Ann-Sofi Sidén

1962 born in Stockholm, Sweden
lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden
Education
1986-88 Hochschule der Künste (Meisterschülerin 1990), Berlin, Germany
1988-92 Royal University College of Fine Arts, Stockholm, Sweden
Awards / Grants
2012 Dagens Nyheter‘s Culture Prize, Stockholm, Sweden
2009 The Friends of Moderna Museet Sculpture Award – The K.A. Lind Honorary Award
2003 Atelier Augarten, Vienna, Austria
2002 ArtPace International Artist-in-Residence Program, San Antonio, Texas, USA
2001-02 DAAD, Berlin, Germany
1998 First Prize in Statens Kunstrad Public Sculpture Contest, Stockholm
1993/94 PS.1 International Studioprogram, New York, USA
1989 Skohegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine, USA
Selected Solo Exhibitions
2012 “Curtain Callers”, Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin, Germany
2011 “CURATIN CALLERS”, DRAMATEN, The Royal Theatre, Stockholm, Sweden
“CURTAIN CALLERS” (Entracte), MAP, MAP, Västra Stallet, Stockholm, Sweden
“A View From Outside – Reloaded – The Wigmakers”, Freud Museum, Wien, Austria
2010 “My Country (Somewhere in Sweden)”, Galerie Barbara Thumm, Schaulager, Berlin, Germany
“Same Unknown”, Christian Larsen, Stockholm, Sweden
2008 “In Passing”, Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden
“After the Fact”, Christian Larsen, Stockholm, Sweden
2007 “In Passing”, Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin, Germany
“In Passing”, Galeria Pepe Cobo, Madrid, Spain
“After the Fact”, BCP&P Benveniste Contemporary, Madrid, Spain
2005 “3 MPH, Horse to Rocket”, Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea, Santiago de Compostela, Spain
“3 MPH, Horse to Rocket”, Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin, Germany
“CODEX, 1993-2005”, Christine König Galerie, Vienna, Austria
“In Between the Best of Worlds”, Moderna Museet, Stockholm
“Das Neue 2”, Atelier Augarten – Zentrum für zeitgenössische Kunst der Österreichischen Galerie, Vienna, Austria
2004 “InBetween the Best of Worlds”, Moderna Museet, Stockholm
“Warte Mal!”, BAK, Utrecht, Netherlands
“Warte Mal!”, Kölnischer Kunstverein, Cologne, Germany
“Who is Queen of Mud? The Clocktower & QM I Think I Call her QM”, CAAM Centro Atlantico de Arte Moderno, Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Spain
2003 “3 MPH (Horse to Rocket)”, Galeria Pepe Cobo, Sevilla, Spain
“QM, I Think I Call Her QM”, Galerie Jirí Svestka, Prague, Czech Republic
2002 “3 Miles per Hour”, ArtPace, San Antonio, Texas, USA
“Warte Mal!: Prostitution After the Velvet Revolution”, Hayward Gallery, London, UK
“Warte Mal!”, Moderna Museet c/o BAC, Baltic Art Center, Visby, Sweden
2001 “Fidei Commissum”, Christine König Galerie, Vienna, Austria
“Station 10 and Back Again”, Norrköpings Konstmuseum, Norrköpings, Sweden
“Ann-Sofi Sidén – Enquête. The Panning Eye Revisited”, ARC Musée d‘Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris, France
2000 “2 DVD Installations: Eija-Liisa Ahtila & Ann-Sofi Sidén”, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Texas, USA
“Who is invading my privacy, not so quietly and not so friendly?”, The South London Gallery, London, UK
“QM, I think I call her QM”, Hirschhorn Museum, Washington (D.C.), USA
1999 “Warte Mal!” Wiener Secession, Vienna, Austria
“Days Inn & The Preparation”, Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin, Germany
“QM, I Think I Call Her QM”, Bergen Fine Art Society, Bergen, Norway
“Who told the chambermaid? & The Preparation”, Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm, Sweden
1998 “QM, I Think I Call Her QM”, Biografen Zita, Stockholm, Sweden
1997 “Room Within the Room”, Sveriges Radio/Swedish Radio, Stockholm, Sweden
1995 “Excerpt III”, Gallery Lucas & Hoffman, Cologne, Germany
“It is by confining one’s neighbour that one is convinced of one’s own sanity”, Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm, Sweden
1993 “CODEX: from the city stones to the seat of shame: a reconstruction by Ann-Sofi Sidén”, touring exhibition, Riksutställningar Brown Tableau for five monitors, Sundsvalls Museum, Sundsvall, Sweden
1991 “Sofi‘s Room”, Galleri Mejan, Stockholm, Sweden
1988 “Inget Måleri”, Galleri Rotor, Gothenburg, Sweden
Selected Group Exhibitions
2016 “WATCHED! Surveillance, Art and Photography”, touring exhibition curated by Louise Wolthers (The Hasselblad Center, Göteborg) Kunsthal Aarhus, Denmark
“Sound in Motion. Internationale Video- und Performancekunst. – Theater Theater: Ein Panorama in Bild und Ton” with Jonathan Bepler, Kunstmuseum Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany
“Watched!”, Hasselblad Foundation in collaboration with Valand Academy, Kunsthal Aarhus, Image Gallery and C/O Berlin., Hasselblad Foundation, Gothenburg, Sweden
2015 “Super-spreader : media virus”, Nam June Paik Art Centre, Giheung-gu, Yongin-si, Korea
“Framing Bodies”, curated by Dragana Vujanovic and Louise Wolthers, Hasselblad Foundation, Gothenburg, Sweden
“Travestie für Fortgeschrittene”, curated by Julia Schäfer and Franciska Zólyom, GfZK – Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst Leipzig, Germany
“Fiona Banner \ Ann-Sofi Sidén”, Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin, Germany
“A Man Walks into a Bar – Jokes & Postcards”, curated by Franziska and Johannes Sperling, me Collectors Room – Stiftung Olbricht, Berlin, Germany
2014 EVA International 2014, Limerick, Ireland
“Summerstage”, Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin, Germany
“You Imagine What You Desire” presenting “Curtain Callers” in collaboration with Jonathan Bepler, 19th Sydney Biennale, Sydney, Australia
2013 “1.pers.sing.-the artist‘s body in contemporary art”, curated by Johannes Sperling, b-05, Montabaur, Germany
Bienal Internacional de Curitiba, curated by Teixeira Coelho & Ticio Escobar Curitiba, Brasil
2012/13 “Open End”, Haus der Kunst (in of cooperation Sammlung Goetz), München, Germany
2012 Göteborg International Film Festival, Sweden
2011 “Hidden”, Maximilian Forum, Munich, Germany
“42nd International Film Festival Rotterdam”, Rotterdam, Netherlands
2010 “The Moderna exhibition”, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden
“Mutter – Neue Bilder in Kunst und Literatur”, Kulturzentrum der Minoriten, Graz, Austria
“En AnnnVäg/ Another Way Wanås”, Foundation Knisslinge, Sweden
2009 “Pabellón de la Urgencia, Murcia. The Fear Society”, curated by Jota Castro, Biennale Venezia 53rd International Art Exhibition, Italy
TULCA 2009 – Festival of Visual Arts, Galway, Ireland
2008 “Fluid Street – Alone, Together”, Museum of Contemporary Art KIASMA, Helsinki, Finland
“Human too human” – Fotografia Europea, Reggio Emilia, Italy
2007 “Into Me / Out of Me”, MACRO – Museo d`Arte Contemporanea, Roma, Italy
“Wege zur Selbstverständlichkeit – Set 4 aus der Sammlung des Fotomuseum Winterthur”, Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland
“Pepe Cobo y sus máquinas”, Palacio de Sástago, Diputación Provincial de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Spain
“Speed II”, Institut Valenciá d’Art Modern, Generalitat Valenciana, Valencia, Spain
“Documentos. La memoria histórica del futuro”, Koldo Mitxelena Kulturunea, San Sebastián, E, MARCO, Vigo, Spain
2006 “18: BECKET”, Blackwood Gallery University of Toronto at Mississauga, Mississauga, Canada
“Into Me / Out of Me”, PS 1 Contemporary Art Center, New York, USA; Kunstwerke, Berlin, Germany
“Anstoss Berlin – Kunst macht Welt.” Haus am Waldsee, Berlin, Germany
“Locuras contemporáneas”, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte, Reina Sofía, Madrid, Spain
“Melancholie. Genie und Wahnsinn in der Kunst”, Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany
“Documents”, the Memory of the Future, KM kulturunea, San Sebastian, Spain, travelling to MARCO, Vigo, Spain
“Archaeology of Reality”, Latvian Center for Contemporary Art LCCA, Riga, Latvia
“Touch My Shadows”, Centrum Sztuki, Warsaw, Poland “Speed”, Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin, Germany
“Konstfeminism/ Art Feminism”, Liljevalch’s Konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden
2005 “Project Migration”, Kölnischer Kunstverein, Cologne, Germany
“Becoming Animal”, MASS MoCA, Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, North Adams, Massachusetts USA
“Nach Rokytník – Die Sammlung der EVN”, MUMOK, Vienna, Austria
“Installationen und Skulpturen”, Galerie Tanit, München, Germany
“Konstfeminism/ Art Feminism”, Dunkers Kulturhus, Helsingborg, Sweden
2004 “Born to be a Star”, Sound Video, Installations and Performances, Künstlerhaus, Vienna, Austria
Sydney Biennial 2004, Sydney, Australia
“Volontary Memory”, Barbican Center Art Galleries, London, UK
“Perspectives @ 25”, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Texas, USA
“3 MPH”, Art Basel: Art Unlimited, Basel, Switzerland
“Berlin North – Zeitgenössische Künstler aus den nordischen Ländern in Berlin”, Nationalgalerie Berlin im Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, Germany
2003 “Somewhere Better than this place: Alternative Social Experience in Spaces of Contemporary Art”, The Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
“Independence”, South London Gallery, London, UK
“Micropolitics”, Part I & III, EACC Espai d’art Contemporani de Castelló, Spain
“Die Wohltat der Kunst. Post/Feministische Positionen der 90er Jahre aus der Sammlung Goetz”, Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden Baden, Germany
“Fast Forward”, ZKM Museum für Neue Kunst, Karlsruhe, Germany Art Basel, (Galerie Nordenhake, Berlin) Basel, Switzerland
“Women 2003”, organized by HanneLise Thomsen, Billboard project in Denmark and Sweden
“De bortbjudna – Malmoe Art Museum visits Rooseum Center for Contemporary Art”, Malmö, Sweden
2002 “Biennale of Sydney 2002”, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
“Acquisitions 2001, part 1 ”, photographs, video-installations, video National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens
“Eight Nordic Tales”, CGAC – Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea, Santiago de Compostela, Spain
“Elvis Has Just Left the Building”, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany
2001 “Let’s talk about Sex – Sexualitet und Körperlichkeit in der Gegenwart”, Kunst Haus Dresden, Germany
“CTRL (Space)”, ZKM, Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe, Germany
“Trauma”, Dundee Contemporary Arts, UK; Firstsite, Colchester, UK; MOMA, Oxford, UK
“Berlin Biennale für zeitgenössische Kunst”, Kunst Werke, Berlin, Germany
2000 “QM, I think I call her QM”, Hirschhorn Museum, Washington DC, USA
“Scène de la vie conjugale”, Villa Arson, Nice, France
“Through Melancholia and Charm – Four Installations”, Galerie Nordenhake, Berlin, Germany
“Wanås 2000”, The Wanås Foundation, Knislinge, Sweden
“Immodest Gazes”, Fundació La Caixa, Barcelona, Spain
“Kwangju Biennale 2000”, Kwangju, Korea
“Organising Freedom”, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden
“Kunstwegen”, public sculpture project comissioned by Stichting Kunstwegen Hardenberg, Nordhorn, Germany
1999 Carnegie International 1999/2000, Pittsburgh, USA
“Århundradenas konstverk: fem sekler, fem konstnärer, fem val”, Nationalmuseum, Stockholm, Sweden
“Fireworks”, De Appel, Amsterdam, Netherlands
“Eröffnungsausstellung”, Christine König & Franziska Lettner Galerie, Vienna, Austria
“Composite”, The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Oslo, Norway
“Dial M for…”, Kunstverein München, Germany
“dAPERTutto, La Biennale di Venezia”, Venice (curated by Harald Szeemann), Italy
“Two Doors – True Value”, Mai 36 Galerie, Zürich, Switzerland
“Midnight Walkers & City Sleepers”, Red Light District, Amsterdam, Netherlands
IFFR International Film Festival, Rotterdam, Netherlands
1998 “XXIV Bienal de São Paulo”, Sao Paulo, Brazil
“In Visible Light”, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden
“Manifesta 2”, Luxemburg
“Arkipelag; The King is not the Queen”, Nordiska Museet, Stockholm, Sweden
“Nuits Blanches”, ARC Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris, France
“Faróis distantes: Distant Lighthouses”, Fabrica, Porto Brandão, Lissabon, Portugal
“ALMA the girl”, The Alma Löv Museum, Smedsby, Östra Ämtervik, Sweden
“Art-Capsule”, Göteborgspaviljongen, Konstakuten, Stockholm, Sweden
1997 “Conspiracy”,The Soap Factory, Athens, Greece;
FOKA Forum of Keen Art, Thessaloniki, Greece;
Uppsala Konstmuseum, Uppsala, Sweden;
BildMuseet, Umeå, Sweden
“Zonen der ver-störung”, curated by Silvia Eiblmayr, Steiricher Herbst, Graz, Austria
“Clean & Sane”, curated by Maria Lind, Edsvik Konst och Kultur, Sollentuna , Stockholm, Sweden
“Invasion”, Saaremaa Biennial, Kingisepp, Russia
“Around Us, Inside Us”, Borås Konstmuseum, Sweden
“Letter & Event”, Apex Art Curatorial Program, New York, USA
“Tidsanda”, Malmö Museum, Malmö, Sweden
1996 “See What it Feels Like”, Rooseum, Malmö, Sweden
“False Notions”, Beam Gallery, Nijmegen, Netherlands
“Electronic Undercurrents: Art and Video in Europe”, Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen, Sweden
1995 “395’ ”, Sandvikens Konsthall, Sandviken, Sweden
“Streets”, Helsinki Art Hall, Helsinki, Finland
“A Tribute to Ingmar Bergman”, Nordanstad Gallery, New York, USA
“Strange Phenomena”, National Museum, Helsinki, Finland
“Hybrid No. 4”, The Kitchen, New York, USA
1994 “Who Has Enlarged This Hole?, Alice Fabian”, 53 W. 9th St., New York, USA
“Good Morning America”, PS.1. Studio Artist Group Show, PS.1. Museum, New York, USA
“Revir/Territory, (Good Morning America)” Kulturhuset, Stockholm, Sweden
1993 “Brown Tableaux for Five Monitors” Sundsvalls Museum, Sundsvall, Sweden
“Ad Hoc”, Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm, Sweden
“Prospect”, Fotografiska Museet, Stockholm, Sweden
“Pimpinette: Ladies’ Wear & Accessories”, Villa Val Lemme, Italy
“Spelets Regler/The Rules of The Game”, Johannes Kyrka, Stockholm, Sweden
1992 “Förskjutningar, The City Stones”, videoinstallation, Stockholms Stadsmuseum, Stockholm, Sweden
“Ecce Homo”, Liljevalchs Konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden
1991 AVE, Audio Visual Art Festival, Arnheim, Netherlands
“Swedish Avantgarde Film Program 1990-1994”, (organised by Anthology Film Archives), New York, USA
Performance and Happenings
1991 “Gretchens Monologue”, Fylkingen Stockholm, (also as radio theatre in collaboration with L. Ericsson), Stockholm, Sweden
1990 “Directaction, Queen of Mud Inspects the Art Fair”, Sollentuna, Sweden
“179 Kg, Come and Go, Act-90”, Kulturhuset, Stockholm, Sweden
1989 “Queen of Mud Visits the Perfume Counter”, Varuhuset NK, Stockholm, Sweden
1988 “TSSS, Greetings to the Swedish Farmers and their Asian Women”, Geneva, Switzerland
Film and video (single channel)
2007 Reversed Evolution, 9 min
2001 Prozim! Tschechischen Blumen, 8 min, 45 sec. video,
Head Gallery Piss Up, 11.22min. video
2000 Head Lake Piss Down, 7 min. video
1999 The Preparation, 38 min. video
1997 QM, I Think I Call Her QM, a film by Ann-Sofi Sidén and Tony Gerber. 28 min.
Room 1111, video by Ann-Sofi Sidén and Paul Giangrossi
1995 The Trailer for Who is Queen of Mud?, video
1994 Every Six Weeks, video
1993 CODEX, video
1991 Sofi’s Room, video
1990 Love Story, video
1988 Cookie Puss, 16 mm
1987 Life of a Sailor’s Wife, 16 mm
1986 I Still Got My Memory, video
Other activities
2011 “Same Unknown (Italian Hieroglyphs)”, Public artwork in Kumla, Sweden
2009 Screening of “QM, I Think I Call Her QM” at Itaú Cultural, São Paulo, “Films and Videos from the Sammlung Goetz”, curated by Susanne Touw
2007 Puzzled, public commission for Campus Gärdet , Stockholm, Sweden
1999 Rotterdam Film festival, Rotterdam, Netherlands
1998 “QM I Think I Call Her QM”, Biografen Zita, Stockholm, Sweden
First prize in Statens Konstråd’s public sculpture contest Platser (Places), Stockholm, Sweden
Screening of “QM, I Think I Call Her QM” at the Movie Theatre Zita, Stockholm, Sweden
1997 Rum i Rum (“Room Within the Room”) a surveillance installation for an electro-acoustic concert at SVR, the Radio House, Stockholm, Sweden
Theatre set design for Henry IV, by Pirandello, Directed by Jonas Cornell at Stadtsteatern, Stockholm, Sweden
Publications / Catalogues
2016 “Watched!” (exh. cat.), coop. between Hasselblad Foundation, Valand Academy, Kunsthal Aarhus, Image Gallery and C/O Berlin, published by Walther König, Berlin, Germany
2013 “1.pers.sing. – Künstlerkörper zwischen Selbstportrait und Performance” (exh.cat.), b-05 Montabaur, Kerber Verlag, Bielefeld/Berlin, Germany
2012 “Curtain Callers” (exh.cat.), Art and Theory, Stockholm, Sweden
2010 “Wanas 2010” (exh.cat.) The Wanas Foundation
2009 “The Friends of Moderna Museet Sculpture Award – The K.A. Lind Honorary Award”, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden
Ann-Sofi Sidén Moderna Museets Vänners Skulpturpis (K.A. Linds Hederspris)
2008 “In Passing”, exh. cat., Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden
“Fluid Street – Alone, Together”, exh. cat., Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma, Helsinki, Finland
“fotografia europea – umano troppo umano”, exhibition catalogue, Damiani Editore, Bologna, Italy
2007 “Pepe Cobo Y sus máquinas”, Diputación Provincial de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Spain
“Documentos. La memoria histórica del futuro”, Koldo Mitxelena Kuturunea, San Sebastián, Spain
2006 “Speed # 2”, IVAM Institut Valencià d‘Art Modern, Valencià, Spain
“Photo Art – Fotografie im 21. Jahrhundert”, Uta Grosenick, Thomas Seelig (Eds.), DuMont Buchverlag, Cologne, Germany
“Into Me / Out of Me”, PS 1 Contemporary Art Center, New York; Kunstwerke, Berlin; Museo d‘Arte Contemporáneo, Rome, Italy
“Anstoss Berlin -Kunst macht Welt”, Haus am Waldsee, Berlin, Germany
“18: Beckett”, Blackwood Gallery, text by Séamus Kealy, University of Toronto at Mississauga, Canada
2005 “Oito relatos nórdicos”, Centro Gallego de Arte Contemporánea, Xunta de Galicia, Spain
“Becoming Animal”, MASS MoCA Publications, North Adams, Massachusetts, USA
“Konsfeminism, Art Feminism Strategies and consequences in Sweden from the 1970s to the present”, Swedish Travelling Exhibitons, with essay by Griselda Pollock: ‘Art Feminism in an international frame’, Atlas
“Perspectives @ 25. A quarter of a century of new art in Houston” Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, EEUU
2004 “InBetween the Best of Worlds”, Moderna Museet Stockholm, exhib. cat. no 327, Göttingen, Germany
“Warte Mal!”, BAK, Utrecht, Netherlands (brochure)
“Berlin North”, Nationalgalerie Staatliche Museen zu Berlin im Hamburger Bahnhof, Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin, Germany
2003 “Ann-Sofi Sidén”, Kölnischer Kunstverein, Cologne, Germany
“Micro politicas”, EACC Espai d’art Contemporani de Castelló, Spain
2002 “Warte Mal ! – Prostitution after the Velvet Revolution”, Hayward Gallery, texts by Susan Ferleger Brades, Robert Fleck and Ann-Sofi Sidén, London, UK
“Ann-Sofi Sidén – The Panning Eye Revisted”, Musée d‘art moderne de la ville de Paris, preface by Laurence Bossé, texts by Gertrud Sandqvist, Julia Garimorth, Alain Didier-Weill and Gregory Volk
2001 “Ann-Sofi Sidén – Enquête. The Panning Eye Revisited”, Musée d‘art moderne de la ville de Paris, preface by Laurence Bossé, texts by Gertrud Sandqvist, Julia Garimorth, Alain Didier-Weill and Gregory Volk
“CTRL (Space)”, ZKM, Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe, Germany
“Mirades Impúdiques”, Fundació la Caixa, Barcelona, Spain
“Kunstwegen, das Reisebuch”, published by Stichting Kunswegen, Martin Köttering & Roland Nachtigäller
2000 “Warte Mal!”, Wiener Secession, Vienna, with text by Erik van der Heeg Organising Freedom, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden
Århundradenas konstverk, The National Museum, Stockholm, Sweden
“Wanås 2000”, The Wanås Foundation, Knislinge
1999 Carnegie International, Pittsburgh
Composite/Sammensatt, The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Oslo, Norway
Dial M for…, Kunstverein München, Germanyext by Sabine Russ and Ann-Sofi Sidén
La Biennale di Venezia 48, d’APERTutto, text by Robert Fleck
“Warte Mal!”, Wiener Secession, Vienna, with text by Erik van der Heeg
1998 XXIV Bienal de São Paulo, Text by Maria Lind, interview by Mats Stjernstedt
“In Visible Light”, Moderna Museet, Stockholm
“Manifesta 2”, Luxemburg
“Nuits Blanches, Scènes nordiques: les années 90”, Paris
Arkipelag, Stockholm – European Culture Capital, Stockholm, Sweden
Faróis distantes: Distant Lighthouses, Fabrica, Porto Brandão, Lissabon, Portugal
“Platser (Places)”, Statens konstråd, Stockholm, Sweden
Konst på bio, Stockholm, Sweden
1997 “Conspiracy“, E synomosia, The Soap Factory, Athens; FOKA, Greece
Forum of Keen Art, Thessaloniki, Greece
Uppsala Konstmuseum, Uppsala,
BildMuseet, Umeå, Sweden
“Zonen der Ver-Störung”, Steirischer Herbst, Graz, Austria
“Clean & Sane”, Edsvik, Sollentuna, Sweden
“Around Us, Inside Us”, Borås Konstmuseum, Borås, Sweden
“Invasion“, Saaremaa Biennial, Estonia
“Letter & Event“, Apex Gallery, New York, USA
1996 “Se What it Feels Like”, Rooseum, Malmö, Sweden
“Electronic Undercurrents: Art and Video in Europe”, Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen, Sweden
1995 “Strange Phenomena”, National Museum, Helsingfors/Helsinki, No. 144. It’s by confining one’s neighbor, that one is convinced of one’s own sanity Excerpts from Alice Fabians diary. Text by Ann-Sofi Sidén,
Galerie Nordenhake, UTICA Publishing, Stockholm, Sweden
1994 “Revir/Territory”, Kulturhuset, Stockholm, Sweden
P.S.1 Museum’s Studio Program, New York, USA
1993 “Spelets Regler/The Rules of the Game”, Stockholm, Sweden
Art Against AIDS, Royal Academy, Stockholm, Sweden
“CODEX“, Published by Riksutställningar. Excerpt from court verdicts, 1500- 1900 century. Text by Maria Lind
1991 Swedish Avantgarde film 1924-1990, Anthology Film Archive, New York, text: Ilmar Laaban
Articles / Catalogues
2008 Clemens Poellinger, “Bonniers konsthall“, Svenska Dagbladet, 7 September 2008, pp. K17
Sophie Allgårdh, “Tung väg mot spädbarnsinkastet”, Svenska Dagbladet, 6 September 2008 Håkan Nilsson, “Starkt och känslosamt. Ett verk om en svårbegriplig handling.”, Dagens Nyheter, 6 September 2008 Erica Treijs, “Knock out-mästare”, Svenska Dagbladet, 31 August 2008, pp. K6 – 7
Nils Forsberg, “Ett nytt liv i luckan”, Expressen, 30 August 2008
Cristina Karlstam, “Att lämna sitt barn”, Upsala Nya Tidning, 30 August 2008, pp. B6
Cristina Karlstam, “Vid livets vändpunkter”, Upsala Nya Tidning, 30 August 2008
Ulrika Stahre, “Det mest förbjudna”, Aftenbladet, 30 August 2008
Elin Viksten, “Sidén om separationens smärta”, TTELA, 28 August 2008, s. 02 pp. 37
Lars Epstein, photo, “Baby Klappe”, Dagens Nyheter, 24 August 2008, pp. K3
Ingalill Österberg, “Kiasma öppnar nya fönster”, Österbottens Tidning, 25 May 2008 Camilla Wasastjerna, “Gatan är ett vardagsrum när Kiasma firar sina tioår”, Hufvudstadsbladet, 25 May 2008
Otso Kantokorpi, “Kaduilla tuulee Kiasman juhliessa”, Ilkka, 21 May 2008
Sanna Nikula, “Kiasma jakaa mielipiteet edelleen”, Keskiphjanmaa, 12 May 2008
Sanna Nikula, “Kiasman juhlanäyttelyssä hengataan kadulla”, Satakunnan Kansa, 11 May 2008
Sanna Nikula, “Kiasman juhlanäyttelyssä hengataan kadulla“, Hämeen Sanomat, 10 May 2008
Sanna Nikula, “Modernin taiteen museon sijasta saatiinkin nykytaiteen banaani”, Etelä-Saimaa, 10 May 2008
Jaakko Rönkkö, “Huumori ja suru kohtaavat”, Savon Sanomat, 10 May 2008
Marja-Terttu Kivirinta, “Kadun Kovuus näkyy taiteessa”, Helsingin Sanomat, 9 May 2008
Radion kulttuuriuutiset, “Kiasman juhlanäyttely tuo kaupunkien kadut museoon”, YLE Uutiset, <http://www.yle.fi/uutiset/kulttuuri/oikea/id90160.html>, 9 May 2008
Otso Kantokorpi, “Kiasma pyrkii jälleen kaduille”, Kauppalehti, 8 May 2008
Satu Itkonen, “Kiasmassa on juhlan aika”, Kirkko & kaupunki, volume 20, 2008
Gertrud Sandqvist, “Ann-Sofi Sidén”, n. paradoxa internacional art journal, volume 21, 2008
2007 Isabel Lafont, “Tragedias a camara lenta”, El Pais, 7 December 2007
Juan Jose Santos, “Ann-Sofi Sidén”, El Lapiz
Vincente Jarque, “Carriles de aceleración”, elpais.com, 24 February 2007
Vicente Jarque, “Movimiento, velocidad y aceleración”, masdearte.com,
“Speed 2, La velocidad de las màquinas”, ivam.es, 2007
Laura Revuelta, “Bajo un estado de vigilancia intensiva”, ABCD Las Artes y Las Letras (ABC), November 10, pp. 38 – 39
Elena Vozmediano, “Ann-Sofi Sidén, el instinto anestesiado”, El Cultural (El Mundo), November 8, pp. 30 – 31
Amber Gibson, “Ann-Sofi Sidén”, interview, EXIT Express, Nr. 31, pp. 47
2006 Ken Johnson, “The Shock of the Body in its Messy Corporality”, in: New York Times, USA, art review, p. 26-27
2004 Catrin Lorch, “Moritaten vom gefallenen Mädchen“, FAZ Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Frankfurt/Main,Germany, 2004-03-12
Juan Vicente Aliaga, “Ann-Sofi Sidén. Galeria Pepe Cobo”, Artforum International, Summer 2004
2003 Claire Bishop, “Video Killed the Radio Star. Ann-Sofi Sidén, Anri Sala, Mark Leckey.” Flash Art Int. # 232, October 2003
Hubbard P., “In the border-zone: Warte Mal! – a video installation by Ann-Sofi Sidén“, Cultural Geographies vol. 10, # 1, January 2003
Jean-Ernest Joos, “Être un parmi d‘autres. L‘unicité de l‘artiste face à l‘anonymat; Being one among others: the uniqueness of the artist in the face of anonymity”, Parachute: Contemporary Art Magazine, 2003-01-01
2002 Morgan Falconer, “Beautiful strangers: Morgan Falconer hooks up with the artist who has documented the prostitutes of Dubi”, New Statesman, 2002-01-28
Dieter Buchhart, “Grenzen des Alltags“, Kunstforum Int.06/07
Rachel Withers, “Ann-Sofi Siden: Hayward Gallery”, Artforum International, April 2002
Catherine Wood, “Ann- Sofi Sidén”, Art Monthly, # 254,
March Claire Bishop, “Illicit border thrills”, The Evening Standard (London), 2002-01-28
Ann-Sofi Sidén, “A rural incident…” Mutations, by Reem Koolhaas, Stefano B. Sanford, Kwinter, Nadia Tazi, H U Obrist
2001 Giolla Leith, Caoimhin Mac, „Trauma: Dundee Contemporary Arts”, Artforum International, December 2001
Cedric Aurelle, “Ann-Sofi Sidén (Enquête. The Panning Eye Revisited)”,
Parachute: Contemporary Art Magazine, July 2001
Jan Estep, “Feral Children and the Queen of Mud”, New Art Examiner, March 2001
Lars O. Ericsson, “Människor som du och jag”, Dagens Nyheter, March 15
Jennifer Allen, “Through Melancholia and Charm”, NU: The Nordic Art Review, # 1, 2001
Mats Stjernstedt, “Ann-Sofi Sidén, Norrköpings Konstmuse um”, Artforum International, September 2001
Geneviève Breerette, “Gillian Wearing et Ann-Sofi Sidén, deux vidiastes en quête de réalité”, Le Monde, 2001-04-05
Jan Estep, “Feral Children and the Queen of Mud”, New Art Examiner, March 2001
2000 Gregory Volk, “On Ann-Sofi Sidén‘s ‚Fideicommissum”, Camera Austria, Nov 2000
Harald Fricke, interview with Ann-Sofi Sidén, Kunst-Bulletin Jan/Feb. 2000
1999 Katy Siegel, “1999 Carnegie International”, Artforum, Jan 1999
Roberta Smith, “Carnegie International: Safe Among the Seamless Shadows”, The New York Times, Nov 17, 1999
Daniel Birnbaum, “Shrink Rap”, Artforum, Summer 1999
Maria Lind, “Peeping on the Chambermaid“, Flash Art, Summer
Milou Allerholm, “Ann-Sofi Sidén’s installation is…”, NU: The Nordic Art Review 1/1999
1998 Daniel Birnbaum, “All Together Now”, Frieze No. 42, 1998
Lars O. Ericsson, „The Queen of Mud Strikes Again”, SIKSI N. 1
Justin Hoffman, „Zonen der Ver-störung” Kunstforum International No. 139, Dec 1997-March 1998
1997 Daniel Birnbaum, „Cumulus”, Parkett No. 50/51, 1997
Sabine Russ, “Sabine Russ visits the studio of Ann-Sofi Sidén”, TRANS Arts.Culture.Media, # 5, 1997
Daniel Birnbaum, “Drömda landskap”, Dagens Nyheter, 05/21
1996 Sarah Arrenius, “A Mud Queen as TV-star”, Index, No. 1, 1996
Margareta Rossholm-Lagerlöf, “Ann-Sofi Sidén”, Index, No. 1
Maria Lind, “Trots”, Index, # 3/4, 1996
Daniel Birnbaum, “Ann-Sofi Sidén at Galerie Nordenhake”, Artforum International, # 6, Feb 1996
Maria Lind, Svenska Dagbladet, 1996
1995 Erik van der Heeg, Daniel Birnbaum, “The Diary of a Lady Who Disappeared”, Material, # 27, 1995
Milou Allerholm, “Psykopatologens vardagsliv”, Expressen, Sep 11, 1995
Sara Arrhenius, “Vem övervakar övervakarna?”, Aftonbladet, Sep 15, 1995
Ingela Lind, “Som en Hitchcockfilm” Dagens Nyheter, Sep 6
Maria Lind, “Med besatthet som råmaterial”, Svenska Dagbladet, Sep 9, 1995
Ulrika Levin, “Ann-Sofi Sidén”, Paletten, # 4, 1995
1994 Kim Levin, “Down the Rabbit Hole”, The Village Voice, No. 27
Maria Lind, “Om Ann-Sofi Sidéns konst”, Hjärnstorm , # 48, 1994
David Lindsay, “Mad House: Art That Immitates an Eccentric Life”, New York Post, 1994
Milou Allerholm, “The Violence Of Everyday Life”, Index, No. 3/4, 1994
1993 Magnus Bärtås, “90-tal presenterar Maria Lindberg och Ann-Sofi Sidén”, 90-tal, No. 2/3, 1993
Ingamaj Beck, “Guds makt – och bödelns”, Aftonbladet, 1993
Ingamaj Beck, “Metamorfoser”, Aftonbladet Kultur, 1993
1991 Susanne Skoglund, Bang, No. 1, 1991
Residencies
2003 Atelier Augarten, Viena, Austria
2002 Art Pace San Antonio, Texas, USA
2001-02 DAAD, Berlin, Germany
1993-94 PS1 Studio program, New York, USA
1989 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine, USA
Collections
Borås Konstmuseum, Borås, Sweden
CGAC – Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea, Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Dunkers Kulturhus Helsingborg, Sweden
EVN Sammlung, Vienna, Austria
Kalmar Slott, Kalmar, Sweden
Kiasma Helsinki, Finland
Magasin 3, Stockholm, Sweden