Select Stories In The Media About Joel Tauber’s Work:

• Ehrsam, Anna, “Joel Tauber’s Vision Of A Better World”, Battery Journal, April 29, 2022.

• Eckerling, Debra, “Artist’s New Exhibit Brings Hope to the Border Crisis”, Jewish Journal, April 7, 2022.

• Wesler, Ariel, “Art exhibit addresses immigration debate through lens of baseball”, Spectrum News 1: Los Angeles – East, April 2, 2022. Television story about Border-Ball.

• Von Niklas Maak and Katja Petrowskaja, “Kunst Der Woche. Hinter Scheiben. Die Kunst ist da – wir dürfen sie aber nicht besuchen.” Frankfurter Allgemeine, April 4, 2021. Sick-Amour featured in this story.

• Sylvan, Edward, “Filmmakers Making A Social ImpactWhy & How Filmmaker Joel Tauber Is Helping To Change Our World”, Authority Magazine, January 12, 2021.

• Little, Joe, “‘We’re All in This Together: Playing a Game of Catch Along US – Mexico Border”, NBC 7 San Diego (San Diego, CA, USA), November 7, 2019. Television story about Border-Ball.

• Wood, Larry, “Filmmaker Relates Ideas About Sharing Through Happyville, A Long-Forgotten Aiken County Commune”, Aiken Standard, July 30, 2018.

• Ronzheimer, Hanna, “Kunst unter Wasser und in der Lufy. Joel Tauber: “Underwater: an operatic disco. Der Wanderimker.” ORF Radio: Ö1 (Austria), March 21, 2018. National radio story about UNDERWATER.

• De Llano, Pedro, “Happyville in the Rearview: A Conversation between Joel Tauber and Pedro de Llano”, Art Journal Open, October 6, 2016.

• “Joel Tauber”, zitty Berlin: Das Stadtmagazin Fur 14 Tage Und Nachte, Issue 2015/10.

• Artsy, Avishay, “An Artist And Father Explores The Idea of Sharing”, KCRW radio (Los Angeles, CA, USA), June 19, 2015. Radio story about The Sharing Project.

• Ford, David, “Video Project Delves into the Art of Sharing”, WFDD radio (Winston-Salem, NC). A 4-minute story about The Sharing Project aired on November 25, 2013 and a 19-minute story aired on November 29, 2013; December 1, 2013; August 1, 2014; and August 3, 2014.

• Klanten, R. and Schulze, F., Erratic: Visual Impact in Current Design, Gestalten. Searching For The Impossible: The Flying Project is featured in this book. 2011.

• Doktorczyk-Donohue, Marlena, “Joel Tauber: ‘Pumping’ at Susanne Vielmetter”, art ltd magazine, March 2011.

• Knight, Christopher, “Art review: Joel Tauber at Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects”, Los Angeles Times, January 20, 2011.

Sick-Amour featured in the television documentary Brilliant Green, which first aired nation-wide in the U.S. on the Ovation Network in January 2009.

• Mania, Astrid, “Joel Tauber Bei Adamski, Berlin: Graben Und Fliegen”, artnet magazine (German edition), March 25, 2008.

•  Mayer, Daniela, “Akustisches Tagebuch / Highlights Art Cologne”, Art Radio Podcast, Germany, 2007. Radio story about Sick-Amour.

• Myers, Holly, “Joel Tauber’s Rose Bowl sycamore project rooted in obsession. Joel Tauber’s latest combines conceptual rigor, humor, social critique and ecological preservation.” Los Angeles Times, March 30, 2007.

• The biggest German culture radio broadcast company, Deutsche Welle / Deutschlandfunk, presented a story about Sick-Amour on March 18, 2007.

• Mizota, Sharon, “Crawling into the woodwork: Pasadena artist goes out on a limb. A tree in the Rose Bowl parking lot has become the project and passion of artist Joel Tauber.” Los Angeles Times, March 10, 2007.

• Gray, Emma, “Future Greats: Twenty-five artists to look out for in 2007… Joel Tauber”, ArtReview Magazine, March 2007.

• Ross Becker, “The Local Story: Man Adopts Tree at Rose Bowl in Pasadena”, NBC Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA, USA), Oct 11, 2006. Digital television and web story about Sick-Amour.

• Williams, Janette, “His Tree of Life: Artist Tends to Lone Sycamore in Rose Bowl Parking Lot”, Pasadena Star News, October 4, 2006. Front page, lead story.

• Bill Drummond, “Cities of the Plain”, Soundprint for National Public Radio (USA), June 2, 2006. Sick-Amour featured in this national radio story.

•  Louise Storm, “FORMAT. Los Angeles 2005: Valdes, Ruben Ochoa, Lori Shindler, Joel Tauber, Kaz Oshiro, Adria Julia”, Swedish Television, October 18, 2005. Searching For The Impossible: The Flying Project and The Underwater Project: Turning Myself Into Music featured in this television story. Aired in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and Iceland.

• Sachs, Mark, “My favorite weekend: Joel Tauber. This caveman digs nature and the Sox.” Los Angeles Times, August 25, 2005.

• Hart, Hugh, “Into It for the Shock of His Life. Joel Tauber tries to jolt himself into seeing his place on Earth. In his art he flies, dives, dares.” Los Angeles Times, December 25, 2004.