Fiona Tan


New York


Download PDF (107 K)

BIOGRAPHY

1966 born in Pekan Baru, Indonesia
lives and works in Amsterdam

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2019
• Samstag Museum, Adelaide. Fiona Tan (15 September – November)
• Le Grand Hornu, Belgium. Fiona Tan (14 April – 1 September)

2017
• IMA, Brisbane. Nellie. (1 April – 29 April)
• Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv. Geography of Time. (17 February – 24 June)
• De Pont Museum, Tilburg. Ascent. (11 February – 11 June)

2016
• Mudam, Luxembourg. Geography of Time. (20 February – 28 August)
• Izu Photo Museum, Shizuoka-ken. Ascent. (18 July – 18 October)
• Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt. Geography of Time. (16 September 2016 – 15 January 2017)
• Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao. Disorient. (22 December 2016 – 19 March 2017)

2015
• Frith Street Gallery Golden Square & Soho Square, London. Ghost Dwellings. (1 May – 31 July)
• Frith Street Gallery Golden Square & Soho Square, London. Inventory. (1 May – 26 June)
• Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead. Depot. (10 July – 1 November)
• Nasjonalmuseet, Oslo. Geography of Time. (25 September 2015 – 31 January 2016)

2014
• Rabo Kunstzone, Utrecht. Options & Futures. (8 April – 19 September)
• Wako Works of Art, Tokyo. Nellie. (30 May – 28 June)
• Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia. Inventory. (14 December 2013 – 11 May 2014)
• Metropolitan Museum for Photography, Tokyo / National Museum of Art, Osaka. Terminology. (20 July – 23 September)

2013
• MAXXI, Rome. Inventory. (27 March – 8 September)
• 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa. Ellipsis. (3 August – 10 November)
• Benesse Art Site, Inujima. Cloud Island I, Project for the Venice Architecture Biennale 2010.
• Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Siegen / Koldo Mitxelena, San Sebastian. Point of Departure. (6 July – 27 October)

2012
• Glasgow Gallery of Modern Art. Disorient. (7 June 2012 – 24 February 2013)
• The Photographers Gallery, London. Vox Populi London. (15 – 30 September)
• Centro Andaluz de Arte Contempraeneo, Sevilla. Point of Departure. (22 March - 22 July 2012)

2011
• Wako Works of Art, Tokyo, ‘Rise and Fall’ and New Works, (10 September - 15 October)
• Galerie de L’UQUAM. Rise and Fall. (25 February- 2 April)
• Sackler Gallery, Washington D.C., Catalogue with texts Okwui Enwezor, Bruce Grenville, Michael Newman, Irit Rogoff, Madeline Schuppli, (23 September - 16 January 2011)
• Centre Culturel Suisse, Paris, Vox Populi, Switzerland (17 June - 17 July)

2010
• Freer Sackler: The Smithsonian’s Museum of Asian Art. Fiona Tan: Rise and Fall. (25 September - 16 January)
• 29th Bienal de São Paulo. Participating Artist. (25 September - 12 December)
• Frith Street Gallery. Fiona Tan: Cloud Island and other new works. (17 September – 29 October)
• Vlaams Bouwmeester, Brussels, A Fools Paradise (2 - 17 July)
• Peter Freeman Inc., New York, Fiona Tan Provenance and other works (13 May - 10 July)
• The Vancouver Art Gallery, Canada. Fiona Tan: Rise and Fall (8 May - 6 September). Exhibition traveled; Montreal Galerie de l’Université du Québec à Montréal (2011)
• Museum voor Moderne Kunst, Arnhem, Disorient and other works (27 March - 20 June)
• SCAF Foundation, Sydney, Fiona Tan (19 March - 12 June)
• Aargauer Kunsthaus, Aarau, Switzerland, Fiona Tan: Rise and Fall (30 January - 18 April)

2008
• Map Birger Jarlsgatan, Stockholm, Island
• Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, Fiona Tan: Countenance (20 September - 11 February 2009)
• Chapelle du Genêteil Centre d’Art Contemporain- Le Carré Scène Château-Gontier, Fiona Tan
• Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, Provenance (27 August - 10 October)

2007
• Lunds Konsthalle, Sweden, Time and Again (24 November - 27 January 2008)
• Firth Street Gallery, London, A Lapse of Memory (10 - 30 October)
• Royal Institute of British Architects, London, A Lapse of Memory (12 - 13 October)
• Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich, 80 Days (21 September - 6 January)
• Wako Works of Art, Tokyo, News from the Near Future (4 April - 10 May)

2006
• Firth Street Gallery, London, Short Voyages (14 September - 27 October)
• Brandts Klaedefabrik, Odense, Denmark, Mirrormaker (25 February - 21 May). Exhibition travelled: Landesgalerie, Linz; Kunstmuseum, Bergen, Norway; Pori, Finland.
• Art Gallery of York University, Toronto, Fiona Tan (26 January - 26 March)

2005
• Musee d’Arte Contemporain, Montreal, Canada Saint Sebastian (12 May - 5 September)
• Modern Art Oxford, Oxford, England, Countenance (and other works) (April - 29 May)
• Baltic Art Center, Visby, Sweden, Fiona Tan (21 May - 4 September)
• Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne, Saint Sebastian (8 - 22 October)

2004
• Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York; Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, Correction (26 June - 16 October)
• IASPIS Gallery, Stockholm, Fiona Tan (15 April - 16 May)
• Wako Works of Art, Tokyo, Fiona Tan (22 January - 21 February)

2003
• Firth Street Gallery, London, New and Recent Works (30 January - 15 March)

2002
• Villa Arson Nice, Centre National d’Arte Contemporain, Nice, Fiona Tan- akte 1 (19 December - 15 February). Exhibition travelled: De Pont Foundation for Contemporary Art, Tilburg; Akademie der Kuensten, Berlin)

2001
• Galerie Michel Rein, Paris, Recent Works (24 March - 12 May)
• Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, Connecticut, Matrix 144 (19 May- 2 September)
• Wako Works of Art, Tokyo, Film and Video Works (01 September - 13 October)
• Galerie der Hochschule fur Gestaltung und Kunst, Lucerne, Switzerland May You Live in Interesting Times
• Galerie Elisabeth Kaufmann, Zurich, Rain

2000
• Kunstverein Hamburg, Scenario
• Galleria Massimo de Carlo, Milan, Linnaeus’ Flower Clock
• Aussendienst, Hamburg, Carwreck Cinema
• Galerie Paul Andriesse, Amsterdam, Lift

1999
• De Pont Foundation for Contemporary Art, Tilburg, Roll I & II
• De Begane Grond, Utrecht, Elsewhere is a Negative Mirror (11 April - 9 May)
• Galerie Paul Andriesse, Amsterdam, Cradle
• De Balie, Amsterdam, Smoke Screen

1998
• Stedelijk Museum Het Domein, Sittard, the Netherlands, Linneaus’ Flower Clock (27 February - 21 March)

1997-1996
• Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunst, Amsterdam, Open Studio

1995
• Montevideo/Time Based Arts, Amsterdam, Inside Out


SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2019
• Historisches Museum, Frankfurt. Black Holes (6 March – 14 July)

2018
• Hôtel Salomon de Rothschild, Paris. Fukami, plongée dans l’esthétique japonaise (15 July – 18 August)
• Kunsthustorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria. The Shape of Time. (5 March – 8 July)
• Nanaimo Art Gallery, Nanaimo, Canada. Landfall and Departure: Epilogue. (12 January – 10 March)

2017
• Whitechapel Gallery, London. ISelf collection displays (27 August – 27 November)
• Calouste Gulbenkian Museum, Lisbon. Sculpture on Screen: The Very Impress of the Object.
(14 July – 2 October)
• Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France. Dioramas (14 June – 10 September)
• Caen Museum of Fine Arts, Normandy, France. L’attention au reel. (19 May – 10 September)
• Belvedere, Vienna, Austria. Ageing Pride. (16 November- 11 March 2018)
• Pafos, Cyprus. Weaving Europe. (17 November- 31 December)

2012
• Espace Culturelle Louis Vuitton, Paris, Autobiography, (23 March - 20 July)
• National Museum, Oslo, Unfinished Journey, (16 March - 20 May)

2011
• De La War Pavilion, Bexhil on Sea, Moving Portrait, (January 22 - March 31)
• Galerie im Taxispalis, Innsbruck, Anonymous Sculptures, (February 26 - April 30)
• Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Temporary Stedlijk 2, (March 3 - May 5)
• Museum Kunst der Westkuste, Fohr, Ten Women Who Use Film
• MmoMA, Moscow, Expanded Cinema (13 June - 3 July)

2010
• Venice Architecture Biennale 2010, Cloud Island 1, Project for the Venice Architecture Biennale,
(August 29 - November 21)
• 29a Bienal de Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, (September 25 - November 12)
• ZKM, Karlsrhue, Fast Forward 2. The Power of Motion, (June 18 - October 3)
• Centro de Artes Visuales Fundacion Helga de Alvear, Caceres, Margins of Silence, (June 6 - January 15)
• Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art, Glasgow (16 April- 03 May)
• Argauer Kunsthaus, Aarau Yesterday will be better (13 May- 01 August)
• Museum Haus Esters, Krefeld, Anonymous Sculptures, (October 10 - February 6)
• Australian Center for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, Mortality, (October 8 - November 28)
• Aargauer Kunsthaus, Switzerland, curated by Madeline Schuppli, Yesterday will be Better,
(21 August - 7 November)
• Domaine de la Garenne Lemot, Getigne, Jeux de roles, (July 9 - October 31)
• Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg, Germany, Undeniably me. 1309 Faces / Ich, zweifellos. 1309 Gesichter
(21 November - 28 March)
• Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, Artists Rooms, (March 27 - September 27)
• Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo, Yebisu International Festival of Art & Alternative Visions \
(19 -28 February)
• Glasgow, Glasgow International Festival for Visual Art, (April 16 - September 27)
• Tensta Konsthall, Sweden, Rethink Kakotopia (20 February - 10 April)

2009
• National gallery of Cape Town, Cape Town; Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Rio de Janeiro; Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin, Os Tropicos/ The Tropics
• Freer & Sackler Gallery, Washington, DC, Saint Sebastian, (14 March - 5 July)
• National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka, Self and Other: Portraits from Asia and Europe. Exhibition travelled: National Museum of Art, Osaka; Asian Art Museum, Fukuoka; The Museum of Modern Art, Hayama; Prefectural Museum of Cultural history, Kanagawa,
• 53rd Venice Biennale, representing the Netherlands

2008
• Galerie Nelson-Freeman, Paris, Breeze, curated by Marja Bloem (20 September - 21 October)
• Van Abbemuseum, Eidenhoven, Be(com)ing Dutch (15 January - 29 March)
• New Orleans, Prospect 1 Biennale (03 - 18 November)
• Hiroshima Museum of Modern Art, Hiroshima, Dome
• Inelcom Collection, Madrid, Inaugural exhibition
• Museìon, Bolzano, Peripheral Vision and Collective Body (24 May - 21 September)
• Wako Works of Art, Tokyo, 15 Years/ Part III (26 January - 26 February)
• Cinema du Reels 30th Anniversary, Centre Pompidou, Paris, Facing Forward.
• Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin, Greenwashing (28 February - 18 May)
• KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, Imprisioned (28 September - 16 November)

2007
• Rotunde, Luxembourg, Global Multitude
• Casino Luxembourg, L’oeil ecranou la nouvelle image (24 March - 17 June). Exhibition travelled: National Museum of Contemporary Art of Bucharest, Romania
• Museum Prinsenhof, Delft, Contour (4 March- 13 May)
• Geneva, Biennale of Moving Images (12 October - 16 December)
• Reina Sofia Museum, Madrid, Cine y Casi Cine 2007 (5 November - 3 December)
• BAC (Bâtiment d’art contemporain), Geneva, Culture hors-sol (12 October - 16 December)
• The Photographers’ Gallery, London, Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 07 (9 February - 9 April). Exhibition travelled: C/O Gallery, Berlin; Neue Börse, Frankfurt.
• Mücsarnok, Budapest, Vetítés, The Projection Project (23 June - 26 August)
• Galerie nationale du Jeu de Paume, Paris, Les Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid
• Palazzo delle Papesse Centro Arte Contemporanea, Sienna, The Shadow. Exhibition travelled: Museo d’Arte Provincia di Nuoro; Compton Verney, Warwickshire.

2006
• Brighton, Brighton Photography Biennale (6 - 29 October)
• Center for Contemporary Art, Warsaw, Touch My Shadows, New Media Works from the Goetz Collection
(1 December - 28 February)
• Sydney, 15th Biennale of Sydney, Zones of contact (8 June - 27 August)
• Museum fur Gegenwartskunst, Basel, Work Groups and Installations
• Singapore Art Museum, Singapore, Home Productions

2005
• Australian Center for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, Melbourne Festival (08 – 22 October)
• Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Castilla y Leon, Leon, Spain, Sujeto (10 September- 06 December)
• Art Basel, Basel, Art Unlimited (14 - 20 June)
• Kunsthallen Brandts Klaedefabrik, Odense, Denmark; Kunsthalle Kiel,Germany; Landesgalerie, Linz, Shadow Play
• Gem- Museum voor Actuele Kunst, The Hague, HXBXD Rabobank Kunstcollectie
• Nederlands Fotomuseum, Rotterdam, Screen Tests
• Galleria Raffaella Cortese, Milan, Ocean 1212-W
• International Forum, Tokyo, Art Today Japan, the 8th Nippon international contemporary Art Festival
• Video from the Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation, Miami, Indeterminate States
• 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Japan, Recent Acquisitions
• Institut Francais, Casablanca, Oeuvre politique et politique de l’oeuvre
• Musee Dar Si Said, Marrakech, Respect! Forms of community/ Formes de cohabitation
• Comunidad de Madrid, Madrid, Videocreación contemporánea

2004
• Tate Modern, London, Time Zones, Recent film and video (06 October - 02 January 2005)
• Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, +Witness (12 March - 16 May)
• National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens, Synopsis III (10 December 2003- 14 March 2004)
• National Museum and Gallery of Wales, Cardiff, Artes Mundi, Wales International Visual Art Prize
(11 March - 06 June)

2003
• Istanbul, Istanbul Biennale (20 September- 16 November)
• International Center of Photography, New York, Strangers: The First ICP Triennial of Photography and Video
(13 September - 30 December)
• Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, Home and Away (23 October- 25 January 2004)
• Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Link (04 October - 31 December)
• Le Quartier, Centre d’Art Contemporaine de Quimper, France, Appel à témoins
• Bard College, New York, Split
• Nils Staerk Contemporary Art, Copenhagen, ID
• Martin gropius Bau, Berlin, Warum!
• Victoria Miro Gallery, London, Rijksakademie
• International Film Festival, Rotterdam, Kingdom of Shadows
• Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, Shine, Wensdroom en toekomstvisioen in de hedendaagse kunst
• Mechelen, Belgium, Contour
• Erasmus House, Jakarta, About Land, Sea and Faces

2002
• Kassel, Germany, Documenta 11 (8 June - 15 November)
• MIT List Arts Center, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Telepathic Journeys
• Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, Selfexposure
• Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, the Netherlands, On the Waterfront

2001
• Venice, Venice Biennale (main exhibition, “Platea dell’Umanità”)
• International Triennial of Contemporary Art, Yokohama, Yokohama 2001
• Berlin, 2nd Berlin Biennale (20 April - 20 June)
• Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Mobile Walls- Recent Acquisitions
• Villa Arson, Nice, Endtroducing
• Städtisches Museum Abteiberg, Mönchengladbach, Germany, Futurland. Exhibition travelled: Bommel van Dam, Venlo, the Netherlands
• Institut d’Art Contemporain, Lyon, Sculpture Contemporaine
• Art Basel, Basel, Art Unlimited (12-17 June)
• Castello di Rivoli, Turin, Nuove Scene dall’Olanda

2000
• Shanghai Biennale, Shanghai Art Museum, Shanghai Spirit
• Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, Cinema Without Walls
• Centre d’Art Contemporain, Fribourg, Etat des lieux #2
• Institute d’Art Contemporain, Villeurbanne, France, Et l’art se met au monde
• Palazzo delle Pappesse, Pisa, Finsternis/Finsterre
• Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, Still/Moving
• Landesmuseum Johanneum, Graz, Steirisc[:her:]bst- Hers, Video as a Female Terrain
• International Documentary Filmfestival, Amsterdam, Kingdom of Shadows
• Art Basel, Basel, Art Unlimited (12-17 June)

1999
• Royal College of Art, London, Go Away: Artists and Travel
• Galerie fur Zeitgenossische Kunst, Leipzig, Life Cycles
• Centro de la imagen, Mexico City, International Biennale of Photography
• Centre pour l’Image Contemporaine, 8e Biennale de l’Image en Mouvement
• Witte de With, Rotterdam, Stimuli (21 November - 13 February)
• Museum Kurhaus kelve, Germany, Zug (luft)
• Gemeentemuseum Helmond, the Netherlands, The Power of Beauty

1998
• Foundation De Appel, Amsterdam, Unlimited.nl
• Museum voor Modern Kunst Arnhem, Power Up, Tussen ervaring en verwachting
• S.M.A.K., Ghent, Rineke Dijkstra, Tracey Moffatt, Fiona Tan
• Centre d’Art Contemporain Reuil-Malmaison, France, Entrè-fiction
• E.N.S.B.A., Paris, Biennale de l’image Paris ‘98
• Artist Space, New York, Scope
• Het Trippenhuis, Amsterdam, Traces of Science in Art
• Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, World Wide Video Festival
• Gemeentemuseum Arnhem, the Netherlands, Power Up
• Galerie Anton Weller, Paris, Deplacements
• Limerick, Ireland, v+a 2004 Imagine Limerick

1997
• Johannesburg, 2nd Johannesburg Biennale (12 October- 12 December)
• Wiener Secession, Vienna; PS1 Contemporary Art, New York; CAPC Musee d’Art Contemporain de Bordeaux; Hayward Gallery, Cities on the Move
• Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; Museo Del Chopo, Mexico City; Fine Arts Museum, Taipei; ICC, Toronto, The Second-Time Based Art from the Netherlands (25 January - 09 March)

1996
Kunsterlhaus, Dortmund, hARTware- Dutch media in the 90s

1995
• Nederlands Filmmuseum, Amsterdam, Beyond the Bridge
• Palazzo delle Belle Arti, Turin, Arslab- I sensi del virtuale

1994
• Stedelijk Museum Bureau, Amsterdam, Totenklage/Lacrymosa


AWARDS

2007
• Deutsche Borse Photography Prize, Nominee

2004
• ICP Infinity Award for Art, New York
• Artes Mundi Prize, Cardiff, Wales, Nominee

2003
• IASPIS grand and residency, Stockholm

2001-2002
• DAAD scholarship and residency, Berlin

1998
• J.C. Van Lanschot Prize for Sculpture, Belgium/the Netherlands, First Prize

1997
• Prize for the best national debut film, the Netherlands Filmfestival

1996
• Prix de Rome, Film/Video


PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

• 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa
• Aargauer Kunsthaus, Switzerland
• Bergen Kunstmuseum, Bergen
• Centre Pompidou, Paris
• De Pont Museum for Contemporary Art, Tilburg
• Deutsche Bank Collection, Frankfurt
• Don Rubell Family Collection, Miami
• Ella Fontanals-Cisneros Collection, Miami
• Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin
• Fonds National d’Art Contemporain, France
• FRAC (Fonds Régional d’Art Contemporain) Lorraine, Metz
• FRAC (Fonds Régional d’Art Contemporain) Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, Marseille
• FRAC (Fonds Régional d’Art Contemporain) Rhône-Alpes, Villeurbanne
• Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem
• Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow
• Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, The Hague
• Hammer Museum, Los Angeles
• Inelcom Collection, Madrid
• Kunstmuseum, Bergen
• LVMH Collection, Paris
• Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris
• Museion- Museum of Contemporary Art, Bolzano
• Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León, León
• Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam
• Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
• Museum Kunst der Westkuste, Fohr
• Naoshima Fukutake Art Museum, Kagawa
• National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto
• Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin
• New Museum, New York
• Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich
• Rabobank Nederland, Utrecht
• Sammlung Goetz, Munich
• Schaulager, Basel
• Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
• Stedelijk Museum Het Domein, Sittard
• Stortinget (Norwegian Parliament), Oslo
• Taipei Fine Art Museum, Taipei
• Tate Collection, London
• Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography
• Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver


SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

2012
• Diaz Guardiola, Javier, “Fiona Tan: Tendemos a olvidar nuestro origen,” ABC.es, April 10, 2012
• Defining Contemporary Art: 25 Years in 200 Pivotal Artworks, Phaidon, 2012
• Jarque, Fietta, “Quien aguanta la mirada a Fiona Tan?” El Pais Cultura, March 21, 2012
vMonlina, Margot, “Un busca de la propia identidad,” El Pais Andalucia, March 21, 2012

2011
• Cumming, Laura, “John Stetzaker: Moving Portraits,” The Observer, January 30, 2011
• Essays, Fiona Tan with texts by Lynne Cooke, Bruce Grenville, Saskia Bos, Wako Works of Art, Tokyo


2010
• Fiona Tan, Location, Inujuma. Artists Book, Amsterdam, 2012
• Fiona Tan: Coming Home. Catalogue publication, Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, Sydney, 2010.
• Fiona Tan, Vox Populi - Switzerland, artists book with a text by Madeline Schuppli, Book Works, London, 2010.
• Fiona Tan: Cloud Island ~ Ossian Ward. Published in Time Out, October 2010
• Nichols, Matthew Guy. FIONA TAN: Willing Subjects, Resistant Souls. Published in Art in America. (September)
• Morrison, Alan. FIONA TAN: Tomorrow People. Published in The Herald. (April)
• Rise and Fall/Fiona Tan. Catalogue publication, with texts by Bruce Grenville, Madeline Schuppli, Irit Rogoff, Michael Newman, Okwui Enwezor, published by Vancouver Art Gallery and Aargauer Kunsthaus, 2012
• Zebrowski Rubin, Stefan. Fiona Tan in Sydney. Published in The Art Blog. (March)

2008
• Bezzan, C. “Fiona Tan,” Artpress 348 (September), pp. 81 82.
• Hochleitner, M. “Wir tragen alle Bilder in uns,” Kunst und Kirche 01, pp. 32 35.
• Lamoree. J. “Een echo van de zeventiende eeuw,” Het Parool (27 August).
• Malm, M. “Fiona Tan, Island,” exh. leaflet, (Mobile Art Production), Stockholm.
• Smith, R. “Kaleidoscopic Biennial for a Scarred City,” The New York Times (04 November).
• Vries, M. de. “Liever geen meesterwerken,” de Volkskrant (21 August).
• Yoshida, K. & B. Durrans (ed.). exh. cat. “Self and Other: Portraits from Asia and Europe,” (The Asahi Shimbun, Osaka), ill. pp. 250 251.

2007
• Hellweg, C. “Toekomstbeelden,” Museumtijdschrift 20, no. 1, (January February), pp. 48-49.
• Kwakkenbos, L. “Als film kunst wordt,” De Standaard (15 January).
• Beyfus, Drusilla, “Identity Parade,” Telegraph Magazine (20 January).
• Mac Giolla Leith, C. “Fiona Tan: ‘Photos are my Mirror,” exh. cat. Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 07, (The Photographers' Gallery, London), pp. 81 103, 124 129,135, cover.
• Michel, R. “Tan et la femme phallique,” exh. cat. (L'Oeil écran ou la nouvelle image), Luxembourg, pp. 70 75.
• Nordgren, I. “Poetisk Tan lyckas inte engagera,” Kristianstadsbladet (12 December).

2006
• AP. “Super hot videokunstner,” Alt for Damerne (20 April).
• Connarty, Jane & Lanyon, Josephine,eds. “Ghosting: The Role of the Archive within
• Contemporary Artists’ Films and Video,” Bristol, UK: Picture This Moving Image.
• Kent, Sarah. “Fiona Tan: Short Voyages.” Time Out (18 - 25 October).
• Kerek, Rowan. “Who’s who at London Firth Street Gallery,” bbc.co.uk (21 September).
• Coetzee, M. & L. Lagos, eds. “Fiona Tan. Facing Forward: Backwards into the future,” exh. cat. Memorials of Identity – New Media from the Rubell Family Collection, Miami, pp. 132 146.
• Cumming, L. “As exciting as daytime TV,” The Observer (September).
• Fauskanger, K. “Blikket utenfra,” Bergens Tidende (20 September), pp. 60 61.
• Field, M. “Films for people who don't like video art,” The Independent (October).
• Imanse, G, ed. Aanwinsten/Acquisitions 1993 2003 Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam (cat. no. 879, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam), p. 262.
• Kent, R. Fiona Tan, Vox Populi, exh. cat. (2006 Biennale of Sydney, Zones of contact, Biennale of Sydney), pp. 266 267.
• Richter, M. “Fiona Tan: Mirror Maker,” Camera Austria 96, pp. 71 72.

2005
• Alphen, E. van. “Shooting images, throwing shadows,” in Art in Mind.
• Arkesteijn, R. Fiona Tan, Personal anthropology, exh. cat. (Respect! Forms of community/Formes de cohabitation, Musée Dar Si Saïd, Marrakech), pp. 98 105.
• Bonin, V. “L'emploi du temps: travail et désoeuvrement dans Countenance de Fiona Tan,” CV ciel variable 67 (June), pp. 14 15.
• Cumming, L. “Are you looking at me?,” The Observer (April).
• Dykstra, J. “Fiona Tan at the New Museum of Contemporary Art,” Art in America November).
• Flaconer, Morgan. “Contemporary art London,” The Burlington Magazine (February).
• Gefter, Philip. “Is That Portrait Staring at Me?,” The New York Times (10 April).
• Gregos, Katerina. “Moving images at the edge of the real,” Contemporary, no. 7.
• Godfrey, M. Doomed to Fail? Fiona Tan: Countenance exh. cat., (Modern Art Oxford).
• Hellman, M. “Rite de passage,” Le Devoir (28 May).
• Honigman, A.F. “Where do I belong?,” ArtReview 56 (April), pp. 78 81.
• MUSAC. cat. (Sujeto, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Castilla y Léon, Léon) pp. 52 57.
• Noordegraaf, J. “Indië in de achteruitkijkspiegel,” Jong Holland 21, no. 4, pp.24 32.
• Quaroni, I. “Ocean 1212 W Raffaella Cortese,” Flash Art 38, no. 252, (June July), pp. 121 122.
• Searle, A. “Who are you?,” The Guardian (April).
• Simmons, L. “Are you looking at me?,” The Observer (10 April).

2004
• Allen, J. “Fiona Tan,” IASPIS Gallery, Stockholm.
• Anon. Cinéastes voyageuses des années 20 60, exh. cat., (Cinéma, Centre Pompidou, Paris), p. 33.
• Bak, S. “Kijken is maken,” Ons Erfdeel, (02 February).
• Bale, I. “Artes Mundi, the New Wales International Art Prize,” Planet (February).
• Baume, N. Fiona Tan: Towards the Negative Mirror, exh. cat., (+Witness, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney), pp. 58 65.
• Boerdner, S. “Reflexionen über die Ethiek des Schauens,” Märkische Allgem. Postdam, (12 January).
• Bonami, F. If I Was Them, Correction exh. cat., (Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago).
• Burghardt, T. “A new Perspective,” Associated Press (20 October).
• Clewing, U. “Zog der Ungewissheit,” Frankfurter Rundschau (14 January).
• Coetzee, M. & L. Lagos, exh. cat., (Memorials of Identity, Rubell Family Collection, Miami).
• Cook, L. ‘Thin Cities’, Synopsis III, exh. cat., (National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens).
• Fisher, L. “Screen Gems,” Time, (20 December).
• Hawkins, M. “Outsider's inmate prison videos challenge our assumptions,” Chicago Sun Times (22 October).
• Herbstreuth, P. “Review Fiona Tan: Akademie der Künste,” Flash Art 235, (March April).
• Jackson, T. “Reading the Visible and the Invisible,” Correction Exh. Catalogue, (Museum of Contemporary Arts, Chicago).
• Lind, I. “Bortomdrömmar att snärjas av,” Dagens Nyheter (24 April).
• Larsson, K. “Fiona Tan/ Iaspisgalleriet,” U-n-i-o-n (April).
• Orrghen, A. “Tan utforskar relationen mellan rörelse och tid,” Svenska Dagbladet (24 April).
• Muir, G. Chronochromie, exh. cat. (Time zones: recent film and video,Tate Modern, London) pp. 36 50 (esp. pp. 44 45), ills. 101 105.
• Mustroph, T. “Zauberei mit Licht und Schatten,” Neues Deutschland (13 January).
• Orrghen, A. “Tan utforskar relationen mellan rörelse och tid,” Svenska Dagbladet (24 April).
• Plateau, N. Le regard, la flèche..la cible- On S. Sebastian selon Fiona Tan, (Symposium at the Akademie St. Lukas, Ghent, Belgium), (12 August).
• Searle, A. “A very brief History of Time,” The Guardian (07 October).
• Smit, M. “Video art change your Time Zones,” This is local London (07 October).
• Snyder, J. Setting the Record Straight: Fiona Tans’ Correction’ exh. cat. (Correction, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago).
• Sperlinger, M. “Time Zones,” Art Monthly 282 (December January).
• Wahjudi, C. “Fiona Tan Akte 1"', Kunstforum International 169 (March April).
• Wallis, B. Fiona Tan, exh. cat. (Artes Mundi, National Museum and Gallery of Wales, Cardiff), pp. 75 85.

2003
• Anon. “Fiona Tan,” Flash Art (March April).
• Bronwasser, S. “Do not try to draw the bow with your arms. Draw it with your heart,” exh. cat. (Home and away, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver), pp. 29 36.
• Clewing, U. “Die Ruhe der Bogenschützin,” Zitty 26.
• Cooke, L., Thin Cities, exh. cat. (Synopsis III, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens), pp. 231 241.
• Dan, C. “Natürlich – Holland,” Springerin 8, no. 4, (December February), pp. 46 49.
• Hartog Jager, H. den. “Het spiegelpaleis,” NRC Handelsblad (14 February).
• Heingartner, D. “Reviews: Fiona Tan,” Frieze 75 (May).
• Keijer, K. “Buitenstaander,” Het Parool, PS van de Week (18 January), pp. 26 29.
• Kester, N. “Succesvolle Kunstenaars,” KRO Mikrogids (28 January).
• Kwakkenbos, L. “Gewone mensen uit Berlijn,” De Standaard, Kunst-stof (30 January).
• Meizner, C. “Bäcker, Künstler, Ofensetzer,” Berliner Morgenpost (28 December).
• Menin, S. & V. Sansone, “Focus video and film,” Flash Art (March April).
• Müller, K.B. “Treffsicher wie ein Pfeil,” Die Tageszeitung (27 December).
• Roelandt, E. “Zuiver observeren, gekleurd interpreteren,” Financieel-Economische Tijd, Belgium (8 February).
• Siebers, P. “Schone Traagheid,” Univers 18 (30 January).
• Van de Velde, P. “Fiona Tan verlangt niet meer naar heimwee,” De Telegraaf (23 January).
Van den Hoven, G. “De elleboogstootjes van Fiona Tan,” Brabants Dagblad (23 January).
• Verhiel, I. “Kijken en bekeken worden bij Fiona Tan,” Dagblad De Limburger (6 February).
• Volk, G. Fiona Tan, exh. cat. (Strangers: The First ICP Triennial of Photography and Video, International Center of Photography, New York / Steidl Publishers, Göttingen), pp.158 16.1.

2002
• Carels, E. “Photographer unknown,” A Prior (special on Fiona Tan), nr. 8, (September), pp. 37 62.
• Carrayrou, S. “Fiona Tan: des images qui respirent,” ArtPress 280 (June), pp. 40 44.
• Fietzek, G, ed. exh. cat. (Documenta 11_Platform 5: Exhibition, Hatje Cantz, Ostfildern Ruit), pp. 512 513, 586.
• Pauw, J. de. “San Sebastian,” A Prior (special on Fiona Tan), nr. 8, (September), p. 112.
• Phillips, C. “Crosscurrents in Yokohama,” Art in America 1 (January).
• Seijdel, J. Car wreck cinema, Über Autos, Unfälle und Zeitreisen in einem Projekt von Fiona Tan, exh. cat. (Aussendienst, Kunstprojekte in öffentlichen Raümen Hamburgs, Modo Verlag, Freiburg im Breisgau), pp. 350 364.
• Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Fiona Tan, exh. cat. (Link. Voorstel tot Gemeentelijke Kunstaankopen
• Fotografie 2002 2003/Proposal for Municipal Acquisitions Photography 2002 2003, Nai Uitgevers/Publishers, Rotterdam, pp. 52 53.
• Wiarda, A. “Seeing, observing, thinking,” A Prior (special on Fiona Tan), no. 8, (September), pp. 94 103.

2001
• Ardenne, P. “Fiona Tan ,” Art Press 269.
• Baume, N. Fiona Tan, leaflet Matrix 144, (Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, Connecticut).
• Bers, M. “Berlin Biennale: affect, not effect,” Tema Celeste 86, (Summer).
• Breerette, G. “Le journal intime de Fiona Tan, vidéaste,” Le Monde, (15 April).
• Cooke, L. Fiona Tan 1966, 49. exh. cat. (Esposizione Internationale d'Arte, La Biennale di Venezia), Platea dell'umanita, pp. 210 211.
• Durez, A. “Fiona Tan, Usage de la disparition,” Centre National de la Photographie, le Journal 15.
• Ermen, R. International Triennale of Contemporary Art 2001, Yokohama: "Mega wave" towards a new synthesis, (Kunstforum International 157), (November December).
• Fletcher, A. Fiona Tan: a conversation between Fiona Tan and Annie Fletcher, exh. cat. (Berlin Biennale 2, Oktagon, Cologne), pp. 250 253 (vol. 1), pp. 316 319, 434 437. (vol. 2.)
• Gioni, M. “Speaking in tongues, views from a distance,” Flash Art 221 (November December), pp. 74 77.
• Höller, C. “Video als Ausnahmemedium,” Texte zur Kunst (June).
• Kumagai, I. “Fiona Tan,” Bulletin of Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo 7, (31 March), pp. 22 27.
• Lequex, E. “A Venise, le salut par la quatrième dimension,” Les Arts, (04 -10 July).
• Müller, S. “Energie geben statt provozieren,” ART das Kunstmagazil (April), pp. 78 83.
• Psibiliskis, L. “Gesichter in der Optik einer Fixkamera,” Kunst Bulletin (October), pp. 18 21.
• Rollig, S. 'Hers, Video als weibliches Terrain, exh. cat. (Steirischer Herbst, Graz), pp. 124 129.
• Rosenberg, A. “Berlin Biennial,” Flash Art 34, (July September).
• Shiner, E.C. Fiona Tan's "Saint Sebastian": archers of the new age, exh. cat. (International Triennale of Contemporary Art, Yokohama), pp. 324, 325.
• Wulffen, T. “Biennale Venedig Plateau der Menschheit,” Kunstforum (August October).

2000
• Breidbach, O. & W. Lippert, eds. Die Natur der Dinge, Springer, Vienna/New York, esp. p. 110 111.
• Elsberg, J. van. “Fiona Tan: duizendpoot met vele gezichten,” Skrien 32, no. 9, November, p.66.
• Lemke, C. “Fiona Tan: "Scenario" im Rahmen der reihe "Ichmaschine"', Springerin 6, no. 2, (February), pp. 69 70.
• Monshouwer, S. “Een kinderdroom,” Kunstbeeld, no. 9, (September), p. 17.
• Schmidt Wulffen, S. & A. Könneke. Fiona Tan – Autokino/Ericusgraben, exh. cat. (Phase 1 (Aussendienst), Hamburg,) pp. 96 105.
• Stecker, R. “Fiona Tan im Kunstverein,” Kunst Bulletin (June).

1999
• Berg, M. van den & T. Wallroth, Fiona Tan, exh. cat. (Zug (Luft), Museum Kurhaus Kleve (also published in Rotation), pp. 3.04 3.05.
• Moukhtar, E. “Smoke Screen; Tussen beeld en blik,” Skrien 236, pp. 60 61.
• Steevensz, B. “Het absolute bestaat niet,” Metropolis M no. 1, (February/March), pp. 36 41.
• Süto, W. “Mijn tong is niet mijn beste vriend,” De Volkskrant (16 April).

1998
• Borg, L. ter. Fiona Tan, Linneaus' Flower Clock, exh. cat. (Sporen van wetenschap in kunst/Traces of Science in Art, Het Trippenhuis KNAW, Amsterdam), pp. 70 81.
• Bos, S. Framing is a Choice, exh. leaflet (J.C. van Lanschot Prize 1998, SMAK, Ghent).
• Carrayrou, S. “Entre fictions,” (Centre d'Art Contemporain, Rueil Malmaison/Actes Sud, Arles), pp. 70 71.
• Dercon, C. Fiona Tan, exh. cat. (De keus van de kenners/The choice of the experts, 11 museum directors choose a young artist, Internationaal Perscentrum Nieuwspoort, The Hague).
• Didier, M. “De tijd vangen,” De Groene Amsterdammer (16 September).
• Hanru, H. “Fiona Tan,” in: Cream – Contemporary Art in Culture, Phaidon Press, pp. 384 387.
• Lamoree, J. “Denken doet wonderen,” Het Parool (25 July), p. 14.
• Mooij, T. “De poëzie van een lome schildpad,” De Filmkrant (May).
• Roelandt, E. “Rokende baby's en "ravende" jongeren,” De Morgen (30 March).
• Sierksma, P. “Wim Beeren en het trage geluid van opspattend water,” Trouw (06 August).
• Smallenburg, S. “Fiona Tan vat herinneringen in video,” NRC Handelsblad (16 September).

1997
• Linssen, D. “Interessante tijden,” NRC Handelsblad (25 July).
• Linthorst, G. “Indrukwekkend portret van Chinese familie,” De Volkskrant, (26 July).
• Schwartz, I. “Time Stretcher laat lijf golven,” De Volkskrant, (09 April).
• Seijdel, J. Fiona Tan, exh. cat. (The Second Time based Art from the Netherlands, MonteVideo), pp. 48 51.