Corrine Fitzpatrick’s forthcoming writing includes an essay on contemporary art’s flirtation with contemporary poetry, an interview with choreographer Beth Gill on the distinct yet overlapping forms of labor that working-class artists perform, an article about the interdisciplinary MFA program at Bard college for, an essay to accompany Marley Freeman’s abstract paintings for a new publication, and an interview with Brazilian artist Luísa Nóbrega on her long-duration performance work.

Corrine Fitzpatrick is an arts writer and poet. She writes about under-recognized New York-based artists whose practices range from the plastic arts and photography to less categorizable performances and installations. She gravitates toward feminists, queers, and politically-informed artists connected by work that subverts and creates alternatives to the power structures of the art world.