Oregon Arts Watch
Empathy and Eros: Ralph Pugay’s ‘The Longest Journey’
Lucy Cotter
December 11, 2023

Oregon Arts Watch
VizArts Monthly: Farewell 2023
Jason N. Le
December 4, 2023

Oregon Arts Watch
Joe Feddersen’s ‘Extended Family’
Shannon M. Lieberman
November 16, 2023

BOMB Magazine
Will Rawls Interviewed by Ethan Philbrick
September 26, 2023

Artnet

Here Are 6 of the Most Daring Design Shows to See This Month (Think Chainsawed Furniture, Hamburger Vases, and Giant Crystals)
Adrian Madlener
January 11, 2023

Hyperallergic
The Top 50 Exhibitions of 2022
December 28, 2022

Oregon Arts Watch
Disintegrating language: Will Rawls’ ‘Amphigory’
Lucy Cotter
November 23, 2022

Artillery
Outside LA: Will Rawls
Luiza Lukova
November 15, 2022

Hyperallergic
The Vulnerable Painterly Worlds of Katherine Bradford
Hrag Vartanian
September 8, 2022

The Brooklyn Rail
Flying Woman: The Paintings of Katherine Bradford
KK Kozik
September 2022

The New Criterion
Heroes Forever and Ever
Franklin Einspruch
August 23, 2022

W Magazine
Katherine Bradford’s Long and Winding Road
Laura van Straaten
July 20, 2022

The New York Times
SEE THIS: Floating Figures by Katherine Bradford – The T List
Gillian Brassil
June 29, 2022

StyleFeelFree Magazine
Katherine Bradford presenta en el PMA sus mujeres voladoras

June 26, 2022

Artforum
The Artist’s Artists: Twenty-three artists reflect on 2021
Katherine Bradford and Janice Nowinski
December 2021

Cultured Magazine
Cultured City Guide: New Artistic Ventures Underline Portland, Oregon’s Independent Spirit
Amy Adams
October 1, 2021

Untapped New York
14 New Public Art Installations in NYC: October 2021
Irene Madrigal
October 1, 2021

Art in America
Twelve Shows to Know About That Open This October
September 30, 2021

Hyperallergic
Your Concise Los Angeles Art Guide for October 2021
Matt Stromberg and Elisa Wouk Almino
September 30, 2021

6sqft
MTA unveils colorful new subway mosaics at Bedford and 1st Avenue L train stations
Dana Shulz
September 24, 2021

Time Out
These Gorgeous New Mosaics are Coming to L Train Stations
Melissa Kravitz Hoeffner
September 23, 2021

Hyperallergic
Katherine Bradford Mosaic Murals Make a Manhattan Subway Station Shine
Valentina Di Liscia
September 23, 2021

ARTnews
Art x Food: How Artists Use Food to Cook Up New Work
Andrew Russeth
September 17, 2021

The New York Times
Fall Preview: These are the Art Shows and Events to See This Season
Will Heinrich
September 17, 2021

The New York Times
‘Gender Alchemy’ is Transforming Art for the 21st Century
Jori Finkel
September 8, 2021

WSJ Magazine
11 Black Sculptural Home Objects to Create a Lyrical, Dramatic Effect
Sarah Medford
April 25, 2021

Whitehot Magazine
Vince Skelly: New Works and Mariel Capanna: Overlook at Adams and Ollman
Daryl King
March 2021

Sight Unseen
Two New Ways to See Vince Skelly’s Shaggy, Chainsaw-Carved Sculptures
Jill Singer
March 9, 2021

Interior Design
10 Questions With… Sculpture Artist Vince Skelly
Carlene Olsen
March 6, 2021

Surface Magazine
For Vince Skelly, Wood Carving Is a Meditative Act
Ryan Waddoups
February 11, 2021

The Design Edit
Object of the Week: ‘Marayour Table,’ Vince Skelly
Adrian Madlener
February 25, 2021

Oregon Arts Watch
Story fragments in paint and collage
Lindsay Costello
February 10, 2021

Vulture
The 10 Best Art Shows of 2020: Jordan Casteel, Noah Davis, and anything you could see in person.
Jerry Saltz
December 11, 2020

Oregon Arts Watch
The Allure of Interconnection
Lindsey Costello
December 7, 2020

Performa
PERFORMA REPORTS: Jessica Jackson Hutchins
Brittany Richmond
March 2020

The New York Times
The Most Important Moments in Art in 2020
Holland Cotter, Roberta Smith, and Jason Farago
December 4, 2020

Artforum
Best of 2020
Johanna Fateman
December 2020

Artforum
Best of 2020
Thomas J. Lax
December 2020

Aspen Times
At Aspen Art Museum, artist Jonathan Berger re-imagines the concept of a museum store
Andrew Travers
December 10, 2020

Artnet
The Aspen Art Museum Invited an Artist to Reimagine Its Gift Shop. Now, It’s a Bazaar Selling Fake Teeth and $50,000 Drawings.
Brian Boucher
November 30, 2020

The Guide: Art
Jonathan Berger: An Introduction to Nameless Love
2020

The New Yorker
Jonathan Berger: An Introduction to Nameless Love
Andrea K. Scott
November 2020

Forbes
Artist Joan Nelson On Imagining A World In Which Humans Don’t Exist
Brienne Walsh
November 23, 2020

Cargo
Cargo Newsletter
November 17, 2020

The Paris Review
Joan Nelson’s Landscapes
November 10, 2020

Variable West
Editor’s Picks: Variable West Founder picks the most exciting events and exhibitions coming up on the West Coast
Amelia Rina
November 12, 2020

Oregon Arts Watch
VizArts Monthly: Connection amid isolation
Lindsay Costello
November 2, 2020

Wall Street Journal Magazine
Fuzzy Slippers and a Starry Audemars Piguet: The Best Designed Items of November
Sarah Medford
November 4, 2020

The Register Guard
Brushes With Art: The grounded and grounding nature of Lois Dodd
Benjamin Terrell
October 30, 2020

Garage
For Lois Dodd, Painting is a Celebration of Nature
Haley Mellin
October 23, 2020

Artforum
Sharif Farrag: François Ghebaly
Suzanne Hudson
September 2020

Spectrum News NY 1
R.E.M.’s Michael Stipe Pens Song for Art Exhibit Set to Reopen in Lower East Side
Stephanie Simon
September 1, 2020

Forbes
Jonathan Berger’s New Exhibition Is A Cathedral To True Love
Brienne Walsh
August 24, 2020

The Brooklyn Rail
Jonathan Berger: An Introduction to Nameless Love
Ksenia Soboleva
August 2020

The New York Times
Four Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now
Roberta Smith
July 22, 2020

The Chicago Reader
Vaginal Davis steps into the mainstream spotlight
S. Nicole Lane
March 3, 2020

The Chicago Tribune
Vaginal Davis, a groundbreaking artist and performer, now has a groundbreaking show at the Art Institute, ‘The White to Be Angry’
Ariel Parrella-Aureli
February 4, 2020

60 Inches From Center
A Scene of Her Own: The Inimitable Vaginal Davis
Kirin Wachter-Grene
March 27, 2020

Dazed
From W.E.B. DuBois to Gordon Parks, Mickalene Thomas, and Vaginal Davis, these artists have used art to fight racism, injustice, and inequality, but to also celebrate the strength, beauty, and resilience of Black people in America
Miss Rosen
June 19, 2020

ArtForum
Aftershock: Vaginal Davis
Vaginal Davis
November 12, 2020

ARTnews
South Korea’s Gwangju Biennale Reveals Artist List for Star-Studded 2021 Edition
Tessa Solomon
November 18, 2020

Vice
Art-Punk Icon Vaginal Davis on Creating, Quarantine, and Rebellion
Brontez Purnell
June 26, 2020

NPR
Queer As Punk: A Guide To LGBTQIA+ Punk
Jayna Brown and Tavia Nyong’o
June 15, 2020

Frieze
Katherine Bradford Dreams of Intimacy
Bean Gilsdorf
May 7, 2020

Cultured
Fan Fiction: Artist Sharif Farrag Feeds Cartoons To The Kiln
Rahel Aima
May 5, 2020

Design Milk
The 3 Best New York Art Exhibitions (You Can See From Home)
David Behringer
April 28, 2020

Frieze
Vaginal Davis Loves Big Feet
Jessica Loudis
April 2020

Contemporary Art Daily Writing
Katherine Bradford at Adams and Ollman
David Behringer
April 14, 2020

The New York Times
A Striking Balance of New and Rediscovered at the Independent Fair
Will Heinrich
March 5, 2020

Frieze
The Best Shows in New York During Armory Week
Evan Moffitt
March 4, 2020

Document
Vaginal Davis killed the video star with her ‘terrorist drag’
Miss Rosen
February 27, 2020

Dazed
‘Drag terrorist’ Vaginal Davis on her life as a queer outsider artist
Amelia Abraham
February 14, 2020

The Guardian
Race, resistance and revolution: what to expect from US art in 2020
Nadja Sayej
January 6, 2020

San Francisco Examiner
Bold new work from SECA Award winners
Hannah Bennett
November 26, 2019

KQED
In a Future-Oriented SECA Show, East Bay Artists Shine
Ruth Gebreyesus
November 21, 2019

Juxtapoz
SECA Art Award Recipients Emerge @ SFMOMA
November 19, 2019

Artforum
Katherine Bradford Campoli Preston | London
Andrew Hunt
October 2019

Artforum
Marlon Mullen
Sasha Frere-Jones
April 2019

Artforum
Ellen Lesperance
Claire Lehmann
December 2018

Artillery
Ellen Lesperance, Derek Eller Gallery, New York
Arthur Ivan Bravo
November 6, 2018

Bomb
An Invitation from Vaginal Davis
Ashley Stull Meyers
October 3, 2018

The Brooklyn Rail
Katherine Bradford: Friends and Strangers
Lilly Wei
October 2018

Hyperallergic
The Amazing Katherine Bradford
John Yau
September 30, 2018

ARTnews
Ellen Lesperance at Derek Eller Gallery, New York
September 24, 2018

The New York Times
What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week
Jillian Steinhauer
September 20, 2018

The New Yorker
Ellen Lesperance
Johanna Fateman
September 2018

Artforum
Joy Feasley and Paul Swenbeck
Bea Huff Hunter
September 2018

Document
Vaginal Davis skypes with artist Bjarne Melgaard about toe sucking, Xerox parties, and her many personas
Nick Vogelson
August 9, 2018

Fabrik
Marc Selwyn Gallery, Beverly Hills: Signals
Peter Frank
April 25, 2018

The New York Times
When It Comes to Gender, Let Confusion Reign
Holland Cotter
September 28, 2017

Frieze
In Profile: Jessica Jackson Hutchins
Laura Van Straaten
December 2017

New York Magazine
The Uncanny Personal Universe of 10 Artists
Alison Nastasi
September 14, 2017

Artforum
Ryan McLaughlin
Jon Raymond
September 2017

Frieze
Pattern Recognition
Jennifer Kabat
September 2017

Hyperallergic
Performance Matriarch Vaginal Davis Upends Fixed Notions of Genre and Gender
Olivia Gauthier
October 3, 2017

Bomb
Defying Categories: on Chimera: Vaginal Davis & Louise Nevelson
Matthew J. Abrams
October 3, 2017

ARTnews
Beg, Borrow, Steal: With Several Exhibitions Involving Appropriation, New York Has a Second ‘Pictures’ Moment
Alex Greenberger
August 21, 2017

Disparate Minds
Marlon Mullen at JTT
May 2, 2017

ARTnews
9 Art Events to Attend in New York City This Week
April 10, 2017

Vice
Contemporary Artists Explore Deeply Personal and Surreal Narratives
Nathaniel Ainley
January 12, 2017

The New Yorker
Katherine Bradford
January 2017

Frieze
2016 Highlights: Jennifer Kabat
Jennifer Kabat
2016

Artforum
Jessica Jackson Hutchins
Jon Raymond
January 2016

Bomb
Artists in Conversation: Katherine Bradford
Samuel Jablon
October 12, 2016

Hyperallergic
Beer with a Painter: Katherine Bradford
Jennifer Samet
September 17, 2016

Artforum
Stefanie Victor and Christopher Garrett
Monica Westin
September 2016

Art Text Pics
Tris a Roma | Monitor, Federica Schiavo, Lira
Clara Mazzoleni
April 25, 2016

Artforum
Conny Purtill
John Motley
September 2016

The New Yorker
“Make Painting Great Again”
2016

Art in America
Reviews: Katherine Bradford
Faye Hirsch
April 18, 2016

Wallpaper
Back to basics: Jonathan Berger’s ‘A Future Life’ in Portland, Oregon
Michael Slenske
February 18, 2016

The Brooklyn Rail
Katherine Bradford—Fear of Waves
Hearne Pardee
February 3, 2016

Two Coats of Paint
Starry night: Katherine Bradford at Canada
Sharon Butler
January 20, 2016

Hyperallergic
Outsider Art Fair Preview: Discoveries, Surprises, and an Expanded Vision
Edward M. Gómez
January 16, 2016

Artspace
Jessica Jackson Hutchins on Becoming an Accidental Painter & Building a New Art Scene in Portland
Karen Rosenberg
August 6, 2015

Vulture
Jessica Jackson Hutchins Finds Truth in Clay
Jerry Saltz
May 29, 2015

Observer
The Top NYC Gallery Shows of 2015
Ryan Steadman
December 17, 2015

The New Yorker
The “Terrorist Drag” of Vaginal Davis
Grace Dunham
December 12, 2015

The New York Times
Vaginal Davis’s Feminist Wall Reliefs Pledge ‘Open Revolt’
Holland Cotter
December 10, 2015

Vice
queer art-punk legend vaginal davis opens exhibition and opera in new york
Charlotte Gush
November 25, 2015

Bedford + Bowery
Vaginal Davis Returns to New York, Taking on Sculpture and Mozart
Nicole Disser
November 23, 2015

Artsy
MoMA PS1’s Multi-Generational “Greater New York” Is as Flawed as It Is Successful
October 11, 2015

ATP Diary
Interview with Jay Heikes — Fondazione Giuliani, Rome
Isabella Paghera
October 2015

Daily Serving
Ellen Lesperance; We Were Singing at Adams and Ollman
Ashley Stull Meyers
September 29, 2015

Artforum
Common Thread
Juliana Halpert
July 2015

Two Coats of Paint
Joan Nelson: Lost and found
Sharon Butler
June 17, 2015

Artdaily
Ryan McLaughlin’s first institutional solo exhibition opens at Kölnischer Kunstverein
February 22, 2015

Title Magazine
A Hatchet to Kill Old Ugly: Joy Feasley and Paul Swenbeck
Samantha Dylan Mitchell
December 1, 2014

Art in America
Ellen Lesperance
Sue Taylor
November 29, 2014

Artforum
Joy Feasley and Paul Swenbeck
Becky Huff Hunter
October 2014

Frieze
Portland 2014
Jonathan Griffin
Summer 2014

Daily Serving
Love & Ground: Interview with Conny Purtill and Friends
Mack McFarland
May 24, 2014

The Oregonian
Luc Tuymans at PNCA, Conny Purtill at Adams and Ollman: Art gallery preview for March
John Motley
February 25, 2014

The New York Times
Ryan McLaughlin: ‘Raisins’
Roberta Smith
December 12, 2013

Two Coats of Paint
Ryan McLaughlin: Painting is flat
Sharon Butler
November 27, 2013

The New Yorker
Goings on About Town: Art – Ryan McLaughlin
2013

Star Tribune
Art Spotlight: Todd Norsten
Mary Abbe
October 10, 2013

The Oregonian
Art show embraces world’s mysteries
John Motley
July 12, 2013

Whitehot Magazine
Todd Norsten @ Glenn Horowitz Bookseller
Janet Goleas
June 2013

Art 21
A Look Back at the Career of Vaginal Davis
Ali Fitzgerald
June 25, 2013

Art in America
Ryan McLaughlin
Mark Prince
May 3, 2013

Spike
Ryan McLaughlin: ‘Barbara’
Kirsa Geiser
Winter 2012

Artforum
Vaginal Davis
Alex Jovanovich
November 2012

Bomb
Jennifer Levonian
Nell McClister
April 1, 2012

The New York Times
Katherine Bradford: ‘New Work’
Ken Johnson
May 3, 2012

Art in America
Joan Nelson and Paul Swenbeck
Jennie Hirsh
February 23, 2012

The Philadelphia Inquirer
Galleries: Dreamy, otherworldly at Fleisher/Ollman
Edith Newhall
December 25, 2011

Artforum
“here.”
Katherine Rochester
November 14, 2011

Art in America
Roving Eye: After Robert Bresson
Philippe Vergne
September 16, 2011

Los Angeles Times
Art review: Joan Nelson at Michael Kohn Gallery
August 4, 2011

Bomb
Jessica Jackson Hutchins
Stuart Horodner
July 1, 2010

Artblog
Ceramic art by Swenbeck, Rosen and Hom at Fleisher/Ollman
Libby
April 15, 2010

Indy Week
Worms Are the Words at Lump
Dave Delcambre
March 3, 2010

ARTnews
Critic’s Pick: Jennifer Levonian
Edith Newhall
Summer 2009

The New York Times
Crucible of Creativity, Stoking Earth Into Art
Roberta Smith
March 19, 2009

Midway Contemporary
The Paradoxical Obnoxious
Philippe Vergne
September 2006

The New York Times
Ready to Fade Into Obscurity. Wait, He’s Already There.
Guy Trebay
May 23, 2004

The Los Angeles Times
Of Dada and Dr. Davis
Hilary E. MacGregor
May 2, 2004

Artdaily
Paul Swenbeck, Specter of the Brocken at PAFA
2004