PUBLIC ART PROJECTS

2018 Quotes Project '92, re-presenting of the 1992 project at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE) prior to the 2018 U.S. mid-term elections; projection at the gallery's front entrance, plus postcard distribution throughout the city of Los Angeles

2010/11 Knowledge Is Power, subscription campaign by Malgorzata Romanska for Modern Painters magazine; full- and half-page advertisements in various issues of the magazine, as well as online; 2,500 postcards distributed at art fairs internationally

2008 Philanthropy as Performance Art, corporate sponsorship by Malgorzata Romanska and MRIndustries of Volta; full page advertising in the art fair’s catalog; Basel, Switzerland

2008 Philanthropy as Performance Art: PULSE Prize New York, presentation of the prize for best emerging artist at the PULSE art fair by Malgorzata Romanska and MRIndustries; full-page corporate sponsor advertisement in the fair’s catalog; 1,000 postcards distributed at the fair; New York, U.S.A.

2008 Philanthropy as Performance Art, sponsorship campaign by Malgorzata Romanska and MRIndustries for Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions’ (LACE) Annual Fundraising Auction; full page advertisement in Artillery magazine, May/June issue; 2,500 postcards distributed at various art venues in Los Angeles, U.S.A.

2007/08/10 Philanthropy as Performance Art, corporate sponsorship by Malgorzata Romanska and MRIndustries of Aqua Art Miami; full page advertisements in the art fair’s various catalogs, as well as online presence; Miami, U.S.A.

1996/97 Until I Open My Mouth, visual-commentary campaign focusing on sexism within queer male subculture; ZOO magazine, Paris, France, distributed during the Gay Pride Parade; Gab magazine, Chicago, U.S.A., distributed during Pride Week/International Male Leather Convention

1995 Did They Tell You They Were Lying, by the Way, When They Said that..., mail art project commenting on the commercialization of symbols in popular culture; 2,500 pieces mailed and distributed nationally

1994 Separation of Church and State, visual-commentary campaign challenging prayer in public schools; Babble magazine

1993 Hey Sailor!, visual-commentary campaign aimed at educating the gay community to distinguish between support of lifting the ban on lesbians and gay men in the military and support of the military as an institution; Babble magazine

1992 Day Without Art, visual commentary challenging William Dannemeyer’s attitude toward people with HIV; Gag magazine

1992 Quotes Project, public service ads encouraging artists to participate in the election process; Chicago Artists’ News and P-Form magazine

1992 This Will Not Stand (Can Bush in 92), national campaign evaluating the presidency of George Bush; public service ads in USA Today, Chicago Reader and Windy City Times

1992 It Is Finished, visual commentary on self-censorship from a feminist perspective, P-Form magazine

1992 One of These Things Is Just Like the Others..., 14 x 48 feet outdoor billboard exploring subjects of mass appeal in a patriarchal society; Chicago, U.S.A.

1991 Gender S(e)izing, visual commentary on size and gender; P-Form magazine

1991 Jeff Koons, visual commentary on sexism in contemporary art; P-Form magazine

1991 Rhythm Revisited, mail art project challenging the Catholic Church’s stand on AIDS education; 7,000 pieces mailed and distributed internationally

1991 Persian Gulf War, anti-war campaign; public service ads in Chicago Reader and The Village Voice

1990 George’s & Barbara’s Bush, mail art project challenging the president’s drug war policies; 7,000 pieces mailed and distributed internationally

1990 Freedom of Expression, campaign in response to the NEA’s controversy over Robert Mapplethorpe’s traveling retrospective exhibition; public service ads in Chicago Reader and Windy City Times

PUBLIC PERFORMANCES

2012 Malgorzata Romanska, interactive performance at the Art Los Angeles Contemporary fair; Los Angeles, U.S.A.

2010 Malgorzata Romanska, interactive performances at the Art Basel and Aqua Hotel art fairs; Miami, U.S.A.

2009 Malgorzata Romanska, interactive performance at the Art LA VIP Preview — a benefit for the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA); Los Angeles, U.S.A.

2008 Malgorzata Romanska, interactive performances at the The Armory Show, PULSE and Volta art fairs, as well as at Deitch Projects; New York, U.S.A.

2007/08 Malgorzata Romanska, interactive performances at the Art Basel, Aqua Hotel, Aqua Wynwood, PULSE, NADA and Photo Miami art fairs; Miami, U.S.A.

2007 Malgorzata Romanska, interactive performances at the Preview and Art Forum art fairs, Berlin, Germany; Frieze, PULSE, Year 07 and Zoo art fairs, London, United Kingdom

2007 Malgorzata Romanska, interactive performance at the Fresh fundraising auction; Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Los Angeles, U.S.A.

2005/06/07/08 Malgorzata Romanska, interactive performances at the Annual Fundraising Auction; Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE), Los Angeles, U.S.A.

1997 MCA Summer Solstice Ritual, performance as the radical faeries; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, U.S.A.

1997 Faerie Frolics, ambient performance events about gender; Hyde Park Art Center, Unicorn Club, Big Chicks, Chicago, U.S.A.

1997 Faeries to the Rescue, performance art mini-circus — a benefit for Randolph Street Gallery; Chicago, U.S.A.

1997 She (her/hers), performance campaign challenging sexism; The Lucky Platter, Big Chicks, Chicago, U.S.A.

1996/97 F, ritualistic performance/installation about identity; Terschelling, The Netherlands; Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago, U.S.A.

1996/97 Housewife/Working Mother/Gender Warrior, business-card/guerrilla performances dealing with queer gender politics; Chicago, U.S.A., London, UK, and Amsterdam, Netherlands

1996 GenderFuck Aerobics, Circus Nervosa — a benefit for P-Form magazine; Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago, U.S.A.

1996 A Broad Abroad, stage performances focusing on gender and political correctness; Circus Nervosa — Randolph Street Gallery, Night of 1,000 Chakas — Crobar, Chicago, U.S.A.

1996 Chief Curator, business-card/guerrilla performance about gender and curatorial power; Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, U.S.A.

1995 D is for Diva, visual performances about gender; Kozuch Gallery, Chicago, U.S.A.

1993 Hey Sailor!, distribution of propaganda materials by a group of fifteen persons, clad in military gear; Gay Pride Parade, Chicago, U.S.A. (continuation of the aforementioned visual campaign)

1992 This Will Not Stand (Can Bush in 92), broccoli-serving extravaganza, Perfectly Haunted Circus — a benefit for P-Form magazine; Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago, U.S.A. (continuation of the aforementioned visual campaign)

1991 Virtual America, spam-carving contest, Virtual Circus — a benefit for P-Form magazine; Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago, U.S.A.

TEXTS & ESSAYS

2010 East, West and the Restless, as Malgorzata Romanska; Artillery magazine, July/August issue, as well as online, photos

2010 Revelry Revisited, a two-part travelogue; Artillery magazine online, January/February issue, photos

1996 A Broad Abroad; Gab magazine, issue no. 25, photos

1995 Partner, I’m Home; Babble magazine, issue no. 3, photo

1994 A Story from the Edge; Whitewalls magazine, “A Wretch Like Me” Fall/Winter issue, photo

EXHIBITIONS & AUCTIONS

2018 Quotes Project '92, re-presenting of the 1992 project at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE) prior to the 2018 U.S. mid-term elections, October 12 – November 6

1994 Bookmarks 3, fundraising auction for Whitewalls magazine; NIU Gallery, Chicago, U.S.A.

1994 Eternity, Obsession, Escape, exhibition exploring religious symbols in popular culture; Kozuch Gallery, Chicago, U.S.A.

1994 Transforming Our World, Ourselves, Peace by Peace, fundraising auction for The Peace Museum; Chicago, U.S.A.

1994 A Blue Note Valentine, fundraising auction for N.A.M.E. Gallery; Chicago, U.S.A.

1993/94 Real Small (Little Things), traveling exhibition curated by Hamza Walker; Art In General, New York; Delta Axis Contemporary Art Center, Memphis; Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago, U.S.A.

1993/94 Us. Now. Why?, exhibition in conjunction with Day Without Art; Kozuch Gallery, Chicago, U.S.A.

1993 Bi-State Annual Exhibition; Davenport Museum of Art, Iowa, U.S.A.

1993 Work in Progress in All Dimensions; Kozuch Gallery, Chicago, U.S.A.

1993 New Art ’93, fundraising auction for the Museum of Contemporary Art; Chicago, U.S.A.

1992 Post-Election Exhibition & Auction; The Peace Museum, Chicago, U.S.A.

1992 Re-Imagining America, forum exhibition on democracy; Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago, U.S.A.

1992 Photo Mail-Art ‘92; New Image Gallery, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia, U.S.A.

1992 Second Annual Queer Art Exhibition; Beret International Gallery, Chicago, U.S.A.

1991 Linda (out of context), retrospective installation; A. Montgomery Ward Gallery, University of Illinois at Chicago, U.S.A.

1991 A Response to War; Artemisia Gallery, Chicago, U.S.A.

MUSEUM COLLECTIONS

Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) Kulov 90/00: A Decade of Transformation; 2001, limited edition of 12 + 3AP, artist’s book collection (AP01), Chicago, U.S.A.

Stedelijk Museum Kulov 90/00: A Decade of Transformation; 2001, limited edition of 12 + 3AP, artist’s book collection (AP02), Amsterdam, Netherlands

GRANTS & FELLOWSHIPS

1995 Artist Fellowship; The Art Matters Foundation, New York

1994 Visual Arts Fellowship; Illinois Arts Council

1994 Regional Artists Program (RAP) Grant; National Endowment for the Arts/The Rockefeller Foundation/The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts/Randolph Street Gallery

1993 Community Art Assistance Program (CAAP) Grant; Department of Cultural Affairs, Chicago

1992 Artist Fellowship; The Art Matters Foundation, New York

1991 New Forms Regional Grant; National Endowment for the Arts/The Rockefeller Foundation/Randolph Street Gallery

BIBLIOGRAPHY

2018 LA Weekly, Kulov’s New Book Celebrates 25 Years of Progressive Agitprop by Shana Nys Dambrot; November 9, photos

2008 Art Info, Miami Roundup; December 29, photos

2008 Miami Art Zine, Art Basel Miami Beach; December 3, photo

2008 Edelweiss, C’est trop de la Bâle by Sophie Iselin, coverage of the art fairs in Basel, Switzerland; July 5, photo

2008 Hollywood Today, LACE 30th Anniversary a Milestone in Women’s Performance Art by Karen Ostlund; May 23

2008 Artipedia Art News, PULSE New York Wrap Up; April 15

2008 E-Flux, PULSE New York; April 14

2008 Artforum, Show and Tell, “perhaps the best performance art piece in a decade... if it is one;” March 31

2008 AWOL (Art Without Limits), Check My PULSE in a Couple of Hours by Ezrha Jean Black; March 30

2008 Art Review, New York Art Fairs, March 27, photo

2007 Le Mag: Art & You, Best of Frieze by Raina Lampkins-Fielder, December 15, photo

2006 abLA, Malgorzata Romanska in LA by Caryn Coleman; June 22, photos

1999 Art Matters: How The Culture Wars Changed America, (New York University Press); grant recipient mention, photo of Separation of Church and State campaign, page 267

1995 New City, article on the Did They Tell You They Were Lying, by the Way, When... project; April 20 issue, photo

1994 NCFE Bulletin, write-up on the Separation of Church and State campaign; Free Expression Briefs, Fall94/Winter95 issue

1994 New Art Examiner, review of Eternity, Obsession, Escape; Summer issue

1993 Crain’s Chicago Business, follow up on the Can Bush in 92 campaign with a coverage of the lawsuit threat by Bush Brothers & Co., a Tennessee-based manufacturer of canned goods; January 4 – 10 issue

1992 Project X, feature article; issue no. 23, photos

1992 Chicago Artists’ News, coverage of the Can Bush in 92 campaign; December issue, photo

1992 Chicago Reader, mention in the review of MCA’s Art at the Armory; October 9 issue

1992 Art Muscle, review of the Can Bush in 92 campaign; October/November issue, photo

1992 Dialogue, Can Bush in 92 to the editors; September/October issue, photo

1992 New City, feature article; September 16 issue, photo

1992 Crain’s Chicago Business, coverage of the Can Bush in 92 campaign; August 31 – September 6 issue, photo

1992 Windy City Times, coverage of the Can Bush in 92 campaign; August 27 issue, photo

1992 High Performance, coverage of the outdoor billboard project; Summer/Fall issue, photo

1992 The Progressive, coverage of the outdoor billboard project; July issue, photo

1992 Chicago Artists’ News, coverage of the outdoor billboard project; June issue, photo

1992 WBEZ-Chicago Public Radio, interview focusing on the outdoor billboard project; Artistic License, May 23 show

1992 Windy City Times, coverage of the outdoor billboard project; May 14 issue, photo

1992 Chicago Tribune, coverage of the outdoor billboard project; April 29 issue, photo

1992 The Advocate, feature in Dossier; January 14 issue, photo

1991 Windy City Times, feature article on Linda (out of context); September 5 issue, photos

BLOG SECTIONS

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PUBLIC ART PROJECTS

2018 Quotes Project '92, re-presenting of the 1992 project at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE) prior to the 2018 U.S. mid-term elections; projection at the gallery's front entrance, plus postcard distribution throughout the city of Los Angeles

2010/11 Knowledge Is Power, subscription campaign by Malgorzata Romanska for Modern Painters magazine; full- and half-page advertisements in various issues of the magazine, as well as online; 2,500 postcards distributed at art fairs internationally

2008 Philanthropy as Performance Art, corporate sponsorship by Malgorzata Romanska and MRIndustries of Volta; full page advertising in the art fair’s catalog; Basel, Switzerland

2008 Philanthropy as Performance Art: PULSE Prize New York, presentation of the prize for best emerging artist at the PULSE art fair by Malgorzata Romanska and MRIndustries; full-page corporate sponsor advertisement in the fair’s catalog; 1,000 postcards distributed at the fair; New York, U.S.A.

2008 Philanthropy as Performance Art, sponsorship campaign by Malgorzata Romanska and MRIndustries for Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions’ (LACE) Annual Fundraising Auction; full page advertisement in Artillery magazine, May/June issue; 2,500 postcards distributed at various art venues in Los Angeles, U.S.A.

2007/08/10 Philanthropy as Performance Art, corporate sponsorship by Malgorzata Romanska and MRIndustries of Aqua Art Miami; full page advertisements in the art fair’s various catalogs, as well as online presence; Miami, U.S.A.

1996/97 Until I Open My Mouth, visual-commentary campaign focusing on sexism within queer male subculture; ZOO magazine, Paris, France, distributed during the Gay Pride Parade; Gab magazine, Chicago, U.S.A., distributed during Pride Week/International Male Leather Convention

1995 Did They Tell You They Were Lying, by the Way, When They Said that..., mail art project commenting on the commercialization of symbols in popular culture; 2,500 pieces mailed and distributed nationally

1994 Separation of Church and State, visual-commentary campaign challenging prayer in public schools; Babble magazine

1993 Hey Sailor!, visual-commentary campaign aimed at educating the gay community to distinguish between support of lifting the ban on lesbians and gay men in the military and support of the military as an institution; Babble magazine

1992 Day Without Art, visual commentary challenging William Dannemeyer’s attitude toward people with HIV; Gag magazine

1992 Quotes Project, public service ads encouraging artists to participate in the election process; Chicago Artists’ News and P-Form magazine

1992 This Will Not Stand (Can Bush in 92), national campaign evaluating the presidency of George Bush; public service ads in USA Today, Chicago Reader and Windy City Times

1992 It Is Finished, visual commentary on self-censorship from a feminist perspective, P-Form magazine

1992 One of These Things Is Just Like the Others..., 14 x 48 feet outdoor billboard exploring subjects of mass appeal in a patriarchal society; Chicago, U.S.A.

1991 Gender S(e)izing, visual commentary on size and gender; P-Form magazine

1991 Jeff Koons, visual commentary on sexism in contemporary art; P-Form magazine

1991 Rhythm Revisited, mail art project challenging the Catholic Church’s stand on AIDS education; 7,000 pieces mailed and distributed internationally

1991 Persian Gulf War, anti-war campaign; public service ads in Chicago Reader and The Village Voice

1990 George’s & Barbara’s Bush, mail art project challenging the president’s drug war policies; 7,000 pieces mailed and distributed internationally

1990 Freedom of Expression, campaign in response to the NEA’s controversy over Robert Mapplethorpe’s traveling retrospective exhibition; public service ads in Chicago Reader and Windy City Times

PUBLIC PERFORMANCES

2012 Malgorzata Romanska, interactive performance at the Art Los Angeles Contemporary fair; Los Angeles, U.S.A.

2010 Malgorzata Romanska, interactive performances at the Art Basel and Aqua Hotel art fairs; Miami, U.S.A.

2009 Malgorzata Romanska, interactive performance at the Art LA VIP Preview — a benefit for the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA); Los Angeles, U.S.A.

2008 Malgorzata Romanska, interactive performances at the The Armory Show, PULSE and Volta art fairs, as well as at Deitch Projects; New York, U.S.A.

2007/08 Malgorzata Romanska, interactive performances at the Art Basel, Aqua Hotel, Aqua Wynwood, PULSE, NADA and Photo Miami art fairs; Miami, U.S.A.

2007 Malgorzata Romanska, interactive performances at the Preview and Art Forum art fairs, Berlin, Germany; Frieze, PULSE, Year 07 and Zoo art fairs, London, United Kingdom

2007 Malgorzata Romanska, interactive performance at the Fresh fundraising auction; Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Los Angeles, U.S.A.

2005/06/07/08 Malgorzata Romanska, interactive performances at the Annual Fundraising Auction; Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE), Los Angeles, U.S.A.

1997 MCA Summer Solstice Ritual, performance as the radical faeries; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, U.S.A.

1997 Faerie Frolics, ambient performance events about gender; Hyde Park Art Center, Unicorn Club, Big Chicks, Chicago, U.S.A.

1997 Faeries to the Rescue, performance art mini-circus — a benefit for Randolph Street Gallery; Chicago, U.S.A.

1997 She (her/hers), performance campaign challenging sexism; The Lucky Platter, Big Chicks, Chicago, U.S.A.

1996/97 F, ritualistic performance/installation about identity; Terschelling, The Netherlands; Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago, U.S.A.

1996/97 Housewife/Working Mother/Gender Warrior, business-card/guerrilla performances dealing with queer gender politics; Chicago, U.S.A., London, UK, and Amsterdam, Netherlands

1996 GenderFuck Aerobics, Circus Nervosa — a benefit for P-Form magazine; Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago, U.S.A.

1996 A Broad Abroad, stage performances focusing on gender and political correctness; Circus Nervosa — Randolph Street Gallery, Night of 1,000 Chakas — Crobar, Chicago, U.S.A.

1996 Chief Curator, business-card/guerrilla performance about gender and curatorial power; Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, U.S.A.

1995 D is for Diva, visual performances about gender; Kozuch Gallery, Chicago, U.S.A.

1993 Hey Sailor!, distribution of propaganda materials by a group of fifteen persons, clad in military gear; Gay Pride Parade, Chicago, U.S.A. (continuation of the aforementioned visual campaign)

1992 This Will Not Stand (Can Bush in 92), broccoli-serving extravaganza, Perfectly Haunted Circus — a benefit for P-Form magazine; Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago, U.S.A. (continuation of the aforementioned visual campaign)

1991 Virtual America, spam-carving contest, Virtual Circus — a benefit for P-Form magazine; Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago, U.S.A.

TEXTS & ESSAYS

2010 East, West and the Restless, as Malgorzata Romanska; Artillery magazine, July/August issue, as well as online, photos

2010 Revelry Revisited, a two-part travelogue; Artillery magazine online, January/February issue, photos

1996 A Broad Abroad; Gab magazine, issue no. 25, photos

1995 Partner, I’m Home; Babble magazine, issue no. 3, photo

1994 A Story from the Edge; Whitewalls magazine, “A Wretch Like Me” Fall/Winter issue, photo

EXHIBITIONS & AUCTIONS

2018 Quotes Project '92, re-presenting of the 1992 project at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE) prior to the 2018 U.S. mid-term elections, October 12 – November 6

1994 Bookmarks 3, fundraising auction for Whitewalls magazine; NIU Gallery, Chicago, U.S.A.

1994 Eternity, Obsession, Escape, exhibition exploring religious symbols in popular culture; Kozuch Gallery, Chicago, U.S.A.

1994 Transforming Our World, Ourselves, Peace by Peace, fundraising auction for The Peace Museum; Chicago, U.S.A.

1994 A Blue Note Valentine, fundraising auction for N.A.M.E. Gallery; Chicago, U.S.A.

1993/94 Real Small (Little Things), traveling exhibition curated by Hamza Walker; Art In General, New York; Delta Axis Contemporary Art Center, Memphis; Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago, U.S.A.

1993/94 Us. Now. Why?, exhibition in conjunction with Day Without Art; Kozuch Gallery, Chicago, U.S.A.

1993 Bi-State Annual Exhibition; Davenport Museum of Art, Iowa, U.S.A.

1993 Work in Progress in All Dimensions; Kozuch Gallery, Chicago, U.S.A.

1993 New Art ’93, fundraising auction for the Museum of Contemporary Art; Chicago, U.S.A.

1992 Post-Election Exhibition & Auction; The Peace Museum, Chicago, U.S.A.

1992 Re-Imagining America, forum exhibition on democracy; Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago, U.S.A.

1992 Photo Mail-Art ‘92; New Image Gallery, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia, U.S.A.

1992 Second Annual Queer Art Exhibition; Beret International Gallery, Chicago, U.S.A.

1991 Linda (out of context), retrospective installation; A. Montgomery Ward Gallery, University of Illinois at Chicago, U.S.A.

1991 A Response to War; Artemisia Gallery, Chicago, U.S.A.

MUSEUM COLLECTIONS

Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) Kulov 90/00: A Decade of Transformation; 2001, limited edition of 12 + 3AP, artist’s book collection (AP01), Chicago, U.S.A.

Stedelijk Museum Kulov 90/00: A Decade of Transformation; 2001, limited edition of 12 + 3AP, artist’s book collection (AP02), Amsterdam, Netherlands

GRANTS & FELLOWSHIPS

1995 Artist Fellowship; The Art Matters Foundation, New York

1994 Visual Arts Fellowship; Illinois Arts Council

1994 Regional Artists Program (RAP) Grant; National Endowment for the Arts/The Rockefeller Foundation/The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts/Randolph Street Gallery

1993 Community Art Assistance Program (CAAP) Grant; Department of Cultural Affairs, Chicago

1992 Artist Fellowship; The Art Matters Foundation, New York

1991 New Forms Regional Grant; National Endowment for the Arts/The Rockefeller Foundation/Randolph Street Gallery

BIBLIOGRAPHY

2018 LA Weekly, Kulov’s New Book Celebrates 25 Years of Progressive Agitprop by Shana Nys Dambrot; November 9, photos

2008 Art Info, Miami Roundup; December 29, photos

2008 Miami Art Zine, Art Basel Miami Beach; December 3, photo

2008 Edelweiss, C’est trop de la Bâle by Sophie Iselin, coverage of the art fairs in Basel, Switzerland; July 5, photo

2008 Hollywood Today, LACE 30th Anniversary a Milestone in Women’s Performance Art by Karen Ostlund; May 23

2008 Artipedia Art News, PULSE New York Wrap Up; April 15

2008 E-Flux, PULSE New York; April 14

2008 Artforum, Show and Tell, “perhaps the best performance art piece in a decade... if it is one;” March 31

2008 AWOL (Art Without Limits), Check My PULSE in a Couple of Hours by Ezrha Jean Black; March 30

2008 Art Review, New York Art Fairs, March 27, photo

2007 Le Mag: Art & You, Best of Frieze by Raina Lampkins-Fielder, December 15, photo

2006 abLA, Malgorzata Romanska in LA by Caryn Coleman; June 22, photos

1999 Art Matters: How The Culture Wars Changed America, (New York University Press); grant recipient mention, photo of Separation of Church and State campaign, page 267

1995 New City, article on the Did They Tell You They Were Lying, by the Way, When... project; April 20 issue, photo

1994 NCFE Bulletin, write-up on the Separation of Church and State campaign; Free Expression Briefs, Fall94/Winter95 issue

1994 New Art Examiner, review of Eternity, Obsession, Escape; Summer issue

1993 Crain’s Chicago Business, follow up on the Can Bush in 92 campaign with a coverage of the lawsuit threat by Bush Brothers & Co., a Tennessee-based manufacturer of canned goods; January 4 – 10 issue

1992 Project X, feature article; issue no. 23, photos

1992 Chicago Artists’ News, coverage of the Can Bush in 92 campaign; December issue, photo

1992 Chicago Reader, mention in the review of MCA’s Art at the Armory; October 9 issue

1992 Art Muscle, review of the Can Bush in 92 campaign; October/November issue, photo

1992 Dialogue, Can Bush in 92 to the editors; September/October issue, photo

1992 New City, feature article; September 16 issue, photo

1992 Crain’s Chicago Business, coverage of the Can Bush in 92 campaign; August 31 – September 6 issue, photo

1992 Windy City Times, coverage of the Can Bush in 92 campaign; August 27 issue, photo

1992 High Performance, coverage of the outdoor billboard project; Summer/Fall issue, photo

1992 The Progressive, coverage of the outdoor billboard project; July issue, photo

1992 Chicago Artists’ News, coverage of the outdoor billboard project; June issue, photo

1992 WBEZ-Chicago Public Radio, interview focusing on the outdoor billboard project; Artistic License, May 23 show

1992 Windy City Times, coverage of the outdoor billboard project; May 14 issue, photo

1992 Chicago Tribune, coverage of the outdoor billboard project; April 29 issue, photo

1992 The Advocate, feature in Dossier; January 14 issue, photo

1991 Windy City Times, feature article on Linda (out of context); September 5 issue, photos

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