Ebony G. Patterson

 

2013                Preview:ArtPadSF at San Francisco by Nastia   Voynovskaya, Hi-Fructose Magazine, May 13, 2013

                                   http://hifructose.com/2013/05/13/preview-artpadsf-in-san-francisco/

                       Black Artists: 30 Contemporary Art Makers Under 40 You Should Know, photo essay, Huffington Post, February 2013  

                       
2012                        Ebony G. Patterson, Vogue Italia, The Black Blog, Declan Eytan, November 2012

                                     http://www.vogue.it/en/vogue-black/the-black-blog/2012/11/ebony-g-patterson

                                    Caribbean Crossroads of the World: In Focus Ebony G. Patterson , by Niama Kieth, Studio Magazine , Summer/Fall 2012

 

                                    Crossroads of the World, by Jen Hoffman, Frieze Magazine ,Issue 151 November- December 2012.

                                     http://www.frieze.com/issue/review/caribbean-crossroadsof-the-world/

                                     Cultural Crossroads, by John Copland , Miami Herald, August 2012

                                       

Ebony G. Patterson : All the Right Moves, (Cover Story) by Nicholas Laughlin, Caribbean Beat, Issue 117 , September/ October Issue 2012

http://caribbean-beat.com/current-issue

http://caribbean-beat.com/issue-117/ebony-g-patterson-all-right-moves

 

Islands Buffeted by Currents of Change ‘Caribbean: Crossroads of the World Spans 3

Museums (exhibition review), New York Times, by Holland Cotter, June 2012

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/15/arts/design/caribbean-crossroads-of-the-world-spans-3-museums.html?pagewanted=all 

 

Caribbean: Crossroads of the World, publish by Yale University Press, edited by Elvis Fuentes and Deborah Cullen 2012

 

Contemporary Jamaican Art Circa 1962 Circa 2012 (exhibition catalog) , essay by Dr. Veerle Poupeye July 2012

 

Who More Sci-Fi than us- Contemporary Caribbean Art, essays by Leon Wainwright (UK), Giscard Bouchotte (FR/ Haiti), Charl Landvreugd (NL/ SU) and Blanca Victoria López Rodríguez (Cuba), May 2012

 

About Change in the Latin America and the Caribbean (First Edition) ,Essays by Pamela Cox, Carl Weissmann, Marina Galvani,Felix Angel, Maria Leyva , Clara Astiasaran , Christopher Cozier,Valeria Gonzalez, Renata Becerril and Edgar Endress, published by The World Bank, February 2012

 

Pictures of Paradise, essay by O’Neil Lawrence, published by Robert and Christopher Publishers, April, 2012

 

Cheap and Clean: Masculinities Interrogation Project, documentary by Ebony G. Patterson, edited by Arrow Films, April 2012

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLSRqJu6o7g

Ebony G. Paterson: Out & Bad, Exhibition Documentary, edited by Milton Rapso, January 2012

 http://vimeo.com/35221057

2011

Black Gossamer, ‘Fix up Look Smart’, essay by Monica L. Miller, catalog, November 2011

 

‘Black Gossamer’ at Glass Curtain Gallery-Wangechi Mutu, Kalup Linzy and other Black Artists explore Fashion in Columbia College Exhibit, by Lauren Weinburg, Time Out Chicago , December 7, 2011

 

Black Gossamer: Photo Op for the African American Experience , by Yolanda Green,Chicago Art Magazine ,February 3, 2012

 

Jamaican Artist takes Another Prestigious Award, by Luke Douglas, Jamaica Observer, September 10, 2011

 

Ebony G. Patterson – 9 of 219, by Artzpub films (short Documentary of  9 of 219 project at Alice Yard , Port of Spain Trinidad), August 2011

 

Contemporary Jamaican Artists – A presence in the About Change Exhibition (Catalog),Essay by Petrine Archer-Straw, May 2011

On the Radar: Ebony G. Patterson, Jamaica Observer, August 21, 2011

 

Review: Wrestling with the Image: Caribbean Interventions, by Terri Weissman, Art Nexus, Issue #81, Jun –August 2011.

 

Coffin Procession on the Avenue, by Andre Bagoo, Trinidad &Tobago, Newsday, July 27, 2011

 

How Could Anyone Kill Children, by Andre Bagoo, Trinidad &Tobago, Newsday, July 27, 2011

 

Small Axe A Caribbean Journal of Criticism (SX35), Edited by David Scott, published by Duke University Press (USA), 2011

 

Episode 294: Ebony G. Patterson in Conversation with Tumelo Mosaka, Bad At Sports (podcast, program), April 11, 2011

http://badatsports.com/2011/episode-294-ebony-g-patterson/ 

Art in the Caribbean – An Introduction by Anne Walmsley and Stanley Greaves, published by New Beacon Books (London) 2010.

 

Jamaican Art: Then and Now, Petrine Archer- Straw and Kim Robinson, published by LMH Publishing 2011

 

Wrestling with The Image- Caribbean Interventions, essay by Christopher Cozier and Tatiana Flores, published by Art Museum of the Americas, The Organization of

American States and Draconian Switch, January 2011.                 

http://www.artzpub.com/content/special-publications/wrestling-image                 

 

2010                  Ebony G. Patterson@ Seeline Gallery, (Review Los Angeles, CA Based Magazine) by Eve Wood, White Out Magazine, October 2010

http://whitehotmagazine.com/articles/ebony-patterson-see-line-gallery/2132

 

Ebony G. Patterson – Fashion Ova Style, (Interview) by Reggie

Cassagrande,http://www.lipsticktracez.com/features/feature/103/1 . October 2010.

 

The yard at Alice Yard, Andre Bagoo, Trinidad and Tobago’s Newsday, September 27 2010

Bleaching Gangstas'? Artist Interrogates Dancehall's Expressions of Masculinity

 (Interview)  Mel Cooke, Jamaica Gleaner, August 8th, 2010

 

Edna Manley College: A training Gound in ‘ Making Do’, Mel Cooke, National Gallery of Jamaica, August 1st, 2010

 

Brave New World, Caribbean Review of Books, Annie Paul, www.caribbeanreviewofbooks.com , August 2010

 

Young talent on the Rise, (Exhibition Review), Jamaica Observer, July 11,2010

 

A New Day for Local Art? Jamaica Gleaner, Howard Campbell, July 25, 2010                 

 

Young Talent V: Slide Show Ebony G. Patterson (feature), National Gallery Blog, June 7, 2010

 

Young Talent Exhibition (Review), www.petrinearcher.com, June 2010

 

Young Talent V: Ebony G. Patterson (feature), National Gallery Blog,

Dr. David Boxer  (Head Curator National Gallery of Jamaica) May 11, 2010