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“Run for it: Art installation puts you in the presidential race,” the Brooklyn Paper on Of the people, on view at Smack Mellon

“Artists hijack Trump campaign bus for Dumbo exhibit,” Brooklyn Paper on the T.RUMP bus at Smack Mellon

Les Femmes Folles interviews artist Cynthia Karasek about her solo show “Woman Living in Her Kitchen Floor” at AIR Gallery

“A Comic Book Character Seeks Sexual Empowerment in Postwar Italy,” Hyperallergic on Guido Crepax: Valentina e Amici at Scott Eder Gallery

“The Relics of Victorian Natural History in Eye-Popping Stereoscope,” Hyperallergic on Jim Naughten: Animal Kingdom at KLOMPCHING GALLERY

“Jane Swavely: Admiration for the jungle,” Two Coats of Paint reviews Jane Swavely: Espial at A.I.R. Gallery

Jim Naughten: Animal Kingdom at Klompching Gallery in AI-AP

“Curator Alexis Heller on the Nuances of Identity Construction,” [SIGNAL] at Smack Mellon in Posture Magazine

“Tune In, Turn On, Drop Out: Beyond the Gender Binary at ‘Signal’,” Filthy Dreams reviews [SIGNAL] at Smack Mellon

“(SIGNAL) Challenges the Gender Binary,” the Advocate covers [SIGNAL] at Smack Mellon