Bachelor of Art in Fine Art, UCLA, 1990
Master of Fine Arts, Pratt Institute, 1997

Solo Exhibitions and Presentations:

Mistakes Were Made, Mother-in-Law's, Germantown, NY
Participation Trophy, Charlie James Gallery, Los Angeles
New Trick, Installation at Moving Image New York with Winkleman Gallery
Skin in the Game, Solo booth with Winkleman Gallery at Pulse Art Miami
On a Scale from Not Really OK to Really Not OK, Charlie James Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Reckoning, Solo project at Izolyatsia Foundation, Donetsk, Ukraine
Trade Fair, Solo booth at The Armory Show with Winkleman Gallery, New York, NY
Cool Guys Like You, Winkleman Gallery, New York, NY
Making Sense, Flag Art Foundation, New York, NY
Is It Just Me? The Teaching Gallery at Hudson Valley Community College, Troy, NY
The Reappraisal, Winkleman Gallery, New York, NY
Jennifer Dalton is a Scientist - Not! Smack Mellon Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Would You Rather be a Loser or a Pig? Winkleman/Plus Ultra Gallery, New York, NY
Contemporary Art According to Jen, Curator's Office, Washington, DC
Getting to Know the Neighbors, Plus Ultra Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
A Task No One Assigned, Plus Ultra Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
The Appraisal, Steffany Martz, New York, NY

Collaborative Exhibitions and Projects:

Validation/Permission/Opportunity: Voices of Artists Amplified, collaborative exhibition with Sharon Louden, Berea Arts Council, Berea, KY
The Statistics of Hope, collaborative exhibition with Ghost of a Dream, 601Artspace, New York
MONTH2MONTH, collaboration with William Powhida, presented by More Art, New York, NY
Telethon for the 1%, Organized by FIPCA, Momenta Art, Brooklyn, New York
The Failure Desk, collaboration with William Powhida, Lu Magnus Gallery, New York, NY
#Rank, organized in collaboration with William Powhida, Seven Miami, Miami, FL
No Customs, curated by Jennifer and Kevin McCoy, Sama Tower, Suite 3708, Abu Dhabi, UAE (exhibited collaborative work with Susan Hamburger)
#Class, organized in collaboration with William Powhida, Winkleman Gallery, New York, NY
Artpocalypto 2012, collaborative installation with William Powhida, Schroeder Romero, New York, NY

Selected Group Exhibitions:

Seminal: Masculinity in Contemporary Art, group exhibition at Cristin Tierney Gallery, New York, NY
Spring/Break Secret Art Show, group exhibition at the Old School, New York, NY
Un Voyage dans le bonheur: An ongoing Journey..., group exhibition curated by Laurie De Chiara of ArtPod|Berlin, at Galerie de Walferdange CAW, Luxembourg
Ground Truth IRL, group exhibition curated by Data Through Design, at The Hall, Brooklyn, NY, presented in conjunction with NYC Open Data Week, New York, NY
PLAY, group exhibition curated by Laurie De Chiara of ArtPod|Berlin, at Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany
Essential Work, group exhibition curated by David Opdyke, at Putnam Place, Ridgewood, NY
Ground Truth, group exhibition curated by Data Through Design, presented in conjunction with NYC Open Data Week, New York, NY
Imagining Data, virtual group exhibition curated by CuratorSquared, hosted by Museum of Craft and Design, San Francisco, CA
Year of the Unicorn, group exhibition at Store for Rent Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Let The Good Times Roll, group exhibition at ArtPort Kingston, Kingston, NY
We Are All in this Together, group exhibition at ArtPort Kingston, Kingston, NY
SUM Artists: Visual Diagrams and Systems-Based Explorations, curated by Matthew Deleget and Rossana Martinez, group exhibition at the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College, Clinton, NY
Ho Hum All Ye Faithful, group exhibition at BravinLee Programs, New York, NY
Dataism, curated by Lise Prown with Amy Kurlander, group exhibition at ArtsWestchester Gallery, White Plains, NY
Museum of Capitalism, group exhibition at the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Gallery, Sheila C. Johnson Design Center Parsons School of Design, New York, NY
Dynasty, curated by Amy Goldrich, Christopher K. Ho, Omar Lopez-Chahoud and Sara Reisman, group exhibition at PS 122 Gallery, New York, NY
Install/Deinstall, curated by Gabriela Vainsencher, group exhibition at 601Artspace, New York, NY
Mediums of Exchange, co-curated by Bartholomew F. Bland, Director, Lehman College Art Gallery, and Lisa Panzera, Director, Shirley Fiterman Art Center, group exhibition at Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx, NY
Currency, curated by Dr. Josie Lopez and Dr. Manuel Mantoya, group exhibition at 516 ARTS, Albuquerque, NM
But I'm on the Guest List!, group exhibition presented by Flag Art Foundation at the Peninsula Hotel, Chicago, IL
Museum of Capitalism, group exhibition at SMFA Gallery at Tufts University, Boston, MA
We Rise, festival of art, music and community building centered around mental health for youth, Los Angeles
Museum of Capitalism, group exhibition at the Museum of Capitalism, Oakland, CA
The Times, group exhibition at Flag Art Foundation, New York, NY
Post-Election, group exhibition at September Gallery, Hudson, NY
HOME(WARD), group exhibition presented by More Art at the Nathan Cummings Foundation, New York, NY
Twenty Sixteen in 2016, Smack Mellon's 20th Anniversary Exhibition, group exhibition at Smack Mellon Gallery, curated by Charlotta Kotik, Brooklyn, NY
Summer School, group exhibition at Flag Art Foundation, New York, NY
Ed Ruscha Books & Co, group exhibition at Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills, CA
Light Year 13, curated by Daniela Kostova and Tamas Veszi, Manhattan Bridge Anchorage, Brooklyn, NY
In Search of One City: Sensing (in)Equality, curated by Katherine Gressel, The Old Stone House, Brooklyn, NY
Making Mischief, curated by Michelle Perron, Center Galleries at the College for Creative Studies, Detroit, MI
Bring in the Reality, curated by Rachel Gugelberger, Nathan Cummings Foundation, New York, NY
Pierogi XX, Pierogi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Sargent's Daughters, Sargent's Daughters, New York, NY
Thanks for Writing, curated by Mariam Rahmani, 601Artspace, New York, NY
Lifeloggers: Chronicling the Everyday, curated by Nadine Wasserman and Rachel Seligman, at Perlman Teaching Museum at Carleton College, Northfield MN; Traveling to the Elmhurst Art Museum, Elmhurst, IL
I Never Can Say What I Mean, curated by Iris Williamson, at Hap Gallery, Portland, OR
Personal, Political, Mysterious, Flag Art Foundation, New York, NY
Send me the Jpeg, Winkleman Gallery, New York, NY
Ed Ruscha: Books & Co, Gagosian Gallery, New York, NY; traveled to Museum Brandhorst, Munich, Germany
How Much do I Owe You, curated by Manon Slome, a No Longer Empty project at the Queens Plaza Clocktower Building
CNN's "Power" Digital Art Gallery, Artists respond to the theme of power on
Data Deluge, curated by Rachel Gugelberger and Reynard Loki, Ballroom Marfa, Marfa, TX
The Bank and Trust Show, curated by Dara Meyers-Kingsley, ArtsExchange Gallery, White Plains, NY
I Like the Art World and the Art World Likes Me, curated by Eric Doeringer, EFA Project Space, New York, NY
The Social Graph, curated by Hrag Vartanian, Outpost, Ridgewood, NY
The Chinese Encyclopedia, curated by Susan Thompson, Cuchifritos, New York, NY
Trashed, curated by Craig Platt, 2255 India Avenue, Los Angeles, CA
Escape From New York, curated by Olympia Lambert, 24 Van Houten St., Paterson, NJ
A Torrent of Words, John Michael Kohler Art Center, Sheboygan, WI
Reaccession: For Sale by Owner, curated by Philae Knight and Amanda Steck, Flag Art Foundation, New York, NY
Levity, curated by Cristin Tierney and Heather Dell, Hendershot Gallery, New York, NY
Notes to Self, Schroeder Romero Gallery, New York, NY
Contemporary Art and Portraiture, Cristin Tierney Fine Art, New York, NY
Wall Rockets: Contemporary Artists and Ed Ruscha, curated by Lisa Dennison, Flag Art Foundation, New York, NY
Attention to Detail, curated by Chuck Close, Flag Art Foundation, New York, NY
Made in America, curated by Janet Phelps, Peel Gallery, Houston, TX
Air Kissing: An Exhibition of Contemporary Art About the Art World, curated by Sasha Archibald, Arcadia University Art Gallery, Glenside, PA
The Cult of Personality: Portraits of Mass Culture, Carriage Trade, New York, NY
Caucus, organized by Michael Waugh, Schroeder Romero, New York, NY
Ceci n'est Pas... (This is Not...), curated by Rachel Gugelberger and Jeffrey Walkowiak, Sara Meltzer Gallery, New York, NY
Weak Foundations, curated by Michael Ashkin and Eric Heist, Momenta Art, Brooklyn, NY
Personal Geographies, curated by Joanna Lindenbaum, Hunter College Times Square Gallery, New York, NY
Superstars: The Celebrity Factor in Art, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria
I am 5, Parker's Box, Brooklyn, New York
Regarding Clementine, curated by Choire Sicha, Clementine Gallery, New York, NY
Art, Circuitry and Ecology, exhibition curated by James Andrews accompanying conference celebrating the centennial of Gregory Bateson's birth, the CUNY Graduate Center, New York, NY
Slice & Dice, curated by Alois Kronschlaeger, Visual Arts Gallery, New York, NY
Freehand, curated by Rachel Gugelberger, Marvelli Project Space, Brooklyn, New York
Uncovered: Recent Acquisitions from the Artists' Books Collection, Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art, 2004
La Superette, Deitch Projects and Participant Inc., New York, NY
Fresh Blood, curated by Stephen Apicella-Hitchcock, CEPA Gallery, Buffalo, New York
B-List: Brooklyn, Angst and Desire, curated by David Kramer and John Massier, Hallwalls, Buffalo, New York
Envisioning Information, curated by Fifth Business, Oni Gallery, Boston, MA
Freak Show, curated by Jennifer Musawwir, Musawwir Art Space, Midland Park, New Jersey
Art New York, Kunsträume auf Zeit, Linz, Austria
Face Value, curated by Lauren Ross, White Columns, New York, NY
Unpacked, curated by Alisoun Meehan, New York, NY
Snapshot, Contemporary Museum, Baltimore, MD
Burglar, curated by Elizabeth Balogh, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York, NY
Ninety-Nine, Miller-Durazo, Los Angeles, CA
Local Color, Henry Street Settlement, New York, NY
Pets, Bronwyn Keenan Gallery, New York, NY
Sissy Bar, curated by Elizabeth Balogh, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York, NY
Paper, Everything is Everything, Brooklyn, NY
Los Angeles National Juried Art Exhibition, sponsored by Coagula Art Journal, Spanish Kitchen, Los Angeles, CA
Rising Tides, Rush Arts, New York, NY

Awards, Residencies, Fellowships:

Art Garda, Sirmione, Italy, 2015
La Napoule Art Foundation, La Napoule, France, 2013
Smack Mellon Studio Residency Program, Brooklyn, NY, 2005-2006
Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, 2002
MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, NH, 2001
Millay Colony for the Arts, Austerlitz, NY, 2001
Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY, 1999
Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT, 1998

Curatorial Projects:

Auxiliary Projects Gallery, Co-Director with Jennifer McCoy, Brooklyn, NY, 2012-Present
TV Guide , curated by Jennifer Dalton and Jennifer and Kevin McCoy, Spring/Break Art Show, NYC, 2019
Bulldoze/Cement, curated by Jennifer Dalton and Jennifer McCoy, Spring/Break Art Show, NYC, 2016
AND, curated by Jennifer Dalton, 601Artspace, New York, NY, 2015

Selected Bibliography and Press:

No Longer Empty: Building Art and Community in Unused Spaces, by Manon Slome, 2022
L’art et la lettre, by Audrey Dauxais, published by Citadelles & Mazenad, 2022
"Sorrywatch Art Report: Mistakes Were Made" by Marjorie Ingall, Sorrywatch, August 20, 2022
"Open Data Week highlights NYC’s Open Data Portal with art, design, squirrels and more" by Michelle Cohen, 6sqft, March 7, 2022
"Cheeseburgers, Oil and Minimum Wage: Building a Museum of Capitalism" by Jennifer Schuessler, New York Times, November 13, 2019
Spring Art Fair Highlights: Spring/Break, by Emily Casden, Avant-Garde, March 15, 2019
10 Standout Booths at Spring/Break Art Fair, by Joanna Gmuender, Hamptons Art Hub, March 14, 2019
Spring/Break 2019 Looks More Like a Typical Fair, But the Best Booths Show Its Offbeat Heart, by Paddy Johnson, New York Observer, March 7, 2019
The Flag Art Foundation 2008-2018, published by the Flag Art Foundation and Gregory R. Miller & Co., 2019
"Betting on the American Dream: "Statistics of Hope" at 601Artspace," by Loren Nosan, Filthy Dreams, March 29, 2018
Ecological Aesthetics: artful tactics for humans, nature and politics, by Nathaniel Stern, published by Dartmouth College Press, 2018
"The Times," by Roberta Smith, The New York Times, August 3, 2017
"This Museum Imagines a World Where Capitalism is Dead," by Sarah Burke, Artsy, June 12, 2017
"Studio Visit with Jennifer Dalton," interviewed by Madison Mills, New York Times/Facebook Live, February 8, 2017
"Painting a Picture of Gender Bias," by Amanda Trickett, Standard Issue Magazine, February 8, 2017
"The Conversation Art Podcast," Hosted by Michael Shaw, January 16, 2017
"Artists and Their Muse: Gentrification," by Ronda Kaysen, The New York Times, December 2, 2016
"‘Out!' Boyle Heights activists say white art elites are ruining the neighborhood...but it’s complicated," by Carolina Miranda, The Los Angeles Times, October 14, 2016
"Art house: Los Angeles and New York artists tackle the inequity of real estate," by Alex Rayner, The Guardian, May 31, 2016
"A Public Art Project Invites Gentrifiers to Confess Their Sins," by Seph Rodney, Hyperallergic, May 24, 2016
"Housing Costs Too Much: A Responsive Series of Awkward Dinner Conversations," by Chris Green, Art F City, May 23, 2016
"The Gentrification Art Show That Inspires ‘Intentional Awkwardness’," by Kavitha Surana, Bedford + Bowery, May 19, 2016
"William Powhida and Jennifer Dalton Look at Housing in New York," by Rachel Corbett, Blouin ArtINFO, May 13, 2016
"Contemplating the housing crisis in eight NYC apartments," by Nikita Richardson, Brooklyn Based, April 29, 2016
"Galleries Scramble Amid Brooklyn’s Gentrification," by Holland Cotter, New York Times, April 21, 2016
"A new exhibit explores the complicated relationship between artists and gentrification," by Alanna Schubach, Brick Underground, April 12, 2016
"Nuts and Bolts of MONTH2MONTH," by Paul D'Agostino, Brooklyn Magazine, April 8, 2016
"New York City's Unequal Housing Becomes a Stage for Public Art," by Kriston Capps, CityLab, April 6, 2016
"Jerry Saltz Butts In," by Dushko Petrovich, Tablet, Passover 2016
"Arrived Deeply Uncomfortable; Left Somewhat Satisfied: EXPO Chicago 2015," by S. Nicole Lane, Gapers Block, September 23, 2015
"Slow and Steady Wins the Race at EXPO Chicago," by Rachel Corbett, The Art Newspaper, September 18, 2015
"EXPO Chicago Sports Art from Every Genre, at Every Price Point," by Alanna Martinez, New York Observer, September 18, 2015
Why You Should Be Suspicious of the Creative Economy, by Ben Davis, Artnet, September 10, 2015
Paradox and Choice: Artist Jen Dalton, interview with Jess Van Nostrand, The Project Room Podcast, March 3, 2015
33 Artists in 3 Acts, by Sarah Thornton, published by WW Norton & Co, 2014
"Making Art out of the Data of Everyday Life," by Aimee Levitt, Chicago Reader, June 16, 2014
"Art Between Image and Text," by Amelia Rina, Hyperallergic, June 9, 2014
"Jennifer Dalton's Aphorisms Cut Many Ways," by Christopher Knight, Los Angeles Times, October 10, 2013
Art on the Block: Tracking the New York Art World from Soho to the Bowery, Bushwick and Beyond, by Ann Fensterstock, Published by St. Martin's Press, 2013
Living and Sustaining a Creative Life: Essays by 40 Working Artists, edited by Sharon Louden, Published by Intellect Books, 2013
Various Small Books, edited by Jeff Brouws, Wendy Burton-Brouws and Hermann Zschiegner, Published by MIT Press, 2013
"Interview with Jennifer Dalton, the Artist Behind "Reckoning," by Laura Itzkowitz, Untapped Cities, February 2013
"Taking a Closer Look at CNN's "Power" Art Gallery," by Jillian Steinhauer, Hyperallergic, August 27, 2012
"Can Women of the Art World "Have it All?" Responses to the Atlantic's Contentious Article," by Alanna Martinez, Artinfo, July 17, 2012
"99th Edition of the Armory Show," by Jade Dressler, Metropolis Magazine, March 26, 2012
"The Frozen City," by Rachel Wetzler, Idiom, March 17, 2012
"The Art World is an Absurd Place," interview by Claudia Bodin (in German), ART, March 14, 2012
"A Curator's Diary: Armory Week with FLAG Director Stephanie Roach," by Julia Halperin, Blouin ArtINFO, March 12, 2012
"Turn in Your VIP Badge for a Work of Art at Winkleman's Armory Show Booth," by Rozalia Jovanovic, Gallerist NY, March 7, 2012
"Armory Show 2012," by Rachel Corbett, Artnet, March 7, 2012
"20 Things You Need To See At New York's Biggest Art Show This Weekend," by Julie Zeveloff and Daniel Goodman, Business Insider, March 7, 2012
"Biting the Hand that Feeds Them," by Carolina Miranda, ARTnews, December 2011
"The Art Pop Primer," by Nic Rad, Artlog, December 7, 2011
"Art Fair: Business over Activism," by Karen Rosenberg, New York Times, December 2, 2011
"Some Paradoxes that Likely to Remain Unresolved, by Jennifer Dalton, M/E/A/N/I/N/G Online #5, 25th Anniversary Edition," edited by Susan Bee and Mira Schor,2011
"JENNIFER DALTON Cool Guys Like You," by Abbe Schriber, The Brooklyn Rail, October 2011
"Boys Club? Artist Observes Daily Show/Colbert Report Guest Lists A Sausage-fest," by James Crugnale, Mediaite, Sept. 13, 2011
"Dear Jon: In Her New Show, Inquisitive Artist Jennifer Dalton Asks Talk Show Hosts WTF?," interview with Kyle Chayka, ARTINFO, September 9, 2011
"Where the ladies at?," by Carolina Miranda, C-Monster, September 9, 2011 (republished as "What An Important Person Looks Like: Male" on Jezebel, September 12, 2011)
"Does The Daily Show Still Have a Woman Problem?" by Mary Elizabeth Williams, Salon, September 9, 2011
"Friday Studio Visit," by Man Bartlett, Man Bartlett's Tumblr, September 9, 2011
"Social Revolution: The Art World on Facebook," by Barbara Pollack, ARTNews, June 2011
"I Like the Art World and the Art World Likes Me at EFA Project Space, New York," by Priya Bhatnagar, Frieze, May 2011
"I Like the Art World and the Art World Likes Me at EFA Project Space, New York," by Chris Bors, Art Papers, May-June 2011
"School's In: Contemporary Art and the Educational Turn," by Jen Kennedy, C Magazine, Spring 2011
"In a Former Bank, Money Still Talks," by Susan Hodara, New York Times, April 24, 2011
"Sitting in a Tree: Me & the Artworld at EFA," by Laila Pedro, Idiom Magazine,February 9, 2011
"Why Ed Winkleman Did #Rank at the Seven Art Fair," by Stephen Truax, Hyperallergic, December 29, 2010
"The Year in Art: Top 10 Art shows of 2010," by Jerry Saltz, New York Magazine, December 5, 2010
"Women in Art," interview with Jarrett Moran, Artlog, November 16, 2010
"Jennifer Dalton talks Social Media Consumption," audio interview with Hrag Vartanian, Hyperallergic, November 12, 2010
"The Lives of Artists: Jennifer Dalton," interview by Debbie Ainscoe, Down by the Waterfront, September 2010
"Art Demographics," by Yaelle Amir, ArtSlant, August 22, 2010
"Art in Review: Jennifer Dalton "Making Sense"," by Ken Johnson, New York Times, August 13, 2010
"Artblog Radio: Powhida and Dalton," audio interview by Libby Rosof and Roberta Fallon, Artblog, August 2, 2010
"Art, #class: Interview with William Powhida and Jennifer Dalton," by Stephen Squibb, Idiom Magazine, July 13, 2010
"Jennifer Dalton is "Making Sense" of Jerry Saltz's Facebook Page," interview by Hrag Vartanian, Hyperallergic, July 8, 2010
"Chatting with #Class Co-Curator Jennifer Dalton," interview by Hrag Vartanian, Art 21, April 1, 2010
"Art in Review: #Class," by Holland Cotter, New York Times, March 19, 2010
"More for Art Weekend," by Benjamin Walker, with audio interview, WNYC Culture, March 5, 2010
"The Pedagogical Impulse," by Jonathan T.D. Neil, ArtReview, March 2010
"Cutting Class," by John Haber, New.York.Art.Critf, March 2010
"#Class at Winkleman,", February 28, 2010
"The Art of the Crowd," by Erin Lindholm,
"Art Show as Think Tank,", February 18, 2010
"Class Exhibit Challenges New Museum Show," by Candace Jackson,
Is It Just Me? Works by Jennifer Dalton, published by Winkleman Gallery
"Is It Just Me?," Metroland, September 17, 2009
"Re-Accession: For Sale by Owner," by Barbara A. MacAdam, ARTNews, November 2009
"Boom vs. Bust: Pick a Side," by Sarah Douglas, Art + Auction, September 2009
"Portrait of the Artist as a Young Mall," by Jerry Saltz, New York, May 4, 2009
"Jennifer Dalton, Reappraisal, at Winkleman Gallery," by Jane Harris, Time Out New York, April 30 - May 6, 2009
"Jennifer Dalton at Winkleman Gallery," The New Yorker, April 27, 2009
"Art Boom R.I.P.," by Stephanie Cash, Art in America, February 2009
"Recession Friendly," Art + Auction, February 2009
"Artists Jennifer Dalton and William Powhida Send their Condolences," by Emma Pearse, New York Magazine, December 15, 2008
"Show Me the Money," by Sarah Douglas, Art + Auction, November 2007
"Ceci n'est Pas... (This is Not)," by Holland Cotter, The New York Times, August 3, 2007
"Saying the F-Word," by Jori Finkel, ArtNews, February 2007
"Weak Foundations," New Yorker, January 15, 2007
"Weak Foundations," by Martha Schwendener, New York Times, January 12, 2007
"Moving Arts: Power, Professionalism and Perversity: Looking Back at the 2006 Art Scene," by Jerry Saltz, The Village Voice, January 2, 2007
"Full Totes: Jennifer Dalton," ART Germany, December 2006
"All Art is Contemporary Art," by Jerry Saltz, Modern Painters, November 2006
"Jennifer Dalton at Winkleman/Plus Ultra Gallery," The New Yorker, October 2, 2006
"Honey, I Shrunk the Collectors," by Rachel Somerstein, ArtNews, Summer 2006
"Four Spaniards among 200 Chosen," by Barbara Celis D'Amico, El Pais, July 9, 2006
"Satellite Shows," by Leigh Anne Miller, Art in America, May 2006
"Jennifer Dalton, Artist," by Stefano Pasquini, Sport & Street, Spring/Summer 2006
"Here and Now: Jennifer Dalton at Curator's Office," by Blake Gopnik, The Washington Post, December 5, 2004
"Contemporary Art According to Jen," featured in This is a Magazine, issue 11,
"Survey Course," by Sean Kennedy, New York, October 27, 2003
"Jennifer Dalton," by Frances Richard, Artforum, May 2002
"Jennifer Dalton - A Task No One Assigned," by Susan Hamburger, Waterfront Week, May 12, 2002
"The Softer Side of Technology," by Tanya Bezreh, Art New England, April-May 2001
"The Appraisal," by Robert Thill, Flash Art, May-June 2000
"Ebay Art," by Laurie McGough, Massage, Vol. 6, at
"Art on the Verge," by Gina Basha, CITY NY, February/March 2000, p. 26
"Art Guide," New York Times, February 11, 2000
"Voice Choices," The Village Voice, Vol. XLIV, No. 21, June 1, 1999
"Voice Choices," The Village Voice Vol. XLIII, No. 32, August 11, 1998
"No Big Deal," by Peter Schjeldahl, The Village Voice Vol. XLIII, No. 31, August 4, 1998
"Ladies' Choice," by Chris Macleod, The Resident Vol. 10, No. 41, July 21-27
"Where the Girls Are," by Susan Hamburger, Waterfront Week Vol. 8.13, July 16-29, 1998, p.7
"ArtPoints of Interest," Waterfront Week Vol. 8.7, April 19-22, 1998
"Jennifer Dalton," by Stephanie Bartron, Fizz Magazine #10, Winter 1997/98