Why Artists are Struggling to Make a Living From Their Art (and the Activists Fighting Back)
Frieze, February 2019
Pulling Out of the Whitney
PARIS-LA, January 2019
‘Whitney Museum, Shame on You’: Decolonize This Place Holds Town Hall on Warren B. Kanders Controversy
ArtNews, January 2019
W.A.G.E and Other Activist Organizations Call on Artists to Pull Support From Whitney Biennial
ALL ARTS, January 2019
Artists Urged to Boycott Whitney Biennial in Protest Against Tear Gas Manufacturer Links
Frieze, January 2019
W.A.G.E. Calls on Artists to Withhold Works from Upcoming Whitney Biennial
Artforum, January 2019
W.A.G.E. Asks Artists to Demand Payment and Withhold Content from 2019 Whitney Biennial
Hyperallergic, January 2019
Tops & Flops 2018 (Harry Burke)
Spike Magazine, December 2018
Can Artists Organize? The Story of W.A.G.E.
The New Yorker, December 2018
Working Artists and the Greater Economy: Lise Soskolne Interviewed by Cathrin Mayer
Girls Like Us, Issue #11, November 2018
Artists’ campaigns for better pay are picking up pace – but will museums take note?
Apollo, November 2018
Hoping to Alter Industry Compensation Standards, W.A.G.E. Launches Platform for Negotiating Artists’ Fees
ARTnews, October 2018
A new job to unwork at
4Columns, September 2018
This Online Calculator Helps Artists Demand Fair Pay
Frieze, September 2018
W.A.G.E. Introduces Fee Calculator to Help Artists Negotiate Fair Pay
Artforum, September 2018
WAGE Just Released a Calculator That Tells Artists If They’re Getting Paid Fairly for Their Work
Artnet, September 2018
Digital platform aims to help artists get fair pay
The Art Newspaper, September 2018
Tribune de Geneve, September 2018
Esse 94, Fall 2018
The Art of Fair Pay
The Philadelphia Citizen, June 2018
Metalsmith Tech, Spring 2018
Integrity and Nonprofit Values: Examples of Alignment and Misalignment
Nonprofit Quarterly, April 2018
Le Courrier, March 2018
What It Means for ICA Philadelphia to Become the First WAGE-Certified Museum—and Why Other Institutions Should Care
Artnet, March 2018
First W.A.G.E. Certified Museum Speaks Volumes for Individual Artist Support
Grantmakers in the Arts, March 2018
ICA Philadelphia Receives W.A.G.E. Certification
ARTnews, March 2018
ICA Philadelphia Becomes First Museum Certified By W.A.G.E.
Artforum, March 2018
Philadelphia’s Institute of Contemporary Art Is the First Museum Certified by W.A.G.E.
Hyperallergic, March 2018
The Carnegie International Becomes First Biennial-Style Exhibition Certified by W.A.G.E.
Hyperallergic, December 2017
Carnegie International Named First W.A.G.E.-Certified Biennial-Style Show
ARTnews, December 2017
Fifty-Seventh Edition of Carnegie International Is the First Biennial Certified by W.A.G.E.
Artforum, December 2017
Carnegie International Commits To Fair Artist Pay
Artdaily, December 2017
Faut-il payer les artistes?
Le Courrier, August 2017
10 Organizations Helping Artists Build Community
Art511 Magazine, July 2017
"You May Add or Subtract From the Work"
Artforum, April 2017
Squeaky Wheel Joins National Movement To Pay Artists
The Buffalo News, March 2017
A Timeline of Attempts to Fix the Art World
ARTnews, January 2017
The Interventionists: Working Artists and the Greater Economy
Cultured Magazine, November 2016
ARTnews, May 2016
Italian Financial Times, October 2014
Art Works, February 2013
Advocacy Group W.A.G.E. on What Its First Survey Tells Us About How Artists Are Treated in NYC
Artinfo, April 2012
Likes late-capitalist endgames, hates artists...
Possible Press, Volume 2, Issue 2, May 2011
Labor Movement: Nato Thompson interviews W.A.G.E.
Artforum International, March 2011
Taipei Biennial 2010, organized by Tirdad Zolghadr, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taiwan, September 2010
Artnet.com, February 2010
W.A.G.E. Open Letter
Temporary Services' Art Work: A National Conversation About Art, Labor & Economics, November 2009
W.A.G.E. rage inside 'Democracy in America'
JamesWagner.com, October 2008