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Michel Auder
Michel Auder was born in Soissons, France and works in Brooklyn, NY. He has been working in video since the inception of the Sony Portapak in 1969. Recent exhibitions and screenings include the Museum of Modern Art in New York, The Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam and the Centre Pompidou in Paris. His work was included in the 5th Berlin Biennial, the Athens Biennial, Kunsthalle, Basel, Switzerland and solo exhibitions at Cubitt in London and at Krabbesholm in Skive, Denmark. In September 2010 he completed his solo museum exhibition at Lunds Konsthall in Lund, Sweden.

Auder is scheduled to participate in the upcoming 2014 Whitney Biennial.
Keeping Busy: An Inaccurate Survey of Michel Auder (west coast groove), Volume 2, Los Angeles, CA
Michel Auder, Diner is Served Krabbesholm, Skive, Denmark
Michel Auder, Cubitt, London, England curate by Michelle Cotton 
Heads of Town, ScheiblerMitte, Berlin, Germany 
The Feature screnning at Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
Peace Among Topographers, Newman Popiashvili Gallery, New York, NY 
European Kunstahalle, Cologne, Germany curated by Anders Kreuger 
Berlin , London and Denmark Film Festivals 
Extra City, Antwerp, Belgium 
Dope and Narcotica Series, Galleria Fonti, Naples, Italy 
Freunde der Deutschen Kinemathek, Berlin, Germany
Yvon Lambert, Paris, France
Midway Contemporary Art, Minneapolis, MN 
The World Out  of My Hands, Newman Popaishvili Gallery, New York
Retrospective at 11th Biennial of Moving Images, Geneva, Switzerland
Michel Auder: Viewer and Participant, Friche la Belle de Mai, Marseille France
Other Things with Michel Auder, Ocularis, Brooklyn, NY (curated by Sabrina Gschwandtner)
Michel Auder: Chronicles and Other Scenes, Williams College Museum of Art, Massachusetts
Michel Auder: Secret Sharer, Participant Inc., New York
Michel Auder: Selected Works 1970 – 2003, Anthology Film Archives, New York

Michel Auder: Retrospective 1969-2002, The Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago

Michel Auder: Video, Film, Photography 1969-2001, Rooseum Center for Contemporary Art, Malmö, Sweden (brochure)
Portrait of Alice Neel, Philadelphia Museum of Art
Museum of Modern Art, New York

AC Project Room, New York
Jacob Fabricius-Nicolaï Wallner Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark
Kunsthalle St. Gallen, Switzerland
Thread Waxing Space, New York (catalogue)
Anthology Film Archives, New York

Daniel Buchholz Gallery, Cologne, Germany
All My Worldly Posessions, with Wolfgang Tillmans, Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, Aachen, Germany
Halle für Kunst e.V. Lüneburg, Germany (catalogue)
Robert Prime Gallery, London
Cleopatra, Anthology Film Archives, New York

AC Project Room, New York

5 Ring Circus, AC Project Room, New York

Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland

A Personal Narrative of Travel to Bolivia, Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, New York (brochure)

Screen Life, Studio Guenzani, Milan, Italy
Selected Video Works from 1970-1993, Nicole Klagsburn Gallery, New York

Diaries, Long Beach Museum of Art, California

Selected Video Works 1970 – 1991, Anthology Film Archives, New York (catalogue)

Alice Neel, Keene State College, New Hampshire
A Coupla White Faggots Sitting Around Talking, University of Wisconsin
Seduction of Patrick, University of Oklahoma
TV America, Williams College, Massachusetts
Cindy Sherman, I.T.A. Corporation, Bard College, Mexico

Chasing the Dragon, The Kitchen, New York
Cindy Sherman, B.R.T. Television, Brussels, Belgium

Fragments/Text/Notes/Documents…, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions
All Lights off, Short Reports, The Kitchen, New York
Alice Neel, Gippsland Institute, Churchill, Australia
Alice Neel, Alexandria Museum, Louisiana
Cindy Sherman, Cincinnati Museum, Ohio
Cindy Sherman, Laguna Gloria Art Museum, Austin, Texas

Installation (Cindy Sherman), Laforet Museum Harajuku, Tokyo

Stories, Myths, Ironies, Songs, Squat Theater, New York
The Kitchen, New York

Hallwalls, Buffalo, New York

Selected Group Screenings and Exhibitions

Chelsea Hotel: Ghosts of Bohemia: Harry Smith, Andy Warhol, Robert Mapplethorpe, Michel Auder, Jonas Mekas, DOX Center for Contemporary Art, Prague, Czech Republic 
2nd Athens Biennial,Athens, Greece 
ArtFilm, ArtBasel, Basel, Switzerland 
IMAI, Art Cologne, Cologne, Germany

Reality Check, Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen, Denmark 
BB5, Fifth Berlin Biennial V, Berlin, Germany curated by Adam Szymczyk & Elena Filipovic 
FIDMarseille, Marseille, France 
Andy Warhol, Gallery of Modern Art, South Brisbane, Australia 

Alain Robbe-Grillet: Art, Architecture and Cinema, Serpentine Gallery, London, England 
Blago Bung, Emily Harvey Foundation, New York, NY Videoex Festival, Zurich, Switzerland 
Dear Mosquito of My Heart, Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, Israel

The Downtown Show: The New York Art Scene, 1974-1984, Grey Art Gallery, New York 
Manhattan Transfer, Zone: Chelsea Center for the Arts, New York, NY (curated by John Weber)

The Future has a Silver Lining, Migros Museum, Zurich, Switzerland
Amator/:Camera Buff, SUITE 106 Gallery, New York, NY
Summer Shorts, Parker’s Box, Brooklyn, NY
Prêts à prêter, Frac Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, Marseille, France

The First Decade-Video From the EAI Archives, The Museum of Modern Art, New York

Televisions, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria (catalogue)

The Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (catalogue)

Re-Make, Re-Model. Secret Histories of Art, Pop, Life and the Avant-garde, Steirischer, Herbst, Graz, Austria
Hollywood Realism, with Jeremy Blake, Venetia Kapernekas Fine Arts, New York
Cindy Sherman Retrospective, “Cindy Sherman”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
Inglenook, Feigen Contemporary, New York (traveled)
The Cultured Tourist, Leslie Tonkonow Artworks and Projects, New York 

Cindy Sherman Retrospective, Museum of Modern Art, Shiga, Japan
Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan 
Galerie Froment Puttman, Paris, France
Voyeurs Delights, Franklin Furnace, New York
The Real, The Fictional, The Virtual, Les Rencontres Internationales de la Photographie, Arles, France 
Ariane Lopez-Huici and Michel Auder, AC Project Room, New York

Mondo Cane V.R., International Video Week, Saint-Gervais, Geneva, Switzerland
Video Viewpoints, Museum of Modern Art, New York
Pure Hinterland, Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago
Better Living through Chemistry, Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago

The Rome Project, David Winton Bell Gallery, Brown University, Providence (catalogue)

1988 The Arts for Television, (catalogue) Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam 
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Hamburg Forum Messe, Germany
Vienna Museum Moderne Kunst, Austria 
Pallazo dei Diamanti, Florence, Italy
Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston 
Twilight, Festival Belluard Bollewerk, Fribourg, Switzerland 
Cindy Sherman Retrospective, Dallas Museum of Art
Roles, Representation, Sexuality Series, Rhode Island Museum of Art, Providence

L’Epoque, La Morale, La Mode, La Passion, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris

Roles, Representation, Sexuality Series, Temple University, Philadelphia
Two Moon July Benefit, The Kitchen, New York
Meditated Narratives, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston
Famous for Thirty Seconds (Artist in the Media), Artists Space, New York

Fragments, Stories told, Mysterious Landscapes, Millennium Film Workshop, New York
Video Viewing Room, P.S.1, Long Island City, New York
Transference, White Columns, New York

Video: Heroes/Anti-Heroes, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston
Cindy Sherman Survey, Allen Memorial Art Museum, Akron, Ohio
Festival Internazionale del Video, Campo Boario, Rome, Italy
Cindy Sherman, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France
May 27, 1984, “TV America”, Metro Pictures, New York
Annie Sprinkle, Arts and Commerce Gallery, New York

Benefit Bash at the World for White Columns, New York
The 17th Sao Paulo International Biennale, Brazil
Progressive Video, “Six Television: Cityscape…Landscape…Escape”(installation) Jon Leon Gallery, New York 
New Soap Video, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA
Video Tape Review, Video Data Bank, Chicago Art Expo 
The Red Bar, Arts and Commerce, New York

The Video Diary of a Madman, The Kitchen, New York
A.F.I. National Video Festival, Los Angeles
J.F.K. Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC

Meet the Makers, Donnell Library Center, New York Public Library
A Coupla White Faggots Sitting Around Talking, The Kitchen, New York

Jesus, The Kitchen, New York
Video vis a T ergo, Firehouse Gallery, Nassau Community College, Garden City, New York

Selected Bibliography
Lee, Nathan, “A Life Video Taping Life Has Become a Movie,” New York Times, March, 18, 2009 
Searle, Adrian, “Toil and Rubble,” The Guardian,  April 8, 2008 
Picard, Andréa, “Featuring Michel Auder,” CenemaScope, Issue 34 
Del Vecchio, Gigiotto, ”Michel Auder,” Frieze, Issue 109, September, 2007. 
Ratcliff, Clarter, “A Kiss Across the Ages”, Tate Etc., Issue 11, Autumn 2007. 
Moulène, Claire, ”Michel Auder,” Les Inrockuptibles, September, 2006
“Goings on About Town,” The New Yorker, May, 2006
Moulène, Claire “Michel Auder: (S)extant et Plus”, Artforum, November 2005.
Chavoya, Ondine “Michel Auder: chroniques et autre scènes,” 11E Biennale De L’Image
Mouvement, February 2004.
Moulène, Claire ”Michel Auder: Je vidéo,” Les Inrockuptibles, September, 2005.
Chavoya, Ondine “Michel Auder: Chronicles and Other Scenes,” Williams College Museum, February 2004.
Doswold, Christoph “Prêt à prêter,” Frac Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azure, 2000/2004.
Muder, Heike “St. Patrischnee,” Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, June 15, 2002.
Walker, Hamza. “Straight to Video”, Renaissance Society Publication, March 10, 2002.
Larsen, Lars Bang. “Michel Auder, Rooseum, Malmo”, Nu Magazine, October 14, 2001.
Frahm, Nicolai. “Michel Auder/Jens Haaning”, Contemporary Visual Arts, Issue 29, July 2000.
Neel, Alex. “Michel Auder + Jeremy Blake, ‘Hollywood Realism’”, Time Out, March 11, 1999.
Currah, Mark. “Michel Auder at Robert Prime”, Time Out London, January 27, 1999.
Johnson, Ken. “Michel Auder”, The New York Times, November 20, 1998.
Cameron, Dan. “Michel Auder’s ‘5 Ring Circus’ at AC Project Room”, Artforum, January 1998.
Smith, Roberta. “Michel Auder”, The New York Times, May 2, 1997.
Yablonsky, Robert. “Michel Auder and Ariane Lopez-Huici”, Time Out, January 1996.
Smith, Roberta “Ariane Lopez-Huici and Michel Auder”, Also of Note, The New York Times, February, 1996.
Saltz, Jerry. “Michel Auder at Nicole Klagsbrun”, Art in America, July 1994.
Klonarides, Carol. “Michel Auder interview from a phone”, Bomb Magazine, Summer 1994.
Cameron, Dan. “Goings on About Town’, The New Yorker, February 1994.
Waters, Jack. “Michel Auder at Nicole Klagsbrun”, January 1994.
McKenna, Kristine. “Four ‘Diaries’ are Opened for Public Viewing”, L.A. Times, September 1993.
Rogers, Michael. “Portrait of the Artist via Video Diaries”, The Orange County Register, September 1993.
Taubin, Amy. “Voice Choice”, The Village Voice, 1990.
Holden, Steve. “The New York Times, September 1987.
Riley, Bob. “Currents”, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA, April 1986. (flyer notes)
MacGivern, Shawn. The Boston Globe, May 1986.
Friis-Hansen, Dana. “Video: Heroes (Anti-Heroes)”, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Texas, December 1984. (flyer notes)
Tatransky, Valantine. “Portrait of a Porno Star”, Arts Magazine, April 1984.
Riley, Bob. “The Arts Television” exhibition catalogue , Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; The Museum 
Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA
Ginsberg, Merle. “Soap Video”, The Soho Weekly News, February 1981.
Rosenbaum, Jonathan. “Declarations of Independents”, The Soho Weekly News, February 1981.
Harrison, Helen. “Poetic View of TV”, The New York Times, March 1980.
Indiana, Gary. “Black Moon”, Bomb Magazine, March 1980.