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Kerameikos. Athens: Cube Art Editions, 2011. Edition: 200.

RAMPS. New York: 724 Prints, 1979. Edition: 500.

ME. New York: self-published, 1976. Edition: .

16 Views. New York: self-published, 1976. Edition: 200.

The White Pit of Mykonos. New York: self-published, 1971. Edition: 500.

 

 

 

SITE, Chania: Municipal Art Gallery of Chania, 2019, Text by Yorghos Tzirtzilakis and Sofia Mavroudis (exh. cat.)

1975. Stockholm: Galleri Andersson/Sandstrom, 2017. Text by Stephen Westfall (exh. cat.)

Ole Larsen. Graphic Art from Atelje Larsen: Cris Gianakos – Geometrics. Helsingborg: Dunkers Kulturhus, 2017 (exh. bro.)

Cris Gianakos. Helsingborg: Atelje Larsen, 2015 (project bro.)

Dialogues with Time: Cris Gianakos at the Archeological Museum of Poros. Poros: Citronne Gallery, 2013. Text by Tatiana

   Spinari-Pollalis (exh. cat.)  

Gianakos / Χρηστος Γιανακος. Thessaloniki: State Museum of Contemporary Art, Costakis Collection, 2002. Texts by Thomas

   McEvilley and Miltiades M. Papanikolaou (exh. cat.)

Gridlock. Thessaloniki: Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports / Cultural Capital of Europe 1997. Text by Yorghos

   Tzirtzilakis. (exh. cat.)

Altered Sites. Athens: Alpha Delta Gallery, 1991. Text by Barbara Cavaliere (exh. cat.)

Cristos Gianakos. Brussels: Le Salon d’Art, 1990. Text by George Meurant (exh. cat.)

Cristos Gianakos: RAMPWORKS. Amherst, MA: University Gallery, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 1989. Text by

   Stephen Westfall (exh. cat.)

Gianakos. Malmö: Galerie Nordenhake with Galeria Krista Mikkola, Helsinki, Finland; Galeri Riis, Oslo, Norway; Galleri

   Blanche, Stockholm, Sweden, 1986. Text by Steven Henry Madoff (exh. cat.)

Cristos Gianakos. Roslyn: Nassau County Museum of Art, 1979. Text by William Zimmer (exh. cat.)

LEF(t), Saul Ostrow, ed., On Performing Authorship: 32 Days in March @PS122 Gallery (exh. cat.)

Albin Hillervik and Elisabeth Millqvist, eds. Wanås Konst Guide. Vinslöv: The Wanås Foundation, 2017.

Gabriele Evertz. Dual Current: Inseparable Elements in Painting and Architecture. Knoxville: University of Tennessee,

   Ewing Gallery, 2017. (exh. cat.)

Russell Maltz and some American Friends. Zurich: schauraum multipleart, 2016 (exh. bro.)

Gillian Sneed. Accíones en la Calle: Street Works in New York and Latin America circa 1970. Old Westbury: Amelie A.

   Wallace Gallery, SUNY Old Westbury, 2015. (exh. bro.)

Megakles Rogakos. Welcome — The European Hospitality and its Borders. Chania: Museum of Contemporary Art of

   Chania — OlivePress, 2015. (exh. cat.)

Tatiana Spinari-Pollalis. 10 Summers. Poros: Citronne Gallery, 2015. (exh. cat.)

Artemis Potamianou and Thalia Vrachopoulos. Reflections on Art and Literature. Athens: Lo and Behold, 2014.

Beth Kelber and Zachary Sachs. Primary Sources / Documenting SVA and the New York Art World 1966-1985. New

   York: School of Visual Arts, 2013. (exh. bro.)

Alastair Noble. The PATHS: Charting, Navigating & Bridging. Stony Brook: Stony Brook University, The Simons Center Art

   Gallery, 2013.

Thalea Stefanidou. Michael Michaeledes. Nicosia: Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation, 2012.

Matthew Deleget. In MINUS SPACE en Oaxaca: Panorama de 31 artistas internacionales. Brooklyn: MINUS SPACE, 2012.

   (exh. cat.)

Jürgen Döring. Power to the Imagination: Artists, Posters and Politics. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2011.    

Marilena Karra. Polyglossia. Athens: Onassis Cultural Center, 2011. (exh. cat.)

Bia Papadopoulou. Sculptures in the Garden: Botanic Garden of Cefalonia. Athens: Peak Publishing, 2010. (exh. cat.)

Sandra Q. Firmin. Artpark: 1974-1984. Buffalo and New York: University at Buffalo Art Galleries and Princeton

   Architectural Press, 2010. (exh. cat.)

Megakles Rogakos. Silent Dialogues: Multi-Media Portraits Throughout Time. Athens: The American College of Greece,

   2008.

Amy Eshoo, ed., with contributions by Derrick R. Cartwright, James Cuno, Elizabeth Finch, Josef Helfenstein, Glenn D.

   Lowry, David Mickenberg, Ann Philbin, Earl A. Powell III, Jock Reynolds and Townsend Wolfe. 560 Broadway: A

   New York Drawing Collection of Work, 1991-2006. New York and New Haven: Fifth Floor Foundation and Yale

   University Press, 2008.

Tatiana Spinari-Pollalis. Summer 2008. Poros: Citronne Gallery, 2008. (exh. cat.)

Irving Sandler. Ithaca Regained: Greek Artists in New York. New York: Kouros Gallery, 2007. (exh. cat.)

Giorgos Tzirtzilakis. Made in USA. Athens: Hellenic American Union; Thessaloniki: Thessaloniki Design Museum, 2007. (exh.

   cat.)

Big Birthday Book—A Festschrift for Richard Kostelanetz’ 60th (65th) Year. New York: Libros de Barba, 2005.

John Armleder and 404 Team, eds. Yellow Pages. Zürich: JRP Ringier Kunstverlag AG; Ecart Publications, 2004. (exh. cat.)

Denys Zacharopoulos. Inside Outside—The Beltsos Collection, Athens: Hellenic American Union, 2004.

Marika Wachtmeister. Art at Wanås. Helsingborg: Byggförlaget Kultur, 2001.  

Diane Tepfer. Places in Our Lives, Art in Embassies Program, United States Embassy, Dakar, Senegal. Manila:

   Department of State, Office of Multi-Media Services at the Regional PrintingCenter, 2002. (exh. cat.)

Katerina Koskina, Peter Pappas, Peter Selz, and William Valerio. Modern Odysseys: Greek-American Artists of the

   20th Century. Queens: Queens Museum of Art, 2000. (exh. cat.)

Jan-Erik Lundstrom. Umedalen Skulptur 99. Umeå: Umedalen Sculpture Park, 1999. (exh. bro.)                    

Efi Strousa. The Emfietzoglou Collection, Modern and Contemporary Greek Art. Athens: Vivlio Synergatiki, 1999. 

Elisabeth Haitto Connah, ed. Stockholm Art Fair 11-14 March 1999. Stockholm: Hesselboms Universum, 1999.

Jan Torsten Ahlstrand, Sune Nordgren and Marika Wachtmeister. Den Stokiga Samtiden I En Slottspark Wanås. Lund:

   Skissernas Museum, 1998.

Sverker Sorlin. Umedalen Skulptur 98. Umeå: Umedalen Sculpture Park, 1998. (exh. bro.)

Anders Bjorkman. Umeå Kultur [UMESE] 1998 Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition. Umeå: Broparken, 1998. (exh. bro.)

Richard Klein. Large Scale Drawings from the Collection of Wynn Kramarsky. Ridgefield: The Aldrich Museum of

   Contemporary Art, 1998. (exh. cat.)

Lars Sahlin. Umedalen Skulptur 96: Kommunicerande Karl. Umeå, Umedalen Sculpture Park, 1996. (exh. cat.)

Monika Minnhagen-Alvsten and Marika Wachtmeister, eds. WANÅS konsten parken slottet. Kristianstad: Länsmuseet,

   1994.

Frederieke S. Taylor. 55 Ferris Street Show. New York: 55 Ferris Street Gallery, 1992. (exh. cat.)

Judy Collischan Van Wagner, ed. Public Art Program: Hillwood Art Gallery, Long Island University. Brookville: Long

   Island University, 1989.

Joan Kaplan. Guide to the Permanent Art Collection. Annandale: Exxon Research and Engineering Company, 1988.

Big Scale - 85, Skulptureexperiment Vid Foresta Malmö Festivalen. Malmö: Malmö Kulturstödnämnd, 1988. (exh. bro.)

Gina Mamidakis, ed. Texts by Emmanuel Mavrommatis, Thomas Messer, Achile Bonito Oliva, Pierre Restany, Dora

   Iliopoulou-Rogan. Minos Beach Art Symposium, Artbook 4. Crete: Dmitri L. Coromilas, 1988. (exh. cat.)

Suart Wrede. The Modern Poster. New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 1988. (exh. cat.)

Janice Parente and Phyllis Stigliano. Sculpture: Walk On/Sit Down/Go Through. Long Island City: Socrates Sculpture

   Park, 1987. (exh. cat.)

Peter H. Gordon, ed. Diamonds are Forever: Artists and Writers on Baseball. San Francisco:Chronicle Books, 1987 (exh.

   cat.)

The Artist Plastic Guide to Polyester Resins. New York: Creative Plastic Institute, 1986.

Les Krantz. American Artist: An Illustrated Survey of Leading Contemporary Americans. Chicago: The Krantz Company,

   1985.

Morty Schiff. Sculpture at BMCC. New York: Borough of Manhattan Community College, 1985. (exh. cat.)

Gary Richman. Offset: A Survey of Artist's Books. Cambridge, MA: New England Foundation for the Arts Inc, 1984.

Prudence Carlson, Peter Chametzky, and Sue Felleman. Tit for Tatlin. New York, NY: The Alternative Museum, 1984.

   (exh. cat.)

Bo Nilsson. New York I Linköping. Linköping: AB Östgöta Correspondenten, 1983.

Stewart Johnson. The Modern American Poster. New York and Kyoto: The Museum of Modern Art and The National

   Museum of Modern Art, 1983. (exh. cat.)

Hal Foster and Janet Kardon. Connections: Bridges/Ladders/Ramps/Staircases/Tunnels. Philadelphia: Institute of

   Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, 1983. (exh. cat.)

Ronnie Cohen. ARTPARK. Lewiston: Artpark, 1982. (exh. cat.; graphic design by Cristos Gianakos)   

Robert H. Browning. Environmental Interplay: Seven Sculptors. New York: The Alternative Museum, 1981.

Peter Selz. Art in Our Times: A Pictorial History 1890-1980. New York: Harry N Abrams Inc, 1981.

Karl Ruhrberg. Dani Karavan: Osten. Köln: Museum Ludwig, 1981. (exh. cat.)

William Zimmer. Architectural Sculpture. Los Angeles: Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art, 1980. (exh. cat.)

Carlo M Lamagna. Let There Be Light. New York: Alternative Center for International Arts, 1979. (exh. cat.) 

Penelope Prattas. NOEMATA: Contemporary Greek American Artists. Brooklyn: The Brooklyn Museum, 1977 (exh. bro.)

Susan Kunz. Xerox. Boulder: University of Colorado, 1977. (exh. cat.)

Milton Brutten and Helen Herrick. Collection in Progress: Selections from the Collection of Milton Brutten and Helen

   Herrick. Philadelphia: Moore College of Art, 1977. (exh. cat.)

John Garrigan, ed. Images of An Era: The American Poster, 1945-1975. Washington, DC: National Collection of Fine

   Arts, Smithsonian Institution, 1975. (exh. cat.)

Gisela Fischer and Phyllis Floyd. Spare. Port Washington: Central Hall Gallery, 1975. (exh. cat.)

David R. Brown. Color: The American Institute of Graphic Arts. New York: Champion Papers, 1974.

Harry B Hollander. Plastics for Artists and Craftsmen. New York: Watson Guptill, 1972.

Seth Siegelaub. The Artist’s Reserved Rights Transfer and Sale Agreement. New York: self-published, 1971 (graphic

   design by Cristos Gianakos).

Tracy Atkinson, ed. A Plastic Presence. New York and Milwaukee: The Jewish Museum and Milwaukee Art Center,

   1970. (exh. cat.)

John Gordon. 1968 Annual Exhibition. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1968.

Mildred Constantine, ed. Text by Alan M. Fern. Word and Image: Posters from the Collection of the Museum of

   Modern Art. New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 1968. (exh. cat.)

G. Stuart Hodge. Made of Plastic. Flint: Flint Institute of Arts, 1969. (exh. cat.) 

Eleni Kotsara, Yannis Bollis, moderators, TOGETHER WE LOOK - AMERIKA-AMERIKA!, Zoom conference, February 26, 2021

Stephen Maine, curator, Artistis Quarantine With Their Art Collections #19, Hyperallergic, January 30, 2021

Elga Wimmer, Pandemic Drawings, Summer 2020 Newsletter from Elga Wimmer Gallery 

Tamar Zinn: Beyond Black and White at Westbeth Gallery, January 13, 2018 (online).

Mathaios Kapetanakis. “Spira Didimo by Cris Gianakos.” CreteDoc, July 27, 2016 (online).

Maria Marangou. “The Spiral of Cris Gianakos.” Efimerida Syntakton, August 2, 2016 (online).

Arlene Hirst. “A Couple Takes an Unassuming Plot of Land and Calls It Home: the Chilewich-Sultan Residence.” Dwell

   Magazine. New York, April 14, 2016.

Greg Herbowy.”Color Commentary: From the Archives.” Visual Arts Journal, School of Visual Arts Magazine, New York,

   Fall 2013.

"A Tale of Two Artists: Vito Acconci and Cris Gianakos at SVA, 1977." SVA Close Up. November 18, 2013 (online).

Sharon Butler. "Last chance: Julian Pretto's Artists, at Minus Space." Two Coats of Paint. October 23, 2013 (online).

Ioanna Kelftogianni. "Just Like Minoans, Petite With Narrow Waist." Elefetherotypia, Athens, June 3, 2013.

Katerina Lymperopoulou. "Poros Embraces Contemporary Art." To Vima. Athens, May 18, 2013.

Stephanie Bailey. “Two Brothers.” Odyssey Magazine, Athens, Summer 2012.

Anna Dezeuze. "In Search of the Insignificant Street Work, 'Borderline' Art and Dematerilasation." In Ileana Parvu, ed.

   Objets en process/Objects in Progress (Apres la dematerialisation de l'art/After the Dematerialisation of Art). Geneva:

   MetisPresses, 2012.

Katerina Lymperopoulou. "Greek Artists from the Diaspora." To Vima. Athens, February 27, 2011.

George Karoetzaki. "Greek Artists Without Borders." Eleftherotypia, Athens, May 11, 2011.

“Summer 2008.” Odyssey Magazine, Athens, July/August 2008.

Alexandra Koroxenidis. “Geometry and Classical Symmetry in the Work of Cris Gianakos.” AthensPlus, August 8, 2008.

Costas Picadas. “Cris Gianakos. Soho For Ever.” ET Weekly, Athens, March 2008.

Lucy Lippard, Nancy Holt, Robert Smithson. “Out of the Past: A Conversation on Eva Hesse.” Artforum, New York, February

   2008.

Benjamen Walker. “Warholia: Putting Warhol Authenticity to the Test.” WNYC New York Public Radio. August 14, 2007

   (interview broadcast).

Nikos Samaras. “Interview on Contemporary Art.” IPD (Institute of Port Development), Athens, 2007 (DVD video recording).

John Yau. “From Here to There: Cristos Gianakos Works in the Portalakis Collection.” Portalakis Collection, Athens, 2005.

Jeffery Silberstein. “Making a Radical Change.” Florida Design Magazine, Boca Raton, October 2005.

“Exhibit Tracks 20 Years of Work.” The Tuscaloosa News, January 7, 2005.

“Spirit of New York.” The Riverdale Press, Bronx, December 2, 2004.

“Spirit of New York.” Bronx Times Reporter, New York, November 25, 2004.

Alexandra Koroxenidis. “A Visual Arts Festivity in the City’s Center.” Herald Tribune, Kathimerini (English edition), Athens,

   August 13, 2004.

Iota Sykka. “Imagination, Daring, Freshness in Athens.” Herald Tribune, Kathmerini (English edition), Athens, July 24, 2004.

Anders Sjogren. “Tva Man Och En Stolspacering.” Västerbottens-Kuriren, Umeå, June 2002.

Aleka Kufioti. “Best Seller.” Taxydromos tis Artas. Athens, November 23, 2002.

Alexandra Koroxenidis. “Monternoi Kairoi.” Vogue Hellas. November 2002.

Alexandra Koroxenidis. “Sculpture Made of Ramps: Cris Gianakos’s Works at Thessaloniki’s State Museum of

   Contemporary Art.” Herald Tribune, Kathmereni (English edition), Athens, October 24, 2002.

Alexandra Koroxenidis. “An Institute’s Efforts Go International.” Herald Tribune, Kathimerini (English edition), Athens,

   October 21, 2002.

Alistair R Noble. "Cris Gianakos: Crosby Street Project at Stark Gallery, New York.” Sculpture: A Publication of the

   International Sculpture Center, Jersey City, vol. 20, no. 1, January/February 2001.

"Modern Odysseys.” The Art News, New York, October 2000.

Richard Kalina. "Odysseus's Progeny." Art in America, New York, September 2000.

"Community: A Grand Slam." The Suffolk Times, Mattituck, August 31, 2000.

Mark Daniel Cohen. “Modern Odysseys: Greek American Artists of the 20th Century, Queens Museum of Art.” Review, New

   York, January 15, 2000.

Katerina Koskina. “Modern Odysseys: Greek-American Artists of the 20th Century.” Odyssey Magazine, Athens,

   November-December 1999

Stergios Delialis. "Design - Works from the Permanent Collection." Pop & Rock, Athens, July-August 1999.

Stergios Delialis. "With God on Our Side." Minima Artis, Athens, July-August 1999.

Maureen C. Muenster. “Playing in the Neighborhood.” The New York Times, July 18, 1999.

Anders Bjorkman. "KONST: Med Smak Au Bjassen Ragulin." Västerbottens-Kuriren, Umeå, May 8, 1998.

Bennett Simpson. "Large Scale Drawings from the Kramarsky Collection. The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art." Art on

   Paper, New York, September/October 1998.

George Armaos and Peggy Sotirhos. "Cris Gianakos's Ramps in Maroussi and Zumikon."The Greek American, February 7,

    1998.

Grace Glueck. "Art in Review: Large Scale Drawings from the Collection of Wynn Kramarsky. The Adrich Museum o

   Contemporary Art.” The New York Times, April 24, 1998.

William Zimmer. "Matters of Scale, and of Nostalgia Too." The New York Times, March 8, 1998.

Hareklea Hari. "Art in the City." Architecture A3, Athens, no. 10, 1998.

Konstantinos Kambouroglou. “Of Art and Environs: An Interview with Cristos Gianakos.” The Greek American, July 26,

   1997.

"Cristos Gianakos in Thessaloniki." Arti, Thessaloniki, vol. 36, 1997.

Tania Duvergne and George Armaos. "Cristos Gianakos's Maroussi Ramp: Sculptor's Experience and Interview with

   George Armaos." Art Press, Paris, May 1997.

Roberta Smith. "Art in Review: Drawing from Life." The New York Times, February 7, 1997.

Bia Papadopolou. “Three Greek-American Artists: Stephen Antonakos, Nassos Daphnis, Cris Gianakos.” Minus Space, New

   York, 1997 (online).

Barbro Mannfeldt. "Natur och Kultur/Samspel." Västerbottens Folkblad, Umeå, 1996, sec. Kultur.

Anders Bjorkman. "Listigt, Lustigt, Strangt och Obonhorligt." Vasterbottens-Kuriren, Umeå, 1996, sec. Konst.

Vicky Karaiskou, translated by Andrea Gilbert. "Critical Notes and Reviews: Cristos Gianakos." Arti International,

   Thessaloniki, May/June 1995.

Dinos Siotis. “Cristos Gianakos: A Bridge to Heaven.” The Art Magazine, Athens, October 1994.

"Mirage II." The Print Collector’s Newsletter, New York, March-April 1993.

Pierre Fresnault-Deruelle.“Defigurations: Drapeaux de Papier.” Revue Francaise D'Etudes Americaines, Universitaires de

   Nancy, 1993.

Beverly Levinger. "The Freedman Celebrates Art of Cultural Diversity." The Reading Eagle, Reading, PA, February 23 1992.

"Mirage I." The Print Collector’s Newsletter, New York, vol. 22, no. 6, January-February 1992.

Athina Schina. "Cristos Gianakos: Structural Determinism and Formal Correlations." Arti, Thessaloniki, vol. 11, 1992.

Stephane Rey. "Gianakos." L'Echo, Brussels, January 1991.

Jo Dustin. "Signes Habites." Le Drapeau Rouge, Brussels, January 8, 1991.

Bia Papadopuolu. “Cristos Gianakos.” La Mia Casa, Athens, December 1991.

John Dorsey. "Show Focuses on Abstract Printmaking." The Sun, Baltimore, December 1991.

"L’Entre Terre et Ciel de Cristos Gianakos." Le Soir, Brussels, December 1990.

Shoichiro Higuchi. "Cristos Gianakos." Shotenkenchiku, Tokyo, vol. 35, no. 10, October 1990.

Edward J. Sozanski. "New Berwind Show Shows off Gallery." The Philadelphia Inquirer, September 27, 1990.

William Zimmer. "Sculpture Garden Yields Bumper Crop." The New York Times, September 16, 1990.

Bia Papadopoulu. "The Art Arena." Design + Art in Greece, Doumanis Publishing, Athens, September 1990.

Lawrence Marks. "Fine and Dandy Yankee Doodles." London Observer, August 12, 1990.

Lennart Larson. "Wanås Slottsutstallning." Affärs Sverige, no. 2/90, August 3, 1990.

Birgitta Rubin. “Maktsprak Muskler och Kultplatser." Dagens Nyheter, Stockholm, July 9, 1990, sec. Kultur & Nojen.

Shoichiro Higuchi. "Series 10: Art in New York Today, 'Bridge to Heaven' by Cristos Gianakos." Idea, Tokyo, no. 212,

   January 1989.

Helen A Harrison. "ART; Exhibition Continues the Spirit of Valentine's Day." The New York Times, March 5, 1989.

Stephen Westfall. "Cristos Gianakos at Julian Pretto/Berland Hall." Art in America, New York, November 1989.

Gloria Russell. "Gianakos Exhibit Challenges Viewer." Springfield Sunday Republican, November 26, 1989.

Alfred Sturtevant. "Socrates Sculpture Park - An Open Air Studio Across the River." STROLL: The Magazine of Outdoor Art

   and Street Culture, New York, Spring 1988.

Victoria Donohue. "A Tiny Showcase with Lofty Aims." The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 29, 1988.

Stephen Westfall. "Cristos Gianakos at Oscarsson Siegeltuch." Art in America, New York, February 1987.

Amei Wallach. "Sculpture Alfresco." New York Newsday, May 1987.

Elaine Feldman. "Park for Art's Sake." New York Magazine, May 1987.

Michael Brenson. "City as Sculpture Garden: Seeing the New and Daring." The New York Times, July 17, 1987.

Birgitta Rubin. "Motpol Till Kaoset." Dagens Nyheter, Stockholm, January 11, 1986.

Lena Drameus. "Skulptur Tar Form Med Varvets Hjalp." Sydsvenskan Malmö, Scania, June 6, 1985.

Bertil Palmqvist. "Konst För en Storstad." Arbetet, Malmö, June 6, 1985.

Michael Brenson. "What's New Around Town in Outdoor Sculpture." The New York Times, July 18, 1985.

Lars-Goran Oredsson. "Big Scale 85." Paletten, Gothenburg, no. 3/85, October 1985.

Bridgita Ohlsson. "Jattes Kulptuer I Festival Malmö." Arbetet, Malmö, August 1985.

Marja Kyllonen. "Krista Mikkol Avaa Upeasti." Ilta-Sanomat, Helsinki, October 18, 1985.

Lassi Poikonen. "Krista Mikkolan Galleria Uusiin Tiloihin Aurinkoinen Kreetalainen Nakee Traivaita Jakulmia." Iltaklubi,

   Helsinki, October 17, 1985.

Asa Berntsson. "Review." Sudsvenska Dagbladat Snallposten, Scania, May 30, 1985.

John Peter Nilsson. "Review." Kvallsposten, Stockholm, June 4, 1984.

Bengt Fredrikson. "Kanda Konstnarer Smyckar Malmos Gator." Skanska Dagbladet, Malmö, June 6.

Joan Shepard. "Squaring Art with History: Cubism and Constructs." The New York Daily News, 1984.

Grace Glueck. "Tit for Tatlin." The New York Times, November 16, 1984.

April Kingsley. "Art Outdoors-Special Notes." Art Express, Farmingdale, NY, May 1982.

Asa Berntsson. “Review.” Sydsvenska Dagbladet Snallposten, Scania, May 1982.

Grace Glueck. "A Critics Guide to the Outdoor Sculpture Shows." The New York Times, June 11, 1982.

Anthony Bannon. "Sculptures of Three Artists Carve Diverging Paths on Artpark Grounds." Buffalo Evening News. July 22,

   1982.

Carole Bovoso. "After the Wrecker's Ball." The Village Voice, New York, September 21, 1982.

Ronny Cohen. "Artpark." Artforum, New York, December 1982.

Alan Artner. “Review.” Chicago Tribune, February 1982.

Mike Santangelo. "Pratt Serves Up Sculpture Alfresco.” The Daily News, New York, April 8, 1980.

Sarah McFadden. "Going Places, Part II: The Outside Story." Art in America, New York, Summer 1980.

Mary Anne Staniszewski. "Sitesights." ArtNews, New York, 1980.

Kathi Norklun. "Bringing Art Outside the Museum Walls." Washington Market Review, New York, March 1980.

William Zimmer. "More About Buildings and..." The Soho Weekly News, New York, May 3, 1979.

David L. Shirey. "New Approaches to the Heroic." The New York Times, October 21, 1979.

Malcolm Preston. "Art Review: Sculptured Architectural Form." Newsday, Melville, NY, December 1, 1979.

Peter Frank. "Where is New York?” Artnews, New York, November 1979.

Franklin Furnace Archive Artists Book Bibliography Volume III. New York: Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc., 1979.

Franklin Furnace Archive Artists Book Bibliography Volume II. New York: Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc., 1978.

William Zimmer. “Like the Floor of Old Kitchens.” The Soho Weekly News, New York, February 10, 1977.

David Bourdon. "Music to the Eyes." The Village Voice, New York, March 10, 1975.

Barbara Zucker. "A Collection in Progress: Collection of Helen Herrick and Milton Brutten." Artnews, New York, November

    1975.

Martin Arnold. "Elements Dampen a Flour Creation but Not the Artist's Appreciation." The New York Times, October 15,

   1972.

Robert Pincus-Witten. "A Plastics Presence." Artforum, New York, January 1970.

John Perrault. "Street Works III." The Village Voice, June 5.

John Perrault. "See-Throughs and Early Neon." The Village Voice, February 1968.