Works featured in Books & Catalogs
Not Visual Noise: Philippine Photography in a Media Saturated World. Edited by Angel Velasco Shaw. On occasion of the exhibition: Not Visual Noise at Ateneo University Art Gallery, Quezon City, Philippines. Published by The Ateneo de Manila University. ISBN 978-971-0426-37-9. Published 2020.
California Dreaming: Movement and Place in the Asian American Imaginary. Edited by Christine Bacareza Balance and Lucy Mae San Pablo Burns. Published by University of Hawaii Press, 2020. ISBN-13: 9780824872069. (→)
Multiply, Identify, Her. ICP Museum. Curated by Marina Chao. Published by A+L and the International Center of Photography. ISBN 978-0-933642-29-4. (→)
Energy Charge: Connecting with Ana Mendieta: Simone Leigh, Gina Osterloh, Antonia Wright, Ana Teresa Fernandez & Kate Gilmore. Arizona State University Art Museum. Essays by Heather Sealy Lineberry, Julio César Morales, Anuradha Vikram and Raquel Cecilia Mendieta. ISBN# 978-0-9644646-6-7. (→)
Group Dynamic | Gina Osterloh, published by Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Distributed by RAM publications, Designed by Willem Henri Lucas
Demolition Woman, essays by Chong Dai Vo, Doris Chon and Catherine Wagley. Group exhibition catalog. Guggenheim Gallery, Chapman University, Anaheim, CA
An Anthology of Art and Literature by Southeast Asian Women in the Diaspora: Troubling Borders, edited by Isabelle Thuy Pelaud, Lan Duong, Mariam B. Lam and Kathy Nguyen, published by University of Washington Press (→)
War Baby, Love Child: Mixed Race Asian American Art, edited by Laura Kina & Wei Ming Dariotis, published by University of Washington Press (→)
Truthiness: Photography as Sculpture, UC Riverside and California Museum of Photography. Group exhibition catalog. Curated by Tyler Stallings.
Body Double, Luckman Gallery, Cal State LA. Group exhibition catalog. Curated by Julie Joyce.
Press: Reviews & Interviews
Lenscratch / Fine Art Photography Daily, Gina Osterloh, interview by Erica Cheung, May 13, 2021 (→)
Art & Market, Considered Gestures: Redefining Filipino Non-representational Art, by Riley Yuen (→)
The Brooklyn Rail. Gina Osterloh at Higher Pictures Generation (review of solo exhibition), by Susan Breyer. December 2020. (→) (PDF ↓)
The Wattis Institute. "We Listen Near By," online audio archive project by Hồng-Ân Trương. Conversation with Gina Osterloh and Latipa (née Michelle Dizon). Participants include Hồng-Ân Trương, Latipa, Gina Osterloh, Betty Yu, denise andrade, Michelle Phương Ting, Dinh Q. Lê, Việt Lê, and Bruce Yonemoto. (→)
The Ohio State University, College of Arts and Sciences presents "Gina Osterloh on the pressure of looking." Audio interview with Gina Osterloh by David Staley. (→)
Enclave Review (ER). Interview with David Lloyd. Spring 2019. (PDF ↓)
ABS-CBN video interview. The Cross-Genre Art of Gina Osterloh. Manila, Philippines. July 2018. (→)
The Brooklyn Rail, Multiply, Identify, Her. Review by Anna Dunn (group exhibition) (→)
Contemporary Art Daily, group exhibition, “An Idea of a Boundary” (→)
Artforum Critic’s Pick, group exhibition, “An Idea of a Boundary” by Jeanne Gerrity (→)
Art and Cake: A Contemporary Art Magazine with a Focus on the LA Art Scene, group exhibition, "Ours is a City of Writers." Collaboration with writer Sharon Mizota (→)
The New York Observer, "12 Things to do in New York's Art World Before November 13 - Gina Osterloh at Higher Pictures" (→)
Musee Magazine, Gina Osterloh at Higher Pictures (→)
Nothing to See Here There Never Was, Gina Osterloh at Silverlens Galleries. Online exhibition catalog with essay by Jan Christian Bernabe, P.h.D. (→) (PDF ↓)
Postmodern Culture, Review of Monograph: Group Dynamic and Improper Light, by Janis Holm, Ohio University (PDF)
Artforum Critics Pick July 2014 by Annie Buckley, Review of Solo Exhibition at François Ghebaly Gallery, LA (→)
Art Ltd, September 2014 by Shana Nys Dambrot, Review of Solo Exhibition at François Ghebaly Gallery, LA (PDF)
Queer Sites and Sounds, Center of Art + Thought (CA+T) online interview and exhibition, curated by Jan Christian Bernabe and interviewed by Matthew Andrews (→)
The Space Between: Gina Osterloh’s “Shadow” Residency at LACE, Sharon Mizota, Artbound, KCET (→)
Transnational Identity, and the Subtleties of Being Seen: Exploring the Nexus of Artists Michelle Dizon and Gina Osterloh, Pilar Tompkins, Artbound, KCET (→)
Anonymous Front, exhibition brochure, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Essay by Paola Santoscoy, Interview with Julio Cesar Morales & Gina Osterloh (PDF)
Cohen, Kris. BODY PROP. Exhibition Publication, Silverlens Gallery, Philippines (PDF).
Bernabe, Jan Christian. Transitions: Asian American Time Based Art. Exhibition Publication, Sheehan Gallery, Whitman College, Washington.
Grace, Shantel. Honolulu Weekly, Fall Picks - Gina Osterloh, September 1, 2010
Bhaumik, Sita. Artist Focus: Gina Osterloh. Hyphen Magazine, Issue #20, The Inside/Out Issue (→)
Davis, Ben. Spring Guide New York City, Village Voice, March 24, 2010
Ollman, Leah. “Minimum Yields Maximum at Monte Vista” Los Angeles Times, March 5, 2010. Curated exhibition.
Mizota, Sharon. Artist Focus: “PAPERED OVER: Gina Osterloh’s Disappearing Act”, Art on Paper, November/December 2009, Volume 14, pp.30-31 (PDF)
Buencamino, Yael. "Beyond Frame: Philippine Photomedia", Review. Philippine Daily Inquirer, Nov. 15, 2009
Buckley, Annie, Review of Solo Exhibition at Chung King Project, Los Angeles, CA, Art in America, September 2009, p.154 (PDF)
Dambrot, Shana Nys, “Shooting Blanks”, Review of Solo Exhibition at Chung King Project, Los Angeles, CA, Artweek, May 2009 (PDF)
Wong, Martin, “Paper View,” Feature and Interview, Giant Robot, May/June 2009 (PDF)
Gibson, Prue, "Beyond Frame: Philippine Photomedia", Review UTS Gallery curated by Gina Fairley, Art Monthly Australia Issue #216, December 2008, pp 31-33
Fairley, Gina, “Shooting Blanks”, Review of Solo Exhibition at Green Papaya Art Projects, Manila
Philippines, Art Asia Pacific, Issue No.60, Sept/Oct 2008, p.205 (PDF
Fairley, Gina, “Photography Rising”, Review of contemporary photography in the Philippines, Asian Art News, July/August 2008, pp 69-73
Datuin, Flaudette V. May, “Shooting Blanks,” Review of Solo Exhibition at Green Papaya Art Projects, Manila Philippines,
CTRL+P Journal of Contemporary Art, July 2008, pp 20-21
Dawsey, Jill, “Blank Athleticism” Review of Solo Exhibition at [2ND Floor Projects], San Francisco, Critic’s Pick, Artforum online, October 2007 (PDF)
Riger, Cassie, “Blank Athleticism” Review of Solo Exhibition at [2ND Floor Projects], San Francisco, Artweek, Dec 2007/Jan 2008 Issue (PDF)
Myers, Holly, “Through a lens starkly”, Review of group exhibition Body Double, LA Times, Sept. 12, 2007
Dumancas, Pedro, “Galleon Trade: Fil-Am Exodus” Group Exhibition, Manila Philippines, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Aug 6, 2007
Osterloh, Gina, "Somewhere Tropical," Chapter published in the book California Dreaming: Movement and Place in the Asian American Imaginary. Edited by Christine Bacareza Balance and Lucy Mae San Pablo Burns. Published by University of Hawaii Press, 2020. ISBN-13: 9780824872069.
Osterloh, Gina, "The Shadow and the Gap: A rare look at Charles Gaines' Shadows series," Ursula Magazine, Hauser & Wirth, Issue 4 Fall 2019. (→)
Osterloh, Gina, review of "Family Pictures" at The Columbus Museum of Art (CMA). Camera Austria International. Issue 142 | 2018. ISBN 978-3-902911-44-5. (→)