Adam Ross


Biography

1962       Born in Pasadena, CA
                Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA

Education

1989       MFA, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA
1988       Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME
1984       BA, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA
 

Selected Solo Exhibitions
 
2014      Last Exit, Galerie Richard, New York, NY
 
2012      In an Indeterminate Place, Angles Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
 
2011      The Eternal Space Between- Hales Gallery, London, UK
 
2010       The Eternal Space Between- Hales Gallery, London, UK
 
2009      Walking on Water, Angles Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
 
2008      Utopias, Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, Culver City, CA
 
2007      Le Fin du Monde (catalogue), Galerie Richard, Paris, France 
 
2006      Recent Work, Numark Gallery, Washington, DC
               The Ideal Crash, Hales Gallery, London, UK 
 
2005      New Paintings, Angles Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
 
2004      The City at the Edge of Time, Kevin Bruk Gallery, Miami, FL (catalog)
               In Between Places, Numark Gallery, Washington, DC
 
2003      Then and Forever Now, Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, CA  (publication)
               The City at Night, Dreaming of Itself, Galerie Richard, Paris, France (catalog)
               Chronopolis, Angles Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
 
2002      Like Grains of Sand, The Dreams of Time, James Harris Gallery, Seattle, WA
               Sara Meltzer Gallery, New York, NY
               Behind the Sun, Kevin Bruk Gallery, Miami, FL
 
2001      Too Far for the Eye to See, Always at the Back of My Mind, Sara Meltzer Gallery, New York, NY
               In Echoed Steps I Walked Across This Empty Dream, Nylon, London, UK
 
2000      The Permeability of Time Within an Emerging  Pattern of Change, Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
 
1999      Caren Golden Fine Art, New York, NY
 
1998      Judy Ann Goldman Fine Art, Boston, MA
               A Sequence of Images Derived From Ideas of Architecture, Loneliness and Time, Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
 
1997      The Geometry of Time, Caren Golden Fine Art, New York, NY
 
1996      Science Fiction, Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
 
1995      Science Fiction, Bliss Gallery, Pasadena, CA
 
1994      All We Are is All We Are, Sue Spaid Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA
 
1993      Other Paintings: Everything That Rises Must Converge, Rio Hondo College Art Gallery, Whittier, CA
               That Which Appears is Good, Sue Spaid Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA
 
1992      Paintings, Dorothy Goldeen Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
 
1991      The Map Drawings, The Guest Room, Los Angeles, CA  
 
1990      Paintings, Dorothy Goldeen Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
               Drawings, Bliss Gallery, Pasadena, CA
 
1989      Paintings, Outer Space Gallery, Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara, CA
 
 
Selected Group exhibitions
 
2014       25 Years, Galerie Richard, Paris
                Starting Here: A Selection of Distinguished Artists from UCSB, AD&A Museum, University of California Santa Barbara, CA
 
2013       Between Known and Unknown, Linda Bessemer, Tony de los Reyes, Adam Ross, Angles Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
 
2012       Painting on Edge, curated by Grant Vetter, Autonomie Inc, Los Angeles, CA
 
2010       Oeuvres sur papier, Galerie Richard, Paris
 
2009       Obsession for Collection-A Selection of Works From the Lodeveans Collection, Summerfield Gallery, University of                                             Gloucestershire, Cheltennham, UK, curated by Bob Davison and Stuart Evans
 
2008       Teaching An Old Dog New Tricks, Den Frie Udstillingsbygning, Copenhagen, Denmark
 
2007       Space is the Space, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale, AZ
                The Expanded Painting Show, M*A*S*H* Miami Venue, Miami, FL (catalogue)
                MAD LOVE, Young Art in Danish Private Collections, Arken Museum, Copenhagen, Denmark, (catalogue)
                The End Begins, The Lodeveans Collection, The Hospital, London, UK
                Endless Western Sunset, Leo Castelli Gallery, New York, N(brochure)
                Expanded Painting, Third International Painting Prize of the Castellon County Council, Museo de Bellas Artes de Castellon,
                Castellon, Spain; Foundation Astroc, Madrid, Spain; organized by Paco Barragan (catalogue)
 
2006       Any Human There?, Galerie Richard, Paris, France
                Everybody Knows This is Nowhere, Asbaek Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark
                Space is the Place, Cranbrook Museum of Art, Bloomfield Hills, MI; Bedford Gallery, Walnut Creek, CA; Scottsdale
                Museum of Art, Scottsdale, AZ; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA; Contemporary Arts Center,
                Cincinnati, OH; The Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY; (catalogue)
                Natural and Unnatural: Imagining Landscape, Hunterdon Museum of Art, Clinton, NJ
                World Gone Mad, The Herbert Read Gallery, Canterbury, UK; Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, UK; Limehouse Arts                                           Foundation, London, UK (catalogue)
                Utopia, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI
 
2005       M Theory, Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco, CA
                Dreaming of a More Better Future, The Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland ,OH
                Recent Drawings, Angles Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
                Strange Fictions, Tarble Arts Center, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL
                L.A., Lucas Schoormans Gallery, New York, NY
                Very Early Pictures, Luckman Gallery, California State University, Los Angeles, CA
                Painting Now: Selections from the Permanent Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, San Diego, CA
                Collection Histories/Collective Memories: California Modern, Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA
 
2004       Topographies, Walter and Mc Bean Galleries, San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA
                Kids of the Black Hole, Stalke Galleri, Copenhagen, Denmark 
                Architecture Untethered, Numark Gallery, Washington, DC
                Selections From the Permanent Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, San Diego, CA
 
2003       Out of Site: Fictional Architectural Space, The Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
                Chaotic Order, Houldsworth Gallery, London, UK
                Panoramas, Pump House Gallery, Battersea Park, London, UK
                Rendered : New Works on Paper from the Real to the Abstract, Sara Meltzer Gallery, New York, NY
                Image(in)ing Architecture, University of Connecticut Gallery of Art, Stamford, CT
                Everybody Knows This is Nowhere, Kevin Bruk Gallery, Miami, FL
 
2002       Out of Site : Fictional Architectural Space, The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NY
                21 Paintings from L.A., Robert V. Fulton Art Museum at California State University, San Bernardino, CA
                New-Economy Painting, ACME, Los Angeles, CA
                L.A. On My Mind : Recent Acquisitions from MOCA’s Collection, The Museum of Contemporary Art           
                Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
                Retro Futurist, New Langton Arts, San Francisco, CA
 
2001       010101: Art in Technological Times, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
                By Hand: Pattern Precision and Repetition in Contemporary Drawing, University Art Museum,
                California State University Long Beach, CA
                Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco, CA
                Future Perfect, Orchard Gallery, Derry, Northern Ireland             
 
2000       The L.A. Scene, Numark Gallery, Washington, DC.
                Selections from the Permanent Collection, Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA
                Shifting Ground : Transformed Views of the American Landscape, Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
                Painting : For and Aft, ACME, Los Angeles, CA
                The Next Wave : New Painting in Southern California, California Center for the Arts, Escondido, CA
 
1999       Science Fictions, White Columns, New York, NY
                Millennium, Tate, New York, NY
                Another Country: The Construced Landscape, Lawrence Rubin Greenberg van Doren Fine Art, New York, NY
                Sci-Fi, Nevada Institute for Contemporary Art, Las Vegas, NV
 
1998       Other related Areas, University of California Art Gallery, Irvine, CA
                Ground Control, Lombard-Freid Fine Arts, New York, NY
 
1997       New Work: Drawings Today, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
                Art on Paper 1997, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC
                Quartzose, Galleri Tommy Lund, Odense, Denmark
                Drawings : A Bi-coastal Invitational, Meyerson and Nowinsky Fine Arts, Seattle, WA
                Spot Making Sense, Grand Arts, Kansas City, MO
                20/20 CAF Looks Forward and Back, Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara, CA
 
1996       Pure Bliss, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles, CA
                Space Space, Post, Los Angeles, CA
                Acquiring Minds : Contemporary Art in Santa Barbara Collections, Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara, CA
 
1995       Strictly Painting, McClean Project for the Arts, Arlington, VA
                Strappy Sandals and Skinny Belts : The Hyperfeminine Position in Painting, Victoria Room, San Francisco, CA
                Works for a Funhouse, E.S. Vandam, New York, NY             
 
1994       Current Abstractions, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Park, Los Angeles, CA
                All That Emerges, Emerges (Part 2), Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA
 
1993       Peculiar Paintings, Woodbury University Art Gallery, Burbank, CA and The Metropolitan Momentary
                Contemporary Museum, Los Angeles, CA
                Aspects of Painting in Los Angeles, College of Creative Studies Art Gallery, Univesity of California, Santa Barbara, CA
 
1992       Far Bizarre (Alternative Art Fair), The Guest Room, The Old Federal Building, Los Angeles, CA
                Fluid Measure, a Nomadic Site Project, Goldwyn branch of the Los Angeles Public Library, L.A., CA
                Contemporary Surfaces, Pamela Auchincloss Gallery, New York, NY
                Drawings as Poems, Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, CA
                Invitational, David Beitzel Gallery, New York, NY
                A World View II:  Multiple Perspectives, Nutrilite Products, Inc., Buena Park, CA
                Final Exhibition, The Guest Room, Los Angeles, CA
                Intimate Abstraction, Haines Gallery, San Francisco, CA
 
1991       The Spiritual Landscape, Biota Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
                Monochrome, Dorothy Goldeen Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
                Poured Paintings, Dorothy Goldeen Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
 
1990       Woodblocks, Etchings, Lithographs, Dorothy Goldeen Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
 
1989       Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara Arts Council, Santa Barbara, CA
                Window on AIDS Fresh Visions I, Dorothy Goldeen Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
 
Selected Bibliography
 
2013       Pagel, David. "Dystopian Abstraction." ArtPulse, Vol. 5, No. 17: 36-39 (illus.).
 
2012       Pagel, David. "Fuzzy Notions of Place." Los Angeles Times, January 13: D14 (illus.).
 
2008       Pagel, David. Adam Ross and Robert Olsen at Susanne Vielmetter, Los Angeles Times
                Buckley, Annie. Adam Ross and Robert Olsen at Susanne Vielmetter, Artforum.com, Reviews, Illus.
                Holm, Ditte Vilstrup. Abstraction Comes Alive-Considerations on Contemporary Painting
                 Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks, catalog, illus.
                Martin, Courtney J. Lessons Learned About Abstract Recursivity, Teaching an Old Dog
                New Tricks, catalog, illus.
 
2007       Baker, Alex. Truncated Trajectories: A Brief History of Space TravelSpace is the Place.
                New York and Cincinnati: ICI and Contemporary Arts Center. p. 14 (illus.).
                Kamps, Toby. Space is the Place:  Contemporary Art and the Interplanetary ImaginationSpace is the Place, ICI. p. 29 (illus.).
                Duncan, Michael. Endless Western Sunset, Leo Castelli Gallery, brochure (illus.).
 
2006       Howell George. Adam Ross, Numark Gallery, Washington, DC, Art Papers, pp. 69-70 (illus.).
                 Torchia, Richard. Very Early PicturesD Magazine 01, pp. 90-109 (illus.).
                Cudlin, Jeffrey. The Overloaded Man, Washington City Paper, p. 46 (illus.).
 
2005       Adler, Dan. Adam Ross at Angles Gallery, Art in America, pp. 155-156 (illus.).
                Malt, Dr. Johanna. Surrealist Afterlives, World Gone Mad (exhibition catalog) (illus.).
                O'Reilly, Sally. The Awesome Death and Exquisite Corpse of Reason, World Gone Mad (exhibition catalog) (Illus.).
                Knight, Christopher. Getting a Sense of Urgency, The Los Angeles Times, Calendar, p. E20 (Illus.).
                Myers ,Terry. Coming Up RosesArt Review, June pp. 38-39 (Illus.).
                L.A., The New Yorker, May 16, p. 24.
 
2004       Dawson, Jessica. Design and Structure, in 3-D, The Washinton Post, section C5, p. 1 (illus.).
                Weinstein, Joel. Slouching Towards Tomorrow: Adam Ross and the City at the Edge of Time, Adam Ross. Miami: Kevin
                Bruk Gallery.
                Moss, Karen. A Curator’s Legend, Topographies:  Imaginary Landscapes and Invented Territories. San Francisco: 
                San Francisco Art Institute, pp. 2F, 6K (illus.).
                Dawson, Jessica. Surreal Cityscapes and ‘Paintings’ That Aren’t, The Washington Post, C5 (illus.).
                Dixon, Glenn. Adam Ross: In Between Places, Washington City Paper (illus.).
                Shaw-Eagle, Joanna. Light ‘Places’ and Artistic ‘Cure’, The Washington Times, section B, p. 1 (illus.).
 
2003       Kamps, Toby. Then and Forever NowCerca: Adam Ross. San Diego: San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art (illus.).
                Gavin, Francesca. Future Tense, Blueprint no. 211, p. 118.
                Pagel, David. Blue Skies and Then Some, The Los Angeles Times Calendar (Section E), p. 21.
                Tumlir, Jan. The Nineties, Jr., Xtra vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 22-26.
 
2002       Sanders, Joel. Out of Site, Fictional Architectural Spaces, New Museum of Contemporary Art, Art Forum, Nov., p. 182 (illus.).
                Williams, GregoryOut of Site, Artforum.com, August
                Wagonfeld, Judy. Virtual Reality Struggles to mesh with Intriguing Art (Art Review: Out of Site...), Seattle Post-Intelligencer,
                Nov. 15, p.17.
                Ellegood, Anne. Out of Site, Fictional Architectural Spaces. New York: New Museum of Contemporary Art (illus.).
                Miles, Christopher and Gobel, James. A Conversation About Twenty One Painters, 21 paintings from LA. San Bernardino,
                California: Robert V. Fullerton Art Museum, Cal. State Univ., San Bernardino (illus.).
                Golonu, Berin. Retrofuturist. San Francisco: New Langton Arts (illus.).
                Reynolds, Jamie. Building Utopia, Adam Ross Looks to Yesterday to Paint His Perfect Picture of TomorrowSmock, Winter, p. 48
 
2001       Barragan, Paco. El Arte Que Viene, The Art to Come. Madrid: Subastas Siglo XXI, pp. 254-255 (illus.).
                Meyer,James. Best of 2001: Technomania, Artforum, Dec., pgs. 106-107 (illus.).
                Chambers, Christopher, A New Crop of Young American Painters, Tema Celeste, Nov.- Dec., pg. 19 (illus.).
                Johnson, Ken. Adam Ross, The New York Times, Sept. 21, pg. E28.
                Ayres, Charlie. Adam Ross’ Cityscapes Finally Appear in London, Art Review June, pg. 24 (illus.).
                McLaren, Duncan. Adam Ross: In Echoed Steps I Walked Across This Empty Dream, Nylon Gallery, London, The Independent,
                Sunday, May 27, pg. 4 (illus.).
                MacRitchie, Lynn. Electric Blue Windows on New Worlds, The Financial Times (Europe), May 8, pg. 13, (illus.).
                Spalding, David. A Conversation With Artists in 010101: Art in Technological TimesArtweek, May, pg. 13 (illus.).
                Hoptman, Laura. The Shape of Things to Come; Art and Science Fiction, Flash Art, January-February, pp. 86-89 (illus.).
                Bonetti, David. Bold High-Tech Artwork Makes Connections, San Francisco Chronicle, March 2, C1 (Illus.).
                Bishop, Janet. Old Fashioned Forms in New Fangled Times010101: Art in Technological Times (exhibition catalog).
                San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. pp.72-75
                Bishop, Janet. Adam Ross010101: Art in Technological Times, San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of 
                Modern Art. pp. 122-123 (Illus.).
 
2000       Hayles, N. Katherine. Adam Ross:  Paranoid Utopias, Art and Text, August-October pp. 62-65 (illus.).
                LaBelle, Charles. Los Angeles Reviews, Adam Ross, Bijutsu Techo, Vol. 52, No. 792, September 2001, pgs. 158-159 (illus.).
                Lunenfeld, Peter. Snap to Grid. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2001, pp.167-170 (illus.).
                Knight, Christopher. Adam Ross' Venturesome and Intricate Works Reward Contemplation, The Los Angeles Times, May 12, p.                     F26
                Knight, Christopher. Catching the ‘Next Wave’ of Painters, The Los Angeles Times, June 20, p. F1, F8.
                Howard, Rhonda. Shifting Ground: Transformed Views of the American Landscape, Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington,
                Seattle, WA, exhibition catalogue
 
1999       Schwabsky, Barry. Adam Ross, Artforum September, pp. 166-67.
                Darling, Michael. Top Ten Plus TenL.A. Weekly, January 8-14, p. 40.
                Knight, Christopher. Fresh Paint: Post-Boomers Spearhead the BoomLos Angeles Times, Calendar Section, Sunday, April 4,
                pp. 4-6, 80.
                Mahoney, Robert. Millennium at TATE, Time Out New York, July 29 - Aug. 5, p. 52.
                Moshkovits, Boris. Blade RunnerFlash Art, January/February. (illus.)
 
1998       Darling, Michael. Adam Ross, Caren Golden Fine Art, New, Frieze, April/May, pp. 89-90. (illus.)
                Ise, Claudine. Adam Ross/ Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Art Issues, November/December, p. 42.
                Kaneda, Shirley. Editor’s Choice, Bomb, Winter, no. 62, p. 12 (illus.).
                McDonough, Tom. Adam Ross at Caren Golden, Art in America, July, pp. 99-100 (illus.).
                Pagel, David. Art Review: Comes the Dawn, Los Angeles Times, Friday, July 3, pp. F26-F27.
                Zellen, Jody. Adam Ross at Shoshana Wayne, Art Press, no. 239, October, pp. 70-71 (illus.).
 
1997       Art on Paper (exh. catalog), Weatherspooon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina at Greensboro (illus.).
                Duncan, Michael. Adam Ross at Shoshana Wayne, Art in America, March, p. 111 (illus.).
                Porges, Maria. San Francisco Fax; Drawings Today: New Work at San Francisco Musuem of Modern Art, Art Issues,
                March/April, p. 35.
                Thorson, Alice. Grand Arts Show Brings Sense and Style to the  Summer Season, The Kansas City Star, Friday, July 4, p. 24.
                Tumlir, Jan. On Young Art in L.A., Art Muscle, February/March Vol. 11, Issue 3, pp. 7-9.
 
1996       Muchnic, Suzanne. A Package With More Than Meets the Eye, Los Angeles Times, Nov. 5, p. F7.
                Tumlir, Jan. Adam Ross at Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Artweek,November, pp. 21-22 (illus.).
             
1995       Darling, Michael. Dreams and Nightmares: Contemporary Los Angeles Landscape Artists, Artweek, June, p. 18.
                Joyce, Julie. Neutral Grounds/Fertile Territory: A History of Bliss, True Bliss, Los Angeles: Los Angeles
                Contemporary Exhibitions
                Kandel, Susan. Pacific Dreams, Art Issues, September - October, p. 39.
                Kistler, Ashley. Strictly Painting, Strictly Painting (exhib. catalog). Arlington, VA: McClean Project for the Arts
 
1994       Cutajar, Mario. Disarmament: Out West and Back East at the Santa Monica Museum of Art, Artweek, March 10, p. 18.
                Darling, Michael. Current Abstractions (catalog essay), Current Abstractions, Los Angeles: Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery.
                Darling, Michael. Skin Deep; Damned: Life Death and Surface at John Thomas GalleryArtweek, February 3, back cover.
                Duncan, Michael. L.A. Rising, Art in America, December, pp. 72-83 (illus.).
                Greene, David A. Virtual Reality, The Pleasure Principal of Current AbstractonsLos Angeles Reader, March 25, p.17.
                Kandel, Susan. Entrancing Revelations, Los Angeles Times, February 3, p.F11.
                Knight, Christopher. A Bicoastal Flashback, (Out West, Back East, exhibition) Los Angeles Times, Feb. 18, pp.F1, F28.
                Muchnic, Suzanne. Sweetly Sinister: Adam Ross at Sue Spaid Fine ArtLos Angeles Times, October 20, p.F3.
                Tager, Alisa. On the Edge: Adam Ross, Pasadena, Artnews, January, p.182. (illus.)
                Tumlir, Jan. Processes and Properties, Current Abstractions at the L.A. Municipal Art Gallery, Artweek, March 24, back page.
 
1993       Curtis, Cathy. Open to Interpretations, Los Angeles Times, Orange County Section, January 14.
                Curtis, Cathy. Painting Pictures, Newport Harbor's Fourth Biennial Draws on Style, Sense, Tastes of Its Chief CuratorOC >                              Live! (Los Angeles Times), October 14, pp. 3, 6, 9, 16.
                Cutajar, Mario. A Prayer That Answers Itself: Painting in Post Modern TimesVisions Art Quarterly, Fall, pp.18-20. (illus.)
                Darling, Michael. 500 Years of Chinese Art, Santa Barbara Independent, February, p. 28.
                Darling, Michael, In the Arena, Apects of Los Angeles Painting at UCSBSanta Barbara Independent, March 18, p. 32.
                Darling, Michael. In the Middle Ground: The Cultivated Field at SITE Gallery, Artweek, March 18, p.17.
                Darling, Michael. A Bluring of Definitions: Is Los Angeles Abstract Painting Developing a New Sensibility?, Artweek,
                May 20, pp.12-13 (illus.).
                Kandel, Susan. An Inspired Mess (The Layered Look group exhibition), Los Angeles Times, July 29, p. F7 (illus.).
                Guenther, Bruce. Present Tense: the Fourth Newport Biennial, Fourth Newport  Biennial Southern California
                (catalog essay), September, pp.9-10. (illus.)
                Kandel, Susan. Dreams of Escape That Swing From One Extreme to Another, (That Which Appears... exhibition) Los Angeles
                Times, April 9, p.F12.
                Spaid, Sue. 'The Layered Look’: Transience, Superimposition and Identiy, essay for The Layered Look exhibition, July.
                  Tager, Alisa. Adam Ross (That Which Appears exhibition), Art Issues, May/June, p.46. (illus.)
                Wilson, William. Biennial Uses Humorous Paradox to Tackle Issues, Los Angeles Times,  October 9, Calendar Section, p.F13.
 
1992       Duncan, Michael. Tung Ch'i-ch'ang, Art Issues, November-December, p.36.
                Duncan, Michael. Projections and Speculations About a Guest Room: 13 Variations, essay for the Guest Room exhibition                               catalog; in conjuction with exhibition at the Far Bazaar, December. (illus.)
                Frank, Peter. Pick of the Week (Fluid Measure group exhibition), L.A. Weekly, October 3-10.
                Kandel, Susan. Discreet Liason (Fluid Measure group  exhibition), Los Angeles Times, September 17, Calendar Section.
                Muchnic, Suzanne. Adam Ross, Los Angeles Times, Calender Section, March 12, p.F14.
                Snow, Shauna. Show and Sell, (an article about emerging artists and galleries) Los Angeles Times, Thursday, September 24.
                Wilson, William. Drawings at the Armory Center, Los Angeles Times, July 30, Calendar Section.
 
1991       Heyler, Joanne. Notes for Adam Ross's Drawings, catalogessay for Adam Ross, Map Drawings, November.
                Muchnic, Suzanne. Poured Paintings, Arts Magazine, April, p.83.
 
1990       Muchnic, Suzanne. Zizi Raymond and Adam Ross, Los Angeles Times, Calendar Section, Friday, April 13.
 
1989       Donahue, Marlena. The Galleries; Santa Monica, Los Angeles Times, Friday, June 30, Calendar Section.
                Muchnic, Suzanne. Painting in the Photo Age, Los Angeles Times, Calender Section, F9.
 
 
Awards

1988    Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture Fellowship
             William Dole Fellowship, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA
             Research Grant, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA
 

Public Collections

Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA
Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, San Diego, CA
Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA
Laguna Beach Museum of Art, Laguna Beach, CA
The Weatherspoon Art Museum at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, MA
AD&A Museum, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA