Selected Publications

(2019) ‘KINOTEKA 2019: Interview with Marlena Łukasiak, Kinoteka’s Artistic Director and Producer’, Central and Eastern European London Review (5 April). Read Here

(2019) ‘Exhibition Review: Markéta Luskačová at Tate Britain (Spotlights)’, Central and Eastern European London Review (26 March). Read Here

(2019) ‘Glass Rituals: Galerie Kuzebauch at Collect 2019 (Saatchi Gallery London)’, Central and Eastern European London Review (5 March). Read Here

(2019) ‘In Parallel: Reflections on Community’ in: Community. Exhibition Catalogue 24–27 January, Archive Gallery, London. Read here

(2017) Review of Věci a slova. Umělecký průmysl, užité umění a design v české teorii a kritice 1870-1970 (Things and Words. Art industry, applied arts and design in Czech art theory and criticism 1870–1970) at the Moravian Gallery Brno, West 86th: A Journal of Decorative Arts, Design History, and Material Culture, Spring 2017

(2016) 'The Pursuit of Exceptional Typicality: Glass-Making in Communist Czechoslovakia', Glass Circle News, Vol. 39, No. 2, Issue 141 July

(2016) Co-translator of first Czech edition of  Judith Kerr's The Tiger Who Came To Tea, Prague: Bilitera

Slashstroke Magazine (2009-2015)
Articles include 'Attempts at Structuring Transparent Mass' (2013), Review of Designblok 13, part of a research trip funded by Czech Centre London; Review of Mark Leckey's 'The Universal Addressability of Dumb Things' (De La Warr Pavilion, 2013); 'Sum of Parts: An Exploration of Portraiture', Issue 3, (2011); 'A Heritage of the New: Art on the Underground', Issue 1 (2009). 

(2013) Project Editor for Dillon, T. (ed.) The Roundel: 100 Artists Remake a London Icon, London: Art/Books. Introduced by Jonathan Glancey and featuring works and writing by 100 contemporary artists including Jeremy Deller, Cornelia Parker and Mark Wallinger

(2013) “Song Dong’s Waste Not and Bauhaus: Art as Life, Barbican Art Gallery”, Home Cultures Journal, Vol. 10, Issue 1, 75-78

(2008) Essays in Russia and Europe in the Nineteenth Century, Exh. Cat., Sphinx Fine Art

(2009) ‘No Lack of Lamentation: Helen MacAlister’, Scottish Art News, The Fleming Collection, Spring Issue

(2009) ‘Alex Hamilton: The Glenfinlas Cyanotypes’, Edinburgh Festival 2008, Scottish Art News, The Fleming Collection, Spring Issue, 2009

(2005) Threshold, Exh. Cat., Perth Concert Hall (Edinburgh)

(2005) A Landscape Symphony in 22 Movements, Exh. Cat. Alex Hamilton & Richard Ashrowan