Los Angeles, b.1959

Marnie Weber

Shifting between media, Marnie Weber’s multifaceted, interconnected practice encompasses performance, film, video, sculpture, collage, music and costume. Blending the carnivalesque, the bacchanalian, the mystical and the absurd, Weber creates uncanny worlds that exist in a realm between fantasy and reality, and invite viewers to an exploration of the subconscious. In her work, one finds hybrid creatures, sometimes realised in two dimensions, and others incorporating mannequins disguised in ornate costumes and masks. These function as contemporary grotesques in the spirit of Hieronymus Bosch, and place emphasis on unnatural bodies and surreal worlds. The darkness of Weber’s vision can be seen to lie in the precarious relationship between the parable, quasi-Wizard of Oz aesthetic and the overtly adult subject matter: sex, drugs and death.

Since the 1990s, several pictorial tropes have recurred...

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Biography

Shifting between media, Marnie Weber’s multifaceted, interconnected practice encompasses performance, film, video, sculpture, collage, music and costume. Blending the carnivalesque, the bacchanalian, the mystical and the absurd, Weber creates uncanny worlds that exist in a realm between fantasy and reality, and invite viewers to an exploration of the subconscious. In her work, one finds hybrid creatures, sometimes realised in two dimensions, and others incorporating mannequins disguised in ornate costumes and masks. These function as contemporary grotesques in the spirit of Hieronymus Bosch, and place emphasis on unnatural bodies and surreal worlds. The darkness of Weber’s vision can be seen to lie in the precarious relationship between the parable, quasi-Wizard of Oz aesthetic and the overtly adult subject matter: sex, drugs and death.

Since the 1990s, several pictorial tropes have recurred with frequency in Weber’s works, most notably: the mythological anthropomorphising of animals and the relationship between animals and humans; appropriation and the re contextualisation of images, which place women in positions of power and primacy; and the importance of the backdrop or milieu as a site of transformation and magic. Exploring the loss of innocence, the community of living things, spiritualism and the subconscious, Weber’s folkloric works present psychologically-charged, neo-gothic fairytales. Disorienting and mysterious, they elicit responses from viewers, which fluctuate between melancholy and delight, attraction and repulsion, humour and tragedy.

Artworks

11

Autumn Goodbye, 2019

Related Categories

21st Century Art / Acrylic Paint / American Art / Animals/Birds / Art of the 2010s / Cartoonish/Fictitious Characters / Collage / Collage on Panel / Contemporary American Art / Fairytale Imagery / Gold Leaf/thread / Hybrid Creatures / Image Production/Reproduction/Transformation / Los Angeles / Mixed Media Art / Mixed Media Painting / Painting / Performance / Psychological Approach / Reality and Fantasy/Illusion/Imagination / Surrealistic Images / The Grotesque / Unconsciousness/Subconsciousness / United States / Women Artists

Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • 1981

    B.A. University of California, Los Angeles, CA

  • 1979

    University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA (1977-1979)

Solo Exhibitions

  • 2019

    Marnie Weber & Justin John Greene, Simon Lee Gallery New York, NY (Two Person)

  • Marnie Weber: Songs That Never Die and Other Stories, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, CA

  • Marnie Weber: Videos, Galleri Se Konst, Dalarna, Sweden

Group Exhibitions

  • 2019

    Tales of the American, Spokane Falls Community College Fine Arts Gallery, Spokane, WA

  • L.A. Women, Bale Creek Allen Gallery, Austin, TX

  • 2018

    F for Un, Bob Baker Marionette Theatre, Echo Park, CA

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Education

  • 1981

    B.A. University of California, Los Angeles, CA

  • 1979

    University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA (1977-1979)

Solo Exhibitions

  • 2019

    Marnie Weber & Justin John Greene, Simon Lee Gallery New York, NY (Two Person)

  • Marnie Weber: Songs That Never Die and Other Stories, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, CA

  • Marnie Weber: Videos, Galleri Se Konst, Dalarna, Sweden

  • Twisted Refrain: The Work of Marnie Weber, Pasadena City College, Boone Family Art Gallery, Pasadena, CA (curated by Mahara Sinclair, brochure)

  • 2016

    Chapel of the Moon, Gavlak, Los Angeles, CA

  • Once Upon a Time in Forevermore, MAMCO, Musée d’art moderne et contemporain, Genève, CH (curated by Paul Bernard)

  • 2015

    The Ghost Train, Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh, PA

  • 2013

    The Day After Forevermore, Cardi Black Box, Milan, Italy

  • The Nature of Time, Praz-Delavallade, Paris, FR

  • 2012

    The Night of Forevermore, Marc Jancou Contemporary, New York, NY

  • The Whispering Cave, Lille3000, Fantastic, Le Tri Postal, Lille, FR (curated by Eléonor Le Brun)

  • 2011

    The Autumn Bear, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, FR

  • 2010

    Eternity Forever, Mountain View Cemetery and Mausoleum, West of Rome Public Art, Altadena CA (curated by Emi Fontana)

  • Marnie Weber, Forever Free, The Cinema Show: A Film Retrospective and Installations, Sculpture and Collage, Le Magasin Centre National d'Art Contemporain de Grenoble, FR (curated by Yves Aupetitallot, catalogue)

  • 2009

    The Campfire Song, Sint-Lukasgalerie, Brussels, Belgium (curated by Ann Cesteleyn, catalogue)

  • The Truth Speakers, Sea of Silence, Simon Lee Gallery, London, UK

  • The Bondage of Decay, Marc Jancou Contemporary, New York, NY

  • 2008

    The Melancholy Circus, Galerie Praz-DeLavallade, Paris, FR

  • Saving the Farm, Bernier/Eliades Gallery, Athens, Greece

  • 2007

    A Western Song, Utställningar Hösten 07, Vita Kuben, Umea, Sweden

  • Sing Me A Western Song, Patrick Painter Gallery Inc., Santa Monica CA (catalogue)

  • Variations on a Western Song, Fredericks & Freiser Gallery, New York, NY

  • From a Western Song, Emily Tsingou Gallery, London, UK

  • 2005

    From the Dust Room, Marnie Weber Survey Exhibition, Luckman Gallery, California State University

  • Los Angeles, CA (curated by Julie Joyce, catalogue)

  • Ghost Love, The Spirit Girls, Rosamund Felsen Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

  • Spirit Girls, Songs that Never Die, Galerie Praz-Delavallade, Paris, FR

  • 2004

    Marnie Weber, Ten-Year Survey of Collage, Emily Tsingou Gallery, London, UK

  • 2002

    The Dollhouse, Fredericks & Freiser Gallery, New York, NY

  • Collages and Videos, Marella Arte Contemporanea, Milan, Italy

  • 2001

    Forever More, Galerie Praz-Delavallade, Paris, FR

  • Who’s the Most Forgotten of Them All? Fredericks & Freiser Gallery, New York, NY

  • 2000

    Sleepy Weepy Stories, Rosamund Felsen Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Group Exhibitions

  • 2019

    Tales of the American, Spokane Falls Community College Fine Arts Gallery, Spokane, WA

  • L.A. Women, Bale Creek Allen Gallery, Austin, TX

  • 2018

    F for Un, Bob Baker Marionette Theatre, Echo Park, CA

  • Terres de Femmes, Praz-Delavallade Gallery, Paris, FR

  • Inaugural Group Exhibition, Gavlak Palm Beach, Palm Beach, FL

  • Interior and the Collectors, curated by Christel Montury / Fabien Villon, Noirmoutier Island, FR

  • I Dream My Paintings and then I Paint My Dream, curated by Rene Praz, Praz-Delavallade Gallery Los Angeles

  • Grâce au Dessin, Art Mûr, Montréal, QC (curated by Jason McKechnie)

  • 2017

    The Owl, Festival des Jardins de la Côte d’Azur, l’Hotel Windsor, Nice, FR

  • The Night of Forevermore, Psychopomp, Laband Art Gallery, Loyola Marymount, Los Angeles, CA

  • 2016

    Au Fil De l’Art, Musée des Beaux-Arts Montréal, QC

  • Brook, Gallery Celine, Glasgow, UK

  • She Photographs, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal, QC

  • Hearsay: Artist Reveal Urban Legends, LosJoCos, Los Angeles, CA (curated by Wendy Sherman & Jonathan Jerald)

  • Fantômes & Apparitions, Château du Rivau & ses jardins de conte de fées, Lémeré, FR

  • Only Lovers, Le Couer Gallery, Paris, FR

  • 2015

    Ten Year Anniversary, Gavlak, Los Angeles, CA

  • Thirty Shades of White, Praz-Delavallade Gallery, Paris, FR

  • Faux Amis, Simon Lee Gallery, London, UK

  • Unicorn Girl Book Signing and Collages, Summer Group Exhibition, Gavlak, Los Angeles, CA

  • Treasure Hunt, Antidote, Mykonos Biennale, Mykonos, GR

  • Project X Forum 5: PROGRAM FOR PARADISE, Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA

  • The Owl, Incognito Artclub 24/24, Paris, FR (curated by Arnaud Brument)

  • 2014

    Otherwise, Chaos, Apartment, Paris, FR (curated by Timothée Chaillou)

  • V E I L S, The Underground Museum, Los Angeles, CA (curated by Jhordan Dahl & Ariana Papademetropoulos)

  • Beyond Tomorrow, Quadriennale Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, DE

  • Vernacular Alchemists, Centre d’art Contemporain Passerelle, Brest, FR (curated by Antoine Marchand & Etienne Bernard)

  • Grey Flags, Backslash Gallery, Paris, FR (curated by Timothée Chaillou)

  • Glitter, Fluc, Vienna, AT (curated by Anna Ebner)

  • Hearsay: Artists Reveal Urban Legends, Grand Central Art Center, Santa Ana, CA (curated by Wendy Sherman)

  • 2013

    Ceremonie, Une Exposition de Timothée Chaillou, Melinda Gloss, Paris, FR

  • Bunny Smash – Design to Touch the World, Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan (curated by Yuko Hasegawa)

  • Au delà du miroir, Le Parvis Scène Nationale Tarbes Pyrénées, Tarbes, FR

  • Room to Live: Recent Acquisitions and Works from the Collection, MOCA, Los Angeles, CA (curated by Bennett Simpson)

  • Si l’art de la parure m’était conté, Château du Rivau, Lémeré, FR

  • More Young Americans, L’Enclos des Bernardins, Hôtel de Miramion, Paris, FR (curated by Susanne Van Hagen)

  • 2012

    Rendez-Vous A Paris: Unlimited Bodies, Palais d’léna, FIAC, Paris, FR (curated by Caroline Smulders & Jerome Lefèvre, catalogue)

  • Rouge, Maison Particulière, Bruxelles, BE

  • A Tribute to Mike Kelley, MOCA, Los Angeles, CA

  • “Lost (in LA)”, presented by FLAX (French Los Angeles Exchange), LA Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Park, Los Angeles, CA (curated by Marc-Olivier Wahler)

  • For the Martian Chronicles, L & M Arts, Venice, CA (curated by Yael Lipschutz)

  • Mash Up: Collage from 1930 to the present, L & M Arts, Venice, CA

  • La Voix Dissociée, Centre Pompidou, Paris, FR (curated by Paul Bernard)

  • 2011

    Have You Seen Me? (Collaborative Project), La Cienega Projects, Culver City, CA (curated by Tanya Haden & Anna Oxygen)

  • Interchange, Exchange LA, Los Angeles, CA (curated by Anna Meliksetian)

  • Dazed Covers at Colette, Colette, Paris, FR

  • En Piste!, Domaine départemental de Chamarande, Chamarande, FR

  • Collage, Ermanno Tedeschi Gallery, Torino, IT (curated by Luca Beatrice)

  • Material Spiritual World, Deweer Gallery, Otegem, BE (curated by Filip Luyckx)

  • Summer Group Show: Recent Work by Gallery Artists, Marc Jancou Contemporary, New York, NY

  • The Archaic Revival, Las Cienega Projects, Hollywood, CA (curated by Dani Tull)

  • Sympathetic Magic: Video Myths and Rituals, The Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, CA (curated by Catherine Taft)

  • Patrick Painter Editions, Patrick Painter Inc., Santa Monica, CA

  • 2010

    The Artists Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

  • Points of View, Portugal Arte, Lisbon, Portugal (curated by Stefan Simchowitz)

  • Art Shack, Laguna Art Museum, Laguna, CA (curated by Greg Escalante)

  • Uncontrollable Flesh, BAM/PFA, Berkeley, CA (curated by Sarvia Jasso)

  • 39Now, Den Contemporary Art, Pacific Design Center, West Hollywood, CA (curated by Sophia Louisa)

  • 2009

    Unusual Behavior, Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara, CA (curated by Heather Jeno Silva)

  • Le Sort Probable de L’homme Qui Avait Avalé Le Fantôme, Centre Des Monuments Nationaux, Paris, FR (En collaboration avec le nouveau festival du Centre Pompidou)

  • Sonic Youth Etc., Sensational Fix, CA2M, Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo, Madrid, ES

  • Collecting History: Highlighting Recent Acquisitions, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA (curated by Ann Goldstein and Bennett Simpson)

  • 2008

    Sonic Youth etc., Sensational Fix, Lieu International des Formes Emergentes, St. Nazaire, France (curated by Roland Groenenboom), show travels to Fondazione Museion Museo D’Arte Modernae

  • Contemporanea (Museion), Bolzano, Italy, Kunsthalle Dusseldorf, Germany and Malmö Kunsthalle, Sweden (catalogue)

  • Tales of Wonder and Woe: Fable and Fairy Tale in Contemporary Art, Castle Gallery the College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, NY (curated by Susan M. Canning)

  • When it's a Photograph, Otis College of Design's Bolsky Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (curated by Soo Kim)

  • Busan Biennial, Busan Museum of Modern Art, Busan, Korea (curated by Nancy A Barton and Michael Cohen)

  • Mel’s Hole, Grand Central Art Center, Santa Ana, CA (curated by Doug Harvey catalogue)

  • Curiouser and Curiouser, McLean County Arts Center, Bloomington, IL (curated by Alison Hatcher)

  • Good Dolls Bad Dolls, The Armory, Pasadena, CA (curated by Michael Duncan)

  • 4e Biennale d'art performatif de Rouyn-Noranda, L’Écart, Québec, Ontario, Canada (curated by Stefan St-Laurent)

  • Fabricated Artifictions and Other Costume-Based Works, Highways Inc, Santa Monica, CA (curated by Vanessa Porter)

  • Cultural Promiscuity in the Age of Consumption, TULCA 2008: I-podism, Galway, Ireland

  • It’s A Celebration, Circus Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

  • ONE SHOT: 100X100, LA ART, Los Angeles, CA

  • Cumáky Zobáky Sosáky, Galerie Califia, Zámek Horazdovice, CZ

  • 2007

    Sympathy for the Devil: Art and Rock and Roll Since 1967, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL (curated by Dominic Molon, catalogue)

  • Ten Years, Emily Tsingou Gallery, London, UK

  • LA Bodies: Figuration in Sculpture, Angles Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

  • Multiple Vantage Points: Southern California Women Artists, 1980-2006, The Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Art Park, Los Angeles, CA (curated by Dextra Frankel, catalogue)

  • Alterations, Elsentrager-Howard Gallery, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE

  • Art Project, Yvon Lambert, Paris FR

  • What Glue Do You Use, Cardenas Bellanger, Paris, FR

  • Group Show, Bernier/Eliades Gallery, Athens, Greece

  • Powder Room, Track 16, Santa Monica, CA

  • 2006

    All We Ever Wanted Was Everything, Centre d’Art Contemporain, La Synagogue de Delme, FR Captive, Gatov Galleries, California State University Long Beach, CA (curated by Carol Cheh and Kristen Raizada)

  • The Black Show, David Patton, Los Angeles, CA (curated by Daniel Mendel-Black)

  • 2005

    Vandspejl, (Hans Christian Andersen’s work), The Arts Club, London, UK

  • Very Early Work, Luckman Gallery, California State University Los Angeles, CA (curated by Richard Torchia)

  • 100 Artists See God, Contemporary Art Center of Virginia, Virginia Beach, VA

  • 2004

    Walking on Elbows, Anna Helwing Gallery, Culver City, CA (curated by Mindy Shapero)

  • Fractured Fairytales, Sam Francis Gallery, Crossroads School, Santa Monica, CA (curated by Pam Posey)

  • Certain Traces: Dialogue Los Angeles/Prague, Barnsdall LA Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA and Museum Kampa, Prague, Czech Republic (traveling, catalogue)

  • 100 Artists See God, Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, CA (curated by Meg Cranston and John Baldessari, traveling, catalogue)

  • 100 Artists See Satan, Grand Central Art Center, California State University Fullerton, Fullerton, CA (curated by Andrea Harris, catalogue)

  • Writing, Images, Ideas: Walter Benjamin and the Art of Present Day, Haus am Waldsee, Berlin, Germany

  • Channel 0, CATV Project, Akiyoshidai International Art Village, Yamaguchi, Japan

  • 2003

    Variations on the Theme of Illusion, Emily Tsingou Gallery, London, UK

  • Los Angeles Post Cool, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA (curated by Michael Duncan, traveling)

  • 6 plus 1, F Space, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

  • The Greatest Album Covers That Never Were Curated by Michael Ochis, Track 16 Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

  • 2002

    Netherlands Per Saldo, Noordbrabants Museum Hertogenbosch, Netherlands (catalogue)

  • Los Angeles Post Cool, San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA (curated by Michael Duncan)

  • Wonderland, Aeroplastics Contemporary, Brussels, Belgium

  • Xeroxes, Centre National d’Art Contemporain de Grenoble, Grenoble, FR

  • Subject Matters, Kracets/Wehby Gallery, New York, NY

  • The Shirt Off Your Back, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA

  • Photobiennale, Maison de la Photographie de Moscou, Moscow, RU

  • 2001

    Diabolical Beauty Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara, CA (curated by Jane Callister and Colin Gardner, catalogue)

  • Tattoo, Modern Art Inc., London

  • All Work and No Play Makes Jack a Dull Boy, Gallery Francesca Pia, Bern, Switzerland

  • The Portrait Show, New Image Art, West Hollywood, CA

  • Show Room, Galerie Praz-Delavallade, Paris, FR

  • The “W” Show, FRAC Franche-Comté, Musée de Beaux Arts, Dole, FR (curated by Bob Nikas)

  • Circus Circus, Norrtälje Konsthall, Norrtälje, Sweden (traveling)

  • Le Printemps de Septembre, Programmation Vidéo, Toulouse, FR

  • 2000

    My Living Doll, Chapman University, Orange, CA (curated by Michael Duncan)

  • Philosophy in the Bedroom, Or Gallery, Vancouver, Canada (catalogue)

  • Picturing the Modern Amazon, New Museum, New York, NY (catalogue)

Performance

  • 2018

    F for Un, Bob Baker Marionette Theatre, Echo Park, CA

  • 2017

    F for Fortissimo, Odd Ark Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA

  • 2016

    F for Freak! Hearsay: Artists Reveal Urban Legends (curated by Wendy Sherman & Jonathan Jerald), Losjocos, Los Angeles, CA

  • 2015

    Unicorn Girl Reading Performance, Gavlak, Los Angeles

  • F for Evermore, Marnie Weber: Twenty Years and Forevermore, Los Angeles Filmforum, Velaslavasay Panorama, Los Angeles, CA

  • 2014

    The Spirit Girls, Festival Supreme, Circus of Death (curated by Steven Hull), Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA

  • F for Chaos Perform Chinatown, Los Angeles, CA

  • F for Moldy Slides, Doug Harvey’s Found Moldy Slides, Jancar Gallery, Chinatown, Los Angeles, CA

  • 2011 F for Ache, Faüxmish, Record Release Party & Debut Performance, Human Resources Los Angeles, CA

  • Perform Now, Chinatown, Originated at Jancar Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (curated by Lee Lynch)

  • Late Night: The Inquisitive Musician, LACMA, Los Angeles, CA (curated by Cindy Bernard)

  • 2010

    Eternity Forever, Mountain View Cemetery and Mausoleum, Altadena, CA

  • 2008

    Some Paintings: The LA Weekly Biennial, Track 16, Santa Monica, CA (curated by Doug Harvey)

  • High Desert Test Sites, part of 2008 California Biennial, The Palms, Wonder Valley, CA (curated by Andrea Zittel)

  • 2007

    The Spirit Girls' Holiday Spectacular, Dangerous Curve, Los Angeles, CA

  • An Evening of Film and Performance, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA

  • 2006

    High Energy Constructs, Los Angeles, CA

  • 2005

    The Spirit Girls: The Rock Opera, Luckman Theater, California State University Los Angeles, CA

  • 2002

    I'm Not A Bunny, San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA

  • 2000

    Poor Them, Norrtälje Konsthall, Norrtälje, Sweden

Film Screening

  • 2018

    Sunset Kino: Unreal Stories, Curated by Cameron Jamie, Salzburger Kunstverein, Salzburg, Austria

  • Selection of Films, FLAX (French Los Angeles Exchange), Tin Flats, Drive In Theater, Los Angeles

  • Survey of Marnie Weber Films, REDO 2018: Welcome to Kosovo, Kineoarmata Cinema, Prishtina, Kosovo

  • Marnie Weber, Conversations in Contemporary Art, Concordia University, Montréal, QC, Canada

  • 2017

    Film Panic Presents! Susu Laroche and Marnie Weber, Auditorium Municipal Library Almeida Garrett, Porto, PT

  • 2016

    The Day of Forevermore, The Theatre at Ace Hotel, Los Angeles, CA

  • All Night Movies, Celine Gallery, Glasgow, UK

  • 2015

    MAMCO Presents: Live Tables, OVNi Video Festival, Nice, FR

  • Twenty Years and Forevermore, An Evening of Marnie Weber Films, Video Screening and performance, Los Angeles Film Forum at The Velaslavasay Panorama Theater, Los Angeles, CA

  • Strangelove: Moving Image Festival (The Night of Forevermore), Central Saint Martins, London, UK

  • Songs That Never Die, Antidote, Mykonos Biennale, Mykonos, GR

  • Destiny and Blow Up Friends, Trafic at the Home Cinema, Lausanne, CH

  • Sea of Silence, Resonance, Interior & the Collectors, La Biennale De Lyon, Lyon, FR

  • 2014

    Defibrillator – The Sea of Silence, 2009, Rapid Pulse International Performance Art Festival, Chicago

  • The Night of Forevermore, CineMarfa, Marfa, TX

  • 2013

    Artist Film Club Presents The Night of Forevermore, Nitehawk Cinema, Brooklyn, NY

  • Begin Again: Marnie Weber 20 Years of Filmmaking, Spectacle Theater, Brooklyn, NY

  • 2011

    Mel’s Hole, Video Screening, Kavi Gupta Gallery, Berlin, DE

  • The Eternal Heart, Video Screening, The Art of Fear, Artist’s Films Inspired by Horror Cinema, Nitehawk Cinema, Brooklyn, NY

  • The Eternal Heart, Video Screening, Art Los Angeles Contemporary, The Barker Hangar, Santa Monica, CA

  • Cali-Stories, (video projection with Mike Kelley, Paul McCarthy, Jim Shaw, Catherine Sullivan), Le Quartier, Quimper, FR

  • 2010

    Eternity Forever, Video Screening, The Eternal Heart, Mountain View Cemetery and Mausoleum, Altadena, CA

  • À l’occasion de l’expostion de l’artiste, Video Screening, Forever Free, The Cinema Show: A Film

  • Retrospective and Installations, Le Magasin – Centre National d’Art Contemporain (CNAC), FNAC, Grenoble, FR

  • 2009

    Uncanny My Ass: Penetrating the Performative Object, Marnie Weber Video Screening, The Sea of Silence, Echo Park Film Center, Los Angeles, CA (curated by Doug Harvey)

  • Marnie Weber, Artist Talk and Video Screening, Sea of Silence, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

  • Marnie Weber, Recent Films, Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara, CA

  • 2008

    Marnie Weber Select Films and Videos, BHC Kollektiv and Circle Culture, Berlin, Germany, BHC

  • TULCA 2008: I-podism, Cultural Promiscuity in the Age of Consumption, Merchants Road Building, Galway City, Ireland

  • 2007

    Marnie Weber: An Evening of Film and Performance, Billy Wilder Theater, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA

  • Renegade Artists: The Swedish Los Angeles Connection, High Energy Constructs, Los Angeles, CA

  • 2005

    From the Dust Room, Luckman Gallery, California State University, Los Angeles, CA

  • 2003

    La Question, Magasin Centre National d’Art Contemporain de Grenoble, FR (curated by Stéphanie Moisdon)

  • Program Video by BVD, Morph, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan (curated by Nicolas Trembley)

  • 2000

    Shoot/Moving Pictures by Artists, Malmö Konsthall, Sweden (traveling)

Collections

  • The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA

  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

  • The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA

  • Neuberger Berman, Inc., New York,

  • Progressive Corporation, Mayfield, OH

  • FRAC, Paris, France

  • Miniature Museum, Amsterdam, NL

  • Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, CA

  • Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CA

Publications

  • 2016

    The Day of Forevermore, Synopsis, Script, Storyboard, MAMCO Publishing, Geneva, CH

  • 2015

    Unicorn Girl, Written by Darcey Steinke, illustrated by Marnie Weber, Spirit Sister Publication

  • 2010

    Marnie Weber, The Cinema Show A Film Retrospective and Installations, texts by Yves Aupetitallot, Doug Harvey, Stephanie Moisdon, artist interview by Mike Kelley, 125 pgs, 73 color ill., Le Magasin Centre National d'Art Contemporain de Grenoble, France

  • 2007

    Sing Me A Western Song, text by Annie Buckley, 40 pgs., 24 color ill., Patrick Painter Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

  • 2005

    Marnie Weber, From The Dust Room, texts by Julie Joyce, Amy Gerstler, Darcey Steinke, 56 pgs., 37 color ill., Luckman Gallery, California State University, Los Angeles, CA

Bibliography

  • 2019

    Hewitt, Lonnie Burstein, What’s new at Museum of Contemporary Art Sand Diego downtown? Three makes-you-think exhibits open, La Jolla Light, July 3, 2019

  • Luden, Ulf, Marnie Weber visar filmer pa Galleri Se, Dala-Demokraten, February 6, 2019

  • 2018

    Stromberg, Matt, An Art Rock Band Performs with Marionettes in the Nation’s Oldest Puppet Theater, HyperAllergic, June 6, 2018

  • Miranda, Carolina A., F for Un at Bob Baker Marionette Theater, LA Times, June 7, 2018

  • Drohojowska-Philp, Hunter, As You Like It at Praz-Delavallade, Radio Show, August 2, 2018

  • Martin, Brittany, The 8 Best Things To Do This Week in LA, October 22, 2018

  • Black, Ezrha Jean, As You Like It at Praz-Delavallade, Artillery, August 8, 2018

  • 2017

    Pais, Clara, An Interview With Marnie Weber, Film Panic, UK, May, 2017, pg. 26-35

  • Bovier, Lionel & Lemaire, David, MAMCO, Genève, 1994-2016, JRP|Ringier, February 2017, pg. 298-301

  • McQueirns, Roisin, The women who defied convention to ignite the 80’s underground, The Vinyl Factory, London, UK, March 8, 2017

  • Carroll, Jim, Time to check your record collection-there may be a masterpiece on the sleeve, The Irish Times, March 1, 2017

  • Spampinato, Francesco, Art Record Covers, TASCHEN, February, 2017, pg. 426-427

  • 2016

    Vankin, Deborah, The arts buzzword of 2016: ‘immersive’, LAWeekly, Los Angeles, CA, December 22, 2016

  • Montanher, Alexandre, Welcome to Art Basel: 10 artists to enter the spirit of the world’s art fair, Casa de Criadores, November 30, 2016

  • Swann, Jennifer, Is There Room in the Fine Art World for Marnie Weber’s Monsters?, LAWeekly, Los Angeles, CA, November 3, 2016

  • Miranda, Carolina A., L.A. artist Marnie Weber reflects on why monsters hold such power for women, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, CA, November 2, 2016

  • Berardini, Andrew, Marnie Weber’s “Chapel of the Moon,” Art-Agenda, New York, NY, November 2, 2016

  • Drohojowska-Philp, Hunter, Art Talk: Marnie Weber at Gavlak, KCRW, Santa Monica, CA

  • Harvey, Doug, Spiritual Revival, Marnie Weber Casts A Perverse Spell, Modern Painters, New York, NY, October/November, 2016, pg. 5, 60-67

  • Pagel, David, What to see in L.A. galleries: John Altoon, Maria Lassnig, a funky fairy tale and stenciled magic, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, CA, October 7, 2016

  • Miranda, Caroline A., Marnie Weber, “Chapel of the Moon,” at Gavlak Gallery, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, CA, October 7, 2016

  • Wagley, Catherine, Art Picks: Teens and Their Jeans, LAWeekly, Los Angeles, CA, September 30-October 6, 2016, Vol. 38, nº45, pg. 29

  • Magnuson, Ann, From the Desk of Ann Magnuson: Marnie Weber and “The Day of Forevermore,” Magnet Magazine, Philadelphia, PA, September 15, 2016

  • Tottenham, John, The Battle of Forevermore, Artillery, Los Angeles, CA, September 6, 2016

  • Gibbs, Gregg, Marnie Weber, Send in the Clowns, Juxtapoz Magazine, San Francisco, CA, October 2016, nº189, pg. 70-79

  • Schomaker, Kristine, Marnie Weber on Fairy Tales, Performance Art and Edward Kienholz, Art and Cake, Los Angeles, CA, August 20, 2016

  • Gittlen, Ariela, 7 Vanishing Technologies Making a Comeback through Art, Artsy, New York, NY, August 16, 2016

  • Installation by Marnie Weber: Log Lady & Dirty Bunny, 2009 (Mixed Media), Hong Kong Informer, Hong Kong, CN, May 17, 2016

  • Marnie Weber, Bruno Pélassy and Émile Parendeau at Mamco, Genève, Mousse Magazine, Milan, IT, April 14, 2016

  • Marnie Weber, H.O.W. Journal, New York, NY, #12 - Spring/Summer 2016, pg. 114-127

  • Mirando, Carolina A., ‘Get out!’ said the cops: Art pioneers of downtown L.A. share memories of building a scene, LA Times, Los Angeles, CA, March 17, 2016

  • Maillard, Maxime, Inquiétantes étrangetés, Le Courrier, Genève, CH, March 4, 2016

  • Marnie Weber Al Mamco di Ginevra, Italianintransito, CH, March 3, 2016

  • Chauvy, Laurence, Les Morts dansent au Mamco, Le Temps, Lausanne, CH, February 24, 2016

  • Languin, Irene, Bestiarires, carnaval et revisitations au Mamco, Tribune de Genève, Genève, CH, February 23, 2016

  • Ramirez, Allison, Inside the L.A. Studio of Artist Marnie Weber, The Getty: The Getty Iris, February 18, 2016

  • Collection n°5 at Interior and The Collectors, Art Viewer, Antwerp, BE, January 10, 2016

  • 2015

    Sherman, Wendy, Hearsay: Artists Reveal urban Legends, Grand Central Press, 2015, pg.16, 98, 99, 115

  • Shaw, Kurt, Installations of all sizes: Mattress Factory showcases 4 very different exhibits, Trib Total Media, Pittsburgh, PA, October 24, 2015

  • Black & White Mike, Pick of the Week Arts, LA Weekly, Los Angeles, CA, September 3, 2015, pg.46

  • Ghorashi, Hannah, Gavlak Gallery Adds Four New Artists To Its L.A. Roster, ARTnews, New York, NY, July 29, 2015

  • Wagley, Catherine, Art Picks: Bunny, witch and sailor, LA Weekly, Los Angeles, CA, May 29-June 4, 2015, pg. 28

  • Wagley, Catherine, 5 Art Shows You Should See in L.A. This Week, LA Weekly, Los Angeles, CA, May 27, 2015

  • Koray, Mihda, Spirit Vessel, Near East Wears Marnie Weber, Near East Magazine, Istanbul, TR, May-July, 2015

  • Drohojowska-Philp, Hunter, Marnie Weber: Twenty Years and Forevermore, KCRW: Art Talk, May 28, 2015

  • Kinney, Tulsa, Guest Lecture, Marnie Weber, Artillery, Los Angeles, CA May/June 2015, Cover, pg. 56-59

  • Heartney, Eleanor, Sex, Mayhem, and Ghosts of the Unconscious, ARTnews, New York, NY, January 2015

  • Feature Women & Art: Marnie Weber, Muses & Visionaries, West Palm Beach, FL, December 2015 / January 2016, pg. 110-111

  • 2014

    Frank, Priscilla, 23 Creepy Clowns From Art History Guaranteed To Spark Halloween Nightmares, The Huffington Post, October 28, 2014

  • Zemler, Emily, Festival Supreme 2014: Jack Black Compares Tenacious D to the Beatles, ‘Weird Al’ Surprises, The Hollywood Reporter, Los Angeles, CA, October 27, 2014

  • Miranda, Carolina A., Saving Frida Kahlo From Her Own Celebrity, ARTnews, New York, NY, Summer 2014

  • Yoland, K., Talk At Ten Interview: Artist and Filmmaker Marnie Weber, Marfa Public Radio, May 21, 2014

  • Fairlie, Ariane, Modern-day Witch of L.A., Kolaj Magazine, Montreal, QC, Issue 8, April 2014

  • Nelson, Steffie, On View | In L.A., a Group Show Explores the Art of the Obscured, The New York Times, New York, NY, April 4, 2014

  • Steffen, Patrick, 5 Questions About Los Angeles, Flash Art Online, Milan, IT, January 16, 2014

  • Xena, Mistress, Submitted Letters to a Dominatrix, Probe Partners LTD, London, UK, 2014

  • Kim, Eddie, With MOCAtv, Art for the Internet-Connected Masses, LA Downtown News, Los Angeles, CA, January 3, 2014

  • 2013

    Trigg, Sarah, Studio Life: Rituals, Collections, Tools, and Observations on the Artistic Process, Sarah Trigg, 2013, pg.198-199

  • Vankin, Deborah, MOCA show ‘Room’ to grow, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, CA, November 28, 2013

  • Charmoy, Maud, Une balade contemporaine: La 11e édition du Parcours Saint Germain, Vogue Paris, Paris, FR, October 21, 2013

  • Fitzpatrick, Kyle, Room To Live At MOCA, Los Angeles I’m Yours, October 7, 2013

  • MutualArt, Studio Life: Inside the Artist’s Studio With Sarah Trigg, Huffington Post, September 24, 2013

  • Akar, Marie, L’art de la parure. Rivau en Touraine, La Gazette Drouot, September 6, 2013, nº29

  • Arikoglu, Lale, Marnie Weber’s New Film: The Night of Forevermore, Whitewall Magazine, New York, NY, May 29, 2013

  • Shetty, Deepika, Art Basel Scores in Hong Kong, The Straits Times, Singapore, May 28, 2013

  • Art Basel, WEN WEI PO, China, May 28, 2013, C4

  • Lau, Joyce, Hong Kong Welcomes the Art World, The New York Times, NY, May 22, 2013, C1

  • A Preview of Art Basel in Hong Kong, China Daily, May 22, 2013

  • Fitzpatrick, Kyle, Marnie Weber Constructs A World, Los Angeles I’m Yours, May 21, 2013

  • Art Basel launches first Hong Kong edition, The Art Newspaper, May 2013, Edition 2, No. 246

  • Lai, Alexis, Hong Kong art explosion: What to see this month, CNN Travel, May 17, 2013

  • “The Night of Forevermore,” The Latest Film From LA-Based Artist Marnie Weber, Studio, May 13, 2013

  • Frank, Priscilla, Marnie Weber Speaks On Witches, Hieronymus Bosch and Los Angeles, The Huffington Post, May 5, 2013

  • Harvey, Doug, Art of the City: The Artists, Los Angeles Magazine, April 2013, pg. 140

  • Cardi Black Box in Milan opens exhibitions by Marnie Weber & Loredana Di Lillo, ArtDaily, April 25, 2013

  • Art Basel Hong Kong Announces Encounters: 17 Ambitious, Largescale Projects, Artfix Daily, March 18, 2013

  • Encounters Sector For Art Basel Hong Kong Announced, Artlyst, London, UK, March 18, 2013

  • Buckley, Annie, On Seeing: Divination, Huffington Post, New York, NY, March 11, 2013

  • Prudhomme, Claire, The Strange Collages of Marnie Weber, Le Bonbon, Paris, FR, February 20, 2013

  • Miranda, Carolina A., Lost in LA: TV Show Inspires an Art Show, ARTnews, New York, NY, January 14, 2013

  • Pagura, Mathieu, Fantastic: exhibitions and free night to end the season, Metro, FR, January 10, 2013

  • Buckley, Annie, “Lost (in LA)”, Artforum, New York, NY, January 8, 2013

  • 2012

    Lefèvre, Jérôme, Marnie Weber in Unlimited Bodies, Corps sans limite, ilovemyjob, 2012, pg. 86-87, 109

  • Tsurusaki, Asako, Passion for Creation: 11 Inspiring Female Creative Professionals_ nº9, Quotation Worldwide Creative Journal, Japan, Winter 2012, pg. 60-61

  • MOCAtv presents Marnie Weber’s A Western Song, e-flux, New York, NY, December 2012

  • Knight, Christopher, Review: Feeling a Bit ‘Lost (in LA)’, The LA Times, Los Angeles, CA, December 26, 2012

  • Mohseni, Yasmine, Can Contemporary Art Rescue “Lost”? Curator Marc-Olivier Wahler Gives It a Try, Art Info, NY, NY, December 11, 2012

  • Robinson, Frances, Lille’s ‘Fantastic’ Festival Is Out of This World, The Wall Street Journal, New York, NY, November 30-December 2, 2012, W4

  • Pagel, David, ‘For the Martian Chronicles’ salutes Bradbury at L&M Arts, The LA Times, Los Angeles, CA, November 29, 2012

  • Frank, Priscilla, MOCAtv: MOCA Goes Digital with Contemporary Art Original Youtube Channel, The Huffington Post, October 2, 2012

  • Marnie Weber, Showdown Judge Reflects On Her Selections, Saatchi Online Magazine, July 25, 2012

  • Un Nouveau Festival!, Code Couleur 12 – Centre Pompidou, Paris, FR, January-April 2012, cover & pg. 88

  • Cowen, Tyler, Fromyourdesks.com – Very Short Reviews, New York Times, New York, NY, January 30, 2012

  • Wagley, Catherine, Art Fairs: Why Do They Make People Uncomfortable?, LA Weekly, Los Angeles, CA, January 24, 2012

  • 2011

    En Piste!, Conseil Général de l’Essone, Domaine Départemental de Chamarande, Chamarande, 2011

  • Armstrong, Skot, Art Among The Thugs, Artillery, Los Angeles, CA, November/December 2011, Vol 6, Issue 2

  • Myers, Holly, ‘Have You Seen Me’ at Las Cienegas Projects, LA Times, Los Angeles, CA, November 3, 2011

  • Cole, Bethan, Cosmetic Culture, Financial Times, London, UK, October 1, 2011

  • Cheh, Carol, Faüxmish, Another Righteous Transfer, Los Angeles, CA, September 4, 2011

  • Cardine, Sara, Freedom on Parade, Pasadena Weekly, Pasadena, CA, September 1, 2011

  • Chaillou, Timothée, Interview With Marnie Weber, The White Review, London, UK, August 16, 2011

  • Farr, Kristin, Marnie Weber, Juxtapoz, No.215, June 2011, pg. 92-105

  • Greenberg, Amy, Amy Greenberg: Interview with Marnie Weber, Saatchi Online Magazine, London, UK, June 3, 2011

  • Gavin, Francesca, A to Z, AnOther Magazine, London, UK, Spring/Summer 2011, pg. 422

  • Buckley, Annie, Marnie Weber, Art in America, New York, NY, March 22, 2011

  • Barbara, The Retrospective of Marnie Weber, Videos and Installations on Display in Grenoble, Arts Blog, Italy, February 9, 2011

  • The Collage Work of Marnie Weber, Juxtapoz Magazine, San Francisco, CA, February 8, 2011

  • Berardini, Andrew, Marnie Weber, Art Info, February 1, 2011

  • Enholm, Molly, West of Rome Public Art, Art Ltd, Woodland Hills, CA, January/February 2011, pg. 60-63

  • Weber, Marnie, Good Intentions Lead to Hell: The Great Circus Fire, Lovely Daze Quarterly, Fall/Winter 2010/2011

  • 2010

    Donnelly, Kate, From The Desk Of..Marnie Weber, From Your Desks, December 24, 2010

  • Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, Marnie Weber | The Artist’s Museum, MOCA on Vimeo, November 2010

  • Coleman, Caryn, Caryn Coleman interviews artist Marnie Weber, Lux Online, London, UK, November 25, 2010

  • Taft, Catherine, Eternal Return, Artforum, New York, NY, November 25, 2010

  • Yablonsky, Linda, Ghost Dance, NY Times, New York, NY, November 23, 2010

  • Pryor, John-Paul, Marnie Weber Eternity Forever Exclusive, Dazed Digital, London, UK, November 2010

  • Finkel, Jori, Marnie Weber resurrects the Spirit Girls for exhibition and performance in Mausoleum, LA Times, Los Angeles, CA, November 11, 2010

  • Donoghue, Katy, Eternity Forever, Whitewall, New York, NY, November 9, 2010

  • Harvey, Doug, Across the Great Divide, LA Weekly, Los Angeles, CA, November 4, 2010

  • Williams, Sarah, Eternity Forever, For Your Art, Los Angeles, CA, November 2, 2010

  • Goldstein, Richard, J., A Sentimental Horror: Marnie Weber, Bomblog, Brooklyn, NY, November 2, 2010

  • Laden, Tanja, M., Daily Dose Pick: Marnie Weber, Flavorwire, Los Angeles, CA, October 27, 2010

  • Chaillou, Timothée, Marnie Weber, ETC, FR, October 2010, No. 91, pg. 34-39

  • Laden, Tanja, M., West of Rome Public Art presents Marnie Weber: Eternity Forever, Flavorpill, Los Angeles, CA, October 27, 2010

  • Laden, Tanja, M., Marnie Weber’s “Eternity Forever,” The Huffington Post, Los Angeles, CA, October 25, 2010

  • JPGP, Marnie Weber-Lonely Soundtracks(2008) & The Spirit Girls-Forever Free(2007/Sahara Sarah Sounds), Les Immortels, FR, August 18, 2010

  • Cheng, Keith, L’Alalie Art Orienté object, Chinese Essay, China, June 2010, pg. 264-267

  • Celestyne, Ann, Artist Magazine, CN, June 2010, No. 421

  • Boulbès, Carole, Marnie Weber, Art Press, Paris, FR, May 2010, No. 367, pg. 83-84

  • Chaillou, Timothée, La Californienne Marnie Weber retrace le destin tragique des spirit girls, Standard, Paris, FR, April-June 2010

  • Derniers jours pour l’expo Marnie Weber au Magasin, Le Dauphiné Libéré, Grenoble, FR, April 20, 2010, pg. 9

  • Capables de pitié, mais dans quelles limites, Le Monde, FR, April 3, 2010

  • Estève, Julie, Marnie Weber, un trip gothique, Art actuel, Paris, FR, March-April 2010, No. 1087, pg. 20-21

  • Chaillou, Timothée, That Never Die, Archistorm, Paris, FR, March-April 2010, No. 11, pg. 132-133

  • L’expo Spirit Girls, Marie-Claire, FR, March 2010

  • Marnie Weber, Toujours Libre, Le Cinéma Exposé, Chasseur d’Images, Senille, FR, March 2010

  • Le Printemps de Marnie Weber, Madame Figaro, Paris, FR, March 6, 2010

  • Marnie au pays des merveilles, Elle, Paris, FR, March 5, 2010

  • Puteaux, Rock n’ roles, Direct Soir, March 3, 2010

  • Piguet, Philippe, Le monde de Marnie, L’oeil, Paris, FR, March 2010, No. 622, pg. 99

  • Marnie Weber, au Magasin, Les Nouvelles de Grenoble, Grenoble, FR, February-March, 2010, pg. 39

  • Fantômes & Rock’N’Roll!, Edgar, Paris, FR, February-March 2010

  • Marnie Weber, couplet surréaliste, Ideat, Paris, FR, February 2010, No. 74

  • Contes de fées surréalistes, Accrochages, Montreux, FR, February 2010, No.114, pg. 44

  • Marnie Weber, Captiv, Montbonnot, FR, February 2010, pg. 19

  • Roux, Jean-Louis, Un ‘No future’ de belle facture, Les Affiches de Grenoble et du Dauphiné, Grenoble, FR, February 26, 2010, pg. 136-137

  • L’agenda, Grennews.com, Grenoble, FR, February 17, 2010

  • Spiritisme, Jalouse, Paris, FR, February 10, 2010

  • Giry, Laétitia, Esprits crépusculaires, Le Petit Bulletin, Grenoble, FR, February 10, 2010, pg. 1 & 3

  • L’univers onirique de Marnie Weber, Le Dauphiné Libéré, Grenoble, FR, February 8, 2010, pg.10

  • Gonnet, Philippe, Marnie Weber, l’exposition qui ne manque pas d’esprit…, Le Dauphiné Libéré, Grenoble, FR, February 6, 2010, pg. 7

  • Marnie Weber au Forum Fnac, Le Dauphiné Libéré, Grenoble, FR, February 5, 2010, pg. 7

  • Marnie Weber, Forever Free, The Cinema Show: A Film Retrospective & Installations, Isére Art Contemporain, Grenoble, FR, January 2010

  • Lavrador, Judicaël, Les 10 buzz culture de la semaine, Grazia, Paris, FR, January 30, 2010

  • Vamps Ingénues, Les Inrockuptibles, Paris, FR, January 13, 2010, pg. 51

  • Giry, Laétitia, Manège de l’angoisse, Le Petit Bulletin, Grenoble, FR, January 13, 2010, pg. 8-9

  • 2009

    Cesteleyn, Ann, Marnie Weber: a bittersweet symphony, that’s life, Sint-Lukas Galerie, Tijdschrift,

  • BE, September-October-November 2009, No. 4, Cover, pg. 2-9,

  • Fabio, What’s On: Marnie Weber, File Magazine, London, UK, September 15, 2009

  • Pryor, John-Paul, Marnie Weber and the Sea of Silence Interview, Dazed and Confused, Dazed Digital, London, UK, September 8, 2009 (reproduction)

  • Young, Paul, Art Cinema, TASCHEN, 2009, pg. 32

  • Greenwood, Tom, 11 Contemporary Artists To Watch, BaseNow, September 12, 2009

  • Sumpter, Helen, Marnie Weber Interview and Critics Choice, Time Out London, London, UK, September 11, 2009 (reproduction)

  • White, Charlie, Cut and Paste: The Collage Impulse Today, ArtForum, New York, NY, March 2009, pg. 210-215

  • Flannery, Devon Claire, Critics Choice Pic of the Week, Santa Barbara Independent, Santa Barbara, CA, July 2-9, 2009, Vol 23, No. 181 (reproduction)

  • 2008

    Holzwarth, Hans Werner, Art Now, Vol. 3, TASCHEN, Köln, DE, 2008, pg. 500-503 (reproductions)

  • Rosenberg, Aura, Who am I? What am I? Where am I?, Hatje Cantz, Ostfildern, DE, 2008, pg. 139 (reproduction)

  • Gavin, Francesca, Hellbound, New Gothic Art, Laurence King Publishing Ltd, London, UK, 2008, pg. 166-171 (reproduction)

  • Kyriazano, Antoni, Animal Farm, Madame Figaro, GR, November 2008

  • Argyropoulou, Giota, Punk rock girls, Athens Voice, Athens, GR, November 19, 2008

  • Marangou, Maria, The Eyes Accept What They Have Seen, Free Press, GR, October 20, 2008

  • Pournara, Margaret, Contemporary art in gray times, ΗΚΑΘΗΜΕΡΙΝΗ, Piraeus, GR, October 16, 2008

  • Sonic Youth, Keine Disziplin, Interview with Marnie Weber, Style Mag.Net, Berlin, DE, October 2008, pg. 120 (reproduction)

  • An American States in Athens, EXODOS, GR, October 2, 2008

  • Myers, Holly, Art Utopia, LA Weekly, Los Angeles, CA, 2008, Vol. 30, #8, pg. 34–36, 46 (reproduction)

  • Bellet, Harry, Marnie Weber at Praz-Delavallade, Le Monde, FR, September 27, 2008

  • Saving The Farm, LIFO, Athens, GR, September 25, 2008, pg. 14

  • Troussière, Laure, Des collages qui scotchent, www.zoumzoum.blogs.liberation.fr, Paris, FR, September 19, 2008

  • Labrador, Judicaël, Conte à rebours, Les Inrockuptibles, Paris, FR, September 2008

  • Lequeux, Emmanuelle, Sonic Youth, les héros d’un art alternatif, Le Monde, Paris, FR, August 19, 2008

  • Angelotti, Martina, Marnie Weber, Artkey, Torino, IT, January 2008, Cover, pg. 52-53

  • Harvey, Doug, Aspects of Mel’s Hole: Artists Respond to a Paranormal Land Event Occurring in Radiospace, Marnie Weber, Mel’s Hole, A Love Story, Grand Central Press, Fullerton, CA, 2008, pg. 78-81

  • 2007

    Angelotti, Martina, The Project Room, Art Key, Torino, IT, 2007, pg. 52-53 (cover and reproduction)

  • Newhouse, Kristina, Girls Gone Wild, X-Tra, Los Angeles, CA, 2007, Vol. 10, #2, Cover, pg. 20–26 (reproduction)

  • Woods, Kelly, Supernatural Woman, Useless, New York, NY, 2007, #6, pg. 36 (reproduction)

  • Barone, Mary, Out at Frieze, Artnet.com, New York, NY, October, 2007

  • Thon, Ute, Gemischtwarenladen der Gehobenen Klasse, Art Das Kunstmagazin.de, Hamburg, DE, October 2007 (reproduction)

  • Los Geht’s, Vanity Fair, Munich, DE, September 2007, No. 40, pg. 115 (reproduction)

  • Van der Ley, Sabrina, BZ, September 2007, pg. 28 (reproduction)

  • Miles, Christopher, Marnie Weber at Patrick Painter Inc, ArtForum, New York, NY, September 2007, pg. 477-478 (reproduction)

  • Von Swantje, Karich, Dieses Licht bleibt an, Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung, Frankfurt, DE, September 9, 2007

  • Buckley, Annie, Spirit Girl, Craft Magazine, Los Angeles, CA, July 2007, pg. 60–62 (reproduction)

  • Drohojowsha-Philp, Hunter, That’s the Spirit, Artnet.com, New York, NY, May 23, 2007 (reproduction)

  • Hebron, Micol, Critic’s Picks Los Angeles: Marnie Weber, Artforum.com, New York, NY, May 2007 (reproduction)

  • Harvey, Doug, Hey Ladies! The Girls Go Wild West at Bergamot, LA Weekly, Los Angeles, CA, Vol. 29, No. 24 May 4 – 10, 2007, pg. 56 (reproduction)

  • Fantasy Freaky: Marnie Weber, Dazed and Confused Magazine, London, UK, April 2007 (reproduction)

  • Hebron, Micol, Multiple Vantage Points, Artforum.com, New York, NY, March 2007 (reproduction)

  • Marnie Weber; From a Western Song, Noticias Latin America, May 2007 (reproduction)

  • Bors, Chris, Marnie Weber: Variations on a Western Song, Art Review, London, UK, September 2007

  • Bender, Aimee, The Third Elevator, Nothing Moments Publishing, Los Angeles, CA, 2007 (all images)

  • 2006

    Buckley, Annie, Marnie Weber, Artillery, Los Angeles, CA, November 2006, pg. 17 (reproduction)

  • Holte, Michael Ned, The Other Left Bank, Interview Magazine, New York, NY, September 2006, pg.178

  • Duncan, Michael, Babes in Spiritland, Art in America, New York, NY, May 2006, pg. 176–179 (reproduction)

  • Núñez-Fernández, Lupe. Out of the Shadows, Art Review, London, UK, March 2006, pg. 76-81 (reproduction)

  • Buckley, Annie, Marnie Weber, Artnews, New York, NY, March 2006, pg. 143 (reproduction)

  • 2005

    Zellen, Jody, Marnie Weber at RFG, artUS 11, Los Angeles, CA, No. 11, December 2005–February 2006, pg. 16–17 (reproduction)

  • Buckley, Annie, Marnie Weber at Rosamund Felsen Gallery, ArtWeek, Palo Alto, CA, December 2005-January 2006, pg. 16 (reproduction)

  • Bockus, Kim, Marnie Weber: From the Dust Room, New York Arts, NY, November/December 2005, pg. 26-27 (reproduction)

  • Miles Barry, Johnny Morgan, Grant Scott, The Greatest Album Covers of All Time, Collins and Brown, London, UK, 2005, pg. 196 (reproduction)

  • Chris Kraus, Jane McFadden, Jan Tumlir, LA Artland: Contemporary Art from Los Angeles, Black Dog Publishing, London, UK, 2005, pg. 206-210 (reproduction)

  • Duncan, Michael, State of the Arts 05’, LA Weekly, Los Angeles, CA, October 28–November 3, 2005, pg. 66

  • Zellen, Jody, Marnie Weber, ArtScene, Los Angeles, CA, Vol. 27, No. 49, October 2005, pg. 25 (reproduction)

  • Ollman, Leah, All dolled up, but not sure where it’s headed, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, CA, September 30, 2005, pg. E29 (reproduction)

  • Wilder, Mathew, Critic’s Pick, Artforum.com, New York, NY, September 23, 2005 (reproduction)

  • Harvey, Doug, Sprits Rock Among Us, LA Weekly, Los Angeles, CA, Vol. 27, No. 38, August 12–18, 2005, pg. 48 (reproduction)

  • Pecoil, Vincent, Marnie Weber at Galerie Praz-Delavallade, Flash Art International, Milan, IT, Vol. XXXVIII, No. 241, March/April 2005, pg. 122

  • Anderson, H.C., Hans Christian Anderson: Illustrated by Artists from Around the World, SolArc Publishing, Hertfordshire, UK, 2005

  • 2003

    Mendel-Black, Daniel, The Dollhouse, Spring Journal, Los Angeles, CA, No. 3, Spring 2003, pg.1, 3, 36-37 (reproduction)

  • Myers, Holly, Redefining Boundaries of What’s Hip, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, CA, July 28, 2003, pg. E8 (reproduction)

  • 2002

    Kino, Carol, Marnie Weber at Fredericks Freiser Gallery, Art in America, New York, NY, January 2002, No. 1, pg.108 (reproduction)

  • Trembly, Nicolas, The Inside Story: Interview with Marnie Weber, Purple, Paris, FR, No. 10, Winter 2002, No. 10, pg. 74-79 (reproduction)

  • 2001

    Johnson, Ken, Art Guide: Marnie Weber, The New York Times, New York, NY, April 20, 2001, pg.33

  • Honigman, Ana Finel, Marnie Weber: Whose the Most Forgotten of Them All?, Time Out New York, New York, NY, No. 292, April 26-May 3, 2001, pg. 64 (reproduction)

  • Levin, Kim, Art Choices: Weber at Fredericks Freiser, The Village Voice, New York, NY, April 17, 2001, pg. 100

  • Larsen, Lars Bang, Circus Circus, Frieze, London, UK, No. 56, January-February 2001, pg. 101

  • Frueh, Lars Joanna, Monster Beauty, University of California Press, Berkeley, CA, 2001, pg. 278-279

  • 2000 Harvey, Doug, Ten Shows That Rocked My World, LA Weekly, Los Angeles, CA, December 29-January 4, 2000, pg. 35

  • Holmqvist, Ake, Konstnarlig cirkuslek, Novva Skivu, October 17, 2000

  • Miles, Christopher, Marnie Weber: Rosamund Felsen Gallery, ArtForum International, New York, NY,

  • Vol. XXXIX, No. 1, September 2000, pg.182

  • Harvey, Doug, LA Weekly, Los Angeles, CA, June 23-29, 2000

  • Duncan, Michael, My Living Doll, exihibition essay, Guggenheim Gallery, Chapman University, Orange, CA, March 2000, pg. 9