"An Alternative History of the Future," Frieze
‘As If: Alternative Histories from Then to Now’ collects an archive of what could have been: frightening speculation of a victorious US Confederacy and the triumph of the Nazis over the Allies, as well as utopian visions of an uncolonized Africa and worlds free of patriarchal oppression.
"Ruptured Histories: Chinn Wang at The Print Center," Art in Print (featured on cover)
Wang, an artist and professor at the University of Denver, works at the intersection of print and digital media, distorting and altering images to examine the malleability and truthfulness of personal, political and historical narratives.
Review of Penny Slinger's 50% The Visible Woman, The Brooklyn Rail (April 2019)
Penny Slinger was studying at Chelsea College of Art when she discovered Max Ernst's collage books. While she was inspired by his techniques of visual narrative and exciting juxtapositions, she was also struck by his poor representations of women, shared by most of the male-dominated Surrealist milieu.
Review of Sarah Charlesworth at Paula Cooper Gallery, ArtReview (April 2019) (print only)
The exhibition focuses on the series In-Photography (1981-82) – named in reference to Susan Sontag’s On Photography (1977) – and Red Collages (1983-84), smaller works named for their bright-coloured backgrounds.
"Art on Paper Fair Celebrates the Tactile While Resisting Nostalgia," Hyperallergic
Featuring 3D collages made from Batman comics, sculptures carved from archaeology books, and massive archways built from recycled paperbacks, Art on Paper 2019 celebrates the fine art potential of an undervalued material.
"Humanizing the Headlines: On Olivier Kugler’s 'Escaping Wars and Waves,'" Los Angeles Review of Books
Olivier Kugler’s Escaping Wars and Waves tells the stories of some of refugees. Kugler, a German reportage illustrator, was commissioned by Doctors Without Borders to give life to the extravagant number.