New York Times: KJP and gallery artist Qualeasha Wood are featured in the NYT’s coverage of Art Basel Miami Beach 2021. The feature was published in both print and digital formats.  

Artnet: To Adapt to a Changing Market, Art Basel Is Eliminating Old Rules That Barred Younger Galleries From the Fair.

Forbes: In an interview with Forbes, Swizz Beatz reveals his favorite work in Art Basel Miami Beach 2021 is that of gallery artist Qualeasha Wood. 

ARTnews: First-Time Exhibitors Shine at Art Basel Miami Beach as Selection Committee Pushes to Diversify

BET: Art Basel Miami 2021: Black Artists You Should Know

Artsy: The Canvas: Sifting through the Sands of Art Basel in Miami Beach’s 2021 Edition to Understand Where the Biggest Art Fair in the U.S. Goes from Here

Le Monde: La mer, le soleil… et la diversité à l’œuvre à Art Basel Miami Beach

The Art Insider: Art Basel Miami Beach Sees More First-Timer Exhibitors Before Opening Day

Gallery Gurls: “Art Convo with Kendra Jayne Patrick: The Aesthetics, Scholarship, and Pleasures that Propel her Gallery Forward” by Jasmin Hernandez

GARAGE: KJP speaks with Colleen Kelsey for Vice’s GARAGE Magazine about just how our current exhibition at Metro Pictures came to be.

Artnet: KJP speaks with Tim Schneider & Eileen Kinsella about how New York gallerists are dealing with the "new normal"

New York 1 Nightly News: TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY OCCUPATIONAL ADJUSTMENTS AND CONSIDERATIONS, EPISODE 4: Seating Chart for a Fall Dinner Party in a Pandemic at Metro Pictures to be featured on New York City's NY1 News

STP: Marissa Delano interviews KJP about her summer essay on power vis-à-vis the black female avant-garde for YARD Concept, goings on at her itinerant art gallery, and America: 2020, for Lucien Smith's STP (Serving the People)

ARTnews: Sarah Douglas, Editor-in-Chief, celebrates a historic Jo Shane piece resurfacing at NADA's inaugural edition of FAIR in its May 19, 2020 Newsletter

Artsy: KJP and other Black gallerists speak with Taylor Crumpton

San Francisco Chronicle: “Jo Shane at NADA Presents ‘Fair’” by Charles Desmarais

The Untitled Magazine: “NADA PRESENTS “FAIR”: A NEW ONLINE-ONLY ART FAIR INITIATIVE” by The Untitled Magazine Editors

Barron’s: “NADA Supports Dealers and Artists With Digital FAIR” by Abby Schultz

Artsy: “Black-Owned Galleries to Support Across the United States” by Artsy Editorial Team

Dazed Magazine: “A global list of Black-owned/Founded Museums, Art Galleries, and Spaces” by Ashleigh Kane, Thom Waite and Gunseli Yalcinkaya

Hypebeast: “A Growing List of 90+ Black-Owned Galleries and Museums to Support Across the Globe,” by Keith Estiler