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.
Critic's Pick: Elliott Jerome Brown Jr., Artforum.com
Informal, intimate scenes of black life—often tender—dominate Brown’s first solo exhibition, “a simple song,” the title of which is based on I Wrote a Simple Song, soul artist Billy Preston’s 1972 record that talks about the disappointment of making deeply private music for public consumption.
"Anna Atkins & Photography’s Blue Beginnings," New York Review of Books Daily
In 1843, Anna Atkins began work on her book of photograms documenting specimens of British algae, what is now considered the first book to be fully illustrated with photography and the first use of photography for scientific documentation.
"A Graphic Memoir About Learning to Cope with What’s Left Behind," Hyperallergic
The book begins when she’s a child, young enough to still be amazed by catching fireflies with her uncle, whose rare, life-threatening genetic heart condition is mentioned within the first few pages. But the majority of the story follows Radtke’s college and post-grad years when she is studying photography and exploring ruins and abandoned mining towns.
“Review: Tim Walker: Story Teller at Somerset House,” SHOWstudio Blog
Much like Tim Walker's photography, the current exhibition at Somerset House envelops and captivates its audience.