Salome Kokoladze, Critics’ Picks, Artforum
Zachary Small, “The Forgotten History of the Chinese Railroad Rises from the Texas Dust”
The New York Times

Alyse Santaro, “Kenneth Tam Excavates the History of Chinese Labor in the American West“,
Michael Marks,Marfa art exhibit centers lives of Chinese railroad workers”,  Texas Standard, NPR
Sian Cain, When an old Tafe campus is bought for a $50m makeover, what do you do? Fill it with art”, 
The Guardian

Diane Seo Hyung Lee, “Codes of the West: Kenneth Tam at the Queens Museum”,  
Art in America
Aaron Hunt, “Kenneth Tam Creates a New Frame for Asian American Masculinity”, Hyperallergic
Helen Georgas, “Kenneth Tam : Silent Spikes”,  The Brooklyn Rail
Alex Jen, “Kenneth Tam Picks Apart Asian-American Masculinity”, Frieze
Jordan Aaron Guy
, “Kenneth Tam confronts Asian American masculinity in ‘Silent Spikes’, Document Journal
Dessane Lopez Cassell and Cassie Packard, “Your Concise Art Guide for March 2021”,  Hyperallergic
Dawn Chan, “An Artist’s View of Hazing Rituals, Haunted by Tragedy”, The New York Times
Dessane Lopez Cassell, “Meet the NYC Art Community: Kenneth Tam on Scrutinizing Masculinity”,  Hyperallergic
Interview with Vivian Chui, Pioneer Works Broadcast
Interview with Adriana Blidaru, Living Content 33
Sean J Patrick Carney, “Glasstire’s Best of 2019”,
“In Practice: Other Objects” at SculptureCenter, New York, Pictures at an Exhibition, ARTnews

Shaonon Xi, “Cold Open”, Inreview Quarterly
Alicia Eler, "Best of the Week", StarTribune
Scott Indrisek, "When Artists Turn to Craigslist, the Results Are Intimate, Disquieting, and Surprisingly Profound", Artsy
Patrick Langley, “When my eyes saw and when my ears heard”,  art agenda
Emily Pothast, The Mediated Intimacy of Closed Quarters, Curated by Rodrigo Valenzuela, The Stranger
Joshua Fischer, ‘Man Caves: A Conversation with Kenneth Tam’, Big Red & Shiny
Queering Contemporary Asian American Art, University of Washington Press, edited by Jan Bernabe and Lauren Kina
Contemporary Art Daily, "Erika Vogt, Kenneth Tam at Carl Louie"
Bruce Hainley, "Openings - Kenneth Tam", Artforum, January
Travis Diehl, "Kenneth Tam 's Basement", Contemporary Art Review LA, Issue 6
Scott Indrisek, "Made in L.A.", Blouin Modern Painters, October/November
Ciara Moloney, "Kenneth Tam at Commonwealth and Council, Los Angeles", ArtReview, October
Sharon Mizota, "Men touching other men: How Kenneth Tam's video art playfully nudges viewers toward discomfort", Los Angeles Times, August 17
Mousse Magazine online, “Made in L.A. 2016: a, the, though, only” at The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles",, August 13
Amanda Cachia, "Critics' Picks - Kenneth Tam",, August 8
Sam Dean, "Dude Bodies, Dude Selves", MEL Magazine, July 29
Scott Indrisek, “At the ‘Made in L.A.’ Biennial, Video Rules”, Blouin Artinfo, July 6
Jonathan Griffin, "Made in L.A.",, June 30
Kevin McGarry, “Four Up-and-Coming Angeleno Artists to Know Now”, T Magazine, June 15
Maxwell Williams, “The Hammer Museum’s Biennial Survey Gives a Rich and Varied Snapshot of L.A.”,, June 13
Deborah Vankin,"What is an L.A. artist? Hammer Museum answers with its 'Made in L.A.' biennial lineup", Los Angeles Times, January 20
David Pagel, “Head trip in 'the pit': Video and installation art deliver a strange and playful journey”, Los Angeles Times, December 29
Zoe Lescaze, “Art Matters Grants Fund Travel, Projects, 3-D Printers, for 35 Artists”, Gallerist, January 28
Bruce Hainley, “Best of 2013”,  Artforum, December 2013, Vol 52 No.4
Carol Cheh, “Kenneth Tam at Night Gallery”, Artillery Magazine, September-October, Volume 7, issue 6
Jonathan Griffin, “Looking Back, Looking Forward”, Frieze blog, January 1
Susan Michals, “They Love L.A.: Why New York Dealers Do an Art Fair in Tinseltown”, GalleristNY blog, January 20
Paul Soto, “Dean Valentine and Craigslist Sex at Art LA Contemporary”, Art in America, Jan 25
Catherine Wagley, “Kenneth Tam Turns Craigslist Casual Encounters Into Video Art”, LA Weekly blog, August 19, Print edition September 2-8, 2011 / Vol. 11 / No. 41 pg 44
“Work After Work” – Exhibition Catalogue
Anthony Carfello, “Support Group: Kathryn Andrews, Gaylen Gerber, Mateo Tannatt/Pauline.” X-TRA, Winter 2010/Volume 13 Number 2
Joshua Morrison, “Instant LA Summer.” Fine Arts LA,, August 19
Catherine Wagley, “Support Group”, Art:21 blog, June 10