Media

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

• Albertini, Rosanna, “Border ball: JOEL TAUBER IN FRONT OF THE WALL”, The Kite, December 2, 2019.

• Albertini, Rosanna, “Border Ball: THE OTAY MESA PORT OF ENTRY”, The Kite, November 17, 2019.

• Little, Joe, “‘We’re All in This Together: Playing a Game of Catch Along US – Mexico Border”, NBC 7 San Diego, November 7, 2019. The story aired at 4:30 pm and 6 pm on NBC 7 San Diego on November 7, 2019; and it can be viewed now on the NBC 7 San Diego website, the NBC 4 Los Angeles website, and the NBC Bay Area website.

• Hinton, John, “WFU artist to ‘play ball’ on U.S. border”, in “Higher Education Notebook”, Winston-Salem Journal, November 2, 2019.

• Albertini, Rosanna, “Border Ball : THE ROUTE e auguri di buon viaggio”, The Kite, November 2, 2019.

• McGrath, Kim, “WFU artist Joel Tauber will ‘play ball’ on the U.S.-Mexico border”, Wake Forest News, October 22, 2019.

• Toops, Duane, “Art Meets Mysticism: An Interview With Joel Tauber.” This 86 minute podcast episode in The Process & The Path went live on June 14, 2019.

• Tauber, Joel, “On Masculinity, Intellectual Sparring, and Comedy”, Impakter Magazine, May 8, 2019.

• Tauber, Joel, “UNDERWATER”, Impakter Magazine, January 23, 2019.

• 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). Joel Tauber and Robby Greif talk about the exhibition UNDERWATER at KOENIG2 by_robbygreif in a 4-minute story that aired on March 21, 2018.

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

• Kherbek, William, “Nature // By Nightfall, Truth Becomes a Lie: ‘Fail Better…’ at Adamski Gallery”, Berlin Art Link: The Insider’s Guide To Contemporary Art And Culture, July 5, 2016.

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

• Calder, Diane, “Continued and Recommended: Joel Tauber, The Sharing Project, CSU Long Beach”, ArtScene Magazine: The Monthly Digest to Art in Southern California, Vol.34, No 11, July / August 2015, pg. 24.

• Artsy, Avishay, “An Artist And Father Explores The Idea of Sharing”, KCRW radio (based in Los Angeles, CA). Joel Tauber discusses The Sharing Project with Avishay Artsy in a 4-minute story that aired on June 19, 2015.

• Artsy, Avishay, “A Jewish Commune And Lessons Of Sharing”, Jewish Journal, June 19, 2015.

• Tauber, Joel, “What Can The Inuit And Nuer Teach Us About Sharing”, The Huffington Post, February 25, 2015.

• Tauber, Joel, “Shared Resources And Expectations”, The Huffington Post, February 18, 2015.

• Tauber, Joel, “Campfires, Socialism, And Multi-Level Selection”, The Huffington Post, February 10, 2015.

• Tauber, Joel, “Private Property And Inequity”, The Huffington Post, February 5, 2015.

• Tauber, Joel, “How Do We Figure Out How Much To Share?”, The Huffington Post, January 28, 2015.

• Tauber, Joel, “To What Extent Are We Teaching Our Kids To Share?”, The Huffington Post, January 21, 2015.

• Tauber, Joel, “We Share More When We Feel Interconnected”, The Huffington Post, January 13, 2015.

• Tauber, Joel, “The Sharing Project”, The Huffington Post, June 17, 2014.

• The Sharing Project on “Triad Arts with David Ford”, WFDD radio (based in Winston-Salem, NC). Joel Tauber discusses The Sharing Project with David Ford in a 4-minute story that aired on November 25, 2013 and a 19-minute story that aired on November 29, 2013; December 1, 2013; August 1, 2014; and August 3, 2014.

• Hughes, Haley, “Man to explore forgotten Aiken community in film”, Aiken Standard, July 28 2013.

• Patterson, Tom, “History inspires artist to learn to fly”, Winston Salem Journal, February 10, 2013.

• 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.

• Jenks, Andrew, “Sick-Amour”, Educational Media Reviews Online, November 30, 2011.

• Patterson, Tom, “Variety of style highlights show by three artists”, Winston-Salem Journal, September 28, 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.

• Garchik, Leah, “Look For The Kids With The Big Eyes”, San Francisco Chronicle, October 25, 2010.

• Williams, Janette and Charles, Brian, “Citybeats: A Rose Bowl love story stars in film”, Pasadena Star-News, September 5, 2010.

• “Brilliant Green”, Ovation Network. Joel Tauber and his project Sick-Amour are featured in a seven-minute segment in the television documentary “Briliant Green.” The show first aired nation-wide on the Ovation Network in January 2009.

• Immediato, Linda, “Gallery of Earthly Delights: A collection of eco-obsessed artists makes L.A. their biosphere of influence”, Angeleno Magazine, January 2009.

• Ennis, Ciara, “Joel Tauber, Sick-Amour (California, 2006 – ongoing)”, Kunstwerken voor de publieke ruimete / Artworks for Public Space (Karin Christof, editor). 2009.

• “Joel Tauber in Conversation With Susan Bell Yank”, 2008 California Biennial Catalog, pg 198-199, 2008.

• Tauber, Joel, “Growing”, USC Gayle Garner Roski School of Fine Arts BFA / BA Catalogue. Essay about the USC tree baby installation and teaching with an introduction by Dean Ruth Weisberg, 2008.

• “Walden School’s ‘Tree Baby’ Project”, Pasadena Outlook, September 25, 2008.

• Levenson, Daniel E., “Brandeis Hosts Exhibition of ‘Post-Jewish’ Art”, New Vilna Review, June 26, 2008.

• Kelley Jr., Bill, “Observations on ‘Sick-Amour’”, Log: Observations on architecture and the contemporary city, pg 80, Spring / Summer 2008.

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

• Geagea, Nadia, “’Sick-Amour:’ One Californian’s Love Affair with Trees”, International Society of Arboriculture: Arborist•News magazine, February 2008.

• “Tree Project Branches off Across SoCal”, USC Chronicle, February 4, 2008.

•  Mayer, Daniela, “Akustisches Tagebuch / Highlights Art Cologne”, Art Radio Podcast, Germany. A four-minute radio story about Sick-Amour and its presentation at Art Cologne. 2007.

• Giller Nelson, Sarah, “Joel Tauber”, The New Authentics: Artists of the Post-Jewish Generation catalogue, 2007.

• Zellen, Jody, “Joel Tauber: Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, CA”, artUS, Summer 2007.

• Martin, Victoria, “Joel Tauber at Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects”, Artweek, June 2007.

• Brooks, Amra, “Must See Art: Paul McCarthy lecture at the UCLA Hammer Museum and ‘Sick-Amour’ by Joel Tauber at Susanne Vielmetter”, LAWeekly, April 11, 2007.

• McCave, Lesley, “Regional Roundup: Los Angeles”, ArtInfo, April 11, 2007.

• 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 six-minute story about Sick-Amour in conjunction with its presentation at Art Cologne. 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.

• Calder, Diane, “Joel Tauber: March 17- April 14 at Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, Culver City”, ArtScene Magazine: The Monthly Digest to Art in Southern California, March 2007.

• Gray, Emma, “The It Factor”, artnet magazine, February 19, 2007.

• Blodgett, Erica, “A Sycamour Affair… The love story of Joel Tauber and his lonely sycamore”, The Design Magazine, February 2007.

• Harvey, Doug, “Street Signism: The new, weird counterculture”, LAWeekly, November 15, 2006.

• Ross Becker, “The Local Story: Man Adopts Tree at Rose Bowl in Pasadena”, NBC News, local edition. Joel Tauber discusses Sick-Amour with Ross Becker. The 5 minute story was broadcast in Los Angeles on October 11, 2006 on digital television channel 4.4 as well as www.nbc4.tv

• 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. Joel Tauber discusses Sick-Amour with Bill Drummond. The 5 minute segment about Sick-Amour is part of a larger story about trees. Broadcast on more than 180 stations nationwide, beginning on June 2, 2006.

•  Louise Storm, “FORMAT. Los Angeles 2005: Valdes, Ruben Ochoa, Lori Shindler, Joel Tauber, Kaz Oshiro, Adria Julia”, Swedish Television, October 18, 2005. Clips from Searching For The Impossible: The Flying Project and The Underwater Project: Turning Myself Into Music as well as an interview with Joel Tauber in his cave apartment were broadcast on Swedish television and 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.

• Krieger, Diane, “On Stage: Taking A Dive For Art’s Sake At Lindhurst Gallery”, USC Chronicle, August 29, 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.

• Knight, Christopher, “Staking a claim for an idiom of Los Angeles”, Los Angeles Times, November 26, 2004.

• Knight, Christopher, “Biennial arrives, and so does a museum”, Los Angeles Times, October 13, 2004.

• Simon, Jane, “Joel Tauber”, 2004 California Biennial catalogue, pg 112 – 115, 2004.

• Chris Kraus, “Cast Away”, Art/Text, May – July 2001.