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Kateřina Šedá

First Name
Kateřina
Surname
Šedá
Born
1977
Birth place
Brno Líšeň
Place of work
Brno
Website
www.katerinaseda.cz
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Keywords
drawing
installation art
intervention
public art
CSU Library
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About artist

In her work Kateřina Šedá focuses on socially conceived actions in which there are used dozens or even hundreds of individuals that don't have anything to do with art. The actions take place in a completely non-artistic environment. One of the objectives of these experiments with inter-personal relations is to guide those taking part out of experienced stereotypes or social isolation. The nature of her projects is either very personal (e.g. the It Doesn’t Matter project) or of a local character (There’s Nothing There) - Šedá works with the residents of small villages, the names of which we hear for the first time. Despite this personal aspect, Šeda's work is easy to comprehend both generally and even internationally - Šedá has achieved international recognition in a short period of time (she now has more exhibitions abroad than in the Czech Republic).

 

Šedá draws the “material" for her projects from the ranks of those close to her - from her family or from her home town in Líšeň near Brno or its surroundings. The Transmitter project, which was the artist’s graduation thesis, is linked to her family. Šedá made her family members into members of a commission at the Academy of Fine Arts. The job of this commission was to assess the work of some of the academy's students. The commission was first confronted with the works without the student’s participation, and then heard the student’s interpretation. Šedá drew attention to the confrontation of opinions of people not involved in art and the world of art that is often closed within itself and incomprehensible without the artists’ explanation. Another project entitled It Doesn’t Matter involves the artist's grandmother. Šedá attempted to provoke her grandmother, who had fallen into a lethargic stupor and had lost her zest for life. Her grandmother had worked for years in a hardware store and knew all the products by heart. Šedá convinced her grandmother to begin to draw all the tools. This resulted in a catalogue of 650 drawn items and prices. Šedá’s grandmother even came to the opening in Prague, and Kateřina Šedá won for this project the prestigious Jindřich Chalupecký Award.

 

Work with the townspeople involved the collective projects, Exhibition in the Window, There's Nothing There, Around and Around and The Spirit of Uhyst. Some 150 residents of Líšeň took part in the Exhibition in the Window action in which they exhibited various objects in the windows of their homes. The There’s Nothing There project was conceived for the village of Ponětovice. After a survey of the village and the activities of the individuals living there, Šedá managed to unite all the villagers: On a single day they all took part in activities according to a predetermined schedule. At the same time they all got up, went shopping, swept their walkways, cooked tomato sauce and rice, rode their bikes around town and went for a beer. The project Around and Around, presented in 2008 at the Berlin Biennial, was made in her native town of Líšeň. One day the artist realized how strongly people try to isolate themselves with high fences that nobody can see through and to enclose themselves with their own privacy. Šedá then spent half a year convincing neighbours of one street to take part in the project. On one designated day Šedá herself climbed over all the fences (with the participation of all her invited neighbours observing her). She then constructed a round structure from different materials exactly according to the Líšeň models. This was exhibited at the international exhibition in Berlin to where her Líšeň neighbours were bussed to climb over the fence using various aids and into the circle and out again. The inter-personal barriers were at least symbolically conquered.

 

In 2009 the Spirit of Uhyst project was undertaken based on the artist's work with the residents of the town of Uhyst, Germany. The locals were given the task of drawing with a single line their view of the "spirit" of the village. All the lines were gradually made on a single line of paper. A collective drawing was made signed by all 316 participants.

Author of the annotation
Ivona Raimanová

Published
2009

CV

1999-2005 Academy of fine Arts in Prague (with professor Vladimír Kokolia)

1995-1999 School of applied arts in Brno


Awards, Grants, Residencies


2016

Stipend, Les Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers. Paris


2015

Most beautiful Czech books 2014, first prize, Czech Republic


2014

MLUVME SPOLU [Let’s Talk], společnost T-Mobile Czech Republic a.s.

Most beautiful Czech books 2013 (selection), Czech Republic

Residency at CNEAI, Paris, France


2013

Revitalizace návsi v Bedřichovicích – Bedřichovice nad Temží / Revitalization of the Village Square in Bedřichovice – Bedřichovice upon Thames, Czech Republic, Regional Operational Programme South-East and the town of Šlapanice

MACRO – Museo d Arte Contemporanea Roma – Artist in residence, Italy


2012

Grant from the Ministry of Culture in the field of literature for a non-periodical publication.

Creative grant from the Ministry of Culture, Czech Republic

Most beautiful Czech books 2011, Czech Republic


2011

Follow Fluxus - award and stipend, Wiesbaden, Germany

Most beautiful Czech books 2010, (second prize) Czech Republic


2010

Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach Foundation, Germany


2009

Contemporary Art Society Award, London, UK


2009–2010 Stipend, Ludwig Múzeum, Budapest, Hungary


2008–2009

Berliner Künstlerprogramm, DAAD, Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst, Berlin,Germany


2007

IASPIS, International artist residency programme, Stockholm, Sweden


2006

ISCP, International Studio & Curatorial Program, New York, USA


2005

Jindřich Chalupecký Award, Prague, Czech Republic

Essl Art Award, Klosterneuburg, Austria

Grant from the Czech Ministry of Culture and the Bern Department of Culture for a three-month stay in Bern, Switzerland


2004

Tranzit Award, Development Grant, Prague, Czech Republic

Exhibitions

Solo exhibitions
Selected exhibitions:

2016
Kateřina Šedá: The Tram Buskers Tour, IHME, Helsinki, Finland

2015
Kateřina Šedá: Bedřichovice nad Temží / Bedřichovice upon Thames, Foyer of the Hvězda Cinema, Uherské Hradiště, Czech Republic
Kateřina Šedá: Bedřichovice nad Temží / Bedřichovice upon Thames, Cultural house Bedřichovice, Czech Republic (cat.)
Kateřina Šedá, Tržnica Bojárt, Tranzit.sk, Slovakia (cat.)

2014
Kateřina Šedá, Milada Šoukalová : Normální život [Milada Šoukalová: Normal Life], House of Art / Gallery of Contemporary Art, České Budějovice, Czech Republic (cat.)
Kateřina Šedá, CNEAI, Paris, France
Kateřina Šedá, Au 8 rue Saint-Bon, Paris
Kateřina Šedá, Bedřichovice upon Thames, Moravian Gallery, Brno and Bedřichovice, Czech Republic

2013
Kateřina Šedá, Everything Is Perfect, Los Altos/ SF MOMA, San Francisco
Kateřina Šedá, Bedřichovice upon Thames, Moravian Gallery, Brno and Bedřichovice, Czech Republic
Kateřina Šedá, At Sixes and Sevens, Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst, Leipzig, Germany (cat.)
Kateřina Šedá, Two in One, Puttereshoek, Netherlands
Kateřina Šedá. Die Suppe ist gegessen IV., Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden, Wisbaden, Germany (cat.)
This Is Not A Czech Pavilion, Venice Biennial – Taiwan Pavilion, Italy (cat.)
Kateřina Šedá, Mom, Look at Me!, Macro, Rome

2012
Kateřina Šedá, Vögele Kultur Zentrum, Pfäffikon SZ
Kateřina Šedá. Die Suppe ist gegessen III., Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden, Wiesbaden, Germany (cat.)
Kateřina Šedá, Gallery OFF Format, Czech Republic
Kateřina Šedá, No Go, Arratia, Beer, Germany
Kateřina Šedá. Die Suppe ist gegessen II., Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden, Wiesbaden, Germany (cat.)
Kateřina Šedá, n. 14, Gallery Kaple, Valašské Meziříčí, Czech Republic
Kateřina Šedá. Talk to The Sky ’Cause the Ground Ain’t Listening, Kunstmuseum Luzern, Lucerne, Switzerland (cat.)

2011
Kateřina Šedá. Die Suppe ist gegessen I., Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden, Wiesbaden, Germany (cat.)
Kateřina Šedá. From Morning Till Night, Tate Modern, London, UK
Kateřina Šedá. That’s the Way the Cookie Crumbles, Cubbit Gallery, London, UK
Kateřina Šedá. Líšeň Profile, Museums Sheffield, Sheffield, UK (cat.)
Kateřina Šedá. It’s Too Late in the Day, Künstlerhaus Bremen, Bremen, Germany ( cat.)

2010
MAM Project 013: Kateřina Šedá, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan (cat.)
Mirror Hill, No light, Franco Soffiantino Gallery, Turin, Italy

2009
Der Geist von Uhyst / Über Tage, Uhyst, Germany (cat.)
Česky snadno a rychle / Tschechisch schnell und mühelos, with Rolf Simmen, Deutschlandradio Kultur/WDR 3, Germany

2008
1+1+1=3, with Robert MacPherson and Manfred Pernice, Culturgest, Lisbon, Portugal (cat.)
Kateřina Šedá (Colocation n. 4), La box, Bourges, France (cat.)
Kateřina Šedá. It Doesn’t Matter, The Renaissance Society at The University of Chicago, Chicago, USA
For Every Dog a Different Master, Konsthalle, Gävle, Sweden

2007
For Every Dog a Different Master, Galerie im Taxispalais, Innsbruck, Austria (cat.)
Synonyma—Index—tranzit collaboration, Kateřina Šedá with Fritz Quasthoff, Index, The Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation, Stockholm, Sweden
For Every Dog a Different Master, Moravská Galerie, Brno, Czech Republic (cat.)
Kateřina Šedá 1+1, Galerie ARRATIA, BEER, Berlin, Germany
Vnučka / The Granddaughter, Czech Center, New York, USA

2006
Kateřina Šedá *1977, etc. Galerie, Prague, Czech Republic
Kateřina Šedá, Cultural House, Brno–Líšeň, Czech Republic
Kateřina Šedá x 3, Franco Soffiantino Gallery, Turin, Italy (cat.)
Arrivals: Czech Republic, Modern Art Oxford, Oxford, UK (cat.)
Group exhibitions not included in ARTLIST.
Selected exhibitions:

2016
Amor, Oi Futuro Cultural Center, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

2015
Constel·lacions Familiar, Espai Mortiz, Cornellà
Räume und Ressourcen, Kunstraum Lakeside / Klagenfurt, Austria
2nd Tbilisi Triennial, Tbilisi, Georgia
Laughter and Forgetting, Bucharest Art Week, Romania
Between Democracies 1989-2014: Memory and Commemoration, Constitutional Hill, Johannesburg, South Africa
First Cut / Prma Taietura, set-up for a new cultural centre in ARAD, TEBA Factory, Romania
Echigo- Tsumari Art Triennale 2015, Japan (cat.)
Fashion as Social Energy, Palazzo Morando Museum of Costumes, Fashion and Image, Milan, Italy (cat.)
The Ties That Bind: Artists and Archives, University at Albany Art Museum, NY, USA (cat.)
Nouveau festival, Centre Pompidou, Paris, France
Love at the Edge, Oi Futuro Cultural Center, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Love at the Edge, Arsenal Gallery, Białystok, Poland
Art as a Verb, Artspace, Sydney, Australia (cat.)
Constel·lacions Familiar, Museu d’art de l’Empordà, Catalonia
Constel·lacions Familiar, Museu d’art Contemporani de Mataró, Catalonia
Grand Domestic Revolution GOES ON, Careof, Milan, Italy (cat.)

2014
Turning Points in 20 century, Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest, Hungary
In A Skirt – Sometimes / Art og the 1990s, Prague City Gallery, Czech Republic (cat.)
These Immovable Walls: Performing Power at Dublin Castle, Dublin Castle, Ireland
I Take Part and the Part Takes Me, Galerie Tanja Wagner, Berlín
VOR_ORT. AN ART PROJECT IN SENNESTADT, Sennestadt and the Bielefelder Kunstverein, Germany (cat.)
Tutti Frutti – festival současného umění [Contemporary Art Festival], Bratislava, Slovakia
VII. Nový zlínský salon, Zlín, Czech Republic (cat.)
Někdy v sukni / In a Skirt – Sometimes. Art of the 1990s, Moravian Gallery, Brno, Czech Republic (cat.)
Art As a Verb, Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne, Australia (cat.)

2013
Kde domov můj / Where Is My Home?, DOX, Centre for Contemporary Art, Prague
General Bordure, Art Center Le Quartier, Quimper, France
More Love: Art, Politics, and Sharing Since the 1990s, Cheekwood Museum of Art, USA (cat.)
The Fifth Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Russia
Škola umění, Emil Filla Galerie, Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic
Poison Green, Czech Center, New York, USA
Aufwachen! Besser machen! Humbolt University Gallery, Germany
Contemporary Landscape Architecture in Visegrad Countries 2013, Jaroslav Fragner Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic
More Love: Art, Politics, and Sharing Since the 1990s, Ackland Art Museum | University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (cat.)
Fifth international Artist’s Books Exhibition 2013, The King St. Stephen Museum, Hungary (cat.)
The Grand Domestic Revolution – User's Manual, Centre for Contemporary Art in Derry~Londonderry, Northern Ireland (cat.)

2012
Constel·lacions familiars, Heroínas de la Cultura, Spain
Hembygd,  Marabouparken, Stockholm, Sweden
An_Eignungen, Kunstverein Langenhagen, Langenhagen
30 Künstler / 30 Räume, Neues Museum, Nurenberg, Germany (cat.)
Začátek století / The Begginning of the Century, Západočeská galerie v Plzni (cat.)
Spotlight- Video – Kunst, Essl Museum, Klosterneuburg, Austria
Mit sofortiger Wirkung. Künstlerische Eingriffe in den Alltag, Kunsthalle Wien Project Space Karlsplatz, Vienna, Austria (cat.)
Artistas, Galeria Filomena Soares, Lisbon, Portugal

2011
Future Generation Art Prize, 54. Venice Biennial, Venice, Italy
Tutto è connesso 2, Museo d’Arte Contemporanea Castello di Rivilo, Turin, Italy
Un’ Espressione Geografica, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin, Italy (cat.)
VI. Nový zlínský salon 2011, Galerie výtvarného umění / Regional Art Gallery, Zlín, Czech Republic (cat.)
52nd October Salon, The Cultural Centre of Belgrade, Belgrade (cat.)
Aufruf zur Alternative, Schmela Haus, Düsseldorf, Germany (cat.)
Kind of Change. New Acquisitions 2009–2011, Ludwig Múzeum, Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, Hungary
Home, Sweet Home, Tama Art University, Information Design Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
The Other Tradition, Wiels Contemporary Art Centre, Brussels, Belgium

2010
Aware: Art Fashion Identity, Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK
Sounds/Radio Art—Neue Musik, ZKM, Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie, Karlsruhe, Germany
Future Generation Art Prize / Shortlisted Artists, Pinchuk Art Centre, Kiev, Ukraine
Trienále umenia knihy, Martin 2010, Turčianska Galéria v Martine, Slovakia
Jindřich Chalupecký Award / Prize-Winners 20 years, DOX, Centre for Contemporary Art, Prague, Czech Republic
Book Show, Eastside Projects, Birmingham, UK
Over The Counter: Economy in Post Socialist Art, Muscarnok Kunsthalle, Budapest, Hungary (cat.)
I See Things That Are Not There, Polish Institute, Rome, Italy
Epílogo, Maisterravalbuena galería, Madrid, Spain
Die Letzten ihrer Art. Altruismus: Kunst aus Tschechien Heute, Bonner Kunstverein, Bonn, Germany (cat.)
A Pair of Left Shoes: Reality Check in Eastern Europe, Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb, Croatia
Regionale 10, Landschaftsmuseum im Schloss Trautenfels, Trautenfels, Austria (cat.)
Art Sheffield 10, Millenium Gallery, Sheffield, Sheffield, UK
Formate der Transformation 89–09, Museum auf Abruf, Vienna, Austria (cat.)
Sounds / Radio Art—Neue Musik, NBK, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin, Germany (cat.)
Ears like Loops, ZONA Sztuki Aktualnej, Lodz, Poland
Video Drawing, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel
Jeden na jednoho / One on One, House of the Lords of Kunštát, Brno, Czech Republic
Les Promesses du passé, Centre national d’art et de culture Georges Pompidou, Paris, France (cat.)
This Is Not a Game, HDLU, Croatian Association of Artists, Zagreb, Croatia

2009
Video Drawing, The Ticho House, Jerusalem, Israel
Radio D-CZ, Tranzit Display, Prague, Czech Republic
Po sametu / After Velvet, City Gallery Prague, Czech Republic (cat.)
Formaty transformace / Formats of Transformation, The Brno House of Arts, Czech Republic (cat.)
Na okraji zájmu / On the Periphery of Concern, Emil Filla Gallery, Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic
Fri Porto, Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art, Copenhagen, Denmark
After the Final Simplification of Ruins, Montehermoso Cultural Center, Vitoria, Spain
The Spectacle of the Everyday, 10th Lyon Biennial, Lyon, France (cat.)
Generosity Is the New Political, Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge, UK
Time out of Joint: Recall and Evocation in Recent Art, The Kitchen, New York, USA
Monument transformace, City Gallery Prague, Prague, Czech Republic
A Pair of Left Shoes, Kunstmuseum Bochum, Bochum, Germany
The Jindřich Chalupecký Award: New Millenium, Minor Sensations, Museum of Art, Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea
Younger than Jesus, New Museum, New York, USA (cat.)
Bewohnte Orte / Obydlená místa, Krajská galerie výtvarného umění ve Zlíně, Czech Republic
Try to Make a Simple Gesture, No Matter How Small!, Trafo Gallery, Budapest, Hungary

2008
The Greenroom: Reconsidering the Documentary and Contemporary Art, Hessel Museum of Art & Center for Curatorial Studies Galleries at Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, USA (cat.)
Cutting Realities, Gender Strategies in Art, Austrian Cultural Forum NYC, New York, USA (cat.)
TINA B. The Prague Contemporary Art Festival 08, Prague, Czech Republic
La Petite Histoire, Kunstraum Niederösterreich, Vienna, Austria
Archeology of Longing, Kadist Art Foundation, Paris, France (cat.)
Bewohnte Orte / Obydlena mista, Springhornhof, Neuenkirchen, Germany
At the Limits, Emil Filla Gallery, Ustí nad Labem, Czech Republic
Average, Kunsthaus Langenthal, Langenthal, Switzerland (cat.)
Manifesta 7, Bolzano, Italy (cat.)
Social Diagrams, Künstlerhaus Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany
No Borders, Just N.E.W.S. (NORTH, EAST, WEST, SOUTH), Thessaloniki Centre of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki, Greece, AICA, Paris, France (cat.)
Sixth Biennial of Young Artists, Zvon 2005, City Gallery Prague, Czech Republic
Where the Lions Are, Para/Site Art Space, Hong Kong, China
Wir sind immer für euch da, Kunsthaus Dresden, Dresden, Germany
Manual CC, Uqbar, Berlin, Germany
When Things Cast No Shadow, 5th Berlin Biennale, Berlin, Germany (cat.)
Absence v záznamu, Galerie Václava Špály, Prague, Czech Republic
No Borders, Just N.E.W.S. (NORTH, EAST, WEST, SOUTH), AICA, Paris, France (cat.)
Close Encounters, Fine Arts Center Galleries, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, USA
Absence Recorded, Václav Špála Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic

2007
Dressed Up… , Tranzit Display, Prague, Czech Republic
AVU, National Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic
Stalking with Stories: The Pioneers of the Immemorable, Apexart, New York, USA
Documenta 12, Aue Pavillon, Kassel, Germany
Irgendwo dazwischen, Museum Sammlung in Friedrichshof, Zurndorf, Austria (cat.)
Asia—Europe Mediations, IF Museum Inner Spaces, Posen, Poland
Facelift: 3 Contemporary Czech and Slovak Artists, A.I.R. Gallery, New York, USA
Politics of Friendship, Gallery Štenberk, Štenberk, Czech Republic
As in Real Life, Gallery P 74, Ljubljana, Slovenia (cat.)
Auditorium, Stage, Backstage—An Exposure in 32 Acts, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, Germany

2006
Pozval jsem pár přátel, aby se podívali / I Invited a Couple of Friends Over to Have a Look, Galerie Miroslav Kraljevic and Galerie Nova, Zagreb, Croatia
Gray Zones, Dům umění, Brno, Czech Republic and Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst, Leipzig, Germany (cat.)
Shadows of Humor, BWA Wrocław, Poland
Local Stories, Modern Art Oxford, Oxford, UK (cat.)

2005
1811197804122005, Plan B, Cluj, Romania
Jindřich Chalupecký Award, City Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic (cat.)
Hotspots & Essl Award, Sammlung Essl, Vienna, Austria (cat.)
The One, New General Catalog 224, New York, USA
Diplomanti AVU 2005 / AVU Graduates 2005, National Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic (cat.)
Prague Biennale 2, Prague, Czech Republic (cat.)
Essl Award, AVU Modern Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic
Fifth Biennial of Young Artists, Zvon 2005 (Bell 2005), City Gallery Prague, Czech Republic
281 m², Václav Špála Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic
Dům umění / House of Art, Brno, Czech Republic
Ticho prosím! Maluji / Quiet, Please, I’m Painting!, Galerie u Prstenu, Prague, Czech Republic
Collections
Collectione La Gaia, Busca, Italy
Fondazione Morra Greco, Naples, Italy
Gianferrari Collection, Italy
Fondazione Nomas, Rome, Italy
J&T Banka, Czech Republic
King St. Stephen Museum’s artist’s book collection, Hungary
Klatovy-Klenova, Pilsen, Czech Republic
Kontakt, Erste Bank Collection, Austria
Kunstmuzeum Luzern, Switzerland
Ludwig Múzeum, Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, Hungary
Museo d’arte contemporanea Castello di Rivoli, Turin, Italy
Museum of Modern Art Poland, Warsaw, Poland
Museums Sheffield, Sheffield, UK
Sammlung Essl, Klosterneuburg, Austria
UNIBANK Group Collection, Italy
UniCredit Art Collection, Milan, Italy
Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow, Poland
+ private collection in Austria, Czech Republic etc.
Other realisations

2016

The Tram Buskers Tour, Helsinki, Finland

 

2015–2016

BRNO – STŘET , Brno, Czech Republic

 

2015

Bedřichovice nad Temží / Bedřichovice upon Thames, Czech Republic

Tržnica Bojárt, Bratislava, Slovakia

 

2014

Milada Šoukalová: normální život [Milada Šoukalová: Normal Life], Brno, Czech Republic

 

2014–2015

Bedřichovice nad Temží, Czech Republic

 

2014

Drei Hügelndrei Bäumezwei Rosen - Schatzsuche in Sennestadt, Germany

Přílet pečených holubů [The Arrival of Roased Pigeons], Bedřichovice, Czech

 

2013–2014

Everything Is Perfect, Los Altos/ SF Moma, San Francisco

 

2013

Dva v jednom / Two In One, Puttershoek, Netherlands

Devátý přes pátý / This Is Not a Czech Pavilion, Zastávka u Brna - Venice

Mami, dívej se na mě! / Mom, Look at Me! Rome, Italy – Brno – Líšeň, Czech Republic

 

2011–2015

Od nevidím do nevidím / From Morning Till Night, Bedřichovice, Czech Republic/London, UK

 

2009–?

Nedá se svítit / I See It Black, Trautenfels, Austria; No Light, Nošovice, Czech Republic / shown in Tokyo, Japan; It’s Too Late in The Day, Nošovice, Czech Republic / shown in Bremen, Germany; No Way, Sicily, Italy; Hyundai Open Day, Venice, Italy; That’s the Way the Cookie Crumbles, Nošovice, Czech Republic / shown in London, UK; Die Suppe ist gegessen, Wiesbaden, Germany; Talk to the Sky ‘Cause the Ground Ain’t Listening, Lucerne, Switzerland; …

 

2010–2013

Líšeňský Profil / Líšeň Profile, Brno–Líšeň, Czech Republic

 

2010

Tükörhegy / Mirror Hill, Töröbalint, Hungary

 

2009

Der Geist von Uhyst / The Spirit of Uhyst, Uhyst, Germany

 

2008

Furt dokola / Over and Over, Brno–Líšeň, Czech Republic / Berlin, Germany

 

2007–2011

Paniččino všecko / Her Mistress’s Everything, Brno–Líšeň, Czech Republic

 

2007

Každej pes jiná ves / For Every Dog a Different Master, Brno–Líšeň, Czech Republic

 

2006–2007

Vnučka / The Granddaughter, Prague, Brno–Líšeň, Czech Republic

 

2005–2007

Je to jedno / It Doesn’t Matter, Brno–Líšeň, Czech Republic

 

2005

Šedá komise / Gray Committee, Prague, Czech Republic

 

2004

Výchova dítěte / Raising Children, Brno–Líšeň, Czech Republic

Raising a Child, Brno–Líšeň, Czech Republic

 

2003

Nic tam není / There’s Nothing There, Ponětovice, Czech Republic

 

2002

Karlův most / Charles Bridge, Prague, Czech Republic

Ticho prosím! Maluji / Quiet Please! I’m Painting, Podolí and Brno–Líšeň, Czech Republic

 

2001

Výstava za okny / Window Exhibition, Brno–Líšeň, Czech Republic

 

2000

Bezdomovec / Homeless Man, Brno, Czech Republic

 

1999

Spaní na hrobech / Sleeping on Tombs, Brno–Líšeň, Czech Republic

 

...1999

Kniha o počtu vajec / Egg-Counting Book, Brno–Líšeň, Czech Republic

Kniha na smrkání / Nose-Blowing Book, Brno–Líšeň, Czech Republic

Kresby kartáčkem na zuby / Toothbrush Drawings, Brno–Líšeň, Czech Republic

Kresby sekerou / Axe Drawings, Brno–Líšeň, Czech Republic

Kresby žehličkou / Iron Drawings, Brno–Líšeň, Czech Republic

Kresby vysavačem / Vacuum-Cleaner Drawings, Brno–Líšeň, Czech Republic

Házení hrachu na zeď / Throwing Peas at a Wall, Brno–Líšeň, Czech Republic

Ploty / Fences, Brno–Líšeň, Czech Republic

 

 

Permanent works in public space

 

2013–2015

Revitalizace návsi v Bedřichovicích – Bedřichovice nad Temží / Revitalization of

the Village Square in Bedřichovice – Bedřichovice upon Thames, Czech

Republic, Visual identity of the project: Radim Peško, Architectural design of the village square and the cultural centre: Jitka Ressová / Ellement, David Zajíček, Tomáš Dvořák

 

2013

Two in One, De Wijk van je Leven, Puttershoek, The Netherlands, 
Architect: Jitka Ressová/ Ellement, Curator: Theo Tegelaers/ TAAK

 

2012–2014

En parts Égales, 8th Art, Grand Lyon Habitat, Lyon, France, Architect: Jitka Ressová/ Ellement (suspended)

Monography

Monography

2015

 

Bedřichovice upon Thames, Kateřina Šedá, Radim Peško (ed.), published by Kateřina Šedá

 

Tržnica Bojárt, Kateřina Šedá (ed.), published by Tranzit.sk, Slovakia

 

 

2014

 

Bedřichovice nad Temží – užitečné výrazy a fráze / Bedřichovice upon Thames: Useful Expressions and Phrases, Aleš Palán, Radim Peško (ed.), published by Kateřina Šedá and Moravian Gallery in Brno, Czech Republic

 

Milada Šoukalová: normální život [Milada Šoukalová: Normal Life], Kateřina Šedá, Aleš Palán (ed.), published by Kateřina Šedá and House of Art / Gallery of Contemporary Art, České Budějovice, Czech Republic

 

Everything Is Perfect, Kateřina Šedá, Adam Macháček(ed.), published by Kateřina Šedá with support of SF MOMA in San Francisco.

 

Calendar for From Morning Till Night 2014–2015, Kateřina Šedá, Radim Peško (ed.), published by Kateřina Šedá and Au 8 rue Saint-Bon, Paris

 

ZASTÁVKA, 2014, Kateřina Šedá, Batežo Mikilu, Radim Peško (ed.), published by Kateřina Šedá and Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst Leipzig, Germany

 

 

2013

 

Bedřichovický diář 2014 [Bedřichovice Diary 2014], Kateřina Šedá (ed.), published by Kateřina Šedá and Moravian Gallery, Brno

 

Zastávka u Brna, Venice Biennial, 2013, Kateřina Šedá, Batežo Mikilu, Radim Peško (ed.), published by Batežo Ka Mikilu, with support from the Taipei Fine Art Museum

 

Jmenuješ se Josef Šedý [Your Name Is Josef Šedý], Aleš Palán (ed.), published by Kateřina Šedá with support from Czech Ministry

 

Calendar for From Morning Till Night, 2011, Aleš Palán (ed.), published by Kateřina Šedá with support from Tate Modern and Kunstmuseum Luzern.

 

 

2012

 

Bedřichovický diář 2012 [Bedřichovice Diary 2012], Kateřina Šedá (ed.), published by Kateřina Šedá with support from Kunstmuseum Luzern.

 

Od Z DO B / Z TO B, Aleš Palán (ed.), published by Kateřina Šedá with support from Tate Modern and Kunstmuseum Luzern.

 

Od B DO Z Konverzační příručka. Bedřichovicko-anglická / B TO Z: Bedřichovician-English Conversation Guide, Aleš Palán (ed.), published by Kateřina Šedá with support from Tate Modern.

 

 

2011

 

Líšeňský Profil / Líšeň Profile, Kateřina Šedá, Radim Peško (ed.), published by Kateřina Šedá, Contemporary Art Society, Sfumato Foundation, Museums Sheffield and Franco Soffiantino Gallery.

 

 

2010

 

Keres! (Mirror Hill Project), Tükörghegy. Családi azonosító verseny, Kateřina Šedá, Adam Macháček(ed.), published by Kateřina Šedá, Ludwig Múzeum and Franco Soffiantino Gallery.

 

 

2009

 

Der Geist von Uhyst / The Spirit of Uhyst, Kateřina Šedá, Michal Hladík, Radim Peško (ed.), published by Kateřina Šedá, Art Sheffield 2010, Museums Sheffield and Franco Soffiantino Gallery.

 

 

2008

 

Over and Over by Kateřina Šedá, Radim Peško(ed.), published by Kateřina Šedá and Berliner Künstlerprogramm / DAAD, JRP|Ringier, Zurich.

 

 

2007

 

Kateřina Šedá *1977, Vít Havránek (ed.), published by tranzit, Prague, and JRP|Ringier, Zurich.

 

For Every Dog a Different Master, Radim Peško (ed.) published by Kateřina Šedá and Galerie im Taxispalais Innsbruck, Austria.

 

 

2005

 

Je to jedno 2005–2007 (It Doesn’t Matter 2005–2007), Kateřina Šedá (ed.), published by Kateřina Šedá and Franco Soffiantino Gallery.

 

Nic tam není (There’s Nothing There), Kateřina Šedá (ed.), published by Kateřina Šedá, Brno–Líšeň.

 

 

 

Solo Exhibition Catalogues

 

 

2014

 

Milada Šoukalová: normální život [Milada Šoukalová: Normal Life], Kateřina Šedá, Aleš Palán (ed.), published by Kateřina Šedá and House of Art / Gallery of Contemporary Art, České Budějovice, Czech Republic

 

Kateřina Šedá + BATEŽO MIKILU, Das ist Zastávka, Kateřina Šedá, Batežo Mikilu, Radim Peško (ed.), Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst , Leipzig, Germany

 

 

2012

 

Kateřina Šedá, Fanni Fetzer (ed.), Kunstmuzeum Luzern and JRP Ringier

 

 

2011

 

I Am Trying to Steal It Back , Aleš Palán, Radim Peško (ed.), Stefanie Böttcher, Künstlerhaus Bremen, and Kateřina Šedá, exh.cat. Kateřina Šedá. It’s Too Late in the Day, 12 March–8 May 2011, Künstlerhaus Bremen, Revolver Publishing, Berlin, Germany.

 

 

2010

 

MAM Project 013: Kateřina Šedá (ed.), by. Kondo Kenichi, exhib. cat. MAM Project 013: Kateřina Šedá, 27 November–27 February 2011, Mori Art Museum Tokyo, Japan.

 

 

2008

 

1+1+1, Culturgest, Lisbon, Portugal.

 

It Doesn’t Matter, The Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago, Chicago, USA

 

 

2007

 

1x Daily Before Meals, Galerie ARRATIA, BEER, Berlin, Germany.

 

For Every Dog a Different Master, Moravian Gallery, Brno, Czech Republic.

 

 

2006

 

Kateřina Šedá x 3, Franco Soffiantino Gallery, Turin, Italy

Articles

Jasičová, Slivie: “Bedřichovice nad Temží” [Bedřichovice upon Thames], Kam v Brně, 10/2015,

p. 43–44

 

Palán, Aleš: “Revitalizace návsi a mezilidských vztahů” [The Revitalization of a Village Square and Interpersonal Relations, Architekt 4/5 2015, p. 82–93

 

Lehmannová, Martina: “Bedřichovice nad Temží” [Bedřichovice upon Thames], Art + Antiques, October 2015, p 42–47

 

Kateřina Šedá: “Vnučka” [The Grandaughter], Leksykon Archiwum Afektywnego, 2015, p. 29–34

 

Navrátil, Ondřej: “Kateřina Šedá / Nedá se svítit” [Kateřina Šedá: No Light], OFF/ F 2011–2014, P. 32–35

 

Horák, Ondřej: “Kateřina Šedá”, Sbírka Magnus Art, 2015, p. 104–107

 

Žáková, Markéta: “Kateřina Šedá: Ráda potkávám lidi, kteří nepřemýšlí jen sami o sobě” [Kateřina Šedá: I Like to Meet People Who Don't Think Only of Themselves], Metropolitan, September 2015, p. 3.

 

Matyášová, Judita: “Jak se Londýn přestěhoval na Moravu” [How London Moved to Moravia], Lidové noviny, 7 September 2015, p. 8.

 

Říhánková, Martina: “Moje práce? Někdy tak trochu jako prostituce,” Brněnský deník Rovnost, 6 September 2015, p. 6.

 

“Temže dotekla na Moravu” [The Thames Has Flowed into Moravia], Lidové noviny, 4 September 2015, p. 6.

 

Nevrklová, Jitka: “Bedřichovice nad Temží” [Bedřichovice upon Thames], Šlapanický zpravodaj, 4/ 2015, annex.

 

Krištofíková, Ivana: “Kateřina Šedá: Tržnica Bojart,” Vlna 2015, p. 94–99.

 

Monsaingeon, Guillaume: “Villisima! Des artistes et des villes,” 2015, p. 99.

 

Marek Hudec, Monika Grešová: “Ako sa najošumelejší trh v Bratislave premenil na pevnosť Boyard,” SME.sk, 29 May 2015.

 

Vavrouška, Petr: “Bratislavská tržnice se díky české umělkyni proměnila v pevnostBoyard”[Thanks to a Czech Artist, a Bratislava Market has Been Transformed into Boyard Fortress], rozhlas.cz, 23 May 2015.

 

Banásová, Adriana:“ Tržnica Bojárt: Podarí sa projektu zviditeľniť najznámejšiu tržnicu v meste?” [Tržnica Bojárt: Will This Project Manage to Draw Attention to the Most Famous Market in the City?], Bratislava.dnes 24.sk, 23 May 2015.

 

“Bojárt v Bratislavě. Lidé v Tržnici soutěží pod taktovkou Kateřiny Šedé” [Bojárt in Bratislava: People Performing at the Market under Kateřina Šedá’s Baton], Lidovky.cz, 22 May 2015.

 

Németh, Jana:“Ako dobre poznáte svojho krčmára a predavačku zeleniny?” [How Well Do You Know Your Inkeeper and Greengrocer?], Denník N, 22 May 2015.

 

Eva Andrejčáková: “Dnes ožijú obe veľké bratislavské tržnice” [Today Both Large Bratislava Markets Are Being Revived], SME.sk, 20 May 2015.

 

Németh, Jana: “Bratislavská tržnica sa premení na pevnosť Bojárt” [A Bratislava Market has Been Transformed into Boyard Fortress], Denník N, 14 May 2015.

 

Petrželková , Hedvika: “Mini kniha Kateřiny Šedé i Niklovo kouzlení. Prohlédněte si nejkrásnější knihy roku” [Kateřina Šedá’s Mini Book and Nikl’s Magic: Leaf through the Most Beautiful Books of the Year], Lidové noviny, 25 April 2015.

 

Šedá, Kateřina, “PRO ART projekt,” Artikl 4/2015, p. 2.

 

Matyášová, Judita: “Žili jsme si prostě normálně” [We Lived Normally, That’s All], Lidové noviny, 17 November 2014, p. 8.

 

Matyášová, Judita: “Vystavte se v londýnské Tate Modern” [Display Yourselves at Tate Modern], Lidové noviny, 14 November 2014, p. 14.

 

Slunéčková, Eva: “Šedá vystavuje normální život” [Šedá Puts Normal Life on Display], Hospodářské noviny, 6 November 2014, p. 16.

 

“Obrázky babičky Kateřiny Šedé zaplnily galerii” [Kateřina Šedá’s Grandmother’s Pictures Filled Gallery], Mladá Fronta Dnes Dnes, 21 October 2014, p. B2.

 

Koblenc, Václav: “Milá pravnučko, s dědou jsme žili dobře” [Dear Great-Granddaughter, Your Great-Grandfather and I Had a Good Life], Deník, 21 October 2014, p. 7.

 

Zezulová, Ema: “Nová náves v obci? Jako v Londýně” [New Village Square? Just like in London], Brněnský deník, 11 October 2014, p.5.

 

Řihánková, Martina: “Uprostřed moravské vesnice vyroste Londýn” [London Grows Up in the Middle of a Moravian Village], Brněnský deník, 8 July 2014, p.5.

 

Kateřina Šedá: “Od nevidím do nevidím” [From Morning till Night], In!, June 2014, pp. 4–5.

 

Trojan, Jan: “Bedřichovice žijí v galerii [Bedřichovice Lives in a Gallery],” Právo, Jížní Morava – Vysočina, 5 March 2014.

 

Matyášová, Judita: “Hraju podle vlastních pravidel [I Play By My Own Rules],” Lidové noviny, 27 February 2014, p.11.

 

“Moravská galerie ožívá pod taktovkou Kateřiny Šedé [The Moravian Gallery Comes Alive under Kateřina Šedá’s Baton],” lidovky.cz, 24 February 2014.

 

“Moravská galerie se změnila na kulturní dům v Bedřichovicích [The Moravian Gallery Has Been Transformed into a Cultural Center],” blesk.cz, 22 February 2014.

 

“Z Moravské galerie je kulturní dům, z Bedřichovických exponáty [The Moravian Gallery IsNow a Cultural Center with Bedřichovice Items on Display],” ceskatelevize.cz, 22 February 2014.

 

Ferencová, Yvona: “Zajímá mě pohled ze všech stran [I’m Interested in the View from All Sides],” A2, 29 January 2014, p.10.

 

Beková, Monika / Musilová, Jana: Umění ve veřejném prostoru – Serie řízených rozhovorů s teoretiky umění a umělci [Art in Public Spaces – A Series of Interviews with Art Theorists and Artists], “Kateřina Šedá: (ne)veřejný život [Kateřina Šedá: (Non)Public Life],” 2014, p. 60-80

 

Bartková ,Alena / Pivoňková, J. Barbora / Švadlenková, Zdenka: Umělec, vila a bazén [Artist, Villa and Pool] – “Omylem je utvrzování se o vlastní vyjímečnosti, místo hledání vyjímečnosti v těch okolo [It’s a Mistake to Rigidify in One’s Own Exceptionality Instead of Searching for Exceptionality in Those around You],” 2014, pp. 398–407.

 

Choi, Binna / Tanaka, Maiko (eds.) – Grand Domestic Revolution – Handbook,“There is Nothing There,” 2014, p. 233.

 

Kulaviaková, Dagmar: “Mladí umělci ze Zastávky vystavují v Lipsku [Young Artists from Zastávka Put On an Exhibition in Leipzig],” rosicko.cz, 1 November 2013.

 

Horká, Halka: “Děti zlákaly světovou výtvarnici. Teď oživují Zastávku [Children Won Over World-Famous Artist: Now they are Reviving Zastávka],” Mladá Fronta Dnes, 23 October 2013, p. B3.

 

Németh, Jana: “Toto može vymysliet iba umelec [Only an Artist Could Come Up with This],” Sme, 21 September 2013, pp. 6–7.

 

Taušová, Zuzana: “Bedřichovice lelkovaly [Bedřichovice Was Loitering],” Mladá Fronta Dnes, 4 September 2013, p.3.

 

“Londýn uprostřed Moravy. Šedá promění vesnici, přiveze i červenou telefonní budku [London in the Middle of Moravia: Šedá Transformas a Village, Brings a Red Telephone Box],” ihned.cz, 1 September 2013.

 

Atkinson, Debbie: “Participation and Affect,” Notes on Metamodernism.com, 2 July 2013.

 

Hoschlová, Julianna: “This is not a Taiwan Pavilion,” artycok.tv, 2 July 2013.

 

Vítvar, H. Jan: “I ty mužeš být umělcem [You Too Can Be an Artist],” Respekt, 53, 10 June 2013.

 

Pospiszyl, Tomáš: “Ambasadorka české kultury [Ambassador for Czech Culture],” Lidové noviny, 31 May 2013, p.8.

 

O’Donnell, Darren: “Kateřina Šedá,” The Believer, May 2013, pp.51–58.

 

“Odjel do Londýna aby se pořádně sblížil se sousedy [She Went to London to Get Close to Her Neighbors],” Brněnský deník, 15 April 2013, p.2.

 

Židková, Klára: “Jsem některým lidem podezřelá, říká umělkyně [Some People Are Suspicious of Me, Says Artist],” Brněnský deník, 15 April 2013.

 

Pribišová, Lýdia: “Kateřina Šedá: This Is Not a Czech Pavilion [Kateřina Šedá: This is Not a Czech Pavilion],” FlashArt, 2, 2013, pp. 20–23.

 

Polzer, Brita: “Das Dorf und die Fabrik – Zu Werk von Kateřina Šedá in Nošovice [The Village and the Factory: On the Work of Kateřina Šedá in Nošovice],” Kunst und Dorf, 2013, pp.118–132.

 

Navrátil, Ondřej: “Vyšívaným krojem proti automobilce [Against an Automobile Factory with Against an Automobile Factory with an Embroidered Folk Costume],” 5 October 2012, p. 8.

 

Hartman, Ivan: “Jmenuješ se Šedá [Your Name Is Šedá],” Hospodářské noviny, 24 September 2012, p. 10.

 

Lange, Christy: “What Matters Most,” Frieze, 149, September, 2012, pp.112–117.

 

Brandenburg, Ulrike: “Aktionen mit Menschen [Activities with People],” Wiesbadener Kurier, 29 June 2012, p. 16.

 

“Nejsilnější záznamové medium je sám člověk [The Strongest Recording Media Are People Themselves],” program 25. Bienále Brno, June 2012, p. 10.

 

O’Donnell, Darren: “Kateřina Šedá (Artist),” The Believer, May 2012.

 

“Kateřina Šedá – Ein blinder Fleck, aus dem eine Soziale Plastik wird [Kateřina Šedá: A Blind Spot That Gives Rise to Social Sculpture],” Kunstbulletin 4/2012, March, p. 4-10.

 

“Konzeptkunst als Gruppentherapie: Intervention von Katerina Šedá [Conceptual Art as Group Therapy: An Intervention by Katerina Šedá],” Magazine for Conteporary Culture, 25 April 2012.

 

Plüss, Mathias: “Fragebögen für Grossmütter [Questionnaire for Grandmother],” Das Magazine, Blog, 25 April 2012.

 

Walther, Rudolf: “Vom Morgen bis in die Nacht [From Morning Till Night],” TAZ.Die Tageszeitung, 24 April 2012.

 

Ziegler, Yvonne: “Die Mediziner-Kunstkolumne [The Medicinal Art Column],” Praxis, 23 April 2012.

 

Wagner, Stefan: “Geteckte Tische, depressiver Hund [Set Tables, Depressive Dog],” Basler Zeitung, 18 April 2012, pp.6–7.

 

Krebs, Edith: “Anleitung zu eienem besseren Leben [Guide to a Better Life],” WOZ Die Wochenzeitung, 3 April 2012, pp. 3–4.

 

Fullin, Tamara: “Eine Demonstration der sozialen Verantwortung [A Demonstration of Social Responsibility],” Artensuite, April 1 2012, pp. 5–8.

 

Schütte, Christoph: “Kateřina Šedá ...löffelt die Suppe nicht allein aus [Kateřina Šedá…Doesn’t Spoon Up Her Soup Alone],” Art kaleidoscope, April/May 2012, p. 9.

 

Čechlovská, Magdalena: “Nošovický kruh [Nošovice Circle],” Hospodářské noviny, 30 March 2012, p. 13.

 

“Kunstmuseum Luzern / Katerina Seda,” art-tv.ch, 10 March 2012.

 

Bugmann, Urs: “Fremde Kunst auf heimischen Tischen [Foreign Art on Domestic Tables],” Zentralschweiz am Sonntag, 3 March 2012, pp. 2–3.

 

Oehen Berta: “Die Wirklichkeit nach der Wende [Reality after the Turn],” Willisauer Bote, 3 March, 2012, p. 8-9

 

Garutti, Francesco: “Kateřina Šedá Solo Show,” Arbitare, 2 March 2012.

 

Milan Chlumsky: “It Doesn’t Matter – Je to jedno,” Kunst:art, 1 March 2012.

 

“Bevölkerung hilft Museum [The People Help Museum],” Blick am Abend, 13 February 2012, p. 10.

 

Thompson, Nato (ed.): “Kateřina Šedá – There Is Nothing There,” Living as Form, 2012, p. 217.

 

“Češi roku 2011 [Czechs of the Year 2011],” Mladá Fronta Dnes, 31 December 2011, pp. 1, 8–9.

 

“Češi roku 2011 [Czechs of the Year 2011],” Mladá Fronta Dnes, Víkend Magazine, 31 December 2011, pp. 1, 4–11.

 

Hartman, Ivan: “Kateřina Šedá mě zaujala když na hroby rozestlala postel [Kateřina Šedá Impressed Me by Making a Bed on a Grave],” Hospodářské noviny, 3 November 2011, p. 10.

 

Stange, Raimar: “Katerina Šedá,” Artist kunstmagazine, n.88 August/October 2011, pp.16–21.

 

“Come e perché organizzare una mass-action. Due progetti recenti di Katerina Šedá [How and Why to Organize a Mass-Action: Two Recent Projects by Katerina Šedá],” Arte e critica, 68, 9-11, 2011.

 

Švábová, Šárka: “Bedřichovický pupek světa [Bedřichovice: Navel of the World],” Reflex, 8 September 2011, p. 88.

 

Čechlovská, Magdalena: “Kateřina Šedá v Tate [Kateřina Šedá at the Tate],” Hospodářské noviny, 2 September 2011, p. 11.

 

Zálešák, Jan: “Kateřina Šedá, Nic tam není [Kateřina Šedá: There’s Nothing There],” Umění spolupráce [The Art of Collaboration], 2011, pp. 217–238.

 

Černá Kateřina: “Neposlušné národy [Disobedient Nations],” Art & Antiques, 7–8 2011, p. 46–51.

 

“Líšeňský profil Kateřiny Šedé jde do finále [Kateřina Šedá’s Profile of Líšeň Goes into Final Stretch],” proculture.cz, 27 April 2011.

 

“Review: Líšeň Profile, Katerina Seda,” creativetimes.co.uk, 8 March 2011.

 

Megyeši, Peter: “Jej akcie, zjavenia a premeny [Her Activities, Revelations and Transformations],” Profil, 2/11, 2011, pp.16–50.

 

Choi, Binna / Wieder, Axel (eds.): “From Morning till Night,” “Generous: Structures,” Casco Issues XII, 2011, pp.19–35.

 

Garutti, Francesco: “Acting as a Director: Katerina Seda,” domusweb.it, 16 January 2011.

 

Herbert, Martin: “Katerina Seda,” ArtForumFindArticles.com, 13 October 2010.

 

Kubíčková, Klára: “Tisíc výtvarníků hledá nos jako věž [A Thousand Artists Looking for a Nose like a Tower],” Magazín Víkend DNES, 26 June 2010, p. 35.

 

Tučková, Kateřina: “Zaklínadla, jimiž se uzamyká svět [Spells to Lock Up the World],” Právo, 6 May 2010, p. 6.

 

Skřivánek, Jan: “Umění pro všechny [Art for Everybody],” Art & Antiques, 05/2010, pp. 28–35.

 

Dirié, Clément: “Folies sur papier [Follies on Paper],” Roven 3/2010, pp. 48–49.

 

Decemvirale, John Vincent / Lotz, Antonia / Smith, Eve (eds.), “Kateřina Šedá,” Solo Show 2010, pp. 198–199.

 

Deschka-Hoeck, Katharina: “Kleine Dinge ändern sich [Small Things Change],” faz.net, 9 September 2009.

 

Kubíčková, Klára: “Jak česká umělkyně našla ducha německé vesnice [How a Czech Artist Found a Spirit in a German Village],” Mladá fronta DNES, 22 August 2009, p. 16.

 

Uwe Salzbrenner: “Der stille Geist von Uhyst [The Quiet Spirit of Uhyst],” Sächsiche Zeitung, August 15–16 2009, p. 12.

 

Bystrovová, Marta: “Dvacetkrát Ty Vole [Twenty Times Holy Shit],” Lidové noviny, 1 August 2009, pp.11–12. 

 

Kateřina Šedá: Diaries of a Young Artist, published by Art on Paper and Darte Publishing, New York, 2009.

 

Blake, Gopnik: “Younger Than Jesus: Made by Generation Why,” The Washington Post, 17 May 2009, p. E4.

 

Čechlovská, Magdaléna: “To kupte! [Buy It!],” Magazín Víkend, Hospodářské noviny, 24 April 2009, pp. 16–22.

 

Čechlovská, Magdalena: “Šedá vystaví ‘praštěné’ umění v Tate Modern [Šedá Displays ‘Wacky’ Art at Tate Modern],” ihned.cz, 23 April 2009.

 

Císař, Karel: “Život je jinde [Life is Elsewhere],” Flash Art No. 10, November 2008 – February 2009, pp. 36–39.

 

Maximová, Anna: “Art For Life (Art Can Be Found in Anyone and Anything),” Time at Work, CECAC (European Course for Contemporary Art Curators), 2009, pp. 55–59.

 

Bucco, Valentina: “Kateřina Šedá,” Temporale 2009 / 68–69, pp. 32–45.

 

Šedá, Kateřina: “Diaries of a Young Artist,” Art On Paper, 12/2008, pp. 58–59.

 

Herbert, Martin: “Kateřina Šedá (Openings),” Artforum, November 2008.

 

Hejdová, Irena: “Ráda všechny vyzvu: Zkuset si to! [I’d Like to Challenge You All: Try It!],” Aktuálně.cz, 24 November 2008.

 

Š., Josef: “Kateřina Šedá /furt dokola, obraz klíčové cesty aneb jak projít zdí [Kateřina Šedá / Over and Over, Picture of a Key Path or How to Go through a Wall],” Fotograf, 11/2008, pp. 36–41.

 

Sofia Hernández: Kateřina Šedá, Modern Painters, October 2008 (pp.64–66).

 

Kovářová, Danica: “CZ Umělci V. [CZ Artists V],” Dolce Vita, 9/2008, pp. 38–39.

 

Kubica, Petr: “Paniččino všecko [Lady’s Everything],” 12th Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival, 2008, p. 66.

 

Hlaváčková, Petra: “O líšeňských plotech a umění v Berlíně [On Líšeň’s Fences and Art in Berlin],” Rovnost, 14 August 2008.

 

Šedá, Kateřina: “Furt Dokola [Over and Over],” Host, 7/2008.

 

Volf, Petr: “Přesně [Precisely],” Reflex, 28 June 2008, pp. 20–22.

 

“Berlin Biennial 5: When Things Cast No Shadow,” Modern Painters, 06/08, 2008.

 

Čechlovská Magdalena: “Jaký má smysl zdolat sousedův plot [What Does It Mean to Surmount the Neighbor’s Fence],” Hospodářské Noviny, 16 April 2008, p. 9.

 

Vitvar, JH: “Copak, sousede? [How Now, Then, Neighbor?], Respekt, 14–20 April 2008, pp.46–47.

 

Tim Sommer: “Das Treffen der Generationen [A Meeting of Generations],” Art no. 4, April 2008, p. 22.

 

Scheid, Torsten: “Von Häusern und Hemden [On Houses and Shirts],” Kunst, 3/2008, pp. 44–45.

 

Buláková, Martina: “Kateřina Šedá ukazuje lidi sobě navzájem [Kateřina Šedá Shows People to One Another],” Mladá Fronta Dnes, 15 March 2008.

 

Šedá, Kateřina: “Jak to vidí Kateřina Šedá [How Kateřina Šedá Sees It],” Česká oční optika, 2/2008, p. 24–25.

 

Walker, Hamza: “Katerina Seda: It Doesn't Matter,” www.renaissancesociety.org, January 2008.

 

Borůvková, Vendula: “Uvidět normálnost…jinak [To See Normalcy…Differently],” Metropolis, November 2007.

 

Marc Lenot: “Kateřina Šedá, ou l’artiste en coulisses [Kateřina Šedá, or the Artist Backstage], Le Monde.fr, France, 9/ 2007.

 

Chuchma, Josef: “Výstavní potíž s dobrým nápadem Kateřiny Šedé [Exhibition Trouble with a Good Idea by Kateřina Šedá],” idnes.cz, 1 September 2007.

 

Kubíčková, Klára: “Výtvarnice oblékla Líšeň do nových košil [Visual Artist Dressed Líšeň Up in New Shirts], Mladá Fronta Dnes, 25 July 2007, p.4

 

Vitvar, Jan H.: “Cesta do mekky umění [Journey to the Mecca of Art],” Respekt July 2007, p. 17.

 

Bartošová, Kateřina: “V New Yorku je všechno možné [In New York Anything Is Possible],” Lidové noviny, 11 July 2007, p. 17.

 

Pižlová, Johana: “Sídlištím chybí společný příběh [Housing Developments Lack a Shared Story],” Rovnost, 29 June 2007, p. 2.

 

Kubíčková, Klára: “Košile, ve které můžete tančit [A Shirt You Can Dance In],” Mladá Fronta Dnes, 27 June 2007.

 

Anna Willkomm: “Unerträglich Alltäglich [Unbearable Every Day],” Artnet Magazin, May 2007.

 

Lange, Christy: “What Matters Most,” Frieze, May 2007, pp. 112–117.

 

Lange, Christy: “Kateřina Šedá,” Frieze Issue 107, May 2007.

 

“Grandmother,” Art on Paper, 5/2007, p. 11.

 

Astrid Maniai [Plan for a Cure],” Artnet Magazin, February 2007.

 

Tomáš Pospiszyl: “To Nie Jest Zabawa [It’s No Fun],” Krytyka Polityczna, 13/2007.

 

Císař, Karel: “Life Is Elsewhere,” Index, Sweden, 2007.

 

Church, Amanda: “Art Therapy: Talking with Czech Artist Katerina Seda About Her,” 2007.

 

Císař, Karel: “Kateřina Šedá,” Tema Celeste 119/ 2007, pp. 60–63.

 

Karies Susanne: “There’s Nothing in Ponětovice!” Hidden Europe, 9/2006, pp. 32–34.

 

Fišer, Marcel: “Person of the Year 2005,” Pars Pro Toto, 8/2006, pp. 3–11.

 

Stress, Lucy: “Local Stories: Katerina Seda,” Art Monthly, April 2006, pp. 22–23.

 

Pelouchová, Jana: “Lokální příběhy [Local Stories],” Art & Antiques, 3/2006, p.104.

 

Prodělal, Jiří: “Zůstat sám sebou [Staying Yourself],” Líšeňské noviny, 3/2006, pp. 8–11.

 

Řehořík, Pavel: “Nakreslete, jak doma zlobíte [Draw How You Misbehave at Home],” Rozrazil, 2/2006, pp. 14–22.

 

Uhlířová, Markéta: “Nothing: An Interview with Kateřina Šedá,” Umělec, 1/2006, pp. 66–70.

 

Váša, Ondřej: “Spektákl se zavřenýma očima [A Spectacle with Closed Eyes],” Ateliér, 1/2006, p. 16.

 

Třešňák, Petr: “Mysleli si, že su švihlá [They Thought I was Nuts],” Respekt, 21–27 November 2005, p. 22.

 

Rogers, Mimi Fronczak: “Sweet Sixteen,” The Prague Post, 23–29 November 2005, p. A6.

 

Petráková, Sylvie: “Pracuji s tím, co mám po ruce [I Work with What I Have at Hand], Lidové noviny, 24 November 2005, p. 19.

 

Vitvar, Jan H.: “Poctivý maják Kateřiny Šedé [The Honest Lighthouse of Kateřina Šedá],” Nedělní svět, 13 November 2005, p. 12.

 

Zajíčková, Eva: “V New Yorku máte pocit, že dokážete všechno [In New York You Get the Feeling You Can Do Anything],” Právo, 12 November 2005, p. 8.

 

Čechovská, Magdalena: “Umělkyně, která vystavuje nápady [An Artist Who Exhibits Ideas],” Hospodářské noviny, 11 November 2005, p. 12.

 

Petráková, Sylvie: “Chalupeckého cena pro Šedou [Chalupecký Award Goes to Šedá],” Lidové noviny, 11 November 2005, p. 18.

 

Petráková Sylvie: “Silná šestka v Chalupeckého ceně [The Strong Six at the Chalupecký Award],” Lidové noviny, 3 November 2005, p. 20.

 

Klusáková, Jana: “Normální věci Kateřiny Šedé [Kateřina Šedá’s Normal Things],” Revue Labyrint, 17–18/2005, pp. 86–95.

 

Fuxová Dagmar: “Nic tam není aneb Příběh o tom, co se stane, když zmnožíme a naprogramujeme vlastní všednodennost [There’s Nothing There, or the Story of What Happens When We Multiply and Map Out Our Own Everyday Life],” Výtvarná výchova, 3–4/2005, pp. 39–41.

 

Fuxová, Dagmar: “Nic tam není aneb Příběh o tom, co se stane, když zmnožíme a naprogramujeme vlastní všednodennost [There’s Nothing There or What Happens When We Multiply and Map out Our Own Everyday Life],” Výtvarná výchova, 3–4/2005, pp. 39–41.

 

Prodělal, Jiří: “Prestižní Chalupeckého cenu získala Kateřina Šedá [Prestigious Chalupecký Award Goes to Kateřina Šedá],” Líšeňské noviny, 12/2005, p. 11.

 

Kadlec, Vratislav: “Když zmizí věta [When a Sentence Disappears],” Student, 6/2005, pp. 97–99.

 

Pospiszyl, Tomáš: “Co není jedno [What Does Matter],” Týden, 47/2005, p. 83.

 

Volf, Petr: “Kateřina Šedá,” Reflex, 46/2005, p. 53.

 

Tučková, Kateřina: “Volno mě nutí k intenzívní práci [Free Time Drives Me to Work Hard],” Literární noviny, 49/2005, p. 15.

 

Zálešák, Jan: “Start Point + Pavel Ryška + Artfest.cz,” Ateliér, 19/2005, p. 16.

 

Fišer, Marcel: “Start Point Prize 2005,” Pars Pro Toto, 7/2005, pp. 23–30.

 

Vitvar, Jan H.: “Dárek od štědrého strýčka [A Gift from a Generous Uncle],” Nedělní svět, 29 May 2005, p. 13.

 

Čechlovská, Magdalena: “Nonkonformní výtvarnice objevuje neviditelné [A Non-Conforming Artist Discovers the Invisible],” Hospodářské noviny, 7 September 2004, p. 9.

 

Kubica, Petr: “Kateřina Šedá,” MFDF catalogue, Jihlava 2004, p. 297.

 

Janás, Robert: “Dům umění: Váš specialista pro hluboký zážitek krásy [The House of Art: Your Specialist for a Profound Experience of Beauty],” Ateliér, 5/2004, p. 1.

 

Lindaurová, Lenka : “Umění na venkově [Art in Villages],” Art & Antiques, 4/2002, p. 95.

 

Lindaurová, Lenka: “Kateřina Šedá,” Umělec, 7/1999, pp. 26–27.

 

 

Personal texts not included in database

2009

Der Geist von Uhyst/ The Spirit of Uhyst, published by Kateřina Šedá and Franco Soffinatino Gallery, Italy

Je to jedno 2005 – 2007 (It Doesn’t Matter 2005 – 2007), published by Kateřina Šedá

 

2006

Je to jedno (It Doesn’t Matter), published by Kateřina Šedá, Brno

Nic tam není (There’s Nothing There), published by Kateřina Šedá, Brno

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