My writing on contemporary art and essays have appeared in The Brooklyn Rail, Artdish and Pulse-Berlin Magazine.

ART CRITICISM
You Can't Please All 1981 by Bhupen Khakhar 1934-2003“Bhupen Khakhar: You Can’t Please All,” (Tate Modern, London) in The Brooklyn Rail (Feb 2017).
Resized8-Standley-Gimme-Shelter“Insecurities: Tracing Displacement and Shelter,” (The Museum of Modern Art, NYC) in The Brooklyn Rail (Dec 2016).

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“Güslün Karamustafala: Chronographia” (Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin) in The Brooklyn Rail (September 2016).

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“Rodney MacMillan: Views of Main Street” (The Studio Museum in Harlem, NYC) in The Brooklyn Rail (June 2016).

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“Pia Camil: A Pot for a Latch” (New Museum, NYC) in The Brooklyn Rail (March 2016).

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“Ebony G. Patterson Dead Treez” (Museum of Art and Design, NYC) in The Brooklyn Rail (Feb 2016).

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“The Divided City: Stadt/Bild” (KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Deutsche Bank Kunsthalle, Berlinische Galerie, Berlin) in The Brooklyn Rail (Dec 2015).

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“Wolfgang Tillmans Book for Architects,” (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City) in The Brooklyn Rail (September 2015).

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“Latin America in Construction: Architecture 1955-1980,” (MoMA, NYC) in The Brooklyn Rail (July 2015).

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“Buckingham at the Henry: Something to Talk About,” (Henry Art Museum, Seattle) in Artdish (September 2008).

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“Josiah McElheny: Capturing Modernity’s Falling Star,” (Henry Art Museum, Seattle) in Artdish.

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“Roman Art from the Louvre at Seattle Art Museum,” (Seattle Art Museum, Seattle) inArtdish.

ESSAYS

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“Fractured Environments: In Conversation with Aleksander Hemon,” in Pulse-Berlin Magazine.

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“On Building and Destroying the Ties That Bind: An Exchange with Dubravka Ugresic,” in Pulse-Berlin Magazine.

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