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b. 1987 in New York.

Joshua Citarella is an artist and internet culture researcher based in NYC.
He is the founder of Do Not Research.

He has taught at the School of Visual Arts (2018-19) and the Rhode Island School of Design (2020)
He has served as an outside advisor at Carnegie Mellon University (2020) and Tufts University (2021).

His work is included in the collections of the Stedelijk Museum, Netherlands and the Hood Museum of Art in the U.S.
His publications are included in the libraries of the School of Visual Art, Yale University, Harvard University and Fleet Library at the RISD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, among others.


2010     BFA, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY

Solo Exhibitions

2021     Bas Fisher Invitational, "Left Futures", Miami, FL

2019     Corcoran School of the Arts and Design at George Washington University, "Forward-Facing Politics", D.C.

2018     9 Herkimer Pl, "Four as One and Three", curated by Kendra Jayne Patrick, Brooklyn, NY

2018     The Ski Club, "Looking Forward", Milwaukee, WI

2017     Higher Pictures, "Someone Who Isn't You", New York, NY

2017     Bahamas Biennale, "Ultraviolet Production House: Showroom", Detroit, MI

2016     Carroll/Fletcher, "Planetary-scale Computation", London, UK

2015     Higher Pictures, "Rez", New York, NY

2013     Higher Pictures, New York, NY

Selected Group Exhibitions

2024     KW Institute for Contemporary Art, "Poetics of Encryption", curated by Nadim Samman, Berlin, Germany
             Kunstal Charlottenborg, "Poetics of Encryption", curated by Nadim Samman, Copenhagen, Denmark
             Pino Pascali Museum, "The Eco-Theatrical Shapeshifter", curated by Like a Little Disaster, Polignano a Mare, Italy
             Coaxial Arts, "The Works of Jacob Hurwitz-Goodman", Los Angeles, CA

2023     M+, "Subject to Shadowban", curated by Dis, Hong Kong
             Fondazione Modena Arti Visive, "Is This Real? Art in the Age of Game Engine Culture", curated by Valentino Catricala, Modena, Italy
             Frankfurter Kunstverein, "Fake Views: Peer to Peer", curated by Eva & Franco Mattes, Frankfurt, Germany
             Galeria Studio, "Imagine a Breath of Fresh Air", curated by Jindrich Chalupecky Society, Warsaw, Poland
             Le Commun, "The Seashore of Endless Worlds", curated by Christian Bili & Samuel Wagen-Magnon, Geneva, Switzerland

2022     SODA: MODAL: SlipStreamSlip. Resistance and Velocity in Game Engine Culture
             Kendra Jayne Patrick, "Twenty-first Century Occupational Adjustments and Considerations, Episode 6: OK, Computer", Basel, Switzerland
             Kendra Jayne Patrick, "Twenty-first Century Occupational Adjustments and Considerations, Episode 6: OK, Computer", New York, NY
             Peel Gallery, "The Terminal: Human Shaped Whole", Carrboro, NC
             Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art, "The Influencing Machine", curated by Aaron Moulton, Warsaw, Poland
             Istanbul 74, "Random Forest", organized by Jonah Freeman & Justin Lowe, Istanbul, Turkey
             Sotheby's, "Suggested Followers: How the Algorithm is Always Right", curated by Hilde Lynn Helphenstein, New York, NY
             Ammerman Center for Arts and Technology, "The Terminal: Human Shaped Whole", New London, CT
             Kai Matsumiya, Montez Press Radio Fundraiser, New York, NY

2021     Kunstverein in Hamburg, "Proof of Stake: Technological Claims", curated by Simon Denny & Bettina Steinbrugge, Hamburg, Germany
             The 34th Ljubljana Biennale of Graphic Arts: Iskra Delta, curated by Tjasa Pogacar, Ljubljana, Slovenia
             Anonymous Gallery, "The Terminal: Human Shaped Whole", curated by Off Site Project & Jason Isolini, New York, NY
             Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts, "The Terminal: Human Shaped Whole", curated by Off Site Project, Berlin, Germany
             BSMNT gallery, "Toxicfest", Leipzig, Germany

2020     "Pineal Eye Infection", curated by Aaron Moulton, Los Angeles, CA
             "Mutants of Readiness", organized by Kostis Stafylakis & Theo Triantafyllidis, Athens, Greece
             "FiDi Arsenale", curated by Hot Air & Mery Gates, New York, NY

2019     Pablo's Birthday, "Here + Now", curated by Office Impart & Bob Bicknell-Knight, New York, NY
             444 Club, "Jazz! 2", Brooklyn, NY
             Light Factory, "New Flesh", Charlotte, NC
             Nars Foundation, "The Grass is Always #00FF00", curated by Vanessa Kowalski, Brooklyn, NY
             Moonmist, "Ground, As In", Houston, TX
             Bahamas Biennale, "American Fantasy Classics: Tetsuo", Detroit, MI

2018     Downs Ross, "Guarded Future II", New York, NY
             The New Museum, "Rhizome Presents: Comp USA Live", New York, NY
             Bahamas Biennale, "AVP", Detroit, MI
             Chelsea College of Arts, "Duty Free", curated by Bob Bicknell-Knight, London, UK
             Party Content, "Elexposition", curated by Maxime Moinet, Liege, Belgium

2017     The Armory Show, Carroll/Fletcher, New York, NY
             MU, "Materializing the Internet", curated by Nadine Roestenburg, Eindhoven, Netherlands
             Steve Turner Contemporary, "Extracting/Abstracting", Los Angeles, CA
             Carroll/Fletcher, "Looking at One Thing and Thinking of Something Else, Part 4", London, UK
             Postmasters Gallery, "Alt-Facts", curated by Kerry Doran, New York, NY
             630 Flushing Avenue, "Re: 12", curated by Erin Davis and Max C Lee, Brooklyn, NY
             Northern Illinois University Art Museum, "Objectifying the Photograph", curated by Jessica Labatte, Deklab, IL
             Societe d'Electricite, "Time", curated by Els Vermang and Manuel Abendroth, Brussles, Belgium
             Teen Party, "The Recent Future: Strawberries That Taste Like Strawberries", New York, NY

2016     Anonymous Gallery, "Rheo Grande", curated by Kayla Fanelli, Mexico City, Mexico
             Museum of the Image, "Datafestatie", curated by Ward Janssen, Breda, Netherlands
             Vie D'Ange, curated by Eli Kerr and Daphne Boxer, Montreal, QC
             The Photographer's Gallery, "Inside Out Upside Down", curated by Wandering Bears, London, UK
             630 Flushing Avenue, "Re: Re: Re:", curated by Erin Davis and Max C Lee, Brooklyn, NY
             Eduardo Secci Contemporary, "That Feeling", curated by Domenico de Chirico, Florence, Italy
             315 Gallery, "I'd Rather Be Here Than Almighty", Brooklyn, NY
             The Stolbun Collection, "Phantasmagoria Part II", Aspen, CO
             The Stolbun Collection, "Phantasmagoria Part I", Chicago, IL
             Carroll/Fletcher, "Looking at One Thing and Thinking of Something Else, Part 2", London, UK

2015     Bas Fisher Invitational, "Planes", curated by Anna Frost and Annika Kuhlman, Miami, FL
             Clifton Benevento, "Figure 8", curated by Silke Linder, New York, NY
             8 The Esplanade, curated by Jess Carroll and Emma Clough, Toronto, Canada
             Brand New Gallery, "Mediated Images", Milan, Italy
             New Release, New York, NY
             Burns-Zysman, Brooklyn, NY
             Pioneer Works, Under Construction: New Positions in American Photography, Brooklyn, NY
             Galeria Impackto, "Teknology", Lima, Peru

2014     Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam, Under Construction: New Positions in American Photography, Amsterdam, Netherlands
             Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, "MOCAtv Presents: a Jogging Screening", Los Angeles, CA
             Red Bull Studios, "DISown", curated by DIS and Agatha Wara, New York, NY (as Jogging)
             HAW Contemporary, "ARENA showcase", Kansas City, MO
             Last Resort Gallery, "Fool Disclosure", curated by Mikkel Carl, Copenhagen, Denmark

2013     Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam, "Talent", Amsterdam, Netherlands
             HHDM, "Hot Rare Signed" (w/ Dora Budor), Vienna, Austria
             The Suzanne Geiss Company, "", New York, NY
             New Galerie, "Rematerialized", Paris, France (as Jogging)
             Perfect Present, "Jogging: Temporary", Copenhagen, Denmark
             The Still House Group, "Jogging: Soon", Brooklyn, NY

2012     Higher Pictures, "Photography Is", New York, NY
             Flowers Gallery, "Brush It In", London, UK
             Fuller Projects, "Aufheben", Bloomington, IN
             School of Visual Arts, "True Lies", New York, NY
             Massachusetts College of Art and Design, "Jogging: Art of Politics", Boston, MA
             6895 Collins Avenue, "Jogging: Re-Mixology", Miami, FL

2011     285 Macdougal Street, "Mediation", Brooklyn, NY
             Milk Gallery, "Photofeast", New York, NY
             37 Broadway, "Trespass", curated by Evan Robarts, Brooklyn, NY


2023     Singapore Art Museum, Open Systems1.2_WoW, Unite!
2022, "When Guys Turn 20...", directed by Jacob Hurwitz-Goodman
2021     KW Digital: Open Secret, curated by Nadim Samman
             Impakt, "Weird Gnosis", curated by Inzez de Coo and Marc Tuters
2020     Montez Press Radio: Neoliberal or Libertarian Gameshow
             Yerevan Biennale, "Time Out of Joint", curated by Eva & Franco Mattes
             Tbilisi Architecture Biennial, "Dicho", curated by (ab)Normal
             Triennale Milano, "Dicho", curated by (ab)Normal
             Skelf, "no-longer-being-able-to-be-able", curated by Hang Li
2019     Twitch (-ongoing)
2016     Ultraviolet Production House
             Forbundet Frie Fotografer, "IKEA4IKEA", curated by Agatha Wara
2013     Jogging
             Dis Images
2012     the PSD show
             White Columns Curated Artist Registry


2024     Dunkunsthalle, Class Fantasy: World Championship: North America, New York, NY
2023     Dunkunsthalle, DNR 2022-2023 book launch, New York, NY
             The End, DNR presents GODMODE by Dana Greenleaf & Chris Comfort, Brooklyn, NY
             203 Beach 87th St, Rhizome + Do Not Research: BYoUSB, Queens, NY
2022     Lower Cavity, "Do Not Research", Holyoke, MA
             Arverne Cinema, "Do Not Research in Rockaway", Queens, NY
2019     77 Mulberry, "Perma-falling", New York, NY
             Mery Gates, "Competitive Disadvantage", Brooklyn, NY
2018     Higher Pictures, "Some Kind of Halfway Place", New York, NY
2016     Carroll/Fletcher, "Dense Mesh", London, UK
2013     Compression Artifacts, [undisclosed location]
2012     Prairie Studios, "Merge Visible", Chicago, IL
2011     13 Greenpoint Avenue, "Flatten Image", Brooklyn, NY

Residencies & Grants

2021     Stolbun Institute: Shadowlands
2019     Peter S. Reed Foundation
             Rhizome: Info-Wars
2016     Work In Progress, New York, NY (as Ultraviolet Production House)
2013     The Still House Group, Brooklyn, NY (as Jogging)


2024     "The Dark Forest Anthology of the Internet", Metalabel
             Forever Magazine, Issue #6, "Relics"
             "20 Interviste", Nero Editions (forthcoming)
2023     "Proof of Stake: Technological Claims", Kunstverein in Hamburg
             "Poetics of Encryption: Art and the Technocene", KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Nadim Samman
             "CTRL_SHIFT: The Future of Youth Culture", Dazed Magazine
             Arts of the Working Class, Issue #25: Decentralized Autonomous Organizations
             The Platform Wars
             "Do Not Research 2022-2023"
2022     "Raw Eggs, Pink Pills, and Embodied identity", Issue 21, Document Journal
             "Do Not Research 2021-2022"
             "Zoe's Links"
             "Lore of Linkonia"
             "Should Spotify ban Joe Rogan? Our panel weighs in", The Guardian
             "Up, Down, Left, Right and Sideways", MSCHF MAG, Vol. 06
             "Joshua Citarella", CURA Magazhine, Mike Pepi
             "The Influencing Machine", Aaron Moulton
             "How to Plant a Meme", Do Not Research
2021     "Politigram & the Post-left: Final Version"
             "e-Commerce Drawings", text by Chris Mansour
             "20 Interviews" (2nd Edition)
             "Auto-Experiment: Hyper-Masculinity", Do Not Research
             "There's a New Tactic for Exposing you to Radical Content Online: the 'Slow Red-pill'", The Guardian
             "Are We Ready for Social Media Influencers Shaping Politics?", The Guardian
             "Radical Content"
             NM Codex Y2K20
             "American Memetics", Kaleidoscope #38
             "Memenesia", V2_
             Buffalo Zine Issue 13
             Arts of the Working Class, Issue #19: Counter-conspiracy
             "Do We Need New Platforms for New Stories?", Spike Art #69: Storytelling
             The 34th Ljubljana Biennale of Graphic Arts: Iskra Delta Exhibition Catalog
2020     "20 Interviews"
             "Marxist Memes for TikTok Teens", The Guardian
             "Weak Signals", Rhizome
             "From Techno-libertarianism to Eco-fascism", Spike Art #62: The 2010's
             "The Photograph as Contemporary Art", Thames & Hudson, Charlotte Cotton
             "Contemporary Art Decoded", Ilex & Tate Gallery, Jessica Cerasi
             "Club Future", High Snobiety, New Models
             "Walled Gardens: Autonomy, Automation and Art After the Internet", Oxford University Press, Cadence Kinsey
2019     "Forward-facing Politics", Gallery 102 at Corcoran School of the Arts and Design
             "Recent Classics", Tank Magazine
             "Irony Politics and Gen Z", New Models
             "Ironia, Politica e TikTok", Nie Wiem, translation by Giulia Coralli
             "Anti-Capitalist Subcultures Online...", University of Amsterdam, Lucie Chateau
             "Some Ways of Making Nothing: Apophatic Apparatuses in Contemporary Art", 3Ecologies, Curt Cloninger
             "New Flesh", Gnomic Books
2018     "Politigram & the Post-left"
             "On TikTok, Gen Z Rules the Internet", Artsy
             Is This It?, Issue 4
2017     "There's No Business Like...", The Stolbun Collection, Kerry Doran
             "Meme to Mainstream", MU, Nadine Roestenburg
             "Objectifying the Photograph", Northern Illinois University Art Museum, Gan Uyeda
             Garage Magazine, No. 13
             "Augmented Photography", ECAL, Guyon Maxime
             "PaintingDigitalPhotography", Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Klaus Speidel Wiley
2016     "A Companion to Digital Art", Christiane Paul
             "For The Time Being", David Chan and Troy Wong
2015     "Photography is Magic!", Aperture, Charlotte Cotton
             "Situating Post-Internet", Domenico Quaranta
             Out of Order, No. 7, "Uploaded", styled by Avena Gallagher
2014     FOAM, Issue 38, Under Construction: New Positions in American Photography
2013     FOAM, Issue 36, Talent
2012     Dear Dave, Issue 12, "Living in a Perfect World", Chris Wiley
   , "A Conversation With Joshua Citarella"

Selected Press

2024     MH Miller, The New York Times, "Against All Odds, New York's Artist Buildings Have Survived"
             Ezra Marcus, The New York Times, "Making a Scene on the Radio"
             Georg Imdahl, Frankfurter Allgemeine, "Humans mutate in the Technocene"
             Rebecca O'Dwyer, ArtReview, "Poetics of Encryption: Can Algorithms Access Hidden Knowledge?"
             Kate Brown, ArtNet News, "An Uncanny Exhibition Turns the Online World Into Artistic Material"
             Duncan Ballantyne-Way, Art Forum, "Nadim Samman's Poetics of Encryption"
             Osman Can Yerebakan, The Art Newspaper, "Artists form climate and social justice group"
             Aidan Walker, How To Do Things with Memes, "Three Posts With Joshua Citarella"
             Kim Cordova and Bruce Schneier, e-flux Journal, "The Hacking of Culture and the Creation of Socio-Technical Debt"
             Lucas Gelfond, Syntax, "Online Communities and Institution-Building"

2023     Ali Breland, Motherjones, "It Came From the Basement"
             Taylor Lorenz, Rolling Stone, "Am I Cringey? Yes. Do I Care? Absolutely Not."
             Anicka Jade Levy, Interview Magazine, "Joshua Citarella Takes Us Into the Dark Corners of the Manosphere"
             Santiago Corredor, Serving the People, "Memes x Politics x Culture - Joshua Citarella"
             Michelle Lhooq, Rave New World, "Enter the Mushwomb"
             Geert Lovink, Institue of Network Culture, "Stuck on the Platform"
             Ben Davis, ArtNet News, "What I'm Looking At: Nude Dudes Doing the Laocoon at O'Flaherty's, the Plot to Incept Capitalist Realism..."
             Perfectly Imperfect #286: Joshua Citarella
             Ted Loos, The New York Times, "A Different Kind of Museum in Hong Kong"
             Maddie Klett, Art News, "Artists Are Launching Cutting-Edge Residencies Outside New York City"
             Michelle Lhooq, Rave New World, "Strobe Lights in the Dark Forest"
             Emily Sandstrom, New York Review of Architecture, "Extremely Online"
             Blok Magazine, "Imagine a Breath of Fresh Air"
             Passerby, "Our Substack Starter Pack"
             Gunseli Yalcinkaya, Dazed, "How Incel Culture Went Mainstream in 2023"
             Ben Davis, ArtNet News, "10 Predictions About Unexpected Ways A.I. Will Reshape Art"
             Tess Pollok, Animal Blood Magazine, "Permanent Precariat"
             Peter Limberg, Less Foolish, "Recap 2023"

2022     Gunseli Yalcinkaya, Dazed, "Joshua Citarella, the internet theorist tracing the radicalisation of Gen Z"
             Gunseli Yalcinkaya, Dazed, "Pop Culture is Dead -- and That's a Good Thing"
             Taylor Lorenz, Washington Post, "The 'This American Life' of ghost stories is captivating Gen Z"
             Yana Sosnovskaya, Zora, "Channel and the Great Re-bundling of Media"
             Lauren Studebaker, Outland, "Web3's Creator Economy"
             Laurie Rojas, Caesura, "Why There is No Good NFT Art (Yet?)"
             Will Gottsegen, CoinDesk, "Channel Wants Content Creators to 'Squad Up' via Web 3"
             Dazid Z Morris, CoinDesk, "How Can Information Be Free but Expensive"
             Rhys Thomas, The Face, "What on Earth is Web3?"
             Eloise Hendy, The Face, "How Could We Make a Better Internet?"
             Phillip Maughan, High Snobiety, "A Post-Modern Dinner Party with Dorian Electra and Joshua Citarella"
             Gunseli Yalcinkaya, Dazed, "Dorian Electra: I get Bored of Things Aren't Extreme"
             Gunseli Yalcinkaya, Dazed, Spring 2022, "The History of the Internet": Are You Content?
             Emma O'Reagan-Reidy, Screenshot, "What Parody Conspiracy Theories Like 'Birds Aren't Real' Tell us About Gen Z's Perception of Truth"
             Rhizome Blog, "Documentation of the Do Not Research Book Launch"
             Annie Armstrong, ArtNet News, "Wet Paint, July 1, 2022"
             Annie Armstrong, ArtNet News, "Wet Paint, August 19, 2022"
             Annie Armstrong, ArtNet News, "Wet Paint, August 25, 2022"
             About Manchester, "New School of Digital Arts Gallery Launches with Game Engine Culture Exhibition"
             Anya Smirnova, Journal of Curatorial Studies 11.1, "Joshua Citarella, Memes as Politics"
             Tine Semb, Billedkunst, "Joshua Citarella: Do Not Research"
             Sarah Kearns, Dazed, "How States are Turning TikTok Influencers into Propaganda Machines"
             Ben Davis, ArtNet News, "Culture Seems Stagnant Because Everyone Is Exhausted, Not 'Because of the Internet'"
             Dorian Batycka, ArtNet News, "How Viral Mem-Maker @freeze_magazine Won Over the Art World by Farce"
             Kerane Marcellus, Cultured Mag, "Art World Instagram Satirist Jerry Gogosian Curates a Show with Sotheby's"
             Raina Mehler, White Hot Magazine, "Jerry Gogosian at Sotheby's: The Sale of a Lifetime"
             Pierre D'Alancaisez, Institute of Network Cultures, "Critical Meme Reader II: Memetic Tactility"
             Annie Armstrong, ArtNet News, "Wet Paint in the Wild: Artist Rachel Rossin Takes Us on a Tour of Dunkunsthalle"
             Nathalie Van Raemdonck, London School of Economics, "Instagram Stories and the Spread of Harmful Content"

2021     Nathan Taylor Pempberton, The New Yorker, "The Young Political Spaces of the Internet"
             Caroline Busta, Document, "The Internet Didn't Kill Counterculture-- You Just Won't Find It on Instagram"
             Taylor Lorenz, The New York Times, "Birds Aren't Real, or Are They? Inside a Gen Z Conspiracy Theory"
             Claudia Tilley, "Terms of Service: On Algorithmic Collapse & the Culture of Compliance Enforced by Covert Shadow Bans"
             Sean Monahan,, "Josh Citarella on Politigram"
             Lee Pivnik, Miami Design District, "Joshua Citarella: Left Futures"
             Ben Davis, ArtNet News, "3 Observations About Culture, Politics and Social Media Radicalization in the Post-Trump Era"
             Danae: Hacktivism(s), "Time Out of Joint: The Dark-web Exhibition"
             Marta Galmozzi, Tique Art, "Joshua Citarella"
             Kei Kreutler, Gnosis Guild, "A Prehistory of DAOs"
             Gigi Declino & Arthur Roing Baer, Trust.Support, "Moving Castles: Modular and Portable Multiplayer Miniverses"
             Taraneh Azar, "The Meme is the Message"
             Echo Lawrence, Egotastic, "Dorian Electra Confirms: Frogs are Gay"
             Gunseli Yalcinkaya, Dazed Digital, "The Meme-ing of Mark Fisher: Doomer Memes for Hauntological Teens"
             Gunseli Yalcinkaya, Resident Advisor, "When Medieval Mysticism Conquers the Dance Floor"
             Terry Nguyen, Gen Yeet, "The Limit Should Exist"
             Sean Monahan, Spike Art #69, "It's Always Halloween Online"
             David Alarcon, Metal Magazine, "Ljubljana Biennial of Graphic Arts: Building an Alternative Present"
             Echo Lawrence, Egotastic, "Dorian Electra is Putting Something in the Water"
             Geoffrey Mak, The Guardian, "Exclusive clubs called 'DAOs' are popping up online. What's it all about?"
             Alain Barthelemy, Point Contemporain, "Joshua Citarella et le Post-left"
             Clusterduck, "The Detective Wall Guide", Aksioma, IMPAKT
             Ben Davis, ArtNet News, "What If the 'Birds Aren't Real' Movement Backfires?..."

2020     Nathan Taylor Pemberton, The New York Times, "What Do You Do When Extremism Comes for the Hawaiin Shirt?"
             Caroline Busta, Kaleidoscope, "Influencing the Void"
             Pierce Myers, Kaleidoscope, "What is Influence?"
             Cat Zhang, Pitchfork, "How Belarusian Post-Punks Molchat Doma Became a TikTok Meme"
             Alex Ossola, Quartz, "The New Normal"
             Clayton Schuster, Observer, "An Art Exhibition on the Dark Web Makes a Case for Internet Freedom"
             Aaron Z Lewis, AZL.BLOG, "The Garden of Forking Memes: How Digital Media Distorts Our Sense of Time"
             Matthew Sweet, The Economist, "How White Nationalits Hijacked the Hawaiian Shirt"
             Samuel Medina, The Architect's Newspaper, "The Net Art-centric FiDi Arsenale Now Lives Online"
             Lukas8k, ZEITmagazin
             Taraneh Azar, Northeastern University Political Review, "Context Collapse: The Fluidity of Memes..."
             Alice Gerosa, Image & Narrative, "Pratiques Artistiques et Usages Dialectiques..."
             Kerry Doran, Art News, "'The Death Panel' Podcast has Become a Cult Hit"
             Sarah Cascone, Artnet News, "Instagram Launched an Algorithm to Fight Fake News"
             Ben Davis, Artnet News, "How Gen Z's Meme Artists Are Reshaping the Political Battlefiend..."
             Dean Kissick, Spike Art, "The Downward Spiral: Fall"
             032c, "Coronacene"
             Giulia Ronchi, Domus, "Capitalism and its Consequences: FiDi Arsenale..."
             Ali Breland, Motherjones, "Call of Duty"
             Fiona Duncan, Interview Magazine, "Professors to Diplo, Consider the TikTok Craze"
             Maggie Carrigan, The Art Newspaper, "Available Online or by Appointment"
             Scott Indrisek, Artsy, "Running a Gallery in My Apartment Showed Me a Different Side of the Art World"
             Mike Watson, Blok Magazine, "The Most Memorable Year: Highlights of 2020"
             Mike Watson, Everyday Analysis, "Artists and Workers Isolate and Unite!"
             Artnet News, "Instagram Launched an Algorithm to Fight Fake News"
             Drew Zeiba, Pin-Up Magazine, "Fantasia and Simulations at the FiDi Arsenale"
             Michelle Young, Untapped New York, "FiDi Arsenale, Opens inside Abandoned Irish Pub"
             Mike Watson, Areo Magazine, "The Work of Art in the Age of the Subscription Economy"
             Taylor Dafoe, Artnet News, "Artists are Creating Brand New Work for a Biennial in a Very Secret Location: the Dark Web"
             Emma Kemp, X-TRA, "When You Cut into the Present the Future Leaks Out"
             Rintaro Fuse, BT/Bijutsu Techno, October, "Post-capitalism and Art"

2019     Taylor Lorenz, The New York Times, "'OK Boomer' Marks the End of Friendly Generational Relations"
             Dean Kissick, Spike Art, "The Downward Spiral: August"
             Caroline Busta, Artforum, "The Discourse"
             Ali Breland, Mother Jones, "How Twitter and YouTube... Build a Community Fueled by Hate
             Matt Moen, Paper Mag, "Cursed Images: Finding Comfort in Discomfort"
             EJ Dickson, Rolling Stone, "The Short Life and Viral Death of Bianca Devins"
             Bob Bicknell-Knight, It's Nice That, "A Beginner's Guide to the World of Digital Art"
             Shivam Kumar Chowdhary, i-D Magazine, "How Alt-Right Memes are Indoctrinating Gen Z"
             Max Read, New York Magazine, "Is Andrew Yang the Doomer Candidate?"
             Jake Sillen, Artspace, "5 Shows by Emerging Artists..."
             ArtNews, "9 Art Events to Attend in New York City This Week"
             Galerie Magazine, "8 Incredible Art Exhibitions Closing this Week"
             Tank Magazine, "Back to the Land Reading List"
             Kevin Munger, The Outline, "Fast Times at Cringemont High"
             Mixte Magazine, "Joshua Citarella"
             Aline Smithson, LensScratch, "New Flesh"

2018     Spike Art #54 Winter, "Artists' Favourites: Eva and Franco Mattes: UV Production House"
             Loney Abrams, Artspace, "New Artist Strategies, Pt. 1"
             Alexxa Gotthardt, Artsy, "8 Detroit Galleries Fueling the City's Creative Community"
             Casey Lesser, Artsy, "Artists on Kickstarter's New Drip Platform See Potential"
   , "Duty Free curated by Bob Bicknell-Knight"
             ArtNews, "9 Art Events to Attend in NYC This Week"
             Artjaws, "Duty Free: Corporatization of Public Space, Utopian Ideals and the Internet at the Chelsea College of Arts in London"

2017     Scott Indrisek, Artsy, "Up and Coming: Joshua Citarella Is the Ultimate New York Freelancer"
             Adrian Chen, The New Yorker,"Brad Troemel, The Troll of Internet Art"
             Hannah Stamler, Artforum,"Critic's Pick: 'Alt-Facts' Postmasters"
             Nadine Roestenburg, From Dada to Data, "Get Zero Debt or Die Trying"
             Dylan Kerr, ArtNet News, "Like Art: 7 Masterpieces of Social Media Art That Will Make It Into the History Books"
             Margaret Carrigan, Blouin Art Info, "UV Production House Makes a New Market Model"
             Margaret Carrigan, Artsy, "How Artists Are Bypassing Their Dealers and Selling Directly to Collectors"
             Robert Grand, Artspace, "A Guide to Detroit's Best Art Galleries"
             Terence Trouillot, Artnet News, "10 Contemporary Artists Taking Photography in New Directions"
             LVL 3 Media, "Artist of the Week: Joshua Citarella"

2016     Anne Luther, Modern Painters, "Reviews: London, Joshua Citarella, Carroll/Fletcher", October
             Loney Abrams, Artspace Magazine, "The Artists Have Been Set Free"
             Mousse Magazine, "Eva & Franco Mattes and Joshua Citarella at Carroll / Fletcher, London"
             Emerson Rosenthal, The Creators Project, "Breaking the Frame: Photo 2.0"
             FOAM, Issue 44
             John Chiaverina, ArtNews, "Office Space: Artists Take Over 19th Floor of Times Square Building for Three-Week Residency"
             Andrew Nunes, The Creators Project, "7 Artists Take On an Unusual Artist Residency in Times Square"
             Tiffany Zabludowicz, Artspace, "Tiffany Zabludowicz on the Business Lessons of "Work in Progress," Her Corporate Times Square Artist Residency"
             Tiffany Zabludowicz, Artspace, "At Work in Progress, Times Square's Corporate Residency, Gerhard Richter Meets Slack"
             Tiffany Zabludowicz, Artspace, "Can Making Art Be an Office Job? Introducing Work in Progress, My New Corporate Artist Residency in Times Square"
             Nate Freeman, Hannah Ghorashi, and Alex Greenberger, Art News, "Wolf Spiders, Bondage Polaroids, and Crapstraction: Opening Day at NADA New York"
             Paddy Johnson, ArtFCity, "We Went to NADA: No Spider Bites Yet"

2015     Vince Aletti, The New Yorker, "Goings on About Town: Joshua Citarella, Higher Pictures", June
             Kate Messinger, Paper Magazine, "It's a Small Art World, After All"
             Sean J. Patrick Carney, Art in America, "Comedy Agenda", June
             Paddy Johnson, ArtFCity, "Return to the Real? A Survey of the Analog in Photography"
             Benjamin Sutton, Hyperallergic, "Surveys of New American Sculpture and Photography"

2014     Tim Gentles, Art in America, "Joshua Citarella at Higher Pictures", January
             Kate Neave, Dazed and Confused, "How to Turn Lead Into Gold"
             Allyson Shiffman, Bullett Media, "Joshua Citarella"

2013     Vince Aletti, The New Yorker, "Goings on About Town: Joshua Citarella, Higher Pictures", September
             Andrew Russeth, Gallerist NY, "Joshua Citarella at Higher Pictures", September
             Lorenzo Durantini, Dis Magazine, "Joshua Citarella's Pixels"
             Loney Abrams, The New Inquiry, "Flatland"
             Brad Troemel, The New Inquiry, "The Accidental Audience"
             Haley Mellin, Garage Mag, Issue 6, June (as Jogging)
             Kenneth Goldsmith, The New Yorker, "The Writer as Meme Machine", October (as Jogging)
             Katja Novitskova, Frieze, "Beginnings + Endings", November (as Jogging)

2012     Vince Aletti, The New Yorker, "Goings on About Town: Higher Pictures, Photography Is", May
             Lorenzo Durantini, British Journal of Photography, "Tool Objects", December
             Christopher Schreck, Banana Leaves, "Studio Visit: Joshua Citarella"
             Laurence Cornet, La Lettre De La Photographie, November


2024     Museum of Modern Art, "The Aquatic Brain", New York, NY
             Dunkunsthalle, "Landscapes" by Simon Denny, Sorry Press
             Dark Forest Collective Roundtable
             Weird Economies, "Crrepin' Illiberalism: Illiberalism Online"
             113 Ludlow, "Disassociating During the Real Thing"
             Horseshoe Theory Podcast, "Joshua Citarella Re-radicalizes Us"
             This is Revolution Podcast, "Extremely Online Politics"
             This is Revolution Podcast, "Gaming Materialists: Class Fantasy"

2023     University of Pennsylvania, Weitzman Fine Arts Lecture Series, Philadelphia, PA
             University of Pennsylvania, Stuart Weitzman School of Design, visiting critic
             Metaspore, organized by Anicka Yi, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
             Institute of Modern Art, "Do Not Research Book Launch", Brisbane, Australia
             DXM Pod, "Artist and internet researcher Josh Citarella"
             Schmeitgeist with Ange Lavoipierre, ABC Everyday
             JPG + Gallery of Crypto Art: iCONoclast
             Otherworld: Deep Research with Joshua Citarella
             Otherworld: The Night Hag Pt. 2
             Architectural Association, "Do It For The Feed", organized by Shumon Basar, London, UK
             Le Commun, "The Seashore of Endless Worlds: Class Fantasy", Geneva, Switzerland
             Friends With Benefits FWB Fest, "Tag Yourself", Idyllwild, CA

2022     New Museum, "Do Not Research 2021-2022" book launch
             Art Basel, "The Underside of Connectivity: From Data Mining to Carbon Footprint", Miami, FL
             Bundeskunsthalle, "The Future of Critique: Memes vs. Museums", Bonn, Germany
             Akademie Der Kunst, "The Future of Critique: Where's the Public in the Metaverse", Berlin, Germany
             Going Mental with Eileen Kelly: Extremely Online with Joshua Citarella
             Foto Colectania, "DONE 6: Violence and Cutness", curated by curated by Bani Brusadin
             8Ball 003: Josh Citarella & Channel
             The Computer Room: Discord in the Dark Forest
             New Books Network: Pierre D'Alancaisez: Politigram & the Post-Left
             Radio Wave: Otevrene Hlavy: Joshua Citarella
             The Culture Journalist: The Boomer Ballast effect, w/ Kevin Munger & Joshua Citarella
             The Stoa: Politigram & the Post-Left
             Pneumatic Materials: Episode 4: My Spiritual Journey with Joshua Citarella - part 1
             Pneumatic Materials: Episode 4: My Spiritual Journey with Joshua Citarella - part 2
             Neoliberal Hell: Episode 18: Cease and Get Ripped
             New Models: Creator Core w/ Joshua Citarella & artist Rachel Rossin
             New Models: Bonn After Hours w/ artists Dena Yago & Joshua Citarella
             Syracuse University Visiting Artist Lecture Series
             Montez Press Radio x Club Cringe Winter Gala, 99 Scott, Brooklyn, NY

2021     Montez Press Radio: Memes as Politics: Season 2
             Rhode Island School of Design, Gary Metz Lecture Series, Providence, RI
             Interdependence 44
             HTDW Program 2021: Pathologies of the Digital
             Bas Fisher Invitational: Conversation w/ Holly Jean Buck
             Aksioma, "Memestetica", curated by Valentina Tanni
             Mother Jones Podcast, "The Insurrection Was a Giant Recruitment Exercise for Extremsists"
             Wet Brain Podcast, "All Things Considered"
             Print Screen: Melbourne Art Book Fair at the National Gallery of Victoria
             Northeastern University, Boston, MA
             Royal College of Art, London, UK
             University of Missouri, Columbia, MO
             Grand Valley State University, Allendale, MI
             Goldsmith's University of London, "Too Many Red Flags", London, UK
             Radio Quantica, Lisbon, Portugal
             Trust, Portal Readings
             Yeah But Still #372: Mansitioning

2020     Montez Press Radio: Memes as Politics: Season 1
             New Museum: Weak Signals, New York, NY
             Yeah But Still: Chart of Truth 3: Trump's Hammer (Kraken 2.0)
             Yeah But Still: Chart of Truth 2
             Yeah But Still: Chart of Truth
             The Antifada: Proletkult 8 - Meme Magic
             Shit Platypus Says: Episode 27
             Traumabarundkino, "New Models: Sim Society", Berlin, Germany
             Sandberg Instituut, Quicksand Lecture Series
             Montez Press Radio: Neoliberal or Libertarian, Brooklyn, NY
             HFBK, Hamburg, Germany
             Rhizome Raw: Ep. 5: Ultra Rare Recording of Rhizome Engaging in Praxis
             CUNY Digital and Interdisciplinary Art Practice, New York, NY
             Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA
             Theorywave Nights: Thatcherism with Chinese Characteristics
             The Acid Left: #5: Doomer Joe Biden
             Drug Cult Gang: Materialist Left, Mark Fisher and Memes

2019     California Institute of the Arts, Santa Clarita, CA
             New Museum, "After the End of History", New York, NY
             Rhizome Raw: Ep. 3: After the End of History
             Corcoran School of the Arts and Design, Gallery 102, D.C.
             Left Forum, Brooklyn, NY
             University of California San Diego, San Diego, CA
             Ryerson University, Converge Lecture Series, Toronto, Canada
             New Models: Episode 14: Shift-Alt-Right-Clique
             Woodbine, Brooklyn, NY
             The Death Panel: Episode 43
             The Death Panel: Episode 32
             Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
             Montez Press Radio, New York, NY

2018     New Museum, "True Lies, Deep Fakes: Platforms, Knowledge and Alternative Communities", New York, NY
             Higher Pictures, New York, NY
             New Models: Episode 6:Teenage Radicals
             Humor and the Abject: Episode 88
             The Conversation: Artist's Podcast: Episode 223 & 224
             Current Obsession: "Used Future" Symposium, Brooklyn, NY
             Nars Foundation, Brooklyn, NY
             Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, Milwaukee, WI
             FOAM, "Re-Connect", Amsterdam, Netherlands

2017     The Armory Show, "A New Image of Art and the Internet", New York, NY
             Red Hook Labs, FOAM New York Symposium, Brooklyn, NY

2016     Aperture, "Ultraviolet Production House", New York, NY
             Institute of Network Cultures Post-Digital Podcast, Joshua Citarella: UV Production House
             Carroll/Fletcher, "Ultraviolet Production House", London, UK
             Pratt Institue, Brooklyn, NY
             School of Visual Arts, New York, NY

2015     ASMBLY, 5D, Brooklyn, NY
             New York Arts Practicum
             Clocktower Radio
             Moore College of Art and Design, Philadelphia, PA

2014     FOAM, "Under Construction: New Positions in American Photography", Amsterdam, Netherlands
             FOAM, "Sculpture with Less Material", Amsterdam, Netherlands
             The New School Parsons School of Design, New York, NY

2013     Bruce High Quality Foundation University, New York, NY
             New York University, New York, NY
             School of Visual Arts, New York, NY

2012     Flowers Gallery, "Brush It In", London, UK
             School of Visual Arts, New York, NY