Writing



2017

Drawing on Firsthand Experience to Depict the Horrors of Katrina


An Impulse Towards Narrative: Agnès Varda at Blum & Poe


Alice Neel’s Uptown


Sue Williams


Katherina Grosse: Color and Dimension Unbound


2016

Caitlin Keogh: Loose Ankles


Vintage Postcards for the Apocalypse: David Opdyke at Magnan Metz


Live Fully and Well: Art at Slag Gallery in a Time of Trauma


Faith and Formalism: Rachel Harrison at MoMA


The Kinetics of Stillness: Maria Hassabi at MoMA


Tim Hawkinson: Counterclockwise at Pace Gallery


America is Hard to See: David Hammons at Mnuchin


Nona Faustine: White Shoes at Smack Mellon Gallery


Ralph Eugene Meatyard at D.C. Moore Gallery


2015

Angel Otero: New Paintings at Lehmann Maupin Gallery


Strong Sweet Sorrowful Sculptures by Alina Szapocznikow at Andrea Rosen Gallery


Chuck Close: Red Yellow Blue at Pace Gallery


Rodríguez Calero: Urban Martyrs and Latters Day Santos at El Museo del Barrio


Emily Mason: The Intuitive Print at Russell Janis


Exposed: Shows by June Leaf and Joan Semmel


Boundless: Judith Scott at the Brooklyn Museum


2014

Counter Forms: Tetsumi Kudo, Alina Szapocznikow, Paul Thek, Hannah Wilke at Andrea Rosen Gallery


Bill Lynch at White Columns


Revival: Xanti Schawinsky is Rediscovered


Looming Tower: Monika Sosnowska at Hauser & Wirth


Larry Clark: they thought I were but I aren't anymore at Luhring Augustine Gallery


Howardena Pindell: Paintings 1974-1980 at Garth Greenan Gallery


Metro at Julie Saul Gallery


2013

Jason Middlebrook: My Landscape at Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art


Mushroom Hunter at The Journal Gallery


George Sugarman: Painted Wood at Garth Greenan Gallery


Surface, Support, Process: The 1960s Monochrome at the Guggenheim Museum


“Calder, Mi Amigo” in Vanity Fair España, (no. 100, December 2016, pp. 186-195). Translated into Spanish. Download PDF (English text) here.

 

The Passionate Art of LGBTQ Prisoners in the U.S.

 

Criticism and Civility

 

Patriotism: A Schooling (and Unschooling) (Also published in the premiere print issue of Blunderbuss Magazine and featured on Literary Hub)


10 Things to Know About Alexander Calder


VoCA Talk: Jaime Davidovich


Crisp Focus: Hilton Als Talks Diane Arbus at the New Museum


Mary Calder Rower (1939 – 2011)


"A Personal, Possible Guide to Writing Criticism" in Zephyr, Issue #2, Fall 2013


"When You're Running Towards It, Before It Hits You" in Zephyr, Issue #1, Spring 2012


"Mary Calder Rower, 1939-2011" in In Memoriam: Mary Calder Rower 1939-2011 (also excerpted in Brooklyn Rail), 2011


"Savage and Deliberate: Alexander Calder's Wearable Art" in The Magazine Antiques, March 2008


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