New York Magazine, THE CUT, “This Artist Sculpts Human & Animal Blood Into Striking Works of Art

UAB News, “One in Our Blood: Blood Equality” by artist Jordan Eagles presented by UAB’s AEIVA Sept. 22-Dec. 9," Shannon Thomason

Hello Gorgeous Magazine, "Bloedbroeders," Leo Schenk, "Melbourne lights up for Blood Equality," Stephen A. Russell

Advocate, "A Reminder That the FDA Still Discriminates Against Gay, Bi Men," Ashley Jiang

New Now Next, "This Artist Is Using The Blood Of Gay Men On PrEP To Address The FDA’s Donation Policy," Michael Valinsky

PR Week, "How GMHC and FCB Health are taking on the blood-donation ban for gay men," Alison Kanski

VICE, "Decades After the AIDS Crisis and Queer Men Still Can't Easily Give Blood," Aaron Barksdale

ArtCritical, "Drawn to Blood: Jordan Eagles talks with Darren Jones about his work with corporeal matter," Darren Jones

Huffington Post, "14 Of Our Favorite Queer Heroes Of 2016," James Michael Nichols

The Fight, "Blood, Sweat & Tears," Brenden Shucart

La Opinion, "Se buscan donantes de sangre, pero con restricciones," Virginia Gaglianone

Hyperallergic, "Artists Share Their Personal, Tragic Experiences in Health and Care," Gretchen Coombs

The Daily Beast, "Portrait of the Artist as a Fashion Designer, " Lori Zimmer

The Creators Project, "Eerie Actors and Illuminated Blood Light Up the High Line," Taylor Lindsay

Mashable, "14 striking ways the global LGBTQ community protested this year," Katie Dupere

Fusion, "Why is this artist covering a New York City park with queer men’s blood," Laura Feinstein

Arte Fuse, "Whose Care Is it Anyway? Reflections on In The Power of Your Care," Audra Lambert

OUT, New York’s High Line to Host Blood Illuminations to Protest Restrictions on Gay Blood Donations," Michael Lambert

Huffington Post, "What It Would Take To End The Ban On Queer Blood Donation," Erin Schumaker

Salon, "He can shed his blood on the battlefield, but yet he can’t donate blood to save lives,” Asha Parker

Milk, "In The Wake of Orlando, 'Blood Illumination' Event Protests FDA Gay Blood Ban," Kenneth Miller

Huffington Post, "50 Men On PrEP Give Blood To Protest FDA’s Policy On Blood Donation," JamesMichael Nichols

Mashable, "4 Ways to Protest The Blood Ban on Queer Men and Still Fill a Dire Need," Katie Dupere

Towle Road, "These 50 Gay Men on PrEP Donated Blood to Protest the FDA’s Gay Blood Ban – WATCH," Sean Mandell

Metro, "Coalition of experts, LGBT community call for end to ‘discriminatory’ FDA blood donation policies," Angy Altamirano

Medical Marketing & Media, "There's no such thing as gay blood, says campaign from FCB Health," I-Hsien Sherwood

FourTwoNine, "Blood Brothers," Mark Joseph Stern

Dangerous Minds, “Deep Red: Brutally Beautiful Art Created with Blood,” Cherybomb

Edge Media Network, “Top Protests of 2015,” Winnie McCroy

Mashable, “17 powerful ways people protested in 2015,” Katie Dupere

ARTNEWS, “Visual AIDS Releases Slide Show to Mark World AIDS Day” Maximilíano Durón

Visual AIDS, “Confronting Hiv Stigma Is A Huge Component Of The “Blood Mirror” Project.”

Spirit & Flesh Magazine, “Blood Artist, Does He not Bleed Red?,” Rachel Kolarik

Village Voice, “You Need to See This Artist’s Statement on The FDS’s Ban on ‘Gay Blood Donations,” Anna Hiatt

My 9 NJ, “Blood sculpture created in response to 32-year-old blood donation ban,”

VICE News, “Gay Men in France Allowed to Give Blood as Long as They Don’t Have Sex for a Year” Lucie Aubourg

POZ Blog, “Enter the... Blood Mirror!” Shawn Decker

NY1, “Art Installation Draws Attention to FDA Ban on Blood Donations from Gay and Bisexual Men”

Widewalls, “Art in America: Before and After AIDS Crisis”

New York Observer, “‘Blood’ Sculptor Protests FDA Blood Donation Policy with New Exhibition,” Ryan Steadman

Next Magazine, “Out for Blood,” Michael Lambert

Dagospia, "Trinity Church"

Advocate, “New York Sculpture Made of LGBT Blood Is Going to Church,” Alexander cheves

New Now Next, “‘Gay Blood’ Art Project Coming To New York,” Evan Ross Katz

New York Magazine, “Trinity Church on Wall Street to Host ‘Gay Blood’ Artwork,” Joseph Akel

WAMU, “Art Beat With Lauren Landau, Oct. 13, 2015,” Lauren Landau

Washingtonian, “This Sculpture Was Made With the Blood of Nine Gay and Bisexual Men,” Emily Codik

The Yellow Sparrow, “ Jordan Eagles Rebelling with Blood,” Amisha

Good Magazine, “Mesmerizing Art Made From Blood Highlights LGBT Injustice,” Laura Feinstein

POZ Blog, “Blood Works,” Trenton Straube

Widewalls, “Protesting Gay Blood Donation Ban Through Art” Anika D.

OUT, “Blood Illuminated: Jordan Eagles' Blood Mirror to Fuel Panel Discussion of FDA Blood Ban,”

The Creators Project, “Blood Mirror Shines a Light on the FDA’s Gay Blood Ban,” Emily Kirkpatrick

Artsy, “Jordan Eagles’s “Blood Mirror” Reflects on Discrimination in the U.S.,” K. Sundberg

Metro Weekly, “Blood Simple: Jordan Eagles ‘Blood Mirror’ at AU,” John riley

Washington City Paper, “‘Blood Mirror’ at American University Museum,” Caroline Jones

Beautiful Decay, “Rejected Blood Donations From Gay Men Turned Into Intriguing Exhibit Of Medical Discrimination,” Anissa Jousset

Sveriges Radio, “Blod som kunde räddat liv blir istället skulptur,” Henrika Åkerman

Philly Magazine, “New Exhibit Made From the Blood of Gay Men,” Brya Buttler

Huffington Post, “This Exhibit Is Made With The Blood Of Queer Men — Blood The FDA Refuses To Take,” JamesMichael Nichols

Pink News, “Blood of nine gay men used in art protest,” Gareth Williams

Takepart, “See the Sculpture That Uses Human Blood to Protest the FDA’s Restriction on Gay Donors,” Nicole Mormann

NBC Channel 4,

U.S. News & World Report, “Blood From Gay Donors in Art Exhibit Protesting FDA's Ban,” Brett Zongker

Salon, Blood from gay donors in art exhibit protesting FDA’s ban,” Brett Zongker

Medium, “The Politics of Blood: HIV Criminalization In The Modern Era,” John Vitzileos

Visionaire, “Jordan Eagles’ Blood,” Elizabeth Patterson

Posture Magazine, “Leo Herrera Discusses His Self Defined Role as a Queer Artist,” Greg Mania

Acure World, “Jordan Eagles Protests Against The Gay Blood Ban with Blood Mirror”

Bullett Media, “Artist Jordan Eagles’ ‘Blood Mirror’ Sculpture Protests the FDA’s Gay Blood Ban,” Kayla Unnerstall

Dazed, “This sculpture contains the blood of nine gay men,” Anna Cafolla

CNS News, “Blood-Filled Sculpture Protests FDA Ban on Gay Blood Donations,” Kathleen Brown

Advocate, “WATCH: Blood Mirror Reflects FDA's Gay Blood Ban in 7-Foot Tower,” Dawn Ennis

The Daily Beast, “The Artist With Gay Blood on His Hands,” Justin Jones

4uMag, “Dirty Blood :: Ending the Gay Blood Donation Ban,” Caitlin Donohue

Instinct Magazine, “Artist Uses Blood Donations From Gay Men To Protest FDA Ban In Striking New Artwork,” Instinct Staff

Campus Reform, “American University to host art made of gay blood,” Gabriella Hope

Towle Road, “New York Artist Creates Stunning Sculpture Comprised of Gay Mens’ Blood In Reaction To FDA’s Donor Ban,” Anthony Costello

Good Magazine, “Artist Uses Gay Men’s Blood to Protest a Discriminatory FDA Policy,” Rafi Schwarts

Mic, “This Artist Is Protesting The FDA's Gay Blood Ban In The Most Intense Way,” Julie Zailinger

Slate, “This Beautiful, Blood-Filled Sculpture Brilliantly Condemns the Gay Blood Ban,” Mark Joseph Stern

New Now Next, “Sculpture Created Using Blood Donations From Gay Men Protests FDA Policy,” Carey O’Donnell

Vada Magazine, “‘Blood Mirror’ calls for Gay Blood Ban end,” James Patrick Carraghan

POZ, “WATCH: Gay Men Donate Blood for Sculpture to Protest FDA Blood Ban”

OUT, “Blood Mirror: Gay Artist Jordan Eagles Creates Sculpture to Protest FDA Blood Ban,” Dennis Hinzmann

Huffington Post, “'Blood Mirror' Art Installation Draws Attention To FDA Gay Blood Ban,” James Michael Nichols

MSNBC, “LGBT leaders protest FDA ban in blood sculpture,”

Los Angeles Times, "New York Fashion Week: Skingraft gets mystical, moody and light(er)," Adam Tschorn

DNA Stylix, "Designer Decoded – Skingraft SS15"

PYLOT, "Skingraft SS15 – NYFW"

The Boston Globe, "At Mills, blood speaks volumes in art by Eagles," Cate McQuaid

Complex, “10 Curated Rooms You Cant Miss at the SPRING/BREAK Art Show,” Leigh Silver

The Commercial Appeal, "Blood Visions: Painter turns morbid medium into provocative work," Fredric Koeppel

Vision Magazine, "Bloody Paintings, Bloody Pain," Liu Yie

Artforum, “Critics’ Pick,” Everson Museum of Art, Rotem Rotenzal

The Post Standard, “Layers of Meaning,” Katherine Rushworth

Art Daily, “Everson Announces opening of Jordan Eagles: Red Giant.”

Casa e Jardim, “A Arte De Casa Um”

My Modern Metropolis, “Blood Preserved in Plexiglass Embodies Life and Death,” Pinar

Beautiful Decay, “Jordan Eagles’ Artwork Made Of Preserved Blood,” Danny Olda

Columbia Faith & Values, “Blood raises questions of spirit in MOCRA exhibit,” Kellie Kotraba

St. Louis Magazine, “Jordan Eagles’ Blood/Spirit,” Stefene Russell

VS Magazine, “Art of Blood,” Shana Nys Dambrot

St. Louis Post-Dispatch, “Artist uses blood to show link between body and spirit,” Sarah Bryan Miller

The Star Ledger, “Winter exhibit at the Visual Arts Center focuses on the hands,” Dan Bischoff

The University News of Saint Louis University, “MOCRA host unique gallery of New York artist,” Katherine Kelliher

St. Louis Magazine, “Jordan Eagles: Blood/Spirit”

Huffington Post, “Blood Artist Jordan Eagles Is Back With Two New Exhibits, ‘Red Giant’ And ‘Blood/Spirit’”

CURVE, “He’s Got Blood on His Hands,” Dec 2012/Jan 2103 Issue

FRAME, “New Blood,” Jane Szita, Sept/Oct

Huffington Post, “Blood Ain’t What It Used to Be,” John Corso

Art Hopper, “Biological Alchemy,” Clara DeGalan

Woodward Talk, “NYC artist to showcase ‘Blood Work’ in Ferndale,” Jeremy Selweski

The Moody Standard, “Museum showcases artist whose primary medium is blood,” Jenna Reed

Bullett, “Artist Jordan Eagles on Turning Blood Into Art,” Kathryn Rathbun

The New York Times, “That Blood On the Wall? It’s Just Art,” Nicole Guzzardi

TIME, “Injecting Life into Art: The Artist Who Experiments with Blood,” Kharunya Paramaguru

The New York Times, “Using Blood, an Artist Gives Life to His Works,” Vincent M. Mallozzi, “Blood replaces Paint at lower East Side Gallery Show,” Serena Solomon

Huffington Post, “These Blood Works Are Not For The Faint Of Heart,” Katherine Brooks

Russia Beyond The Headlines, “Iconography for the 21st century stirs interest and debate,” Xenia Grubstein

Art Ltd., “Critic’s Pick: SF Bay Area,” DeWitt Cheng, May, “From Robotic Dogs to Blood Paintings, 10 Picks from Pulse New York,” Julia Halperin, Alanna Martinez, Chloe Wyma

Huffington Post, “Jordan Eagles ‘Haemoscuro’: New Exhibit Makes Art Of Animal Blood,” Robin Wilkey, April 17

Inhabitat, “Jordan Eagles “Recycles” Slaughterhouse Blood into Splotchy Works of Art,” Tafline Laylin, April 16

The Creators Project, “Our Blood, Guts, And Anatomy As Art,” Fergs Heinzelmann, April 16, “This Haunting Artwork is Made of Real Blood,” Cyriaque Lamar

7×7 Magazine, “Four April Art Shows to Keep You Busy,” Alex Bigman

SF Weekly, “Life Blood,” Heidi De Vries

Monsters & Critics, “Art in the blood: Jordan Eagles unconventional medium,” April MacIntyre

Remodelista, “Architect Visit: Tribeca Loft by SchappacherWhite,” Jan. 15

New York Magazine, “Gore Wins–Critics’ Pick,” Sept. 8-12, Miranda Siegel

Brooklyn Based, “Review: Slaughterhouse Art,” Sara Christoph, “21st Century Blood Art,” Rachel Corbett, “7 Picks For The Week.”

VAGA Magazine, Issue #2, Summer

In The Art World (aka “M”) Magazine, “Review: Jordan Eagles at Krause Gallery,” Terry Ward

X2theL, “Blood As Art: An Interview with Jordan Eagles,” Ernest Barteldes

WIRED UK, “NYC gallery to exhibit art made with slaughterhouse blood,” Mark Brown

YRB, Issue 20, “Seeing Sounds”

Newcity Art, “Portrait of the Artist: Jordan Eagles,” Valerie Piotrowski

ArtSlant, “Condition of Dualities,” Charles Schultz

Beyond Race, “Blood Artist,” Luis Amate Perez

Marie Claire Italia, “Vampire,” Antonio Mancinelli Spank, “Hemosapien”

The Star Ledger, “Exquisite chaos,” John Zeaman

L’Uomo Vogue, “Their Own Art Vision” Francesco Carrozzini

Nashville Scene, “Flesh and Blood,” David Maddox

Digital Temple Magazine, “Blood immortalized forever,” p. 135-155

New York Magazine, “Artist Work Is Bloody Gorgeous,” Emma Pearse

SF Weekly, “There Already Is Blood,” Silke Tudor

ArtDaily, “New Blood Paintings”

The New York Times, “A Show of Small Works, and a Group Sampler,” Benjamin Genocchio

Hartford Courant, “Paintings Come To Life, In Cold Blood,” Matt Eagan

Creative Loafing Atlanta, “Blood Work,” Felicia Feaster

San Francisco Chronicle, “Let’s Get Morbid,” Reyhan Harmanci

Sfist, “Cutting No Corners: Caesurae Opens at Urbis Artium”

Miami New Times, “Coagulated Canvas, Blood, Paints and Hairs,” Lyssa Oberkreser