Selected Press

Pictures from a Pandemic: Joe Coleman

Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art

Article by Anthony Haden-Guest

Joe Interviewed by Lydia Lunch

The Lydian Spin

Performer and artist Lydia Lunch interviews Joe for her podcast, The Lydian Spin

Joe Coleman’s Visionary Icons Of Outlaws And Depraved Souls


New York Magazine Approval Matrix

New York

Joe's exhibition at Andrew Edlin Gallery makes it into the Brilliant/Highbrow section of New York Magazine's approval matrix.

Unconstrained Paintings of Terror and Love


Article by Anthony Haden-Guest on the subject of Joe's exhibition at Andrew Edlin Gallery, 2019.

Joe Coleman and The Shadow Self: A Survey of a Giant of Contemporary Underground Art @ Andrew Edlin, NYC


Preview of Joe's show at Andrew Edlin from Juxtapoz Magazine

"We Shall Make America Wonder"

Time Out New York

Interview with Joe Coleman

Le Guess Who

Ahead of his performance at Le Guess Who?, shamanic painter Joe Coleman gave Le Guess Who a glimpse into his immersive work process.

After Ginnungagap

Scandinavian Kunstforum

A lengthy article by Eirik Storesund explores various artist whose work deals with ideas around the end times, in Norse Mythology Gingungagap.

'Doorway to Joe: The Art of Joe Coleman' Unflinchingly Looks Into the Gaping Maw of Life

OC Weekly

Your ability to stomach the grotesqueries of everyday life will determine how much you're going to get out of the Begovich Gallery's "Doorway to Joe: The Art of Joe Coleman." This solo exhibition by the New York artist, accessibly curated by Sara Fortson and Mike McGee, is a litany of depravity—serial killers, voyeurism, religious fanaticism, body horror and sexual shame—the kind of show that doesn't go away even after you do. The warning at the front door about "adult themes" isn't hype; it's truth in advertising.