SELECTED PRESS

Can Rectal Realism and Other 1970s Art Inspire?” by Emily Colucci, Hyperallergic, May 20, 2013
Anton Perich Video Art & Art TV Pioneer“, Ikono, May 10, 2013
One of NYC’s Finest: Anton Perich“, by Casey Dewey, Network Awesome Magazine, Oct. 18. 2012
Nose Bleed” by David St.-Lascaux, Brooklyn Rail, May 2012
Less is Less on the L.E.S.” by Charlie Finch, Artnet, April 2012
Unseen Andy” by Leonardo Luffrida, Artribune, Italy, Jan. 2012
Guide to Black History Month Events Pudget Sound“, CBS Seattle, Feb. 2 2012
Happy Birthday Muhammad Ali: 70 Iconic Images…” by Georg Louis, Time Magazine, Jan. 17, 2012
“In Honor of his 70th BIrthday: Here’s Muhammad Ali Riding a Horse” by Dom Consentino, Deadspin, Jan. 17, 2012
Photo Exhibition Shows Artists Living in New York” by HuffPost Arts & Culture, Huffington Post, Dec. 9, 2011
Il mondo di Anton Perich” Interview, Artitude, Sept. 29, 2011
Insider Interview: Anton Perich” Interviewed by Banu Alpsü und Vera von Laufenberg, Krautmagazin, Aug. 7, 2011
BOMB Alert: Medium Mix-Up“, by Emerald Pellot, Bomb Blog, Jun 6, 2011
Legend by a Legend” by Ryan Wells, Cinespect, June 30, 2011
Muhammad Ali Time Capsule in Long-Lost Movie” by Nick Pinkerton, Village Voice, June 29, 2011
“Anton Perich’s Photos of Cultural Icons Partying in ’70s New York”, by Marina Galperina, Flavorpill, 2011
Pages from the First Inkjet Printer“, by Paul Cox, Bushwick BK, 2011
“Muhammed Ali: Lost and Found by Anton Perich”, The Villager, By Scott Stiffler, 2011
“On Anton Perich’s Long-Lost Muhammad Ali Home Movie, Friday Night at Anthology”, by Elise Nakhnikian, L Magazine, Jun 29, 2011
Max’s Kansas City”, by Jill Conner, Whitehot Magazine, November 2010
The Club Everyone Wanted to Be In”, by Steve Dollar, Wall Street Journal, September 15, 2010
When Style Was Perfected at Max’s Kansas City“, by Ruth La Ferla, NY Times, September 10, 2010
True Revolutionary”, Anton Perich in interview, Miss Rosen Blog, July 27, 2010
Inside Studio 54′s Wildest Nights“, by Anthony Haden-Guest, The Daily Beast, December 13, 2009
Night Brings Love and Passion…“, by Alexandra Wynne, Scallywag & Vagabond, November 8, 2008
Turning Andy Warhol into a Commodity”, by Stephanie Nikolopoulos, Gothamist, February 22, 2007

 




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