Travis Diehl, “Radical Restructure: Innovative Art Spaces in Los Angeles” in Art in America December 23, 2021

Rea McNamara, “Artists, Writers, and Curators Share Pro-tips for Boundary Setting” in Hyperallergic February 18, 2021


Elisa Wouk Almino, “How Do We “Rehearse Care”? Artists, Activists, and Writers Model New Approaches” in Hyperallergic June 3, 2020

Editors “A deep dive into car culture & its collisions with notions of identity in the Custom group show at Los Angeles’ Gas gallery” in AQNB June 29, 2020

Editors “Custom / Group Exhibition / Spring/Break Art Show Los Angeles” in VernissageTV February 27, 2020


Steph Kretowicz, “Words Make Worlds: Ana Teo Ala-Ruona on the Somatic Possibilities of Language & What’s Lost in Translation Across Contexts” in AQNB, December 10, 2019

Matt Stromberg, “Catch Live Performances and Screenings at This Drive-In Theater” in Hyperallergic, August 21, 2019

Emily Burns, “Interview with Ceci Moss, Director of Gas” in Maake Magazine, Summer 2019

Lara Salmon, “Ana Teo Ala-Ruona at Gas” in Art and Cake, July 30, 2019

Nanna Westergaard, “Ceci Moss parkerer sin galleri-lastbil i Los Angeles og kommer til Aarhus” in Kulturmagasinet Fine Spind, May 13, 2019

Jennifer Remenchik “In SoCal, Artists Foster Roving, Alternative Spaces in Face of Change” in Hyperallergic March 18, 2019

Shana Nys Dambrot “This Weekend San Pedro Plays Itself in Other Places” in LA Weekly March 13, 2019

Matt Stromberg “A Showcase of Hard-to-Categorize Art Projects in San Pedro” in Hyperallergic March 13, 2019

Nuno Patricio “Common Survival Institute of Queer Ecology at Gas” in O FLUXO

Maxwell Williams “Here are 10 Young Movers and Shakers Taking the Los Angeles Art Scene by Storm” in artnet news February 7, 2019

Claire Selvin “Spring/Break Art Show to Stage Los Angeles Fair During Frieze Week” in ArtNews February 4, 2019

Editors “Spring/Break Art Show Launches Los Angeles Edition” in Artforum February 4, 2019


Genie Davis “Ceci Moss’ Mobile Art Gallery, Gas, Offers Independence and Experimentation” in Art and Cake, December 3, 2018

“Anatomy of Oil” in Terremoto November 21, 2018

Simone Sutnick “The LALA List” in LALA Fall 2018

Nuno Patricio, “Anatomy of Oil: A Group Presentation by Gas” in OFluxo October 5, 2018

Carolina A. Miranda, “Datebook: A ’90s Chicano youth flashback, paintings inspired by textiles and the spiritual nature of people” in Los Angeles Times September 13, 2018

Arshy Azizi, “take care, at Gas” Artforum July 2, 2018

Angi Brzycki “take care, Book and Film Recommendations” LAPL Blog June 29, 2018

Lani Track, “Opening of Take Care Group Show at Gas in Los Angeles” Autre Magazine June 21, 2018

‘take care,’ – Group show at Gas gallery, O FLUXO, June 21, 2018

Emily Wells, “Curator Ceci Moss on ‘Take Care’ at Gas” Artillery Magazine June 16, 2018

Jennifer Remenchik, “Liquid Love at Gas” CARLA, March 22, 2018

Maria Casbas, “La galería de arte más fascinante de Los Ángeles es una furgoneta de 1993” Conde Nast Traveller Espana, February 27, 2018

Sarah Stocking, “The mobile art gallery rolling through LA” Lonely Planet, February 8, 2018

Eva Recinos, “How a 1993 Step Van Became One of LA’s Most Interesting Art Galleries” Los Angeles Magazine, January 18, 2018


Kalish, Lillian “A Gallery in a Truck Fuels Up on Anti-Patriarchal Art” Hyperallergic, November 6, 2017

Pogrebin, Robin, “Art Galleries Rethink Their Strategies as Art Fairs Proliferate” New York Times, October 28, 2017

Editors, “What does refusal look like? Exploring hope + rage with Fuck the Patriarchy group show in an LA Mobile/Truck Art Gallery” AQNB, October 4, 2017

Matt Stromberg, “Gas, A New Gallery Inside a Truck, Parks Itself in LA.” Hyperallergic, September 5, 2017

Editors, “Fuck the Patriarchy” Domus, September 18, 2017

Matt Stromberg, “Car, shed … elevator? The Los Angeles art spaces proving smaller is better.” The Guardian, June 30, 2017