Essays

Edward S. Curtis: Visualizing the ‘Vanishing Race.’

Edward S. Curtis: Visualizing the ‘Vanishing Race.’

Ken Gonzales-Day, Performing Archive: Ed. by Jacqueline Wernimont, David J. Kim, Amy Borsuk, et al., SCALAR, University of Southern California, 2013

Lynchings in the West, Erased from History and Photos.

Marice Berger, Lens, New York Times, Dec. 6 2012

Empire’s Verticality: The Af/Pak Frontier, Visual Culture, and Racialization from Above

Keith P. Feldman., Comparative American Studies, Vol. 9, No. 4, Dec. 2011

Fragments from the Profiled Series.

Fragments from the Profiled Series.

Ken Gonzales-Day, X-TRA Contemporary Art Quarterly, Sept. 2011.

Every Little Move.

Avram Finkelstein, PRIDE X, Gay Pride Festival, Jun. 16, 2011

Ken Gonzales-Day in COLA 2011

Ken Gonzales-Day in COLA 2011

Vanessa Place, COLA 2011, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, spring 2011

Silent Witness: Violence and Representation.

Silent Witness: Violence and Representation.

Shane Anderson, Crystal Campbell, Tania Jabour, Diana McClure, Omar Pimienta and Steve Ruiz, Pros*, Issue 1, University of California, 2011

In the Studio: Ken Gonzales-Day.

In the Studio: Ken Gonzales-Day.

Holly Meyers, Los Angeles Times, Feb. 13, 2011

Messerschmidt’s Artistic Reception at the Two Fins-de-Siècle.

Antonia Broström, Franz Xaver Messerschmidt 1736-1783, Louvre Editions, 2010

The Presence of Los Angeles: Prescription and Prediction.

Nizan Shaked. How Many Billboards, MAK Center, 2010

How Many Billboards: Art in Stead.

Kimberli Meyer, MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Feb. 5, 2010

Digital Art

Thames & Hudson, 2008, London.

Ken Gonzales-Day’s Lynching in the West

Ken Gonzales-Day’s Lynching in the West

Juli Carson, CUE Art Foundation, Sept. 7, 2006


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