Images from Molly Soda’s photo series Comfort Zone have been selected for Photography on a Postcard’s latest edition. For more information about this project, and to read Art on a Postcard’s blog post about Soda, click here.
MAN REPELLER | 16 February 2017
Molly Soda and her recent exhibition Comfort Zone at AKG are reviewed on Man Repeller. Hannah Keegan writes: “The chaotic mix of Soda’s digital world is unsettling; even more so is the sense of familiarity that sets in after viewing curated glimpses of her ‘real’ life.” Read the full article here.
I-D VICE | 11 January 2017
I-D Vice has named Molly Soda one of the “10 Artists on the Art They Want to See in 2017.” Writer Charlotte Jansen notes “Her second solo exhibition at Annka Kultys gallery in East London, ‘Comfort Zone’, at the end of 2016 featured 18 hours of photobooth footage, as well as new resin sculptures of bedroom clutter and beauty paraphernalia.” Read the full article here.
TIME OUT LONDON | 17 December 2016
Molly Soda’s Comfort Zone, second solo exhibition at AKG is featured in Time Out in “Best Art Exhibitions of 2016” by Eddy B Frankel, art editor of Time Out London magazine. The list includes Abstract Expressionism of The Royal Academy of Art, Anselm Kiefer Exhibitionat White Cube, William Eggleston Portraits at the National Portrait Gallery, Animality at Marian Goodman, Yayoi Kusama at Victoria Miro, Robert Rauschenberg at Tate Modern, Zaha Hadidat The Serpentine, Bruce Nauman at BlainSouthern and Jeff Koons at Newport Street Gallery, Donna Huanca at Zabludowicz Collection and The Ethics of Dust at Houses of Parliament. More information can be found here.
THIS IS TOMORROW | 24 November 2016
Molly Soda’s Comfort Zone on view at AKG is featured on This is Tomorrow. Read the full article here.
SPINDLE MAGAZINE |16 November 2016
Molly Soda was interviewed with regards to her exhibition Comfort Zone at AKG by Spindle magazine. Victoria Pierce writes, ” Comfort Zone brings together the artist’s exploration of how social media, instant messaging and constant online sharing invades and affects our lives today, blurring the lines between our private and public self.” Read the full article here.
CURATING THE CONTEMPORARY | 14 November 2016
Angela Pippo has reviewed Molly Soda Comfort Zone in Curating the Contemporary. She writes: “Molly Soda’s practice responds to the broad preoccupation with the changing of global social dynamics, and for her second solo exhibition at Annka Kultys Gallery, she proposes a new selection of projects by opening the door of her MacBook memory”. Read the full article here.
THIS IS TOMORROW | 11 November 2016
Molly Soda Comfort Zone on view at AKG is listed in THIS IS TOMORROW, a contemporary art magazine, featuring some of the most innovative and culturally significant exhibitions around the world. More information can be found here.
ARTEFACT MAGAZINE | 7 November 2016
Iman El Kafrawi reviews Molly Soda’s solo-exhibition Comfort Zone at Annka Kultys Gallery for Artefact Magazine. She writes that Comfort Zone “is a raw, authentic view on the way the public world of social media and the Internet is embedded into our ‘private’ lives, and that we are never alone.” To read the full review, click here.
BLOUIN ARTINFO | 6 November 2016
Molly Soda’s solo show, Comfort Zone, has been reviewed by Blouin ArtInfo’s Amanda Avery. You can find the full article here.
TIME OUT LONDON | 27 October 2016
Eddy Frankel has reviewed Molly Soda Comfort Zone in Time Out. Frankel writes “The show works because Soda’s exposing the seedy, aggressive, anonymous, sexual underbelly of digital life. Not just hers: we’re all implicated.” Read the full review here.
MOUSSE MAGAZINE | 25 October 2016
Molly Soda Comfort Zone, on view at AKG, is featured in Mousse Magazine, published on 25 October 2016. More information can be found here.
TIME OUT LONDON | 21 October 2016
The current exhibition Comfort Zone by Molly Soda’s featured at Annka Kultys Gallery has been listed by Eddy Frankel in Time Out London, along with Amalia Ulman at Arcadia Missa and Petra Cortright at Carl Kostyal in “The shows you need to see this Saturday“. More information can be found here.
PAUL’S ART WORLD | 16 October 2016
Molly Soda Comfort Zone has been listed by the writer and curator, Paul Carey-Kent as the gallery show to see in London along with Neo Rauch at David Zwirner, Donna Huanca at Zabludowicz, Cindy Sherman and David Salle at Skarstedt. He writes: “I often feel that artists using new media ending up making ersatz versions of what could been made by other means, but American Molly Soda’s stream of screens, iPads, selfies, messages and images does feel genuinely alternative” in “Choices up Now“. Read the full article here.
ALTERNATIVE ESCAPE | October 2016
Curatorial platform Alternative Escape has interviewed Molly Soda. Her solo show, Comfort Zone, is on view through 12 November at Annka Kultys Gallery. You can read the full interview here.
FEBRUARY STATIONARY | 14 October 2016
Marianne Eloise has written a review of Molly Soda’s solo show Comfort Zone at Annka Kultys Gallery. You can find the full article here.
ARTRABBIT | 12 October 2016
Comfort Zone, the exhibition by Molly Soda at Annka Kultys Gallery, has been listed by Viky Kalliniku in “Five shows to see in London this week“. More information can be found here.
SLEEK MAGAZINE | 3 October 2016
Gloria Cardona interviews Molly Soda on Comfort Zone, the artist’s second solo show with Annka Kultys Gallery, and writes “Molly Soda Challenges the Notion of Private Areas as Safe-havens“. Read the article here.
INVERSE | 6 September 2016
Jamie Loftus interviews Molly Soda about her artistic practice, while the artist is preparing for her second solo exhibition Comfort Zone on view 14 October 2016 at Annka Kultys Gallery in London. Read the full interview here.
EAST LONDON LINES | 09 December 2015
East London Lines has just reviewed From My Bedroom To Yours, Molly Soda’s first solo show in the United Kingdom. Author Emilie Shane writes, “[Soda’s] videos and images are raw, presenting an authentic experience of being a girl on the Internet. According to Soda: “That’s activism in itself – just putting yourself out there as a woman – being totally unashamed of who you are and what you’re about.” To read the full review, click here.