About Doug Hall

1984 – John Hanhardt, Doug Hall, The New American Filmmakers Series #19, Whitney Museum of American Art

1987 – Kathy Rae Huffman, Videoworks by Doug Hall, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

1987 – Robert Riley, Doug Hall: The Spectacle of Image

1990 – Bill Berkson, Invocations of the Surge Protector, Art Forum and Qua Books

1991 – Sara MacDonald Interviews Doug Hall, Offramp Magazine, Southern California Institute of Architecture

1993 – Lawrence Rinder, UNIVERSITY, Matrix 158, Berkeley Art Museum / Pacific Film Archive

1993 – Barrett Watten, Making the Social Sublime: Doug Hall's Recent Work in the Public Sphere,catalog essay for Out of Place, Vancouver Art Gallery, 1993

1993 – Catalog essay for Art At the Armory: Occupied Territory, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

2000 – Meredith Tromble catalog interview for the Flintridge Foundation Awards for the Visual Arts

2002 – Anna Novakov, Doug Hall: Landscapes and Leisurescapes, VOX Contemporary Image

2003 – Interview by Architectural Historian, Richard Tuttle, for Infinite Spaces, Tulane University

2003 – Introduction by Erik Neil to catalog for Infinite Sapces

2005 – Maria Porges, Doug Hall: Rena Bransten Gallery, ArtForum, December

2007 – Glenn Phillips interviews Doug Hall and Chip Lord about The Eternal Frame for the exhibition, California Video at the J. Paul Getty Museum.

2008 – Robert Riley, Doug Hall's Moscow Pictures

2008Carol Kino, A Moment in History, Recaptured for a Second Time, The New York Times. Article on the restoration of The Eternal Frame for the Getty Museum exhibition, California Video.

2010 – Interview: Doug Hall with Lisa Sutcliffe, SFMOMA Blog

 

By Doug Hall

1982 – Ronald Reagan: The Politics of Image, Video 80 Magazine, #4, San Francisco Video Festival

1986 – Thoughts on Landscape in Nature and Industry in Resolution: A Critque of Video Art, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Patti Podesti editor.

1993 – The GDR Project: Notes on the Photographs

1995 – Thoughts on Neighborhood Watch

1997 – Notes on Walter Benjamin and Allegory

1999 – Memo to a Rebellious Class

2000 – Shibuya

2001 – On the Occasion of Crossing A Street in Hanoi

2002 – Variations on A New York Times Photograph (from Terminal Landscape)

2005 – Concerning the Opera Houses

2006 – The Impulse to Order, Public Talk at SFMOMA in Conjunction with the Exhibition, Imposing Order: Contemporary Photography and the Archive

2007 – On Mediate Immediacy

2000-2009 – Short Statements

2010 – Scenes from A Western Movie

2010 – Notes on Jacques Ranciere and Emancipation