Selected Publications

2017 Bouratsis, Sofia Eliza. “Territory as an Aesthetic Motif.” Landmarks the state of public art in Luxembourg

2016 Klonarides, Carol Ann. “Won Ju Lim: Casting Shadow.” COLA 2016 City of Los Angeles Individual Artist Fellowship.

2015 Edalatpour, Jeffry. “When I Think of Home: Won Ju Lim’s Raycraft Is Dead.” sfweekley.com

2015 Kantor, Susie. Curatorial statement, Raycraft Is Dead, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA

2014 Akademie X. New York and London: Phaidon Press Inc.

2014 Interview, Tricia Paik and Won Ju Lim. Raycraft Is Dead brochure, St. Louis Art Museum

2014 Phillips, Camille. “Artist Won Ju Lim Explores Themes Of Privacy And Paranoia In Exhibit At Saint Louis Art Museum.” www.stlpublicradio.org

2014 Otten, Liam. “Q&A with Artist Won Ju Lim.” Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts Newsletter

2014 Edwards, Mary and Alex Heuer, prod. Interview with Steve Potter. Cityscape. St. Louis Public Radio

2013 Triggs, Sarah. Studio Life: Rituals, Collections, Tools, and Observations on the Artistic Practice. New York: Princeton Architectural Press

2012 Rosso, Julie. “Abstraction/Won Ju Lim.” www.surfwarped.blogspot.com

2012 Son, Hijoo. “Paradox of Diaspora from There: Antidote to master Narrative of the Nation.” The Journal of Korean Studies, Spring 2012, pp. 186-187

2011 Tumlir, Jan. “Won Ju Lim: The Newness of Cities.” Won Ju Lim. Exh. cat. Hanover: Dartmouth College

2011 Wagley, Catherine. “Won Ju Lim.” Sculpture

2011 Archibald, Sophia. “Won Ju Lim’s ‘Untitled Silence’ showcases cityscapes.” The Dartmouth

2010 Miles, Christopher. “A playground for the mind.” LA Weekly

2010 Buckley, Annie. “Won Ju Lim.” www. artinamericamagazine.com

2009 Holzwarth, Hans Werner, ed. 100 Contemporary Artists. Cologne: Taschen

2009 Ambrozy, Lee. “Won Ju Lim.” Artforum

2009 Frank, Peter. “Won Ju Lim.” For Excellence: 11 KAFA Awarded Artists. Exh. cat. Seoul: Museum of Art

2009 Holte, Michael Ned. “Second Nature: The Valentine-Adelson Collection at the Hammer.” Exh. brochure

2009 Tsatsos, Irene. Common Threads, Shared Spaces. Los Angeles: California Community Foundation

2008 Holzwarth, Hans Werner, ed. Art Now Vol. 3. Cologne: Taschen

2008 Hsieh, Catherine Y. “Broken Silence.” NY Arts

2008 Savannah, Gae. “Won Ju Lim.” Flash Art

2008 Melrod, George. “Projecting Paradise.” art ltd West Coast Art and Design

2008 Chenglong, Zhang. “Invisible Cities - A 24 second Metempsychosis.” Architecture & Art

2008 Boumans, Jean. “Unheimlich.” Franchise. Exh. cat. Leeuwarden; Sondeijker, Pierre. Franchise. Exh. cat. Leeuwarden

2008 Gonzolez, Rita and Kris Kuramitsu. 20 Years Ago Today Supporting Visual Artist in LA

2008 Ulrich, Mattias. All Inclusive: A Tourist World. Exh. cat. Frankfurt: Schirn Kunsthall

2007 Welchman, John. “Found Out.” Found Out, Knocking on the Door. Exh. cat. Incheon: International Incheon Women Artists’ Biennale

2007 Collins, Judith. Sculpture Today. New York and London: Phaidon Press Inc.

2007 Thiel, Wolf Guenter. www.interviewstream.com

2007 Zybok, Oliver. “Won Ju Lim.” Idilio: Fatasia y Falacia. Exh. cat. Salamanca: DA2 Domus Artium, Center of Contemporary Art

2007 Roussel, Noellie. “Refraction/Reflection." Exh. brochure. Los Angles: Korean Cultural Center

2007 Shermer, Courtney. www.artrabbit.com

2006 Ng, Konrad. “The Poetics and Politics of Space, Time, and Memory in Won Ju Lim’s In Many Things to Come.” In Many Things to Come. Exh. cat. Honolulu: Honolulu Academy of Arts

2006 Meyers, Terry R. “Won Ju Lim.” Modern Painter

2006 Zybok, Oliver, ed. Idylle Traum und Trugschluss. Exh cat. Hamburg: Hatje Cantz Verlag

2006 Architecture, Art and Landscape Biennial of the Canaries, Fuerteventura

2006 Debatin, Sarah. Abstact Art Now Strictly Geometrical?. Exh. cat. Ludwigshafen: Wilhelm-Hack Museum

2005 Grosenick, Uta, ed. Art Now Vol 2. Cologne: Taschen

2005 Kraus, Chris, Jan Tumlir, and Jane McFadden, eds. LA Artland

2005 Welchman, John. “Won Ju Lim’s Shadow World.” Won Ju Lim. Exh. cat. Salamanca: DA2 Domus Artium, Center of Contemporary Ar

2005 Mania, Astrid. “Memory and Motion.” Won Ju Lim. Exh. cat. Salamanca: DA2 Domus  Artium, Center of Contemporary Art

2005 Cuevas, Javier Panera. “Heterotopias Urbana.” Won Ju Lim. Exh. cat. Salamanca: DA2 Domus Artium, Center of Contemporary Art

2005 Isé, Claudine. ”Vanishing Points.”  Vanishing Point. Exh. cat. Columbus: Wexner Center for the Arts

2005 Plath, Nils. “No More than a Few Points of Suspension.” Won Ju Lim. Exh. cat

2004 Dyer, Richard.  “Won Ju Lim.” Contemporary: Special Issue 212121 Sculpture

2004 Mania, Astrid. “Memory Palace at Galerie Max Hetzler.” Neue Revie

2004 Ermacora, Beate. “A neo-romantic look at nature and the city.” Zwischenwelten. Exh. cat. Krefeld: Museum Haus Ester

2004 Roussel, Noellie. “Won Ju Lim.” Ein-Leuchten. Exh. cat. Salzburg: Museum der Moderne

2003 Miles, Christopher. “Won Ju Lim.” Artforum

2003 Balvin, Sandra.  “Fantasies in the Digital Age: Won Ju Lim.” Belio

2003 Zellen, Jody. “Won Ju Lim.” Artpress

2002 Allen, Jennifer. “Won Ju Lim.” www.artforum.com, April2, 2002

2002 Prince, Mark. “Won Ju Lim.” Flash Art

2002 Krümmel, Clemens. “Das Innere Los Angeles: Won Ju Lim in der Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin.” Texte Zur Kunst

2002 Osswald, Anja. “Lost in Space: ‘California Dreamin’ of Won Ju Lim with Max Hetzler.” Der Tagesspiegel

2002 Grosenick, Uta and Burkhard Riemschneider, eds. Art Now: 137 Artists at the Rise of the New Millennium

2002 O’Brian, Melanie. “Won Ju Lim: Elysian Field North.” Next: A Series on Emerging Artists from the Pacific Rim. Exh. brochure. Vancouver: Vancouver Art Gallery

2002 Newhouse, Kristina. “Won Ju Lim at Patrick Painter Inc., Santa Monica.” Art + Text

2001 Elaine, James, Russell Ferguson, and Claudine Isé, eds. Snapshot: New Art from Los Angeles. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: UCLA Hammer Museum

2001 Krümmel, Clemens. “Won Ju Lim.” Skulpture-Biennale Münsterland. Exh. cat. Steinfurt: Skulpture-Biennale Münsterland

2001 Lunghi, Enrico. Sous Les Ponts, Le Long De La Rivière. Exh. cat. Luxembourg: Casino Luxembourg

2000 Roussel, Noellie. “Has Wilmington Replaced Rome as the Eternal City?”  Exh. cat. Berlin: Kunstlerhaus Bethanien