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"After OWS: Social Practice Art, Abstraction, and the Limits of the Social" by Gregory Sholette

"The Invention of Clumsiness" by Alexi Worth
Cabinet - Issue 54, The Accident Summer
(Summer 2014)

"Fade to Black: Mike Kelley" by Howard Singerman
X-TRA Contemporary Art Quarterly - Vol. 16, No. 4
(Summer 2014)

"The Naysayers" by Alex Ross
The New Yorker - A Critic at Large
(September 15, 2014)

"Jeff Koons: the larger-than-life-artist and showman we deserve?" by Tom Huhn
Cassone: The Internation Online Magazine of Art and Art Books
(August, 2014)

"What's the problem with critical art?" by Hal Foster
London Review of Books - Vol. 35, No. 19
(October, 2013)

"Notes from the Field: Mimesis" by Tom Huhn
The Art Bulletin - Vol. 95, No. 2
(June, 2013)

"Just Don't Think About It" by Benjamin Kunkel
London Review of Books - Vol. 35, No. 15
(September, 2012)

"Obama's Battalion's: The Last White Election?" by Mike Davis
New Left Review - Jan/Feb 2013, No. 79
(September, 2012)

"Wood Engravings, the 'Marvelous Spread of Illustrated Publications,' and the History of Art" by Amy M. Von Lintel
Modernism/Modernity - Vol. 19, No. 3
(September, 2012)

"Light Entertainment" by Andrew O'Hagan
London Review of Books - Vol. 34, No. 21
(8 November, 2012)

"Imagination: Powers and Perils" by Mark Edmunson
Raritan - Vol. 32, No. 2
(8 November, 2012)

"In Defense of Marxism" by Milton Frisk
Radical Philosophy Review - Vol. 15, No. 1

"Amerika Journey" by Wolfgang Koeppen (trans. Michael Kimmage)
Raritan - Vol. 31, No. 4
(Spring, 2012)

"The Deep Ludicrousness of Lyric": The Poet in TJ Clark by Ellen Levy
Genre - Vol. 45, No. 1
(Spring, 2012)

For a Left With No Future by TJ Clark
New Left Review - March/April 2012
(July, 2012)

Freedom and Art by Charles Rosen
The New York Review of Books - May 10, 2012
(July, 2012)

Neo-Modern by David Geers
October, Winter 2012
(June, 2012)

Marx at 193 by John Lanchester
London Review of Books, Vol. 34 No. 7
(May, 2012)

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