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Publications as Author

Artists of ‘Yes In My Front Yard’ (YIMFY) on future of the arts post-COVID-19,” Artblog, June 3, 2020


‘Yes In My Front Yard,’ West Philadelphia’s stimulus check-funded public installation,” Artblog, May 26, 2020


Artist and activist Lise Soskolne of W.A.G.E makes her invisible art practice visible,” Artblog, June 17, 2020


Studio BE, love letter to people of post-Katrina New Orleans, by B-Mike Odums," Artblog, March 22, 2019


Edison Price Lighting’s art and industry program has positive impacts on artists and factory workers,” Artblog, February 18, 2019


REvisioning the fate of junk at Edison Price Lighting Gallery,” Artblog, February 9, 2018


Sue Coe and Käthe Kollwitz’s political art in sisterly solidarity at Galerie St. Etienne, New York,” Artblog, November 26, 2017


The Politics of Cartooning for the New Yorker,” Artblog, October 27, 2017


Tomás Saraceno creates a universe from spider webs," Artblog, October 9, 2017


Under-Song for a Cipher, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye’s idyllic imagined world at the New Museum,” Artblog, August 13, 2017


Belkis Ayón at Museo Del Barrio,” Artblog, July 17, 2017


Lost & Found brings activism to the classroom and beyond through sculpture,” Artblog, June 28, 2017


Poems sparked by Roxana Perez-Mendez’s art at Taller Puertorriqueño,” Artblog, April 12, 2017


Poems inspired by Michelle Angela Ortiz’s installation, Quizás Mañana, at Taller Puertorriqueño,” Artblog, May 12, 2017


Lenka Clayton brings wit, humor, and a sharp critical voice to the Fabric Workshop and Museum,“ Artblog, May 8, 2017


Loving Blackness at Asian Arts Initiative, a complex exhibition about color,” Artblog, April 9, 2017


Harmonic convergence of Tyler Wilkinson and Claes Gabriel at the University City Arts League,” Artblog, March 24, 2017


Finding resonance – Material Memory at the Village of Arts and Humanities,” Artblog, March 12, 2017


Outside In: Violence and Expression in Afghan War Rugs, Temple University Intellectual Heritage Program, March 14, 2016 (co-author)

Media Mentions

Bastien Keb – ‘Rabbit Hole,’ ” Booooooom, October 28, 2020


Tyler Wilkinson & Claes Gabriel,” Painter’s Table, March 2017


Voicing global conflict, survival,” Jenny Stein, The Temple News, March 15, 2016


Philadelphia Explained,” Pentagram, March 2015


“‘philadelphia explained’ installation by Paula Scher,” Andy Butler, Design Boom, June 12th, 2015

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