Selected Monographs:



Bonacina, Andrew, and David J. Getsy, Christina Quarles, published by The Hepworth Wakefield, Wakefield, UK, 2019


Selected Catalogues and Publications:



Daderko, Dean, Stonewall 50, published by Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Houston, TX, pp. 14, 84 – 89 [ill.] 

Harten, John, et al. TRANCE: Albert Oehlen, published by Skira editore S.p.A., Milan, Italy, 2019, pp. 151 – 152 [ill.]

Honoré, Vincent, et al., Kiss My Genders, published by Hayward Gallery Publishing, London, UK, pp. 194 – 197 [ill.] 



Christovale, Erin, and Anne Ellegood, eds., Made in L.A. 2018, published by Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA, and Prestel, New York, NY, 2018, pp. 76 – 79 [ill.]

Lutz, Tom, ed., Quarterly Journal: Romance, published by Los Angeles Review of Books, Los Angeles, CA, July 2018 [ill., cover]

Bell, Natalie and Johanna Burton, eds., Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon, published by New Museum, New York, NY, 2018, pp. 136 – 139, 350 [ill.]



Choi, Connie H., and Hallie Ringle, eds., Fictions, published by The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, NY, 2017, pp. 72 – 75 [ill.]

Rupert, Sarah Michelle, and Michelle Weinberg, Women Painting, published by Girls’ Club, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, 2017, pp. 94 – 95 [ill.]


Selected Articles and Reviews:



Chong, Diantha. “Artist’s labyrinth of androgyny and polymorphism.” Shine (November 9, 2019) [ill.] [online]

Judah, Hettie. “Christina Quarles Paints the Outermost Edges of the Self.” Garage (October 27, 2019) [ill.] [online]

Searle, Adrian. “Copulation at its fruitiest – David Hockney, Alan Davie, Christina Quarles review.” The Guardian (October 18, 2019) [online]

Bowie, Summer. “Singing the Body Electric: An Interview of Painter Christina Quarles.” Autre Magazine Vol. 2, issue 8 (2019) pp. 132 – 137 [ill.]

Crow, Kelly. “Meet the Art World’s Rising Stars.” The Wall Street Journal (June 17, 2019) [ill.]

Harrelson, Sarah. “Art Basel Highlights.” Cultured (June 12, 2019) [ill.] [online]

Hill, Eli. “15 Young LGBTQ Artists Driving Contemporary Art Forward.” Artsy (June 7, 2019) pp. 293 – 294 [ill.] [online]

Jones, Jonathan. “Gender kissing, the age of Galileo and Keith Haring’s 80s – the week in art.” The Guardian (June 7, 2019) [online]

Quarles, Christina, et al. “Confessions on the Dance Floor.” Artforum (Summer 2019) pp. 226 – 231 

Trembley, Nicolas. “L’artiste du mois: Christina Quarles.” Numéro No. 202 (April 2019) pp. 68 – 71 [ill.]

Wolf, Kate. “Body Shop.” Interview Magazine (Spring 2019) pp. 66 – 67 [ill.]

Gallagher, Em, et al. “30 Artists to Know Right Now.” Cultured (Dec/Jan/Feb 2019) p. 249 [ill.]

Sussman, Matt. “Reviews: Christina Quarles: ‘Matrix 271’.” Fabrik Magazine Issue 40 (2019) pp. 114 – 115 [ill.]



Simmons, William. “30 Young Artists To Know Right Now.” Cultured Magazine (December 2018 – February 2019) pp. 242 – 243, 249 [ill.]

Corbun de Kerobert, Marlène. “Is Gender A Genre?.” AMA Magazine (December 4, 2018) pp. 64 – 69 [ill.]

Chu, Mimi. “Reviews: Christina Quarles, Pilar Corrias, London, UK.” Frieze (November/December 2018) pp. 170 – 171 [ill.]

Moon, Kavior. “‘Made in L.A. 2018’.” ARTnews (Fall 2018) pp. 126 – 128

Horst, Aaron. “Loose Aesthetics and Agreeable Politicking: On ‘Made in L.A. 2018’.” Carla Issue 13 (Fall 2018) pp. 28 – 29 [ill.]

Cotter, Holland. “Los Angeles Welcomes You.” The New York Times (August 17, 2018) pp. C11, C14

Green, Tyler. “Christina Quarles, Peter Hujar.” The Modern Art Notes Podcast No. 352 (August 2, 2018) [ill.] [online]

Wolpow, Nina. “This Is Not A Prop.” The Brooklyn Rail (July 11, 2018) [ill.] [online]

Durón, Maximilíano. “June Editors’ Picks: ‘Made in L.A. 2018’.” ARTnews (Summer 2018) p. 22 [ill.]

Durón, Maximilíano. “Regen Projects Now Represents Christina Quarles.” ARTnews (July 9, 2018) [ill.] [online]

Knight, Christopher. “’Made in L.A. 2018’: Why the Hammer biennial is the right show for disturbing times.” The Los Angeles Times (June 5, 2018) [ill.] [online]

Stromberg, Matt. “Resolutely Political LA Artists Focus on the Body in the City’s Latest Biennial.” Hyperallergic (June 4, 2018) [ill.] [online]

Lubow, Arthur. “Every Picture Tells a Story.” W Magazine (May/June 2018) pp. 82 – 85 [ill.]

Quarles, Christina. “Les mondes démultipliés.” L’Officiel Art (June – August 2018) pp. 54 – 59 [ill., cover]

Cooper, Ashton. “Interview with Christina Quarles.” Carla Issue 12 (Summer 2018) pp. 30 – 35 [ill.]

Eisen, Andie. “Christina Quarles.” Flaunt (May 2018) pp. 158 – 165 [ill., cover]

“The Artsy Vanguard: On the Rise,” Artsy (April 30, 2018) [ill.] [online]

Vogel, Wendy. “Christina Quarles.” Art in America (March 2018) pp. 110 – 111 [ill.]

Mattos, Claudia. “Christina Quarles in conversation with Claudia Mattos.” CURA (March 2018) pp. 172 – 179 [ill.]

Burke, Sarah. “Two Artists on Creating Outside of the Art World’s White, Patriarchal Rules.” Broadly (February 21, 2018) [ill.] [online]

Cascone, Sarah. “From 200 Studio Visits to 32 Names: Curator Anne Ellegood on Choosing Artists for the Hammer’s ‘Made in LA’ Biennial.” Artnet News (February 15, 2018) [ill.] [online]

Durón,m Maximilíano. “Here’s the ‘Made in L.A. 2018’ Artist List.” ARTnews (February 13, 2018) [ill.] [online]

“Goings on about Town.” The New Yorker (January 8, 2018) p. 9

Patel, Alpesh Kantilal. “Critics’ Picks: Christina Quarles.” Artforum (January 7, 2018) [ill.] [online]



Cotter, Holland. “From the Personal to the Political, 19 Artists to Watch Next Year.” The New York Times (December 27, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Harrity, Christopher. “31 Works of Art from 2017 That Challenged and Stimulate.” Advocate (December 27, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Johnson, Rindon. “Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon.” The Brooklyn Rail (December 13, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Black, Ezrha Jean. “Engender (Group show curated by Joshua Friedman) – Kohn Gallery.” Artillery Magazine (December 13, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Martins, Joel. “Larry Gagosian and Jeffrey Deitch Celebrate Abstraction With an Art Basel Group Show Extravaganza.” Rage Monthly (December 7, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Cascone, Sarah. “Larry Gagosian and Jeffrey Deitch Celebrate Abstraction With an Art Basel Group Show Extravaganza.” Artnet News (December 6, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Solway, Diane. “The 6 Rising Artists You Must Know In 2018.” W Magazine (December 4, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Mahony, Anna. “Must See Art Guide: Miami.” Artnet News (November 30, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Cohen, Alina. “Your Must-See Art Guide to Art Basel Miami Beach.” Observer (November 29, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Pini, Gary. “Mega Guide to Art Basel Miami Beach 2017.” Paper Magazine (November 17, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Lehrer, Adam. “Engender at Kohn Gallery: 8 Artists on How Gender Functions in their Work.” Untitled Magazine (November 7, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Chen, Joyce. “On Seduction, Ambiguity, and Process. A Side Conversation with ‘Engender’ Exhibition Artists.” The Seventh Wave (October 31, 2017) [ill.] [online]

“17 Artists Take on Gender Identity in ‘Engender’ @ Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles.” Juxtapoz (October 31, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Bertrand, Sandra. “The New Museum Takes Aim with ‘Trigger: gender as a Tool and a Weapon.’” Highbrow Magazine (October 29, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Levine, Deborah. “Engender Exhibit Goes Beyond the Binary.” American Diversity Report (October 20, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Harrity, Christopher. 13 Works of Art beyond the Binary.” Advocate (October 16, 2017) [ill.] [online]

“New Museum: ‘Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon’.” The New Yorker  (October 16, 2017) p. 14

“Studio Museum in Harlem: ‘Fictions’.” The New Yorker (October 16, 2017) p. 14

“Vol. VIII: RISK.” Palimpsest: Yale Literary and Arts Magazine (Fall 2017) [ill.]

Schjeldahl, Peter. “The Art World as Safe Space.” The New Yorker (October 9, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Lehrer, Adam. “‘Trigger’ Exhibition At The New Museum Tackles Gender But Ponders So Much More.” Forbes (October 5, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Thomas, Chris. “‘Trigger: Gender As a Tool and a Weapon’ at New Museum.” Out Magazine (October 4, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Saltz, Jerry. “The New Museum’s ‘Trigger’ Is Radical in Content, Retrograde in Form: What Should We Make of That?.” New York Magazine (October 2, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Kelsey, Colleen. “A Fluid Thing.” Interview (September 29, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Cotter, Holland. “When It Comes to Gender, Let Confusion Reign.” The New York Times (September 28, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Indrisek, Scott, and Casey Lesser. “The 15 New York Shows You Need to See This October.” Artsy (September 28, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Ceballos, Alex. “The New Museum Unveils Exhibition with Artists Using Gender as a Tool and Weapon.” Flaunt (September 27, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Swanson, Carl. “This New Museum Exhibit Wants to Challenge Everything You Think About Gender.” New York Magazine (September 21, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Diehl, Travis. “Us & Them, Now & Then: Reconstituting Group Material.” Carla (September 20, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Thackara, Tess. “The Latest in the Studio Museum’s Landmark “F” Series Is a Timely Exploration of Truth and Fiction.” Artsy (September 19, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Mitter, Siddhartha. “At ‘Fictions’ in Harlem, Young Black Artists are on Fire.” Village Voice (September 13, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Twersky, Carolyn. “Here’s the List of 19 Emerging Artists to Feature in New Studio Museum Show.” ARTnews (August 23, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Uszerowicz, Monica. “When Artists Carry the Burden of History.” Hyperallergic (August 20, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Wagley, Catherine. “5 Art Shows to See in LA This Week.” L.A. Weekly (June 7, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Davis, Genie. “Appetitive Torque at Eastside International.” Art and Cake (April 21, 2017) [ill.] [online]

Jordan, Eliza. “Rema Hort Mann Foundation Awards 2017 Emerging Art Grantees.” White Wall (February 7, 2017) [ill.] [online]



Sargent, Antwaun. “A Look Inside the First Queer Show at Yale School of Art.” The Creator’s Project (October 27, 2016) [ill.] [online]

Butler, Sharon. “Examining Queer @ Yale University.” Two Coats of Paint (October 21, 2016) [ill.] [online]



“Volume VII: HYBRID.” Palimpsest: Yale Literary and Arts Magazine (Spring 2015) [ill.]

Belkhyr, Yasmin. “Hands Up Don’t Shoot: Double Consciousness.” Winter Tangerine (February 5, 2015) [ill.] [online]