I’m a writer and art historian living in New York City. My fiction has appeared in Conjunctions, where it was nominated for the PEN/Robert J. Dau Short Story Prize for Emerging Writers. My nonfiction has appeared in The Guardian and my art criticism appears regularly in magazines, monographs, and exhibition catalogs. In 2017, I earned a Ph.D. from Yale in the history of art.

I’m a writer and art historian living in New York City. My fiction has appeared in Conjunctions, where it was nominated for the PEN/Robert J. Dau Short Story Prize for Emerging Writers. My nonfiction has appeared in The Guardian and my art criticism appears regularly in magazines, monographs, and exhibition catalogs. In 2017, I earned a Ph.D. from Yale in the history of art.

fiction

Conjunctions

Goodbye, Mister Starfish

[Nomination: PEN/Robert J. Dau Short Story Prize for Emerging Writers]

 

features ~ essays ~ criticism

The Guardian

As an OxyContin junkie at Yale, I saw how my addiction helped fund the university

Unrealisms (Rizzoli: New York, forthcoming)

Nicolas Party and the Wrong Figure

Jeremy Moon (Prestel: New York, forthcoming)

Off the Grid: The Painted Planes of Jeremy Moon

Revolt, We Said (Dancing Foxes Press/Portland Institute of Contemporary Art: New York, forthcoming)

Upon Seeing Constellation: Carrie Stettheimer

Virginia Jaramillo (Hales Gallery: New York, forthcoming)

Painting at the Margins: Virginia Jaramillo’s Foundations

Affidavit

Meeting Gabriel

The Los Angeles Review of Books

In Search of Lost Words: The Work of Sky Hopinka

Coming Home: Modernism and the Shchukin Collection

Even Magazine

Habeas Corpus, or Notes on Egon Schiele

The Stettheimer Set

BOMB Magazine

The Photography of Janice Guy

Allen Ginsberg Takes the Mound

Studio Visit: Margaux Ogden

Songs for Sabotage: The 2018 New Museum Triennial

Form of History: An Interview with Andrea Geyer

Looking Back on 2017: Film & Television

Alvaro Barrington at MoMA PS1

Chimera: Vaginal Davis & Louise Nevelson

Burlington Magazine

Florine Stettheimer: Painting Poetry

The Rockwell Kent Review

The Maritime Masculine

Florine Stettheimer (Munich: Hirmer, 2014)

The Stettheimer Salon

 

refereed articles

Word & Image

Illuminated Critique: The Kent Moby-Dick

Apricota

Inuit Encounters: The Going-Native of Rockwell Kent and the Shaming of Leni Riefenstahl

fiction

Conjunctions

Goodbye, Mister Starfish

[Nomination: PEN/Robert J. Dau Short Story Prize for Emerging Writers]

features ~ essays ~ criticism

The Guardian

As an OxyContin junkie at Yale, I saw how my addiction helped fund the university

Unrealisms (Rizzoli: New York, forthcoming)

Nicolas Party and the Wrong Figure

Jeremy Moon (Prestel: New York, forthcoming)

Off the Grid: The Painted Planes of Jeremy Moon

Revolt, We Said (Dancing Foxes Press/Portland Institute of Contemporary Art: New York, forthcoming)

Upon Seeing Constellation: Carrie Stettheimer

Virginia Jaramillo (Hales Gallery: New York, forthcoming)

Painting at the Margins: Virginia Jaramillo’s Foundations

Affidavit

Meeting Gabriel

The Los Angeles Review of Books

In Search of Lost Words: The Work of Sky Hopinka

Coming Home: Modernism and the Shchukin Collection

Even Magazine

Habeas Corpus, or Notes on Egon Schiele

The Stettheimer Set

BOMB Magazine

Studio Visit: Margaux Ogden

Songs for Sabotage: The 2018 New Museum Triennial

Form of History: An Interview with Andrea Geyer

Looking Back on 2017: Film & Television

Alvaro Barrington at MoMA PS1

Chimera: Vaginal Davis & Louise Nevelson

Burlington Magazine

Florine Stettheimer: Painting Poetry

The Rockwell Kent Review

The Maritime Masculine

Florine Stettheimer (Munich: Hirmer, 2014)

The Stettheimer Salon

refereed articles

Word & Image

Illuminated Critique: The Kent Moby-Dick

Apricota

Inuit Encounters: The Going-Native of Rockwell Kent and the Shaming of Leni Riefenstahl

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