“I of the Storm: The Art of Leidy Churchman.” Artforum, October 2019, pp. 150-160  pdf

Three essays printed on posters for the exhibition “Laëtitia Badaut Haussmann: WATER,” as part of “Season Two: Follow the Mud,” Beeler Gallery, Columbus College of Art and Design, October 2019  link

Archipelago: Five ‘user’s guides’ written to accompany artist Chris Domenick’s Archipelago project for the Socrates Annual 2019, Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, NY, October 5, 2019 – March 8, 2020  link

“Interview with T.J. Clark” (with Daniel Spaulding). Selva: A Journal of the History of Art, April 2019  link

“Weapons of the Weak.” In Nicole Eisenman: Dark Light. Vienna: Secession Books, 2017. n.p. pdf

Excerpts from a lecture at PS1 published in Speculations (The Future is _____). New York: Triple Canopy, 2015, pp. 82-83, 101-103, 207-208, 227  link

“Facial Turn: An Interview with Heather Leigh McPherson.” In Heather Leigh McPherson: A Platform for Traits. Providence, RI: PC Galleries at Providence College, 2015  link

“The Quick and the Slow.” In Katharina Grosse: psychylustro, ed. Elizabeth Thomas. Cologne: Walther König, 2014, pp. 81-89 pdf

“Fernand Léger: Objects, Abstraction, and the Aesthetics of Mud.” In Nothing But the Clouds Unchanged: Artists in World War I, eds. Gordon Hughes and Philipp Blom. Los Angeles: The Getty Research Institute, 2014, pp. 54-61 pdf

“No Alternatives, One Imperative.” The Brooklyn Rail [online], February 2013  link

“Face Effects.” In Amy Sillman, ed. Helen Molesworth. Boston: Institute for Contemporary Art, 2013, pp. 118-125 pdf

“A Public Museum.” SFMoMA Open Space [online], December 6, 2012  link

Response to Questionnaire on Occupy Wall Street (with Jaleh Mansoor and Daniel Spaulding). October no. 142, Fall 2012, pp. 48-50  pdf

“Notes on Selma James at Occupy Philadelphia, March 7-8, 2012.” n+1 Occupy! Gazette, no. 4, April 2012, pp. 22-24  pdf

“From Occupation to Communization.” n+1 Occupy! Gazette, no. 3, February 2012, pp. 30-31  pdf

“Eyes in the Heat: Figuration in Jean Dubuffet, Cathy Wilkes, and Josh Smith.” Artforum, Summer 2011, pp. 366- 375  pdf

“Elegant Obstinacy/Meaningless Work” (with Erica Levin). In We Have as Much Time as it Takes, Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, 2010, pp. 21-28

Contributions to Appropriation: A Very Short Introduction, ed. Ann Lee (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009) link

“Guernica: Arrest and Emergency.” In Picasso Harlequin, 1917-1937, ed. Yve-Alain Bois. Milan: Skira, 2008, pp. 101- 112   pdf