Bibliographic Resources

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General

Andersen, Wayne. American Sculpture In Process: 1930–1970. Boston: New York Graphic Society, 1975.

Armstrong, Tom, et al. 200 Years of American Sculpture. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1976.

Barrie, Brooke. Contemporary Outdoor Sculpture. Gloucester, MA: Rockport Publishers, 1999.

Bullivant, Lucy. Responsive Environments: Architecture, Art and Design. London: V&A Publications, 2006.

Burnham, Jack. Beyond Modern Sculpture: The Effects of Science and Technology on the Sculpture of This Century. New York: George Braziller, 1968.

Collischan, Judy. Welded Sculpture of the Twentieth Century. New York: Hudson Hills Press, 2000.

Donoff, Elizabeth. “Media Artist Ben Rubin Explores the Interaction between Light, Sound and Symbol.” Architectural Lighting Magazine, January 2007, 26–29.

Firestone, Evan R. “In Praise of Steel: Notes on Some Recent Direct-Metal Sculpture.” Arts Magazine 60 (April 1986): 44–49.

Gladstone, Brooke. “Moveable Type.” On the Media. National Public Radio, 30 May 2008.

Hammacher, A. M. Modern English Sculpture. New York: Abrams, 1967.

Hansen, Mark, and Ben Rubin. “Listening Post: Giving Voice to Online Communication.” Proceedings of the 2002 International Conference on Auditory Display, Kyoto, Japan, July 2–5, 2002.

Kennedy, Randy. “New Flows, Consciousness Streams: The Headwaters of a River of Words.” New York Times, October 25, 2007, E5.

Krauss, Rosalind E. Passages in Modern Sculpture. New York: Viking, 1977.

Marter, Joan M., Roberta K. Tarbell, and Jeffrey Wechsler. Vanguard American Sculpture, 1913–1939. Rutgers: Rutgers University Art Gallery, 1979.

Masheck, Joseph. “A Note on Caro Influence: Five Sculptors from Bennington.” Artforum 10 (April 1972): 72–75.

Phillips, Lisa. The Third Dimension: Sculpture of the New York School. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1984.

Ratcliff, Carter. “Domesticated Nightmares.” Art in America 73 (May 1985): 144–51.

Rubin, Ben. “Dark Source.” In Making Things Public: Atmospheres of Democracy, edited by Bruno Latour and Peter Weibel. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2005.

Saunders, Wade. “Touch and Eye: ‘50s Sculpture.” Art in America 70 (December 1982): 90–04, 121.

Senie, Harriet. Contemporary Public Sculpture: Tradition, Transformation, and Controversy. New York: Oxford University Press, 1992.

Shanken, Edward A. Art and Electronic Media. London: Phaidon, 2009.

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Abakanowicz, Magdalena

Abakanowicz, Magdalena. “Confession: Excerpts from My Autobiography.” Sculpture 24 (October 2005): 30–37.

Abakanowicz, Magdalena, Mary Jane Jacob, and Jasia Reichardt. Magdalena Abakanowicz: Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. New York: Abbeville Press,1982.

Bumpus, Judith. “Rope Environments.” [interview] Art and Artists 9 (October 1974): 36–41.

Inglot, Joanna. The Figurative Sculpture of Magdalena Abakanowicz: Bodies, Environments, and Myths. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2004.

Rose, Barbara. Magdalena Abakanowicz. New York: Abrams, 1994.

Wroblewska, Danuta. “Magadalena Abakanowicz.” Craft Horizons 30 (October 1970): 18–23.

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Boepple, Willard

Frackman, Noel. “Willard Boepple.” Arts Magazine 50 (May 1976): 20.

Mead Art Museum, Amherst College. Willard Boepple: Sculpture. Amherst, MA, 1988. Text by Judith Barter.

New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting, and Sculpture. Willard Boepple: The Sense of Things. New York, 1999. Text by Karen Wilkin.

Usdan Gallery, Bennington College. Willard Boepple: Sculpture 1970–1990. Bennington, VT, 1990. Text by Andrew Hudson.

Wilkin, Karen. “The Body Disembodied: New Directions in Modernist Sculpture.” Sculpture 23 (October 2004): 38–43.

Bourgeois, Louise

Bourgeois, Louise. Destruction of the Father, Reconstruction of the Father: Writings and Interviews, 1923–1997. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press in association with Violette Editions, London, 1998. Texts by Marie-Laure Bernadac and Hans-Ulrich Obrist.

Bourgeois, Louise, and Marie-Laure Bernadac. Louise Bourgeois. Trans. Deke Dusinberre. Paris: Flammarion, 2006.

Kotik, Charlotta, Terrie Sultan, and Christian Leigh. Louise Bourgeois: The Locus of Memory, Works 1982–1993. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1994.

Lippard, Lucy R. “Louise Bourgeois: From the Inside Out.” Artforum 13 (March 1975): 26–33.

Nixon, Mignon. Fantastic Reality: Louise Bourgeois and a Story of Modern Art. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2005.

Pels, Marsha. “Louise Bourgeois: A Search for Gravity.” [interview] Art International 23 (October 1979): 46–54.

Storr, Robert, Paulo Herkenhoff, and Allan Schwartzman. Louise Bourgeois. London: Phaidon, 2003.

Wye, Deborah. Louise Bourgeois. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1982.

Butterfield, Deborah

Arco Center for Visual Art. Deborah Butterfield: Sculpture. Los Angeles, 1981.

Boettger, Suzann. “Deborah Butterfield: Oakland Museum.” Artforum (1983): [need page numbers; also is it Suzann or Suzanne?].

Delk, Laurie. “For the Love of Horses: A Conversation with Deborah Butterfield.” Sculpture 24 (December 2005): 42–47.

Gedo, Mary M. “Deborah Butterfield.” Arts Magazine (November 1983): 9.

Gordon, Robert. Deborah Butterfield. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 2003. Texts by Vicki Hearne, Jane Smiley, and John Yau.

Israel Museum. Deborah Butterfield. Jerusalem, 1981.

Kuspit, Donald, and Marcia Tucker. Horses: The Art of Deborah Butterfield. Coral Gables, FL: Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami; San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1992.

Martin, Richard. “A Horse Perceived by Sighted Persons: New Sculptures by Deborah Butterfield.” Arts Magazine 61 (January 1987): 73–75.

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Caro, Anthony

Barker, Ian. Anthony Caro: Quest for the New Sculpture. Burlington, VT: Lund Humphries, 2004.

Blume, Dieter, ed. Anthony Caro: Catalogue Raisonné. Cologne: Galerie Wentzel, 1981–2007. Texts by Lawrence Alloway, Dieter Blume, Michael Fried, Peter Fuller, Tim Hilton, and Peter Murray.

Bryant, Julius. Anthony Caro: A Life in Sculpture. New York: Merrell, 2004.

Fried, Michael. “Two Sculptures by Anthony Caro.” Artforum 6 (February 1968): 24–25.

Greenberg, Clement. “Anthony Caro.” Arts Yearbook 8: Contemporary Sculpture (1965): 106–9.

Haufschild, Lutz. “Conversations with Anthony Caro.” artmagazine (June 1978): 30–35.

Moorhouse, Paul, ed. Anthony Caro. London: Tate Publishing, 2005. Texts by Michael Fried, Dave Hickey, and Paul Moorhouse.

Rubin, William. Anthony Caro. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1975.

Tuchman, Phyllis. “An Interview with Anthony Caro.” Artforum 10 (June 1972): 56–58.

Waldman, Diane. Anthony Caro. New York: Abbeville Press, 1982.

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Der Harootian, Koren

Grafly, Dorothy. “Koren der Harootian.” American Artist 9 (November 1946): 22–24, 43.

Dine, Jim

Beal, Graham W. J. Jim Dine: Five Themes. Minneapolis: Walker Art Center, 1984. Texts by Robert Creeley, Jim Dine, and Martin Friedman.

Celant, Germano, and Clare Bell, eds. Jim Dine: Walking Memory, 1959–1969. New York: Guggenheim Museum, 1999. Texts by Clare Bell, Julia Blaut, Germano Celant, and Jim Dine.

Dine, Jim. “A Statement.” In Michael Kirby, ed., Happenings: An Illustrated Anthology. New York: Dutton, 1965.

Feinberg, Jean E. Jim Dine. New York: Abbeville Press, 1995.

Gruen, John. “Jim Dine and the Life of Objects.” Art News 76 (September 1977): 38–42.

Livingstone, Marco. Jim Dine: The Alchemy of Images. New York: Monacelli Press, 1998.

Shapiro, David. Jim Dine: Painting What One Is. New York: Abrams, 1981.

Swenson, Gene. “What Is Pop Art? Answers from Eight Painters, Part I: Jim Dine.” Art News 62 (November 1963): 25, 61–62.

Di Suvero, Mark

Baker, Alyson, and Ivana Mestrovic, eds. Socrates Sculpture Park. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2006.

Di Suvero, Mark. Mark di Suvero: Dreambook. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2008.

Musée d’Art Moderne et d’Art Contemporaine. Mark di Suvero: Retrospective, 1959–91. Nice, 1991.

Rosenstein, Harris. “Di Suvero: The Pressures of Reality.” Art News 65 (February 1967): 36–39, 63–65.

Simon, Joan. “Urbanist at Large.” [interview] Art in America 93 (November 2005): 156–65, 193–94.

Storm King Art Center. Mark di Suvero at Storm King Art Center. Mountainville, NY, 1996. Text by Irving Sandler.

Whitney Museum of American Art. Mark di Suvero. Organized by James K. Monte. New York, 1975.

Dusenbery, Walter

ffrench-frazier, Nina. “Walter Dusenbery.” Arts Magazine 52 (June 1978): 10.

Gruber, Terry deRoy. “Walter Dusenbery.” Arts Magazine 50 (February 1976): 6.

Nassau County Museum of Fine Art. Walter Dusenbery. Roslyn, NY, 1981. Text by Peter Walker.

Phillips, Deborah C. “Walter Dusenbery.” Arts Magazine 55 (January 1981): 4.

University of Northern Iowa Art Department. Walter Dusenbery: Classical Echoes. Cedar Falls, IA, 1985. Texts by Daniel E. Stetson and Tim Threlfall.

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Ellis, David

Boehl, Dan. “Interview: David Ellis.” ... might be good 147. (May 7, 2010).

Peiter, Sebastian, and Goetz Werner. Guerrilla Art. London: Laurence King Pub., 2009.

Smith, Roberta. “David Ellis: Dozens.” New York Times. (July 18, 2008): E27.

Wolff, Rachel. “Winged Victory.” ArtNews. (June 2008): P40.

Garfield, Joey. “David Ellis.” Juxtapoz Art & Culture Magazine. (March 2007): 56-67.

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Hague, Raoul

Giannini, Paula, and Raoul Hague. Raoul Hague. New York: Raoul Hague Foundation, 1999.

Hess, Thomas B. “Introducing the Sculpture of Raoul Hague.” Art News 53 (January 1955): 19–21.

Levi Strauss, David. Reanimating Matter: Raoul Hague’s Sculptures and Robert Frank’s Photographs. New Paltz, NY: Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, State University of New York, 2002.

Sandler, Irving. “Hague: The Wood of Dreams.” Art News 61 (November 1962): 38–39.

Saunders, Wade. Raoul Hague. Chicago: Arts Club of Chicago, 1983.

Washington Gallery of Modern Art. Raoul Hague. Washington, DC, 1964. Text by Gerald Nordland.

Hamilton, Juan

Rose, Barbara. “The Sculpture of Juan Hamilton.” Arts Magazine 53 (February 1979): 110–12.

Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, University of Nebraska. Juan Hamilton: Selected Works, 1972–1991. Lincoln, 1991. Introduction by Barbara Rose.

Hare, David

Goldwater, Robert. “David Hare.” Art in America 44 (Winter 1956/57): 18–20, 61.

Goodnough, Robert. “David Hare Makes a Sculpture.” Art News 55 (March 1956): 46–59.

Goossen, Eugene C., Robert Goldwater, and Irving H. Sandler. Three American Sculptors: Ferber, Hare, Lassaw. New York: Grove Press, 1959.

Hadler, Mona. “David Hare: A Magician’s Game in Context.” Art Journal 47 (Fall 1988): 196–201.

Pachner, Joan. “The Odd Couple: Two Installations by David Hare and Frederick Kiesler.” Arts Magazine 57 (December 1982): 84–86.

Rosenberg, Harold. “The Art World: American Surrealist.” New Yorker, 24 October 1977, 155–58.

Hokanson, Hans

Bloch, Jean Libman. “Hans Hokanson.” Arts Magazine 52 (November 1977): 25.

Dugmore, Edith, and Barbara Kafka. “Wood: Two Approaches to Modern Sculpture.” Craft Horizons 26 (July/August 1966): 12–16.

Rosemarch, Stella. “Wood Works of Hans Hokanson.” Craft Horizons 32 (August 1972): 20–21.

Hunt, Bryan

Glenn, Constance W. “A Conversation with Bryan Hunt.” Architectural Digest 40 (March 1983): 68, 72, 74.

Green, Nancy E., ed. Bryan Hunt: Falls and Figures. Ithaca, NY: Offices of Publication Services, Cornell University, 1988. Text by Phyllis Tuchman.

Museum of Modern Art. Conversations with Nature. New York, 1982.

Reed, Dupuy Warrick. “Bryan Hunt.” Flash Art 104 (October/November 1981): 49–50.

Saunders, Wade. “Hot Metal.” Art in America 68 (Summer 1980): 86–95.

Shapiro, Michael Edward. “Four Sculptors on Bronze Casting: Nancy Graves, Bryan Hunt, Joel Shapiro, Herk Van Tongeren.” Arts Magazine 58 (December 1983): 111–17.

Tuchman, Phyllis. “Bryan Hunt’s Balancing Act.” Art News 84 (October 1985): 64–73.

Westfall, Stephen. “Touched in Bronze.” Art in America 77 (April 1989): 250–55, 285.

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Kiesler, Frederick

Barr, Alfred H. “Kiesler’s Galaxy.” Harper’s Bazaar, April 1952, 142–43.

Bogner, Dieter, and Peter Noever, eds. Frederick Kiesler: Endless Space. Ostfildern-Ruit, Germany: Hatje Cantz, 2001. Texts by Dieter Bogner, Greg Lynn, Lisa Phillips, and Lebbeus Woods.

Davidson, Susan, and Philip Rylands, eds. Peggy Guggenheim and Frederick Kiesler: The Story of Art of This Century. New York: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 2005. Texts by Dieter Bogner, Susan Davidson, Francis V. O’Connor, Don Quaintance, Philip Rylands, Jasper Sharp, and Valentina Sonzogni.

De Kooning, Elaine. “Dickinson and Kiesler.” Art News 51 (April 1952): 20–23, 66–67.

Goldberg, RoseLee. “Frederick Kiesler, Endless Love.” Flash Art 102 (March/April 1981): 37–39.

Kiesler, Frederick. Inside the Endless House; Art, People, Architecture: A Journal. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1966.

Kiesler, Frederick, and Thomas Creighton. “Kiesler’s Pursuit of an Idea.” Progressive Architecture 42 (July 1961): 112.

Kiesler, Frederick, Harald Krejci, and Valentina Sonzogni. Frederick Kiesler: Endless House, 1947–1961. Ostfildern-Ruit, Germany: Hatje Cantz, 2003.

Levin, Kim. “Kiesler and Mondrian: Art into Life.” Art News 63 (May 1964): 38–41, 49–50.

Phillips, Lisa, ed. Frederick Kiesler. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1989. Texts by Dieter Bogner, Cynthia Goodman, Barbara Lesák, Jeanne T. Newlin, and Lisa Phillips.

Safran, Yehuda, ed. Frederick Kiesler, 1890–1965. London: Architectural Association, 1989. Texts by Dieter Bogner, Jennifer Gough-Cooper and Jacques Caumont, Frederick Kiesler, Barbara Lesák, and Yehuda Safran.

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Frederick Kiesler: Environmental Sculpture. New York, 1964.

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LeWitt, Sol

Baume, Nicholas, ed. Sol LeWitt: Structures, 1965–2006. Exh. cat. New York: Public Art Fund; New Haven: Yale University Press, 2011.

Brenson, Michael. Sol LeWitt: Concrete Block Structures. Edited by Susanna Singer. Milan: Alberico Cetti Serbelloni, 2002.

Freidman, Martin. “LeWitt’s Concrete Proposals.” Exh. cat. New York: Madison Square Park, 2006.

Garrels, Gary, ed. Sol LeWitt: A Retrospective. Exh. cat. San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; New Haven: Yale University Press, 2000.

Haxthausen, Charles W., ed. Sol LeWitt: The Well-Tempered Grid. Exh. cat. Williamstown, MA: Williams College Museum of Art, 2012.

Iles, Chrissie, ed. Sol LeWitt Structures, 1962–1993. Exh. cat. Oxford: Museum of Modern Art Oxford, 1993.

LeWitt, Sol. “Ziggurats.” Arts Magazine 41, no. 1 (November 1966): 24–25.

LeWitt, Sol. “The Cube.” Art in America (Summer 1966); reprinted in Adachiara Zevi, ed., Sol LeWitt: Critical Texts, edited by Adachiara Zevi. Rome: I Libri di AEIOU, 1995.

LeWitt, Sol. “Paragraphs on Conceptual Art.” Artforum 5, no. 10 (June 1967): 79–83.

Lippard, Lucy. “Sol LeWitt: Non-visual Structures.” Artforum 5, no. 8 (April 1967): 42–46.

Roberts, Veronica. “‘Like a musical score’: Variability and Multiplicity in Sol LeWitt’s 1970s Wall Drawings.” Master Drawings 50, no. 2 (Summer 2012): 193–210.

Roberts, Veronica. “Sol LeWitt.” In Encyclopedia of Sculpture, edited by Antonia Boström. New York: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2004.

Lipski, Donald

Fleischman, Stephen, and Terrie Sultan. Donald Lipski: A Brief History of Twine. Madison, WI: Madison Art Center, 2000.

Freedman Gallery, Albright College. Donald Lipski: Poetic Sculpture. Reading, PA, 1990. Text by David S. Rubin.

Hillwood Art Gallery, Long Island University. Broken Wings: Donald Lipski at Grumman. Brookville, NY, 1987. Text by Judy Collischan Van Wagner.

Kaufman, Leslie. “Appreciating the Physical World: A Conversation with Donald Lipski.” Sculpture 26 (November 2007): 28–35.

Kuspit, Donald. Donald Lipski: Building Steam. New York: Germans Van Eck Gallery, 1985.

Princenthal, Nancy. “Reweaving Old Glory.” Art in America 79 (May 1991): 136–41, 182.

Saunders, Wade. “Talking Objects: Interviews with Ten Younger Sculptors.” Art in America 73 (November 1985): 110–37.

Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art. Donald Lipski: Oral History. Winston Salem, NC, 1994.

Yau, John. Donald Lipski: Who’s Afraid of Red, White, and Blue? Philadelphia: Fabric Workshop, 1991.

Lipton, Seymour

Chaet, Bernard. “Direct Metal Sculpture: Interview with Seymour Lipton.” Arts 32 (April 1958): 66–67.

Elsen, Albert. Seymour Lipton. New York: Abrams, 1970.

Mint Museum of Art. Seymour Lipton: Sculpture. Charlotte, NC, 1982. Text by Sam Hunter.

Rand, Harry. Seymour Lipton: Aspects of Sculpture. Washington, DC: National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution Press, 1979.

Ritchie, Andrew Carnduff. “Seymour Lipton.” Art in America 44 (Winter 1956/57): 14–17.

Rosenstein, Harris. “Lipton’s Code.” Art News 70 (March 1971): 46–47, 64–65.

Verderame, Lori. An American Sculptor: Seymour Lipton. University Park, PA: Palmer Museum of Art, Pennsylvania State University, 1999. Introduction by Irving Sandler.

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Meadows, Bernard

Bowness, Alan. Bernard Meadows: Sculpture and Drawings. London: Henry Moore Foundation, 1995. Text by Penelope Curtis.

Cork, Richard. “Bernard Meadows Remembers Henry Moore.” [interview] Apollo 128 (October 1988): 242–47.

Strachan, W. J. “The Sculptor and His Drawings: Bernard Meadows.” Connoisseur 185 (April 1974): 288–93.

Murray, Robert

Bellerby, Greg. Robert Murray: Sculpture and Working Models. Victoria, BC: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, 1983.

Cone, Jane Harrison. “New Work by Robert Murray.” Artforum 7 (September 1968): 36–39.

Davies, Hugh M. “Robert Murray: Generating Sculpture from the Metal Plate.” Arts Magazine 52 (October 1977): 127–31.

Dayton Art Institute. Robert Murray. Dayton, OH, 1979. Texts by Kenneth L. Mathis and Neil Marshall.

Greenwood, Michael. “Robert Murray: Against the Monument.” Artscanada 31 (Autumn 1974): 28–39.

Leclerc, Denise. Robert Murray: The Factory As Studio. Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada, 1999.

Raskin, David. “A Painter in Metal.” Art in America 87 (September 1999): 104–9, 138.

Rose, Barbara. “An Interview with Robert Murray.” Artforum 5 (October 1966): 45–47.

Sims, Lowery S. “Robert Murray: Sculpture to be Seen in Motion.” Artscanada 36 (August/September 1979): 27–30.

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Paolozzi, Eduardo

Ades, Dawn, et al. Lost Magic Kingdoms and Six Paper Moons from Nahuatl: An Exhibition at the Museum of Mankind. London: British Museum, 1985.

Ballard, J. G., and Frank Whitford. “Speculative Illustrations.” [interview] Studio International 183 (October 1971): 136–43.

Kirkpatrick, Diane. Eduardo Paolozzi. Greenwich, CT: New York Graphic Society, 1970.

Paolozzi, Eduardo, and Frank Whitford. Eduardo Paolozzi: Private Vision-Public Art. London: Architectural Association, 1984.

Pearson, Fiona. Paolozzi. Edinburgh: National Galleries of Scotland, 1999.

Reichardt, Jasia. “Eduardo Paolozzi.” Studio International 168 (October 1964): 152–57.

Rodoti, Edouard. “Interview with Eduardo Paolozzi.” Arts Magazine 33 (May 1959): 42–47.

Spencer, Robin, ed. Eduardo Paolozzi: Writings and Interviews. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000.

Tate Gallery. Eduardo Paolozzi. London, 1971. Texts by Sir Norman Reid and Frank Whitford.

Pepper, Beverly

Baker, Kenneth. “Interconnections: Beverly Pepper.” Art in America 72 (April 1984): 176–79.

Bertelli, Carlo, Bruno Corà, and Diane Kelder. Beverly Pepper a Forte Belvedere: Trent’Anni di Scultura. Milano: Electa, 1998.

Butterfield, Jan. “Beverly Pepper: ‘A Space Has Many Aspects.’” [interview] Arts Magazine 50 (September 1975): 91–94.

Krauss, Rosalind. Beverly Pepper: Sculpture in Place. New York: Abbeville Press, 1986. Introduction by Douglas G. Schultz.

Morgan, Anne Barclay. “Memory, Monuments, Mystery, and Iron: An Interview with Beverly Pepper.” Sculpture 17 (April 1998): 34–39.

Solomon, Deborah. “Woman of Steel.” Art News 86 (December 1987): 112–17.

Summers, Patricia M. “Sentinels through Time: Beverly Pepper’s ‘Markers.’” Sculpture 22 (September 2003): 40–45.

Thompson, Walter. “Beverly Pepper: Dramas in Space.” Arts Magazine 62 (Summer 1988): 52–55.

Tyler School of Art in Rome, Temple University Abroad. Beverly Pepper: Sculpture, 1960–1973. Rome, 1973.

Perlman, Joel

Cauman, John. “Joel Perlman.” Arts Magazine 54 (April 1980): 2.

Harn Museum of Art, University of Florida. Joel Perlman. Gainesville, 1991. Text by Ann Schroeder.

Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University. Joel Perlman: A Decade of Sculpture, 1980–90. Ithaca, NY, 1990. Text by Leslie Schwartz.

Kaplan, Gene. “Joel Perlman’s New Sculpture.” Arts Magazine 57 (October 1982): 110–11.

Maxwell, Douglas F. “Joel Perlman: Dynamic Geometries.” Sculpture 21 (July/August 2002): 42–45.

Messinger, Lisa Mintz. “The Recent Sculpture of Joel Perlman.” Arts Magazine 59 (June 1985): 134–35.

Palmedo, Philip F. Joel Perlman: A Sculptor’s Journey. New York: Abbeville Press, 2006.

Saunders, Wade. “Joel Perlman at Emmerich.” Art in America, 66/5 (September/October 1978): 123–24.

Pevsner, Antoine

Fenton, Terry. “Constructivism and Its Confusions.” Artforum 7 (January 1969): 22–27.

Giedion-Welcker, Carola, and Pierre Peissi. Antoine Pevsner. Trans. Haakon Chevalier. Neuchatel, Switzerland: Editions du Griffon, 1961.

Hill, Anthony. “Constructivism—the European Phenomenon.” Studio International 171 (April 1966): 140–47.

Museum of Modern Art. Naum Gabo-Antoine Pevsner. New York, 1946. Introduction by Herbert Read. Texts by Ruth Olson and Abraham Chanin.

Pevsner, Alexei. A Biographical Sketch of My Brothers Naum Gabo and Antoine Pevsner. Amsterdam: Augustin and Schoonman, 1964.

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Reginato, Peter

Carmean, E. A., Jr., “Peter Reginato.” Arts Magazine 52 (June 1978): 26.

Firestone, Evan R. “Three Musicians at the Harlequin’s Carnival: Peter Reginato’s New Sculpture.” Arts Magazine 59 (February 1985): 116–19.

Frackman, Noel. “Peter Reginato.” Arts Magazine 52 (January 1978): 5.

Ratcliff, Carter. “Reginato’s Improvisations.” Art in America 77 (December 1989): 146–51.

Sheffield, Margaret. “Peter Reginato: Struggling Between the Planes.” Sculpture 21 (May 2002): 18–19.

Rubin, Ben

Bullivant, Lucy. Responsive Environments: Architecture, Art and Design. London: V&A Publications, 2006.

Donoff, Elizabeth. “Media Artist Ben Rubin Explores the Interaction between Light, Sound and Symbol.” Architectural Lighting Magazine, January 2007, 26–29.

Gladstone, Brooke. “Moveable Type.” On the Media. National Public Radio, 30 May 2008.

Hansen, Mark, and Ben Rubin. “Listening Post: Giving Voice to Online Communication.” Proceedings of the 2002 International Conference on Auditory Display, Kyoto, Japan, July 2–5, 2002.

Kennedy, Randy. “New Flows, Consciousness Streams: The Headwaters of a River of Words.” New York Times, October 25, 2007, E5.

Rubin, Ben. “Dark Source.” In Making Things Public: Atmospheres of Democracy, edited by Bruno Latour and Peter Weibel. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2005.

Shanken, Edward A. Art and Electronic Media. London: Phaidon, 2009.

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Smith, Tony

Baro, Gene. “Tony Smith: Toward Speculation in Pure Form.” Art International 11 (Summer 1967): 27–30.

Burton, Scott. “Old Master at the New Frontier.” Art News 65 (December 1966): 52–55, 68–70.

Lippard, Lucy R. Tony Smith. New York: Abrams, 1972.

Lippard, Lucy R. “Tony Smith: Talk About Sculpture.” [interview] Art News 70 (April 1971): 48–49, 68, 71–72.

Senie, Harriet F. “Re-approaching Tony Smith.” Sculpture 17 (November 1998): 38–43.

Smith, Tony. Not an object. Not a monument. The Complete Large-Scale Sculpture of Tony Smith. Göttingen: Steidl; and New York: Matthew Marks Gallery, 2007.

Storr, Robert. Tony Smith: Architect, Painter, Sculptor. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1998. Texts by John Keenen and Joan Pachner.

University of Maryland Art Gallery. Tony Smith: Painting and Sculpture. College Park, MD, 1974. Text by Eleanor Green.

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Von Rydingsvard, Ursula

Ashton, Dore, Marek Bartelik, and Matti Megged. The Sculpture of Ursula von Rydingsvard. New York: Hudson Hills Press, 1996.

Brenson, Michael. Ursula von Rydingsvard. Kansas City, MO: Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art; and Wakefield, West Yorkshire: Yorkshire Sculpture Park, 1997. Texts by Deborah Emont Scott and Ursula von Rydingsvard.

Koplos, Janet. “Stasis and Agitation.” Art in America 89 (January 2001): 86–89, 141.

Levi Strauss, David. “Sculpture as Refuge.” Art in America 81 (February 1993): 88–93, 125.

Madison Art Center. Ursula von Rydingsvard: Sculpture. Madison, WI, 1998. Text by Martin Friedman.

Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, State University of New York. Ursula von Rydingsvard: On an Epic Scale. Purchase, NY, 2002. Text by Patricia C. Phillips.

Storm King Art Center. Ursula von Rydingsvard, Sculpture. Mountainville, NY, 1992. Texts by Michael Brenson and Maureen Megerian.

Tully, Judd. “Ursula Von Rydingsvard.” Arts Magazine 54 (May 1980): 22.

Viney, Jill. “Ursula von Rydingsvard: A Rich, Redemptive Journey.” [interview] Sculpture 8 (November/December 1989): 32–35.

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Weschler, Anita

Weschler, Anita. “Sculptor’s Summary.” Magazine of Art 32 (January 1939): 26–29.

Woodford, Charles H. Anita Weschler: Sculptor/Painter, 1903–2000. Highstown, NJ: Princeton Book Co., 2001.

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