Artforum.com, March 2019, Critic’s Pick review of Garry Noland’s Base Materials at Cleve Carney Gallery, Glen Ellyn, IL.
Artforum.com, December 2018, Critic’s Pick review of Jen Bervin’s River at the Des Moines Art Center, IA.
Interview with Rachel Stern for Strange Fire Collective, December 2018.
Artforum, December 2018. Review of Ruth Asawa at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation, St. Louis, MO.
Artforum.com, October 2018, Critic’s Pick review of Martha Friedman’s Castoffs at the Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA.
The Rib, September 2018. Response to Margaux Crump’s solo exhibition The Lure at Women & Their Work, Austin, TX.
Artforum, September 2018. Review of Amy Sherald at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis.
Exhibition essay for Edo Rosenblith's solo exhibition Let Me Help You Make a Mural, August 2018 at COCA, St. Louis.
Interview with Cole Lu for Strange Fire Collective, August 2018.
Exhibition essay for Garry Noland’s solo exhibition The Most Beautifulest Thing in the World, April, 2017 at Tiger Strikes Astroid Chicago.
Flash Art, November-December, 2016. Review of Kelley Walker at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis.
Art in America, June, 2014. Review of Zlatko Cosic at UMSTL’s Gallery 210.
Sculpture City St. Louis, April, 2014. Interview with Rafael Lozano-Hemmer.
Hyperallergic.com , March 20, 2014, “Thank God It’s Not Abstract: A Ridykeulous Interview.” Interview with Nicole Eisenman and A.L. Steiner (Ridykeulous).
Temporary Art Review , March 18, 2014, “Futures #3.” Micro-essay on the future of art writing.
Hyperallergic.com , February 4, 2014, “Art Needs Drag.” Essay on the Pulitzer Foundation’s About Face Drag Show.
Temporary Art Review, September 2013, “Saying What We See: On the Importance of Art Writing, Iceland and Being Earnest.” Essay.
Artforum.com, July 2013, Critic’s Pick review of Lari Pittman at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis.
The Riverfront Times, June 2013, “Flyover This: Local "advocates” shell out to ship in writers to fawn over SLAM’s new addition.“ Opinion piece.
RFT Music, May 2013, interview with Patti Smith.
BOMBsite.com, April 2013, interview with Thomas Lanigan-Schmidt.
Art in America, December 2012, review of B. Wurtz, White Flag Projects.
Art in America, September 2012, review of Chelsea Knight, Saint Louis Art Museum.
Art Papers, July 2012, review of Brandon Anschultz's Pacer, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis
Art in America, May 2012, review of Balazs Kicsiny: Killing Time, Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum.
The Riverfront Times, April 2012, ”Sign of (Old) Times: Bill Christman preserves St. Louis history.“ Exhibition profile, with slideshow.
Art Papers, January 2012, review of Adrian Kellard: The Learned Art of Compassion, Museum of Contemporary Religious Art.
Art in America, December 2011, review of David Noonan, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis.
Art Papers, September 2011, review of Wonder Koch & Eliza Newman-Saul's What’s the Use?, Snowflake Gallery.
Catalogue essay for Lisa Bulawsky‘s Four Chapters in the Present We Were.
Graphic Impressions, SGC International Newsletter, Summer 2011, "Anyway Autobiography Is Easy Like It or Not Autobiography Is Easy for Any One And So This Is to Be Everybody’s Autobiography,” essay for Everybody’s Autobiography: Robert Gober and Kerry James Marshall exhibition.
Art Papers, July 2011, review of Cosima von Bonin: Character Appropriation, Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum.
Art Papers, May 2011, review of Jessica Stockholder’s Grab grassy this moment your I’s, Laumeier Sculpture Park.
TAR Magazine, Spring 2011, “The Grave is a Fine and Private Place,” essay accompanying Aurel Schmidt’s “Voodoo Dolls.”
The Riverfront Times, April 2011, “The Graduate: Artist Tom Friedman Goes Back to Where it All Began: High School.” Artist Profile.
BOMB Magazine, Summer 2010, “First Proof,” introduction to a portfolio of Eva Lundsager watercolors.
The Riverfront Times, September 2008 - August 2013, column of weekly capsule art reviews of local exhibitions for St. Louis’ alternative newspaper.
The Village Voice, May 2007, “Let’s Be Frank,” review of Jason Meadows' Frame Narrative, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery.