Press & Publications

Press & Publications

PRESS

Martha Wilson, Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc. Announces the 2016-17 Franklin Furnace Fund Recipients, New York, NY (2016)

May Cohan, Art21 Magazine, Performance Playground: Whoop Dee Doo at the Art21 Educator’s Institute, New York, NY (2016)

Katie Henry and Jaimie Warren, TheHighLine.org, Families on the Line: Interactive Performances, New York, NY (2016)

Joe Fusaro, Art21 Magazine, Transformations and Beginnings, New York, NY (2016) 

The Standard: Listening Club, Bruce High Quality Talks to Artist Jaimie Warren; New York, NY (2016) 

Michael Farley, ArtFCity, The Best Un-represented Artists of 2015, New York, NY (2015) 

Kriston Capps, Washington City Paper, D.C.’s 12 Best Gallery Shows of 2015, Washington, D.C. (2015)

Adam Lehrer, Forbes Magazine, Artist, Performer, and Experience Organizer Jaimie Warren Tries Hard to Make Fun Work, New York, NY (2015)

Ralph Gardner, Jr., Wall Street Journal, MoMA Classes About Art—and Community, New York, NY (2015)

Calder Zwicky, MoMA/MoMA PS1 Blog: Inside Out, Starry Night Gory Night, New York, NY (2015)

Kriston Capps, Washington City Paper, Naoko Wowsugi + Whoop Dee Doo, Washington, D.C. (2015)

Paddy Johnson, ArtFCity, This Week’s Must-See Art Events, New York, NY (2015)

Art in America, The Agenda: This Week in New York, New York, NY (2015)

Whitney Kimball, Vice Magazine, Why Isn’t Art Funny More Often?, New York, NY (2015)

City Paper, Top 15 shows of the Contemporary Museum, Baltimore, MD (2013)

Annie Fischer, Outpost Journal, Public Access: The Amplified Antics of Whoop Dee Doo, Providence, RI (2013)

Greg Garry, OUT Magazine, Warren’s Whoas, New York, NY (2013)

Whitney Kimball, Art F City, Haggag and Akins, New York, NY (2013)

Helen Reed, The Pedagogical Impulse, The Living Archive, Toronto, Canada (2013)

Abby Schreiber, Beautiful People 2013, Paper Magazine, New York, NY (2013)

Charlie Jones, Rembrandt in the Nip, Dazed & Confused, London, UK (2013) 

Manya Kay Rubinstein, How a Former Mill Became an Intentional Community Mr. Rogers would Love, GOOD – Learn in Living, Creativity & Cities, Los Angeles, CA (2013)

Deborah Martin, Luminaria is Going Big, San Antonio Express, San Antonio, TX (2013)

Whitney Kimball, Cloggers and Drag Queens Make For a Damn Good Variety Show, The L Magazine, New York, NY (2013)

Alex Vaccanni, Jaimie Warren, TOH!, toh-magazine.com, Italy (2012)

John Lewis, Baltimore Magazine, Best of Baltimore 2012: Arts, Best Artist Residency, Baltimore, MD (2012)

Corey Antis, Temporary Art Review, Same Difference: A Conversation with Artists… (2012)

Barb Shelly, A Big Whoop Dee Doo for Arts Partnerships in KC, Kansas City Star (2012)

Elyse Mallouk, Art Practical, The Health of the Hive, San Francisco, CA (2012)

Chloe Helton-Gallagher, City Paper, Whoop Dee Doo, Baltimore, MD (2012)

Michael Farley, Baltimore OUTloud, Station North; Art and Neighborhood Life Mix, Baltimore, MD (2012)

Katherine Rochester, Artforum, Critics’ Pick: here, New York, NY (2011) 

Hesse McGraw, Foam International Photography Magazine, Don’t You Feel Better: Radical Everyday, Amsterdam, NL (2011)

Kevin Wilson, Chicago Art Magazine, Young Artists: Leone Anne Reeves and Lee Heinemann, Chicago, IL (2011)

Joseph Isho Levinson, The Wild Magazine, The Hole, New York, NY, November (2010)

Alex Vaccani, The End Magazine, Jaimie Warren, Milan, Italy, Issue 17 (2010)

Ken Miller, Interview Magazine, Now Publicly Accessible: Jaimie Warren, New York, NY (2010)

Jacob Gaboury, Rhizome.org, Interview with Jaimie Warren of Whoop Dee Doo, New York, NY (2010) 

Jeremy Mikolajczak, Ereview, Larger Signs, Community Signing, Kansas City, MO (2012)

Dan Gunn, artslant.com, Reassessing MiddleCoast Art, Chicago, IL (2010)

Katja Alissa Mueller, Kinki Magazine, Don’t You Feel Better?, Zurich, Switzerland, June (2010)

Nylon Magazine, True North: Martin Lilja/LOYAL Gallery, New York, NY (2010)

Marc Saleme and Ashley d’Avignon Goodwin, The Benefactor, Jaimie Warren: Spontaneity or Transcendence, Portland, OR, Summer/Fall (2010)

Marisa Meltzer, Nylon Magazine, Role Model, New York, NY, March 30 (2010)

Claudine Ise, Artforum.com, Critics’ Pick “Chicago: Heartland: Smart Museum of Art”, New York, NY,  November (2009)

Jennifer Burklow, Chicago Sun-Times, Families encouraged to “Whoop It Up” at Show, Chicago, IL, October 2 (2009)

Steffani Jemison, Art Lies, Artist as Performer, Houston, TX, October (2009)

Ulf Claren, Sydsvenskan, Upptåget går som på räls (Pranks that go like a Train Right on Track), Malmo, Sweden, August 15 (2009) cover story

Alice Thorson, Kansas City Star, The Break-Out Artists, Kansas City, MO, July 26 (2009)

Monica Watrous, Ink Magazine, Kids in the Hall: Kansas City Artists create a Trippy Variety Show, Kansas City, MO, January 14 (2009) cover story

 David Velasco, ArtForum, Jaimie Warren: Higher Pictures, New York, NY, March (2009)

Jason Crombie, Wooooo Magazine, Jaimie Warren, New York, NY, Issue # 6 (2008)

Joe Coscarelli, SPIN Magazine, Exclusive: New Tilly and the Wall Video on Whoop Dee Doo, New York, NY (2008)

April Fleming, Lawrence Magazine, Whoop Dee Doo!, Lawrence, KS, November, (2008) cover story

Ascot Smith, Review Magazine, Swept Up from Midwestern Banality, Kansas City, MO, November (2008)

 Carlos Suarez de Jesus, Miami New Times, Bad to the Bone: This Plains Posse Shoots Straight from the Hip, Miami, FL, June 29 (2006)

 

PUBLICATIONS

here., exhibition catalog, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadephia, PA, 2011

Exhibition Catalog: WHOOP DEE DOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!, UCM Gallery of Art & Design, Warrensburg, MO 2011 (PDF)

HEARTLAND: Smart Museum of Art/ Van Abbemuseum, University of Chicago Press, 2009

2009 Charlotte Street Foundation Fellows, Kansas City Art Institute, 2009

Whoop Dee Doo, Rocket Projects Miami, 2006