Selected reviews, articles, and essays

Anna Dunnill, Paul Yore on the radical slowness of craft, Art Guide Australia, published 8 November (2018)

Sarah Werkmeister, Paul Yore: Your capital is at risk, TimeOut Australia, published 5 November (2018)

Elli Walsh, New Histories, Artist Profile, Australia, published 23rd April (2018)

Liam Dee, Artistic Freedom: Privilege and New Products In Against Art and Culture, Australian National University, Palgrave Macmillan, (2018)

Yukana, Paul Yore: I am addicted to a poisonous world. An artist whose colourful does not stop, Nylon Magazine, Japan, published 1st March (2018)

Zara Sigglekow, Thirteen Arist explore the opposite of hard in Soft Core, Preview In Art Guide Australia, published 29th January (2018)

Julie McLaren, Men’s business, In Romancing the skull, catalogue, Art Gallery of Ballarat, published (2017)

Adam Stapleton, All seizure great and small: Readings contentious images of minors in Japan and Australia, In The End of Cool Japan: Ethical, Legal, and Cultural Challenges to Japenese Popular Culture (Ed) Mark McLelland, Routledge, Milton Park (2017)

Melissa Loughnan, Q for Queer, In Australiana to Zeitgeist: An A to Z of Contemporary Australian Contemporary Art, Thames and Hudson, (2017)

Hannah Hayes-Westall, Cool, Calm and Clever at Sunday Art Fair, Fad Magazine, UK, published 6th October (2017)

Nate Freeman, Sunday Fair Brings Galleries from Luxembourg, Arkansas, and Elsewhere to London, Art News, New York, published 5th October (2017)

Penelope Benton, Paul Yore, The Artist Files, NAVA, published 21st September (2017)

Jane O’ Sullivan, Textiles Provoke in Can’t Touch This, Preview in Art Guide Australia, published 5th September (2017)

Mad Love, catalogue Arndt Art Agency (Ed’s) Matthias Arndt and Tiffany Wood, published A3, Berlin, Germany (2017)

Clara Tang, Mad Love, Art Asia Pacific Magazine, published July (2017)

Jens Hinrichsen, Verruckte Liebe, Kunst Stucke, Der Tagesspiegel, Berlin July, (2017)

Jennifer Ma, Mad Love for Australian Art: An Exhibition Review, Azucar Magazine and Art Gallery, Berlin, published 11th July (2017)

Varia Karipoff, Light and Energy, In Editorials, Art Guide, Australia, July (2017)

Saskia Wichert, Unsere 11 Kunsttipps Fur den Juni 2017, Mit Vergnugen, Berlin, published June (2017)

Gabriella Coslovich, Ja Bitte, The Australian Financial Review Magazine, June (2017)

Dr Christina Chau, Art Bites: Shock Art, Episode 3 Penis Power, ABC: iview (2017)

Miriam Kelly, Needlepoint of no returnSturgeon Magazine, by Artbank, Issue 6, published on the 9th March (2017)

Toni Ross, The Public Body .01, Artforum Magazine, USA, January (2017)

MC Stevens, NADA Miami Beach 2016 Happened, Arcade Project Zine, published December (2017)

Nadia Palon, Here’s How Post-Election anxiety took over art week Miami: Art fairs in the time of Election Stress Disorder, VICE: Creators, USA, published 5th December (2016)

Minhae Shim Roth, At NADA Art Fair Paul Yore’s Shocking Tapestries Dare You To Look Away, Miami New Times, December 4, 2016

Hayley Hanes, Paul Yore Lurid Dystopia, ARTKOLLECTIV 2016

Mark Holsworth, Paul Yore @ Neon Parc 2016 

Hannah Butterworth, Now we’re over the Bieber child-porn scandal, Paul Yore is fighting new battles in Australian art. I-d Magazine, 5 April 2016. 

Belinda von Mengerson, Y Fibre 2015

Michael Young, Young Australian Artists Primavera 2014, Asia Pacific web reviews, October, 2014 Magazine,

Mariam Koslay, EVERYTHING IS FUCKED, Spook Magazine, October 2, 2014

James Norman, Paul Yore: excess, frenzy and violence, Culture Art & Design in The Guardian, 03 June 2014

Tracey Clement, Mapping the World, Feature in Art Guide Australia, 07 November 2013

Stella Rosa McDonald, Be Careful how you multiply: The self as subject, Writing, Das Platform/Contemporary, 24 Nov 2013

Helen Hughes, Like Mike, Reviews, in Frieze no.157, September 2013

Andrea Bell, Melbourne’s Mike Brown Tribute, Eye Contact, 18 July 2013

Geoff Newton, Like Mike, exhibition catalogue, 112 pags

Dylan Rainforth, Space: Around the galleries: Art Stripped Bare, The Arts, The Age, Wednesday, June 12, 2013.

Robert Nelson, Everything might be f—ed, but nothing to fear, Editorials, The Age, Saturday, June 8, 2013.

Paul Yore, Everything Is Fucked; Psychedelia, Queer Identity and Uncertainty in an Antipodean Context. (Pg. 46-51). In The Body Politic, Das Superpaper (Ed. Drew Pettifer ), July, 2013.

Laura Castiagnini, BACKFLIP: Feminism and Humour in Contemporary Art. (Pg 9-19). Exhibition Catalogue.

Rachel Cook, The Phenomenon of Queer, Feature, Victoria MCV: Melbourne Community Voice, January 30, 2013.

Robert Nelson, Melbourne Art Fair, The Arts, The Age, Friday August 3, 2012.

artsHub, Melbourne Art Fair: We Love Paul Yore, Sunday August 5, 2012.

Dan Rule, Your weekend: Around the galleries: Blue And Pink Phenomenon. The Arts, The Age, Saturday, February 2, 2013.

Dan Rule, Reimagining Plato in playdough, The Arts, The Age, Wednesday April 11, 2012.

Dan Rule, Your Weekend in the galleries: Gertrude Studio Artists 2012, The Arts, The Age, Saturday, November 30, 2012.

ANTHROPOP: Paul Yore, Catalogue essay. Written by Devon Ackermann, 2011.

Yeah we’ve all been there Catalogue essay. Written by Devon Ackermann, 2011.

Penny Modra, Newer10 Review. The Arts, Visual Arts Space, The Age, Wednesday January 27, 2010.

Dan Rule, Around The Galleries; Big Rainbow Funhouse Of Cosmic Brutality, The Age, A2, Saturday August 15, 2009.

Patricia Maunder, Bowerbird man turns discards to art, The Arts, The Age, Friday, August 7, 2009.

The Big Rainbow Funhouse Of Cosmic Brutality Catalogue Essay. Written by Sue Cramer, Heide Museum Of Modern Art, 2009