Lucy Dodd, “Ié,” 2019, Atlantic sea water from Cape Cod, squid ink, Agua de Florida, Wakame, spirulina, chlorella, indigo, herb water, fish silver powder, peony petal water, lapis lazuli, malachite, cavasanite, mica, cochineal, phosphorescence, hematite, selenite, tulip petal water, daffodils, peony, tyrian purple, and pigment on canvas, 182 x 384 inches, 462.3 x 975.4 cm, LD977

Lucy Dodd, “Holy Basil(ica),” installation view, Art Basel | Unlimited, Basel, Switzerland, 2019

Lucy Dodd, “Holy Basil(ica),” installation view, Art Basel | Unlimited, Basel, Switzerland, 2019

Installation view, “Reconnecting with the World: About the Poetic in Elements and Materials,” curated by Franziska Nori, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, Germany 2018

Lucy Dodd, “The Son,” 2018, Onion skins, urine, pyramid yellow, and cadmium on canvas, 130 x 130 inches, 330.2 x 330.2 cm, LD371

Lucy Dodd, “Hermit,” 2018, Onion skins, black walnut, squid ink, hematite, azurite, cochineal, Dragon's blood, and pigments on canvas, 108 x 108 inches, 274.3 x 274.3 cm, LD370

Lucy Dodd and Thornton Dial, Frieze, London, UK, 2019

Installation view, “Reconnecting with the World: About the Poetic in Elements and Materials,” curated by Franziska Nori, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, Germany 2018

Lucy Dodd, “Fox,” 2017-2018, Butterfly wings, bee balm, flowers, napkins, marker, and pigment on paper, 12 x 12 inches, 30.5 x 30.5 cm, LD325

Installation view, “Miss Mars,” Sprüth Magers, London, UK, 2018

Lucy Dodd, “Snake,”2017, Cochineal, graphite, ochre and  pigments on paper, 23 x 30 inches, 58.4 x 76.2 cm, LD503

Installation view, “May Flower,” David Lewis, New York, 2018

Installation view, “May Flower,” David Lewis, New York, 2018

Installation view, “May Flower,” David Lewis, New York, 2018

Lucy Dodd, “Peacocktwittering Lashes of the Soothing Sun,” 2018, Cuttlefish ink, hematite, kombucha SCOBY, Tetley tea, tulip flower extract, wild walnut, and pigments on canvas, 64 3/4 x 70 1/4 inches, 164.5 x 178.4 cm, LD724

Lucy Dodd, “Sweet water,” 2018, Pigmented cotton on chair frame, 24 x 26 x 26 1/2 inches, 61 x 66 x 67.3 cm, LD769

Lucy Dodd, “Earth Bull,” 2018, Pigmented cotton on chair frame, 24 x 45 1/2 x 41 inches, 61 x 115.6 x 104.1 cm, LD743

Lucy Dodd, “Grams," 2018, Pigmented cotton on chair frame, Chair: 31 x 36 x 29 1/2 inches, 78.7 x 91.4 x 74.9 cm, Ottoman: 22 x 22 x13 inches, 55.9 x 55.9 x 13 cm, LD738

Installation view, Lucy Dodd, “Topologies,” curated by Mika Yoshitake, The Warehouse, Dallas, TX, 2018

Installation view, Lucy Dodd, “Thinking Out Loud: Notes for an Evolving Collection,” curated by Allan Schwartzman, The Warehouse, Dallas, Texas, 2017

Installation view, Lucy Dodd, “Surface Work,” Victoria Miro, London, United Kingdom, 2018

Installation view, Lucy Dodd, “Generations: Female Artists in Dialog, Part 1,” Sammlung Goetz, Munich, Germany, 2018

Installation view, Lucy Dodd, “Lake in the Sky,” Sprüth Magers, Berlin, Germany, 2017

Installation view, Lucy Dodd, Frieze, London, UK, 2016

Lucy Dodd, "Catfish & Seahorse", 2018, Baby poop, wild walnut, cochineal, hematite, azurite, pigment, and acrylic on canvas, 81 x 66 inches, 203.2 x 167.6 cm, LD905

Installation view, Lucy Dodd, "Wa Wa Fall", 2017, Tulip leaf extract, hematite, rain water, and mixed pigments on canvas, 110 x 56 inches, 279.4 x 142.2 cm, LD024. Installed in "A boat is a floating piece of space, Toward the Horizon", Galleria Alfonso Artiaco, Naples, IT.

Lucy Dodd, “Jupiter's Jollity”, 2017, Charcoal, foss leaf extract, wild walnut, Yerba mate, black lichen, squid ink, hematite, kukicha, graphite, and pigment on canvas, 144 x 144 inches, 365.8 x 365.8 cm, LD047. Collection of the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN.

Installation view, Lucy Dodd, "Open Plan", Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 2016

Installation view, Lucy Dodd, "Open Plan", Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 2016

Installation view, Lucy Dodd, "Open Plan", Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 2016

Installation view, Lucy Dodd, "Open Plan", Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 2016

Installation view, Lucy Dodd, "Buttercut", The Power Station, Dallas, 2016

Installation view, Lucy Dodd, "Buttercut", The Power Station, Dallas, 2016

Installation view, Lucy Dodd, "Buttercut", The Power Station, Dallas, 2016

Lucy Dodd, “The 13th Moon,” 2016, Iron glimmer, scoby, tulip pollen extract, squid ink, hematite, cochineal, spirulina, graphite, tempera and mixed pigments on canvas, 72 x 72 inches, 182.9 x 182.9 cm, LD909

Installation view, Lucy Dodd, "Gates to the Mermaid’s Den", 2016, Squid ink, charcoal, iron glimmer, hematite, spirulina, graphite, yerbe mate, chamomile, iron oxide, terra, sand, scoby, cochineal, sumac extract, tempera and mixed pigments on canvas, 120 x 240 inches, 304.8 x 609.6 cm

Lucy Dodd, “The Drooling Moon,” 2015, Verona green earth, foss leaf extract, graphite, cochineal, squid ink and mixed pigments on canvas, 54 x 58 x 68 x 32 inches (Clockwise from top), 137.2 x 147.3 x 172.7 x 81.3 cm, LD853

Installation view, Lucy Dodd, "Wuv Shop", David Lewis, New York, 2015

Installation view, Lucy Dodd, "Wuv Shop", David Lewis, New York, 2015

Lucy Dodd. “(Not titled yet),” 2015, Hematite, cochineal, quarry hill river clay, scobi, foss leaf extract, and mixed pigments on canvas, 73 x 44 x 90 x 60 inches (Clockwise from top), 185.4 x 111.8 x 228.6 x 152.4 cm, LD848

Lucy Dodd, “Shield Painting (2) from Act 1, Movement 6: Wolves & Wanderers of "Maize Mantis”,” 2015, Black walnut and pigment on canvas, (Clockwise from top left): 30 x 30 x 39 x 37 inches, 76.2 x 76.2 x 99.1.x 94 cm, LD374

Installation view, Lucy Dodd, "Jungle Blood," 2015, pigment and mixed media on canvas, 144 x 384 inches, 365.8 x 975.4 cm, LD876, Installed in "Maize Mantis (with Sergei Tcherepnin and Kerstin Brätsch)", The Kitchen, New York

Installation view, Lucy Dodd, “No Man’s Land,” The Rubell Family Collection, Miami, FL, 2015

Installation view, Lucy Dodd, “Death by Water. Death by Fire”, curated by David Lewis, Campoli Presti, Paris, France, 2013, LD551

Installation view, Lucy Dodd, "Guernika", 2014, Spanish hematite, Miami rain water and lavender oil, cochineal, kombucha SCOBY, Rota squid ink, earth from Monasterio de Suso, Aracena, Rio Tinto, la Aldea-Bejes and Guernika, chamomile and pomegranate from Segura de Leon, lichen from Sierra de Gata, yerba maté, Rio Tinto water, mica, spirulina, mixed pigments and Tyrian purple on canvas, 138 x 307.2 inches, 350.5 x 780.3 cm, LD800, Installation at The Rubell Family Collection, Miami.

Installation view, Lucy Dodd, "Cake 4 Catfish," David Lewis, New York, 2013

Installation view, Lucy Dodd, "Cake 4 Catfish," David Lewis, New York, 2013

Lucy Dodd, "2 Doors, 1 Tomb, Coming through the back side of death-right", 2013, Foss Leaf Extract, Yerba Maté, Buckhorn Berries, Wakame!, Liquid Smoke, Wild Walnut Rind, Iron Glimmer, Spirulina, Yew Berries, Hematite, Black Lichen, Urine, Charcoal, Kombucha SCOBY, Fossphorescents, Red Annato, Nettles, Mixed Pigments, and Flower Essences on Canvas, 115 x 92 inches, 292.1 x 233.7 cm, LD002, Installation view, "Cake 4 Catfish", David Lewis, New York, 2013

Lucy Dodd, "2 Doors, 1 Tomb, Coming through the backside of death-left", 2013, Leaf Extract, Yerba Maté, Liquid Smoke, Wild Walnut Kind, Hematite Iron Glimmer, Black Lichen, Bubs Urine, Charcoal, Kombucha SCOBY, Fosphorescents, Yew Berries, Spirulina, Salvia, Nettle, Red Annato, Mixed Pigments, and Flower Essence on Canvas, 115 x 92 inches, 292.1 x 233.7 cm, LD001, Installation view, "Cake 4 Catfish", David Lewis, New York, 2013

Installation view, Lucy Dodd, "The Studio Before 54", No. 5A, New York, 2013

Lucy Dodd, “the humble deep extreme,” 2012, the souls of the shoes of Nanette Lepore, Margiela, Clergerie, a half calf cowboy boot, a no name mule, and a foot with foss mud on canvas, 144 x 144 inches, 365.8 x 365.8 cm, LD375

Lucy Dodd

Born 1981 New York, NY
Lives and works in Kingston, NY

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2019

Contemporary Art: Five Propositions

Museum of Fine Arts Boston, MA

October 26, 2019—May 04, 2020

Painters Reply: Experimental Painting in the 1970s and now

curated by Alex Glauber & Alex Logsdail

Lisson Gallery, New York, NY

June 27—August 09, 2019

2018

Reconnecting with the World: About the Poetic in Elements and Materials

Curated by Franziska Nori

Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, Germany

October 31, 2018—January 13, 2019

Topologies

curated by Mika Yoshitake

The Warehouse, Dallas, TX

May 14—December 28, 2018

Surface Work

Victoria Miro, London, United Kingdom

April 11—May 19, 2018

Generations: Female Artists in Dialog, Part 1

Sammlung Goetz, Munich, Germany

February 22—July 13, 2018

2017

The Curators’ Eggs

Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York

July 12—August 18, 2017

From Counterculture to Cyberculture

curated by David Lewis

Altman Siegel, San Francisco

July 07—September 02, 2017

A boat is a floating piece of space, Toward the Horizon

curated by Piper Marshall

Galleria Alfonso Artiaco, Naples, Italy

June 2017

Thinking Out Loud: Notes for an Evolving Collection

curated by Allan Schwartzman

The Warehouse, Dallas, Texas

January 30—April 30, 2017

2016

Dreaming Mirrors Dreaming Screens

curated by Goodroom / Johannes Fricke Waldthausen

Sprüth Magers, Berlin

January 29—April 02, 2016

2015

No Man's Land

Women Artists from the Rubell Family Collection

Rubell Family Collection, Miami, FL

December 02, 2015—May 28, 2016

Maize Mantis

Organized by Tim Griffin

The Kitchen, NY

October 15—17, 2015

A Walk

curated by Rob Teeters

Tripoli Gallery, New York

June 27—July 26, 2015

The Story of O(OO)

David Lewis, New York

April 28—June 28, 2015

Venganza (I Don't Want to be Friends)

Armada, Milan, IT

April 09—May 10, 2015

A Form is a Social Gatherer

Plymouth Rock, Zurich

February 21—March 29, 2015

2014

Looking Back: The Eighth White Columns Annual

Selected by Pati Hertling

White Columns

January 16—February 22, 2014

2013

A Scanner, Darkly

David Lewis, New York

October 08—November 17, 2013

Revolution from Within

Kaufmann Repetto, Milan, IT

February 07—March 28, 2013

2012

Synesthesia

Curated by Daniele Balice and Jay Ezra Nayssan

M + B, Los Angelos, CA

June 29—August 31, 2012

2011

Heading For A Fall

Ford Project, New York

May 04—June 17, 2011

2010

Endless Bummer

Curated by Drew Heitzler

Blum & Poe, Los Angelos, CA

July 03—August 28, 2010

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2019

Lucy Dodd's Elegy to Jason Rhoades

Cultured

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December 30, 2019

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2018

"Lucky Dodd: Miss Mars" at Sprüth Magers

by Anya Harrison

December 03, 2018

Interview with Lucy Dodd

KALEIDOSCOPE

by Ruba Katrib

December 2018

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17 Shows You Need to See during Frieze Week in London

Artsy

by Scott Indrisek

October 01, 2018

Editors’ Picks: 15 Art-World Attractions to Seek Out in New York This Week

Artnet News

Sarah Cascone and Caroline Goldstein

May 14, 2018

Lucy Dodd

The New Yorker

May 14, 2018

To Do: Twenty-five things to see, hear, watch, and read.

New York Magazine

by Jerry Saltz

May 13, 2018

What to See in New York Galleries This Week

The New York Times

by Martha Schwendener

May 10, 2018

Three-Sentence Reviews

New York Magazine

by Jerry Saltz

April 30, 2018

Elemental Symbolism and Exotic Ingredients in Lucy Dodd's ‘May Flower'

Frieze

by Michael Wilson

April 25, 2018

Selling Off Art to Support a Better World

The New York Times

by Rebecca Schmid

April 24, 2018

Lucy Dodd at David Lewis

Art Viewer

April 23, 2018

In the Studio with Lucy Dodd

Cultured

by Aubrey Mayer

April 02, 2018

URL

Voyaging into Lucy Dodd’s magical family space

Document

by Joshua Seidner

March 30, 2018

Must See

Artforum

March 25, 2018

URL

Cosmic Theater

Cultured Magazine

by Kat Herriman, photography by aubrey mayer

February 2018

Lucy Dodd

Bomb Magazine

by Rashid Johnson

January 2018

2017

8 Highlights From Miami Art Week

The New York Times

by Kat Herriman

December 2017

The 15 Best Booths at Art Basel in Miami Beach

Artsy

by Molly Gottschalk and Scott Indrisek

December 2017

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From Counterculture to Cyberculture

Artforum

by Gwen Allen

October 2017

From Counterculture to Cyberculture

Artforum

by Gwen Allen

October 2017

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‘The Curators’ Eggs’ at Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York

Blouin ArtInfo

July 07, 2017

Lucy Dodd Sprüth Magers / Berlin

Flash Art

by Aaron Bogart

June 16, 2017

Lucy in the Sky

Blau

by Daniel Schreiber

May 2017

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Berlin Gallery Weekend

Artnet News

by Hili Perlson

May 02, 2017

Eye to Eye: Lucy Dodd

Guggenheim Museum, New York

April 11, 2017

URL

2016

The Top Emerging Artists of 2016

by Artsy Editors

December 13, 2016

The Best Art of 2016

The New York Times

by Holland Cotter & Roberta Smith

December 07, 2016

TWO x TWO Benefit for AIDS and Art 2016

benefiting two organizations—the Dallas Museum of Art and amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research

Rachofsky House, Dallas, TX

October 22, 2016

At Frieze Art Week, All Eyes on the Pound

The New York Times

by Scott Reyburn

October 07, 2016

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Sales Abound at Frieze Focus, Where Marguerite Humeau's Elephants Meet Jon Rafman's Snake

ARTNEWS

by Nate Freeman

October 07, 2016

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Looking Forward

Frieze

by Stuart Comer

September 05, 2016

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Review: Ingenious Versatility in the Whitney’s ‘Open Plan’

The New York Times

by Roberta Smith

April 28, 2016

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10 Things to Do in New York’s Art World Before March 18

Observer

by Paul Laster

March 14, 2016

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9 Art Events to Attend in New York City This Week

ARTnews

March 14, 2016

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Nice Weather

Curated by David Salle

Skarstedt Gallery

February 25—April 16, 2016

Artist Lucy Dodd Does Dallas

W Magazine

by Fan Zhong

February 19, 2016

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Modern Painters

by Thea Ballard

January 01, 2016

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Artforum

by Barry Schwabsky

January 01, 2016

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2015

Lucy Dodd: Wuv Shop

New York Magazine

by Jerry Saltz

December 17, 2015

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