Update January 2011: Dorothy Spears on Lozano’s work at the Brooklyn Museum and Hauser & Wirth (New York Times).
This spring at Stockholm’s Moderna Museet: Lee Lozano, organized by Iris Müller-Westermann with Jo Widoff.
The catalog, published by Hatje Cantz, is edited by Müller-Westermann and also includes texts by Jo Applin, Lucy R. Lippard, and Benjamin Meyer-Krahmer.
Among the substantial bibliography of the past decade, see also:
- the artist’s page at Hauser & Wirth
- James Kalm, “Brooklyn Dispatches: Resurrection of a Bad-Ass Girl,” Brooklyn Rail, Part I (November 2008); Part II (March 2009)
- Lee Lozano: Notebooks 1967-1970 (Primary Information, 2009) DAP, Worldcat
- Katy Siegel, “Market Index: Lee Lozano,” Artforum (April 2008)
- Solitaire: Lee Lozano, Sylvia Plimack Mangold, Joan Semmel (Wexner/Yale, 2008) Worldcat
- Lee Lozano: WIN FIRST DON’T LAST WIN LAST DON’T CARE (Eindhoven and Basel, 2006) Worldcat; reviews by Helen Molesworth, Artforum, and Hans-Jürgen Hafner, Kunstforum
- Lee Lozano: Seek the Extremes! (Kunsthalle Wien, 2006) DAP, Worldcat
- Lee Lozano: Drawings (Yale, 2006) Worldcat
- Bruce Hainley, “On ‘E,'” Frieze 102 (October 2006)
- Lee Lozano: Drawn From Life, 1961-1971 (P.S. 1, 2004), reviewed by Nick Stillman, Brooklyn Rail, Jan Avgikos, Artforum, John Perreault, Artopia, Donald Goddard, New York Art World, Joe Fyfe, Artcritical
- Helen Molesworth, “Tune In, Turn On, Drop Out: The Rejection of Lee Lozano,” Art Journal 61:4 (Winter 2002)
- “Making Waves: David Reed on the Legacy of Lee Lozano,” interview with Katy Siegel, Artforum (October 2001)
- Robert Wilonsky, “The Dropout Piece,” Dallas Observer (12/9/99)
- Lee Lozano: MATRIX 135 (Wadsworth Atheneum, 1998) PDF, Worldcat