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Equal Means Equal

Jerry Hall, Paris Hilton, Lizzy Jagger, Georgia May Jagger, Theodora Richards, Swoon, Mashonda Tifrere, Natalie White, and more launch the #EqualMeansEqual Campaign for Equal Rights in support of the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment; art donors include Tracey Emin, Will Cotton, Hank Willis Thomas, and more (May 2019 - onward) — Click here to view press kit landing page and press release

Women’s Wear Daily  || Girl Power Fuels Equal Means Equal Campaign; “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, again. And recruit a few of your influential friends to help out.” May 22, 2019

The New York Times  || Rupert Murdoch Is a ‘Big Feminist,’ Says His Wife, Jerry Hall; "The “Equal Means Equal” campaign kickoff drew a glittery crowd to the Times Square Edition hotel, which provided burger sliders along with an open bar and a performance by Lisa Fischera backup singer for the Rolling Stones. Here was Lizzy Jagger (the daughter of Ms. Hall and Mick Jagger, who has been a lobbyist for the cause since 2016) conferring with her sister, Georgia May Jagger, and their Stones “cousin,” Theodora Richards. There was Fran Lebowitz, sandwiched among Peter Brant Jr., Amy Sacco and Anne Dexter-Jones.” May 22, 2019 (online); May 23, 2019 (print)

The New York Times  || Paris Hilton, Jerry Hall, Gayle King and Ava DuVernay Party for Social Justice; “Paris Hilton was a host of a party for the “Equal Means Equal” campaign on May 21 at the Times Square Edition hotel. The campaign seeks to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment.” May 23, 2019

Playboy  || The Equal Rights Amendment Is One State Away, and Lizzy Jagger Wants You to Help Push It Over the Top; “Notoriously, the <Equal Rights Amendment> has not been ratified despite having been passed by Congress in 1972. … Its 24 words are so simple and fundamental, you, like Paris <Hilton>, might not believe they’re not already law: Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex.” June 10, 2019

ARTnews  || ‘If I Am Not Offending People, There Is Something Wrong’: Artist Natalie White on Using Her Art to Fight for the Equal Rights Amendment; "In an era when women’s bodies remain battlegrounds and women’s lives are increasingly in danger from discriminatory legislation, few people are aware of the ERA, its history, its promise, and its urgent necessity." May 30, 2019

The Daily Mail || Paris Hilton wows in showstopper silver mini dress as she joins sister Nicky in a designer cape at equal rights campaign launch in New York; “Equal Means Equal is a groundbreaking exploration of gender inequality in the USA.” May 22, 2019

W Magazine  || Paris Hilton Partied For the Sake of the Equal Rights Amendment; “… A decade later, Hilton is still very much on the scene, but now—as was the case this week—its for a good cause. On Tuesday, Hilton, along with her sister Nicky and fellow scions Georgia May and Lizzy Jagger, attended the launch of the Equal Means Equal campaign in support of the Equal Rights Amendment.” May 25, 2019

ArtLeadHer + Donna Karan

King Woman: Female artist advocacy nonprofit ArtLeadHer collaborates with fashion icon and philanthropist Donna Karan for an art exhibition and month of cultural programming (March 8 - April 7, 2019) — Click here to view press kit landing page and press release

The Wall Street Journal  || Donna Karan Has a Lot to Talk About; "Ms. Karan partnered with ArtLeadHer, a women-in-the-arts advocacy nonprofit, on the exhibition, “King Woman,” which opened on March 8 and closes on April 7. Forty percent of the exhibition’s proceeds will go toward a new foundation providing resources for girls from grades 8 through 12. There will also be a month-long series of events, including discussions on topical issues." March 8, 2019 (online), March 9, 2019 (print)

Cultured  ||  Donna Karan & Mashonda Tifrere on ‘King Woman,’ an Exhibition Empowering Women to be Kings; Interview: "Last week, Tifrere and Karan opened King Woman, their collaboratively curated show at Urban Zen, 705 Greenwich Street. Cultured sat down with the two powerhouses to discuss the show, women in art, and what empowerment looks like." March 20, 2019

Whitewall  ||  Donna Karan and Mashonda Tifrere’s Empowering “King Woman” Show; Interview: "… the collaborative presentation between Karan and nonprofit ArtLedHER’s Mashonda Tifrere was an empowering expression of feminist art." April 16, 2019

Women’s Wear Daily ||  Donna Karan, Mashonda Tifrere’s Art Lead Her Team for ‘King Woman’ Exhibit at Urban Zen; "Tifrere and Karan said they feel a shift happening in the art world — women are bolstering other women’s artwork and careers in the industry so they can be seen and heard." March 15, 2019 (online), March 18, 2019 (print)

Women’s Wear Daily  ||  How Fashion and Beauty Brands Are Celebrating International Women’s Day 2019; "<Donna Karan> is collaborating with ArtLeadHer, a women-in-the-arts nonprofit organization, to host an all-female art exhibit on Friday at the former art studio of Karan’s late husband, Stephan Weiss. Curated by ArtLeadHer founder, Mashonda Tifrere, the exhibit will showcase 15 emerging artists and their work that explores identity and femininity." March 6, 2019

artnet News || Editors’ Picks: 19 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World, Armory Week Edition; "Mashonda Tifrere has curated a new iteration of her feminist art show “King Woman” … Fashion designer Donna Karan is hosting the exhibition, which features work by emerging and mid-career artists including Swoon, Bisa Butler, and Delphine Diallo. The show’s title looks to defy expected gender roles, where women are praised as “goddess” or “queen,” but never allowed to aspire to kingliness." March 4, 2019

Steinunn Thorarinsdottir

ARMORSa public art installation on the Cloisters Lawn (May 9 - September 13, 2018) — Click here to view press kit landing page and press release

The New York Times  ||  Outdoor Art Installations to Get Excited About; "The pairs might seem at first like combatants ready to do battle, as the medieval exterior of the Cloisters looms in the background. But looking closer reveals that the nude androgynous figures are posed in the same stance as the armor. You see the outside and the inside at once, a transformation that manages to illuminate the human fragility and vulnerability in gleaming metal." May 25, 2018

The New York Times  ||  New York Today (for May 9, 2018); "Coming up today: 'Armors,' Steinunn Thorarinsdottir’s exhibition featuring replicas of suits of armor from the Met, opens with a reception at Fort Tryon Park in Washington Heights. 5 p.m." May 9, 2018

Observer  ||  Knight in Shining Armor Trope Gets a Public Reckoning at NYC’s Cloisters; "... this summer, artist Steinunn Thorarinsdottir is challenging these long-held, gender-coded assumptions through her site-specific public installation at Manhattan’s Fort Tryon Park, where she has installed three androgynous metal figures in dialogue with suits of armor cast from custom 3-D scans of real suits in the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s collection." May 22, 2018

Time Out New York  ||  Life-size knight sculptures are taking over the Cloisters Lawn; "ARMORS is a new outdoor art installation coming to the Cloisters Lawn this May, and three of its figures replicate the 16th century armor found at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The statues were created by Icelandic sculptor Steinunn Thorarinsdottir, who’s known for the figures of androgynous folks she’s placed at iconic landmarks across the globe, including in Reykjavík outside Hallgrímskirkja church and Hammarskjöld Plaza near Second Avenue in NYC back in 2011. " April 27, 2018

The Art Newspaper  ||  Three to See"While the exhibition Heavenly Bodies takes up space inside the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Upper Manhattan outpost for medieval art, a group of earthly bodies has landed at the Cloisters Lawn in Fort Tryon Park, in the Icelandic artist Steinunn Thorarinsdottir’s public work, ARMORS. The project places Thorarinsdottir’s typical nude, androgynous life-sized figures, based off the body of her son, face-to-face with replicas of 16th-century European suits of armour selected from the Met’s collection. " May 10, 2018

The Art Newspaper  ||  Ten public art works to see for free around New York this summer"They have been 3D scanned by the museum’s imaging department and cast in the same aluminium as the human figures. Unlike in a museum setting behind glass, where the armour’s original purpose is somewhat lost, the artist says, these “are actual firm, cast sculptures that people can approach, touch and feel the tension between the armour and the naked vulnerable human being opposite.” July 2, 2018

artnet News  ||  The Met 3-D Scanned Three Suits of Armor for an Icelandic Artist’s Public Art Show at the Cloisters; "Visitors to New York’s Cloisters just might meet their knight in shining armor this summer. A new public art installation from Icelandic artist Steinunn Thorarinsdottir is bringing life-size copies of real suits of armor from the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Medieval collection to the Cloisters Lawn in Fort Tryon Park." May 17, 2018

NY1  ||  Fort Tryon Park armor exhibit gets suited up (two live, onsite news segments and a produced segment that ran hourly); "A new art installation has brought suits of armor into a Manhattan park. Fort Tryon Park's "Armors" by Iceland-based artist Steinunn Thorarinsdottir features three human-like figures that appear to be speaking with the suits of armor." May 21, 2018

Lepore Savage Gallery

Rose is a Rose (inaugural exhibition), October 2 - November 1, 2015

T: The New York Times Style Magazine  ||  Nanette Lepore Opens an Art Gallery — and Her Home — to the Public; "The 20th-century salon-style exhibition, “Rose is a Rose,” includes eight New York-based contemporary artists who retool classical iconography, set against pieces from Lepore and Savage’s personal collection, which comprises Cézanne and flea-market finds alike." Oct. 1, 2015

Vanity Fair  ||  Nanette Lepore Turns Her Living Room—Yes, Her Actual Living Room—into a Public Art Gallery; "In its heyday, Gertrude Stein’s apartment at 27 Rue de Fleurus was a hotbed for the Parisian art scene ... But, if New York designer Nanette Lepore and her husband have their way, this 20th-century salon-style viewing will no longer be an artifact of the past, but a reality of the present." Oct. 2, 2015

artnet News  ||  Fashion Designer Nanette Lepore Opens an Art Gallery in Her Posh West Village Townhouse; "Having conquered the fashion world with her boho-chic look, designer Nanette Lepore has decided to try her hand at art dealing. Alongside her husband, singer and painter Robert Savage, she’s opening Lepore Savage Gallery, an alternative art venue that will host its first opening tonight (invite only, of course) in the couple’s West Village townhouse." Oct. 2, 2015

Forbes  ||  Fashion Power Couple Nanette Lepore and Bob Savage Convert Their Home Into Lepore Savage Gallery; "Lepore has decided to share her other lifelong passion of fine art with the world. She is doing so by opening her own home to the public, transforming her living room into one of the more aesthetically vibrant art galleries in New York, Lepore Savage Gallery." Oct. 5, 2015

Travel + Leisure  || Nanette Lepore’s New Art Gallery is in Her Living Room; "Designer Nanette Lepore and her husband and business partner, painter Robert Savage, may have already conquered the fashion world, but there’s no reason they can’t take on the art world too. Their new Lepore Savage Gallery may do just that." Oct. 5, 2015

Vanity Fair  ||  Culture List; "Every week in Culture List, Vanity Fair editors present a ruthlessly curated selection of parties, art openings, exhibits, and mustn’t-miss events ... <this week>, New York–based designer Nanette Lepore and her husband, Robert Savage, have put their own spin on “open house” by turning their West Village home into a new art gallery." Sept. 30, 2015

In Bloom, an exhibition launching the gallery's expansion to Amagansett (July 9 - 17, 2016)

Blouin Artinfo  ||  Lepore Savage Gallery, Art in a Town House and by the Sea; "In an era when blue-chip galleries operate more and more like multinational corporations, it’s easy to feel nostalgic for a time when looking at art was an intimate affair. So it was a welcome development when the fashion designer Nanette Lepore and her husband and business partner, Robert Savage, launched their salon-style space, Lepore Savage Gallery, in their Manhattan town house last October. This past weekend, the couple expanded the venture to their seaside home in Amagansett, New York." July 14, 2016

Forbes  ||  Nanette Lepore and Bob Savage Bring the Lepore Savage Gallery Concept to The Hamptons; "Nanette Lepore and husband and business partner Bob Savage have long held an association with the visual art world in tandem with fashion label Nanette Lepore. This association reached new heights last year when Savage and Lepore opened a gallery right out of their beautiful home in the West Village. ... Lepore Savage Gallery ultimately works because of how personal it feels." July 19, 2016

Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art  ||  In Bloom: An Interview with Nanette Lepore and Bob Savage, the Fashion and Art Couple Behind Lepore Savage Gallery; "It’s clear that Ms. Lepore has no trouble dream mining the artistic works populating In Bloom for similar sartorial inspiration, while simultaneously appreciating the paintings for what they are and not just sample patterns and color swabs." July 2016

Blouin Artinfo  || Instagram: "Nanette Lepore with Robert Savage and daughter Violet Savage at Lepore Savage Gallery, an alternative art space that expands to their Amagansett home this weekend with 'In Bloom' ...," July 8, 2016

artnet News  ||  Must-See Art Guide: The Hamptons, July 7, 2016

Barbara Prey

MASS MoCA unveils the world's largest watercolor painting (May 28, 2017) — Click here to view press kit landing page and press release

Smithsonian  ||  The Story Behind the World’s Largest Watercolor Painting; "Watercolors are among the least forgiving mediums for artists to work with ... still, when <MASS MoCA> approached celebrated contemporary painter Barbara Prey about creating what would become the largest known watercolor painting in the world to celebrate the opening of Building 6, its newest wing located in North Adams, Massachusetts, she was up for the challenge." June 22, 2017

artnet News  ||  Mass MoCA Just Became One of America’s Largest Museums; "The architects also opened up double height spaces to accommodate the light-based works of James Turrell. Also on view will be Barbara Prey’s massive 8 ft. x 15 ft. specially commissioned watercolor depicting the space in its original pre-renovations state, thought to be the largest watercolor in the world, and described by <museum director Joseph> Thompson as a “technical tour de force.” May 19, 2017

VICE  ||  The World's Largest Watercolor Goes on Display at MASS MoCA; "An unusual (but quite interesting) commission to say the least, the painting is something of a cultural preservation of an older America. ... Prey's painting, the result of a two-year endeavor beginning in 2015, is also notable for a variety of reasons beyond offering a historical slice of an iconic building. For starters, Building 6 Portrait: Interior is quite literally the largest-known watercolor painting ever created in terms of total square footage. Its sheer size is more than just visual grandeur; it's also an incredibly technically challenging feat to accomplish, considering how watercolor dries much quicker than other forms of painting, and how mistakes are near-impossible to cover up in this particular medium." May 30, 2017

Hyperallergic  ||  Required Reading; "This week, the world’s largest watercolor painting, the bedcover Rauschenberg stole, the language of autocrats, Crapumenta, Apple’s new HQ, and more.” May 21, 2017

artnet News  ||  There’s Only One Visual Artist on the NEA’s Board. Here’s What She Thinks of the Imperiled Organization’s Future.; "Working primarily in the unforgiving medium of watercolor, Prey built a career by selling her delicately composed works of landscapes, seascapes, and various scenes of American life to the US government and high profile private collectors including Orlando Bloom and Tom Hanks. Her works hang in over 100 US embassies around the world. She is one of only two living female artists who has work in the White House permanent collection, and has been commissioned by NASA on numerous occasions. Recently Prey was commissioned by MASS MoCA to create a monumental watercolor—said to be the world’s largest—for the museum’s newly inaugurated Building 6. The completed work hangs at the museum alongside works by Louise Bourgeois and Robert Rauschenberg." Aug. 16, 2017



VICE || Artists Are Occupying Museums to Protest Big Pharma; “Brandishing a paint brush helped quell her inner chaos and heal the trauma of an early childhood raised by mentally ill mother with an extreme opiate addiction. Thirty years later, Curry, who goes by the nom de plume Swoon, is a world-renowned street artist, known for painting illustrative portraits and building intricate installations that probe the depths of her psyche.” Oct. 24, 2018

InStyle  ||  Street Artist Swoon on Why Her Work Can Be Girly and Gritty; "The artist, born Caledonia Curry, is a study in contrasts. A classically trained painter-turned-street art heavyweight, she's best known for her breathtaking, goddess-like cut-out portraits, which have found fans in the fine art and graffiti worlds alike. Wheat pasted in cities across the world, they're raw but also dreamy and—unlike most street art—boldly feminine." May 1, 2018

Forbes  ||  New York Street and Installation Artist Swoon Uses Humanity as Her Most Powerful Tool; "Throughout all of her projects, from her early street art to her installations, an element of humanity and activism runs throughout." Feb. 23, 2016

artnet News  ||  Swoon Taps Swizz Beatz and Shepard Fairey for Artist-Run Beauty Salon, May 18, 2016

artnet News  ||  Here’s What Artists Have to Say About the Future of America Under Donald Trump, Nov. 10, 2016

Swoon and Jeffrey Deitch in Conversation: a fundraising event benefitting the Heliotrope Foundation and Pen + Brush (Nov. 21, 2017)

artnet News  ||  Editor's Picks: 12 Things to See in New York This Week, Nov. 20, 2017

Art Nerd New York  ||  Swoon and Jeffrey Deitch in Conversation, Nov. 15, 2017

Heliotrope Prints: affordable, limited-edition fine art prints with 100% of proceeds benefitting the Heliotrope Foundation's arts-based community-building initiatives in Haiti, New Orleans, and the Rust Belt town of Braddock, Pennsylvania

Playboy  ||  Killer Art for a Good Cause: The Heliotrope Foundation is a Holiday Gifting Miracle; "Caledonia 'Swoon' Curry has always taken an interdisciplinary, humanist approach to her creations, and her latest project is no different." Dec. 24, 2016

Forbes  ||  Swoon Pulls 96 Artists in Fundraiser for the Heliotrope Foundation; "This fundraising initiative, which Swoon began in 2012, has since ballooned to include an impressive and still-growing list of contributors that reads as a clear survey of the most interesting and successful artists (period) working today." Dec. 4, 2016

artnet News  ||  Gifts for the Art Lover in Your Life; "Ebony G. Patterson is just one of 96 artists featured in Swoon‘s Heliotrope Foundation limited edition art prints series ... It’s affordable art by big name artists, and all of the proceeds go to the non-profit." Dec. 16, 2016

The Light After, an immersive installation at Detroit's Library Street Collective gallery; simultaneously: Thalassa at the Detroit Institute of Arts (October 8 - November 26, 2016)

VICE  ||  Street Artist Swoon Brings a Spiritual Installation to Detroit, "Curry’s work ultimately turns her personal experience into something that an entire community can be a part of; making connections and helping people move on, whether it’s her mother, or the people of Detroit. " Oct. 17, 2016

artnet News  ||  Swoon Installation Breathes Life, and Death, Into Deserted Detroit Architecture; "In Detroit, where gentrification is a significant concern, Swoon’s prominent role in the local art community is undeniable." Oct. 18, 2016

Hyperallergic  ||  Glimpses of the Afterlife in Swoon’s New Installation; "Taken as a whole, Swoon’s cast of characters is as multicultural and diverse as Detroit itself, and it’s heartening to see the portraits of everyday folk that she started out installing, unauthorized, on the streets of New York, continuing to get due respect in a gallery setting ... While Swoon’s work travels far and wide, it seems to foster connection and accessibility wherever one finds it." Nov. 3, 2016

CultureSource ||  Fall for Swoon as She Sweeps Through Detroit; "Regardless of context, Swoon’s work is always aesthetically astonishing—her street handle seems like a self-fulfilling prophecy, for it’s hard to avoid falling for her heartfelt portraits—but even with all her recent institutional success, there remains something fundamental and powerful about encountering her imagery out on the streets." Oct. 17, 2016

The Huffington Post  ||  Artist Simulates What It’s Like To Have A Shared-Death Experience; "Swoon hopes that the exhibition, which visualizes the experience of dying as one bursting with light and love, will change the way people think about death, or at least open their minds to visions beyond the norm." Oct. 11, 2016

Blouin Artinfo  ||  Datebook: Swoon’s Site-Specific Installation for Solo-Exhibition at Library Street Collective Gallery, Detroit; "The installation is a way for the artist to understand and explore the transition between life and death through the anecdotal lenses of near-death experience and empathetic death experience. The concept originated from Swoon’s experience with what she later identified as the latter." Sept. 27, 2016

Art Nerd New York  ||  Swooning for SWOON in Detroit; “snow” covers the gallery from floor to ceiling, with intricately cut paper and Mylar, to give an ethereal sensation that is both calming and emotionally evocative." Oct. 12, 2016

Whitewall  ||  Experience Swoon's 'The Light After' in Detroit; "Hundreds of hand cut paper pieces of paper and Mylar elements covering a vast 2,500 square foot of gallery—floors, walls, and ceilings. The intricate and highly immersive “The Light After” explores the sensory aspect of the transition between life and death by site-specifically responding to the duality of the Downtown Detroit gallery’s architecture." Nov. 16, 2016

Joseph Grazi

Prehysteriaa monthlong NYC exhibition of 12 new works, featuring a 240-square-foot floor work—unavoidable and designed to be walked on—containing 70 live mice neatly organized within a Plexi-covered network of uniform modular habitats (October 19 - November 20, 2017)

The New York Times  ||  Manhattan Gallery’s Squeaking Floor Angers Rodent Lovers; "In clear plexiglass cages, designed to be stepped upon, they peer up underfoot in an exhibition exploring phobia ... and the public response has revealed the challenges of weighing criticism against artistic repression." Oct. 29, 2017

The New York Times  ||  The Learning Network: Is This Exhibit Animal Cruelty or Art?; The Learning Network is a resource for middle- and high school teachers and students, encouraging important cultural discourse by presenting prompts tied to salient current events. Oct. 31, 2017

NowThis News  ||  This artist used 70 live mice in an art exhibit — and received death threats for it, Nov. 9, 2017

Untapped Cities  ||  A Walk With Live Mice: Exhibition Seeks to Uncover Why We’re Scared of NYC Pests; "The critter-filled floor is one of the centerpieces of Prehysteria — a portmanteau of “prehistoric” and “hysteria” — which references how humans have an inherited cognitive disposition to ward off prehistoric threats; it’s a condition that still persists to this day, even in the modern context of the city. The exhibition specifically focuses on the themes of control and chaos, allowing visitors to come face to face with their primordial fears in a controlled and aesthetic environment. After all, Prehysteria not only questions why we’re afraid of pests, but also our relationship to them: why do we perpetuate the construct of “pests?,” and what happens when we exert control — in this case, manmade control — over this fear?" Nov. 1, 2017

artnet News  ||  Art Industry News: Need-to-Read, "New York Artist Upsets Anti-Cruelty Activist  The rodents in the installation are happy and well fed, claims artist Joseph Grazi. But his project, The Social Network, has upset a rodent anti-cruelty campaigner." Oct. 30, 2017

Time Out New York  ||  Animal advocates are throwing a fit over an LES art installation; "Some artists paint; some model in clay. A few provocateurs, however, use the animal kingdom as their medium... " Nov. 2, 2017

artnet News  ||  Editor's Picks: 20 Things to See in New York This Week; "Balancing themes of chaos and control, the immersive nature of the exhibition and its sprawling, crawling centerpiece will enable visitors to confront their primordial fears in the context of a carefully controlled and aesthetically compelling environment." Oct. 16, 2017

Natalie White

A Muse Me at Bill Brady Miami (April 14 - May 13, 2017)

Playboy  ||  Feature: Art Provocateur Natalie White is Harnessing Her Sexuality for Equal Rights; May/June 2017 issue (print), April 19, 2017 (online)

Blouin Artinfo  ||  Natalie White at Bill Brady, Miami; "The exhibition <features> 14 nude self-portraits created with the iconic 20 x 24-inch Polaroid camera from 1978. White’s practice embraces a cross-generational reverence for late-20th century American art and culture. Captured through the Polaroid’s distinctively retro process and aesthetic, with only the artist in the frame, these works appear as though they could have been made 40 years ago. White’s use of double exposures produces a translucent overlay effect in the images, making it look as though she’s interacting with an identical twin. The result is a mysterious take on the idea of intimacy—between two people, or, perhaps, with ourselves." May 1, 2017

VICE  ||  Arrested for Her Art, an Activist Artist Shows Enormous Nude Polaroids; "The polaroids are vibrant and evocative, at once engaging the viewer in White's own self-narrative. Her use of multiple exposures allows for an almost voyeuristic view of her inner dialogue.” May 13, 2017

ARTnews  ||  Pictures at an Exhibition: Natalie White at Bill Brady, Miami; "The solo exhibition presents 14 large-format Polaroid self-portraits by the artist, a former muse and model to various male photographers." April 25, 2017

Miami New Times  ||  Natalie White, Former Model for Male Artists, Takes Control of the Camera; "In the age of the self-centered selfie, Natalie White’s self-portrait nudes are anything but. The muse to many art and fashion luminaries has turned the camera lens on herself in "A Muse Me," featuring 14 large-format (20 inches by 24 inches) Polaroids created with the same 1978 kit as self-portraiture pioneers Andy Warhol and Chuck Close." April 28, 2017

Whitewall  ||  Natalie White Takes Control of Her Image in A Muse Me; "White began modeling for artists like Will Cotton, George Condo, and Peter Beard, traveling internationally at a young age. She got tired of being dismissed for her role in the process of what really were mutual collaborations ... As she told us, “Being my own muse put me in control.” And that self-reliance as a woman felt comfortable for her; it put her at ease. White has since garnered a reputation as a provocative feminist artist," April 28, 2017

Straddling the line between activism and performance art, Natalie White transforms her criminal trial proceedings into performance artwork in The United States of America v. Natalie White: a performance piece on female self-representation in D.C. criminal court (January 17 - 19, 2017)

Playboy  ||  Is a Resurrection of the Equal Rights Amendment Near? "While the prosecution had spent the trial debating the merits of washable craft paint, White had used it to capitalize on the fortuitous timing of her trial date and the crackling political energy surrounding the Women’s March and Trump’s inauguration, moving her stage from the Capitol’s steps to a courtroom to shine a brighter spotlight on the ERA." April 7, 2017

Forbes  ||  Artist, Activist, and Muse Natalie White Loses D.C. Court Case But Gets The Win For Women Everywhere; "White, who surely brought a cinematic Warholian flare to the proceedings, did receive prior council from the famed D.C. first amendment attorney Mark Goldstone and the celebrated civil rights attorney Ron Kuby. Her friends and fellow women’s rights activists, Lizzy Jagger, daughter of Mick and Jerry Hall, and Academy Award winning actress Patricia Arquette were on hand to witness exchanges," Jan. 21, 2017

VICE  ||  How Natalie White Turned Her Criminal Trial into Performance Art; "After DC Capitol Police arrested White for writing “ERA NOW” in water-soluble paint on the sidewalk in front of the US Capitol Building, the feminist activist turned due process on its head by transforming her criminal trial proceedings for “defacing public or private property” into performance art advocating for the yet-to-be-passed Equal Rights Amendment (ERA)." Jan. 27, 2017

artnet News  ||  Artist Natalie White Found Guilty of Defacing Property for Painting In Front of Capitol Building; "As people prepared for the international Women’s March on January 20, artist Natalie White was in District of Columbia court. She was found guilty of defacing public/private property for painting “ERA NOW” on the pavement outside the Capitol Building last summer. White chose to represent herself, turning the trial, which ran January 17 and 18, into a work of art." Jan. 23, 2017

Bullett  ||  A Look Inside Feminist Artist Natalie White's Criminal Trial Turned Performance Art Piece; "Given the absurdity of <the criminal investigation> and the utter badass-ness of Natalie White, the artist opted to turn what would be a two-day legal ordeal into a performance piece. Representing herself, White sought to bring increased attention to the importance of an Equal Rights Amendment while shedding light on some of the nonsense embedded in our legal system. She even had a couple high-profile friends, Oscar-winning actress Patricia Arquette and model/actress Lizzie Jagger, act as character witnesses." Jan. 20, 2017

Observer  ||  Natalie White Makes Trial Into An Artwork; "Artist Natalie White has made her trial for defacing government property with the words “ERA Now” into art. The piece is called United States v. Natalie White: a performance piece on female self-representation in D.C. criminal court and took place (you guessed it!) in a court room last week. The judge pushed back on prosecutors’ request that White be banned from visiting D.C., and fined her a mere $50 for scrawling her message on the Capitol Building last summer." Jan. 23, 2017

The Washington Post  ||  Actress Patricia Arquette testified in D.C. court for friend who was arrested last summer; "Arquette was a witness for her friend Natalie White, a New Yorker who was arrested in July for spray-painting “ERA NOW” in red letters on the sidewalk on the Lower West Terrace of the U.S. Capitol Building." Jan. 17, 2017

RT  ||  Rapper B. Dolan & Activist Natalie White Join Lee Camp; "In this all new episode of Redacted Tonight VIP, Lee Camp talks with artist-activist Natalie White, who was arrested for scrawling “ERA NOW” in support of the Equal Rights Amendment in front of the US Capitol steps." Jan. 27, 2017


NowThis News  ||  The response to this naked woman statue is the reason why it was needed in the first place, Nov. 9, 2017

New York Magazine  ||  Women’s Rights Group Files Lawsuit Over Title IX Rollback, Oct. 20, 2017

Document Journal  ||  After posing for the $5.2 million George Condo, Natalie White is now her own muse, June 7, 2018

Office Magazine ||  Transmissions From Space, June 26, 2018

artnet News  ||  Editor’s Picks, June 18, 2018

Eric White

Triage and Relics at GRIMM New York (November 30, 2018 - January 13, 2019)

The Art Newspaper || Three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend: From cross-cultural pollination in Armenia's Christian art to a pagan awakening; "<White's> latest series of surreal yet hyper-realistically rendered paintings present a psychologically complex narrative of a woman living in the Vietnam War/Watergate era. Disillusioned with her reality, she turns inward to find truth in her own pagan awakening." Jan. 10, 2019

artnet News || With Fans Like Leonardo DiCaprio and Tyler the Creator, Artist Eric White Has Quietly Developed a Devoted, High-Profile Following;"White developed a backstory about a secretary living in 1970s America who manages her frail mental state by obsessively exercising control over little shrines of collectible items: photos, beetles, balls of yarn. The paintings are laden with ’70s ephemera and misplaced pop-culture references intended to mirror the frayed psyche of the artist’s character." Dec. 11, 2018

Art Nerd New York || Eric White's Triage at GRIMM New York; "White’s new show, Triage (through January 13), does what art is supposed to do; transports the viewer deep inside his or her own imagination, into a picture postcard sent from 1973." Dec. 23, 2018

Arte Fuse || Eric White: Triage | Relics at GRIMM New York; "Through the lens of a fictional character—a woman in 1973 who compulsively arranges mundane objects and cultural ephemera into intricate shrines—Triage examines the psychology of those who fixate on control as a way to manage chaos." Jan. 8, 2019

Automobile || Feature to come in June 2019 print issue (online in May)

Juxtapoz || A Cinematic and Pop Odyssey: Eric White "Triage" and "Relics" at GRIMM Gallery, NYC; "Eric White has an epic palette. Not in some sort of grandiose over the top style, but he paints big scenes with such care and detail that you think you are staring at a large movie screen as you walk through a gallery of his works." Nov. 30, 2018

Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art || Eric White on Pop Culture, Watergate, Vietnam, and Time Travel; "The seven works on view, which touch on the anxiety and angst of 1970s socio-political climate in the United States, manage to express commonplace American fear culture in an anecdotal and playful manner that allows to viewer to enjoy both the quirkiness of the subject matter and the aesthetic merit of the work." January 2019

The Dog Miami 2016

Curated by Christopher “Jillionaire” Leacock of Major Lazer, The Dog is a bar, dancehall, and art gallery rolled into one (Nov. 30 - Dec. 3)

Interior Design  ||  Standout Installations From Miami Design Week 2016; "Colorfield, a metallic hand-woven canopy of Mylar ribbon by Stephen Burks, glistened 10 feet above the Dog, a week-long pop-up space near Wynwood. Designed in collaboration with graphic artist duo Mogollon, Colorfield immersed attendees in a veil of mirrored light." Dec. 7, 2016

The Huffington Post  ||  Influencer Spotlight: Christopher “Jillionaire” Leacock; "Searching for a way to bridge the gap between the art world and the “everyman”, Christopher Leacock came up with the idea for The Dog. Similar to the Bauhaus movement, the popup, which took place during Miami Art Week, sought to inspire expression across the creative disciplines. A bar, dance hall, and gallery rolled into one, The Dog featured art by Tim Biskup, musical performances by Wild Belle and DZA, and saw over 1,700 RSVPs each night.." Jan. 11, 2017

PAPER  ||  What's Happening Thursday at Art Basel Miami Beach 2016; "Swoon and the Heliotrope Foundation host a launch reception for the 2016 Heliotrope Prints featuring Aidan Koch, Rashaad Newsome, Kenny Scharf, etc. at The Dog (1306 North Miami Avenue). The Dog also hosts several nights of art/design (Tim Biskup, Mogollon, Stephen Burks Man Made) and music (Brenmar, Craze, Peachfuzz, Gaslamp Killer, DZA, Nick Hook etc.) curated by Major Lazer's Jillionaire." Dec. 1, 2016

Miami New Times  ||  Miami Art Week 2016: The Best Things to Do During Art Basel on Wednesday; "Curated by Christopher Leacock, better known as Major Lazer's Jillionaire, the Dog is an arts and culture pop-up launching tonight at the Bar at 1306. Bacardi beverages and art installations are on the agenda, but the main draw is a different live musical act each night. Tonight, Wild Belle will take over the dancehall." Nov. 30, 2016

Time Out Miami  ||  The Best Art Basel 2016 Parties; "The Dog is billed as a bar, dancehall and art gallery rolled into one. It features an art bar by Southern California artist Tim Biskup and is curated by Major Lazer’s Jillionaire, Xavier Burt and local production outfit Poplife. " Nov. 23, 2016


SATELLITE Miami Beach 2016, taking over the entirety of a retro, Miami Vice-style dive hotel, is a concept-driven alternative art fair that positions itself at the confluence of art, music, performance, new media, and technology (December 1 - 4, 2016)

Artspace  ||  Confessions of a Miami Party Monster; "Satellite Art Show was an explosion of youthful energy and creativity. Suddenly I was in an artists’ playground where each room had another experience waiting in store thanks to a constant rotation of performances. It was like running through a funhouse of exciting young art. I couldn’t force myself to leave and ended up spending my remaining daytime hours in Miami at that show ... Youthful and rebellious, the Satellite Art Show was my favorite part of the whole week." Dec. 7, 2016

Playboy  ||  Lap Dances, Tattoos and… Fine Art? Meet Art Basel’s Sexy Little Sister; "Where else can you check out a Venice Biennale U.A.E. Pavilion artist, enjoy a lap dance and leave with some fresh ink? As the fair’s director Brian Whiteley puts it: 'We believe art can be marketable and still have a soul.'” Dec. 2, 2016

Hyperallergic  ||  Miami Beach’s Satellite Art Fair Draws the Interactive into Its Orbit; "This year at Miami Beach’s Satellite art fair, I viewed art the way I might’ve as a child: excitedly and experientially. The work is fresh and innovative and interactive and smart." Dec. 2, 2016

artnet News  ||  Satellite Art Show Brings ‘More Fun’ to Miami Art Week; "The quirky art fair stood out among Miami Art Week offerings ... the fair was installation-based, with the seedy motel rooms of the Parisian transformed beyond recognition ... Where else are you going to have this much fun?" Dec. 6, 2016

The Wall Street Journal  ||  Five Artists to Watch at Art Basel Miami Beach; "... a playful vibe also imbues the 25 satellite art fairs—a record tally—that have set up shop around the city. Artist duo Jen Catron and Paul Outlaw intend to critique the profusion of satellite displays by swimming around in a makeshift bowl of cereal located outside the Satellite Art Show." Nov. 26, 2016

VICE  ||  The Most Uncanny Installations at Miami Art Week; "In Castor Gallery’s room at SATELLITE, dried palm fronds frame a silky, glowing bedroom, adorned with vintage girly mags, roses, and donuts. It’s a place for its creator, and you get to take part in, too." Dec. 5, 2016

Blouin Artinfo  ||  ‘SATELLITE Art Show’ at South Beach, Miami; "Each space at this fair offers an opportunity for visitors to collect new works of art along with experiencing art in new and unique ways ... SATELLITE 2016 will feature more than 50 international exhibitions by the most progressive organizations of current time." Dec. 1, 2016

The Financial Times  ||  Art museums heating up Miami’s cultural scene; "An artist-run, experiential affair, Satellite debuted last year as a free-roaming fair with a young crowd. This year it has settled on a centralised home and has a lively programme of events that takes in a post-feminist tattoo parlour and a queer strip club." Nov. 25, 2016

artnet News  ||  Jen Catron and Paul Outlaw Swim in 3,000 Gallons of Milk for Art at SATELLITE in Miami; "In many ways, Miami Art Week is about spectacle and making a splash, and the second edition of the SATELLITE Art Show is set to do just that." Nov. 9, 2016

Miami New Times  ||  Art Basel Miami Beach 2016 and Its Satellite Fairs Make Miami Art Week a Crazy Extravaganza; "Only in its second year, SATELLITE is the scrappy, crazy newcomer." Oct. 5, 2016

The Art Newspaper  ||  Our guide to the satellite fairs during Art Basel in Miami Beach; "Here's a breakdown of some of the more interesting projects around town ... [SATELLITE Art Show] will be the site of a continuing playful performance.Nov. 30, 2016

PAPER  ||  What's Happening Thursday at Art Basel Miami Beach 2016; "This is an artist-run and concept-driven alternative fair that includes music, performance, new media and technology. For example: They're planning a a queer strip club, a virtual reality lounge, a post-feminist tattoo parlor and after-hours entertainment in the hotel's penthouse curated by NYC alt venue Trans-Pecos." Dec. 1, 2016

Miami New Times  ||  Art Basel and Miami's Satellite Fairs Compete for the Art World's Attention; "Located in a retro, Miami Vice-style dive hotel, Satellite will feature a quirky medley of art, music, performance, new media, and technology. Guests can visit the DiMoDA — the Digital Museum of Modern Art — through Oculus Rift headsets. Or make a permanent memory at the Famousonmars Custom Tattoo Parlor, where you can get a real tat, themed with feminism and social codification." Nov. 29, 2016

Anne Spalter

Miami Marbles, PULSE Contemporary Art Fair's inaugural PROJECTS Special Commission (PULSE Miami Beach, December 1 - 4, 2016)

Billboard  ||  Art Basel Miami: 6 Events You Don't Want To Miss; "check out the site-specific installation "Miami Marbles" ... by digital artist Anne Spalter, who created images on large spheres using photos and videos of Miami." Nov. 29, 2016

Blouin Artinfo  ||  Must-See Satellite Fairs in Miami; "Heading into its 12th year in Miami, [PULSE] is debuting its first special commission from the digital arts pioneer Anne Spalter. Attendees can view her manipulated photographs and video footage, taken from events during last year’s Art Basel Miami Beach, on large-scale kaleidoscope-patterned “marbles” throughout the fair." Nov. 29, 2016

artnet News  ||  Female Artists Take Their Rightful Place at PULSE Miami Beach; "[Miami Marbles is] PULSE’s first stab at a specially-commissioned project, and it makes for a striking entryway to the fair." Dec. 2, 2016

VICE  ||  16 Must-See Shows at Art Week Miami 2016; "There’s much more to Anne Spalter’s Miami Marbles project for PULSE art fair than meets the eye ... Spalter herself is something of a Renaissance woman: she majored in mathematics at Brown University, received her MFA in painting from RISD, and founded the digital fine arts program at RISD in the 1990s. If, against all odds, the Miami art scene doesn’t provide enough stimulation this December, perhaps adding another virtual dimension, another layer of reality, will finally satisfy." Nov. 28, 2016

VICE  ||  13 Works Dominating Art Basel Online; "These thirteen pieces are the like-rockets that have been showing up over and over on the art world's Instagram feed." Dec. 2, 2016

The Huffington Post  ||  Art Basel in Miami Beach 2016: The Best Events of the Week; "Anne Spalter’s site-specific installation, Miami Marbles, are a must-see." Dec. 3, 2016

The Financial Times  ||  Art museums heating up Miami’s cultural scene; "Visitors to this year’s edition [of PULSE] will be greeted by Anne Spalter’s installation, Miami Marbles: abstract digital images of the city printed on huge orbs." Nov. 25, 2016

The Miami Herald  ||  Women Artists to Look Out For During Miami Art Week; "There will be plenty of women at the forefront of this year’s PULSE Art Fair. Among them are accomplished digital mixed-media artist Anne Spalter ... " Nov. 22, 2016

Interior Design  ||  7 Standout Installations From Miami Design Week 2016; "Anne Spalter's Miami Marbles, PULSE Art Fair’s inaugural commissioned installation, features digitally manipulated footage of Miami Beach printed on helium-filled orbs. A custom augmented reality app makes the spheres swirl kaleidoscope-style." Dec. 7, 2016

PAPER  ||  Mega-Guide to Art Basel Miami Beach 2016; "Check out the site-specific installation, "Miami Marbles," at [PULSE]'s entrance by digital artist Anne Spalter. The artist used photos and videos of the city to create abstract images on large spheres." Dec. 1, 2016

PSFK  ||  Marble-Like Mini-Worlds Invade Miami Art Week And Your Mobile Screen; "even users who’ve never stepped foot in Miami Beach can summon up the marble-like mini-worlds ... the app has expanded the longevity of Miami Marbles beyond its original intent." Dec. 6, 2016

Forbes Travel Guide  ||  Everything You Need to Know About Art Basel Miami Beach; "at PULSE Miami Beach (December 1 to 4), catch more than 70 galleries plus its first commissioned work by digital artist Anne Spalter," Nov. 30, 2016

Artsy  ||  PULSE Miami Beach 2016 Programming; "By abstracting Miami’s topography, Spalter encapsulates the vibrancy of the city within each of her expansive spheres. An augmented reality component will allow guests to engage with the orbs through an interactive interface." Nov. 18, 2016

Whitewall  ||  Your Guide to the Miami Fairs; "PULSE is debuting a PROJECTS section with “Miami Marbles”—a commission from digital artist Anne Spalter that uses photographs and video replicas of last year’s Miami Arts Week, and digitally alters and distills images of the city’s atmosphere, architecture, and foliage to create contemporary landscapes." Nov. 23, 2016

Whitewall  ||  PULSE Miami Articulates Postmodernism; "When approaching the two interfacing North and South tents, floating bubbles that seem to be retaining all the camp imagery of Miami from exploding, welcome you and set the tone for what awaits." Dec. 1, 2016

The New York Post  ||  Everything You Need to Know About Miami Art Week; "Digital artist Anne Spalter is creating an augmented-reality installation, Miami Marbles, consisting of spheres printed with abstracted city images. Use the Marbles app to make them morph and to spot other orbs throughout the fair." Nov. 29, 2016

Widewalls  ||  PULSE Miami Beach Returns Strong for the 12th Edition; "Spalter digitally alters and distills images of the city’s atmosphere, architecture and foliage to create contemporary landscapes." Nov. 29, 2016

Rug News  ||  Liora Manné Takes 'Art for the Floor' to New Heights at Art Basel Miami; "Manné takes custom floor coverings to new heights of artistry in collaboration with renowned digital artist Anne Spalter. " Nov. 30, 2016

Precession, SPRING/BREAK Art Show's site-specific lobby installation (March 1 - 7, 2016)

Forbes  ||  Today is the Last Day to View Digital Artist Anne Spalter's SPRING/BREAK Art Show Lobby Installation; "Spalter, who has a BA in mathematics and visual art from Brown as well as an MFA from RISD, seeks to make measurable and algorithmic sense in the chaos of everyday life ... There is something comforting about looking at Spalter’s work." March 7, 2016

W Magazine  ||  Anti-Armory: Scenes from SPRING/BREAK; photos 16 and 28: "Precession (2016) by Anne Morgan Spalter," March 4, 2016

Surface  ||  Instagram: "'This intervention by Anne Spalter of the James A. Farley Post Office's old Directory board is ingenious.' —Surface editor-in-chief @spencercbailey on @annespalter's work at @springbreakartshow," March 5, 2016

Village Voice  ||  Spellbinding Pieces at the 2016 SPRING/BREAK Art Show; “The Village Voice captured a few of the most memorable artists and pieces from the exhibit … <here is> Anne Spalter in front of her installation, Precession” March 4, 2016

Paper  ||  9 Things to See This Armory Arts Week; "Check out <SPRING/BREAK Art Show's> lobby installation by Anne Spalter, founder of RISD's original digital art curriculum in the 90s," March 1, 2016

Artforum  ||  Rites of Spring: Armory Arts Week; "I stumbled into one theatrical environment after another, some with next-level, new generation artworks. At the third-floor entrance <of SPRING/BREAK Art Show> were three thousand square feet of a digitally printed New York mural by Anne Spalter," March 7, 2016

Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art  ||  Anne Spalter's Precession at SPRING/BREAK Art Show; “Precession is a kaleidoscopic digital mandala of whirling New York ephemera. … Spalter <created a> highly complex installation that serves as an obvious photo opportunity for iPhone wielding fair-goers while never compromising her love of painting, primarily by acknowledging how computers can assist and propel her love of the medium as opposed to alienating her from it.” March 2016

New York Magazine / Bedford + Bowery  ||  How to See Art During Armory Weekend and Still Afford to Eat; "It seems that the installation work is what many of us will find most eye-popping at Spring/Break -- Artsy shared photos of one by artist Anne Spalter, who made use of the existing walls and mounted flat screen panels to craft a cosmic, oil-slicked playground for amoebas," March 4, 2016

Whitewall  ||  SPRING/BREAK's Fifth Installment: The Coolest Show this Week; " ... the 3,000 square foot installation is a swirl of psychedelic algorithms. ... Mixed media—including video installations on small screen panels, scattered throughout the room—find ways to tuck perfectly in between images of New York City," March 3, 2016

Gothamist  ||  Album: Spring/Break Kicks Off Armory Arts Week With A Long Line & A Kissing Closet (photo 4), March 2, 2016

Autre  ||  Allure of the Palimpsest; "<SPRING/BREAK Art Show> brings together major but decidedly confrontational artists, with exhibitions and works from Barbara Kruger, Anne Spalter (whose stunning installation will be the first thing you see in the fair’s lobby), Greg Haberny, David Shapiro ... ," March 2, 2016

Autre  ||  Fashion review: Paris Ready-to-Wear Collections 2016 (Givenchy FW 2016); " ... wild psychedelic prints, like mandala-decorated blouses and dresses that were not all that unlike Anne Spalter’s recent exhibit at Spring Break Art Show," March 10, 2016

Hyperallergic  ||  Spring/Break, a Sprawling Alternative Art Fair that Delivers; featured image: " ... Anne Spalter’s allover lobby mural Precession, curated by Elizabeth Keithline," March 3, 2016

Artsy  ||  At SPRING/BREAK, 800 Artists Tackle Technology, Ownership, and Appropriation; featured image: "Anne Spalter’s installation curated by Elizabeth Keithline," March 2, 2016


W Magazine || The Most Instagrammed Art of Armory Week 2019; “Artists like Pajtim Osmanaj and Anne Spalter even managed to bring the outdoors inside, though the latter chose to do so upside-down, mirroring her view on the current state of public affairs.” March 9, 2019

Gothamist || The Always-Bizarre Spring/Break Takes Over An Office Building In UN Plaza, March 6, 2019

artnet News  ||  Check Out Anne Spalter’s Trippy Vision of New York City at Fulton Center; "Pioneering digital mixed-media artist Anne Spalter will make you look at New York City with fresh eyes. Her video piece New York Dreaming, on view at the Fulton Center subway station, transforms views of the city into a psychedelic, constantly shifting vision of geometric beauty." Feb. 15, 2017

DNAinfo  ||  Brooklyn Artist's 'Kaleidoscope' of NYC Skyline On View at Fulton Center; "Brooklyn-based digital media artist Anne Spalter's "New York Dreaming" installation, sponsored by MTA Arts & Design, transforms videos of the city's iconic skyline into a kaleidoscope of moving images." Feb. 16, 2017

Hyperallergic  ||  Spring/Break Art Show Trades Labyrinthine Rooms for Immersive Installations; "Anne Spalter‘s painstaking covering of the entrance’s outer wall with 160 charcoal drawings ... although they seem similar at first glance, each work is actually unique; collectively, they visualize the rhythms of ritual drumming. Spalter created an accompanying sound piece derived from a French Polynesian fire dance she witnessed. Its soft patterings enliven the sterile atrium and introduce unseen mystery into the room." May 9, 2017

artnet News  ||  SPRING/BREAK BKLYN IMMERSIVE Is a Welcome Relief from Art Fair Frenzy; "At the entrance is Anne Spalter’s Ring of Fire (2017), a site-specific atrium installation of 800 unique charcoal drawings covering the wall. Each drawing, with its distinct marking made with an erasure, is a gaping void. Together, they create a beautiful rhythmic collection that documents patterns of gestures. The piece also includes a sound component: an recording of tribal drums inspired by the artist’s visits to French Polynesia." May 8, 2017

VICE  ||  Exploring a Huge, Glowing, Immersive Warehouse Experience at Frieze Week; "Despite the openness of the space, the show was set up in a way that two artworks were sequentially encountered by the viewer before all others. 160 charcoal drawings by Anne Spalter were tiled along the entrance of the space, acting as an "analog representation of rhythmic tribal drums" derived from a French Polynesian fire dance the artist encountered." May 17, 2017

Library Street Collective

Legendary L.A.-based graffiti writer REVOK presents SYSTEMS, a Los Angeles solo exhibition informed by the maturation of and divergence from his foundational artistic identity and prolific 26-year career in the streets (October 22 - November 12, 2016)

Playboy  ||  Meet the Artist Who Used Graffiti-Erasing Tools to Create New Work, Oct. 21, 2016

Artsy  ||  Inspired by Frank Stella, L.A. Artist Revok Takes Graffiti in a New Direction, Nov. 10, 2016

artnet News  ||  LA Graffiti Legend REVOK Crosses Over to the White Cube, Oct. 21, 2016

The Los Angeles Times  ||  Datebook: "The graffiti artist known as REVOK is exhibiting his first ever works on canvas in a pop-up exhibition in Mid-City that brings together 17 pieces informed by his work on the street," Oct. 20, 2016

Juxtapoz ||  REVOK's "SYSTEMS" in Los Angeles, Oct. 17, 2016

Blouin Artinfo  ||  REVOK's First Canvas Venture at Library Street Collective Los Angeles, Oct. 24, 2016

Mass Appeal  ||  REVOK Disrupts with Series of Anti-Paintings and Abstract Work, Oct. 31, 2016

Zahra Sherzad

A Thousand Mornings: Joseph Ari Aloi, who after graduating RISD in ’94 built a cult following as a tattoo artist to Marc Jacobs and Heath Ledger with stints like a live tattoo residency at Deitch Projects and the credited inspiration for Rei Kawakubo’s FW 2015 Comme des Garçons line, pivots to his classically trained roots with a Chelsea exhibition of 26 new works (September 7 - 28, 2017)

artnet News  ||  Editor's Picks: 13 Things to See in New York This Week, Sept. 4, 2017

Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art  ||  Joseph Ari Aloi's 1000 Mornings, Sept. 2017

The Unseen World, a solo exhibition from Tomoko Sugimoto, Japanese mixed-media artist and core studio figure to Takashi Murakami since 1996 (September 7 - 11, 2016)

artnet News  ||  Tomoko Sugimoto, Takashi Murakami’s Painting Director, Takes Time Out for Her Own Gallery Show, Sept. 9, 2016

Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art  ||  Tomoko Sugimoto Unveils New Embroidery Works in NY, Sept. 2016

Blouin Artinfo  ||  Datebook: Tomoko Sugimoto’s New Body of Work Showcased in New York, Sept. 9, 2016

Art Zealous  ||  Japanese Identity Is Woven Into Tomoko Sugimoto’s “The Unseen World,” Sept. 9, 2016

Guest of a Guest  ||  Tomoko Sugimoto: The Unseen World, Sept. 8, 2016

Art Nerd New York  ||  From Takashi Murakami to The Unseen World: Tomoko Sugimoto, Sept. 7, 2016

Brian Andrew Whiteley

The Legacy Stone, Central Park, Easter morning 2016

The New York Times  ||  Artist Behind Donald Trump Gravestone in Central Park Steps Forward, May 10, 2016 (Print: May 11, page C1)

The New York Times  ||  Trump Headstone in Central Park: Mystery Solved, May 9, 2016 (Print: May 10, front page below the fold; cont'd page A18)

ARTnews  ||  Matters of Life and Death: Brian Whiteley Retrieves His Trump Tombstone from the NYPD, July 20, 2016

VICE  ||  Donald Trump's Gravestone Is "Not a Death Threat," April 4, 2016

Esquire  ||  The Artist Who Planted a Trump Tombstone in Central Park Explained Why He Did It, April 3, 2016

Hyperallergic  || The Artist Behind the Trump Tombstone Explains Their Intentions, April 5, 2016

Bullett  ||  Chatting with the Anonymous Artist Behind that Donald Trump Tombstone, April 12, 2016

Gothamist  ||  How A Brooklyn Artist Allegedly Snuck Trump's Tombstone Into Central Park, April 2, 2016

Oliver Clegg

Life is a Gasssss at Erin Cluley Gallery (April 9 - May 7, 2016)

Forbes  ||  Artist Oliver Clegg Steps into the Spotlight to Share Ideas at Dallas Arts Week; "UK-born and Brooklyn-based painter and conceptual artist Oliver Clegg ... has been building one of the most impressive and important bodies of work in the entirety of the art world for over 10 years." April 4, 2016

Autre  ||  Life's a Gasssss: An Interview with Oliver Clegg; "The sculpture, along with much of Clegg's work, is a statement on our culture’s addiction to information and subsequent information overdose." April 11, 2016

Bullett  ||  More is More at the Dallas Art Fair; "Oliver Clegg’s painting of a deflated Bart Simpson, among other popular characters, at his solo show at Erin Cluley Gallery." April 21, 2016

Artforum  ||  Scene & Heard for Dallas Arts Week 2016; "A more creative party came in the form of artist Oliver Clegg’s rotating table sculpture for dealer Erin Cluley’s dinner, changing positions every twenty minutes and providing a welcome reprieve from unideal seating assignments." April 22, 2016

Denis Gardarin

UNTITLED Miami Beach, December 1 - 6, 2015

Observer  ||  8 Must-See Satellite Art Fair Booths in Miami: We chose 8 out of one-hundred-trillion-zillion, Dec. 1, 2015

W Magazine  ||  The Best of Art Basel According to SCAD's Paula Wallace, Dec. 4, 2015

Forbes  ||  Antwerp-Based Artist Joris Van de Moortel Collides Object and Sound at UNTITLED Miami Beach, Nov. 30, 2015

Blouin Artinfo  ||  Instagram: "Don't miss Belgian intermedia artist Joris Van de Moortel's first U.S. solo show at UNTITLED Miami Beach...," Dec. 1, 2015

Blouin Artinfo  ||  Gallery: Highlights from UNTITLED Miami 2015, Dec. 2, 2015