1987: University of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA; MFA
1983: University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Lafayette, LA; BFA

One-Person Exhibitions


“An Error Occurred,” Weiss Falk, Basel


“Assignment,” Kai Matsumiya, New York


“Yoga Mat Bread,” Hacienda, Zürich


“Open Concept,” Kai Matsumiya, New York


“Works on Paper,” Björkholmen Gallery, Stockholm


"A Conversation with the Gods," John Tevis Gallery, Paris

"My Hobo Routine," Burning Bridges, New York


Ingalls and Associates, Miami


Feature Inc., New York


“Mayflower,” Ingalls and Associates, Miami

“The Rabbit Goes in the Hole,” Cheekwood Museum of Art, Nashville, TN


“Karate, Tap Dancing, & Ping-Pong,” Roger Björkholmen Gallery, Stockholm

Feature Inc., New York

“Khlysty, the Owls, and the Others,” Whitney Museum of American Art at Altria, New York (brochure)


Feature Inc., New York


“The Underneath and Tray," commissioned installation, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

Johnson County Community College of Art, Overland Park, KS (brochure)


Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Paris

Ten in One Gallery, Chicago (project space)


Feature Inc., New York

Neuen Gessellschaft für Bildende Kunst, Realismus Studio/NGBK, Berlin (brochure)

Selected Group Exhibitions


“Summer Rental,” Rental Gallery, East Hampton, NY

“The Artist as Muse,” , curated by Ariella Wolens and Ben Tollefson, Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA

"Big Ringer," curated by Andrew Guenther, Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York, NY


"68-18," co-curated by Ludovica Capobianco and Hong Guy Shin, Shin Gallery, New York, NY

"I Am A Scientist," curated by Sadie Laska, V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, DK

"The Nature Lab," LABspace, Hillsdale, NY

"A Page From My Intimate Journal - Part 1," Gordon Robichaux, New York, NY


"Moko Fukuyama: You Never Know What You Might Find," Motoko Fukuyama's residency project and exhibition, Recess, New York, NY

"Sinister Feminism," participant as part of the Ceramics Club collective, 12th A.I.R. Gallery Biennial, curated by Piper Marshall with Lola Kramer. A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn, NY 

"Caro Niederer, Good Life Ceramics," (a curatorial project by the artist within her own exhibition), Kunst Museum, St. Gallen, Switzerland

Lucky DeBellevue / Elise Duryee-Browner," The Boom Boom Room, Brooklyn


"Splotch," Sperone Westwater, New York

"Drawing,” Kerry Schuss, New York

“2 Years of Looking,” curated by Erik Hansen, New Art Projects, London

"La Memoria en las Manos,” Maisterravalbuena Gallery, Madrid

“Five,” Barrick Museum, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

"A Summer Painting Show" (curated by Cleopatra’s and Aaron Bogart), PSM, Berlin


"CCCC – Ceramics Club Cash and Carry,” White Columns, New York

"G.I.F.T.," curated by Chus Maritnez, Campus of the Arts Basel, Basel / Münchenstein, Switzerland

"Group Show," Galerie Francesca Pia, Zürich

"Sorry, I've been trying to teach a peacock how to act," Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York


"teen glazed" or "cc pop up," Jane Hartsook Gallery, Greenwich House Pottery, New York

"The Cats-in-Residence-Program," Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT; curated by Rhonda Lieberman

"Man began with the strangeness of his own humanity," Cleopatra's, New York

“Abstract Possibilities,” Björkholmen Gallery, Stockholm

“LET'S GO LET GO: in memoriam Hudson,” 33 Orchard, New York

“Purple States,” Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York; curated by Sam Gordon


"The Cat Show," White Columns, New York; curated by Rhonda Lieberman

“Social Photography III: An exhibition of cell phone photographs,” Carriage Trade, New York

"The Way Things are Made," Spot Welders, New York; curated by Sam Gordon

"Summer Solstice," Cafe Dancer, New York

"Street Trash: Memphis," organized by Virginia Overton, Aaron Suggs, and Motoko Fukuyama


“Four by Four: Collectors Series,” Myhren Gallery, University of Denver, Denver

“The Woodpile,”271 Frost Street, Brooklyn, NY

“B-Out,” Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York; curated by Scott Hug

"Water Feature," Wildlife, Brooklyn, NY; curated by Lizzie Wright and Shaun Kurpa


“December,” Mitchell, Innes & Nash, New York; curated by Howie Chen

“Join the Black Mamba,” Karma International, Zurich

“The Drawing Club,” Soloway Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

“Minimalism: Now / Then / Again,” Speed Art Museum, Louisville Kentucky

“Take Out,” Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York; curated by Scott Hug

“I don’t know if it makes any sense — I feel quite dizzy and a little drunk due to the blow. I will return with more info shortly … ” IMO, Copenhagen; curated by Howie Chen and Tim Saltarelli (Dispatch NY)

"Street Trash," Intersection of Commercial St. Franklin Ave, and Dupont St., Brooklyn, NY; organized by James Campbell, Sadie Laska and Virginia Overton

“Social Photography II,” Carriage Trade, New York


"The Figure: Contemporary Works from the Collection," Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI

"Collision," Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI

"New Work / NewYork," Fortune Cookie Projects, Singapore; Watergate Gallery, Seoul, Korea; Changart Gallery, Beijing, China (brochure)


"Out of Order," Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York; organized by Scott Hug

"'the rainbow'," PHIL, Los Angeles

"Rob Pruitt's Holiday Flea Market, part of Pop Life: Art in the Material World," Tate Modern, London

"H x W x D, Thirty Years of MFA at UNO," The University of New Orleans, New Orleans (catalogue)

"Disorganized," Museum 52, New York; organized by Jacob Robichaux


"Couples," Roger Björkholmen Gallery, Stockholm

"Color in 3D," Westport Arts Center, Wesport, CT; curated by Saul Ostrow

"Blueballs," Art Production Fund Lab, New York

"Duck Soup," La Mama, New York; curated by Daphne Fitzpatrick

"Without Walls," Museum 52, New York


“Recent Acquisitions: Contemporary Art," Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

"In the Belly of the Whale," Tracy Williams, Ltd, New York; curated by Patrick Callery

"Neointegrity," Derek Eller Gallery, New York; curated by Keith Mayerson (catalogue)

"Material Pursuits," Robert Hull Fleming Museum, University of Vermont: curated by Evelyn Hankins (catalogue)


“Parallel Visions II: ‘Outsider’ and ‘Insider’ Art Today,” Galerie St. Etienne, New York

“The Eighth Square: Gender, Life and Desire in the Visual Arts Since 1960,” Museum Ludwig, Cologne (catalogue)

"Unwrapping the Wing." The Invisible Museum, Denver, CO; curated by Devon Dikeou

“Lucky DeBellevue, Jeff Davis, Christian Holstad,” KS Art, New York

“Above Ground,” Mary Goldman Gallery, Los Angeles


“Woven,” Gallery W 52, New York, NY; curated by Dinaberg Arts

“The sun rises in the evening,” Feature Inc., New York

“Sex,” Roger Björkholmen Gallery, Stockholm

“Material Matters,” Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY; curated by Andrea Inselmann (catalogue)

Group exhibition, Carol Biagiotti Gallery, Florence, Italy


“Itsy Bitsy Spider,” Feature Inc., New York

“Particle Theory,” Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, OH; curated by Claudine Isé (brochure)

“Endless Love,” DC Moore Gallery, New York; curated by Mark Greenwold (brochure)

“New York Show,” Opelousas Museum of Art, Opelousas, LA


"My People Were Fair and Had Cum in Their Hair," Team Gallery, New York, curated by Bob Nickas

“Fright Wig,” Feature Inc., New York

“Small Scale Sculpture & Anonymous Tantra Paintings on Paper,” Feature Inc., New York

“Peacock Hill,” Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York; Rob Pruitt / Jonathan Horowitz, Fleischmann, NY

“ … still or sparkling?,” John Connelly Presents, New York; curated by Nancy Chaikin


“K48-3: Teenage Rebel – The Bedroom Show,” John Connelly Presents, New York; curated by Scott Hug

“Arte Povera American Style: Funk, Play, Poetry, Labor,” Reinberger Galleries, Cleveland Institute of Art Cleveland, OH (catalogue)

“In the Making,” Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art, San Francisco

“Playground,” Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art, Portland, ME

“New Attitudes in Sculpture,” The Gallery @ Green Street, Boston; curated by Kenneth L. Freed

“Phil.,” 1517 N. Gardner Street, Los Angeles; curated by Tony Payne

“American Atelier,” Galeria d’Arte Moderna, Bologna, Italy; curated by Renato Barilli (catalogue)

“Toys II,” Kagan Martos Gallery, New York


“Fresh: The Altoids Curiously Strong Collection, 1998–2000,” New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York

“Invitational Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture,” American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York

“Alterations,” James Graham & Sons, New York

“Exhibition of Work by Newly Elected Members and Recipients of Honors and Awards,” American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York

“Short Stories,” Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

“Not a. Lear,” Allston Skirt Gallery, Allston, MA; Gracie Mansion Gallery, New York; curated by ANP

“Een goed in de weg staande tafel,” Galerie van Gelder, Amsterdam; curated by Jack Jaeger

“Boomerang: Collector’s Choice,” Exit Art, New York; curated by Nancy Portnoy

“World Views: Open Studio Exhibition – Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Artist-in-Residence Program at the World Trade Center,” New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York


“Greater New York,” P.S. 1 Institute for Contemporary Art, Long Island City, NY (catalogue)

“New York Projects,” Delfina Project Space, London

“Fixations: The Obsessional in Contemporary Art,” John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI; curated by Andrea Inselmann (brochure)

“Dusk,” I-20, New York; curated by David Hunt (catalogue)

“Hairy Forearm’s Self-Referral,” Feature Inc., New York

“Collected (In Mind),” Sandra Gering Gallery, New York; curated by Robert Nickas

“3ness,” Museum D’hondt-Dhaenens, Deurle, Belgium; curated by ANP, Dike Blair, and Edith Doove (catalogue)

“Not a. Lear,” Art Process, Paris; Torch Gallery, Amsterdam; Galerie S. & H. De Buck, Ghent, Belgium; curated by ANP

“soft core,” Joseph Helman Gallery, New York


“Lucky DeBellevue and Alexander Ross,” Stephen Friedman Gallery, London

“Up Your Head,” Feature Inc., New York

“Cookie Snow Feature,” Cokkie Snoei, Rotterdam

“The Altoids Curiously Strong Collection,” Clementine Gallery, New York; Centre Gallery, Miami- Dade Community College, Miami; insideART, Chicago;Robert Berman Gallery, Santa Monica, CA; Walter/ McBean Gallery, San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco

“Mealy Mouthed Materials, Charismatic Shapes & Other Funny Stories,”  Gibson Art Gallery, SUNY College at Potsdam, Potsdam, NY; University Galleries, Illinois State University, Normal, IL; Rowe Arts Gallery, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, NC; Ewing Gallery, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN; Biggen Gallery of Art, Auburn University, Auburn, AL; curated by Sandy Gil and Dan Mills (catalogue)

“curious.parking/stupendous.strawberry,” Galerie S. & H. DeBuck, Ghent, Belgium

“Loaf,” Baumgartner Galleries, New York

Group exhibition, Brent Sikkema, New York

“New York Neither / Nor,” Grand Arts, Kansas City MO; curated by Bill Arning (brochure)

“Geez Louise! Art After Louise Nevelson,” Educational Art Alliance Gallery, New York


“Science,” Feature Inc., New York

Three-person exhibition, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles

“Bowie,” Rupert Goldsworthy Gallery, New York

I ♥ NEW YORK, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh, Scotland

“Tick Tick Tick,” Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT; curated by David Borofsky

“Humble County,” D’Amelio Terras, New York

“f.i.s.t,” ANP, Antwerp, Belgium

“Opens,” M du B, F, H & g, Montreal

“Sassy Nuggets,” Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York


Two-person exhibition (with Polly Apfelbaum), Dalarnas Museum, Falun, Sweden

“Current Undercurrent: Working in Brooklyn,” Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY

“More,” XL Gallery, New York; curated by Tony Payne

“New York Drawers,” Gasworks, London; Cornerhouse, Manchester, England


“Lisa Beck, Lucky BeBellevue,” Feature Inc., New York

“The Experimenters,” Lombard Fried Fine Arts, New York

“Fancy,” Pilot Arts, New York

Feature Inc., New York

“Sculpture in the Air,” Newport Center Mall, Jersey City, NJ

“Ab Fab,” Feature Inc., New York

“The Most Important Thing in the World: Oasis vs Blur, and Other Artists Who Rock,” The Art Exchange, New York; curated by Bill Arning


“FAGGOTS: A Communiqué from North America,” Centro Cultural Ricardo Rojas, Universidad da Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina; curated by Bill Arning

“High Anxiety,” New York; curated by Kenny Schachter

“Maux Faux,” Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York

“Smells Like Vinyl,” Roger Merians Gallery, New York; curated by Thaddeus Strode and Sarah Seager


“Dreaming of You,” Garnet Press, Toronto

“Friends, Romans and Countrymen,” Feature Inc., New York


“The Art of Self-Defense and Revenge … It’s Really Hard,” Momenta Art, New York

“The Return of the Cadavre Exquis,” The Drawing Center, New York; The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC; Forum for Contemporary Art, St. Louis, MO; Fundación para el Arte Contemporáneo, Mexico City; Santa Monica Art Museum, Santa Monica, CA; curated by Ann Philbin and Ingrid Schaffner (catalogue)


“For Sale,” Flamingo East, New York

“Urban Analysis,” Barbara Braathen Gallery, New York


“Kitschen,” The Thai Cafe, Brooklyn, NY

“The Neurotic Art Show II,” Artist’s Space, New York

“Twisted Vision (irony),” Four Walls, Brooklyn, NY


“New York Artists: Miniature and Small,” 228 Parliament Gallery, Toronto


“12 Proof” (installation), Windows, New Orleans, LA


Invitational, Place St Charles, New Orleans, LA

“Twenty New Orleans Artists (Art Against AIDS),” Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, LA


“Introductions ’86,” Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, LA

Selected Bibliography


Roffino, Sarah. “The 8 Best Booths to see at Frieze New York,” Cultured. May 3, 2018

Corbett, Rachel. "‘He Was a Dealer’s Dealer’: Frieze New York Honors the Legacy of Trailblazing Gallerist Hudson," artnet News. May 1, 2018

Soligno, Matilde. “68-18: 50 Years of New York Art at SHIN Gallery,” Droste Effect. April 16, 2018

Mendelsohn, Meredith. “‘Cultured’ Mag Founder Takes Us Inside Her Home and Her Mini Media Empire.” 1st Dibs. March 5, 2018.


Scheper, Moritz. "Around Town: Basel / Various Venues," May 27, 2017


Rosenberg, Karen. "What to See in New York Galleries This Week The New York Times. October 20, 2016

Kveck, Wendy. "5 for FIVE: Lucky DeBellevue," Nomads and Settlers. October 1, 2016

Barcio, Phillip. "The Week in Abstract Art — Site Specifics," IdeelArt. September 15, 2016

Micchelli, Thomas. "When a Splotch Isn’t Just a Splotch," Hyperallergic, August 6, 2016

Cling, Carol. "Works of former UNLV artists-in-residence on display in Five," Las Vegas Review-Journal, June 3, 2016

Baude, Dawn-Michelle. "Artistic Styles and Messages Collide in the Sharply Cohesive Five," Las Vegas Weekly, May 26-June 1, 2016

Kerr, Dylan. "A Few Questions for Lucky DeBellevue, Artist, Curator, and DIY Dynamo.Artspace, January 15, 2016 


Laster, Paul. "9 Things to Do in New York’s Art World Before July 31." New York Observer (Culture), July 27, 2015 

Todd, Monique. "Our favourite all-girl art collectives." Dazed, April 2015 (reproduction)

Small, Rachel. "10 Picks from NADA 2015." Interview. May 2015 (reproduction)

Taxter, Kelly. "NADA New York 2015 Picks." Artspace, May 8, 2015 (reproduction)

Smith, Roberta. "Review: At NADA Art Fair, Collecting for Pleasure, Not Status." The New York Times, May 14, 2015.

"Zu Hause In: New York," Qvest (Germany), Issue 67, p155 (reproduction)

Caramanzana, Ian. "Collaborate at P3Studio ...," Vegas Seven, April 1, 2015 

Neufeld, Jennifer. "High Art Meets Low in Vegas as Lucky DeBellevue Crafts Up the Cosmopolitan Hotel: An Inventive Art Production Fund Project in Sin City." New York Observer, March 27, 2015 

Carter, Geoff. "The Web We Weave," Vegas Rated, March 2015, p87

"East Valley Things to Do, March 26-April 1, 2015," Las Vegas Review-Journal, March 24, 2015 

Todd, Monique. "The Galleries You Probably Didn’t Know About." Dazed, February 25, 2015


Corbett, Rachel. "The Miami Market Report: A Sales Recap." Vulture, December 19, 2014

"Art & Design: Museum & Gallery Listings for Oct. 31-Nov. 6," The New York Times, October 30, 2014  

"Goings On About Town: Lucky DeBellevue," The New Yorker, October 27, 2014

Smith, Roberta. "Art in Review: Lucky DeBellevue: ‘Open Concept’." The New York Times, October 23, 2014  

Gallant, Elise. "purple DIARY: "Open Concept" by Lucky DeBellevue at Kai Matsumiya Gallery, New York." Purple Fashion Magazine /, October 10, 2014 

Johnson, Brandon. "Lucky DeBellevue’s Open Concept at Kai Matsumiya." Zing Magazine /  X-CETERA, September 30, 2014

Armchair Traveler, The. "Armchair Traveler: Space Between." Interview, September 26, 2014


Smith, Roberta. "The Cat Show," The New York Times, July 5, C23

Genaro, Teresa. "Having Conquered the Internet, Cats Set Their Sight on the Art World." Forbes

Yablonsky, Linda. "Artifacts / Cats, the New Rulers of the Art World." TMagazine Blog / The New York Times

"Weld Done," SVA Continuing Education Blog, May 7, 2013


Blackley, Andrew. “Superimpose,” Art in Print, January-February 2012


Cotter, Holland. “‘Take Out’,” The New York Times, C22

“Take Out,” Time Out New York, August 4-10, 37

Russeth, Andrew. “The Week in Art Criticism: Dog Days of Summer Edition,” The New York Observer, August 19

Join the Black Mamba' at Karma International," Contemporary Art Daily: A Daily Journal of International Exhibitions, May 17, 2011, (reproductions)

 Cameron, Dan. "Roving Eye: Dan Cameron's Week in Review: Finer Things — News & Opinion," Art in America

 Selman, Carol. "Contemporary Artists Talk About Their Uncommon Threads." Montclair Patch. (reproduction)

 Van Siclen, Bill. " In the Galleries: 'Collision' at the RISD Museum celebrates the ephemeral and the experimental," The Providence Journal, January 20, 2011


Pruitt, Rob. "The Best of 2010: The Artists' Artists." Artforum: The Best of 2010, 94 (reproduction)

Lieberman, Rhonda. Second Best, New York 12.10.10 scene & herd 

McQuaid, Cate. "In Show, Controlled Chaos," The Boston Globe, Nov. 13

"Lucky DeBellevue: My Hobo Routine@Burning Bridges," The K48 Bullet (reproductions)

"Young Artists in New York vs. South Korea," The Union Press, March 11 (reproductions)

"The Three Kinds of Form," CNB News (reproduction)

Hui, Renfang. "Awakening," Lifestyle, May 28 (reproduction)

"New to New York-US emerging artist exhibition," NTN (Net to News) (reproductions)    


"A Little Action," School of Visual Arts Continuing Education Blog,

Mayer, Rus. "From Rus with Love: High on Highland Park," Los Angeles Times Magazine, August 2

"Out of Order: Surfing on Confusion's Clashing Waves," Leaves of Glass, December 28, 2009 


Hoge, Sharon King. "Color in 3D, Contemporary Sculptors Bring the Westport Arts Center to Life," Connecticut Cottages and Gardens, September 2008, 104 (reproduction)


"In the Belly of the Beast," Goings on About Town, The New Yorker, August 6

Whitman, Arthur. "RecentAcquisitions: Contemporary Art @The Johnson Museum, Ithaca, NY," Big Red and Shiny, Issue sixty-seven


Schachtebeck, Ric. "Das Achte Fel in Museum Ludwig Koln," Artnet Magazin, Sept. 15, 2006

Baker, R. C. “Lucky DeBellevue,” Village Voice: ShortList, March 22-28, C40

Burton, Johanna. Review, Artforum, May, 290-291 (reproduction)

Cameron, Kristi. “A Fellowship in Rome,” Metropolis, June, 130 (reproduction)

Montreuil, Gregory. Review, Gay City News, March 23-28


Rimanelli, David. "Greater New York 2005," Artforum, May 2005


Bawa, Avantika. Review of “Itsy Bitsy Spider,” (reproduction)

Kushner, Rachel. “Mindy Shapero,” Artforum, November, 210–211

Gopnik, Adam. “Endless Love,” New Yorker, February 2, 2004

Mayr, Bill. “Ordinary Materials Viewed in New Ways,” Columbus Dispatch, May 22, C1–2

Smith, Roberta. Review of “Endless Love,” New York Times, February 6

Weinstein, Joel. Review, Flash Art International, November / December, 120 (reproduction)


Johnson, Ken. “My People Were Fair … ”, New York Times, October 31, E41

Schwendener, Martha. "Still or Sparkling?", 03.24.03


Goings on About Town, The New Yorker, February 11

“62 Operai Americani,” Il Giornale Dell Arte, January, 19 (reproduction)

Litt, Steven. “Serious Whimsy,” Cleveland Plains Dealer, November 8, 52–53

Mansour, Judith. “Bring in the Funk,” Cleveland Magazine (reproduction)

Marsano, Beba. “Good Morning America, Tuttoturismo, February, 20 (reproduction)

McQuaid, Cate. “Sculptural Delights Abound in Clever, Exuberant Show,” Boston Globe, May 3, C18

Moliterni, Rocco. “Officina America,” La Stampa, February 23, 89

Naldi, Paola. “Atoms, Ecology, Cybernetics – the creativity of Officina America,” La Repubblica, Bologna, January 23, 27

Nilsson, Hakan. Review, Dagens Nyheter, September 27

Rossi, Michael. Review,, February 7 (reproductions) 

Ryan, Zoe. Review, Blueprint, March, 89 (reproductions)

Schwendener, Martha. Review, Time Out New York, February 28–March 7, 58 (reproduction)

Sherman, Mary. “Sculpture Gets a New Attitude,” Boston Herald, 21 April, 62

Sparks, Amy Bracken. “Mélange, American Style,” Northern Ohio Live, November, 16–17 (reproduction)

Watson, Brigid. Review, South End News, April 18, 16 (reproduction)


Cohen, David. Review of American Academy Invitational,, March 26

Johnson, Ken. The New York Times, Art Guide, January 12, E51

Levin, Kim. Village Voice: Choices, January 2, 68


Allfree, Claire. “Art,” Metro, August 3 (reproduction)

Coomer, Martin. Review of “New York Projects,” Time Out London, August 23, 52 (reproduction)

Cotter, Holland. “New York Contemporary, Defined 150 Ways,” The New York Times, March 6, E:1, 5

Halle, Howard. “State of the Art,” Time Out New York, March 16, 80

Hunt, David. Review, Art & Text, November, 82 (reproduction)

Johnson, Ken. Review, The New York Times, June 2, E34

Johnson, Ken. Review of “Collected (in Mind),” The New York Times, March 24, E35

Lewis, Julia Einspruch. “Chicago Hang Out,” Interior Design, March, 41 (reproduction)

Mahoney, Robert. Review, Time Out New York, June 8, 66 (reproduction)

Maxwell, Douglas F. “Greater New York at P.S. 1,” (Review magazine), May 1

Moffatt, Laura. Review of “New York Projects,” Art Monthly, September, 48–49 (reproduction)

Ratnum, Niru S. “Gallery-Controlled Diet,” The Face, August, 133 (reproduction)

Saltz, Jerry. “Greater Expectations,” Village Voice, March 14, 67

Schulz, George. “DeBellevue Weaves Pipe Cleaners Into Works of Art,” Campus Ledger, B2 (reproduction)

Shave, Stuart. “Summer Camp,” i-D, September

Stevens, Mark. “21st-Century Express,” New York Magazine, March 13, 92–93 (reproduction)

Thorson, Alice. “Sculptures from Stems,” Kansas City Star, (reproduction)

Thorson, Alice. “Top of the Week.” Kansas City Star, November 5, Arts, 12(reproduction)

Wilsher, Mark. “New York Projects,” What’s On in London, August 16 (reproduction)

Ziolkowski, Thad. Review, Artforum, September, 178 (reproduction)


“In Fashion,” Hanatsubaki, January, 6 (reproduction)

Doove, Edith. “Verrassingen uit Amerika,” De Standaard, February 3, 2

Jones, Jonathan. Review of “Up Your Head,” Contemporary Visual Arts, no. 25, 66 (reproduction)

Peaker, Carol. “Year Zero,” Canadian Art, Summer, 70 (reproduction)

Popelier, Bert. “Jonge Amerikanen,” De Financieel Economische Tijd, February 3, 12

Thorson, Alice. “But Seriously … Or Not,” Kansas City Star, July 4, J:1,5 (reproduction)


“Jeu de Piste dans les Galeries,” Nova Magazine, October, 45 (reproduction)

Arning, Bill. Review, Art in America, January, 97 (reproduction)

Arning, Bill, et al. “Top of the Pops,” Out, February, 44 (reproduction)

Brackman, Yvette. Review of “Sassy Nuggets,” Time Out New York, July 23, 71

Cotter, Holland. Review, The New York Times, July 10, E37

Marshall, Robert. Review, Zingmagazine, 149-150

Olsson, Thomas. “Som att Vandra i Bilden,” Svenska Dagbladet, January 10, E1

Turner, Grady. Review of “Bowie,” Review, December 15, 24–25

Zimmer, William. “Mirror of the Moment, Perhaps a Mild Panic,” The New York Times (Connecticut edition), May 31, 18


Review of “The Experimenters,” Time Out New York, January 16

Arning, Bill. “Brooklyn in the House,” Village Voice, August 26, 87

Berg, Ronald. “Pfeifenreinigerkunst,” Der Tagesspiegel, July 23

Cotter, Holland. The New York Times: Art Guide, October 3

Cotter, Holland. Review, The New York Times, September 26, E37

Cotter, Holland. Review of “The Experimenters,” The New York Times, January 10

Henze, Nikola. “Pfeifenputzer Sind die Krönung: Lucky DeBellevue in der NGBK.” Berliner Morgenpost, July 15

Kay, Manuela. “Lucky DeBellevue: Objekte & Installationen,” Siegessäule, July 1, 28

Schmerler, Sarah. Review of “Current Undercurrent,” Time Out New York, July 31

Törner, Marianne. “Magiska Kedjor och Golvmåleri,” Falu Kuriren, December 6, 22 (reproduction)

Ziolkowski, Thad. Review, Artforum, December, 121–122 (reproduction)


Dowd, Luke. Review, ThingReviews, March 11

Levin, Kim. Village Voice: Choices, March 5


Goings on About Town, New Yorker, May 3


Taylor, Kate. “Art About,” Toronto Globe and Mail, July 5


Review of “Twenty-One New Orleans Artists,” Art Papers, January/February

Projects and Reproductions of Artwork


“Eye Mask: Watching the Block with Lucky Debellevue,” Cultured, July 2019.


Haus zur Sul, Lucky DeBellevue. Book published on the occasion of the exhibition Lucky DeBellevue – Yoga Mat Bread, Hacienda, Zurich, June 2015. Released in conjunction with the exhibition Lucky DeBellevue – An Error Occurred, Weiss Falk, Basel, March 2017 with text by Sara Roffino. (Softcover, 19×42 cm, Text in English). Published by Oskar Weiss / Hacienda Books. Designed by Teo Schifferli. Printed in Italy. ISBN 978-3-9524429-7-5.


Screening of Sahara / March 2016, at The Sump (New York), with live music accompaniment by David Watson, Craig Kalpakjian and Zach Steinman

Co-curator, along with Robert Tracy and Audrey Barico, of the Teaching Gallery at UNLV Marjorie Barrick Museum, Las Vegas, September 2016

Redeux (Sort of), curated by Lucky DeBellevue, Kai Matsumiya, New York. January-February 2016


"Mix of the Month, curated by Lucky DeBellevue," Zingmail, June 2013 


Dispatch Superimpose. Dispatch print collaboration.


“Collaboration,” curatorial art project, Zingmagazine, issue #22


Pop Touched Me, the Art of Rob Pruitt, Abrams, New York(contributed text)


Foundation Barbin; founder. Organizer, Inaugural group exhibition, “edia Int'l Group,” New York


Whitney Museum of American Art at Altria, 25 Years, forward by Adam D. Weinberg, Introduction by Shamim M. Momin, Yale University Press, pages 31, 120 (reproductions)


Index 2005, Fellows and Residents at the American Academy in Rome, Palombi Editore, Rome (reproductions)

Pentak, Stephen and Richard Roth, eds. Color Basics, Thomson Wadsworth, pages 108-109 (reproduction)

Bedicenti, Donato, Con-Vincere, Donzelli Editore, (book cover, reproduction of artwork)


Kocache, Moukhtar, and Erin Shirreff, eds. Site Matters: The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s World Trade Center Artists Residency, 1997- 2001, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York, 284–285 (reproductions)


“Loose,” Arena Homme, Spring/Summer, 247(reproduction of artwork)


Cruz, Amada. Fresh Cream, Phaidon Press, 214–219 (reproductions)


Open City, no, 5, pages 57–61 (artist’s project)


Haynes, Todd. “Lines of Flight,” Artforum, April, 79 (reproduction of artwork)

Schachter, Kenny, ed. Artychoke TV (video program on Manhattan Cable)

Awards and Honors


Artist in Residence, The University of Nevada at Las Vegas (Spring Semester)


P3Studio Artist in Residence, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas in partnership with Art Production Fund, Las Vegas, NV


Nominee, Best Alternative Project:  edia Int'l Group, Foundation Barbin. Rob Pruitt's Art Awards in association with The Guggenheim Museum and White Columns


The Versailles Foundation Munn Artists Program, Giverny, France, residency


Joseph H. Hazen Rome Prize Fellowship, American Academy in Rome


Academy Award in Art, American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York


Residency, Delfina, London


The Louis Comfort Tiffany Award, (catalogue)