A work by Bo Joseph was included in the book Marking 20 Years: Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, published to commemorate the 20th anniversary of this Kansas City museum.
Bo Joseph was featured in a book recently published in Korea by Christina Kang and 1984. Ms. Kang is the founder of Paradigm Art, who first encountered Bo's work at the Rhode Island School of Design, where they were classmates. This book includes beautiful photographs by Jason River inside the homes of several collectors around the world, with interviews and commentary by Ms. Kang.
Terra Nullis, 2012, was recently acquired by the University of Maine Museum of Art in Bangor, and will be included in the exhibition Looking Back Six Years-Part Two, Selected New Acquisitions, on view June 20-September 20, 2014.
A Lexicon of Persistent Absence: Opposites Collapse, 2012, was included in the CAMH 65th Anniversary Gala and Art Auction on April 4.
W. David Powell asked three groups of artists to collaborate for this article in issue seven of Kolaj magazine on the past and present of so-called "exquisite corpse" drawings. Bo Joseph worked with Todd Bartel, Michael Oatman and James Scott to create the four variations published in the article. Follow link above to view a PDF.