BIOGRAPHY
Recognised as one of the leading representatives of a new generation of artists working with digital technologies to create hyper-real, highly charged landscapes, Kelly Richardson has been widely acclaimed in North America, Asia and Europe. Recent one person exhibitions include Dundee Contemporary ArtsSMoCA, CAG Vancouver, VOID Derry,  Naturhistorisches Museum Wien and a major survey at the Albright-Knox. Her work was selected for the Beijing, Busan, Canadian, Gwangju and  Montréal biennales, and major moving image exhibitions including the The Cinema Effect: Illusion, Reality and the Moving Image at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden (Washington, USA) and Caixaforum (Barcelona, Spain), Videosphere: A New Generation at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery (Buffalo, USA) and Visions Fugitives at Le Fresnoy (Tourcoing, France). Her video installations have been included in the Toronto International Film Festival as part of Future Projections (2012), Sundance Film Festival in New Frontier (2011 and 2009) and in 2009, she was honoured as the featured artist at the Americans for the Arts National Arts Awards. Richardson’s work has been acquired into significant museum collections across the UK, USA and Canada, from the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, SMoCA and Albright-Knox Art Gallery to the National Gallery of Canada, Art Gallery of Ontario, Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, Arts Council Collection (England) and the Towner.

Kelly Richardson was born in Burlington, Ontario, Canada in 1972. Having studied fine and media arts, she received her undergraduate degree from the Ontario College of Art & Design (Canada) and her masters degree from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (Canada) and Newcastle University (UK). From 2003-2017 she resided in north east England where she was a Lecturer in Fine Arts at Newcastle University. She currently lives and works on Vancouver Island (Canada) where she is Associate Professor in Visual Arts at the University of Victoria.

GALLERY REPRESENTATION
Birch Contemporary, Toronto, Canada

WORKS AVAILABLE
Edel Assanti, London, England

EDUCATION
Newcastle University – MFA with distinction
Nova Scotia College of Art and Design – MFA, Media Arts program
Ontario College of Art and Design – AOCAD with honours
Sheridan College – Art Fundamentals Intensive Program – Diploma

SOLO EXHIBITIONS (* indicates publication)
2018  Southampton City Art Gallery, Pillars of Dawn, Southampton, UK
2017  Dundee Contemporary Arts, Kelly Richardson: The Weather MakersDundee, Scotland
2017  Musée d’art de Joliette, Kelly Richardson: Orion Tide, Joliette, Canada
2017  Mois Multi – Festival international d’arts multidisciplinaires et électroniquesMois Multi 2017, VU Photo, Quebec, Canada
2015  SMoCA, Kelly Richardson: Tales on the Horizon, curated by Emily Stamey, Arizona, USA
2015  MSAC, Kelly Richardson: Terrene, curated by Scott McGovern, Guelph, Canada *
2014  Contemporary Art Gallery Vancouver, Kelly Richardson: Legion, curated by Nigel Prince, Vancouver, Canada *
2014  Laing Art Gallery, Mariner 9, Newcastle, England
2014  VOID, Haunted, curated by Gregory Mccartney, Derry, Ireland
2014  Screen Space, Kelly Richardson, Melbourne, Australia
2014  MCAC, Haunted, curated by Gregory Mccartney, Portadown, Ireland
2013  Natural History Museum Vienna, Mariner 9, Vienna, Austria
2013  Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Kelly Richardson: Legion, curated by Holly Hughes, Buffalo, USA *
2013  Towner, Kelly Richardson: Legion, Eastbourne, UK *
2013  Edel Assanti, Kelly Richardson: The Erudition, London, UK
2013  Birch Libralato, Kelly Richardson: Orion Tide, Toronto, Canada
2013  UWAGThis Island Earth, curated by Ivan Jurakic, Waterloo, Canada
2012  Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Kelly Richardson: Legion, curated by Alistair Robinson, Sunderland, UK *
2012  Toronto International Film Festival, Future Projections: Mariner 9, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada
2012  Spanish City Dome, Mariner 9, presented by Tyneside Cinema, Whitley Bay, UK *
2012  Grundy Art Gallery, Kelly Richardson: Legion, Blackpool, UK *
2012  NGC, Kelly Richardson: Orion Tide, Sunderland, UK
2011  Artpace, Leviathan, curated by Heather Pesanti, San Antonio, Texas, USA *
2011  SAAG, The Erudition, curated by Ryan Doherty, Lethbridge, Alberta *
2011  Yukon Art Centre, Kelly Richardson: Twilight Avenger, curated by Earl Miller, Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada
2010  Birch LibralatoThe Erudition, Toronto, Canada
2010  Diverseworks / Aurora Picture Show, Fotofest 2010 Biennial: Twilight Avenger, Houston, Texas, USA
2009  Musée d’art contemporain de MontréalKelly Richardson, Montréal, Quebec, Canada
2009  ScreeningKelly Richardson: Twilight Avenger, Philadelphia, USA
2009  Film Fleadh / Gallery 126Kelly Richardson: Twilight Avenger, Galway, Ireland
2008  Pace Digital GalleryMark Napier and Kelly Richardson, curated by Jillian Macdonald, New York, NY, USA
2008  Birch LibralatoTwilight Avenger, Toronto, Canada
2008  HALLWALLS, The Edge of Everything, curated by John Massier, Buffalo, USA *
2008  KW|AG, Forest Park, curated by Crystal Mowry, Kitchener, Canada *
2007  ArticuleLe Mois de la Photo à Montréal 2007:Replaying Narrative, curated by Marie Fraser, Montreal, Canada *
2006  Birch LibralatoExiles of the Shattered Star, Toronto, Canada
2004  Art Gallery of Nova ScotiaPhotopolis Photo Biennial: Future Perfect, curated by Bob Bean, Halifax, Canada *
2004  CornerhouseBigger Picture: howthedevil, Manchester, UK
2002  Robert Birch Gallery, Toronto, Canada [2 person] 2002  Hamilton Artist’s Inc., Intersections, Hamilton, Canada [2 person] 2001  Floating GalleryPicture This, Winnipeg, Canada
2000  Mercer Union Center for Contemporary ArtKelly Richardson, Toronto, Canada *
2000  Platform Gallery, Jello, Melbourne, Australia
2000  Red Head Gallery ShowcaseBirdhouse, curated by Jenifer Papararo, Toronto, Canada
1999  .in/attendant. GalleryMimic, Toronto, Canada

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2017  Art Gallery of Alberta, Turbulent Landings: The NGC 2017 Canadian Biennial,  Alberta, Canada
2017  Hubei Museum of Art, Stress Field,  Hubei, China
2017  NEoN (North East of North), Media Archeology,  Dundee, Scotland
2017  Towner Art GalleryNow, Today, Tomorrow and Always, Eastbourne, UK
2017  Bonavista Biennale, Art encounters on the edge,  Newfoundland, Canada
2017  The Power Plant, Stereo Vision, Toronto, Canada
2017  Albright-Knox Art GalleryMenagerie: Animals on View, Buffalo, New York, USA
2017  Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, The Kindness of Strangers: Recent Acquisitions and Conservation Projects, USA
2017  Musée Atger, A Scientific Encounter, Montpellier University, Montpellier, France
2017  First Canadian Place, Mind the Gap, Offsite exhibition with Birch Contemporary, Toronto, Canada
2017  Birch Contemporary, 27.5, Toronto, Canada
2016  Success Gallery, INANITION, Fremantle, Australia
2016  Musée régional de Rimouski, Lumens, Quebec, Canada
2015  Actual Contemporary, Age of Catastrophe, Winnipeg, Canada
2014  National Gallery of Canada, Canadian Biennial 2014: Shine a Light, Ottawa, Canada
2014  Musée d’art Contemporain, Biennale de Montréal: L’avenir (looking forward), Montréal, Canada
2013  Museum London, Storytelling, curated by Cassandra Getty, London, Canada
2013  Berwick International Film and Media Festival, The Last Frontier, Berwick, UK
2013  Museum London, Imaging Disaster, curated by Cassandra Getty and Adam Lauder, London, Canada
2013  Nuit Blanche, Romancing the Anthropocene, curated by Crystal Mowry and Ivan Jurakic,Toronto, Canada
2012  TULCA 2012What became of the people we used to be?, curated by Greg McCartney, Galway, Ireland
2012  Le Fresnoy, Visions Fugitives, curated by Pascale Pronnier and Marie-Therese Champesme, Tourcoing, France
2012  Kulturhuset Stockholm, Supertemporal, curated by Paul Young and Estelle af Malmborg, Stockholm, Sweden
2012  Palais de Tokyo | FIAC, Arte Video Night, curated by Dominique Goutard and Jean-Luc Monterosso , Paris, France
2012  Edel Assanti, Immortal Nature, curated by Gordon Cheung, London, UK
2012  The Rooms, New Romantics, curated by Bruce Johnson, Newfoundland, Canada
2011  Albright-Knox Art GalleryVideosphere: A New Generation, curated by Holly Hughes, Buffalo, New York, USA
2011  CaixaForumThe Cinema Effect: Illusion, Reality and the Moving Image – Dreams, organised by the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, curated by Kerry Brougher and Kelly Gordon, Barcelona, Spain *
2011  Young ProjectsThe Savage Transparence, curated by Paul Young, Los Angeles, California, USA
2011  Nuit BlancheThe Erudition, curated by Farah Yusuf for OCAD, Toronto, Canada
2010  White BoxTHE WASTE LAND, curated by Raul Zamudio, New York, New York , USA
2010  SAW GalleryArt Star 4 Video Art Biennial, Ottawa, Canada
2010  Art Gallery of Nova ScotiaThe Last Frontier, curated by Sarah Fillmore, Halifax, NS, Canada
2010  Art Gallery of OntarioSculpture on Time: Major works. New Acquisitions, Toronto, Canada
2010  Islip Art Museum, Site Specifics ’10, curated by Karen Shaw, Long Island, New York, USA
2010  Birch LibralatoEssential Works Show V 1989-2009, Toronto, Canada
2009  Sundance Film FestivalNew Frontier on Main, curated by Shari Frilot, Utah, USA
2009  Beijing 798 BiennaleConstellations, curated by Raul Zamudio, Beijing, China
2009  Art Gallery of Nova ScotiaForces of Nature, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
2009  Confederation Centre of the ArtsOther Worlds, curated by Ihor Holubizsky, P.E.I, Canada
2009  Cambridge GalleriesSobey Art Award: Ontario Shortlist, curated by Ivan Jurakic, Canada
2009  Ed VideoYear of Darwin, curated by Scott McGovern, Guelph, Canada
2009  Blackwood Gallery, Nuit Blanche: Drop Out, curated by Christof Migone, Toronto, Canada
2008  Busan BiennaleExpenditure, South Korea
2008  Kulturzentrum K4Out of Darkness, curated by Paul Rooney, Nurnberg, Germany
2008  Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, The Cinema Effect: Illusion, Reality and the Moving Image – Part 1: Dreams,
curated by Kerry Brougher and Kelly Gordon, Washington, USA
2007  Berwick Film and Media FestivalFilm on Film, curated by Iain Pate and Rebecca Shatwell, Berwick, UK
2006  Tank TVVideo Calendar, curated by Laure Prouvost, tank.tv
2006  Castlefield GalleryBeta Test: Purescreens 16, curated by Sophia Crilly, Manchester, UK
2006  The NunneryVisions at the Nunnery, London, UK
2005  Northern Gallery for Contemporary ArtThinking the Unthinkable – or – Against Nature, curated by Alistair Robinson, UK
2005  Berwick Film Festival and Media FestivalCrossing Borders, curated by Marcus Coates, Berwick, UK
2005  MSVU Art GalleryFree Sample, curated by Kelly Mark, Halifax, Nova Scotia
2004  Gwangju BiennaleA grain of dust, a drop of water, curated by Yongwoo Lee, Kerry Brougher and
Milena Kalinovska (for the Americas), Gwangju, South Korea
2004  An Tuireann Arts CentreDRIFT, curated by Iliyana Nedkova, initiated by New Media Scotland, Isle of Skye, Scotland
2004  The Museum of Voivodina , DRIFT, curated by Iliyana Nedkova, initiated by New Media Scotland, Isle of Skye, Scotland
2004  SESC Vila MarianaImagens que voce jamais verá na TV, Sao Paulo, Brazil
2004  Stills Gallery / Edinburgh Film FestivalDRIFT, curated by Iliyana Nedkova, Edinburgh, Scotland
2004  Chaingmai University Art MuseumSwitch Media Festival “Supernatural”, Bangkok, Thailand
2004  Robert Birch GalleryWorts: Another Dimension, Toronto, Canada
2003  Anna Leonowens Gallery, Halifax, Canada
2003  Art Gallery of OntarioProvisional Worlds, curated by Jessica Bradley, Toronto, Canada
2003  Islip Art MuseumAccumulations, Long Island, curated by Karen Shaw, New York, USA
2003  Pompidou CentrePolyphonix 40, Paris, France
2001  Art Gallery of OntarioVideo Primer,curated by Michelle Jacques, Toronto, Canada
2001  Huashan Art DistrictOrange Marble, curated by Manray Hsu, Taipei, Taiwan
2000  Smack MellonWhite Hot, curated by Regine Basha and Moukhtar Kocach, Brooklyn, New York
2000  Galerie SKOLCompanie,curated by Sally McKay & Daniel Olson, Montreal, Quebec
1999  HALLWALLSPhenotypology,curated by Maureen McQuillan, Buffalo, New York
1999  Robert Birch Galleryhere,curated by Michelle Jacques, Toronto, Canada
1999  Cold City GalleryVideo Survey, curated by Pamela Meredith, Toronto, Canada
1999  YYZ Artists’ OutletXXYYZ, Toronto, Canada
1999  Koffler Center for the Arts, Loggia Gallery, Edge of Everything, curated by John Massier, North York, Canada
1999  Cold City GalleryInvitational, Toronto, Canada

PUBLIC AND CORPORATE COLLECTIONS
Albright-Knox Art Gallery (USA)
Art Gallery of Nova Scotia (Canada)
Art Gallery of Ontario (Canada)
Arts Council Collection (UK)
BMO Canada
Connor, Clark and Lunn (Canada)
Govern Capital (Canada)
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden (USA)
Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal (Canada)
National Gallery of Canada
RBC (Canada)
SMoCA (USA)
The Collection: NGCA (UK)
The Collection: Tyneside Cinema (UK)
Towner (UK)

HONOURS, AWARDS, RESIDENCIES
2017  Arts Council England Project Award
2017  Canada Council for the Arts Project Award
2017  Film London Jarman Award, nominated
2016  NICAP (Newcastle Institute for Creative Arts Practice) Award
2016  Film London Jarman Award, nominated
2015  Film London Jarman Award, nominated
2015  Canada Council for the Arts Project Award
2014  Arts Council England Project Award
2014  Film London Jarman Award, nominated
2013  Canada Council for the Arts, Long-term Grant
2012  Tyneside Cinema Artist Commission, Newcastle, UK
2012  Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art Commission
2012  Journal Culture Award ‘Best Event Sunderland’ Winner, England
2012  Journal Culture Award ‘Visual Artist of the Year’ Finalist, England
2012  Arts Council England Project Award
2012  VARC Visual Art Award
2012  Canada Council for the Arts Long-term grant
2011  Journal Culture Award ‘Visual Artist of the Year’ Finalist, England
2011  Northern Art Prize Long List, England
2011  Artpace International Artist in Residence selected by curator Heather Pesanti (Albright-Knox), San Antonio, Texas
2011  Tyneside Cinema Artist in Residence, Newcastle, UK
2009  Americans for the Arts National Art Awards Featured Artist, USA
2009  Sobey Art Award Long List, Canada
2009  Southern Alberta Art Gallery Gushul Artist in Residence program, Alberta
2009  Arts Council England Project Award
2009  Canada Council for the Arts Travel Grant
2008  Sobey Art Award Long List, Canada
2008  ISIS Arts Artist in Residence program, Newcastle, UK
2007  Canada Council for the Arts Travel Grant
2006 – 2007  /sLab, International Artist in Residence program, Sunderland, UK
2005  Canada Council for the Arts Production Grant
2005  Canada Council for the Arts Travel Grant
2004  Arts Council England Project Award
2002  Nova Scotia College of Art and Design MFA entry scholarship
2002  Canada Council for the Arts Travel Grant
2001  Ontario Arts Council Project Grant
2000  Canada Council for the Arts Travel Grant
2000  Ontario Arts Council Project Grants
2000  Ontario Arts Council Exhibition Assistance Grant
1999  Ontario Arts Council Exhibition Assistance Grant

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS (orange text links to related articles)
Kennedy, Madeleine, essay for solo publication Kelly Richardson: Pillars of Dawn, published by Art Editions North, 2017 (upcoming)
Robinson, Alistair, essay for solo publication Kelly Richardson: Pillars of Dawn, published by Art Editions North, 2017 (upcoming)
Stamey, Emily, essay for solo publication Kelly Richardson: Pillars of Dawn, published by Art Editions North, 2017 (upcoming)
Victor, Carmen, essay for solo publication Kelly Richardson: Pillars of Dawn, published by Art Editions North, 2017 (upcoming)
McQuiston, Liz, “Visual Impact: Creative Dissent in the 21st Century“, published by Phaidon, London, 2015
Prince, Nigel, “Kelly Richardson: Legion“, exhibition text for Contemporary Art Gallery Vancouver, 2014
Jurakic, Ivan, “This Island Earth“, essay for solo exhibition featuring Mariner 9, Orion Tide and The Last Frontier at UWAG, 2013
Grachos, Louis, Introduction for solo publication Kelly Richardson: The Last Frontier, co-published by Art Editions North and SAAG, 2013
Hughes, Holly, “Out of the Darkness and into the Sublime”, essay for solo publication Kelly Richardson: The Last Frontier, co-published by Art Editions North and SAAG, 2013
Robinson, Alistair, “Kelly Richardson: Future Anterior, essay for solo publication Kelly Richardson: The Last Frontier, co-published by Art Editions North and SAAG, 2013
Gordon, Kelly, “Scale, Time, Timing, Continuum and Immersion: Discussions with Kelly Richardson” essay for solo publication Kelly Richardson: The Last Frontier, co-published by Art Editions North and SAAG, 2013
Hughes, Holly, brochure for “Videosphere: A New Generation” at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, July 1-October , 2011
Pesanti, Heather, essay for “Leviathan” at Artpace San Antonio, March 2011
St-Laurent, Stefan, catalogue essay for “Art Star 4 Video Art Biennial“, Ottawa, Canada, October 29-November 6, 2010
Zamudio, Raul, catalogue text for “Beijing 798 Biennale”, Beijing, China, August 10 – September 28, 2009
Jun, Seung-Bo, catalogue essay for “Busan Biennale 2008”, Busan, South Korea, Sept 6 – Nov 15, 2008
Gordon, Kelly and Kerry Brougher, catalogue essay for “The Cinema Effect: Illusion, Reality and the Moving Image”, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Feb. 14 – May 14, 2008
Massier, John, catalogue essay for “The Edge of Everything” (featured in the Forest Park catalogue and The Edge of Everything exhibition brochure). January 11 – March 23, 2008
Mowry, Crystal, catalogue interview for “Forest Park” at the KW|AG, Kitchener, Canada, January 11 – March 23, 2008
Fraser, Marie , catalogue essay for “Replaying Narrative, Le Mois de la Photo a Montreal”, Montreal, Quebec, Sept – Oct, 2007
Corsano, Otino, catalogue interview for “Free Sample” at the MSVU Art Gallery, Halifax, Canada, March – April, 2005
Robinson, Alistair, brochure essay for “Thinking the Unthinkable” at the Northern Gallery of Contemporary Art, UK, February – April, 2005
Kalinovska, Milena, catalogue essay for the Gwangju Biennale, September – November, 2004
Shapiro, Beverly, “Kelly Richardson: Gwangju Biennale”, exhibition catalogue essay for the Gwangju Biennale, September – November, 2004
Bean, Robert, “The Future Perfect: Geneologies of the Film-still”, exhibition catalogue for the Photopolis Photo Biennial: Future Perfect, September – October, 2004
Bradley, Jessica, “Provisional Worlds”, exhibition catalogue for the Art Gallery of Ontario. November, 2002 – March, 2003
Shaw, Karen, “Accumulations”, exhibition catalogue for Islip Art Museum. Septemer – November, 2002
Hsu, Manray, “Orange Marble”. exhibition brochure for Orange Marble. February, 2001
Jacques, Michelle. “Video Primer”, exhibition brochure for the Art Gallery of Ontario. April 7, 2001 – March 24, 2001
Massier, John. “Kelly Richardson”, Mercer Union exhibition brochure. May 25 – June 28, 2000
McQuillan, Maureen. “Phenotypeology”, exhibition brochure for Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center. April, 1999

SELECTED FEATURES / REVIEWS / INTERVIEWS
Artlink, ‘Inanition and Passing Parades‘, feature article, Gemma Weston, Sept-Oct, 2016
Real Time Arts, ‘Slow traumas or apocalypses of choice?‘, feature article, Francis Russell, Issue: August-September, 2016
The Creators Project, ‘Kelly Richardson’s Deserted Landscapes of the Future‘, Interview, Sept 22, 2015
Georgia Straight, ‘Sci-Fi effects meets landscapes in Kelly Richardson’s Legion‘, Robin Laurence, Aug 13, 2014
Studio International, ‘Kelly Richardson – Haunted‘, Darran Anderson, July 8, 2014
Journal for Wild Culture, ‘Art and nature: opportunities and new directions‘, Tom Jeffreys, June 26, 2014
io9, ‘Kelly Richardson’s Beautiful Futuristic Landscapes Hide a Dark Secret‘, Online feature, Charlie Jane Anders, May 9, 2014
The Journal, “Review: Mariner 9 by Kelly Richardson at Laing Art Gallery“, review by David Whetstone, May 9, 2014
The Creators Project, “These Beautiful Sci-Fi Landscapes Are Actually Unsettling Predictions About Our Future“, Online feature, Johnny Magdaleno, May 8, 2014
CBC George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight, “Look at This: The Otherworldly Landscapes of Kelly Richardson“, Online feature, March 29, 2014
Culture24, “Life on Mars: Kelly Richardson on NASA, the apocalypse and the north-east“, Interview with Ben Miller, March 25, 2014
BFI Sight and Sound Magazine, “Berwick 2013: border tensions“, Michael Pattison, February 18, 2014
The Record, “Kelly Richardson“, [review of This Island Earth], Robert Reid, November 16, 2013
The Film Lounge, “Berwick Ranger: Michael Pattison Reports from the 9th Film & Media Festival“, Michael Pattison, October 2, 2013
Border Crossings, “Kelly Richardson“, [review of Legion], William Ganis, Summer issue, 2013
Toronto Star, “Kelly Richardson’s Orion Tide“, [review of Orion Tide], Murray White, May 10, 2013
Afterimage, “My Name is Legion, for We Are Many“, [review of Legion], Kathryn Shriver, May, 2013
ARTINFO Canada, “Kelly Richardson’s Portent is Having an Effect“, Interview with Sky Goodden, May 1, 2013
ARTFORUM, “Critics’ Picks: Kelly Richardson at the Albright-Knox“, William Ganis, April 23, 2013
Modern Art Notes, “5 things I think I think: Albright-Knox edition“, Tyler Green, April 23, 2013
Modern Art Notes Podcast, “Shirin Neshat and Kelly Richardson“, Interview with Tyler Green, April 4, 2013
Photomonitor, “Kelly Richardson: Legion and The Erudition“, [review of 2 exhibitions], Paul Carey-Kent, March 2013
British Journal of Photography, “Tomorrow’s World“, [6 page feature article on Kelly Richardson’s practice], Gemma Padley, March 2013
Photomonitor, “Kelly Richardson: Legion“, Interview with Christiane Monarchi, March 2013
a-n Magazine, “Bon hiver: A Journey through a Winter Landscape“, [review of ‘Bon hiver’ and ‘Kelly Richardson: Legion’], Martin Lang, January, 2013
Artes Magazine, “New York’s White Box Gallery Held Ground Breaking Contemporary Art Exhibition“, [review of ‘The Waste Land’ including Exiles of the Shattered Star], Edward Rubin, January 15, 2013
ARTFORUM, “Kelly Richardson“, [review of ‘Legion’ and ‘Mariner 9’], Lauren Dyer Amazeen, December issue, 2012
Wild Culture, “Legion, Mariner 9, Orion Tide“, [review of three exhibitions], Tom Jeffreys, Nov 28, 2012
Canadian Art, “Kelly Richardson talks Sci-Fi Futures, Life on Mars and Mariner 9“, Interview with Rosemary Heather, Oct 4, 2012
New Scientist Magazine, “Life and death on Mars“, Catherine de Lange, Aug 22, 2012
This Is Tomorrow, “Kelly Richardson: Mariner 9 and Legion“, James Smith, Aug 20, 2012
NARC Magazine, “Review: Mariner 9 @ The Spanish City Dome“, Adam Clery, Aug 9, 2012
The Guardian, “Curiosity rover: why does sci-fi always look more marvellous than reality?“, Jonathan Jones, Aug 8, 2012
The Journal, “Crowds flock to Mariner 9 exhibition at Spanish City in Whitley Bay“, David Whetstone, Aug 8, 2012
The Guardian, “Artist Kelly Richardson brings a taste of Mars to Whitley Bay“, Mark Brown, Aug 7, 2012
Huffington Post, “Artist Kelly Richardson’s ‘Mariner 9’ Depicts Futuristic Mars Landscape On Day NASA’s Curiosity Lands“, Aug 6, 2012
The Guardian, “NASA technology helps get video art off the ground“, Alan Sykes, Aug 3, 2012
a-n, “Kelly watch the stars“, [review of Kelly Richardson’s practice], Matthew Hearn, Jul 31, 2012
Corridor8, “Kelly Richardson: LEGION at the Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland“, Rebecca Travis, July 8, 2012
Culture24, “Kelly Richardson dazzles at the Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art and Whitley Bay“, Ben Miller, July 6, 2012
NARC Magazine, “Interview: Kelly Richardson“, [interview about ‘Mariner 9’ and survey show ‘Legion’], Adam Clery, July 2012
Culture Magazine, “An Epic Imagination“, [interview / article about Kelly Richardson’s practice], David Whetstone, July 2012
HART International, “Three exhibitions about the future in London“, [review featuring Immortal Nature at Edel Assanti], Tom Jeffreys, Feb, 2012
Artlyst London, “Latest London Art Twelve Choices“, [review featuring Leviathan at Edel Assanti], Paul Carey-Kent, Feb 20, 2012
It’s Nice That, “Immortal Nature“, [review featuring Leviathan at Edel Assanti], Charlotte Simmonds, February 3, 2012
The Telegram, “Reflecting on ‘The New Romantics“, [review featuring The Erudition at The Rooms], Joan Sullivan, Jan 24, 2012
zingmagazine, “INTERVIEW: Kelly Richardson“, interview with Devon Dikeou for zingchats, September, 2011
Canadian Art Magazine, “The Erudition (I)”, Shannon Anderson, Summer issue, 2011
…might be good, “International Artist-in-Residence” [review featuring Leviathan], Lana Shafer, April 15, 2011
Glasstire, “Artpace 11.1: It’s in the water” [review featuring Leviathan], Dan R. Goddard, April 12, 2011
Plaza de Armas, “Landscape, catfight, and another musical” [review featuring Leviathan], Sarah Fisch, March 25, 2011
Canadian Art Magazine, “The Last Frontier: Natural Histories” [review featuring The Erudition], Adam O’Reilly, January 13, 2011
Akimblog, “The Last Frontier” [review featuring The Erudition], Sue Carter Flinn, January 11, 2011
Toronto Star, “Whyte: The world rendered as an alien landscape”, Murray White, December 22, 2010
Canadian Art Magazine, “Kelly Richardson: The Radiant Real”, feature article, David Jager, Fall issue, 2009
Now Magazine, “Year in Review: Top 10 Art Shows“, David Jager, December 22-29, 2008
Vie Des Arts, “Busan Biennale 2008”, [review of Busan Biennale featuring the work of Kelly Richardson], Melissa Lam, Winter issue, 2008
ARTFORUM, “Kelly Richardson: Birch Libralato“, [review of Twlight Avenger at Birch Libralato], Dan Adler, November issue, 2008
Akimblog, “Kelly Richardson at Birch Libralato” [review of Twilight Avenger at Birch Libralato], Terence Dick, August 13, 2008
Now Magazine, “Nature’s calling: Kelly Richardson questions what’s real” [review of Twilight Avenger at Birch Libralato], David Jager, August 7, 2008
The Globe and Mail, “The Twilight Avenger is not what he seems” [review of Twilight Avenger at Birch Libralato], Gary Michael Dault, August 9, 2008
Border Crossings, “Landscape x 4: Geoffrey James, Alex Cameron, Jennifer Stead, Kelly Richardson”, Petra Halkes, Issue No. 106, Summer, 2008
The Washington Diplomat, “Demented but Rewarding” [review of The Cinema Effect at the Hirshhorn Museum], Michael Coleman, April 20, 2008
The Washington Times, “Cinematic Visions” [review of The Cinema Effect at the Hirshhorn Museum], February 23, 2008
Afterimage, “Tell me a story” [review of 10th Mois de la Photo a Montreal], Lisa Hunter, vol 35, no. 4, January/February Issue, 2008
The Buffalo News, “An Air of mystery at Hallwalls” [review of The Edge of Everything at Hallwalls], Cynnie Gaasch, January 25, 2008
Artvoice, “Kelly Richardson: The Edge of Everything” [review of The Edge of Everything at Hallwalls], Lucy Yau, January 24, 2008
ICI Montréal, “Vitesse réduite” [review of 10th Mois de la Photo a Montreal], Lyne Crevier, September 20, 2007
The Globe and Mail, “A peaceful apocalypse” [review of Exiles of the Shattered Star at Birch Libralato], Gary Michael Dault, August 12, 2006
Toronto Star, “Fiery missiles on a restful day” [review of Exiles of the Shattered Star at Birch Libralato], Peter Goddard, August 17, 2006
samplesize,”Provisional Worlds”, Charlene K. Lau, 2003Toronto Star, “An art world made up of stuff”, Peter Goddard, November 23, 2002
View, “Intersections”, John Deal, vol.8 no.2, p 16. January, 2002
Taipei Times, “Artists lose their marbles” [interview with Manray Hsu about Orange Marble at Taipei Art District], Susan Kendzulak, March 11, 2001
Lola 6, “Birdhouse”, Sally McKay, Summer, 2000Lola 5, “In Studio-Kelly Richardson” Jenifer Papararo, 2000
The Globe and Mail, “here”, Gillian MacKay, Feb.27, 1999