Press

(Forthcoming) Robert Atkins, ArtSpeak: A Guide to Contemporary Ideas, Movements and Buzzwords, 1945 to the Present, Abbeville Press Publishers, New York, NY, edition 25 (first published 1990)

“An art world based on social practice,” article.wn.com blog, New York, NY, Jul 4, 2013

John Spiak, “Museum Practice on Prisons - Your Prison Case Studies: Arizona State University Art Museum US,” Museumsassociation.org blog, London, England, UK, Apr 15, 2013

Lilly Lampe, “Review: More Love: Art, Politics, and Sharing since the 1990s Elides Affecting Art to Reveal new meaning,” Burnaway.org online magazine, Atlanta, GA, Apr 11, 2013

Susan Felt, “School of Art prof one of 66 artists to win Creative Capital grant,” Arizona State University News, Tempe, AZ, Feb 15, 2013

Carol Cheh, “Dialogue: John Spiak - As Director of the Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana, John Spiak blends ambitious programming, social engagement, and community outreach, to spark a vigorous dialogue.” Art Ltd Magazine, Woodland Hills, CA, Jan/Feb 2013

“Creative Capital Grants Upwards of $4-Million to 46 Projects for 2013,” In the Air: Art News & Gossip - Artinfo.com blog, New York, NY, Jan 11, 2013

“Creative Capital Announces 2013 Grantees in Emerging Fields, Literature and Performing Arts,” Creative Capital website, New York, NY, Jan 10, 2013

Ruby Lerner, “Meet Our 2013 Grantees in Emerging Fields, Literature and Performing Arts! ” Creative Capital website, New York, NY, Jan 10, 2013

Claire Schneider, “Love as a Strategic Impulse,” More Love: Art, Politics, and Sharing since the 1990s (essay in exhibition catalogue), Ackland Art Museum, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, 2013, p. 49-52

Gregory Sale and Claire Schneider, “Gregory Sale: Interview,” More Love: Art, Politics, and Sharing since the 1990s (exhibition catalogue), Ackland Art Museum, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, 2013, p. 146-147

Amy White, “Gregory Sale,” More Love: Art, Politics, and Sharing since the 1990s (essay in exhibition catalogue), Ackland Art Museum, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, 2013, p. 179-187

Peter Briggs, Just Not Yet: Dodging the Vacuum of Meaning (exhibition catalogue), Landmark Arts, Galleries of Texas TechSchool of Art, Texas TechUniversity, Lubbock, TX, 2012, p. 36-37

William Kerns, “Proulx a highlight at Western Literature Association conference: Documentary filmmaker Sherman, performance artist Sale also present,” Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, and lubbockonline.com, Lubbock, TX, Nov 3, 2012

Pete Brook, “Photos That Extend the Jailer’s Narrative: Some Thoughts on Arizona’s BestripedChain-Gangs,” Portland, OR, Jun 30, 2012

Steven Stern, “Here.” Frieze magazine, Issue 148, London, UK, Jun 2012

Tye Rabens, “What Are You Reading, Gregory Sale?” Phoenix New Times, Phoenix, AZ, May 17, 2012

Holly Myers, “John Spiak wants Grand Central Art Center to be engaged neighbor, ” Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, CA, Mar 28, 2012

John Spiak, “Connecting – Inside and Out,” Museums and Social Issues: A Journal of Reflective Discourse, Vol. 6, No. 1, p. 59-70, Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek, CA, Spring 2011 (released in February 2012)

Arthur J. Sabatini, “Museums and New Aesthetic Practices,” Museums and Social Issues: A Journal of Reflective Discourse, Rethinking Incarceration, Vol. 6, No. 1, p. 71-79, Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek, CA, Spring 2011 (released in Feb 2012)

Elizabeth Johnson, “A Mother/Daughter Distance Dance,” Museums and Social Issues: A Journal of Reflective Discourse, Rethinking Incarceration, Vol. 6, No. 1, p. 81-90, Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek, CA, Spring 2011 (released in Feb 2012)

Marjorie Schwarzer, “Introduction: The Culture of Incarceration,” Museums and Social Issues: A Journal of Reflective Discourse, Rethinking Incarceration, Vol. 6, No. 1, p. 13-14, Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek, CA, Spring 2011 (released in Feb 2012)

“Public Art in the Museum,” Public Art Review, Forecast Public Art, p. 13-14, Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN, Fall/Winter, 2011

Claire Schneider, “Greater America,” Here (essay in exhibition catalogue), p. 85-87, p. 144-145, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Museum, Philadelphia, PA, 2011

Erika Doss, “Culture Globalization and Critical Regionalism in Contemporary American Art,” Here (essay in exhibition catalogue), p. 19, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Museum, Philadelphia, PA 2011

“It’s Not Just Black AndWhite,” Inside Prison Writing Blog, Jun 23, 2011

Jes Gettler, “It's impossible to escape stories surrounding Tent City jail,” It’s not just black and white blog, Tempe, AZ, Jun 16, 2011

John Spiak, “Angela Davis, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Youth in Detention = Social Practice – It’s not just black and white,” Arizona State University Art Museum blog, Tempe, AZ, May 25, 2011

Arthur J. Sabatini, “Notes on Gregory Sale’s It’s not just black and white (Post # 1),” It’s not just black and white blog, Phoenix, AZ, May 25, 2011

Deborah Sussman, “Re-Thinking: Thinking AboutRe-Thinking,” Arizona State University Art Museum blog, Tempe, AZ, May 24, 2011

“It's Not Just Black and White - Gregory Sale: Social Studies 6 @ Arizona State University Art Museum.” AZ Media Vision blog, Phoenix, AZ, May 9, 2011

Richard Ruelas, “Inmates contribute to art installation at Arizona State University,” Arizona Republic, Phoenix, AZ, May 5, 2011, and through Associated Press in Deseret News, Salt Lake City, UT; Daily Journal, Franklin, IN; News Talk Radio, Dayton, OH; Victoria Advocate, Victoria, TX; Tri-Valley Dispatch, Florence, AZ; Greenwich Time, Greenwich, CT; and Norwalk Citizen, Norwalk, CT

Tye Rabens, “Rethinking the Museum,” The State Press, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, May 3, 2011

“Jail Time: Criminal justice system explored through art project,” Arizona State University Magazine: The Magazine of Arizona State University, Vol. 14, No. 4, Tempe, AZ, May 2011

John Spiak, “Angela Davis, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Youth in Detention = Social Practice – It’s not just black and white,” Arizona State University Art Museum blog, Tempe, AZ, Apr. 27, 2011

 “Tent City Tour,” Formal Ramblings: Thoughts on Homelessness in Arizona blog; and About Tent City blog, Phoenix, AZ, Apr 23, 2011

Judith Smith, “Activist Angela Davis poses question: Education or incarceration?” Arizona State University News, Tempe, AZ; and picked up by:  in Black Planet.com; One Planet Magazine (blog); High Beam Research blog (Chicago, IL); AZ Media Vision blog; Free Marcia Powel blog: In Memory of Marcia Powell and All Those Who Have Suffered Or Died In The Custody Of The State; Arizona Juvenile Prison Watch blog; and Arizona Prison Watch blog; Phoenix, AZ, Apr 18, 2011

 “Maricopa County Bill Montgomery and Margaret Plews in a Mental-Health-and-Criminal Justice-System Roundtable,” Survivors of Prison Violence - Arizona blog, Phoenix, AZ, Apr 16, 2011

Deborah Sussman, “Dream like you mean it: The Mother-Daughter Distance Dance — It’s not just black and white,” Arizona State University Art Museum blog, Tempe, AZ, and republished with comment in Women and Prisons blog: A Site For Resistance blog, Chicago, IL, Apr 8, 2011

 “Mother-Daughter Distance Dance in association with the project It’s not just black and white,” The Real Cost Of Prisons Weblog, Northampton, MA, Apr 8, 2011

Prison Stripes,” The Prison Arts Coalition blog, Phoenix, AZ, Spring, 2011

“Criminal Justice System Explored Through Art: It’s not just black and white is an art project that explores Arizona’s criminal justice system through the eyes of those who experience it. Artist Gregory Sale and Arizona State University Art Museum Curator John Spiak talk about the project.” José Cárdenas Horizonte - Arizona Eight, PBS, Phoenix, AZ, Mar 31, 2011

Richard Toon, “Art’s Role in Resilience Science and other Innovations in Thinking,” It’s not just black and white blog, Phoenix, AZ, Mar 28, 2011

John Spiak, “Another Active Week and the Schedule for April – It’s not just black and white,” Arizona State University Art Museum blog, Phoenix, AZ, Mar 24, 2011

 “It’s not just black and white, Gregory Sale and Arizona State University Art Museum,” The Prison Arts Coalition: Information And Resources for Those Creating Art In and Around the US Criminal Justice System, Mar 24, 2011

John Spiak, “Waiting for Release, Sentencing Reform & Welcoming Home – It’s not just black and white,” Arizona State University Art Museum blog, Tempe, AZ, Mar 14, 2011

John Spiak, “Inside & Outside – It’s not just black and white,” Arizona State University Art Museum blog, Tempe, AZ, Mar 7, 2011

Prison Stripes,” AZ Attorney: Writing on law practice in the Desert Southwest blog, Phoenix, AZ, Mar 4, 2011

Erec Tosso, “Inside/Outside Prison Writing Workshop,” It’s not just black and white blog, Phoenix, AZ, Mar 1, 2011

"It's not just black and white. Artist Gregory Sale explores the justice system in the United States (specifically in Arizona).” The YUM Initiative: Self-Design High's Student Created Online Zine, Nelson, BC, Canada Mar 1, 2011

Arthur J. Sabatini, “Notes on Gregory Sale’s It’s not just black and white (Post # 2),” It’s not just black and white blog, Phoenix, AZ, Mar 1, 2011

April Bojorquez, “Gregory Sale: It’s not just black and white,” JAVA Magazine, Phoenix, AZ, Mar 2011

Claire Lawton. “Gregory Sale and Richard Shelton Host An Inside/Outside Prison Writing Workshop at Arizona State University Art Museum.” Phoenix New Times, Phoenix, AZ, Feb 28, 2011

"It’s not just black and white - a three month artists residency focusing on incarceration in AZ and specifically Maricopa County.” The Real Cost of Prisons Weblog, Feb 23, 2011

Arthur J. Sabatini, “on Gregory Sale’s It’s not just black and white (Post # 1),” It’s not just black and white blog, Phoenix, AZ, Feb 22, 2011

John Spiak, “More Similar Than Different + Tent City Jail Tour Opportunity,” Arizona State University Art Museum blog, Tempe, AZ, Feb 21, 201

John Spiak, “Olympic Gold Medalist, Gina’s Team and PVCC Students!” Arizona State University Art Museum blog, Tempe, AZ, Feb 18, 2011

Julie Newberg, “Criminal justice system explored through art project,” Arizona State University News, and picked up by Target News Service and Media, News Wire to: The Real Cost of Prisons Weblog; And Art Slant Worldwide blog, Santé Fe, NM, Feb 17, 2011

Robrt L. Pela, print and online, “Busted: Gregory Sale considers jailbirds. Phoenix New Times, Phoenix, AZ, Feb 17, 2011.

“It's Not Just Black and White.” Ross-Blakley Law Library blog, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, Feb 16, 2011

John Spiak, “You can’t move forward until you know where you are,” Arizona State University Art Museum blog, Tempe, AZ, Feb 15, 2011

Robrt L. Pela, “Gregory Sale’s ‘It’s not just black and white,’ Phoenix New Times, Phoenix, AZ, Feb 8, 2011

“It's Not Just Black And White – Jailing Everyone.” US Law.com blog; Criminal Law Blogs, Polonia Global Fund blog; Pro-Life Blogs, and Deacon's Blog, Feb 3, 2011

Connie Brown, “It’s not just black and white: Gregory Sale (BFA).” VCU Sculpture + Extended Media, Richmond, VA, Feb 2011

“Arizona State University Art Museum: It's not just black and white: Gregory Sale-Social Studies Project 6,” Art Slant Worldwide blog, Santé Fe, NM, Feb 1, 2011

Scott Andrews, “Spotlight: Arizona Institutions,” Art Ltd Magazine, Woodland Hills, CA, Jan/Feb, 2011

John Spiak, “It’s not just black and white: Gregory Sale – Social Studies Project 6,” Arizona State University Art Museum blog, Tempe, AZ, Jan 31, 2011

Rachel Sutherland, “Artist to incorporate public in exhibit,” The State Press, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, Dec 6, 2010

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