Roxy Paine




A "flip-through" of every page of ESOPUS 14: PROJECTS, the latest issue of the award-winning nonprofit arts publication based in New York City. The issue is devoted to 12 contemporary artists' projects from Marcia Kure, Roxy Paine, Barbara Probst, Judy Pfaff, Kerry James Marshall, John O'Connor, Suzanne Bocanegra, Jared Flood, Erica Allen, Fernando Santangelo, Juri Morioka, and John Baldessari.



Roxy Paine in conversation with Tom Eccles: aPA's 143rd Annual Meeting

The Association for Public Art (aPA) made a special announcement at its 143rd Annual Meeting. The aPA received a grant from the Daniel W. Dietrich II Trust, Inc. to acquire "Symbiosis" (2011), a masterwork by internationally acclaimed artist Roxy Paine.  Published on Sep 4, 2015.



"Natura Naturans" A Villa Panza (Varese).  Erica Gasparini on Natura NaturansTam Tam No TV Metamorphosi. Published June 11, 2015


Museum Without Walls Audio, 2014 | Interview of Roxy Paine with Tod Williams and Billie Tsien, the architects of the Barnes Foundation on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia. Segment Producer: Jenny Lawton

The New York Times, April 2009Stormy Weather audio interview


Installation Images, Roxy Paine on the Roof: Maelstrom

The Met, 2009


Maelstrom, 2009.  Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Roof Garden, Metropolitan Museum of Art.  2009.  Video courtesy of Carlton Bright.


PMU2001.  Aluminum, stainless steel, computer, electronics, relays, custom software, acrylic, servo motors, valves, pump, precision track, glass, rubber, 110 x 157 x 176 in.  Video courtesy of Philip Dolen & Molly Bernstein of Particle Productions



Paint Dipper , 1996.  acrylic paint, computer motors, interface, relays, chair.  124 x 99 x 24 in.



2000, Aluminum, computer, conveyor, electronics, extruder, stainless steel, polyethylene, teflon, 890 x 73 x 276 inches


2010, Stainless steel, glass, paint, and pigment

Temporarily installed at the James Cohan Gallery, New York, NY, October 2010 through February 2011

Roxy Paine - Maelstrom - On the Roof . Metropolitan Museum of Art NYC, Mar 3, 2009,  

by Dou Yu

Installation of Roxy Paine's "Inversion" 2008

January 2011

Billy Rose Art Garden, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem

Roxy Paine installs "Conjoined"

Spring 2007

Madison Square Park, New York City

Scumak No. 2, 2001 

Scumak No. 1, 1998

Scumak's are created using low density polyethylene. 

Video courtesy of Carlton Bright