list currently in development

View from Here | Datebook,, Carolina A. Miranda
What Does It Mean to Be an LA Artist Today?,, Matt Stromberg
Glass Curtain Gallery Presents “Where the Future Came From”,
The History and Future of Feminist Resistance in Art,, Matt Stromberg
The Art World, #MeToo, and What Remains to be Done,, Matt Stromberg

On the Road: Courtney Fink, SF Chronicle, Charles Desmarais

Arts Shake Up: Longtime Executive Director Leaves Southern Exposure,, Leah Rose
Episode 45, Congratulations Pine Tree Podcast, hosts Kate Rhoades and Maysoun Wazwaz
Southern Exposure in the Weekly News,, Jesse Hamlin

Priced Out: New Tech Wealth & SF’s Receding Art Scene,, Christian L. Frock
Artists, Galleries Displaced Amid Tech Boom, Forum on KQED, host Dave Iverson
Alternative Exposure grants assist S.F. experimental artists, SF Chronicle, Christian L. Frock

Southern Machine Exposure Project,, Sarah Hotchkiss
Southern Machine Exposure Project, Art Practical, multiple contributors
The Cultural Mafia, SF Magazine, Gretchen Schrafft
Temporary Review Southern Exposure Profile, Temporary Review
Home galleries picking up where museums leave off, SF Chronicle, Sam Whiting

Best of 2004, Artforum, Top Ten, Pamela Lee
The Way We Work (Southern Exposure, San Francisco). "The group show has of late evolved into the "group" group show, as in the case of this provocative exhibition of international collectives curated by Courtney Fink. Indeed, this evolution has been accompanied by a change in the very nature of collectivity in art. Art historians often associate collectivism with the self assured polemics of the avant-garde- Futurism, Constructivism, and Surrealism. But artists` renewed efforts to collaborate today, whether by deploying the radio or the Internet, the archive (as in work here by United Net-Works) or the lowly placemat (Redyo), represent a real paradigm shift. The new projects communicate less artistic certainty than a precarious desire for connection in these dangerous days with what some might call the multitude."