Julien | Artsy

The Most Influential Artists of 2023
Written by Allyssia Alleyne
December 14, 2023
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Julien | ArtReview

Power 100: Most influential people in 2023 in the contemporary artworld
Written by ArtReview
December 6, 2023
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Rose B. Simpson | Artsy

Rose B. Simpson Harnesses the Power of Community in Life-Sized Clay Sculptures
Written by Sandra Hale Schulman
November 20, 2023
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Judy Chicago | The New York Times

Judy Chicago Makes ‘Herstory’: Beyond the Ladies of the Dinner Party
Written by Melena Ryzik
October 12, 2023
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Judy Chicago | WWD

Judy Chicago’s Retrospective Exhibition ‘Herstory’ to Open at New Museum in New York
Written by Kristen Tauer
September 16, 2023
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Rupy C. Tut | 48 Hills

Trained in 18th-century Indian techniques, Rupy C. Tut paints women facing today’s challenges
Written by Mary Corbin
October 12, 2023
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Jessica Silverman | Hyperallergic

The Goddess Element in Eco-Feminist Art
Written by Will Higginbotham
September 12, 2023

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Jessica Silverman | Artsy

The 11 Best Booths at The Armory Show 2023
Written by Osman Can Yerebakan
September 8, 2023
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Jessica Silverman | artnet

The Armory Show’s VIP Preview Opened With Brisk Sales and a lot of Chatter About the Fair’s Future
Written by Eileen Kinsella
September 8, 2023
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Jessica Silverman | Ocula

Frieze Seoul 2023: 7 Directors Introduce Their Booths
Written by Ocula News
September 1, 2023
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Jessica Silverman | Artsy

How Jessica Silverman Helped Open Up the Bay Area Art Scene
Written by Emily Wilson
August 25, 2023
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Jessica Silverman | Frieze

The Art of Nature at Frieze Seoul 2023
Written by Frieze Seoul
July 20, 2023
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Andrea Bowers | San Francisco Chronicle Datebook

Final exhibition at McEvoy Foundation for the Arts asks, “What Are Words Worth?”
Written by Tony Bravo
July 15, 2023
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Isaac Julien | Galerie

8 Must-See Solo Gallery Shows Across America in July
Written by Paul Laster
July 5, 2023
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Sadie Barnette | The Guardian

“What are we passing on?”: artists examine the importance of inheritance
Written by Veronica Esposito
June 29, 2023
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Julien & Barnette | Hyperallergic

10 Art Shows to See in the Bay Area This Summer
Written by Natasha Boas
June 26, 2023
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Andrea Bowers + Clare Rojas | The Art Newspaper

Los Angeles inaugurates three new art-filled metro stations
Written by Benjamin Sutton
June 20, 2023
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Judy Chicago | V Magazine

Heroes: Judy Chicago
Written by Kala Herh
June 22, 2023
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Sadie Barnette | Vogue

In Washington, DC, Artist Sadie Barnette Transforms Her Father’s Former Gay Bar Into an Immersive Installation
Written by Cassandra Pintro
June 1, 2023
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Isaac Julien | FOX 61

New Wadsworth exhibit explores the power of images through the lens of Frederick Douglass
Written by Lucia Suarez Sang
May 19, 2023
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Judy Chicago | artnet news

Not Patriarchal Art History, But Art ‘Herstory’: Judy Chicago on Why She Devoted Her New Show to 80 Women Artists Who Inspired Her
Written by Sarah Cascone
May 10, 2023
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Isaac Julien | The New York Times

Looking for Freedom, Isaac Julien Comes Home
Written by Elizabeth Fullerton
April 28, 2023
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Isaac Julien | Financial Times

Artist Isaac Julien: “You have to change the top brass”
Written by Rachel Spence
April 21, 2023
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Isaac Julien | Time Out

Isaac Julien: ‘What Freedom Is to Me’
Written by Eddy Frankel
April 26, 2023
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Catherine Wagner | San Francisco Chronicle Datebook

Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive 2023 Art & Film Benefit
Written by Tony Bravo
April 26, 2023
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The Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive plans to honor two acclaimed Bay Area artists at the institution’s second annual Art & Film Benefit. Filmmaker and interdisciplinary artist Cauleen Smith, well-known for her Oakland-set film “Drylongso,” will be paid tribute along with photo artist Catherine Wagner, whose new installation “Arc Cycle” made its debut at the new Moscone Station on the San Francisco Central Subway line in the fall of 2022. Both artists have been acclaimed internationally and are well known for their work, which often engages with themes and subject matter with strong Bay Area connections.

Sadie Barnette & Woody De Othello | San Francisco Chronicle Datebook

Art Bash activates SFMOMA in a night of performances and artist installations
Written by Tony Bravo
April 22, 2023
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Judy Chicago | Vogue

Judy Chicago, Aurora James, and More Dressed Up for the New Museum Spring Gala
Written by Zachary Schwartz
April 18, 2023
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Hayal Pozanti | Vogue

Artist Hayal Pozanti Embraces a Language All Her Own
Written by Bodie Kazanjian
April 18, 2023
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Sam Falls | Galerie

From Coast to Coast, 8 Must-See Solo Gallery Shows in April
Written by Paul Laster
April 7, 2023
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Rose B. Simpson | Art21

Everyday Icons: Rose B. Simpson
Produced by Art21
April 7, 2023
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Isaac Julien | Frieze

Top Five Shows to See in the UK This April
Written by Frieze
March 31, 2023
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Isaac Julien | Frieze

Isaac Julien Uses the Archives as a Sprinboard for Reinvention
Written by Deborah Willis
March 22, 2023
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Claudia Wieser | Vogue France

The Yves Saint Laurent Museum celebrates the love of shapes
Written by Amanda Richard
March 22, 2023
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Sadie Barnette | Juxtapoz

The Lexicon of Sadie Barnette
Written by Shaquille Heath
Spring 2023
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Rose B. Simpson | The New York Times

What to See in N.Y.C. Galleries in March
Written by Will Heinrich
March 15, 2023
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Hollowell | Artsy

Loie Hollowell on Abstraction, Making the Grotesque Beautiful, and Her Latest Work
Written by Casey Lesser
March 14, 2023
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Rose B. Simpson | W Magazine

Doing It Their Way
Written by Jori Finkel
February 8, 2023
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Sam Falls | artnet news

’I’m After Something More Sublime’: Sam Falls on Making Art Out of Nature to Capture the Nature of Time
Written by Taylor Dafoe
February 2, 2023
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Pae White & David Huffman | The San Francisco Chronicle

Review: S.F. gallery showcases otherworldly works by 2 Bay Area artists
Written by Tony Bravo
February 4, 2023
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Woody De Othello | Hayward Gallery

Woody De Othello: “Time is Life” | Artist Interview | Hayward Gallery
Produced by Hayward Gallery – Southbank Centre

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‘Working with ceramics is something near and dear to my heart. It feeds my soul… it gives me purpose and it gives me space to express myself.’

Woody De Othello is a ceramicist and painter who lives and works in San Francisco. His work has exhibited at the San Jose Museum of Art and the 2022 Whitney Biennial, and can be found in the collections of museums including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Smithsonian American Art Museum.

De Othello is one of 23 international artists whose works feature in the Hayward Gallery exhibition, Strange Clay: Ceramics in Contemporary Art.

In this video interview the artist covers a number of topics including the appeal of ceramics, both as an artistic medium and also in terms of what it offers him as an artist; the breadth of influences in his work, which are increasingly diasporic and ancestral, taking him to explore the notion of Black life in Africa and what that looks like; and the metaphorical quantities of everyday object