Selected Work

No. 16, 2012-2016
Mixed Media
71 x 45 x 60 inches

No. 44, 2012
Mixed Media
76 x 16 x 16 inches

No. 35, 2012
Mixed media
89 x 66 x 51 in.

No. 37, 2011
Mixed media
39 x 15 x 14 in.

Winners and Losers, 2016
Vintage presidential campaign buttons on canvas in two parts
45 1/2 x 91 x 2 in.

Spirits ’76, 2016
Mixed media
29 x 51 x 7 1/2 in.

“A Time For Choosing”, 2016
Mixed media
17 x 7 x 36 in.

No.3, 2012
Mixed media
3 1/4 x 13 3/4 x 9 inches (object)
33 1/4 x 20 1/4 x 15 3/4 inches (overall)

No. 1 (Second Inaugural Address), 2012
16 1/2 x 12 x 12 inches

No. 34, 2012
Mixed media
10 X 30 X 7 inches

No. 40, 2012
Edition of 10
Mixed media
17 x 6 x 7 inches (object)
65 x 14 x 14 (overall)

“Cheaper by the Dozen”, 2008
dolls, Astro turf, plywood, and platinum silicon rubber
40 X 69 X 54 inches

Pinko, 2009
Communist-Era finial, and platinum silicon rubber
112 X 20 X 53 inches

Jerusalem Street, 2009
Plastic nativity set, metal shopping cart, platinum silicon rubber
60X40X28 inches

Nothing but Net, 2009
plywood, hoop, platinum silicon rubber
11 X 48 X 29 inches

Vanitas Vanitatum, 2009
found hairdryer, linoleum tiles,  platinum silicon rubber
50 X 36 X 36 inches

Go Ask Alice, 2009
found vinyl bean bag chair, platinum silicon rubber
24 X 56 X 56 inches

Mobile, 2009
white wall tire, rope, and platinum silicon rubber
145 X 24 X 26 inches

Gothic Revival Bed, 1993
White oak, leather and vestment cloth
40 X 89 X 113 inches 

Play Dieu, 1994
White oak
45 X 34 X 17 inches

Declaration of Independence Desk-Lyndon, 1967, 1994
Basilico Fine Arts, New York, NY
Wood, felt, brass fittings
9 3/4 X 14 1/2 X 3 1/4 inches

Declaration of Independence- Henry Ford 1920’s, 1994
Basilico Fine Arts, New York, NY
Wood, felt, brass fittings
9 3/4 X 14 1/2 X 3 1/2 inches

Declaration of Independence- Brian Tolle 1990’s, 1994
Basilico Fine Arts, New York, NY
9 3/4 X 14 1/2 X 3 1/4 inches

The Philadelphia, 1995
Artists Space, New York, NY
Mixed media
14 X 53 X 15 feet

Raising the Philadelphia, 1995
Cast bronze medal, oak stand
11 X 9 X 2 1/2 inches

Views from America’s Attic, 1995
Hand-carved Styrofoam, hand-colored photo
33 X 29 inches

Benjamin’s WitchCatcher, 1997
Pine, glass, Duratrans
22 1/2 X 22 1/2 X 3 inches

Springtime on Schenk Farm
Pine, glass, Duratrans
22 1/2 X 22 1/2 X 3 inches

WitchCatcher, 1998
Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art
Mixed media
Size variable

Common Place, Common Consent, 1998
Hand-carved Styrofoam, liquid light projection
53 X 40 inches diameter

Common Consent, 1998 (installation view)
Mixed media
Size variable 

Dunsmuir Street, 1999
Pine, glass, Duratrans
17 1/2 X 43 1/2 X 6 inches; 35 1/4 X 6 inches

Form Follows Faction, 1999
Pine, glass, Duratrans
17 1/2 X 50 1/2 X 6 inches; 35 1/2 X 43 3/4 X 6 inches

Model City (view B), 2000
Reedwood, wrought iron, Durantrans
51 X 33 1/2 X 6 inches

Model City (view C), 2000
Redwood, wrought iron, Durantrans
51 X 33 1/2 X 6 inches

Job and Alice, 2006
Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH
Hand carved Styrofoam, robotics, acrylic paint
14 1/2 X 10 X 6 feet each

Join or Die, 2006
ICA, Philadelphia, PA
Mixed media
Installation size variable

Threshold, 2006
New School University, New York, NY
Fiberglass, paint
9 X 5 feet

Irish Hunger Memorial, 2002
Battery Park City, New York, NY
Mixed media, one half acre

Irish Hunger Memorial (detail), 2002
Battery Park City, New York, NY
Mixed media, one half acre

Irish Hunger Memorial (detail), 2002
Battery Park City, New York, NY
Mixed media, one half acre

Irish Hunger Memorial (night view), 2002
Battery Park City, New York, NY
Mixed media, one half acre

Witchcatcher, 2003
City Hall, New York, NY
Styrofoam, urethane, Dryvit, Brick
25 x 27 x 32 feet

Eureka, 2000
Gent, Belgium
Styrofoam, urethane, Dryvit, steel, wood
40 x 15 x 3 feet



Brian Tolle


  • 1994 Yale University School of Art, MFA
  • 1992 Parsons School of Design, BFA
  • 1986 SUNY at Albany, Political Science, BA

Solo Exhibitions

  • 2016Brian Tolle: POTUS, CRG Gallery, New York, NY
  • 2015Brian Tolle: Bordering Utopia. University Art Museum, Albany, NY
  • 2012Brian Tolle: Commander in Chief, CRG Gallery, New York, NY
  • 2009Levittown, CRG Gallery, New York, NY
  • 2006Gadget (serial exhibition), Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH
  • Die or Join, ICA, Philadelphia, PA
  • 2005For the Gentle Wind Doth Move Silently Invisibly, Cleveland Public Art, Mall B, Cleveland, OH
  • 2000Llano del Rio, Shoshana Wayne Gallery, CA
  • 1999Llano del Rio, Parsons School of Design, New York, NY
  • 1998Schmidt Contemporary Art, St. Louis, MO
  • Common Consent, Basilico Fine Arts, New York, NY
  • 1996Overmounted Interior, Basilico Fine Arts, New York, NY

Group Exhibitions

  • 2016 In/Dwelling: Meditations on Built Environments as Cultural Narrative, Rowan University Art Gallery, Glassboro, NJ
  • 2014 HOMELAND [IN]SECURITY: VANISHING DREAMS, Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs, Long Island City, NY
  • 2013 Inaugural Exhibition, The Pizzuti Collection, Columbus, OH
  • 2012 2nd Western China International Bienniale, Tian Ye Art Museum
  • 2010 On and Off the Wall: Seven Sculptors, CRG Gallery, NY
  • Faraway Nearby-Addressing Suburbia, Nerman Musem of Contemporary Art, Overland Park, KS
  • 2009 Parsons Pink Slips: Selected Work by the Department of Fine Arts Adjunct Faculty, George Adams Gallery, New York, NY
  • Art Brussels, 27th Contemporary Art Fair, Brussels, Belgium
  • Chelsea visits Havana, Tenth Havana Biennial, Museos Nacional de Bellas Artes, Havana, Cuba(cat.)
  • Invitational Exhibition of Visual Arts, American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, NY
  • 2008 Art Basel, Miami Beach Convention Center, Miami Beach, FL
  • Ours: Democracy in the Age of Branding, The Sheila C. Johnson Design Center, Parsons The New School for Design, New York, NY
  • Mildred’s Lane, Alexander Gray Associates Gallery, New York, NY
  • 2007 Mr. President, University Art Museum, University at SUNY Albany, Albany, NY
  • 40 Years of Public Art, The Arsenal Gallery, Central Park, New York, NY (cat.)
  • 2006 THE BONG SHOW or This Is Not a Pipe, Curated by Beverly Semmes, Leslie Tonkanow Gallery, New York, NY
  • Liverpool Biennial International 06, Liverpool, United Kingdom
  • Collection/Selection, Curated by Francine Benjo and Potassio Pliffi, Esso Gallery and Books, New York, NY
  • 2005 Down the Garden Path: The Artist’s Garden After Modernism, organized by Valerie Smith, Queens Museum of Art, Queens, NY (cat.)
  • Li.brar.y, Contermporary Art Galleries at University of Connecticut, Stamford, CT
  • 2004 The Voting Booth Project, Parsons School of Design, New York, NY
  • Lustwarande 04: Disorientation By Beauty, De Oude Warande, Tilburg, Netherlands (cat.)
  • Extinct Extant: Art in the Environment II, part of The Big Nothing, The Schuylkill Center, Philadelphia, PA
  • 2003 Absence into Presence: The Art, Architecture and Design of Remembrance, Aronson Galleries, Parsons School of Design, New York, NY
  • Metrospective, New York City Hall Park, New York, NY
  • Pursuit of Happiness, Kunsthalle Bern, Bern, Switzerland (cat.)
  • Eire | Land, McMullen Museum of Art, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA (cat.)
  • 2002 I Bienal Ceará América, De ponta-cabeça, Bienal de Arte Contemporânea das
  • Americas, Fortaleza-Ceará, Brazil (cat.) Curated by Jan Joet and Philippe Van Cauteren
  • The Presidential Suite, Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, NY
  • Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY (cat.)
  • Never Never Land, Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts, Camden, NJ
  • Pictures, Patents, Monkeys, and More… On Collecting, guest curated by Ingrid Shaffner for Independent Curators International (traveling), Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA (cat.)
  • 2001 Alumni Choice: An Exhibition of Works on Paper, Yale School of Art, New Haven, CT (cat.)
  • Sonsbeek 9: LocusFocus, organized by Jan Hoet, Sonsbeek, Arnhem, Netherlands (cat.)
  • Crossing the Line, organized by Valerie Smith, Queens Museum of Art, Queens, NY (cat.)
  • Never Never Land, Contemporary Art Center, Tampa, FL
  • Pictures, Patents, Monkeys, and More… On Collecting, guest curated by Ingrid Shaffner for Independent Curators International (traveling), Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA (cat.)
  • 2000 Over the Edges: The Corners of Ghent, a part of the Charles V 1500-2000 Project, organized by Jan Hoet for the Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Ghent, Belgium (cat.)
  • Innuendo, Dee Glasoe, New York, NY
  • Never Never Land, University Galleries at Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL (traveling)
  • 1999 Comfort Zone: Furniture by Artists, curated by Amy Wolf, organized by the Public Art Fund, Paine Webber Art Gallery, New York
  • Free Coke, GreeneNaftali Inc., New York
  • Holding Court, Entwistle, London, England
  • 1998 Genius loci, Kunsthalle, Bern, Switzerland (cat.)
  • Young Americans 2, The Saatchi Collection, London, England (cat.)
  • Here: Artists’ Interventions at the Aldrich Museum, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, CT
  • Light on the New Millennium, Pusan Metropolitan Art Museum, Busan, Korea
  • 1997 projects.doc: Selections from the Robert J. Schiffler Collection and Archive, Aronoff Center for the Arts, Cincinnati, OH
  • 9 to 5 @ MetroTech: New Commissions for the Commons, sponsored by Public Art Fund, MetroTech Center, Brooklyn, NY
  • Tableaux, curated by Bonnie Clearwater, Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, FL and The Contemporary Art Museum, Houston, TX
  • AJAR, curated by Atle Gerhardsen, Galleri F15, Moss, Norway (cat.)
  • Heaven-Private View: Public View, curated by Joshua Decter, P.S.1, Long Island City, NY
  • 1996 Intermission, curated by Matthew Ritchie and Toland Grinnell, part of “Can We Talk: A Forum on Dialogue,” Basilico Fine Arts, New York
  • Adicere Animos, la Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea e Pinacoteca Nazionale, Cesena, Italy (cat.)
  • Verrückt, Museum der Stadt, Arlosen, Germany (cat.)
  • Handmade/Readymades, Bertha & Karl Leubdorf Art Gallery, Hunter College, New York (cat.)
  • 1995 Verrückt, Schloss Agathenburg, Agatheburg, Germany (cat.)
  • Summer Fling, Basilico Fine Arts, New York
  • Customized Terror, Artist’s Space, New York (cat.)
  • Möbius Strip, Basilico Fine Art, New York (cat.)
  • 1994 The Shape of Time, Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT


  • 2013 Blighted Nation: Episode 4, RTE Radio, Dublin, Ireland, April 12.
  • Crowley, John, William J. Smyth and Mike Murphy, Atlas of the Great Irish Famine, New York: NYU Press
  • Glentzer, Molly, “University of Houston puts art in its place – on campus”, Zest, May 5, pH8:H10.
  • 2012 Blundo, Joe. “Ideas With Mile Age? Readers suggestions for Scioto Sculpture”,The Columbus Dispatch, January17.
  • Downes, Lawrence, “The Suburban Life – Potato Island”, The New York Times, Opinion Pages, October 25: pA32
  • Everything You Need To Know This Week On New York’s Art Scene, Guest of  a Guest, (illus.),
  • Ghose, Dave. “Ron Pizzuti’s Quest”. Columbus Monthly, April, p34:39.(illus).
  • Jacobson, Aileen, “The Potato, as Art and Instrument”, The New York Times, Arts Long Island Section, October 12: pL19
  • Laluyan, Oscar A, “All Hail To The Chief by Brian Tolle”,, October 16 (illus.)
  • Parks, Steve, “‘Occupying Potato’ at Islip Art Museum”, Newsday, September 26
  • Roaman, Judy, “We Talk Endlessly About the Next President, But What About Our Past Presidents? “,, October 29 (illus.)
  • Thorson, Alice, “Nerman Museum celebrates 20 years of Oppenheimers’ patronage”, The Kansas City Star, October 13
  • Paprocky, Ray. “The Hyperboloid”, Columbus Monthly, January, p.12 (illus.)
  • Suarez, Edna, “Brian Tolle: Commander in Chief”, goARTkids, October 28, (illus.)
  • Valentine, Victoria, “’Commander in Chief’: Presidential Symbols by Brian Tolle”, Arts Observer, November 9,(illus),
  • 2011 Blundo, Joe, “Having a Winning Idea for Scioto Mile Art?” The Columbus Dispatch, December 20.
  • Blundo, Joe, “Scioto Mile Sculpture Shouldn’t Evoke Image of Three Mile Island”, The Columbus Dispatch, December 6.
  • Diaz, Ivette, “A Living Gallery for Our Collection”, Miami Beach Magazine, Winter 2011, p.7.
  • Dodge, Tom, “Photo: Texting a Founding Father”, The Columbus Dispatch, July 29
  • Gottesdiener, Laura, “Hits & “Misses” – Artist puts boro icons on a pedestal”, Brooklyn Paper, March 8.
  • Interview with Adrian Flannely, Irish Radio Network USA, New York, NY, March 26.
  • Interview, “Sides with Ann Fisher”, WOSU Radio, Columbus, OH, December 14.
  • Lazarowitz, Elisabeth, “Bridge Babes Are Back – Recreating Flatbush Art”, New York Daily News, Brooklyn section, March 23.
  • Night Side, ABC6 / FOX28, December 1.
  • Vitale, Robert, “Artist adjusts look of Scioto sculpture”, The Columbus Dispatch, December 15.
  • Vitale, Robert, “Artist shows off new design for Scioto Mile sculpture”, The Columbus Dispatch, December 14.
  • Vitale, Robert, “Let Debate Begin Over Proposed Riverfront Sculpture”, The Columbus Dispatch, December 2.
  • Vitale, Robert, “Sculpture would polish off Scioto Mile”, The Columbus Dispatch, December 1.
  • 2010Balmori, Diana, “Skid Rows, Queens Museum of Art”, A Landscape Manifesto, pp. 144-148, Yale University Press New Haven and London
  • Miami Beach TV, CityVision, Miami Beach FL – interview, host and producer Emily Aus
  •  “Twisted chimney dominates valley skyline”, BBC News South East Wales, 12 August
  • Fintan Cullen, “Ireland in New York”, Wasafiri, Vol. 25, No2 June, pp. 15-18
  • CBS Productions, CSI: Episode 617, Pot of Gold, March 10- Irish Hunger Memorial
  • Robertson, Jean, and Craig McDaniel. Themes of Contemporary Art, Visual Art After 1980, Second Edition, New York: Oxford UP, pp. 140-145
  • 2009Kearny, Richard, “Memory and Forgetting in Irish Culture”, Connections, Essays, Memories, and Poems in Honour of Pierre Joanonn, Dublin: Four Courts Press/The Ireland Fund of France
  • Palermo, Victoria, “Brian Tolle”, Sculpture Magazine, September
  • Paramount Pictures, Morning Glory – Irish Hunger Memorial
  • NYC TV Channel 25, It’s My Park, July 7 – Irish Hunger Memorial
  • Puente, Kelly, “Cerritos mall to get giant sculpture of shopping bag”, Press-Telegram, June 29
  • Schwartzberg, Neala, “Irish Hunger Memorial in New York City”,, June 11, 2009
  • Princenthal, Nancy, “Brian Tolle, Levittown”, Art in America, April, pp. 145-146
  • “Brian Tolle – CRG”,, March 13
  • Wilson, Michael, “Brian Tolle, Levittown”, TimeOut, March 11
  • Di Paola, Mike, “Art, People Triumph Over Traffic in $23 Million Brooklyn Rehab”,, March 12, 2009
  • Shaw, Liz, “Brian Tolle’s Levittown at CRG Gallery”, March 11
  • Ohtake, Miyoko, “Living in Levittown”,, March 9
  • Wolin, Joseph R., “Ours: Democracy in the Age of Branding”, TimeOut, January 1
  • 2008Collins, Linda, “Contemporary Replicas of Early Downtown Brooklyn Sculptures…”, Brooklyn Eagle, October 9
  • Farr, Sheila, “Local speaking appearances by artists Chuck Close   and Brian Tolle”, Seattle Times, April 9
  • Visual Culture of Valley, March, Vol. 1, pp. 23 (illus.)
  • 2007Dupre, Judith. Monuments,  America’s History in Art and Memory. New York: Random House,pp. 204-209
  • Wuetcher, Sue. “Invigorating UB’s Public Spaces, Urns in Founders Plaza first step toward broader public art program.” University at Buffalo Reporter, November 1, 2007, Vol. 39, No. 9: 1-2 (illus.)
  • LaGravenese , Richard. P.S.I Love You, Irish Hunger Memoria
  • lMcCormick, Carlo. “The Bong Show, New York Artists Hit the Pipe.” High Times, April: 13 (illus.)
  • Cell, Claire. “Gigantic Tree sculpture grows in Margaretville.” Catskill Mountain News Jul. 25: 2A
  • Stanley, Andrea. “Art on the Green: Central Florida’s Exhibit Without Walls.” Orlando Liesure, February: 136-137.
  • Rubinstein, Dana. “Gateway to Brooklyn Sculptor Chosen!” The Brooklyn Paper 2 Feb. 2007.
  • Witt, Stephen. “New Gateway for Borough- Sculpture to Mark Entrance to Brooklyn.” Fort Greene Courier 24 Feb.
  • 2006“You Got the Part- Just Be Yourself.” New York Times 10 Dec. 2006, sec. Art: 37.
  • Bishop, Philip E. “Modern Art in Park Challenges.” Orlando Sentinel 26 Dec. 2006, sec. D: 9.
  • Baker, R.C. “Buzz-Worthy.” The Village Voice, December 21, Art & Photo.Cambpell-Johnston, Rachel, “Wacky? Of Course. This is Liverpool,” The Times, September 16, p. 40
  • Lister, Sam, “Biennial Artist Brings New Dimension to Liverpool,” Liverpool Daily Post, September (illus.)
  • Hubbard, Sue, “International Festival of Contemporary Arts,” The Independent, September 27 p. 20 Visual Arts
  • Feld, Kate, “Mirror Images,” The Enquirer, September 14Lister, Sam, “The Whiff of Success: From Scent to Making Sense of the World We Live In,” Liverpool Daily Post, September 26, p. 6 Biennial Insert
  • James, Laura L., “Brian Tolle Brings his Pursuit to the CAC,” Cincinnati CityBeat, June 21 art section (illus.)Reder, Selena, “Brian Tolle,” Cincinnati CityBeat, July 26 art section
  • Lister, Sam, “Biennial Artists Bring New Dimension to Liverpool,” Liverpool Daily Post, September 14, p. 8 (illus.)
  • Vogel, Carol, “Claders for Everyone at City Hall Park,” New York Times, April 21 p. E 21
  • Hughes, Samuel, “Arts: Re-Imagining Ben.” The Pennsylvania Gazette, March and April p. 61 (illus.)
  • “Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia,” Sculpture, March p.15 (illus.)
  • Fallon, Roberta, “Cold Hands, Warm Heart: Six artists tackle chilly formalism, but with heated anxiety,” Philadelphia Weekly, March 8-14, 2006, p.38Rosof, Libby, “Die, or Join,” Roberta Fallon and Libby
  • Rosof’s Artblog, Feb. 22 (illus.)
  • Kahn, Eve M. “(Brian Tolle) Form Distortionist.” The International Design Magazine “I.D.Forty: Who Deserves More Attention” January and February, p.82
  • “Celebrating the 300th Birthday of Benjamin Franklin,” Almanac, January
  • “Editor’s Pick: Going, going, gone,” Penn Current, January 12, p.6
  • O’Reilly, Michael, Trudi Brown and Kenneth Finkel, “About Benjamin,” WHYY-TV12 Press Room, January 12, 9pm.
  • Sozanski, Edward J., “Softening up old physical formalism: Three new exhibitions at ICA add elements of history, sociology, humor and personal experience to the bedrock of medernism,” The Philadelphia Inquirer, January 29, p.H14
  • Liverpool Biennial International 06, Liverpool, United Kingdom(cat.)
  • 2005Robertson, Jean, and Craig McDaniel. Themes of Contemporary Art, Visual Art After 1980. New York: Oxford UP, pp. 63-66.
  • Mohammed, Michael, “Going Posy-to-Posy with NYC, Cleveland pits beautification efforts against New York’s in contest,” The Plain Dealer, June 30 p. B3 (illus.)
  • Johnson, Ken, “Nurturing Modernism with Spades, Water and Black Flowers,” New York Times, July 29 p. E32 (illus.)
  • “2004 Public Art in Review,” Art in America, August Annual p.55 (illus.)
  • Chasin, Noah, “Plant one on: The Queens Museum wanders through 50 years of artists’ gardens,” Time Out New York, July 21-27, pp 69-70 (illus.)
  • Goodman, Wendy, “The interior world of Richard Avedon,” New York Magazine, January 10, pp 24-30 (illus.)
  • Owens, Mitchell, “Off with the powdered wig,” The New York Times, January 13, House and Home front page, pp. F1, F6 (illus.)
  • Vanderbilt, Tom, “Making the cut,” Print, Jan/Feb, pp. 64-71 (illus.)
  • 2004 “A Good Death: Sculptor Brian Tolle ’92 Designs Richard Avedon’s Deathbed,” Parsons RE:D Alumni Magazine, pp. 26-27 (illus.)
  • “An Idea for Hoboken’s 9/11 victims,” Downtown Express, February 13-19: p.11
  • “Art Silently, Invisibly moved by lake wind”, Archibot Discussion Forum, (illus.)
  • Christian, Barbara, “Brian Tolle’s sculptures grace Cleveland’s Mall B,” Currents, December 9, p. C3 (illus.)
  • Dunlap, David, “Of 5,201 Ideas to Remember Sept.11, Some are Best Forgotten,” The New York Times, February 20: front page, p.B6
  • Fallon, Roberta, “The woods, the weeds, the village,” artblog, Aug. 01 (illus)
  • Litt, Steven, “Proponent of public art in Cleveland steps down,” ThePlain Dealer, September 29, Arts and Life front page, pp. E1,E9
  • Litt, Steven “Making Waves: Wind patterns shape urns on the Mall,” The Plain
  • Dealer, October 1, Arts and Life front page, pp. E1,E4 (illus.)
  • Newman, Maria, “Another 9/11 Memorial Across the Hudson,” The New York Times, March 5: p. A20
  • “Re:Engage,” RE:D, Winter/Spring: p.14
  • Schwartz, Joyce Pomeroy, “Today’s Public Art is Integral to Urbanism and the Environment,” Public Spaces and Public Art International Conference, pp. 110-139
  • Sell, Jill, “Memorial brings part of Ireland to New York to honor famine victims,” The Plain Dealer, March 17, Arts & Life Section: pp.E1, E6 (illus.)
  • Shaw, Scott, “Thirst Quencher,” The Plain Dealer, September 16.
  • Way, James, “NJ’s Own 9/11 Memorial,” The Architect’s Newspaper, February 17: front page, p.2 (illus.)
  • 2003Anliker, Peter, “Denken statt staunen,” Der Bund, January 24: p.35 (illus.)
  • Ansager, February 7: p. 22 (illus.)
  • “Ausstellungen,” Praxis, February 12: p. 318 (illus.)
  • “Baugefällig,” Annabelle, February 19: p. 86
  • “Brian Tolle Irish Hunger Memorial,” Sculpture, June: pp. 26-27 (illus.)
  • Budick, Ariella, “Sculpture Steps Outdoors,” Newsday, August 24 pp.D14-16 (illus.)
  • Buhrfeind, Eva, “Andere Ausblicke auf ideale Wohnstätten,” Berner Rundschau, February 4: p. 28
  • Buhrfeind, Eva, “Die Sehnsucht nach dem idealen Ort,” Aargauer Zeitung, February 2: p. 12
  • Cardwell, Diane, “Yes, It’s Art, but to Santa, A Trip to the Chiropractor,” The New York Times, January 19, Metro Section: p.L25 (illus.)
  • “City Hall Park,” Channel 2 News at Six. WCBS-TV, New York. January 29. 6:00 pm
  • “City Hall Park boasts its first public art project since 1992,”, January 19
  • “City Hall Park boasts its first public art project since 1992,”, January 19
  • Clancy, Michael, “9/11 Tribute,” am New York, November 20: front page, p.5
  • D’Arcy, David, “The trail of tears: memorials multiply,” The Art Newspaper, No. 133 February: p.6 (illus.)
  • Deignan, Tom, “The Top 100,” Irish America, April/May: p.33 (illus.)
  • Dillon, David, “Memory of Want,” The Dallas News, February 12: p.12C
  • Dwyer, Jim, “Memorial to Irish Fortitude Comes Undone in New York,” New York Times, May 7: front page (illus.)
  • Femina, January 26: p 13
  • “First Public Art Project in City Hall Park Since ’92,”, January 21
  • “Footlights,” The New York Times, January 28: p. E1
  • “Fragen des Ortes,” Bernerbär, February 20: p. 25 (illus.)
  • “From Bofield to Battery Park,” RTE1-TV, Ireland. January 1 9:35-10:00 pm
  • Holtz Kay, Jane, “A Hunger for Memorials,” Landscape Architecture, March: cover, pp. 114-116 (illus.)
  • Hughes, Robert J., “Close-Knit and Irish,” The Wall Street Journal, March 14: p. W11C
  • “Hunger Art,” Community Arts Network – API news, September#38, (illus.)
  • “Irish Hunger Memorial,” Hugh L. Carey Battery Park City Authority 2002 Annual Review, pp. 16-17
  • Johnson, Paddy, “Monumental: Paddy Johnson looks at architecture, memory and an intriguing icon of ‘Irishness,” CIRCA 105,Autumn 2003: pp. 52-56 (illus.)
  • Kimmelman, Michael, “A Seasonal Migration of Cultural Scope,” The New York Times, August, 8: pp. E27 ,E29 (illus.)
  • Mathonnet, Philippe, “A la Kunsthalle de Berne les utopies se heurtent au réel,” Le Temps, February 3: p. 31
  • “Metrospective,” Channel 2 News This Morning. WCBS-TV, New York. January 20. 5:00 am
  • “Metrospective,” Channel 2 News This Morning. WCBS-TV, New York. January 29. 6:00 am
  • “Metrospective,” Channel 7 News. WABC-TV, New York. January 20. 5:00 am
  • Motta, Carlos, “Interview with Brian Tolle,” November – Issue 4.
  • “New York Tonight- special edition” NY1-TV, New York. November 19: 8:00-10:00 pm
  • “Ortsstudien,” Ansager, January 24: p. 20
  • “Outdoor Art Exhibit Opens at City Hall Park,”, January 28 (illus.)
  • Press Digest, January 30: cover (illus.)
  • “Public Art in City Hall Park,”, January 16
  • “Q&A: What’s that brick helix in City Hall Park?,”, January 24 (illus.)
  • “Richard Avedon vs. Brian Tolle,” BlackBook, Winter 2004: pp.64-86 (illus.)
  • Richardson, Lynda, “Like Potato Fields, His Memorial Lies Fallow,” New York Times, Public Lives, May 14: pg B2 (illus.)
  • Richardson, Lynda, “With Art All the Rage Again, Projects Are Finished,” The New York Times, January 23, The Metro Section: cover.
  • “Saint Patrick’s Day Parade,” WNBS-TV, New York. February 17
  • Smith, Liz, March 11
  • Smith, Liz, “A Miraculous Pairing,” Newsday, March 11: p. A11
  • Smith, Liz, “Working miracles,” New York Post, March 11: p.18
  • Smith, Liz, “Working miracles,”, March 11
  • Temin, Christine, “museum tackles a sprawling subject With ‘Eire/Land,’ Boston College,” The Boston Globe February 5
  • The New York Sun, January 13: cover (illus.)
  • “The Pursuit of Happiness,” NzzTicket, January 23: p. 57
  • “The Pursuit of Happiness – utopische und alternative Wohnformen,” Tec21, February 14: p. 46 (illus.)
  • Tobler, Konrad, “Auf der Suche nach dem Glück,” Berner Zeitung January 24: p. 20
  • Tobler, Konrad, “Auf der Suche nach dem Glück,” Solothurner Tagblatt January 24: p. 20
  • Tobler, Konrad, “Auf der Suche nach dem Glück,” Thuner Tagblatt January 24: p. 20
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  • “Winter Festival 2003,”, January 9
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  • Barth, Jonathan.  New York Post.  June 17: p.34.
  • “Biennial in the Park,”, January 10
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  • Breslin, Jimmy. “The Sacred Ground Is the City at Work”, Newsday. December 19: p.A4.
  • Buddick, Ariella, “Piece of the Biennial Take to the Park,” Newsday, March 6
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  • “Critics’s picks”, Time Out. August 29-September 5: p.98
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  • Schoeneman, Deborah, “Gallery on grass: Take a sculpture hike through Central Park,” March 7
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  • Deignan, Tom, “NYC Artist to Design Battery Park City Exhibit,” Irish Voice, March 8-14
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  • Dunlap, David W., “Worn Down and Irish, and Moving Over Here,” The New York Times, May 30: p.B3
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  • Hoet, Jan, and Dieter Roelstraete, exhibition catalogue for Sonsbeek 9: LocusFocus, Arnhem, Sonsbeek, the Netherlands, pp. 345-49
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  • McGowan, Carl, “Exhibit Crosses Over the Line,” Newsday, August 26: p. Q14
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  • Siggins, Lorna, “Co Mayo Famine House to Be Rebuilt in US,” The Irish Times, June 2: p.3
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  • Vogel, Carol, “Inside Art: A Homegrown Biennial,” The New York Times, November 16: p. E30
  • Wazuka, Margaret, “Artist Brian Tolle and 1100 Architect Design Half-Acre Irish Hunger Memorial at New York City’s Battery Park City,” Design Architecture News (online), April 12
  • Wehr, Anne, “Queens Sized,” TimeOut New York, August 16-23, p.46 (illus.)
  • “World’s Fair Remembered Through Exhibit Lights,” Queens Chronicle, August 2: p.27-28
  • 2000Arning, Bill, “Featured Artist: Brian Tolle”, Honcho, March: pp.61-62
  • “Beinecke Show Traces Americans’ Utopian Visions,” Yale Bulletin, February 11: p.5
  • Blackwell, Josh, “Brian Tolle at Shoshana Wayne”, Art issues, summer: p.49.
  • Bollen, Christopher, “Innuendo at Dee/Glasoe” TimeOut New York, June 29 – July 6.
  • “Center For New Design At Parsons School Of Design Participates In Exhibition In Ghent,” Antiques & The Arts Weekly, June 9
  • Christie’s, Contemporary Art (Day Sale), auction catalogue from May 17 sale, New York, p.44 (lot 143)
  • Comte, Béatrice, “De l’art… ou du cochon,” Le Figaro, April 21
  • Gisoul, Guy, “Dans les rues de Gand,” Le vif/L’express, April 14: p. 87.
  • Goings On About Town, “Innuendo”, The New Yorker, July 3
  • Hoet, Jan, exhibition catalogue for Over the Edges: The Corners of Ghent, a part of the Charles V 1500-2000 Project, organized by Jan Hoet for the Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Ghent, Belgium
  • “Innuendo,” The New Yorker, July 3: p.14
  • Johnson, Ken, “Innuendo at Dee/Glasoe”, The New York Times, July 7
  • Loire, Cédric, “Gand, de l’autre côté du miroir,” DDO, June/July/August: pp.10-11
  • “Musing on Mickey: Never Never Land Attempts to Dissect the Mouse Through Art,” City Link, November 8
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  • 1999Dietz, Paula, “Making What’s Public Private”, The New York Times,May 2: p. 29.
  • Kaplan, Renee, “And on Another Furniture Front”, Newsday, April 11.
  • 1998“9 to 5 at Metrotech: Brian Tolle,” inprocess, Spring, p.5
  • Adeyemi, Ester, “Ausstellung ‘Genius Loci’ in der Kunsthalle Bern,” Berner Bolfszeitung, January 27: p.2
  • Adeyemi, Ester, “Ausstellung ‘Genius Loci’ in der Kunsthalle Bern: Eine Standortbestimmung?,” Der Landbole, January 31: p.28
  • Anderson, Melinda, “Brian Tolle at Basilico,” Art & Auction, May: p.82
  • Avgikos, Jan, “Brian Tolle,” Artforum, October: pp.123-24
  • Avgikos, Jan, “The Shape of Art at the End of the Century,” Sculpture,    pp.46-53
  • Blair, Dike, “Here: Artists’ Interventions at the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art,” The Thing – Internet Magazine, November 3
  • “Blick auf das Naheliegende,” Zürichsee-Zeitung, January 29: p.20
  • Bona, Clara and Elisabetta Pincherele, “Ho trovato l’America,” La Republica Delle Donne, August 31
  • Daniel, Jeff, “What’s an Original? 2 Shows Explore the Same Theme Differently?,” St. Louis Dispatch, April 19
  • Del Re, Gianmarco, “Young Americans 2: Parts I & II,” Flash Art, November/December: p.66“
  • Der neue Direktor der Kunsthalle Bern befragt die Stätte seines Wirkens,” Berner Rundschau, January 29: p.10
  • Eleey, Peter, “Now and Later Fails to Offer Viewers the Full Picture,” The Yale Herald, April 10: p.16
  • “Erste Ausstellung des neuen Direktors,” Basellandschaftliche Zeitung,  January 24: p.7
  • “Genius loci,” L’Hebdo, January 29: p.82
  • “‘Genius loci’: Ausstellung in Kunsthalle Bern,” Der Zürcher Oberländer, January 28: p.26
  • “’Genius loci’ in der Kunsthalle Bern,” Walliser Bote, January 16: p.13
  • “’Genius loci’: Kunsthalle Bern,” Swiss Agenda, February 2: p.6
  • Gould, Claudia and Valerie Smith (eds), 5000 Artists Return to Artists Space: 25 Years, NewYork: Artists Space, pp.138, 266, 284-85
  • Glueck, Grace, “A Chair, a Fireplace, Binoculars: Sculpture to Be Seen on the Street,” The New York Times, January 16: p. E39
  • Kimmelman, Michael, “Common Consent,” The New York Times, May 29: p.E39
  • Koplos, Janet, “Bonnie Collura at Basilico Fine Arts,” Art in America, September
  • Krebs, Edith, “Im weissen Würfel,” Tages Anzeiger, February 17: p.55
  • “Kunsthalle de Berne: Quand l’esprit des lieux risque de passer inaperçu,” La Liberté, February 7: p.26
  • Levin, Kim, “Tony Matelli”, Village Voice, February 9: p. 72.
  • Light on the New Millenium, exhibition catalogue, organized as part of   the ’98 Pusan International Contemporary Art Festival, Pusan Metropolitan Art Museum, Pusan, Korea, pp. 96 (illus.), 161
  • Lombardi, D. Dominick, “’Here’ Is Where You Should Be,” The Bedford Pound Ridge Record Review, October 23
  • Negrotti, Rosanna, “States of Mind,” What’s On, October 7: pp.8-9
  • Oberholzer, Niklaus, “Kunst, die Räume öffnet,” Neue Nidwaldner Zeitung, January 28: p.42
  • Philbrick, Harry, Here: Artists’ Interventions at the Aldrich Museum, exhibition catalogue, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT, p.13
  • Ramp, Stefanie, “It’s All Here,” Fairfield County Weekly, September 24-30
  • Ritchie, Matthew, “Love, Sweat and Tears,” Flash Art, November/December: pp.78-81
  • Saltz, Jerry, “Jason Dodge ‘Helsinki,’” TimeOut, May 7-14: p.64.
  • Schwendener, Martha, “Common Consent,” TimeOut, May 21-28: p.59
  • Searle, Adrian, “The Infants Liam and Noel…,” The Guardian, September 7: pp.10-11
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  • Tschanz, Françoise, “Y a-t-il un esprit dans la salle?,” Journal du Jura, February 6: p.21
  • Zaugg, Fred, “Kunsthalle Bern,” Der Bund, January 23: p.7
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  • Zwez, Annelise, “Auf den Spuren eines Mythos am Helvetiaplatz,” Aargauer Zeitung, January 27: p.49
  • 1997Arning, Bill, “Public Address: A Show Grows in Brooklyn,” TimeOut New York, November 27-December 4: p.51
  • Brunslid, Morten, “Samspill uten et tema,” Moss Avis, April 18
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  • Findsen, Owen, “Exhibit at Aronoff is a Diverse Delight,” The Cincinnati Enquirer, July 6: pp.E1, E6
  • Flor, Harald, “Samspill og solo”
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  • Hjerting, Yvonne, “Gi kunsten en sjanse!,” Observer, May 12
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  • Marcoci, Roxanna, Diana Murphy, et al. (eds), New Art, New York: Harry N. Abrams, pp.144-45
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  • Skappel, Grania, “Tilfeldig på Alby?, Moss Dagblad, April 18: p.33 (illus.)
  • Turner, Elise, “Scenes in Tableaux Expose Life’s Fakery, Underbelly,” Miami Herald, May 11: pp.11, 41
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  • 1996Avgikos, Jan, “Best & Worst 1996, Best: ‘Tolle House,’” Artforum, December: p.104
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  • Levin, Kim, “Voice Choices,” The Village Voice, May 14: p.9
  • Mahoney, Robert, “Brian Tolle, ‘Overmounted Interior,’” TimeOut New York, May 15-22, No. 34: p.24
  • Ritchie, Matthew, “The Architecture of Possibility,” Performing Arts Journal, September, vol.XVIII, No. 3
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  • Servetar, Stuart, “Brian Tolle, ‘Overmounted Interior,’” New York Press, May 8-14: p.81
  • Servetar, Stuart, “Ouverture: Brian Tolle,” Flash Art, Summer: p.124
  • Smith, Roberta, “Enter Youth, Quieter and Subtler,” The New York Times,   May 17
  • Smith, Roberta, “Handmade Readymades,” The New York Times,March 3: p. C20
  • Wallach, Amei, “Overrun, Soho’s Art World Shifts Ground,” The New York Times, May 12: p. H51, H54
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  • 1995Avgikos, Jan, “Up, Up and Away,” Interview Magazine, May: p.44
  • Avgikos, Jan, “In With the Out Crowd,” Artforum, March: p.12
  • Avgikos, Jan, “To Be Clear At All Costs… As Long As It Looks Good,” Artists Space, April/July.
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  • Danek, Sabine, “Gegen die Geschlechtertrennung,” Szene Hamburg, November: pp.108-9
  • Kock, Mechtild, “‘Ver-rückt’: Aggressiv bis leichtfüssig,” Stader Tageblatt, September 25
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  • Schiff, Hajo, “New York im Schloss,” Taz Hamburg, September 27: p.23
  • Servetar, Stuart, “Pick,” New York Press, July 28: p.53
  • “‘Ver-rückt’ Sieben aus New York,” Stader Tageblatt, July 5
  • “Ver-rückt Kunst: Sieben Junge New Yorker Stellen Aus,” Stader Tageblatt, September 20
  • 1994Plaganis, Margaret, “Time Bombed,” The Hartford Advocate,September 29
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  • 2008 The Art Commission of the City of New York Award for Excellence in Design
  • 2003 Irish American Historical Society
  • Irish American Heritage Committee – Irishman of the Year
  • Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Award

Selected Collections, Commissions and Public Works

  • 2016Pagent, Brooklyn, NY
  • 2015Outflow, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  • 2014Origin, University of Houston, Houston, TX
  • 2012Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, OH
  • Landscape of Memory, City of Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  • Manhattan Bridge/Flatbush Avenue, Percent of Art, New York, NY
  • 2010  Remembering Walter H. Deubner – the inventor of the shopping bag, Los Cerritos, LA
  • Simnai Dirdro (Twisted Chimney), Rhymney, Wales, UK
  • Collins Park, City of Miami Beach, Miami Beach, FL
  • 2007 Stronghold, Washington State Arts Commission, Seattle, WA
  • 2006  Threshold, New School University, New York, NY
  • 2004 Cleveland Public Art, Cleveland, OH
  • 2003 City Hall, New York, NY
  • 2002 Irish Hunger Memorial, Battery Park City, NY, a one-half acre sculpture on the Hudson River, reshaping the landscape with a full-scale replica of a hillside Irish farm desiccated by the potato famine.
  • Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum, New York, NY
  • 2001 Queens Museum of Art, Queens, NY
  • 2000 S.M.A.K. (Municipal Museum of Contemporary Art), Gent, Belgium
  • GSA, Federal Courthouse, Jackson, MI, proposal


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