• Fabienne Verdier, interview, ‘Vortex’ exhibition catalogue, Waddington Custot, Autumn 2020
  • Jasleen Kaur: Ethnoresidue, review, Art Monthly, October 2020
  • Vitamin D3: Today’s Best in Contemporary Drawing, co-author, book, Phaidon, 2020
  • Magnum Artists: When Great Photographers Meet Great Artists, book review, Art Quarterly, Autumn 2020
  • From Here to Eternity. Sunil Gupta, A Retrospective, interview with Curator Mark Sealy, Art Quarterly, Autumn 2020
  • An Opening on Mars and Other Degree Show Solutions, opinion, frieze, June 2020
  • Embassy of the Imagination, interview, Art Quarterly, Summer 2020
  • Hilda Jesser and the women of the Wiener Werkstätte, feature, The World of Interiors, July/August 2020
  • Our Bodies, Our Archives, review, Art Monthly, May 2020
  • We Will Walk – Art and Resistance in the American South, preview, The World of Interiors, April 2020
  • Daphne Wright, interview, ‘A Quiet Mutiny’ exhibition catalogue, Crawford Art Gallery, Spring 2020
  • The Quilters of Gee’s Bend, feature, Royal Academy of Arts Magazine, Spring 2020
  • ‘Why UK Art Schools Are on Strike’, opinion, Frieze, February 2020


  • Africa State of Mind, interview with curator Ekow Eshun, Art Quarterly, Winter 2020
  • Athanasios Argianas, preview, Art Quarterly, Winter 2020
  • Judy Chicago, interview, Frieze, November, 2019
  • Peggy Guggenheim: The Ultimate Collector, feature, The World of Interiors, December 2019
  • Interview with Lawrence Lek, Transformer: The Rebirth of Wonder, exhibition catalogue, December 2019
  • ‘Caryl Churchill Knows How to Do Things with Words’, opinion, Frieze, November 2019
  • ‘How New Economic Ideas Could Change the Art World’, feature, Frieze, November 2019
  • Turner Prize 2019, preview, Art Quarterly, Autumn 2019
  • Emily Forgot, profile, The World of Interiors, October 2019
  • Kathrin Böhm, interview, Art Monthly, September 2019
  • Great Women Artists, co-author, book, Phaidon 2019
  • ‘Something New’ Eileen Simpson and Ben White / Open Music Archive, essay commissioned by Film and Video Umbrella, Summer 2019
  • What Happens When Artists Run Restaurants, Frieze, July 2019
  • Sol Calero: El Autobús, Tate Liverpool, preview, World of Interiors, July 2019
  • Bridget Riley, National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh, preview, Art Quarterly, Summer 2019
  • Block Universe 2019, review, Frieze, June 2019
  • The Pleasures of Food: artist and food, review, Frieze, June 2019
  • Plastic Capitalism by Amanda Boetzkes, book review, Art Quarterly, Summer 2019
  • Nastja Säde Roönkkö: Memento Vivere, Tampere Art Museum, essay, exhibition catalogue, June 2019
  • Back and Forward: How archival collections are being re-animated via new technologies, column, Frieze, May 2019
  • Curating Feminist Technologies, conference report, Contemporary Art Society
  • Louisa Gagliardi, Rodolphe Janssen, Brussels, review, Frieze, May 2019
  • Fiona Tan: Shadow Archive, MAC’s Grand Hornu, Belgium, interview, exhibition catalogue, April 2019
  • The Lore of the Land, Horniman Museum, London, review, Art Quarterly, Spring 2019
  • An exhibition with an audio script by Sarah Demeuse and Wendy Tronrud, as well as a soundtrack by Mario García Torres, Witte de With, Rotterdam, review, Art Monthly, April 2019
  • How Chicago! Imagists 1960s & 70s, Goldsmiths CCA, London, preview, World of Interiors, April 2019
  • Axis of Solidarity, Tate Modern, London, conference report,, March 2019
  • Penny Woolcock, Modern Art Oxford, review, Art Monthly, February 2019
  • Keep It Complex, profile,, February 2019
  • Velvet Buzzsaw, film review,, February 2019
  • Grace Wales Bonner, Serpentine Galleries, London, review,, February 2019
  • Vitamin T: Threads and Textiles in Contemporary Art, book, essays about Annette Messager, Otobong Nkanga, Rosemarie Trockel, Richard Tuttle, Pae White, Phaidon, 2019
  • AA Bronson + General Idea, Maureen Paley, London, review, Frieze, February 2019
  • Beatrice Gibson, interview,, January 2019


  • How Artists Flipped the Script in 2018, opinion,, December 2018
  • Still I Rise, Nottingham Contemporary, Art Monthly, December 2018
  • Yinka Shonibare, interview, Art Quarterly, Winter 2018
  • Has Belgium’s Newly Reopened Africa Museum Exorcized the Ghosts of its Colonial Past?, opinion,, December 2018
  • Melanie Manchot: Open Ended Now, MAC VAL, Paris, catalogue essay, November 2018
  • Rachel Maclean: Spite Your Face, Chapter Arts, Cardiff, Wales, catalogue essay, November 2018
  • Friends, Possibly Lovers, opinion,, October 2018
  • Yelena Popova: Her Name is Prometheus, l’étrangère, London, catalogue essay, October 2018
  • Tai Shani, The Tetley, Leeds, review, Art Monthly, October 2018
  • Tania Bruguera, Tate Modern Turbine Hall Commission, review,, October 2018
  • Chelsea Manning at the ICA London, report,, October 2018
  • Design as an Attitude by Alice Rawsthorne, book review, Art Quarterly, Autumn 2018
  • Elmgreen & Dragset, Whitechapel Gallery, London, preview, World of Interiors, October 2018
  • Somewhere In Between, Bozar, Brussels, Art Monthly, September 2018
  • Cinenova, profile,, September 2018
  • Hana Miletić, WIELS, Brussels review,, July 2018
  • Culture is a Verb / Culture as a Verb: Kathrin Boöhm, essay, Mansions of the Future, Lincoln, July 2018
  • A Brief History of Inflatable Protest Art,, July 2018
  • Corita Kent: Get With the Action, essay, The White Review, July 2018
  • Whitstable Biennale, review, Art Monthly, July 2018
  • They Are Here, profile,, June 2018
  • The Dark Side of the Boom by Georgina Adam, book review, Art Quarterly, Summer 2018
  • Yuko Mohri, Camden Arts Centre, London preview, Art Quarterly, Summer 2018
  • All Day in Marseille, city report,, May 2018
  • Forensic Architecture: Interview with Eyal Weizman,, May 2018
  • Linder: House of Fame, Nottingham Contemporary, review, Art Monthly, May 2018
  • Holly Davey: Returning Forward, Catalogue Essay, g39 Cardiff, April 2018
  • Suburban Odyssey: Revisiting Robert Smithson’s Passaic, video,
  • The Gaze is Back in the Agenda, But Who’s Looking at Whom?, column,, March 2018
  • How Institutions Think, book review, Art Quarterly, Spring 2018
  • Sven Augustijnen, Jan Mot, Brussels, frieze issue 194
  • The Land We Live In, Hauser & Wirth Somerset, review, frieze issue 194
  • Helen Cammock, Cubitt, London, review, frieze issue 193
  • Curatorial Activism: A Right or an Obligation?, column, February 2018
  • Wu Tsang, FACT Liverpool, review, Art Monthly, February 2018
  • Jef Geys, La Loge, Brussels, review, Frieze issue 193
  • Tim Rollins and K.O.S., Maureen Paley, London, review, frieze issue 192
  • Towards Civic Engagement, Arts Council Collection Curators’ Day report


  • ‘Co-Art: Artists on Creative Collaboration’, 2017
  • Contributions to ‘Vitamin C: Clay and Ceramics’, October 2017
  • Happy-Go-Lucky Surprised Dead Things: Andi Magenheimer Interviewed, The Quietus, September 2017
  • Andrew McDonald, True Illusion, essay, Corridor 8, September 2017
  • 31 Women, review, frieze issue 189
  • Neither., Mendes Wood, Brussels, review, frieze issue 188
  • Why We Wait, essay, Tracking Shot website, summer 2017
  • Refugee Tales, column,, July 201
  • Living Rooms, column,, June 2017
  • Nadim Abbas, Vitrine Gallery, London, review, frieze issue 187
  • Imagined Communities, feature, frieze issue 187
  • Karen Tang and David Ben White, catalogue essay, published by L’étrangère, London April 2017
  • Sarah Staton; Edith and Hans, essay, published by Field|Art Projects, March 2017
  • More Money, More Problems, column,, March 2017
  • The Joke’s On You, column,, February 2017


  • Contributions to Vitamin P3: New Perspectives in Painting, Phaidon, 2016
  • ‘Out Of This World And Into Another’, essay commissioned by Up Projects to accompany Lawrence Lek’s online commission Overseas 海外 Delirious New Wick, August 2016
  • Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven, Zeno X Gallery, Antwerp, review, frieze issue 180, June-August 2016
  • Page & Screen: Art and Life, column and video exploring the ethical implications of living plants and animals in artworks, frieze issue 179, May 2016
  • Three Painting Shows in Brussels, review of Sean Landers at Galerie Rodolphe Janssen, Helmut Stallaerts at Albert Baronian, and Tinus Vermeersch at Hopstreet Gallery, frieze issue 177, March 2016
  • Around Town, review of three shows of Post-war Japanese art in London: Kishio Suga at Blain|Southern; Jirō Takamatsu at Stephen Friedman Gallery; and Shigeo Anzaï at White Rainbow, in frieze issue 176, January-February 2016
  • ‘in the hand’s footsteps’: Magnus Quaife exhibition essay, commissioned by Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, to coincide with ‘B/Q: Roland Barthes and Magnus Quaife’, December 2015-January 2016


  • Chim↑Pom, feature, frieze issue 175, November/December 2015
  • Kemang Wa Lehulere, Gasworks, London, review, frieze issue 175, November/December 2015
  • Sora Kim: 2,3, catalogue text, Korean Cultural Centre UK, October 2015
  • Limbs Describe Curves, interview with Leonor Serrano Rivas, Marta Cevera Gallery, Madrid, September 2015
  • No Offence? UK art institutions and self-censorship, column, frieze issue 173, September 2015
  • The Welfare State, MuHKA Antwerp, review, frieze issue 173, September 2015
  • SUCKERZ: Emma Hart and Jonathan Baldock, exhibition essay, l’étrangère, London, June-August 2015
  • How to Thrive, Zabludowicz Collection 20th Anniversary publication, Summer 2015
  • Zabludowicz Collection Invites, anthology introduction, May 2015
  • Body Talk, review, frieze issue 171, May 2015
  • Jesse Darling, feature, frieze issue 171, May 2015
  • Paul Kneale, review, frieze issue 171, May 2015
  • by the mountain path, exhibition essay, White Rainbow, London, April 2015
  • Lynda Benglis at the Hepworth, Wakefield, review, frieze issue 170, April 2015
  • Some Past State, exhibition essay to accompany Edit/Undo at Space In Between, London, February 2015
  • fig-2 launches at the ICA, London, frieze blog, January 2015
  • The Sea. A Tribute to Jan Hoet & Collection Study III: Art in Europe After 1968, review, frieze issue 168, January/February 2015


  • 5th Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale / Yokohama Triennale 2014, review, frieze issue 167, November/December 2014
  • Philippe Van Snick, essay written to accompany Van Snick’s solo presentation at FIAC Offici(elle) with Galerie Tatjana Pieters, October 2014
  • Eviter le pire: Philippe Van Snick, exhibition essay for Van Snick’s exhibition, Arcade Fine Art, October 2014
  • William Hunt: Playing the Goat, exhibition essay for William Hunt: Playing the Goat at Peer, London, September 2014
  • Value for Money, frieze issue 165, September 2014
  • Mathew Cerletty/ Walter Swennen, frieze issue 165, September 2014
  • Shifting Thoughts on Stringy Forms, exhibition text for Beatriz Olabarrieta, Shifty Show, Cell Project Space, July 2014
  • Eric Baudelaire, frieze issue 164, Summer 2014
  • Postcard from Kent, the 7th Whitstable Biennale, frieze blog, June 2014
  • Why I like This, Science Museum website, May 2014
  • Carolee Schneemann, frieze issue 163, May 2014
  • Like & Share, frieze issue 161, March 2014
  • Interview with Kerry James Marshall, frieze issue 160, January-February 2014
  • Postcard from Tallinn, frieze blog, January 2014


  • Michelangelo Antonioni and Film as Sculpture, review, frieze issue 158, October 2013
  • Painting from the Zabludowicz Collection, exhibition catalogue,  Zabludowicz Collection, July 2013
  • Zabludowicz Collection Invites, interviews with each of the Invites artists: Benedict Drew, Anthony Green, Hannah Perry, Lucy Woodhouse, John Summers, Jason Dungan, Yelena Popova, Richard Sides, Ruairiadh O’Connell, Leah Capaldi, Lucy Whitford, Lora Hristova, Pio Abad, Lucy Tomlins, Berry Patten, Heather Phillipson, Nicholas Brooks (2012-2013)


  • Les Urbaines, review,, December 2012
  • Weighed Words: Ed Atkins and Ellen Mara De Wachter, interview Mousse magazine, April 2012
  • Weighted Words, exhibition catalogue, Zabludowicz Collection, March 2012


  • “David Askevold”, review,, September 2011
  • The Shape We’re In, exhibition catalogue, Zabludowicz Collection, February 2011
  • “S Mark Gubb: Beyond Mere Happiness”, catalogue essay, Chapter Arts, Cardiff, December 2011


  • “Systematic”, exhibition catalogue, Zabludowicz Collection, London
  • “The Only Way Is Up: Charlie Tweed”, catalogue essay for Who Wants to Act Now, or Even See Acting at Depo, Istanbul, June 2010
  • “Anna Barham”, catalogue essay for solo exhibition at International Project Space, Birmingham, February-March 2010


  • Pete and Repeat, exhibition catalogue, Zabludowicz Collection September 2009
  • “Inspired or mercenary? Pop Life at Tate Modern”, featured exhibition in Flash Art International, November-December 2009
  • “Luke Fowler”, profile in Flash Art International, October 2009
  • “All too human: Vito Drago”, catalogue essay for exhibition at Castello di Marineo, Sicily, December 2009
  • “A Secular Form of Belief”, catalogue essay for Matt Stokes: The Gainsborough Packet, &c. 176, London, February-June 2009
  • “Picnoleptic Seamless”, exhibition text for Stage Fright: Laura Buckley, Haroon Mirza and Dave MacLean, Rokeby Gallery, January-February 2009


  • “An interview with Tony Chakar”, project space, October 2008
  • “An interview with allsopp&weir”, project space, September 2008
  • “An interview with Laura Buckley”, project space, September 2008
  • “Spectral Iconic Appearances”, Springerin, Winter 2008-2009
  • “(Im)material Presence”, catalogue essay for Material Presence, 176, London, September-December 2008


  • “Practice in Repetition”, catalogue essay for An Approximate Call, allsopp&weir, Permanent Gallery, Brighton, November-December 2007
  • “Reflections on the Venice Biennale”, Map Magazine, Issue 11, Autumn 2007
  • “Francesca Woodman”, Critics’ Picks,, July 2007
  • “Sherrie Levine”, Critics’ Picks,, July 2007
  • “Marc Bijl, Gerard Byrne and Valérie Jouve”, Map Magazine, Issue 10, Summer 2007
  • “Brussels: Argos, Wiels and a new Biennial for 2007”. Map Magazine, Issue 9, Spring 2007
  • “How to live together – 27th Bienal de São Paulo, Brazil”. Map Magazine, Issue 8, Winter 2007
  • “Try Again. Fail Again. Fail Better. Momentum 2006, Moss, Norway”, Map Magazine, Issue 8, Winter 2007


  • “Monster Balls”, Artforum Diary,, September 11, 2006
  • “Shop Local – Bob and Roberta Smith”, Shoreditch Map, August 2006
  • “Wrong at Klosterfelde Galerie”, Contemporary 84, 2006


  • “Sneh Mehta: Under the Skin”, NYArts Magazine, March/April 2005
  • “City report: Brussels”, Contemporary 76, 2005
  • “La Belgique Visio(n)nair(e) België – C’est Arrivé près de chez vous at Bozar Brussels”, Contemporary 75, 2005
  • “Today is just a copy of yesterday”, Contemporary 75, 2005
  • “Philip-Lorca diCorcia”, Contemporary 75, 2005
  • “Jon Mikel Euba at Galeria de arte Soledad Lorenzo”, Contemporary 73, 2005
  • “Anish Kapoor at MAC’s Grand-Hornu”, Contemporary 72, 2005
  • “Yucatán Bienal”, Contemporary 72, 2005
  • “Sergio Prego”, Contemporary 71, 2005
  • “Time Zones”, Contemporary 70, 2005
  • “Sneh Mehta: Morphosis”. Contemporary 70, 2005


  • “Ijs/Ice at Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens”, Contemporary 68, 2004
  • “In Partes Tres (Jean-Luc Mylayne, Jean-Pol Godart, Walter Swennen) at MAC’s Grand-Hornu”, Contemporary 68, 2004
  • “Taryn Simon”, Contemporary 67, 2004
  • “Gabriel Orozco”, Contemporary 66, 2004
  • “Stop staring”, White Collar, Issue no. 1, June 2004

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