Richard Haley is an artist and teacher living in suburban Detroit. Originally from Northern California, he become a Detroit transplant in 2009 when his wife took a teaching post at Wayne State in 2009.
|01.||A Brief Consideration of Things||issue 26: March 2016|
|02.||tree + steam (co-written with Mary Elizabeth Anderson)||issue 14: February 2015|
|03.||Response and Responsibility: Art and Civic Engagement in Mike Kelley's Mobile Homestead (co-written with Mary Elizabeth Anderson)||issue 07: June 2014|
|04.|| THE POLITICS OF POSSESSION
HOLDING A COUGAR BY A CHAIN LEASH: SOME CRUDE NOTES on MICHAEL HEIZER’S DRAGGED MASS, MATTHEW BUCKINGHAM’S IMAGE of ABSALON and theVULGARITY of DISAPPEARANCE in DETROIT (co-written with Mary Elizabeth Anderson)
|issue 02: January 2014|