Brian Conley Bio

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BORN
New York

EDUCATION
1975-85 PhD in Philosophy, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
1979-81 MFA in Sculpture, University of Minnesota, Minnneapolis
1978 Independent Study Program, Whitney Museum, New York
1971-74 BA in Psychology, State University of New York, Binghamton

SELECTED PROJECTS  
2015
“Imagine Art in Nature – The Wanas Foundation” – group shoe, House of Sweden, Washington, D.C.
2014 
Deep Flesh – performance talk, American University of Cairo, Egypt
“Pierogi XX: Twentieth Anniversary Exhibition” – group show, Pierogi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2013
I Do What You Do: On Self-Organization – performance talk, Museum of Modern Art, New NY
The Unlikely Artist – performance talk, Beirut Gallery, Cairo, Egypt
The Miniature War in Iraq…and now Afghanistan – installation, Dallas Contemporary, Dallas Art Fair
Unhinged – group show, Pierogi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2012
I Do What You Do: On Self-Organization – performance talk and workshop, with Santa Fe Institute, University of New Mexico, Southwest Museum of Biology, Albuquerque, NM
2011
SADA [Echo] for Contemporary Iraqui Art – Education and Curatorial Adviser, Baghdad, Iraq and Beirut, Lebanon
I Do What You Do: On Self-Organization – performance talk, Mildred’s Lane, Narrowsburg, NY
“Subjective/Objective” – group show, Pierogi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2010
Miniature War in Iraq… and now Afghanistan – solo show and performance, The Boiler, Brooklyn, NY
The Armory Show – group show, Pierogi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (cat.)
I Do What You DO: On Self-Organization – performance talk, College of Creative Studies, Detroit
2009 
“Bad Moon Rising 3” – group show, Boots Contemporary Art Space, Saint Louis, Missouri
2008
Decipherment of Linear X – solo show, Pierogi gallery, Leipzig, Germany
Miniature War in Iraq – installation, Bay Area Now 5, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA (cat.)
Groupwork – performance (with Dominic Wilsdon, Peggy Phelan, and graduate students from CCA and Stanford), Sam Francisco Museum of Modern Art/Stanford University/California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA
2007
Miniature War in Iraq—installation and performance, Games Expo 07, South Point Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV
“Hela Havet Stormar (The Whole Sea Is Storming) – group show, Halle 10, Leipzig
“One More Thing Added to the World: The Borges Effect on Contemporary Artists’
Books”­—group show, curated by Buzz Spector, Borges Conference, University
of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
“(Un)Natural Selection”—group show, Pierogi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
“Flatfiling”—group show, Pierogi Gallery/Artnews Projects, Berlin, Germany
CCA100 Years in the Making”—group show, Oakland Art Museum, Oakland, CA
2006
Swarm; Multiplication—two-part installation, “Insight/Out,” Wanas Art Foundation,
Knislinge, Sweden (cat.)
“Factitious”—Pierogi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY/Pierogi Gallery, Leipzig, Germany
“SuperLowRez”—Vertex List, Brooklyn, NY
2005
Pseudanuran Gigantica—installation, “Becoming Animal,” curated by Nato Thompson,
MassMoCA, North Adams, MA (cat.)
Decipherment of Linear X­—installation, Safn Museum, Reykjavik, Iceland
Decipherment of Linear X—installation, Penn State University, University Park, PA
“Mash- Up!” – group show, Grand Arts, Kansas City, MO
2004
Decipherment of Linear X—solo show, Pierogi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Decipherment of Linear X—artist’s book, Pierogi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
WAR!—installation, “Noise/Space,” UKS Unge Kunstneres Samfund Gallery,
Oslo,Norway
Sound Performance for Linear X— performance, “Sound/Unsound,” International Sound
Art Conference, curated by Allen S. Weiss, New York University,
New York, NY
“Red Archive” —group show, curated by Sarah Pierce, Metropolitan Complex,
Dublin, Ireland
“Trunk Show” —group show, King House, Roscommon; Sirius Art Centre, Cobh,
Cork, Ireland
Co-Editor, “Past Forward” audio CD curated with Christoph Cox, Cabinet Magazine
2003
WAR!—radio performance, UNAM/National Autonomous University of Mexico,
Mexico City, Mexico
Gravitropism in Neitherworld—radio performance, Resonance 104, London, England
“Affinity Archives” —group show, Metropolitan Complex, Dublin, Ireland
Co-Editor “Lift” audio CD curated with Christoph Cox, Cabinet Magazine
Co-Editor, “Juvenalia” audio CD curated with Christoph Cox, Cabinet Magazine
2002
Fragments—installation, “Statements,” ArtBasel, Basel, Switzerland (cat.)
Pseudanuran Gigantica— installation, “Unlimited,” ArtBasel, Basel, Switzerland (cat.)
IVT.1—installation, Artissima, Turin, Italy
Cabinet Magazine, Editor-at-Large, Brooklyn, NY (2002-2010)
2001
“BitStreams: Art in the Digital Age” —group show, curated by Larry Rinder and Debra
Singer, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY (cat. and CD)
“Marks of Omission” —group show (with Roman Ondak and Phil Collins), Arthouse
Multimedia Center, Dublin, Ireland
Pseudanuran Gigantica—residency/commission, curated by Lisa Corrin, ArtPace
Foundation for Contemporary Art, San Antonio, TX (cat.)
BitStreams—audio CD compilation, JDK Productions, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Squalus Acanthus—installation, Stockholm Art Fair, Stockholm, Sweden
“evo1” —group show, Gallery L, Moscow, Russia
Cabinet Magazine, Senior Editor, Brooklyn, NY
2000
Xenotransplantation—group show, Anthony Wilkinson Gallery, London, England
Xenotransplantation—group show, Zinc Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden
“Carnival in the Eye of the Storm: War/ Art/ New Technologies in Kosovo”
—group show, curated by Trebor Scholz, Pacific Northwest College of Art,
Portland, OR
Field of Delineations Passing Through a System of Coordinates—audio CD compilation,
Architecture of the Incidental, GD Stereo/Pogus Productions, Chester, NY
“WTC” —group show, Zingmagazine, New York, NY
“Multiple Sensations”—group show, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts,
San Francisco, CA
“Haulin’ Ass” —group show, Post Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
“The Pierogi Flat Files” —group show, Block Artspace, Kansas City, MO
Cabinet, founder and Co-Editor-in-Chief (with Sina Najafi), New York
Immaterial Incorporated, founder and Co-Director (with Sina Najafi), Brooklyn, NY
1999
WAR!—live interactive performance between New York (WBAI) and Belgrade, Serbia
(Radio B-92), with Jeremy Scahill, organized with Sina Najafi and Immaterial
Incorporated, New York, NY
Empty—radio performance, “On the State of Experimental Sound Art,” French National
Radio, curated by Allen S. Weiss, Paris, France
WAR!—radio performance, “Other Voices: Echoes from a War Zone,” Austrian National
Radio, curated by Gordon Paunovic (Radio B2-92 Belgrade, Serbia),
Vienna, Austria
“Heap of Language: Robert Smithson and Poetry” —symposium (co-curated with Sina
Najafi), Whitney Museum at Philip Morris, New York, NY
1998
“Wild/Life”—installation, curated by Amy Cappellazzo, Weatherspoon Art Gallery,
Greensboro, NC (cat.)
New Splendid III, editor, audio art and music compilation recording, New York, NY
Empty, “Psychogeographical Dip,” audio CD compilation, GD Stereo/Pogus Productions,
Chester, NY
1997
Robert Smithson’s “Dead Tree”—installation (with Joe Amrhein), Pierogi 2000 and
John Weber Gallery, New York, NY
Robert Smithson: a Collection of Writings on the Occasion of the Installation of Dead
Tree at Pierogi 2000, Editor (with Joe Amrhein), exhibition catalogue,
Brooklyn, NY
“2001” —group show, curated by Bruce Pearson, Williamsburg Art Center,
Brooklyn, NY
“Current/Undercurrent”—group show, curated by Charlotta Kotik and Joe Amrhein,
Brooklyn Museum, NY
1996
Squalus Acanthus—installation, Kunstart 96, Frankfurt, Germany (cat.)
“New York Artists” —group show, Galerie Guth & Maas, Reutlingen (Stuttgart),
Germany
WAR!—radio performance: interactive broadcast between WKCR, New York and
WFMU, New Jersey
“(constriction)”—collective installation, Pierogi 2000, Brooklyn, NY, (cat.)
“(constriction)”—collective installation: Art Exchange Show, Wall Street,
New York, NY
“Other Subjects” —group show, curated by David Scher, Jack Tilton Gallery,
New York, NY
“Fictional Archives – Four Walls” —group show, Leung Institute, Oslo, Norway
“Dissociationism”—group show, Four Walls, Brooklyn, NY
1995
Superior/(Cranial)—solo show, Pierogi 2000, Brooklyn, NY
“Multiples” —group show, Pierogi 2000, Brooklyn, NY
1994
Co-editor, “New Splendid II”, a compilation of audio art and music from the U.S.,
Europe, Morocco
Radio Performance, “Cornucopia”, Radio Studente, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Radio Broadcast, “New Splendid”, Austrian National Radio (ORF), Vienna, Austria
1993
Video Screening, “0, 1, 2, 3…” Film + Arc International Film Festival, Graz, Austria
Installation, “Hecatomb” Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center, Buffalo, NY
Group Show, “New York in Sarajevo – Art Umjetnost” Obala Theatre, Sarajevo
Yugoslavia
Radio Broadcast, “Double Pelican”, R.A.M.S. Project, Vienna, Austria
Group Show, “Propaganda”, M.A.P., Baltimore, Maryland
Artist’s Book, “Tribute”, a book of posters about the Gulf War
Group Show, “Body Modification”, curated by Sarah Kellner, Hallwalls,
Buffalo, NY
1992
Group Show, “240 Minuten”, curated by Lothar Hempel and Georg Graf,
Esther Schipper Gallery and Art Cologne, Germany
Group Show, “Proposals for an AIDS Memorial”, Municipal Art Society and Public Art
Fund, Clocktower, P.S. 1, New York, NY
Installation, “Site”, Artist’s Studio
Co-editor, “New Splendid I”, a compilation of audio art and music from New York
and Los Angeles
Installation, “Blood!, Hope!, Energy!”, CBGB 313 Gallery, New York
1991
Installation, “Cement and Wigs”, Jimenez-Algus Gallery, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY
Group Show, Barbara Toll Gallery, New York, NY
Performance, “King Fracus”, Kampo Cultural Center, New York, NY
Outdoor Sculpture, “Bubble”, Jimenez-Algus Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Installation, (Collaboration with Dayo Ologundudu), Jimenez-Algus Gallery,
Brooklyn, NY
Installation, “Victory”, Licha Jimenez Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
1990
Installation, (collaboration with the children of Boy’s Harbor of Harlem) funded by the
New York Foundation for the Arts, New York, NY
Installation, “Rope and Money”, Licha Jimenez Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Outdoor Sculpture, “Ball”, Licha Jimenez Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
1983
Solo Show, Parsons School of Design, New York, NY
1981
Solo Show, Siegel Contemporary Art, New York, NY
Solo Show, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
Group Show, Albright-Knox Museum, Buffalo, NY
Group Show, Dart Gallery, Chicago, Il
1980
Solo Show, Art Latitude Gallery (Ann Lauterbach, director), New York, NY
1979
Solo Show, Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minnesota, NY
Group Show, Artist’s Initiative, Minneapolis, NY

GRANTS AND AWARDS
2014
American University of Cairo, Visiting Artist, Cairo, Egypt
2012
California College of the Arts, Faculty Development Grant, San Francisco
2011
California College of the Arts, Faculty Development Grant, San Francisco
2006
Wanas Foundation for Contemporary Art, Commission, Residency, Knislinge, Sweden
Center for Land Use Interpretation, Residency, Los Angeles
2005
New York Foundation for the Arts, Fellowship, New York
2003-4
Pollock-Krasner Foundation, Fellowship, New York
2002
Pollock-Krasner Foundation, 911 Grant, New York
2001
ArtPace Foundation for Contemporary Art, San Antonio, Texas
1997
International Art Critics Association/U.S.A., Awarded “Robert Smithson’s Dead Tree” one of the best exhibitions in the U.S. for 1996-97
1989
National Endowment for the Arts, Fellowship, New York
New York Foundation for the Arts, Fellowship, New York
1982
University of Minnesota, Fellowship, Philosophy, Minneapolis
1978
Whitney Museum, Helena Rubenstein Grant, Painting, New York

TEACHING
2014
American University of Cairo, Department of the Arts, Visiting Artist and Professor, Cairo, Egypt
2012
University of New Mexico, National Science Foundation, Workshop on Self-Organization, Albuquerque, NM
2011
Education Adviser, Echo/Sada for Contemporary Iraqi Art, Baghdad
2008-13
California College of the Arts, Undergraduate Program in Sculpture, Oakland, CA
2005-13
California College of the Arts, Graduate Program, San Francisco, CA
2003
ExTeresa Arte Actuel INBA, Tutorial Program in Sound Installation, Mexico City, Mexico
1999
Parsons School of Design, Graduate Program in Sculpture, New York, NY
1997
University of Pennsylvania, Visiting Lecturer, Graduate Program in Sculpture, Philadelphia, PA
1982-86
Parsons School of Design, Instructor, Theory and Fine Arts, New York, NY
1982-83
New York University, Instructor, Philosophy, New York, NY
1978-81
University of Minnesota, Instructor, Philosophy, Minneapolis, MN

PANELIST, LECTURER, VISITING ARTIST
2015
Stanford University, Visiting Artist, Menlo Park, CA
2014
“Deep Flesh: on the index,” Performative Lecture, Sharjah Art Gallery, American University of Cairo, Egypt
“Mirror and Windows,” moderator, Sharjah Art Gallery, American University of Cairo, Egypt
“Art Education in the Middle East,” Panelist, D-Caf Conference, Cairo
2013
“Artist Institutions,” Presenter and Moderator of roundtable discussion, Beirut Gallery, Cairo, Egypt
“The Unlikely Artist,” Performance Lecture, Cairo, Egypt
“Cairo, Baghdad, San Francisco,” Lecturer, “Small Talks,” Wattis Institute, San Francisco, CA
“On Art and Cairo,” Interviewee, KALX Radio, University of California, Berkeley, CA
“Military and the Landscape,” College Art Association, Panel Presentation, New York, NY
Artist Talk, Social Practice Program, California School of the Arts, San Francisco, CA
2012
Swarming and Self-Organization, Lecture, MoMA Studio, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
University of New Mexico, Visiting Artist, Workshop Leader, “Morphology and Evolution”, Albuquerque, NM
New York University, Visiting Artist, New York, NY
Montclair State University,Visiting Lecturer, Montclair, NJ
St. Olaf College,Visiting Artist, Minneapolis
Mildred’s Lane (Experimental Art School), Visiting Artist, Narrowsburg, NY
Santa Fe Institute, University of New Mexico, Southwest Museum of Biology, “I Do What You Do: On Self-Organization,” Performance Lecture, Albuquerque, NM
2011
Art Omi International Residency,Visiting Artist/Critic, Ghent, NY
Montclair State University, Visiting Artist/Grad Critiques, Montclair, NJ
Mildred’s Lane, “I Do What You Do: On Self-Organization,” Performance Lecture, Narrowsburg, NY
2010
University of Maine, Visiting Artist, Portland, ME
College of Creative Studies, Visiting Artist, Detroit, MI
Mildred’s Lane (Experimental Art School), Visiting Artist, Narrowsburg NY
College of Creative Studies, “I Do What You Do: On Self-Organization,” Performance Lecture, Detroit, MI
2009
Headlands Center for the Arts, Lecturer, San Francisco, CA
SFMOMA, Presenter, San Francisco, CA
Mildred’s Lane (Experimental School), Lecturer, Narrowsburg, NY
2008
UCLA, Visiting Artist, Los Angeles,CA
Rhode Island School of Design, Visiting Artist, Providence, RI
New Langton Arts, Lecturer, San Francisco, CA
Maine College of Art, Visiting Artist, Portland, ME
2007
University of California, Visiting Lecturer, “America and Its Wars” Symposium, Berkeley, CA
2006
University of California, Lecturer, “Art and Research” Symposium, Berkeley, CA
Cornell University, Visiting Lecturer and Program Evaluator, Department of Art, Ithaca, NY
2005
San Francisco Art Institute, Visiting Lecturer, San Francisco, CA
Chicago Art Institute, Visiting Lecturer, Chicago, IL
MassMoCA, Lecturer, “Becoming Animal,” North Adams, MA
Penn State University, Lecturer, State College, PA
Grand Arts, Lecture / Performance with Nato Thompson of MassMoCA, “Gut the Museum,” Kansas City, MO
2004
California College of the Arts, Keynote Speaker, Graduate Program, San Francisco, CA
UKS Unge Kunstneres Samfund Gallery, Lecturer, Oslo, Norway
Institute of Contemporary Art, Panelist, “Examining Catastrophic Sustainability,” Portland, ME
New York University, International Performance Conference, Presentor, Tisch School of the Arts
Alfred University, Institute for Electronic Arts, Resident Artist, Alfred, NY
Penn State University, Studio Art, Resident Artist, State College, PA
2003
International Studio and Curatorial Program, Visiting Critic, New York, NY
IberoAmericana Universidad, Lecturer, Mexico City, Mexico
IberoAmericana Universidad, Radio Interview, Mexico City, Mexico
Whitney Museum at Altria, Presentor, “Nomads and Residents”, New York, NY
Virginia Commonwealth University, Visiting Artist, Graduate Program in Sculpture, Richmond, VA
University of Chicago, Visiting Artist, Graduate Program in Art, Chicago, IL
2002
iNO2, Conference on Art, Architecture and Politics, Presentor, Belgrade, Serbia
New York University, International Performance Conference, Presentor, Tisch School of the Arts
2001
School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Visiting Artist, Sound Art Program, Boston, MA
1999
Postmasters Gallery, interview/performance with William Pope L., New York, NY
Stetson University, Visiting Artist, Program in Digital Arts, DeLand, FL
1998
Brooklyn Museum, Lecturer, Brooklyn, NY
Parsons School of Design, Lecturer, Graduate Program in Sculpture, New York
1997
Gasworks Gallery, Panelist, London
Cornerhouse Gallery, Panelist, Manchester, England
1979
Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Lecture, Minnesota

OTHER ACTIVITIES
2012-2014 Advisory Board Member, ArteEast, New York, NY
2011-2015 Education and Curatorial Adviser, SADA (Echo) for Contemporary Iraqi Art, Baghdad,           Iraq and Beirut, Lebanon
2009-2014 Advisory Board Member, Mildred’s Lane, Narrowsburg, NY
2005-2008 Chair, Graduate Fine Arts Program, California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA
2002-2016 Editor-at-Large, Co-Editor, Cabinet magazine, New York
2004 Co-Editor, “Past Forward” audio CD, Cabinet Magazine, New York
2003 Co-Editor, “Lift” and “Juvenalia” audio CDs, Cabinet Magazine, New York
2002 Editor, “Syntax Error,” Cabinet Magazine
2001 Senior Editor, Cabinet magazine, New York
2000 Co-Editor-In-Chief, Cabinet magazine, New York
Founder and Co-Director, Immaterial Incorporated, Brooklyn, NY
1999 Co-Founder, Cabinet magazine, New York
1999-2001 Co-Director, Immaterial Incorporated, New York
1999-2005 Board Member, Immaterial Incorporated (501 c3 Non-Profit Organization)
1998 Editor, “New Splendid III” a compilation of audio art and music
1994 Editor, “New Splendid II,” a compilation of audio art and music from the U.S., Europe, Morocco

PUBLICATIONS
2016
Essay, “Troubling the Magic Circle,” Zones of Control, ed. Pat Harrigan and Matt Kirschenbaum, MIT Press, Boston
2004 Journal, “Decipherment of Linear X”, PIEROGI Brooklyn
1999 Catalog Essay, “Birth of a Notion?”, Kunst Als Teamwork, curator–Marion Piffer-Damiani, Kunsthalle, Vienna
1997 Catalog Introduction and Co-Editor, “Robert Smithson’s Dead Tree”, Pierogi 2000, New York
1996 Review, “Dissociationism”, Zingmagazine, New York
Catalog Essay, Joe Amrhein at Earl McGrath Gallery, New York
“WAR!”, WKCR On Air Program Guide, Feb vol xii, No.2, Columbia University, New York
1995 Catalog Essay, David Scher at Pierogi 2000, New York
1985 Doctoral Dissertation in Philosophy, “Theories of Pictorial Representation: Nelson Goodman’s Relativism and the Similarity Theory”, University of Minnesota

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
2015
Militus, Joe, “Bright Arrogance, gallery C, Speed, Erotics, Emergence,” Jacket 2, 2015 http://jacket2.org/commentary/bright-arrogance-gallery-c-0 
2010
Gilbert, Alan, “Critic’s Picks–Brian Conley: Miniature War in Iraq… and Now Afghanistan,” The Village Voice, New York, March 9
Schmidt, Heinrich. “Brian Conley: Miniature War in Iraq… and Now Afghanistan, The Boiler/ Pierogi,” Vernissage TV, Switzerland, March, 2010  http://vernissage.tv/blog/?s=Brian+Conley
Bittani, Matteo, “Art in the age of videogames”, Gamescenes, http://www.gamescenes.org/2010/09/game-art-brian-conleys-miniature-war-in-iraq-and-now-afghanistan-2010.html
Corwin, Will. “Top Ten Shows in New York for March and April,” Saatchi Gallery Online, March-April, 2010 http://www.saatchigallery.co.uk/blogon/art_news/will_corwins%0Dtop_10_new_york_shows_for_march_and_april/6238
Haber, John. “State of Emergency”   http://www.haberarts.com/call911.htm, Spring
2009
Borsky, Tanner. “On Groupwork,” Master’s Thesis, California College of Art
2008
Jendricke, Dorothea. “Critics Picks: Brian Conley,” artforum.com, June 6
Müller, Dominikus. “Rundgang in der Baumwollspinnerei Leipzig: Wie verabschiedet man sich von Neo Rauch?” artnet, May 6
2006
Catalogue, “Eight Americans,” Wanas Art Foundation, Sweden
2005
Book, Becoming Animal, MIT Press
2003
Book, “Dreaming Red: History of the Art” Pace Foundation
Kalm, James. “Brian Conley: Pseudanuran Gigantica: Unlimited”, Art Basel 33, Basel, Switzerland,”
Zing Magazine, Winter/Spring 2003, No. 18. P.291
2001
ArtNews, June
Leitsinger, Miranda. Associated Press, June
Cox, Christof. The Wire, London, June
2000
Time Out, London
Holmes, Brian, New York Arts
Tiselius, Henrik. “Två utstellningar värda en extra promenad”, Östermalm Tidningen, Stockholm
Castenfors, Mårten. “Under hajhjärna och i en kulturmotor”, Svenska Dagbladet, Stockholm
Forsberg, Nils. “Brian Conley”, Nöjes Guiden, 13.05.00, Stockholm
Olofsson, Anders.”Gå och Se!”, Konsten (www.ao-ordbod.a.se), Stockholm
Boo,Daniel. “Brian Conley”, www.alltomstockholm.se/kultur, Stockholm
Høvik, Marie Helen., “Brian Conley”, www.artaround.se, Stockholm.
1999
Weiss, Allen S., “Unnatural Horizons”, Princeton Architectural Press, New Jersey (Book)
1998
Catalog, Wild/Life, Amy Cappolozzo curator, Weatherspoon Gallery, Greensboro, North Carolina
Richards, Frances. Artforum, February, New York
1997
Smith,Roberta, New York Times, May
Catalog, Kunstart 96, Frankfurt, Germany
Printz Magazine, October, Frankfurt, Germany
Greene, David A., Frieze Magazine, London, England
Freedman, Matt, Review Magazine, May 15, New York
Time Out, May , New York
1996
Art Press, Paris, France
Strauss, Neil, “(constriction)” New York Times
Pall, Ellen, New York Times Sunday Magazine
1993
Catalog, Arc + Film International Festival, Graz, Austria; ArtVoice, Vol 4, #23, Nov., Buffalo, NY
1992
Heller, Steven and Karrie Jacobs (eds.)., “Angry Graphics: Protest Posters of the Reagan Bush Era”, Gibbs Smith Publishing, Utah. (Book)
1980
Wolff, Theodore, “On Brian Conley’s Paintings” Christian Science Monitor, Wash. DC, 1980

COLLECTIONS
Museum of Modern Art, Orange County Museum of Art, Sidney and Frances Lewis Collection, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Wanas Foundation