Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects is pleased to announce the opening of our new exhibition space in downtown Los Angeles. Spanning the entire length of 1700 South Santa Fe Avenue, the 11,000 sf warehouse will host the gallery’s most ambitiously scaled exhibitions and provides additional space for both a screening and reading room. It will be used as a second exhibition space in addition to our Culver City gallery. The gallery design was developed in collaboration with TOLO Architecture and Anderson Studio.

The gallery will open during Frieze LA with a preview on Friday, February 15, 2019, and will open to the public on Saturday, February 16. The inaugural exhibition will feature new and historic works by artists from the gallery’s roster: Edgar Arceneaux, Sadie Benning, Andrea Bowers, Kim Dingle, Sean Duffy, Nicole Eisenman, Charles Gaines, Karl Haendel, Stanya Kahn, Mary Kelly, Rodney McMillian, Wangechi Mutu, Ruben Ochoa, Pope.L, Amy Sillman, and Nicola Tyson. The inaugural exhibition will be followed by solo exhibitions of new work by Arlene Shechet, Deborah Roberts, Sam Levi Jones, Genevieve Gaignard, Andrea Bowers, Shana Lutker, and Liz Glynn.

The downtown gallery is located at 1700 S Santa Fe Avenue, just south of the 10 freeway. Limited parking is available on the north parking lot adjacent to the building. Visitors to the opening are encouraged to use ride sharing services.


Preview: Friday, February 15, 5 – 7 pm
Open to the public: Saturday, February 16, 10 am – 6 pm

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Andrea Bowers

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Kim Dingle

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Nicole Eisenman

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Genevieve Gaignard

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Liz Glynn

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Karl Haendel

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Samuel Levi Jones

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Hayv Kahraman

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Raffi Kalenderian

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Mary Kelly

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Shana Lutker

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Hugo McCloud

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Dave McKenzie

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Rodney McMillian

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Yunhee Min

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Nash, David. "Kendall Wilkinson Outfits the $15.5 Million Penthouse at San Francisco's 181 Fremont," Architectural Digest, October 30 (2018) (link)

Weber, Jessica, "Rolling Out the 'Red Carpet'," UCR News, October 1 (2018) (link)

Stallings, Tyler, "Red Carpet in C at UCR ARTS Blurs Boundaries of Art and Architecture," KCET, September 4 (2018) (link)

"UCR Arts Exhibition Blurs Boundaries of Art and Architecture," UCR Today (web), August 16 (2018) (link)

Wangechi Mutu

Valentine, Victoria L. "Artists Wangechi Mutu and Kara Walker Land Major Museum Commissions," Culture Type, April 14 (2019) (link)

Freeman, Nate. "Wangechi Mutu will make works for the Metropolitan Museum’s façade for one in a trio of contemporary commissions," March 22 (2019) (link)

Libbey, Peter. "The Met Will Use its Facade and Great Hall to Showcase Contemporary Art," New York Times, March 21 (2019) (link)

Pellerin, Amanda. "Wangechi Mutu-Keep Moving, Keep Making Art," TL Magazine, January 12 (2019) (link)

Halperin, Julia and Charlotte Burns"Yes, Basquiat Is an Art-Market Superstar. But the Work of Other African American Artists Remains Vastly Undervalued," Artnet News, September 20 (2018) (link)

"'Road to Justice' at MAXXI," Blouin Art Info (web), July 31 (2018) (link)

Valentine, Victoria L., "Baltimore Museum of Art Swaps Works by Warhol, Kline, Noland, and Rauschenberg for Acquisitions by Whitten, Sherald, Mutu, and Yiadom-Boakye," Culture Type (web), June 28 (2018) (link)

Spivack, Emily, “Why this artist is inspired by a chest of drawers,” The New York Times Style Magazine (web), June 20 (2018) (link)

Brownell Mitic, Ginanne, "In Nairobi, An Art Scene in Transition,” The New York Times, June 12 (2018) (link)

Wilson-Goldie, Kaelen, “’Multiply, Identify, Her’ International Center of Photography Museum (ICP),” ArtForum (web), June 2 (2018) (link)

“‘Inside my Studio’ with Wangechi Mutu,” Cultured Mag (web), June 1 (2018) (link)

My Barbarian

"Non-Western," Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater (REDCAT), Los Angeles, CA (2018) (link)

Elizabeth Neel

Smith, Roberta. "At 7 Art Galleries, the Ecstatic Flow of Paint and the Stories It Can Tell," New York Times (web), September 27 (2018) (link)

Ruben Ochoa

Shimi Roth, Minhae. "Locust Projects Turns 20: Remembering Its Most Memorable Exhibits," Miami New Times, December 4 (2018) (link)

Safari, Ida, “Ruben Ochoa at Art + Practice,” Artillery, January 2 (2018) (link)

Angel Otero

Dafoe, Taylor. "‘Act First and Then Think’: Artist Angel Otero on How to Turn Failure Into Fuel for Creativity," artnet, April 10 (2019) (link)

Brito, Maria. "Angel Otero and the Miracle of Memories," Cultured, March 11 (2019) (link)

Yerebakan, Osman Can. "A Brooklyn Artist Finds Inspiration, and Refuge, in Puerto Rico," New York Times, March 5 (2019) (link)

"Urban Glamour #46," Livingetc (web), January 24 (2019) (link)

Shirine, Saad. "With the MECA Art Fair, San Juan’s Art Community Rises Again," Vulture, November 21 (2018) (link)

Nash, David. "Kendall Wilkinson Outfits the $15.5 Million Penthouse at San Francisco's 181 Fremont," Architectural Digest, October 30 (2018) (link)

Angeleti, Gabriela, "Angel Otero shares his top picks from Frieze New York," The Art Newspaper (web), May 3 (2018) (link)


"If Not Apollo, the Breeze,” Kadist, San Francisco, CA (2017) (link)

Arn, Jackson. "When Performance Art Takes to the Street, the Results Are Moving," Artsy, April 9 (2019) (link)

Cotter, Holland. "MoMA, the New Edition: From Monumental to Experimental," New York Times, February 5 (2019) (link)

Ongley, Hannah. "moma is closing to diversify the art canon," i-D, February 7 (2019) (link)

Reichert,Elliot J. "Pope.L: The Escape," Brooklyn Rail, December 20 (2018) (link)

Johnson, Steve. "'Pope.L: The Escape' reworks a slavery play as performance art and dares you to wonder what to think about it," Chicago Tribune, November 16 (2018) (link)

Freeman, Nate. "What Sold at FIAC," Artsy, October 22 (2018) (link)

Valentine, Victoria L., "Loaded with Symbolism, a Fountain Sculpture by Pope.L is Among New Acquisitions at Carnegie Museum of Art," The Culture Type (web), July 29 (2018) (link)

Wargo, Abby, "Differing, Drawn: Scholar Examines Pope.L’s “Skin Set” Drawings," The Elm (web), April 28 (2018) (link)

"Pope.L, Jennifer Russell, and Rachel G. Wilf Join NYU Institute of Fine Arts’ Board of Trustees," NYU (web), April 4 (2018) (link)

O'Grady, Megan, "Answering Society's Thorniest Questions, with Performance Art," T Magazine, New York Times, March 2 (2018) (link)

"Pope.L: The Escape," The Art Intitute of Chicago, Chicago, IL (2018) (link)

Mary Reid Kelley

Watson, Denise. "MOCA's new exhibition fills in the "The Rest of History," the stories often discarded in the telling of America's story," The Virginian-Pilot, March 22 (2019) (link)

Campbell, Andy. "Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley," Artforum, February (2019) (link)

Wood, Eve. "Mary Reid Kelley & Patrick Kelley," Artillery, January 2 (2019) (link)

Knight, Christopher. "Review: Harry S. Truman at the center of this wonderfully weird, strangely poignant art show," Los Angeles Times, November 30 (2018) (link)

Horst, Aaron. "Mary Reid Kelley & Patrick Kelley at Susanne Vielmetter," Carla, November 29 (web) (2018) (link)

Dunne, Aidan, "Kelleys’ bizarre creations crackle with energy of early cinema," The Irish Times (web), August 4 (2018) (link)

Thorne, Harry, "The Burlesque Worlds of Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley," frieze, April 5 (2018) (link)

Cromwell, Tim, “From Hirst’s Medusa to Quinn’s marble bust: new London show explores how classical art inspires contemporary artists,” The Art Newspaper, March 6 (2018) (link)

Culpan, Daniel, "Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley at Tate Liverpool," Artforum, January (2018) (link)

Deborah Roberts

Valentine, Victoria L. "Artist Deborah Roberts Joined Susanne Vielmetter Projects Los Angeles and Has an Exhibition at Gallery’s New Downtown Space," CultureType, April 23 (2019) (link)

Marcoci, Roxana. "Young Heroines: Deborah Roberts," Mousse Magazine, Spring (2019) (link)

Williams, Margaret. "People of the Year: Deborah Roberts," Tribeza Artists Curated, November 29 (2018) (link)

Sheets, Hilarie M. "A Collector Who Grew Up With Art Now Fosters Its Makers," New York Times, December 26 (2018) (link)

Roberts, Deborah. "The Lives They Lived: Linda Brown," New York Times Magazine, December 30 (2018) (link)

Greenberger, Alex. "Long-Running ‘Anonymous Was a Woman’ Grants Awarded for 2018, With Betty Tompkins and Deborah Roberts Among 10 Winners," ArtNews, December 11 (2018) (link)

Valentine, Victoria L. "Art Basel Miami Beach 2018: Select Galleries Throughout the Mega Fair are Showing Works By African and African American Artists, Here’s Where to Find Them," The Culture Type, December 6 (2018) (link)

Onyewuwnyi, Ikechukwu Casmir, "Deborah Roberts at Luis de Jesus," Carla, Issue 13, August. (2018) (link)

Dambrot, Shana Nys, "Deborah Roberts at Luis de Jesus," Art and Cake, June 10 (2018) (link)

Luke, Ben, "Artist Deborah Roberts on Yinka Shonibare exhibition and why 'black is not a colour any more," Evening Standard, June 6. (2018) (link)

Mizota, Sharon, "Roberts' powerful statement of black female identity," LA Times, May 29 (2018) (link)

Miller, Ashia, “Deborah Roberts’ #EvolutionOfMimi art tackles heavy topic of colorism,” RollingOut, May 25. (2018) (link)

Amirkhani, Jordan, "Art Review: 'The Evolution of Mimi' at Spelman Museum," BURNAWAY, April 25. (2018) (link)

Cochran, Rebecca, "Deborah Roberts: The Evolution of Mimi," Art Papers, March 17. (2018)

Sargent, Antwaun, “The Artist Changing the Face of Black Girlhood,” VICE, March 6 (2018) (link)

Feaster, Felicia, “The power and pathos of girlhood defines Deborah Roberts’ collages,” The Atlantic Journal Contribution, March 6. (2018)

Van Proyen, Mark, “Deborah Roberts @ Jenkins Johnson,” Square Cylinder, February 19. (2018) (link)

Larocca, Amy, “Portfolio: Her Breakthrough Women,” The New York Magazine, February 5 (2018) (link)

Green, Tyler, “Deborah Roberts, Anita Witek,” Modern Art Notes Podcast, February (2018) (link)

Johns, Myke, “Artist Deborah Roberts ‘Emancipates’ Black Girlhood In Spelman Exhibit,” National Public Radio, January 25 (2018) (link)

Paul Mpagi Sepuya

"Grace Wales Bonner," Serpentine Sackler Gallery, London, UK (2019)

"In the Studio with Paul Mpagi Sepuya," SIXTY Hotels (blog), January 9 (2019) (link)

Selvin, Claire. "Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects Now Represents Paul Mpagi Sepuya,' ARTnews, January 8 (2019) (link)

Pahules, Anastasia. "Artists on Art: Paul Mpagi Sepuya on Lorna Simpson," LACMA Unframed (blog), January (2019) (link)

Cooper, Ashton. "Critics' Picks: Positioner at Matthew Marks," Artforum, October (2018) (link)

Christon, Jimmy. "'Tipping Points' exhibit reflects changing political world," The Miscellany News, October 24 (2018) (link)

Haris, Gareth. "Can an increase in two-artist booths spur sales at Paris's Fiac?" Art Newspaper, October 17 (2018) (link)

Lubow, Arthur. "What’s New in Photography? Humanism, MoMA Says," New York Times, March 9 (2018) (link)

Allegretto, Dan. "We All Wear the Mask: New Photography at the Museum of Modern Art," Art in America, April 2 (2018) (link)

Jones, Gregory Eddi. "Picture, Paper, Friend, and Flesh: An Interview with Paul Mpagi Sepuya," In the In-Between, March 12 (2018) (link)

Onyewuenyi,Ikechukwu Casmir. "Paul Sepuay at team (bungalow," Carla, February 14 (2018) (link)

Oldweiler, Cory. "MoMA’s new photography exhibit focuses on identity in 2018," AM New York, March 18 (2018) (link)

Woodward, Richard B. "MoMA’s Human Focus," Wall Street Journal, March 14 (2018) (link)

Wheeler, André-Naquian. "moma’s 'new photography' series asks what it means to be human," i-d, March 27 (2018) (link)

Aubry, Lisa. "MoMA to Display UCLA Alum's Work Exploring Identity, Portraiture," Daily Bruin, March 14 (2018) (link)

Norman, Lee Ann. "Intimate Moves In A Dark Room: Paul Mpagi Sepuya at Document," New City Art, April 19 (2018) (link)

Goldberg, Ariel. "In the Room," Art in America, April 1 (2018) (link)

"Image of the Day," Elephant, September 12 (2018) (link)

Wheeler, André. "In the Studio, in the Nude: An Artist Capturing Queer Masculinity," AnOther, October 12 (2018) (link)

Campbell, Andy. “Paul Mpagi Sepuya,” Aperture, Fall (2018)

“Paul Mpagi Sepuya,” Unseen, Issue 5, Fall (2018)

Quinton, Jared. “Paul Mpagi Sepuya at DOCUMENT,” Artforum, March (2018) (link)

Norman, Lee Ann. “Intimate Moves In A Dark Room, Paul Mpagi Sepuya at Document,” Newcity Art, April 19 (2018) (link)

Goldberg, Ariel. "The Room,” Art In America Magazine, April 1 (2018) (link)

Allegretto, Dan. “We All Wear The Mask : New Photography at the Museum of Modern Art,” Art In America Magazine, April 2 (2018) (link)

Wheeler, André-Naquian. “MoMA’s ‘New Photography’ Series Asks What It Means to be Human,” i-D Magazine, March 27 (2018) (link)

Indrisek, Scott. “At MoMA, Photography Doesn’t Have to Reinvent Itself to be Radical,” Artsy, March 20 (2018) (link)

“Five Questions with Paul Mpagi Sepuya,” Cultured Magazine, March 20 (2018) (link)

Woodward, Richard B. “MoMA’s Human Focus,” The Wall Street Journal, March 14 (2018) (link)

Lubow, Arthur. “What’s New in Photography? Humanism, MoMA Says,” The New York Times, March 9 (2018) (link)

Russeth, Andrew. "Touring the Venice Biennale, Part 2: The Giardini," ArtNews, May 8 (2019) (link)

Davis, Ben. "Venice Biennale in Pictures: See Work by Every Artist in the Giardini Section of the Sprawling 2019 Exhibition," artnet, May 9 (2019) (link)

Higgie, Jennifer. "58th Venice Biennale Review: Brilliance and Bluster," Frieze, May 9 (2019) (link)

Aletti, Vince. "Previews: Paul Mpagi Sepuya at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis," Artforum, May (2019) (link)

Gilbert, Alan. "Paul Mpagi Sepuya’s “The Conditions,” Art-Agenda, April 5 (2019) (link)

Scott, Andrea K. "Paul Mpagi Sepuya Mines the Queer History of the Portrait Studio," New Yorker, March 29 (2019) (link)

Schwendener, Martha. "New York Art Galleries: What to See Right Now," New York Times, March 28 (2019) (link)

Mellin, Haley. "Sheree Hovsepian and Paul Mpagi Sepuya Take Over Venice Beach," Garage, March 25 (2019) (link)

Manatakis, Lexi and Ashleigh Kane. "Art shows to leave the house for this month," Dazed, March 15 (2019) (link)

"9 Art Events in New York: Isaac Julien, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Gretchen Bender, Arakawa, and More," ArtNews, March 4 (2019) (link)

Velasco, David. "Project: Paul Mpagi Sepuya," Artforum, March (2019) (link)

"Photographer Paul Mpagi Sepuya's Blurred Lines," Garage, February 20 (2019) (link)

Cavaluzzo, Alexander and Daniel Avery. "THE 12 BEST ART EXHIBITS TO SEE IN 2019," Newsweek, February 13 (2019) (link)

Malone, Callan. "The LALA List," LALA Magazine, Winter 2019, p. 51 (2019)

Arlene Shechet

Ollman, Leah. "Arlene Shechet’s new sculptures are weirdly engrossing and crazy fresh," Los Angeles Times, April 29 (2019) (link)

Belcove, Julie. "These Trailblazing Female Artists Are Finally Getting the Recognition they Deserve," Robb Report, April 11 (2019) (link)

Kalb, Jonathan. "Fiona Shaw Performs "The Waste Land" in Madison Square Park," TheaterMatters, April 11 (2019) (link)

Small, Zachary. "Fiona Shaw Will Perform T. S. Eliot’s The Waste Land in Madison Square Park," Hyperallergic, April 11 (2019) (link)

Barron, James. "Bringing Liberty’s Torch to Manhattan (Icy Weather Permitting)," New York Times, February 3 (2019) (link)

Solomon, Deborah. "Review: Arlene Shechet Goes Public," WNYC, December 21 (2018) (link)

Cascone, Sarah. "How a Residency at a Toilet and Sink Factory Inspired Arlene Shechet’s New Public Art Project at Madison Square Park," artnet, December 20 (2018) (link)

Small, Zachary. "Arlene Shechet Smuggles Politics into Madison Square Park," Hyperallergic, November 20 (2018) (link)

"NYC restaurant serves guests wooden boxes for stowing away their phonesNYC restaurant serves guests wooden boxes for stowing away their phones," CTV News, October 30 (2018) (link)

Carlson, Jen. "Video: Dianne Wiest Is Buried In Scorched Earth & Performing Samuel Beckett In This NYC Park," Gothamist, October 24 (2018) (link)

"VIDEO: Dianne Wiest Totally Rocks Beckett in Madison Square Park!" Broadway World, October 24 (2018) (link)

Feldman, Adam. "Dianne Wiest is doing Beckett in a park this week, for free, dressed as a rock, Time Out, October 24 (2018) (link)

Libbey, Peter. "Dianne Wiest Is a Boulder, but Not for Halloween," New York Times, October 24 (2018) (link)

"Dianne Wiest To Perform Beckett Next Week At Madison Square Park," Broadway World, October 17 (2018) (link)

"‘Every Single Second it Changes’: Watch Sculptor Arlene Shechet Harness the Protean Power of Plaster," Artnet News, October 5 (2018) (link)

Cascone, Sarah, "Editors’ Picks: 12 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World This Week," Artnet News (web), September 25 (2018) (link)

Loos, Ted, "Porcelain Finds Its Outside Voice," New York Times (web), September 23 (2018) (link)

"Morning Links: Sword Wound Edition," Art News, September 24 (2018) (link)

"Photographer outs herself as anonymous donor of millions to female artists," CBS This Morning (web), August 23 (2018) (link)

“’A Beautiful Land of Extremes’: See New York through the Eyes of 6 Visionary Locals.” CNN Style, June 28 (2018) (link)

Wong, Alex, "Reflecting pond in Madison Square Park will be transformed by public installation," The Architect's Newspaper (web), June 1 (2018) (link)

Farber, Janet L., "'More Than I Know' Shechet’s abstract sculpture at Joslyn eludes easy classification for all," The Omaha Reader (web), May 27 (2018) (link)

Bui, Phong, "Arlene Shechet: Some Truths," The Brooklyn Rail (web), May 1 (2018) (link)

Dasha Shishkin

Jones, Samuel. " At new Neiman Gallery exhibit, psychedelic prints bleed into negative space," Columbia Spectator, October 22 (2018) (link)

Amy Sillman

Henry, Clare. "Passionate About Drawing: Roger Malbert Unveils Hand Drawn Action Packed – Clare Henry," ArtLyst, March 28 (2019) (link)

Sillman, Amy. "Delacroix," 4columns, December 14 (2018) (link)

Kamps, Toby. "In Conversation: Amy Sillman with Toby Kamps," The Brooklyn Rail, December 11 (2018) (link)

Haidu, Rachel. “Amy Sillman: Camden Art Centre,” Artforum, December (2018) (link)

Armstrong, Annie. "Phillips $88.5 M. Contemporary Sale Comes Up Short, with Passes on Burri and Pollock," Art News, November 15 (2018) (link)

Angeleti, Gabriella. "Phillips and Bonhams see strong sales on smaller lots," The Art Newspaper, November 16 (2018) (link)

Hatfull, Nicholas. "The Vicarious Warmth of Amy Sillman’s Paintings," Frieze, October 26 (2018) (link)

Westall, Mark. "Amy Sillman: Landline : The first institutional exhibition of the acclaimed American painter," Fad Magazine, July 4 (2018) (link)

Judah, Hettie, " The Best Shows in London During Frieze Week," Frieze (web), September 28 (2018) (link)

Barnard, Imelda, "‘I’m working with and against painting’ – an interview with Amy Sillman," Apollo (web), September 26 (2018) (link)

Sillman, Amy, “Laura Owens,” Artforum, April (2018) (link)

"Amy Sillman," The New Yorker, February (2018) (link)

Tuchman, Phyllis, "Artisanal Abstraction: The Elusive, Effusive Art of Amy Sillman," ArtNews (web), February 16 (2018) (link)

Petrovich, Dushko, "The New Face of Portrait Painting," The New York Times Style Magazine, February 12 (2018) (link)

Mullen, Matt, "The Playfully Troubled Art of Amy Sillman," Interview (web), January 25 (2018) (link)

Mickalene Thomas

“Muse: Mickalene Thomas Photographs and tête-à-tête,” Aperture, New York, NY; travelled to Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD; Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art, Virginia Beach, VA (2017); Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, GA (2017); Pomona College Museum of Art, Claremont, CA (2018) (link)

Little, Colony. "The Studio Museum Conceives Its Future in a Traveling Exhibition," Hyperallergic, March 6 (2019) (link)

Parris, Amanda. "In the heart of the AGO, 100 Black women artists gathered to celebrate. Is it a sign of true change?," CBS, February 8 (2019) (link)

Valetine, Victoria L. "Black Art History: 17 Exhibition ‘Firsts’ Happening This February," The Culture Type, February 8 (2019) (link)

Scott, Chadd. "'Posing Modernity' Prepares To Say 'Goodbye' To New York, 'Hello' To Paris," Forbes, January 25 (2019) (link)

Burns, Charlotte and Julia Halperin. "Museums, Acquisitions and Artists of Color, Why Now is the Time for Change," Sotheby's, January 11 (2019) (link)

Valetine, Victoria L. "Culture Type Picks: 18 Best Black Art Books of 2018," Culture Type, Janurary 4 (2019) (link)

"'Mickalene Thomas: Femme Noires' at the Art Gallery of Ontario," Blouin Art Info (web), January 8 (2019) (link)

Smith, Melissa. "How a Businesswoman Became a Voice for Art’s Black Models," New York Times, December 26 (2019) (link)

Smee, Sebastian. "Two revelatory exhibitions upend our understanding of black models in art," Washington Post, December 10 (2018) (link)

Parris, Amanda. "The art world often excludes Black women. Mickalene Thomas's superpower is making them visible," CBC, December 7 (2018) (link)

Rosen, Miss. "7 Black Artists You Should Know," Broadly, December 6 (2018) (link)

Carrier, David. "Deconstructing Race in Western Painting," Hyperallergic, December 1 (2018) (link)

Adams, Kelsey. "Mickalene Thomas celebrates Black women at the AGO," Now Toronto, December 3 (2018) (link)

"Baltimore Museum of Art Launches Commission Series and Curatorial Fellowship with Focus on Diversity," Artforum, November 30 (2018) (link)

Greenberger, Alex. "Baltimore Museum of Art Launches Diversity-Minded Commission Series and Curatorial Fellowship," Art News, November 30 (2018) (link)

Hernandez, Jasmin. "Mickalene Thomas and Racquel Chevremont Run on Adoration and Activism," Elle, November 30 (2018) (link)

"Mickalene Thomas: The artist on reclaiming the black female body," WBEZ Chicago, November 28 (2018) (link)

Nguyen, Long. "Posing Modernity," Flaunt, November 12 (2018) (link)

Reid, Tiana. "What it Means When Columbia Does a Show About the Black Model on Its West Harlem Expansion Campus," Vulture, November 9 (2018) (link)

Edelson, Sharon. "As If, Audemars Piguet Bring Stimulating Talk to Beautiful Setting," WWD, November 9 (2018) (link)

Sargent, Antwaun. "Seven Artists on the Warhol Influence," New York Times, November 1 (2018) (link)

Goldsmith, Suzanne. "2018 Fall Arts Guide: November," Columbus Monthly, October 29 (2018) (link)

Diderich, Joelle. "Dior Lady Art Project Celebrates Great Women Artists," WWD, October 29 (2018) (link)

Cascone, Sarah. "‘I Use It as a Way of Drawing and Seeing’: Artist Mickalene Thomas on How Photography Became the Center of Her Practice," artnet news, October 26 (2018) (link)

Sheet, Hillarie M. "New Attention for Figures in the Background," The New York Times, October 25 (2018) (link)

Stapley-Brown, Victoria. "Show turns a spotlight on the black female figure in Modern art," The Art Newspaper, October 23 (2018) (link)

"Posing Modernity: The Black Model from Manet and Matisse to Today," Apollo, October 1 (2018) (link)

Pitts, Zac. "Mickalene Thomas Photography Exhibition," WDTN News, October 19 (2018) (link)

O'Grady, Megan. "How Carrie Mae Weems Rewrote the Rules of Image-Making," New York Times Style Magazine, October 15 (2018) (link)

Gilson, Nancy. "Arts review: In depicting women in her life, painter Mickalene Thomas prefers flash, depth," Columbus Dispatch, October 14 (2018) (link)

Binlot, Ann. "The Art of Being A Muse," Document, October 10 (2018) (link)

Weber, Jasmine. "Mickalene Thomas Makes a Muse of Cardi B," Hyperallergic, October 9 (2018) (link)

Kai, Maiysha. "High Art: Cardi B and Artist Mickalene Thomas Collab for W Magazine," The Glow Up, October 9 (2018) (link)

Solway, Diane. "Cardi B Channels Hollywood's Legendary Latina Glamour Queens in W's Art Issue," W Magazine, October 9 (2018) (link)

Azzarello, Nina, "opera 'music video' by maurizio cattelan & pierpaolo ferrari is as wild as you'd imagine," designboom (web), 4 October (2018) (link)

Adrian-Diaz, Jenna, "5 Lessons in Feminist Art," The Cut (web), October 3 (2018) (link)

Drew, Kimberly and Nicole Chapoteau, "Artist Mickalene Thomas Opens Up About the Importance of Diverse Bodies In Her Work," Harper's Bazaar (web), October 3 (2018) (link)

Keimig, Jasmyne, "Black Girl Magic, Mickalene Thomas, and Being My Own Muse," The Stranger (web), September 21 (2018) (link)

Michael, Michael Love, "In Conversation: John Edmonds and Mickalene Thomas," Paper, September 19 (2018) (link)

Pothast, Emily, "An Artist Pays Homage to Her Glamorous, Dying Mother," The Stanger (web), September 12 (2018) (link)

Lee, Michael, "Wexner Center art exhibition to empower women, challenge art history norms," The Lantern, September 10 (2018) (link)

Cascone, Sarah and Caroline Goldstein, "From Mark Bradford in Baltimore to Victor Hugo in LA: 33 Museum Shows Around the US Worth Traveling For," Artnet News (web), September 5 (2018) (link)

Belcove, Julie L, "Artist Mickalene Thomas: "It was always a political statement," The Financial Times (web), August 31 (2018) (link)

"Datebook: Our Top Columbus Events for September," Columbus Monthly (web), August 31 (2018) (link)

Clemans, Gayle, "A look at painter Mickalene Thomas’ lesser-known photography at Henry Art Gallery," The Seattle Times (web), August 29 (2018) (link)

Armstrong, Annie, "Carrie Mae Weems, Mickalene Thomas, Zoe Buckman, More Will Make Art for Planned Parenthood’s ‘Unstoppable’ Campaign," Art News, August 2 (2018) (link)

Najjar, Christina, "Three New York City Artists to Follow on Instagram This Month," Hamptons (web), June 5 (2018) (link)

Small, Zachary, "In Rihanna Photoshoot for Vogue Paris, Juergen Teller Cribs Imagery from Mickalene Thomas," Hyperallergic (web), July 24 (2018) (link)

Stapley-Brown, Victoria, "Did Juergen Teller borrow from Mickalene Thomas’s work in Vogue Paris Rihanna shoot?" The Art Newspaper (web), July 24 (2018) (link)

Upchurch, Michael, "Mother as muse in a powerful show of Black beauty," Crosscut (web), July 23 (2018) (link)

“10 LGBTQ+ Artists who Redefined Contemporary Art,” Mutual Art (web), June 7 (2018) (link)

Wilson-Goldie, Kaelen, “’Multiply, Identify, Her’ International Center of Photography Museum (ICP),” ArtForum (web), June 2 (2018) (link)

Nicola Tyson

Allam, Roula, "4 Noteworthy London Fashion Week Happenings," About Her (web), September 19 (2018) (link)

Dacre, Karen, "Victoria Beckham's SS19 10th anniversary show at London Fashion Week," The Evening Standard (web), September 17 (2018) (link)

Rogers, Sam, "Victoria Beckham comes home to London Fashion Week," Vogue Paris (web), September 16 (2018) (link)

Conti, Samantha, "LFW Preview: Victoria Beckham Set to Light Up Piccadilly Circus With London Show," WWD (web), September 14 (2018) (link)

Magenheim, Jillian, "Runway Report: Victoria Beckham SS19," Olivia Palermo (web), September 18 (2018) (link)

Elison, Jo, "Victoria Beckham’s 10th anniversary homecoming was all business," Financial Times (web), September 16 (2018) (link)

Paton, Elizabeth, "Victoria Beckham Sells Her Clothes Herself," New York Times (web), September 17 (2018) (link)

Jones, Jo, "Victoria Beckham: backstage at her spring/summer 2019 show – in pictures," The Guardian (web), September 17 (2018) (link)

Monique van Genderen

"“If I go there, I won’t stay there” at ltd los angeles," Blouin Art Info, October 1 (2018) (link)

Esther Pearl Watson

"The Moon: Eternal Pearl," Concord Center for the Visual Arts, Concord, MA (2019)

Patrick Wilson

"Michael Reafsnyder/Patrick Wilson," Miles McEnery, New York, NY (2018) (link)

Pagel, David," When a rectangle is more than a rectangle: Making sense of Patrick Wilson's colorful chaos," Los Angeles Times, February 5 (2018) (link)