Wolfgang Staehle

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Books and Catalogues
  "Kunst nach Ground Zero" edited by Heinz Peter Schwerfel. Dumont Verlag.  
  "Watching The World Change" by David Friend. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2006.  
  "Architecture:Art" by Philip Jodidio. Prestel, 2006.  
  "Internet Art" by Rachel Greene. Thames&Hudson, 2004.  
  "Digital Art" by Christiane Paul. Thames&Hudson, 2003.  
  "New Media Art" by Mark Tribe/Reena Jana. Taschen, 2005.  
  "Ce Qui Arrive / Unknown Quantity" by Paul Virilio. Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, 2003.  
  "Art & Today" by Eleanor Heartney. Phaidon, 2008.  
  The Cinema Effect; Illusion, Reality, and the Moving Image. Text by Kerry Brougher, Kelly Gordon and others. Hirshhorn Museum/D Giles Limited, 2008.  
  "New York und Tokio in der Medienkunst: Urbane Mythen zwischen Musealisierung und Mediatisierung" by Jutta Zaremba. transcript Verlag, Bielefeld, 2006.  
  "Time Zones: Recent film and Video" by Jessica Morgan and Gregor Muir. Tate Modern.  
Articles and Reviews
  "Real-Time Futures: Five Notes on the Work of Wolfgang Staehle" by John Menick. Published in Parachute 113, 2004.  
  "Wolfgang Staehle, Untitled" by Alexi Worth, ARTFORUM, November, 2001.  
  "In New York´s Galleries, a New Context Seems to Remake the Art" by Roberta Smith. Published in the New York Times, September 19, 2001.  
  "As the world turns," a local show takes on the theme of globalism in art. By Tim Griffin - Time Out NY June 13-20, 2002, Issue #350  
  "Untitled" by Keith Sanborn. Published in "Kunst Nach Ground Zero," Dumont, 2002 (in German) and in "Critical Conditions," Wood Street Galleries, Pittsburgh.  
  "A very brief history of time" by Adrian Searle. Guardian, October 7, 2004.  
  "For Art Lovers, a Chelsea Morning" by Blake Gopnik. Washington Post, September 26, 2004.  
  "Accidental Historian" by Karen Rosenberg (interview). September 13, 2004 issue of New York Magazine.  
  "Zerstörungsvideo vom Palazzo prozzo" by Verena Schulemann (interview). Welt am Sonntag, December 24, 2006  
  "Wolfgang Staehle at Postmasters Gallery" by Sherman Sam. Contemporary Magazine, 2004 (issue 69).  
  "Art for a new world" by Bill Jones. Time Out New York, Issue No. 313, September 27 - October 4, 2001  
  "History Asks, What Then?" by Alan Moore, artnet magazine, September 2001  
  "Nach dem Bildersturm" by Ute Vorkoeper. ZEIT online, 08/17/2006 (in German).  
  "2004" by Andrew Robinson, Gay City News, October 2004  
  Wolfgang Staehle at Postmasters by Nancy Princenthal. Art in America, Nov, 2001  
  "Televisions" by Sherry Wong. Review of "Monitor: Volume 2," June 25-Aug. 9, 2002, at Gagosian Gallery, New York.  
  Wolfgang Staehle, review by Cornelia Lauf, Arts Magazine, September 1988  
  Wolfgang Staehle, Postmasters, Apr 16 – May 16, 2009. By Brian Boucher. Art in America, 5/11/2009.  
  Wolfgang Staehle, POSTMASTERS, April 16–May 16, 2009. ARTFORUM, Critics' Picks. By Blake Gopnik.  
  "Attention and Distraction: On the Aesthetic Experience of Video Installation Art" by Anne Ring Petersen. Riha Journal, 2010.  
  "Living (with) Technical Time" by Mark B.N. Hansen. Theory, Culture & Society, 2009.  
  "2001" by Sabine Russ BOMB 118/Winter 2012  
  "An escapist exhibition about escapism" by Philip Kennicott, Washington Post, June 25, 2011  
  "Wolfgang Staehle - Ludlow Street" by Keith Sanborn. The Brooklyn Rail, February 2017.  
  "Wolfgang Staehle, Ludlow Street @ Postmasters," by Loring Knoblauch in Collector Daily, January 11, 2017.  
Selected Website Listings
  "Time Zones: Recent film and Video" by Jessica Morgan and Gregor Muir. Tate Modern.  
  Pamela M Lee: After Obsolescence (real player video). TATE Online archive. November 4, 2004.  
  Press release 2001 (postmedia/e-flux)  
  Time lapse video "Eastpoint" by Wolfgang Staehle (real player video). Washington Post, 2004.