“If Segregation is our Pitfall, Integration is the Form of Repair: A conversation with Imani Jacqueline Brown”, 24 October 2022
“Imani Jacqueline Brown: What remains at the ends of the earth?”, Contemporary&, 18 October 2022
“Bob Marshall: “How did oil and gas exploration damage our coast? This website explains it all”, The Times Picayunne / The New Orleans Advocate, 16 October 2022
“A Berlin, la Biennale rouvre les plaies du passé / In Berlin, the Biennale reopens the wounds of the past”, Le Monde, 16 July 2022
“Berlińskie Biennale: Walka z demonami / Berlin Biennale: Fighting Demons”, Vogue Polska, 28 July 2022
“Berlin Biennale Wrestles With Big Issues (and Itself)”, The New York Times, 22 July 2022
“7 Standout Works at the 2022 Berlin Biennale”, ArtNews, 13 June 2022
“Here Are the 82 Artists Participating in the 2022 Berlin Biennale, Curated by Artist Kader Attia”, ArtNet, 31 May 2022
“She Warned the Grain Elevator Would Disrupt Sacred Black History. They Deleted Her Findings”, ProPublica, 20 May 2022
“The Artists Bringing Activism into and Beyond Gallery Spaces”, The New York Times T Magazine, 1 Oct 2021
“The lost graves of Louisiana’s enslaved people”, The New York Times, 27 Jun 2021
"The Art of Oil: Oil money has fueled the arts for ages. Can museums survive without it?", Kate Yoder, Grist, December 2019
“Imani Jacqueline Brown”, Yxta Murray, Art Forum, May 2019
“Best of 2018”, Claire Tancons, Art Forum, Dec. 2018
“In the Slick of It: Art and the Oil Industry in New Orleans”, Ann Hackett, Pelican Bomb, 18 May 2018
“From Hurricanes to Housing Struggles”, Romy Kraemer, Guerrilla Foundation, May 2018
"From easy living to hard times, 300 years of New Orleans", Marnie Hunter, Channon Hodge, Joshua Sarlo, and Alice Yu, CNN, 27 April 2018
"Here's how the art world has radically changed in NYC", Howard Halle, Time Out NY, 24 April 2018
"This New Orleans Billboard Won't Offer a Simplified Slogan", Jen Kinney, NextCity, 09 Oct. 2017 
"New Orleans Artists Take On Real Estate's Loaded Terms", Jen Kinney, NextCity, 19 May 2017
The Whitney Biennial's Political Mood, Schjeldahl, Peter, The New Yorker, 27 March 2017
For its Whitney Biennial Project, Occupy Museums is[...]”, Alex Greenberger, ArtNews, 06 Dec. 2016
Making Museums Moral Again”, Cotter, Holland. New York Times, 17 Mar. 2016
The best art of 2015”, Cotter, Holland and Smith, Roberta. The New York Times, 9 Dec. 2015
Protesters Denounce Met Museum’s New Koch Plaza[...]”, ArtForum, 12 Sep. 2014
“In Response to Controversial Funder, Protesters Rechristen Met Museum Plaza”, Hyperallergic, 10 Sep. 2014
“The System uses us”, Iwo Zmyslony, Dwutygodnik, 9 Dec. 2013 (in Polish)
“Why Choose Only 1 Percent?”, Krytyka Polityczna, 10 Oct. 2013 (in Polish)
“The 10 most exciting events in Polish art”, Obieg, 2013 (in Polish)
“Get Ready for DebtFair where Collectors Can Buy Works while Paying Off Artist Debt”, Artinfo, 31 Jul. 2013
“Why DebtFair? On Outing Debt and the Mutual Aid Economy” ArtFCity, 19 Jul. 2013
“Occupy Museums Calls on Deans to Support Debtfair[...]” Popular Resistance, 13 Jul. 2013
“Here Comes DebtFair, a Market for Art Inequality Across the City,” The Village Voice, 7 May 2013
“Is it time to blow up the art fair model?” Hyperallergic, 7 May 2013
“Occupy Berlin: Occupy Museum Movement,” REVOLT, Vol. 1 Issue 3, 2013
“Occupy Art”, Reuters, 19 Nov. 2012
“The Big Trouble with Bloomberg at Momenta Art, Art Fag City, 3 Oct. 2012
“The Occupy Effect on Contemporary Art”, Translocal, Sep. 2012
“An Occupied Biennial”, Frieze DE 26 Jun. 2012
“Occupy Wall Street joins protests against Frieze New York”, The Art Newspaper, 18 Apr. 2012
“Occupy Wall Street targets Frieze art fair in New York” LA Times, Apr. 2012
“Frieze NY Targeted by Occupy Museums”, ArtInfo, Apr. 2012
“Occupy pledges to ‘unfrieze’ art fair,’ The Financial Times, 4 May 2012
“London’s big deal art fair hits New York; Occupy hits back,” The Village Voice, 2 May 2012
“London Frieze braves backlash to fly the flag of British culture in Manhattan,” The Guardian, 28 Apr. 2012


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