ArtForum, 2007-2010

2010

Alexandra Grant*
Robin Rhode*

2009

“Your Bright Future: Twelve Contemporary Artists from Korea”*
Katherine Gray*
Angel Delgado*

2008

Kathleen Henderson*
Haegue Yang*
Kaoru Katayama*
Patrick Jackson*
Melanie Bonajo and Kinga Kielcynzska*

Features

Sharon Mizota on Edgar Arceneaux and “Watts House Project” (Requires subscription)

2007

Reviews

Allora and Calzadilla*
Mathieu Briand*
Veronika Kellndorfer *
Ruben Ochoa*
Cao Fei*
Richard Ross*
Chen Xiaoyun*
Shirley Tse*
* Requires free registration at Artforum.com

ARTnews, 2005-2011

2011

Sam Durant

2010

“Hangin’ Together”

2009

George Stoll
Wolfgang Tillmans
Martin Kippenberger
Mondongo

2008

“Phantom Sightings: Art After the Chicano Revolution”
Kristin Morgin
Anthony Hernandez
Tony de los Reyes

2007

Michael Scoggins
Brenna Youngblood
Jay Davis
Paul Pfeiffer
David Hockney
Mark Bradford
“Nude”

2006

“Embracing Nature”
“Driven to Abstraction”
Michael Kovner
“ULAE Prints from the Collection 1957-2006”
Sharon Booma
Larry Schwarm
“Out of Doors”

2005

“East Coast/West Coast: Four Modernist Women”
Jason Wheatley

SF Weekly, 2005-2006

2006

Reviews

Francis Baker
“The Dust Never Settles”
Timothy Nolan
Binh Danh + Elizabeth Moy
Walter Kitundu
“Shomei Tomatsu: Skin of the Nation”
“The Man Box”
Vik Muniz
Liu Xiaodong
Hank Willis Thomas
Leo Valledor
“Me, Myself & Eye”
Julie Mehretu
Marci Washington + Alika Cooper
Larry Schwarm + Rudy Vanderlans
Kota Ezawa
Rachel Weeks

Features

“Commercial Art” (Non-traditional galleries)

 

2005

Reviews

Alex Kanevsky
Taro Hattori
“Dispersed: African Legacy/New World Reality”
Makoto Aida
Stephen Hull
Andrew Junge
“Imaginary Forces”
Kianga Ford
Victor Cartagena + Elisabeth Oppenheimer
The De Young Museum
leonardogillesfleur
“Toys Take No Prisoners”
Gregory Euclide
“Beyond Plastic”
Luis Delgado
José Alvarez
Lowell Darling
Philip Kwame Apagya, Uta Barth + Eirik Johnson
2×4
Leslie Shows
“Social Construction”
Robert Sagerman
Jim Toia
Tracey Snelling
“Downtime: Constructing Leisure”
“Weedee Peepo: Portraits, Icons, y Gente”
Sui Jianguo

Features

Maverick or Madman? The intensely weird world of Stanislav Sukalski