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Tim Doud, Zoë Charlton, Editors, Out of Place: Artist Pedagogy and Purpose, Published by Punctum Books, November 2021 


Tim Doud, Zoë Charlton, an original, sort of: Collaborative and Co-working Models, The Routledge Companion to Art and Activism in the Twenty-First Century

Edited by Lesley Shipley, Mey-Yen Moriuchi, Routledge,  2022


Tim Doud, Zoë Charlton, The Artist as Cultural Producer: Living and Sustaining a Creative Life, Tim Doud, Zoë Charlton (essay),

Edited by Sharon Louden, Intellect Books, London, England, Distributed by University of Chicago Press, 2017


Tim Doud on Toulouse-Lautrec, Heffernan, Julie and Wagner, Virginia (Editors), Painters on Painting, Brooklyn, NY




Lawson, Alexandra and McLean, Tarn, Raygun Projects 2011-2019: An Art Space, ‘sindikit, Zoe Charlton, Tim Doud, Raygun Projects, Blurb Books, London, UK, San Francisco, CA, 2020


Farley, Michael Anthony, Artist-Run: Ten Alternative Baltimore Art Spaces, BmoreArt, October 28, 2019


Lefrak, Mikaela D.C. Artists Strike Deal To Open Affordable Studio Space In Northeast, WAMU, October 21, 2019


Farley, Michael Anthony, Friday Gallery Round Up, The Parlour, Mono Practice, ICA Baltimore, BmoreArt, October 18, 2019


Bahrampour, Tara, A warehouse of their own: D.C. artists launch a co-working and exhibition space, Washington Post, Washington, DC, October 11, 2019


American Art, ‘sindikit Brings Global Perspective to KickArts, Cairns Post, Cairns, Australia, March 11, 2019


Von Palk, Juno, Artists Zoë Charlton and Tim Doud Provide Outlet for Creatives, Home / Features, The Al State, Austin Peale State University, Tennessee, February, 4, 2019

Hoffer, Audrey, In some neighborhood art is bigger than ever, Washington Post, Audrey Hoffer, July 12, 2018


Capps, Kriston, New Artist Space STABLE Eyes Opening, Seeks Artists To Fill Space, Washington City Paper, June 29, 2018


Rudig, Stephanie, Cohen, Matt, Local Artists Respond to D.C.'s Comprehensive Cultural Plan, Washington City Paper, April 26, 2018


Chris Collier, The Artist as Culture Producer: Living and Sustaining a Creative Life,CAA Reviews,College Art Association, NY, NY


Kelly, John, Four buildings in Crystal City are covered in bright fabric. Why? Washington Post, April 9, 2018


Bahrampour, Tara,These prominent artists aim to change the District’s reputation as no place for artists, Washington Post, January 28, 2018


Anderson, John, The Year in Galleries, Our art critics pick their favorite exhibitions in 2017, Tim Doud: Parthenogenesis at Curator’s Office, Washington City Paper, Washington, DC, December 29, 2017, Museums, Page 18 


Jenkins, Mark, In the Galleries: Tim Doud takes a tactile turn, Washington Post, Museums, review, October 27, 2017


Capps, Kriston, A New Artist Space is Coming to Eckington, Washington City Paper, October 26, 2017


Sausley, Lee The Art of Portraits, KRISTV, Corpus Christi, TX, June 18, 2017


Jenkins, Mark, In the Galleries: Four Curators Share One Spotlight, Washington Post, Museums, review, Tim Doud, March 17, 2017


Davis, Genie, Walter Maciel Gallery Shines with Politics and Poetry, Art and Cake, Los Angeles, CA, February 5, 2017


Saint Brian, Smithsonian portrait exhibition now at the Tacoma Art Museum, K5NEWS, Tacoma, Washington, February, 10, 2017


Glemans, Gayle, “At Tacoma Art Museum, portraits that reach out and touch you”, The Seattle Times, Visual Arts, Seattle Washington, February 8, 2017


Kussatz, Simone, Editorial Recommendation, “With Liberty and Justice for Some”, Visual Art Source, Los Angeles, CA, February, 2017 


Lasarow, Bill, Editorial: Features, The Real Inauguration Day, Editor’s Roundtable, Visual Art Source, Los Angeles, CA, February, 2017


”Pleasant, Amy, Artists’ Mobilize: With Liberty and Justice for Some…An Exhibition Honoring Immigrants,Huffington Post, January 19, 2017

Jenkins, Mark, In the galleries: An impressive overview of D.C.’s artists at I Street, Washington Post, Washington, August, 26, 2016


Jenkins, Mark, Not all right angles in ‘Geometrix: Line, Form, Subversion’, Museums, Washington Post, Washington, DC, March, 4, 2016


Butler, Sharon, Geometric Abstraction update in DC, Two Coats of Paint, New York, NY, February, 29, 2016


Louden, Sharon, Artist-Run @ Satellite in Miami, Two Coats of Paint, New York, NY, December 6, 2015


Butcher, Dewayne, Zoë and Tim Like Each Other, BMoreArt, Baltimore, MD, Feature Story, September 12, 2015


Natalia Lara Díaz-Berrio, ENG – Portraits about fabricated identiy: Tim Doud (United States), ArtFacto.Today, July, 2015


Heffernan, Julie, Wagner, Virginia  (Editors), Tim Doud on Toulouse-Lautrec, Painters on Painting, Brooklyn, NY, July 2015


Manolo, Isabel, Tim Doud/ Washington, DC, TSV, Berlin, Germany, June, 2015


Jenkins, Mark, In the Galleries: A painters progress revealed, Locally Sourced, Washington Post, February, 27, 2015


McCabe, Bret, From Sea to Shining CSA, Politics Crop Up in Locally Sourced Art, Hyperallergic, March 11, 2015


Iacovone, Michael Dax, Do You Know Where Your Art Comes From, BMoreArt, March 2, 2015


Ingebretsen, Ed, The Rodney Paintings (catalog), New Bedford Museum of Art, New Bedford, MA, 2014


Amussen, Laura, Virilit-HE, The Silber Art Gallery, Goucher College, Baltimore, MD (catalog) Pgs. 10, 11 April /May 2014


Butler, Sharon, The Portrait Tradition, Two Coats of Paint, NY, NY, June 9, 2013


Davis, Robert Aubry, Dunlap, Bill, Winant, Peter, WETA, PBS, WETA around Town, Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition, Aired 7/5/13


Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition Exhibition, The Smithsonian Institute, National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC, 2013, Cover Illustration and page 47,


Kennicott, Philip, Persons of Interest, Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition 2013, Washington Post, Washington, DC, March 23, 2013


Farley, Michael, Baltimore OUTloud, Dimentions, “Post-Artscape Gallery Going”, July 27, 2012


Butler, Sharon, Two Coats of Paint, “From the DC Art Community: Tim Doud and Zoe Charlton”, February 15, 2012


Dijkstra, Bram, Naked, The Nude in America, “Tim Doud”, Pgs., 464, 466, Rizzoli International Publications, 2010,


Butler, Sharon, Two Coats of Paint, “Profile, Tim Doud”,  October 27, 2009


Preuss, Sebastian, Berliner Zeitung, Kultur, “Die Wahre Moderne Kennt Keinen Eisernin Vorhand”, May 11, 2008


Stiller, Von Veit, Berliner Morgenpost, Berlin, Germany, Kultur, “Brusberg Macht Den Laden Dicht”, February 25, 2008


Noack, Bernd, Artelab, Firenze, Italy, “Zeitsprung – Die Leizre Ausstellung Der Galerie Brusberg”, (image included) February 24, 2008


Campello, F. Lennox, Mid Atlantic Art News, Washingotn, DC, “In the Flesh” (review), September 17, 2007


Washington Post, Washington, DC, “Fall Visual Arts Preview, Critics Choice” (“In the Flesh”) Spetember 9, 2007


Valente, Fernanda, Des Arts Es Plasticas, Lisbon, Portugal, “4ª e última Mostra de obras expostas na Feira Internacional de Basel na Suíça – Pintura”, July 26, 2007


Brusberg, Deiter, Edition Brusberg Berlin, (catalog). Berlin, Germany, Brusberg in Basel 2007…, June 13-17, 2007, page 90


ARTINFO, New York, NY, “AI Eye: Editors’ Picks of Art for Sale”, January 17, 2007


Art Basel 37, (Catalog), Basel, Switzerland, “Tim Doud, Prime Outlets”, Two color images, June 14-18, 2006, Pages 90-91


Berliner Zeitung, Berlin, Germany, “Die Kabinettstucke des Amerikaners Tim Doud”, September 7, 2006


Vestelll, Anemone, Werner Tommen, ARTINSIGHT, (Catalog) Berlin, Germany, September 30 – October 2, 2006 Pages 14, 15


Bode, Ursula,  Edition Brusberg Berlin, (catalog). Berlin, Germany, “Tim Doud, Prime Outlets, oder die Suche nach der Identitat”, Brusberg in Basel 2006… June 14-18, 2006 and  September 2-October 21, 2006, Pages 3, 86-111.


Brusberg, Deiter, Edition Brusberg Berlin, (catalog). Berlin, Germany, Brusberg in Basel 2006… June 14-18, 2006 and  September 2-October 21, 2006, Pages 107,108.


Brusberg, Deiter. Edition Brusberg Berlin (catalog). Berlin, Germany. Bella Figura. May 24 –3, 2004, Pages 44-56.


Brusberg, Deiter. Edition Brusberg Berlin (catalog). Berlin, Germany. Brusberg in Basel 2004, June 11-16, 2004. Pages 90, 91.


Berliner Morganpost. Berlin, Germany. “GuteFigu, Funf Positionen zur Gegenstandliche Maleriei.” May 19, 2004.


Berliner Zeitung, Berlin, Germany, Kulturkalender, “Zu – und aufgekknopft.” May13, 2004


Die Welt. Berlin, Germany, Beliner Kunstmarkt. Aus Den Galerien. “Galerie Brusberg, bella figura.” June, 25, 2004.


Huster, Wiebke. Frankferter Allgemeine Sonntagszietung. Berlin, Germany, “Kuntsmarkt 53,Der Weg zur guten Figur, Menschenbilder bei Brusberg.” June 27, 2004. NR 26.


Rump, Gerhard Charles. Die Welt, Kultur, “Veil Lecht, viel Schatten.” July 2, 2004


Meixner, Chritiane. Berliner MorgenPost. Kultur. Berlin, Germany. “Erbe Gesucht.” June 15, 2004.


Flowers, Charles. Editor. Bloom. New York, NY. Cover Art and Pages 63 - 70. Summer 2004.Volume 1, Issue 2.


Dailey, Meghan. Artforum. New York, NY. “New York Critics Picks, Painting as Paradox.” Artists Space, February 2003.


Dawson, Jessica. The Washington Post. Galleries.  “Tim Doud at Watkins Gallery, The Fabrics of Society” (Review). February 20, 2003,Section C, Page 5.


Dixon, Glenn. Washington City Paper. “Stand Up and Be Counted, Census 03; New Art from DC.” August 11, 2003.


Eagle, Joanna Shaw. The Washington Times. Fine Arts. Washington, DC.  “DC Artists showcased at Corcoran.” September 6, 2003.


Eagle, Joanna Shaw. The Washington Times. Fine Arts. Washington, DC. “Activity Guide Top Picks.” August 28, 2003


Green, Tyler. Reviews. “DC Diary, Census ’03, New Art from DC.” September 11, 2003.


Hawkins, Margaret. Chicago Sun-Times. Galleries. Chicago, IL.  “Cultural Center Cooks up an Exhibition of Raw Art.” June 6, 2003.


Jenkins, Mark. The Washington Post. Weekend Section.  “Conceptual Mischief at the Corcoran.” August 29, 2003. Page 49.


Kalm, James. NY Arts. New York, NY “Painting and why we should give a crap, Painting as Paradox at Artists Space.” February 2003.


Kerr, Merrily. Flash Art International. Milan, Italy. “[Spotlight], Painting as Paradox.” Issue #228. January/February 2003.


Longaker, Mark. Currents. Current Exhibitions. Washington, DC. “Corcoran takes ’census’ of D.C. Art Scene.” August 27, 2003. Pages 29, 39.


USA Today. Tech. “Washington’s Oldest Art Museum opens Exhibition with Electronic Art.” August 14, 2003.


Baum, Rachel. Artists Space. New York, NY. “Material Support: Painting On and On.” Painting as Paradox (Catalog). November 7, 2002.


Di Raddo, Elena. Tema Celeste. Milan, Italy. "Tim Doud, MC Magma, Milan" (Review). January 2002. Page 98.


Downey, Roger. Seattle Weekly. Features, Arts. Seattle, WA. “The Frye looks ahead for figures.” July 2-31, 2002.


Faustenberg, Lauri. Artists Space. New York, NY. Painting as Paradox (catalog). Forward. 2002.


Frankel, David. Editor. Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation. Artists to Artists, A Decade of the Space Program (Catalog). “Tim Doud.” Pages 192-93. 2002.


Lundin, Norman, Frye Art Museum, The Perception of Appearance, A Decade of Contemporary  Figure Drawing Seattle, Washington, Page 19, 2002


Il Nuovo. Bari, Italy. Arte. “Chicken, la violenza in monstra.” November 22, 2002.


Hamberger, Susan. Waterfront Week. Brooklyn, NY. “Tim Doud at Priska Juschka Fine Art.”  April 8, 2002.


Juschka, Priska. Priska Juschka Fine Arts. Interview. Brooklyn, NY. Online,, March 2002


Lundin, Norman. Frye Art Museum. The Perception of Appearance, A Decade of Contemporary American Figure Drawing (Catalog). 2002. Pg. 3.


Marino, Pietro. La Gazzetta Del Mezzogiorno. Cultura & Spetlacoli. “Chicken altro che poli.”  November 21, 2002.


Saltz, Jerry. Village Voice. “Painting A La Mode” (review). December 4-10, 2002. Page 63.


Sexton, Elaine. Editor, 7 Carmine. New York, NY. Fall 2002. Cover Art.


Smith, Roberta. The New York Times. Art in Review. “Artists to Artists, A decade of the Space Program.” May 24, 2002. Section E, Page 37.


Caropreso, Manlio, MC Magma. Interview.  Milan, Italy. November 2001.


Corriere Della Sera, ViviMilano, Arte E Cultura, In Mostra, “Tim Doud, MC Magma” (review). Dec 28, 2001


Gandini, Manuela. La Stampa. Milan, Italy. ” il rumore il ricamo.” December 3, 2001.


Adrian, Dennis. New Art Examiner. Chicago, IL.  “This Map is not to Scale.” February 1997. Vol.  24  # 5.


Adrian, Dennis. Art Institute of Chicago. Chicago, IL. “Tim Doud”, Seeing the Figure Now”, (Catalog).  Pages 40 - 47, 1995.


Adrian, Dennis. Art Institute of Chicago. “Seeing the Figure Now; Beyond the Metaphysical Mirror”, Seeing the Figure Now, (Catalog). Pages 4-23, 54, 1995.


Anderson, Larry Jens and Talley, Dan. Nexus Contemporary Art Center. Atlanta, GA. The Subject is AIDS (catalog). 1989.


Artner, Alan. Chicago Tribune. Chicago, IL. “Three Chicago artists are realists 'with a twist'.” Aug. 30, 1996. Page 46, Section 7.


Artner, Alan. Chicago Tribune. Chicago, IL. “Critics Choice, Art: Getting Real.” Jan. 28,1996. Page 4, Section 7.


Artner, Alan. Chicago Tribune. Chicago, IL. “PR figures strongly in selection at Rymer.”  November 3, Section.  7, Pg. 66, 1995.


Spiegler, Marc. NewCity. Chicago, IL. “Trio Crescendo.” October 12, 1995.


Artner, Alan. Chicago Tribune. Chicago, IL. “The Plague Years.” November 1, 1994.


Sullivan, Carl. Art and Performance. Northwestern University, Evanston, IL. “Art/AIDS.” November 6, 1994. Volume 2, Issue 6.


Norklin, Kathi. Woodstock Times. Woodstock, NY. “Many Feminisms.” October 22, 1992.


Demos, T. New Art Examiner. Chicago, IL. “Tim Doud, Brent Gearan, Frank Trankina” (Review). May, 1993. Volume 20, Number. 9.


White, Valerie. The Register-Star. Hudson, NY. “Body and souls of all women's lives confront viewers at exhibit.” October 13, 1992.


Fox, Catherine. Atlanta Journal and Constitution. Atlanta, GA. “The Subject is AIDS.” January 13, 1989.


Evans, Paul. Art Papers. Atlanta GA. “The Subject is AIDS.” March, 1989. Volume 13, Number 2.


Ruth Harness, Creative Loafing, Atlanta, GA, “AIDS as Primary Concern.” January 1989.


Dan Talley, Nexus Contemporary Art Center, The Subject is AIDS, (Catalog) Atlanta, GA





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