Miami, b.1978

Hernan Bas

Hernan Bas (b. 1978 in Miami, lives and works in Detroit and Miami) has had solo exhibitions at the Centro De Arte Contemporáneo Málaga, Málaga, Spain (2018); Colby College Art Museum, Waterville, ME (2018); SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah, GA (2017); Bass Museum of Art, Miami, FL (2013); and the Rubell Family Collection, Miami, FL (2007). Bas has participated in a number of important group exhibitions, including Them, Perrotin, New York, NY (2019); Wild n Out, PKM Gallery, Seoul, South Korea (2017); Future Seasons Past, Lehmann Maupin, New York, NY (2015); The Collectors, curated by Elmgreen & Dragset for the Nordic and Danish Pavilions at the 53rd Venice Biennale (2009); Triumph of Painting: Part III, Saatchi Gallery, London, United Kingdom (2005); Ideal Worlds – New Romanticism in Contemporary Art, Schirn...

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Biography

Hernan Bas (b. 1978 in Miami, lives and works in Detroit and Miami) has had solo exhibitions at the Centro De Arte Contemporáneo Málaga, Málaga, Spain (2018); Colby College Art Museum, Waterville, ME (2018); SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah, GA (2017); Bass Museum of Art, Miami, FL (2013); and the Rubell Family Collection, Miami, FL (2007). Bas has participated in a number of important group exhibitions, including Them, Perrotin, New York, NY (2019); Wild n Out, PKM Gallery, Seoul, South Korea (2017); Future Seasons Past, Lehmann Maupin, New York, NY (2015); The Collectors, curated by Elmgreen & Dragset for the Nordic and Danish Pavilions at the 53rd Venice Biennale (2009); Triumph of Painting: Part III, Saatchi Gallery, London, United Kingdom (2005); Ideal Worlds – New Romanticism in Contemporary Art, Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, Germany (2005); and the Whitney Biennial (2004). His work is part of the permanent collections of New York’s Brooklyn Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, and Whitney Museum of American Art; as well as the Detroit Institute of Arts; Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami; and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, among others.

Artworks

5

A Moment Eclipsed 1, 2019

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21st Century Art / Acrylic on Linen / Acrylic Paint / Acrylic Painting / American Art / American Culture / Art of the 2010s / Balanced Composition / Contemporary American Art / Dense Composition / Figurative Painting / History Painting / History/Historical Approach / Inspired by Folk Tales / Myths / Inspired by Religion / Linen / Miami / Painting / Reality and Fantasy/Illusion/Imagination / Socio-political Issues / Storytelling / United States

Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • 1996

    New World School of the Arts, Miami, FL

Solo Exhibitions

  • 2019

    TIME LIFE, Lehmann Maupin, New York, NY

  • 2018

    A Brief Intermission, Centro De Arte Contemporáneo Málaga, Málaga, Spain

  • Hernan Bas: The Paper Crown Prince and Other Works, Colby College Art Museum, Waterville, ME

Group Exhibitions

  • 2019

    Them, Perrotin, New York, NY

  • They Gaze, James Fuentes, New York, NY

  • Through Painter’s Eyes, Galerie Ron Mandos, Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Education

  • 1996

    New World School of the Arts, Miami, FL

Solo Exhibitions

  • 2019

    TIME LIFE, Lehmann Maupin, New York, NY

  • 2018

    A Brief Intermission, Centro De Arte Contemporáneo Málaga, Málaga, Spain

  • Hernan Bas: The Paper Crown Prince and Other Works, Colby College Art Museum, Waterville, ME

  • Insects from Abroad, Galerie Perrotin, Tokyo Japan

  • 2017

    Cambridge Living, Victoria Miro, Mayfair, London, United Kingdom

  • Bloomsbury Revisited, Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Zürich, Switzerland

  • Florida Living, SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah, GA

  • 2016

    A Tropical Depression, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL

  • Bright Young Things, Lehmann Maupin, New York, NY

  • 2015

    Fruits and Flowers, Galerie Perrotin, Paris, France

  • 2014

    New Perfumes, Larger Blossoms, Pleasures Untasted. Hernan Bas and the Natural World: Selections from the Rubell Collection, YoungArts Gallery, Miami, FL

  • Haunted Objects, Marfa Book Company, Marfa, TX

  • Case Studies, Lehmann Maupin, Hong Kong

  • Memphis Living, Victoria Miro, London, United Kingdom

  • 2013

    TIME, Hernan Bas: A Queer and Curious Cabinet, Bass Museum of Art, Miami, FL

  • 2012

    The Other Side, Kunstverein Hannover, Hannover, Germany

  • A brief suspension of disbelief, PKM Gallery, Seoul, South Korea

  • Occult Contemporary, Lehmann Maupin, New York, NY

  • 36 Unknown Poets, Galerie Perrotin, Paris, France

  • 2011

    Delicate Creatures from America, Galleria Il Capricorno, Venice, Italy

  • The Forest for the Trees, Frederic Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL

  • Perennial Affairs, Peter Kilchmann, Zurich, Switzerland

  • 2010

    Hallucinations of Poets, Victoria Miro, London, United Kingdom

  • Considering Henry, Galerie Perrotin, Paris, France

  • A Fairy’s Tale, PKM Gallery/Bartleby Bickle & Meursault, Seoul, South Korea

  • 2009

    Hernan Bas: Works from the Rubell Family Collection, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY

  • In the Land of Make Me Believe, Galleria II Capricorno, Venice, Italy

  • The Dance of the Machine Gun & other forms of unpopular expression, Lehmann Maupin, New York, NY

  • 2008

    Ask the Sky, Sandroni Rey, Los Angeles, CA

  • The Unexplained, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL

  • 2007

    Hernan Bas: Works from the Rubell Family Collection, Rubell Family Collection, Miami, FL

  • Saints and Secret Sects, Galleria II Capricorno, Venice, Italy

  • Saints and Secret Sects, Victoria Miro, London, United Kingdom

  • Mephistopheles at 17, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, Australia

  • Evening Amusements, The Fireplace Project, East Hampton, New York

  • 2006

    The Great Barrier Wreath, Sandroni Rey, Los Angeles, CA

  • A Silent Dirge, Galleria Il Capricorno, Venice, Italy

  • Dandies, Pansies and Prudes, Daniel Reich Gallery, New York, NY

  • 2005

    Once Upon a Time…, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL

  • In the Low Light, Victoria Miro, London, United Kingdom

  • 2004

    Soap Operatic, The Moore Space, Miami, FL

  • As if a Phantom Carres’d me, Sandroni Rey, Los Angeles, CA

  • Sometimes with One I Love, Daniel Reich Gallery, New York, NY

  • We May Even See the Wind Together, Schmidt Center Gallery, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL

  • 2003

    We May Even See the Wind Together, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL

  • 2002

    First Comes the Blood, Then Come the Boys, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL

  • Love in Vein, Sandroni Rey, Venice, CA

  • It’s Super Natural, Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, FL

  • 2001

    Hernan’s Merit & the Nouveau Sissies, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL

  • 2000

    Slim Fast, Frances Wolfson Gallery, Miami Dade Community College, Miami, FL

Group Exhibitions

  • 2019

    Them, Perrotin, New York, NY

  • They Gaze, James Fuentes, New York, NY

  • Through Painter’s Eyes, Galerie Ron Mandos, Amsterdam, Netherlands

  • My Kid Could Do That, ProjectArt, Miami, FL

  • Where is the Madness You Promised Me: Dystopian Paintings from the Marc & Livia Straus Collection, Hudson Valley Museum of Contemporary Art, Peekskill, NY

  • 2017

    Engender, Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

  • Wild n Out, PKM Gallery, Seoul, South Korea

  • Generation Loss, Julia Stoschek Collection, Düsseldorf, Germany

  • On the Horizon: Contemporary Cuban Art from the Jorge M. Pérez Collection, Pérez Art Museum Miami, Miami, FL

  • Alien Nations, Lehman College Art Gallery, London, United Kingdom

  • House Work, Victoria Miro, London, United Kingdom

  • 2016

    Progressive Praxis, de la Cruz Collection, Miami, FL

  • PKM Gallery, Seoul, South Korea

  • A Sum of Its Parts, Polk Museum of Art, Lakeland, FL

  • 2015

    Future Seasons Past, Lehmann Maupin, New York, NY

  • Love: The First of the 7 Virtues, Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Hudson, NY

  • Tracing Shadows, PLATEAU, Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul, South Korea

  • 2013

    Suddenness + Certainty, Robert Miller Gallery, New York, NY

  • Cinematic Visions, Victoria Miro, London, United Kingdom

  • Hernan Bas, Anne Chu, Klara Kristalova, Lehmann Maupin, New York, NY

  • On Painting, Centro Atlantico de Arte Moderno, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain

  • 2012

    I Followed You into the Water, Lehmann Maupin, New York, NY

  • 2011

    The Cry, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Castilla y León, León, Spain

  • Contemporary Magic: A Tarot Deck Art Project, The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA

  • Nothing in the World But Youth, Turner Contemporary, Margate, United Kingdom

  • Make Believe, Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm, Sweden

  • 2010

    Father, Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo, Brazil

  • Love in Vein: Editions Fawbush projects and artists 2005-2010, Gering and Lopez Gallery, New York, NY

  • Tauba Auerbach, Matthew Day Jackson, R.H. Quaytman, etc., Galerie Perrotin, Paris, France

  • In the company of Alice, Victoria Miro, London, United Kingdom

  • Five in Istanbul: A Selection of Artists from Lehmann Maupin Gallery, Borusan Müzik Evi, Istanbul, Turkey

  • Contemporary Magic: A Tarot Deck Art Project, National Arts Club, New York, NY

  • Lush Life 3: First Bird (A Few Butterflies), curated by Franklin Evans & Omar Lopez-Chahoud, Invisible-Exports, New York, NY

  • 2009

    The Collectors, The Nordic Pavillion and the Danish Pavilion, 53rd Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy

  • Wunderland, KadE, Amersfoort, Netherlands

  • SMALL, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL

  • Recent Acquisitions, Miami Art Museum, Miami, FL

  • Dilettantes, Dandies and Divas, Gavlak, West Palm Beach, FL

  • Wonderland: Through the looking glass, Kunsthal KAdE, Amersfoort, Netherlands

  • 2008

    Exhibitions: 21: Selections from the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY

  • The Boys of Summer, curated by Shelley Fox Aarons and Edsel Williams, The Fireplace Project, East Hampton, NY

  • The Dulcet Climb of the Bedchamber, Goff & Rosenthal, Berlin, Germany

  • New Mythologies: Pivot Points Part 2, Works from the permanent Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, FL

  • Miami Comes to the Hamptons, Snitzer - Arregui Project, East Hampton, NY

  • (i-murj:d), Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL

  • 2007

    Like Color in Pictures, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO

  • Size Matters (Part 1, XS-recent small-scale paintings), Hudson Valley, Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, NY

  • Titled/Untitled: A Collaborative Exhibition Featuring Work from the Devonshire Collection & Rubell Collection, Lismore Castle Arts, Lismore, Ireland

  • Intimacy, Contemporary Art After Nine Eleven, Triennale di Milano, Milan, Italy

  • 2006

    Paraisos Artificiales, Pilar Parra & Romero Gallería de Arte, Madrid, Spain

  • Mixed Emotions, Haifa Museum of Art, Haifa, Israel

  • Think Warm, Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

  • Breathing Time: Works from the Debra & Dennis Scholl Collection, Newcomb Art Gallery, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA

  • Girlpower and Boyhood, Talbot Rice Gallery (in conjuction with Kunsthallen Brandts), University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

  • Garden Party, Deitch Projects, New York, NY

  • Panic Room: Works from the Dakis Joannou Collection, DESTE Foundation for Contemporary Art, Athens, Greece

  • Figuring the Landscape, Contemporary Art Galleries, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

  • 2005

    New Figuration, Galleri Christina Wilson, Copenhagen, Denmark

  • Triumph of Painting – Part III, Saatchi Gallery, London, United Kingdom

  • MoCA and Miami, Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, FL

  • Little Odysseys, Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York, NY

  • Ten, Rubell Family Collection, Miami, FL

  • Ideal Worlds – New Romanticism in Contemporary Art, Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, Germany

  • Situational Prosthetics, curated by Nate Lowman, New Langston Arts, San Francisco, CA

  • Recent Acquisitions, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

  • 2004

    Galleon and Other Stories, Saatchi Gallery, London, United Kingdom

  • Origins of Harold, Deitch Projects, New York, NY

  • Miami Nice, Galerie Perrotin, Paris, France

  • Happy Days Are Here Again, David Zwirner, New York, NY

  • Heavenly Creatures, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg, Austria

  • Whitney Biennial Exhibition, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY

  • The Drawing Show, The Green Barn, Sagaponack, NY

  • Painting 2004, Victoria Miro, London, United Kingdom

  • Obituary, Placemaker, Miami, FL

  • Lock Stock and Barrel, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL

  • The 6th Annual Altoids Curiously Strong collection, Consolidated Works, Seattle, WA; Arthouse, Austin, TX; Pennsylvania Academy of Art, Philadelphia, PA; New Museum, New York, NY

  • 2003

    Women Beware Women, curated by David Rimanelli, Deitch Projects, New York, NY

  • Summer Romance, Sandroni Rey, Venice, CA

  • Today’s Man, John Connelly Presents, New York, NY; Hiromi Yoshi Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

  • Imagine: Selections from the Permanent Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, FL

  • Made in Miami, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL

  • New Art, Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, Lake Worth, FL

  • American Art Today: Faces and Figures, The Art Museum, Florida International University, Miami, FL

  • 2002

    Drawing Conclusions, curated by Nina Arias, Buena Vista Building, Miami, FL

  • In the Place of Revolution, The Great Hall of The Cooper Union, New York, NY

  • AOP002: The 37th Art on Paper Exhibition, Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC

  • Friends and Family, Lombard-Fried Fine Arts, New York, NY

  • Dangerous Beauty, Jewish Community Center in Manhattan, New York, NY

  • Champion, Zinc Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden

  • 2001

    Fast Forward Projects at the Nash Hotel Art Fair, Miami Beach, FL

  • Humid, MCA, Chicago, Moore Building, Miami, FL

  • Selections from the Permanent Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, FL

  • 2000

    Making Art in Miami: Travels in Hyperreality, Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, FL

  • Robot, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL

  • Ob-la-di-Ob-la-da, Art Center/South Florida, Miami Beach, FL

  • Young Miami, Wooster Projects, New York, NY

  • The Home Show, 890 NE 90th Street, Miami, FL

  • Departing Perspectives, Espirito Santo Building, Miami, FL

Commissions

  • 2012

    Louis Vuitton, Aventura Space, Miami, FL

Residencies

  • 2016

    Jesus College, Cambridge, United Kingdom

  • 2013

    Chinati, Marfa, TX

  • Anderson Ranch, CO

  • Ox-Bow, MI

  • 2005

    Arts Production Fund, Giverny, France

Collections

  • Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY

  • Detroit Institute of Arts, MI

  • Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.

  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, FL

  • Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA

  • The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

  • New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, CT

  • Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA

  • Rubell Family Collection, Miami, FL

Publications

  • 2014

    Rattemeyer, Christian, et al. “Hernan Bas,” Rizzoli International Publications, New York, NY

  • 2012

    Robecchi, Michele and Rene Zechlin. “Hernan Bas/The other side,” Kunstverein Hanover, Verlag, Berlin

  • 2009

    “Wonderland: Through the Looking Glass,” Kusthal KAdE Amersfoort, Amersfoort, Netherlands

  • 2008

    Coetzee, Mark. “Hernan Bas, Works from the Rubell Collection,” Rubell Family Collection, Miami, FL

  • 2006

    “Ideal Worlds,” Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt

  • 2005

    “Ideal Wunschwelten Worlds: New Romanticism in Contemporary Art,” Schirn Kunsthale Frankfurt, Hatje Cantz

  • “Soap Operatic: Hernan Bas” introduction by Silvia Karman. Texts by Nancy Spector, Massimiliano Gioni and Hernan Bas

Bibliography

  • 2017

    Tracy, Liz. “Hernan Bas on Miami Culture and What Makes Art Gay,” Miami New Times, 9 May.

  • 2016

    Pogrebin, Robin. “Bohemia, By Way of the Aristocrats,” The New York Times, 23, April.

  • “Hernan Bas,” Modern Painters, June/July.

  • Murakami, Kenta. “Hernan Bas on Painting Aristocratic, Queer Life in 1920s London,” Hyperallergic, 13 April.

  • Ebony, David. “David Ebony's Top 10 New York Gallery Shows for April,” Artnet, 8 April.

  • 2014

    Tylevich, Katya. “Hernan Bas: The Story at the Intermission,” Elephant Magazine, Spring, p.102 – 111.

  • 2012

    Pfeiffer, Alice. “Hernan Bas at Galerie Perrotin, Paris,” Sleek Magazine, 17 October.

  • Binlot, Ann,“Luxury Bindles: Artist Hernan Bas Collaborates With Louis Vuitton to Create Hobo Chic Luggage,” ArtInfo, 13 March.

  • Walsh, Brienne. “Hernan Bas Sees Evil,” Interview. March.

  • Davila, Stephanie. “Hernan Bas Goes Hobo Chic,” WWD, 29 February.

  • 2010

    Sherwin, Skye. “Artist of the week 109: Hernan Bas,” Guardian.co.uk, 13 October.

  • 2009

    Cattelan, Maurizio. “Hernan Bas: Something a Bit Off,” Flash Art, October, p. 54 – 57, cover.

  • Komis, Dmitry. “Hernan Bas: Lehmann Maupin/Brooklyn Museum – New York,” FlashArt, July-September, p. 87.

  • Kennedy, Randy. “Artwork to Display, or to Enjoy with Eggs,” The New York Times, 3 July.

  • Rehberger, Tobias. “The Collectors. Curated by Elmgreen & Dragset/Danish Pavilion/Venice Biennial 2009,” Vernissage TV, 18 June.

  • Hawgood, Alex. “The Insider:Alejandro Cardenas,” The Moment, 8 June.

  • Velasco, David. “It’s Reigning Men,” Artforum, 5 June.

  • Laster, Paul. “Art’s Biggest Party: The 2009 Venice Biennale.” Flavorwire, 4 June.

  • De Jesus, Carlos Suarez. “Homegrown Brew at Miami Art Museum,” Miami New Times, 2 June.

  • “Artist Duo Elmgreen & Dragset Stage the Danish and Nordic Pavilions for La Biennale di Venezia.” Artdaily.com, 2 June.

  • Browne, Alix. “Home Team: A Team of Artists Play House,” T Magazine, 31 May.

  • “A Future is Lush and Lonely: A Review of Hernan Bas at Lehmann Maupin,” Artravels, 27 May.

  • Munzenrider, Kyle. “Hernan Bas Inspired by Aburdist Theater, Ru Paul,” Miami New Times, 21 May.

  • “A Chat with Hernan Bas.” NBCMiami, 21 May.

  • “Interview with Hernan Bas on his new body of artwork, ‘The Dance of the Machine Gun and Other Forms of Unpopular Expression,’” BlackBook, 20 May.

  • Rogers, Ray. “Miami Artist Hernan Bas Captures Hedi Slimane, Gets Personal with Madonna,” BlackBook, 20 May.

  • “Go See Hernan Bas at Lehmann Maupin, New York, Through July 10, 2009,” Artobserved.com, 14 May.

  • Peers, Alexandra. “Little Warhols : Post-boom, artists may rule their own productivity,” New York Magazine, 10 May.

  • “Wet Heat Project captures artists at work,” Miami Art Exchange Blog, 10 May.

  • “Visual Arts, Calender, Boy Wonder,” Manhattan Magazine, May/June.

  • Alexander, Lily. “Hernan Bas: The Dance of the Machine Gun and other forms of unpopular expression,” Whitewall, 6 May.

  • “Top 5 Exhibition Picks,” Whitewall, 6 May.

  • Santiago, Fabiola. “Wet Heat Project captures artists at work,” The Miami Herald, 3 May.

  • “Kunsthal KAdE Amersfoort The Netherlands presents Wonderland through the Looking Glass,” Artdaily.com, 2 May.

  • “Hernan Bas at Lehmann Maupin,” Saatchi Gallery Blog, 2 May.

  • Archey, Karen and Paddy Johnson. “Anything Jerry Saltz Can Do AFC can do Better: 33

  • Outstanding Artists Emerging after 1999, Part One of Three”, Artfagcity.com, 29 April.

  • Bea, Marissa. “Hernan Bas @ Brooklyn Museum thru 5/24,” Quietcolor, 27 April.

  • “From Bas to Picassco to the Pyscho-Kinetic,” ion arts blogspot, 26 April.

  • Repucci, Demian. “Hernan Bas at Lehmann Maupin,” Demian repucci, 24 April.

  • “The Beginning and the End:Hernan Bas at Lehmann Maupin in NYC,” C-Monster, 24 April.

  • “Gallery opening tonight for the gay Miami artist (and apparent Bud Light fab),” Time Out New York, 23 April.

  • Kroll, Justin. “Hirst Joins Angel Auction: Events to Take Place April 23 at CAA,” Variety, 16 April.

  • Cone, Michele. “Lolitos in Fag Limbo,” Artnet, 14 April. Sherwin, Skye.“Hernan Bas,” ArtReview, April, p. 25.

  • “Hernan Bas at the Brooklyn Museum,” this.hearts.on.fire, 28 March.

  • O’Neil, Shannon Leigh “Art Review: Venus as a Boy: Hernan Bas’ paintings reclaim Queer dandyism,” New York Blade, 20 March.

  • “Danish and Nordic Pavillions Team up for Venice,” ArtInfo, 20 March.

  • Santiago, Fabiola. “Peek Show: An exhibit raises the curtain on MAM’s collection,” The Miami Herald, 15 March.

  • Rad Sculpture, Art Week Clashes Out, and Batsheva Keeps Dancing,” WNYCCulture, 6 March.

  • “Hernan Bas at the Brooklyn Museum,” Art Observed, 2 March.

  • Laster, Paul. “Exclusive, Hernan Bas at the Brooklyn Museum,” Flavorwire, 2 March.

  • Strauss, Kimberly. “Once upon a Time,” Vogue, March, p. 366.

  • “Hernan Bas Works Will Open at Brooklyn Museum Feb. 27,” Antiques And The Art Online, 17 February.

  • Lipke, David. “Hernan Bas Exhibit Opens at the Brooklyn Museum,” WWD.com, 27 February.

  • 2008

    Thornton, Sarah. “Interview,” The Art Newspaper, December. “Power Move” Art + Auction, December.

  • "The Power 100: Don & Mera Rubell," ArtReview, November.

  • Douglas, Sarah. "A Soft Landing at Frieze?" ArtInfo, 15 October.

  • Colman, David. “Hernan Bas,” Elle Décor, April, p. 114 – 115.

  • “Hernan Bas Where the Boys Aren’t,” Wound, Spring, p. 190 – 197.

  • 2007

    Lack, Jessica. “Hernan Bas,” The Guardian Guide, 2 June.

  • Ward, Ossian. “Ab 2. Juni: Hernan Bas zeigt in London sein dekadenten Heiligenbilder,” Monopol, 6 November.

  • 2006

    Douglas, Sarah. “Hernan Bas: L’Invenzione dell’Amore,” Flash Art, June/July.

  • Gravagnuolo, Emma. “Hernan Bas,” Arte, June.

  • Weinberg, Michelle. “Hernan Bas,” Tema Celeste, March/April. p. 81.

  • Cotter, Holland. “Hernan Bas: Dandies, Pansies & Prudes,” The New York Times, 24 March.

  • Turner, Elisa. “The Hardy Boys Meet the Sea Nymphs,” ArtNews, January.

  • Fernandez, Enrique and Fabiola Santiago. “Miami Makes the Scene,” The Miami Herald, 30 November.

  • 2005

    Guida, Humberto. “In a Class by Themselves,” Art Basel Miami Beach.

  • Turner, Elisa. “Made in Miami,” The Miami Herald, 9 October.

  • de Jesus, Carlos Suarez. “Big Man on Canvas,” Miami New Times, 10 November.

  • Turner, Elisa. “Global Art Locally: Rubell Collection Showcases Miami Artists,” The Miami Herald, 26 June.

  • Triff, Alfredo. “Cracking Stereotypes,” Miami New Times, 2 June.

  • Ellis, Patricia. “Triumph of Painting – Part III,” Saatchi Gallery, London, United Kingdom

  • Clearwater, Bonnie. “MoCA and Miami,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, FL.

  • Sommeryns, Omar. “The Miami Art World is Vapid Like a Soap Opera – Hernan Bas Is Not,” Ignore Magazine, July.

  • Güner, Fisun. “Gothic Worlds Collide,” The Metro, 29 March.

  • Hackworth, Nick. “Bas proves power of the brush,” Evening Standard, 24 March.

  • Lack, Jessica. “Hernan Bas, Preview,” The Guardian Guide, 19 March.

  • Douglas, Sarah. “Hernan Bas: Meet Me at the Cemetary Gate,” Flash Art, January–February.

  • Hughes, Robert J. “Up and Coming: Hernan Bas, Artist,” The Wall Street Journal, 25 February.

  • Ribas, Joao.“The Other Side of Paradise,” ArtReview, December–January.

  • Rosenberg, Karen. “Rothko Triumphed Renoir,” New York, 20 December, p. 84.

  • Schambelan, Elizabeth. “Hernan Bas, Daniel Reich Gallery,” Artforum, December.

  • Diaz-Balart, Anna-Maria. “The Mind of An Artist,” Loft, December, p. 24 – 26.

  • “Talent: Boys Gone Wild,” New York, 20 September, p. 89.

  • Juarez, Roberto. “Artists on Artists: Roberto Juarez on Hernan Bas,” The Bomb, Summer, p. 14 – 15.

  • “Turn up the Bas,” 95 East, Spring, p. 72.

  • Amber, David. “Bas Relief,” New Times Broward Palm Beach, 1 – 7 April.

  • Turner, Elisa. “Critic’s Pick,” The Miami Herald, 12 March.

  • “Hunting Season Opens,” The New York Times, 7 March.

  • Güner, Fisun. “Young Pros,” Evening Standard, 14 April.

  • Hackworth, Nick. “Touch of Zen with No Zing,” Evening Standard, April.

  • Sumpter, Helen. “Painting 2004: Victoria Miro,” Time Out London, April.

  • Dupuy, Pascale. “Miami S’ExposeI,” Elle, February, p. 102 - 103

  • Turner, Elisa. “Amazing Journey, Tropical Life,” The Miami Herald, 19 January.

  • Kangas, Matthew. “Humor, social commentary leave lasting impression,” The Seattle Times, 9 January.

  • 2004

    Saltz, Jerry. “Critical Call,” Village Voice, 28 September.

  • 2003

    Feinstein, Roni. “Report From Miami,” Art in America, December, p. 56.

  • Best Solo Show: Hernan Bas – First Comes the Blood, Then Come the Boys,” Sun, 13 Dec.

  • Whitney Announces Biennial Artists,” Art in America, December, p. 128.

  • Russell, Candice. “South Florida Cultural Consortium Recipients,” South Florida Times, October, p. 20.

  • Cotter, Holland. “By and About Men, They’re Running with It,” The New York Times, 8 August.

  • Turner, Elisa. “The Joys of Summer,” The Miami Herald, 3 August, p. 3M.

  • Cohen, Michael. “The New Gothic: Scary Monsters and Super Creeps,” Flash Art, July- September, p. 108 –110.

  • Galleries – Downtown: Women Beware Women,” The New Yorker, 1-13 December.

  • Schwendender, Martha. “Women Beware Women,” Time Out New York, 4 – 11 December.

  • Jana, Reena. “Miami,” Art on Paper, January. p. 68.

  • Turner, Elisa. “Consortium Surprises, As Usual,” Miami Herald, 3 August.

  • 2002

    Street Miami, 29 March–4 April.

  • Smoke and Mirrors: Art in Magic City,” The Miami Herald, 5 July.

  • Art Basel and Beyond,” Street Miami, 6–12 December.

  • Jana, Reena. “Gallery Walk: Miami,” art on paper, April.

  • Kinsella, Eileen. “Wise Buys,” ARTnews, summer.

  • Ocaña, Damarys. “Humid,” Art Papers Magazine, March/April.

  • Nys Dambrot, Shana. “Hernan Bas,” tema celeste, p. 93.

  • Robinson, Walter. “More From Miami,” artnet, 9 December.

  • Triff, Alfredo. “Summer Fashion,” Miami New Times: Art, 25-31 July.

  • Turner, Elisa. “Sharp FIU Exhibit Nails Complex Human Condition,” The Miami Herald: Visual January.

  • Turner, Elisa. “Hardy Boys Meet Teen Angst,” The Miami Herald, 1 December.

  • “Independent Events: Art Basel Miami Beach,” The Miami Herald, 1 December.

  • “Ear Candy,” Street Miami: Art Listings, 11–17 January.

  • Ocaña, Damarys. “Boy Story: Hernan Bas keeps the narrative about sexuality going at Snitzer show,” The Street, 27 December, p. 64.

  • 2001

    Moreno, Gean. “Miami,” Art Papers Magazine, November/December.

  • “Nouveau Sissies on Display,” The Miami Herald, 6 July.

  • Sirgado, Miguel A. “Los Escenarios Apacibles de Hernan Bas,” El Nuevo Herald, July.

  • Ocaña, Damarys. “Artist’s Works are SlimFast Pickings,” Street Miami, 5–11 January.

  • Triff, Alfredo. “Hernan’s Merit and the Nouveau Sissies,” Miami New Times.

  • Ocaña, Damarys. Gender Benders,” Street Miami.

  • 2000

    “Robot,” The Miami Herald, 1 December.

  • “An Artistic Ode to Miami,” Street Miami, 22 December.

  • Halden, Loann. “Travels in Hernanland,” Miami, Only in TWN.

  • Turner, Elisa. “MoCAs Heart, Art, Right at Home in Miami,” The Miami Herald, 29 November.