Hyperallergic
"The Making of an American Original," by John Yau
The New Yorker
"Kathy Butterly" by Peter Schjeldahl
Shine
"Empty Promises: a 'real' supermarket as art," by Wang Jie
Nylon
"Grace Weaver Paints About Skin Care and Avocado Toast," by Jane Drinkard
CULTURED
"Grace Weaver Turns To Acrylic In Her James Cohan Debut," by Kat Herriman
Juxtapoz
"Grace Weaver: The Big Picture," by Evan Pricco
FAD Magazine
"Bill Viola, Phylidia Barlow + Antony Gormley to star for the Royal Academy in 2019," by Mark Westall
The Guardian
"Han Kang to bury next book for almost 100 years in Norwegian forest," by Alison Flood
Doncaster Free Press
"Leading video artist Bill Viola brings most well known pieces to Doncaster," by Nigel Booth
Culture Type
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Viet Nam News
"A glimpse of art video through Fragments exhibition"
The Art Newspaper
“Trenton Doyle Hancock toys with Doll-making,” by Victoria Stapley-Brown
The Times
"Art Review: Bill Viola: Three Women, St Cuthbert's, Edinburgh," by Giles Sutherland
Artcritical
"Ekphrasis: Helene Appel at James Cohan," by David Cohen
The Art Newspaper
"In Pictures: Five must-see shows and events at Edinburgh Art Festival," by Aimee Dawson
Wallpaper*
"Bill Viola launches experimental art game, a cryptic ‘explorable video,'" by Jessica Klingelfuss
The Guardian
"Royal Academy to host Bill Viola video art showcase," by Mark Brown
Architectural Digest
"Beatriz Milhazes's Healing, Kaleidoscopic Artwork Finds a Permanent Home," by Gay Gassmann
The Columbus Dispatch
“Artists quantify human behavior and identity in the new exhibit at Columbus Museum of Art,” by Nancy Gilson
ArtLyst
"Bill Viola Launches First Experimental Interactive Art Game"
The Times
"Bill Viola's beautiful game, The Night Journey," by Bryan Appleyard
Artnet News
"See Highlights From the Wildly Ambitious, Just-Opened FRONT International Triennial in Cleveland," by Tim Schneider
The New York Times
"Painting Wagner: Celebrated Artists' New Work for the Opera Stage," by A.J. Goldman
YaleNews
"New co-directors of Yale Norfolk Summer School of Art named for 2019"
Sound & Vision
Fred Tomaselli in conversation with Brian Alfred
ARTnews
"Ethiopian Enterprise: Artists build a future in Addis Ababa and beyond," by Mik Awake
Hyperallergic
"Trenton Doyle Hancock Designs Dolls for a New Era," by Olivia Jia
The New York Times
"It's Time for African Resistance, This Artist Says," by Bonnie Greer
The Villager
"Of dams, displacement and the ripple effects," by Bill Weinberg
The Australian
"Delving into deepest time," by Christopher Allen
Vogue
"I Go to Rio: Beatriz Milhazes’s Coffee-Table Book Is the Gift to End All Gifts," by Eve Macsweeney
The Guardian
"Buy a masterpiece for 67p! New stamps by Tracey Emin, Yinka Shonibare, Grayson Perry and more," by Andrew Dickson
The New Yorker
"Mernet Larsen"
Artcritical
"Ghosts and Ghouls on Grand Street: Yun-Fei Ji at James Cohan," by Robert C. Morgan
The New York Times
"Yun-Fei Ji," by Will Heinrich
NPR
"An Artist's Alternative Universe And His Warehouse Full Of Dolls," by Neda Ulaby
Hyperallergic
"An Artist Conjures the Ghosts of Displacement," by John Yau
Houston Chronicle
"A Perfectly Imperfect Universe," by Molly Glentzer
Hyperallergic
"Mernet Larsen Welcomes You to the Vortex," by John Yau
Oldham Evening Chronicle
"Renowned artist heading to Gallery Oldham," by the Editors
ARTnews
"James Cohan Gallery Now Represents Matthew Ritchie," by Claire Selvin
Artnet News
"Editors' Picks: 19 Things to See in New York This Week," by Sarah Cascone
ZEALnyc
"Art Break: Comic Book Art at Society of Illustrators; a Prized Private Collection at Hauser & Wirth; and Chinese Folktales at James Cohan Gallery," by A.E. Colas
Art in America
"Artworld: April 2018," by Leigh Anne Miller
ARTnews
"Here's the Artist List for Open Spaces Kansas City 2018," by Claire Selvin
BOMB
"Village Wen, Fragrant Brook, and Other Vanishing Townships," by Yun-Fei Ji
San Francisco Chronicle
"Spencer Finch makes art of light at Berggruen," by Charles Desmarais
Hyperallergic
"'I’m the Opposite of Donald Trump': Yinka Shonibare MBE on His New Public Sculpture in NYC," by Jessica Holmes
Observer
"The Best Public Art Opening in New York City This Spring," by Juliet Helmke
The Guardian
"Yinka Shonibare: behind the artist's new Central Park sculpture," by Nadja Sayej
WWD
"Yinka Shonibare Unveils Wind Sculpture in Central Park," by Kristin Tauer
Time Out New York
"See Yinka Shonibare’s colorful new Wind Sculpture in Central Park" by Paul Laster
Vogue
"Yinka Shonibare’s 'Alternative Monuments' Arrive in Central Park," by Julia Felsenthal
The Art Newspaper
"Yinka Shonibare: a change in the wind" by Victoria Stapley-Brown and Yinka Shonibare MBE
Artforum
"1000 Words: Yinka Shonibare MBE," by Jeffrey Kastner and Yinka Shonibare MBE
GARAGE
"A Chinese Artist Is Inviting Viewers to Retrace Famous Protest Marches," by Barbara Pollack
Artnet News
"‘It Is the Story of America’: Yinka Shonibare on Planting a Dazzling Pro-Immigrant Statement Blocks From Trump Tower," by Javier Pes
The New York Times
"Is It an Art Collective or a Vietnamese Ad Agency? Yes and Yes," by Frank Rose
Art in America
"Reviews: Alison Elizabeth Taylor at James Cohan, New York," by Gregory Volk
Hyperallergic
"Painting the Sky on Sunday," by Louis Bury
Artforum
"Critcs' Pick: Byron Kim," by Alex Garner
The New Yorker
"A Painting of the Sky Every Sunday, and the Art of Careful Attention," by Vinson Cummingham
New York Magazine
"Byron Kim: Sunday Paintings, 1/7/01 to 2/11/18," by Jerry Saltz
The New Yorker
"After Darkness: Southeast Asian Art in the Wake of History"
The Brooklyn Rail
"In Conversation: Josiah McElheny with Jarrett Earnest"
Artforum
“Trenton Doyle Hancock: The Re-Evolving Door to the Moundverse,” by Karen Wilkin
Hyperallergic
"Surreal Scenes of the American West Ingeniously Rendered in Wood," by Seph Rodney
Financial Times
"Yinka Shonibare: ‘I don’t believe in putting up borders’" by Harriet Fitch Little
Hyperallergic
"A Pastel Portrait of Spiral Jetty and Its Environs" by Claire Voom
Cleveland Plain Dealer
"Cleveland Museum of Art offers fantastic solo shows on Scott Olson, Jerry Birchfield, at Transformer Station," by Steven Litt
Metropolis M
"In Conversation with Omer Fast," by Laura Herman
Los Angeles Times
Chinese artist focuses on nature and harmony in her first solo U.S. museum exhibition by Richard Chang
The New York Times
"Artist Defends Chinatown Exhibit After Protests," by Andrew R. Chow
The New Yorker
"Omer Fast"
CNN
"From prankster to CEO: Chinese artist Xu Zhen's surprising evolution" by oscar Holland and Serenitie Wang October 6, 2017
T Magazine
"Of Darkness and Light"
Houstonia
“Two Decades of Work By a Houston Artist, Now on Display at the Rice University Gallery,” by Chris Becker
Blouin ArtInfo
"A Line Can Go Anywhere"
The New York Times
"Southeast Asia Stakes Its Claim in the Art World," by Jason Farago
4Columns
"Omer Fast," by Ania Szremski
The New York Times
"A Line Can Go Anywhere," by Martha Schwendener September 13, 2017
The New York Times
"At Cornell Tech, Art Engineered for the Imagination" by Hilarie Sheets
Artpress
"Scott Olson: Harmonia Mundi," by Richard Leydier
VOA News
“Vietnamese Artists Explore Impact of Politics, Ideologies on Life, Death,” by Elizabeth Lee
Artforum
"Critics' Pick: Dream Machines," by Tausif Noor
The New York Times
"Amy Feldman: Dark Selects," by Roberta Smith
Time Out
"Dream Machines"
BOMB
"Amy Feldman," by Mary Jones
The Brooklyn Rail
Future Library
The Brooklyn Rail
"Amy Feldman - High Sign," by David Rhodes
Artforum
"Amy Feldman - High Sign," by Michael Wilson
Hyperallergic
"Painting Isn't Dead! It's Just Slow," by Stan Mir
Mousse
"Amy Feldman: Moon Decorum," by Andrianna Campbell
ArtAsiaPacific
"The Propeller Group," by Sheila Regan
Wallpaper
"Dark arts: Bill Viola retrospective marks the Guggenheim Bilbao’s 20th anniversary" by Natalie Rigg
The Art Newspaper
"Guggenheim Bilbao celebrates 20th birthday with Bill Viola" by Hannah McGivern
Artnet News
"The 30 Hottest Group Shows to See in New York This Summer," by Sarah Cascone
Time Out New York
"Josiah McElheny talks about his new public art project in Madison Square Park," by Paul Laster
Apollo Magazine
"Bill Viola breathes fresh life into the Renaissance" by Isabel Stevens
Ocula
"A conversation with Omer Fast," with Jens Maier-Rothe
Art in America
"Elias Sime," by Leigh Anne Miller
Art in America
"Elias Sime," by Leigh Anne Miller
Hyperallergic
"On Combing a Museum’s Collection for Objects that Deal with Death," by Sheila Regan
Artspeak
"Amy Feldman," by Osman Can Yerebakan
Houston Chronicle
“Art League Houston names Trenton Doyle Hancock Texas artist of the year,” by Molly Glentzer
Frieze
“Imagined Communities,” by Ellen Mara de Watcher
Modern Painters
"The Vertigo Effect," by Mernet Larsen
Vogue
"A Turner Prize Winner Brings Blue Sky Thinking to the British Countryside"
The Telegraph
"Earthly delights: Richard Long unveils a series of art installations at Houghton Hall" by Mark O'Flaherty
MPR News
“How a Funeral from Half Way Around the World Can Seem Familiar,” by Euan Kerr
Art News
Guggenheim Foundation Announces 2017 Fellows, Including Byron Kim, Kay Rosen, and Leigh Ledare
The New Yorker
Vanishing Points
The Brooklyn Rail
Vanishing Points, curated by Andrianna Campbell
Artnet News
"Spencer Finch Brings Skyscapes Inside" by Blake Gopnik
Asteroids and Asterisms
"Byron Kim"
Artsy
"Taking Cues from Stand-Up Comedy, Amy Feldman Whips up Dynamic Paintings," by K. Sundberg
Art News
For Yinka Shonibare, Possession Is a Function of Economic and Social Clas
Art Radar
“Prejudice at Home: A Parlour, a Library, and a Room”: British-Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare at James Cohan, New York
Art Radar
“Prejudice at Home: A Parlour, a Library, and a Room”: British-Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare at James Cohan, New York
Artnet News
Gallery Hopping: A Powerful Pro-Immigrant Message in Yinka Shonibare’s ‘British Library’
Artnet News
Gallery Hopping: A Powerful Pro-Immigrant Message in Yinka Shonibare’s ‘British Library’
Hyperallergic
Yinka Shonibare MBE Navigates Prejudice and Dual Identity
Artnet News
Iconic Land Art Masterpiece ‘Spiral Jetty’ Voted Utah’s Official State Work of Art
Art in America
Michelle Grabner
Hyperallergic
Yinka Shonibare MBE Navigates Prejudice and Dual Identity
The Salt Lake Tribune
Spiral Jetty and ancient rock art honored by lawmakers
Art in America
"A Color is a Boundary," by William S. Smith
Art in America
"A Color is a Boundary," by William S. Smith
Artsy
The 20 Shows You Need to See during Armory Week
Artsy
The 20 Shows You Need to See during Armory Week
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Three to See: New York
The Art Newspaper
Three to see: New York
Artnet News
Artists Donate Works for New Cape Town Museum Zeitz MOCAA
Artnet News
11 Gallery and Museum Shows Across the Country to See in Honor of Black History Month
Artlyst
Bill Viola Mixes Video Work With Old Masters In Florence Exhibition
Artcritical
"A Bruise is the Momentary at Ease with the Continuous: Byron Kim at James Cohan," by Martha Tuttle
Artcritical
"A Bruise is the Momentary at Ease with the Continuous: Byron Kim at James Cohan," by Martha Tuttle
The Japan Times
The Future Looks Bright for Artists in the Ancient Capital
Art in America
"Nahum Tevet," by Raphael Rubinstein
The New York Times
How Do You Sell a Work of Art Built Into the Earth?
Frieze
"Omer Fast," by Christy Lange
Artnet News
"Byron Kim's Art of the Bruise," by Blake Gopnik
Artnet News
"Byron Kim's Art of the Bruise," by Blake Gopnik
Washington Post
Contemporary artist uses skin color for abstract portrait on race and identity for National Gallery
Artforum
Critic's Pick: Byron Kim
Artforum
"Critic's Pick: Byron Kim," by Dawn Chan
The New Yorker
Michelle Grabner
Sound and Vision
Byron Kim in conversation with Brian Alfred
Hyperallergic
Painting the Violent Life Cycles of Bruises
"Energy Flows"
Sofia Hernandez Chong Cuy Interviews Federico Herrero 2017
Smithsonian
"Evoking a Rippling Sail, This New Sculpture Aims to Make Global Connections," by Roger Catlin
Smithsonian.com
Keep an Eye on These Portraits Because They Move
Artlyst
Yinka Shonibare Installation Acquired By Washington's Smithsonian National Museum of African Art
Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles (Carla)
"Interview with Mernet Larsen," text by Julie Weitz
The Seattle Times
'Of tortoises and haunted mirrors: Tabaimo at SAAM," by Michael Upchurch
Artforum
"Best of 2016," by Michael Ned Holte
Hyperallergic
"Painting the Violent Life Cycles of Bruises," by Ryan Wong
Artnet News
"Spencer Finch Makes Breakable Fog," by Blake Gopnik
Artnet News
"Spencer Finch Makes Breakable Fog," by Blake Gopnik
Hyperallergic
"Trenton Doyle Hancock's Packed, Percussive Paintings," by Seph Rodney
Hyperallergic
"Trenton Doyle Hancock's Packed, Percussive Paintings," by Seph Rodney
The Wall Street Journal
“’Dreamlands’ at the Whitney Museum: Between Illusion and Reality,” by Kristin Jones
Hyperallergic
"An Artist Who Is Not a Capitalist Minimalist," by John Yau
Aesthetica
"Katie Paterson: The Poetry of Scale"
The Paris Review
"Trenton Doyle Hancock: Pandemic Pentameter," by Dan Piepenbring
Eyeline Magazine
“The Propeller Group,” by Bansie Vasvani
Contemporary And
What exactly is “African art”?
The Wall Street Journal
“At the Whitney, a Different Take on the Moving Image,” by Susan Delson
The Paris Review
"Trenton Doyle Hancock: Pandemic Pentameter
The Guardian
"Why Olso’s Future Library is a fairytale come true," by Sjón
The New York Times
“Nat Turner’s Skull and My Student’s Purse of Skin,” by Daina Ramey Berry
Blouin Artinfo
"Trenton Doyle Hancock at James Cohan, New York"
The Guardian
"Sjón is Future Library's next recruit to become a 22nd-century author," by Alison Flood
Millenium Film Journal
“Review: Omer Fast,” by Rachel Stevens
International New York Times
"Art as a Means of Fighting Prejudice," by Hannah Olivennes
The Village Voice
"Flirtatious Pink, Not Revolutionary Red, Is Xu Zhen’s Color," by Mary Wang
ARTnews
"Like Frosting on a Birthday Cake: Xu Zhen at James Cohan," by Barbara Pollack
The Guardian
"A forest grows in Brooklyn: artist plants miniature redwoods in concrete jungle," by Oliver Milman
Art Review
"The Propeller Group," by Sara Cluggish
Art in America
Exhibition Review: The Propeller Group
Artforum
Exhibition Review: The Propeller Group
Cool Hunting
"Hollow, Bristol," by Karen Day
The Herald
Inside the weird world of Scotland's coolest and craziest artists
The Evening Standard
Artist Yinka Shonibare on pushing the boundaries of art and a new fashion for building walls
Artforum
"Xu Zhen," by Chelsea Liu
The Telegraph
Bill Viola's Mary at St Paul’s Cathedral is a compelling piece of modern art - review
Financial Times
Bill Viola’s ‘Mary’, St Paul’s Cathedral, London: ‘Iconic and unknowable’
Artsy
The 15 New York Gallery Shows You Need to See This September
Hyperallergic
"ArtRx NYC: Fall Guide 2016"
Hyperallergic
"ArtRx NYC: Fall Guide 2016"
The Art Newspaper
Bill Viola Reconnects with Florence’s Old Masters for Palazzo Strozzi Show
KubaParis
"Grace Weaver - Studio Visit," by Zoe Harris
Artsy
The 15 New York Gallery Shows You Need to See This September
Art Ltd.
"Trenton Doyle Hancock," by Robert Boyd
Art Ltd.
"Trenton Doyle Hancock." by Robert Boyd
DNAInfo
"4,000 Young Redwood Trees to Grow in Downtown Brooklyn This Fall," by Alexandra Leon
Artforum
"Public Art Fund to Install Spencer Finch’s Miniature Redwood Forest in Brooklyn"
Artlyst
"Photo Feature: Richard Long Walking A Labyrinth At Modern Art Oxford"
Blouin ARTINFO International
"Marina Abramović, Yoko Ono, Richard Long Celebrate 50 Years of Modern Art Oxfor," by Samuel Spencer
The New York Times
"Cleveland Gets an Art Triennial," by Randy Kennedy
Artnet News
"Spencer Finch Transports a Hidden Redwood Forest to Brooklyn," by Sarah Cascone
Time Out New York
"Intimisms," by Michael Wilson
Artlyst
"Three Summer Shows in New York’s Chelsea You Shouldn’t Miss," by Gracie Brahimy
Artinfo
"'Intimisms' at James Cohan," by Taylor Dafoe
The New York Times
"Intimisms," by Roberta Smith
The Paris Review
"Intimisms," by Dan Piepenbring
Artinfo
"Q&A with Michelle Grabner, Artist and Curator of the 2016 Portland Biennial," by Taylor Dafoe
Hyperallergic
"Yun-Fei Ji's Ghost Stories of the Living," by Danni Shen
The Creators Project
“A Vietnamese Art Collective Is Making Commercials for Communism,” by David B. Zarley
Artnet News
"9 Must-See Summer 2016 Group Gallery Shows," by Eileen Kinsella
Artsy
"15 New York Group Shows You Need to See This July," by Casey Lesser
Artcritical
“Guns, Guerrillas, Music Videos: The Propeller Group at the MCA Chicago and James Cohan,” by Lee Ann Norman
The Guardian
“Remainder Review – Clever, Chilly Amnesia Headscratcher,” by Mike McCahill
Home
“Director Omer Fast on Adapting Remainder for the Screen,”
Flickering Myth
“Movie Review – Remainder,” by Robert Monk
Chicago Tonight
“Relationship Today Between Vietnam, U.S. at Heart of Propeller Group Show,” by Dan Andries
Empire
“Remainder Review,” by David Parkinson
art4d
"The Propeller Group"
The Guardian
"Remainder: Tom McCarthy and Omer Fast’s avant-garde explosion," by Phil Hoad
artcritical
"Western Influence: Lee Mullican's Californian Abstraction," by Saul Ostrow
The International New York Times
"Arts Center in Ethiopia Links Global and Local," by Ginanne Brownell Mitic
Sculpture
"Ideas Can Last Forever: A Conversation with Richard Long," by Ina Cole
Hyperallergic
"Restless and Rigid," by John Yau
Evening Standard
"Colourful playground mural brings art to social estate in Peckham as part of South London Gallery’s newest exhibition," by Marta Portacarrero
The Telegraph
"Yinka Shonibare: In the studio," by Rupert Hawksley
Artsy
"These 20 Female Artists are Pushing Figurative Painting Forward," by Casey Lesser
cfile
"Exhibition | Kirk Mangus: “A pot, a joke, a rhythm, a theory” at James Cohan, New York," by Bill Rodgers
Huffington Post
" A Weekend With Gronk, DeLoss, and Viola," by Edward Goldman
Blouin Artinfo
"20th Sydney Biennale Q&A: Xu Zhen's Mutilated Sculptures," Nicholas Forrest
The Art Newspaper
"Artist opens subversive supermarket in Shanghai"
The Wall Street Journal
"Eastern Influence," by Peter Plagens
The Wall Street Journal
"Vietnamese Artists Take an Edgy Approach," by Kelly Crow
Los Angeles Times
"David Mitchell has a new book, but you'll have to wait 98 years to read it," by Michael Schaub
Artforum
"Philip Hanson," by Barry Schwabsky
Art in America
"Kirk Mangus at James Cohan," by Julia Wolkoff
Apollo
"Fitting the entire universe into an art gallery," by Melanie Vanderbrouck
Hyperallergic
"A Sculptural Forest Made from 10,000 Species of Trees," by Carey Dunne
ARTNews
"Where the Dead Don't Stay Dead: The Propeller Group at James Cohan, New York," by Lilly Wei
Wallpaper
"Touch wood: Katie Paterson and Zeller & Moye unveil Hollow installation in Bristol," by Sam Rogers
Cleveland.com
MOCA Cleveland celebrates the weird, wild, wonderful world of the late Kirk Mangus, by Steven Litt
Artinfo
"Brazilian Flowers Blossom at the Jewish Museum," by Kat Herriman
Wallpaper
"In bloom: Beatriz Milhazes' floral mobiles pitch up at the Jewish Museum, NY," by Michael Slenske
Artsy
Wagner, A. “Omer Fast’s War-Weary Films Blur the Thin Line Between Memory and Reality”
Hyperallergic
"Uncanny Films About the Traumas of War," by Bansie Vasvani
ARTnews
"Ghostly Tales: Yun-Fei Ji at Wellin Museum, Clinton, New York," by Lilly Wei
Pin-Up
"Elias Sime Interview with Hans-Ulrich Obrist"
Wall Street Journal
"Landscape Artist Robert Burle Marx's Lasting Influence," by Carol Kino
WAMC Northeast Public Radio
"The Roundtable"
artcritical
"At a Safe Remove: Omer Fast at James Cohan," by Dennis Kardon
Art in America
"Omer Fast," by Kyle Bentley
The New York Times
"Chelsea Galleries, Like a Box of Chocolates," by Ken Johnson
The New York Times
"The Lower East Side as Petri Dish," by Roberta Smith
The New York Times
"Omer Fast’s Film ‘Remainder’ Is Poised to Bring Him a Broader Audience," by Brett Sokol
The New York Times
"The Propeller Group Brings a Phantasmagorical Vietnam to James Cohan," by Frank Rose
Artsy
"The Propeller Group’s Gorgeous New Show Captures Beauty in Death and Ballistics," by Jared Quinton
Observer
“Weekend Edition: 11 Things to Do in New York’s Art World Before April 11,” by Paul Lester
Financial Times
"Crossrail art reveals blue-sky thinking," by Gill Plimmer
Art + Auction
"25 Most Collectible Midcareer Artists: Xu Zhen," by Angela Schuster
ArtNexus
“Beatriz Milhazes Review” by Graciela Kartofel
Art in America
"Mernet Larsen," by Julian Kreimer
Chronicle Live
"Baltic’s big new Omer Fast exhibition takes us into some disturbing places,” by David Whetstone
La Jolla Light
“Here comes the sun: New La Jolla mural graces Empress Hotel,” By Ashley Mackin
Observer
"Weekend Edition: 9 Things to Do in New York’s Art World Before March 28," by Paul Lester
New York Times
"Review: Philip Hanson’s Poetic Fragments, a Trippy Synthesis of Visual and Verbal" By Ken Johnson
Frieze
“The Propeller Group: The Living Need Light, The Dead Need Music"
ARTNews
“9 Art Events to Attend in New York City This Week,” by Alex Greenberger
The New York Times
"Redefining Chinese Artists, in Qatar," by Barbara Pollack
The Guardian
"Omer Fast: Present Continuous review – teasing takes on sex, death and trauma," by Adrian Searle
Blouin Art Info
Omer Fast On the Past and “Present Continuous” at BALTIC by Craig Hubert
Artcritical
"Built Differently: Mernet Larsen's Strange Constructions," by David Brody
Frieze
"Play it Again,", by Bert Rebhandl
The Brooklyn Rail
"Mernet Larsen: Things People Do," by Eleanor Ray
The New York Times
"What Not to Miss at the Art Show at the Armory," by Martha Schwendener
Artsy
“A More Diverse ADAA Art Show Suggests a Sea Change at the Revered Fair,” by Casey Lesser
Art in America
"Mernet Larsen"
Hyperallergic
"The Dynamic Distortions of a Formal Painter," by John Goodrich
The Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission
“‘Tabaimo: Her Room’ Opens Tomorrow at the San Jose Museum of Art,”
Spectator
“The Intimate Universe and Pure Pulp to open at Wellin,” By Ghada Emish
The Paris Review
"Things People Do" by Dan Piepenbring
The Paris Review
"Things People Do" by Dan Piepenbring
Nashville Arts Magazine
“View from on High: The Ambiguities of Drone Warfare,” by Mark W. Scala
Hyperallergic
"Prolegomenon to an Artist Who — at Seventy-Two — Is Having Her First Solo Show in a New York Gallery," by John Yau
Art Agenda
"Robert Smithson's 'Pop'," by Thyrza Nichols Goodeve
The New York Times
"Bill Viola's New Video Project Is a Rebirth of Sorts," by Ken Johnson
Hyperallergic
"Robert Smithson’s Sacred and Profane Pop," by Quinn Moreland
The Village Voice
"Decades After His Premature Death, Robert Smithson, the Artist Who Gave Us the Grandeur of 'Spiral Jetty,' Exposes His Raunchy Roots," by R.C. Baker
The Village Voice
"Bill Viola's 'Inverted Birth" Video Installation Will Mess with Your Mind," by Jessica Dawson
Artforum
"Art Direction: Erika Balsom on Omer Fast's 'Remainder'"
Artillery
"Kathy Butterly," by Anise Stevens
Gallery Gurls
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ArtReview
"Omer Fast" by Helen Sumpter
Hyperallergic
"Best of 2015: Our Top 20 NYC Art Shows"
Artforum
"Robert Smithson," by Johanna Fateman
Bristol Post
"Witness an artwork in the making as 10,000 tree species come to Bristol's Arnolfini," by Tara Pardo
Art in America
"Never Forget," by Willie Osterweil
The New York Times
"‘Pop,’ Robert Smithson’s Playful Drawings Inspired by New York Detritus," by Robin Pogrebin
The New York Times
"Space, the Frontier Right in Front of Us," by Natalie Angier
Los Angeles Times
"Critic's Pick: Kathy Butterly's rapturous little reckoning's in clay at Shoshana Wayne," by Leah Ollman
The Guardian
"Robert Smithson: the epic life of an American enigma," by Jonathan Jones
Art in America
"Beatriz Milhazes at James Cohan"
Whitewall
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Artsy
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Artnet News
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Hyperallergic
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Hyperallergic
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ArtInfo
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Quartz
"The key to creative productivity; Embrace anxiety,'" by Jenni Avins
Hyperallergic
"Josiah McElheny Reenacted," by Jeremy Sigler
The Hollywood Reporter
"'Remainder': London Review," by Stephen Dalton
Hyperallergic
"Finding Our Way Amid the Modern Fatalism of Circuit Boards," by Seph Rodney
BerlinArtLink
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The Independent
"Omer Fast, film-maker: 'I stare at the screen, drink coffee, go and pee...'" by Karen Wright
Artsy
"In Sprawling Panels, Ethiopian Artist Elias Sime Recycles the First World’s Circuit Boards," by Alex Allenchey
The New York Times
"Elias Sime Recycles Discarded Objects Into Abstract Works," by Holland Cotter
Kaleidoscope Asia
"Xu Zhen," by Xiaowen Zhu
The New York Times
Pope Francis, in New York, Takes On Extremism and Inequality (image)
W Magazine
"Inside Josiah McElheny's Show at Andrea Rosen Gallery," by Fan Zhong
Artefuse
"Elias Sime at James Cohan Gallery," by Bansie Vasvani
W Magazine
"Alison Elizabeth Taylor Is a Wizard with Wood," by Kat Herriman
Artforum
"Federico Herrero," by Chris Sharp
Mousse
"Illusion and Revelation in the Flatlands: The Paintings of Mernet Larsen," by Andrew Bernardini
The New Yorker
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Artnet News
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Wallpaper
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ArtInfo
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Wallpaper
"New York artist Jesper Just commandeers Paris' Palais de Tokyo with a spectacular multimedia show," by Ali Morris
Bilan
"NYON/Le Château montre les marqueteries d'Alison Elizabeth Taylor," by Etienne Dumont
Parkett
"Xu Zhen," by Phillippe Pirotte, et al.
Canvas
"The AK-47 vs. the M16: The Propeller Group, All the World’s Future - Arsenale"
Artphaire
Summer Show Highlights: Spotlight on London’s Yinka Shonibare," by Justin Quirk
Architectural Digest
"Experience Jesper Just's Haunting Audiovisual Installation Servitudes in Paris" by Michael Slenske
The Huffington Post
"Leonardo Da Vinci's Leicester Codex Show Us How A Genius Thinks" by Colton Valentine
Beautiful Decay
"Yinka Shonibare’s Ballerina Goddesses In African Print Tutus" by Tamara Akcay
The Guardian
"Richard Long goes for a walk through boyhood haunts with latest sculpture," by Maev Kennedy
The New York Times
"Drifting in Daylight: Art in Central Park" by Ken Johnson
The Guardian
"Bill Viola video installation heralds new national exhibition space for faith art" by Mark Brown
Art Observed
New York – Yinka Shonibare MBE: “Rage of the Ballet Gods” at James Cohan Gallery Through June 20th, 2015
ArtInfo
Bill Viola’s “Martyrs” at Auckland Castle’s St. Peter’s Chapel
Artsy
Yinka Shonibare’s Haunting New Sculptures and Installations Present a Link Between Climate Change and Our Dark History
Anyarena
"The Propeller Group's Bullets at the Biennale"
The Art Newspaper
Auckland Castle shows faith in contemporary art
The Insight
Katie Paterson: The Science of Art
Art Asia Pacific
Playing with Guns and Balistics Gel: Interview with the Propeller Groups’ Matt Lucero
The New Yorker
“Wim Wenders’s Open Road”
New York Observer
"Scottish Artist Taps David Mitchell to Write a Book for a 100-Year Time Capsule," by Casey Quackenbush
WWD
‘The Bone Clocks’ Author David Mitchell Named Next Donor to The Future Library
The Guardian
“Into the woods: Margaret Atwood reveals her Future Library book, Scribbler Moon,” by Alison Flood
CBC News
“VIDEO: Margaret Atwood becomes 1st author to add secret story to Future Library”
The New York Times
“Margaret Atwood Delivers Work to be Published in 2114,” by Christopher D. Shea
BBC News
“Margaret Atwood puts unseen manuscript in ‘Future Library’ ”
Momus
“Trenton Doyle Hancock Moves to Mythos at Sarasota’s Ringling Museum,” by Danny Olda
Randian
“ ‘The World Has Became More Difficult to Represent’: an Interview with Yinka Shonibare,” by Iona Whittaker
i-Italy
“Aldo Tambellini’s Multi-Media Work at 56th Venice Biennale”
Ocula
"Shanghai Gallery Round Up, May 2015" by Sam Gaskin
The New Yorker
"Goings On About Town: This Week"
T Magazine
"Venice, Your Roots are Showing," by Kevin McGarry
Artsy
“5 Names You’ll Know after the Venice Biennale”
Hyperallergic
“Yinka Shonibare MBE Manifests the Ghost of Manhattan’s Oldest House,” by Allison Meier
The Wall Street Journal
“Eliza Jumel’s Ghost Shows Up in ‘Yinka Shonibare MBE: Colonial Arrangements,” by Susan Delson
Artnews
“The Propeller Group Goes to James Cohan Gallery,” by Hannah Ghorashi
The Denver Post
“"Salt of Earth" a tribute to photographer Sebastiao Salgado,” by Jay Weissberg
Houston Chronicle
“Hermann Park installs ‘billowing’ sculpture by internationally known artist,” by Carol Christian
Philly.com
“'The Salt of the Earth': A photographer's steady gaze on human tragedy,” by Tirdad Derakhshani
Time Out New York
“Folkert de Jong, ‘The Holy Land’,” by Paul Laster
The Economist
“‘Salt of the Earth’: Small photos on the big screen,” by N.R.
The Boston Globe
“Combining two perspectives in ‘Salt of the Earth’,” by Christopher Wallenberg
Artforum
“Folkert de Jong. James Cohan Gallery,” by Chris Bors
The Sydney Morning Herald
“The Salt Of The Earth: documenting the image,” by Philippa Hawker
Los Angeles Times
"Mernet Larsen Probes Perception and Experience," by Sharon Mizota
Artnet
"Rage, Obsession, and Sexual Misadventure Dominate at Trenton Doyle Hancock's Studio Museum Survey," by Ben Davis
Forbes
“Glimpse Inside the Mind of Artist Trenton Doyle Hancock at the Studio Museum in Harlem,” by Adam Lehrer
Blouin Artinfo
“Wim Wenders and Juliano Ribeiro Salgado Talk ‘The Salt of the Earth’,” by Craig Hubert
Artinfo
Indrisek, Scott, “A Mound Grows in Harlem: Trenton Doyle Hancock at the Studio Museum,” by Scott Indrisek
New York Magazine
“Movie Review: ‘The Salt of the Earth’ Is a Look at Two Masters at Work,” by Bilge Ebiri
Blackbook
“Wim Wenders and Juliano Ribeiro Salgado on Capturing ‘The Salt of the Earth’,” by Hilary Weston
Artsy
"Trenton Doyle Hancock On 20 Years of His Fantastical Cartoon Drawings," by Heather Corcoran
Hyperallergic
The Long Museum Presents ‘Xu Zhen Solo Exhibition’
The New York Times
“A Toxic Wasteland Called Home,” by Randy Kennedy
Blouin Artinfo
"Ghosts that Cut: Folkert de Jong's Bronze Apparitions," by Stephen Shaheen
The New Yorker
“Goings On About Town: This Week”
Observer
“NY Historic Home Commissions Contemporary Art by Yinka Shonibare,” by Alexandra Peers
Art in America
“Filmmaking as Family Therapy: An Interview with Wim Wenders and Juliano Ribeiro Salgado,” by Julia Wolkoff
The Holy Land online essay
The Holy Land online essay
The Hepworth Wakefield
The Wall Street Journal
“China’s New Generation of Artists,” by Wei Gu
Los Angeles Times
“Wim Wenders keeps looking for new canvases,” by Steve Zeitchik
Sculpture Magazine
“Museum of Fine Arts Boston: Shinique Smith”
Artsy
“Pearl Lam Offers Ambitious, Internationally Focused Show at Art Base," by Bridget Gleeson
ArtAsiaPacific
"Field Trip: Sharjah Biennial 12," by HG Masters
ARTnews
"King of the Road: Wim Wenders in America," by Jonathon Sturgeon
Artspace
“10 of the Best Artworks of the 2015 Armory Show,” by Andrew M. Goldstein
The Guardian
“Wim Wenders retrospective: five to watch, and one to miss,” by Andrew Pulver
Artsy
“5 Female Artists Breaking the Glass Ceiling at ADAA,” by Rebecca Bronfein Raphael
Blackbook
“Exploring the Achingly Beautiful World of Wim Wenders,” by Hilary Weston
Blouin Artinfo
“Out of the Ashes: Wim Wenders’ “The State of Things”,” by Craig Hubert
The Wall Street Journal
“Fresh Takes on Director Wim Wenders,” by Steve Dollar
Huffington Post
"Meet Mernet Larsen, A 75-Year-Old Painter Who's Hosting Her First Art Show In L.A.," by Priscilla Frank
Art in America
"Kathy Butterly in the Studio," by Faye Hirsch
Artforum
"Mernet Larsen at Various Small Fires," by Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer
Financial Times
“Wim Wenders and the pull of America,” by Christopher Goodwin
Art News
“Boom Time for Brazil,” by Barbara Pollack
T Magazine
"Wim Wenders, Man of the World," by Wim Wenders
Art in America
"Conceptual Carnavalesca," by David Ebony
Los Angeles Times
"Why artist Fred Tomaselli talks back to the New York Times," by Carolina A. Miranda
The New York Observer
"11 Things to Do in New York’s Art World Before February 16," by Alanna Martinez
Time Out New York
"Critic's Pick"
Forbes
“MoMA Celebrates Auteur Director Wim Wenders With Retrospective,” by Adam Lehrer
Blouin Artinfo UK
“Richard Long Named 2015 Whitechapel Art Icon,” by Nicholas Forrest
Financial Times
“Richard Long’s winning steps,” by Rachel Spence
The Guardian
“Artist Richard Long to stage first show in his native Bristol in 15 years,” by Maev Kennedy
The Guardian
“Nigeria: Grillo, Antsui, Shonibare Open African Masters Series,” by Tajudeen Sowole
Artforum
"Michelle Grabner," by Barry Schwabsky
The Brooklyn Rail
"Michelle Grabner," by Kate Liebman
Art Hopper
REVIEWS: Kirk Mangus / Things Love by Douglas Max Utter
Art21
"Kerry James Marshall at Prospect.3," by Ian Forster
Artforum
“Beatriz Milhazes,” by Frank Expósito
The Art Newspaper
“Beatriz Milhazes makes it all add up at Pamm,” by Julia Halperin
Nola.com
“Prospect.3 artist Yun-Fei Ji's 60-foot scroll painting is an ecological cautionary tale,” by Doug MacCash
Washington City Paper
"In Bird Art, Do Animals Become Objects?" by Erin Devine
African Arts
"Tightrope: Elias Sime," by Kate Cowcher
W Magazine
"Margot Robbie: The Siren," by Lynn Hirschberg
W Magazine
"Jake Gyllenhaal: In Deep," by Lynn Hirschberg
ArtAsiaPacific
“Prospect.3: Notes for Now in New Orleans,” by Paul Laster
The Times-Picayune
“The Propeller Group’s Prospect.3 exhibit wows St. Claude Avenue,” by Doug MacCash
The New Orleans Advocate
“Top Five Prospect.3 moments,” by John D’Addario
Vitra
“From cosmology to jewellery: Interview with Katie Paterson,” by Alicia Reuter
DAILY SERVING
“Prospect.3 New Orleans,” by Tori Bush
Artnet News
"artnet Asks: Folkert de Jong," by Lorraine Rubio
The Yorkshire Post
"Show that explores the art 
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Hyperallergic
"On Ken Johnson and the Question of Sexism," by Jillian Steinhauer
The Los Angeles Times
"Lee Mullican's colors crackle with energy," by David Pagel
Hyperallergic
"The Uses of Pleasure: Michelle Grabner at James Cohan," by Joe Fyfe
Artforum
"Michelle Grabner," by Alex Jovanovich
Artforum
"Helene Appel," by Michael Wilson
Artforum
"Katie Paterson and Margaret Atwood," by Lars Bang Larsen
Sculpture Magazine
"Dark Matter: A Conversation with Katie Paterson," by Joshua Reiman
Artinfo
“Searching New Orleans During Prospect.3,” by Scott Indrisek
Vice
“An artist is growing a forest that’ll become a library of books in 100 years,” by Nell Frizzell
Apollo Magazine
“Looking ahead: Katie Paterson discusses her ‘Future Library’,” by Crystal Bennes
Mousse Magazine
"Michelle Grabner at James Cohan Gallery, New York"
Wall Street International
"Michelle Grabner"
The Miami Herald
"Pérez Art Museum Miami mounts colorful solo show from Brazilian painter Beatriz Milhazes," by Anne Tschida
The Brooklyn Rail
"Matthew Ritchie: Ten Possible Links," by Corina Larkin
Vice
“Matthew Ritchie Transforms Data Into Beautiful Abstract Art,” by Becky Chung
Mousse
"Michelle Grabner at James Cohan Gallery, New York"
Artdesk Magazine
"The Mechanics of Perception," by Carol Kino
Art in America
"Helene Appel"
Art in America
"The People's Palace," by Michelle Grabner
Boston Magazine
"Public Event Will Celebrate New Dewey Square Mural by Shinique Smith," by Yiqing Shao
The New York Times Sunday Review
"Katie Paterson," by Kate Murphy
The Huffington Post
"Shinique Smith Crafts A Celestial Universe From Ink, Textiles And Other 'Bright Matter,'" by Katherine Brooks
Miami New Times
"Beatriz Milhazes' "Jardim Botânico": PAMM Features One of the World's Most Successful Female Artists," by Ciara LaVelle
Times Colonist
"Video artist’s Victoria show a movement of memory," by Amy Smart
Artnet News
"Helene Appel Carves Up a Cliché," by Blake Gopnik
ARTNews
"‘Under the Same Sun’ at Guggenheim Museum," by Kim Levin
The New York Times Sunday Review
"2114: A Library Project"
New York Observer
“On View: The Public Moment of Artist Spencer Finch,” by Ryan Steadman
Artsy
"Helene Appel Distills Everyday Objects—Slabs of Meat and Wrinkled Fabric—onto Sheets of Raw Linen and Burlap"
The New York Times ArtsBeat
"New Margaret Atwood Work Coming in … 2114?", by Jennifer Schuessler
Artnet News
"Margaret Atwood Is First Writer Chosen for Katie Paterson Project," by Eileen Kinsella
Slate
"No One Will Read Margaret Atwood’s Newest Work For 100 Years," by Lily Hay Newman
ARTnews
"Margaret Atwood joins Katie Paterson’s public art project, ‘Future Library,’" by M.H. Miller
The Guardian
“Margaret Atwood's new work will remain unseen for a century,” by Alison Flood
Vogue
“Carnival of Color,” by Dodie Kazanjian
The Boston Globe
"Shinique Smith exhibit wild and welcoming," by Cate McQuaid
The Wall Street Journal
"Brazilian Artist Beatriz Milhazes Takes Center Stage in the U.S.," by Kelly Crow
Artinfo
"21 Questions for Mini-Retrospective Subject Shinique Smith," by Ashton Cooper
Boston Magazine
"Shinique Smith Talks New MFA Exhibit, Dewey Square Mural," by Olga Khvan
The Boston Globe
"Bringing joy to Smith’s ‘BRIGHT MATTER’ works," by Geoff Edgers
Hyperallergic
"Artist’s 100-Year Project Will Grow Books from Saplings," by Jillian Steinhauer
BostInno
"The MFA & Greenway Are Teaming Up to Bring Vibrant, Electrifying Art to Boston," by Nick DeLuca
Sydney Morning Herald
"Japanese artist taps into fears," by John McDonald
The Independent
"Katie Paterson, artist: 'I do not want to re-create. I want to be doing the next thing.'," by Karen Wright
ARTnews
"Katie Paterson Will Send Artwork to the International Space Station"
Blouin Artinfo
"Katie Paterson to Launch Meteorite Into Orbit," by Scott Indrisek
Artnet News
"Meteorite Sculpture Will Be International Space Station's First Artwork," by Sarah Cascone
Artspace
"Spencer Finch on Using Art to Get You to See the Light," by Blair Asbury Brooks
Glasstire
"Trenton Doyle Hancock: Skin & Bones at CAMH," by Katie Mulholland
Artslant
"Against Spectacle," by Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer
Architectural Digest
"Beatriz Milhazes Brings Bursting Color to her First U.S. Retrospective," by Samuel Cochran
On View
"Jardim Botanico"
ARTnews
"Fred Tomaselli Talks Back to the Times," by Alexa Lawrence
Art Asia Pacific
"Tabaimo: Mekurumeku, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Sydney"
Buenos Aires Herald
"'I am mediating nature with my body'," by Silvia Rottenberg
Buenos Aires Herald
"Richard Long: Turning walking into an art," by Silvia Rottenberg
The Times
"The Turner-tipped artist who's literally out of this world," by Mike Wade
The Paris Review
"Future Library" by Dan Piepenbring
Artinfo
"Japanese Artist Tabaimo’s “Mekurumeku” Moment at Sydney’s MCA," by Nicholas Forrest
Architectural Digest Blog
“Yinka Shonibare’s Fabric-Inspired Sculptures Unveiled at Chicago’s MCA,” by Michael Slenske
The Boston Globe
"Grants bring whirl of public art for Greenway," by Geoff Edgers
The Wall Street Journal
"Enduring the Elements," by Richard Cork
WNYC
"A New York Artist is Seeing the Light," by Deborah Solomon
Artinfo
"Katie Paterson Takes the Very Long View," by Scott Indrisek
E-flux
“Laisser les sons aller où ils vont (Let sounds go wherever they would go)”
The New York Times
“For Your Birthday, We Got You the Sun. Spencer Finch’s ‘Certain Slant of Light’,” by Roberta Smith
Gallerist NY
“13 Things to Do in New York’s Art World Before May 4,” by M.H. Miller
Artnet News
“New York Gallery Beat: 6 Critics Review 18 Shows. James Cohan, Fred Tomaselli, closes June 14," by Elizabeth Manus
Blouin Artinfo
"Daily Pic: Robert Smithson, Nancy Holt and the Limits of Vision"
Artspace
"All the News That's Fit to Print: Fred Tomaselli on His New York Times Collage Series," by Noelle Bodick
The Financial Times
“Richard Long at Lisson Gallery, London and New Art Gallery, Walsall,” by Liz Jobey
The Telegraph
“Stained glass for the 21st Century: St Paul’s installs plasma screen art,” by John Bingham
Artnet News
“Around the Art World in Six Minutes,” by Alexander Forbes
The Observer
“Bill Viola: Martyrs review – let the unbelievers come,” by Laura Cumming
The Guardian
“Bill Viola: 'People thought I was an idiot and that video would never last',” by Nicholas Wroe
Hyperallergic
“Fred Tomaselli Talks Pot, Gardening, and the New York Times,” by Megan N. Liberty
Apollo Magazine
“Review: Richard Long at Lisson Gallery,” by Scott Morris
The Spectator
“It took 11 years to bring Bill Viola to St Paul’s Cathedral – but it was worth it” by Rachel Halliburton
Artpress
“Introducing Hiraki Sawa” by Léa Bismuth
ArtReview
“Bill Viola, Grand Palais, Paris, 5 March – 21 July” by Violaine Boutet De Monvel
Frieze
"Novel Idea," by Tom Morton
ARTnews
“Yinka Shonibare, Barnes Foundation,” by Edith Newhall
Artforum
“Hiraki Sawa, Opera City Art Gallery,” by Shinyoung Chung
Texas Monthly
“He’ll Always Have Paris,” by Jeff Salamon
ARTnews
"Follow the Light," by Hilarie M. Sheets
The Guardian
“Yinka Shonibare pokes fun at bankers with new work at Royal Academy,” by Mark Brown
Modern Painters
“Review: Bill Viola at the Grand Palais” by Mirthe Maria Berentsen
The Wall Street Journal
“His Own Private Mythology,” by Karen Wilkin
Beyond, The St. Regis Magazine
“Carnival of Color” by Rachel Spence
Harper's Magazine
"Gyre"
The Telegraph
“Stained glass for the 21st century: St Paul’s installs plasma screen art,” by John Bingham
The New York Times
"The Book Of Hours, Writ Large,” by Carol Vogel
City Pulse
"Art, dreams and jazz," by Lawrence Cosentino
London Evening Standard
“Bill Viola’s Martyrs, St Paul's Cathedral - exhibition preview,” by Ben Luke
Artnet News
"No Light Down Here in the 9/11 Museum," by Alexandra Peers
The Economist
“Remembering September 11th: A fitting tribute,” by R.W.
The Guardian
"Hallelujah! Why Bill Viola's Martyrs altarpiece at St Paul's is to die for," by Jonathan Jones
The Wall Street Journal
“Excavating Harsh Memories at Bedrock Level,” by Julie Iovine
Gulf News
“Richard Long’s walks in the wild" by Liz Jobey
The Los Angeles Times
“9/11 Memorial Museum works through nation's pain to honor victims," by Tina Susman
Artnet News
“Spencer Finch Immortalizes Crystalline Blue Sky at the 9/11 Museum,” by Sarah Cascone
Whitewall Magazine
"Love and (Art) Lust at Frieze," by Laura Van Straaten
The New York Times
“The Searing Blues of the 9/11 Sky,” by Randy Kennedy
Artforum
"Kathy Butterly," by David Frankel
Cherwell
“Milestones: Bill Viola,” by Naomi Polonksy
The New Yorker
The New York Times
“Strolling an Island of Creativity" by Ken Johnson and Martha Schwendener
Financial Times
“Bill Viola’s religious experience,” by Rachel Spence
The New York Times Style Magazine
“Artists on Artists: Michelle Grabner on Christopher Williams’s Vivid, Exacting Photographs,” by Carol Kino
Art in America
“Inside Frieze New York with Michelle Grabner” by Leigh Anne Miller
Artnet News
“Fred Tomaselli on New York’s Magical Humanity,” by Cait Munro
The Brooklyn Rail
"Kathy Butterly," by Corina Larkin
Artinfo
"VIDEO: The NY Times Reinterpreted by Fred Tomaselli at James Cohan,” by Dion Tan
New York Observer
"Out of Site: Finding Robert Smithson's New Jersey," by Andrew Russeth
Financial Times
“Faith, hope and video” by Peter Aspden
Gallerist NY
“Fred Tomaselli Is Off Drugs,” by Zoë Lescaze
The Daily Beast
“The Gray Lady Gets an Artistic Makeover,” by Justin Jones
Art in America
"Verbatim: Fred Tomaselli," by Brienne Walsh
W Magazine
“Mind-bending Current Events,” by Diane Solway
Out There NYC
“Current Events with Fred Tomaselli,” by Maria Brito
Frieze
“Mergers & Acquisitions,” by Colin Chinnery
The Art Newspaper
“For dust thou art,” by Helen Stoilas
Time Out New York
"Fred Tomaselli Interview," by Paul Laster
The New York Times
“Utopian Vision Born of a Harsh Truth,” by Hilarie M. Sheets
Express Milwaukee
“Art and Consumerism,” by Kat Murrell
Facing Nature: Collectie de Heus-Zomer
“William Monk, interview,” by Hans den Hartog Jager
Chicago Tribune
“Whitney artists in our backyard," by Lori Waxman
Bad at Sports
I am a child of the night, student of the dark: Philip Hanson at Corbett vs. Dempsey, by Kevin Blake
Wall Street International
“Richard Long: Prints 1970-2013”
West End Extra
“Ship ‘legacy’ sculpture by artist Yinka Shonibare is unveiled on Victoria Street,” by William McLennan
Time Out New York
"Ingrid Calame, 'Tracks'"
The New Yorker
"Ingrid Calame"
Imby
“Artist Talk Moderated by Linda Earle Focuses on Hudson Artist Shinique Smith,” by Dale Stewart
The Boston Globe
“For Matthew Ritchie, it’s playtime at the ICA,” by Cate McQuaid
The New York Times
"Upstairs and Behind Doors, Creative Passions," by Roberta Smith
The Spectator
“The Lisson show is so hermetic, sometimes we flounder for meaning. Nostalgic for the Future, Lisson Gallery – review,” by Ariane Bankes
Artdaily
“Simon Evans & Öyvind Fahlström "First we make the rules, then we break the rules" at Kunsthalle Dusseldorf”
Frieze
“Simon Evans & Oyvind Falstrom: Kunsthalle Dusseldorf,” by Timotheus Vermeulen
The Irish Times
“Moving images that freeze time,” by Lara Marlowe
Wavelengths
“An interview with Aldo Tambellini: going back again, forward… suspended in space, circular forms, broadcasting signals into spirals,” by Amelia Ishmael
Artforum
"Simon Evans"
The Wall Street Journal
"In Paris, Catching Fire," by Inti Landauro
The New York Times
"In Boston, Altering the Artist-in-Residence Concept," by Hilarie M. Sheets
Modern Painters
“Ins + Outs: Artist Hops"
Sculpture Magazine
“Yinka Shonibare: The Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia”
Hyperallergic
"Kathy Butterly and the Aesthetic Challenge of 'No Two Alike'," by John Yau
Hyperallergic
“Bill Viola’s Moving Void,” by Joseph Nechvatal
Glasstire
“FOCUS: Fred Tomaselli,” by Rafael Barrientos Martinez
artasiapacific
"Hiraki Sawa," by Hanae Ko
The New York Times
“Bill Viola’s Journey of Emotions,” by Rachel Donadio
Artinfo
"Review: Yinka Shonibare at the Barnes Foundation," by Thea Ballard
The New York Times
"New Jersey Images, Unbound by Galleries," by Martha Schwendener
The New York Times
“One Last Dance in the Old Place: 2014 Whitney Biennial Has New Faces and Interesting Choices,” by Holland Cotter
The New York Times
“On the Piers, Armory Show Evokes Cut and Paste,” by Ken Johnson
Artsy
“Five Questions for Michelle Grabner”
The Wall Street Journal
"Not Drowning but Creating," by Judy Fayard
Osmos Magazine
"Aldo Tambellini Videograms," by Lynn Maliszewski
Art in America
"Xu Zhen’s Brand of Armory Show," by Richard Vine
ARTnews
“Meet the Artist Who’s Co-Curating the Whitney Biennial,” by Barbara Pollack
Frieze
"Beatriz Milhazes," by Silas Martí
Artforum
“Michelle Grabner: Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland,” by Jeffrey Saletnik
Art in America
"Ingrid Calame," by Gregory Volk
Artforum
“Top Ten,” by Fred Tomaselli
The New York Times
“Wryly Nibbling at His Bread and Butter,” by Barbara Pollack
Arts+Culture Texas
“Focus: Fred Tomaselli” by Charissa N. Terranova
The Los Angeles Times
"Folkert de Jong's 'scary and beautiful' costumes for CRY, TROJANS!" by Karen Wada
Modern Painters
“Simon Says,” by Heidi Zuckerman Jacobson
The New York Times
“Operas Filled With Forbidden Love in Madrid,” by Anthony Tommasini
Art in America
“Yinka Shonibare MBE: ‘Magic Ladders’ at The Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia,” by Paul Laster
BBC News
“Tracey Emin and Arctic Monkeys win South Bank awards,” by Michael Osborn
W Magazine
“Unsentimental Education: Yinka Shonibare climbs the ladder at the Barnes Foundation," by Michael Slenske
The Wall Street Journal
“Artist Yinka Shonibare Makes a Move to the Barnes Foundation," by Carol Kino
The Japan Times
“Hiraki Sawa’s dream world: Worth the pause for thought,” by C.B Liddell
Star-Telegram
“The spiralling gyrations of Fred Tomaselli go on display at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth,” by Gaile Robinson
The Brooklyn Rail
“Artists on Ad,” by Byron Kim
Wall Street International
"Ingrid Calame.Tracks"
Village Voice
“Surface Surfeit: Ingrid Calame Traces the World,” by R.C. Baker
Mousse
"Michelle Grabner 'I Work from Home' at MOCA Cleveland," by Kris Paulsen
Art in America
"Aldo Tamebllini," by Naomi Lev
Interior Design
"Brotherly Love"
Sculpture Magazine
“Anonymous Exchanges: A Conversation with Shinique Smith,“ by Kathleen Whitney
Arte Fuse
“PICTURE THIS: Multi-Tracking with Ingrid Calame,” by Oscar Laluyan
Art in America
"Ingrid Calame"
Art in America
"Byron Kim, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego," Guide 2014
Artinfo
“James Cohan Now Represents Helene Appel,” by Rozalia Jovanovic
ArtSpace
Alison Elizabeth Taylor on "Harnessing the Power of Beauty" Through Marquetry By Alex Greenberger
Art Experience: NYC
"We Are the Primitives of a New Era. An Interview with Aldo Tambellini (Part I)," by Ernesto Menéndez-Conde
Art Experience: NYC
"We Are the Primitives of a New Era. An Interview with Aldo Tambellini (Part II)," by Ernesto Menéndez-Conde
Art Experience: NYC
"We Are the Primitives of a New Era. An Interview with Aldo Tambellini (Part III)," by Ernesto Menéndez-Conde
Out There
From the Studio to the Gallery: Surface Tension with Alison Elizabeth Taylor by Maria Brito
Artinfo
"VIDEO: Alison Elizabeth Taylor, Veteran of Veneer," by Dion Tan
artcritical
“Spooky and Luscious: Aldo Tambellini at James Cohan,” by David Brody
BOMB
"Scott Olson," by Veronika Vogler
The Brooklyn Rail
"Aldo Tambellini: We Are the Primitives of a New Era,” by Kara L. Rooney
Glasstire
"A Conversation with Bill Viola," by Peter Lucas
The New York Times
"The Art of Work, Hard-Core Edition," by Blake Gopnik
Ars Magazine
“The Desirable Things Made by a Man," by Karen E. Milbourne
Mousse
“After Effects: Art and Technology, Then and Now,” by João Ribas
Artforum
"Josiah McElheny," by Jason Foumberg
The Village Voice
“The Propeller Group Take on the Art World's Celebrity Fixation,” by Christian Viveros-Faune
Recent Future Archive
“Aldo Tambellini at James Cohan Gallery,” by Ane Bulow
Artforum
“Aldo Tambellini,” by Tina Rivers
Artdaily
“Aldo Tambellini’s first New York gallery exhibition in nearly four decades opens at James Cohan Gallery,” by
Hyperallergic
“The Propeller Group Lands in New York,” by Ellen Pearlman
Wall Street International
"Aldo Tambellini"
Time Out New York
“Time Out says”
Artforum
“Michelle Grabner: I Work From Home,” by Solveig Nelson
Time
"Brazil Top Modern Artist gets Rio Homecoming," by AP/ Jenny Barchfield
The Washington Post
"Brazil’s top modern artist, geometric abstractionist Beatriz Milhazes, gets Rio homecoming,” by Jenny Barchfield
Art in America
"Art in Transit: A Conversation with Shinique Smith,” by Melissa C. Morris
Weld for Birmingham
"Time Framed"
Artcore Journal
"Alison Elizabeth Taylor Brings It to the Table," by Melissa Messina
ArtAsiaPacific
"Hiraki Sawa: Figment," by Hanae Ko, July/August 2013
The Economist
"The art of Bill Viola"
Sculpture Magazine
“New York – Wang Xieda: James Cohan Gallery," by Stephanie Buhamnn
Modern Painters
"Spencer Finch," by Daniel Kunitz
Art in America
"Wang Xieda," by Carol Diehl
The New York Times
"Scott Olson," by Karen Rosenberg
The Huffington Post
“The Propeller Group Is On Our Radar: Multimedia Art Trio Talks Communism, ‘Argo’ And Graffiti,” by Katherine Brooks
Hyperallergic
"Late Bloomer: Philip Hanson’s Recent Paintings", by John Yau
Observer
“’The Temptation of the Diagram’ at Andrea Rosen Gallery,” by Andrew Russeth
Art Asia Pacific
"Web Review Subject Verb Object," by Jonathan Goodman
Art in America
"Art, Inc. Shanghai", by Travis Jeppesen
Art: 21 Blog
"Centerfield Embracing the cliché: An Interview with Michelle Grabner,” by Caroline Picard
Huffington Post
"Female Artists 2013: Celebrate International Women's Day With 10 To Watch This Year"
San Francisco Chronicle
"Raw Graces: Amy Feldman imbues her formalism with a bit of humor," by Nirmala Nataraj
The New York Times
"Giving Castoffs a Second Life," by Hilarie M. Sheets
Whitewall
"Shinique Smith: All you Need is Love," by Ryan McClure
The Guardian
"How Yinka Shonibare's sculpture park exhibition shoots to thrill," by Jonathan Jones
Frieze
"Jesper Just," by William Corwin
Bomb Magazine
“The Propeller Group,” by Diane Mehta
ArtInfo
Dion Tan, VIDEO: See Sculptor Wang Xieda’s “Subject Verb Object” at James Cohan Gallery
Gallerist NY
Zoë Lescaze, Look at This! Wang Xieda at James Cohan Gallery
Artforum
"Social Signals," by Ina Blom
Time Out Shanghai
“Q&A: Ingrid Calame” by Sam Gaskin
Art in America
"Return to Reality: Q&A with Trenton Doyle Hancock," by Paola Ferrario
Artforum
"Reviews: Jesper Just," by David Frankel
Modern Painters
"Portfolio: Bill Viola," by Kira Perov
Artforum
“Reviews: Spencer Finch,” by Ronald Jones
ARTPULSE
"Trenton Doyle Hancock: Prayer Warrior," by David Humphrey
Art and Auction
Artist Dossier "Beatriz Milhazes" by Eileen Kinsella
New York Times
“A Sea of Solitary Islands, Coming Together” by Hilarie M. Sheets
The New York Times
"Mernet Larsen: ‘Three Chapters’," by Roberta Smith
BOMB
"Josiah McElheny," by Gregg Bordowitz
Art: 21
"Transmission | An Interview with Aldo Tambellini: Black Zero, Avant-Garde Jazz, and the Cosmic Void," by Amelia Ishmael
New York Times
“Jesper Just: ‘This Nameless Spectacle’”, by Ken Johnson
Art Experience: NYC
"Yinka Shonibare MBE and the Art of Resistance," by Ernesto Menéndez-Conde
Art21 - Art in the Twenty-First Century
Season 6 "Boundaries"
Artforum
"Josiah McElheny: Some Pictures of the Infinite," by Branden Joseph
The Guardian
"Olympics 2012: Richard Long's cycling art shows British Landscape at its best," by Jonathan Jones
London and South East National Trust
"Richard Long's Box Hill River Road"
The Guardian
"When a young artist meets an ancient meteorite," by Vanessa Thorpe
Phaidon
"Richard Long at work in the studio"
Yorkshire Post
"Elemental art that speaks for itself" by Sheena Hastings
Graphite
"Scott Olson's Homage to Paint," by Kaitlyn Kramer
The Boston Globe
"Josiah McElheny’s expanding universe," by James H. Burnett III
Ars Magazine
"Carpintera, artista y artesana," by Barbara Celis
The Guardian
Richard Long: ‘It was the swinging 60s. To be walking lines in fields was a bit different, by Charlotte Higgins
The New York Times
"Glass is Pretty but, He Hopes, Troubling, Too," by Judith Dobrzynski
D Magazine
"The Labor of the Idea" by Peter Simek
Modern Painters
"Staring into Space: Katie Paterson Shoots for the Heavens," by Coline Milliard
Randian
"Shi Zhiying's Infinite Lawn" by Christopher Moore
A Sky Filled With Shooting Stars
"I Guess I'm Greedy!," by Robert Ayers
The Guardian
“Portrait of the artist: Bill Viola, video artist,” by Laura Barnett
Art and Seek
"Death and Poetry in Plastic: Erick Swenson at the Nasher" by Jerome Weeks
The Dallas Morning News
“Erick Swenson’s Animal Re-Creations Make a Lasting Statement at the Nasher” by Michael Glanberry
Dallas Fort Worth Star-Telegram
"Sculptor Erick Swenson's shell games" by Gaile Robinson
The Guardian
"Katie Paterson, the cosmicomical artist," by Brian Dillon
The Dallas Morning News
"Sightings: Erick Swenson" by Rob Brinkley
ARTnews
"Risky Business," by Barbara Pollack
The Brooklyn Rail
"Michelle Grabner with Barry Schwabsky," by Barry Schwabsky
ArtForum
"Byron Kim at James Cohan Gallery" by Suzanne Hudson
Wall Street Journal
"The Edge of a New Frontier" by Peter Plagens
Randian-online.com, Gu Ling, Sages' Sayings, Wang Xieda Solo Exhibition, Reviews, Jan 16, 2012
The Believer
"The Process in which an artist discusses making a particular work: Fred Tomaselli - Night Music for Raptors," by The Believer
Artinfo
"20 Questions for Painter and Conceptual Artist Byron Kim"
99ys.com
(Chinese) interview:A talk about the origin of Arts, by Yang Ke, Dec. 08, 2011
Art in America
"From the Rooftops," by Virginia Dwan
Art in America
"Night Rider: Q+A with Byron Kim" by Fave Hirsch
Modern Painters
"Byron Kim" by Daniel Kunitz
ART iT
"Bill Viola: Beyond Horizon," by Andrew Maerkle
The New York Times
"Cutting Through Cute To The Real Japan," by Carol Kino, October 16, 2011
The Journal
"Ingrid Calame: a simple request from a dynamic artist," by Troy Holmes
Artforum
"Lee Mullican," by Annie Buckley
Art Experience: NYC
"Simon Evans: Myth of the Ordinary Language," by Ernesto Menéndez-Conde
katiepaterson.org
100 Billion Suns - an online archive
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“The Art of Elias Simé,” by Peter Clothier
Daily Serving
"An Interview with Folkert de Jong," by Michael Tomeo
Art Papers
Alison Elizabeth Taylor
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"Bundles of Energy," by Karen Rosenberg
Art in America
"Video Dreams: Hiraki Sawa," by Michael Rush, March 2011
Artforum
"Josiah McElheny," by Maggie Taft
Artforum
“Ingrid Calame: Monterey Museum of Art, La Mirada” by Glen Helfand, February 2011.
Art Ltd.
"Ingrid Calame" by Eve Wood, January 2011
Artinfo
"The Imperial Commoner: A Q&A With Yinka Shonibare, MBE" by Coline Milliard
Art Asia Pacific
“All That Creeps Below the Surface: Tabaimo,” by Ashley Rawlings
Huffington Post
"Care Bears and My Little Pony: Shinique Smith's Brooklyn Treasure Trove," by Marina Cashdan
The New York Times
"Fire and Water, Death and Wagner," by Tim Teeman
The Washington Post
“Exhibit Review of Spencer Finch’s ‘My Business, With the Cloud’ at the Corcoran,” by Blake Gopnick
The Village Voice
"Trace Elements" by Robert Shuster, September 1, 2010
Modern Painters
"Seeing Stars," by Gabriel Perez-Barreiro
The New York Times
"Crystalline Architecture," by Karen Rosenberg
Sohu
(Chinese)Collabration appreciated by Western Museums, review for Xieda's exhibition at IVAM, July 24, 2010
Bomb
"Fred Tomaselli," by David Shields Fall 2010
Rhizome
"Interview with Katie Paterson" by Ceci Moss
The Brooklyn Rail
"Kathy Butterly: Pantyhose and Morandi," by John Yau
Telegraph
"Fourth Plinth: Yinka Shonibare Interview," by Martin Gayford
Huffington Post
"A Perilous Intellectual High Wire Act," by Matthew Ritchie
Art & Auction
"Fred Tomaselli," by Meghan Dailey
Senses of Cinema
"Little Pieces of Infinity: Hiraki Sawa's 'O'"
Modern Painters
"Interview: Yun-Fei Ji" by Carnelia Garcia
Art Papers
"Erick Swenson" by Felicia Feaster
New York Times
"Part Traditionalist, Part Naturalist, Part Dissident," by Dorothy Spears
ARTnews
"Clothes Connection" by Barbara Pollack
Artforum
"Josiah McElheny," by Robert Pincus-Whitten
Parkett
"Josiah McElheny"
Washington Post
"National Gallery makes room for a New Master, in the flesh" by Blake Gopnik
Artforum
"Critics pick - Matthew Ritchie," by Emily Weiner
ArtForum
"Fred Tomaselli Aspen Art Museum," by Catherine Taft
D Magazine
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Buffalo News
Artist finds abstract beauty in traces of Buffalo's past" by Colin Dabkowski
Ars Magazine
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Ars Magazine
"The Year of Beatriz Milhazes," by Juan Manuel Bonet
The Guardian
"Artist Ingrid Calame on how she draws," by Ingrid Calame
Savannah Morning News
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"Headless Bodies From a Bottomless Imagination," by Deborah Sontag
The Independent
"Richard Long: Walks on the wild side" by Tom Lubbock
The Guardian
"Richard Long moves heaven and earth at Tate Britain"
Telegraph
"Richard Long: Heaven and Earth at Tate Britain, review," by Richard Dorment
Frieze Magazine
“Elias Simé,” by Quinn Latimer
The Guardian
"One Step Beyond," by Sean O'Hagan
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"The Talk; Hut Couture," by Susan Morgan
Los Angeles Times
“Review: 'Elias Sime: Eye of the Needle, Eye of the Heart' at Santa Monica Museum of Art,” by David Pagel
Christian Science Monitor
“The trash of life is Elias Sime's art," by Gloria Goodale
The New York Times
"Art in Review: Trenton Doyle Hancock," by Roberta Smith
Moderna Museet Stockholm
Interview with Tabaimo
Independent
“Close-Up: Katie Paterson,” by Mike Higgins
New York Times
"Modern Motifs, with Echoes of Brazil," by Carol Kino
The New York Times Magazine
"The Big Picture," by Alix Browne
New York Times
“Cinematic Images of Masculine Vulnerability,” by Ken Johnson
Frieze
"Jesper Just," by Eliza Williams
Modern Painters
"Against the Grain," by Christopher Turner
Artforum
"Josiah McElheny at Moderna Museet," by Ronald Jones
Art in America
"Yinka Shonibare at James Cohan," by Faye Hirsch
The New York Times
"An Artist Breathes New Life into Renaissance Ways With Wood," by Carol Kino
RES
"Interview with Beatriz Milhazes"
The New York Times
"Is Painting Small the Next Big Thing?" by Roberta Smith
New York Times
"Tabaimo," by Roberta Smith
New York Sun
"Storytelling, Stall by Stall," by John Goodrich
Artforum
"Scott Olson," by Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer
Art & Auction
"In the Studio: Yinka Shonibare, MBE," by Constance Wyndham
Art in America
"The Finch Effect" by Stephanie Cash
Domaine de Kerguéhennec
"Christian Lacroix in Conversation with Beatriz Milhazes"
New York Times
"Folkert de Jong: Les Saltimbanques," by Benjamin Genocchio
The New York Times
"Stop Your Engines! The Artist is Tracing," by Dorothy Spears
Frieze
"Nahum Tevet," by Ronald Jones
Another Magazine
"Magic Realism," by Siri Hustvedt
Parkett
“Spencer Finch: Measures and Pleasures," by Mark Godfrey
Boston Globe
“Playing with the past while examining the fault lines of memory, At Mass MoCA, Finch ponders limits of knowing,” by Ken Johnson
The New York Times
"Trying to Capture a Trick of Light, a Tug of Memory" by Bridget Goodbody
The New York Times
"Erick Swenson," by Bridget Goodbody
Elle Decor
"Ingrid Calame," by David Colman
Art Forum
"Yun-Fei Ji at James Cohan Gallery," by David Frankel
Art Review
"Tabaimo: Reality Bites," by Skye Sherwin
New York Times
"Art In Review: Fred Tomaselli at James Cohan G1allery," by Jeffrey Kastner
Time Out
"Matthew Ritchie," by Time Out editors
New York Times
"Where Art Imitates Gardening (and Vice Versa)," by Dorothy Spears
Art Prostitute
"Interview with Erick Swenson," by Brian Gibb
BOMB
"Jesper Just," by Roselee Golberg
New York Times
"Hiraki Sawa," by Ken Johnson
The New York Times
"The Entire Universe on a Dimmer Switch," by Dorothy Spear
The New York Times
"Lee Mullican's Countercultural Vision at the Grey Gallery," by Roberta Smith
Elle Decor
"Beatriz Milhazes," by David Colman
Artforum
"1000 Words," by Josiah McElheny
BOMB
"Practice and Theory: Yinka Shonibare," by Anthony Downey
The New York Times
"Sculpture by the Earth, But Not Limited by It," by Michael Kimmelman
Art in America
"Erick Swenson, " by Edward Leffingwell
Los Angeles Times
"A Pop naturalist," by Christopher Knight
Artforum
"Erick Swenson: James Cohan Gallery," by Meghan Dailey
The Los Angeles Times
"Lee Mullican: a Modernist whose sun rose in the West," by Christopher Knight
Tema Celeste
"Tabaimo," by Akiko Miki
Artforum
"Matthew Ritchie - Andrea Rosen Gallery," by Frances Richard
Parkett
"Transcendence is Pop," by James Rondeau
Parkett
"Tomasell's Postmodern Gnosticism," by Daniel Pinchbeck
Parkett
"Through a Window, Darkly," by Dan Cameron
The Los Angeles Times
"Erick Swenson at UCLA Hammer Museum," by Christopher Knight
BOMB
"Beatriz Milhazes," by Adriano Pedrosa
Art in America
"Robert Smithson at James Cohan," by Susan Harris
Art on Paper
"Robert Smithson's Drawings, 1962," by Carter Ratcliffe
The Los Angeles Times
"Taking the Long View," by Christopher Knight
BOMB
“Matthew Ritchie,” by Jenifer Berman
The New York Times
"Robert Smithson: He Made Fantasies as Real As Mountains," by Peter Schjeldahl,
The New York Times
"Art: Robert Smithson, Pre-Minimal Paintings," by Grace Glueck
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