video’, Krakow, Poland (Travelling Exhibition)
Latvia Arsenals, ‘Reality Check: Recent Developments in British Photography and Video’, Riga, Latvia (Travelling Exhibition)
Tate Britain, ‘Turner Prize’, London, England
Centro de Arte de Salamanca, ‘Comer o No Comer’, Salamanca, Spain
Kettle’s Yard, ‘Flights of Reality’, Cambridge, England
Turnpike Gallery, ‘Flights of Reality’, Manchester, England
Site Gallery, ‘Con Art: Magic/Object/Action’, Sheffield, England
25th São Paulo Biennial, São Paulo, Brazil
Kunsthaus Zürich, ‘Public Affairs’, Zurich, Switzerland
Wolverhampton Art Gallery, ‘Strike’, Wolverhampton, England

2001 OK Centrum für Gegenwartskunst, ‘L’effet Larsen: processus de resonances dans l’art contemporain’, Linz, Austria (Travelling Exhibition)
Casino – Forum d’Art Contemporain, ‘L’effet Larsen: processus de resonances dans l’art contemporain’, Luxembourg (Travelling Exhibition)
Galeria OMR, ‘Brave New World’, Mexico City, Mexico
Tate Modern, ‘Century City: Art and Culture in the Modern Metropolis’, London, England
Sala de exposiciones del Canal de Isabel II, ‘The Fantastic Recurrence of Certain Situations: Recent British Art’, Madrid, Spain
University of Brighton Art Gallery, ‘Makeshift’, Brighton, England
Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, ‘Nothing’, Sunderland, England (Travelling Exhibition)
traveled to Contemporary Art Centre, ‘Nothing’, Vilnius, Lituania (Travelling Exhibition)
Rooseum – Center for Contemporary Art, ‘Nothing’, Malmö, Sweeden (Travelling Exhibition)
Mead Gallery, ‘Nothing’, Warwick, England (Travelling Exhibition)
Berlin Biennale, Berlin, Germany
49th Biennale di Venezia, Venice, Italy
Alphadelta Gallery and Artio Gallery, ‘Open Plan P3: The Marathon’, Athens, Greece

2000 SMAK – Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, ‘Over the Edges’, Gent, Belgium
Hayward Gallery, ‘Dream Machines’, London, England (Travelling Exhibition)
Dundee Contemporary Arts, ‘Dream Machines’, Dundee, Scotland (Travelling Exhibition)
Mappin Art Gallery, ‘Dream Machines’, Sheffield, England (Travelling Exhibition)
Camden Arts Centre, ‘Dream Machines’, London, England (Travelling Exhibition)
Kunsthaus Glarus, ‘Urs Fischer. Tagessuppen/Soups of the Days und Domestic Pairs
Project (mit/with Keith Tyson)’, Glarus, Switzerland
Scottish Gallery of Modern Art, ‘The British Art Show 5’, Edinburgh, Scotland (Travelling Exhibition)
Millais Gallery, ‘The British Art Show 5’, Southampton, England (Travelling Exhibition)
Chapter Arts Centre, ‘The British Art Show 5’, Cardiff, Wales (Travelling Exhibition)

1999 San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, ‘Seeing Time: Selections from the Pamela and Richard Kramlich Collection of Media Art’, San Francisco CA
Nash Room, Institute of Contemporary Art, ‘Nerve: cZ1 (happening)’, London, England

1998 Città Sant’ Angelo, Villa Bottini, ‘Il Luogo Degli Angeli, Museo Laboratorio’, Lucca, Italy
8 Dukes Mews, ‘Show Me the Money’, London, England
Anthony Reynolds Gallery, ‘What’s in a Name?’, London, England

1997 Old Gasworks, ‘Private Face – Urban Space: A New Generation of Artists from Britain’, Athens, Greece (Travelling Exhibition)
Rethymnon Centre for Contemporary Art - L. Kanakakis Municipal Gallery, ‘Private Face – Urban Space: A New Generation of Artists from Britain’, Rethymnon, Crete, Greece (Travelling Exhibition)
Laurent Delaye Gallery, ‘Dissolution’, London, England
Hales Gallery and 172 Deptford High Street, ‘Low Maintenance and High Precision’, London, England
Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo per l’Arte, ‘Guarene Arte 97’, Turin, Italy

1996 Institute of Contemporary Art, ‘Pandemonium’, London, England
Kasseler Kunstverein, ‘Surfing Systems’, Kassel, Germany
Friche Belle Belle de Mai, ‘Madame ma conscience’, Marseilles, France (Travelling Exhibition)
Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois, ‘Madame ma conscience’, Paris, France France (Travelling Exhibition)
Institute of Contemporary Art, ‘Art and Innovation Shortlist Exhibition’, London, England
The Tannery Project Space, ‘In Passing’, London, England
Cambridge Darkroom Gallery, ‘On a Clear Day…’, Cambridge, England, (Travelling Exhibition)
First Site Gallery, ‘On a Clear Day…’, Colchester, England (Travelling Exhibition)
Focal Point Gallery, ‘On a Clear Day…’, Southend, England (Travelling Exhibition)
John Hansard Gallery, ‘On a Clear Day…’, Southampton, England (Travelling Exhibition)
Institute of Contemporary Art, ‘On a Clear Day…’, London, England (Travelling Exhibition)
Middlesborough Art Gallery, ‘On a Clear Day…’, Middlesborough, England (Travelling Exhibition)
UP & Co., ‘Superstore Deluxe’, New York NY
Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, ‘White Hysteria’, Adelaide, Australia

1995 Uppsala Konstmuseum, ‘Disneyland After Dark’, Uppsala, Sweden
Kunstamt Kreuzberg / Betanien, ‘Disneyland After Dark’, Berlin, Germany
Anthony Reynolds Gallery, ‘Night and Day’, London, England

1994 Institute of Contemporary Art, ‘Institute of Cultural Anxiety’, London, England
Anthony Reynolds Gallery, ‘Spit in the Ocean’, London, England
Anthony Reynolds Gallery, ‘The Observatory’, London, England

1993 The Space Between, Gallery Fortlaan 17, Ghent, Belgium

1990 Stanwicks Theatre Complex, ‘Passive Voyeurs’, Carlisle, England

Awards and Grants

2005 Honorary Degree of Doctor of Letters, University of Brighton, England

2002 Turner Prize, England

1996 Arts and Innovation Award 1996, Institute of Contemporary Art, England

Bibliography

Publications

2017 ____, ‘Keith Tyson - Les Fleurs’, Paris/FR: Galerie Georges-Phillipe & Nathalie Vallois, 2017 (exh. cat.)

2016 Neilson, Elizabeth (ed.), ‘Zabludowicz Collection: Keith Tyson, Large Field Array’, London/UK: Zabludowicz Collection, 2016
___, ‘Press Art. Die Sammlung Annette und Peter Nobel Vol. II’, Lugano/CH: Museo d’arte della Svizzera italiana (MASILugano), 2016, pp. 300–301, ill. in colour (exh. cat.)

2015 Macel, Christine, Sussman, Elisabeth, ‘Collected by Thea Westreich Wagner and Ethan Wagner’, New York NY and New Haven NY: Whitney Museum of American Art and Yale University, 2015, pp. 150–3, ill. in colour (exh. cat.)

2013 Holzwarth, Hans Werner (ed.), ‘Art Now Vol 4.’, Cologne/DE: Taschen, 2013, pp. 422–425, ill. in colour
Ruf, Beatrix, ‘Panta Rhei: Keith Tyson’, London/UK: Pace Gallery, 2013 (exh. cat.)

2012 Slavick, Milena, Nedoma, Petr, ‘Beyond Reality: British Painting Today’, Prague/CZ: Galerie Rudolfinum, 2012 (exh. cat.)
___, ‘Freedom Not Genius: Works from Damien Hirst’s MurderMe Collection’, Turin/IT and London/UK: Pinacoteca Giovannie e Marella Agnelli and Other Criteria, 2012 (exh. cat.)

2011 ___, ‘Space. About a Dream’, Vienna/AT: Kunsthalle Wien, 2011 (exh. cat.)

2010 Glimcher, Arne, et al., ‘50 Years at Pace’, New York NY: The Pace Gallery, 2010, ill. in colour (exh. cat.)
Reas, Casey, ‘Form + Code: In Design, Art and Architecture’, New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2010, p. 94, ill. in colour
___, ‘Keith Tyson: 52 Variables’, New York NY: The Pace Gallery, 2010 (exh. cat.)

2009 Tallman, Susan, Wye, Deborah, ‘200 Artworks 25 Years, Artist’s Editions for Parkett’, Zurich/CH: Parkett Publishers, 2009, pp. 408–409, ill. in colour
___, ‘From Art School to University: Design at Brighton: 1959–2009’, Brighton/UK: University of Brighton Gallery, 2009
Humphrey, David, ‘Blind Handshake: David Humphrey Art Writing + Art 1990–2008’, Reading/UK: Periscope Publishing, 2009, p. 200, ill. in colour
___, ‘Keith Tyson: Cloud Choreography and Other Emergent Systems’, London/UK: parasol unit foundation for contemporary art, 2009 (exh. cat.)
___, ‘Universal Code: Art and Cosmology in the Information Age’, Toronto ON: The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, 2009 (exh. cat.)
Walking in my Mind (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Stephanie Rosenthal, Mami Kataoka, Susan Blackmore et al. London: Hayward Publishing, 2009, ill. in colour (exh. cat.)

2008 ___, ‘Beyond Measure’, Cambridge/UK: Kettle’s Yard, 2008 (exh. cat.)
___, ‘Dictionnaire International de la Sculpture Moderne & Contemporaine’, Paris/FR: Éditions du Regard, 2008, p. 520
___, ‘Estratos’, Murcia/ES: Comunidad Autónoma de la Región de Murcia, Consegería de Cultura, 2008 (exh. cat.)
Glimcher, Marc, ‘Keith Tyson: Fractal Dice’, New York NY: PaceWildenstein, 2008 (exh. cat.)
Venables, Fiona, ‘Keith Tyson: Nature Paintings’, Carlisle/UK: Tullie House Museum & Art Gallery, 2008 (exh. cat.)
___, ‘Keith Tyson: Random Nature’, Milan/IT: Project B, 2008 (exh. cat.)
___, ‘Martian Museum of Terrestrial Art’, London/UK: Barbican Gallery, 2008 (exh. cat.)
Dennison, Lisa, Frey, James, ‘Wall Rockets: Contemporary Artists and Ed Ruscha’, New York NY: Flag Art Foundation, 2008 (exh. cat.)

2007 ___, ‘Keith Tyson’, Seoul/KR: Gana Art Gallery, 2007 (exh. cat.)
Schor, Gabriel Ramin, ‘Keith Tyson: Nature Paintings’, London/UK: Haunch of Venison, 2007 (exh. cat.)
Grant, Simon, Ruf, Beatrix, ‘Keith Tyson: Studio Wall Drawings 1997–2007’, London/UK: Haunch of Venison, 2007 (exh. cat.)
___, ‘Oeuvres Encombrantes’, Paris/FR: Gallerie Vallois, 2007 (exh. cat.)
___, ‘Reconstruction #2’, New York NY: Philips de Pury and Co., 2007 (exh. cat.)

2006 ___, ‘Artists for Tichý – Tichý for Artists’, Nuremberg/DE: Verlag für moderne Kunst, 2006 (exh. cat.)
___, ‘How to Improve the World: 60 Years of British Art’, London/UK: Hayward Gallery, 2006 (exh. cat.)
Kold, Anders, Wamberg, Jacob, van den Hoogerd, Dominic, ‘Keith Tyson: Large Field Array’, Humlebæk/DK: Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2006 (exh. cat.)
___, ‘Keith Tyson: The Sum of All Possible Paths’, Paris/FR: Galerie Georges-Philippe and Nathalie Vallois, 2006 (exh. cat.)
___, ‘You’ll Never Know: Drawing and Random Interference’, London/UK: Hayward Gallery, 2006. (exh. cat.)

2005 ___, ‘Dionysiac’, Paris/FR: Centre Georges Pompidou, 2005 (exh. cat.)
Archer, Michael, ‘Keith Tyson: Geno Pheno’, New York NY and London/UK: PaceWildenstein and Haunch of Venison, 2005 (exh. cat.)
___, ‘Logical Conclusions: 40 Years of Rule-Based Art’, New York NY: PaceWildenstein, 2005
Richer, Francesca, Rozenweig, Matthew, ‘No. 1: First Works by 362 Artists’, New York NY: Distributed Art Publishers, Inc., 2005

2004 ___, ‘Another Zero’, Bergamo/IT: Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, 2004 (exh. cat.)
Craig, Patsy, ‘Making Art Work: Mike Smith Studio’, London/UK, Trolley, 2004
___, ‘Keith Tyson Geno/Pheno Paintings’, London/UK: Haunch of Venison, 2004 (exh. cat.)
___, ‘Keith Tyson: History Paintings’, Zurich/CH and London/UK: Galerie Judin and Haunch of Venison, 2004 (exh. cat.)

2003 Button, Virginia, ‘The Turner Prize: Twenty Years’, London/UK: Tate, 2003
___, ‘Cream 3’, London/UK: Phaidon, 2003
Joachimides, Christos M. (ed.), ‘Outlook: Contemporary Art Exhibition’, Athens/GR: Adams Publishing, 2003 (exh. cat.)
___, ‘The Lost Collection of an Invisible Man’, Newcastle-upon-Tyne/UK: Laing Art Gallery, 2003 (exh. cat.)
___, ‘Micro/Macro: British Art 1996–2002’, Manchester/UK: Cornerhouse Publications, 2003 (exh. cat.)
___, ‘Talking Pieces’, Leverkusen/DE: Museum Morsbroich, 2003 (exh. cat.)

2002 ___, ‘25 São Paulo Biennial’, São Paulo/BR: Fundação Bienal, 2002 (exh. cat.)
___, ‘Brave New World’, Mexico City/MX: Galeria OMR, 2002 (exh. cat.)
___, ‘Comer o No Comer, o las Relaciones del Arte con la Comida en el Siglo’, Salamanca/ES: Centro de Arte de Salamanca, 2002 (exh. cat.)
___, ‘Con Art: Magic/Object/Action’, Sheffield/UK: Site Gallery, 2002 (exh. cat.)
Curiger, Bice, ‘Public Affairs: das Öffentlihce in der Kunst’, Zurich/DE: Kunsthaus Zürich, 2002
___, ‘Flights of Reality’, Cambridge/UK: Kettle’s Yard, 2002 (exh. cat.)
Küng, Moritz, ‘L’effet Larsen – processus de resonances dans l’art contemporain’, Vienna/AT: Triton, 2002
___, ‘Public Affairs’, Zurich/DE: Kunsthaus Zürich, 2002
___, ‘Reality Check: Recent Developments in British Photography and Video’, London/UK: Warf Road, 2002 (exh. cat.)
Ruf, Beatrix, ‘Keith Tyson’, Zurich/DE: Kunsthalle Zürich, 2002 (exh. cat.)
___, ‘Turner Prize 2002: An Exhibition of Work by the Shortlisted Artists’, London/UK: Tate Publications, 2002
Tyson, Keith, ‘A Supercollider Notebook’, London/UK: South London Gallery, 2002
Tyson, Keith, ‘Head to Hand: Drawings by Keith Tyson’, New York NY: Thea Westreich and Ethan Wagner, 2002
Varola, Helen, ‘Con Art’, Sheffield/UK: Site Gallery, 2002

2001 ___, ‘2nd Berlin Biennale 2001’, Cologne/DE: Oktagon, 2001 (exh. cat.)
___, ‘49th Biennale de Venezia’, Milan/IT: Electa and Venice/IT: La Biennale di Venezia, 2001 (exh. cat.)
Blazwick, Iwona, ‘Century City: Art and Culture in the Modern Metropolis’, London/UK: Tate, 2001 (exh. cat.)
Collings, Matthew, ‘Art Crazy Nation: The Post Blimey Art World’, London/UK: 21 Publishing Ltd., 2001
___, ‘L’effet Larsen’, Linz/AT: OK Centrum für Gegenwartskunst and Luxembourg/LU: Casino-Forum d’Art Contemporain, 2001 (exh. cat.)
Green, David et al., ‘Makeshift’, Brighton/UK: University of Brighton Gallery, 2001 (exh. cat.)
___, ‘Open Plan P3 – The Marathon’, Athens/GR: Alphadelta Gallery and Artio Gallery, 2001
___, ‘The Fantastic Recurrence of Certain Situations: Recent British Art and Photography’, Madrid/ES: Sala de exposiciones del Canal de Isabel II, 2001 (exh. cat.)
___, ‘The Nothing’, Sunderland/UK: Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, 2001 (exh. cat.)

2000 ___, ‘The British Art Show 5’, Edinburgh/UK: Scottish Gallery of Modern Art, 2000 (exh. cat.)
Buck, Louisa, ‘Moving Targets 2, A User’s Guide to British Art Now’, London/UK: Tate Publishing, 2000.
Coles, Pippa, Higgs, Matthew, and Poncelet, Jacqui, ‘The British Art Show 5’, London/UK: South Bank Centre, 2000
___, ‘Dream Machines’, London/UK: Hayward Gallery Publishing, 2000 (exh. cat.)
Hiller, Susan, ‘Dream Machines’, London/UK: Hayward Gallery, 2000 (exh. cat.)
___, ‘Keith Tyson. One of Each: A Small Volume of Experiments’, Vienna/AT: Galerie Ursula Krinzinger, 2000 (exh. cat.)
___, ‘Over the Edges’, Ghent/BE: Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, 2000 (exh. cat.)
Ruf, Beatrix, ‘Urs Fischer. Tagessuppen & 6-1/2 Domestic Pairs project (mit Keith Tyson)’, Zurich/CH: Kunsthaus and Glarus/CH: Edition Unikate, 2000
___, ‘Spellbook (Spells 1976–2000)’, Edinburgh/UK: The British Art Show 5, 2000 (exh. cat.)

1999 ___, ‘Keith Tyson’, London/UK: Delfina Studio Trust, 1999 (exh. cat.)
Ross, David A., ‘Seeing Time: Selections from the Pamela and Richard Kramlich Collection of Media Art’, San Francisco CA: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 1999
Tyson, Keith, ‘Molecular Compound No. 4’, Zurich/CH: Edition Fink, 1999 (exh. cat.)

1998 ___, ‘Il Luogo Degli Angeli’, Città Sant’Angelo/IT: Museo Laboratorio, L’Associazione Ellisse, 1998 (exh. cat.)

1997 ___, ‘Guarene Arte 97’, Turin/IT: Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo per l’Arte, 1997 (exh. cat.)
___, ‘Private Face – Urban Space: A New Generation of Artists from Britain’, Athens/GR: Hellenic Art Galleries Association, 1997 (exh. cat.)

1996 ___, ‘On A Clear Day’, Southampton/UK: John Hansard Gallery, 1996 (exh. cat.)
___, ‘Surfing Systems: die Gunst der 90er, Positionen zeitgenössischer’, Basel/CH: Verlag Stroemfeld, 1996 (exh. cat.)

1995 ___, ‘Disneyland After Dark’, Uppsala: Uppsala Konstmuseum, 1995 (exh. cat.)

1994 ___, ‘Institute of Cultural Anxiety’, London/UK: Institute of Contemporary Art, 1994

Press

2019 Peirson-Hagger, Ellen, ‘Five things to see at Mayfair Art Weekend’, on: www.harpersbazaar.com, London, England, 14 June 2019
___, ‘ ‘It’s Always About Capturing the Transient’: Turner Prize-Winning Artist Keith Tyson Talks Selfies, Entropy, and his New Exhibition of Still Life Paintings’, on: www.mutualart.com, London, England, 13 June 2019
Simpson, Veronica, ‘Keith Tyson interview: ‘ I’m quite happy for the world to seep through me and for the work to just emerge’, on: www.studiointernational.com, New York NY, 29 May 2019
___, ‘Keith Tyson at Hauser & Wirth gallery’, on: www.londonlive.co.uk, London, England, 28 May 2019
___, ‘Art- Presentation: Keith Tyson-Life Still’, on: www.dreamideamachine.com/en/, London, England, 21 May 2019
___, ‘Image of the Day’, on: elephant.art, London, England, 20 May 2019
Jones, Jonathan, ‘Cartoon cats, doomed sunbathers and the sound of Hogarth’s London - the week in art’, in: The Guardian, London, England, 17 May 2019
___, ‘Keith Tyson’, in: Wall Street International Magazine, New York NY, 2 May 2019

2017 ___, ‘Intriguing New Work at Jerwood Gallery’ (exhibition preview) on: www.hastingsobserver.co.uk, Hastings/UK, 12 January 2017
Mount, Harry, ‘A Turner Prize Winner Who Can Actually Paint! Keith Tyson’s Painting Virtuosity More Than Makes up for His Less Than Sparkling Ideas’on: www.dailymail.co.uk, London/UK, 28 January 2017

2013 Beaumont, Grace, ‘Keith Tyson: Pace Gallery’ on: www.artforum.com, New York NY, 12 March 2013
Cahill, James, ‘London exhibitions’ in: The Burlington Magazine, London/UK, No. 1322, May 2013, pp. 348–349
Freeman, Michaela, ‘Tyson’s Blood and Thunder’ in: State, London/UK, 10 May 2013, pp. 12–15
Gao, Yipei, ‘Chewing on Light’ in: Artco, Taiwan, June 2015, No. 273, pp. 146–7
Sumpter, Helen, ‘Keith Tyson: Panta Rhei, Pace London’ in: Art Review, No. 67, April 2013, p. 134
Thornley, Laura, ‘Keith Tyson’s Flowery, Romantic Side: Panta Rhei at Pace Gallery London’ on: onestoparts.com, 8 February 2013
Tyson, Keith, ‘Tyson’s Blood and Thunder. Interview by Michaela Freeman’ in: State, London/UK, October 2013, pp. 12–15
Wright, Karen, ‘In the Studio: Keith Tyson, Artist’ on: www.independent.co.uk, London/UK, 15 February 2013

2012 Luke, Ben, ‘The Artist’s Survival Guide to Art Fairs’ in: The Art Newspaper, London/UK, 12 June 2012

2011 Haden-Guest, Anthony, ‘Flotsam: Jokers Go Wild’ in: The Art Newspaper, London/UK, No. 220, January 2011, p. 48
___, ‘In the Frame’ in: The Art Newspaper, London/UK, No. 224, May 2011, p.2
Walleston, Aimee, ‘A Full Deck: Keith Tyson’ on: www.artinamericamagazine.com, New Yotk NY, 6 January 2011

2010 Adam, Georgina, ‘Arts: Offshoots and seeds’ in: Financial Times, London/UK, 11–12 December 2010
___, ‘Artists: Keith Tyson leaves Haunch of Venison’ in: The Art Newspaper, London/UK no. 212 (April 2010): 8.
Koek, Ariane, ‘Keith Tyson: The Art of Science and Discovery’ on: cerncourier.com, Bristol/UK, 24 February 2010
Peers, Alexandra, ‘Art World News: Pace Turns a Card’ in: New York Observer, New York NY, 20 December 2010
Sanville, Rhian, ‘Keith Tyson Deals The Joker’ on: www.dazeddigital.com, London/UK, 10 December 2010

2009 Bedford, Christopher, ‘Reviews: Keith Tyson, Blum & Poe’ in: Artforum, New York NY, September 2009, pp. 300–301
Bunting, Madeleine, ‘The Rise of Climate-change Art’ in: The Guardian, London/UK, 2 December 2009
Milliard, Coline, ‘London: Keith Tyson, Parasol Unit Foundation for Contemporary Art’ in: Art in America, London/UK, December 2009, pp.148-150
Lydiate, Henry, ‘Tyson, Hirst and Hogbens Dunphy’ in: Art Monthly, London/UK, No. 324, March 2009, p. 41
Sumpter, Helen, ‘Keith Tyson: An Interview’ on: www.timeout.com, London/UK, 7 September 2009

2008 Gluckman, Nell, ‘Gallery Scene Set to Swing’ on: The New York Sun, New York NY, 25 August 2008
Johnson, Ken, ‘Art in Review: Keith Tyson, Fractal Dice’ in: The New York Times, New York NY, 12 September 2008
McGowan, Brooke, ‘London Artists Dictionary—Keith Tyson’ in: Flash Art, Milan/IT, No. 262, October 2008, p. 97
Nichols, Matthew Guy, ‘Review of Exhibitions: Keith Tyson at PaceWildenstein’ in: Art in America, New York NY, No. 2, February 2008, p. 143
Searle, Adrian, ‘Take Me to Your Curator’ in: The Guardian, London/UK, 6 March 2008
Schwabsky, Barry, ‘Turner Prize: A Retrospective 1984–2006, Tate Britain, London’ in: Artforum, New York NY, January 2008, p. 277
Basrnett, Laura, ‘Portrait of the artist: Keith Tyson, artist. Interview by Laura Basrnett’ in: The Guardian, London/UK, 16 September 2008
Wilson, Michael, ‘Reviews: Keith Tyson, PaceWildenstein’ in: Artforum, New York NY, No. 4, December 2008, pp. 294–296

2007 Allthorpe-Guyton, Marjorie, ‘Mind Maps’ in: RA Magazine, London/UK, Winter 2007
Akbar, Afifa, ‘Hirst Persuades Art World’s Biggest Names To Go (RED)’ in: The Independent, London/UK, 5 December 2007
Baker, R.C., ‘Best in Show—Keith Tyson: ‘Large Field Array’’ in: The Village Voice, New York NY, 19–25 September 2007, p. 50
Cork, Richard, ‘Kingdom of the Unexpected’ in: Financial Times, London/UK, 13 July 2007
Darwent, Charles, ‘Suze is Almost Everything’ in: The Independent on Sunday, London/UK, January 2007
___, ‘Galleries—Chelsea: Keith Tyson’ in: The New Yorker, New York NY, 15 October 2007, p. 20
Gilbert, Alan, ‘Keith Tyson LFA’ in: Modern Painters, London/UK, December 2007
Groskop, Viv, ‘Is Art Being Driven in the Right Direction?’ in: The Guardian, London/UK, 3 May 2007
Grosz, David, ‘Weekend Picks: Keith Tyson in New York’ on: www.artinfo.com, London/UK, 14 September 2007
Guner, Fisun, ‘Keith Tyson: Studio Wall Drawings 1997–2007’ in: Metro, London/UK, 27 November 2007
Haden-Guest, Anthony, ‘Altered Stately’ in: Financial Times, London/UK, 13 July 2007
Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Who’s Shocking Now?’ in: The Guardian Weekend, London/UK, 8 September 2007
Horsey, Len, ‘Keith Tyson’ in: Flux, London/UK, 2007
___, ‘How Art Can Heal’ on: www.theguardian.com, London/UK, 18 June 2007
Jury, Louise, ‘Hirst Sale to Help Children Charity’ in: Evening Standard, London/UK, June 2007
Kahn, Urmee, ‘Anger Over the Golden Arches of Sudeley’ in: Western Daily Press London/UK, 29 May 2007
___, ‘Keith Tyson – Large Field Array at De Pont Museum’ on: www.artdaily.com, London/UK, 6 February 2007
Levin, Kim, ‘Reviews: Keith Tyson, PaceWildenstein’ in: Art News, New York NY, November 2007, p. 214
Papernik, Erica, ‘Reviews: New York—Keith Tyson, PaceWildenstein’ in: Flash Art, Milan/IT, November-December 2007, p. 107
Rappolt, Mark, ‘Keith Tyson: Life, The Universe and Everything’ in: Art Review, London/UK, February 2007, pp. 58–61
Rees, Kate, ‘Artists’ chaos Theory’ on: www.newsandstar.co.uk, London/UK, 18 January 2007
Robinson, Walter, ‘Weekend Update’ on: artnet.com, Berlin/DE, 11 September 2007
Simpson, John, ‘The ‘Map’ of Furness that will Fetch £1M’ in: Evening Mail, London/UK, 22 December 2007
Tyson, Keith, ‘Best of 2007: The Artist’s Artists—‘Matthew Barney: Drawing Restraint’’ in: Artforum, New York NY, December 2007, p. 125
Vogel, Carol, ‘Inside Art’ in: The New York Times, New York NY, 2 December 2007

2006 Archer, Michael, ‘Previews: Keith Tyson, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Copenhagen’ in: Artforum, New York/NY, September 2006, p. 197
Bensinger, Ken, ‘Art Talk: Thinking Outside the Box’ in: Art News, Berlin/DE, January 2006, p. 34
___, ‘Can do Better’ in: The Guardian, London/UK, 26 June 2006
Colard, Jean-Max, ‘Keith Tyson’ in: Les Inrockuptibles, Paris/FR, 25 July 2006
Darwent, Charles, ‘Size is Almost Everything’ in: The Independent on Sunday, London/UK, 7 January 2006
Falconer, Morgan, ‘Sporting Chance’ in: Art Review, London/UK, February 2006
Heartney, Eleanor, ‘Keith Tyson at PaceWildenstein’ in: Art in America, New York NY, February 2006, pp. 127–128
Kamin, Blair, ‘Hyatt Centre Chicago, Illinois’ in: Architectural Record, New York NY, 3 June 2006
___, ‘Keith Tyson: Large Field Array’, absolutearts.com, Granville OH ,16 October 2006
Kley, Elisabeth, ‘Keith Tyson, PaceWildenstein’ in: Art News, New York, February 2006, p. 136
Martin, Francesca, ‘Riders on the Storm’ in: Harpers Bazaar, New York NY, June 2006
___, Must See Summer Exhibitions’ in: Art Review, London/UK, July 2006
Neal, Jane, ‘Keith Tyson: Nature Paintings’ in: Modern Painters, London/UK, September 2006, p. 109
Ribe, Torben, Ahm Krag, Ferdinand, ‘Interview Keith Tyson’ in: Art Kopenhagen, Copenhagen/UK, 2 November 2006

2005 Baker, R.C., ‘Voice Choices: Keith Tyson’ in: The Village Voice, New York NY, 2–8 November 2005
Cohen, David, ‘Arts & Letters – Gallery Going: When the Rule Ruled’ in: New York Sun, New York NY, 3 March 2005
Cotter, Holland, ‘Art in Review: ‘Logical Conclusions’’ in: The New York Times, New York NY, 18 March 2005
Guner, Fisun, ‘Keith Tyson: Geno/Pheno Paintings’ in: Modern Painters, London/UK, February 2005
Harris, Jane, ‘The ruling class: Seeking the poetic potential of neutral signs’ in: The Village Voice, New York NY, 16–22 March 2005
Henry, Max, ‘Art Reviews: Keith Tyson, ‘Geno Pheno’’ in: Time Out New York, New York NY, 3–9 November 2005, p. 75
Herbert, Martin, ‘Big Bang: Keith Tyson on Cause and Effect’ in: Modern Painters, London/UK, October 2005, pp. 74–79
MacAdam, Barbara A., ‘Reviews: New York–Logical Conclusions, PaceWildenstein’ in: Art News, Berlin/DE, June 2005, p. 119
Moore, Susan, ‘Frieze is the New Capital of Cool’ in: Financial Times, London/UK, 24–25 September 2005
Morgan, Robert C., ‘Reviews: Logical Conclusions, PaceWildenstein, New York’ in: Tema Celeste, Italy, July–August 2005, p. 69
Nudd, Tim, ‘Shoptalk: Advertising That Sure Is Art’ in: Adweek, New York/NY, 24 October 2005, p. 46
Smith, Roberta, ‘Art in Review: Keith Tyson: Geno Pheno’ in: The New York Times, New York NY, 11 November 2005
Vranica, Suzanne, ‘Advertising: Art Meets Ads: Can Sculpture Sell Moisturizer?’ in: Wall Street Journal, New York NY, 25 October 2005
Withers, Rachel, ‘Keith Tyson’ in: Artforum, New York NY, March 2005

2004 Archer, Michael, ‘Primordial Soups’ in: Parkett, Zurich/CH, No. 71, 2004, pp. 96–104
___, Art Riddle Competition on: www.thetimes.co.uk, London/UK, 18 October 2004
Aspden, Peter, ‘Heady Times for the Biggest Company Art Fair’ in: Financial Times, London/UK, 15 October 2004
Bellet, Harry, ‘L’Art Fait Recette à la Foire Frieze de Londres’ in: Le Monde, Paris/FR, 18 October 2004
Buck, Louisa, ‘New Masters’ in: RA Magazine, London/UK, Winter 2004
Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘This week’ in: The Times, Weekend Review, London/UK, 6 November 2004
Chapman, Peter, ‘Keith Tyson: Geno/Pheno Paintings’ in: The Independent, London/UK, 27 November 2004
Darwent, Charles, ‘X Plus Y Equals How to State the Blinkin’ Obvious’ in: The Independent, London/UK, 7 November 2004
Davies, Serena, ‘Empty Games with Genetics’ in: Daily Telegraph, London/UK, 11 November 2004
Farley, Paul, ‘Endings and Beginnings’ in: Art Review, London/UK, November 2004
___, ‘The Five Best Exhibitions’ in: The Independent, London/UK, 8 November 2004
Gavin, Francesca, ‘The Meaning of Life at London’s Haunch of Venison’ on: BBC Collective (online journal), 6 November 2004
Güner, Fisun, ‘There’s Method in the Madness’ in: Metro, London/UK, 4 November 2004
Hackworth, Nick, ‘Double-Take On Creativity’ in: Evening Standard, London/UK, 16 November 2004
Hackworth, Nick, ‘The Fun of the Art Fair’ in: Evening Standard, London/UK, 15 October 2004
Hackworth, Nick, ‘A Man Apart: Keith Tyson’ in: Dazed & Confused, London/UK, November 2004
___, ‘Haunch of Venison is showing Kieth Tyson: Geno/Pheno Paintings’ in: The Art Newspaper, London/UK, No. 152, November 2004, p. 6
Higgins, Charlotte, ‘Frieze in the Frame, Art Scene Booming as Show Draws 150 Exhibitors from Around World’ in: The Guardian, London/UK, 15 October 2004
Lubbock, Tom, ‘It’s A Game of Two Halves’ in: The Independent, London/UK, 9 November 2004
Malvern, Jack, ‘A Work of Art It’s OK to Be Puzzled by’ in: The Times, London/UK, 16 October 2004
Parsons, Ben, ‘Artist was fruit machine addict’ in: North West Evening Mail, Barrow-in-Furness /UK, 5 November 2004
Reust, Hans Rudolf, ‘Fabulous Art: Keith Tyson’s Research Into Voids For A Weltbild’ in: Parkett, Zurich/CH, No. 71, 2004, pp. 126–131
Searle, Adrian, ‘Keith Tyson Takes His Chances’ in: The Guardian, London/UK, 3 November 2004
Taylor, John Russell, ‘Read All About It’ in: The Times, London/UK, 10 November 2004
Tyson, Keith, ‘Interview by Michael Bond’ in: New Scientist, London/UK, 20 September 2004
Verhagen, Marcus, ‘Keith Tyson’ in: Art Monthly, London/UK, December 2004 – January 2005
Wagner, Ethan, ‘A Conversation’ in: Parkett, Zurich/CH, No. 71, 2004

2003 Barrell, Tony, ‘Rising to the Equation’ in: Sunday Times Magazine, London/UK, 30 November 2003
Binyon, Michael, ‘Deface of the nation’ in The Times, London/UK, 18 April 2003
Bond, Michael, Interview’ in: New Scientist, London/UK, 20 September 2003
___, ‘Fat and capital as dynamic systems’ in: The Guardian, London/UK 9 January 2003

2002 Alberge, Dalya, ‘Behold the front page: Times is Turner favorite’ in The Times, London/UK, 30 October 2002
Alberge, Dalya, ‘Turner jury sees art in the most ordinary places’ in: The Times, London/UK, 31 October 2002
Archer, Michael, ‘Keith Tyson’ in: Artforum, New York NY, March 2002
Basting, Barbara, ‘Eine Poetik des Zufalls’ in: Tages Anzeiger, Zurich/CH, 24 April 2002
Bearn, Emily, ‘An Accident Waiting to Happen’ in: The Sunday Telegraph Magazine, London/UK, 20 October 2002
Beasley, Mark, ‘Keith Tyson’ in: Art Monthly, London/UK, No. 254, March 2002
___, ‘Breites Spektrum dreier Gestaltender’ in: Der Zürcher Oberlander, Wetzikon/CH, 20 April 2002.
Bush, Kate, ‘Best of 2002’ in: Artforum, New Yotk NY, December 2002
Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘Artist plugs enthusiasm into decade of irony’ in: The Times, London/UK, 9 December 2002
Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘Five Best London Shows’ in: The Times, London/UK, 2–8 February 2002
Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘No painting and no genius for £20 000’ in: The Times, London/UK, 31 October 2002.
Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘The People’s Prize’ in: The Times, London/UK, 30 October 2002
Campbell-Johnston, Rachel, ‘The shock of the now’ on: The Times, London/UK, 10 December 2002
Chirsafis, Angelique, ‘No Painters Among Turner Prize Nominees’ in: The Guardian, London/UK, 31 May 2002
Cork, Richard, ‘Five Best London Shows’ in: The Times, London/UK, 26 January–1 February 2002
Cowan, Amber, ‘Amber Cowan’s choice’ in: The Times, London/UK, 2–8 November 2002
Cumming, Laura, ‘Don’t shoot the medium’ in: The Observer Review, Manchester/UK, 3 November 2002
Darwent, Charles, ‘Brush with the Universe’ in: Metro Life, London/UK, 23 January 2002
Delgado, Martin, ‘Kentucky Fried Turner’ in: Evening Standard, London/UK, 30 May 2002
Douet, Stephanie, ‘Flights of Reality’ in: a-n Magazine, Newcastle upon-Tyne/UK, March 2002
Ellis, Samantha, ‘Studio Wall Drawings’ in: Evening Standard, London/UK, 2 June 2002
Farquharson, Alex, ‘Keith Tyson, South London Gallery’ in: Frieze, London/UK, No.66, March 2002
Field, Marcus, ‘Get your theorems out for the lads’ in: The Independent on Sunday, London/UK, 20 January 2002
___, ‘Humor, logisch’ in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Frankfurt/DE, 10 December 2002
Gayford, Martin, ‘Where the Banal and the Bizarre Collide’ in: The Daily Telegraph, London/UK, 16 January 2002
Gibbons, Fiachra, ‘Air sickness overtakes porn in Turner stakes’ in: The Guardian, London/UK, 30 October 2002
Gibbons, Fiachra, ‘The wacky boffin of art takes Turner Prize with dotty diagrams’ in: The Guardian, London/UK, 9 December 2002
Glover, Michael, ‘The Message from the Shortlist: Painting is Dead, but Invention is Alive’ in: The Independent, London/UK, 31 May 2002
Hackworth, Nick, ‘Journey into Space’ in: Evening Standard, London/UK, 17 January 2002
Heiser, Jorg, ‘ Der denker’ in: Suddeutsche Zeitung, Munich/DE, 10 December 2002
___, ‘Humming obelisk wins Turner Prize’ in: Metro, London/UK, 9 December 2002
Januszczak, Waldemar, ‘Art’ in: The Sunday Times, London/UK, 20 January 2002
Jury, Louise, ‘Turner Prize show off the art of controversy (again)’ in: The Independent, London/UK, 30 October 2002
___, ‘Keith Tyson wins Turner’ in: BBC News, British Broadcasting Corporation, London/UK, 9 December 2002
Kent, Sarah, ‘A good Turner’ in: Time Out London, London/UK, 6–13 November 2002
Lack, Jessica, ‘The Guide’ in: The Guardian, London/UK, 12 January 2002
Leith, Luke, ‘Turner winner attacks minister’ in: Evening Standard, Ldonon/UK, 9 December 2002
Lister, David, ‘After all the controversy, Turner Prize goes to artistic thinker’ in: The Independent, London/UK, 9 December 2002
Lister, David, ‘Chicken Cast in Lead, Photographs of Toilets and Pornography. Yes, it’s Turner Prize Time Again….’ in: The Independent, London/UK, 31 May 2002
Littlejohn, Georgina, ‘Can You Guess What It Is Yet? It’s Turner Time’ in: Metro, London/UK, 31 May 2002
Martin Gayford, ‘Where the banal and the bizarre collide’ in: The Daily Telegraph, London/UK, 16 January 2002
McEwen, John, ‘More than meets the eye’ in: The Sunday Telegraph, London/UK, 3 November 2002
Meier, Philipp, ‘Von der Prähistorie zur Apokalypse’ in: Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Zurich/CH, 22 April 2002
O’Sullivan, Kevin, ‘Head–Turner’ in: Daily Mirror, London/UK, 30 October 2002
Orr, James, Gill, Charlotte, ‘The very best of British art: a big black box that hums’ in: The Daily Mail, London/UK, 9 December 2002
___, ‘Painter wins top art prize’ in: Daily Express, London/UK, 9 December 2002
Renton, Andrew, ‘Turner Prize attention is focused on Keith Tyson’s….’ in: Evening Standard, London/UK, 10 December 2002
Reynolds, Nigel, ‘A custard pie for Serota as Turner Prize winner named’ in: The Daily Telegraph, London/UK, 9 December 2002
Reynolds, Nigel, ‘Fog, chicken and porn: it’s Turner prize time again’ in: The Daily Telegraph, London/UK, 31 October 2002
Reynolds, Nigel, ‘Turner Prize exhibition makes art a dirty word’ in: The Daily Telegraph, London/UK, 30 October 2002
Ruiz, Cristina, ‘Keith Tyson – Supercollider’ in: The Art Newspaper, London/UK, February 2002
Schurenberg, Barbara, ‘Die molekule triumphieren uber den bullshit’ in: Die Welt, Berlin/DE, 10 December 2002
Schaffter-Wieland, Isolde, ‘Kunst als Denkschau’ in: Schweizer Illustrierte, Zurich/CH, 15 April 2002
Searle, Adrian, ‘Accessible yet incomprehensible’ in: The Guardian, London/UK, 9 December 2002
Searle, Adrian, ‘Badly drawn words’ in: The Guardian, London/UK, 30 October 2002
Searle, Adrian, ‘New Blood from a Wary Generation’ in: The Guardian, London/UK, 30 October 2002
Sewell, Brian, ‘Brian Sewell is Impressed’ in: Evening Standard, London/UK, 30 May 2002
Sumpter, Helen, ‘Hot Tickets’ in: Evening Standard, London/UK, 11 January 2002
Sumpter, Jessica, ‘The Alchemist’ in: The Big Issue, London/UK, 14–20 January 2002
Thibaut, Matthias, ‘Beim barte des propheten’ in: Der Tagesspiegel, Berlin/DE, 10 December 2002
Thibaut, Matthias, ‘Freier Flug ins Nichts’ in: Der Tagesspiegel, Berlin/DE, 31 October 2002
Thorncroft, Anthony, ‘Year of the thirtysomethings’ in: Financial Times, London/UK, 31 May 2002
Wade, Gavin, ‘Genome Phenome Expander – Keith Tyson’ in: Tank, London/UK, March 2002
Walsh, John, ‘Renaissance Men’ in: The Independent Magazine, London/UK, 30 November 2002
Withers, Rachel, ‘Critic Picks’ on: www.artforum.com, New York, February 2002

2001 Besinger, Ken, ‘View in Venice, Buy at Basel’ in: The Wall Street Journal, New York NY, 15 June 2001
Buck, Louisa, ‘The Next Big Thing – Art’ in: Evening Standard Magazine, London/UK, 22 December 2001
Craddock, Sacha, ‘Art Between Politics and Glamour’ in: Tema Celeste, Italy, July–September 2001
Darwent, Charles, ‘Life, the Universe & Everything – a hitchhiker’s guide to Keith Tyson’ in: Modern Painters, London/UK, Winter 2001
Falconer, Morgan, ‘Parallel Universes’ in: The Royal Academy Magazine, London/UK, Autumn 2001
Fulcher, Dawn, ‘Makeshift’ in: Contemporary Visual Arts, Bath/UK, No.33, 2001
Godfrey, Mark, ‘Venice Biennale’ in: Untitled, London/UK, Summer 2001
Herbert, Martin, ‘Human Mind Mapper’ in: Art Review, London/UK, December–January 2001
Hunt, Ian, ‘The British Art Show 5’ in: Art Monthly, London/UK, May 2001
Jocks, Heinz-Norbert, ‘Alles, was zum Menschen gehört – Gespräche mitHarald Szeeman’ in: Kunstforum International, Mainz/DE, August–October 2001
McLaren, Duncan, ‘Keith Tyson’ in: The Independent, London/UK, 28 May 2001
Palmer, Judith, ‘Hubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble’ in: The Independent, London/UK, 6 April 2001
Sevastopoulou, Stella, ‘After the British Storm’ in: Athens News, Athens/GR, 26 October 2001
Vele, Ivanmaria, Carignani, Nicola, ‘An Enjoyable Tour of the Venice Biennale’ in: Boiler Magazine, The Economist, London/UK, 23 June 2001
Withers, Rachel, ‘A thousand words: Keith Tyson talks about his seven wonders of the world’ in: Artforum, New York NY, April 2001

2000 Buck, Louisa, ‘The Next Big Thing – Art’ in: Evening Standard Magazine, London/UK, 22 December 2000
Ellis, Samantha, ‘Studio Wall Drawings’ in: The Evening Standard, London/UK, 2 June 2000
Herbert, Martin, in: Time Out London, London/UK, 24–31 May 2000
Hunt, Ian, ‘British Art Show 5’ in: Art Monthly, London/UK, May 2000
McLaren, Duncan, ‘Keith Tyson’ in: The Independent on Sunday, London/UK, 28 May 2000
Palmer, Judith, ‘Hubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble’ in: The Independent on Sunday, London/UK, 6 April 2000
Sacha Craddock, ‘Art Between Politics and Glamour’ in: Tema Celeste, July–September 2000

1999 Archer, Michael, ‘Keith Tyson: Kleines Helmhaus, Zurich’ in: Art Monthly, London/UK, October 1991
Buck, Louisa, ‘Look Out, Damien’ in: Evening Standard Magazine, London/UK, 18 June 1999
Buck, Louisa, ‘Our Choice of London Contemporary Galleries’ in: The Art Newspaper, London/UK, No.88, January 1999
Craddock, Sacha, ‘Decisions, Decisions’ in: Untitled, London/UK, No.19, Summer 1999
Gellatly, Andrew, ‘It’s a Curse, It’s a Burden’ in: Frieze, London/UK, No.45, March–April 1999
Grant, Simon, ‘Keith Tyson’ in: The Guardian Guide, London/UK, 20–26 March 1999
Hall, James, ‘Keith Tyson’ in: Artforum, New York NY, Summer 1999
Morissey, Simon, ‘Keith Tyson’ in: Contemporary Visual Arts, London/UK, issue 23, 1999
___, ‘Production Lines’ in: Esquire, New York NY, May 1999
Sharkey, Alix, ‘Artful Rockers’ in: Evening Standard Magazine, London/UK, 6 August 1999
Buck, Louisa, ‘Tyson, Keith. Interview by Louisa Buck’ in: The Art Newspaper, London/UK, No. 91, April 1999

1998 Beech, Dave, ‘Another Tyson Ear Bending’ in: Everything 2:3, 1998

1997 Barrett, David, ‘Dissolution’ in: Art Monthly, London/UK, April 1997
Beech, Dave, ‘Keith Tyson’ in: Art Monthly, London/UK, June 1997
Burrows, David, ‘Low Maintenance & High Precision’ in: Art Monthly, London/UK, September 1997
Herbert, Martin, ‘Keith Tyson’ in: Time Out London, London/UK, 21–28 May 1997
Herbert, Martin, ‘Low Maintenance and High Precision’ in: Time Out London, London/UK, August 1997, pp. 213–20
___, ‘Keith Tyson’ in: ID Magazine, New York NY, January 1997

1996 Buck, Louisa, ‘Silver Scene’ in: Artforum, New Yotk NY, Spring 1996
Dower, Sean, ‘Video Review (Keith Tyson)’ in: Zap Video Magazine, London/UK, Spring 1996
Furniss, Ola, ‘Weird Art’ in: ID Magazine, New York NY, April 1996
Glueck, Grace, ‘Keith Tyson’ in: The New York Times, New York NY, 19 July 1996
Haughton, Nick, in: Mute, London/UK, No. 5, 1996
Kent, Sarah, ‘Video Games’ in Time Out London, London/UK, March 1996
McClellan, Jim, ‘The Art of the Implausible’ in: The Guardian, London/UK, 31 October 1996
Negrotti, Rosanna, ‘Pandemonium’, What’s On, London/UK, 27 March 1996
___, ‘Oxygen of Publicity’, Evening Standard, London/UK, 7 March 1996
Romney, Jonathan, ‘The in Crowd’ in: The Guardian, London/UK, 13 March 1996
Saltz, Jerry, ‘Keith Tyson’ in: Time Out New York, New York NY, July 1996
Schauer, Peter, ‘Britpack’s brilliant bargains’ in: Art Review, London/UK, Autumn 1996
Searle, Adrian, ‘Keith Tyson’ in: Time Out London, London/UK, September 1996
Tsingou, Emily, ‘Night and Day’ in: Zing Magazine, New York NY, Spring 1996
Tyson, Keith, ‘The Artmachine. Interview with Glen Brown’ in: Bomb Magazine, New Yotk NY, Autumn 1996

1995 Beech, David, ‘Strange Company the Brady Bunch Movie and KeithTyson’ in: Artifice, London/UK, No.3, 1995
Dorment, Richard, ‘Science Friction’ in: The Daily Telegraph, London/UK, 11 January 1995
Feaver, William, ‘A Strange Ghetto of Allusions’ in: The Observer Review, London/UK, 8 January 1995
Grant, Simon, ‘Institute of Cultural Anxiety’ in: Art Monthly, London/UK, February 1995
___, ‘Keith Tyson’, in: The Times, London/UK, 10 July 1995
Morgan, Stuart, ‘The Future’s Not What It Used to Be, in: Frieze, London/UK. No.21, March/April 1995
Searle, Adrian, ‘Keith Tyson’ in: Time Out London, London/UK, 12–19 July 1995
Tyson, Keith, ‘Around the Compendium in 54 Aphorisms’ in: Mute, London/UK, No. 1, Spring 1995

1994 Searle, Adrian, in: Time Out London, London/UK, September 1994
Tyson, Keith, ‘Streamer’ in: Mute, London/UK, Winter 1994

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Installation view, ‘Keith Tyson. Big Data’, Hauser & Wirth Zürich, 2018

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TYSON94199 Ikebana - Waterfall Stage ( Boss Level)

22 May – 7 Sep 2019, London

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16 Mar – 19 May 2018, Zürich

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