Articles and Reviews
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Dartley, Alec. North of the Internet, A conversation with Zoe Pettijohn Schade, May 18, 2018

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Schwabsky, Barry. Art Forum (print), Zoe Pettijohn Schade at Kai Matsumiya. Summer Edition, June, 2018.

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Yau, John. "Zoe Pettijohn Schade Looks at the Inevitable and Doesn't Blink", Hyperallergic, May 6, 2018

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Heinrich, Will. "What to See in New York Galleries This Week", The New York Times, April 18, 2018

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Higgs, Matthew. "Best of 2015: Zoe Pettijohn Schade", Artforum, December 2015

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Purple Magazine: "Purple Diary- Zoe Pettijohn Schade "CROWDS" at Kai Matsumiya Gallery, New York"

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Review of "Crowds" in the New Yorker Magazine
Print edition: April 20, 2015

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"Contradictory Patterns and Decorative Illusions",
by Patrick Neal on Hyperallergic

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W Magazine: "Zoe Pettijohn Schade's Artful Histories" by Vincent Dilio and Kat Herriman

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Review of "It Hurts So Good To Be Loved So Bad" in Huffington Post by William Eckhardt Kohler

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Critic's Pick by Jerry Saltz!
It Hurts So Good To Be Loved So Bad, at Brian Morris Gallery
Curator and poet Geoff Young, known for his poetry press the Figures and his eponymous little gallery in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, brings his brilliant magpie eye to bear in a grouping of small works. See Yuri Masnyj’s weird wee scenes, Philip Knoll’s twisted depictions of other people’s art in bizarre tableaux, and Zoe Pettijohn-Schade’s gothic renditions of nature clashing with pattern. Throw in this promising teeny Lower East Side garden-apartment gallery and you’ll be in a groove of good new art. — Jerry Saltz

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New York Times Magazine:
Now That’s Old-School
By Maud Newton

In an art world that encourages hugeness, the painter Zoe Pettijohn Schade emphasizes tiny repeating forms, juxtaposing hungry sharks against the most intricate lace. She takes inspiration, she tells Bomb magazine, from textiles and 18th-century gouache pattern paintings and from echoes of those patterns in present-day life. Then and now, repetition and hidden understructures soothe us as monsters play and “hide in plain sight.”

Newton, Maud. "Now That's Old School", New York Times Magazine, October 18, 2013

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Fanning, Alyssa. "Zoe Pettijohn Schade", Bomblog, August 7, 2013

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Anderson, Ragnar."Go Brooklyn Art, Greenpoint Artist: Zoe Pettijohn Schade Stratifies Order and Disorder," Greenpointers, Greenpointers.com,September 6, 2012

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Review of "From Life" on Hyperallergic
Group show I curated with Christopher Schade at Radiator Gallery

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London, Jill. “Infinite Room, Images in Gouache and Gold: Jill London interviews Zoe Pettijohn Schade about her Art,” The Gilder’s Tip,July,2010, Volume 24, No. 2, pgs. 6-7

Curator and poet Geoff Young, known for his poetry press the Figures and his eponymous little gallery in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, brings his brilliant magpie eye to bear in a grouping of small works. See Yuri Masnyj’s weird wee scenes, Philip Knoll’s twisted depictions of other people’s art in bizarre tableaux, and Zoe Pettijohn-Schade’s gothic renditions of nature clashing with pattern. Throw in this promising teeny Lower East Side garden-apartment gallery and you’ll be in a groove of good new art. — Jerry Saltz

Critic's Pick by Jerry Saltz!
It Hurts So Good To Be Loved So Bad, at Brian Morris Gallery
Curator and poet Geoff Young, known for his poetry press the Figures and his eponymous little gallery in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, brings his brilliant magpie eye to bear in a grouping of small works. See Yuri Masnyj’s weird wee scenes, Philip Knoll’s twisted depictions of other people’s art in bizarre tableaux, and Zoe Pettijohn-Schade’s gothic renditions of nature clashing with pattern. Throw in this promising teeny Lower East Side garden-apartment gallery and you’ll be in a groove of good new art. — Jerry Saltz

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