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Le donne della prossima Whitney Biennial

Silvia Anna Barrila, “Le donne della prossima Whitney Biennial,” arteconomy24.com, January 8, 2010.

Instead of Focusing on Yesterday’s Monuments, Artists are Building Tomorrows

Priscilla Frank, “Instead of Focusing on Yesterday’s Monuments, Artists are Building Tomorrows,” Huffington Post. August 18, 2017

Philadelphia Project Seeks Public Reckoning with Monuments

Natalie Pompilio, “Philadelphia Project Seeks Public Reckoning with Monuments,” Associated Press, New York Times. September 4, 2017

Philadelphia Project Seeks Public Reckoning with Monuments

Natalie Pompilio, “Philadelphia Project Seeks Public Reckoning with Monuments”. Associated Press, New York Times. September 4, 2017

Women Who Merit Statues in Philadelphia

“Women Who Merit Statues in Philadelphia,” Op-Ed, Philadelphia Inquirer November 17, 2017.      

Sharon Hayes, Artforum 2014

Astrid Mania, “Sharon Hayes,” Artforum, January 2014

Schizophrenia: Centre d’Art Contemporain La Synagogue de Delme

Robert Barry, “Schizophrenia: Centre d’Art Contemporain La Synagogue de Delme,” Frieze, March 2014

Sharon Hayes at Andrea Rosen

“Sharon Hayes at Andrea Rosen,” Contemporary Art Daily, April 2014.

Gwangju Biennale Taps Into the Korean Activist Spirit

Amy Qin, “Gwangju Biennale Taps Into the Korean Activist Spirit,” The International New York Times September 17, 2014

News: Official Awards of the 55th International Art Exhibition

“News,” ARTnews, Summer 2013. “News: Official Awards of the 55th International Art Exhibition,” The Venice Biennale, June 2013.

Review: ABC Art Berlin Contemporary

Kito Nedo, “Review: ABC Art Berlin Contemporary,” Art Agenda, September 2013.

Just Saying No

Julia Bryan-Wilson, “Just Saying No,” Artforum, September 2013.

Sharon Hayes ‘Public Appearances’

Raimar Strange, “Sharon Hayes ‘Public Appearances’,” Spike Art Quarterly, October 2013

An Actual Subversion

David Levine, “An Actual Subversion,” Mousse, December 2013.

Love and Politics by Generation: ‘More Love’ at The Ackland

Paddy Johnson, ArtFCity.com, September 6, 2013.

Venice 2013: World of Interiors

Lynne Cooke, Artforum Magazine, September 2013.

PICKS: Sharon Hayes

Zachary Cahill, “PICKS: Sharon Hayes,” Artforum.com, January 24, 2012

Occupying the New Future

Alexandra Kleiman, “Occupying the New Future,” Artlog.com, January 2012

Five Acts: Chronicles of Dissent

Katherine Rochester, “Five Acts: Chronicles of Dissent,” Artforum.com, Picks, February 16, 2012.

Look, Listen, See

Suzanne E Szucs, “Look, Listen, See,” Afterimage, Vol. 39, No. 5 (Spring 2012), 33-34

Alexandra Domanovic and Sharon Hayes

Catalina Lozano, “Alexandra Domanovic and Sharon Hayes,” Art Agenda, March 2012

Were you talking to me?

Michelle Weidman, “Were you talking to me?” F Newsmagazine, March 2012

Expropriating the Voice|woman (h)as a voice with meaning

Sarah Hardie, “Expropriating the Voice|woman (h)as a voice with meaning,” Line Magazine, April 2012

Sharon Hayes al habla

Bea Espejo, “Sharon Hayes al habla,” El Mundo, 2012

Artist Sharon Hayes Occupies the Whitney

Stacey Goergen, “Artist Sharon Hayes Occupies the Whitney,” Gotham, 2012

Art, The New York Times 2012

Ken Johnson, “Art,” The New York Times, June 2012

Sharon Hayes Says: Listen Closely

Peggy Roalf, “Sharon Hayes Says: Listen Closely,” Design Arts Daily, June 2012

Biopic: Sharon Hayes

“Biopic: Sharon Hayes,” Modern Painters, Vol. 24, No 5, June 2012, 31.

Time for Love: Sharon Hayes at the Whitney

Paul David Young, “Time for Love: Sharon Hayes at the Whitney,” Art in America, June 27, 2012.

Homages an Soapboxes Mix and Mash It Up

Karen Rosenberg, “Homages an Soapboxes Mix and Mash It Up,” New York Times, June 29, 2012, p. C23

Sharon Hayes: There’s So Much I Want to Say to You

Avram Finkelstein, “Sharon Hayes: There’s So Much I Want to Say to You,” Critical Mob, June 2012

Sharon Hayes ‘Escuchar es un acto tan politico como hablar’

Bea Espejo, “Sharon Hayes ‘Escuchar es un acto tan politico como hablar’,” El Cultural, June 2012

Time Out Says

Joseph R. Wolin, “Time Out Says,” Time Out, July 2012

Protest Artist Creates Big Noise At New York’s Whitney

Lance Esplund, “Protest Artist Creates Big Noise At New York’s Whitney,” Bloomberg, July 2012

From New York: There’s So Much I Want to Say to You

Brady Welch, “From New York: There’s So Much I Want to Say to You,” Artpractical, July 2012

Sharon Hayes Occupies the Whitney with her Personal and Passionate Spin on the Politics of Identity

Kyle Chayka, “Sharon Hayes Occupies the Whitney with her Personal and Passionate Spin on the Politics of Identity,” Artpractical, July 2012

Apollo and Mars Converging: 9 Scripts from a Nation at War

Lucy Bowditch, “Apollo and Mars Converging: 9 Scripts from a Nation at War,” Afterimage, Vol. 40, No. 2 (Fall 2012), 26-27

Sharon Hayes – Artforum 2012

Frances Richard, “Sharon Hayes,” Artforum International, October 1, 2012.

Art in America Reviews: Sharon Hayes

David Markus,  Art in America, October 3, 2012.

Archive as Narration

Anne Swartz, ArtPulse Magazine, November 2012.

Good Intentions

Negar Azimi, “Good Intentions,” Frieze, March 2011

Found in Translation

Ian Bourland, “Found in Translation,” Artforum.com, Picks, April 13, 2011.

Fans of Feminism: Re-writing Histories of Second-wave Feminism in Contemporary Art

Catherine Grant, “Fans of Feminism: Re-writing Histories of Second-wave Feminism in Contemporary Art,” Oxford Art Journal, Vol 34, No 2, June, 2011, 265-286.

On a Budget, Tweaking and Provoking

Holland Cotter, “On a Budget, Tweaking and Provoking ,” New York Times, February 26, 2010, p. C21.

Sharon Hayes. Love is just a battle away

Jeff Edwards, “Sharon Hayes. Love is just a battle away,” Artpulse, Summer 2010

Best of 2010

Helen, Molesworth, “Best of 2010,” Artforum International, December 1, 2010.

Artists Put War Into Words at REDCAT

Mike Boehm, “Artists Put War Into Words at REDCAT,” Los Angeles Times, 9 January 2009.

In Praise of Love: The Poetics of Critique

Juli Carson, “In Praise of Love: The Poetics of Critique,” X-Tra 11, no. 2 (Winter 2009)

Group Shows

Bart van der Heide; Michael Stanley,”Group Shows,” Frieze, no. 120 (January-February 2009).

Emerging Artists

Massimiliano Gioni, “Emerging Artists,” Frieze, no. 120 (January-February 2009).

3rd Yokohama Triennial

Jennifer Higgie, “3rd Yokohama Triennial,” Frieze, no. 120 (January-February 2009).

Ours: Democracy in the Age of Branding

Miguel Amado, “Ours: Democracy in the Age of Branding,” Artforum.com, Picks, 24 (January, 2009)

Ours

Jenni Sorkin, “Ours,” Frieze, no. 121 (March 2009)

We Have a Future: An Interview with Sharon Hayes

Julia Bryan Wilson, “We Have a Future: An Interview with Sharon Hayes,” Grey Room, Vol. 37 (Fall 2009), 78-93.

Visualizing Resistance: Ecstatic Resistance at Grand Arts

JaCory Deon, “Visualizing Resistance: Ecstatic Resistance at Grand Arts,” examiner.com, December 11, 2009.

Sharon Hayes, Modern Painters, Dec. 2007

Quinn Latimer, “Sharon Hayes,” Modern Painters, Dec. 2007-Jan. 2008, 92.

Your (Nonpartisan) Message Here

Julie Bloom, “Your (Nonpartisan) Message Here,” New York Times, Sunday August 17, 2008, Art, 20.

With Politics in the Air, a Freedom Free-for-All Comes to Town

Holland Cotter, “With Politics in the Air, a Freedom Free-for-All Comes to Town,” New York Times, September 23, 2008, The Arts 1.

Changing the Subject

Julia Bryan-Wilson, “Changing the Subject,” ARTFORUM, October 2007, 123-4.

You Had to be There

Cathy Lebowitz, “You Had to be There,” Art in America, February 2006, 51.

No Frames, No Brushes, Just a Limitless Flickering Screen

Holland Cotter, “No Frames, No Brushes, Just a Limitless Flickering Screen,” New York Times, Jan. 17, 2006, E5

Sharon Hayes, Artforum, March 2006

Johannah Burton, “Sharon Hayes,” ARTFORUM, March 2006, 294.

Openings

Julia Bryan-Wilson, Openings, “Julia Bryan-Wilson on Sharon Hayes,” ARTFORUM, May 2006, 278-9.

Sharon Hayes, Contemporary 21, 2006

Michael Cohen, “Sharon Hayes,” Contemporary 21, No. 89, 2006

Inside the Lesbian Living Room

Anthony Connolly, “Inside the Lesbian Living Room,” Houston Voice, June 4, 1999, 13.

Lesbians in their Natural Habitat

Julia M. Klein, “Lesbians in their Natural Habitat,” The Philadelphia Inquirer, September 10, 1998, E1.

Performance Artist explores many faces of lesbian life

Kevin Riordan, “Performance Artist explores many faces of lesbian life,” Courier-Post, September 8, 1998, Living Section.

The Grand Tour

Joseph Carman, “The Grand Tour,” New York Blade News, November 6, 1998, Vol. 2, No. 4.

Natural Herstory

Rachel Mattson, “Natural Herstory,” The Village Voice, November 24, 1998.

Sharon Hayes

Laurie Stone, “Sharon Hayes,” Out Magazine, November 1998.

Don’t Fence Her In

Wendy Weiner, “Don’t Fence Her In,” American Theater Magazine, March 1998

Shorthand

Suki John, “Shorthand,” The Village Voice, November 7, 1995.

Visited on Me/Stalling

Henry Baumgartner, “Visited on Me/Stalling,” Dancing on a Line, October 24, 1995.

Poetry and Motion

Alice Naude, “Poetry and Motion,” Manhattan Spirit, Dance Pick, October 26, 1995.