Curriculum Vitae



Ph.D.    University of Texas, Austin

M.A.        BrownUniversity, Providence, Rhode Island

B.A.         Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Massachusetts


Lecturer, University of Washington                               1998-2009

Inquiring Mind Lecturer, Humanities Washington                                                                2006-2008

Visiting Professor, TexasTechUniversity, Lubbock, Tx     2004-2005

SeattleCentralCommunity College  Winter                     2003,2004                                      

Evergreen State College                                              Spring 2002

YildizTechnicalUniversity, Istanbul,Turkey                     1999-2000

Associate Professor of Art History                                 1989-97

Tenure granted at UNT                                                1993

Assistant Professor, WashingtonState University            1984 – 1989                             Tenure Granted at WSU                   1989

Assistant Professor Mills College                                 1981-84


Exhibition Consultant “War is Trauma,” M. Rosetta Hunter Gallery, SeattleCentral Community College   February 2013

Co-Chair: The New Agit Prop: Artists Expose Political Fictions,

College Art Association, New York City     February 2011

James W. Washington, Jr, Foundation, Humanities Consultant 2006-2012

Organizing Committee “Art of Resistance Conference” Seattle             Coordinator, Seattle venue“Art Across Borders, Contemporary Art from Iraq and Palestine”     2004                                                   Coordinator, Global Art Coalition          2001-2002

Conference Coordinator  “Public Art 101” Seattle Arts Commission                                   1999

Conference Coordinator, Women’s Art Resource Center/Women’s Caucus for Art International Conference Toronto, CanadaFebruary 25-26,                                        1997-8Co Chair, Women’s Caucus for Art delegation ( 100 people) to Women’s Conference Hangzhou China                                                                                              1995

Coordinator, Symposium on AIDS, Culture and Society    1996 


“Immigration: Hopes Realized, Dreams Deferred” Spaceworks Gallery, Tacoma,      July-August 2017

“Liberty Denied: Migration, Detention, Deportation” Museum of Culture and Anthropology, Central Washington University,   Sept 2016- December 2016

“Migration” Columbia City Gallery  May 2015

“Migration Now” M. Rosetta Hunter Gallery April 2015

‘Migration Now” UW School of Social Work  Winter 2015

“Migration Now,” Museum of Culture and Anthropology, Central Washington University Central Washington University

September to December 2014

Consultant “War is Trauma,” Seattle Central Community College Gallery                           February 2013

“Cultural Activism in a Time of Crisis” M. Rosetta Hunter Gallery,

Seattle Central Community College Gallery    2011

“Pornography of Power: the Anti War Art of Selma Waldman” M. Rosetta Hunter Gallery,Seattle Central Community College Gallery         2008

“Consumptive Disorders: Environmental Ecologies of Lubbock, Texas”                             2005 spring

“One Year After” Global Arts Coalition, Seattle Central Community College Gallery                 2002 fall

Dokunma (Contemporary Artists working with Fabric and Textiles) Istanbul, Turkey 1999


ART CRITIC – AFFILIATIONS 1980 to the present


Arts Magazine


Art Papers (Contributing Editor (1999- 2003)

After Image

New Art Examiner

Dallas Morning News

Art Book

Sculpture Magazine

Raven Chronicles, Real Change News

Leschi Community Council (Monthly Columnist 2012- )

Online publications:,,, ultra extra



“Culture Corner,” Leschi News

“The Women are Coming! (and Some are Already Here!)” September 2012

“Tlingit culture and contemporary concerns: Tanis Maria S’eiltin” October 2012

“Negar Farajiani and Shirin Neshat: Two Iranian Artists in Seattle” December 2012

“Poetry and Fabrics Speak of the Injustices of Slavery.( Carletta Carrington Wilson)” January 2013

“Violence Against Women in ‘Veils of Ignorance,( Tatiana Garmendia) ” February 2013

“War is Trauma,” March 2013

“Out [o] Fashion: Embracing Beauty : Deborah Willis” April 2013

“Under My Skin: Artists Explore Race in the 21st Century” May 2013

“Haida Gwaii:A Magical Land Reclaimed and Threatened and Charles Edenshaw” September 2013

“The Fall Exhibition Flood: Roy Metzker, David Hartt, Marita Dingus, Peru” October 2013

“Discordia: Deborah Faye Lawrence and Monica René Rochester”

December 2013

“Setting Our Hearts on Fire: Robert Davidson,” January 2014

“Love in the Midst of Toxins: La Toya Ruby Frazier,” February 2014

”Reaching for the Stars ( Joan Miro)” March 2014

“Isamu Noguchi and Mark Tobey: Encounters with Calligraphy,” April 2014

“Modernism in the Pacific Northwest, The Mythic and the Mystical,” and “Parallel Practices: Gina Pane and Joan Jonas,” May 2014

“Take Time Out for Art This Summer,” (Matika Wilbur, Romson Bustillo, Deco Japan), June 2014

A Treasure Trove Rediscovered:The Burke Museum of History and Culture,” September 2014 “
“Gandhi with an Ipod! City Dwellers Contemporary Art From India” October 2014
“Another Seattle Treasure: Artxchange Gallery” Mythscapes : Australian Aboriginal Art” November 2014
The American West: The Haub Family Collection at the Tacoma Art  Museum” December 2014
“Incredible India” January 2015
Migration Now! A Portfolio of Prints,” February 2015
Rodrigo Valenzuela, The 13th Man and the End of Utopia.” Frye Art Museum” March 2015
Indigenous Artists Offer a Way Forward as They Look Back” April 2015

“Dragon Kites, Legos and Porcelain: @Largeon Alcatraz” May 2015

“Hearts For Humanity” and “Kayaktivism” June 2015

“Quiet Insights into Struggle and Joy Await You at The Wing” September 2015

“Creative Activism in the Central District, Cynthia Linet, Pipsqueek Gallery,” October 2015

Creative Activism Part II: Walter Bodle and Youth in Focus,”

November 2015“

Creative Activism Part III:11th Annual Ofrenda Exhibition at El Centro de la Raza: “Black Lives Matter” December 2015

“Legacies: Music, Sculpture or Orange Dust?” January 2016

“Poetry is a Type of Music… Judith Roche” February 2016

“Spectrum Dance Theater: Avant-Garde on the Lake” March 2016

“A Visit to Downtown: Small Spaces, Big Ideas,” April 2016

“Mood Indigo: Textiles from Around the World,” May 2016

“A Summer Banquet of Exhibitions,” June 2016

“Break Free From Fossil Fuels Pacific Northwest”! June 2016

“Seven Simultaneous Exhibitions of African American Artists in Seattle,” September 2016

( “Water is Life,” by visiting writer Henry Matthews) October 2016

“Finally the Rest of the Story,” by visiting writer Georgia McDade, November 2016

“Artists Engage the World,” December 2016 (Liberty Denied and Artnauts)

“Tabaimo: Utsutsushi, Utsushi and the Future of the Asian Art Museum” January 2017

“The Spirit of Standing Rock Continues” Sacred Hoop Cooperative and “Protect the Sacred” February 2016

“Maria de Los Angeles: Artist, Activist, DACA,” March 2016

“Apologies, Memories and Witchcraft,” ( Akio Takamori, Laure Iida, Marita Dingus) April 2016

“Far Away and Right Here: Deep South Tales and Central District Families,” May 2017

“Racism and Immigrants, Then and Now,” June 2017 ( Zhi Lin and Immigration: Hopes Realized, Dreams Denied)

“Exposing the Invisible: Art about Detention” College Art Association, February 2017

“Artists Expose Injustice: Liberty Denied” Artnauts at Redline Artspace, Denver Colorado, Oct 2016

“Art and Politics Then and Now,” University of Colorado, Boulder ( videotaped lecture) Oct 2016

“Liberty Denied: Immigration, Detention, Deportation,” Central Washington University, September 2016


“ Reflections on India Ancient Lives, Contemporary Cultures,” Leschi Community Council Winter 2015

“Haida Tragedies and Triumphs,” Leschi Community Council Winter 2014

“Newtopia: Artists Address Human Rights” Center for Basque Studies, University of Reno, May  2013

“SAM and Beyond: Women Artists Take on the World,” Leschi Community Council, Fall 2012

“Artists Resist Injustice,” Arts and Social Change Symposium,  Seattle, Fall 2012.

“Artists Engage the World, Strategies for Activism,” Fairhaven College, Washington State

“Art and Politics Now: Cultural Activism in a Time of Crisis,” Washington State University, Pullman

“Activism and Exhibitions” Central Washington State University, Ellensburg, January 2012

“Art and Politics Now: Cultural Activism in a Time of Crisis, Central Washington University,

Ellensburg, January 2012 (Anthropology, Art, History, Communications, Museum Studies

“Printmaking and Resistance,” Eastern Connecticut State University, Willimantic November 2011

“Art and Politics Now” Eastern Connecticut State University, Willimantic November 2011

“Art and Politics in a Time of Crisis,” Pratt Academy of Art, New York City, November 2011

“ Cultural Activism,” Seattle University, October 2011

“Selma Waldman” Gage Academy of Art, Seattle, October 2011

“Art and Politics in the 1930s” and “Art and Politics Now,” Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Sept 2011

“Cultural Activism in a Time of Crisis” University of Texas, Dallas Sept 2011

“Artists Address Racism”   Southern Methodist University Sept 2011.

“Art and Cultural Activism,” University of Washington, Senior art seminar, April 2011

“Artists Resist Police States,” American University, Art History Program, February 2011

“Artists Address Globalization,” Gettysburg College Global Studies Program, February 2011
“Strategies for Activism” Art seminar Gettysburg College

“Art Criticism, 1979 to the present” The Evergreen State College, March 2, 2010

“Call to Conscience, African American Visual Art from Slavery to the Presidency.” Tacoma, 2009

“Selma Waldman: Pornography of Power” SeattleCentralCommunity College, Fall 2008

“Jacob Lawrence and James W. Washington Jr, “Northwest African American Art Museum 2008

“Four African American Artists in WashingtonState,” Inquiring Mind, Spring 2007 multiple venues

“Maya Lin and the Confluence Project,” Inquiring Mind, Fall 2006, Richland, Wash

“Contemporary Art in the Middle East,” The Evergreen State College, Winter 2002

“Contemporary Art and Women in the Middle East,” WesternWashingtonUniversity, Fall 2002

“Contemporary Art in Turkey,” American Research Institute in Turkey, Istanbul;

Fulbright Commission, Antalya, Turkey, May 2000

“ Recent Art and Politics,” IstanbulTechnicalUniversity

“Public Art Product and Process,” American Consulate, Istanbul; MarmaraUniversity, Istanbul; MimarSinanUniversity, Istanbul

“Art and Politics in China,” lecture on the NGO conference and contemporary art in China given at: Women’s Caucus for Art; Womens Studies Program, University of North Texas; Faculty Women’s Association, University of North Texas; Veteran Feminists of America, Southern Methodist University;  University of Texas, Arlington; Political Science Department, University of North Texas; Fall 1995


Community Presentations

Backbone Campaign

Revolution Book Store

Globe Book Store

Leschi Community Council

Arts and Social Change Symposium




Lecturer, University of Washington                      1998- 2009

Inquiring Mind Lecturer, Humanities Washington   2006-2008

Visiting Professor, TexasTechUniversity, Lubbock, Tx   2004-05           Seattle Central Community College            Winter 2003,2004

Evergreen State College                           Spring 2002

YildizTechnicalUniversity, Istanbul, Turkey   1999-2000

Associate Professor of Art History, University of North Texas 1989-97

Tenure granted at UNT   1993

Assistant Professor, Washington State University 1984 – 1989

Tenure Granted WSU 1989

Assistant Professor Mills College  1981-84


FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS                                            

Puffin FoundationFellowship             2011                                        Smithsonian Visiting Scholar            2007

Kathe Kollwitz Award , Women’s Caucus for Art       2002

Fulbright Fellowship, Turkey             1999-2000

Martha Nichols Award for Outstanding Achievement,   1996

University of NorthTexas

Senior Postdoctoral Fellow, Smithsonian Institution, NationalMuseum of American Art 1993

National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer Stipend 1991

Smithsonian Postdoctoral Fellowship, National Museum of American Art and Hirshhorn Museum, Smithsonian Institution              1987




Art and Politics Now, Cultural Activism in a Time of Crisis, Midmarch Arts Press, 2011.

Art and Politics in the 1930s, Modernism, Marxism, Americanism, A History of Cultural Activism during the Depression Years, Midmarch Arts Press, 1999.

Modernism in the 1920s: A Study of the Interpretations of New York from Expressionism to Constructivism , UMI Research Press, 1985


Chapters in Books

“Visualizing the Water Cycle: Buster Simpson, Jann Rosen-Gueralt and Ellen Sollod at the Brightwater Treatment System,” and “The Planet According to Maya Lin: What is Missing? And Confluence Project,” in The New Earthwork, Art Action Agency, ed by Twylene Moyer and Glenn Harper, International Sculpture Center, 2011.

“Elizabeth McCausland: Art, Politics and Sexuality” for anthology Katy Deepwell, ed.,Women and Modernism, (Manchester University Press, 1998). pp.83-96.

“Gambling, Fencing and Camouflage, Homer Saint-Gaudens and the Carnegie International, 1922- 1950”International Encounters: The Carnegie International and Contemporary Art 1896 – 1996   (Pittsburgh: Carnegie Museum, 1996)  pp. 66-91.

“The JerseyHomestead Mural: Ben Shahn, Bernarda Bryson, and History Painting in  the 1930s,” in Redefining American History Painting,  CambridgeUniversity Press,              1995.

The Little Review:  Early Years and Avant-Garde Ideas,” in Sue Ann Prince, ed, The Old Guard and the Avant-Garde, Modernism in Chicago 1910- 1940, University of Chicago Press, 1990, pp. 139-154


Academic Articles 

“James W. Washington, Jr., Painter, Activist, Sculptor,” Columbia Magazine, Winter 2011.

“Selma Waldman, In Memoriam,” Raven Chronicles, Spring 2009.

“Public Politics and Domestic Rituals,” Contemporary Art by Women in Turkey, 1980 – 2000” Frontiers, 2003, vol. 24, no. 1, pp. 19-37

“Gambling, Fencing and Camouflage: Homer Saint-Gaudens and the Carnegie International 1922-1950”

International Encounters, CarnegieMuseum of Art, 1996

“Paradigms and Paradoxes: Nature, Morality and Art in America,” Art Journal, Summer           1992, pp. 82-88

“Mysticism in the Machine Age: Jane Heap and The Little Review,Twenty /One, Art and Culture, University  of Illinois, Chicago, vol. 1, no.1, 1990 pp. 18-44

“Clement Greenberg in the late 1930s – A New Perspective on his Criticism,” Art Criticism  vol. 5, no. 2, Spring 1989, pp. 47-64

“Modernism, Formalism and Politics: the 1936 ‘Cubism and Abstract Art Exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art,” Art Journal, Winter 1988, pp. 284-295





Loud Bones, The Jewelry of Nancy Worden, Tacoma Art Museum, 2009

Dee-Dee Does Utopia (The Art of Deborah Lawrence) Seattle, 2008.

Pornography of Power: The Anti War Art of Selma Waldman, Seattle Central Community College 2008

Making a Life, Creating a World, Jacob Lawrence and James W. Washington, Jr. Northwest African American Museum, 2008 – 2009.

Art Across Borders, Contemporary Art from Iraq and Palestine ( brochure) 2004

Essay in Selma Waldman/Naked/Aggression Profile of the Armed Perpetrator 1998 – 2003

Imna Arroyo, San Juan Puerto Rico, 2002

As you see me, But I am not, Five Contemporary Turkish Women Artists, Women’s Museum, Frankfurt, 2001

Tomur Atagök, Ankara, 2000

Dokunma, Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul, 1999-2000

Women’s Work, Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington, Tx 1997

Lynda Benglis: Game Being, Print Press, University of North Texas,1997

Encounters: Ray Smith,DallasMuseum of Art, 1993

“Nancy Graves” National Honorees Catalogue, Women’s Caucus for Art, 1993

“Art of the Inland Northwest: Pioneers to Postmodernism” One Hundred Years of Art in          Washington State, TacomaArt Museum 1989

Nancy Worthington: Reflection on our Age,San JoseMuseum of Art, San Jose,           California 1984


Interview by Anitra Freeman “On Activist Duty, Local artists create work colored by Political Activism,”

Real Change October 3-9, 2012. (Susan Platt, Deborah Lawrence, Cecilia Alvarez)

“Gender is a Race: Interview with Tatiana Garmendia,” Raven Chronicles, Fall 2013


Play Review

“Occupy Seattle” Something I Can Do, A Play,” The Raven Chronicles, vol 17, no 1-2 (Fall 2012)


Book Reviews

“rAdIcAl prEsEncE: Black Performance in Contemporary Art, “ Raven Chronicles, Fall 2013

“Framing Current Practices,” Cassone, Sept 2012.

“The Triumph of Modernism:  India’s Artists and the Avant-Garde, New Vision: Arab Contemporary Art in the 21st Century, Dissident Syria: Making Oppositional Arts Official, The Art Book, Fall 2010

“Your Bright Future 12 Contemporary Artists from Korea and Outside In: Chinese xAmericanxContemporary Art,” The Art Book, August 2010

“’William Kentridge: Five Themes’ and ‘Joe Feddersen: Vital Signs,’” The Art Book, February 2010.

“Art and China’s Revolution” The Art Book, August 2009

“Modern Arab Art: Formation of Arab Aesthetics and Belonging and Globalization Critical Essays in Contemporary Art and Culture,” The Art Book, November 2008

“The Dinner Party, Global Feminisms, and Wack!” The Art Book, May 2008

“Art and Politics: The Abu Ghraib Effect, Fernand Botero,” The Art Book, Fall 2007

“‘Art of Engagement: Visual Politics in California and Beyond,’ Peter Selz”,

 The Art Book, Aug 2006, 44-46.

“Over Here: International Perspectives on Art and Culture,” The Art Book, Nov 2005, 41-42

“Textiles from Bauhaus to Black Mountain,” The Art Book, March 2004

“Anita Brenner,” The Art Book, Fall 1999.

“Alice Neel, Nell Blaine, Berenice Abbott” Art Journal, summer 1999.

“Rethinking Edward Hopper,” The Art Book, January 1999, vol. 6, no. 1. pp. 14-16.

“Culture and Power,” Art Journal, Fall 1996, pp. 95-97.


Online articles and book reviews:

Ongoing blog  http://artandpoliticsnow. com/blog covers many subjects  here in depth

Art and Politics at the Brooklyn Museum, Just Seeds Blog  May 19, 2014

“Cuban America: An Empire State of Mind, “Art Experience NYC, April 2013

“Dandies in Brazzaville: Baudouin Mouanda: Sapeurs at the M.I.A. Gallery in Seattle.” Ultra Extra, posted  March 6, 2013.

“Art in Cuba Now Part II: Poetic Pragmatism in the 21st Century” Cassone, March 2012

“Art in Cuba Now Part I: Capitalism and Battista Redux” Cassone February 2012

“From Utopian Hopes to Political Realities: Two Exhibitions in Istanbul”, November  2011

“Late Modernisms and Post Nationalisms at the Venice Biennale, “Art Dish Magazine,, July 2011.

“Protesting Artists, Arresting Art: The Venice Biennale” , July 2011.

“Cultural Collisions and Pervasive Prejudice” The Art of Roger Shimomura,”, February 2010.

“Word Into Art: Artists of the Modern Middle East,” July 2006

Book Review Bram Dijkstra American Expressionism: Art and Social Change 1920 – 1950, CAA Reviews posted May 2004

Gloria Bornstein Summer 2002

Book Review “Bert Winther-Tamaki, Art in the Encounter of Nations: Japanese and American Artists in the Early Post War Years, CAA Reviews, 2001. posted April 2002

“Culture Then and Now,”, December 2001


Art Criticism and Essays (selected)         

“Gender is a Race: An Interview with Tatiana Garmendia,” Raven Chronicles, Fall 2013

“Haida Gwaii, Tradition Resurrected,” Raven Chronicles, Fall 2013

“Des Moines, Iowa: Miguel Angel Rios: Des Moines Art Center,” Sculpture, November 2012

“Selma Waldman In Memoriam,” Raven Chronicles, Fall 2009

“Istanbul: 10th International Biennial,” Sculpture. July – August 2008.

“Maya Lin and the Confluence Project,” Sculpture November 2006

“Third Floor: Planned Obsolescence,” Artlies, Spring 2005

“Seattle: James Turrell,” Art Papers Magazine, November December 2003

“Art and Justice: Public Art in Seattle,” Sculpture Magazine, September 2003

“Roger Shimomura: Racism,” Raven Chronicles (online)

“Seattle: Marita Dingus,” Art Papers Magazine, September/October 2003

“The Digestible Other/The Istanbul Biennial,” Third Text, Summer 2003 with Tomur Atagok

“Seattle: Maki Tamura” Art Papers Magazine, July/August 2003

“Out of the Box: Black Writers Evade Stereotypes,” Real Change, October 30 – November 12, 2003

“Outside In ‘Homeless Youth offer a different View,” Real Change, July 10 – 23, 2003

“Grieve for the Loss of Iraq’s Historical Soul.” The Seattle Times, April 18, 2003

“SeattleWashington (“States of the Union: Before and After”) Art Papers January-February 2003, p. 51

“Do-Ho Suh and Xu Bing,” ( catalog reviews) The Art Book March 2003 pp. 34-35

“Art on a Mission” Northwest Colors, April 2003

“East Coast hip hop company ignites the passions in Washington’s Only Women’s Prison,” Real Change

December 26 – January 8, 2003

“Genocide Trail: Holocaust Unspoken Real Change October 18 –November 3, 2002

Gail Tremblay, Raven Chronicles, vol. 10, no. 3

Seattle: Gail Tremblay, Art Papers Magazine, November 2002

Palimpsests Art Access September 2002

Bellevue (Roger Shimomura) Art Papers Magazine July-August 2002, p. 52

The True Philanthropists ‘Nickel and Dimed in America,’(theater review)Real Change August 8 –21, 2002

Changing Models for Public Art: Seattle’s ‘Salmon in the City’ “ Sculpture Magazine June 2002

Brazil, PakistanIndia: Contemporary Artists/Historical Contexts

              Art Papers Magazine, May June 2002, pp. 22-27

Remembering the Past, (Japanese Internment Camps) Real ChangeMay 16 – 29 2002

“An Act of Resistance (Tanis Maria S’eiltin at Sacred CircleArtGallery),” Art Access May 2002

“An American Diary, Roger Shimomura at the BellevueArt Museum,” Art Access, March 2002

Arts Corps, A Phenomenal Success Story Real Change, January 10 –23, 2002

Disability and Liberation Real Change Nov 29 – December 21, 2001

Vancouver (Cai Guo-Qiang) Art Papers Magazine January February 2002 p. 56

Two Major Collections of African American Art Art Access September 2001

Seattle Celebrates El Dia de los Muertos Art Access November 2001

“Czech Connections,” Afterimage, July/August 2001, p. 17

“The Digestible Other, The Istanbul Biennial,” Third Text, 55 Summer 2001

“Istanbul”( four exhibitions)  Art Papers Magazines, July August 2000

“Istanbul: Bedri Baykam,” Art Papers Magazine, May June 2000

“Staged Sanctity,” (Inci Eviner) Afterimage, July August 2000

“Istanbul Biennial,” Art Papers, January February 2000

“Shared Freedoms,” Afterimage, November, December 1999

“Politically Incorrect, Outing the Political Artist,” Art Papers, September, October 1999

“PETLAND, A Woman’s Life,” Frontiers, vol. xix, no. 2, 1998, pp. 83-93.

“Lucienne Bloch: A Retrospective,” Art Papers, January-February 1999

“In Istanbul: Contemporary Art in Turkey” Art Papers, Winter 1998

“In London: Susan Platt Reports on the Whitechapel Open,” Art Papers, September/October  1998

“In Warm Springs (Lillian Pitt) ” Art Papers, September October 1999

“Politically Incorrect, Outing the Political Artist,” Art Papers, September, October 1999

“Women Artists of India: A Celebration of Independence,” Art Papers, March/April 1998

“New Art in China, Post 1989” Art Papers, March/April. 1998

“David Alfaro Siqueiros,” Art Papers , November/December, 1997

“Betye Saar, ” Art Papers , September/October, 1997

“Cuban Art in Canada,” Art Papers , September/October,  1997

“Art and Activism: A Brief History,” Art Papers May/ June, 1997

“The Culture of the Apocalypse,” (Masami Teraoka) Art Papers, Jan Feb 1997

“Annabel Daou,” 20, Art Papers, July-August , 1996

“Searching For Equality Through Art,” The Dallas Morning News, Oct 4, 1995

“Nuclear Politics, Nuclear History and Postmodern Politics,” Reflex   1994

“Two Strikingly Different Views of the World,” Dallas Morning News,  November 6,1990

“Border Watch II opens new vistas,” Dallas Morning News September 23, 1990

“Sculpture for Walls,” New Art Examiner, May  1987

“Luis Cruz Azaceta,” New Art Examiner, September 1987

“Notes on New Talent,” New Art Examiner, October 1987

“Feminism, Politics and Social Commentary,” New Art Examiner, November 1987

“Art for the New Apocalypse,” Artweek, February, 1985

“The Responsive Machine,” Artweek, March,1985

“Book Review: Modern Art and Modernism,” Artweek, November, 1983

“Connecting with the Primal,” Artweek, November, 1983

“Helen Mayer Harrison and Newton Harrison: An Urban Discourse,” Artweek, May,1983

“Artists Who Draw,” Artweek, January, 1983

“Hudson’s World,”Artweek, December 1982

“San Francisco International Video Festival,”Artweek, December 1982

“Franz Kline,” Artweek,  October, 1982

“Testing the Studies: Eve Hesse,”Artweek, October 1982

“Vito Acconci: The Sheltering City,” Artweek, September, 1982

“Personal, Modern Eccentric,”(Surls, Burton, Shapiro) Artweek, August, 1982

“Earl Staley, New Work,” Artweek, March, 1980

“Fort Worth,”(Roy Fridge) Artforum, September, 1980

“Dan Flavin’s Factual Fantasies,” Artweek, January, 1980

“Dallas,”(Robert Tiemann) Artforum, April, 1980

“Vernon Fisher,” Arts Magazine February,1980

“The Aesthetic Side of Christo,” Artweek,  1979  September,

“Women in Sight: Issues of Quality, Quantity, Politics,” Artweek, November, 1979

“Houston/Austin,” (Sam Gummelt, Michael Tracy) Artforum, October, 1979

“Dallas/Houston,” (James Surls, Tom Sayre) Artforum, June, 1979