Biography

Hernan Bas (born 1978 in Miami, Florida, United States) is an artist based in Detroit, Michigan. He graduated in 1996 from the New World School of the Arts in Miami.

Bas is known for his depictions of waifs and dandies, who are somewhat based on his own experiences, as well as his work with the material SlimFast and the paranormal. Overtime, Bas says, these characters have grown in his paintings and taken on different roles. Queerness often influences his work in the form of waifs and other young men, typically recurrent characters in his work. Bas owns a building in Detroit that was renovated by Nicola Kuperus and Adam Lee Miller, the couple behind Detroit electronic music act Adult. The building is on a block called Service Street noted for the number of diverse and accomplished artists that work there, including techno music pioneer Derrick May.

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Education

  • 1996 New World School of the Arts, Miami, FL, USA

Awards

  • 2002 Rerna Hort Foundation Grant, New York, NY, USA
  • 2001 Deans Fellowship, Columbia University, New York, NY, USA
  • 1999 Mc Cullogh Award for Painting, Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland, OH, USA
    Matching Fellowship, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME, USA

Solo exhibitions

  • 2018 A Brief Intermission, Centro De Arte Contemporáneo Málaga, Málaga, ES
    Hernan Bas: The Paper Crown Prince and Other Works, Colby College Art Museum, Waterville, ME Insects from Abroad, Galerie Perrotin, Tokyo, JP
  • 2017 Cambridge Living, Victoria Miro Mayfair, London, UK
    Bloomsbury Revisited, Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Zürich, CH
    Florida Living, SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA, USA
  • 2016 A Tropical Depression, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL, USA Bright Young Things, Lehmann Maupin, New York, USA
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  • 2015 Fruits and Flowers, Galerie Perrotin, Paris, FR
  • 2014 New Perfumes, Larger Blossoms, Pleasures Untasted. Hernan Bas and the Natural World: Selections from the Rubell Collection, YoungArts Gallery, Miami, FL, USA
    Memphis Living, Victoria Miro, London, UK
    Case Studies, Lehmann Maupin, Hong Kong, CN
    Haunted Objects, CineMarfa x Marfa Book Company, Texas, USA
  • 2013 Deep in the Dark of Texas, The Chinati Foundation, Marfa, US; travelling to Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Zurich, CH
    TIME, Hernan Bas: A queer and curious cabinet, Bass Museum of Art, Miami, FL, USA Boys in Peril?, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL, USA
  • 2012 Thirty-six unknown poets (or, decorative objects for the homosexual home), Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Paris, FR
    The Other Side, Kunstverein Hannover, DE
    A Brief Suspension of Disbelief, PMK Gallery. Seoul, Korea Occult Contemporary, Lehmann Maupin, New York, USA
  • 2011 Delicate Creatures from America, Galleria Il Capricorno, Venice, Italy Perennial Affairs, Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Zurich, CH
    The Forest for the Trees, Frederic Snitzer Gallery, Miami, USA
  • 2010 The Hallucinations of Poets, Victoria Miro, London, UK Considering Henry, Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Paris, FR
    Hernan Bas: A Fairy’s Tale, PKM Gallery/Bartleby Bickle & Meursault, Seoul, SK
  • 2009 In the land of make me believe, Galleria Il Capricorno, Venice, IT
    The Dance of the Machine Gun & other forms of unpopular expression, Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York, USA
    Hernan Bas: Works from the Rubell Family Collection, Brooklyn Art Museum, USA 2008 Ask the Sky, Sandroni Rey, Los Angeles, USA
    The Unexplained, Frederic Snitzer Gallery, Miami, USA
  • 2007 Hernan Bas: Works from the Rubell Family Collection, Rubell Family Collection, Miami, USA Evening Amusements, The Fireplace Project, East Hampton, NY, USA
    Saints and Secret Sects, Galleria II Capricorno, Venice, IT
    Saints and Secret Sects, Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK
    Mephistopheles at 17, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney, AUS
  • 2006 The Great Barrier Wreath, Sandroni Rey, Los Angeles, CA, USA A Silent Dirge, Galleria Il Capricorno, Venice, IT
    Dandies, Pansies and Prudes, Daniel Reich Gallery, New York, NY, USA 2005 Once Upon a Time…, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL, USA
    In the Low Light, Victoria Miro, London, UK
  • 2004 Soap Operatic, The Moore Space, Miami, FL, USA
    As if a Phantom Carres’d me, Sandroni Rey, Los Angeles, CA, USA
    Sometimes with One I Love, Daniel Reich Gallery, New York, NY, USA
    We May Even See the Wind Together, Schmidt Center Gallery, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL, USA
  • 2003 We May Even See the Wind Together, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL, USA
  • 2002 First Comes the Blood, Then Come the Boys Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL, USA Love in Vein, Sandroni Rey, Venice, CA, USA
    It’s Super Natural, Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, FL, USA
  • 2001 Hernan’s Merit & the Nouveau Sissies, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL, USA
  • 2000 Slim Fast, Frances Wolfson Gallery, Miami Dade Community College, Miami, FL, USA, Curated by Goran Tomcic

Group exhibitions

  • 2018 Contemporary Magic : A Tarot Deck Art Project, Art Capsul, New York, NY, USA
  • 2017 Engender, Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, USA Wild n Out, PKM Gallery, Seoul, SK
    House Work, Victoria Miro Mayfair, London, UK
    Generation Loss, Julia Stoschek Collection, Düsseldorf, DE
    On the Horizon: Contemporary Cuban Art from the Jorge M. Pérez Collection, Pérez Art Museum Miami, Miami, FL, USA
    Alien Nations, Lehman College Art Gallery, London, UK
    PKM Gallery, Seoul, SK
  • 2016 Go Figure!, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL, USA
    A Sum of its Parts, Polk Museum of Art, Lakeland, FL, USA
    Progressive Praxis, de la Cruz Collection, Miami, FL, USA
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  • 2015 Future Seasons Past, curated by Emanuel E. Gonzalez, Lehmann Maupin, New York, NY, USA Tracing Shadows, PLATEAU, Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul, SK
    Love: The First of the 7 Virtues, Hudson Valley Centre for Contemporary Art, Hudson, USA
  • 2013 Aquatopia, The Imaginary of the Ocean Deep, Nottingham Contemporary, UK, travelling to Tate St. Ives (October 2013 – January 2014)
    25 Years Galerie Perrotin, Tri Postal, Lille, FR
    Suddeness + Certainty, cur. Robert Greene, Robert Miller Gallery, New York, USA Hernan Bas, Anne Chu, Klara Kristalova, Lehmann Maupin, New York, USA Cinematic Visions: painting at the edge of reality, Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK On Painting, Cento Atlantico De Arte Moderno (CAAM), Gran Canaria, ES
  • 2012 Nightfall, MODEM Centre for Contemporary Art, Hungary; traveling to Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague I Followed You into the Water, Lehmann Maupin, New York, US
    Landscape, HITE Collection, Seoul, SK
    To Have a Voice, Makintosh Gallery, Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, UK
  • 2011 Make Believe, Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm, SE
    El grito (The cry), Musac Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Castilla y León, León, ES, cur. María Inés Rodriguez & Sofía Hernández Chong Cuy
    Contemporary Magic: A Tarot Deck Art Project, Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, cur. Stacy Engman Nothing in the World But Youth, Turner Contemporary, Margate, Kent, UK
  • 2010 Father, cur. Diego Singh, Mendes Wood, Sao Paulo, BR
    Love in Vein: Editions Fawbush projects and artists 2005-2010, Gering and Lopez Gallery, New York, US
    Five in Istanbul: A Selection of Artists from Lehmann Maupin Gallery, cur. Isabella Icoz, Borusan Muzik Evi, Istanbul, TUR
    In the Company of Alice, Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK
    Make Believe, Galleri Magnus Karlsson, Stockholm, SE
    Lush Life 3: First Bird (A Few Butterflies), cur. Franklin Evans & Omar Lopez-Chahoud, Invisible-Exports, New York, USA
  • 2009 The Collectors, The Nordic Pavilion and the Danish Pavilion, 53rd Venice Biennale, curated by Elmgreen & Dragset, Venice, IT
    Wunderland, KadE, Amersfoot, NL
  • 2008 Exhibitions 21: Selections from the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Museum of Art, NY, USA 6th Busan Biennale, KOR
    The Dulcet Clime of the Bedchamber, curated by Nicholas Weist, Goff + Rosenthal, Berlin Miami Comes to the Hamptons, Snitzer – Arregui Project, East
    Hamptons, NY, USA
    ( i- murj:d), Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL, USA
    The Boys of Summer, The Fireplace Project, East Hamptons, NY, curated by Shelly Fox Aarons and Edsel Williams
  • 2007 Titled/Untitled: a collaborative exhibition featuring work from the Devonshire collection & Rubell collection, Lismore Castle Arts, Lismore, IRL
    Intimacy, Contemporary Art After Nine Eleven, Triennale Di Milano, Milan, IT
    Like Color in Pictures, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO, USA
    Size Matters (Part 1, XS-recent small-scale paintings), Hudson Valley, Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, NY, USA
  • 2006 Paraisos Artificiales, Pilar Parra & Romero Gallería de Arte, Madrid, Spain Mixed Emotions, Haifa Museum of Art, ISR
    Think Warm, Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo, JPN
    Breathing Time: Works from the Debra & Dennis Scholl collection, Newcomb Art Gallery, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, USA
    Girlpower and Boyhood, Talbot Rice Gallery (in conjuction with Kunsthallen Brandts), University of Edinburgh, UK
    Garden Party, Deitch Projects, New York, NY, USA
    Panic Room: works from the Dakis Joannou collection, Deste Foundation Centre for Contemporary Art, Athens, GR
  • 2005 New Figuration, Galleri Christina Wilson, Copenhagen, Denmark Triumph of Painting – Part III, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK
    Little Odysseys, Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York, NY, USA
    Ten, Rubell Family Collection, Miami, FL, USA
    Ideal Worlds – New Romanticism in Contemporary Art, Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, Germany Situational Prosthetics, curated by Nate Lowman, New Langston Arts, San Francisco, CA, USA
  • 2004 Galleon and Other Stories, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK Origins of Harold, Deitch Projects, New York, NY, USA Miami Nice, Galerie Emmanuel Perotin, Paris, FR
    Happy Days Are Here Again, David Zwirner, New York, NY, USA
    Heavenly Creatures, Galerie Thaddeus Ropec, Salzburg, AUS
    Whitney Biennial Exhibition, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, USA
    The Drawing Show, The Green Barn, Sagaponack, NY, USA
    Painting 2004, Victoria Miro Gallery, London, UK
    Obituary, Placemaker, Miami, FL, USA
    Lock Stock and Barrel, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL, USA
    The 6th Annual Altoids Curiously Strong Collection, Consolidated Works, Seattle, WA, traveling to Arthouse, Austin, TX, Pennsylvania Academy of Art, Philadelphia, PA, and The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NY, USA
  • 2003 Women Beware Women, curated by David Rimanelli, Deitch Projects, New York, NY, USA Summer Romance, Sandroni Rey, Venice, CA, USA
    Today’s Man, John Connelly Presents, New York, NY traveled to Hiromi Yoshi Gallery, Tokyo, Japan Imagine: Selections from the Permanent Collection, MoCA, North Miami, FL, USA
    Made in Miami Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL, USA
    New Art, Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, Lake Worth, FL, USA
    American Art Today: Faces and Figures, The Art Museum, Florida International University, Miami, FL, USA
  • 2002 Drawing Conclusions, Curated by Nina Arias, Buena Vista Building, Miami, FL, USA
    In the Place of Revolution, The Great Hall of The Cooper Union, New York, NY, USA
    AOP002: The 37th Art on Paper Exhibition, Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, NC, USA
    Friends and Family Lombard-Fried Fine Arts, New York, NY, USA
    Dangerous Beauty The Jewish Community Center in Manhattan, New York, NY, USA
    Champion Zinc Gallery, Stockholm, SWE
  • 2001 Fast Forward Projects at the Nash Hotel Art Fair, Miami Beach, FL, USA
    Humid Curated by Dominic Molon, curator, MOCA, Chicago, Moore Building, Miami, USA Selections from the Permanent Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, FL, USA
  • 2000 Making Art in Miami: Travels in Hyperreality Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, FL, USA (curated by Bonnie Clearwater)
    Robot Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL, USA
    Ob-la-di-Ob-la-da,Curated by Gean Moreno Art Center/South Florida, Miami Beach, USA Young Miami, Wooster Projects, New York, NY, USA
    The Home Show, 890 NE 90th Street, Miami, FL, USA
    Departing Perspectives, Curated by Fred Snitzer, Espirito Santo Building, Miami, FL, USA
    1999 Wish You Were Here, Box Forum, Miami, FL, USA
    TRANScontinENTal Galerie, Montreal, Quebec Superfantastic 7 The Dirt Room, Kansas City, Ohio, USA
  • 1998 The Fashion Issue: four simple steps towards younger looking skin Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL, USA
  • 1997 Frank: an adj ConnotingSuperfantastic Baltimore, Maryland, USA Group Show, Ambrosino Gallery, Miami, FL, USA

Public collections

Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, USA
Carré d’Art – Musée d’Art Contemporain, Nîmes, France Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden,
Washington DC, US MoMA, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA

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Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, USA
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, USA
New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, CT, US Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA, USA
Rubell Family Collection, Miami, FL, USA
Saatchi Collection, London, GB
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA, US Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, USA
Samuso: Space for Contemporary Art, Seoul, KOR
Williams College, Williamstown, MA, USA

Selected projects / commissions

  • 2012 Louis Vuitton, Aventura Space, Miami, FL

Selected bibliography

  • 2018 Francés, Fernando, Chad Alligood and Hernan Bas, Hernan Bas: a Brief Intermission (Málaga: Centro de Arte Contemporáneo de Málaga, 2018)
  • 2014 Rattemeyer, Christian, et al. Hernan Bas (New York: Rizzoli, 2014)
  • 2012 Robecchi, Michele and Rene Zechlin. Hernan Bas/The other side, (Berlin: Kunstverein Hanover Verlag, 2012)
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  • 2011 Anderson, Elsebeth, Sara-Luise Pedersen, Litos Grafera (Copenhagen: Edition Copenhagen, 2011), pp. 26-28
  • 2009 Wonderland: Through the Looking Glass, (Amersfoort: Kusthal KAdE Amersfoort, 2009)
  • 2008 Coetzee, Mark. Hernan Bas, Works from the Rubell Collection (Miami: Rubell Family Collection, 2008)
  • 2006 Ideal Worlds, (Frankfurt: Schirn Kunsthalle, 2006)
  • 2005 Ideal Wunschwelten Worlds: New Romanticism in Contemporary Art, Schirn Kunsthale (Frankfurt, Hatje Cantz, 2005)

Selected press

  • 2017 Collectors Guide, Art Super Magazine, Oct. Yae-Jin Ha, Hernan Bas, 032 Magazine, Berlin
    Harriet Baker, Hernan Bas, Frieze, Nov.-Dec.
    Aoife Rosenmeyer, Hernan Bas at Galerie Peter Kilchmann,Art in America, Sept.
    Liz Tracy, Hernan Bas on Miami Culture and What Makes Art Gay, Miami New Times, Jul.
  • 2016 Stefano Tonchi, Change Agents, W Magazine, May 2016
    Robin Pogrebin, The Artist Hernan Bas Looks at the Jazz Age, The New York Times, 10 March 2016 [online] “Hernan Bas illustrated interview”, NeueJournal, March 29
    “Second Sex. on ‘My Masculinity’”, Wayne Koestenbaum, ArtForum, New York, vol. 54, no. 10, Summer, pp. 147-150
  • 2015 Thibaut Wychowanok, Hernan Bas at the Galerie Perrotin, young dreamers and flowers unveiled, Numéro, 15 December 2015
    A Study of Memphis Morrissey, Arena Homme Plus, Winter/ Spring 2015, pp. 96-105
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  • 2014 Mark Sheerin, Hernan Bas: Memphis Living, Victoria Miro, The Arts Desk, 12 May 2014 [online]
    Alex Dymoke, Hernan Bas: the best young painter in the world?, City AM, 2 May 2014
    Katya Tylevich, Hernan Bas: The Story at the intermission, Elephant, Spring 2014
    Hernan Bas: Memphis Living, Victoria Miro & Victoria Miro Mayfair, Culture Whisper, 17 April 2014 [online]
  • 2012 50 next most collectible artists, Art + Auction, June 2012 Hernan Bas Sees Evil, Interview, March 2012
    Stephanie Davila, Hernan Bas Goes Hobo Chic, WWD, 29 February 2012
    Alice Pfeiffer, Hernan Bas at Galerie Perrotin, Sleek Magazine, Oct. 17
    Hernan Bas Sees Evil, Interview, March
    Bill Bilowit, Just Hernan, Not ‘Hernan’ (Going & Coming, Part 4), art 21 blog, New York, July 10
    50 Next Most Collectible Artists, Editors’ choice, Art + Auction, New York, June, pp. 98 – 113 Ruth Händler, Kunst = Kapital, Capital, Hamburg, April 1
    Hajo Schiff, Traumwandler, Die Kunst Szene in Hamburg und Umgebung, April 1, p. 10 Manish Vora, The Devil and Hernan Bas, artlog.com, New York, March 16
    Ann Binlot, Luxury Bindles: Artist Hernan Bas Collaborates …, artinfo.com, New York, March 13 Petra Bosetti, Romantisch und decadent, Art Magazin, Hamburg, March 1
    Stephanie Daila, Hernan Bas Goes Hobo Chic, wwd.com, New York, Feb. 29
    Klaus Zimmer, Kunst einer offenen Interpretation, Cellesche Zeitung, Celle, Feb. 22
    Evelyn Beyer, Der blasse Junge und der Wald, Neue Presse, Hannover, Feb. 17
    Kristina Tieke, Ewig jung, schön einsam, Hannoversche Allgemeine Zeitung, Hannover, Feb. 17 Romantiker aus Miami, Berchtesgadener Anzeiger, Berchtesgaden, Feb. 17
    Kristina Tieke, Hernan Bas’ phantastische Ausstellung, Hannoversche Allgemeine, Hannover, Feb. 16 Hernan Bas’ traumhafte Malerei, Focus.de, Munich, Feb. 16
  • 2011 Peio Aguirre, Negar Azimi, Vitamin P2: New Perspectives in Painting, Phaidon, London
    Sarah Margolis-Pineo, Centerfield: Against Nature – An interview with Hernan Bas, www.blog.art21.org, New York, Dec. 27
  • 2010 Skye Sherwin, Artist of the week 109: Hernan Bas, Guardian.co.uk, 13 October 2010
  • 2009 Maurizio Cattelan, Hernan Bas: Something a Bit Off, Flash Art, October 2009
    Dmitry Komis, Hernan Bas: Lehmann Maupin/Brooklyn Museum – New York, FlashArt, July-September, 2009 Skye Sherwin, Ten painters you should meet, Ten (Men) Magazine, Autumn 2009
    Randy Kennedy, Artwork to Display, or to Enjoy with Eggs, The New York Times, 3 July
    Ray Rogers, Miami Artist Hernan Bas Captures Hedi Slimane, Gets Personal with Madonna, Blackbookmag.com, 20 May 2009
    Alexandra Peers, Little Warhols: Post-boom, artists may rule their own productivity, New York Magazine, 10 May 2009
    Lily Alexander, Hernan Bas: The Dance of the Machine Gun and other forms of unpopular expression, Whitewall, 6 May 2009
    Kimberly Straus, Once Upon a Time, Vogue, March 2009
  • 2008 Daniel Schreiber, Herman Bas zeigt in New York melancholische Schwule und Meerjungfrauen, Monopol, Nr. 2/2009
    David Colman, Hernan Bas, Elle Décor, May 2008
    Hernan Bas: Where the Boys Aren’t, Wound, Issue 2, 2008
  • 2007 Mark Coetzee & Mark Clintberg, Hernan Bas: A literal reference, Arte al Dia International, Issue 121 Jessica Lack, Hernan Bas, The Guardian Guide, 2 June 2007
    Ossian Ward, Ab 2. Juni: Hernan Bas zeigt in London seine dekadenten Heiligenbilder, Monopol, Nr. 6/2007
  • 2006 Sarah Douglas, Hernan Bas: L’Invenzione dell’Amore, Flash Art, June – July 2006 Emma Gravagnuolo, Hernan Bas, Arte, June 2006
    Michelle Weinberg, Hernan Bas, Tema Celeste, Issue 114, March/April 2006
    Holland Cotter, Hernan Bas: Dandies, Pansies & Prudes, New York Times, 24 March 2006 Elisa Turner, The Hardy Boys Meet the Sea Nymphs, ArtNews, January 2006
  • 2005 Ideal Worlds (exhibition catalogue), Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt
    Enrique Fernandez and Fabiola Santiago, Miami Makes the Scene, The Miami Herald, 30 November Humberto Guida, In a Class by Themselves, Art Basel Miami Beach
    Elisa Turner, Made in Miami, The Miami Herald, 9 October
    Carlos Suarez de Jesus, Big Man on Canvas, Miami New Times, 10 – 16 November
    Elisa Turner, Global Art Locally: Rubell Collection Showcases Miami Artists, The Miami Herald, 26 June Alfredo Triff, Cracking Stereotypes, Miami New Times, 2 June
    Patricia Ellis, Triumph of Painting – Part III, Saatchi Gallery, Ldonon
    Bonnie Clearwater, MoCA and Miami, Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, FL
    Omar Sommeryns, The Miami Art World is Vapid Like a Soap Opera – Hernan Bas is not, www.ignoremagazine.com, July issue
    Fisun Güner, Gothic Worlds Collide, The Metro, 29 March 2005
    Nick Hackworth, Bas proves power of the brush, Evening Standard, 24 March
    Jessica Lack, Hernan Bas, Preview, the Guardian Guide, 19 March
    Sarah Douglas, Hernan Bas: Meet Me at the Cemetary Gate, Flash Art, January – February 2005
  • 2004 Soap Operatic: Hernan Bas introduction by Silvia KarmanTexts by Nancy Spector, Massimiliano Gioni and Hernan Bas
    Karen Rosenberg, Rothko Triumphed Renoir, New York, 20 – 27 December, p.84
    Elizabeth Schambelan, Hernan Bas, Daniel Reich Gallery, Artforum, December Best of 2004 Issue Anna-Maria Diaz-Balart, The Mind of An Artist, Loft, December, pp. 24-26
    Talent: Boys Gone Wild, New York, 20 September, p. 89
    Roberto Juarez, Artists on Artists: Roberto Juarez on Hernan Bas, The Bomb, Summer, pp. 14-15 Turn up the Bas, 95 East, Spring 2004, p. 72
    David Amber, Bas Relief, New Times Broward Palm Beach, 1 – 7 April
    Elisa Turner, Critic’s Pick, The Miami Herald, 12 March
    Hunting Season Opens, The New York Times, Arts & Leisure, 7 March
    Fisun Güner, Young Pros, Evening Standard, MetroLife, London 14 April
    Nick Hackworth, Touch of Zen with No Zing, Evening Standard, London April
    Helen Sumpter, Painting 2004: Victoria Miro, Time Out London, April
    Pascale Dupuy, Miami S’ExposeI, Elle, February, pp. 102-103
    Elisa Turner, Amazing Journey, Tropical Life, The Miami Herald, 19 January. Cover Story
    Matthew Kangas, Humor, social commentary leave lasting impression, The Seattle Times, 9 January
  • 2003 Roni Feinstein, Report From Miami, Art in America, December, p. 56
    Best Solo Show: Hernan Bas – First Comes the Blood, Then Come the Boys, Sun Post, December 13
    Whitney Announces Biennial Artists, Art in America, December p. 128
    Candice Russell, South Florida Cultural Consortium Recipients, South Florida Times, October p. 20
    Holland Cotter, By and About Men, They’re Running with It, The New York Times, 8 August
    Elisa Turner, The Joys of Summer, The Miami Herald, 3 August, 3M
    Michael Cohen, The New Gothic: Scary Monsters and Super Creeps, Flash Art, July – September, vol. XXXVI, No. 231, pp. 108 – 110
    Galleries – Downtown: Women Beware Women, The New Yorker, December 1 and December 13
    Martha Schwendender Women Beware Women, Time Out, New York. 4 – 11 December, Issue no. 427
    Reena Jana, Miami, art on paper, January p. 68
    Elisa Turner, Consortium Surprises, As Usual, Miami Herald, August 3
  • 2002 Street Miami, March 29 – April 4
    Smoke and Mirrors: Art in Magic City, The Miami Herald, The Ticket, 5 July
    Art Basel and Beyond, Street Miami, 6 – 12 December
    Reena Jana,Gallery Walk: Miami, art on paper, April
    Eileen Kinsella, Wise Buys, ARTNews, summer
    Damarys Ocaña, Humid, Art Papers Magazine, March / April
    Shana Nys Dambrot, Hernan Bas, tema celeste, #96. P. 93
    Walter Robinson, More From Miami, artnet.com, December 9
    Alfredo Triff, Summer Fashion, Miami New Times: Art, July 25-31
    Elisa Turner, Sharp FIU Exhibit Nails Complex Human Condition, The Miami Herald: Visual Arts, January 19 Elisa Turner, Hardy Boys Meet Teen Angst, Miami Herald, December 1
    Independent Events: Art Basel Miami Beach, The Miami Herald, 1 December
    Ear Candy, Street Miami: Art Listings, 11 – 17 January
    Damarys Ocaña, Boy Story: Hernan Bas keeps the narrative about sexuality going at Snitzer show, The Street, 27 December 2002 – 2 January 2003, p. 64
  • 2001 Gean Moreno, Miami, Art Papers Magazine, November / December
    Damarys Ocaña, Artist’s Works are SlimFast Pickings, Street Miami, 5 – 11 January
    Damarys Ocaña, Gender Benders, Street Miami: Artseen
    Miguel A. Sirgado, Los Escenarios Apacibles de Hernan Bas, El Nuevo Herald: Artes Y Letras, July Alfredo Triff, Hernan’s Merit and the Nouveau Sissies, Miami New Times: Art
    Nouveau Sissies on Display, The Miami Herald, The Ticket, July 6
  • 2000 Robot, The Miami Herald, The Ticket, 1 December
    An Artistic Ode to Miami, Street Miami, Artseen, December 22 – 26
    Loann Halden, Travels in Hernanland, Miami, Only in TWN
    Elisa Turner, MoCAs Heart, Art, Right at Home in Miami, Miami Herald: Living and Arts, 29 November