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Bibliography


Monographs, solo exhibition catalogues and artist books

  • Young, Joan, Julie Mehretu: Grey Area (Guggenheim, New York 2009)
  • Julie Mehretu: City Strings (Detroit Institute of Arts 2007); texts by Siemon Allen, Rebecca R Hart and Kinsey Katchka
  • Julie Mehretu: Black City (MUSAC and Hatje Cantz, Germany 2006); texts by Lawrence Chua, Sophie Rabinowitz, Agustín Pérez Rubio and Marcus Steinweg
  • Mehretu, Julie, Entropia: Construction (Minneapolis, Minnesota 2005)
  • Johnson, Pamela and Kathleen McLean, Julie Mehretu: Drawing into Painting (Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota 2003)


General publications and group exhibition catalogues

  • Bindman, David and Henry Louis Gates Jr. (ed.), The Image of the Black in Western Art (The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, Massachusetts and London 2014)
  • Grovier, Kelly, Art Since 1989 (Thames & Hudson, London 2015)
  • Mehretu, Julie, Drawing Now 2015 (Hirmer, Munich/Albertina, Vienna 2015) pp. 178-179
  • Vroonen, Erno and Anna Wondrak, Van Tukyckom-Taets Collection (Leo Van Tuyckom, Brussels, 2015)
  • Schröder, Klaus Alrecht and Elsy Lahner (eds.), Drawing Now 2015, (Albertina, Vienna 2015) pp.178 - 183
  • De Zegher, Catherine, An anthology: A woman’s work is never done (AsaMER, Geldmunt, Belgium 2014)
  • Hoptman, Laura and Margaret Ewing, The Forever Now: Contemporary Painting in an Atemporal World (The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 2014)
  • Philips Contemporary Art: New York Evening sale 13-14 November 2014 (Philips, New York 2014)
  • Stout, Katharine, Contemporary Drawing: from the 1960s to now (Tate Publishing, London 2014)
  • Husslein-Arco, Agnes and Anne de Boismilon (eds.), Love Story: Sammlung Anne und Wolfgang Titze (Grasl FairPrint, Bad Vöslau, Austria 2014); texts by Agnes Husslein-Arco, Mario Codognato, Severin Dünser, Luisa Ziaja, Sol LeWitt and Loïc Malle
  • Beard, Lee and Rebecca Morrill (eds.), The Twenty-First Century Art Book (Phaidon, London 2014); texts by Jonathan Griffin, Paul Harper, David Trigg and Eliza Williams, p.173
  • For øjeblikket 2: Samtidskunst til billedkunst (Lindhardt og Ringhof, Copenhagen 2014); texts by Jesper Bek, Andreas Brøgger, Jennie Dam, Malene Vest Hansen, Ditte Vilstrup Holm, Cecil Bojsen Haarder, Kirsten Windfeldt Jensen and Helle Ryberg, p.66
  • Smitt, Thorkill and Christian Vollmond, Verdenshistorie 1: Fra klassisk til førmoderne tid (Lindhardt og Ringhof, Copenhagen 2014) front cover
  • Rideal, Liz, How To Read Paintings: A crash course in meaning and method (Bloomsbury, London 2014)
  • Hicks, Alistair, The Global Art Compass: New Directions in 21st-century Art, (Thames and Hudson, London, 2014)
  • Una Posibilidad de Escape (Espai d’Art Contemporani de Castello 2013); texts by Laura Hoptman, Agustin Perez Rubio and Octavio Zaya
  • Heartney, Eleanor, Helaine Posner, Nancy Princenthal and Sue Scott, The Reckoning: Women artists of the new millennium (Prestel Verlag, Munich 2013)
  • Appleyard, Charlotte and James Salzmann, Corporate Art Collections: A Handbook to Corporate Buying (Lund Humphries, UK 2012)
  • Hodge, Susie, Why Your Five Year Old Could Not Have Done That: Modern Art Explained (Thames & Hudson, London 2012)
  • The Art Book (Phaidon, London 2012); texts by various authors
  • Zelanski, Paul and Mary Pat Fisher, The Art of Seeing, (Prentice Hall, New Jersey 2011)
  • Borchardt-Hume, Achim (ed.), Keeping It Real: From the Ready-made to the Everyday – The D Daskalopoulos Collection (Whitechapel Gallery, London 2010)
  • Clark, Robin, Automatic Cities: The Architectural Imaginary in Contemporary Art (Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, 2009); text by Giuliana Bruno
  • O’Reilly, Sally, Collage: Assembling Contemporary Art (Black Dog, London 2008)
  • Marcoci, Roxana, Comic Abstraction: Image-Breaking, Image-Making (Museum of Modern Art, New York 2007)
  • Panera Cuevas, F Javier(ed.), Barrocos y Neobarrocos el Infierno de lo Bello (Fundación Salamanca Ciudad de Cultura, Spain 2007)
  • Un-authored, Get Lost: Artists Map Downtown New York (New Museum, New York 2007)
  • Abrams, Janet and Peter Hall (ed.) Else / Where: Mapping – New Cartographies of Networks and Territories (University of Minnesota Design Institute, 2006)
  • Enwezor, Okwui, The Unhomely: Phantom Scenes in Global Society - 2nd International Biennial of Contemporary Art of Seville (BIACS, Bom, Barcelona 2006)
  • Merewether, Charles, ‘Regine Basha, Julie Mehretu and Stephen Vitiello’, Zones of Contact: The 15th Biennale of Sydney (Biennale of Sydney, 2006); text includes essays by Heidi Zuckerman Jacobson, Chris Abani and Madeleine Schuppli
  • Perryer, Sophie, Julie Mehretu: Distant Relatives/Relative Distance (Hansa Print, Cape Town 2006)
  • Zuckerman Jacobson, Heidi, Belief & Doubt (Aspen Art Museum, Colorado 2006)
  • Grosenick, Uta (ed.) ‘Julie Mehretu’, Art Now: Vol. 2 (Taschen, Cologne 2005)
  • MacArthur Fellows: The First 25 Years - 1981-2005 (The John D and Catherine T MacArthur Foundation, Chicago 2005)
  • Mehretu. Julie, ‘The Artists’ Artists’, Artforum: Best of 2005, No.4, December 2005
  • Miller, Abbott and Ellen Lupton, Swarm (The Fabric Workshop and Museum. Philadelphia 2005)
  • Rabinowitz, Cay Sophie, ‘Julie Mehretu’s Baroque Look Back’, 25 Visuell
  • Rose, Bernice (ed.), Logical Conclusions; 40 years of Rule-Based Art (Pace Wildenstein, New York 2005)
  • Rothfuss, Joan and Elizabeth Carpenter (ed.), Bits & Pieces Put Together to Present a Semblance of a Whole: Walker Art Center Collections (Walker Art Center, Minneapolis 2005)
  • Sussman, Elisabeth, Remote Viewing: Invented Worlds in Recent Painting and Drawing (The Whitney Museum of Art, New York 2005); texts by Caroline A. Jones, Katy Siegel and Ben Marcus)
  • Von Hardenberg, Irene (ed.) Künstlerinnen: Atelierbesuche in Moskau, Berlin, New York (Gerstenberg, Berlin 2005)
  • Africa Remix (Hatje Cantz, Düsseldorf 2004); texts by Angelika Thill Verlagsbüro
  • Back to Paint (C & M Arts, New York,2004)
  • Christofori, Ralf, Julie Mehretu: The Eye of Ra - Firewall. Kulturamt der Stadt Münster, (Kerber Edition Fine Art, Germany 2004)
  • Conrads, Martin, Right Here, Right Now: Julie Mehretu (Carlierlgebauer, Berlin 2004)
  • Hug, Alfons (ed.), Manifesting Social Change: Julie Mehretu’s Recent Paintings and Drawing - 26th Bienal de São Paulo (Fundação Bienal de São Paulo, 2004); texts by Heidi Zuckerman Jacobson
  • Iles, Chrissie, Shamim M. Momin and Debra Singer, Whitney Biennial 2004 (The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York 2004)
  • Julie Mehretu: Matrix 211 Manifestation (University of California, Berkeley Art Museum, California 2004)
  • Thomas, Elizabeth, ‘Julie Mehretu’, 54th Carnegie International,
  • Christov-Bakargiev, Carolyn, Cream 3 (Phaidon, London 2003)
  • Fogle, Douglas (ed.), Julie Mehretu: Drawing into Painting (Walker Art Center, Minneapolis 2003)
  • GNS (Palais du Tokyo, Paris 2003)
  • Grove, Migs (ed.), The Poetics of Diaspora Ethiopian Passages: Contemporary Art from the Diaspora (National Museum for African Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D C 2003); text includes essay by Elizabeth Harney
  • Hunt, David, ‘Julie Mehretu’, I Moderni / The Moderns
  • Joachimides, Christos M (ed.), Outlook: International Art Exhibition Athens 2003 (Hellenic Culture Organization, Athens 2003)
  • Lazarus Effect: Prague Biennial 1 (Prague, Czech Republic, 2003)
  • Poetic Justice: 8th International Istanbul Biennial (Istanbul, Turkey 2003)
  • Splat Boom Pow! The Influence of Comics in Contemporary Art (Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston 2003)
  • Breuvart, Valérie (ed.), Vitamin P: New Perspectives in Painting (Phaidon, London 2002); texts include essay by Meghan Dailey
  • Drawing On Space (The Drawing Room, London 2002)
  • Drawing Papers: 25th Anniversary Benefit Selections Exhibition (The Drawing Center, New York 2002)
  • Ellegood, Anne, Out of Site: Fictional Architectural Spaces (The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York 2002)
  • Golden, Thelma, Urgent Painting (Éditions des Musées de la Ville de Paris, 2002)
  • Hoptman, Laura, Drawing Now: Eight Propositions (Museum of Modern Art, New York 2002)
  • Luard, Honey (ed.), White Cube Volume I (Steidl , Göttingen 2002)
  • Schuppli, Madeleine (ed.), Something Else: Stalder – Solakov - Mehretu (Künstmuseum Thun, Germany 2002); texts include essay by Lawrence Chua
  • Un-authored, Social Strategies: Redefining Social Realism (University of California, Santa Barbara, 2002)
  • Watkin, Mel, 8th Baltic Triennial of International Art: Center of Attraction (Contemporary Art Centre, Vilinius, Lithuania 2002)
  • Fogle, Douglas (ed.) Painting at the Edge of the World (The Walker Art Center, Minneapolis 2001)
  • Greenberg Rohatyn, Jeanne (ed.), Casino 2001 (Stedeiijk Museum Voor Actuele Kunst, Belgium 2001)
  • The Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation 2001: Awards in Painting, Sculpture, Printmaking, Photography, Video, and Craft Media (The Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation, New York 2001)
  • Hunt, David, Freestyle (The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York 2001)
  • The Americans: New Art (Booth-Clibborn Editions, London 2001)
  • Glenn Brown, Julie Mehretu, Peter Rostovsky (The Project, New York 2000)
  • Greater New York: New Art in New York Now (P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center, New York 2000)
  • Grosenick, Uta, Art Now (Taschen, 2000)
  • Oguibe, Olu, The Burden of Painting: Five Continents and One City - Third International Salon of
  • Painting (Museo de la Ciudad de Mexico, 2000)
  • The Drawing Center’s Drawing Papers II (The Drawing Center, New York 2000)
  • Texas Draws (Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston 1999)
  • Core 1998 (Glassell School of Art, Houston 1998)
  • A Woman's View: The World Bank International Women's Exhibition (The World Bank Art Society,
  • Washington DC)


Newspaper and magazine articles

  • McClure, Faith, ‘Q&A: A conversation with artist Julie Mehretu on process, purpose and the practice of painting’, ArtsATL.com, 17 April 2014
  • Schlüter, Ralf, ‘Auf die vorderen Plätze bitte!’, art Das Kunstmagazin, November 2013, p.72
  • Farago, Jason, ‘Julie Mehretu paints chaos with chaos – from Tahrir Square to Zuccotti Park, TheGuardian.com, 20 June 2013
  • Paginton, Fred, ‘An Intricate Mess’ ARTslant.com, 19 June 2013
  • WSI Administration, ‘Julie Mehretu. Liminal Squared’, wsimagazine.com, 3 June 2013
  • Phillips, Sam, ‘Julie Mehretu at White Cube Bermondsey’, Royalacademy.org.uk, 8 May 2013
  • Frankel, Eddy, ‘Julie Mehretu: Liminal Squared’ TimeOutLondon, 14 – 20 May 2013, p. 60
  • Willschlager, Jackie, ‘Julie Mehretu: Liminal Squared’ Financial Times, 4/5 May 2013, p.15
  • Pool, Hannah, ‘Thinking Big’, Arise, No. 18, pp. 110-111
  • Un-authored, ‘Who Was Most in Demand in 2011-12?’, Art in America (annual guide 2012, No. 7, August 2012, p.58
  • Garcia, Carnelia, ‘Julie Mehretu: Grey Area’, Modern Painters, April 2010, p.18
  • Prince, Mark, ‘Julie Mehretu, Frieze, No.129, March 2010, p.125
  • Hillier, Jean, ‘Stretching the Horizon: a multiplanar theory of spatial planning and governance - Great Britain’, Cover Art, 2007, pp.22, 30, 56, 68, 208-211 and 317
  • Wicks, Stephen C., ‘New Directions in American Drawing’, Georgia, 2007, pp.31-32
  • Marcoci, Roxana, ‘Comic Abstraction: image-breaking, image-making’, New York, 2007, pp.78-83
  • Smith, Robert, ‘Visions that Flaunt Cartoon Pedigrees’, Nytimes.com, 2 March 2007
  • Duehr, Gary, ‘Super Vision’, Artscope, January-February 2007, p.10
  • Wulff, Freiderike, ‘Julie Mehretu’, Artinvestor, January 2007 pp. 56-59
  • Un-authored, ‘American Academy Fellows, 2006-2007’, Americanacademy.de, January 2007, p.3
  • Un-authored, ‘Última semana para Visitar tres de las Exposiciones Temporales del Museo’, El Mundo, 3 January 2007, p.63
  • Stech, Fabian, ‘The Unholy- Phantom Scenes in Global Society’, Kunstforum International, Bd. 183, December 2006-February 2007, pp.404-411
  • Firstenberg, Lauri, ‘Towards Abstraction: indeterminacy and the internationalisation of Julie Mehretu’s painting’ and Eleey, Peter, ‘Julie Mehretu’s ‘perfect’ pictures’, Afterall, No.14 Autumn-Winter 2006, pp.89-107
  • Sardo, Delfilm, ‘Pintura redux, catalog, Fundação de Serralves/Jornal’, Público, No.7, 2006, pp.64-67
  • Sterckx, Pierre, ‘Les premiers ne seront pas les derniers’, Beaux Arts Magazine, No.9, 2006, p.56
  • Un-authored, ‘Julie Mehretu, Fudong Yang and Lucy McKenzie’, Parkett, No.76, 2006 pp.24-63
  • Sischy, Ingrid, ‘The new New York school’, Vanity Fair, No.556, December 2006, pp.313-353
  • Johnson, Ken, ‘The ‘vision’ thing’, Boston Sunday Globe, 10 December 2006, p.N1-N9
  • Merlín, Clara, ‘Photo-call: artístico’, Neo 2, No.58, November 2006, p.70
  • Espejo, Bea, ‘Otra Ciudad para Otra Vida,” La Vanguardia, 1 November 2006, p.1
  • Sheets, Hilarie M, ‘Julie Mehretu: in the studio’, Art + Auction, October 2006, pp.44-50
  • Un-authored, ‘El Musac de León apuesta por la pintura más vanguardista para esta temporada’, La Razon, 6 October 2006, p.26
  • Un-authored, ‘Julie Mehretu Black City’, El Punto de la Artes, 6 October 2006, p.23
  • Harris, Gareth, ‘Art Can Save Lives’, The Art Newspaper (Features), No.172, September 2006, p.29
  • Un-authored, ’California’, The Art Newspaper, (Rest of Europe: our selection A-Z – What’s On), No.172, September 2006, p.2
  • Un-authored, ‘Spain’, The Art Newspaper (Rest of Europe: our selection A-Z – What’s On), No.172, September 2006, p.13
  • Un-authored, ‘El MUSAC presenta su program de exposiciones para cerrar y abrir año’, El Punto De La Artes, 29 September 2006
  • Diaz, Cristina, ‘La pintura en el siglo XXI’, El Mundo, 23 September 2006, p.125
  • Villa, Manuela, ‘El arte empieza el curso’, EP3 (Cultura), 22 September 2006, p.10
  • Un-authored, ‘RISD’s MacArthur phenomenon’, RISD e-views, 19 September 2006
  • Benitez Duenasm, Issa Maria, ‘ARCO 2006: Madrid’, ArtNexus, No.61, Vol.5, June-August 2006, pp.106-109
  • Viloria, Maria Aurora, ‘Misterios en la ciudad negra’, El Norte de Castilla, 30 July 2006, p.76
  • Cotter, Holland, ‘Art in review: freeing the line,” The New York Times, 7 July 2006, p.E28
  • Klopper, Sandra, ‘Distant relatives: relative distance’, Artsouthafrica: the Pan-African Conversation, Spring 2006, Vol.51, pp.64-65
  • Kosha, Pratima, ‘Treasure house of images’, Matrika Yoga, Spring 2006, Vol. 2, p.66-71
  • Un-authored, ‘A night at Christie’s’, Studio, Spring 2006, pp.52-53
  • Murray, Derek Conrad and Soraya, ‘Uneasy bedfellows: canonical art theory and the politics of identity’, Art Journal, Spring 2006, Vol.65, No.1, pp.23-39
  • Un-authored, ‘Honor roll: a top 10 for your radar’, Papercity, May 2006, p.45
  • Un-authored, ‘New this month in U.S. museums’, Artnet.com, 1 December 2005
  • H, L, ‘Enjambre’, EXIT Express, March 2006, No.18
  • Kino, Carol, ‘Teaming with the artists to buoy the bottom line’, The New York Times, 29 March 2006
  • Row, DK, ‘Ovitz collection takes on an adventurous dimension.” The Sunday Oregonian. 19 February 2006, p.6
  • Hughes, Jeffrey, ‘Julie Mehretu – St. Louis’, Art Papers, January-February 2006, pp.68-69
  • Golden, Thelma, ’Artforum International: Best of 2005’, Artforum, December 2005, No.4, pp.250-251
  • Sozanski, Edward, ‘By multiplication, products of art’, The Philadelphia Inquirer, 25 December 2005, p.H10
  • Rosof, Libby, ‘Swarm from the art world ether’, Fallonandrosof.com, 7 December 2005
  • Un-authored, ‘Swarm opens at Fabric Workshop and Museum, Artdaily.com, 3 December 2005
  • Chaplin, Julia, ‘In Miami Beach, parties, boldface names and, yes, some art’, The New York Times, 27 November 2005
  • Un-authored, ’Mapping space charts new ways of seeing our world’, Entertainment News and Views, 18-24 November 2005, p.8
  • Un-authored, ‘Mapping space MAM exhibition offers 37 perspectives on environs’, Coral Gables Gazette, 17-23 November 2005
  • Un-authored, ‘Studio: hausbesuche’, Elle, September 2005, p.43
  • Lee, Felicia R, ‘This year’s ‘genius awards’ reach into unusual fields’, The New York Times, 20 September 2005, p.E3
  • Siemaszko, Corky, ‘Gotham Geniuses’, Daily News, 20 September 2005
  • Un-authored, ‘Julie Mehretu in Remote Viewing: Invented Worlds in Recent Painting and drawings’, Studio, Summer 2005, p.12
  • Un-authored, ’Remote Viewing Invented Worlds in Recent Painting’, Artdaily.com, 13 June 2005
  • Zeaman, John, ‘Complex worlds in a high-tech age’, NorthJersey.com, 10 June 2005
  • Gural, Natasha, ‘Show bridges abstraction, representation’, Associated Press, 6 June 2005
  • Glueck, Grace, ‘Tapping into a glut of information and making sense (and art) of it all’, The New York Times, 3 June 2005
  • Un-authored, ‘Remote Viewing Invented Worlds in Recent Painting’, Artknowledgenews.com
  • Chua, Lawrence, ‘Julie Mehretu’, Bomb Magazine, Spring 2005, pp.24–31
  • Sholis, Brian, ‘Julie Mehretu – Projectile Gallery Critic’s Pick’, Artforum.com, May 2005
  • Rabinowitz, Cay Sophie, ‘Julie Mehretu’s Baroque Look Back’, Db Artmag, May 2005
  • Rimanelli, David, ‘Greater New York 2005’, Artforum.com, May 2005
  • Dannatt, Adrian, ‘New York Diary’, The Art Newspaper, No.156, March 2005, pp.33
  • Harris, Jane, ‘The ruling class: seeking the poetic potential of neutral signs’, Village Voice, 16-22 March 2005, p.8
  • Plagens, Peter, ‘Portrait of the artist’, Newsweek, January 2005, p.105
  • Un-authored, ‘Julie Mehretu’, Kulturo: Tidsskrift for Moderne Kurtur, No.19, 2004
  • Huntington, Richard, ‘Technical ecstasy’, The Buffalo News, 30 January 2004, pp.21–23
  • Un-authored, ‘Arte de temporada’, Exit Express, No.6, October 2004, pp.8-9
  • Dodie, Kazanjian, ‘Art: apocalypse now’, Vogue, September 2004, pp.569-570 and 575
  • Un-authored, ‘A Roda, O Porco, O Embaixador e O Zipe’, Bravo!, September 2004, pp. 34-40
  • Miles, Christopher, ‘Julie Mehretu: the gallery at REDCAT’, Artforum, September 2004, p.277
  • Jana, Reena, ‘Back to Paint’, Time Out (New York), 2-9 September 2004, p.57
  • Jana, Reena, ‘Back to paint’, The New Yorker, 30 August 2004, p.20
  • Un-authored, ‘Back to paint’, Flavorpill.com, 24 August 2004
  • Mullarkey, Maureen, ‘Back to paint’, The New York Sun, 5 August 2004, p.18
  • Frank, Peter, ‘Art pick of the week: Julie Mehretu’, LA Weekly, 23-29 July 2004, p.134
  • Hirsch, Faye, ‘Full-throttle abstract’, Art In America, No.6, June-July 2004, pp.17-171 and 193
  • Lorenza Pignatti, ‘The art of noise’, Kult, June 2004
  • Knight, Christopher, ‘A terrible beauty’, Los Angeles Times, 2 June 2004, pp.E1and E5
  • Zellen, Jody, ‘Julie Mehretu: May 1-29, 2004 at the gallery at REDCAT, downtown’, Artscenecal.com, May 2004
  • Joselit, David, ‘Apocalypse not’, Artforum, May 2004, pp.172-173
  • Saltz, Jerry, ‘Blotto, meet buzzed’, Village Voice, 11 May 2004, p.C89
  • Hughes, Robert J, ‘Rising stars of Spring’, The Wall Street Journal, 12 March 2004, p.W2
  • Gouveia, Georgette, ‘Living in a material world’, The Journal News, 12 March 2004, p.E1
  • Kimmelman, Michael, ‘Touching all bases, even beauty, at the Whitney Biennial’, The New York Times, 12 March 2004, p.38
  • Stange, Raimar, ‘Julie Mehretu bei Carlier/Gebauer’, Kunst Bulletin, March 2004, p.37
  • Herbstreuth, Peter, ‘Explosionen in Zeitlupe’, Der Tagesspiegel, 21 February 2004
  • Clark, Chris, ‘Visions from Abstract Voyager’, The Spectrum SUNY, 4 February 2004, p.6
  • Un-authored, ‘Julie Mehretu’, Kulturo: Tidsskrift for Moderne Kultur, No.19, 2004
  • Un-authored, ‘Zukunft’, Spiegel Kultur, January 2004, pp.7, 26-27
  • Huntington, Richard, ‘Technical ecstasy’, The Buffalo News, 30 January 2004, pp.21-23
  • Un-authored, ‘Social strategies: redefining social realism at Peeler Art Center’, Depauw.edu, 26 January 2004
  • Un-authored,’Post-modern Pollocks & explorations’, Closer, October 2003, pp.45-47
  • Schwan, Gary, ‘Young artists eschew art correctness’, The Palm Beach Post, 26 October 2003
  • Turner, Elisa, ‘Mehretu magic’, The Miami Herald, No.42, 26 October 2003
  • Sjostrom, Jan, ‘Painter's show at PBICA a cultural whirlwind on canvas’, Palm Beach Daily News, 29 September 2003, p.3
  • Turner, Elisa, ‘Close encounters’, The Herald, 21 September 2003, p.11-13
  • Un-authored, ‘Abstractionism’, Art + Auction, July 2003, p.94
  • Berwick, Carly, ‘Julie Mehretu’, Elle Décor, June-July 2003, pp.64-67
  • Beatrice, Luca, ‘I Moderni’, Flash Art, June-July 2003
  • Casciani, Stefano, ‘Are the moderns back?’, Domus, June 2003
  • Un-authored, ‘Histoires passées et futures’, Le Journal des Arts, No.172, May-June 2003
  • Barilli, Renato, ‘Come sono "Antichi" questi Moderni’, L’Unita, 4 May 2003
  • Bosco, Roberta, ‘Quienes son los Modernos?’, El Pais, 3 May 2003
  • Fanelli, Franco, ‘Moderni si', Modaioli no: chi sono gli artisti della generazione post-Twin Towers’, Il Giornale dell'Arte, April 2003, p.12
  • Curto, Guido, ‘I moderni al Castello’, Torino Sette, 17 April 2003
  • Kim, Christine Y, ‘Color Blind’, V, March-April 2003
  • Un-authored, ‘Castello di Rivoli’, Tema Celeste, March-April 2003
  • Un-authored, ‘I Moderni/The Moderns’, Artforum, No.5, January 2003, p.68
  • Un-authored, ‘The Moderns’, World of Art, Vol.3, 2003
  • Dumbadze, Alexander, ‘Julie’s world’, Branna, Winter 2002, pp.76-78
  • Chua, Lawrence, ‘Julie Mehretu’, Black Book Magazine, December 2002, pp.50-54
  • Stevens, Mark, ‘Out of line’, New York Magazine, 16 December 2002
  • Firstenberg, Lauri, ‘Painting platform in NY’, Flash Art, November-December 2002, pp.70-73
  • Saltz, Jerry, ‘Good on paper’, Artnet.com, October 2002
  • Gomez, Edward M., ‘Art / architecture New Yorkers now, their gifts were nurtured in Texas’, The New York Times, 22 September 2002
  • Schroeder, Ivy, ‘Terra scoped’, Riverfront Times, 10 July 2002
  • Berwick, Carley, ‘10 artists to watch’, ArtNews, March 2002
  • Harris, Susan, Art in America March 2002
  • Sirmans, Franklin, ‘Mapping a new, and urgent, history of the world’, The Herald Tribune, 15-16 December 2001, p.9
  • Griffin, Tim, ‘Exploded view’, Time Out (New York), 6-13 December 2001, p.61
  • Sirmans, Franklin, ‘Mapping a new, and urgent, history of the world’, The New York Times, 9 December 2001, p.41
  • Chua, Lawrence, Jalouse, November 2001, p.77
  • Tim Griffin, ‘Race matters’, Time Out, 24-31 May 2001, p.55-56
  • Cotter, Holland, ‘A full studio museum show starts with 28 young artists and a shoehorn’, The New York Times, 11 May 2001
  • Maxwell, Bill, ‘Art offers new notions of being Black’, St. Petersburg Times, 20 June 2001
  • Daily, Meghan, ‘Freestyle’, Artforum, May 2001
  • Schmidt, Jason, ‘The New Masters’, Vibe, May 2001
  • Hoptman, Laura, ‘Crosstown traffic’, Frieze, September 2000, pp.2-4
  • Anton, Saul, ‘The art world's best-kept secret revealed!’, Edificerex.com, June 2000
  • Anton, Saul, ‘Glenn Brown, Julie Mehretu, Peter Rostovsky’, Time Out (New York), 15-22 June 2000
  • Cotter, Holland, ‘Glenn Brown, Julie Mehretu, Peter Rostovsky’, The New York Times, 23 June 2000
  • Saltz, Jerry, ‘Greater expectations’, The Village Voice, 8-14 March 2000
  • Cotter, Holland, ‘New York contemporary, defined 150 ways’, The New York Times, 6 March 2000, p.36
  • Dumbadze, Alexander, ‘Julie Mehretu and Amy Brock’, New Art Examiner, September 1999
  • Dumbadze, Alexander, ‘Core 1999’, Art Papers, July-August 1999
  • Dewan, Shaila, ‘Remaining calm’, Houston Press, 7 April 1999, pp.61-63
  • Johnson, Patricia, ‘Esprit de core/Fresh visions light the way for City's young artists’, Houston Chronicle, 21 March 1999, pp.8-9
  • Lauster, Daryl, ‘Introductions '98’, Artlies, Summer 1998, pp.36-37
  • Dewan, Shaila, ‘Bugs to beauty’, Houston Press, 30 July-5 August 1998, p.53