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Essays & Reviews

"Paul Pfeiffer’s Retrospective Shows How Spectacles Have Become Our Culture’s New Religion," Art in America (January 10, 2024).

"The Fire, the Couch, and the Clit Ring: Kaari Upson at Sprüth Magers," Art in America (October 15, 2022).

"'Witch Hunt' at the Hammer Museum and Institute of Contemporary Art," Art in America (February 3, 2022).

"Body Image: New Sculpture at Various Small Fires," Art in America (July 2021).

"Raymond Pettibon at Regen Projects," Art in America (January 2021).

"Ken Ehrlich at Human Resources Los Angeles,” Art in America (April 2020): 86-87.

"Fine Lines," Off Topic vol. 4 (January 2020): 2-5.

“Christopher Myers at Fort Gansevoort Los Angeles,” (January 10, 2020).

“Suzanne Lacy Wants You to Shut Up and Listen,” (May 2019).

“Charlotte Posenenske: Chronology of Works,” with Matilde Guidelli-Guidi, in Charlotte Posenenske: Work in Progress. Edited by Jessica Morgan and Alexis Lowry. New York: Dia Art Foundation, 2019.

“Alexander Calder and Ellsworth Kelly: A Rare Look at the Letters Between Two Art World Giants,” T: The New York Times Style Magazine (November 9, 2018).

“Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA,” ARTnews (Winter 2018).

“Both Sides Now: Sam Stewart,” T: The New York Times Style Magazine (February 18, 2018): 110.

“David Lamelas at Maccarone,” Artforum (January 2018): 220.

“Below the Underground: Renegade Art and Action in 1990s Mexico,” (December 13, 2017).

“John Mason at Albertz Benda,” T: The New York Times Style Magazine (November 12, 2017): 33.

“Heroine’s Journey: Judy Chicago,” T: The New York Times Style Magazine (August 20, 2017): 110.

“Have At It: A Post-Trump New York Looks at How Images, Ideas, and Resources Circulate,” ARTnews (Summer 2017): 118-122.


Visual chronology inThe Heroine Paint”: After Frankenthaler. Edited by Katy Siegel. NY: Rizzoli, 2015.


“A Painted Horse by Joe Sola,” The Brooklyn Rail (September 2015): 47.

“Susan Cianciolo: ‘if God COMes to visit You, HOW will you know?’” The Brooklyn Rail (June 2015): 35.

“Christina Leung: Lattice, Incorporated,” Suggestions Toward Future Conversations, Cornell University (2012): 32-33.

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