The Vegetarian: the Swamp, the Swarm & the Cross
Buffalo Institute of Contemporary Art
Janauary 27 - April 1, 2023

Active Cultures
Malaria, Devouring Mother
Epistemic Circularity: A Listening Party

The Vegetarian - TJ Shin
Exhibition Review | C Magazine

Unbecoming Human | Art Papers
Interview with Re’al Christian

40 Under 40 Asia Pacific 2022
Apollo The International Art Magazine

Earthly Delights
Book Launch
August 7, 2022

Down to Earth
Roots and Culture Contemporary Art Center
July 30 - September 3, 2022

The Vegetarian 
The Bows
July 21 - September 24, 2022

On the Table
MIT List Visual Art Center
August 10, 2022

2022 Images Festival
Ferments, Family, Kinship, Home curated by Lauren Fournier
June 11, 2022

Food Material with TJ Shin
Active Cultures
March 10, 2022

The Symbiotic Shore
The Institute for Queer Ecology
November 27, 2021 - Feb 11, 2022

Wet Networks
Queens Museum
October 30, 2021 - August 14, 2022

C Magazine
Curious Criticism: On More- and Other-Than-Human Material Practices, Miriam Jordan-Haladyn, Zoe Todd, TJ Shin
December 1, 2021 at 6 PM ET

Selected Review

10 Korean Artists Who Are Shaping Contemporary Art | Artsy

Mushrooms as Metaphors | Art in America

Mold Magazine

Microbes, Bodies, Biomes, Borders: A Pandemic Ferment | Cornelia Magazine

Microbial Speculations on Our Gut Feelings |  Brooklyn Rail

stain begins to absorb the material spilled on |  Brooklyn Rail

Yellow Skin, White Gold | Asia Art Archive
Col(Lab) 2.0 connects beauty, race, war
Setting the Stage: Korean Women Artists on Performance and Beauty | Asia Art Archive
Ghost in the Ghost | Brooklyn Rail by Emily Sun
Critics' Picks | Artforum
Flesh and Ghosts | BOMB Magazine
Universal Skin Salvation | ArtAsiaPacific
In a New Art Show, Sephora Meets Imperialism’s Evils | Garage