“Upsetting the Architecture” in Monica Bonvicini. Berlinische Galerie; Kerber Art, November 2017. In German and English.
“The Opinions of Trees” in In the spring of 2017 Martin Roth published a selection of his works. Monograph. Black Dog Publishing, June 2017.
“Incomparable Theatre: The Splendid Ambiguity of Dorian Gaudin’s Machines,” in Dorian Gaudin “Rites and Aftermath” Palais de Tokyo 03.02-08.05 2017. Exhibition catalogue. Paris: Palais de Tokyo / Les presses du réel, February 2017. In French and English.
“Here There Be Dragons,” in No Shooting Stars. Exhibition catalogue for Basim Magdy. Paris: Jeu de Paume/ CAPC musée d’art contemporain de Bordeaux, October 2016. In French and English.
“An Archaeology of Omissions,” in Ștefan Sava. Monograph. Bucharest: Ivan Gallery, September 2016. In English and Romanian.
Contributions to Bill Berkson’s Invisible Oligarchs. Ugly Duckling Presse, 2016.
“In Search of the Miraculous” in Presenting the Aarons Collection: Introducing Ryan McNamara. Collectorspace, Istanbul, 2015.
Newer Tendencies: Contemporary Croatian Art in Zagreb. Aksenov Family Foundation, 2015. In English and Croatian.
“We May Have Found Our Murderer: Aslı Cavuşoğlu’s Murder in Three Acts,” in Murder in Three Acts, Aslı Cavuşoğlu and The Market Gallery, 2015, 4-19.
Art Post-Internet. Edited by Karen Archey and Robin Peckham. Spring 2014.
“Nilbar Güreş: Indoor Exercises,” in Nilbar Güreş: Who is Subject?, New York: Osmos Books, 2013. 10-25.
Vitamin D2: New Perspectives in Drawing. London: Phaidon Press, 2013. Texts by Kate Sutton include “Katarina Burin,” “Vlad Kulkov,” and “Yehudit Sasporas.”
Email Correspondence with Bill Berkson. Wandering, No. 1, January 2012, 119-122.
FIVE. Exhibition Catalogue. Moscow: BAIBAKOV art projects, 2010 and just design, 2010. In English and Russian.
Luc Tuymans: Against the Day. Exhibition Catalogue. Moscow: BAIBAKOV art projects, 2009. In English and Russian.
invasion : evasion. Exhibition Catalogue. Moscow: BAIBAKOV art projects, 2009 and Agey Tomesh/WAM, 2009. In English and Russian.
“Flight Patterns,” (on Janne Lehtinen) in Shaving the Mammoth. San Francisco Art Institute, May 2008, 10-15.