Paddy Johnson wearing Carsten Höller's goggles that turn everything you see upside down. New Museum, 2011. Image credit: Katie Sokoler

Paddy Johnson wearing Carsten Höller's goggles that turn everything you see upside down. New Museum, 2011. Image credit: Katie Sokoler

Meow Wolf Say They Don’t Care If Their Immersive Art Makes Them Money, But Can We Believe Them? Observer, November 29, 2018

Was Andy Warhol Sexist? Observer, November 8, 2018

The Met’s Decision to Lease to the Frick is a Mistake, Observer, September 24, 2018

The Met’s Jack Whitten Show Is Excellent, Observer, September 11, 2018

Meet the Nuclear Weapons Nerds, GIZMODO, August 27, 2018

This is Why Post-Internet Art Doesn’t Look High-Tech, VICE March 13, 2018

Emoji Domains are the Future, Maybe, GIZMODO, February 26, 2018

These Artists Believe Aliens Are Real, Satan Lives, and the Apocalypse is Coming, VICE, Jan 31, 2018

Narcissister Starts a Pussy Riot at Performa, VICE, November 6, 2017

An Experimental Book Tests Our Abilities to Perceive Multiple Mediums Simultaneously, Hyperallergic, October 16, 2017

Catbox Contemporary; it Looks Different in Person, Art F City, 2017

Why I Like But Don't Love Cindy Sherman Photographs, Hyperallergic, August 7, 2017

The Venice Biennale: An Orphanage for the Terminally Out of Touch, Art F City, May 17, 2017

Julie Mehretu at Marian Goodman Gallery: Can Social Abstraction Succeed? Art F City, October 20, 2016

Hot as Hell: Peter Burr's Subterranean Utopias, Art F City, September 23, 2016

The Artist-Centric Movement has its Milestone Moment: SPRING/BREAK, Art F City, March 7, 2016

Stories Made With Love: Sondra Perry’s Lineage for a Multiple-Monitor Workstation, Art F City, July 7, 2015

Superscript: Two Days in an Auditorium with Art Critics, Art F City, June 4, 2015

Seriously, Fuck You George Baselitz, Art F City, May 21, 2015 

The Connection Between NADA and a Cheese Monger in Greenpoint, Art F City, May 17, 2015 

The Terror and Thrill of Potential at Rhizome's Seven on Seven, Art F City, May 6, 2015

At the Whitney: Industry, Advertising and Death Makes America Hard to See, Art F City, April 27, 2015

Richard Prince Sucks, artnetNews, October 21, 2014