“Chloë Bass: The Tone, Texture & Taste of Intimacy,” by Nico Wheadon, The Brooklyn Rail, June 2018.

“The Elusive Index of Relationships Between Everyone,” by Hrag Vartanian, Hyperallergic, June 2018.

“I Want Us To Look More Closely: Chloë Bass Interviewed by Jessica Lynne,” BOMB Magazine, June 2018.

“The Book of Everyday Instruction: A Conversation with Chloë Bass,” by Jillian Steinhauer, Temporary Art Review, June 2018.

"Episode 632: Chloë Bass," Bad At Sports, May 2018.

“Examining the Ephemeral Nature of Interaction,” by Neil Chiragdin, Queens Chronicle, May 2018.

“Previews: Chloë Bass, The Book of Everyday Instruction,” by Rachel Churner, Artforum, May 2018.

“Proof of Concept: Thinking About Adrian Piper,” by Siddhartha Mitter, The Village Voice, April 2018.

"9 Art Events to Attend in New York City This Week," ArtNews, April 2018. 

“Public Intimacy: An Interview with Artist Chloë Bass,” by Alethea Rockwell, Museum of Modern Art Blog, April 2018.

“Spring Gallery Guide: 12 Galleries to Visit Now in Brooklyn and Queens,” by Will Heinrich, The New York Times, April 2018.

“In Pursuit of Safe Spaces,” Sydney Foreman, Our RISD, April 2018.

“Your Concise New York Art Guide for Spring 2018,” Hyperallergic, February 2018.

“‘Speak Boldly When They Question You’: At the Kitchen, a Moving and Multifarious Tribute to Composer Julius Eastman,” by Andrew Russeth, ArtNews, February 2018.


“Looking Back 2017: Listening and Learning,” by Margaret Lee, Frieze, December 2017.

“An Interview with Chloë Bass,” by Maya Simkin, AmLit Mag, September 2017.

“The Visible Hand at CUE Art Foundation,” by Gretchen Coombs, Temporary Art Review, April 2017.

“Chloë Bass talks with Sharon Louden” (Interview), Magic Praxis Podcast, April 2017.

“From Books by Black Women to Electricians’ Stories, a Show Catalogs Alternative Archives,” by Jillian Steinhauer, Hyperallergic, April 2017.

“How Art Making Is A Type of Management,” by Alexis Clements, Hyperallergic, February 2017.

“The Visible Hand” (Catalog Essay), by Rachel Valinsky, CUE Art Foundation, February 2017. Also appears in Art 21 Magazine’s March issue.

“Artists and Critics Support Anti-Trump #J20 Art Strike,” by Nicholas Forrest, Blouin ArtInfo, January 2017.


“At the BRIC Biennial, Dozens of Local Artists Shine A Light on Brooklyn,” by Siddartha Mitter, The Village Voice, November 2016.

“SECCA exhibit takes a critical look at recent news, news media,” by Tom Patterson, Winston-Salem Journal, November 2016.

“‘Dispatches’ view the news through art,” by Susan Ladd, Greensboro News & Record, November 2016.

“Chloë Bass on Incorrect Intimacy and Living Better Together,” by Ayden Le Roux, Odyssey Works, October 2016. (Interview.)

“A Langston Hughes Short Story Inspired a Contemporary Art Exhibition,” by Antwaun Sargent, The Creators Project (Vice), September 2016.

“A Biennial on a Bus Explores the Leisure and Labor of Travel,” by Claire Voon, Hyperallergic, March 2016.

“The Fung Wah Biennial Took Me On a Weird Art Trip,” by Scott Heins, Gothamist, March 2016.


“South Elm Projects preserve neighborhood in transition,” by Jeff Sikes, Yes Weekly, December 2015.

“Objectifying Our Digital Lives,” by E. Odin Cathcart, Hyperallergic, October 2015.

“Learning as a Form of Art: Artists and Educators Overlooking the Sculpture Garden,” by Leticia Gutierrez, MoMA Learning, August 2015.


“A conversation: Chloë Bass on Prelude 2014,” by Eleonora Castagna, Droste Effect, October 2014.

“I drank wine, I saw art, but this was no opening,” by Karen Kedmey, Artsy, October 2014.

“In conversation: Prelude 2014,” by Frank Hentschker, The Brooklyn Rail, September 2014.

“A laboratory experience,” by Casey Logan, Omaha World-Herald, September 2014.

“An Island of Light and Performance,” by David LaGaccia, Incident Magazine, June 2014.

“85 Degrees, 100 Percent Free,” by A.C. Lee, New York Times, June 2014.

“From Private Repository to Public Forum,” by Martha Schwendener, New York Times, February 2014.


“Studio Visit: Chloë Bass,” by Sophie Buonomo, BOMBLOG, July 2013.

“Portfolio: Chloë Bass,” BOMBLOG, July 2013.

“An Examination of the Process of Self-Recognizing,” by Willow Goldstein, Arts in Bushwick Blog, June 2013.

“Highlights of Bushwick Open Studios 2013,” by Chelsea Haines, BOMBLOG, June 2013.

“AO On-Site: Bushwick Open Studios 2013,” by Hannah Palmer Egan, artobserved.com, June 2013.

“10 Must-Visit Studios, 10 Must-See Exhibitions, and More at Bushwick Open Studios 2013,” by Benjamin Sutton, artinfo.com, May 2013.

“And They’re Off: Friday Night Openings at Bushwick Open Studios 2013,” by Hrag Vartanian, Hyperallergic, May 2013.


Profile by Oscar Oliver-Didier in Entorno 20, the Journal of the Colegio de Arquitectos y Arquitectos Paisajistas de Puerto Rico, Summer 2012. (Requires flash to view.)

“Self Money in the Bank,” by Akeem Duncan, Quiet Lunch Blog, September 2012.

“Chloë Bass Has Her Designs Set on ‘Self-Recognition,’” by Lanie Zipoy, Works by Women, March 2012.

“A Scene Grows in Brooklyn,” by Carolina A. Miranda, ArtNEWS, February 2012.


“Chloë Bass: So Much Amazing Stuff!” by Katarina Hybenova, Bushwick Daily, March 2011

Video profile by Grace Moon, Velvet Park Magazine, March 2011.


“Social Disrobing and Other Party Fare,” by Melena Ryzik, New York Times, June 2010.

“Best Of Brooklyn (and Manhattan Too),” L Magazine Editorial Staff, L Magazine, August 2010.

“Previewing Bushwick Open Studios,” by Risa Shoup, Huffington Post, May 2010.

“SITE Unseen: Bushwick’s Performance Festival Returns,” by Aaron Short, February 2010.

Before 2010

“Spare Times: Open Studios in Brooklyn,” by Melena Ryzik, New York Times, June 2009.

“Escaping from the Art Market,” by Benjamin Sutton, L Magazine, May 2009.

“Comfort Food,” by Katherine Sharpe, ReadyMade Magazine, February 2009.

“A Day in the Life of Chloë Bass,” by Rachel Geizhals, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism Blog, November 2008.