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Marcel Dzama

Born in 1974, Winnipeg, Canada. Lives and works in New York, NY


University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada, B.F.A. (first class honors)


2007 Celluloid Ceremony, Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm, Sweden

Moving Picture, Timothy Taylor, London, United Kingdom

Marcel Dzama, Magnus Karlsson Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden

2006 Marcel Dzama, Sies + Höke, Düsseldorf, Germany

Marcel Dzama: Tree With Roots, IKON, Birmingham, England [itinerary: Centre for

Contemporary Arts, Glasgow, Scotland]

Marcel Dzama, The Richard L. Nelson Gallery & The Fine Arts Collection, UC Davis, Davis,


2005 The Course of Human History Personified, David Zwirner, New York, NY

The Lotus Eaters, Centre d’art Santa Monica, Barcelona, Spain [itinerary: Le Magasin

Centre National d'Art Contemporain, Grenoble, France]

2004 Marcel Dzama, Christophe Daviet-Thery Livres et Editions d'Artistes, Paris, France

The Albatross Note, Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm, Sweden

The Last Winter, Timothy Taylor Gallery, London, England

Marcel Dzama, Sies + Höke, Dusseldorf, Germany

Marcel Dzama, Olga Korper, Toronto, Canada

Marcel Dzama, Susan Inglett Gallery, New York, NY

Bears in My Room: Works on Paper by Marcel Dzama, Second Street Gallery, Charlottesville,


2003 Marcel Dzama, Richard Heller Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

Marcel Dzama, David Zwirner, New York, NY

Marcel Dzama, Rizziero Arte, Pescara, Italy

Daily Apocalypse: One Drawing by Two Artists, Perugi artecontemporanea, Padova, Italy


Drawings by Marcel Dzama: From the Bernardi Collection, Art Gallery of Windsor, Windsor,


2002 Marcel Dzama, Sies + Höke, Düsseldorf, Germany

Drawings for Dante, Timothy Taylor Gallery, London, UK

2001 More Famous Drawings, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada [itinerary: Olga

Korper Gallery, Toronto, Canada; Saidye Bronfman Center for the Arts, Montreal, Canada;

Agnes Etherington Art Gallery, Kingston, Canada; Art Gallery of Calgary, Calgary,

Canada; Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, Saskatchwan, Canada; Laforet Galleries, Tokyo,


Marcel Dzama: New Drawings, Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm, Sweden

Marcel Dzama, Monica de Cardenas, Milan, Italy

Marcel Dzama, Diehl Vorderwuelbecke, Berlin, Germany

Marcel Dzama, Galleria No Code, Bologna, Italy

Marcel Dzama, Richard Heller, Santa Monica, CA

Marcel Dzama, Olga Korper Gallery, Toronto, Canada

Marcel Dzama, Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle, WA

2000 Marcel Dzama, David Zwirner, New York, NY

Marcel Dzama, Sies + Höke, Düsseldorf, Germany

More Famous Drawings, Plug In, Winnipeg, Canada [Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery,

University of British Columbia, Canada]

Zeichnungen + Video, Diehl Vorderwuelbecke, Berlin, Germany

1999 Marcel Dzama, Richard Heller Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

Marcel Dzama, Greene Gallery, Geneva, Switzerland

Marcel Dzama, Casa Triagulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Marcel Dzama, Espaco p Producoes, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

1998 Marcel Dzama, Espace Purplex, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Marcel Dzama, Casa Triangulo, San Paulo, Brazil

Marcel Dzama, ArtPace Foundation, San Antonio, TX

Marcel Dzama, Richard Heller Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

Marcel Dzama, ArtForum Berlin, Berlin, Germany

Marcel Dzama, David Zwirner, New York, NY

Marcel Dzama, ArtPace, San Antonio, TX

1997 Marcel Dzama, Richard Heller, Santa Monica, CA


2007 Hinter den Sieben Bergen, Patricia Low Contemporary, Gstaad, Switzerland

5 rencontres d’artistes, Christophe Daviet-Thery, Paris, France

2006 Into Me/Out of Me, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, New York, NY [itinerary: Kunst-Werke Berlin

e.V. – Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, Germany; MACRO Museo d’Arte

Contemporanea Roma, Rome, Italy]

Since 2000: Printmaking Now, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

Parallel Visions II: “Outsider” and “Insider” Art Today, Gallerie St. Etienne, New York, NY

Faces of a Collection, Kunsthalle Mannheim, Mannheim, Germany

New Prints 2006, International Print Center New York, New York, NY

The Compulsive Line: Etching 1900 to Now, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

Down By Law, 2006 Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY

Peer Pleasure 1: Royal Art Lodge, Space 1026 and Instant Coffee, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts,

San Francisco, CA

2005 Take Two. Worlds and Views: Contemporary Art from the Collection, Museum of Modern Art,

New York, NY

Always Crashing in the same Car, Galleri Susanne Ottesen, Copenhagen, Denmark

Funny Cuts: Cartoons and Comics in Contemporary Art, Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Stuttgart Germany

Words: The Formal Presence of Text in Modern and Contemporary Works on Paper, Andrea Rosen

Gallery, New York, NY

Eccentric Modern, The Foundation To-Life, NY

The Gallery, Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm, Germany

Max Ernst and the tradition of the Modern, StäDtische Kunsthalle Mannheim, Mannheim, Germany

Drawing Narrative: Laylah Ali, Will Crow, Marcel Dzama, Drew King, Craig Kuica, Elaine Lynch,

Chirs Oliveria, Robyn O'Neil, Jane South, The College of Wooster Art Museum, Wooster,


Tres O Cuatro Historias, Galeria Helga de Alvear, Madrid, Spain.

Dear New Girl or whatever your name is, Jack Hanley Gallery, San Francisco, CA

New Work/New Acquisitions, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

Security Check: Painting after Romanticism, Arndt & Partner, Zurich

Le Melange des Genres: Creatures Hybrides et Mysterieuses, Musee des Beaux-Arts de Rouen,

Rouen, France

The Royal Art Lodge: Serpentine Musings, The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, Ireland

pensieri dei serpenti by The Royal Art Lodge, Perugi artecontemporanea, Padova, Italy

Surface, Lucas Schoormans Gallery, New York, NY

The Royal Art Lodge: Venetian Works at Caffé Florian, Caffé Florian, Venice, Italy

2004 The Royal Art Lodge: Hypothermia, Atelier Gallery, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Strips & Characters, Kunstraum Muenchen, Munich, Germany [itinerary: Kunstverein

Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg, Germany, 2005]

The Royal Family, Richard Heller Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

Diaries and Dreams: Drawings, Ursula Bickle Foundation, Kraichtal, Germany

Huts, The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, Ireland

Paradiso e Inferno, Galleria di Piazza San Marco, Dorsoduro, Italy

À Fripon, Frion et Demi, Pour une École Buissonnière, Collection Lambert en Avignon, Avignon,


Dessins et des autres, Galerie Anne de Villepoix, Paris, France

The Royal Art Lodge: Pride in Workmanship, The Houldsworth Gallery, London, UK

Nieva Negro, PhotoEspaña2004 International Photography Festival, Madrid, Spain

Bande Annonce, Véronique de Bellefroid & Bernard Prévot, Brussels, Belgium

Funny Cuts: Cartoons and Comics in Contemporary Art, Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Stuttgart,


Works on Paper, Sprüth Magers Projekte, Munich, Germany

Die ungeschriebene Nachkriegsgeschichte der Zeichnung, Galerie Heubner, Frankfurt, Germany


2003 Royal Art Lodge: Ask the Dust, The Drawing Center, New York, NY [itinerary: Power Plant,

Toronto; De Vleeshal and De Kabinetten van De Vleeshal, Middleburg, The Netherlands;

Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, South Korea; Elaine L. Jacob Gallery, Wayne State

University, Detroit, MI; The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA]

For the Record: Drawing Contemporary Life, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC, Canada


The Great Drawing Show 1550-2003, Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Odd Fellows, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA

Rendered, Sara Meltzer Gallery, New York, NY

Sweet Tooth, Mixture Contemporary Art, Houston, TX

Zwischenbilanz, Kunstforum Baloise, Basel, Switzerland

MosaiCanada: Sign and Sound, The Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea

2002 Fantasyland, D’Amelio Terras, New York, NY

ONE THOUSAND WORDS, John Kohler Art Center, Sheboygan, WI

Fantasy Underfoot, Corcoran Biennial, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

Expect: Art, The What to Expect Foundation, New York, NY

La Biennale de Montreal 2002, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Short Stories, The Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Canada

2001 I NY, David Zwirner, New York, NY

I NY, Zwirner & Wirth, New York, NY

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: A Spaghetti Western, Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver, CO


Read All about it, Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle, WA

Ziviler Ungehorsam, Sammlung Falckenberg, Hanover. Germany

The Royal Art Lodge, Perugi Artecontemporanea, Padova, Italy

Artpile: The Royal Art Lodge, Atelier Gallery, Vancouver, B.C., Canada

The Royal Art Lodge: Amounts of Blood, Artcore, Toronto, Canada

Paperview, Espacio Minimo, Madrid, Spain

IN FUMO, Galleria of Modern and Contemporary Art, Bergamo, Italy

Amused: Humor in Contemporary Art, Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago, IL

W5: Five Winnipeg Artists Spanning Five Generations, Art Gallery of Southwestern Mantioba,

Brandon, Manitoba, Canada

2000 Canada 2 Perspectives, Artcore Gallery, Toronto, Canada

Dr. Wings, Galerie Air de Paris, Paris, France

Fall Survey, Douglas Udell Gallery, Edmonton/Vancouver, Canada

Babylon, Galleri Philomene Magers, Munich, Germany

Selections from The Manilow Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL

Double Whammy, Atelier Gallery, Vancouver, Canada

Garage Video, North Dakota Museum, Grand Forks, ND

Garage Video, Plug In Gallery, Winnipeg, Canada

Drawing Show, Chicago Institute of Art, Chicago, IL

The Drawing Show, Lizbeth Oliviera Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Drawings 2000, Barbara Gladstone, New York, NY

The Royal Art Lodge Presents, Atelier Gallery, Vancouver, B.C., Canada

Royal Art Lodge Drawings, Helen Pitt Gallery, Vancouver, B.C., Canada

Selections from the Permanent Collection, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, B.C., Canada

Canada 3 Perspectives, Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa, Venice, Italy

1999 Greetings from Winnipeg, Minneapolis College of Art & Design, Minneapolis, MN

Draw, Ten in One Gallery, Chicago, IL

Castelli di Carte, Galeria Claudia Gian Ferrari, Milan, Italy

Sit(E)ings: Trajectories for a Future, Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada


1998 Selections Spring ’98, The Drawing Center, New York, NY

For the Birds, The Figures, Great Barrington, MA

Laughing, Plug In Gallery, Winnipeg, Canada

1997 Richard Heller Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

New Fun Video Show #7, Espace Purplex, San Paulo, Brazil

Wood Inc., Off-Ice Gallery, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada

Fresh Popped, Plug in Gallery, Anti-Chamber, Winnipeg, Canada

Gallery 1.1.1., Gallery 1.1.1., University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada

Art for Healing, Walker Theater, Winnipeg, Canada

The Royal Art Lodge, Small Projects Gallery, University of Houston, TX

1996 Fite Gallery, Winnipeg, Canada


2007 Davies, Lillian. “Picks: Marcel Dzama.” (April 3, 2007) [ill.]

Rappolt, Mar. “Marcel Dzama: Bear Baiting, A Violent Zootopia.” Art Review (March 2007): 66.


Sinclair, Charlotte. “Strange Days.” British Vogue (March 2007): 127. [ill.]

“A Rose by any Other Name: Art by Marcel Dzama.” Interview (February 2007): 186. [ill.]

2006 Enright, Robert. “Return of the Crazy Gang.” Art Review (March 2006): 64-68.

Perez, Magdalene. “Dzama-Rama.” ARTINFO (March 30, 2006)

Skloot, Rebecca. “Taking the Least of You.” The New York Times Magazine (April 16, 2006)

Simms, Molly. “Bearly There.” BUST (April/May, 2006): 16.

“A Little Cold Blood: or Was That Root Beer? A conversation between Marcel Dzama and Cheryl

Kaplan.” db artmag (Deutsche Bank) (April 2006)

2005 Beatty, Emma and Gareth Harris. “What’s On: Rest of the World, Mexico.” The Art Newspaper

What’s On, (June 2005): 25.

Burwick, Carly. "Absolutely Fabulist." ARTnews (October 2005): 158-161. [ill.]

Camps, Marta. “The lotus eaters.” Suite, 55 (March 2005): 14.

Daniel, Noel. “Los Angeles: Richard Heller Gallery: The Royal Family.” contemporary, 70 (2005):


Dzama, Marcel. "Homeless." zingmagazine, Issue 20 (Winter 2005): 201 - 215. [ill.]

Dzama, Marcel. "Marcel Dzama on William Blake's The Wood of the Self-Murderers: The

Harpiesand the Suicide (1824-1827)." Tate Etc. (Autumn 2005): 111.

Dumoulin, Kate. “Hype Sample – Winnipeg wunderkind.” Flare (September 2005): 70.

Espinosa, Guillermo. “Marcel Dzama.” Vanidad (February 2005): 68-71.

Galloway, David. “‘Central Station’”, Reviews: International.” Artnews (February 2005)

Geddes, Stuart. “Design Atlas: Exquisite Corpus.” Monument, no. 62 (August/September 2004): 94-


Gell, Aaron. “Innocence and Experience: Marcel Dzama Comes in from the Cold.” Vanity Fair

(September, 2005): 224.

van der Kamp, Maarten. “De ordening van de wereld.” mister motley: magazine over kunst

(Summer 2005): 8-17.

Kunitz, Daniel. “Meet the New Folk.” ArtReview (April 2005): 44-45.

Lasky, Julie. “Charms.” International Design (December 2005): 100-101.

LeMieuz-Ruibal, Bruno. “Marcel Dzama – David Zwirner Gallery.” Flash Art

(November/December 2005): 89-90.

Liss, David. “Canada: New Identities, New Territories.” arco, no. 35 (spring 2005): 23-26.

Lubow, Arthur. “Beck at a Certain Age.” The New York Times Magazine (March 6, 2005): 44-49.

Meno, Joe. “Marcel Dzama.” Punk Planet, Issue 70 (November/December 2005): 52-56.

Montornés, Frederic. “Un taxidermista surgido del Frio,” Suite, No. 31 (2005): 34-35.

Neelon, Caleb. “The Royal Art Lodge.” Swindle (2005): 54-59.

Neil, Jonathon T.D. “New York –– Marcel Dzama: The Course of Human History Personified.”

Modern Painters (November 2005): 106.

duPont, Lauren. “View: Adventures in Shopping - Marcel Dzama Drawings.” Vogue (December

2005): 226.

Pareles, Jon. “Critic’s Choice: New CDs, ‘Guero’ Beck.” The New York Times (March 21, 2005):

E5. [ill.]

Rosenberg, Karen. “Art: An Evening in Chelsea.” New York Magazine (September 12, 2005): 156.

Samyn, Paul and Dan Lett. “Manitoba’s Power 30.” Winnipeg Free Press (October 2, 2005)

Schwendener, Martha. "Marcel Dzama." Time Out New York (Sept. 22-28, 2005): 72.

Solomon, Deborah. "Drawn to Trouble: Marcel Dzama's twisted fairy-tale world comes to life." The

New York Times Magazine (September 4, 2005): 4, 42-45.

Spears, Dorothy. "Dzama in New York" Art on Paper (November/December 2005): 33-34. [ill].

Walker, Morley. “Beck Gives Dzama a Lift in New York Times Story,” The Winnipeg Free Press

(March 9, 2005)

Weiner, Emily. “Painting the Town: Christmas in July.” Time Out New York (July 21-27, 2005): 76.

“Agenda – Marcel Dzama.” Amica (November 2005): 47.

“Art / Listings – David Zwirner: Marcel Dzama.” Time Out New York (September 8-15, 2005): 135.

“Creature Discomfort.” W Magazine – Jewelry (December 2005): 56.

“Galleries –– Chelsea: Marcel Dzama.” The New Yorker (September 19, 2005): 23.

“Goings on About Town – Museum of Modern Art.” The New Yorker (September 19, 2005): 18.

“Marcel Dzama.” The New Yorker (September 19, 2005): 23.

“Marcel Dzama and Jockum Nordström.” Tokion, No. 47 (March/April 2005): 58-59.

“Personification.” The New York Sun (September 21, 2005): 9.

"Presto Change-o: Creature Discomforts." W Magazine (November 2005): 162.

“The Preview Matrix.” New York Magazine (September 12, 2005): 118.

“The Royal Art Lodge.” Swindle, No. 3 (2005): 54-59.

2004 Boudinot, Ryan, ed. HOBART #4 (Winter 2004-2005) [ill.]

Dault, Julia. “A Bestiary Like No Other.” National Post (February 12, 2004): AL6.

Gavin, Francesca. “Gang Leader.” I-D, No. 246 (November 2004): 48.

Geddes, Stuart. “Exquisite Corpus: The Royal Art Lodge, Canada.” Monument, no. 62

(August/September 2004): 94.

Hackworth, Nick. “Bad Company.” Dazed & Confused, Vol. 2, Issue #19 (November 2004): 100-

107. [ill.]

Karlsson, Magnus. "Marcel Dzama." Ledmotiv, No. 1 (2004): 38-45. [ill.]

Kim, Olivia. “King of Art: Marcel Dzama.” Tokion, No. 40 (March/April 2004): 20-22.

Leith, Anne. “Marcel Dzama, Jockum Nordström.” Modern Painters (Spring 2004): 129.

McNally, Whitney. “Next Artist.” Details, Vol. 22, Issue 06 (April 2004): 172.

Stern, Steven. “Marcel Dzama/Jockum Nordström.” Time Out New York, no. 431 (January 1-8,

2004): 53.

T.P. “Marcel Dzama.” Exit Express, No. 1 (February 2004): 10.

Zembrowski, Sam. “Beaux Livres: Lonesome Creatures of a worried World.” french revue de

modes (autumn/winter 04/05): 306-307. [ill.]

“Story Fragments.” “The New Year in Prints: The First Annual New Prints Review.” art on paper

(November/December 2004): 64-65. [ill.]

Black Book, No. 34, Arts Issue (Fall 2004) [postcard insert]

“From Sad Clown to Sun Face.” MOCA LA Magazine (December 2004/January/February 2005): 6.


“Marcel Dzama.” The New Yorker (December 12, 2004): 16.

“Gift Guide: Marcel Dzama Action Figures.” Time Out New York, no. 477 (November 18-24,


2003 Dunn, Melissa and Charles Gute. “The Royal Art Lodge: Ask the Dust.” Flash Art, Vol. 36, No.

229 (March –April 2003): 55.

Haddad, Natalie. “Without Boundaries.” Real Detroit Weekly, (December 17-23, 2003): 18.

Heller, Richard. “The Little People.” ArtReview (May 2003): 54.

Herbert, Martin. “Marcel Dzama at Timothy Taylor Gallery.” Tema Celeste (2003)

Lazarovic, Sarah. National Post (January 29, 2003)

Lovejoy, Bess. “Where the wild things are.” Resonance, No. 37 (2003): 12-13.

Mays, John Bentley. “C’est la vie.” Canadian Art, Vol. 20, No. 1 (Spring 2003): 66-72.

Pollack, Barbara. “The New Visionaries.” ARTnews, Vol. 102, No. 11 (December 2003): 92 –


Rosenberg, Karen. “Talent: Queer as Folk.” New York (December 15, 2003): 98.

Saltz, Jerry. “A Survey of Drawing on the Rise Paper Trail.” Village Voice (January 29 - February

4, 2003): 56.

Stern, Steven. “The imaginative faculty,” Time Out New York (February 13 - 20, 2003): 59.

Trainor, James. “Winnipeg on the Hudson.” BorderCrossings, Vol. 22, No. 3 (August 2003): 36-


Whyte, Murray. “Making Art Around the Hearth While Warding Off the Chill.” The New York

Times (January 19, 2003): 36.

Wilson, Jill. “Prairie Renaissance.” Utne Arts Extra (2003): 40-41.

“The Bear Facts,” BorderCrossings, Vol. 22, No. 3 (August 2003): 11-12, 42.

Cabinet, Issue 9 (Winter 2002/2003): 95-98. [ill.]

Kid’s Wear, No. 18 (Summer 2004): 104 – 109. [ill.]

“The Royal Art Lodge.” The New Yorker (February 10, 2003): 20.

Ten by Ten, Volume 2, Number 2 (Winter/Spring 2003): 38-39. [ill.]

“Marcel Dzama.” Tema Celeste, No. 95 (January – February 2003): 97.

“Don’t Miss… Marcel Dzama, New Work.” Time Out New York, No. 428 (December 11-18, 2003):


“Wanted: ‘Anonymous’ Canadian art.” Toronto Star (January 19, 2003)

“The Royal Art Lodge.” Zingmagazine, Issue 18 (Winter/Spring 2003)

2002 Booth, Hannah. "Dark horse." Design Week (October 24, 2002)

Borins, Daniel. “New Canadian Folk.” C: International Contemporary Art, No. 72 (Winter

2001/02): 13 - 16.

Dzama, Marcel. “Marcel Dzama’s Winnipeg.” enRoute (Air Canada) (October 2002): 105.

Edwards, Charolette. “Canada Dry.” ArtReview (November 2002): 41.

Enright, Robert. "Canada>> the next generation." Time (October 14, 2002): 65.

Honigan, Ana Finel. "Fantasyland." Time Out New York, Issue 351 (June 20 - 27, 2002): 60.

Kimmelman, Michael. "Fantasyland." The New York Times (June 14, 2002): E38.

Laurence, Robin. “The Royal Art Lodge.” Canadian Art, Vol. 19, No. 1 (Spring 2002): 92-96.

McSorley, Tom. “Film (dzama).” Take One, No. 35 (December 2001 – February 2002): 54.

O’Sullivan, Michael. “The Corcoran Biennial: Dramatic License.” The Washington Post.

(December 27, 2002): WE38.

Cabinet Magazine (Winter 2002/2003): 95 - 98. [ill.]

Harper's Magazine (June 2002): 22. [ill.]

2001 Dzama, Marcel. “Top Ten.” Artforum International (October 2001): 59.

Farber, Neil. The New Yorker (July 23, 2001)

Ferm, Thomas. "Sex fragor till Marcel Dzama." Presens. No. 1, (2001): 44.

Hanna, Deirdre. "Drawing Power: Marcel Dzama." Now, Toronto's Independent Weekly, Issue 997,

Vol. 20, No. 25. (February 22 - 28, 2001)

Leffingwell, Edward. “Marcel Dzama at David Zwirner.” Art in America (February 2001): 144-145.

Lacapola, Monica. “L’humor nero di Marcel Dzama.” Zero + Arte (July 13, 2001)

Matthews, Kevin. “Marcel Dzama.” Agent (Fall 2001): 15.

McEwen, Adam. “People are strange. Adam McEwen on Marcel Dzama.” Frieze. (May 2001): 66-


McSorley, Tom. “Short Takes: Film (Dzama).” Take One. (December 2001): 54.

Molinari, Guido, “Marcel Dzama.” Flash Art (Italy). (August/September 2001)

Roenisch, Clint. "Marcel Dzama: More Famous Drawings." dART International, Vol. 4, No. 2,

(Spring 2001): 16 - 17.

Sommerman, Eileen. “Looking at Dzama.” Canadian Art, Vol. 18, No. 2 (Summer 2001): 92.

"Looking at Dzama." Canadian Art (Summer 2001): 92.

“Dzama, fumetti nobili.” La Republica (June 2001)

“Akvareller.” Lyrikvannen (May 2001): 20.

“Art 2001. Top 10.” Now (December 27, 2001)

2000 Abbe, Mary. "Odd, Canada!" Star Tribune, Minneapolis (January 21, 2000): 11-12.

Butvin, Marnie. "Marcel Dzama: More Famous Drawings." Artichoke (Fall/Winter 2000): 26-


Delgado, Jerome. "L'univers onirique de Marcel Dzama." La Presse, Montreal (September 30,

2000): D16.

Dualt, Gary Michael. “A little too good? No way.” Toronto Globe & Mail (February 12, 2000)

Eggers, Dave. "After Wham! Pow! Shazam!" Time Magazine (November 26, 2000): 10.

Errett, Ben. "The silly, sinister world of Marcel Dzama." The McGill Daily (September 25, 2000): 8-


Harnett, Shamona. "Hot new artist." Winnipeg Free Press (June 8, 2000): D5.

Lehmann, Henry. "Odd menagerie of archetypes." The Gazette, Montreal (October 14, 2000): J6.

Mavrikakis, Nicolas. "L'enfance de l'art." Voir (October 12 - 18, 2000): 62.

McLeod, Dayna. "Ride'em Sea Monkey!" hour (September 28 - October 4, 2000): 37.

Olynyk, Justin. "Marcel Dzama, More Famous than ever." The Manitoban (June 28, 2000): 12.

Shaw, Lytle. “Marcel Dzama and Jockum Nordström.” Time Out New York (October 5-12, 2000)

Smith, Roberta. “Marcel Dzama and Jockum Nordström.” Art in Review (September 29, 2000)

Vesuwalla, Peter. "Dali, Dzama." Uptown (August 24, 2000): 9.

"More Marcel." Uptown (June 8, 2000): 12.

1999 Barham, Scott. "Sit(E)ings is amusing, graceful." Saturday Free Press (Winnipeg) (August 14,

1999): B4.

Enright, Robert. “The Wizard of Odd.” Saturday Night (November 1999): 76-82.

Pagel, David. “Darker Drawings.” Los Angeles Times. (June 18, 1999): 24.

Rosenberg, Jeremy. "Maple Leafs to Lone Rangers." dART International (Spring/Summer 1999):


Shaw, Lytle. “Marcel Dzama and Jockum Nordström.” Time Out New York. (October 5-12, 1999)

“Clothes Encounters.” V Magazine (November/December 1999)

"Untitled Drawings: Marcel Dzama." Zingmagazine (Spring/Summer 1999)

1998 Enright, Robert. "Walking the line." Globe and Mail (Winnipeg) (November 7, 1998)

Enright, Robert. “Feature Portfolio.” Border Crossings (Summer 1998): 16-24

Forgács, Éva. “Marcel Dzama.” Art Issues, No. 52 (March/April 1998): 42.

Harrison, Riva. “Artist Profile Feature.” Winnipeg Sun (September 29, 1998): 16-17.

Ornelas, Rodolfo B. & Tom Reel. "On the Scene." San Antonio Examiner (July 15, 1998)

Rockwell, Steve. “Marcel Dzama.” D’Art International (April/May/June 1998): 25.

Scanlon, Molly. “Review.” NY Arts, No. 21 (May 1998): 30.

Smith, Roberta. “Marcel Dzama.” The New York Times (April 10, 1998): E39.

Stevens, Andrea. “Marcel Dzama, Modern Renaissance Man.” Bleach Magazine (May 1998): 30-35


Zinman, Greg. "Where the Wild Things Are." Swing, Vol. 4, No. 10 (November 1998): 33.

“Dzamatizations : The Drawings of Marcel Dzama.” Border Crossings (July 1998): 36-41.

Coagula Art Journal, Iss. 32 (March - April 1998): 37.

“Goings on About Town.” The New Yorker (April 13, 1998): 16.

“Voice Choices.” The Village Voice (April 14, 1998): 70.

1997 Dzama, Marcel. “Dramatizations: the Drawings of Marcel Dzama,” Border Crossings, Issue No. 87,

(July 1998): 36-41.

Pagel, David. “Amiss and Lively.” Los Angeles Times (July 18, 1997): 24.

“Filling in the pieces of Dzama’s Drawings.” Los Angeles Times (January 16, 1998): 28.


2007 London, England. Timothy Taylor Gallery. Moving Picture, 2007.

2006 New York, NY. Distributed Art Publishers. Painting People: Figure Painting Today, 2006. Text

by Charlotte Mullins.

2005 Barcelona, Spain. Fundació Trenta Quilòmetres Per Segon, Armpit of the Mole, 2005.

Cologne, Germany. Walter Konig. Marcel Dzama: Paintings and Drawings, 2005. Text by Catrin


Dublin, Ireland. The Douglas Hyde Gallery. Serpentine Musings, 2005.

London, England. Phaidon Press. Vitamin D, 2005. Text by Emma Dexter.

New York, NY. McSweeney’s. Dear New Girl Or Whatever Your Name Is, 2005.

New York, NY. David Zwirner. The Course of Human History Personified, 2005. Texts by Jason

Rosenfeld & Jason Tougaw.

Padova, Italy. Perugi artecontemporanea. Pensieri dei serpenti, 2005. Text by Guido Bartorelli.

Paris, France. La Maison Rouge, Paris and Fage Editions, Lyon. Central Station: Collection Harald

Falckenberg, 2005. Text by Laurence Dreyfus.

San Antonio, TX. Artpace. Artists Salute Artpace, auction catalogue, 2005.

Zurich, Switzerland. Arndt & Partner Zurich. Security Check: Painting After Romanticism, 2005.

Texts by: Amélie von Heydebreck, Florian Illies and Silke Hohmann.

2004 Dublin, Ireland. The Douglas Hyde Gallery. Huts, 2004. Texts by Michael Hinds and John


Frankfurt, Germany. Galerie Hubner. Die Ungeschriebene Wachkriegsgeschichte Der Zeichnung,

2004. [includes image CD]

Ipatinga, Brazil. Insituto Cultural Usiminas. Perfil de una coleção, 2004. Text by Bruce Chatwin.

Meunchen, Germany. Kunstraum Meunchen and Kunstverein Wolfsburg. Strips & Characters,

2004, ill.

New York, NY. Tate. American Patrons of the Tate: Annual Report 2004, 2004.

Santa Monica, CA. Richard Heller Gallery. The Royal Family, 2004. ill.

London, UK. Timothy Taylor Gallery. Marcel Dzama: The Last Winter, 2004.

Cologne, Germany. Sies + Höke. Marcel Dzama: Paintings and Drawings, 2004. Text by Catrin


Vancouver, B.C., Canada. Vancouver Art Gallery. For the Record: Drawing

Contemporary Life, 2003. Text by Daina Augaitis.

Madrid, Spain. PHE04 Historias, International Festival of Photography and the Visual Arts, 2004.

2003 Bologna, Italy. Hybris S.r.1., Animal Appeal: Uno Studio Sul Teriomorfismo, 2003. Texts by

Roberto Marchesini and Karin Andersen.

Kraichtal-Unteröwisheim, Germany. Ursula Blickle Stiftung. Diaries & Dreams: Arbeiten auf

Papier, 2004.

New York, NY. The Drawing Center. Royal Art Lodge: Ask the Dust Dictionary of Received Ideas,

2003. Text by Wayne Baerwaldt, Joseph R. Wolin & Lytle Shaw.

Padova, Italy. Perugi artecontemporanea. Marcel Dzama and Neil Farber: Daily Apocalypse, 2003.

Text by Daniela Lotta.

Pescara, Italy. Rizziero Arte. Welcome to Winnipeg, 2003.

San Francisco, CA. McSweeney’s Books. Marcel Dzama: “The Berlin Years,” 2003. Introductions

by Sarah Vowell and Viggo Mortensen.

Vancouver, Canada. Vancouver Art Gallery. For the Record: Drawing Contemporary Life, 2003.

Text by Daina Augaitis.

Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Art Gallery of Windsor. Drawings by Marcel Dzama: From the

Bernardi Collection, 2003. [ill.]

2002 Corcoran Gallery of Art. Fantasy Underfoot – The 47th Biennial Exhibition, 2002. Texts by Jonathan

P. Binstock and Adam Lerner.

London, UK. Timothy Taylor Gallery. Drawings for Dante, 2002.

New York, New York. The What to Expect Foundation. Expect: Art, 2002.

Washington, D.C. Corcoran Gallery of Art. Fantasy Underfoot, 2002. Texts by Jacquelyn Days

Serwer, Jonathan P. Binstock, Billy Collins, and Adam Lerner.

Winnipeg, Canada. The Winnipeg Art Gallery. Short Stories, 2002. Text by James Patten.

2001 Bergamo, Italy. Galleria of Modern and Contemporary Art. IN FUMO, 2001. Text by Giacinto Di


Brandon, Canada. Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba. W5: Five Winnipeg Artists Spanning

Five Generations, 2001. Essay by Chris Reid

Chicago, IL. Carrie Secrist Gallery. Amused, 2001.

Madrid, Spain. Galeria Espacio Minimo. Paperview, 2001.

New York, NY. Zing Magazine. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: A Spaghetti Western, 2001.

Padova, Italy. Perugi Artecontemporanea. The Royal Art Lodge. 2001. Text by Guido Bartorelli.

2000 Toronto, Canada. Art Core Gallery. Canada 3 Perspectives, 2000. Text by Gary Michael Dault.

Minneapolis, MN. Minneapolis College or Art and Design. Greetings from Winnipeg, 2000. Texts

by Robert Enright and Brian Szott.

New York, NY. Barbara Gladstone Gallery. Drawings 2000 at Barbara Gladstone Gallery, 2000.

Text by Klaus Kertess.

1999 Canada. Plug In Editions. More Famous Drawings, 1999.

Canada. Winnipeg Art Gallery. Sit(E)ings: Trajectories for a Future, 1999. Texts by Shirley

Madill, Serena Keshavjee, Cliff Eyland, Rafael G. Moriana, Vera Lemecha, and Libby


1998 Los Angeles, CA. College of Neglected Science. Ribot 6: over 60 under 30, 1998.

Santa Monica, CA. Smart Art Press. Famous Drawings Present: Marcel Dzama, 1998. Text by

Wayne Baerwaldt.


2003 They Might Be Giants. Bed Bed Bed. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2003.

2002 Henderson, Lee. The Broken Record Techniques. Toronto: Penguin Books Canada, 2002.

Hornby, Nick. Songbook. San Francisco, CA: McSweeney's Books, 2002.

Rushkoff, Douglas. Exit Strategy. New York: Soft Skull Press, 2002.

2001 Fusselman, Amy. The Pharmacist’s Mate. New York: McSweeney’s Books, 2001.


1996 Slideshow, Ace Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Canada


2004 Sobey Art Award, Manitoba, Canada

2000 New Artist Award, Cologne, Germany

1997 Namta award, University of Manitoba, Canada

Watercolor award, University of Manitoba, Canada


CD cover for Beck; "Guero." 2005

Cover art for: Ngai, Sianne. Ugly Feelings. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2005.

Illustrations for: Vowell, Sarah. Assassination Vacation. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2005.

Elliott, Stephen. Looking Forward to It. New York: Picador Press, 2004.

LP and CD: Albatross Note: "I Love New York." 2003.

CD Design for Bridge: Stories and Ideas. Vol. 1, No. 3, (Fall/Winter 2001), back cover.

CD cover for The Weakerthans; “Reconstruction Site.”

“The Royal Art Lodge – Michael Dumontier, Marcel Dzama, and Neil Farber”. Uovo, N. Drawings, (2005),

pp. 9, 90-111.


Andy Warhol Foundation, New York, New York

Bass Museum, Miami, Florida

Concoran Museum of Art, Washington D.C.

Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, Florida

Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York

The RISD Museum, Providence, Rhode Island

Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, Massachusetts


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