"Molly Crabapple scrawled lively anthropomorphic cat-caricature murals on nearly every vertical surface, one of which uses more than 30 feet of $1,000-a-yard de Gournay wallpaper as its canvas and recalls Basquiat and Warhol’s collaborative defacement series as much as Harold and the Purple Crayon."
— Village Voice
on Kitty’s Canteen, the restaurant whose entire interior I defaced this summer
"Benglis was drawn to the medium because, as she told Pincus-Witten, she “saw it was a big macho game, a big heroic, Abstract Expressionist, macho, sexist game. It’s all about territory. How big?”"
— Ana Cecila Alvarez. The New Inquiry
"When one considers as a group IBM, Jeff Koons, and speculative black planes of mirrored glass, one thinks of ’80s decadence. But it is now 2014, and one also has to reflect on their strange, ghostly persistence. IBM tanked in the early ’90s but didn’t die; it went on more quietly. Same with Jeff Koons; same with speculative black office buildings made of mirrored glass. All that’s solid melts into air, but occasionally, it hardens years later into glassy value without relinquishing its airy status."
Alexander Benaim on a certain building in Astor Place. ”Dicks” The New Inquiry