SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

Chidester, Brian. (2015, May). Ignis Fatuus by Darina Karpov.
Keeting Zachary, Joy, Christopher. (2013, March) Darina Karpov at Pierogi. [video file].
Frank, Andrew. “Darina Karpov: Painting Q&A,” BOMB Blog, 2011
Terry, Justin. “Hypothetical Landscapes at Janet Kurnatowski Gallery,” by for ArtCritical, May, 2009.
Aishman, Steve. Exhibition Review. Beautiful Decay, Issue X, 2008

McAdams, Shane. “Darina Karpov: Infinitely Small Disasters,” Brooklyn Rail, July 2008

Pearse, Emma. “Artist Darina Karpov’s Purple Hills,” New York Magazine, June 11, 2008

Kunitz, Daniel. “The National Academy Museum’s Grab-Bag Anthology,” New York Sun, June 5, 2008

Cohen, David. “Summer Gallery-Going: Hanging the Group Shows,” New York Sun, May 27, 2008

“Darina Karpov: Infinitely Small Disasters,” TimeOut New York, Art, Exhibits and Shows in Brooklyn, June 2008

Wyndham, Constance. “Darina Karpov at Pierogi”, Art in America, September 2007

Goings on About Town, The New Yorker, February 5, 2007

The Review Panel, Brooklyn Special, presented by Pratt Institute & artcritical.com, January 19, 2007
Barnes, Freire. “The Devil’s in the Details” Bon Magazine International, Issue 11, 2007

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Editions ’12, Catalogue for 2012 Special Editions Residency, Lower East Side Printshop, New York, NY,
2012Amirsadeghi, Hossein, ed. Frozen Dreams: Contemporary Art from Russia, Thames & Hudson, 2011
Draw, Museo De La Ciudado De Mexico, Exhibition Catalogue, 2010

Drawn to Detail deCordova Museum, Exhibition Catalogue, 2009

“Sudden Appearances into Vanishing,” ESOPUS, Fall 2008

“n+4 Literary New York” das gefrorene meer, Winter 2008

“Juried Exhibitions-In-Print,” 2008 New American Paintings, 2008

Colombo, Paolo, et al. Order Desire Light, Irish Museum of Modern Art Exhibition Catalogue. Dublin, 2008

183rd Annual: An Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary Art, National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts, Exhibition Catalogue, 2008
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