Moyra Davey

Exhibitions at Galerie Buchholz

February 2020

Moyra Davey Peter Hujar

Fasanenstraße 30, Berlin

March 2018

Moyra Davey

17 East 82nd Street, New York

February 2018

In Part
Writings by
Julie Ault

book presentation and
exhibition with
Moyra Davey, Thomas Eggerer,
Jochen Klein, Cerith Wyn Evans, 
Heinz Peter Knes, Wolfgang Tillmans, Danh Vo,
David Wojnarowicz, Martin Wong
17 East 82nd Street, New York

September 2017

Moyra Davey

Neven-DuMont-Straße 17, Köln

August 2017

Moyra Davey

Portrait / Landscape
Fasanenstraße 30, Berlin

September 2016

Alvin Baltrop, Daniel Buren,
The Cockettes, Joseph Cornell,
Walker Evans, Jack Goldstein,
Guy Hocquenghem, Peter Hujar,
Charles James, Joan Jonas,
Ellsworth Kelly, Louise Lawler,
Zoe Leonard, Sherrie Levine,
Robert Longo, Antonio Lopez,
Agnes Martin, Gordon Matta-Clark,
Craig Owens, Esther Phillips,
Yvonne Rainer, Cindy Sherman,
Philip Smith, Lionel Soukaz,
Jack Tworkov, Massimo Vignelli,
Garry Winogrand

Douglas Crimp – Before Pictures
New York City 1967-1977

17 East 82nd Street, New York

August 2014

Daniel Buren, Charles James,
Antonio Lopez, Agnes Martin,
Joseph Cornell, Robert Smithson,
The Cockettes, Jack Smith,
Joan Jonas, Peter Hujar,
Alvin Baltrop, Gordon Matta-Clark,
Yvonne Rainer, Stefan Brecht,
Guy Hocquenghem, Esther Phillips,
Andy Warhol, Philip Smith,
Louise Lawler, Jack Goldstein,
Sherrie Levine, Robert Longo,
Cindy Sherman, J.J. Grandville,
Marcel Broodthaers,
David Wojnarowicz, Moyra Davey,
Sadie Benning, Donald Moffett,
Gran Fury, Silence=Death Project,
Gregg Bordowitz, Fierce Pussy,
Zoe Leonard & others

Pictures, Before and After –
An Exhibition for Douglas Crimp

Fasanenstraße 30, Berlin


Moyra Davey –

Moyra Davey

"Les Goddesses / Hemlock Forest"

2017, 125 pages, fully illustrated in color and b/w, Owrps,
24 x 16 cm

USD 29.95,-

This latest book by the artist Moyra Davey is based on two related group of works, Les Goddesses (2011) and Hemlock Forest (2016), which each take form through text, photography, and film. Layering introspection and personal narratives with meditations on the lives and works of other writers, filmmakers, and artists—ranging from 18th-century feminist writer and activist Mary Wollstonecraft to Chantal Akerman, and Moyra Davey’s own five sisters. The book is conceived and published in collaboration with the artist and Dancing Foxes Press. The book contains, alongside numerous reproductions, an introductory text by Aveek Sen and transcriptions of the texts for both film projects by the artist.