Independent curator and producer:
Invisible Venue collaborates with artists to present art in unexpected settings.
Unauthorized Anthology is the unauthorized anthology of contemporary art.
Project Space Survival Strategies by Elysa Lozano for Autonomous Organization.
Article. "Mark Dion's Marvelous Museum." art ltd., January 2011.
Feature. "The Fisher Collection." art ltd., November 2010.
Feature. "Contemporary Art Practice in Public Spaces: A Working Vocabulary, An Unauthorized Anthology." Art Practical, October 2010.
Essay. "Here and Now." Here and Now. (Oakland, Mills College: 2010).
Feature. "Legs: An Informal Analysis of Public Art." Art Practical, June 2010.
Review. "The Bitter Valise." Art Practical, May 2010.
Feature. "The Green Museum." art ltd., March 2010.
Paper. "Invisible Venue(s): Alternatives to the Institution." Session: Site Variations: The Shifting Grounds for Public Art. College Art Association Conference, February 2010; republished in Art Practical, February 2010; archived in Art&Education, April 2010.
Feature. "Bay Area University Curators." art ltd., January 2010
Arts Writing Workshop Fellow, International Art Critics Association and Creative Capital | Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant Program, 2009.
Feature column. "What is the Visible Alternative? and Other Infrequently Explored Possibilities." Art Practical, December 2009.
Critic's picks. "Galleries." SFArts.org, December 2009- ongoing.
Review. "Merch Art and African American Quilts, UC Davis Richard L. Nelson Gallery." Art Practical, November 2009.
Feature. "Bay Area Art Schools: A Formative Influence." art ltd., September/October 2009.
Profile. "Nick Cave." art ltd., September/October, 2009.
Feature. "Animating Agency: The Work of William Kentridge." art ltd., July/August, 2009.
Profile. "Squeak Carnwath." art ltd., May/June, 2009.
Conversation w. Lea Feinstein. “The Personal is Still Political or If You Aren’t Mad as Hell, You Aren’t Paying Attention.” The Fillip Review, Spring 2009.
Review. "Mads Lynnerup: You Are the Artist, You Figure it Out." Shotgun Review, February 2009.
About Christian L. Frock