Forthcoming

Review of SmartHistory.org for caa.reviews, fall 2017

Review, By The People: Designing a Better America, The Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian National Design Museum, fall 2017

Book Chapter, “Work Becomes Play: Toy Design, Creative Play, and Unlearning in the Bauhaus Legacy” in Childhood by Design: Toys and the Material Culture of Childhood, 1700-present, (ed. Megan Brandow-Faller)forthcoming spring 2018 from Bloomsbury Press

2017

Co-author and co-editor, Items: Is Fashion Modern? exhibition catalogue (New York: MoMA), fall 2017

Contributor, LVMH x MoMA exhibition catalogue, fall 2017

Brooklyn Rail Critics Page, On Fashion, March 2017 (co-authored with Paola Antonelli)

Co-editor, Collaborations and their Discontents: Collaboration in Contemporary Art & Architecture, The Courtauld Institute of Art Online Press, 2017

Talking About Plus-Size Fashion,” Medium.com, January 2017

2016

Highlights from Lagos Fashion and Design Week: Is Nigeria the epicenter of the fashion and design world?,” Medium.com, December 2016

The Items Salon and Abecedarium: MoMA’s First Major Dialogue on Fashion and Design in Over 70 Years,” Medium.com, June 2016 (co-authored with Paola Antonelli)

Hardcore Architecture, long-form interview with Justin Blinder on Data Visualization and Architecture, May 2016

PROJECTED HOMES: AN ARCHAEOLOGY IN EIGHT PARTSMarch 2016. Written in parallel with Total Effekt: Living Magasine at Recess Art NYC.

2015

If Not Museums, Then Where? Adding Ancient Algorithms and New Biological Futures to MoMA’s Collection,” Inside/Out MoMA, July 2015

MoMA Acquires the Rainbow FlagInside/Out MoMA, June 2015

Actions Speak Louder than Words? Debating the Internet, Open WideInside/Out MoMA, June 2015

Is This for Everyone? New Design Acquisitions at MoMAInside/Out MoMA, March 2015

2014

Designing Life: Synthetic Biology and Design, Inside/Out MoMA, December 2014

New Humble Masterpieces,” Inside/Out MoMA, November 2014

Design and Violence: One Year Later,” Inside/Out, MoMA, October 2014

“Jill Levine at Hionas Gallery,” ARTnews, June 2014

“Benjamin King and Abdolreza Aminlari at Longhouse Projects,” ARTnews, May 2014

Collection Entries: Donald Judd, Catherine OpieAnthony Caro, Liz Nofziger, Layla Ali, and Chris TaylorCurrier Museum of Art Collections. 2014

This is for Everyone,” Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the World Wide Web. Co-authored with Paola Antonelli. May 2014.

“Helen Frankenthaler: Paintings at Bernard Jacobson Gallery,” ARTnews, May 2014.

“Why Digital Art History?” in Journal of Visual Resources, Vol. 30, No. 2, June 2014. [Link]

Get Involved With THATCamp CAA,” arthistoryteachingresources.org, January 27, 2014

2013

“dOCUMENTA 13, Kassel, Germany,” Exhibition Review, SECAC Review, XLIV, December, 2013. [PDF]

“Nuanced Failure and Urban Space,” Art 21 (Failure Issue), December 2013. [LINK]

Interns! Know Your Rights!,” cac.ophony, December 8, 2013.

A Shared Ethics for Museum Internships,” Museum 2.0, December 2013.

Making Open Educational Resources Count,” cac.ophony, Baruch College, October 30, 2013

Interdisciplinarity in the Arts: Teaching others to teach with images,” arthistoryteachingresources.org, October 27, 2013

Teaching With Images. Learning Through Art,” cac.ophony, Baruch College, September 30, 2013.

Bye, bye Survey Textbook!” arthistoryteachingresources.org, March 15, 2013

2012

Tactile Vision in the Lewis Chessmen,ARTWRIT Quarterly, 2012.

Collection Entries: Lyle Ashton HarrisJiro TakamatsuEduardo Paolozzi, Serge Poliakoff, Pablo PalazueloJean-Paul Riopelle.  The Solomon R. Guggenheim Collection, 2012.

Over & Out,” Art 21, December 2012.

Sharing is Caring, and Canny,”Art 21, November 2012.

Arms & Armor at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Hermes Knauer Interview Pt 1,” Oral History Project at Artwrit, August 2012.

Auf Wiedersehen, Berlin,” Art 21, August 2012.

A Postcard From Berlin,” Art 21, July 2012.

Ich Bin Ein Berliner,” Art 21, June 2012.

On the Art Market,” Art 21, May 2012.

Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, Can’t Lose,” Art 21, April 2012.

Magical Thinking,” Art 21, March 2012.

Calling All Art History Teachers,” Art 21, February 2012.

Joel Sternfeld’s First Pictures,” Art 21, January 2012.

2011

Armed to the Teeth: The Lewis Chessmen,” Metropolitan Museum of Art Exhibition Blog, December 20, 2011. [PDF]

Co-editor, “Reconsidering Historiography 1900-1960.”  Collected conference papers included in the Journal of Art Historiography, Number 5, December 2011.

The Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman,” Art 21, December 2011.

A History Lesson,”  Art 21, November 2011.

Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is,”  Art 21, November 2011.

New York in the 80s & 90s: Benjamin Liu Interview Pt 3,” Oral History Project at Artwrit, November 2011.

On Warhol: Benjamin Liu Interview Pt 2,” Oral History Project at Artwrit, October 2011.

Benjamin Liu Interview Pt 1,” Oral History Project at Artwrit, September 2011.

“Second Suburb: Levittown, Pennsylvania by Dianne Suzette Harris,” Book Review, West 86th: A Journal of Decorative Arts, Design History, and Material Culture, Vol. 18, No. 1 (Spring-Summer 2011), pp. 119-121. Published by: The University of Chicago Press on behalf of the Bard Graduate Center. [JSTOR] [PDF]

Art Speech at MoMA,” Artwrit, June 2011. [PDF]

Museum Education and the Pedagogic Turn,” Artwrit Quarterly, Summer 2011.

Farewell, First Exam,” Art 21, September 2011.

Meet Me at the Met,” Art 21, August 2011.

Holding Back the Tears,” Art 21, May 2011.

Love Everyone’s Futures,” Art 21, April 2011.

What Up, Internet? Saxophonist Throws Mad Wrenches in Capitalism’s Machinations,” Art 21, March 2011.

The What? The CUNY Graduate Center? Is that, like, part of NYU?,” Art 21, February 2011.

2010

People’s Biennial,” Slashstroke Magazine, fall 2010

Art on the Outside,” Slashstroke Magazine, spring 2010

Darko Dragicevic, In Film / Slashstroke Magazine

Iannis Xenakis: Composer, Visionary, Architect & Selections Spring 2010: Sea Marks, The Drawing Center, Gallery Crawl, 2010.

Interview with Kate Fowle of Independent Curators International,” Whitehot Magazine, 2010.

Playing with Pictures: The Art of Victorian Photocollage,” The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gallery Crawl, spring 2010.

Song Dong,” Slashstroke Magazine, 2010.