Tauba Auerbach (b. 1981, San Francisco, USA) works across a variety of media to make artworks that range from photography and painting, to musical performance and book publishing. Her one-person show, Tetrachromat, toured the Bergen Kuntshall, Norway, the Malmö Konsthall, Sweden, and the Wiels Contemporary Art Centre, Brussels.
Auerbach lives and works in New York.
Selected Solo Exhibitions
SFMoMA, San Francisco: ‘Typeface to Interface’
Institute of Contemporary Art, London: 'The New Ambidextrous Universe'
Inigo Philbrick, London: 'Progressions'
Wiels Contemporary Art Center, Brussels: 'Tetrachromat'
Whitney Museum Construction Site Installation, New York: ‘Quarry’
Emmanuelle Dauplay, Edwin Abbott Abbott and Italo Calvino, Tauba Auerbach, Folds, London 2011.
Will Bradley, Brian Sholis and Chris Jennings, Tauba Auerbach: Chaos, New York 2009.
Tauba Auerbach, 50/50, New York 2008.
Tauba Auerbach, How To Spell The Alphabet, New York 2006.
Tauba Auerbach and Carol Bove, “Helical Motion,” Mousse Magazine, April 2011.
Daniel Kunitz, “Tauba Auerbach,” Modern Painters, April 2011.
Lisa Turvey, “Tauba Auerbach, Deitch Projects”, Artforum, December 2009.
Steve Pulimood, Filling In The Dots”, Art in America, October 2009.
Angela Saini, “A Good Sign”, Science Magazine, July 2009.
Carol McCormick and Tauba Auerbach, “Tauba Auerbach on Science”, Paper Magazine, October 2008.
Leah Ollman, “Tauba Auerbach at New Image Art”, Art in America, December 2005.