Chicago | The New York Times

In Dishes and Dolls, a Foundation of Feminist Art
Written by Laurel Graeber
April 27, 2022

Barnette | Mousse

The Keepers: Sadie Barnette and Ja’Tovia Garry in Conversation with Erin Christovale
April 29, 2022

Bowers | Art Agenda

Andrea Bowers’s “Can the world mend in this body?”
Written by Brian Karl
April 6, 2022

Jessica Silverman | KQED

How Bay Area Art Galleries Are Confronting Their Role in the Climate Crisis
By Suzanne L’Heureux
March 30, 2022

Martha Friedman | Princeton Art Museum Art@Bainbridge

Martha Friedman is a sculptor whose multimedia practice incorporates choreography, printmaking, drawing, cast and poured rubber, mold-blown glass, plaster, wax, and concrete into works that encompass her interdisciplinary interests.

Body Matters presents two new series of sculptures by the artist, a Princeton University faculty member. Friedman draws inspiration from the sculptural traditions of ancient Egyptian mummification, Greco-Roman portrait busts, nineteenth-century public monuments, and drawings of the brain structure and nerves by the early-twentieth-century neuroscientist Santiago Ramón y Cajal. In bringing together these influences, Friedman mines the space between visceral and intellectual experiences of the body to consider the ways in which our physical forms shape our understanding of being human and our desire to transcend those limits. Body Matters is curated by Mitra M. Abbaspour, Haskell Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art.

Woody De Othello | Juxtapoz

Woody De Othello: Flash of the Spirit
Written by Kristin Farr
March 15, 2022

Woody De Othello | The New York Times Style Magazine

Artist Questionnaire: Woody De Othello’s Extraordinary Monuments to the Mundane
Written by Anna Furman
March 17, 2022

Woody De Othello | Frieze

Woody De Othello: The Emotion of Everyday Objects
Written by Frieze Los Angeles
February 20, 2022

Rashaad Newsome | The New York Times

Rashaad Newsome Pulls Out All the Stops
Written by Martha Schwendener
February 24, 2022

Rashaad Newsome | Bloomberg

Assembly is an Ambitious, Joyful Collage of Black Art and Voguing
Written by Brian Schaefer
February 19, 2022

Isaac Julien | Contemporary &

Isaac Julien Receives Goslar Kaiserring 2022
Written by Contemporary&
February 1, 2022

Woody De Othello | The New York Times

“Whitney Biennial Picks 63 Artists to Take Stock of Now”
Written by Siddhartha Mitter
January 25, 2022

Jessica Silverman | The Art Newspaper

San Francisco’s Fog art fair returns with rapid sales of tangible works and rising interest in the digital
Written by Leora Lutz
January 21, 2022

Judy Chicago | W Magazine

Judy Chicago Confronts Her Younger Self
Written by Andrea Whittle
January 21, 2022

Sadie Barnette | Hyperallergic

The Necessary Art of Lesiure
Written by Luke Williams
January 4, 2022

Sadie Barnette | The New York Times Style Magazine

A Daughter’s Reclamation of Her Father’s Past
Written by Anna Furman
December 31, 2021