Institute 193

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Emily Ludwig Shaffer at Institute 193
by Dmitry Strakovsky, Topic Magazine, April 2019

Both Celestial and Chthonian: ‘Walks to the Paradise Garden’ Marks a Valuable Addition to the History of Self-Taught Art
by Anne Doran, ArtNews, May 9, 2019

Finding Jesus On The Front Yard
by Will Matsuda, Topic Magazine, April 2019

Walks to the Paradise Garden
by the Editors of Raw Vision, Raw Vision, April 2019

A Love Note to the Quirky South
by Edward M. Gómez, Hyperallergic, March 9, 2019

‘Way Out People, Way Out There.’ Rediscovering the South’s Quirky Folk Artists
by Tom Eblen, Lexington Herald-Leader, Feb. 26, 2019

John Martin at Institute 193 (1B), New York
by the Editors of ARTnews, ARTnews, December 10, 2018

Ten Galleries Whose Founders Quit The Big City To Become Cultural Trailblazers in the Heartland
by Laura van Straaten, Vulture, November 30, 2019

“Rubbish and Dreams” in Kentucky’s Queer Archives: A Conversation with David Getsy on researching Stephen Varble
by Miriam Kienle, Under Main, November 23, 2018

‘An Antidote To Nature’s Ruin On This Heavenly Globe’ at Institute 193
by Emily Goodman, Under Main, November 18, 2019

Eddie Owens Martin’s Transformation into an Outsider Saint 
by John Yau, Hyperallergic, October 14, 2018

Institute 193 (1B) + Artist St. EOM 
by Annie Moye, Alabama Chanin Journal, October 7, 2018

I Made About 50 Millions of Tools;” An Interview with Creative Growth Artist John Martin 
by Sophia
Cosmadopoulos, Ace Hotel Blog, Nov. 05, 2018

Melissa Carter: New Masters
by Emily Goodman, Number Magazine, Winter 2018

Melissa Carter at Institute 193 in Lexington
by Heath Stiltner, Burnaway, October 10, 2018

New Masters Against Mastery
by Miriam Kienle, UnderMain, October 12, 2018

Elaine de Kooning’s Old House is Art’s New Home
by Edward M. Gómez, Hyperallergic, September 8, 2018

Fragment of Another World: Eddie Owens Martin and Pasaquan at Institute 193
by Hunter Kissel, UnderMain, June 10, 2018

Byron Smith: Cover Girls at Institute 193
by Tim Ortiz, Disparate Minds, March 21, 2018

What Can An Old Folk Song Tell Us?
by Robert Sullivan, The New Yorker, March 17, 2018

Illuminating the Underrepresented: Presenting Edward Melcarth
by Hunter Kissel, UnderMain, February 13, 2018

Rediscovering Edward Melcarth, a Gay, Communist Visionary
by Edward M. Gómez, Hyperallergic, February 10, 2018