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SVA (School of Visual Arts New York), 2012, MFA Art Criticism and Writing
University of Texas at Austin, 2008, BA Studio Art

traditional, modern, conceptual, abstract, Art Criticism, contemporary, text


Stephen Noah Dillon


MFA, Art Criticism and Writing
School of Visual Arts, NY
      May 2012
BA, Studio Art
University of Texas at Austin, TX
      December 2008
Contributor to T Magazineonline       2013
Contributor to The Forgetory       2013
Contributor to Art in America online       2013 - Present
Contributor to       2013 - Present
Contributor to       2011 - Present
Editorial assistant to Paper Monument       2011 - 2012
Editorial assistant, 
Draw it with Your Eyes Closed: 
The art of the art assignment
      2011 - 2012
Critical Information
graduate student conference
Contributor to The Brooklyn Rail       2010 - Present
"A Fleeting Moment on the J Train:
Robert Janitz on his recent work”
      March 2014
‘“Some of these paintings are smarter than me’: 
Daniel Levine Talks Monochrome” 
      January 2014
“Jon Rafman at Zach Feuer”
Art in America
      January 2014
“Cold Days, Hot Paintings: A German in New York” 
Art in America online
      January 2014
“Helmut Federle: The Ferner Paintings” 
The Brooklyn Rail
      December 2013
“I Called Him Scott: An Interview with Scott Reeder”
Art in America online
      November 2013
“Dodgy Anthropology But Formally Engrossing: 
Matthew Craven and the Ancient World” 
      November 2013
“Art Matters | Two Artists, a Chevy Astro Van 
and a Statue of Michael Jackson” 
T Magazine online
      October 2013
“Paul McCarthy at Hauser & Wirth” 
The Forgetory
      September 2013
“Questions About Painting & Criticism” 
The Zephyr 
print only
      September 2013
“What is Art?” 
The Brooklyn Rail
      September 2013
“Dave Miko and Tom Thayer” 
Art in America
      June 2013
“New Technologies Don’t Always Mean 
Interesting Painting”
      May 2013
“The Promise of the Image”
      March 2013
“David Shrigley: Signs” 
The Brooklyn Rail
      March 2013
“The Craft of Looking: Drawings by Leo Steinberg” 
      February 2013
The Brooklyn Rail
      November 2012
“A Testament” GeoSlant
      May 2012
“Anonymous Tantra Paintings”
The Brooklyn Rail
      February 2012
The Brooklyn Rail
      February 2012
“Greg Drasler at Betty Cunningham” 
Degree Critical
      November 2011
“Nicola López, Landscape X: Under Construction” 
The Brooklyn Rail
      October 2011
“In Conversation with George Gittoes” 
The Brooklyn Rail
      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
      July 2011
“Abstraction Here and Now”
      July 2011
“Alchemy & Inquiry” 
The Brooklyn Rail
      June 2011
“Book Review: There Will Still be a Studio Problem” 
Degree Critical
      April 2011
“In Conversation with Jonas Mekas” 
The Brooklyn Rail
      November 2010
“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
“SOLOWAY Bazaar: One Day Only!” 
Two Coats of Paint 
Sharon Butler
      July 2012
“Art in NYC: The Art of Rap, Summer Parties, and 
ART Southampton” 
Cameron Meade
      July 2012
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