Press release for Kim’s participation in Still Alive: Aichi Triennale 2022 at Aichi Arts Center, Nagoya, Japan (July 30–October 10, 2022).


Byron Kim, Sunday Paintings: A KSMoCA Collaboration Between Byron Kim and students from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. School (Portland: King School Museum of Contemporary Art, 2019).


Jeffrey Katzin, “Byron Kim’s Sunday Paintings: Gracious Encounters with the Sky”, Nad Now (December 17, 2019).


Wallace Ludel, “The Feeling of the Everyday: Byron Kim’s Sunday Paintings”, Bomb Magazine (January 23, 2019).


Phillip Barcio, “The Artist Who Painted the Sky, Every Sunday for Seventeen Years”, Ideel Art (February 5, 2018).


Louis Bury, “Painting the Sky on Sunday”, Hyperallergic (January 27, 2018).


Sharon Butler, “Byron Kim’s painting ritual”, Two Coats of Paint (January 26, 2018).


Vinson Cunningham, “A Painting of the Sky Every Sunday, and the Art of Careful Attention”, The Newyorker (January 24, 2018).


Alex Garner, “Critics’ Picks: Byron Kim”, ArtForum (2018).


Press release for Byron Kim: Sunday Paintings, 1/7/01 to 2/11/18 at James Cohan Gallery (January 5, 2018).


William S. Smith, “Color Is a Boundary: Byron Kim’s Paintings”, Art in America (March 1, 2017).


Byron Kim, “The Local Color of Shadow,” Threshold: Byron Kim, 1990–2004, ed. Eugenie Tsai (University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, 2004), pp. 41–44.


Eugenie Tsai, “Between Heaven and Earth,” Threshold: Byron Kim, 1990–2004, ed. Eugenie Tsai (University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, 2004), pp. 15–24.