2022: Harvard Graduate School of Design newsletter online (Cambridge), ““Redefining Wilderness: How Designers are Grappling with the Radical Interconnectedness of Nature and Culture,” posted May 19.
2022: Yearbook, Core Program of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, “Gender Flexibility in Picasso’s Demoiselles: The Cipher of the Equivocating Ears,” March.

2021: VIS – Nordic Journal for Artistic Research online (Sweden), “Viral Drawings: Transmission BC / QT / AV,” issue #6 (theme: “Contagion”), ed. Anna Lindal, posted October 19

2021: Textual Cultures: Texts, Contexts, Interpretation, “Books at the Borders of Picasso’s ‘Les Demoiselles d’Avignon,’” 14:1 (Spring 2021), 147-73

2020: Switch (On Paper) online (France), Inevitable Ecology: Antonio Rovaldi’s Metroclimate,” one of a few selections from a global contest for members of the International Art Critics Association (AICA), posted August 27

2019: Harvard Graduate School of Design newsletter online (Cambridge), “A Bodily Relationship With Territory: End. Words from the Margins mines the wildness and emptiness of New York City's coastal edges,” posted November 4

2019: v.1 online (Rhode Island School of Design), “Soldiers of Love?” on a Cornel West lecture, Charlottesville, and art, Spring issue

2018: Hyperallergic Weekend online (NYC), “‘We Live in a Nuthouse!’: Zero Mostel on Art, Politics, and America,” posted August 18

2017: Beyond Critique: Contemporary Art in Theory, Practice, and Instruction, ed. Pamela Fraser and Roger Rothman (Bloomsbury Academic), “Consideration (As An Antidote to Critique),” pp. 153-170.

2016: Wallscrawler blog, “Fresh From the East” exhibition review of Arlan Huang at Andre Zarre Gallery, posted September 25

2016: Art in America, exhibition review of “Maryam Jafri at P!,” June/July issue

2016: Wallscrawler blog, “Framing the Push” exhibition review of Sharon Brandt at Minus Space and Galerie Tanja Grunert, posted June 15

2016: Hyperallergic Weekend online (NYC), “Peace Beyond Words: ‘Tower of Babel at Schema Projects,” posted May 14

2015: Momus online (Canada), “On the Subtle Joy of Agnes Martin,” republished from Tate, Etc., posted August 6
2015: Wallscrawler blog, “You Had To Be There?” exhibition review of Ed Lehan’s “Return to Problem" at Reena Spaulings Gallery, NYC, posted July 28
2015: Tate, Etc. magazine (London),Square Dance of Joy,’ on Agnes Martin’s retrospective at Tate Modern, for the museum’s member magazine, Summer issue
2015: Catalogue essay, “The Ache of Being / Under A Spell,” for “The Writing on the Wall” group exhibition at The Painting Center, NYC, June-July
2015: Wallscrawler blog, “Muscular Atmospheres,” exhibition review of Rebecca Salter’s “First Light” at Howard Scott Gallery, NYC, posted May 15
2015: Big, Red & Shiny blog (Boston), “The Booth and Beyond: Art Fair Design and the Viewing Experience,” on “Our Daily Red” blog, April 21
2014: Art Journal online, “Imprinting Agnes Martin” portfolio (on my projects related to Agnes Martin and printed text), College Art Association, posted December 19
2014: The Best American Poetry blog (NYC), “Visual / Poetry” theme
- October 17: “Poetry, painting, & chicken-scratch" (on calligraphy, East & West, as an integration of visual & verbal)
- October 16: “Poets in the project rooms” (on poets with art shows in NYC) 
- October 15: “Words that must somehow be unsaid” (on Edward Hirsch, Cy Twombly, & Sol LeWitt, about the unsayable) 
- October 14: “An interview with James Siena, writer-type” (about James Siena's new typewriter drawings)
- October 13: “An essay on my title” (reflections on the phrase "Visual / Poetry" & its attendant issues)
2014: Art Journal, “Counter to Type” artist's project
- “Connecting the Dots / Hijacking Typography,” essay and drawings, Spring issue
- “Counter to Type video about the making of the artist’s project, posted online July 3
2014: Art in Print magazine, “Tauba Auerbach: Dimensional Slippages,” lead feature article on Auerbach’s print work, May/June issue (4:1), pp. 4-8
2013: Art in America magazine, “Slow Reveal,” a featured review of Arne Glimcher’s Agnes Martin: Paintings, Writings, Remembrances (Phaidon, 2012), June/July issue
2013: The Brooklyn Rail, “Beyond Thinking,” an essay on the inevitability of the sensual in art, even amidst hyper-conceptual and hyper-sensory trends (in response to Nancy Princenthal’s question, “Have words won?”), March issue
2012:  Art Journal, “Agnes Martin, Under New Auspices,” a review of the first critical anthology about Agnes Martin (Yale/Dia 2012), edited by Lynne Cooke and Karen Kelly, Fall issue
2012: “Art=Text=Art” exhibition, “Reading Into Things,” an online discussion I conducted when the exhibition was at the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University (September 2012 - January 2013).  The discussion continues...log into Facebook to join in. 
2011: “Art=Text=Art exhibition, “The ‘=’ in ‘Art=Text=Art’,” an adaptation of my gallery talk at the University of Richmond Museum, where the exhibition began, 9/2/11
2009: The Brooklyn Rail, “Letter from Segovia,”  my impressions of the “New York, New Drawings: 1946-2007” exhibition at the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Esteban Vicente, in Segovia, Spain, March issue
2009: Catalogue commentary on Agnes Martin -- a typographically interpretive excerpt from the Wallace Stevens poem, “The Idea of Order at Key West” -- for the exhibition, “New York, New Drawings: 1946-2007” at the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Esteban Vicente, in Segovia Spain
2009: Catalogue essay, “Elsewhere and Otherwise: The Conceptual Strategy of the Cultural Heritage Artists Project (pages 31-33 as numbered in the book; pages 33-35 of the linked pdf file), in conjunction with an exhibition at the John Slade Ely House, New Haven, CT, December 2009-January 2010.  The book is available for purchase at:
Big, Red, & Shiny (, Boston website of art criticism and cultural commentary
2008: “A Richter in the Corner, in the Corner of the Fogg,” on a Gerhardt Richter painting hanging in a Bernini sculpture exhibition at the Fogg Museum at Harvard, posted June 16 (issue 84)
2007: “‘When You Lean Too Hard On Anything, It Breaks,’” a reflection on New Yorker senior critic Peter Schjeldahl’s lecture at Boston University, posted October 22 (issue 71)
2007: “Roberta Paul at Allston Skirt,” exhibition review, posted June 13 (issue 65)
2007: “Laurie Reid at OSP,” exhibition review, posted January 15 (issue 55)
2006: “Eva Hesse Haunts New York,” on two concurrent Eva Hesse exhibitions in New York, posted June 18 (issue 44)
2006: “Fragment Fiesta!” review of Abigail Child’s film exhibition at the Radcliffe Institute at Harvard, posted April 30 (issue 42)