Fiona Rae (britannique, née le 10 octobre 1963 à Hong Kong) est une artiste-peintre connue pour ses formes abstraites, ses couleurs vives et ses dessins hypnotiques. Elle déménage en Angleterre où elle étudie à l’université d’art de Croydon de 1983 à 1984 et à l’université Goldsmiths de 1984 à 1987, où elle est diplômée en 1987 d’une Licence en beaux-arts avec mention. En 1988, elle est l’une des artistes à participer à Freeze, l’exposition d’art organisée par Damien Hirst (birtannique, né en 1963). Le Freeze show lance le groupe d’artistes appelé Young British Artists (YBAs) dont Rae devient un membre important.

Elle est sélectionnée pour la 44e Biennale de Venise en 1990, nommée en 1991 pour le prix Turner à la Tate Gallery et en 1993 pour le prix Eliette von Karajan qui récompense les jeunes peintres en Autriche. Au début des années 2000, elle est intronisée à la Royal Academy of Art de Londres et désignée administratrice de la Tate Gallery. Elle est représentée par la galerie Pace à New York et Pékin, la galerie Obadia à Paris et Bruxelles, la galerie Timothy Taylor à Londres et la galerie Buchmann à Berlin. Son travail est exposé dans de nombreuses institutions artistiques à travers le monde telles que la Royal Academy of Arts et la Tate Modern à Londres, la galerie Corcoran à Washington, D.C.. Rae vit et travaille à Londres où elle enseigne la peinture à la Royal Academy of Arts.

Chronologie

1963
Born in Hong Kong
1983 – 1984
Croydon College of Art, London
1984 – 1987
Goldsmiths College, London
1991
Shortlisted for the Turner Prize, Tate Britain, London
1993
Shortlisted for the Eliette von Karajan Prize for the Young Painters, Austria
2002
Tate Modern Restaurant Commission, Shadowland, June 28
2002
Elected to Royal Academy, London
2003
BBC Commission, Signal, installation for Art Site, BBC Broadcasting
2003
House Public Art Programme, London, July 1–November 5
2005
Master Artist in Residence at Atlantic Center for the Arts, New Smyrna Beach, Florida
2005
Appointed Tate Artist Trustee, London
2007
Shortlisted for the Charles Wollaston Award at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition
2010
Curator of Invited Room, The 242nd Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK, June 14– August 22
2011
Appointed Professor of Painting for the Royal Academy Schools, London, UK
2011 – 2013
Tate Members’ Artist Commission, Tate, UK
Lives and works in London
Selected Public Collections
Arts Council of Great Britain
Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, England
British Council, London
Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon
Carré d’Art - Musée d’art contemporain, Nîmes
Contemporary Art Society, London
Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
The Essl Collection, Klosterneuburg, Austria
Fondation - Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean, Luxembourg
Fonds National d'Art Contemporain (FNAC), Paris
Fonds Régional d'Art Contemporain d'Ile de France
Fonds Régional d'Art Contemporain d’Auvergne, Clermont-Ferrand
Fundació ‘la Caixa’, Barcelona
Government Art Collection, London
Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin SMPK. Marx Collection
Musée Départemental de Rochechouart, Haute-Vienne, France
Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen, Germany
Museum of Modern Art, Sintra, Portugal. Berardo Collection
Sammlung Essl, Klosterneuburg, Germany
Southampton City Art Gallery, England
Stuyvesant Foundation, Amsterdam
Tate Collection, London
Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

Expositions

2012 – 2013
Encouter, The Royal Academy in Asia, Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore, Singapore, September 13–October 21; Katara Cultural Village Foundation, Doha, Qatar, December 6–March 6 (Catalogue)
2012
Fiona Rae: Maybe you can live on the moon in the next century, Leeds Art Gallery, Leeds, UK / New Art Gallery Walsall, UK (solo)
2012
Hors les Murs, Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Brussels, Belgium
2012
Outside In, Timothy Taylor Gallery, London, UK, May 18–June 13
2012
London Twelve, City Gallery Prague, The Stone Bell House, Prague, Czech Republic, June 29–September 23 (Catalogue)
2012
The 244th Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK, June 4–August 12 (Catalogue)
2012
RA Now, Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK, October 11-November 11 (Catalogue)
2011 – 2012
American and European Painting from the Marx Collection, Atlas Sztuki, Lódź, Poland
2011 – 2012
The Marx collection - a selection, Atlas Sztuki, Lodz, Poland (group)
2011
Buchmann Galerie, Berlin, Germany (solo)
2011
Unearthed, Warton House, London
2011
Without/Beyond Borders, Byzantine & Christian Museum, Athens, Greece
2011
The 243rd Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy, London
2011
Between Film and Art, Deutsche Kinemathek, Berlin, Germany
2009
Classified: Contemporary British Art from Tate Collection, Tate Britain, London
2009
Une Place au Soleil, Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Paris
2009
Antes de Ayer y Pasado Mañana; o lo que Puede ser Pintura Hoy, MACUF: Museo de Arte Contemporaneo Union Fenosa, La Coruna
2009
Plastic Culture: Legacies of Pop 1986 - 2008, Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston; The Exchange, Penzance (cat.)
2009
Ventriloquist, Timothy Taylor Gallery, London
2009
Splash the Stuff Down: Painting and Revelation, Leeds City Art Gallery, Leeds
2009
As I Run and Run, Happiness comes closer, Gallerie Nathalie Obadia, Paris (solo)
2008
Fiona Rae, Timothy Taylor Gallery, London, (Catalogue; text by Matthew Collings) (solo)
2008
Freeze 20, The Hospital Club, London, UK
2008
Paixons Privadas, Visions Publicas, Vigo: Museo de Arte Contemporanea de Vigo, Spain
2008
Summer Show, Timothy Taylor Gallery, London, UK
2008
Group Show, Gallerie Nathalie Obadiam Brussels
2007
Twilight Musings, One in the Other, London
2007
100 Jahre Kunsthalle Mannheim, Kunsthalle Mannheim, Germany
2007
The 239th Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy, London, (Catalogue)
2007
De leur temps (2) Art contemporain & collections privées en France, Musée de Grenoble, France, (Catalogue)
2006 – 2007
Pictograms: The Loneliness of Signs, Kunstmuseum Stuttgart, Germany, (Catalogue)
2006
Fiona Rae: You are the Young and the Hopeless, PaceWildenstein, New York, (Catalogue; text by Dave Hickey) (solo)
2006
Fiction @ Love / Forever Young Land, Museum of Contemporary Art, Shanghai, January 7–March 5, 2006. Concurrent with Fiction @ Love / Twinkling Stars, Bund 18 Creative Center, Shanghai, January 7–February 17, 2006. Traveled as: Fiction @ Love / Ultra New Vision of Contemporary Art, Singapore Art Museum, (Catalogue; texts by Victoria Lu, Lim Qinyi and Kim Sunhee)
2006
Full House: Faces of a Collection, Kunsthalle Mannheim, Germany
2006
Hot Spring … In Autumn, Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna
2006
VIP III: Arena der Abstraktion, Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen, Germany
2005 – 2006
Revelation: Reflecting British Art in the Arts Council Collection, Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
2005
Lorie Peters Lauthier Collects, Leonard Pearlstein Gallery, College of Media Arts and Design, Drexel University Gallery, Philadelphia
2005
Colours and Trips, Künstlerhaus Palais Thurn and Taxis, Bregenz, Austria, January 15–February 13, 2005. Traveled to: Museum der Stadt Ratingen, (Catalogue; text by Oliver Zybok)
2005
Blumenstück, Künstlers Glück: vom Paradiesgärtlein zur Prilblume, Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen, Germany, May 22–August 28 (Catalogue; texts by Gerhard Finck et al.)
2005
Ordering the Ordinary, Timothy Taylor Gallery, London
2005
Baroque and Neo-Baroque/“The Hell of the Beautiful,” Domus Atrium 02 (DA2), Fundación Salamanca Ciudad de Cultura, Spain, (Catalogue)
2005
Fiona Rae: Grotto, Buchmann Galerie, Cologne, (Catalogue; text by Ralf Christofori) (solo)
2004 – 2005
Direct Painting – Neue Kunsthalle IV, Kunsthalle Mannheim, Germany
2004 – 2005
Le Syndrome de Babylone, Centre d'Art Contemporain de la Villa du Parc, Annemasse, France
2004
Fiona Rae: Swag, Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Paris (Catalogue; text by Morgan Falconer) (solo)
2004
Paranormal, Aeroplastics Contemporary, Brussels
2004
Summer Eyes/Summarize, Jan Weiner, Kansas City
2003
Talking Pieces: text und bild in der neuen kunst, Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen, Germany, (Catalogue; text by Ute Riese)
2003
Painting Pictures: Painting and Media in the Digital Age, Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Germany, (Catalogue; texts by Annelie Lütgens, Frank Reijnders, Walter Seitter et al)
2003
Paintings: Arturo Herrera, Dennis Hollingsworth, Fiona Rae, Juan Uslé, Buchmann Galerie, Cologne
2003
A Bigger Splash: British Art from Tate 1960–2003, Pavilhão Lucas Nogueira Garcez, São Paulo, Brazil, (Catalogue)
2003
New Abstract Painting/Painting Abstract Now, Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen, Germany, (Catalogue; text by Ute Riese)
2003
Fiona Rae: Hong Kong Garden, Timothy Taylor Gallery, London, (Catalogue; text by Jennifer Higgie) (solo)
2002 – 2003
Fiona Rae, Carré d’Art, Musée d’Art Contemporain, Nîmes, France, (Catalogue; texts by Jean-Pierre Criqui and Simon Wallis; interview by Simon Wallis) (solo)
2001
Fiona Rae: New Paintings, Galerie Bob van Orsouw, Zurich (solo)
2001
Künsterlerräume / Sammlerräume, Kunstverein St Gallen im Kunstmuseum, Switzerland
2001
Hybrids: International Contemporary Painting, Tate Liverpool, (Catalogue; text by Simon Wallis)
2000
Zeitgenossen/Contemporaries: Malerei/Paintings, Galerie Edition Kunsthandel, Essen, Germany
2000
Europe: Different Perspectives in Painting/Europa: Differenti Prospettive nella Pittura, Museo Michetti, Palazzo San Domenico, Francavilla al Mare, Italy, (Catalogue)
2000
Aspectos de la Coleccion, Coleccion de Arte Contemporaneo, Fundación ‘La Caixa’, Madrid
2000
Fiona Rae, Buchmann Galerie, Cologne (solo)
2000
Fiona Rae, Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Paris (solo)
2000
Fiona Rae, fig-1, London, (Catalogue; edited by Mark Francis, Cristina Colomar and Christabel Stewart; interview by Mark Francis) (solo)
1999 – 2000
Colour Me Blind! Painting in the Age of Computer Games and Comics, Württembergischer Kunstverein, Stuttgart, November 13, 1999–January 16, 2000. Traveled to: Städtische Ausstellungshalle am Hawerkamp, Muenster, February 20–April 9, 2000; Dundee Contemporary Arts, Scotland, (Catalogue; text by Ralf Christofori)
1999 – 2000
‘45-99: A Personal View of British Painting and Sculpture, Kettle’s Yard Gallery, Cambridge, November 13–January 9, 2000. Traveled to: The City Gallery, Leicester, (Catalogue; text by Bryan Robertson)
1997 – 2000
Sensation: Young British Artists from The Saatchi Collection, Royal Academy of Arts, London, September 18–December 28, 1997. Traveled to: Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin, September 30, 1998–January 17, 1999; Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York, October 2, 1999–January 9, 2000. (Catalogue; texts by Brooks Adams, Norman Rosenthal, Richard Shone, Martin Maloney and Lisa Jardine)
1999
Reconciliations: Elizabeth Cooper, Stephen Davis, Fiona Rae, Juan Uslé, DC Moore Gallery, New York, (Catalogue; text by Jeffrey Hoffeld).
1999
Fiona Rae, Kohji Ogura Gallery, Nagoya, Japan, (Catalogue; text by Michael Tarantino) (solo)
1999
Fiona Rae, Luhring Augustine Gallery, New York (solo)
1998
UK Maximum Diversity, Galerie Krinzinger in der Benger Fabrik, Bregenz, Vienna, July 15–August 16, 1998. Traveled to: Atelierhaus der Akademie der bildenden Künste, Vienna, (Catalogue)
1998
Up to 2000, Southampton City Art Gallery, United Kingdom
1998
Inaugural Exhibition, Luhring Augustine Gallery, New York
1997 – 1998
Reset: Works of the Marx Collection, Hamburger Bahnhof, Museum of Contemporary Art, Berlin
1996 – 1998
About Vision: New British Painting in the 1990s, Museum of Modern Art, Oxford, November 10, 1996–February 23, 1997. Traveled to: The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, April 12–May 31, 1997; The Wolsey Art Gallery, Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich, September 6–October 19, 1997; Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. (Catalogue; includes artist statement)
1997
Fiona Rae (with Gary Hume), The Saatchi Gallery, London (Catalogue; text by Sarah Kent) (solo)
1997
Fiona Rae: New Paintings, The British School at Rome (solo)
1997
Fiona Rae, Luhring Augustine Gallery, New York (solo)
1997
Treasure Island, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal, (Catalogue)
1997
Ian Davenport, Michael Craig-Martin, Zebedee Jones, Michael Landy, Fiona Rae, Waddington Galleries, London
1997
Paintings and Sculpture, Luhring Augustine Gallery, New York
1996
Fiona Rae, Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin, (Catalogue; text by Richard Shone; interview with Daniel Richter) (solo)
1996
Nuevas Abstracciones, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Palacio de Velázquez, Madrid, April 25–June 23. Traveled to: Kunsthalle Bielefeld, Germany, July 2–September 8; Museu d'Art Contemporani, Barcelona, (Catalogue; texts by Enrique Juncosa, Arthur C. Danto and Demetrio Paparoni)
1995
Repicturing Abstraction: The Abducted Image, Marsh Art Gallery, University of Virginia, Richmond, January 20–February 26, 1995. (Catalogue; texts by Arthur C. Danto, Richard Waller, H. Ashley Kistler, Chris Gregson and Steven S. High.)
1995
From Here, Waddington Galleries and Karsten Schubert, London, (Catalogue; text by Andrew Wilson)
1995
Malerei. Sechs Bilder - Sechs Positionen/Painting. Six Pictures - Six Attitudes, Galerie Bugdahn und Kaimer, Düsseldorf
1995
Des limites du tableau: les possibles de la peinture, Musée Départemental de Rochechouart, Haute-Vienne, France, (Catalogue; texts by Jean-Marc Prévost and Ann Hindry)
1995
Fiona Rae, Waddington Galleries, London, (Catalogue; text by Richard Shone) (solo)
1992 – 1995
New Voices: Recent Paintings From the British Council Collection, Centre de Conference Albert Borschette, Brussels. Traveled to: Musée National d'Histoire et d'Art, Luxembourg and throughout Europe 1995. (Catalogue)
1994
Fiona Rae, John Good Gallery, New York, (Catalogue; text by Emma Dexter) (solo)
1994
Fiona Rae, Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Paris, France (solo)
1994
Unbound: Possibilities in Painting, Hayward Gallery, London (Catalogue; text by Adrian Searle)
1994
Chance, Choice and Irony, Todd Gallery, London. Traveled to: John Hansard Gallery, The University, Southampton, United Kingdom, (Catalogue; text by Tony Godfrey et al)
1994
Here and Now, Serpentine Gallery, London
1994
New Painting From the Arts Council Collection, Gallery Oriel, Dublin, July 16–August 14
1993 – 1994
Fiona Rae, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, December 17 –February 6 (Brochure; text by Emma Dexter) (solo)
1993 – 1994
Hardcore (the first part), Factual Nonsense, London, November 26 –January 29
1993 – 1994
A Decade of Collecting: Patrons of New Art Gifts 1983–1993, Tate Gallery, London, December 13 –January 18 (Catalogue)
1993
Moving into View; Recent British Painting, Work from the Arts Council Collection, Royal Festival Hall, London, April 6–May 23. Traveled throughout the United Kingdom.
1993
Nancy Haynes, James Hyde, Walter Obholzer, Fiona Rae, David Row, Karin Sander, Juan Uslé Leslie Wayne, John Good Gallery, New York, June – July
1993
Color, Pamela Auchincloss Gallery, New York
1992
Play Between Fear and Desire, Germans van Eck Gallery, New York
1992
Fiona Rae, Kunsthalle Basel, (Catalogue; text by Thomas Kellein) (solo)
1991 – 1992
John Moores Liverpool Exhibition Seventeen, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, (Catalogue)
1991 – 1992
The Contemporary Art Society: Eighty Years of Collecting, The Hayward Gallery, London, December 3 –January 19. Traveled to: Maclaurin Art Gallery, Ayr, Scotland, February 1–March 14; Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery; Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, Catalogue; texts by Judith Collins et al.)
1991
Who Framed Modern Art or the Quantitative Life of Roger Rabbit, Sidney Janis Gallery, New York, (Catalogue; texts by Tricia Collins and Richard Milazzo)
1991
Fiona Rae, Waddington Galleries, London, (Catalogue; essay by Stuart Morgan) (solo)
1991
British Art from 1930, Waddington Galleries, London, (Catalogue)
1991
Invitational, Tony Shafrazi Gallery, New York
1991
A View of London, Salzburger Kunstverein, Salzburg, (Catalogue; text by Michael Archer)
1991
Abstraction, Waddington Galleries, London
1991
La Metafisica della Luce, John Good Gallery, New York, (Catalogue; text by Demetrio Paparoni)
1991
Turner Prize Exhibition 1991, Tate Gallery, London, (Catalogue; text by Sean Rainbird)
1990
Fiona Rae, Third Eye Centre (now Centre for Contemporary Art), Glasgow, (Artist book) (solo)
1990
Fiona Rae, Pierre Bernard Gallery, Nice, France (solo)
1990
The British Art Show 1990, organized by Caroline Collier. McLellan Galleries, Glasgow, January 24–March 11. Traveled to: Leeds City Art Gallery; Hayward Gallery, London, (Catalogue; texts by Caroline Collier, Andrew Nairne and David Ward; includes artist statement)
1990
Aperto, 44th Biennale di Venezia, Venice, (Catalogue)
1990
Voorwerk 1, Witte de With, Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam, the Netherlands, (Artist box)
1990
Rudolf Fila, Tim Head, Alain Miller, Fiona Rae, Anthony Wilson, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
1989
New Year, New Talent ’89, Anderson O'Day Gallery, London
1988
Promises, promises, organized by the Serpentine Gallery, London. Traveled to: L’École de Nîmes, France, Catalogue; text by Adrian Searle)
1988
Freeze, Surrey Docks, London, (Catalogue; text by Ian Jeffrey)

Publications

2012
Maybe you can live on the moon in the next century, Leeds Art Gallery, Great Britain
2008
Paixons Privadas, Visions Publicas, (exhibition catalogue) Vigo: Museo de Arte Contemporanea de Vigo
2008
Fiona Rae, text by Matthew Collings, London: Timothy Taylor Gallery
2008
History in the Making: A Retrospective of the Turner Prize, text by Kondo Kenichi, Japan: Mori Art Museum
2007
Blume, Eugene & Husch, Anette, eds., Reset: Werke aus der Sammlung Marx, Berlin: Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart
2007
Button, Virginia, The Turner Prize. Revised Edition, London: Tate Publishing
2007
Roe, Sonia, ed. Oil Paintings in Public Ownership in the Government Art Collection, London: The Public Catalogue Foundation
2007
De leur temps (2) Art contemporain & collections privées en France (exhibition catalogue). Grenoble: Musée de Grenoble
2007
Montagu, Jemima, ed. Open Space: Art in the Public Realm in London 1995–2005. London: Arts Council England and Central London Partnership
2007
Woodrow, Bill, ed. Royal Academy Illustrated 2007 (exhibition catalogue). London: Royal Academy of Arts: 37, illustrated.
2006
Fiction @ Love (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Victoria Lu, Lim Qinyi and Kim Sunhee. Shanghai and Singapore: Museum of Contemporary Art; Singapore Art Museum
2006
Morris, Frances, ed. Tate Modern: The Handbook. Texts by Michael Craig-Martin, Andrew Marr and Sheena Wagstaff. London: Tate Publishing
2006
New Art on View. London: Scala Publishers, Ltd.
2006
Piktogramme: Die Einsamkeit der Zeichen / Pictograms: The Loneliness of Signs (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Marion Ackermann, Pirkko Rathgeber, Theodora Vischer, Hadwig Goez, Cara Schweitzer, Daniela Stöppel, Wolf Tegethoff, Ulrich Wilmes, Georges, Didi-Huberman, Tanja Zimmermann. Munich and Berlin: Deutscher Kunstverlag
2006
Richer, Francesca and Matthew Rosenzweig, eds. No. 1: First Works by 362 Artists. New York: D.A.P./Distributed Arts Publishers, Inc.: 304, illustrated.
2006
Fiona Rae: You are the Young and the Hopeless (exhibition catalogue). Text by Dave Hickey. New York: PaceWildenstein
2005
Baroque and Neobaroque: The Hell of the Beautiful (exhibition catalogue). Salamanca, Spain: DA2 Domus Atrium
2005
Blumenstück Künstlers Glück, Vom Paradiesgärtlein zur Prilblume (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Gerhard Finck, Gerhard Graulich, Alexandra Kolossa, Julia Lenz, Ute Riese. Leverkusen, Germany: Museum Morsbroich
2005
Colours and Trips (exhibition catalogue). Text by Oliver Zybok. Bregenz: Kunstlerhaus Palais Thurn and Taxis
2005
Fiona Rae: Grotto (exhibition catalogue). Text by Ralf Christofori. Cologne: Buchmann Galerie
2004
Fiona Rae: Swag (exhibition catalogue). Text by Morgan Falconer. Paris: Galerie Nathalie Obadia
2004
Tate Women Artists. Text by Alicia Foster. London: Tate Gallery Publishing: 237, illustrated
2003
A Bigger Splash: Arte Britânica da Tate 1960–2003 (exhibition catalogue). São Paulo: Connects Cultura
2003
Art at Regent’s Place. Text by Andrea Schlieker. London: The British Land Company
2003
Eliasch, Amanda. British Artists At Work. Texts by Gemma de Cruz, Kay Hartenstein-Saatchi and Martin Maloney. New York: Assouline Publishing
2003
Fiona Rae: Hong Kong Garden (exhibition catalogue). Text by Jennifer Higgie. London: Timothy Taylor Gallery
2003
New Abstract Painting/Painting Abstract Now (exhibition catalogue). Text by Ute Riese. Leverkusen, Germany: Museum Morsbroich
2003
Painting Pictures: Painting and Media in the Digital Age (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Annelie Lütgens, Frank Reijnders, Walter Seitter, Knut Ebeling, Ludwig Seyfarth, Raimar Stange, Wolf Jahn, Holger Broeker. Bielefeld: Kerber Verlag
2003
Talking Pieces: text und bild in der neuen kunst (exhibition catalogue). Text by Ute Riese. Leverkusen, Germany: Museum Morsbroich
2002
Adams, Dennis. Acquisitions 1992–2001. [Rochechouart]: Musée départemental d'art contemporain de Rochechouart
2002
Fiona Rae (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Jean-Pierre Criqui and Simon Wallis. Interview by Simon Wallis. Nîmes, France: Carré d’Art–Musée d’Art Contemporain
2001
de Corral, Maria and Josep Vilarasau ed. Catalogo E La Colleccion De Arte Contemporaneo Fundación ‘La Caixa’. Barcelona: Fundación ‘La Caixa’ De Pensiones
2001
Francis, Mark, Cristina Colomar and Christabel Stewart, eds. Fig-1: 50 Projects in 50 Weeks (exhibition catalogue). Interview by Mark Francis. London: fig-1 2000 Ltd. and Spafax Publishing
2001
Hybrids: International Contemporary Painting (exhibition catalogue). Text by Simon Wallis. Liverpool: Tate
2000
Europe: Different Perspectives in Paintings (exhibition catalogue). Francavilla al Mare, Italy: Museo Michetti
2000
Sinclair, Nicholas. Portraits of Artists. Text by Ian Jeffrey and Nicholas Sinclair in conversation with Robin Dance. Aldershot, Hampshire: Lund Humphries
1999
'45–99: A Personal View of British Painting and Sculpture (exhibition catalogue). Text by Bryan Robertson. Cambridge: Kettle’s Yard Gallery
1999
Artists. Photographs by Gautier Deblonde. Text by Mel Gooding. London: Tate Gallery Publishing, Ltd.
1999
Color Me Blind! Painting in the Age of Computer Games and Comics (exhibition catalogue). Text by Ralf Christofori. Stuttgart: Württembergischer Kunstverein
1999
Fiona Rae (exhibition catalogue). Text by Michael Tarantino. Nagoya, Japan: Kohji Ogura Gallery
1999
Reconciliations: Elizabeth Cooper, Stephen Davis, Fiona Rae, Juan Uslé (exhibition catalogue). Text by Jeffrey Hoffeld. New York: DC Moore Gallery
1999
Reconciliations: Elizabeth Cooper, Stephen Davis, Fiona Rae, Juan Uslé (exhibition catalogue). Text by Jeffrey Hoffeld. New York: DC Moore Gallery
1999
Stallabrass, Julian. High Art Lite: British Art in the 1990s. London and New York: Verso
1998
Muller, Brian, ed. UK Maximum Diversity (exhibition catalogue). Austria: Galerie Krinzinger
1997
Buck, Louisa. Moving Targets: A User’s Guide to British Art Now. London: Tate Gallery Publishing
1997
Button, Virginia. The Turner Prize. London: Tate Gallery Publishing
1997
Collings, Matthew. Blimey! From Bohemia to Britpop, the London Artworld from Francis Bacon to Damien Hirst. Cambridge, United Kingdom: 21 Publishing
1997
Confrontation (exhibition catalogue). Paris: Galerie Nathalie Obadia
1997
Fiona Rae/Gary Hume (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Sarah Kent. London: Saatchi Gallery
1997
Sensation: Young British Artists from The Saatchi Collection (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Brooks Adams, Norman Rosenthal, Richard Shone, Martin Maloney and Lisa Jardine. London: Thames and Hudson in association with the Royal Academy of Arts
1997
Shand Kydd, Johnnie. Spit Fire: Photographs from the Art World, London, 1996/7. London and New York: Thames and Hudson; Violette Editions
1997
Treasure Island (exhibition catalogue). Lisbon: Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian
1996
About Vision: New British Painting in the 1990s (exhibition catalogue). Includes artist statement. Oxford: Museum of Modern Art
1996
Díaz de Rábago, Belén, ed. Nuevas Abstracciones (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Enrique Juncosa, Arthur C. Danto and Demetrio Paparoni. Madrid and Barcelona: Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía; Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona
1996
Made In London: A Collection of Works by London Based Artists Made in the 1990s. London: Simmons and Simmons
1996
Morgan, Stuart. “Fiona Rae: Playing for Time.” In What the Butler Saw. Edited by Ian Hunt. London: Durian Publications
1996
Schmitz, Britta. “Fiona Rae” In Sammlung Marx. Edited by Heiner Bastian. Berlin: Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart
1996
Chadwick, Whitney. Women, Art, and Society. 2nd ed., rev. and expanded. London: Thames and Hudson
1995
Art and Design: British Art - Defining the 90s. London: Academy Editions
1995
Fiona Rae (exhibition catalogue). Text by Richard Shone. London: Waddington Galleries
1995
From Here (exhibition catalogue). Text by Andrew Wilson. London: Waddington Galleries and Karsten Schubert
1995
Des Limites du Tableau: Les Possibles de la Peinture (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Jean-Marc Prévost and Ann Hindry. Rochechouart: Musée Départmental du Rochechouart
1995
Repicturing Abstraction (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Arthur C. Danto, Richard Waller, H. Ashley Kistler, Chris Gregson and Steven S. High. Richmond, Virginia: Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University: 43, illustrated.
1994
Chance, Choice and Irony (exhibition catalogue ). Texts by Tony Godfrey et al. London: Todd Gallery and John Hansard Gallery
1994
Shark Infested Waters: The Saatchi Collection of British Art in the 90s. Text by Fiona Rae. London: Zwemmer Publishing
1994
Unbound: Possibilities in Painting (exhibition catalogue). Text by Adrian Searle. London: Hayward Gallery, The South Bank Centre
1993
A Decade of Collecting: Patrons of New Art Gifts 1983–1993 (exhibition catalogue). London: Tate Gallery
1993
Fiona Rae (exhibition brochure). Text by Emma Dexter. London: Institute of Contemporary Arts
1992
The Contemporary Art Society: Eighty Years of Collecting (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Judith Collins et al. London: Herbert Press in association with the Contemporary Art Society
1992
Fiona Rae (exhibition catalogue). Text by Thomas Kellein. Basel: Kunsthalle Basel
1992
New Voices: New Works for the British Council Collection (exhibition catalogue). London: British Council
1991
British Art from 1930 (exhibition catalogue). London: Waddington Galleries
1991
Fiona Rae (exhibition catalogue). Text by Stuart Morgan. London: Waddington Galleries
1991
John Moores Liverpool Exhibition Seventeen (exhibition catalogue). Liverpool: National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside; Walker Art Gallery
1991
La Metafisica della Luce (exhibition catalogue). Text by Demetrio Paparoni, translated from the Italian by John Stezka. New York: John Good Gallery
1991
Turner Prize Exhibition 1991: An Exhibition of Work by Shortlisted Artists: Ian Davenport, Anish Kapoor, Fiona Rae [and] Rachel Whiteread (exhibition catalogue). Text by Sean Rainbird. London: Tate Gallery Publications
1991
A View of London (exhibition catalogue). Text by Michael Archer. Salzburg: Salzburger Kunstverein
1991
Who Framed Modern Art or The Quantitative Life of Roger Rabbit (exhibition catalogue). Text by Tricia Collins and Richard Milazzo. New York: Sidney Janis Gallery
1990
Aperto (exhibition catalogue). Venice: La Biennale di Venezia
1990
The British Art Show 1990 (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Caroline Collier, Andrew Nairne and David Ward; includes artist statement. London: South Bank Centre: 92–93, illustrated
1990
Contemporary London. Cologne: Nordstern Versicherungen AG
1990
Fiona Rae (artist book). Glasgow: Third Eye Centre
1990
Voorwerk 1 (artist box). Rotterdam: Witte de With, Center for Contemporary Art
1989
Promises, promises (exhibition catalogue). Text by Adrian Searle. London: Serpentine Gallery
1988
Freeze (exhibition catalogue). Text by Ian Jeffrey. London: s.n.