Rachel Harrison: Museum With Walls, with contributions from Tom Eccles, Iwona Blazwick, Jack Bankowsky, David Joselit, Paul Chan, John Kelsey, Allan McCollum, Lucy Raven, Amy Sillman and Steven Stern, appears following a series of related exhibitions by the artist (Amazon).
Rachel Harrison, “Consider the Lobster and Other Essays,” at Bard last fall, was reviewed by Holland Cotter, R. C. Baker, T. J. Carlin, and Moosje Goosen. “Haycation” was at Portikus last winter (reviewed by Charlotte Lindenberg), while “Conquest of the Useless” was at the Whitechapel in the spring.
In 2007, Harrison showed “Voyage of the Beagle” in Nuremberg and Zurich, and “If I Did It” at Greene Naftali (reviewed by Jerry Saltz). A catalog, If I Did It, from JRP Ringier, was edited by Heike Munder, with contributions from Ellen Seifermann, John Kelsey and Munder (DAP).
Other recent work includes:
- Richard Hawkins, “Enigmarelle: The Statuesque” [PDF], Parkett 82 (2008), pp. 120-124, and in the same issue, writing by Ina Blom, George Baker, and Alison M. Gingeras
- “Rachel Harrison and Nayland Blake,” Bomb 105 (fall 2008)
- Jennifer Allen, “Moving Targets,” Frieze 110 (October 2007)
- Johanna Burton, “Just Past: Rachel Harrison’s Lagerstätten,” Parkett 76 (2006)
- Catherine Wood, “The Stuff: Rachel Harrison’s Sculpture,” Afterall 11 (spring-summer 2005)