Art Writing

“Louise Isn’t Angry Anymore. She’s Painting,” included in Helaine Posner, Louise Fishman. New York: Del Monico Books/Prestel. 2016

“Rochelle Feinstein: Modernist at the Disco,” reprinted in Rochelle Feinstein, I’m With Her, London, UK: Black Dog Publishing Limited. 2016

“Do You Love The Dyke In Your Face?: Lesbian Street Representation,” reprinted in David Getsy, Queer (Whitechapel: Documents of Contemporary Art), Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. 2016

“Carrie Moyer,” included in Katy Siegel, ed. The Heroine Paint: After Frankenthaler. New York, NY: Rizzoli. 2015

Critic’s Roundtable: “The Forever Now at MoMA,”, February 9, 2015

“Carrie Moyer,” Akademie X: Lessons in Art + Life, London: Phaidon Press. 2015

“Angela Dufresne,” Art in America, November. “Michael Berryhill,” Art in America, September 2014

Carrie Moyer on Elizabeth Murray, Painters on Painting, September 25, 2014

"Michael Berryhill at Kansas," Art in America, September 2014

“Dennis Congdon,” Art in America, October 2013

“Zero at the Bone: Louise Fishman Speaks with Carrie Moyer,” Art Journal, Winter 2013

Sensibility of the Times Revisited,” Art in America, December 2012

Louise Fishman: A Restless Spirit,” Art in America, October 2012

“Carrie Moyer,” in Paper Monument editors, Draw It With Your Eyes Closed: the Art of the Art Assignment, (n+1 foundation: New York 2012)

“Nancy Grossman: Hard Knock Life,” in Ian Berry, editor, Nancy Grossman: Tough Life Diary, Prestel, New York, NY, 2012

Carrie Moyer, exhibition catalog, CANADA, New York, NY

“Nadia Ayari at Monya Rowe Gallery,” Art in America, September 2011

“The Deconstructive Impulse: Women Artists Reconfigure Signs of Power 1973-91,” Art in America, May 2011

“Stephen Mueller at Lennon Weinberg,” Art in America, February 2011

“Kirsi Mikkola at Sue Scott Gallery,“ Art in America, December 2010

“Pat Steir at RISD Museum, Providence, RI,” Art in America October 2010

“ALINA SZAPOCZNIKOW: My American Dream,” ARTSEEN, The Brooklyn Rail, October 2010

“So Different, So Appealing: Carrie Moyer on the Women of Pop,” Artforum, April 2010

“Carrie Moyer,” in Michelle Grabner, Mary Jane Jacobs, editors, The Studio Reader: On the Space of Artists, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 2010

“Sylvia Sleigh,” ARTSEEN, The Brooklyn Rail, February 2010

“Sarah McEneaney at Tibor de Nagy," Art in America, December 2009

"Jack Whitten," ARTSEEN, The Brooklyn Rail, October 2009

“Mira Schor at Momenta Art,” Modern Painters, Summer 2009

“Mike Womack at ZieherSmith,” Art in America, June/July 2009

“Maria Lassnig: The Pitiless Eye,” Art in America, January 2009

“Rochelle Feinstein: Modernist at the Disco,” Art in America, September 2008

“From Margin to Mainstream: Dyke Action Machine!, Public Art and a Recent History of Lesbian Representation," in Cameron Cartiere and Shelly Willis, editors, The Practice of Public Art, Routledge, New York & London, 2008

“Minister of Culture: The Revolutionary Art of Emory Douglas,” Modern Painters, November 2007

“United Society of Believers,” Cultural Politics, Volume 3, Issue 3, November 2007

“Peter Young: Easy Rider of Abstraction,” Art in America, September 2007

“Jo Baer,” ARTSEEN, The Brooklyn Rail, May 2007

“VIVA,” Modern Painters, March 2007

“Dona Nelson,” ARTSEEN, The Brooklyn Rail, October 2006

“Greek Studies by Women,” Gay City News, July 7, 2006

“Energy/Experimentation: Black Artists and Abstraction 1964-80,” ARTSEEN, The Brooklyn Rail, June 2006

“Garry Neill Kennedy and Joanna Malinowska,” ARTSEEN, The Brooklyn Rail, June 2006

“Irving Petlin,” ARTSEEN, The Brooklyn Rail, May 2006

“Judy Glantzman: Layers of Attention,” Gay City News, May 11, 2006

“Blalla Hallmann: Gleefully Blasphemous Painted Glass,” Gay City News, April 13, 2006

“Karen Heagle: Luscious and Eccentric,” Gay City News, March 2, 2006

“Glitter and Doom: German Portraits from the 1920s,” ARTSEEN, The Brooklyn Rail, February 2006

“Pictures at an Exhibition: New Prints/Winter 2006,” International Print Center New York (IPCNY). Exhibition essay, January 2006

“‘Wearing Propaganda’ at the Bard Graduate Center for Studies in Decorative Arts. Propaganda Straight Up & Stylish,” Gay City News, January 26, 2006

“Chris Martin: Aesthetic Scavenger Hunt,” Gay City News, October 20, 2005

“Bruce Pearson: Glistening Slabs,” Gay City News, September 22, 2005

“‘Hunch & Flail’ at Artists Space. Not By Design,” Gay City News, July 21, 2005

“William Pope L: Engaging a Discussion of Blackness,” Gay City News, June 9, 2005

“Julian Opie: City Hall Park’s Fodder,” Gay City News, May 12, 2005

“Pat Steir: The Majesty of Paint,” Gay City News, April 7, 2005

“‘Post-Modern’ at Greene Naftali Gallery. Vital Look at Modernism’s Wake,” Gay City News, February 10, 2005

“‘Field of Color: Tantra Drawings from India’ at the Drawing Center. Hindu etchings meant to enlighten,” Gay City News, January 14, 2005

“Martha Rosler: Photographs That Show and Tell,” Gay City News, December 9, 2004

“Verne Dawson: Painting the Julian Calendar,” Gay City News, November 11, 2004

“Nancy Chunn: History Painting for the Fleeting News-Hungry Masses,” Gay City News, October 13, 2004

“Marc Handelman: Landscape Focused and Idealized,” Gay City News, September 20, 2004

“Hilary Harkness: A Bow to Female S/M,” Gay City News, June 3, 2004

“Edouard Prulhiere: Challenging Notions of Physicality,” Gay City News, April 29, 2004

“Shelburne Thurber: A Sofa Is Not Just a Sofa,” Gay City News, April 1, 2004

“Suzanne Wright: A Feminist’s Phallocentrism,” Gay City News, March 3, 2004

“Jenny Dubnau: Discomfort Tells A Story,” Gay City News, December 25, 2003

“Angelo Filomeno: Blood and Body Politic,” Gay City News, November 20, 2003

“Charline Von Heyl: Tweaking the Canon,” Gay City News, October 23, 2003

“Beverly McIver: Minstrels in a Painterly Mode,” Gay City News, September 26, 2003

“Do You Love the Dyke In Your Face: Lesbian Street Representation,” in Annette Baldauf, Katherina Weingartner, editors, Lips, Tits, Hits, Power? Popkulture und Feminismus, Folio Verlag, Vienna, 1998

“Do You Love the Dyke In Your Face: Lesbian Street Representation,” in Gordon Brent Ingram, editor, Queers In Space, Bay Press, 1997