“Breaking It Down: Andy Warhol’s Newspaper Allegories,” Andy Warhol: Headlines, ed. Molly Donovan (Washington: National Gallery of Art, 2011), 26-35. (Amazon)

“Gerhard Richter’s Cold War Vision” in Gerhard Richter: Early Work, eds. Christine Mehring, et. al. (Los Angeles: Getty Publications, 2011), 11-35. (Amazon)

“Running on Empty: Willem de Kooning in the Late 1950s,” Modernism/Modernity 17:1 (Winter 2010), 61-86.

“The Aroma of Photography,” Lothar Baumgarten: Seven Sounds, Seven Circles, ed. Kaira Marie Cabañas (Bregenz: Kunsthaus Bergenz, 2009), 54-69. (Amazon)

Catalogue Entries (9), Art of Two Germanys/Cold War Cultures, eds. Stephanie Barron and Sabine Eckmann (Los Angeles: Los Angeles Museum of Art, 2009). (Amazon)

Review of Joshua Shannon, The Disappearance of Objects: New York Art and the Rise of the Postmodern City (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2009), caa.reviews.

“Willem de Kooning, Saturday Night,” Spotlight essay series, Mildred Lane Kemper Museum, Washington University in St. Louis, online publication.  (Click here for short youtube clip.)

“Fuzzy Language: Joseph Kosuth’s Titled (Art as Idea as Idea), Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin 2005, 125-129.

“The Albatross of Functionality: Art and Furniture at the Cooper-Hewitt” (review), Furniture Makers Exploring Digital Technologies, edited by John Kelsey (Bethel, CT: Cambium Press, 2005), 118-124.

“Pure Art, Pure Science: The Politics of Serial Drawing in the 1960s,” in Infinite Possibilities: Serial Imagery in 20th-Century Drawing (Wellesley, MA: Davis Museum, 2004), 24-36. (Amazon)

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