Christina Quarles (b. 1985) is a Los Angeles-based artist, whose practice works to dismantle and question assumptions and ingrained beliefs surrounding identity and the human figure. Born in Chicago and raised by her mother in Los Angeles, Quarles took art classes from an early age. She developed a solid foundation for a lifelong drawing practice through after- school programs and figure drawing classes at the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts.
In 2007, Quarles graduated from Hampshire College with dual BA degrees in Philosophy and Studio Art, then trained and worked in the field of graphic design. As her immersion in drawing progressed, she became well versed in and heavily influenced by the imagery and painterly processes of art historical masters Egon Schiele, Frida Kahlo, David Hockney, and Philip Guston. Seeking a vehicle for expressing feelings and experiences language alone cannot capture, Quarles went on to attend Yale University, where she received her MFA in 2016. She studied at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture that same year.
Even in her earliest works, Quarles honed in on the bodily experience as her subject, beginning an artistic engagement with the contradictions inherent in one’s own complex, nuanced identity. At Yale, she worked on paper with gestural line making, later translating these forms onto large canvases that allowed her to make broader compositions. These early canvases regularly included written phrases, puns, and patterns that played with ambiguity and manipulated space, simultaneously anchoring and displacing figures. A defined plane with flowers could be a field or blanket, a sky-blue gradient could represent natural light or the flat surface of a desktop computer, as in ‘Let Us In Too (Tha Light)’ (2018).
In her current work, Quarles has moved text from the paintings themselves and into her titles, further winnowing out a predetermined visual narrative. These titles are inspired by overheard phrases, such as in the installation ‘Forced Perspective (And I Kno It’s Rigged, But It’s tha Only Game in Town)’ (2018), a highlight of the Hammer Museum’s ‘Made in L.A.’ exhibition. In that large-scale work, Quarles combined trompe l’oeil floral wallpaper and raw canvas with inscribed poetry and song lyric quotes, to suggest the illusory boundaries that define the self and our often limited interpretations of it.
As her practice has developed, Quarles has engaged in more overtly political subject matter. In 2018, she began work on ‘Casually Cruel’ (2018), heavily influenced by the situation at the US/Mexican border where families were subject to brutal separation. In this painting, two figures are enclosed by a blue plane covered with swirling green lines in a scene sandwiched between stretches of raw canvas. A third figure appears in the blue and green plane, its legs and limbs both trapped and separated from the others.
In terms of technique, Quarles’ avid experimentation and focus on transfiguring the material terrain of the canvas, connects her with such predecessors as late American artist Jack Whitten. Approaching the canvas with no predetermined composition, Quarles begins making marks that evolve into line drawings of human forms and body parts. She then photographs the work and uses Adobe Illustrator to draw the backgrounds and structures that ultimately surround the figures. In a reversal of the typical layering of a composition, Quarles’ figures precede and even dictate the environment that they come to inhabit. Once the composition is created digitally, she paints it onto the canvas, using stencils created by hand or by a vinyl plotter as a guide. Intersecting color, texture, and layers, the resulting works are more akin to relief sculpture than conventional painting – a material outcome that further underscores Quarles’ themes of embodiment and experience for both the artist and the viewer.
Quarles has been the recipient of several awards and grants. She was the inaugural recipient of the 2019 Pérez Art Museum Miami Prize, in 2017 she received the Rema Hort Mann Foundation Emerging Artist Grant, and in 2015 she received the Robert Schoelkopf Fellowship at Yale University. In addition, she participated in the Fountainhead Residency in 2017.
BA, Hampshire College, Amherst MA, 2004 – 2007
MFA, Yale University, New Haven CT, 2014 – 2016
Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan ME, 2016
X Museum, ‘Christina Quarles: Dance by tha Light of tha Moon’, Beijing, China
MCA Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, ‘Christina Quarles’, Chicago IL (Travelling Exhibition)
The Hepworth Wakefield Museum, ‘In Likeness’, Wakefield, UK (Travelling Exhibition)
Regen Projects, ‘But I Woke Jus’ Tha Same’, Los Angeles CA
Richmond Center for Visual Arts, Western Michigan University, ‘Yew Jumped too Deep, Yew Buried the Lead’, Kalamazoo MI
Pilar Corrias, ‘Always Brightest Before Tha Dusk’, London, UK
Skibum MacArthur, ‘It’s Gunna Be All Right, Cause Baby, There Ain’t Nuthin’ Left’, Los Angeles CA
Hirshhorn Museum, 'Put It This Way: (Re)Visions of the Hirshhorn Collection', Washington DC
Manetti Shrem Museum of Art, University of California, 'Young, Gifted and Black: The Lumpkin-Boccuzzi Family Collection of Contemporary Art', cur. Antwaun Sargent, Matt Wycoff, Davis CA (Travelling Exhibition)
Institute of Contemporary Art Miami, 'Fire Figure Fantasy: Selections from ICA Miami’s Collection', Miami FL
La Biennale di Venezia, 'The Milk of Dreams', cur. Cecilia Alemani, Venice, Italy
Jeffrey Deitch, 'Luncheon on the Grass', Los Angeles CA
Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art, 'Not me, Not that, Not nothing, either', New York NY
Lehigh University, 'Young, Gifted and Black: The Lumpkin-Boccuzzi Family Collection of Contemporary Art', cur. Antwaun Sargent, Matt Wycoff, Bethlehem PA (Travelling Exhibition)
Hauser & Wirth, 'Bodily Abstractions / Fragmented Anatomies', Monaco
Louisiana Museum, 'New Acquisitions', Humlebaek, Denmark
San Jose Museum of Art, 'Our Whole, Unruly Selves', San Jose CA
Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, 'Stretching the Body', Torino, Italy
Zabludowicz Collection, 'The Stand Ins: Figurative painting from the Zabludowicz Collection', London, UK
Grinnell College Museum of Art, 'Queer/Dialogue', Grinnell IA
Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive, 'New Time: Art & Feminisms in the 21st Century', cur. Apsara DiQuinzio, Claire Frost, Berkeley CA
Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, 'Journey Through a Body', cur. Dr. Gregor Jansen, Alicia Holthausen, Dusseldorf, Germany
Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, 'Plural Possibilities & the Female Body', cur. Nina Bozicnik, Ann Poulson, Seattle WA
Gallery 400, The University of Illinois, 'Young, Gifted and Black: The Lumpkin-Boccuzzi Family Collection of Contemporary Art', cur. Antwaun Sargent, Matt Wycoff, Chicago IL (Travelling Exhibition)
Pérez Art Museum Miami, 'My Body, My Rules', cur. Jennifer Inacio, Miami FL
The Drawing Center, '100 Drawings from Now', cur. Claire Gilman, Rosario Güiraldes, Laura Hoptman, Isabella Kapur, New York NY
Gladstone Gallery, 'Drawing 2020', New York NY
de la Cruz Collection, 'A Possible Horizon', Miami FL
Walker Art Center, 'Don’t Let This Be Easy', cur. Nisa Mackie, Alexandra Nicome, Minneapolis MN
Museum of Contemporary Art, 'Alien vs. Citizen', cur. January Parkos Arnall, Line Ajan, Chicago IL
Petzel Gallery, 'Love Letter to a Nightmare', New York NY
The Warehouse, 'Psychic Wounds: On Art & Trauma', cur. Gavin Delahunty, Dallas TX
Whitechapel Gallery, 'Radical Figures: Painting in the New Millennium', cur. Lydia Yee, London, UK
Lehman College Art Gallery, 'Young, Gifted and Black: The Lumpkin-Boccuzzi Family Collection of Contemporary Art', cur. Antwaun Sargent, Matt Wycoff, New York NY (Travelling Exhibition)
Hayward Gallery, ‘Kiss My Genders’, cur. Vincent Honoré, Tarini Malik, Thomas Sutton, London, UK
Museum of Modern Art, ‘Paint Also Known as Blood’, cur. Natalia Sielewicz, Warsaw, Poland
MOCA Museum of Contemporary Art, ‘The Foundation of the Museum: MOCA’s Collection’, cur. Bennett Simpson, Rebecca Lowery, Los Angeles CA
CAMH Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, ‘Stonewall 50’, cur. Dean Daderko, Houston TX
The Arts Club, ‘Let Me Tell You A Story’, cur. Alec Smyth, Cristina Vere Nicoll, London, UK
Portland Art Museum, ‘BETWEEN’, cur. Libby Werbel, Portland OR
David Zwirner, ‘This Is Not a Prop’, cur. Alec Smyth, Cristina Vere Nicoll, New York NY
Hammer Museum, ‘Made in L.A.’, cur. Anne Ellegood, Erin Christovale, Los Angeles CA
Skibum McArthur, ‘Demolition WoManhood’, Los Angeles CA
Jessica Silverman Gallery, ‘Biomorphic Virtuosity’, San Francisco CA
Cooper Cole Gallery, ‘Terribly Vulnerable and Terribly Hard’, cur. Ashton Cooper, Toronto, Canada
Ltd Los Angeles, ‘I am no bird’, Los Angeles CA
Pilar Corrias, ‘Slump Love’, London, UK
Gagosian Gallery, ‘Abstract/Not Abstract’, organized by Deitch Projects, Miami FL
New Museum, ‘Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon’, cur. Johanna Burton with Sara O’Keeffe, Natalie Bell, New York NY
The Studio Museum in Harlem, ‘Fictions’, cur. Connie Choi, Hallie Ringle, New York NY
Kohn Gallery, ‘Engender’, cur. Joshua Friedman, Los Angeles CA
David Castillo Gallery, ‘No burden as heavy’, Miami FL
Miami Dade College Kendall Gallery, ‘Women Painting’, Miami FL
LAXART, ‘Reconstitution’, cur. Catherine Taft, Hamza Walker, Los Angeles CA
Eastside International, ‘Appetitive Torque’, Los Angeles CA
Pacific Design Center, ‘Critical Content’, Los Angeles CA
315 Gallery, ‘I’d Rather Be Here Than Almighty’, New York NY
Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, ‘Meatballs’, cur. Carl Ostendarp, Louis Cameron, Madison ME
Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, ‘For Sale By Owner’, cur. by Baris Gokturk, Skowhegan ME
Abrons Center for the Arts, ‘Partners’, cur. Anoka Faruqee, Michael Queenland, New York NY
Green Hall Gallery, Yale School of Art, ‘Double Dip: MFA Painting Thesis’, cur. Molly Zuckerman-Hartung, Sheila Pepe, New Haven CT
Armory Center for the Arts, ‘Tight Squeeze’, cur. Barry Markowitz, Pasadena CA
Awards, Fellowships, and Grants
Emerging Artist Grant, Rema Hort Mann Foundation, New York NY
Artist’s Books & Writings
Quarles, Christina, 'Bacon today', in: Royal Academy of Arts Magazine, London, no. 153, Winter 2021, pp. 50-51, ill.
Hudson, Suzanne, ‘Contemporary Painting’, London: Thames & Hudson, 2021
Phaidon (ed.), ‘Vitamin D3: Today's Best in Contemporary Drawing’, Berlin: Phaidon, 2021
Hussey, Miciah, Nesbit, Molly, ‘Drawing 2020’, New York: Gladstone Gallery, Cologne: Walther König, 2020 (exh. cat.)
Sargent, Antwaun, Beasley, Kevin, ‘Young, Gifted and Black: A New Generation of Artists’, New York: Distributed Art Publisher, 2020 (exh. cat.)
Yee, Lydia, Foote, Cameron, Stobbs, Candy (eds.), ‘Radical Figures: Painting in the New Millennium’, London: Whitechapel Gallery, 2020
Deitch, Jeffrey, ‘Unrealism’, New York: Rizzoli Electa, 2019
Harten, John, Moffat, Isabelle, Voigt, Wolfgang (et al.), ‘Trance: Albert Oehlen’, Milan: Skira Editore, 2019 (exh. cat.)
Honoré, Vincent, ‘Kiss My Genders’, London: The Hayward Gallery, 2019 (exh. cat.)
Werbel, Libby (et al.), ‘We. Construct. Marvels. Between. Monuments.’, Portland: Portland Art Museum, 2019 (exh. cat.)
Christovale, Erin, Ellegood, Anne (eds.), ‘Made in L.A. 2018’, Los Angeles: Hammer Museum, 2018 (exh. cat.)
Lutz, Tom (ed.), ‘Quarterly Journal: Romance’, Los Angeles: Los Angeles Review of Books, 2018
Rupert, Sarah Michelle, Weinberg, Michelle, ‘Women Painting’, Ft. Lauderdale: Girls’ Club, 2017 (exh. cat.)
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Greenberger, Alex, 'Biennale de Lyon Names Artists for ‘Fragility’-Focused 2022 Edition', on: artnews.com, 26 January 2022, ill.
Das, Jareh, ‘Sitting with Discomfort: Christina Quarles Interviewed by Jareh Das’, on: bombmagazine.org, 21 July 2021, ill.
Forgo, Gabriela, ‘“In Focus: LA Artists,” An Exhibition at Hauser & Wirth, Los Angeles’, on: purple.fr, 21 July 2021, ill.
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Guo, Emma, Qui, Nan, ‘Dance by tha Light of tha Moon’, in: Vogue Me, New York, London, April 2021, ill.
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Frankel, Eddy, ‘Radical Figures: Painting in the New Millennium review’, on: timeout.com, 6 February 2020
Searle, Adrian, ‘Radical Figures review - sex, snakes, sprouting heads and flying burgers’, on: theguardian.com, 5 February 2020
Valentine, Victoria L., ‘The Year in Black Art 2019’, on: culturetype.com, 5 February 2020
Zuckerman, Heidi, ‘Christina Quarles’ [Conversations About Art podcast hosted by Heidi Zuckerman], 4 February 2020
Osberg, Annabel, ‘Top 10 Picks of 2019’, in: Artillery, January/February 2020, p. 23
Cohen, Alina, ‘To Attract Young Collectors, Auction Houses Tap Young Rock Stars, Sneakerheads, and a Spice Girl’, on: artsy.net, 28 January 2020
Kuesel, Christy, ‘20 Trailblazing Artists with Major Museum Shows in 2020’, on: artsy.net, 20 January 2020
Wise, Louis, ‘Return to form: why figurative painting is enjoying a revival after decades out of vogue’, on: thetimes.co.uk, 12 January 2020
Lester, Paul, ‘12 Must-See Art and Design Exhibitions in 2020’, on: galeriemagazine.com, 3 January 2020
Adams, Georgina, ‘Jitters and reasons to be cheerful: art market experts give their 2020 predictions’, on: theartnewspaper.com, 22 December 22, 2019
Glover, Michael, ‘Paintings by the Famous, the Forgotten, and the Emerging’, on: hyperallergic.com, 7 December 2019
Patel, Alpesh Kantilal, ‘Gauging the Potential of Abstraction at Art Basel Miami Beach’, on: hyperallergic.com, 6 December 2019
Fitch Little, Harriet, ‘From Antony Gormley to Grayson Perry: when does merchandise become art?’, on: ft.com, 4 December 2019
Sherwin, Skye, ‘Christina Quarles, Hepworth Wakefield 19 October - 19 January’, on: artreview.com, December 2019
Jaspan, Sara, ‘Christina Quarles at the Hepworth Wakefield’, on: creativetourist.com, 20 November 2019
Zara, Janelle, ‘Angeleno Painters Christina Quarles, Hayv Kahraman, and Trulee Hall are Redefining the Female Gaze’, on: artbasel.com, 19 November 2019
Valentine, Victoria L., ‘Latest News in African American Art’, on: culturetype.com, 19 November 2019
Bakar, Lanre, ‘Paint it Black: Artists of Colour Breathing New Life into ‘Inert’ Art Form’, on: theguardian.com, 17 November 2019
Chong, Diantha, ‘Artist’s labyrinth of androgyny and polymorphism’, on: shine.cn, 9 November 2019
Fitch Little, Harriet, ‘The Change-makers - 30 of the Planet’s Most Exciting Young People’, on: ft.com, 8 November 2019
Mitchell, Josie, ‘Conversation | Christina Quarles’, on: tankmagazine.com, 5 November 2019
Judah, Hettie, ‘Christina Quarles Paints the Outermost Edges of the Self’, on: garage.vice.com, 27 October 2019
Carlson, Cajsa, ‘Davie, Hockney and Quarles at Yorkshire’s Hepworth Wakefield’, on: coolhunting.com, 22 October 2019
Searle, Adrian, ‘Copulation at its fruitiest - David Hockney, Alan Davie, Christina Quarles review’, on: theguardian.com, 18 October 2019
Aspen Art Museum, ‘Blind Contour: Christina Quarles’ [Blind Contour podcast hosted by Heidi Zuckerman], 15 October 2019
Vogel, Maria, ‘Christina Quarles Encapsulates an Otherworldly Feeling’, on: artofchoice.co, 1 October 2019
Jansen, Charlotte, ‘Paintings That Capture the Experience of Being Black and White’, on: elephant.art, 20 September 2019
Bowie, Summer, ‘Singing the Body Electric: An Interview of Painter Christina Quarles’, in: Autre, Los Angeles, vol. 2, no. 8, Summer 2019, pp. 132-137, ill.
Walsh, Neil, ‘The Female painters exploring submission and domination’, on: dazeddigital.com, 20 August 2019
Abraham, Amelia, ‘Photographers Creating Work Through the Queer Gaze’, on: dazeddigital.com, 3 July 2019
Lescaze, Zoë, ‘13 Artists Reflect on the Stonewall Riots’, on: nytimes.com, 27 June 2019
Crow, Kelly, ‘Meet the Art World’s Rising Stars’, on: wsj.com, 16 June 2019, ill.
Barrie, Lita, ‘Christina Quarles and the Aesthetics of Ambiguity’, on: riotmaterial.com, 14 June 2019
Harrelson, Sarah, ‘Art Basel Highlights’, on: culturedmag.com, 12 June 2019, ill.
Hill, Eli, ‘15 Young LGBTQ Artists Driving Contemporary Art Forward’, on: artsy.net, 7 June 2019
Jones, Jonathan, ‘Gender kissing, the age of Galileo and Keith Haring’s 80s – the week in art’, on: theguardian.com, 7 June 2019
Butler, Judith, Segade, Alexandro, Dunham, Cyrus (et al.), ‘Confessions on the Dance Floor’, in: Artforum, New York, Summer 2019, pp. 226-231
Valentine, Victoria L., ‘Sales Results: New Records at Phillips for Christina Quarles, Ed Clark, Rashid Johnson and Stanley Whitney’, on: culturetype.com, 19 May 2019
Metz, Dustin, Mesiti, Christina, ‘Christina Quarles at Regen Projects’, on: contemporaryartreview.la, 8 May 2019
Wolf, Kate, ‘Christina Quarles’s Psychadelic Art Pushes the Human Form Beyond its Breaking Point’, on: interviewmagazine.com, 29 April 2019
Zellen, Jody, ‘Moving from the Representational to the Gestural’, on: artnowla.com, 28 April 2019
Pagel, David, ‘Review: Christina Quarles’ Paintings Blur Boundaries and Find Freedom in the Flesh’, on: latimes.com, 15 April 2019
Trembley, Nicolas, ‘L’artiste du mois: Christina Quarles’, in: Numéro, Paris no. 202, April 2019, pp. 68-71, ill.
Wolf, Kate, 'Body Shop', in: Interview Magazine, Spring 2019, pp. 66-67, ill.
Durón, Maximiliano, ‘Christina Quarles Wins Inaugural $50,000 Pérez Prize from PAMM’, on: artnews.com, 8 March 2019
Farago, Jason, ‘The Los Angeles Art Scene Looks to the World’, on: nytimes.com, 28 February 2019
Kazanjian, Dodie, ‘As Frieze Los Angeles Opens, Three Young California Artists Are Reinventing What Figurative Painting Can Be’, on: vogue.com, 15 February 2019
Nash, David, ‘Pamela Joyner on African-American Art and Its Representation in the History Books’, on: architecturaldigest.com, 22 January 2019
Thackara, Tess, ‘Why Contemporary Women Artists are Obsessed with the Grotesque’, on: artsy.net, 18 January 2019
Blackburn, Virginia, ‘Arresting Artworks with Something to Say’, on: howtospendit.ft.com, 13 January 2019
BJ Panda Bear, ‘Best of 2018’, on: flaunt.com, 2 January 2019
Gallagher, Em (et al.), ‘30 Artists to Know Right Now’, in: Cultured, Miami Beach, Dec/Jan/Feb 2019, p. 249
Sussman, Matt, ‘Reviews: Christina Quarles: Matrix 271’, in: Fabrik Magazine, Los Angeles, no. 40, 2019, pp. 114-115, ill.
Martinique, Elena, ‘A Fine Selection of Contemporary Figurative Painting at The Arts Club’, on: widewalls.ch, 19 December 2018
Harrison, Anya, ‘Top 10 Young Artists to Watch’, on: blouinartinfo.com, 27 November 2018
Mastrandrea, Paige, ‘Miami’s Top Five Art Power Players 2018’, on: hauteliving.com, 27 November 2018
Chu, Mimi, ‘Christina Quarles's Carnal Configurations’, in: Frieze, no. 199, November-December 2018
Zevitas, Steven, ‘FIAC Paris 2018: Publisher Steven Zevitas Selects his Favorite Paintings’, on: newamericanpaintings.com, 17 October 2018
Moon, Kavior, ‘Made in L.A. 2018’, in: ARTnews, Fall 2018, pp. 126-128
Horst, Aaron, ‘Loose Aesthetics and Agreeable Politicking: On ‘Made in L.A. 2018’’, in: Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles (Carla), no. 13, Fall 2018, pp. 28-29, ill.
Maitland, Hayley, ‘Frieze London 2018: What You Need to See’, on: vogue.co.uk, 25 September 2018
Moon, Kavior, ‘A Multiplicity of Perspectives: ‘Made in L.A. 2018’ Succeeds by Refusing to Define a Los Angeles Aesthetic’, on: artnews.com, 22 August 2018
Cotter, Holland, ‘Los Angeles Welcomes You’, in: The New York Times, 17 August 2018, pp. C11, C14
Melrod, George, ‘Made in LA 2018: A Provocative, ‘Woke’ Biennial for Los Angeles’’, on: artcritical.com, 16 August 2018
___, ‘Christina Quarles, Peter Hujar’ [The Modern Art Notes Podcast, episode 352, hosted by Tyler Green], 2 August 2018
Wolpow, Nina, ‘This Is Not a Prop’, in: The Brooklyn Rail, July/August 2018
King, John Paul, ‘Queer Voices Find Inclusion at Hammer Museum’s ‘Made in LA 2018’’, on: losangelesblade.com, 18 July 2018
Griffin, Jonathan, ‘Made in L.A. 2018’, on: art-agenda.com, 2 July 2018
Zara, Janelle, ‘Christina Quarles’s Magnetic Paintings Are a Hit at ‘Made in L.A.’’, on: galeriemagazine.com, 6 June 2018
Knight, Christopher, ‘‘Made in L.A. 2018’: Why the Hammer biennial is the right show for disturbing times’, on: latimes.com, 5 June 2018
Wakim, Marielle, Martin, Brittany, Stuart, Gwynedd, ‘The Hammer Museum Is Tapping Into Local Talent with Made in L.A.’, on: lamag.com, 4 June 2018
Lubow, Arthur, ‘Why the Art World is Focusing In on Gender Fluidity’, on: wmagazine.com, 4 June 2018
Stromberg, Matt, ‘Resolutely Political LA Artists Focus on the Body in the City’s Latest Biennial’, on: hyperallergic.com, 4 June 2018, ill.
Cooper, Ashton, ‘Interview with Christina Quarles’, in: Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles (Carla), no. 12, June 2018, pp. 30-35, ill.
Durón, Maximilíano, ‘June Editors’ Picks: ‘Made in L.A. 2018’’, in: ARTnews, Summer 2018, p. 22, ill.
___, ‘Les mondes démultipliés’, in: L'Officiel Art, Paris, no. 26, June – August 2018, pp. 54-59, cover, ill.
Lubow, Arthur, ‘Every Picture Tells a Story’, in: W Magazine, May/June 2018, pp. 82-85, ill.
Eisen, Andie, ‘Christina Quarles’, in: Flaunt, Los Angeles, May 2018, pp. 158-165, cover, ill.
___, ‘The Artsy Vanguard: 15 Artists on the Rise’, on: artsy.net, 30 April 2018, ill.
___, ‘‘Terribly Vulnerable and Terribly Hard’ at Cooper Cole, Toronto’, on: blouinartinfo.com, 20 April 2018
Slenske, Michael, Langmuir, Molly, ‘Who’s Afraid of the Female Nude’, on: thecut.com, 18 April 2018
___, ‘The New Museum Hosts Its Spring Gala Honoring Cecily Brown, Julie Mehretu, and Elizabeth Peyton’, on: vogue.com, 5 April 2018
Vogel, Wendy, ‘Christina Quarles’, in: Art in America, New York, March 2018, pp. 110-111, ill.
Mattos, Claudia, ‘Christina Quarles in conversation with Claudia Mattos’, on: curamagazine.com, March 2018, pp. 172-179, ill.
Burke, Sarah, ‘Two Artists on Creating Outside of the Art World's White, Patriarchal Rules’, on: broadly.vice.com, 21 February 2018, ill.
Cascone, Sarah, ‘From 200 Studio Visits to 32 Names: Curator Anne Ellegood on Choosing Artists for the Hammer’s ‘Made in LA’ Biennial’, on: news.artnet.com, 15 February 2018, ill.
Durón, Maximilíano, ‘Here’s the ‘Made in L.A. 2018’ Artist List’, on: artnews.com, 13 February 2018, ill.
___, ‘Goings on about Town’, in: The New Yorker, 8 January 2018, p. 9
Patel, Alpesh Kantilal, ‘Critics’ Picks: Christina Quarles’, on: artforum.com, 7 January 2018, ill.
Harrity, Christopher, ‘31 Works of Art from 2017 That Challenged and Stimulate’, on: advocate.com, 27 December 2017, ill.
Patel, Alpesh Kantilal, ‘Critics Pick: Christina Quarles’, on: artforum.com, 17 December 2017
Johnson, Rindon, ‘Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon’, on: brooklynrail.org, 13 December 2017, ill.
Black, Ezrha Jean, ‘Engender (Group show curated by Joshua Friedman) – Kohn Gallery’, on: artillerymag.com, 13 December 2017, ill.
Martins, Joel, ‘ENGENDER: The Subjectivity of Male and Female’, on: ragemonthly.com, 7 December 2017, ill.
Cascone, Sarah, ‘Larry Gagosian and Jeffrey Deitch Celebrate Abstraction With an Art Basel Group Show Extravaganza’, on: news.artnet.com, 6 December 2017, ill.
Solway, Diane, ‘The 6 Rising Artists You Must Know In 2018’, on: wmagazine.com, 4 December 2017, ill.
Mahony, Anna, ‘Must See Art Guide: Miami’, on: news.artnet.com, 30 November 2017, ill.
Cohen, Alina, ‘Your Must-See Art Guide to Art Basel Miami Beach’, on: observer.com, 29 November 2017, ill.
Pini, Gary, ‘Mega Guide to Art Basel Miami Beach 2017’, on: papermag.com, 17 November 2017, ill.
Betancourt, Diana Campbell, ‘In the Fairytale Home of the Samdanis, the Art is the Hero’, on: architecturaldigest.in, 15 November 2017
Lehrer, Adam, ‘Engender at Kohn Gallery: 8 Artists on How Gender Functions in their Work’, on: untitled-magazine.com, 7 November 2017, ill.
Chen, Joyce, ‘On Seduction, Ambiguity, and Process. A Side Conversation with ‘Engender’ Exhibition Artists’, on: theseventhwave.co, 31 October 2017, ill.
___, ‘17 Artists Take on Gender Identity in ‘Engender’ @ Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles’, on: juxtapoz.com, 30 October 2017, ill.
Bertrand, Sandra, ‘The New Museum Takes Aim with ‘Trigger: gender as a Tool and a Weapon’’, on: highbrowmagazine.com, 29 October 2017, ill.
Saltz, Jerry, ‘The New Museum’s ‘Trigger’ Is Radical in Content, Retrograde in Form: What Should We Make of That?’, on: vulture.com, 23 October 2017
Levine, Deborah, ‘Engender Exhibit Goes Beyond the Binary’, on: americandiversityreport.com, 20 October 2017, ill.
___, ‘New Museum: ‘Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon’’, in: The New Yorker, 16 October 2017, p. 14
___, ‘New Museum: ‘Fictions’’, in: The New Yorker, 16 October 2017, p. 14
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Schjeldahl, Peter, ‘The Art World as Safe Space’, on: newyorker.com, 9 October 2017
Lehrer, Adam, ‘‘Trigger’ Exhibition At The New Museum Tackles Gender But Ponders So Much More’, on: forbes.com, 5 October 2017, ill.
Thomas, Chris, ‘‘Trigger: Gender As a Tool and a Weapon’ at New Museum’, on: out.com, 4 October 2017, ill.
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Mann, Mhairi, ‘Frieze Week 2018: Your Guide to London’s Art Fairs & Exhibitions’, on: luxurylondon.co.uk, 1 October 2017
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Kelsey, Colleen, ‘A Fluid Thing’, on: interviewmagazine.com, 29 September 2017, ill.
Cotter, Holland, ‘When It Comes to Gender, Let Confusion Reign’, on: nytimes.com, 28 September 2017, ill.
Lesser, Casey, Indrisek, Scott, ‘The 15 New York Shows You Need to See This October’, on: artsy.net, 28 September 2017, ill.
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Mitter, Siddhartha, ‘At ‘Fictions’ in Harlem, Young Black Artists are on Fire’, on: villagevoice.com, 13 September 2017, ill.
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