Edward M Gomez
Art Projects


2013 2014 Ensayos escritos en el año 2015    

Everybody’s Photography,” essay in exhibition catalog Accidental Mysteries: Extraordinary Vernacular Photographs from the Collection of John and Teenuh Foster. St. Louis: Sheldon Art Galleries; Chicago: Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art; Memphis: Art Museum of the University of Memphis, 2005.

Audra Skuodas: Distillation 1965-2005
New York: Moti Hasson Gallery, 2005; exhibition catalog with essay, “Audra Skuodas: Distillation 1965-2005.”
Shinohara “Make Room for Ushio: Here He Comes!,” in exhibition catalog Shinohara Ushio: Boxing Paintings and Motorcycle Sculptures. Kamakura and Hayama, Japan: The Museum of Modern Art, Kamakura and Hayama, 2005.

Lu Shengzhong

“Lu Shengzhong’s Timeless Art of Transformation,” in The New Emerging from the Old: Lu Shengzhong, Works 1980-2005. New York: Chambers Fine Art, in collaboration with University Art Museum, University at Albany, Albany, New York, 2005.


“Is ‘Samson and Delilah’ a fake?,” Salon.com, Dec. 19. 2005.

“Thornton Dial: El maestro inesperado,” Fahrenheit (Mexico), Oct.-Nov. 2005, pages 12-14; ; article about well-known, American self-taught artist Thornton Dial.

“You Pick It Up and Make Art Out of it,” ARTnews, Oct. 2005, pages 154-157; article about self-taught artist Thornton Dial and his retrospective exhibition at Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

“La venganza de los otaku,” Fahrenheit (Mexico), June-July 2005, pages 42-49; article about the exhibition “Little Boy: The arts of Japan’s exploding subculture,” at Japan Society, New York.

“Glittering Gardens,” Art in America, June-July 2005, pages 160-165; article about American artist Robert Kushner’s paintings on antique Japanese screens.

“Intuitive Eyes: Individualistic and Visionary, Jamaica’s Legendary Self-taught Artists Have Helped a Nation Find Its Soul,” Folk Art, published by the American Folk art Museum, New York; fall 2005, pages 51-59; with some photographs by the author.

“Emery Blagdon: Homemade Healing Power,” Folk Art, published by the American Folk Art Museum, New York; spring 2005, pages 38-45.

“From Big Ideas to Abstract Forms,” Art & Antiques, May 2005, pages 76-83; article about contemporary sculptors Robin Hill, Aurora Robson, Ann Sperry, Julia Venske and Gregor Spänle, and Ursula Morley Price.

Hip Home for Art in Mexico City,” International Herald Tribune, Apr. 27, 2005, back page; article about the MACO art fair, with photos by the author.

“Atsuko Tanaka: Painting the Body Electric,” Modern Painters (U.K.), Apr. 2005, pages 81-82.

“Exuberant Expressions,” Art & Antiques, Feb. 2005, pages 64-73; article about emerging contemporary artists Jan Heaton, Siona Benjamin, Danville Chadbourne, Mark Alsterlind, Charles Keiger and Sam Cady.

“Is there an ‘American art brut’?,” Envision, the Missouri journal for folk, visionary and self-taught art, Jan. 2005, vol. 10, issue 1, pages 1-11.

“Jamaican Art With Soul,” Jamaica Observer/Sunday Observer, Jan. 9, 2005, pages 10-11; article about exhibition of Jamaican outsider/self-taught artists’ works at Harmony Hall Gallery, Ocho Ríos, Jamaica; with photographs by the author.


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