Stephen Noah Dillon
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EDUCATION
MFA, Art Criticism and Writing
School of Visual Arts, NY
May 2012
 
BA, Studio Art
University of Texas at Austin, TX
December 2008
 
 
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Contributor to Modern Painters2016
 
Contributor to Frieze2016
 
Associate Editor,
artcritical.com
2014 – Present
 
Volunteer
Copyeditor to Skeptoid.com
2014 – Present
 
Contributor to artsy online2014 - 2015
 
Contributor to Painting is Dead2014
 
Contributor to artcritical.com2013 - Present
 
Contributor to ArtSpace online2013 - 2014
 
Contributor to Art in America online2013 - 2014
 
Contributor to T Magazine online2013
 
Contributor to The Forgetory2013
 
Contributor to ArtSlant.com2011 - 2013
 
Editorial assistant to Paper Monument2011 - 2012
 
Editorial assistant,
Draw it with Your Eyes Closed:
The art of the art assignment
2011 - 2012
 
Co-organizer,
Critical Information
graduate student conference
2011
 
Contributor to The Brooklyn Rail2010 - Present
 
 
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
In-Brief: Van Hanos at Rowhouse Project, Erika Blair at Rope,
and Jeremy Cimafonte at First Continent
Modern Painters
May 2016
 
"Ready to Drop" at Springsteen
Modern Painters
May 2016
 
"Notes on Dumb as a Quality
in Art That People Sometimes
Refer to Affectionately"
Banqueted
print only
May 2016
 
Mernet Larsen at James Cohan
Frieze
April 2016
 
"This, This, This, This:
Contemporary Digital Curating and Collecting"
Degree Critical
http://bit.ly/1WzF4i4
April 2016
 
“Cut-Up: Contemporary Collage and Cut-Up Histories
Through a Feminist Lens” at Franklin Street Works
Modern Painters
http://bit.ly/1qrp4BK
April 2016
 
"'The object of power is power':
Erika Blair at Rope Gallery"
artcritical
http://bit.ly/1oBONFM
February 2016
 
"Zombies and Vampires:
Alex Bag’s New Scary Movie at Team"
artcritical
http://bit.ly/20DZcgK
February 2016
 
"Trees, Petals, Dust, Stone:
Andy Goldsworthy at Galerie Lelong"
artcritical
http://bit.ly/1KnO407
January 2016
 
“Mindless Machines:
Jean Tinguely at Gladstone”
artcritical
http://bit.ly/1NNyk9Q
December 2015
 
“Tell Me: Bill Corbett”
artcritical
http://bit.ly/1NNyk9Q
December 2015
 
“Tell Me: Hiba Schahbaz”
artcritical
http://bit.ly/1NNyk9Q
November 2015
 
“Malaria Drugs from Chinese Herbs”
Skeptoid
http://bit.ly/1l8Dm7s
October 2015
 
“Back to School Special:
Recipes for Artists and Students”
artcritical
http://bit.ly/1Qbsorp
October 2015
 
“Oh No! Oh Yes! The Ig Nobel Prize is Coming”
Skeptoid
http://bit.ly/1Cs8ZAB
August 2015
 
“Artist as Imaginary Friend:
The Dull Spectacle of 'The End of the Tour'”
artcritical
http://bit.ly/1Jc8F5t
August 2015
 
“Northwest Notes:
Dispatch from the Pacific”
artcritical
http://bit.ly/1KTtVhG
August 2015
 
“Monochromatic Polyphony: Gray at Marc Straus”
artcritical
http://bit.ly/1IZSix9
August 2015
 
Tote Book
self-published edition of 12
July 2015
 
“What's not the Matter with Richard Prince”
artcritical
http://bit.ly/1Cs8ZAB
July 2015
 
“Tell Me: with Daniel Herr”
artcritical
http://bit.ly/1BPXNI1
March 2015
 
“Brian Belott at 247365's New Location”
artcritical
http://bit.ly/1FeYz2J
March 2015
 
“Tell Me: with Anne Sherwood Pundyk”
artcritical
http://bit.ly/1QWwdFu
March 2015
 
“Davina Semo”
The Brooklyn Rail
http://bit.ly/1JmZUdZ
March 2015
 
“Winter Storm Juno: A Lesson in Reading and Thinking”
Skeptoid
http://bit.ly/1EAW53H
February 2015
 
“Tell Me: with Eric Sutphin”
artcritical
http://bit.ly/1vP3enN
Feburary 2015
 
“Grave and Buried: Alfredo Jaar and Nicaragua’s Ignored History”
artcritical
http://bit.ly/1AUJGmr
Feburary 2015
 
“Give, But Give Thoughtfully”
artcritical
http://bit.ly/1bCg714
December 2014
 
“Rachel Beach”
Come Together: Surviving Sandy
http://bit.ly/1GpTeIa
November 2014
 
“Lynda Benglis”
Come Together: Surviving Sandy
http://bit.ly/13sGu5y
November 2014
 
“Cy Morgan”
Come Together: Surviving Sandy
http://bit.ly/1DEyHSi
November 2014
 
“Cordy Ryman”
Come Together: Surviving Sandy
http://bit.ly/138afHQ
November 2014
 
“Wendy White”
Come Together: Surviving Sandy
http://bit.ly/13sEKta
November 2014
 
“Can Zinc Help My Cold?”
Skeptoid
http://bit.ly/1yWVS7p
November 2014
 
“The Zombies:
Contemporary Abstraction and Its Critics”
artcritical
http://bit.ly/1zSk0sQ
October 2014
 
“Sweet and Dandy:
Tomer Aluf's Bohemian Paintings”
artcritical
http://bit.ly/1tLm8zZ
October 2014
 
“This Project is Experiencing Some Delays:
Noah Dillon's Deferred Reading List”
artcritical
http://bit.ly/1vsGHxG
August 2014
 
“Mezcal 23: Todd Mauritz's Summer Cocktail Recipe”
artcritical
http://bit.ly/1tTaqij
August 2014
 
“Futurism at the Guggenheim”
Painting is Dead
http://bit.ly/1kMaqkz
August 2014
 
“Superflex in 'Bloodflames Revisited' at Paul Kasmin”
artcritical
http://bit.ly/1v5CFf7
July 2014
 
“Origins the Series”
Skeptoid
http://bit.ly/1AfLC7k
July 2014
 
“Abe Recommends: Magnets”
Skeptoid
http://bit.ly/1zqmiMm
July 2014
 
"On Kawara:
January 2, 1933 - June 2014”
artcritical
http://bit.ly/1skQJSS
July 2014
 
"Kristan Kennedy at SOLOWAY”
artcritical
http://bit.ly/1DEC63h
June 2014
 
"Punchline in Search of a Comedian:
Jayson Musson takes on Nancy”
artcritical
http://bit.ly/1plhvdD
June 2014
 
"A Fleeting Moment on the J Train:
Robert Janitz on his recent work”
artcritical
http://bit.ly/1p0nKQa
March 2014
 
‘“Some of these paintings are smarter than me’:
Daniel Levine Talks Monochrome”
artcritical
http://bit.ly/1ntdBeU
January 2014
 
“Jon Rafman at Zach Feuer”
Art in America
http://bit.ly/1hPCyjH
January 2014
 
“Cold Days, Hot Paintings: A German in New York”
Art in America online
http://bit.ly/1bHfQBW
January 2014
 
“Helmut Federle: The Ferner Paintings”
The Brooklyn Rail
http://bit.ly/1bXUB2d
December 2013
 
“I Called Him Scott: An Interview with Scott Reeder”
Art in America online
http://bit.ly/19kTgOr
November 2013
 
“Dodgy Anthropology But Formally Engrossing:
Matthew Craven and the Ancient World”
artcritical
http://bit.ly/1cB5x9c
November 2013
 
“Art Matters | Two Artists, a Chevy Astro Van
and a Statue of Michael Jackson”
T Magazine online
http://nyti.ms/1aEOVXh
October 2013
 
“Paul McCarthy at Hauser & Wirth”
The Forgetory
http://bit.ly/16fxUAu
September 2013
 
“Questions About Painting & Criticism”
The Zephyr
print only
September 2013
 
“What is Art?”
The Brooklyn Rail
http://bit.ly/14chTP1
September 2013
 
“Dave Miko and Tom Thayer”
Art in America
http://bit.ly/18g7Tr4
June 2013
 
“New Technologies Don’t Always Mean
Interesting Painting”
ArtSlant.com
http://bit.ly/15iSKk8
May 2013
 
“The Promise of the Image”
ArtSlant.com
http://bit.ly/13TyedX
March 2013
 
“David Shrigley: Signs”
The Brooklyn Rail
http://bit.ly/114N9On
March 2013
 
“The Craft of Looking: Drawings by Leo Steinberg”
artcritical
http://bit.ly/Y7VoF9
February 2013
 
“HiJack!”
The Brooklyn Rail
http://bit.ly/13TykCr
November 2012
 
“A Testament”
ArtSlant.com: GeoSlant
http://bit.ly/K89c0o
May 2012
 
“Anonymous Tantra Paintings”
The Brooklyn Rail
http://bit.ly/154Slmj
February 2012
 
“Connected”
The Brooklyn Rail
http://bit.ly/13Tyslo
February 2012
 
“Greg Drasler at Betty Cunningham”
Degree Critical
http://bit.ly/124i7Jc
November 2011
 
“Nicola López, Landscape X: Under Construction”
The Brooklyn Rail
http://bit.ly/15tWK0X
October 2011
 
“In Conversation with George Gittoes”
The Brooklyn Rail
http://bit.ly/154SCFM
September 2011
 
“Locations, Locations, Locations: ‘Locations’
at Paula Cooper”
Degree Critical: Mapping
print only
September 2011
 
“George Gittoes: Witness to a War”
The Brooklyn Rail
http://bit.ly/154SVjL
July 2011
 
“Abstraction Here and Now”
ArtSlant.com
http://bit.ly/rtrdsR
July 2011
 
“Alchemy & Inquiry”
The Brooklyn Rail
http://bit.ly/iTny6O
June 2011
 
“Book Review: There Will Still be a Studio Problem”
Degree Critical
http://bit.ly/15tX6EO
April 2011
 
“In Conversation with Jonas Mekas”
The Brooklyn Rail
http://bit.ly/9i3gOU
November 2010
 
 
EXHIBITIONS
“Kiki Bouba,” curated by John O’Connor
The Barbara Walters Gallery
at Sarah Lawrence College
Bronxville, NY
February 2014
 
“Social Photography III
Carriage Trade
New York, NY
December 2013
 
“SOLOWAY Bazaar”
SOLOWAY Gallery
Brooklyn, NY
July 2012
 
“Foundational Sharing 2: A Salon”
Brooklyn, NY
February 2012
 
“Foundational Sharing 1: A Salon”
Brooklyn, NY
August 2011
 
“Small Works, Big Ideas”
APW Gallery
Long Island City, NY
November 2008
 
 
BIBLIOGRAPHY
“Pat Passlof:
Paintings from the '50s -- Restating the Question of Meaning”
The Huffington Post
David Loncle
http://huff.to/1zqpc3T
December 2014
 
“SOLOWAY Bazaar: One Day Only!”
Two Coats of Paint
Sharon Butler
http://bit.ly/O3oMdn
July 2012
 
“Art in NYC: The Art of Rap, Summer Parties, and
ART Southampton”
ArtLog
Cameron Meade
defunct
July 2012



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