Simmons, William J.Petah Coyne and Kathy Grove - Guerrilla Girls: The Early Years at Galerie Lelong.” CRUSHfanzine, 2016.
Simmons, William J., Martha Rosler. “Portfolio - Martha Rosler: Bringing the War Home.” BOMB, 2016.
Simmons, William J.Interview: Kiki Smith.” CRUSHfanzine, 2016.
Simmons, William J.Review: "Beyond the Gaze" at Garis & Hahn.” Flaunt Magazine, 2016.
Simmons, William J.Vistor Guide: Earthfold - Julie Mehretu and Jessica Rankin at Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens,” 2016.
Simmons, William J., Khary Simon. “Review: Tom's House by Tom of Finland Foundation.” CRUSHfanzine, 2016.
Simmons, William J.Eva Stenram: A Second Abduction.” LOST WKND, 2016.
Simmons, William J.Interview: Lynn Hershman Leeson.” Musée Magazine, 2016, 1, 14.
Simmons, William J.Sherrie Levine at David Zwirner.” CRUSHfanzine, 2016.
Simmons, William J.Cover Feature: Jessica Chastain.” Flaunt Magazine, 2016.
Simmons, William J.Review: Drawing Then at Dominique Lévy Gallery.” Modern Painters, 2016.
Simmons, William J., Linda Yablonsky, and Billy Sullivan. Billy Sullivan: Still, Looking Works - 1969-2016. Zürich: Edition Patrick Frey, 2016. billy_sullivan_essay.pdf
Simmons, William J.Britta Phillips Branches Out.” Interview Magazine, 2016.
Simmons, William J."And there went Pluto - gone, gone, gone!" - An Interview with Judith Bernstein.” Flaunt Magazine, 2016.
Simmons, William J.Jürgen Klauke: Transformer.” Aperture (2016).
Simmons, William J.Kate Barry and Charlotte Gainsbourg at Film Society of Lincoln Center.” CRUSHfanzine, 2016.
Simmons, William J.Pattern Play: An Interview with Cheryl Donegan.” Art in America (2016).
Simmons, William J.Interview with Amalia Ulman.” Flaunt Magazine, 2015.Abstract
Somewhere between Chris Burden and Cindy Sherman, artist Amalia Ulman is a fearless investigator of popular culture who is unafraid to use her own body as a critical tool. Her much-lauded 2014 series Excellences and Perfections involved a five-month Instagram performance wherein Ulman took on the persona of an ingénue in search of stardom—a revival, perhaps, of Naomi Watts’s character in the David Lynch classic Mulholland Drive(2001). What Ulman points to that Lynch did not is the “realities” of extreme plastic surgery culture, something that might have changed the haunting story of Betty, Diane, and Rita entirely.
Simmons, William J."The Human Soul Weighs Three to Four Ounces" - Cover feature on Drømsjel a.k.a. Pierre Schmidt.” LOST WKND, 2015, 1, 1.
Simmons, William J.Labor Day Previews: Nadia Haji Omar/Bayne Peterson at Kristen Lorello and Samuel Laurence Cunnane at Theodore: Art.” ArtCritical, 2015.