Architectural Digest, Architectural Digest - Italia, USA Today, Forbes China, The Economist, Artsy, Hyperallergic, Western Art & Architecture, Artscope, Curbed SF, whitewall, Blouin Artinfo, the Magazine Antiques, Takei’s Take, Improper Bostonian, WGBH, Huffington Post, The Epoch Times, Büro 24/7, The Imprint|The Impression, Senatus, Pursuitist, Design Boom, ArchDaily, Fast Company Exist, PSFK, Boston Globe, Ornamental and Miscellaneous Metal Fabricator, The Observer, Los Angeles Daily News, Pasadena Star News, The Somerville Times, The Word, Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene, Boston Girl Guide, 3DRV, Boston.com, Gray Gallery’s “Best of FOG”, Reviewed.com, New England Diary, SCATV and a documentary, K. Gretchen Greene, by Harvard filmmaker, Jake Levin
House of Dior buys Riptide. Seoul, Korea, June 2015
Architect Peter Marino bought Greene’s table, Riptide for Christian Dior’s new flagship store in Seoul, Korea. Grand opening June, 2015. Glimpses of Riptide at Dior appeared in Design Boom, The Epoch Times, The Imprint|The Impression, Senatus, Pursuitist and Büro 24/7.
Reef in Architectural Digest - Italy, July, 2015
Reef appeared in AD - Italia's July, 2015 coverage of Todd Merrill's new gallery in The Hamptons.
Hypertherm's 2015 national print campaign designed around Greene's work
The industry leader for plasma cutting tools and technology, Hypertherm, designed a national print ad campaign around Greene's work, Ducking Under Bridges. Shown here in NOMMA's Ornamental and Miscellaneous Fabricator, Sept/Oct, 2015.
Reef Table in Artsy, Hyperallergic, Artnet, May, 2015
Press for Reef Table at NYC's May, 2015 Collective 3 Design Fair included Artsy, The Observer, Hyperallergic and Artnet.
whitewall magazine discusses Underwater and Riptide at Art Miami, December, 2014
“Perfectly befitting Art Miami’s coastal setting, Todd Merrill Studio’s booth presented a striking curation of contemporary studio pieces reflecting themes of nature, light, and water. Among the work exhibited were four light installations by Grimanesa Amorós, inspired by the Uros Islands, and steel works by K. Gretchen Greene based on the riptides. The booth also exhibited contemporary reinterpretations of historical decorative arts with new works by Beth Katleman, Molly Hatch, and Shari Mendelson.
Greene’s new triptych, Underwater, captured the artist’s consideration of environmental and economic impacts on coastal communities. The piece was made up of three panels, from which torched text and plasma cut curling forms narrate the artist’s recollections. Welded steel and lacquer sculptural waves were poised to crash, engulfing the viewer while reflecting the movement of memories as they appeared and faded away. The booth also debuted Greene’s most recent piece, Riptide, a welded steel and plasma-cut sinuous table.”
From whitewall, “Art Miami turns 25”, Samantha Katz, December 8, 2014.
Greene in USA Today, August, 2014
Greene pictured welding at her studio, Artisan’s Asylum. USA Today, “The Maker movement makes its mark”, Tyler Wells Lynch, August 8, 2014
Greene’s assistant, Becca Henriksen, working on River, Boston Globe, August, 2014
Boston Globe, “In Somerville, shuttered factory now a hub of innovation”, Aram Boghosian, August 30, 2014
Greene and Fractal Sea. Forbes China interview, June, 2014
Forbes China’s Ada Qin interviews Greene about her work and her studio Artisan’s Asylum, leader in the world maker movement. June, 2014
Tide Tables at Spring Masters, Park Avenue Armory, NYC, NY, The Magazine Antiques, May, 2014
Greene filmed by The Economist, August 2013
Greene and her work appear in this video tour of Greene’s studio, Artisan’s Asylum. The Economist, “Garage manufacturing, in a big garage”, Colin Baker, August 13, 2013