MATTHEW BUCKINGHAM

Born 1963 in Nevada, Iowa

Lives and works in New York

Education

1997 Whitney Independent Study Program, New York
1996 MFA, Bard College, Annandale-On-Hudson, NY
1988 BA, film production and film studies, The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
1984 The School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Solo Exhibitions

2011 Where Will We Live?, Glassell School of Art, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Houston
Matthew Buckingham: The Spirit and the Letter
, Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, The Brooklyn Museum, New York
2010 Caterina van Hemessen is Twenty Years Old, Art Unlimited, Art | 42 | Basel, Switzerland
Likeness, Murray Guy, New YorkKonrad Fischer Galerie, DüsseldorfLandings, Vestfossen, Norway
2009 Matthew Buckingham: Time Proxies, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid
Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver, CO
2008 Will Someone Please Explain It To Me, I’ve Just Become a Radical, Murray Guy, New York
Matthew Buckingham, “From 1957 to 1969 This Building Was Empty”,
The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago
Paleography
, Konrad Fischer Galerie, Berlin
Murray Guy, New York
Index, Stockholm
Play the Story
, Frac Bourgogne, Dijon, France; traveling to Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, IA; Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA
2007 Half Remembered, ArtPace, San Antonio, TX
Everything Has a Name
, Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum fuer Gegenwart, Berlin
Play the Story, Camden Arts Centre, London, UK; travelling to DCA Dundee Contemporary Arts
2006 Messages from the Unseen – Matthew Buckingham/Joachim Koester, Lunds Konsthall, Lund, Sweden
2005 Time Lines, Kunstverein und Kunstmuseum St. Gallen, Switzerland
The Distribution of Sensibility v.1: Muhheakantuck – Everything Has a Name, Midway Contemporary Art, Minneapolis, MN
Currents 94: Matthew Buckingham, St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, MO
Sandra of the Tuliphouse or How to Live in a Free State
(with Joachim Koester), The Kitchen, New York
Introduction to a Scientific Aesthetics
 (with Dora Garcia), Fundación Telefonica, Madrid
Westfälischer Kunstverein, Münster, Germany
2004 Muhheakantuck – Everything Has a Name, Murray Guy, New York
Concentrations 44: Matthew Buckingham, A Man of the Crowd, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX
2003 A Man of the Crowd, Murray Guy, New York
A Man of the Crowd, Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig, Vienna
Subcutaneous, Charles H. Scott Gallery, Vancouver
2002 Definition, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, NY
2001 Subcutaneous, Murray Guy, New York
Matthew Buckingham: Video Ab Acht, Schnitt Ausstellungsraum, Cologne
Sandra of the Tuliphouse or How to Live in a Free State,
(with Joachim Koester) x-rummet, Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen, Denmark; Capecete Projects, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (cat.)
2000 Situation Leading to a Story, Galleri Tommy Lund, Copenhagen, Denmark
1999 Contemporary Film and Video: Matthew Buckingham, Moderna Museet, Stockholm
Films + Photographs + Drawings, Murray Guy, New York
1998 Sandra of the Tuliphouse, (with Joachim Koester), Institute of Visual Arts, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, WI

Selected Group Exhibitions

2014 The Silent Way, Simon Preston Gallery, New York
HOME SWEET HOME: À propos de l’inquiétude, Dazibao, Montreal
INTERACT: Deconstructing Spectatorship, East Wing Biennial, The Courtauld Institute of Art, London
The Dying of the Light: Film as Medium and Metaphor, MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA  
2013 Approximately Infinite Universe, Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, CA
Le Pont, Musée d’Art Contemporain, Marseille, France
Surface Tension, Oakville Galleries, Toronto
Step Right In, Visual Arts Center, University of Texas, Austin, TX
2012 When Attitudes Become Form Become Attitudes, CCA Wattis Institute, San Francisco, CA
A common feeling, gb agency, Paris
Light & Landscape, Storm King Art Centre, Mountainville, NY
Man in the Holocene, MIT List Arts Centre, Boston
2011 Time Again, Sculpture Center, Long Island City, New York
The Smithson Effect, Utah Museum of Fine Arts, Salt Lake City, UT
The Wilderness,
Miami Art Museum, Miami
Personal Tempest,
Neue Galerie Innsbruck, Austria
Formally Speaking: Line Made by Walking,
Haifa Museum of Art, Haifa, Israel
Living History,
Nicolaysen Art Museum, Caper, WY
2010 Never The Same River (Possible Futures, Probable Pasts), curated by Simon Starling, Camden Arts Centre, London
Constructing History, curated by Luis Silva, Kunsthalle Lissabon Convent of the Order of Christ, Lisbon
Vectors of the Possible, curated by Simon Sheikh, BAK Basis fuer Aktuelle Kunst, Utrecht, the Netherlands
Polis Polis Potatismos, Malmö Konsthall, Malmö, Sweden; Dragør Strandhotel, Kopenhagen Contemporary, Copenhagen
Between Here and There: Passages in Contemporary Photography
, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
False Divide: abstraction and representation in a few photographic works, Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York
Murder at the Savoy,
Malmö Konsthall, Malmö, Sweden
Mixed Use, Manhattan: Photography and Related Practices 1970s to the present, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid
Undercurrents: Experimental Ecosystems in Recent Art, Whitney ISP at the Kitchen, New York
50 Artists Photograph The Future, curated by Dean Daderko, Higher Pictures, New York
Nachleben, curated by Fionn Meade and Lucy Raven, Goethe-Institut Wyoming Building, New York
First Nations/Second Nature
, Audain Gallery SFU Woodwards, Vancouver
2009 Automatic Cities: The Architectural Imaginary in Contemporary Art, MCA San Diego, La Jolla, CA
Surface Tension,
Mercer Union, Toronto, CA
Kurs: Torvet
, Museet For Samtidskunst, Roskilde, Denmark
Hidden in Remembrance is the Silent Memory of our Future
, Contour – the 4th Biennial of Moving Image, Mechelen, Belgium
Lives of the Hudson, Francis Young Tang Museum, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY
H-Box, Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA
Uses of the Document, Centre Culturel Suisse, Paris, FREverything Has a Name, Or the Potential to be Named, Gasworks, London
STILL / MOVING / STILL, Cultuurcentrum Knokke-Heist, Knokke, Belgium
Code Share: 5 continents, 10 biennials,  20 artists, Contemporary Art Centre (CAC), Vilnius, Lithuania
2008 Questioning History: Imagining the Past in Contemporary Art, Nederlands Fotomuseum, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Theaters of Memory: Art and the Holocaust
, The Jewish Museum, New York
The Sound I’m Looking For
, Charles H. Scott Gallery, Emily Carr Institute, Vancouver
The Greenroom
, CCS Bard Hessel Museum, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
Farewell to Post Colonialism: Thinking Through the Visual, The Third Guangzhou Triennial, Guangzhou, China
Since we last spoke about monuments, Stroom, The Hague, The Netherlands
The Cinematic, or Moving Images Expanded: Artists’ Film and Video Showcase 2008, Insa Art Space, Seoul
Reality Check,
Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen
Framing and Being Framed: The Uses of Documentary Photography,
Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT
Nonknowledge
, Projects Arts Centre, Dublin
The Cinema Effect: Illusion, Reality, and the Moving, Part II: Realisms, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington DC
Peripheral Look and Collective Body, Museion, Bolzano
Förlust/Loss, The Wanås Foundation, Knislinge, Sweden
Headlines and Footnotes, Henie Onstad Art Centre, Oslo, Norway
Fluid Street, Kiasma, Helsinki, Finland
Shadow Cabinet, Extra City, Antwerp, Belgium
Berlin-New York Dialogues: Building in Context, Center for Architecture, New York
2007 The Big Easy, ACC Galerie, Weimar and Halle 12 in der Baumwollspinnerei, Leipzig, Germany
In the Poem About Love You Don’t Write the Word Love, Overagaden Institut for Samtidiskunst, Copenhagen
Buckingham Cesarco Lawler Ruppersberg
, Murray Guy, New York
Taking Time
, MARCO, Museum of Contemporary Art, Vigo, Spain
Matthew Buckingham, Francis Cape, Kota Ezawa, Matthew Higgs,
Murray Guy, New York
To The Point: A New Reality: Black and White Photography in Contemporary Art, Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ (catalogue)
Projecting Time, Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe, Germany
Mapping the City, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
Varsalongen 2007, Liljevalchs Konsthall, Stockholm
2006 1,2,3… Avant–gardes: Film / Art between Experiment and Archive, CCA Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw
Personal Affairs. New Forms of Intimacy, Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen, Germany
700% PLUS
, KBH Kunsthal, Copenhagen
Liverpool Biennial International 06, Liverpool, UK
The Golden Hour, Gigantic ArtSpace, New York
Nam June Paik Award 2006, Museum für Angewandte Kunst, Cologne
No Reservations: Native American History and Culture in Contemporary Art
, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT
Société des nations factice et scindée en elle-même
, Circuit, Lausanne, Switzerland
Between the Lakes: Artists Respond to Madison, Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Madison, WI
Slow Revolution
, The Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Draft Deceit
, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, Norway
Forum expanded, Berlinale and Kunst-Werke Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin
2005 This Storm Is What We Call Progress, Arnolfini, Bristol, UK
I Beg Your Pardon – or the Reestablishing of Cordial Relations
,The New School, New York
I really should…, curated by Stefan Kalmar, Lisson Gallery, London
This Side Toward Screen,
Murray Guy, New York
Post No Bills, White Columns, New York
In Absentia, curated by Stephen Wright, Centre d’Art Passerelle, Brest, France
(“my private”) HEROES
, MARTa, Herford, Germany
The Corcoran Biennial, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
Circa Berlin, curated by Simon Sheikh, Nikolaj, Copenhagen Contemporary Art Center, Copenhagen
Universal Experience: Art, Life and the Tourist’s Eye, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; Hayward Gallery, London
Documentary Creations
, Kuntmuseum Luzern, Lucerne, Switzerland
Matthew Buckingham, Markus Schinwald, Clemens von Wedemeyer, Galerie Klosterfelde, Berlin
In words and pictures, Murray Guy, New York
2004 Faces in the Crowd, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London
The Book as Object and Performance curated by Sara Reisman, Gigantic Art Space, New York
Rear View Mirror, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, UK
Common Property, Werkleitz Biennale, Halle, Germany
Territories, Malmö Konsthall, Malmö, Sweden
4 and 4, Curator’s Choice New York/Berlin, (MB chosen by Anselm Frank), Müller De Chiara, Berlin
Push the Envelope, curated by Lars Mathieson, Sparwasser HQ, Berlin
2003 Get Rid of Yourself, ACC Weimar & Stiftung Federkiel, Halle 14 Leipzig, Germany
Territories
 (curated by Anselm Franck and Sine Bepler), Kunst-Werke, Berlin
Homeland, Whitney ISP, CUNY Graduate Center, New York
Watershed: The Hudson Valley Art Project, Beacon, NY and surrounding locations
Cloudless, CCS Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
Inscribing the Temporal, Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna
Affinity Archive,
Broadstone Studios, Dublin
2002 Rent-A-Bench, curated by Jacob Fabricius, Los Angeles
Road Trip, Murray Guy, New York
Nostalgia
, Art In General, New York
The Captain’s Road, Dublin
The Brewster Project
, Brewster, NY
2001 Plakartprojekt, organized by SITE & Schnitt Ausstellungsraum, Cologne
Quality Street,
Galleri Tommy Lund, Copenhagen
Definition, Murray Guy, New York
2000 May Day Vienna, The Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna
La Ville, le Jardin, la Memoire–La Folie Section, Villa Medici/Académie de France, Rome (cat.)
Vague but True (curated by Catsou Roberts), Galeri Asbaek, Copenhagen; Arnolfini, Bristol, UK
Greater New York
, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, NY
1999 Re-opening Show, Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen
Caravan, Astrotel Contemporary Art, Vienna
The American Century, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
Close-Ups – Contemporary Art and Carl Th. Dreyer,
Nikolaj Contemporary Art Center, Copenhagen (cat.)
L.A. International, Blum & Poe, Santa Monica, CA
You Assume Certain Places Exist, Galerie Mot & Van den Boogaard, Brussels
Parking (organized by May Day Productions), High Bridge Park, NY
1998 Nuit Blanche, ARC Musée d’art moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris (cat.)
Something is Rotten in the State of Denmark, Museum Fridericianum, Kassel, Germany
Screening, Apex Art P.C., New York
1997 Assorted Confabulations: Fiction + Interference, Consonni Centro de Prácticas Contemporáneas, Bilbao, Spain
For Eyes and Ears, Galleri Tommy Lund, Odense, Denmark
Three Rivers ArtsFestival, The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA
1996 New Histories, The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston
Spot Gallery, New York
1993 Onion City, Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago
Pages, 450 Broadway Gallery, New York
1991 New Work, Randy Alexander Gallery, New York
1990 Works on Paper, Paula Allen Gallery, New York

Selected Screenings

2014 Nouveau Festival, Centre Pompidou, Paris
2009 Passageworks Film Program, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
2008 Muhheakantuck – Everything Has a Name, Screenings on New York City water taxis, sponsored by
CreativeTime, New York
American Institute of Architects
, New York
2007 Mapping the City video programme, Stedelijk Museum Bureau, Amsterdam
Matthew Buckingham, Tate Modern, London
In the Poem About Love You Don’t Write the Word Love (curated by Tanya Leighton), Midway Contemporary Art, Minneapolis, MN
2006 In the Poem About Love You Don’t Write the Word Love (curated by Tanya Leighton), Centre for Contemporary
Arts, Glasgow, UK; Artists Space and Anthology Film Archives, New York; Midway Contemporary Art, Minneapolis, MN
Shedhalle, Zürich, Switzerland
2005 A History of Forgetting, transit projektce, Prague
In the Poem About Love You Don’t Write the Word Love (curated by Tanya Leighton), argosfestival, Brussels
Cine y casi cine, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid
MediaScope, The Museum of Modern Art, New York
2004 Identify! or Studies on a Political Subject, The New School, New York
Matthew Buckingham, Akademie der Künste, Berlin
2003 Matthew Buckingham, Akademie der Künste, Berlin
Record, Gallery210two, Los Angeles
2000 Three Films by Matthew Buckingham, Arnolfini, Bristol, UK
Crossing Boundaries, National Cinematheque, Danish Film Institute, Copenhagen
Art Film, Stadtkino, Kunsthalle Basel, Switzerland
Shoot: Moving Pictures by Artists, Malmö Konsthall, Malmö, Sweden
1999 Five 29 Ninety9, one-day symposium, St. Ann’s Church, Brooklyn, NY
Silver Series, Saint Mark’s Church Danspace Project, New York
Meters 1, Salon 300, Brooklyn, NY and Tian Miao Lin, Beijing, China
1998 Reading Places, Pacific Film Archive / Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley, CA
The Glass of Knowledge, The Anthology Film Archive, New York
1997 New Directors/New Films, The Museum of Modern Art, New York
Ann Arbor Film Festival, Ann Arbor, MI
Athens International Film Festival, Athens, OH
1996 Film Club, Four Walls, Brooklyn, NY
1994 Works-in-Progress, The Museum of Modern Art, New York
Sydney Public Television, Sydney, Australia
1993 San Francisco Cinematheque, San Francisco, CA
Other Cinema, San Francisco, CA
Black Maria Film Festival, NJ
Ann Arbor Film Festival, Ann Arbor, MI
Reel Time, Performance Space 122, New York
1990 Ann Arbor Film Festival, Ann Arbor, MI
St. Mark’s Church Danspace Project, New York

Fellowships, Grants, Residencies

2007 ArtPace, San Antonio, TX
IASPIS, Stockholm
2006 Artist in Residence, The Arts Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison
2004 The Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative Award, selected by John Baldessari
2003 DAAD Artists Program, Berlin
Watershed: The Hudson Valley Project, Minetta Brook Foundation, NY
2001 New York Foundation for the Arts, Artists Fellowship
1997 Danish Film Institute Film Workshop Production Grant
1996 New York State Council on the Arts Film Production Grant
New York State Council on the Arts Film Production Grant
1992 Art Matters Artist’s Fellowship, New York
1990 Apparatus Production Grant, New York

Awards

1997 Ann Arbor Film Festival, Best Narrative Film, Amos Fortune Road
1993 Black Maria Film Festival, Director’s Citation, The Truth About Abraham Lincoln
Onion City Film Festival, Best-of-Festival Prize,The Truth About Abraham Lincoln
Ann Arbor Film Festival, Best-of-Festival Prize, Dizzy
1990 Ann Arbor Film Festival, Award of Excellence, At Once
2007 ArtPace, San Antonio, TX
IASPIS, Stockholm
2006 Artist in Residence, The Arts Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison
2004 The Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative Award, selected by John Baldessari
2003 DAAD Artists Program, Berlin
Watershed: The Hudson Valley Project, Minetta Brook Foundation, NY
2001 New York Foundation for the Arts, Artists Fellowship
1997 Danish Film Institute Film Workshop Production Grant
1996 New York State Council on the Arts Film Production Grant
New York State Council on the Arts Film Production Grant
1992 Art Matters Artist’s Fellowship, New York
1990 Apparatus Production Grant, New York

Public Collections

FRAC Bourgogne, Dijon, France

Hamburger Bahnhof, Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington DC

K21 Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf, Germany

Kadist Foundation, Paris

Kunstmuseum, St. Gallen, Switzerland

MARTa Herford, Herford Germany

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig, Vienna, Austria

The Museum of Modern Art, New York

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA

St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, MI

Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen, Denmark

Tate Modern, London

Books and Monographs

2008 Buckingham, Matthew. Improbable Horse. Des Moines: Des Moines Art Center, 2008. Artist’s book.
2007 Buckingham, Matthew. Everything I Need. London: Camden Arts Centre, 2007. Artist’s book. Essay by Darcy Beurkle.
Buckingham, Matthew. False Future. London: Camden Arts Centre, 2007. Artist’s book. Essay by Tom Gunning.
Buckingham, Matthew. The Spirit and the Letter. London: Camden Arts Centre, 2007. Artist’s book. Essay by Cora Kaplan.
Play the Story. London: Camden Arts Centre, 2007. Catalogue. Essay by Sara Krajewski. Interview with Mark Godfrey.
2006 Kreuger, Anders, ed. Matthew Buckingham: Messages from the Unseen. Lund: Lund Konsthall; Rotterdam:   Veenman Publishers, 2006. Essays, interviews, and texts by Jennifer Allen, Matthew Buckingham, Joachim          Koester, Jamet Kraynak, Anders Kruger, and Edgar Allan Poe.
2005 Buckingham, Matthew. One Side of Broadway. Münster: Westfälischer Kunstverein; St. Gallen: Kunstverein St. Gallen; and Frankfurt: Revolver, 2005. Artist’s book.
Narratives. Münster:  Westfälischer Kunstverein; St. Gallen: Kunstverein St. Gallen; and Frankfurt: Revolver, 2005. Essays by Carina Plath and Mark Godfrey.
2003 Buckingham, Matthew. A Man of the Crowd. Vienna: Museum Moderner Kunst, 2003. Artist’s book. Essay by Kimberly Lamm. “The Man of the Crowd” by Edgar Allan Poe. Notes by Matthew Buckingham.
2002 The Six Grandfathers from the Cretaceous Period to the Present. New York: Matthew Buckingham, 2002. Artist’s book.
2001 Buckingham, Matthew. Subcutaneous. New York: Murray Guy; Shark Books, 2001. Artist’s book.
Buckingham, Matthew and Joachim Koester. Sandra of the Tuliphouse Or How To Live in a Free State. Edited by Sven Bjerkhof. Copenhagen: Statens Museum for Kunst, 2001. Introduction by Marianne Torp.

Selected Artist’s Writings and Publications

2007 “Film to be Projected Every Year.” In Kunst und Öffentlichkeit. Ed. Christoph Schencker and Michael Hiltbrunner, Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst Zürich, JRP/Ringier, pp. 71–79
“Muhheakantuck—Everything Has a Name.” October, no. 120 (Spring 2007), pp. 173–181
“1000 Words: The Spirit and the Letter.” Artforum (May 2007), pp. 328–329
2005 “Muhheakantuck – Everything Has a Name.” In Experience Memory Re-enactment, edited by Anke Bangma, Steve Rushton and Florian Wüst, Willem de Kooning Academy Publications, Rotterdam in collaboration with Revilver, Archiv für aktuelle Kunst, Frankfurt a.M., pp. 251–257
2003 “A Man of the Crowd: annotated associations with Edgar Allan Poe’s tale The Man of the  Crowd.” In Untitled (Experience of Place). Ed. Gregor Neuerer, Koenig Books Ltd., London/Verlag der Buchhandlung Walter Koenig, Cologne, 2003
“Ultramarine.” Cabinet Magazine, no. 10 (Spring 2003)
“The Projected image in Contemporary Art.” Roundtable discussion with Matthew Buckingham, Chrissie Iles, Hal Foster, George Baker, Malcolm Turvey, Anthony McCall, October, no. 104 (March 2003)
2002 “The Six Grandfathers, Paha Sapa, In the Year 502,002 C.E.” Cabinet, no. 7 (Summer 2002), pp. 47–50
Buckingham, Matthew and Joachim Koester. “Points of Suspension.” October, no. 100 (Spring 2003), pp. 55–63
2001 Buckingham, Matthew and Joachim Koester. “How to Live in a Free State.” Sandra of the Tuliphouse or How to Live in a Free State. Copenhagen: x-rummet, Statens Museum for Kunst, 2001
“Interview With a Cultural Follower and Public Space-Inhabitant.” Shark 3 (Winter 2001), pp. 91–107
1998 Buckingham, Matthew and Joachim Koester. “Sandra of the Tuliphouse or How to Live in a Free State: A Project for Atlántica.” Atlántica Internacional Revista de las Artes, no. 19 (Winter 1998), pp. 90–97
“Situation Leading to a Story.” Ojeblikket magazine, no. 35 (Spring 1998)

Selected Bibliography

2014 Farago, Jason. “The Silent Way.” Artforum.com, 26 January 2014
Smith, Roberta. “The Silent Way.” New York Times, 20 February 2014
2011 Boucher, Brian. “Matthew Buckingham – Murray Guy.” Art in America (February 2011)
Demeuse, Sarah. “Matthew Buckingham.” …might be good, no. 178, 11 November 2011
“Matthew Buckingham: The Spirit and the Letter.” The New Yorker, 26 September 2011
Vali, Murtaza. “Matthew Buckingham – Likeness.” Art Review (February 2011)
2010 Bell, Kirsty. “Part of the Process: Matthew Buckingham.” Mousse, no. 25 (September/October 2010), pp. 62–67
Gopnik, Adam. “Gopnik’s Daily Pic: Matthew Buckingham at Murray Guy.” The Washington Post, 22 November 2010
“Matthew Buckingham.” The New Yorker, 3 December 2010
Mircan, Mihnea, ed. History of Art, The. Appendix 1: The Impresent. London: David Roberts Art Foundation, 2010, n.p. (Image of Absalon slide reproduced)
Rosenberg, Karen. “Photographs that Tell Unsettling Tales.” The New York Times, 8 July 2010
Smith, Roberta. “Varieties of Abstraction.” The New York Times, 6 August 2010
2009 Clark, Robin. “Matthew Buckingham.” In Automatic Cities – The Architectural Imagery in Contemporary Art. San Diego: Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, 2009, pp. 64–69
Comer, Stuart. Film and Video Art. London: Tate Publishing, 2009, p. 96
McElheny, Josiah. “Matthew Buckingham.” BOMB Magazine, no. 107 (Spring 2009)
2008 Decter, Joshua. “Matthew Buckingham.” Artforum (November 2008)
Ellegood, Anne. “Matthew Buckingham.” In The Cinema Effect: Illusion, Reality, and the Moving Image. Ed. Kerry Brougher et. al. Washington, DC: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution; London: D Giles Ltd, 2008, pp. 130–134
Falconer, Morgan. “Matthew Buckingham: Please Explain it to me, I’ve just become a Radical.” Art Review, no. 26 (October 2008)
Hanley, William. “Buckingham Film Makes Maiden Voyage.” Artinfo, 31 March 2008
Johnson, Ken. “Matthew Buckingham – Will Someone Please Explain It To Me, I’ve Just Become a Radical.” The New York Times, 25 July 2008
Kitamura, Katie. “Matthew Buckingham, Index, Stockholm, Sweden.” Frieze.com
Mack, Joshua. “Matthew Buckingham.” Time Out New York, 3–9 April 2008
Ostrow, Saul. “Matthew Buckingham: Murray Guy.” Art in America (December 2008), pp. 160–161.
“Matthew Buckingham.” The New Yorker, 31 March 2008
Rosenberg, Karen. “Matthew Buckingham.” The New York Times, 23 March 2008
Sholis, Brian. “Matthew Buckingham.” Artforum (May 2008), p. 381
Watson, Sam. “Matthew Buckingham – Des Moines, IA+London+Seattle.” Art Papers (May/June 2008), p. 59
West, Kim. “Mathew Buckingham, Index.” Artforum.com
2007 Collings, Matthew. “Hot Chat.” Modern Painters (September 2007), pp. 38–41
Coomer, Martin. “Timely Viewing.” The Big Issue, 14 May 2007
Cooper, Emmanuel. “Text and Image meet ambiguity and complexity.” Tribune, 18 May 2007
Darwent, Charles. “Notes from a ceiling in north London.” The Independent on Sunday, 6 May 2007
Falconer, Morgan. “Turning her story into living history.”The Times, 21 April 2007
Glauner, Max. “Fröhliche Wissenschaft mit Haken.” Zitty, no. 13 (2007)
Godfrey, Mark. “The Artist as Historian.” October, no. 120 (Spring 2007), pp. 140–172
Godfrey, Mark. “Time and Motion.” Sight & Sound (May 2007), p. 8
Gronlund, Melissa. “Story Telling.” Frieze, no. 106 (April 2007), pp. 120–125
Groskop, Viv. “Women All hail the feminassance.”The Guardian, 11 May 2007
Herbert, Martin. “Matthew Buckingham.” Time Out, 30 May–5 June 2007
Hiltbrunner, Michael. “Die Frauenstimmrecht – ein Nachhaken.” In Kunst und Öffentlichkeit. Ed. Christoph Schencker and Michael Hiltbrunner. Zurich: Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst Zürich; Zurich: JRP/Ringier, 2007, p. 81
Hiltbrunner, Michael. “Mechanismen des Vergessen – Interview with Matthew Buckingham.” In Kunst und Öffentlichkeit. Ed. Christoph Schencker and Michael Hiltbrunner. Zurich: Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst Zürich; Zurich: JRP/Ringier, 2007, pp. 82–84
Hinrichsen, Jens. “Der Überflieger.” Der Tagesspiegel, 19 June 2007
Macdonald, Fiona. “Matthew Buckingham.” Metro (London), 3 May 2007
Morgan, Jessica. “1000 words – Matthew Buckingham.” Artforum (May 2007), pp. 328–329
Mottram, Jack. “Turning the Familiar on its Head.” The Herald (Dundee), 23 November 2007
Muir, Kate. “The Dark Ages.” Times Magazine, 9 June 2007
Oldham, Alison. “Revealing needs of a lesbian doctor.” Ham & High, 21 June 2007
Resch, Andreas. “Alles hat einen Sinn irgendwie.”Tageszeitung Berlin, 24 July 2007
“Review: Matthew Buckingham, Play the Story.” myvillage.com, 10 May 2007
Slyce, John. “Matthew Buckingham – Camden Arts Centre.” Art Monthly (June 2007)
Smyth, Cherry. “Rewind: Matthew Buckingham.” ArtReview (May 2007), pp. 108–109
Ulrichs, David. “Everything has a Name.” <H>ART, no. 25, 6 September 2007
2006 Baxter, Lew. “Melville’s metaphor for a new Liverpool.” Interview. Liverpool Daily Post, 29 September 2006
Chapple, Mike. “An old salt may be turned into a star.” Liverpool Daily Post, 7 June 2006
Fox, Killian. “What a turn-up – Liverpool Biennial.” The Observer, 24 September 2006
Hubbard, Sue. “International Festival of Contemporary Art.” The Independent, 29 September 2006
Simon, Jane. “Between the Lakes: Artists Respond to Madison.” In Between the Lakes: Artists Respond to Madison. Ed. Stephen Fleischman and Jane Simon. Madison: Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, 2006, pp. 24–25.
Sutton, Gloria. “Matthew Buckingham – Kunstmuseum St. Gallen.” artUS, no.13 (May–June 2006), p. 60
Volkart, Yvonne. “Matthew Buckingham – Time Lines.” Springerin (February 2006)
2005 Bellini, Andrea. “New York Tales: Reflections in a Glass Curtain.” Flash Art, no. 243 (July–September 2005), pp. 114–116
Clark, Robin. “Matthew Buckingham.” Interview with Matthew Buckingham. Currents 94 Matthew Buckingham. Exhibition Brochure. St. Louis: Saint Louis Art Museum, 2005
Comer, Stuart. “London.” Artforum (December 2005)
Cotter, Holland. “The Book as Object and Performance.” The New York Times, 13 January 2005
Godfrey, Mark. “Against Finitude.” In Introduction to a Scientific Aesthetic. Madrid: Fundación Telefónica, 2005, pp. 53–75
Martinez, Chus. “Introduction to a Scientific Aesthetics.” In Introduction to a Scientific Aesthetic. Madrid: Fundación Telefónica, 2005, pp. 13–23
Scott, Andrea. “In between days.” Time Out New York, no. 502. 12–18 May 2005, pp. 73–74
Smith, Roberta. “Matthew Buckingham & Joachim Koester, ‘Sandra of the Tuliphouse or How to Live in a Free State.’” The New York Times, 10 June 2005, p. E44 (illustrated)
Wilson, Michael. “Matthew Buckingham and Joachim Koester.” Artforum (September 2005), pp. 306–307
2004 Allen, Jennifer. “Clues, Shadows and Faces – Interview with Matthew Buckingham.” Metropolis M, no. 5           (October/November 2004), pp. 95–106
Dean, Tacita. “Historical Fiction: The Art of Matthew Buckingham.” Artforum (March 2004), pp. 146–151 and cover.
Franke, Anselm. “Matthew Buckingham.” Parkett, no. 72 (2004), pp. 6–16
Henry, Max. “Matthew Buckingham at Murray Guy.” Art in America (March 2004), pp. 130–131
Huck, Brigitte. “Matthew Buckingham – Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig.” Artforum (January 2004), p. 162
The New Yorker, 13 December 2004, p. 20
Weaver, Suzanne. “An Interview with artist Matthew Buckingham.” A Man of the Crowd. Exhibition brochure. Dallas: Dallas Museum of Art, 2004
2003 Auricchio, Laura. “Homeland.” Time Out New York, no. 403, 19–26 June 2003, p. 61
Boettger, Suzanne. “Cinderella on the Hudson.” Art in America (June 2003), pp. 39–45
Cotter, Holland.Art shows in the Great Indoors.” The New York Times, 25 July 2003
Cotter, Holland. “Matthew Buckingham.” The New York Times, 12 December 2003, p. E45
Harris, Michael. “Physiognomists take spotlight in Buckingham show.” The Vancouver Sun, 10 March 2003
Jaugelis, Kristina. “Matthew Buckingham – Charles H. Scott Gallery.” School for the Contemporary Arts, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, online magazine
Kastner, Jeffrey. ”Watershed – various sites.” Artforum (October 2003), p. 175
Lamm, Kimberly. “Men in the Crowd.” In A Man of the Crowd – Matthew Buckingham. Vienna: Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig, 2003, pp. 62–70
Leighton, Tanya. “Coming to Homeland.” In Homeland. Exhibition brochure. New York: Whitney ISP, 2003, pp. 15–21.
“Matthew Buckingham.” The New Yorker, 24 November 2003, p. 22
Metzger, Rainer. “Soho am Stephansplatz – MUMOK: Matthew Buckingham – A Man of the Crowd.” artmagazine, Vienna, 22 September 2003
Princenthal, Nancy. “A 10-Part Hello Along the Hudson.” The New York Times, 11 May 2003, p. 20
Rosenberg, Karen. “On View-The Tell-Tale Art.” New York, 8 December 2003, p. 99
Schwendener, Martha. “Matthew Buckingham ‘A Man of the Crowd.’” Time Out New York, no. 426, 27 November–4 December 2003, p. 82
Sholis, Brian. “New York Critic’s Picks: Matthew Buckingham.” Artforum.com, 25 November 2003
2002 “Definition – P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center.” The New Yorker, 12 August 2002, p. 15
Kraynak, Janet. “Matthew Buckingham.” In Watershed–The Hudson Valley Art Project. New York: Minetta Brook, 2002, pp. 83–89
Sonkin, Rebecca. “Matthew Buckingham.” Tema Celeste (March/April 2002), p. 84
Sundell, Margaret. “Wet Dream.” Time Out New York, 26 September–3 October 2002, p. 60
2001 Burton, Johanna. “Matthew Buckingham – Subcutaneous.” Time Out New York, 6–13 December 2001, p. 62
Kristensen, Pernille Anker. “Alle veje fører til Christiania.” Det Sker/Kultur, 16 March 2001
Movin, Lars. “Stedernes gådefulde fortælling.” Information, 15 March 2001
Ryan, Orla. “In Between Lost and Found: The Films of Matthew Buckingham.” Afterimage (March/April 2001), pp. 16–  17
Torp, Marianne. “You assume certain histories exist…” In Sandra of the Tuliphouse or How to Live in a Free State, Copenhagen: x-rummet, Statens Museum for Kunst, 2001
Williams, Gregory. “New York Critics’ Picks: Matthew Buckingham.” Artforum.com, 7 December 2001
2000 Daniels, Yolande. Greater New York. New York: Institute for Contemporary Art, P.S.1, 2000
Dunn, Melissa. “Exhibition Picks.” The Guardian (London), 24 June 2000
Jönsson, Dan. “Konstfilm i Malmö.” Dagens Nyheter (Malmö), 16 February 2000
“Matthew Buckingham’s ‘Situation Leading to a Story.’” In Greater New York. New York: Institute for Contemporary Art, P.S.1, 2000
Shaw, Lytle. “How to Make Good Experimental Ethnographic Films: Matthew Buckingham.” In Greater New York. New York: Institute for Contemporary Art, P.S.1, 2000
Siegel, Katy. “Greater New York.” Artforum (May 2000), p. 174
Stanley, Sarah. “Shirin Neshat: Matthew Buckingham.” In Greater New York. New York: Institute for Contemporary Art, P.S.1, 2000
1999 Close-Ups – Contemporary Art and Carl Th. Dreyer. Copenhagen: Nikolaj Contemporary Art Center, 1999. Texts by Lene Crone Jensen and Lars Movin
Jowitt, Deborah. “Depth of Memory.” The Village Voice, 13 April 1999
Williams, Gregory. “Matthew Buckingham – Murray Guy, New York.” Frieze, no. 46 (May 1999), pp. 98–99
1998 “Home Movies: Situation leading to a Story.” SuperUmbau, no. 4 (Autumn 1998)
Larson, Lars Bang. Something is Rotten in the State of Denmark. Kassel: Museum Fridericianum, 1998
Nuit Blanche. Paris: ARC Musée d’art moderne de la Ville de Paris, 1998
Roberts, Catsou. “Between Documentation and Drama.” Artpress, no. 232 (February 1998)
Taubin, Amy. “Love and Death, 1997’s Top Ten Films.” The Village Voice, 6 January 1998
1997 Anderson, John. “New Films Series Takes Manhattan.” Newsday, 21 March 1997
Maslin, Janet. “Quiet Desperation, Then Decisions, Decisions.” The New York Times, 29 March 1997
Taubin, Amy. “Worlds Apart.” The Village Voice, 25 March 1997
1996 Gilliam, Leah. “Eraser Vols. 9&10.” In New Histories. Ed. Lia Gangitano and Steven Nelson. Boston: Institute of Contemporary Art, 1996.