I’ve been working hard to actively contribute to some local/regional art criticism blogs, here is a list of my most recent reviews:
Image: John C. Kacere, Light Purple Panties, Zippered Slip, 1971; oil on canvas. From “Breaking the Mold: Investigating Gender at the Speed Art Museum”
“Breaking the Mold: Investigating Gender at the Speed Art Museum” for Burnaway. Review of
“Visions of Power: Artists Exploring Personal and Collective Change” at 1619 Flux Art in Louisville, for Ruckus. Review of
“Grounding” at Moremen Moloney Gallery in Louisville, for Ruckus Louisville. Lastly, I was also super honored to be included in the 3rd issue of
Boshemia Magazine “Bodies”. Head to their site to order a copy + check out all the other great writing they are doing.
Now that I have finished my thesis I am starting to contribute writing elsewhere:
Read my Q&A with the Speed Art Museum’s curator of Contemporary art Miranda Lash on Burnaway
Read my review of the Cressman Center’s exhibition “For Freedoms: Make America Great Again” on Ruckus
Stay tuned for more!
Kathleen Lolley, “Tree Deity”, 2012
My latest Louisville art review is up on
The Hite Aegis Review, The Feminine Spirit, a review of KMAC Museums Sisters of the Moon. Check it out here.
Luca Cruzat, “Entangle 1” Horsetail hair, 2016
Check out my latest review posted on
The Hite Aegis Review . The artists who exhibit work in Her/Hair an exhibition of female printmakers at the Huff Gallery, part of Spalding University,in Louisville, KY, each use either physical hair within their work, or explore its cultural and social standing thematically. For some this involves personal and intimate expression, for others a way of remembering the past and the importance of family.
Jake Ford, “Mother’s Stockings”, Refinished frame, fleece, spandex, and polyfil, 2016.
Just posted a new review of the Exhibit “Queer Voices” at Gallery K in Louisville, KY–take some time to check it out