Closeness, Micki Meng, New York, New York. 2023

A two-person show curated by Michael Ned Holte with Caitlin Lonegan and Spencer Lewis.

Polychromic, OCHI, Sun Valley, Idaho. 2023

First solo exhibition at OCHI.

O Nobile Viridity, Various Small Fires, Dallas, Texas. 2023

A solo exhibition and first show at Various Small Fires.

hot, clear, scratchy, soft, Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder, Vienna, Austria. 2022

A solo exhibition continuing the series “Rainbow Paintings” which began in 2015.

“Caitlin Lonegan. hot, clear, scratchy, soft / Spencer Lewis. Bubbles.” 2022

A documentation of Caitlin Lonegan’s and Spencer Lewis’ shows at Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder with texts by Jurriaan Benschop and Max Maslansky. Edited by Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder, Vienna.

"Vito Schnabel St. Moritz Exhibits Caitlin Lonegan’s Vibrant Abstractions,” BlackBook. 2022

Review of “Blue Window.”

Blue Window, Vito Schnabel Gallery, St. Moritz, Switzerland. 2022

A solo exhibition featuring mostly large-scale works plus a suit of intimately-scaled pieces.

Bild: Wirklichkeit, Kunsthaus Mürz, Mürzzuschlag, Austria. 2022

A group show of abstract works curated by Helmut Swoboda.

These Days Part II, presented by Vito Schnabel Gallery, Sotheby’s, Beverly Hills, CA. 2022

A group show featuring modernist and contemporary artists curated by Vito Schnabel at Sotheby’s newly opened Beverly Hills gallery.

Interiors, Vito Schnabel Gallery, West Village, New York. 2021

A solo show and Caitlin Lonegan’s first at Vito Schnabel Gallery.

"The Class of 2021: Meet 6 Fast-Rising Artists Having Star Turns at This Year's Art Basel Miami Beach," Artnet News. 2021

Included in Artnet News Rising Artists for work at Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder’s Kabinett presentation at ABMB.

"Critics Picks'", Artforum. 2021

David Misteli reviews "4 pm, Firelight."

4 pm, Firelight, Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder, Vienna, Austria. 2021

Exhibition + OVR
On site: an installation a single painting with a suite of works on paper, mimicing the site of the work's production.
Located in Nächst St. Stephan's ground level Login space, visible from Grunangergasse.

Online: a selected introduction to the series, "Rainbow Paintings," made beginning in late 2018 and continuing to the present, including works displayed in Nächst St. Stephan's Login.

Points of View, Vielmetter Los Angeles, Culver City, CA. 2018

Part two of the series presentation, "Points of View, displayed in two galleries of Susanne Vielmetter's Culver City location.

Points of View, Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder, Vienna, Austria. 2018

Part one of the display of "Points of View," in nächst St. Stephan's three main gallery spaces.

"For Dorothea: Paintings, Drawings and Notes." 2018

A 272 page artist book by Caitlin Lonegan, with texts by Michael Ned Holte and Kavior Moon. Published by Verlag Fur Moderne Kunst.
Edited by Galerie Naechst St Stephan.
Distributed by D.A.P.

Abstract Painting Now! Gerhard Richter, Katharina Grosse, Sean Scully..., Kunsthalle Krems, Austria. 2017

A large-scale kunsthalle exhibition with accompanying catalog, featuring over 60 different contemporary approaches to abstraction, some of which are not abstract at all.
curated by Florien Steininger. Catalog produced by Koenig Books.

Wake Up Early Fear Death, Curated by Philipp Kaiser, Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder, Vienna, Austria. 2014

A three-person exhibition, curated by Philipp Kaiser as a part of Vienna's annual city-wide exhibition series "Curated by."
Includes the work of Laura Owens, Rebecca Morris, and Caitlin Lonegan.

Made in L.A., The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA. 2014

The second iteration of Los Angeles' successful biennial championing emerging and underrepresented artists making work in Los Angeles.
Curated by Connie Butler and Michael Ned Holte.

Caitlin Lonegan: 500 Words, Artforum. 2014

Caitlin Lonegan as told to Dawn Chan on

New American Paintings. 2013

Quarterly publication featuring emerging artists and images of their work.

Joan Mitchell Foundation. 2010

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Non-profit organization offering support to artists at various stages of their career.