Writing

2016

Space: Reality | Time: Fantasy, “Sonja Gerdes: Pie of Trouble. Let’s Hang. You look at it but it doesn’t exist. Air for Free,” The Pit, Los Angeles, essay for performance and exhibition, (May 26 – May 29, 2016.) PDF

James Krone, Kavi Gupta Gallery, Chicago, monographic catalogue, (forthcoming).

2015

Mark Hagen: The Outdoor Type (Extended Version)JOAN, Los Angeles, exhibition essay, (June 2015.)

Index of The Elegant Universe, The Pit, Los Angeles, exhibition essay and catalogue designed by Curator, and published by The Pit, (April 2015). PDF

The Uncertainty of Signs, on the work of Paul Pescador, monographic catalogue, (forthcoming).

Serial Language in the Work of Jacob Melchi, George Lawson Gallery, San Francisco, monographic catalogue and exhibition essay, (February 2015). PDF

An Anthropology of Images, Devon Oder: Vivarium, Fourteen30, Portland, Oregon, exhibition essay, (January 2015). PDF

2014

Let the Record Show: William Olander and Curatorial Activism, The Curve, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, essay, (December 2014). PDF

Death Ship (Poem for Lost Souls), “Death Ship: Tribute to H.C. Westermann,” The Pit, Los Angeles, exhibition essay, (November 2014). PDF

A critical reflection of a particular physical location,”  X-TRA, Review, Fall 2014, Vol. 17 No.1, pp. 98–105 and cover.

Seen/Unseen, “The White Album,” Richard Telles Fine Art, exhibition essay by curator and texts by Lia Cheyenne Trinka Browner and Itza Vilaboy. Catalog design by curator and printed by Typecraft, Pasadena. (July 2014). PDF

Youth Burned, The Curve, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, essay, (July 2014). PDF

California Decadence: On the work of Kathleen Ryan, TEMECULA, Helmuth Projects, San Diego, exhibition catalogue, (June 2014). PDF

Bhakti Baxter at Gallery Diet Miami, San Francisco Arts Quarterly, Review, (May 2014).

Cinema Vezzoli, co-written with Selene Preciado, Gallery Guide, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. PDF

Artist Highlight: Eduardo Consuegra, San Francisco Arts Quarterly, (April 2014).

Susann Brännström & Sonja Gerdes: Abstract Actions, Galleri Syster, Luleå, Sweden, exhibition essay, (March 2014). PDF

James Krone “Catsuit for Men” at Night Gallery, Los Angeles, San Francisco Arts Quarterly, Review, (March 2014).

“Take It Or Leave It: Institution. Image. Ideology.” at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, San Francisco Arts Quarterly, Review, (March 2014).

Hilma af Klint: Mystical Abstraction, The Art Book Review, Review, (February 2014).

(Every Day Is) Halloween, Sensitive Boys, Issue No. 2: The Cult of Crying, (Winter 2014). PDF

rio grande/rio bravo” solo exhibition by Tony de los Reyes at Angles Gallery, Los Angeles, San Francisco Arts Quarterly, Review, (February 2014).

The Riot Grrrl Collection, The Art Book Review, Review, (January 2014).

“A Vulgar Proof” solo exhibition by April Street at Carter & Citizen, Los Angeles, San Francisco Arts Quarterly, Review, (January 2014). 

Bob Mizer and Tom of Finland at the Museum of Contemporary Art, MOCA, Pacific Design Center, Los Angeles, San Francisco Arts Quarterly, Review, (January 2014).

2013

For an Idea of the Desert, Shangrila 2013: Burrito Deluxe, Joshua Tree, California, exhibition essay, (August 31, 2013). PDF

Embracing the Pacific: Dan Cameron and the California Pacific Triennial, East of Borneo, Interview, (May 2013).

2012

Carrie Mae Weems: Three Decades of Photography and Video, The Art Book Review, Review, (December 2012).

What Our Present Is: Presence of Mind in Cultural Production, Letters from the Field, Produced by Node Center for Curatorial Studies, Berlin, Germany, exhibition essay, (August 2012). PDF

Slow Listening, Radio Break, Produced by Roski School of Fine Arts, Master of Arts in Curatorial Practices in the Public Sphere program, University of Southern California, exhibition essay, (May 2012).

“Fragmented Memory: William Olander and the Exhibition as Criticism,” University of Southern California, Master’s Thesis, ProQuest, ISBN 9781267443441, (May 2012). PDF

2008

on You know who you ? Untitled Big time, Yellow, curated by Lia Trinka-Browner, Fellows of Contemporary Art (FOCA), Los Angeles.