LISA LE FEUVRE

BIOGRAPHY

BIOGRAPHY

Lisa Le Feuvre is a curator, writer, editor and public speaker. She is the inaugural Executive Director of Holt/Smithson Foundation, an artist-endowed foundation dedicated to furthering the creative legacies of the Nancy Holt (1938-2014) and Robert Smithson (1938-73).

Focusing on art as a powerful force to retune perceptions, Le Feuvre’s research takes the form of exhibitions, publications, collections and public lectures. Committed to communicating and testing ideas, she has curated exhibitions in museums and galleries across Europe, published her writings in international publications and journals, spoken in museums and universities across the world and has played a pivotal role in shaping academic and arts organisations.

Between 2010 and 2017 Le Feuvre was Head of Sculpture Studies at the Henry Moore Institute, a part of the Henry Moore Foundation. Directing the research component of the largest artist foundation in Europe, she led a programme of education, research, publications and exhibitions. She curated exhibitions that include Jiro Takamatsu: The Temperature of SculptureThe Body Extended: Sculpture and ProstheticsGego: Line as ObjectKatrina Palmer: The Necropolitan Line and The Event Sculpture and edited the Institute’s journal Essays on Sculpture.

Prior to this she co-curated the quinquennial exhibition British Art Show 7: In the Days of the Comet (2009-10) with Tom Morton, taught on the post-graduate Curatorial Programme at Goldsmiths College (2004-10), led the contemporary art programme at the National Maritime Museum (2005-09), and until 2004 was Course Director of the post-graduate programme in Arts Policy and Management at Birkbeck College, University of London.

Le Feuvre served on the 2018 Turner Prize Selection Committee and the 2019 Arnaldo Pomodoro Sculpture Prize; on the selection panel for the 2015 British Pavilion at the Venice Biennial; and on the jury for the first Hepworth Sculpture Prize in 2016. She is a non-executive director of Book Works and sits on the Advisory Committee for the Artists’ Lives, a part of the British Library’s National Life Stories oral history programme.

Twitter: @llefeuvre
Instagram: @lefeuvrelisa

PROJECT

Lisa Le Feuvre (Executive Director, Holt/Smithson Foundation) has invited artist Charlotte Prodger to join her for the 2019 Curatorial Residency. She is currently researching Nancy Holt’s interest in journeys, systems and landscape, with a particular interest in her moving image work. Holt is an importance reference point for Prodger, and during their time in Rio they will think through what it means to look at Holt’s films today and will present a series of public screenings.

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Museums and galleries

2017–present Inaugural Executive Director, Holt/Smithson Foundation, USA
2010–17 Head of Sculpture Studies, Henry Moore Institute, UK
2005–09 Curator of Contemporary Art, National Maritime Museum, UK
2004–09 Co-director, A Conversation in Many Parts, UK
2003–05 Parknights Co-ordinator, Serpentine Gallery, UK
2003–04 Exhibition Curator, The Photographers’ Gallery, UK (one year visiting post)
2002–03 Curator of Public Programmes, Tate Britain, UK (one year visiting post)
2001–04 Artist Professional Development Trainer, Space Place, UK
2000–present Independent curator and writer
2000–01 Founding Director, Hoxton Distillery, UK
1997–2002 Programme Organiser: Talks and Events, The Photographers’ Gallery, UK
Academia
2016–17 Doctoral Supervisor: University of the Arts, London
2015 External Examiner: PhD Fine Art, University of Leeds
2014–17 External Examiner: Curatorial Programme, Royal College of Art, London 2015 External Examiner: PhD Fine Art, Goldsmiths, University of London
2013 External Examiner: Masters Fine Art, Malmo Art Academy, Sweden 2012 External Examiner: PhD Fine Art, Royal College of Art, London 2011 External Examiner: MSc by Research, Art History, Edinburgh University
2006–11 External Examiner: Masters Fine Art, Ruskin School of Art, Oxford University 2004–10 Senior Lecturer, Curatorial Programme, Goldsmiths, University of London 2007–08 Lecturer, MA Contemporary Art, Sotheby’s Institute, London 2004
07 Lecturer, BA Arts Management, London Southbank University 1998–2004 Course Director, MA Arts Policy and Management, Birkbeck College, London 2002–03 Lecturer, Foundation Art and Design, Chelsea School of Art, London

Education, Training and Residencies

Inclusartiz Institute Curatorial Residency, Brazil (forthcoming, 2019)
Aspen Institute of Artist-Endowed Foundations Leadership Seminar, University of Miami
Keith Johnstone Improvisation Masterclass, London
Henry Moore Institute Research Fellowship
London Electronic Arts, Digital Masterclass
MA Visual Culture, Middlesex University
Diploma in Arts Administration and Management, Roehampton Institute
BA Architecture, University of Westminster
Foundation in Social Sciences, University of Westminster 3

Current Affiliations

Advisory Board: British Library National Life Stories, Artists’ Lives, 2010-present
Editorial Board: Tate Etc, London
Ambassador: Chelsea Arts Club Trust, London, 2011-present
Trustee and Chair of US Advisory Committee: Book Works, 2018-present
Nominator: Nasher Center Sculpture Prize, Dallas 2015-present
Nominator: Jarman Award, London 2009-present

Completed Affiliations

Jury: Arnaldo Pomodoro Foundation Prize, 2019
Jury: Turner Prize, 2018
Judge: Red Mansion Prize 2017
Judge: Solo Award 2017
Advisor: Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh 2017
Advisor: My Art / Your Sculpture 2015-17
Selection Committee: Birmingham Big Art Foundation 2017
Selection Committee: The Hepworth Wakefield Sculpture Prize 2016
Selector: Mousse (issue 51): 1985-1995 Exhibition Views
Selection Panel: British representation in Venice Biennale 2015
Advisor: National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, Women to Watch 2015
Editorial Board: Art in Translation, Edinburgh, 2014-17
Judge: Woon Foundation Painting and Sculpture Art Prize, Newcastle 2014
Selector: Stephen Cripps / Acme Studio Award 2013
Nominator: Paul Hamlyn Award 2013
Judge: Max Mara Prize 2013
Judge: Mark Tanner Sculpture Award 2013
Judge: Leeds University FUAM Award 2013
Advisor: international emerging galleries at Art First London Art Fair 2012-13
Nominator: Armsden London Art Now 2012
Assessor: Warhol Foundation Writers’ Awards 2012
Advisor: Inheritance in Lieu of Tax 2012
Advisor: Art Fund Acquisitions 2012
Steering Committee: Rethinking Modernisms Research Centre, Tate Liverpool 2011-13
Judge: 176 / Zabludowicz Collection Curatorial Open 2011
Trustee: Book Works 2010–15; Treasurer: Book Works 2015-17
Judge: Claremont Open, Ireland 2010
Trustee: Pavilion, Leeds 2009-14
Advisor: The Arts Catalyst, London 2008–12
Arts Council of England Assessment Pilot Evaluator 2008
Advisor: Curating Architecture, Goldsmiths College 2006–08
Funding Panel Wellcome Trust SciArt 2005–07
Advisor: Axis Artists’ Network 2005–07 4

Grants received

14–18 NOW: WW1 Centenary Commissions
Art Fund
artEDU Foundation
Arts and Humanities Research Council
Arts Council England
Association of Art Historians
Austrian Cultural Foundation
British Council
Camden Arts Services
Chelsea Arts Club Trust
Creative Scotland
Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation
Erste Foundation
Fundación Cisneros
Funding Awards
German Federal Cultural Foundation
Goldsmiths Research Fund
Graham Foundation
Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation UK
Henry Moore Foundation
James Cohen Foundation
Japan Foundation
Leeds City Council
Leeds Art Fund
Mike Holland Trust
Romanian Cultural Institute
Stanley Thomas Johnson Stiftung
Terra Foundation
The Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia
V&A Purchase Grant Fund
Visiting Arts
Wakefield Council
Westminster Council
Yorkshire Festival
other private and anonymous support

Selected curatorial projects

2017 Aleksandra Domanović: Votives
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
Jiro Takamatsu: The Temperature of Sculpture
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
2016 Eleanor Antin: ‘CARVING: A Traditional Sculpture’ (1972)
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
A Lesson in Sculpture with John Latham
Bernard Aubertin, Marcel Broodthaers, Barry Flanagan, Mary Kelly, Yves Klein, John Latham,
Gordon Matta-Clark, Annea Lockwood, Josiah McElheny, Cornelia Parker, Katie Paterson,
Michelangelo Pistoletto, Carey Young
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
The Body Extended; Sculpture and Prosthetics
Bruce Angrave, Matthew Barney, Yael Bartana, Blatchford Ltd., Louise Bourgeois,
Martin Boyce, Stuart Brisley, Anna Coleman Ladd, Francis Derwent Wood, Jacob Epstein,
Charles & Ray Eames, James Gillingham. Heinrich Hoerle, Rebecca Horn, Michael Kienzer.
Wyndham Lewis, Alice Lex-Nerlinger, MacKay Ltd., Horace Nicholls, Walter Pichler,
Oskar Schlemmer, Hugh Steeper Ltd., Rebecca Warren, Franz West
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
2015 Eileen Agar: Natural Ready-mades
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
Paul Neagu: Palpable Sculpture
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
Katrina Palmer: The Necropolitan Line
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
Christine Kozlov: Information (with Jo Melvin and Pavel Pyš)
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds 5
2014 Sculptors Papers from the Henry Moore Institute
Lawrence Bradshaw, Jacob Epstein, Rose Finn-Kelcey, Alfred Hardiman, Paul Neagu,
Oscar Nemon, Neal White
Whitechapel Gallery, London
Thomas Houseago
for Yorkshire Sculpture Triangle, Leeds Art Gallery and Yorkshire Sculpture Park
The Event Sculpture
Lara Favaretto, Urs Fischer, Ceal Floyer, Simone Forti, Simon Martin,
Anthony McCall, Maria Nordman, Tino Sehgal, Roman Signer
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
Ian Kiaer: Tooth House
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds; Focal Point, Southend
D’Arcy Wentworth Thompson: On Growth and Form
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
Lygia Clark: Organic Planes
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds; Henry Moore Foundation, Perry Green
2013 Robert Filliou: The Institute of Endless Possibilities
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
Dennis Oppenheim: Thought Collision Factories
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
Gego: Line as Object
Hamburger Kunsthalle, Stuttgart Kunstmuseum and Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
2012 Michael Dean: Government
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
John McCracken: ‘IV’ and ‘Neon’
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
Vlassis Caniaris: Composition
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
Sarah Lucas: Ordinary Things
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
Landscape into Sculpture: Six Film Interruptions
National Film Theatre, London
Salon Selection
S1, Sheffield
2011 Henry Moore: Prints and Portfolios
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, with David Mitchinson
Mario Merz: What Is To Be Done?
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds and Bildmuseet, Umea, Sweden
Stephen Sutcliffe: Runaway, Success
Stills, Edinburgh
2010 Alexander and Susan Maris: The Pursuit of Fidelity (a ‘retrospective’)
Stills, Edinburgh 6
Donald Smith’s Partial History of Exhibitions 1993-2010
Chelsea Space, London
Jeremy Millar: Amongst Others
Plymouth Arts Centre
British Art Show 7: In the Days of the Comet (with Tom Morton)
Charles Avery, Karla Black, Becky Beasley, Juliette Blightman, Duncan Campbell,
Varda Caivano, Spartacus Chetwynd, Steven Claydon, Cullinan Richards,
Matthew Darbyshire, Milena Dragicevic, Luke Fowler, Michael Fullerton, Alasdair Gray,
Brian Griffiths, Roger Hiorns, Ian Kiaer, Kirschner & Panos, Sarah Lucas, Christian Marclay,
Simon Martin, Nathaniel Mellors, Haroon Mirza, David Noonan, The Otolith Group,
Mick Peter, Gail Pickering, Olivia Plender, Elizabeth Price, Karin Ruggaber, Edgar Schmitz,
Maaike Schoorel, George Shaw, Wolfgang Tillmans, Sue Tompkins, Phoebe Unwin,
Tris Vonna Michell, Emily Wardill, Keith Wilson
Nottingham Contemporary; Nottingham Castle Museum; New Art Exchange
Hayward Gallery, London
CCA; Tramway; Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow
Plymouth Arts Consortium
2009 Renée Green: Endless Dreams and Water Between
National Maritime Museum, London
Jeremy Millar: Given
National Maritime Museum, London
Joachim Koester: Poison Protocols and Other Histories
Stills, Edinburgh
2008 Economies of Attention: Leisure, Resistance, Desire and Labour
Art & Language, Claire Barclay, Fiona Banner, Patrick Caulfield, Susan Collis,
Dan Graham, Gary Hume, Emma Kay, Idris Khan, Michael Landy, Paul Lincoln,
Jeremy Dellar. Gregory Green, Mona Hatoum, Richard McConnell, David Noonan,
Toby Paterson, John Stzeaker, Keith Tyson, Rebecca Warren
Arts Council of England National Office, London
Simon Patterson: The Undersea World and Other Stories
National Maritime Museum, London
Jem Finer: Longplayer
Royal Observatory Greenwich, National Maritime Museum, London
2007 Esther Shalev-Gerz: Echoes in Memory
National Maritime Museum, London
Lawrence Weiner: Inherent in the Rhumb Line
National Maritime Museum, London
2006 Dan Holdsworth: At the Edge of Space Parts 1 – 3
National Maritime Museum, London; Stills, Edinburgh (2007)
Simon Faithfull: Iceblink
Stills, Edinburgh; Parkers Box, New York; Cell, London
Dennis Oppenheim: Recall
MOT, London
2005 Avalanche 1970-1976
Chelsea Space, London 7
2004 Hashem El Madani: Studio Practices (with Akram Zataari)
The Photographers’ Gallery, London; Sfeir-Semler Gallery, Beirut (2005); La Caixa Forum, Barcelona (2006)
Pierre Bourdieu: In Algeria: Testimonies of Uprooting (with Camera Austria)
The Photographers’ Gallery, London
Donovan Wylie: The Maze (with Magnum Photographs)
The Photographers’ Gallery, London
Citigroup Photography Prize 2004
Robert Adams, Peter Fraser, David Goldblatt, Joel Sternfeld
The Photographers’ Gallery; Museum Kunst Palast, Düsseldorf
Mediterranean: Between Reality and Utopia
Edouard-Denis Baldus, Gabriele Basilico, Bleda y Rosa, Christophe Bourguedieu,
Martin Cole, Dmitris Constantin, Louis De Clerq, Ad van Denderen, Eric Fischl,
Gunter Förg, Julie Ganzin, Eric Kessels, Jacques-Henri Lartigue, Rosell Meseguer,
Vesna Pavlovic, Mark Räder, Guy Raz, Xavier Ribas, Youssef Safieddine, August Sander,
Sebah & Joallier, Efrat Shvily, Joel Sternfeld, Enrico Verzaschi, Seçil Yersil
The Photographers’ Gallery, London
2003 Gordon Matta-Clark: The Space Between
CCA, Glasgow; Architectural Association, London
Edgar Schmitz: i n s u l a t o r
1000000mph Project Space, London
Per Hüttner: I Am A Curator
Chisenhale Gallery, London
2001 Simon Woolham
Hoxton Distillery, London
Richard Couzins
Hoxton Distillery, London
Neil Chapman & Steven Claydon
Hoxton Distillery, London
Close To You: Tom Gleeson and Claudine Hartzel
Hoxton Distillery, London
The Poster The Show
Tonico Lemos Auod, Steven Claydon & Neil Chapman, John Hanson & Richard Paul,
Jens Kabbish. Marcelle Price, Yeu Lai Mo, Robert Wilson
Hoxton Distillery, London
2000 Sodium Blindness
Helen Couchman, Sarah Conway, Lyn Marsh, Vicki Wetherill, Shizuka Yokomizo
APT Gallery, London
The Reflective Surface / Where Did You Find Me?
Martyn Simpson, Shizuka Yokomizo, Anna Brag, Per Hüttner, Bengt Olof Johansson, Clifton Steinberg
Cable Factory, Helsinki; Fargfabriken, Stockholm; Fotogalerie, Vienna; Incubator, London; James Hockey Gallery, Farnham
Photocine: David Shrigley and Gregory Crewdson
Curzon Soho, London; Clapham Picture House; Stratford East Picture House, London; Duke of York’s Picture House, Brighton; Exeter Picture House; Cambridge Picture House; Phoenix Picture House, Oxford 8

A to Z of Guest lectures / seminars

A Arnolfini, Bristol; Arts Council England, London; Aspen Institute of Artist Endowed Foundation at MoMA PS1; Aspen Institute of Artist Endowed Foundation at the Whitney Museum of American Art; Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth
B Barbican Art Gallery, London; Bath Spa University; Bartlett School of Architecture, London; BBC Radio 3 and 4; BBC World Service; Book Works, London; British Council, Beijing
C Camberwell School of Arts, London; Camden Arts Centre, London; Cell Project Space, London; Centre for the Humanities, Graduate Center, City of New York University; Central Saint Martins School of Art, London; Chelsea School of Art and Design, London; Chisenhale Gallery, London; Christies Education, London; Common Guild, Glasgow; Contemporary Art Society, London; Cornerhouse, Manchester; Courtauld Institute of Art, London; Crawford College of Art and Design, Cork
D David Roberts Art Foundation, London; David Zwirner Gallery, London; Dia Art Foundation, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee
E Eastside Projects, Birmingham; Ecole de beaux arts, Paris
F Flat Time House, London; Folkestone Triennial
G Galerie M Bochum, Germany; Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna, Rome; Glasgow School of Art; Glasgow University; Graduate Centre, City University of New York; Guimarães City of Culture 2012, Portugal
H Harris Museum, Preston; Hauser and Wirth, Zurich; Hay on Wye Literary Festival; Henry Moore Institute, Leeds; Henry Moore Studios and Gardens, Much Hadham; Humboldt University, Berlin
I ICA, London; Ingelby Gallery, Edinburgh; Inverleith House, Edinburgh
J Japan Foundation, London
K Kettles Yard, Cambridge; Kingsgate Gallery, London; Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kassel
L Leeds Beckett University; Leeds Communities Foundation; Leeds School of Art; Leeds University; Lismore Castle Arts, Ireland; Lisson Gallery, London; London College of Communication, London
M Malmo Art Academy, Sweden; Manchester Chinese Arts Centre; Manchester Art Gallery; Manchester Metropolitan University; Mead Gallery, Warwick Arts Centre; MiArt 2014, Milan; Modern Art Oxford; Museion, Bolzano, Italy; Museums Association Conference, Liverpool; Muzeum Narodowe, Warsaw, Poland; Muzeum Sztuki, Łódź, Poland; Musashino University, Tokyo
N National Museum of Women in the Arts, London; New Art Gallery, Walsall; Newcastle University; Nomas Foundation, Rome; Nottingham Trent University; Nottingham Contemporary
P Periferico Centro Arte Contemporanea, Caracas; Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford; Portikus, Frankfurt
Q Queensland College of Art, Brisbane
R Rational Rec, London; Resonance FM; Roehampton Institute, London; Royal Academy of Arts, London; Royal College of Art, London
S S1, Sheffield; Sabanci University, Istanbul, Turkey; San Francisco Art Institute; Serpentine Gallery, London; Sheffield Hallam University; The Showroom, London; Simon Lee Gallery, London; Site Gallery, Sheffield; Slade School of Art, London; Städelschule, Frankfurt; Stills Gallery, Edinburgh; South London Gallery; Stroud Valley Arts; Sprueth Magers Gallery, London; Sudeley Castle
T Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh; Tate Britain; Tate Modern; The Hepworth Wakefield; The Tetley, Leeds; Tirade Art Foundation, Timisoara, Romania; Touchstones, Rochdale
U University College Dublin; Universität der Künste Berlin; University of Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane; University of Salford
V Valand Art School, Gothenburg University, Sweden
W Western Washington University, Bellingham; Whitechapel Gallery, London; White Space Gallery, London; Wimbledon School of Art 9
Z Zabludowicz Collection, London

Selected short piece magazine and journal contributions

Art in America, New York
Art Forum, New York
Artists’ Newsletter, Newcastle
Art Monthly, London
Burlington, London
D<Tour, London
Ditched, London
Engage, London
Galleries, London
Index Stockholm
KATALOG, Copenhagen
Lux on-line, London
Make, London
Map, Glasgow
Next Level, London
Parachute, Montreal
Tema Celeste, Milan
Time Out, London
The East newspaper, London
Tank, London
Themepark, London

Selected authored publications

2019 Lives of the Artists: on Paul Neagu
In Tate Etc 45; ISSN 1743-8853; pp101-103
Mario Merz: an art that matters
Hangar Bicocca, Milan [forthcoming]
Eva Rothschild: Props of Power
Scotland at Venice [forthcoming]
2018 ‘Staging/object/film: considering Robert Morris at Tate Gallery in 1971’
in Sculpture and Film; Routledge; ISBN 9781409419389; pp 142-157
‘Language and Objects: Katrina Palmer’s Gravity’
in Katrina Palmer: The Coffin Jump; Yorkshire Sculpture Park; ISBN 9781908432407; pp13-18
‘‘I am not a sculptor’: this unsatisfactory sculpture of Günther Förg’
in Günther Förg: A Fragile Beauty; Yale University Press; ISBN 9780300229226; pp111-144
‘“Bonus” Extend, exceed, enhance: prosthetics and sculpture’
in Sportification: Eurovisions, Performativity and Playgrounds 1965-99; Vianindustriae Publishing;
ISBN 9788897753292; pp101-5 (edited reprint of 2016 text)
2017 ‘On Museo di Castelvecchio by Carlo Scarpa’
in Mousse 61: On Display; Milan; ISSN 20352565; p73
David Magán: The Weight of Colour;
Galeriá Cayon; ISBN 9788469775332
‘Loose Density’
in Michael Kienzer; Gerhard Marcks Haus; ISBN 9783868324204; pp58-93
‘Public? Sculpture?’
Art Monthly No. 409; ISSN 01426702; pp11-15
‘Tuning Perception’
in Jiro Takamatsu: The Temperature of Sculpture; Henry Moore Institute; ISBN 9781905462599; pp10-32
‘On the Artist’s Failure’ (with Peter Lewis)
in Beaux Artes de Paris; ISBN 9782840565055; pp87-103 10
‘Responses: Giacometti And Contemporary Art’
in Alberto Giacometti; Tate Publishing; ISBN 9781849764605; pp84-87
‘Simple Facts’
in Fred Sandback: Vertical Constructions; David Zwirner Books; ISBN 9781941701577; pp40-47
‘The Event Sculpture’
in Sculpture and Time in the 20 and 21st Centuries; Böhlau Verlag; ISBN 9783412504533; pp161-180
‘Four Provocations on the Experience of Fire for Stephen Cripps’
in Stephen Cripps: Performing Machines; Verlag fur Moderne Kunst; ISBN 9783903131910; pp19-24
2016 ‘Encounters’
in Sophia Yadong Hao and Edgar Schmitz (eds) Hubs and Fictions; Sternberg Press; ISBN 9783956790256; pp17-34
‘The Time of an Artwork’
in Katie Paterson; Locus+ / Kerber Verlag; ISBN 9783735602619; pp161-166
‘Extend, Exceed, Enhance: Prosthetics and Sculpture’
Mousse 54; ISSN 20352565; pp61-69
‘Extending Bodies’
Tate Etc, Issue 36; ISSN 977174388501836; pp61-67
‘Twin Field’
in Anne Hardy: Twin Fields / Field; Common Guild; ISBN 9780955858383; pp133-141
‘I Failed Today’
in Lara Favaretto: Ageing Process; Sternberg Press; ISBN 9783956791666, pp178-190
‘Unreasonable Sculpture’
in A Lesson in Sculpture with John Latham; Henry Moore Institute; ISBN 9781905462551, pp22-35
‘From Island thought to water thought: Renée Green’s Endless Dreams and Water Between’
in The Ocean After Nature; Independent Curators International; ISBN 9780916365936; pp44-45
2015 ‘IP’
in Matthew Darbyshire: An Exhibition for Modern Living; Manchester Art Gallery;
ISBN 9780901673983; pp95-97
‘Collecting Encounters’
in Collecting for Tomorrow: New Works at Museion; in Museion; ISBN 97888983011; pp49-65
‘Fingers in Matchboxes / Hands in Gloves’
in Paul Neagu: Palpable Sculpture; Henry Moore Institute; ISBN 9781905462513; pp15-23
‘Failure over Utopia’
in Companion to Art and Politics; Routledge; ISBN 9780415645102; pp75-82
2014 In Flagrant Contradiction’
in Nathan Coley; Hatje Canz; ISBN 9783775736756; pp8-19
‘Urgent Objects’
in Thomas Houseago: My Genghis Khan Suit; Xavier Hufkens; ISBN 9789491245084; pp4-7
‘Tooth House’
in Ian Kiaer: Tooth House; Henry Moore Institute; ISBN 9781905462445 11
2013 ‘Growing Lines Into Sculpture’
in Gego: Line as Object; Hatje Cantz; ISBN 978377573740; pp30-51
‘Spaces of Perception: Esther Shalev-Gerz’s Deadalus’
in Esther Shalev-Gerz: The Contemporary Art of Trusting Uncertainties and Unfolding Dialogues,
Art and Theory Publishing, Stockholm; ISBN 9879198087475; pp41-48
‘Books and Sculpture: Lisa Le Feuvre and Fraser Muggerige’
in Essays on Sculpture 67, ‘Sculpture and Books’
Henry Moore Institute;ISBN 9781905462414
‘Present Tense’
in Artists as Researchers – a New Paradigm for Art Education in Europe
Academy of the Fine Arts Helsinki; ISBN 9789515334695, pp171-189
2012 ‘The Miracle of Objects, or, ‘the wind bloweth where it listeth’’
in Michael Dean: Selected Writings; Mousse / Henry Moore Foundation; ISBN 9788896501504; pp15-23,
‘Present Possibilities: the work of Josiah McElheny’
in Josiah McElheny: The Past Was A Mirage I’d Left Behind’ Whitechapel Art Gallery; ISBN 9780854882014; pp15-26
‘Protagonist Materials’
in Mario Merz: What Is To be Done?; Bildmuseet, Sweden; ISBN 9789174593556; pp11-41
‘Ordinary Things’
in Sarah Lucas: Ordinary Things’ Henry Moore Foundation; ISBN 9781905462-391; pp8-16
Double culpability/double subjectivity: Thomson and Craighead’s A Short Film about War’
Haus der Kunst
‘Fail Me’
in Noon Annual Journal of Visual Culture: The Power of Failure; Gwangju Biennale Foundation,
Korea; pp123-142
2011 ‘Mario Merz: What Is To Be Done?’
in Essays on Sculpture 63, ‘Mario Merz: What Is To Be Done?’; Henry Moore Institute;
ISBN 9781905462360
‘Things and Objects’
in Thomas Houseago: What Went Down; Modern Art Oxford; ISBN 9781901352504
‘Exhibiting the New Art: Op Losse Schroeven and When Attitudes Become Form’
in Art Monthly; p35
2010 ‘Nothing is written. We all know that. Don’t we’
in Esther Shalev-Gerz’ Jeu de Paume, Paris; ISBN 9782849751879; pp24-35
‘Joachim Koester’
in 100 Video Artists; Exit Publications; ISBN 9788493734701; pp254-257
‘Sea Change’
in Zineb Sedira: Under Sky and Over the Sea; Pori Art Museum, Finland; ISBN 9789525648188; pp40-59
‘Attention Surplus Disorder’
in Oliver Godow; Stills, Edinburgh; pamphlet
‘From Island thought to water thought: Renée Green’s Endless Dreams and Water Between’
in Renée Green; Yerba Buena Center for the Arts / DAP; ISBN 9780982678909; pp16-23 12
British Art Show 7: In the Days of the Comet (co-author, with Tom Morton)
South Bank Centre, London; ISBN 9781853322860
Shelagh Cluett: Sculpture 1977-1980
Chelsea Space; ISBN 9781906203467
‘If at First you Don’t Succeed…Celebrate’
Tate Etc, London; Issue 18 – Spring 2010 pp30-37
2009 ‘44’ in Simon Faithfull: Going Nowhere
Film and Video Umbrella; ISBN 9781904270317
‘Steve McQueen: Failures of Representation’
in Sounds & Visions: Artists Films and Videos from Europe the last Decade; Silvana Editorale; pp120-123
‘Failures of Fact and Fiction’
in Anna Lucas: Little White Feather and the Hunter; Commissions East, ISBN 9780954144746
‘Amplified Attention’
in Four Exhibitions, HICA, Loch Ness; ISBN 0953217523; pp14-21
‘53rd Venice Biennale: Making Worlds’
Art Monthly Issue 328; pp25-26
2008 ‘Not Failing’
in Adam Chodzko: Paroxigean Tide; Tate; ISBN 9781854378255; pp48- 56
‘Nought to Sixty: Some Paradoxes and Parameters’
in Nought to Sixty, Issue 1 / May, ICA, London; reprinted in Nought to Sixty: 60 Projects / 6 Months; ICA; ISBN 9781900300599; pp233-236
‘I Would Prefer Not To’
in Bill Beckley: Ping Pong Dialogues; Chelsea Space; ISBN 9781906203191; pp12-17
‘Noemi Lakmaier’
Camden Arts Centre; ISBN 9781900470827
‘Acconci, Graham, Nauman, Foucault’
in The Impossible Prison: A Foucault Reader; Nottingham Contemporary; pp26-27
‘Wolfgang Tillmans: Lighter/Manual’
Foam, Winter 2007/8; issue 13; pp55-74
‘Art Failure’
Art Monthly, London; February 2008; number 313; pp5-8
‘Dennis Oppenheim: Tooth and Nail’
Art Monthly June 2008; number 317; pp36
Selective Memory: Scottish Pavilion, Venice Biennale and The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Scottish Arts Council and British Council; ISBN 9781851191642; pp98-101; reprint of 2005 text
2007 ‘Past Possibilities For a Future Museum: Parts 1-15’
in Adam Chodzko; MAMBO /Skira, Milan; pp105-120 13
‘Obsolete and Enduring Functions’
in Artists’ Studio; Cultureshock Media; ISBN 0954699955; pp25-29
‘Ghostship’
in Chris Burden; Locus+ / Thames and Hudson, London; ISBN 1899377182; pp364-367
‘Cerith Wyn Evans: Four Avoidances: Describing, Looking, Repeating, Staring’
in Kunst/Art: Lufthansa Aviation Centre; Revolver; ISBN 9783865883841; pp140-151
‘Telling Tales Five Times on Simon Woolham’
in Simon Woolham: Shreds of Evidence; Parabola; ISBN 0954761774; pp10-22
‘Remembering for Another’
in The Mother of All Journeys: Dinu Li; Dewi Lewis; ISBN 9781904587415; pp87-89
2006 ‘Event Architecture’
in Wolfgang Weileder: House-project; Ikon; ISBN 190486418X; pp73-97
‘A Space of Ambivalent Desire: Yto Barrada’s A Life Full of Holes – the Strait Project’
in Deutsche Borse Photography Prize 2006; The Photographers’ Gallery; ISBN 0907879705; pp44-47
‘Describing the Impossible’
in Stephen Farthing: Painting the Atlantic; Chelsea Futurespace pp6-8
Aaron Plant
Catherine Clark Gallery; ISBN 0974354139; pp3-6
Gutter Dreams
Chelsea School of Arts; ISBN 1870504840; pp12-166
‘Joel Sternfeld: Sweet Earth’
Foam Winter 2006/7; issue 9; pp35-44
‘Lisa Oppenheim: Profile’
Art Monthly November 2006; issue 301; ISSN 01426702; pp32-33
‘The Institution Within’
Art Monthly June 2006; issue 297; ISSN 01426726; pp7-10
‘Urban Time Travel: Odd-Lots and Floating Islands’
in Species of Spaces
Diffusion E-books series; Proboscis; ISBN 9781901540465
2005 ‘Flavia Muller Medeiros: It Depends On The Circumstance And The People’
Daniel Eatock; ISBN 0955119405
I Am A Curator
Föreningen Curatorial Mutiny; ISBN 9163151324; pp57-67
Esther Shalev-Gerz: Deadalu(s)
Fire Station, Dublin; ISBN 0953805514; pp23-25
Esther Shalev-Gerz
Kunstler: Kritshes Lexikon der Gegenwartskunst, Munich; ISSN 09341730 14

‘Non-Hours and Boredom: an interview with Anthony Shapland’
in Something of the Night: Thoughts on the City; Leeds Art Gallery; ISBN 0901981702
2004 ‘Not Nothing: Miles Thurlow’
in Workplace; Art Editions North, Newcastle; ISBN 1873757158; pp76-81
‘The Continuous Present’
in Anthony McCall: Film Installations; Mead Gallery; ISBN 0902683667; pp33-41
‘Avalanche 1970-6: Art on the Page’
Art Monthly July-August 2004; ISSN 01426702; pp7-10
Profile: Lis Rhodes; LUX, London;
www.luxonline.org.uk/artists/lis_rhodes/essay(1).html
2003 ‘Jitka Hanzlová’
in The Citibank Photography Prize 2003; The Photographers’ Gallery, London;
ISBN 0907879659; pp12-27
Gordon Matta-Clark: The Space Between
Nazraeli Press, Arizona; ISBN 1590050495
Claudine Hartzel: Who’s Playing Dice with the Universe
Streetlevel Photoworks, Glasgow; pamphlet

Selected published interviews

2018 ‘Jupiter Artland: An Invitation to Listen to Stories: Maria Balshaw and Lisa Le Feuvre in Conversation’
in The Generous Landscape: 10 Years of Jupiter Artland; Jupiter Artland Foundation;
ISBN 9780995783010; pp 13-20
‘Everything is Sculpture / Everything is Sculpture?: A Conversation between Jordan Baseman, Jaspar Joseph-Lester and Lisa Le Feuvre’
in Everything is Sculpture: Immaterial Constructions / Material Realities; Assembly Point;
ISBN 9780995769120; pp54-59
‘Cornelia Parker interviewed by Lisa Le Feuvre: Stuff’
‘Dennis Oppenheim interviewed by Lisa Le Feuvre: Exorcisms’
in Talking Art 2: Art Monthly Interviews since 2007; Ridinghouse; ISBN 9781909932425;
pp137-147; pp172-180
2017 ‘Telling Stories: Emilia Kabakov interviewed by Lisa Le Feuvre’
Art Monthly No. 411; ISSN 01426702; pp11-15
2016 ‘Product of Chance: A conversation with Pavel Büchler’
in Pavel Büchler: In Among the Ashes; Ludion; ISBN 9789491819308; pp22-20
2015 ‘Virginia Overton and Lisa Le Feuvre’
in Virginia Overton; White Cube; ISBN 9781906072940; pp65-82
‘A Conversation as Prelude’
in A Cut A Scratch A Score; Cooper Gallery / Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art; ISBN 97819068320223; pp15-38
2014 ‘Exorcisms: Dennis Oppenheim interviewed by Lisa Le Feuvre’
Art Monthly No. 373; pp3-4
2013 ‘Conversation: Caroline Douglas, Roger Hiorns and Adam Khan’
in Roger Hiorns: Seizure 15
Southbank Centre, London; pp21-41
‘Lisa Le Feuvre and Angela Ferreira
in Angela Ferreira: Political Cameras
Stills Edinburgh; pp25-31
‘Books and Sculpture: Lisa Le Feuvre and Fraser Muggerige’
in Essays on Sculpture 67, ‘Sculpture and Books’
Henry Moore Institute;ISBN 9781905462414
‘Conversation between Lisa Le Feuvre and Haroon Mirza’
Tectonic, The Moving Museum, Sharjah; ISBN 9780957585300
2012 ‘Looking at Pictures: a conversation between Roger Palmer and Lisa Le Feuvre’
in Roger Palmer: Circulation
Fotohof, Vienna, no pagination; ISBN 9783902675651
2011 ‘Conversation between Lisa Le Feuvre and Haroon Mirza’
in Haroon Mirza: Movement
Lisson Gallery / Black Dog Publishing; ISBN 9781907317330
2009 ‘Its About Being Uncomfortable Again’
in Laura White: The Stuff of Images
Castlefield Gallery; ISBN 9780955955716
2007 ‘A Conversation with Mark Titchner’
in Vertigo: Mark Titchner / Marcel Duchamp
Chelsea Space; ISBN 9781906203009; pp6-25
‘Charles Danby and Lisa Le Feuvre: Spaces Between Words’
in The Invention of Solitude Part II;
Aston and Horrox; ISBN 9780954974816; pp62-69
2006 ‘Conversation’
in Beth Derbyshire: Message
Thames and Hudson; ISBN 9780500512944; pp122-129

Selected edited publications

2018 The Generous Landscape: 10 Years of Jupiter Artland
Jupiter Artland Foundation; ISBN 9780995783010
2017 Essays on Sculpture 78, ‘Katrina ‘Katrina Palmer: The Time-Travelling Circus
Henry Moore Foundation; ISBN 9781905462582
Essays on Sculpture 77, ‘His Father Never told him about Things Like That: Benedict Read’s Life in Sculpture’
Henry Moore Foundation; ISBN 9781905462575
Jiro Takamatsu: The Temperature of Sculpture
Henry Moore Foundation; ISBN 9781905462599
2016 A Lesson in Sculpture with John Latham
Henry Moore Foundation; ISBN 9781905462551
Essays on Sculpture 75, ‘The Virtues of Things’
Henry Moore Foundation; ISBN 97781905462544 16
Essays on Sculpture 76, ‘City Sculpture Projects 1972’
Henry Moore Foundation; ISBN 9781905462568
2015 Art in Translation: The Sculpture Issue, Volume 7, Issue 3
Taylor & Francis Group; ISBN 1756-1310
Paul Neagu: Palpable Sculpture
Henry Moore Foundation; ISBN 9781905462513
Essays on Sculpture 72, ‘A Study of Modern Japanese Sculpture’
Henry Moore Foundation; ISBN 9781905462489
Essays on Sculpture 73, ‘Active Archives’
Henry Moore Foundation; ISBN 9781905462506
Essays on Sculpture 74, ‘Christine Kozlov: Information’
Henry Moore Foundation; ISBN 9778190546251
2014 Ian Kiaer: Tooth House
Henry Moore Foundation; ISBN 9781905462445
Carol Bove / Carlo Scarpa
Henry Moore Foundation; ISBN 9781905462469
Essays on Sculpture 69, ‘Artists Lives’
Henry Moore Foundation; ISBN 9781905462438
Essays on Sculpture 70, ‘D’Arcy Wentworth Thompson: On Growth and Form’
Henry Moore Foundation; ISBN 9781905462452
Essays on Sculpture 71, ‘Sculptors Papers from the Henry Moore Institute’
Henry Moore Foundation; ISBN 9781905462476
NOIT-2 / Burning
Flat Time House; ISBN 98719089713
2013 Essays on Sculpture 67, ‘Sculpture and Books’
Henry Moore Foundation; ISBN 9781905462414
Essays on Sculpture 68, ‘Anton Lesseman, A Life’
Henry Moore Foundation; ISBN 9781905462421
2012 Essays on Sculpture 64, ‘Phyllida Barlow: Bad Copies’
Henry Moore Foundation; ISBN 9781905462384
Essays on Sculpture 65, ‘Helen Chadwick: Ego Geometrica Sum’
Henry Moore Foundation; ISBN 978905462377
Essays on Sculpture 64, ‘1913: The Shape of Time’
Henry Moore Foundation; ISBN 9781905462407
2011 Essays on Sculpture 63, ‘Mario Merz: What Is To Be Done?’
Henry Moore Foundation; ISBN 9781905462360
2010 Failure, Documents of Contemporary Art
Whitechapel Gallery / MIT Press; ISBN 9780262514774 17
2006 Simon Faithfull: Iceblink
Book Works, London; ISBN 1870699920
Dialogue on-line journal: Inside the interview: Exploring the workings of the artist interview
Axis, Leeds; ISSN 1749-4990
2005 The Early History of Avalanche: 1968-1972
Chelsea Space; ISBN 1870540093
2004 Hashem El Madani
The Photographers’ Gallery, London / Arab Image Foundation, Beirut / Mind The Gap, Beirut;
ISBN 9953003238; winner of the John Kobal Photography Book Prize
Citigroup Photography Prize 2004
The Photographers’ Gallery, London; ISBN 090787967