Vince Carducci has written about the arts and culture for more than 25 years, with a special interest in Detroit and its environs. His articles have appeared in many periodicals, including Art & Australia, Artforum, Art in America, Eye, Metro Times, PopMatters, and Sculpture, as well as scholarly publications, such as Canadian Journal of Sociology, Journal of Consumer Culture, Logos, and Radical Society. He is adjunct faculty in liberal arts at College for Creative Studies, Detroit, and lecturer in sociology at Oakland University, Rochester, MI. He has also taught at Wayne State University, Detroit, and in 2007-08, he coordinated the Critical Studies/Humanities Program at Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, MI.
Carducci served as a 2011 Kresge Eminent Artist panelist.
- Lois Teicher: Private Voice, Public Benefit
- Manufacturing Motown
- James Stephens at Oakland University Art Gallery
- Ed Fella
- Artists of the Great Lakes: 1910-1960
- Robert Bielat Absorbing Sculpture
- Sweating the Big Stuff
- The dissolution of Detroit
- David Schutter at Paul Kotula
- Ann Mikolowski at Center Galleries
- Surveying Milton Resnick’s built-up canvases in Birmingham
- Tom Otterness: Public Art and the Civic Ideal in the Postmodern Age