Born: Miami, Florida, 1967

Resides: Los Angeles, California

Education: George Washington University (B.A., 1989)


Selected Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions



"Greatest Hits," Arcadia Missa, London (January 16-February 13).



"Come & Go," Blum & Poe, Los Angeles.



"Feelings and How to Destroy Them," Feldman Gallery, Portland Institute for Contemporary Art at Pacific Northwest College of Art, Oregon.



"We Made This Disaster Together," Deborah Schamoni, Munich.



"G.L.O.W. Match 4: Gone Livin Out West," Commonwealth and Council, Los Angeles.

"Community Action Center," Feminist Art Gallery, Toronto.


Selected Group Exhibitions



"The Art of Our Time," Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.



"More Real Than Reality Itself," Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston.

"Made in L.A.," Hammer Museum, Los Angeles.

Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.

"New Dawn," Silberkuppe, Berlin.



"Flaming Days in a Rented World," Institute of Contemporary Arts, London.

"A Gay Bar Called Everywhere (with costumes and no practice)," The Kitchen, New York.

"Bodily Choreography," Zacheta National Gallery of Art, Warsaw.

"Feeling Bad," Swiss Pavilion/Teatro Fondamenta Nuove, Venice Biennale.

"Dance/Draw," Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston.

"Thanks for Explaining Me," Gladstone Gallery, New York.


Selected Bibliography



Diehl, Travis. "A. L. Steiner: Come & Go," Artforum online (July).

Daderko, Dean. "Your Feelings Are Your Fault," Aperture (Spring).



Miranda, Carolina. "LA: Land of Artists," Los Angeles Times California Sunday Magazine (October 5).

Bryant, Eric. "Teamwork: A. L. Steiner's Intensely Collaborative Practice," Modern Painters (June).

Haines, Chelsea. "Managing Impossibility," Mousse (April).

Baran, Jessica. "Thank God It's Not Abstract," Hyperallergic (March 19).



Solomon, Virginia. "What Is Love?: Queer Subcultures and the Political Present," e-flux (April).

Nordeen, Bradford. "Sex Tools: New Queer Narratives as Community Action Cinema," Afterimage (March/April).



Cornell, Lauren. "Community Action Center," Little Joe (Spring).



Velasco, David. "Queer Eyes," Artforum (November).

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