Press

Ultra Absorbency. The Nation. February 6/13, 2017:  pg. 11.

Here’s How Women Artists Are Reacting to a Donald Trump Presidency. Claire Landsbaum. New York Magazine. December 21, 2016.

Female Artists Unite in the Face of a New Political Era. Ashleigh Kane. Dazed Magazine. January 4, 2017.

80 Female Artists Unite for “UPRISE / ANGRY WOMEN” Exhibit This January. Jasmine Williams. Untitled Magazine. January 6, 2017.

80 Female Artists Rally Against Trump’s Sexist, Discriminatory Rhetoric. Nathaniel Ainley. The Creators Project. January 12, 2017.

The Untitled Space, New York, hosts ‘Uprise / Angry Women’Blouin Artinfo. January 16, 2017.

NYC Art Gallery Exhibition ‘UPRISE’ An Ode To Angry Feminism In Wake Of The Presidential Election. Girl Talk HQ. January 9, 2017.

Female Artists Come Together to Protest Trump in New ExhibitionAlexandra Weiss. Bullett. January 4, 2017.

Women strike back: Two New York exhibits showcase female artists resisting Donald Trump’s misogynist backlash. Amanda Marcotte. Salon. January 12, 2017.

Artists Hidden in Plain Sight. Lorelei Ramirez. The Creators Project. December 31, 2015.

20/20 (catalogue).  School of Visual Arts.  2013: pg. 34-37.

Approval Matrix. New York Magazine. August 20, 2012: pg. 208.

Avant Guard. Michael Wilson. Art Forum. Scene and Herd. August 13, 2012.

A Private Show at the Met, Employee IDs Required. Corey Kilgannon. New York Times. August, 3 2012.

Artists Guarding Artists. Alice Losk. Artsicle. August 3, 2012.

The Artistic and Philosophical Effects of Marcel Duchamp’s Fountain. Laura Murray. Stellar Undergraduate Research Journal, Oklahoma City University. Volume 4, 2010: pg.4-11.

NAMTA News & Views. National Art Material Trade Association. May – June 2010: pg. 17, 19.

NAMTA News & Views. National Art Material Trade Association . May – June 2009: pg. 21.

NAMTA Note Cards. Artwork featured on the 2009 NAMTA Foundation Note Cards.