Glenn Kaino, Untitled (Reverse Inverse Ninja Law), 2006, Zapatista dolls, twine, fiberglass, 14' x 8' x 3', Photography by Pablo Mason, Collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego © Glenn Kaino Glenn Kaino b. 1972, Los Angeles, California Glenn Kaino is known internationally for his expansive vision and activist-minded practice, which encompasses painting, sculpture, installation, performance, monumental public art, theatrical production, and feature film.Examining a wide range of political, social, and environmental issues in his work, Kaino takes a multidisciplinary and collaborative approach to art making. His work brings together systems of knowledge, forms of production, and people that do not normally have a chance to connect, and often involves long-term partnerships with a diverse array of visionary collaborators. Kaino’s work in any media and within any system is distinguished by his obsessive investment in technical virtuosity, functionality, and legitimacy.The artist’s practice, which has focused on equity, social justice, and climate change, among other urgent topics, traces through lines among various art historical movements, including Arte Povera, Conceptualism, and performance art. A relentless optimist, Kaino creates work that is imbued with hope, revealing structures of power and domination and creating opportunities for direct action and progress, all rooted in the belief that cultural production can affect real change. Kaino often highlights the illusionistic and mesmeric effects of scientific and natural phenomena in his large-scale installations to explore notions of empathy and subjectivity and to bring legibility to the often-invisible forces that shape our world.Intensely active in the fields of media and technology, Kaino’s recent major projects include In & Of Itself, the critically acclaimed off-Broadway show that resulted from his decade-long performance art collaboration A.Bandit with celebrated writer and performer Derek DelGaudio, which culminated in a feature-length film on Hulu produced by Kaino; and the critically acclaimed feature-length documentary With Drawn Arms, a film co-directed by Kaino that traces the significance of long-time collaborator Tommie Smith’s historic salute for human rights at the 1968 Olympic Games and its resonance for generations of activists and athletes. In 2016 Kaino began VISIBILITY, a long-term collaboration with actor and activist Jesse Williams that creates anti-colonial interventions in the larger technology and media landscape through award-winning mobile apps, shows, films, and other forms of cultural production.The artist co-founded the seminal Los Angeles artist-run space Deep River in 1997, was a founding board member of the arts nonprofit LAXART in 2005, and has since played a critical role in the establishment and development of similar organizations in the city. In 2014, he co-founded the Mistake Room, which stages exhibitions, talks, screenings, performances, and other programming. Kaino is also a co-founder of Active Cultures, the first cultural organization dedicated to the intersections of art and food.Kaino received the two largest public art grants in the history of Los Angeles for commissions at the city’s 6th Street Viaduct and MTA LAX Metro Connector, which will be unveiled in 2024 and 2025, respectively. He is currently working on a new large-scale artwork with the Japanese American National Museum, Los Angeles, for exhibition in late 2022.Kaino’s work was featured in the 2004 Whitney Biennial, New York; Prospect.3, New Orleans, in 2014; and the 12th Biennale de Lyon, France, in 2013. The artist represented the U.S. at the 13th Cairo Biennale in 2013. He figured in the 2021 group exhibition Stories of Resistance at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis and will be included in the forthcoming Québec City Biennial. Kaino has presented solo exhibitions at MASSMoCA; the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego; the High Museum of Art, Atlanta; San José Museum of Art, California; the Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York; the Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati; the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth; and elsewhere. The artist’s works are part of the collections of the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Studio Museum in Harlem, New York; the High Museum of Art, Atlanta; and other institutions. Glenn Kaino, Bridge, 2013-14, Fiberglass, steel, wire, gold paint, 100' x 35' x 6', Photography by Glenn Kaino Studio © Glenn Kaino Glenn Kaino, One Crisis at a Time (Ours To Eat, Brotherhood), 2020, Acrylic, burnt wood on panel, 37" x 49" x 3", Photography by Joshua White © Glenn Kaino Glenn Kaino, Wish, 2020, Acrylic, water, dinoflagellates, lights, dimensions variable, Photography by Joshua White © Glenn Kaino Glenn Kaino, Tank, 2014, Live corals, resin, acrylic tanks, wood, various life support systems, dimensions variable, Photography by Joseph Rynkiewicz © Glenn Kaino Glenn Kaino, Colonial Division Stage 3, The Troubles Within, 2019, Gold plated model parts, amber, insect pins, and high density urethane, 90" x 50" x 4.5", Photography by John Davis © Glenn Kaino Glenn Kaino, Spontaneous Combustion (2:22:51), 2017, Cotton, tarring solution, time, 41" x 68", Photography by John Davis © Glenn Kaino Glenn Kaino, In the Light of a Shadow, 2021, installation view, Photography by Tony Luong © Glenn Kaino Journal View All News Pace Welcomes Glenn Kaino Jul 06, 2021 One-Artist Exhibitions Group Exhibitions Public Collections Books and Catalogues Periodicals Close Glenn KainoOne-Artist Exhibitions Glenn Kaino One-Artist Exhibitions Dates1996 MFA, University of California, San Diego1993 BA, University of California, Irvine2021Glenn Kaino / Tidepools, The Lab at Compound, Long Beach, California, 2021.Glenn Kaino: In the Light of a Shadow, MASS MoCA, North Adams, Massachusetts, April 4, 2021–September 4, 2022. (Catalogue)2019When A Pot Finds Its Purpose, Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York, November 5–December 15, 2019.2017Glenn Kaino: A Shout Within a Storm, Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, November 17, 2017–April 22, 2018. (Catalogue)Glenn Kaino: Sign, Kavi Gupta, Chicago, Illinois, September 15–December 2, 2017.2016FOCUS: Glenn Kaino, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Texas, January 30–April 17, 2016.2015Glien Kaino: Tank, Grand Arts, Kansas City, Missouri, April 15–June 6, 2015.Glenn Kaino: Labyrinths, Honor Fraser, Los Angeles, California, January 10–February 4, 2015.2014Glen Kaino: Leviathan, Kavi Gupta, Chicago, Illinois, October 25, 2014–January 25, 2015. (Catalogue)Glen Kaino: 19.83, The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, March 27–June 29, 2014.2012In Every Grain, US Pavilion, 13th International Cairo Biennale, Cairo, Egypt, December 2012–February 2013.Bring Me the Hands of Piri Reis, Honor Fraser, Los Angeles, California, January 7–February 18, 2012.2011Ready To Be Made, as A.Bandit, LAXART Annex, Los Angeles, California, 2011.Glenn Kaino: Levitating the Fair (The Flying Merchant Ship), Art Basel Miami Beach Public 2011, The Bass Museum of Art, Miami, Florida, November 30–November 4, 2011.2010Glenn Kaino: Safe/Vanish, LAXART, Los Angeles, California, September 23–October 30, 2010.2009Glenn Kaino Featuring Ryan Magestic: Honor Among Thieves (Chapter 1: The Tower and The Star), Creative Time for Performa 2009, The Slipper Room, New York, October 14, 2009. (Performance)2008Arch, Public Sculpture commissioned to celebrate 250th Anniversary for City of Pittsburgh, Fort Duquesne Boulevard and Seventh Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, fall 2008–spring 2009. Now permanent sculpture at Pittsburgh International Airport.Transformer: The Work of Glenn Kaino, The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, May 3–August 31, 2008. (Catalogue)2007Burning Boards, Whitney Museum of American Art at Altria, New York, October 20, 2007. (Performance and Installation)International Artist-In-Residence New Works: 07.1, ArtPace, San Antonio, Texas, March 8–May 13, 2007.2006Laws Were Made for Rogues, Cerca Series, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, California,December 6, 2006–February 3, 2007.2005Of Passed Pawns and Communicating Rooks, The Project, New York, New York, November 10–December 22, 2005.2003Simple System for Dimensional Transformation, The Project, New York, 2003.Glenn Kaino, The Project, New York, 2003.2001Style Telegraphiqúe, Rosamund Felsen Gallery, Santa Monica, California, 2001.2000Blue, Venetia Kapernekas Fine Art, New York, 2000.Chasing Perfect, Three Rivers Gallery, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, 2000.1999Scratch, Rosamund Felsen Gallery, Santa Monica, California, 1999. Glenn KainoGroup Exhibitions Glenn Kaino Group Exhibitions 2021Manif D’art 10 – The Quebec City Biennial, Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, January 22–March 21, 2021.Stories of Resistance, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, Missouri, May 12–August 15, 2021.2020Emergency on Planet Earth, UTA Artist Space, Beverly Hills, California, October 9–31, 2020.2019With Drawn Arms: Glenn Kaino and Tommie Smith, San Jose Museum of Art, California, November 1, 2019–April 5, 2020.2018With Drawn Arms: Glenn Kaino & Tommie Smith, High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia, September 29, 2018–February3, 2019.Parallel Lives, Kavi Gupta, Chicago, Illinois, June 16–August 21, 2018.2017Paper, Kavi Gupta, Chicago Illinois, November 17, 2017–April 22, 2018.Observatories, Center for the Arts, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, summer 2017.Desert X 2017, Coachella Valley, California, February 25–April 30, 2017. (Catalogue)Third Space / Shifting Conversations about Contemporary Art, Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, Alabama, January 26, 2017–January 6, 2019. (Catalogue)2016Ground Control, Art Public, Art Basel Miami Beach 2016, The Bass Museum of Art, Miami, November 30, 2016–March 15, 2017.L.A. Exuberance: New Gifts by Artists, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, October 30, 2016–April 2, 2017.For Freedoms, Jack Shainman Gallery, New York, June 7–August 30, 2016.March Madness, Fort Gansevoort Gallery, New York, March 18–May 1,2016.Gold Rush, de Saisset Museum at Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, California, January 15–March 13, 2016.2015Art In the Age Of…Asymmetrical Warfare, Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam, September 11, 2015–January 3, 2016. (Catalogue)Come As You Are: Art of the 1990s, Montclair Art Museum, New Jersey, February 8–May 17, 2015; Telfair Museums, Savannah, Georgia, June 12–September 20, 2015; University of Michigan Museum of Art, Ann Arbor, October 17, 2015–January 31, 2016; Blanton Museum of Art, University of Texas, Austin, February 21–May 15, 2015. (Catalogue)Piece by Piece: Building a Collection, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, Missouri, January 30–April 26, 2015.2014Prospect.3: Notes for Now, New Orleans, Louisiana, October 25, 2014–January 25, 2015. (Catalogue)Art on Paper 2014, Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, North Carolina, September 28–December 14, 2014.The Avant-Garde Collection, Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, California, September 7, 2014–January 4, 2015. (Catalogue)ALTER/ABOLISH/ADDRESS, Los Angeles Nomadic Division, Washington, D.C., September 6–December 6, 2014.GOLD, Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, Florida, August 8, 2014–February 15, 2015.Cage & Kaino: Pieces and Performances, World Chess Hall of Fame, St. Louis, Missouri, May 8–September 21, 2014.2013The Voyage, or Three Years at Sea Part VI, Charles H. Scott Gallery, Vancouver, September 25–November 24, 2013.Meanwhile…Suddenly, and Then, 12th Biennale de Lyon, France, September 12, 2013–January 5, 2014. (Catalogue)Kiss Me Deadly: A Group Show of Contemporary Neo-Noir from Los Angeles, Paradise Row, London, United Kingdom, January 24–March 9, 2013.2011Selections From the Hammer Contemporary Collection, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, October 15, 2011–January 15, 2012.Trespass, West of Rome Public Art, Los Angeles, October 2, 2011.Role Images l Role Playing, Museum der Moderne Monchsberg, Salzburg, Austria, July 23–October 30, 2011.2010The Artists’ Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, October 24, 2010–January 31, 2011.New Art for A New Century: Contemporary Acquisitions 2000-2010, Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, California, May 2–September 19, 2010.Mapping Identity, Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, Haverford College, Haverford, Pennsylvania, March 19–April 30, 2010. (Catalogue)2009We Are Time: Seven Installations, Impakt Festival, Utrecht, Netherlands, October 14–18, 2009.Disorderly Conduct: Recent Art in Tumultuous Times, Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, California, February 3–May 25, 2009.2008Southern Exposure: Works from the Collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia, March 20–June 1, 2008. (Catalogue)2006One Way or Another: Asian American Art Now, Asia Society, New York, September 7–December 10, 2006. Traveled to: Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston, January 20-March 31, 2007; Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, University of California, September 19-December 23, 2007; Japanese American National Museum, Los Angeles, February 9-May 2, 2008. (Catalogue)2005Make-Believe: Ways of Playing, Compton Verney, Warickshire, United Kingdom, March 25–June 5, 2005. (Catalogue)2004Black Belt, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, California, December 11, 2004–February 12, 2005.Whitney Gala, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, October 19, 2004.Dreamscape, University Art Gallery, University of California, Irvine, California, 2004.2004 California Biennial, Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, California, October 12, 2004–January 9, 2005. (Catalogue)Whitney Biennial 2004, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, March 11–May 30, 2004. (Catalogue)Bounce: Glenn Kaino & Mark Bradford, Gallery at REDCAT, Los Angeles, February 5–March 21, 2004. (Catalogue)2003Black Belt, The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, October 15, 2003–January 4, 2004. (Catalogue)Mine, Lombard+Freid Fine Arts, New York, May 22–June 28, 2002.2001One Planet Under a Groove, Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York, October 26, 2001–March 3, 2002. Traveled to: Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, July 14–October 13, 2002; Spelman College Museum of Fine Art, Atlanta, Georgia, spring 2003. (Catalogue)2000Surf Trip, Track 16 Gallery, Santa Monica, California, September 9–November 4, 2000.1999International Film Festival Rotterdam, January 1–July 2, 1999. (Catalogue)1998Xtrascape, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, September 9–November 1, 1998. (Catalogue)i Candy, Rosamund Felsen Gallery, Santa Monica, California, 1998.Access All Areas, Fellows of Contemporary Art, Japanese American Cultural and Community Center, Los Angeles, June 6–July 26, 1998.1995Finding Family Stories, Japanese American National Museum, Los Angeles, September 15, 1995–January 6, 1996. (Catalogue)1993Computer Influence, Downey Museum of Art, Downey, California, September 2–October 7, 1993. Glenn KainoPublic Collections Glenn Kaino Public Collections Birmingham Museum of Art, AlabamaHammer Museum, Los Angeles, CaliforniaLos Angeles County Museum of Art, CaliforniaMuseum of Contemporary Art San Diego, CaliforniaMuseum Folkwang, Essen, GermanyOrange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CaliforniaPittsburgh International Airport, PennsylvaniaStudio Museum in Harlem, New York, New YorkHigh Museum of Art, Atlanta, GeorgiaSan Jose Museum of Art, California Glenn KainoBooks and Catalogues Glenn Kaino Bibliography: Books 2021Glenn Kaino: In the Light of a Shadow (exhibition catalogue). North Adams, Massachusetts: MASS MoCA, 2021. (forthcoming 2021)2017Glenn Kaino: A Shout Within a Storm (exhibition catalogue). Text by Steven Matijcio. Chicago and Cincinnati: Kavi Gupta; Contemporary Arts Center, 2017.Kaino, Glenn and Derek DelGaudio. A Bandit: A Secret Has Two Faces. Munich and New York: Delmonico Books; Prestel Publishing, 2017.Third Space: Shifting Conversations About Contemporary Art (exhibition catalogue). Edited by Wassan Al-Khudhairi; texts by Wassan Al-Khudhairi, Ivy G. Wilson, H. G. Masters, Lindsey Reynolds. Birmingham, Alabama: Birmingham Museum of Art, 2017.Wakefield, Neville. Desert X: The Desert Bienniale Exhibition of Art: Inaugural Edition 2017 (exhibition catalogue). S.l.: California: Dexert X, 2017.2015Art in the age of...(exhibtion catalogue). Edited by Defne Ayas, Natasha Hoare, and Adam Kleinman. Rotterdam: Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, 2015.2014The Avant-Garde Collection (exhibition catalogue). Newport Beach, California: Orange County Museum of Art, 2014.Come as you are: art of the 1990s (exhibition catalogue). Edited by Alexandra Schwartz. Montclair, New Jersey: Montclair Art Museum, in association with University of California Press, 2014.Entre-temps, brusquement, et ensuite / Meanwhile ... suddenly, and then (exhibition catalogue). Edited by Thomas Boutox. Dijon: Presses du réel, 2013.Glenn Kaino (exhibition catalogue). Chicago: Kavi Gupta, 2014.Prospect.3: Notes for Now: A Project of Prospect New Orleans (exhibition catalogue). Edited by Franklin Sirmans; texts by Rita Gonzalez, David Hunt, Christine Y. Kim, Rickey Laurentiis, Mary McCay, and DJ Soul Sister. New York: Prestel, 20142010Mapping identity (exhibition catalogue). Edited by Carol Solomon and Janet Yoon. Haverford, PA : Haverford College, 2010.2009Communicating Rooks: The Work of Glenn Kaino (exhibition catalogue). Edited by Elizabeth Hamilton and Jane Hyun; texts by Laurie Firstenberg, Thomas Sokolowski, Lary List, David Levi-Strauss, and the artist. Ostfildern, Germany and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Hatje Cantz: The Andy Warhol Museum, 2009.2008Southern Exposure: Works from the Collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego (exhibition catalogue). Text by Rachel Kent. Sydney: Museum of Contemporary Art, 2008.2006One way or another: Asian American Art Now (exhibition catalogue). Edited by Melissa Chiu, Karin M. Higa, Susette S. Min; texts by Margo Machida, and Helen Zia. New Haven, Conn: Yale University Press, 2006.2005Make-Believe: Ways of Playing (exhibition catalogue). Edited by Marina Warner. Warickshire: Compton Verney, 2005.20042004 California Biennial (exhibition catalogue). Edited by Elizabeth Armstrong and Irene Hofmann. Newport Beach, Calif: Orange County Museum of Art, 2004.Bounce: Mark Bradford & Glenn Kaino (exhibition catalogue). Edited by Eungie Joo. Interview between Kara Walker and Mark Bradford; inerview between Daniel Joseph Martinez and Glenn KainoLos Angeles: California Institute of the Arts/REDCAT, 2004.Whitney Biennial 2004 (exhibition catalogue). Edited by Chrissie Iles, Shamim M. Momin, and Debra Singer.New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 2004.2003Black Belt (exhibition catalogue). New York: The Studio Museum in Harlem, 2003.2001One Planet Under a Groove (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Lydia Yee, Franklin Sirmans and Greg Tate. New YorK: Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York,1999International Film Festival Rotterdam (exhibition catalogue). [Rotterdam]: Film International Rotterdam, 1999.1998Xtrascape (exhibition catalogue). Los Angeles: Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery; Junior Arts Center Gallery; Cultural Affairs Department, 1998.1995Finding Family Stories: Heeyeon Chang, Michael Cho, Glenn Kaino, Soo Jin Kim, Karen Kimura, Yong Soon Min, Linda Nishio, Julie Sim-Edwards. Edited by Karin M. Higa. Los Angeles, California: Japanese American National Museum, 1996. Glenn KainoBibliography: Periodicals Glenn Kaino Bibliography Periodicals 2021Almond, Elliott and Zavorel, Linda. “New Wheaties box honors athlete-activist Tommie Smith’s iconic 1968 Olympics protest.” The Mercury News, 3 February 2021.Debruge, Peter. “‘With Drawn Arms’ Review: Empowering Doc Returns to ‘the Salute’ at 1968 Olympics.” Variety.com, 19 February 2021.D’Souza, Aruna. "Artists in a Post-George Floyd, Mid-Pandemic World.” The New York Times, 13 May 2021.Feteke, Sienna. “Artist Glenn Kaino and Filmmaker Afshin Shahidi Put Olympian Tommie Smith’s Ongoing Activism in The Spotlight.” Cultured Magazine, 10 March 2021.Huberdeau, Jennifer. “Stories of collective resistance, legacies of 'Bloody Sundays' brought into the light in Mass MoCA exhibit.” The Berkshire Eagle, 1 April 2021.Jackson, Angelique. “Olympic Gold Medalist Tommie Smith on How ‘With Drawn Arms’ Affirms Athletes’ Right to Protest and His Own Legacy.” Variety, 18 January 2021.Jackson, Wilton. “The Wheaties Box Will Feature Iconic 1968 Olympic Winner Tommie Smith.” si.com, 29 January 2021.Koenig, Ronnie. “New Wheaties box honors Olympian Tommie Smith who stood in silent protest in 1968.” Today.com, NBC Universal, 3 February 2021.Loos, Ted. “At MassMoCA, Art and the Struggle for Equality.” The New York Times, 25 May 2021.McCarty, Kelly. “New Wheaties box honors Olympian who stood in silent protest at the podium.” goodmorningamerica.com, 1 February 2021.Polowy, Kevin. “Before Colin Kaepernick's knee, there was Tommie Smith's raised fist. 'With Drawn Arms' tells his story.” Yahoo, 10 February 2021.Vankin, Deborah. “Fruit carts flying over MacArthur Park: How you can see LACMA’s first AR monuments.” Los Angeles Times, 13 April 2021.Whyte, Murray. “At Mass MoCA, Glenn Kaino builds a bridge between Bloody Sundays.” Boston Globe, 15 April 2021.Reynolds, Pamela. “At MASS MoCA, Artist Glenn Kaino Considers The Power Of Collective Action.” WBUR, 2 April 2021.2020Cascone, Sarah. “Now You Can Learn to Meditate While Seeing Major Contemporary Artworks at a New California Art and Wellness Center.” Artnet News, 25 June 2020.Harris, Gareth, et al. “Three Cultural Projects Exploring Racial Injustice and Black Resistance.” The Art Newspaper, 12 June 2020.Hipes, Patrick. “‘With Drawn Arms’, The Tommie Smith Documentary, Lands at Starz and A Gets Premiere Date.” Deadline, 26 October 2020.Holmes, Helen. “Compound, a New Space for Art and Wellness, Will Open in Long Beach in September.” Observer, 25 June 2020.Lee, Chris. “With Drawn Arms Resurrects the Story of Tommie Smith for Today.” Vulture, 13 December 2020.Machado, Danilo. “Inspired by Nam June Paik, Performa is Bringing Back the Telethon.” Hyperallergic, 16 November 2020.Rosenberg, Tal. “Ten Best Bets for Fall Visual Arts.” Chicago Reader, 21 May 2020.Valentine, Victoria. “With Drawn Arms: Documentary Explores Life of Olympic Medalist Tommie Smith, Contemporary Influence of Historic Protest.” Culture Type, 2 November 2020.Vankin, Deborah. “In Long Beach, Some Big Names in Art Will Open a New Space Called Compound.” The Los Angeles Times, 25 June 2020.Vankin, Deborah. “Science + social justice + magic. The spellbinding formula of artist Glenn Kaino.” Los Angeles Times, 9 November 2020.Wallentine, Anne. “Compound, a Space for Art and Wellness, to Open in Long Beach,California.” The Art Newspaper, 25 June 2020.2019Adams, Rose. “Gone to Pot: Fort Greene Art Exhibit Looks at Democracy • Brooklyn Paper.” Brooklyn Paper, 5 Dec. 2019.Adler, Dan. “Olympian Tommie Smith Revisits the Art of Protest.” Vanity Fair, 1 Nov. 2019“BAM Opens the Rudin Family Gallery with Inaugural Exhibition by Glenn Kaino.” BroadwayWorld.com, 4 Oct. 2019.“BAM Opens Doors to Its First Dedicated Visual Art Space.” Hyperallergic, 30 Sept. 2019.Barragan, Bianca. “Arts District to Get Sixth Street Bridge's First Public Art Piece: A Sculpture of the 'LA' Fingers.” Curbed LA, 23 May 2019.Dambrot, Shana Nys. “Glenn Kaino: The Builder Making Big Ideas into Hopeful Spaces.” LA Weekly, 17 December 2019.Emerson, Bo. “Sports, Tommie Smith and Racial Injustice.” Ajc.com, 31 January 2019.Greenberger, Alex. “Hammer Museum Makes Three New Board Appointments.” ARTnews.com, 18 Nov. 2019.Gnadinger, L Autumn. “'In The Hot Seat,' A Thrilling, Fresh Take.” LEO Weekly, 26 June 2019.Cascone, Sarah. “Show-Ho-Ho! Here Are 32 Inspiring Museum Exhibitions to See Across the US Over the Holidays.” Artnet News, 11 June 2019.Karydes, Megy. “Los Angeles Nonprofit Is Using Food And Art To Offer New Experiences, Facilitate Deeper Discussions.” Forbes, 22 Apr. 2019.Ludel, Wallace. “Brooklyn Academy of Music Opens Its First Gallery for Visual Art.” The Art Newspaper, 1 Nov. 2019.Quinn, Anna. “SEE: Brooklyn Academy Of Music Opens First Visual Arts Gallery.” Fort Greene-Clinton Hill, NY Patch, 8 Nov. 2019.“Olympian Tommie Smith Revisits Protest Legacy in New Film and Exhibition This Fall at San José Museum of Art.” ArtfixDaily, 4 Sept. 2019.Passy, Charles. “Brooklyn Academy of Music Set to Open Art Gallery.” The Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones & Company, 4 Nov. 2019.Stromberg, Matt. “Three Artists Engage with the Layered History of LA's Grand Central Market.” Hyperallergic, 13 Nov. 2019.Taylor, Robert. “New Edgier Exhibits Find Bay Area Museums Confronting the World.” The Mercury News, 10 Sept. 2019.Telusma, Blue. “The Power Of The Fist: 50 Year Anniversary of Tommie Smith's Olympic Protest.” TheGrio, 28 Sept. 2019.Wong, Pamela. “Brooklyn Academy of Music Opens BAM Strong And 2019 Next Wave Festival.” BKLYNER, 17 Oct. 2019.2018Bates, Daniel. “Life-Altering Protests as Relevant Today as They Were 50 Years Ago.” The National, The National, 17 Oct. 2018.Bernucca, Carolyn. “Jesse Williams' Latest App Is More Than a Game-It's For the Culture.” Complex, 1 June 2018.Brumback, Kate. “Exhibition Reflects on 1968 Olympic Protest and Its Legacy.” Daily, Local and Breaking News for McHenry County, Illinois - Northwest Herald, 29 Sept. 2018.Feaster, Felicia. “Review: Political Protest the Focus of High Museum's 'With Drawn Arms'.” Ajc, For 2 Oct. 2018.Kay, Christin. “Glenn Kaino and the Art of Hope.” Aspen Public Radio, 26 Mar. 2018.Kinsella, Eileen. “As the NFL Cracks Down on Protest, the High Museum Celebrates an Historic Act of Athlete Activism.” Artnet, 24 May 2018.Kunitz, Daniel. “What Political Artists and Protesting Athletes Have in Common.” Artsy, February 2Saletnik, Jeffrey. “Glenn Kaino.” Artforum, February 1LaSane, Andrew. “Tommie Smith's Iconic Protest Salute Immortalized in Gold by Glenn Kaino.” Colossal, 26 June 2018.“Raised Fist: Tommie Smith and His ‘Moment of Truth’ at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics.” CBS News, CBS Interactive, 28 Oct. 2018.Roddy, Tom. “Olympic Sprinter and Civil Rights Activist Tommie Smith Remembers Black Power Salute 50 Years On.” The Sun, The Sun, 16 Oct. 2018.Root, Tik. “The Man Who Raised a Fist, 50 Years Later.” The Atlantic, Atlantic Media Company, 20 Sept. 2018.Schube, Sam, and Photography by Matteo Mobilio. “Derek DelGaudio's Genre-Bending Magic Show Will Make You Feel Things.” GQ, 16 July 2018.Sega-Reeder, Maria. “A 'Shout' for Action at the CAC.” CityBeat Cincinnati, 20 Feb. 2018,Seymour, Lee. “Backed By Red Sox Chairman, Illusionist Derek DelGaudio Generates Wonder and Profit.” Forbes, 13 Feb. 2018.Smith, Kelundra, and Myrydd Wells. “High Museum's Latest Exhibition, ‘With Drawn Arms," Speaks to #TakeAKnee and #BlackLivesMatter.” Atlanta Magazine, 2 Oct. 2018.Sparks, Cassidy. “The High Museum of Art Celebrates Tommie Smith and the Power of Protest.” Rolling Out, 3 Oct. 2018.Staff, Neighbor. “High Exhibit Examines Smith's Iconic Olympic Salute.” MDJOnline.com, 25 Oct. 2018.Valentine, Victoria L. “Amid Rising Calls for Social Justice in America, the Clenched Fist Is Appearing in Artwork and Museums.” Culture Type, 23 Oct. 2018.Worthy, Patrice. “The High's Latest Exhibit Reinterprets The 1968 Olympic Protest.” 90.1 FM WABE, 3 Oct. 20182017Cole, Rachel T. “Glenn Kaino on Reconsidering the Everyday.” The Creative Independent, 10 November 2017.Davis, Ben. “Searching for Meaning (aka Art Trends) at the 2017 Armory Show.” Artnet, March 2Ames, Amelia. “5 Show-Stopping Sculptures from the Armory Show 2017.” Artspace, March 2Dean, Will. “Desert X: Art Blooms Across the Valley with 16 Artists.” The Desert Sun, February 23Gerber, Lance. “Desert X Art Installations – In Pictures” The Guardian, February 28Gerlis, Melanie. “Political Art Prominent in Miami.” Financial Times, Financial Times, 1 Dec. 2017.Goldstein, Caroline. “Total Eclipse of the Art: Matthew Day Jackson Organized a Celestial-Themed Exhibition in Wyoming.” Artnet, August 21Jones, Isa. “Observatories.” Jackson Hole News & Guide, August 9Knight, Christopher. “International Art Invades the Suburban Coachella Valley: The best of ‘Desert X’.” Los Angeles Times, March 9Legaspi, Althea. “John Legend to Produce Olympics Human Rights Salute Documentary.” Rolling Stone, October 5Martinez, Alanna. “Jackson Hole Prepares for Total Eclipse of the Sun With Interactive Art Show.” New York Observer, August 18Maurer, Daniel. “‘Desert X’ Plants Richard Prince and Other Artists in the Middle of Nowhere.” Bedford + Bowery, February 27Nelson, Steffie. “Meet the Artists Behind Desert X, the New Biennial Taking Place Alongside Coachella.” W Magazine, January 18Ohanesian, Liz. “Desert X Has Turned the Coachella Valley into an Open-Air Art Gallery.” LA Weekly, February 28Patten, Dominic. “John Legend & Jesse Williams To EP 1968 Olympics Protest Salute Documentary.” Deadline, Deadline, 6 Oct. 2017.Pennick, Bailey. “Desert X Is the Coachella for Art Lovers.” Red Bull, Red Bull, 31 May 2020.Trout, Christopher. “A Mirror Exposes AI’s Inherent Flaws in ‘Untrained Eyes.’” Engadget, November 9Ward, Maria. “House Party on Hudson: Navigating the Art World With The Cultivist on Its Anniversary.” Vogue, Vogue, 25 May 2017.2016Colacello, Bob. "The Lure of LACMA." Vanity Fair, December 2016.Herriman, Kat. “Kansas City’s Grand Arts Releases a Book on 20 Years of Art, Science, and Tech.” The Creators Project, 27 August 2016.Lee, Chris. “Jesse Williams is Shaking Up the Tech Game.” Complex Magazine, 3 November 2016.Pes, Javier. “Space Oddity on Collins Avenue.” The Art Newspaper, 1 December 2016.Rosen, Miss. “Art Basel in Miami Beach / This is ‘Ground Control’ to Collins Park.” Crave, 7 December 2016.Shaw, Punch. “Artist Glenn Kaino brings ‘performance’ art to Modern.” Fort Worth Star Telegram, 4 February 2016.Shore, Arden. “A Tour through Space with LA Artist Glenn Kaino.” Citizine, 18 July 2016.Stryker, Mark. “Culture Lab Detroit to explore the ‘walls’ between us.” Detroit Free Press, 25 June 2016.Sutton, Benjamin. “All Is Not as It Seems in Art Basel Miami Beach’s Sculpture Park.” Hyperallergic, 1 December 2016.Vankin, Deborah. “Desert X marks its spot for Coachella 2017 art exhibition.” Los Angeles Times, 21 April 2016.2015Abeln, Tracy. “Glenn Kaino parks his dazzling Tank at Grand Arts.” The Pitch, 5 May 2015.Baumgardner, Julie. “The Winners and Losers of Armory Week 2015.” Artsy Editorial, 8 March 2015.Bookhardt, D. Eric. “Review: Prospect.3 at the Contemporary Arts Center.” Gambit, 5 January 2015.Cateforis, David. “Vibrant Sea Life Comes to KC’s Grand Arts in Glenn Kaino’s ‘Tanks’ Exhibit.” The Kansas City Star, 9 May 2015.Dunne, Susan. “'Seven Deadly Sins' At Seven Museums In CT, NY.” Courant.com, 8 July 2015.Gat, Orit. "Armory Show and Independent." Art Agenda, 6 March 2015.Hawkins, Seth. “Building Bridges: Glenn Kaino.” Artillery, 5 May 2015.Hegert, Natalie. “Glenn Kaino // Honor Fraser.” The Seen, 10 February 2015.Hegert, Natalie. “Your Guide to Navigating Los Angeles Art Event on This Very Important Weekend.” ARTslant, 29 January 2015.Hersh, Allison. “Art & Soul: Jepson Exhibit Showcases the 1990s.” Savannah Now, 21 June 2015.Johnson, Brent. “Come As You Are to Montclair Museum’s Exhibition of 90s Art.” Jersey Arts, 10 February 2015.Jovanovic, Rozalia. "Rozalia Jovanovic's Top 10 Booths at the Armory Show 2015." Artnet News, 6 March 2015.Miranda, Carolina A. “Object Lesson: A space-time wormhole by Glenn Kaino at Honor Fraser.” Los Angeles Times, 27 January 2015.Monroe, Kristopher. “Jepson Opens ‘Come As You Are: Art of the 1990s.” Do Savannah, 8 June 2015.Orel, Gwen. “Montclair Art Museum presents Come As You Are: Art of the 1990s.” The Montclair Times, 12 February 2015.Raj, Noora. “The 10 Coolest Things We Saw at New York City’s Art Week.” InStyle, 10 March 2015.Thorson, Alice. “Kemper’s ‘Piece by Piece’ leads the way in 2015’s visual arts.” The Kansas City Star, 5 January 2015.Yablonsky, Linda. “Spring Forward.” Artforum, 6 March 2015.2014“The Agenda: This Week in New York.” Art in America, 25 March 2014.Arneson, Krystin. “Glenn Kaino’s ‘Burning Boards’ Candle Chess Performance Illuminates the Possible at the World Chess Hall of Fame.” Alive Magazine, September 2014.Baginski, Laura. “Art Basel: Time Out International Picks.” Time Out Hong Kong, 14 May 2014.Baumgardner, Julie. “Must-See Projects at Prospect New Orleans, a Citywide Art Biennial.” The New York Times Style Magazine, 24 October 2014.Binlot, Ann. “Artist Glenn Kaino On Ferguson, Equality And Tommie Smith’s Iconic Salute.” Forbes, 16 September 2014.Binlot, Ann. “The Highlights of Prospect.3: New Orleans Hosts a Global Art Exhibition.” Forbes, 14 November 2014.Bloomingdale, Natalie, Marisa Gluck, Shontel Horne, Abigail Stone, and Marieke Trielhard. “Arts and Power: The Illusionist.” Angeleno, December 2014.Bodick, Noelle. “Glenn Kaino on Art’s ‘Infinite Possibility’ to Incite Social Change.” Artspace, October 31Boucher, Brian. “Shaquille O’Neal, George Lucas Add Luster to Expo Chicago VIP Preview.” Art in America, 20 September 2014.Bradley, Paige K. “500 Words: Glenn Kaino discusses his latest installation for Prospect New Orleans.” Artforum, 24 October 2014.Braverman, Emily. “World Chess Hall of Fame.” The Globe, 15 September 2014.Bryant, Eric. “In the Studio.” Blouin Art + Auction, 27 November 2014.“Cage and Kaino: Pieces and Performances” opens at the World Chess Hall of Fame.” Artdaily, 9 May 2014.Capps, Kriston. “Are 25 Temporary Installations Too Scattershot for the Money?” Washington City Paper, 18 September 2014.Che, Jenny. “Miami Beach’s Bass Museum of Art Looks at Gold.” Wall Street Journal, 8 August 2014.“A Closer Look at the Biennial.” The Art Newspaper, October 2014.“Contemporary Public Art is Coming to the Capital.” DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, 21 April 2014.Cooper, Annelise. “5×5 Brings a Burst of Public Art to DC.” Blouin ArtInfo, 4 September 2014.Cooper, Ashton. “LA Taps Glenn Kaino For Major Public Work.” Blouin ArtInfo, 2 July 2014.DelGiudice, Andy. “Art Itinerary: 5x5.” Brightest Young Things, 9 September 2014.Evans, Donna. “New Designs, Including Archway Stairs, for Sixth Street Bridge.” Los Angeles Downtown News, 2 July 2014.Frank, Priscilla. “New Orleans Biennial ‘Prospect 3’ Leads The Way In Art World Diversity.” Huffington Post, 24 October 2014.Green, Jared. “5 x 5: A Powerful Commentary on Gentrification in Washington, D.C.” The Dirt, 9 September 2014.Howe, Holly. “Highlights from Art Basel Hong Kong 2014.” Complex, 16 May 2014.Hughes, Sarah Anne. “Map: Where To See 5x5’s Public Art This Weekend.” DC Ist, 5 September 2014.Indrisek, Scott. “Glenn Kaino’s Balancing Act in Chicago.” Blouin Artinfo, 23 September 2014.Jerauld, Brian. “On Chess: New Shows at World Chess Hall of Fame Include Burning Boards.” St. Louis Public Radio, 8 May 2014.Kinsella, Eileen. “Glenn Kaino Is Inspired As Much by Ferguson As A Bottle Of Opus One.” Artnet news, 24 October 2014.Koerner, Lindsay. “The Man Behind Prospect.3.” NolaVie, 27 October 2014.Laster, Paul. “Prospect.3: Notes for Now in New Orleans.” Whitehot Magazine, November 2014.Loos, Ted. “In New Orleans, a Biennial on the 3-Year Plan.” New York Times, 23 October 2014.Miranda, Carolina A. “From Tahrir Square to Ferguson, artist Glenn Kaino’s rocks of protest.” Los Angeles Times, 22 September 2014.Peterson, Macauley. “Chess and Art.” A Tempo Magazine, 5 July 2014.Pobric, Pac. “A piece of Ferguson protests come to Chicago.” The Art Newspaper, 18 September 2014.“Progress moves forward on plans for Sixth Street Bridge.” Los Angeles Wave, 3 July 2014.Risolute, Maria Avila. “Prospect 3: Interview with Franklin Sirmans.” THE SEEN, November 2014.“SEE: The Art of Marine Life.” Interview, October 2014.Small, Rachel. “Glenn Kaino, On Concepts and Coral.” Interview, November 2014.Stamler, Hannah. “Military Machines Become Coral Reefs In Glenn Kaino’s ‘Tank’.” The Creators Project, 28 October 2014.Sutton, Benjamin. “Punchy 5x5 Public Art Project Electrifies Washington DC.” Artnet News, 9 October 2014.Stalker, Anna. “The World Chess Hall of Fame Attracts... Hip-hop and Fashion Lovers?” stlcurator, 16 July 2014.Sutton, Benjamin. “Artist Glenn Kaino Lands LA Bridge Commission.” ArtNet, 2 July 2014.Tschida, Anne. “Bass Museum’s 50th Anniversary Exhibit is All About History’s Favorite Precious Metal.” Miami Herald, 15 November 2014.Uyeda, Gan. “By Art Is Created That Great Leviathan: Glenn Kaino at Kavi Gupta.” ARTslant, 18 September 2014.Vankin, Deborah. “Cesar Garcia’s the Mistake Room opens in downtown L.A.” The LA Times, 18 January 2014.Viveros-Fauné, Christian. “The 50 Most Exciting Artists of 2014.” Artnet, 29 December 2014.Viveros-Fauné, Christian. “Glenn Kaino: Leviathan, at Kavi Gupta.” ArtReview, December 2014.Viveros-Faune, Christian. “Prospect.3 Train Its Eye Provocatively On the Art World’s Social Fallings.” Artnet, 29 October 2014.Watson, Simon. “78 Hours on the Los Angeles Art Scene.” The Huffington Post, 18 June 2014.Weinman, Sarah. “Exhibit features portraits of chess grandmasters.” St. Louis Jewish Light, 31 July 2014.“The World Chess Hall of Fame celebrates art and chess with Glenn Kaino’s The Burning Boards.” artdaily.org, September 2014.“World Chess Hall of Fame Debuts Two Groundbreaking Exhibitions May 8.” I Want Pop, 5 May 2014.Yablonsky, Linda. “Bright Prospects.” Artforum, 31 October 2014.Zhong, Fan. “Glenn Kaino’s Social Experiment.” Wmagazine, 18 September 2014.2013Binlot, Ann. “1968 Black Power Salute: From High Emotion to High Art.” Al Jazeera America, 27 September 2013.Burns, Charlotte. “A Sneak Peek at Prospect.3.” The Art Newspaper, 6 December 2013.Butt, Ameera. “Get Ready to Glow.” Santa Monica Daily Press, 24 September 2013.Castelli, Stefano. “Biennale de Lione: l’arte racconta il mondo.” Artribune, 26 September 2013.MacBride, Melissa. “Thousands enjoy ‘Glow’ art festival in Santa Monica.” KABC-TV Los Angeles, 28 September 2013.Meissirel, Thierry, “La Biennale de Lyon raconte le monde : grave mais pas désenchanté,” Le Progres, 12 September 2013.Michals, Susan. “It’s No Mistake: The Mistake Room Launches as a Landmark Art Organization in Los Angeles.” The Huffington Post, 17 October 2013.Momin, Shamim “(Artist) Lunchtime Poll: Glenn Kaino.” Artsy, 24 September 2013.“Santa Monica Basks in the After-Glow.” Sacramento Bee, 1 October 2013.“The Voyage, or Three Years at Sea Part VI.” Art & Education, 25 September 2013.2012Campbell, Clayton. “Glenn Kaino Honor Fraser – Los Angeles.” Flash Art, May/June 2012.“Glenn Kaino Adds Magic To Maps In Exhibition At The Honor Fraser.” The Huffington Post, January 2012.Melrod, George. “News.” Art Ltd., March- April 2012.Myers, Holly. “Art Review: Glenn Kaino at Honor Fraser.” Los Angeles Times, January 19Time Out Israel, January 18, 2012: 85.Myers, Holly. “Charting Another Direction.” Los Angeles Times, December 20 2012.Schad, Ed. "Glenn Kaino: Bring Me The Hands of Piri Reis." Art Review, March 2012.“Smithsonian Announces Nominees for Contemporary Artist Award.” Auction Central News, 7 August 2012.2011“Art Public: Art Basel Miami Beach to Transform Collins Park with a Record 24 Public Art Works.” Artdaily, 10 November 2011.Berardini, Andrew. “California Dreamin’.” Artforum, 7 February 2011.Baum, Gary. “The Conjurers.” Angeleno, June 2011.Duray, Dan. “China Chow Sawed in Half at the Kitchen.” Gallerist NY, 6 October 2011.“The Kitchen Presents Special Collection of Works From A. Bandit Experiments From The [Space] Between, Featuring the Artist Glenn Kaino and Magician Derek DelGaudio.” Evolutionary Media Group, September 2011.Kunitz, Daniel. “Kitbashing the Universe: An Artist’s Conceptual Remixes.” Modern Painters, December 2011: 50-51.Lindsay, Arto and Tiravanija, Rirkrit. “Present Trespass: A Parade Along Broadway in Downtown Los Angeles.” West of Rome Public Art, September 2011.Lovick, John. “Inception Connection.” Magic, February 2011.Ma, Amy. “A.Bandit Performs Magic Act ‘A Walk Through China’ at LAXART’s Annex –Launch Party 2/6/11.” Brand X, 6 February 2011Mohseni, Yasmine. “Now You See Him…” The Art Newspaper, October, 22 September 2011: 48.“A Night of Magic at LAXART’s Annex Space in Hollywood.” ForYourArt, 8 February 2011.Solis, Baby. “The Gold Piece: Wands – Glenn Kaino.” Milenio, 13 June 2011.Wagley, Catherine. “Peter Voulkos, Can I Have Your Autograph?” LA Weekly. 2011.Wallin, Yasha. “Oh, Oh, It’s Magic”. Paper Magazine, 18 November 2011.2010Buckley, Annie, “Critic’s Picks: Glenn Kaino.” Artforum, October 2010.Earhart, Blanka. “From Los Angeles: Safe/Vanish.” Art Practical, November 2010.“Glenn Kaino: Safe/Vanish at LAXART Los Angeles.” Vernissage, 1 October 2010.“Glenn Kaino: Safe/Vanish at LAXART, LA: Part of 5th Anniversary Year Programming.” Easthong.com, October 2010.Finkel, Jori. “Artist Conjures Up a Bag of Tricks Full of Imagery.” Los Angeles Times, 23 September 2010.Lovick, John. “Comings & Goings.” Magic, September 2010.“Limelight Out & About.” Los Angeles Confidential, September 2010.Korek, Bettina. “LAXART Celebrates Its 5th Anniversary.” Huffington Post, 8 July 2010.“LAXART Fêtes Artist Glenn Kaino.” Artinfo, 6 May 2010.“LAXART Glenn Kaino Secret Gathering at the Magic Castle Hosted By Phil Lord and“We Love Art.” Paper, April 2010.Firstenberg, Lauri. “GLENN KAINO: Safe/Vanish.” LAXART. 2010.2009Murphy, Ries. “The Fishbowl Carnival: Glenn Kaino & Ryan Majestic @ The Slipper Room.” Bombsite, 20 November 2009.2008Holohan, Meghan. “Kinetic Energy.” Carnegie, Summer 2008.Mizota, Sharon. “Disorderly Conduct: Recent Art in Tumultuous Times.” Los Angeles Times, 10 February 2008.Nishi, Dennis. “Glenn Kaino, Co-founder, President Uber.com.” Wall Street Journal, 20 July 2008.Nishimura, Rachel. “OCMA's Exhibit Criticizes 'Tumultuous Times'.” Weekly Hornet, 13 February 2008.Thomas, Ben. “Uber Me!” H, August 2008.Shaw, Kurt. “Industrial Art Project Deserved Funding Nod.” Pittsburg Tribune-Review, 27 July 2008.Thomas, Mary. “City Receives $1 Million in Art For Its Birthday.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 10 July 2008.Thomas, Mary. “L.A. Artist’s Work Transforms at Warhol Museum.” Pittsburgh Post- Gazette, 16 July 2008.Zlatos, Bill. “‘Transformer’ Statue to Join 250th Party.” Pittsburg Tribune-Review, 10 July 2008.Zlatos, Bill. “Four Arts Projects Pegged to City’s 250th Birthday.” Pittsburg Tribune- Review, 9 July 2008.2007“Artists on Spirituality.” ArtAsiaPacific, January 2007: 86.Bartley, Christopher. “Check Mates.” V, February 2007: 23.Herbert, Martin. “Africa in the Present Tense.” Modern Painters, June 2007: 81.Firstenberg, Lauri. “Ninjas and Pirates, Revolution and Revolution.” Art Papers (March/April 2007): 40-44.Goddard, Dan. “L.A. Artist Plays with Time.” San Antonio Express News, 22 April 2007.Gupta, Anjali. “Glenn Kaino + Robert Pruitt + Katja Strunz.” Art Papers, May/June 2007: 73.Shahade, Jennifer. “Chess on Fire.” United States Chess Federation, 22 February 2007.2006Campagnola, Sonia. “Focus Los Angeles.” Flash Art, January/February 2006.“Future of Content.” Tokion, February/March 2006: 94–99.Smith, Roberta. “A Melange of Asian Roots and Shifting Identities.” The New York Times, September 8, 2006: 27, 29.2005“Art Opening.” Flavorpill, 18 November 2005.Hart, Hugh. “Fists Flying in Goodwill.” Los Angeles Times, 1 January 2005.McLaren, Brittany. “Martial Arts Art Mix Is Electric.” Daily Trojan, 1 February 2005.Stillman, Nick. “Glenn Kaino.” Artforum, 15 November 2005.2004Hoban, Phoebe. “And, of Course, There’s the Art.” The New York Times, 14 March 2004.Gouveia, Georgette. “Material World.” The Journal News, 12 March 2004.McNally, Whitney. “Next Hollywood.” Details, April 2004.Martens, Anne. “Bounce: Mark Bradford and Glenn Kaino.” Flash Art, March/April 2004.Plagens, Peter. “Art’s ‘Star Search’.” Newsweek, 22 March 2004.2003Cotter, Holland. “Art In Review: Glenn Kaino.” The New York Times, 31 October 2003.“Glenn Kaino.” The New Yorker, November 2003: 21.Joo, Eungie. “Features: Revolutions Per Minute.” ArtAsiaPacific, October 2003.Kennedy, Brian. “CHOICES Cover.” Village Voice, 15–21 October 2003.Kim, Christine Y. “Black Belt.” The Studio Museum in Harlem, October 2003.Kim, Christine Y. "Color Blind.” V, March/April 2003.Laster, Paul. “Glenn Kaino.” Tema Celeste, July/August 2003.Levi–Strauss, David. "Glenn Kaino." Artforum, Summer 2003.Levin, Kim. “Art; Glenn Kaino.” Village Voice, October 2003: 22–28.Mizota, Sharon. “Tactics of the Future: Glenn Kaino.” Nikkei Heritage, 2003: 13.Sirmans, Franklin. “Glenn Kaino.” Time Out New York, 24 April 2003.Smith, Roberta. “A Cornucopia of Cultural Exchange.” The New York Times, 28 November 2003.Stern, Steven. “Karate Kids.” Time Out New York, 4 September 2003.Vogel, Carol. “More Eyes on the Mix for Whitney Biennial.” The New York Times, 27 October 2003."Voice Choices." Village Voice, 18 June 2003.Wolfram, Laura. “Northern Frontier.” Stretcher, 23 March 2003.“This Week’s Flavor.” Flavorpill, 18 March 2003.2001Campbell, Clayton. “Glenn Kaino.” Flash Art, March/April 2001: 115.Knight, Christopher. “Water is Key to Kaino Show.” Los Angeles Times, 26 January 2001: 27–28.Roth, Charlene. “Glenn Kaino.” New Art Examiner, April 2001: 56–57.1999Campbell, Clayton. “i Candy at Rosamund Felson.” Flash Art, January 1999.Ise, Claudine. “Framing the Many Possibilities of Photography in the Tech Age.” Los Angeles Times, 5 March 1999.Knight, Christopher. “The Lost World.” Los Angeles Times, 25 June 1999: 22.McGovern, Thomas. “Glenn Kaino.” Art Papers, November/December 1999: 59.1998Frank, Peter. “Art Pick of the Week.” LA Weekly, 10 July 1998: 133.Wilson, William. “Dreams, Themes in Barnsdall Exhibitions.” Los Angeles Times, 15 October 1998.1996Becker, Maki. “Art Show Focuses on Communities Along L.A. River.” Los Angeles Times, 5 March 1996: 59.Chun, Kimberly. “Japanese American Artists Question the Logic of Prejudice.” San Fransico Chronicle, 13 September 1996: 4.Harrington, Jim. “Passing the Test.” Palo Alto Weekly, 16 August 1996: 8.Kimen, Shel. “Site of the Month: FAVELA.” The Net, March 1996: 66.Kimen, Shel. “Top 10 Cherished Eye Candy Sites.” The Net, June 1996: 66.Meltzer, Julia. “17 Ways to Resharpen the Cutting Edge: Favela.” The Independent, July 1996: 27.1995Anderson, Isabell. “Finding Family Stories at the Japanese American National Museum and the Korean Museum.” Artweek, December 1995: 21.Frank, Peter. “Art Pick of the Week.” LA Weekly, 29 December 1995: 21.1994Siverman, Joy. “The Works III.” KCET, 23 June 1994.1993Frank, Peter. “Computer Art Without Wizardry.” Press Telegram, 10 October 1993: 6.