A Love Note to the Quirky South, by Edward M. Gómez, Hyperallergic, March 9, 2019

'Way Out People, Way Out There.' Rediscovering the South's Quirky Folk Artists, by Tom Eblen, The Lexington Herald-Leader, February 26, 2019

John Martin at Institute 193 (1B), New York, by The Editors of ARTnews, ARTnews, December 10, 2018

Ten Galleries Whose Founders Quit The Big City To Become Cultural Trailblazers in the Heartland, by Laura van Straaten, Vulture, November 30, 2018

'An Antidote to Nature's Ruin on this Heavenly Globe' at Institute 193, by Emily Goodman, Under Main, November 18, 2018

"Rubbish and Dreams" in Kentucky's Queer Archives: A Conversation with David Getsy on researching Stephen Varble, by Miriam Kienle, Under Main, November 23, 2018

Institute 193 (1B) + Artist St. EOM  by Annie Moye, Alabama Chanin Journal, October 7, 2018

Eddie Owens Martin's Transformation into an Outsider Saint by John Yau, Hyperallergic, October 14, 2018

"I Made About 50 Millions of Tools:"  An Interview With Creative Growth Artist John Martin  by Matt Dostal, Ace Hotel, November 5, 2018

Melissa Carter: New Masters, by Emily Elizabeth Goodman, Number Magazine, Winter 2018. 

Melissa Carter at Institute 193 in Lexington, by Heath Stiltner, Burnaway, October 10, 2018

New Masters Against Mastery, by Miriam Kienle, UnderMain, October 12, 2018. 

Elaine de Kooning's Old House is Art's New Home, by Edward M. Gómez, Hyperallergic, September 8, 2018

Fragment of Another World: Eddie Owens Martin and Pasaquan at Institute 193, by Hunter Kissel, UnderMain, June 10, 2018

Byron Smith: Cover Girls at Institute 193 by Tim Ortiz, Disparate Minds, March 21, 2018

What Can an Old Folk Song Tell Us?, by Robert Sullivan The New Yorker, March 17, 2018

Rediscovering Edward Melcarth, a Gay, Communist Visionary by Edward Gomez, HYPERALLERGIC, February 9, 2018

Illuminating the Underrepresented: Presenting Edward Melcarth by Hunter Kissel, Under Main, February 13, 2018

Meet the Gay, Overtly Sexual Communist From Kentucky Who Highlighted the Male Body by Danny Addice, Hornet, February 10, 2018

Heroic Rough Trade in the Mid - Century by Christopher Harrity, The Advocate, February 6, 2018.

Masterpieces from the Margins: The Outsider Art Fair Triumphs in New York by Anne Doran, Art News, January 18, 2018

Lexington Gallery Awarded Major Grant by Andy Warhol Foundation by Cheri Lawson, WEKU, January 16 2018.

Andy Warhol Foundation Awards Lexington Gallery a Major Grant by Rich Copley, Lexington Herald Leader, January 6, 2018.

Bright, Dark Light by Edward Gomez, Raw Vision #95, Fall 2017

Eyewear Store Brings Style to the Summit by Alex Brinkhorst, Kentucky Kernel, July 21, 2017

Institute 193 Gives Lexington Artist Her First Hometown Exhibit in 14 years by Maya Brown, Lexington Herald-Leader, June 21, 2017.

Mose Tolliver + Institute 193 by Paul Michael Brown, Alabama Chanin Journal, June 9, 2017

60 WRD/ MIN Art Critic Lori Waxman Visits Institute 193 in Lexington by Jac Kuntz, Burnaway, March 27, 2017

Big-city Art Art Critic Will Review Your Work in Just 25 Minutes by Rich Copley, Lexington Herald-Leader, March 17, 2017

Tony Dunn Rarely Spoke, But Those Who Knew Him Say His Art Did the Talking by Karla Ward, Lexington Herald-Leader, January 21, 2017

Louis Zoellar Bickett at 66: Artistic Acclaim and a Death Sentence by Cheryl Truman, Lexington Herald-Leader, August 31, 2016

Robert Beatty: Alien Artifacts by Kat McCue, TUNICA Mazine, Number 5, Spring/Summer 2016

Creative Process: Phillip March Jones by Alabama Chanin, Alabama Chanin Journal, April 26, 2016

Pillowy Gun Sculptures Take Aim at Us' Culture of Violence by Ashlie Stevens, Hyperallergic, April 12, 2016

Natalie Baxter + Institute 193 Q&A by Natalie Chanin, Alabama Chanin Journal, March 30, 2016

Phillip March Jones: Southern Art's Man in New York by Emma Guida, Lexington Herald-Leader, March 27, 2016

Passion Becomes Profession for Institute 193 Director by Ashlie Stevens, Lexington Herald-Leader, March 27, 2016

Meet the Artist Quilting Flaccid Pink AK-47s by Molly Hannon, The Creators Project (VICE), March 23, 2016

Weapons of Mass Construction by Julie Gross, AEQAI, March 22, 2016

Here is the Exhibitor List for NADA New York 2016 by M.H. Miller, ArtNews, March 18, 2016

Creative Types: Louis Bickett – Photographer, Collector & Serial Archivist by Celeste Lewis, Chevy Chaser Magazine, March 2, 2016

We Are Unable to Use the Enclosed Material by Lilly Lampe, The Paris Review, November 23, 2015 

Adam O'Neal: Ocean Drive by Tag Christof, Need Supply Co., July 12, 2015

Raising the Profile of Columbia's Art by Eve M. Kahn, New York Times, January 8, 2015

Founder of Lexington's Institute 193 expands his artistic vision to New York by Tom Eblen, Lexington Herald-Leader, December 28, 2014

Here is the 2015 Outsider Art Fair Exhibitor List by M.H. Miller, Artnews, November 11, 2014

The Massengill Family: Making Pictures: Three for a Dime by Joanna Haberman, Flashpoint Magazine, October 2, 2014

Making Pictures: Three for a Dime Exhibition, Alabama Chanin Journal, August 29, 2014

Shara Hughes: Midnight Snacks at Institute 193, Lexington, KY by Louis Zoellar Bickett, Aeqai, August 15th, 2014

Meatyard's Photos of Merton, at Institute 193 in Lexington by Eileen Yanoviak, Burnaway, July 22, 2014

Institute 193 Hires Henry Detweiler and Issues New Book by Stephanie Cash, Burnaway, May 27, 2014

Book Serves as First Volume in Ongoing Story of Institute 193 by Rich Copley, Lexington Herald-Leader, May 22, 2014

North Limestone's Institute 193 to Release Book Highlighting Gallery's Southern Artists by Patrick O'Dowd, Ace Weekly, May 21, 2014

Outsider Art Fair Announces Participants, New Dates by Leigh Anne Miller, Art in America Magazine, March 31, 2014

Traversing Tradition in Kentucky's Contemporary Art: Lexington's 10 Best Galleries by Michelle Combs, The Culture Trip, February 3, 2014

Lexington artist's work re-examines Kennedy's legacy Rich Copley, Lexington Herald Leader, November 21, 2013

Revisiting Dust-to-Digital and Institute 193 Publications by Burnaway Staff, Burnaway, 500 Mile Radius, July 30, 2013

The Lexington Arts Scene by Louis Bickett, Burnaway, 500 MIle Radius, July 25, 2013

193 SOUND , Alabama Chanin Journal, June 18, 2013

Out There Atlanta’s Summer Sound Series: Phillip March Jones on 193 Sound by Lilly Lampe, Burnaway Radio, Out There Atlanta, June 12, 2013

Institute 193 creates a gallery of "aural art" by Rich Copely, Lexington Herald Leader, April 14, 2013

Institute 193 brings Alabama outsider artist Lonnie Holley to Lexington by Candace Chaney, Lexington Herald Leader, April 14, 2013

Insider Praise for Outsider Art, by Pac Pobric, The Art Newspaper, Number 244, March 2013

Mean Times Make Nice Art: Spiritual and Soothing Art by Sameer Reddy by Ana Finel Honigman, International Sculpture Center blog, February 28, 2013

ARTSpeak: Phillip March Jones by Rachel Reese, Burnaway Radio AM1690, February 19, 2013

Artist Provides Rebirth Experience by Rich Copley, Lexington Herald Leader, February 18, 2013

Kentucky Outsider Artists Represented in NYC Art Fair by Jonese Franklin and Connor Ryan, WFUV/WEKU radio, originally aired February 8, 2013 

Institute 193 exhibits at important New York art fair by Rich Copley, Lexington Herald Leader, February 1, 2013

Feeling Right at Home on the Fringe: Outsider Art Fair Opens at 548 West 22nd Street by Roberta Smith, New York Times, January 31, 2013

Institute 193 represents Kentucky artists at NY’s Outsider Art Fair by Saraya Brewer,, January 31, 2013

Cellist Ben Sollee is finishing up a crazy year by Walter Tunis, Lexington Herald Leader, December 16, 2012

Sandwich Shop 2: Korean Pancake Pop Up In Lexington by Chef Tom, Ace Weekly, October 17, 2012

Lifelong Music Fan Finds Her Groove In the Electronic World by Rich Copely, Lexington Herald Leader, August 5, 2012

Exhibit Honors Artist Who was 'the straw that stirred the drink' by Rich Copley, Lexington Herald Leader, May 27, 2012

100 Under 100: The New Superstars of Southern Art Oxford American Magazine, Issue 76, February/March 2012

Prison Inmate Puts His Time to Artistic Use by Rich Copley, Lexington Herald Leader, March 25, 2012

Portraits: Phillip March Jones by Saraya Brewer, Chevy Chaser Magazine, December 16, 2011

Institute 193 by Amanda Harper, Tops in Lex, December 15, 2011

Mike Goodlett's Biomorphic World by Ben Durham, North of Center, November 9, 2011

193 Exhibit Signals New Direction for Artist Mike Goodlett by Celeste Lewis, Business Lexington, November 8, 2011

Seven Key Art Organizations in Lexington, by Rich Copley, Lexington Herald Leader, September 22, 2011

Passing Strange at Conduit Gallery by Jerome Weeks, Art + Seek (KERA), July 27, 2011

Art Review: Southern Art Cross-Pollinates in Conduit’s Wunderkammer by Ryder Richards, D Magazine, July 20, 2011

Conduit Gallery-Wunderkammer, Curator Phillip M. Jones Interview by Lauren Kennedy, ARTTHISWEEK, July 14, 2011

Interview with Lina Tharsing by Phillip March Jones, Whitehot Magazine, April 2011

One Potato Two Potato: J.T. Dockery and Nick Tosches team up to create dizzying graphic novel by Captain Comannokers, North of Center, February 2, 2011

Portraits From Kentucky: 40/40 by Linda Hinchcliffe, The Chevy Chaser, December 20, 2010

Kickstarter: The Guy Mendes 40/40 Project by Bianca Spriggs, Ace Weekly, December 9, 2010

Guy Mendes' New Photo Book Focuses on Artists, Originals by Tom Eblen, Lexington Herald-Leader, December 5, 2010

Resonant Hole Punch Through Universe by Captain Commanokers, North of Center, November 24, 2010

In Death, Lexington Artist Gets... by Shannon Eblen, Lexington Herald-Leader, October 24, 2010

The Bibelots of Charlie Williams by Bianca Spriggs, Ace Weekly, October 18, 2010

Phillip March Jones Came Home to Lexington... by Rich Copley, Lexington Herald Leader, October 10, 2010

Does 'Crowdfunding' Work? by Tom Martin, Business Lexington, October 5, 2010

EcoART in the Community by Amber Scott, North of Center, April 22, 2010

Someday is Today: Burris Exhibit Engages Politics, Social Justice by Amber Scott, North of Center, January 29, 2010

Artist Who Usually Helps Others Shows Own Work by Tom Eblen, Lexington Herald-Leader, January 17, 2010

In Conversation with Bruce Burris by Phillip March Jones, Whitehot Magazine, January 2010

Gallery's Goal is to Get Artists Out There' by Shannon Eblen, Lexington Herald-Leader, October 15, 2009