Born in New Zealand, 1977

Lives and works in Auckland, New Zealand

 

EDUCATION 

 

1996 - 1999 Bachelor of Fine Arts, The University of Auckland, New Zealand

2000 - 2001 Master of Fine Arts, The University of Auckland, New Zealand

 

EXHIBITIONS  

 

2017

The Future Machine, Tauranga Art Gallery, Tauranga, New Zealand (group) 

Things I Have Seen, Youkobo Art Space, Tokyo, Japan 

Headlands Sculpture on the Gulf, Auckland, New Zealand 

Yellow Moon: He Marama Kōwhai, Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū, Christchurch, New Zealand (group)

Things I Have Seen, Starkwhite Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (solo)

Video Contemporary, Sydney Contemporary, Sydney, Australia 

Art Los Angeles Contemporary, Los Angeles, USA, exhibited with Starkwhite Gallery (group)

 

2016

Encounters, Art Basel Hong Kong, Hong Kong 

Precarious Balance, Center of Contemporary Art, Christchurch, New Zealand (group)

Performance Portraits, Auckland Art GalleryToi o Tāmaki, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

The First Flower People, Nathan Homestead Manurewa Arts Centre, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

Material Candour, Starkwhite Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (with Gavin Hipkins and Daniel von Sturmer)

Intellectual Fashion Show, Gus Fisher Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

Certainty Very Merry: Group Show, Tim Melville Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

 

2015

Extra Ordinary Everyday, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

The Brain, Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

Headlands Sculpture on the Gulf, Auckland, New Zealand 

 

2014

The Social Life of Things, Auckland Art GalleryToi o Tāmaki, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

Conversations, Pearce Gallery, Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design, Auckland, New Zealand (solo)

Anatomy Is Not Destiny, Shop 16 St. Kevins Arcade, Auckland, New Zealand (group) 

 

2013

Freedom Farmers, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

As Many Structures As I Can: Works from the Chartwell Collection, The Dowse Art Museum, Wellington, New Zealand (group)

All the things I did, Starkwhite Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (solo)

Attempts,Starkwhite Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (solo)

Hazewinkel/Maloy, Breeze Block Shop 10, Sydney, Australia (with Andrew Hazewinkel)

 

2012

Asia Pacific Triennial, Queensland Art Gallery Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australian 

Blue or Yellow?,Children Arts Center, Queensland Art Gallery/ Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia 

Made Active: works from the Chartwell Collection, Auckland Art GalleryToi o Tāmaki, New Zealand (group)

Raw Workings, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (solo)

Never Mind the Pollocks, Paul Nache Gallery, Gisborne, New Zealand (group) 

Never Mind the Pollocks, St Paul St Gallery- Gallery 3, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

 

2011

Art in Public Space: SCAPE Biennial, Christchurch, New Zealand

Catching Trucks,Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne, Australia (group)

Toi Aotearoa: Works from the Collection, Auckland Art GalleryToi o Tāmaki, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

Thinking Through the Body,Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (with Sriwhana Spong, Christian Jankowski)

Drift of Summer,RM Gallery and Projects, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

Auckland Art Fair, Auckland, New Zealand, exhibited with Sue Crockford Gallery (group)

Nature Videos, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (with Christian Jankowski, Boyd Webb)

 

2010

Ready to Roll, City Gallery Wellington Te Whare Toi, New Zealand (group)

Mille-Fleur, The Suter Art Gallery Te Aratoi o Whakatū,Nelson, New Zealand (group)

Attempts, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (solo)

Headlands Centre of the Arts Open House Summer, Headlands Center of the Arts, San Francisco, USA 

Tree Hut,100 College Hill Road, Auckland, New Zealand  

 

2009

Raw Attempts, ARTSPACE, Auckland, New Zealand (solo)

Blue Planet, Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetū, Christchurch, New Zealand (group)

For Keeps: Sampling recent acquisitions, Auckland Art GalleryToi o Tāmaki, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

Nothing Nothing Something, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (solo)

Various Artists, Window, The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

Collage, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

Auckland Art Fair, Auckland, New Zealand, exhibited with Sue Crockford Gallery (group) 

Gallery Artists,Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

Waikato Art Awards, Waikato Museum of Art and HistoryTe Whare Taonga o Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand 

Wallace Art Awards, Aotea Center, Auckland, New Zealand 

Wallace Art Awards 2009, The Dowse Art Museum, Wellington, New Zealand 

 

2008

New Work Old Work: Video works 1998-2008, New Zealand Film Archive Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand (solo)

Yellow Grotto, Physics Room, Christchurch, New Zealand 

Current08,River Beats Arts Festival, Sydney, Australia 

Yellow Grotto Raw Material, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (solo)

New Photography, Gallery9, Sydney, Australia (group)

Waikato Art Awards, Waikato Museum of Art and History, Hamilton, New Zealand 

Tree Hut, Woollaston Estate, Nelson, New Zealand 

 

2007 

Duo, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (with Ani O’Neill)

Auckland Art Fair, Auckland, New Zealand, exhibited with Sue Crockford Gallery (group)

Mirror Poles,Sue Crockford Gallery Projects, Auckland, New Zealand 

Existence Life According to Art,Waikato Museum of Art and History, Hamilton, New Zealand (group) 

Multiples Cabinet, City Gallery Wellington Te Whare Toi, New Zealand 

Kissing Booth Touching Cage, Michael Lett, Auckland, New Zealand (art party)

 

2006

Summer Daze, NEW Gallery Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, Auckland, New Zealand(group)

Snow Balls & Jam Spoon, Square2 City Gallery Wellington Te Whare Toi, New Zealand 

Snow Balls & Jam Spoon, View Finder, NZ Film Archive, New Zealand  

Next Wave Arts Festival, Melbourne, Australia 

Accommodate, St. Paul Street Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

Mobile Phone Project, Blue Oyster Gallery, Dunedin, New Zealand (group)

Melbourne Art Fair, Melbourne, Australia, exhibited with Sue Crockford Gallery (group)

Group Show, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

Small Works, Art Department, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

 

2005 

World Famous in New Zealand,Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Canberra, Australia (group)

Remember New Zealand, Artspace, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

Constructions,Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (solo)

Probable Worlds, 64zero Gallery, Christchurch, New Zealand (group)

Up and Coming: works form the collection,Wallace Trust Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand 

Club Foot, Hawker Street, Wellington, New Zealand (group)

Wallace Art Awards, Wallace Trust Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand 

 

2004

Remember New Zealand, Sao Paulo Biennial, Sao Paulo, Brazil 

Cats and Dogs: works from the collection, Auckland Art GalleryToi o Tāmaki, Auckland, New Zealand 

History Now,Te Tui the Mark, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

Tree Hut, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (solo)

28 Compositions,View Finder, New Zealand Film Archive Auckland, Auckland,New Zealand 

Duets,Ramp Gallery, Hamilton, New Zealand (group)

National Drawing Award, Artspace, Auckland, New Zealand 

National Drawing Award, Physics Room, Christchurch, New Zealand 

Kissing Booth Touching Cage,Artspace, Auckland, New Zealand (art party)

Kissing Booth, Michael Lett, Auckland, New Zealand (art party)

 

2003 

New Work,AKO3 Arts Festival, Auckland, New Zealand 

Waikato Art Awards, Waikato Museum of Art and HistoryTe Whare Taonga o Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand 

Seals on the Rocks,Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (solo)

Gallery Artists, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

 

2002 

Wedding Dress Project,Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (with Karen Walker)

Wedding Dress Project, NEW Gallery Auckland Art GalleryToi o Tāmaki(Window), Auckland, New Zealand (with Karen Walker)

The Future of Auckland,ARTSPACE, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

Video, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland New Zealand (group)

White,Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

Flora and Fauna, RM 401, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

Fertilizer,High Street Project, Christchurch, New Zealand (with Kate Newby, Jeremy O'Sullivan)

dTail: Adornment Show, Mataora Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand

 

2001 

Blue Dog, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (Solo)

Wallace Art Awards, NEW Gallery Auckland Art GalleryToi o Tāmaki, Auckland, New Zealand 

Off White, George Fraser Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

Bloom, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

Summer, Sue Crockford Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

24.0.7,Light Box Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (with Steve Carr)

Heroes, Light Box Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand (group)

911, Elam School of Fine Arts Sculpture Show, Dominion Road, Auckland, New Zealand 

 

2000

Third Floor, Elam Sculpture Show, Landmark House, Auckland, New Zealand 

Wallace Art Awards, Wallace Trust Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand 

 

1999

SHOW, Elam Sculpture Show, Sunday School Building, Auckland, New Zealand 

 

1998

Slide Show, Elam Sculpture Show, George Courts Building, Auckland New Zealand 

 

RESIDENCIES 

 

Youkobo Art Space, Tokyo, Japan, 2017

Headlands Center of the Arts, San Francisco, USA, 2010

Artspace, Sydney, Australia, 2008

 

COLLECTIONS 

 

Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki, Auckland, New Zealand

Chartwell Collection Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki, Auckland, New Zealand

Price Waterhouse Coopers, Auckland, New Zealand

Wallace Arts Trust, Auckland, New Zealand

 

PUBLICATIONS 

 

Things I Have Seen, published by Youkobo Art Space, exhibition/ residency catalogue, text by Zara Stanhope, 2017 (illustrated).

All the things I did, published by Starkwhite Gallery, exhibition catalogue, text by Henry Davidson, 2014 (illustrated).

Attempts, published by Starkwhite Gallery, exhibition catalogue, text by Franklin Melendez, 2013 (illustrated).

Raw Workings, published by Sue Crockford Gallery, exhibition catalogue, text by Michael Ned Holte, 2012.

Nothing Nothing Something,published by Sue Crockford Gallery, exhibition catalogue, text by Allan Smith, 2009 (illustrated).

Constructions, published by Sue Crockford Gallery, exhitbion catalogue, text by Chante Inglis, 2005 (illustrated).

Tree Hut, published by Sue Crockford Gallery, exhibition catalogue, text by Sriwhana Spong, 2004 (illustrated).

Richard Maloy + Karen Walker, published by Sue Crockford Gallery, exhibition catalogue, text by Louise Poppelwell, 2002 (illustrated). 

BIBLIOGRAPHY 

 

Antionette, Michelle: “The Seventh Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art Between Ephemerality and Permanence,” Art Asia Pacific, issue no. 82, 2013, pp. 114-115 (illustrated). 

Amery, Mark: “Kookiness abounds,” The Diominion Post, 10 June 2010 (illustration only).

Amery, Mark: “Wellington Survey of up and comers,” www.eyecontactsite.com, Eye Contact, 16 June 2010 (review, illustrated).

Art News New Zealand, “un masking the art-making process,” volume 30, no. 4, 2010 pp. 106-108 (writing by the artist, illustrated).

Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, “Freedom Farmers: Richard Maloy Tree Hut #5,” www.aucklandartgallery.com, video interview, 4 November 2013.  

Asia New Zealand Foundation, “Artist molds memories in clay on Tokyo residency,” www.asianz.org.nz, interview, 18 September 2017. 

Bell, Andrea: “Richard Maloy Big Yellow,” in APT7 Asia Pacific Triennial, Queensland Art Gallery Gallery of Modern Art, 2013, pp. 158-159 (illustrated). 

Berger, Tobias (editor): Remember New Zealand, Artspace Auckland, 2004, p. 14 (illustration only). 

Braddock, Christopher: “The force of Impoteniality: Richard Maloy and Bruce Nauman,” in Performing Contagious Bodies Ritual Participation in Contemporary Art, Palgrave MacMillan, 2013 pp. 129-151 (illustrated). 

Brown, Phil: ‘Shock and awe’, Brisbane News, 19thDecember 2012, p. 25 (illustrated). 

Brown, Warwick: “richard maloy,” in Seen This Century: 100 Contemporary New Zealand Artists, Random House New Zealand Ltd, 2009 pp. 244-247 (illustrated).

Bugden, Emma: “Raw Attempts,” Artspace Auckland, poster/exhibition catalogue, 2009 (illustrated).

Bugden, Emma: “Raw Attempts,” www.artspace.org.nz, Artspace Auckland, December 2009.  

Bugden, Emma (editor): Volume 2, Artspace Auckland, 2012, pp. 1-4 (illustrations only).

Carmichael, Kelly/ Stanhope, Zara (editors): “2017 Headland Sculpture on the Gulf,” Headlans Sculpture on the Gulf, exhitbion catalogue, 2017, pp. 10-11 (illustrated).

Clifford, Andrew: “Massive attack,” The New Zealand Herald, 19 January 2013. 

Coney, Hamish: “Two New Zealand Photographers,” in Content Art+Object, Art+Object, issue no. 2, 2014, p. 51 (illustrated). 

Conland, Natasha: “Fat Test,” www.suecrockford.com, Sue Crockford Gallery, exhibition text, July 2008. 

Conland, Natasha (editor): Made Active: The Chartwell Show, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, exhibition catalogue, 2012, p. 139 (illustration only). 

Chitham, Karl: “White Rainbow,” Ramp Gallery, exhibition catalogue, 2018 (illustrated).  

Church, Rachael (editor): Black Magazine, artist page, October 2008 (illustration only).

Daly-Peoples, John: “Freedom Farmers: A new crop of artists,” National Business Review, November 2013 (illustrated).  

Daly-Peoples, John: “Headland – The Big sculpture show on Waiheke,” National Business Review, January 2015. 

Davidson, Henry: “All the things I did: Richard Maloy,” Starkwhite Gallery, exhibition catalogue, 2014.

Dekker, Diana: “Gymnasums of the mind,” The Dominion Post New Zealand, 18 October 2013. 

Eggleton, David: “The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art,” Art New Zealand, number 145, 2013 (illustrated). 

Fairley, Gina: “Magical Thinking The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art,” Eyeline, issue 78/79, 2013, pp. 64-68 (illustrated).

Fields, Max/ Orangias, Joe Joe (editors): Public Communication: Performing Knowledge of the Body, Suplex Projects, 2015, pp. 62-65 (writing by the artist). 

Flower, Rhoda: “History Now,” Te Tuhi the Mark, exhibition catalogue, 2004 (illustrated). 

Frangenhem, Frances: “Richard Maloy,” Map Magazine, December 2012, p.46 (illustrated). 

Freeman, Lynn: “Richard Maloy’s Recent Fulbright Residency,” National Radio New Zealand, 17 October 2010. 

Freeman, Lynn: “Cardboard Artist Richard Maloy,” National Radio New Zealand, 16 December 2012.  

French, Blair (editor): “Scape 2010 Volume One: Guide and Reader’” Art and Industry Biennial Trust, exhibition catalogue, 2010, pp. 52-53 (illustrated).

Frost, Andrew: “Dead Set,”www.theartlife.com.au, The Art Life, 19 January 2009 (review, illustrated).

Genoux, Isabelle: “Big Yellow makes an impact at the Asia Pacific Triennial in Brisbane,” ABC Radio Australia, 11 December 2013.  

Glass-Kantor, Alexie: “In Pictures Encounters In the middle of Everthing,” Art Newspaper, March 2016 (illustrated).

Grant, Alexis: “Tree Hut Nurtures the Child Within,” The New Zealand Herald, 11 October 2004 (illustrated). 

Hanfling, Edward: “Problems Confronted Paintings: Turned Inside Out,” Art New Zealand, number 114, 2012, pp. 28-39 (illustrated). 

Hanfling, Edward: “Dig for Victory” New Zealand Listener, volume 241, issue no. 3887, November 2013, pp 44-45 (review) 

Headlands Sculpture on the Gulf, “2015 Headlands Sculpture on the Gulf,” exhibition catalogue, 2015, pp. 28-29 (illustrated).

Headlands Sculpture on the Gulf, “Meet Richard Maloy selected artist for 2017 headland Sculpture on the Gulf,” www.sotg.nz, video interview, 18 January 2015.

Hona, Calvin: “Sculpture on the Gulf,” The Gulf News, 19January 2017.

Hurrell, John: “Maloy Revisits Art School,” www.eyecontactsite.com, Eye Contact, 24 November 2013 (review, illustrated). 

Hurrell, John: “To be used in Evidence,” www.eyecontactsite.com, Eye Contact, 17 July 2012 (review, illustrated). 

Hurrell, John: “Thinking about the Body,” www.eyecontactsite.com, Eye Contact, 6 July 2011 (review, illustrated). 

Hurrell, John: “Earlyish Video Works,” www.eyecontactsite.com, Eye Contact, 3 November 2011 (review, illustrated). 

Hurrell, John: “Groping for Retinal Satisfaction and Meaning,” www.eyecontactsite.com, Eye Contact, 19 November 2010 (review, illustrated). 

Hurrell, John: “Maloy/Patterson/Steyerl,” www.eyecontactsite.com, Eye Contact, 28 December 2009 (review, illustrated). 

Hurrell, John: “An Excremental Vision,” www.eyecontactsite.com, Eye Contact, 1 July 2009 (review, illustrated). 

Hurrell, John: “Cholesterol-laden Paintings,” www.eyecontactsite.com, Eye Contact, 23 July 2008 (review, illustrated). 

Inglis, Chante: “Constructions” www.suecrockford.com, Sue Crockford Gallery, exhibition text, May 2005. 

Keehan, Reuben (editor): Column 3, Artspace Sydney, 2009, pp. 107-121 (illustrations only).

Kihara, Yuki/ O’Neill, Ani (editors): “dTail: Adornment Show” exhitbion catalogue, 2002 (illustration only).

Kippalani, Amita: “Catching Trucks,” Gertrude Contemporary, exhibition catalogue, 2011 (illustrated). 

Kjarr, M. J.: “Accommodate,” ST PAUL St Gallery, exhibition catalogue, February 2006 p. 2 (illustrated). 

Laird, Tessa: “Duo,” www.suecrockford.com, Sue Crockford Gallery, exhibition text, June 2007.  

Lettau, Paris: “On the World Stage Richard Maloy,” Art Collector, issue no. 79, 2017, pp. 84-85 (illustrated). 

McIntosh, Clare (editor): Art and Ideas 2015, Auckland Art GalleryToi o Tāmaki, 2016, p.77 (illustration only)

McNamara, T.J.: “Big Reputations Go on the Lines,” The New Zealand Herald, 21 February 2010 (review, illustrated). 

McNamara T. J.: “Works Dull or Delight as Tradition Revisited,” The New Zealand Herald, 20 November 2010 (review).  

McNamara T. J.: “Mythical Creatures in a Modern World,” The New Zealand Herald, 13 July 2009 (review). 

McNamara T. J.: “Imagination goes back to the beginning,” The New Zealand Herald, 9August 2008 (review, illustrated). 

McNamara T. J.: “The galleries: Childhood games and stamps of approval,” The New Zealand Herald, 11 May 2005 (review, illustrated). 

McNamara T. J.: “The galleries: Photos without the Camera,” The New Zealand Herald, 5 August 2003 (review). 

McNamara T. J.: “Between a Rock and a soft place,” The New Zealand Herald, 17 June 2002 (review, illustrated). 

McNamara T. J.: “Strange beauty in sordid snaps,” The New Zealand Herald, 9 July 2001 (review, illustrated). 

Ned Holte, Michael: “Never Not Working,” www.suecrockford.com, Sue Crockford Gallery, exhibition text, July 2012. 

Melendez, Franklin: “Richard Maloy Take 1,” www.suecrockford.com, Sue Crockford Gallery, exhibition text, November 2010.  

McCuaig, Nicole: “Art without Borders,” Network Ten Australia, documentary, screened 2 February 2013.  

Orbell, Lucy: “Ready to Roll,” National Radio New Zealand, 23 May 2010.  

Montgomery, Kate: “Green Structure 2,” in 6th SCAPE Volume Two: Artists Projects, Art & Industry Biennial Trust, exhibition catalogue, 2012 pp. 42-49 (illustrated). 

Patrick, Martin: “Jankowski/Maloy/Spong,” www.suecrockford.com, Sue Crockford Gallery, exhibition text, June 2011.  

Patrick, Martin: “Try and Try Again,” Contemporary visual art + culture Broadsheet, volume no. 39.3, September 2010, pp. 190-192 (illustrated).

Poppelwell, Louise: “Richard Maloy + Karen Walker,” Sue Crockford Gallery, exhibition catalogue, 2003 (illustrated). 

Queensland Art Gallery Gallery of Modern Art, “APT7-Richard Maloy - Artist Interview,” www.qagoma.qld.gov.au, video interview, 18 December 2012.  

Queensland Art Gallery Gallery of Modern Art, “Student Choice: Richard Maloy,” www.qagoma.qld.gov.au, video interview, 28 January 2013.  

Read, Christina (editor): The Brain, Split Fountain and Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery, exhibition catalogue, 2015, p.19 (illustration only). 

Reid, Felicity: “Artist heads to the US,” Nor-west News, cover story, 6 October 2009 (illustrated). 

Ruben Reyes, Juan: “Tree Hut,” published in Freedom Farmers: New Zealand Artists Growing Ideas, exhibition catalogue, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, 2013 p. 15 (illustrated). 

Rothwell, Kimberly: “Chairman of the Cardboard,” The Dominion Post, 3 June 2010 (illustrated). 

Smith, Allan: “Purveyor of Tradition,” Sue Crockford Gallery, exhibition catalogue, June 2009 (illustrated). 

Spong, Sriwhana: “Tree Hut,” Sue Crockford Gallery, exhibition catalogue, October 2004 (illustrated).

Stanhope, Zara: “Found in Translation,” Youkobo Artspace, exhibition/ residency catalogue,, July 2017 (illustrated). 

Stanhope, Zara: “it ain’t necessarily so….,” in  World Famous in New Zealand, Canberra Contemporary Artspace, exhibition catalogue, 2005, pp. 3-5 (illustrated).

Stephens, Jasmain: “The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art,” Eyeline, issue no. 78/79, 2013 pp. 77-81 (illustrated). 

Sue Crockford Gallery, “Sue Crockford Gallery,” gallery catalogue, 2002 (illustrations only).

Terry Jones (editor): i-D Magazine, no. 242, April 2004 (illustrated).

Tyler, Linda (editor): “Costume to promote the marriage of audacity to simplicity” in Intellectual Fashion Show 2016, Blikfag Art and Antiques and New Zealand Fashion Museum, exhibition catalogue, 2016, pp.20 (illustrated).

Williams, Mark: “All the things I did- an interview with Richard Maloy,” www.circuit.org.nz, Circuit Artist Film and Video Aotearoa New Zealand, interview, 8April 2015.

Wilson, Leafa: “The Curator as Mythologist and storyteller: an exhibition myth unfolds,” in Existence Life According to Art, exhitbion catalogue, Ramp Press and Waikato Museum, 2007 pp.23-29.

Wilson, Leafa (editor): Existence Life According to Art, Ramp Press and Waikato Museum, exhitbion catalogue, 2007 p.46 (illustration only).