Omaha Magazine

Omaha Magazine, LTD. is a publishing company in Omaha that prints six publications created in-house: Omaha Magazine, Omaha Home, B2B Omaha, The Encounter, HerFamily, and 60 Plus in Omaha. Omaha Magazine also conducts the annual Best of Omaha™ and Best of B2B™ contests.

Print Article: Wigert Residence
Print Article: Neil Astle
Print Article: Two Homes, One Architect
Print Article: Kylie Von Seggern
Print Article: Omaha Public Library
Print Article: Andrew Conzett
Print Article: Emily Andersen + Geoff DeOld
Print Article: Kim Darling

The Reader

Anchored by The Reader, Nebraska’s only nationally-recognized alternative newsweekly, Pioneer consists of 10 media channels — five print, five online — with an established market share in Omaha’s fastest-growing and active demographic and advertising segments and one of the most established, local freelance content provider networks.

Online Review: Flood Surge
Online Review: Depressed to Impress
Print Essay: Curating the City
Online Review: Larry Roots
Print Essay: Hidden in Plain Sight
Online Review: Jar Schepers: Repetition
Print Essay: Brutal, architecture
Online Review: Frauke Bergemann: landscape at a distance, quite close
Print Review: Paolo Dolzan: mind escape
Online Review: Pop meets Street
Online Review: AniMutts: Art in Motion
Online Review: James Bockelman: These Referents Register
Online Review: Nolan Treadway: Schiamachy
Online Review: Angie Seykora: Working Materials

Art Files of the Flatlanders

Art Files of the Flatlanders is an online publication that enriches critical dialogue for Nebraska's contemporary visual arts by providing comprehensive analysis of events and exhibitions. Art Files of the Flatlanders is emblematic of the collective and collaborative spirit of the wide-ranging Midwest visual arts culture, which combines international perspectives with a long local history of incubating experimentation and innovation. Contributors are some of the most renowned artists, writers, educators, and curators working in Nebraska.

Online Interview: Big Time
Online Essay: Ode to the Library

Marxhausen Gallery of Art

The mission of the Marxhausen Gallery of Art is to promote visual and cultural opportunities by presenting a diverse, ambitious gallery program. Under this directive, the gallery encourages the campus and surrounding community to appreciate and understand the role of art and artists through the display of Concordia’s permanent collection. Numbering over three hundred works on paper, this collection is comprised of serigraphs, etchings, lithographs, and other original prints by nationally and internationally recognized artists. In short, this small but highly selective print collection highlights the variety of conversations held on a national and international level over the past century.

ESSAY: Into the Void
November 2013
Written in conjunction with the the exhibition What the Void can Hold.

Full Catalogue HERE.