Bio

KEITH TYSON

1969 Born in Ulverston, UK
Lives and works in Sussex and London, UK

Education

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

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2017 Les Fleurs, Galerie George Philippe & Nathalie Vallois, Paris, France
Turn Back Now, Jerwood Gallery, Hastings, UK
2014 A Mystery to Myself, David Risley Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark
2013 Panta Rhei, Pace, London, UK
2011 Entangled in the Amber Glow of a Weary Woven World, David Risley Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark
Keith Tyson: Contemporary Grotesques, Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois, Paris, France
2010 Keith Tyson: 52 Variables, The Pace Gallery, New York, NY
2009 Keith Tyson: Cloud Choreography and Other Emergent Systems, Parasol Unit, London, UK
Keith Tyson, Blum & Poe, Los Angeles, USA
2008 Keith Tyson Nature Paintings, Tullie House Museum & Art Gallery, Carlisle, UK (catalogue)
Keith Tyson, Fractal Dice, Pace, New York, USA (catalogue)
Random Nature, Project B, Milan, Italy (catalogue)
2007 Keith Tyson, Ten Years of Studio Wall Drawings 1997 – 2007, Haunch of Venison London, UK (catalogue)
Keith Tyson, Large Field Array, PaceWildenstein, New York, USA (catalogue)
Keith Tyson, Large Field Array, De Pont museum of contemporary art, The Netherlands (catalogue)
2006 Keith Tyson, Large Field Array, Louisiana Museum for Moderne Art, Denmark (catalogue)
Keith Tyson, Nature Paintings, Haunch of Venison, Zürich, Switzerland (catalogue)
Keith Tyson, The Sum of all Possible Paths, Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois, Paris
2005 Keith Tyson, The Bates College Museum of Art, Maine, USA
Geno Pheno 2, PaceWildenstein, New York, USA (catalogue)
2004 Geno Pheno 1, Haunch of Venison, London, UK
The Terrible Weight of History, Galerie Judin, Zürich, Switzerland (catalogue)
2003 Collected Short Stories, Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois, Paris, France
Works from a Teleological Accelerator, Arndt and Partner, Berlin, Germany
2002 Keith Tyson, Kunsthalle Zürich, Switzerland (catalogue)
Supercollider, South London Gallery, London, UK (catalogue)
2000 Studio Wall Drawings, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London, UK
One of Each, Galerie Ursula Krinzinger, Vienna, Austria (catalogue)
1999 Keith Tyson, Delfina, London, UK (catalogue)
Molecular Compound 4, Kleines Helmhaus, Zürich, Switzerland (catalogue)
1997 Keith Tyson, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London, UK
Keith Tyson, Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois, Paris, France
1996 Keith Tyson, David Zwirner Gallery, New York, USA
From the Artmachine, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London, UK

Selected Group Exhibitions

2016,Talking on Paper, Pace Beijing, China
Press Art. Die Sammlung Annette und Peter Nobel Vol. II, Museo d’arte della Svizzera italiana (MASILugano), Switzerland, Catalogue
 Collection by Thea Westreigh Wagner and Ethan Wagner, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, USA
Collection by Thea Westreigh Wagner and Ethan Wagner, Centre Pompidou, Paris, France
2015, De Pictura, Project B, Milan, Italy
Collected Lines, Drawings from the Ringier Collection, Winterhur, Switzerland
Eureka, Pace Gallery, New York, USA
Chewing Gum, Pace Gallery, Hong Kong
2014 The Drawing Room, Magasin 3, Stockholm Konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden
In the Round, Pace gallery, New York, USA
2012 Painting Without Paint, David Risley Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark
Freedom Not Genius: Works from Damien Hirst’s MurderMe Collection
, Pinacoteca Giovanni e Marella Agnelli, Turin, Italy
Beyond Reality: British Painting Today
, Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague, Czech Republic
Sacred Geometry and Secular Science
, Loyola University Museum of Art, Chicago, IL
2011 Adventures in Wonderland, MdM Museum, Porto Cervo, Italy
Summer Exhibition
, Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK
7th La Biennale de Montréal: Chance
, École des beaux-arts de Montréal, Montréal, Canada
Space. About a Dream,
 Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria
Peeping Tom
, Kunsnthal KAdE, Amersfoort, Netherlands
2010 Plus Art, Plus Art Projects, London, UK
50 Years at Pace
, Pace Gallery, New York, NY
Shut Your Eyes in Order to See
, Galerie Praz Delavallade, Paris, France
VaXINations
, Xippas Gallery, Athens, Greece
Changing The World
, ARNDT Contemporary Art GmbH and Co, Berlin, Germany
Pastiche
, Pace Gallery, New York, NY
The Library of Babel / In and Out of Place
, Zabludowicz Collection, London, UK
Peeping Tom
, Vegas Gallery, London, UK
Dopplereffekt – Images in Art and Science
, Kunsthalle zu Kiel, Germany
On the Square
, Pace, New York, NY
2009 Walking in my Mind, Hayward Gallery, London, UK
2008 Wall Rockets: Contemporary Artists and Ed Ruscha, curated by Lisa Dennison, The Flag Art Foundation, New York, USA
Martian Museum of Terrestrial Art, Barbican Art Gallery, London, UK
Drawn from the Collection, BP British Art Displays, Tate Britain, London, UK
A Retrospective of the Turner Prize, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
2007 Unfinished Symphony, The Fine Art Society, London, UK
Turner Prize Retrospective, Tate Britain, London, UK
Aggression of Beauty II, Arndt & Partner Berlin, Germany
2005 Logical Conclusions: 40 Years of Rule-Based Art, Pace, New York, USA (catalogue)
Dionysiac, Centre Pompidou, Paris, France (catalogue)
2004 “Is there a curator to save the show?” Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois, Paris, France
Another Zero, Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Bergamo, Italy (catalogue)
2003 Outlook, Athens, Greece (catalogue)
Independence, South London Gallery, London, UK
Home, Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois, Paris, France
Thatcher, Blue Gallery, London, UK
Micro/Macro: British Art 1996-2002, Mucsarnok Kunsthalle, Budapest, Hungary (catalogue)
Talking Pieces, Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen, Germany (catalogue)
The Lost Collection of an Invisible Man, Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle, UK
2002 Turner Prize Exhibition, Tate Britain, London, UK (catalogue)
Comer o No Comer, Centro de Arte de Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain (catalogue)
Strike, Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Wolverhampton, UK
Public Affairs, Kunsthaus Zürich, Switzerland (catalogue)
Reality Check, Wharf Road, London, UK (catalogue); Moderna Galerija, Ljubljana, Slovenia;
House of Artists, Zagreb, Croatia; Gallery Rudolfinum, Prague, Czech Republic; Bunkier
Gallery, Krakow, Poland; Mucsarnok Kunsthalle, Budapest, Hungary
Con Art: Magic/Object/Action, Site Gallery, Sheffield, UK (catalogue)
25 São Paulo Biennial, São Paulo, Brazil (catalogue)
Flights of Reality, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge; Turnpike Gallery, Manchester, UK (catalogue)
2001 Brave New World, Galeria OMR, Mexico City, Mexico (catalogue)
L’effet Larsen – associative networks, OK Centrum fur Gegenwartskunst, Linz, Austria; Casino-Forum d’ Art Contemporain, Luxembourg, Luxembourg (catalogue)
Open Plan P3 – The Marathon, Alphadelta Gallery – Artio Gallery, Athens, Greece (catalogue)
Nothing, Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland, UK (catalogue); Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania; Rooseum Malmo, Malmo, Sweden; Mead Gallery, Warwick, UK
The Fantastic Recurrence of Certain Situations: Recent British Art and Photography, Sala de exposiciones del Canal de Isabel II, Madrid, Spain (catalogue)
Berlin Biennale, Berlin, Germany (catalogue)
49 Biennale de Venezia, Venice, Italy (catalogue)
makeshift, University of Brighton Gallery, Brighton, UK (catalogue)
Century City: Art and Culture in the Modern Metropolis, Tate Modern, London, UK (catalogue)
2000 The British Art Show 5: Edinburgh; Southampton; Birmingham; Cardiff, UK (catalogue)
Domestic Pairs Projects, Kunsthaus, Glarus, Switzerland
Over the Edges, SMAK-Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Gent, Belgium (catalogue)
Dream Machines, Hayward Gallery, London (catalogue); Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee, UK
1998 Seeing Time: selection from the Pamela and Richard Kramlich Collection of Media Art, San
Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, USA (catalogue)
Nerve, Nash Room, ICA, London, UK
Il Luogo degli angeli, San Michele and Museo Laboratorio, San Angelo, Italy (catalogue)
Show me the money, 8 Dukes Mews, London, UK
What’s in a name?, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London, UK
1997 Private Face-Urban Space, Gasworks, Athens, Greece (catalogue); L. Kanakakis Municipal Gallery of Rethymnon, Crete, Greece
Low Maintenance and High Precision, Hales and 172 Deptford High Street, Lewisham, UK
Guarene Arte 97, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebadengo per l’Arte, Turin, Italy (catalogue)
1996 Art and Innovation Shortlist Exhibition, ICA, London, UK
Superstore Deluxe, UP & Co., New York, USA
Madame ma conscience, Friche Belle de Mai, Marseilles, France
On a clear day … , Cambridge Dark Room Gallery, Cambridge, UK; First Site, Colchester, UK; Focal Point Gallery, Southend, UK; I.C.A, London, UK; John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, UK; Middlesborough Art Gallery, Oldham Art Gallery, UK
Madame ma conscience, Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois, Paris, France
In Passing, The Tannery, London, UK
Disneyland After Dark, Kunstamt Kreucberg, Bethanien, Germany (catalogue)
White Hysteria, Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, Australia
Surfing Systems, Kasseler Kunstverein, Kassel, Germany (catalogue)
Pandemonium, ICA, London, UK
1995 Night and Day, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London, UK
Disneyland after Dark, Uppsala Konstmuseum, Uppsala, Sweden
Institute of Cultural Anxiety, ICA, London, UK
1994 Spit in the Ocean, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London, UK
The Observatory, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London, UK
The Space Between, Gallery Fortlaan 17, Gent, Belgium
1990 Passive Voyeurs, Stanwicks Theatre Complex, Carlisle, UK

Grants and Awards

2005 Honorary Degree of Doctor of Letters, University of Brighton, Brighton, UK
2002 Winner of the Turner Prize, London, UK
1996 ICA Arts and Innovation Award, London, UK

Museum and foundation Collections

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark;
Arts Council Collection, London;
Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris;
Fondation Francois Pinault, Venice;
Los Angeles Contemporary Museum of Art, Los Angeles;
Fnac, France
Collection Magasin III, Stockholm
MOMA, New York;
Tate Gallery, London;
The Henry Moore Institute, Leeds;
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco;
The South London Gallery Collection, London;
SMAK – Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Belgium;
Zabludowicz Collection, London, New York, Finland.

Publications

Artnow 4, Taschen books 2013
The Turner Prize: Twenty Years, Virginia Button, Tate Publishing, 2003
Cream 3, Phaidon, 2003
The Makeshift Catalogue David Green, University of Brighton, 2001
Art Crazy Nation: The Post Blimey Art World, Matthew Collings, 21 Publishing Ltd, 2001
Moving Targets 2, A User’s Guide To British Art Now, Louisa Buck, Tate Publishing, London, 2000

Solo Exhibition Catalogues

Keith Tyson: Nature Paintings, published to coincide with an exhibition at Tullie House Museum & Art Gallery, 20 September-30 November 2008. Carlisle, UK, 2008.
Keith Tyson: Ten Years of Studio Wall Drawings 1997 – 2007, published on the occasion of the exhibition Keith Tyson: Ten Years of Studio Wall Drawings 1997 – 2007, Haunch of Venison, London, UK
Large Field Array, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art / De Pont museum of contemporary art, Denmark, 2006
Keith Tyson: Nature Paintings, published on the occasion of the exhibition Keith Tyson: Nature Paintings, Haunch of Venison, Zürich, Switzerland, 2006
Keith Tyson, Geno Pheno, PaceWildenstein, New York / Haunch of Venison, London, UK, 2005
Keith Tyson, History Paintings, published on the occasion of the exhibition Keith Tyson; The Terrible Weight of History, Galerie Judin in association with Haunch of Venison, London, UK, 2005
Keith Tyson, Kunsthalle Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland, 2002
Supercollider, South London Gallery, London, UK, 2002
Head to Hand, Drawings by Keith Tyson, Thea Westreich & Ethan Wagner, New York, USA, 2002
One of Each, Galerie Ursula Krinzinger, Vienna, Austria, 2000
Spellbook (Spells 1976-2000), The British Art Show 5, Edinburgh, UK, 2000
Molecular Compound No 4, Edition Fink, Zürich, Switzerland, 1999
Keith Tyson, Delfina, London, UK, 1999

Group Exhibition Catalogues

Logical Conclusions: 40 Years of Rule-Based Art, PaceWildenstein, New York, USA, 2005
Dionysiac, Centre Pompidou, Paris, France, 2005
Another Zero, Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea in Bergamo, Italy, 2004
Outlook, Athens, Greece, 2003
Micro/Macro: British Art 1996-2002, Mucsarnok Kunsthalle, Budapest, Hungary, 2003
Talking Pieces, Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen, Germany, 2003
Turner Prize Exhibition, Tate Britain, London, UK, 2002
Comer o No Comer, Centro de Arte de Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain, 2002
Public Affairs, Kunsthaus Zürich, Switzerland, 2002
Reality Check, Wharf Road, London, UK, 2002
Con Art: Magic/Object Action, Site Gallery, Sheffield, UK, 2002
25 São Paulo Biennial, São Paulo, Brazil, 2002
Flights of Reality, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge and Turnpike Gallery, Manchester, UK, 2002
Brave New World, Galeria OMR, Mexico City, Mexico, 2001
L’effet Larsen – associative networks, OK Centrum fur Gegenwartskunst, Linz, Austria; Casino-Forum d’ Art Contemporain, Luxembourg, Luxembourg, 2001
Open Plan P3 – The Marathon, Alphadelta Gallery – Artio Gallery, Athens, Greece, 2001
Nothing, Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland, UK, 2001
The Fantastic Recurrence of Certain Situations: Recent British Art and Photography, Sala de exposiciones del Canal de Isabel II, Madrid, Spain, 2001
Berlin Biennale, Berlin, Germany, 2001
49 Biennale de Venezia, Venice, Italy, 2001
makeshift, University of Brighton Gallery, Brighton, UK, 2001
Century City: Art and Culture in the Modern Metropolis, Tate Modern, London, UK, 2000
The British Art Show 5, Edinburgh, UK, 2000
Over the Edges, SMAK-Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Gent, Belgium, 2000
Dream Machines, Hayward Gallery, London, UK, 2000
Seeing Time: selection from the Pamela and Richard Kramlich Collection of Media Art, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, USA, 1998
Il Luogo degli angeli, San Michele and Museo Laboratorio, San Angelo, Italy, 1998
Private Face-Urban Space, Gasworks, Athens, Greece, 1997
Guarene Arte 97, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebadengo per l’Arte, Turin, Italy, 1997
Surfing Systems, Kasseler Kunstverein, Kassel, Germany, 1996
Disneyland after Dark, Uppsala Konstmuseum, Uppsala, Sweden, 1995

 

Articles

2013


Beaumont, Grace. “Keith Tyson.” Artforum.com, March 14, 2013.
Coxhead, Gabriel. “Keith Tyson.” Time Out (London), March 27, 2013.
Modica, Suzanne. Stonescape: Revealed. Napa, CA: Stonescape, 2013.Ruf, Beatrix. Panta Rhei: Keith Tyson. London: Pace London, 2013.
Thornley, Laura. “Keith Tyson’s Flowery, Romantic Side: ‘Panta Rhei.'” One Stop Arts, February 8, 2013.
Wright, Karen. “In the Studio: Keith Tyson, Artist.” Independent (London), February 15, 2013.

2011 


Drucks, Achim. “12 Harmonics: Keith Tyson’s Spectacular Work for Winchester House,” Deutsche Bank Artmag, no. 67 (October 2011). http://db-artmag.com/en/67/feature/12-harmonics-keith-tysons-spectacular….

2005

Rachel Withers, Keith Tyson, Artforum, March
Fisun Guner, Keith Tyson: Geno/Pheno Paintings, Modern Painters, February

2004

Marcus Verhagen, Keith Tyson, Art Monthly, December 2004 – January 2005
Peter Chapman, Keith Tyson: Geno/Pheno Paintings, The Independent, 27 November
Nick Hackworth, Double-take on creativity, Evening Standard, 16 November
Serena Davies, Empty games with genetics, Daily Telegraph, 11 November
John Russell Taylor, Read all about it, The Times, 10 November
Tom Lubbock, It’s a game of two halves, The Independent, 9 November
Charles Darwent, X Plus Y equals how to state the blinkin’ obvious, The Independent, 7 November
Fisun Guner, There’s method in the madness, Metro, 4 November
Adrian Searle, Keith Tyson takes his chances, The Guardian, 3 November
Nick Hackworth, A man apart: Keith Tyson, Dazed and Confused, November
Paul Farley, Endings and beginnings, Art Review, November
Louisa Buck, New masters, RA Magazine, Winter
Harry Bellet, L’Art Fait Recette a la Foire Frieze de Londres, Le Monde, 18 October
Art Riddle Competition, Times Online, 18 October
Jack Malvern, A Work of Art it’s OK to be Puzzled by, The Times, 16 October
Peter Aspden, Heady Times for the Biggest Company Art Fair, Financial Times, 15 October
Nick Hackworth, The Fun of the Art Fair, Evening Standard, 15 October
Charlotte Higgins, Frieze in the Frame, Art Scene Booming as Show Draws 150 Exhibitors
from Around World, The Guardian, 15 October
Michael Archer, Primordial Soups, Parkett 71
Ethan Wagner and Keith Tyson, A Conversation, Parkett 71
Hans Rudolph Reust, Fabulous Art, Parkett 71
Niru Ratnam, Iron Keith, Tank, Volume 3 Issue 11, October

2003

Tony Barrell, Rising to the Equation, Sunday Times Magazine, 30 November
Michael Bond, Interview, New Scientist, 20 September
Michael Binyon, Deface of the nation, The Times, 18 April
G2 front cover, Fat and capital as dynamic systems, The Guardian, 9 January

2002

Jorg Heiser, Der denker, Suddeutsche Zeitung, 10 December
G. T., Humor, logisch, Frankfurter Allgemaeine Zeitung, 10 December
Matthias Thibaut, Beim barte des propheten, Der Tagesspiegel, 10 December
Barbara Schurenberg, Die molekule triumphieren uber den bullshit, Die Welt, 10 December Rachel Campbell-Johnston, The shock of the now, The Times, 10 December
Andrew Renton, Turner Prize attention is focused on Keith Tyson’s…, Evening Standard, 10 December
Adrian Searle, Accessible yet incomprehensible, The Guardian, 9 December
Fiachra Gibbons, The wacky boffin of art takes Turner Prize with dotty diagrams, The Guardian, 9 December

Rachel Campbell-Johnston, Artist plugs enthusiasm into decade of irony, The Times, 9 December

David Lister, After all the controversy, Turner Prize goes to artistic thinker, The Independent, 9 December
Luke Leitch, Turner winner attacks minister, Evening Standard, 9 December
Humming obelisk wins Turner Prize, Metro, 9 December
James Orr and Charlotte Gill, The very best of British art: a big black box that hums, The Daily Mail, 9 December
Nigel Reynolds, A custard pie for Serota as Turner Prize winner named, The Daily Telegraph, 9 December
Kate Bush, Best of 2002, Artforum, December
John Walsh, Renaissance Men, The Independent Magazine, 30 November
Sarah Kent, A good Turner, Time Out, 6-13 November
Amber Cowan, Amber Cowan’s choice, The Times, 2-8 November
John McEwen, More than meets the eye, The Sunday Telegraph, 3 November
Laura Cumming, Don’t shoot the medium, The Observer Review, 3 November
Matthias Thibaut, Freier Flug ins Nichts, Der Tagesspiegel, 31 October
Kevin O’ Sullivan, Head-Turner, Daily Mirror, 30 October
Louise Jury, Turner Prize show off the art of controversy (again), The Independent, 30 October
Nigel Reynolds, Turner Prize exhibition makes art a dirty word, The Daily Telegraph, 30 October
Adrian Searle, Badly drawn words, The Guardian, 30 October
Fiachra Gibbons, Air sickness overtakes porn in Turner stakes, The Guardian, 30 October
Rachel Campbell-Johnston, The People’s Prize, The Times, 30 October
Dalya Alberge, Behold the front page: Times is Turner favorite, The Times, 30 October
Rachel Campbell-Johnston, No painting and no genius for £20,000, The Times, 31 October
Dalya Alberge, Turner jury sees art in the most ordinary places, The Times, 31 October
Nigel Reynolds, Fog, chicken and porn: it’s Turner prize time again, The Daily Telegraph, 31 October
Adrian Searle, New blood from a wary generation, The Guardian, 30 October
Emily Bearn, An accident waiting to happen, The Sunday Telegraph Magazine, 20 October
Angelique Chirsafis, No painters among Turner Prize nominees, The Guardian, 31 May
Anthony Thorncroft, Year of the thirtysomethings, Financial Times, 31 May
Georgina Littlejohn, Can you guess what it is yet? It’s Turner time, Metro, 31 May
Michael Glover, The message from the shortlist: painting is dead, but invention is alive, The Independent, 31 May
David Lister, Chicken cast in lead, photographs of toilets and pornography. Yes, it’s Turner Prize time again…, The Independent, 31 May
Brian Sewell, Brian Sewell is impressed, Evening Standard, 30 May
Martin Delgado, Kentucky Fried Turner, Evening Standard, 30 May
Barbara Basting, Eine Poetik des Zufalls, Tages Anzeiger, 24 April
Philipp Meier, Von der Prähistorie zur Apokalypse, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 22 April
Breites Spektrum dreier Gestaltender, Der Zürcher Oberlander, 20 April
Isolde Schaffter – Wieland, Kunst als Denkschau, Schweizer illustrierte, 15 April
Gavin Wade, Genome phenome expander – Keith Tyson, Tank, March Stephanie Douet, Flights of Reality, a-n magazine, March
Mark Beasley, Keith Tyson, Art Monthly, March
Alex Farquharson, Keith Tyson, South London Gallery, Frieze, March
Michael Archer, Keith Tyson, Artforum, March
Rachel Withers, Critic Picks, Artforum online, February-March
Cristina Ruiz, Keith Tyson – Supercollider, The Art Newspaper, February
Sue Hubbard, Contemporary, February
Rachel Campbell Johnston, Five best London shows, The Times, 2-8 February
Richard Cork, Five best London shows, The Times, 26 January-1 February
Charles Darwent, Brush with the universe, Metro Life, 23 January
Waldemar Januszczak, Art, The Sunday Times, 20 January
Marcus Field, Get your theorems out for the lads, The Independent on Sunday, 20 January
Nick Hackworth, Journey into space, Evening Standard, 17 January
Martin Gayford, Where the banal and the bizarre collide, The Daily Telegraph, 16 January
Helen Sumpter, The Alchemist, The Big Issue, 14-20 January
Jessica Lack, The Guide, The Guardian, 12 January
Helen Sumpter, Hot Tickets, Evening Standard, 11 January
Mark Wilsher, Appliance of science, What’s On in London, 9 January

2001

Martin Herbert, Human Mind Mapper, Art Review, December-January
Charles Darwent, Life, the Universe & Everything – a hitchhiker’s guide to Keith Tyson, Modern Painters, Winter
Stella Sevastopoulou, After the British Storm, Athens News, 26 October
Morgan Falconer, Parallel Universes, The Royal Academy Magazine, Autumn
Heinz-Norbert Jocks, Alles, was zum Menschen gehört-Gespräche mit Harald Szeeman, Kunstforum International, August-October
Mark Godfrey, Venice Biennale, Untitled, Summer
Ivanmaria Vele and Nicola Carignani, An enjoyable tour of the Venice Biennale, Boiler Magazine, The Economist, 23 June
Ken Besinger, View in Venice, Buy at Basel, The Wall Street Journal, 15 June
Rachel Withers, A thousand words: Keith Tyson talks about his seven wonders of the world, Artforum, April

2000

Louisa Buck, The next big thing – art, Evening Standard Magazine, 22 December
Sacha Craddock, Art between politics and glamour, Tema Celeste, July- September
Samantha Ellis, Studio Wall Drawings, The Evening Standard, 2 June
Duncan McLaren, Keith Tyson, The Independent on Sunday, 28 May
Martin Herbert, Time Out, 24–31 May
Matthew Collings, Observer Guide to British Art, Time Out, May
Ian Hunt, The British Art Show 5, Art Monthly, May
Judith Palmer, Hubble, bubble, toil and trouble, The Independent on Sunday, 6 April

1999

Michael Archer, Keith Tyson – Kleines Helmhaus, Zürich, Art Monthly, October
Alix Sharkey, Artful rockers, Evening Standard Magazine, 6 August
Louisa Buck, Look out, Damien, Evening Standard Magazine, 18 June
James Hall, Keith Tyson, Artforum, Summer
Sacha Craddock, Decisions, decisions, Untitled, Summer
Production Lines, Esquire, May
Interview by Louisa Buck, The Art Newspaper, April
Simon Grant, Keith Tyson, The Guide, The Guardian, 20-26 March
Andrew Gellatly, It’s a curse, it’s a burden, Frieze, no.45, March-April
Louisa Buck, Our choice of London contemporary galleries, The Art Newspaper, January

1998

Dave Beech, Another Tyson ear bending, Everything 2:3

1997

David Burrows, Low maintenance & high precision, Art Monthly, September
Martin Herbert, Low maintenance and high precision, Time Out, August
Dave Beech, Keith Tyson, Art Monthly, June
Martin Herbert, Keith Tyson, Time Out, 21-28 May
David Barrett, Dissolution, Art Monthly, April
Keith Tyson, ID Magazine, January

1996

Jim McClellan, The art of the implausible, The Guardian, 31 October
Peter Schauer, Britpack’s brilliant bargains, Art Review, Autumn
Nick Haughton, Mute, no. 5
Adrian Searle, Keith Tyson, Time Out, September
Grace Glueck, Keith Tyson, The New York Times, 19 July
Jerry Saltz, Keith Tyson, Time Out New York, July
Olaf Furniss, Weird art, ID, April
Rosanna Negrotti, Pandemonium, What’s On, 27 March
Jonathan Romney, The in crowd, The Guardian, 13 March
Oxygen of publicity, Londoner’s diary, Evening Standard, 7 March
Sarah Kent, Video games, Time Out, March
Sean Dower, Video review (Keith Tyson), Zap Video Magazine, Spring
Emily Tsingou, Night and day, Zingmagazine, Spring
Louisa Buck, Silver scene, Artforum, Spring
Glenn Brown, The Artmachine, Interview with Keith Tyson, Bomb Magazine, Autumn

1995

Adrian Searle, Keith Tyson, Time Out, 12-19 July
Stuart Morgan, The future’s not what it used to be, Frieze, March
Simon Grant, Institute of cultural anxiety, Art Monthly, February
Richard Dorment, Science friction, The Daily Telegraph, 11 January
William Feaver, A strange ghetto of allusions, The Observer Review, 8 January
David Beech, Strange company the Brady Bunch movie and Keith Tyson, Artifice, no.3

1994

Adrian Searle, Keith Tyson, Time Out, September