Lisa Anne Auerbach

b. 1967 in Ann Arbor, Michigan
Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA

MFA in Fine Arts, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA, 1994
BFA in Photography, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY, 1990

"Spells," Gavlak, Los Angeles, CA
"American Megazine #1" The Ski Club, Milwuakee, WI
"The Age of Aquarius," Gavlak, Palm Beach, FL

“Bookshelf,” Alias Books East, Los Angeles, CA 
“Chicken Strikken,” Prick Your Finger, London, UK

“Chicken Strikken” Malmö Konsthall, Malmö, Sweden
“United We Stand,” Hammer Museum AIR: Artist in Residence, Los Angeles, CA

“Torn Porn,” Gavlak Gallery, Palm Beach, FL
“The Tract House: A Darwin Addition,” APS Museum & Philagrafika2010: Out of Print, Philadelphia, PA

“Take This Knitting Machine and Shove It,” Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham, UK

“UMMA Projects: Lisa Anne Auerbach,” University of Michigan Art Museum, Ann Arbor, MI

“Election Sweater Project,” Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO
“If Nothing Changes It Changes Nothing,” Printed Matter, New York, NY

“Auerbachtoberfest,” David Patton Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
“Along the Dixie Highway,” Art Positions/Gavlak at Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami Beach, FL

“Lisa Anne Auerbach,” Gavlak, West Palm Beach, FL
“Right On, Weatherman,” CPK Kunsthal, Copenhagen, Denmark

“Self Titled Debut,” Thomas Solomon’s Garage, Los Angeles, CA

“Heaven Tonight,” Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA (MFA Thesis Show)

“Landscapes,” University of Rochester Gallery, Rochester, NY

"Afghan Carpet Projects," Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA
"Naughty by Nature," Two person show with Liz Craft, Hacienda, Zurich, Switzerland
Inaugural Exhibition, Gavlak, Los Angeles, CA
"Another Cats Show," 356 Mission, Los Angeles, CA
"Square(s)," Francois Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
"Abstract America Today," The Saatchi Gallery, London, UK
Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC
"Who Shall Deliver Us From the Greeks and Romans?" Galeri Mana, Istanbul, Turkey
"Out of Sigh Out of Mind," Machine Project Space for Projects, Los Angeles, CA

Stickat. Från mössor, tummar och hälar till fred, konst och politik. (Knitwear. From hats, thumbs and heels to peace, art and politics) Lilla Björka, Berg, Sweden
“C.O.L.A. Fellowship Award Show.” Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
"The Cat Show." White Columns, New York, NY
“Whole, In Part. Artists' Publications from the MACBA Collections.” Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León,
      León, Spain
“My Echo My Shadow.” Gavlak Gallery, Palm Beach, FL

“Plane Text.” (airplanes flying text banners above the ocean) Miami Beach, FL
“Funny.” FLAG Art Foundation, NYC
“Girl Talk: Women and Text,” CAM Raleigh, Raleigh, NC
“Erogenous Zones,” Silverman Gallery, San Francisco, CA
“Book on the Fritz,” Göteborgs Konsthall, Gothenburg, Sweden
“Candor: In Honor of Mike Kelley,” Long Beach City College Art Gallery, Long Beach, CA

“Word Is...” Luckman Gallery, CalState LA, Los Angeles, CA
“Trespass|Parade,” West of Rome, Los Angeles, CA
“Doublespeak,” Salt Lake Art Center, Salt Lake City, UT
“The Optimist’s Parking Lot,” Beacon Arts, Inglewood, CA
“Getting Upper,” Pasadena Museum of California Art, Pasadena, CA
“Geared,” Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Sun Valley, ID
“Designated Drivers,” The Block Museum, Evanston, IL

“Five Year Anniversary Show,” Gavlak Gallery, Palm Beach, FL
“inSCRIPTion: Text-Image-Action,” Cerritos College Art Gallery, Norwalk, CA
"Art and Social Justice," Union Theological Seminary, NYC
“Ordinary Miracles,” SlaughterhouseSpace, Healdsburg, CA
“Re:Cycle — Bike Culture in Southern California,” Sweeney Art Gallery, University of California
“New Language,” Ogilvy & Mather, The Chocolate Space, NYC
“Wrap Your Head Around This,” Drake Hotel, Toronto, Canada
“Think Pink,” Gavlak Gallery, Palm Beach, FL
“Substitute Teacher,” Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, GA

“Nine Lives,” Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA
“Prescriptions,” Acme Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
“The Tract House,” Threewalls, Chicago, IL
“Craftwerk 2.0,” Jönköpings County Museum, Jönköping, Sweden

“The Station,” Art Basel, Miami, FL
“Hello Liberty,” The Dalton Gallery, Agnes Scott College, Decatur, GA
“Cottage Industry,” Baltimore Contemporary Museum, Baltimore, MD
“The Way That We Rhyme,” Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA
“Fare una Scenata / Making a Scene,” Fondazione Morra Greco, Naples, Italy
“2018: Fate, Fortune, Coming Times,” Less Than Three Gallery, Long Island City, NY
“Gestures of Resistance: Craft, Performance, and the Politics of Slowness,” Gray Matters, Dallas, TX
“Vested Interest,” Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI
“Make You Notice,” San Francisco Art Commission Gallery, San Francicso, CA
“Here, There, and Everywhere,” Bike Oven, Los Angeles, CA

“Read Me,” Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, CA
“Words Fail Me,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Detroit, MI
“High Desert Test Sites 07,” Joshua Tree, CA
“Common Threads,” Confederation Centre for the Arts, Prince Edward Island, Canada
“Pass It On: Connecting Contemporary Do-It-Yourself Culture,” A & D Gallery,
      Columbia College, Chicago, IL

“Open Walls 2,” White Columns, NYC
“Street Signs and Solar Ovens: Socialcraft in Los Angeles,” Craft and Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles, CA
“Fair Exchange,” LA County Fair, Pomona, CA
“Locale,” curated by Kris Kuramitsu, Margo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
“Miss America,” (with Aleksandra Mir), Rental Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
“Flaming June,” Spanierman Modern, NYC
“Interstate,” Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, Queens, NY
“High Desert Test Sites 05,” Joshua Tree, CA
“The Workmanship of Risk,” St. Lawrence University Art Gallery, Canton, NY

“Opening Group Show,” Gavlak Projects, West Palm Beach, FL
“IHC Hiking Club,” as part of Frieze Projects with Andrea Zittel, London, UK
“Political Textile Show/Knitknit Release,” ThreeWalls, Chicago, IL
“Post-Postcard,” Outpost for Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

“Publish and Be Damned,” Cubitt, London, UK
“High Desert Test Sites 03,” Joshua Tree, CA
“Groundhog Day,” Pestorius Sweeney House, Brisbane, Australia
“KnitKnit,” Three Walls, Chicago, IL
Knitknit at Sundown Salon, Los Angeles, CA

“High Desert Test Sites 02,” Joshua Tree, CA
“Sandwich Board,” (with Daniel Marlos), curated by Jacob Fabricius, Los Angeles, CA

“High Desert Test Sites 01,” Joshua Tree, CA

“Kamikaze,” Marstall, Berlin, Germany

“Ten Los Angeles Artists,” Stephen Wirtz Gallery, San Francisco, CA
“Her Eyes are A Blue Million Miles (Version),” Three Day Weekend, London, UK
“The Eagle Rock Show,” Eagle Rock Community Cultural Center, Eagle Rock, CA

“Wunderbar,” Hamburg Kunstverien, Hamburg, Germany
“246,” Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany
“Skin Deep,” Thomas Soloman’s Garage, Los Angeles, CA
“246,” Mark Foxx Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
“Los Angeles Visits P-House in Tokyo,” Three Day Weekend, Tokyo, Japan
“Chance,” Art Center, Pasadena, CA

“P.L.A.N.: Photography Los Angeles Now,” Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA
“Smells Like Vinyl,” Roger Meriens, NYC

“Thanks,” Three Day Weekend, Los Angeles, CA
“Dave’s Not Here,” Three Day Weekend, Los Angeles, CA
“Group Show,” Food House, Santa Monica, CA
“Utter Realities,” Cerritos College Art Gallery, curated by Randy Sommer, Cerritos, CA
“Red Rover, Red Rover,” Three Day Weekend, Los Angeles, CA
“Gorgeous Politics: 8th Annuale,” LACE, curated by Dave Hickey, Los Angeles, CA. Traveled to Temporary Contemporary Gallery, Las Vegas, NV
“Grammerians,” Guggenheim Gallery of Chapman University, Orange, CA

The Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, CA
The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA
LACMA, Los Angeles, CA
Printed Matter, NYC
University of Michigan Museum of Art, Ann Arbor, MI

American Megazine. Self-published 2013
The Basket. Self-published (7 Issues) 2012-13
Bookshelf. Self-published. 2012
Venice’s Beach Biannual 2012 (with Robby Herbst and Kimberly Varella).
Los Angeles: Hammer Museum. 2012
Charted Patterns for Sweaters That Talk Back, New York: Printed Matter. 2008
Unicycle Shop, Paris: Onestar Press. 2007
Road Bike Road Notes (Socrates Sculpture Park, Interstate), Self-published. 2006
Everyday Hiking (with the Interlopers HC), Self-published. 2005
American Stuccolow (with Louis Marchesano), Self-published. 2005
Last Week in The Project Space, Self-published. 2005
Saddlesore, Self-published. 2004
High Desert Test Sites Publication 1, 2, 3, 5, Self-published. 2003
American Homebody, Self-published. 1998
The Casual Observer (with Daniel Marlos), Self-published. 1996
Snowflake (with Benjamin Weissman), Los Angeles: Track 16 Gallery. 1996
Red Rover (with Jory Felice), Self-published. 1994
Dave’s Not Here (with Jory Felice, Dave Hughes), Self-published. 1994


“BDSM, Craft, & Politics: An interview with Lisa Anne Auerbach.” Ooga Booga Store, March, 2015.
Beato, Greg. "So, Print is Dying? Don't Tell the Megazine." The New York Times. N.p., 17 Mar. 2015. Web. 2015.
Tumlir, Jan. "Review: Lisa Anne Auerbach." Artforum. N.p., Jan. Web. 2015.§ion=los-angeles.
Keefe, Alexander. “Critics’ Picks: Lisa Anne Auerbach.” ArtForum, September, 2014.
Miranda, Carolina. “Message in a sweater: Lisa Anne Auerbach on cats, knitting and zines.” Los Angeles Times, September 9, 2014.
Frank, Priscilla. “The Space Where Zines and Knit Sweaters Overlap.” Huffington Post, September 2, 2014.
Melrod, George. “artist profile: lisa anne auerbach.” Art Ltd., September 2014. Pp. 84-85. 
Luke, Ben. “Abstract America Today, Saatchi Gallery exhibition review.” London Evening Standard, May 28, 2014.
Morris, Bill. "The Writing on the Wall (Redux): The 2014 Whitney Biennial, Starring David Foster Wallace.” The Millions. March 13, 2013. 
Hoffman, Barbara. “Latest Whitney Biennial Will Blow Your Mind.” New York Post, March 7, 2014.
Defore, John. “Whitney 2014 Biennial: Five Hot Artists to Watch.” March 7, 2014.
Sjostrom, Jan. “Art Exhibit a Creative Reunion.” Palm Beach Daily News (The Shiny Sheet). February 28, 2014. p. 1. 
Chrisman-Campbell, Kimberly. “Lisa Anne Auerbach: Making them Sweat.” Ornament, Volume 36, Number 5, 2013. Pp. 48-53. (Cover Story)
Monachesi, Juliana. “Costuras Contemporaneas.” Harper’s Bazaar Brazil. February, 2013. Pp. 148-151.
Von Borries, Friedrich. “Mach Es Nicht Selbst” (Make it Uneven). Monopol. February, 2013. P. 21.
Diedrichs, Maria. “Med Maskorna Som Vapen” (With Stitches as Weapons). Hemslöjd, Number 1, 
       2013. pp. 33-37.
Berardini, Andrew. “Chicken Strikken (book review).” The Art Book Review, January 28, 2013.
Berardini, Andrew. “Take This Personally: Lisa Anne Auerbach. “ Art Slant, November 28, 2012.
Themsen, Maria Kjaer. “Ti spørgsmål: Lisa Anne Auerbach.“ Kunstkritikk, November 9, 2012.
Frank, Priscilla. “Lisa Anne Auerbach's Politically Charged Knitted Sweaters Rock Our World.” Huffington Post, November 6, 2012
Wright, Chris. “Pies Christmas Gift Idea 2012: #1 The Zlatan Sweater.” Who Ate All the Pies Soccer website, November 27, 2012.
Galperina, Marina. “Lisa Anne Auerbach’s Awesome, Arty Feminist Sweaters.” Flavorwire, October 17, 2012.
Richter, David. “Likheter mellan fotografin och stickningen. (Similarities between photography and knitting” (radio interview-Sveriges Radio is like Swedish NPR)
Söderholm, Carolina. “Laddade tröjor matchar rummet Konst (Charged Shirts Match Room Art” Sydsvenskan, November 14, 2012, p B4.
Hodge, Brooke, “Seeing Things | Studio Visit: Lisa Anne Auerbach.” New York Times Design Blog (June 23, 2011). Online:
Hodge, Brooke, “Seeing Things: Getting Upper.” New York Times Design Blog (May 12, 2011). Online:
Jortveit, Anne Karin. “Handmade Actions.” Norwegian Crafts (March 11, 2011). Online:
Finkel, Jori, “The art of a cold one: Tom Marioni brings beer drinking to the gallery.” Los Angeles Times (September 4, 2010): Section D, Page 1.
Green, Penelope. “Is it Art or Their Shoes?” The New York Times (December 10, 2009), Section D, Page 1.
Vogel, Carol. “Wish You Were Here.” The New York Times (March 19, 2009): Section F, Page 1.
Recker, Keith. “Shout it Out.” Hand/Eye Magazine (2009): 2.
Patterson, Mark. “Some Purls in a Show of Knit Wit.” Nottingham Evening Post (October 9, 2009).
Matthews, Riah. “Artist Inspired By Robin Hood For Exhibition.” Nottingham Evening Post, (October 3, 2009).
Goldwyn, Liz. “Lisa Anne Auerbach.” Hanatsubaki (August, 2009): 27.
Wiley, Chris. “The Office.” Abitare (June, 2009): 165-167.
Maloney, Patricia. “500 Words.” (September 30, 2009).
Rizzotti, Alessandra. “Heeb 100.” Heeb Magazine (October, 2009).
Graubart, Hadara. “Sweater Girl.” Tablet Magazine Online (July 23, 2009).
Stryker, Mark. “Artists and Their Art: Lisa Anne Auerbach.” Detroit Free Press (July 5, 2009).
Ward, Alie. “Bike Night at the Hammer Museum.” Los Angeles Times. Online:,0,1062454.story
Byron, Jacquie. “Knit... With Grit: Politics and the Knitting Needle.” Get Creative, Australia (May 2009). Pp 12- 17.
Zohn, Patricia. “Culture Zohn: Lisa Anne Auerbach and Jenny Holtzer: Art Meets Politics Over Words.” Huffington Post (March 13, 2009) Online:
Cave, Damien. “Laugh at a Campaign Pitch? Sure. Visit the Grandparents? Not so Much.” The New York Times (October 14, 2008): Section A, Page 12.
Kongsbak, Kirja. “Strik Kan Gøre en Forskel.” GavStrik (Winter, 2008): 4-5.
Fuller, Daniel. “Comics of Salvation.” Art On Paper (November/December, 2008): 14-16.
Solberg, Tone. “Politikk og strikk.” Aftenposten (November 28, 2008): 40-44.
Gersten, Lana. “Political Stitch: Knitting for Obama.” The Forward (October 16, 2008): 2.
Williamson, Damien. “AAM Hosts a Different Kind of Voting Drive.” Aspen Daily News (October 9, 2008): 6.
Oksenhorn, Stewart. “Poli-Knits: Lisa Auerbach fashions a message in sweaters.” Aspen Times (October 4, 2008): 27-28.
Morris, Barbara. “Make You Notice' at SFAC Gallery” (review). Artweek v. 39 no. 5. (June 2008): 12-13
Plimack, Alex. “Artists Taking Care of Business.” Baltimore Sun (May 31, 2008).
Cervasio, Stella. “Accademia Belle Arti in scena la ‘disturbata.’” La Republica (May 21, 2008).
Pepe, Anita. “Va in scena la realta quoidiana.” Roma (May 21, 2008).
De Stefano, Stefano. “Anche la scenata finisce in mostra.” Corriere Della Sera (May 21, 2008): 21.
Dawson, Jessica. “Emphasizing Inc. as an Artistic Medium;
Baltimore's Creative Stock Is Mostly on the Rise in 'Cottage Industry.’” Washington Post (July 13, 2008): MO4.
Berardini, Andrew. “Lisa Anne Auerbach: Auerbachtoberfest.” Art Review (January, 2008).
Cotter, Holland. “Go Ahead, Expect Surprises.” New York Times (August 9, 2007).
Leaver, Jon. “The L.A. County Fair: Paradise Lost, Lost, or Nostalgia Ain’t What it Used to Be.” X-TRA (Spring 2007).
Polgreen, Erin. “Art Space: Body Count Mittens Project.” In These Times (April, 2007): 41.
Warren, Ellen. “Making Trouble.” Chicago Tribune Magazine (April 1, 2007): 15.
Witchel, Leigh. “Extreme Knitting.” Knit.1 Magazine (Spring, 2007).
Percival, Lindy. “Make it Yourself: The Critical Guide.” The Age, Australia (December 22, 2007): A2, Page 5.
Schwendener, Martha. “Flair and Flash, Not Frumpiness.” The New York Times (January 27, 2007): Section B, Page 9.
Harvey, Doug. “StreetSignism.” LA Weekly (November 17-29): 2006.
Epstein, Rebecca. “For Your Social Consideration.” Citybeat (December 7-13, 2006).
Neil, Jonathan T.D. “Interstate: The American Road Trip.” Art Review (August 2006).
“Palm D’Or.” Elle (August, 2006).
Pagel, David. “A passionate red-state manifesto.” Los Angeles Times (July 7, 2006).
Karni, Annie. “Road Rage: Reinterpreting ‘The American Road Trip’ at Socrates Sculpture Park.” (June 1, 2006). Online:
Holte, Michael Ned. “Preview: From California To the New York Island.” Artforum (Summer, 2006).
Summers, Marya. “Art Review.” New Times West Palm Beach (April 20, 2006).
Gschwandtner, Sabrina. “USA Knitting Today.” Rowan Magazine (Spring/Summer 2006).
Bollen, Christopher. “Modern Art’s Three Hot Trends.” Domino (March, 2006).
Mangan, Lucy. “Frieze: A walk on the wild side: Lucy Mangan joins the Interlopers, a bizarre artists’ hikng club, as they amble
     (in fancy dress) along the corridors of the art fair.” The Guardian (October 21, 2005): Page 11.
Finkel, Jori, “Making the Desert Bloom Out West. Way Out West.” The New York Times (September 25, 2005): Section 2, page 36.
Dambrot: Shana. “Lisa Anne Auerbach: Fear No Sweater.” FiberArts Magazine (Jan/Feb 2006).
Armstrong, Liz. “The Crafty Protester.” Chicago Reader (October 22, 2004).
Timberg, Scott. “Shimmers in the Desert.” LA Times (May 25, 2003).
Lott, Jeremy. “Is the Pope cool? Divinely, and in more ways that one. National Post, Canada (July 20, 2002): Page B1.
Bonetti, David. “Gallery Watch.” San Francisco Examiner (February 28, 1997).
Berman, Tosh. “News: The Casual Observer.” Art Commotion (July 22, 1996).
“Cheese instead of Asceticism,” Der Spiegel (May, 1996).
Green, David A. “Photography Los Angeles? Not Now.” LA Reader (September 8, 1995).
Greene, David A. “Blurred Visions.” LA Reader (October 28, 1994).
Frank, Peter. “Two Exhibitions Differ Dramatically but Share Comparable Energy Levels.” Orange County Register (January 6, 1994).
Morgan, Charles. “Gorgeous Politics.” Las Vegas Weekly (December 21, 1994).
Curtis, Cathy. “Freeing Words From Their Life Sentence.” LA Times (February 22, 1994).
Bibliography- Solo Exhibition Catalogues
Sundbø, Annemor, Lisa Anne Auerbach and Jacob Fabricus. Chicken Strikken (exhibition Catalog).
     Malmö, Sweden: Malmö Konsthall, 2012
Bryan-Wilson, Julia and Jacob Proctor, Lisa Anne Auerbach (exhibition catalogue).
      Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Museum of Art, 2010.

Ilfeld, Etan Jonathan. Beyond Contemporary Art. Vivays Publishing, 2012. Pp. 26-27.
Bright: Typography between Illustration & Art, DAAB Media, 2012
Sakamoto, Carla. For Which It Stands: Americana in Contemporary Art. New York: Farameh, 2012.
Buszek, Maria Elena, ed. Extra/Ordinary: Craft and Contemporary Art. Duke University Press Books, 2011.
Hemmings, Jessica, ed. The Textile Reader. London: Berg Publications, 2012.
Temporary Services. Designated Drivers (exhibition catalogue). Chicago: Temporary Services, 2011
Philagrafika. The Graphic Unconscious (exhibition catalogue). Philadelphia: Philagrafika, 2011.
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“American Pictures,” Art Book Review, August 27, 2012
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“Blizzard of ’79.” Mammut (Fall 2010). 18-19.
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Hand Eye Magazine

Shout It Out

New York Times
Seeing Things, Studio Visit
Nottingham Post

Inspired by Robin Hood

Art Forum
Nottingham Contemporary Window Installation
LA Times
Bike Night at the Hammer Museum