Yaniv, Etty, Instagram’s Shadow, Curator Jac Lahav in dialogue with Art Spiel, Art Spiel, July 23, 2020

Wheeler, Katie, “Nipples, Facebook, and what our society deems decent”, The Guardian UK, April 15, 2020

Wheeler, Katie, “Flagged! Social media, nipples, and why there’s a danger in allowing a single entity like Facebook to influence what our society deems “decent.”, The Nib, March 6, 2020
https://thenib.com/flagged/

Boucher, Brian, “It’s Not All in Your Head-the Art World Really Is Unfair. Here Are 9 Reasons Why”, Artnet News December 12, 2019

Jacobs, Julia, “Will Instagram Ever ‘Free The Nipple’”, New York Times, November 22, 2019 https://www.nytimes.com/2019/11/22/arts/design/instagram-free-the-nipple.html

https://anneofcarversville.com/editorials/2019/10/24/artist-micol-hebrons-instagram-account-suspended-shortly-after-instagram-censorhip-gathering

Gill, Kate, “Instagram Held a Private Meeting With Artists About It’s Nudity Policies”, Hyperallergic, October 22, 2019

Duron, Maximilliano, “Instagram Holds Closed-Door Roundtable with Artists on Art and Nudity”, ArtNews, October 21, 2019, https://www.artnews.com/art-news/news/instagram-censorship-roundtable-13431/

Bluesky, Brian and Rebecca Plevin, Does 'Forever Marilyn' with an upturned skirt belong in the #MeToo era? Some women say no, Desert Sun, October 18, 2019

Halperin, Julia and Charlotte Burns, “Museums Claim They’re Paying More Attention to Female Artists. That’s an Illusion”, Artnet, September 19, 2019

Huberdeau, Jennifer, “Dropping an ‘F-bomb’ Feminist artists focus of new show at Daniel Arts Center”, Berkshire Eagle, September 4, 2019

Nys Dambrot, Shana, “Best of Los Angeles Artists: Micol Hebron”, LA Weekly, August 2019

Editors, “Facebook Agrees to Reconsider Artistic Nudity Policy”, Artdependence, June 7, 2019

Dafoe, Taylor, “After Criticism, Facebook Agrees to Meet with Artists and Curators to Discuss
The Censorship of Art on Its Site”, Artnet News, June 5 ,2019

Ables, Kelsey, “Facebook will reconsider its nudity guidelines after outcry from photographers”, Artsy, June 5, 2019

Stender, Oriane, “A Woman’s Work is Never Done (or, too often, is done by a man)”, Hyperallergic, June 6, 2019

Craig, Emory, “The fascinating collaborative AR Art Project” Digital Bodies,
September 20, 2018

Martin, Brittany, “Artists Are Using Augmented Reality to Install Virtual Works in Powerful
Places”, LA Magazine, August 14, 2018

Selvin, Claire, “A New Model for Public Art: With ‘Coordinates’ Feature, 4th Wall App Allows Users to View Artist-Designed AR Projects, ArtNews, August 13, 2018

Finkel, Jori, “Debate Ignites in L.A. over MOCA Hire”, New York Times, Reporter’s Notebook, August 2, 2018  https://www.nytimes.com/2018/08/02/arts/design/klaus-biesenbach-moca-marciano-lacma.html,

Gluck, Marissa, “Mark Grothahn Declines Museum Honor over Diversity Concerns”, Good magazine, February 9, 2018 https://www.good.is/articles/mark-grotjahn-moca
 
Vartanian, Hrag, “Art World Largely Silent as Artforum and Landesman Continue to Fight Sexual Harassment-related Lawsuit”, Hyperallergic, February 5, 2018

Zara, Janelle, “There’s a lot of grief to process’: how the #metoo movement gripped Art Basel Miami Beach”, The Guardian, December 13, 2017, https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2017/dec/13/art-basel-me-too-movement-grief

Sussman, Anna Louie, “Why Miami’s All-Women Art Fair Doesn’t Have Anything for Sale”, Artsy, December 8, 2017

Mendoza, Dierdre, “Fair Brings a Forum for Feminist Art to Brickell City Centre”, Miami New Times, December 8, 2017, http://www.miaminewtimes.com/arts/art-basel-miami-beach-2017-inside-fair-at-brickell-city-centre-december-7-to-10-9895087

Zara, Janelle, “An All-Female Art Fair Takes on Gender Inequality With a Show at a Miami Shopping Mall”, Artnet,

Hotchkiss, Sarah, “Gender Inequality in Bay Area Galleries, By the Numbers”, KQED Arts, November 30, 2017

Miranda, Carolina, “What the Sexual Harassment allegations at Artforum reveal about who holds the power in art
(hint: not women)”, Los Angeles Times, November 1, 2017

Nadja Sayej, “It’s hurting everyone’: the truth about sexual misconduct in the art world”, The Guardian UK,

Voon, Claire, “A Week of Chaos at Artforum Magazine Follows Sexual Harassment Allegations”, Hyperallergic, October 27, 2017

Boucher, Brian, “Boycott Artforum? In the Wake of the Knight Landesman Scandal, Galleries Consider Pulling Ads”,  Artnet News, October 27, 2017 https://news.artnet.com/art-world/knight-landesman-scandal-boycott-artforum-1131614

Greenberger, Alex, and Andy Battaglia, The Art World Reacts to Allegations of Sexual Harassment in its Ranks, http://www.artnews.com/2017/10/27/the-art-world-reacts-to-allegations-of-sexual-harassment-in-its-ranks/ October 27, 2017

Bloom, Rebecca, LA Confidential magazine, “New LA Artists You Need to Know About Right Now”, June 19, 2017, https://la-confidential-magazine.com/new-la-artists-to-know-right-now

SVMMedia, “Still They Persist”, (catalog essay by Micol Hebron), Wavepool gallery, Cincinnati, OH, May 2017

Fard, Farah Joan, Bustle magazine, “Women Outnumber Men at Art Schools – So Why Isn’t Their Work Being Shown In Galleries Once They Graduate?”, May 18, 2017

Cordova, Alyssa, Artillery Magazine, “Masculine/Feminine”, May 2, 2017 (review of an exhibition that I curated),

Anderson, Cathie, Sacramento Bee, “ Artist Micol Hebron takes on artist inequality in galleries, museums”, March 20, 2017, http://www.sacbee.com/news/business/biz-columns-blogs/cathie-anderson/article139767648.html

Quinn, Patrick, Art and Cake, “Los Angeles has its own Situation Room”, February 21, 2017
Dambrot, Shana Nys, Whitehot Magazine “22 LA Based Artists You Need To Know On Instagram”, http://whitehotmagazine.com/articles/you-need-know-on-instagram/3603, January 2017

Morris, Meghan, The Post Athens, “'Gallery Tally' exhibit consists of posters demonstrating the underrepresentation of female artists”, November 27, 2016 http://www.thepostathens.com/article/2016/11/gallery-tally-ohio-university-feminism
Staff reports, Ohio compass, “Visiting artists Micol Hebron and Andrea Bowers and concurrent exhibition “Gallery Tally” in Trisolini Gallery”, October 24th, 2016

Capossela, Francesca, “Artistic Responses to tragedy on Social Media”, The Creators Project at VICE, September 12, 2016 https://creators.vice.com/en_us/article/pgq5dz/art-after-tragedy

Van der Tuin, Iris, “Gender/Nature, Interdisciplinary Handbook. Nature in the Museum: Getting into the Museum: Underrepresentation and Feminist Activism”, Macmillan Reference, USA, August 2016

Finkel, Jori, New York Times, “‘Now Be Here’ Takes a portrait and Makes a Statement”, August 29, 2016

Miranda, Carolina, “Social Media have become a vital tool for artists—but are they good for art?”, Los Angeles, Times, June 23, 2016, http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/arts/miranda/la-et-cam-is-social-media-good-for-art-20160517-snap-htmlstory.html

Haight, Emily, Art Fix Friday: June 3, 2016, Broad Strokes, National Gallery for Women in the Arts, June 3, 2016

Wagley, Catherine, Artnews, “With ‘Gallery Tally Project’, Micol Hebron Examines Gender Inequality in the Art Market”, May 26, 2016 http://www.artnews.com/2016/05/26/with-gallery-tally-project-micol-hebron-examines-gender-inequality-in-the-art-market/

Hanson, Brittany, Chapman Blogs, “Radical Sabbatical: Gallery Tally a colorful backdrop for inclusion”, April 22, 2016

Buffenstein, Alyssa, Artnet, ‘Gallery Tally’ Exhibit in LA, March 2016

Knight, Christopher, “How Much do art galleries favor men over women? Gallery Tally poster project puts answer on the wall”, Los Angeles Times, March 31, 2016, http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/arts/la-et-cm-engendered-inequity-gallery-tally-poster-micol-hebron-20160330-column.html

Thomas, Chris, Milk Media, “Facebook Bans Little Mermaid’s Breasts, Proves it’s Better Under the Sea”, January 6, 2016

Winslow, Jonathan, Orange County Register, "Chapman researchers show their latest and greatest at Annual Faculty Research Expo", November 20, 2015

Tresp, Lauren, Artslant, "Female Artists and the Museum: Visibility, Iconography, and Legacy" (Review of the exhibition "Looking Forward, Looking Back" at the New Mexico Museum of Art), October 1, 2015

McLister, Iris, Santa Fe New Mexican, "Reflecting Pool: 'Looking Forward, Looking Back' on Female Artists", September 25, 2015

Hanson, Brittany, “Male Nipple Template to #FreeTheNipple and Micol Hebron go viral”, Chapman Happenings, July 22, 2015, https://blogs.chapman.edu/happenings/2015/07/22/male-nipple-template-to-freethenipple-and-micol-hebron-go-viral/

Burnett III, Zaron, “#freethenipple with Male Nipples: A Playboy Conversation with Micol Hebron”, Playboy, July 22, 2015, http://www.playboy.com/articles/freethenipple-playboy-conversation-micol-hebron

Stromberg, Matt, “Micol Hebron Banned from Facebook for Posting Glasstire Article About Being Banned from Facebook”, July 19th, 2015, http://www.glasstire.com/socal/2015/07/19/micol-hebron-banned-from-facebook-for-a-week-for-posting-glasstire-article-about-being-banned-from-facebook/

Stromberg, Matt, “Artist Micol Hebron Back on Facebook After Temporary Ban”, Glasstire, July 16th, 2015

Thomas, Chris, “Exclusive: ‘Male Nipple Template’ Takes on Social Media Sexism”, Milk Made, July 14, 2015

Stannger, Melissa, Business Insider, “Women Are Photoshopping Male Nipples Over Their Own to Combat Instagram’s Double Standard”, July 12, 2015

Bonaguro, Alison, “Why Are Women’s Nipples Banned in Public and on Instagram, but Men’s Nipples Aren’t?”, Men’s Health, July 10, 2015, http://www.menshealth.com/sex-women/nipple-double-standard

Frank, Priscilla, “The Nipples of Art History Get an Instagram-Friendly Makeover”, Huffpost Arts & Culture, July 9, 2015, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/nipples-art-history-appropriate-for-social-media_559d453ae4b05b1d028f74ce

Thorsen, Lotte, “Denne brystvorte er ikke for freak til Facebook”, Politiken, Denmark, July 8, 2015, http://politiken.dk/kultur/medier/ECE2750979/denne-brystvorte-er-ikke-for-fraek-til-facebook/

Malone, Luke, “The Artist Who Hacked Instagram’s No Female Nipple Policy”, Vocative, July 8, 2015, http://www.vocativ.com/news/208922/instagram-no-female-nipple/

Davis, Allison P., “Women Can Show Nipples on Instagram…Sort Of”, NY Magazine, The Cut, July 8, 2015, http://nymag.com/thecut/2015/07/women-can-show-nipples-on-instagram-sort-of.html

Kabas, Marisa, “How the latest #freethenipple campaign stole an artist’s clever idea”, Daily Dot, July 8th, 2015

Women in the World Staff writer, “Women Protesting Instagram Censorship by Photoshoping Male Nipples on Their Own”, New York Times, Women in the World, July 7th, 2015

Schwartz, Rafi, “Nipple-Advocates Hack Sexist Internet Breast Censorship”, Good, July 7, 2015

Pittman, Taylor, “women Take on Body Censorship With Help From Male Nipples and Photoshop”, Huffington Post, July 7, 2015, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/07/07/women-fight-nipple-censorship-with-photoshop_n_7735738.html

Horton, Helena, “Women are using male nipples to protest Instagram censorship”, Dazed Digital, July 7, 2015, http://www.dazeddigital.com/artsandculture/article/25381/1/women-are-using-male-nipples-to-protest-instagram-censorship

Ferruer, Morwenna, “How to beat Instagram and Facebook’s female nipple ban? Use Male nipples instead”, The Guardian, UK, July 7, 2015, http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/shortcuts/2015/jul/07/instagram-facebook-female-nipple-ban-use-male-nipples-instead

Gerstein, Julie, “Women Are Fighting Boob Censorship by Photoshopping Themselves with Male Nipples”, Buzzfeed, July 6, 2015, http://www.buzzfeed.com/juliegerstein/women-are-fighting-boob-censorship-with-male-nipples

Robertson, Lindsey,”Women are Photoshopping male nipples over their own to protest Instagram’s censorship”, Mashable, July 6, 2015 http://mashable.com/2015/07/06/instagram-nipple-photoshops/

Buczynski, Beth, “Women Are Using Men’s Nipples to Fight Bogus Nudity Policies”, Distractify, July 6, 2015, https://www.distractify.com/intentional-nip-slip-1235161007.html

My Male Nipple Template was also featured on: Daily Read List, Highsnobiety, Distractify, Hyperallergic, Gawker, LiberalAmerica, Styleite, The Mirror, NYPost, Paper mag, Cosmopolitan, Elle, Hello Giggles, Mic, Lockerdome, Elite Daily, Reddit, Malaysian Digest, Good Is, HaAretz, Zipped News, ABC Australia, and may more (with nearly 5000 articles out in one week; over 30 million views, and nearly 500,000 shares)

Davis, Ben, “Why Are There Still So Few Successful Female Artists”, Artnet News, June 23, 2015,

Reilly, Maura, “Taking the measure of Sexism: Facts, Figures, and Fixes”, ArtNews (Print), May 26, 2015,

Syed, Mahjabeen. New City Art, "News: Woman Made Gallery Releases Study on Gender Disparities in Commercial Art Galleries", May 28, 2015

Melrod, George, “The Gender Gap”, Art Ltd (Print), May 17, 2015,

Hanson, Brittany, “Chapman’s Micol Hebron Exposes Gender Gap in Art”, OC Register, April 13, 2015 (Print),

Wikipedia editors, “Micol Hebron” Wikipedia page, initiated March 9, 2015

Hannah Beatrix Rubin, “Tallying Inequality in the Art World”, for Sisterhood, March 9, 2015

Steinhauer, Jillian, “New Tally Shows Sexism Alive and Well at Top NYC Galleries”, Hyperallergic, February 19th, 2015  http://hyperallergic.com/184113/new-tally-shows-sexism-alive-and-well-at-top-nyc-art-galleries/

Arp, Dennis, “Gallery Tally Posters Shed Light on Gender Inequity” Chapman Magazine, Winter 2015

Miranda, Carolina,  “Artist Micol Hebron tallies the presence of women on Artforum covers”, Los Angeles Times, April 10, 2015
Martinez, Christina Catherine, Artforum, Scene and Herd, “Third Time’s a Charm”, http://artforum.com/diary/id=50099 February 4, 2015

Graff, Haili Jones, “Love It/Shove It: Gallery Tally”, Bitch Magazine, Issue 65 “(Re)Vision”, Winter 2015

Steinhauer, Jillian, “I Like Art by Men Better”: Gender by the Numbers at Art Basel Miami Beach, Hyperallergic, December 17, 2014, https://hyperallergic.com/169737/i-like-art-by-men-better-gender-by-the-numbers-at-art-basel-miami-beach/

Bowers, Andrea, “Muse: Feminists”, Art in America, December 2014.

Durrant, Nancy, “Women on Top”, Baku Magazine, Issue 14, winter 2014 p. 57-58
http://issuu.com/bakumagazine/docs/baku_issue_14_winter-2014

Harpole, Rachel, “Gallery Tally Holds the Art World to Account”, Art Media Agency Newsletter No. 179, November 20, 2014

Frances, Megan, “Gallery Tally”, ArtPulse, No. 19, Sept/Oct 2014

Boroff, Philip, “Art World Bias by the Numbers”, Artnet News, September 16, 2014
http://news.artnet.com/art-world/art-world-bias-by-the-numbers-94829

Clark, Nick, “Should Galleries Display More Art By Women?”, The Independent, July 7th, 2014

Finkel, Jori, “Confronting art world sexism”, The Art Newspaper, July 7, 2014

Munro, Cait, “Feminist Art Project Calls Out Galleries’ Gender Imbalances”, Artnet, July 7, 2014

Taylor, Alix, “Your Concise Guide to Social Media’s Female Nipple Policies”, Hyperallergic, June 20, 2014. http://hyperallergic.com/131620/your-concise-guide-to-social-medias-female-nipple-policies/


McDonnell, Ross, “The Gallery Tally Poster Project”, Site95, May 2014: http://www.site95.org/category/03-01/

Hegert, Natalie, “The Rounds of a Rumor”, ArtSlant, May 3rd, 2014:

Gluck, Marissa, “Bettina Hubby Turns Her Breast Cancer Recovery into and Art Project” (artwork by Micol Hebron as lead image), LA Weekly, May 1, 2014

Miranda, Carolina, KCET Artbound, “Galleries Are Man’s World, and Micol Hebron is Keeping Score”, April 3, 2014. Article, and Documentary video

Adamek, Pauline, “To be Equal not a Sequel”, Stage Raw, April 20, 2014

Bonker, Dawn, “Professor counts on poster project to shine light on art galleries’ gender bias”, Happenings, Chapman University, April 15, 2014

Miranda, Carolina, “Galleries Are Man’s World, and Micol Hebron is Keeping Score”, KCET Artbound, April 3, 2014

Van Dyke, Michelle Broder, “Where Are All of the Women Artists?”, Buzzfeed, April 3, 2014: http://www.buzzfeed.com/mbvd/where-are-all-of-the-women-artists

Edwards, Stassa, “Why Are There So Few Prominent Women Artists?”, The Week, April 2, 2014:

Korek, Bettina, “Accountability in Art: Gallery Tally Calls Out the Gender Gap”, Style.com, March 28, 2014: http://www.style.com/stylemap/2014/03/28/gallery-tally-micol-hebron/

Deskins, Sally, “Gallery Tally: How many women vs men do galleries exhibit today?”, La Femmes Folles, March 28, 2014

Steinhauer, Jillian, “Tallying Art World Inequality One Gallery At a Time”, Hyperallergic, March 27, 2014: http://hyperallergic.com/117065/tallying-art-world-inequality-one-gallery-at-a-time/
 
Miller, Alex, “(en)Gendered (in)Equity: The Gallery Tally Poster Project”, ForYourArt, March 12, 2014: http://foryourart.com/2014/03/foryourart-at-6020-wilshire-engendered-inequity-the-gallery-tally-poster-project/

Medici, Isabella, “Sometimes Separate but Equal is Better”, March 2014

Eck, Lorien, “Gettin real with gender equality in the art world”, Loren Eck, March 2014

Cory, “Art of Theory: The F-Bomb”, Glitter Grenade, March 13, 2014:

LaHue, Andrea, “(en)Gendered (in)Equity: The Gallery Tally Poster Project”, RandomActProjects, March 12, 2014: http://randomactprojects.wordpress.com/

Deskins, Sally, “Women’s History Month Day 10: Gallery Tally and Micol Hebron”, Momentous Collective, March 10, 2014 http://momentouscollective.com/womens-history-month-day-10-gallery-tally-micol-hebron/

Dambrot, Shana Nys, “A Better Art…?” VS. Magazine, February 2014

Goebel, Leanne, “Is Gender Bias in Denver Arts in Transit – or Fixed?”, Adobe Airstream, February 2014 http://adobeairstream.com/art/is-gender-bias-in-denver-arts-in-transit-or-fixed/

Gurantz, Maya, “Artists read Baldessari – a Tally”, Ten Red Hen, February 3, 2014

Miranda, Carolina, “A Few Words About the Dave Hickey Talk”, C-MONSTER, January 30th, 2014 : http://c-monster.net/2014/01/30/dave-hickey/

Cheh, Carol, “Super Inequality: Micol Hebron challenges the gender ratio”, Artillery Magazine, Jan/Feb 2014

Cooper, Ashton, “Guerilla Girl Kathe Kollwitz on Left Coast Inequality”, Blouin ArtInfo, October 23, 2013

Yury, Carrie, “Calling for Gender Equality in the Art World”, Huffington Post, October 16, 2013

Pomonis, Mary Anna, “Micol Hebron”, The Make, April 3, 2013

Moody, Frances, “Abstract Exhibit Exudes Emotion”, The Daily Utah Chronicle, November 2, 2012

Cheh, Carol, “’1 Image 1 Minute’ Event is like Show and Tell, But with Republican Porn, Dolly Parton, and Horse Bestiality”, The LA Weekly, October 10, 2012

Barton, Dave, “Curatorial Cage Match in Irvine”, The OC Weekly, September 20, 2012 Print

Moira McLaughlin, “Why Mr. Winkle Matters”, Dog Art Today, September 12, 2012

Myers, Holly, “”The Very Eye of the Night”, Los Angeles Times (image), July 3, 2012 Print

Tuck, Geoff, “Sisterhood Is Powerful: And So Is Micol”, Notes on Looking, February 15, 2012

Despain, Cara, “Doublespeak”, ArtPulse Magazine, July 2012. Print.
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