Curated by Joanne Greenbaum
February 9 - March 31, 2019
Opening reception: February 9, 6 - 8 pm
56 Henry Street
(between Market and Catherine)
Thursday – Sunday 12:00 – 6:00pm, and by appointment
56 HENRY is pleased to present Notebook, an exhibition curated by Joanne Greenbaum. Comprised of over 70 works, ranging from lists and diagrams, to small drawings and torn out sketchbook pages, Notebook showcases an index of items culled from artists’ processes
By prompting artists to submit one “notebook drawing,” or work that they, “would never show to a dealer or pull out during a studio visit,” Greenbaum has created a unique context for works that were not meant to surface from the studio; Here, artists’ forgotten pages, afterthoughts, and sentimental treasures are put on display. The resulting collection offers a glimpse into the messy, candid, scrappy, witty, and seductive range of thought that is accumulated in the process of making.
A CONCENTRATION OF POWER
Curated by Alexander Gorlizki
6th December 2018 – 31st January 2019
Joost van den Bergh
24 Georgian House
10 Bury Street
London, GB SW1Y 6AA
Open days: Thursday 6th & Friday 7th December from 11am - 8pm (additional dates to be announced)
By appointment: + 44 (0)207 839 8200
What’s the relationship between power, strength, size, weight, bulk? Public sculptures created to celebrate national pride, military conquests or heroic achievements are large enough to capture our attention from a distance. Like the giant artworks outside banks or adorning corporate lobbies the impression is given that size is in proportion to success and that power implies domination over others.
A Concentration of Power aims to explore other forms of power expressed in small scale. Images and objects that depict symbols, physical gestures and icons that suggest potency are presented alongside ceremonial objects and talismans created to achieve transformation though ritual and contemplation. Some of the objects and drawings are created with such focus and concentration that they appear to be imbued with their own latent power.
The intimacy of a hand- held form may be less obviously impressive than a towering sculpture, yet it can still have an intense and profoundly personal impact
A Concentration of Power brings together material spanning fifty centuries. From Egyptian artifacts from 3,000 BC to hand embroidered underwear from the present day. It includes works by artists with well-established international reputations to those working quietly for themselves and their friends. Some of the objects are intensively crafted, made using centuries-old traditional techniques while others are naturally formed found objects, reflecting the ultimate power of nature.
With contributions from:
Matt Connors / Alison Wilding / Conor Wilson / Jackie Ellcock / Karun Thakar / Bone figure, Afghanistan / Lucy Heyward / Madeline Fenton / Kullu Manali Meteorite / Mahali O’Hare / Mark Dunhill & Tamiko O’Brien / Mujeeb Bhatti / Coptic icon, Ethiopia / Nathalie de Leval / Paul McNeil / Wood clapper (dibu), Bakongo tribe / Roger Ackling / Sarah Woodfine / Snowden Flood / Colter Jacobsen / Egyptian fish-tailed knife / Alexander Gorlizki / Elisabeth Kley / Eric Himmel / Eyal Danieli / Hugo Guinness / John Borowicz / Ken Tisa / Keris Salmon / Larry Krone / Matt Tiernan / Oliver Herring / Peter Krashes / Ruth Marten / Sanou Oumar / Siobhan Liddell / Egyptian faience amulet / Frank Walter / Venetian & Jatim glass beads / Ashanti Gold Ring / James Castle / Leonhard Fink / Leopold Strobl / Mortar and Pestle, Northern California Ohlone/Costonoan / Philip King / Hans Sebald Beham / Female steatopygous idol / Jürgen Tauscher / Dom Sylvester Houédard / Badrinath Pandit / Ludmila Mueller Leal / Pre Columbian Stone Axe / Heidi Gustafson
Inaugural Group Exhibition
Gavlak Palm Beach
11/10 - 12/22 2018
340 Royal Poinciana Way, Ste M307, Palm Beach, FL 33480
work on view at FIAC 2018 in CANADA booth I.I25 10/18-10/21 (image with works by Denzil Hurley and Marc Hundley)
10 years/100 sculptures
Córdoba 125, ​Colonia Roma Norte, CDMX​ 06700
curated by Todd von Ammon and Joseph Ian Henrikson
September 21 - November 3 2018
This image, called Swords, is available as t shirt or tote bag at Pierogi as part of Power Ts 2018. All shirts and bags are $45 to benefit Swing Left toward taking back the House in 2018. The event is from August 7-10 and there is a reception at gallery August 7 from 5-9. Shirts and bags can also be ordered online:
155 Suffolk Street
New York, NY 10002
March 8-11, 2018
Spring Studios, 6th Floor
50 Varick St
New York NY
Gavlak Palm Beach
February 17 – April 21, 2018
249B WORTH AVE., PALM BEACH, FL 33480
T +1 561.833.0583
Math Bass, Hawkins Bolden, Jenni Crain, Guy de Cointet, Matt Connors, Lucky DeBellevue, Florence Derive, Liz Deschenes, Shannon Ebner, Melvin Edwards, Vincent Fecteau, Denzil Forrester, James Hoff, Otis Houston Jr., Marc Hundley, Miles Huston, Shirley Jaffe, Caitlin Keogh, Elisabeth Kley, Wayne Koestenbaum, Siobhan Liddell, Magic Markings, Darinka Novitovic, Sanou Oumar, Matt Paweski, Bernard Piffaretti, Howardena Pindell, Charlotte Posenenske, Michael Queenland, Collier Schorr, Kerry Schuss, Amy Sillman, Allison Smith, Gwen Smith, Martine Syms, Tseng Kwong Chi, Karlheinz Weinberger, Frederick Weston, Martin Wong, B. Wurtz and Amy Yao.
41 Union Square West, #925
(Enter at 22 East 17th Street)
New York, NY 10003
Friday-Sunday 12:00 - 6:00pm
and by appointment
image: Guy de Cointet, A Page from My Intimate Journal (Part I)-–, 1974
work on view at Design Miami 2017 with Pierre Marie Giraud
Booth G12 December 6-10, Meridian Avenue and 19th Street
Piece installed in Beth DeWoody's Bunker
Beth DeWoody's Bunker, a 20,000-square foot building at 444 Bunker Road in West Palm Beach, will open as a place to exhibit her modern and contemporary art collection with a by-invitation reception Saturday December 2. After that it will be open by appointment as a private exhibition space. For an appointment to see the art, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 582-4574.
FOTG at Mitchell Algus Gallery
Harold Stevenson at the grand première mondiale of The New Adam, Galerie Iris Clert, Paris, 1963 (photo by André Morain)
The first of four shows marking the gallery's first 25 years
December 2, 2017–January 7, 2018
Opening reception: Saturday December 2, 6–8 pm
violin performance by Walter Steding at 7 pm
A gallery is a social organism.
The Mitchell Algus Gallery opened in November of 1992 with an exhibition of Harold Stevenson's The New Adam (1962), now in the collection of the Guggenheim Museum. FOTG is the first of four exhibtions marking the gallery's first quarter century. It will be followed by three shows, of selected abstract, representational and conceptual work, in the new year.
FOTG includes work by
Gene Beery, Dan Burkhart, Neke Carson, Mathew Cerletty, Whitney Claflin, Arthur Cohen, Colette, Magalie Comeau, Tom Evans, Scott Grodesky, Matt Hoyt, Mary Jones, E’wao Kagoshima, Tillman Kaiser, Dennis Kardon, Steve Keister, Elisabeth Kley, Jill Levine, Megan Marin, Juanita McNeely, Dave Miko, Eric Mitchell, Morgan O'Hara, Mark Prent, James Rauchman, David Reed, Ira Richer, Walter Robinson, Julia Rommel, Nicolas Rule, Francis Lisa Ruyter, Kerry Schuss, Stuart Servetar, Mark Sheinkman, Walter Steding, Harold Stevenson, Taro Suzuki, John Tremblay, Kiyoshi Tsuchiya, Arturo Tulinov, Alan Turner, Jeff Way, Mie Yim and John Zinsser
and contibutuions by writers/curators
Adrian Dannatt, Bob Nickas, Jay Sanders, Stuart Servetar and Olivia Shao (contributing George Brecht)
the form is stone, the dress is rain
Curated by Rafael Sánchez
OPENING RECEPTION SEPTEMBER 22, 6-9 pm
Through October 15
ROBERT APPLETON | DIETMAR BUSSE | JORGE CLAR | ELIZABETH KLEY | HAPI PHACE | RAFAEL SANCHEZ | GAIL THACKER | CONRAD VENTUR | KATHLEEN WHITE
.... As colleagues with roots between New York and New England, these nine artists gathered represent a family of peers, each maintaining strong individual studio practices. They are informed as well by shared histories and collaboration. Intimate and often playful connection to materials, methods, and the confluence of art and theatre are likewise held in common. While symbols and forms serve as guides and unifiers, the show proposes an interplay of these narratives as both points of origin and as points of departure.
"the form is stone, the dress is rain" is by May Swenson, from The Spine and the Cage, 1958 - Courtesy of the Literary Estate of May Swenson.
432 Commercial St, Provincetown MA 02657 | East End | 646.298.9258
Gordon Robichaux Print Portfolio Launch
Print Portfolio Launch with a Performance by Dean Spunt
Edition of 8 prints by 8 artists: Leilah Babirye, Lucky DeBellevue, Elisabeth Kley, Siobhan Liddell, Monique Mouton, Dean Spunt, Tabboo! and Ken Tisa
Saturday, Sept 16th 3:00 — 6:00 pm
Dean Spunt Performance at 5:00 pm
41 Union Square West #925
(Enter at 22 East 17th Street)
Palampore for Maharam Digital Projects
Palampore originated as a series of twenty-one paintings of tree of life imagery interpreted from Palampore—a type of hand-painted, mordant-dyed cloth common in India during the 18th and early 19th centuries that was designed primarily for the European export market. Using watercolor paint on Japanese paper, each panel offers a different interpretation of the symbol in both fantastical detail and loose, gestural motifs.
Installation is sized, priced and produced on a project-specific basis.
CANADA Friends & Family Popup/Elisabeth Kley Ceramic Anthology
August 16-18, 2017 @ CANADA
Opening reception August 17, 4:30 - 8:30 PM
Featuring works by CANADA artists, staff, friends, and family,
plus an installment and sale of Katherine Bernhardt's
Magic Flying Carpets of the Berber Kingdom of Morocco, and an Elisabeth Kley Ceramic Anthology.
333 Broome ST
NY NY 10002
212 925 4631
The First Ever & Only East Hampton Biennial
curated by Woobie Bogus and Adrianne Rubinstein
July 7, 8, 9 2017, 1-8 PM
Opening reception, Saturday July 8, 4-8 PM
The Barn: East Hampton, NY
RSVP for address and directions; firsteverandonlyEHB@gmail.com
Flaming June VII (Flaming Creatures)
June 8 – August 5, 2017
Lisa Anne Auerbach, Judie Bamber, Amy Bessone, Andrew Brischler, Zoe Buckman, Willie Cole, Mike Davis, Lecia Dole-Recio, Judith Eisler, Alexandra Grant, Keith Haring, David Haxton, Nir Hod, Timothy Horn, Elisabeth Kley, Kelly Lamb, Bovey Lee, Michael Manning, Maynard Monrow, David Mramor, Yuval Pudik, Dean Sameshima, Tabboo!, Betty Tompkins, Marnie Weber, T.J. Wilcox, and Rob Wynne.
Gavlak Los Angeles
1034 N. HIGHLAND AVE., LOS ANGELES, CA 90038
NUT is an all women’s publication devoted to celebrating and fostering the female artist community. 57 works on paper by women artists compose the first volume.
Through the donation of 100% of book sale proceeds to the Global Fund for Women we hope to help alleviate women’s adversity in a small way.
In addition to the initial press of 300 volumes available for purchase at the gallery, 50% of proceeds from artwork sales will also benefit the Global Fund for Women.
Marina Adams, Etel Adnan, Josh Blackwell, Katherine Bernhardt, Katherine Bradford, Sarah Braman, Matt Connors, Bella Foster, Grandma Moses, Nancy Haynes, Denzil Hurley, Xylor Jane, Karen Kilimnik, Elisabeth Kley, Sadie Laska, Sherrie Levine, Lily Ludlow, Mary Manning, Erin O'Donnell, Elena Pankova, Noam Rappaport, Martha Rosler, David Benjamin Sherry, Sue Tompkins...Organized by Marc Hundley
Frieze New York
May 4-7, 2017
CURATED BY WILLIAM CORWIN AND DAVID GOODMAN
MARCH 24 - APRIL 21, 2017
Brendan Burzinski, David Goodman, Elisabeth Kley, Jessie Holmes, Leslie Baum, Rico Gatson, Russel Maltz, Sarah Goffstein, Tommy Mintz, Vadis Turner, William Corwin
185 Varick St.
New York, NY 10014
work included in auction to benefit Hillary Clinton
Two Years of Looking
curated by Erik Hanson
July 15 - August 28, 2016
New Art Projects
05/01/2016 - 05/29/2016
curated by Katherine Aungier
Jack Pierson: Tomorrow’s Man
April 21-July 1, 2016
Church Fine Arts Complex
University of Nevada
University Galleries is pleased to announce a new exhibition curated by internationally renowned artist Jack Pierson. First conceived as a publication, the third volume of which was recently released, Tomorrow’s Man has grown into a three dimensional iteration of the bulletin-board, idea mash-up found in the publication and includes many of the artists Pierson finds most interesting and thought provoking. Inspired by a midcentury male physique magazine of the same name, the exhibition Tomorrow’s Man includes artworks by Michael Bilsborough, Stephen Tashjian (Tabboo!), Laurel Sparks, Richard Tinkler, Florence Derive, Chris Bogia, Bryson Rand, David Dupuis, Jeff Davis, Andrea Zittel, Cali DeWitt, Shari Elf, Zak Arctander, Kembra Pfahler, Joe Sinness, Paul Sepuya, Elisabeth Kley, and Peter Fend.
January 9 - February 14, 2016
New York, NY
Canada is pleased to present "Ozymandias" a one-person exhibition by Elisabeth Kley. Ms. Kley's first solo show with the gallery will include works on paper, a wall painting, and ceramic pieces that refer to Weiner Werkstatte, Studio Craft and the history of excessive decoration.
Kley takes her title from the famous Shelley poem of the same name about a ruined monument to a long forgotten despot. The poem is set in an unnamed strange locale and its themes include hubris and the inevitable decline of empire. It may seem apt, given the current political climate, to consider history as a series of blustery strongmen who naturally fall into the abyss of time. Kley, on the other hand, offers joy instead of pontification. Here we have unabashedly extravagant designs both mysterious and inviting, weightless manifestations of the past.
Kley’s current black and white ceramic vessels and drawings are inspired by Islamic, Byzantine and Asian historical ornaments and can be described as somewhere between all-over paintings and decorative sculptures. Repeated bold calligraphic patterns are filled with life giving symbols and designs including flower petals and leafy tendrils.
The vessels are made from hand rolled coils and fired in an electric kiln in her studio. Decorations are applied using homemade underglazes with wax resist and sgraffito. The artworks are not only beautiful to look at but are also made with an artisan’s care and ingenuity. Dripping glazes reveal an appealing unfussy temperament, and forms sometimes seem to imply bulbous fruits like pomegranates or flowers. Although she sometimes renders traditional motifs directly, Kley’s works are rarely strict copies. Instead, they are personal inquiries into visually pleasurable shapes, colors and patterns. Each piece is unique, but also seems to be part of a larger whole.
November 21, 2015 - January 17, 2016
Catinca Tabacaru Gallery
New York, NY
Ten Year Anniversary
GAVLAK Los Angeles
November 6 – December 23, 2015
Florence Derive * Elisabeth Kley * Jack Pierson * Richard Tinkler
August 21 - September 10, 2015
Albert Merola Gallery
Summer Group Exhibition
July 25 – August 29, 2015
Gavlak Los Angeles East Gallery
Gavlak Palm Beach Summer Show 2015
July 10 – September 30, 2015
Inside the Episode
curated by Jack Pierson
June 20 - July 26, 2015
New York, NY
New York, NY
“Mentally, perhaps she was already three parts glass. So intense was her desire to set up a commemorative window to herself that, when it was erected, she believed she must leave behind in it, for ever, a little ghost. And should this be so, then what joy to be pierced each morning with light; her body flooded through and through by the sun, or in the evening to glow with a harvest of dark colours, deepening into untold sadness with the night….What ecstasy! It was the Egyptian sighing for his pyramid, of course.”
-Ronald Firbank, Vainglory
Translucent threads of dawn brings together a selection of Elisabeth Kley's ceramic cages with Conrad Ventur's photographs of the underground film star and performer Mario Montez. Kley's flamboyant, yet menacing cages incorporate a range of ornamental motifs--from Chinese and Persian to the Victorian era. The exuberant sheen of the colored glazes adorns only the outside of each cage leaving the interior with a rough, raw clay surface, creating two visual worlds within one object. While the cage is inherently an object of exclusion, in Kley's cage's interior and exterior are in constant conversation, creating a complex persona that embraces multiple psychologies of space and display. Ventur's intimate portraits of Mario Montez, who starred in seminal films by Jack Smith and Andy Warhol in the '60s, were made after Montez reemerged into the art world after a 35 year hiatus. Staging scenarios with Montez sometimes dressed as past characters from films such as Smith's Flaming Creatures (1963) and others, Ventur's photographs present a fluid approach to archiving the activity of a timeless performer. For Ventur, Montez is "collaborator, drag mother and gay grandfather—all in one," and like the screen-test (a form that Ventur has also worked with), these images portray a subject whose character cannot be confined by a single identity or static image, but will always transcend the medium through their performative spirit.
February 6 - March 7, 2015
GAVLAK Palm Beach
GAVLAK Palm Beach proudly presents "A Sign of Eternal Beauty," an exhibition of new works by two accomplished and under-recognized artists, Florence Derive and Elisabeth Kley, showing together for the first time. The show will include paintings, ceramics, and works on paper. The title of the exhibition stems from Jack Pierson's 2013 poem inspired by Derive's paintings and persona, and it unites with Elisabeth Kley's shared dramatic sense of gestural flourish employing shape and color motivated by natural forms. The artists paired here find voice separately represented by a grouping of entirely singular images and sculptures, while simultaneously engaging in a command of expression about repeat pattern and divergence, seasonal change, and the timelessness and power of voluptuous color.
New York, NY, 10002
curated by Will Corwin
October 25- December 19, 2014
Cheymore Gallery, Tuxedo, NY
work included in Tomorrow’s Man 2
Edited and designed by Jack Pierson and Roger Bywater
Published by Bywater Bros. Editions, 2014
112 pages, softcover
10 x 7.25 inches / 25.4 x 18.4 cm
July 25 - August 22, 2014
New York, NY
curated by Sam Gordon
June 27 - August 16, 2014
Andrew Edlin Gallery
New York, NY
NADA New York, May 9-11 2014
Work on view and available at NADA New York 2014 in booths of Season and Regina Rex.
Large ceramic sun installed in window at 39 Great Jones Street, May - June 2014 (curated by Ugo Rondinone)
February 28 - March 30 2014
92 St. Nicholas Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11237
Claxons at Haunch of Venison NY
19 JUL - 17 AUG 2012
Haunch of Venison is pleased to present Claxons, a group show curated by art critic Walter Robinson. The show will feature works by ceramic artist Elisabeth Kley, glass artist John Drury, painter Robert Goldman and Robinson. The exhibition aims to present underrepresented artists with an idiosyncratic sensibility. The title of the show Claxons (or loud horns) refers to the idea that artists create dissonance and cacophony. “It’s about letting oneself be carried along by events rather than trying to steer a clear path,” explained Robinson. “Each artist’s work is disturbed, either through subject matter that focuses on outcasts or through execution of materiality.”
Kley will present a selection of her painted ceramic pots and drawings that exemplify her interest in drag culture and extravagance. Depicted in vivid colors, her ceramic pieces reference Gothic ornamentation, Islamic, Roman and Byzantium styles, and thus resemble ceremonial vestiges. One highlight is her drawing Large Ethyl Eichelberger that captures the flamboyant essence of American drag performer Ethyl Eichelberger in an elongated and dramatic form.
550 West 21st Street
New York, NY 10011
The Queen's Feathers
John Tevis is pleased to present an exhibition of new work by Elisabeth Kley, The Queen’s Feathers, from 7 March through 7 April, 2012.
The gallery will exhibit six hand-inked prints by Elisabeth Kley. These works are rubbed and printed on Japanese and Thai paper using a series of plates made from Styrofoam into which the artist has drawn, cut and gouged her images of peacocks. Kley’s interest in the spectacular costume of these male animals evolved from her interest in drag as an extreme transformation. Unfolding their tails, peacocks undergo a metamorphosis akin to that of a man who changes his everyday appearance to become a fabulously artificial version of a woman. Designed to theatrically accessorize the domestic interiors of a flamboyant world, the artist’s prints are made for fantasized homes that could belong to the aging dandies she has drawn for years, including Salvador Dali, Erté, Coco Chanel, Elsie de Wolfe, Jack Smith, Ethyl Eichelberger and Candy Darling.
John Tevis Gallery
Peacock and Bottles
Georgian National Museum, National Gallery
November 1 - November 10, 2011
presented by Nana Kipiani as part of Artisterium IV
CERAMICS BY ELISABETH KLEY AND PAINTINGS BY SHANNON MCCONNELL.
ELISABETH KLEY CREATES CERAMICS THAT ARE OTHERWORLDLY AND EVERYWORLDLY. ROMAN, ISLAMIC, MEXICAN AND BYZANTINE STYLES, ALONG WITH OTHERS, MINGLE IN HER WORK TO PRODUCE FANTASY IMAGERY THAT DEFIES TIME AND PLACE. FINE ART AND DECORATIVE ELEMENTS FROM VARIOUS PERIODS ARE FILTERED INTO NEO-MAJOLICA, DESTINED TO FURNISH THE INTERIORS OF A FLAMBOYANT WORLD INHABITED BY DANDIES AND FOPS. ELISABETH’S LINE-WORK MIMICS WROUGHT IRON AND SERVES DOUBLE DUTY AS IT BECOMES FRAMES FOR DOZENS OF EYES.
Ceramics by Elisabeth Kley
October 1 - October 31, 2010
Le Petit Versailles
346 East Houston Street at Avenue C
some photos and a transcription of Tabboo!'s the Nightingale are included in
Vol. 3 $15 SD*
copies available at Participant Inc 253 Houston St. NYC wed-sun 12-7
MODERN and CONTEMPORARY CERAMICS
December 4th – January 24th, 2010
A.M. Richard Fine Art
October 13 - December 15, 2009
Rose Burlingham Projects
New York, NY
“Oh help me heaven,” she prayed, “to be decorative and to do right!” Ronald Firbank.
Bazvalon is an imaginary place invented by Ronald Firbank, the early twentieth century English eccentric, author and aesthete. "Aside from Duchesses, Mr. Firbank has a predilection for water-closets and the more wayward aspects of sex- all treated with the subtlest of subtlety." Firbank is one of Elisabeth Kley’s beloved host of dandies; Jean Cocteau, Salvador Dali, Erte, Elsie de Wolfe, Jack Smith and the drag performance artist Ethyl Eichelberger, who, like Firbanks’ character, St. Laura de Nazi-anzi, were “not born organically good.”
Guardian angels and guides, whose rare volumes litter Kley’s studio floor along with well-thumbed books on Turkish embroidery, Chinese architecture and the Alhambra Palace in Granada - inspire her highly refined practice. “ There was a pause- just long enough for an angel to pass, flying slowly.”
Firbank’s titles alone -Vainglory, The Flower Beneath the Foot, The Princess Zoubaroff, Concerning the Eccentricities of Cardinal Pirelli, evoke a carefree, more stylish time. As E.M. Forster said of Firbank, "It is frivolous stuff and how rare, how precious is frivolity!"
A drawing of Dali is on the cover (and a drawing of Amanda Lear is inside)
of alLuPiNiT, a magazine edited by Rafael Sanchez and Kathleen White:
copies available at Participant Inc 253 Houston St. NYC wed-sun 12-7
who do you want to be? Vol. 2 $10 SD*
January 26 - February 26, 2007
Momenta is pleased to present Elisabeth Kley's first solo exhibition. This extensive and ambitious exhibition traverses drawing, ceramics, and video to present an exotic world of extravagant personalities and architecture. Pencil and ink collaged portraits, drawn and ceramic pavilions, fountains, and peacocks, and a video of a drag performance combine to construct a baroque, enveloping environment.
Review of two books on Forrest Bess, published in Art Journal, Fall 2014
Essay on Tabboo! published in Tabboo! The Art of Stephen Tashjian
Very Cute for You, essay by Elisabeth Kley published in Tabboo! The Art of Stephen Tashjian, edited by Lia Gangitano, the first monograph on the legendary underground painter, puppeteer, performer.
Essay on Tabboo! published in Dead Flowers
Tabboo!'s Fairy Tale Renaissance, essay by Elisabeth Kley published in Dead Flowers, catalogue of a 2010 exhibition curated by Lia Gangitano at Vox Populi, Philadelphia and Participant Inc., New York.
Writing for Artnet Magazine 2008 - 2012