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Page 1 of 26 Michaël J. Amy, Ph.D. Professor of the History of Art School of Art College of Art and Design Rochester Institute of Technology 73 Lomb Memorial Drive Rochester, NY 14623 E-mail: [email protected] Books Rachel Baum and Michaël Amy, Hiroshi Senju, Milan, Skira, 2009 Michaël Borremans: Whistling a Happy Tune, Ghent, Ludion, 2008 (Awarded a 2009 Plantin-Moretus Prize for Best Designed Book) One to One, Conversation avec Tony Oursler, Brussels, Facteur Humain, 2006 Articles Bruce Nauman: Endurance Act, in Sculpture, September 1, 2020 https://sculpturemagazine.art/bruce-nauman-endurance-act/ (accessed September 10, 2020) Sarah Lucas: Naked Honesty, in Sculpture, 39, 2, March/April 2020, pp.64-75 https://sculpturemagazine.art/sarah-lucas-naked-honesty/ (accessed March 14, 2020) Cathy Wilkes: Ugly Archetypes, in Sculpture, 38, 1, January/February 2019, pp.63-70 https://sculpturemagazine.art/cathy-wilkes-ugly-archetypes/ (accessed January 12, 2020) Robert Gober: Ordinary Ambiguity, in Sculpture, 35, 6, July/August 2016, pp.54-61 https://sculpturemagazine.art/robert-grober-ordinary-ambiguity/ (excerpt, accessed November 28, 2020) Art History as Autobiography, in Alumni Newsletter, Institute of Fine Arts, 50, Fall 2015, pp.6-7 and 14 https://ifa.nyu.edu/pdfs/publications/2015-Alumni-Newsletter.pdf (accessed November 28, 2020) Jeff Koons: A Supreme Trouble-Maker in Crowd-Pleasing Clothes, in Sculpture, 34, 2, March 2015, pp.53-59 https://sculpturemagazine.art/jeff-koons-a-supreme-trouble-maker-in-crowd-pleasing-clothes/ (excerpt, accessed November 28, 2020) Paul Thek: The Meat of Sculpture, in Sculpture, 33, 10, December 2014, pp.36-39 https://sculpturemagazine.art/the-meat-of-sculpture-paul-thek/ (excerpt, accessed November 28, 2020) Paul McCarthy: Rotten to the Core, in Sculpture, 33, 4, May 2014, pp.47-51 https://www.sculpture.org/documents/scmag14/may_14/may14_features4.shtml (excerpt, accessed November 28, 2020)

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Michaël J. Amy, Ph.D.

Professor of the History of Art

School of Art

College of Art and Design

Rochester Institute of Technology

73 Lomb Memorial Drive

Rochester, NY 14623

E-mail: [email protected]

Books

Rachel Baum and Michaël Amy, Hiroshi Senju, Milan, Skira, 2009

Michaël Borremans: Whistling a Happy Tune, Ghent, Ludion, 2008

(Awarded a 2009 Plantin-Moretus Prize for Best Designed Book)

One to One, Conversation avec Tony Oursler, Brussels, Facteur Humain, 2006

Articles

Bruce Nauman: Endurance Act, in Sculpture, September 1, 2020

https://sculpturemagazine.art/bruce-nauman-endurance-act/ (accessed September 10, 2020)

Sarah Lucas: Naked Honesty, in Sculpture, 39, 2, March/April 2020, pp.64-75

https://sculpturemagazine.art/sarah-lucas-naked-honesty/ (accessed March 14, 2020)

Cathy Wilkes: Ugly Archetypes, in Sculpture, 38, 1, January/February 2019, pp.63-70

https://sculpturemagazine.art/cathy-wilkes-ugly-archetypes/ (accessed January 12, 2020)

Robert Gober: Ordinary Ambiguity, in Sculpture, 35, 6, July/August 2016, pp.54-61

https://sculpturemagazine.art/robert-grober-ordinary-ambiguity/

(excerpt, accessed November 28, 2020)

Art History as Autobiography, in Alumni Newsletter, Institute of Fine Arts, 50, Fall 2015,

pp.6-7 and 14 https://ifa.nyu.edu/pdfs/publications/2015-Alumni-Newsletter.pdf

(accessed November 28, 2020)

Jeff Koons: A Supreme Trouble-Maker in Crowd-Pleasing Clothes,

in Sculpture, 34, 2, March 2015, pp.53-59

https://sculpturemagazine.art/jeff-koons-a-supreme-trouble-maker-in-crowd-pleasing-clothes/

(excerpt, accessed November 28, 2020)

Paul Thek: The Meat of Sculpture, in Sculpture, 33, 10, December 2014, pp.36-39

https://sculpturemagazine.art/the-meat-of-sculpture-paul-thek/

(excerpt, accessed November 28, 2020)

Paul McCarthy: Rotten to the Core, in Sculpture, 33, 4, May 2014, pp.47-51

https://www.sculpture.org/documents/scmag14/may_14/may14_features4.shtml

(excerpt, accessed November 28, 2020)

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Michaël J. Amy

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Being There, in 2013 Yeongwol International Museum Forum, Section 5,

Museums in the Digital Era, Yeongwol, Korea, (October) 2013, pp.7-24

Lorenzo il Magnifico’s Façade for the Cathedral of Florence

and Michelangelo’s Apostle Statues, with an Addendum on the St. Matthew in 1515, in Michelangelo Buonarroti: Leben, Werk und Wirkung. Positionen und Perspektiven der

Forschung / Michelangelo Buonarroti: Vita, Opere, Ricezione. Approdi e prospettive della ricerca

contemporanea, Folliero-Metz, Grazia Dolores and Gramatzki, Susanne eds., (Mittelalter und

Renaissance in der Romania 6), Frankfurt am Main, Peter Lang Verlag, 2013, pp.667-731

http://www.peterlang.com/index.cfm?event=cmp.ccc.seitenstruktur.detailseiten&seitentyp=produ

kt&pk=74467&concordeid=262990 (accessed March 18, 2014)

Lee Bul: Phantasmic Morphologies, in Sculpture, 30, 4, May 2011, pp.20-27

(cover story) https://sculpturemagazine.art/lee-bul-phantasmic-morphologies/

(excerpt, accessed November 29, 2020)

Jan Fabre at the Louvre, in Sculpture, 28, 1, January-February 2009, pp.22-29

(cover story) https://sculpturemagazine.art/jan-fabre-at-the-louvre/

(excerpt, accessed November 29, 2020)

Nathan Slate Joseph: Pure Pigment, Constructed Form, in Sculpture, 27, 7, September 2008,

pp.54-55 https://sculpturemagazine.art/nathan-slate-joseph-pure-pigment-constructed-form/ (excerpt, accessed November 29, 2020)

“Introducing” Reigl, in Art in America, 3, March 2008, pp.162-163

Michelangelo’s Drawings for Apostle Statues for the Cathedral of Florence, in Viator: Medieval

and Renaissance Studies, 37, 2006, pp.479-517

The Theater of the Absurd, in tema celeste, 116, July-August 2006, pp.42-49

(cover story)

Boston Light. Daguerreotypes by Southworth & Hawes convey mid-19th-century America

through its luminaries and ordinary citizens, in Art in America, 3, March 2006, pp.65-67;

reprinted in The Weight of Photography. Photography: History, Theory and Criticism.

Introductory Readings, Johan Swinnen and Luc Deneulin editors, Brussels, Academic and

Scientific Publishers, 2010, pp.67-72.

“You talkin’ to me?”, in DITS: Violence, III, 5, winter-spring 2005, pp.18-31

“Yo Mama’s Last Supper”. Thoughts on a Recent Controversy in the Arts,

in Nieuw Tijdschrift van de Vrije Universiteit Brussel, 15, 4, 2002, pp.79-92

The Body as Machine, Taken to Its Extreme, in The New York Times, Arts & Leisure,

January 20, 2002, pp.37-38

http://www.nytimes.com/2002/01/20/arts/art-architecture-the-body-as-machine-taken-to-its-

extreme.html?pagewanted=all&src=pm (accessed February 7, 2015)

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Imagining Michelangelo’s St. Matthew in its Setting, in Santa Maria del Fiore: The Cathedral

and its Sculpture, Acts of the International Symposium for the VII Centenary of the Cathedral

of Florence, Florence, Villa I Tatti, 5-6 June 1997, Haines, M. ed., Fiesole (Florence),

Edizioni Cadmo, 2001, pp.149-166

Provocation et intolérance: L’art britannique et la politique américaine vers 1999,

in Blasphèmes et Libertés, 3, 2001, pp.16-43

Etats-Unis. La censure: un frein à l’expression artistique, in Espace de Libertés: Document 5,

November 2000, pp.26-27 (a synopsis of Provocation et intolérance)

The Dating of Michelangelo’s “St. Matthew”, in Burlington Magazine, CXLII, 1169,

August 2000, pp.493-496, and CXLII, 1173, December 2000, p.808

The Revised Attributions and Dates of Two 15th Century Mural Cycles for the Cathedral of Florence, in Mitteilungen des Kunsthistorischen Institutes in Florenz, XLII, 1, 1998, pp.176-189

Articles in progress

From Mural to Panel, and Beyond: Cimabue’s Altarpiece of the Crucifixion in the Upper Church of San Francesco at Assisi

16th Century Monumental Sculpture for the Three Façades of the Baptistery of Florence

Letters

Election reflections, in City, (Greater Rochester’s Alternative Newsweekly),

42, 12, November 28 – December 4, 2012, p.2

http://www.rochestercitynewspaper.com/rochester/feedback-1128/Content?oid=2157716

(accessed November 29, 2020)

The brewery’s Cataract plans, in City, (Greater Rochester’s Alternative Newsweekly), 41, 18,

January 11-17, 2012, p.2

Fabiola, Queen of the Belgians?, in Art in America, 4, April 2008, p.3

Essays

Li Hongwei: Tradition and Change, in Beyond Reflection: The Art of Li Hongwei,

Boston, Pucker Art Publications, 2018, pp. 49-56 (distributed by Syracuse University Press)

https://www.puckergallery.com/publications/beyond-reflection-the-art-of-li-hongwei

This essay is also published on the artist’s Website:

http://www.lihongwei.com/comment/6_300.html (accessed November 29, 2020)

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Context Adds Meaning, in Johan Tahon: Wir überleben das Licht, Maastricht,

Bonnefantenmuseum, 2018, pp.32-33 (journal accompanying the exhibition “Johan Tahon:

Wir überleben das Licht”, Bonnefanten Museum, Maastricht, 26 January- 2 December, 2018).

This essay is reprinted in Dutch in the same journal.

http://webshop.bonnefanten.nl/johan-tahon-wir-uberleben-das-

licht?fbclid=IwAR0E2GbfqbpYX2VxdSwMvq-sndd-yNmFwxB1phcz9zb70XaXsYlxfelewIg

(accessed November 29, 2020)

Interiors, in Pavel Romaniko, Michaël Amy, and Alex Miokovic, Nostalgia:

A Guide to Collective Melancholie, Boston, MA, Pavel Romaniko, 2018, pp. 5-10

(a limited-edition book, produced by the artist)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sSsz1GoMIlw&feature=share (accessed October 17, 2020)

Horror and Hope, in Lee Bul, Stephanie Rosenthal ed., London, Hayward Gallery Publishing,

2018, pp.137-140 (exhibition catalogue, Hayward Gallery, London, May 30 – August 19, 2018,

and Gropius Bau, Berlin, September 29, 2018 – January 13, 2019)

The Missing Are Presumed Dead, in Michael Amy and Mark Gisbourne, Olivier Masmonteil,

s.l., Blurb, 2018, pp.5-12 (This essay is also published in French and German translations).

http://www.blurb.fr/books/8572957-olivier-masmonteil (accessed November 29, 2020)

An Architecture of Light, in Michael Taylor: Traversing Parallels, Seattle, WA,

University of Washington Press, 2018, pp.99-105 (exhibition catalogue,

Museum of Glass, Tacoma, Washington, October 28, 2017 – May 12, 2018)

https://uwapress.uw.edu/book/9780998681740/michael-taylor/ (accessed December 4, 2020)

Reprinted in slightly abridged form as: Reflection, in Glass: The UrbanGlass Art Quarterly,

150, Spring 2018, pp.64 and 61

The Ones Who Are Left Behind: A Short History of Lamentation in Western Art,

in Heide Hatry, Icons in Ash, a collaborative conceptual artist’s book, Heide Hatry and Gavin Keeney eds., Barrytown, New York, Station Hill

of Barrytown, in collaboration with Ubu Gallery, New York, 2016, pp.100-117

http://www.iconsinash.com/book.html (accessed February 6, 2018)

O império de sinais / An Empire of Signs, in Pintomeira: pintura, fotografia / painting,

photography, Viana do Castelo, Câmara Municipal de Viana do Castelo, 2016, pp.77-101

Esther Naor: The Raft of Memory, in Esther Naor: Aftermath, New York, Stux +

Haller Gallery, 2016, s.p. (exhibition catalogue, February 24 – March 26, 2016)

Eugene Lemay: Building Absence, New York, Stux + Haller Gallery, 2015, s.p.

(exhibition catalogue, September 9 – October 31, 2015)

Michaël Amy, an autobiographical essay, accompanying an interview conducted

by Brainard Carey with Michaël Amy on September 15, 2015, on Interviews from Yale

University Radio WYBCX, http://museumofnonvisibleart.com/interviews/michael-amy/

(posted on September 21, 2015)

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Veils of Paint, in Marc Van Cauwenbergh, Cosa Mentale, Brussels, MH Gallery Editions, 2015

pp.8-11 (exhibition catalogue, Marc Van Cauwenbergh, Cosa Mentale, Mathilde Hatzenberger

Gallery, Brussels, September 10 – October 10, 2015)

https://issuu.com/mhgallery/docs/mvc_cat/1?e=0 (accessed December 4, 2020)

Us Weekly, in Folkert de Jong: Hominid Land, Paris, Galérie Dukan, 2015, pp.10-19

(exhibition catalogue, Hominid Land, carte blanche à Folkert de Jong, at the Musée d’Art,

Histoire et Archéologie d’Évreux, November 15, 2014 – May 31, 2015. Introductory essay for

this bilingual –English/French- catalogue)

Amer Kobaslija: A Sense of Place, in Amer Kobaslija, New York, George Adams Gallery,

2015, pp.79-81.

Recent Work by Carol Ross (essay for an exhibition at Rooster Gallery, New York City,

February 26 – March 20, 2015) http://www.roostergallery.com/CRoss_Essay.pdf

(accessed April 23, 2015)

The Abandoned House Project, http://www.abandonedhouse.lv/articles/

(posted on November 28th, 2014; accessed December 4, 2020)

Making Connections, in Robert Devriendt: Broken Stories, with texts by Michaël Amy, Lorenzo

Benedetti, Edwin Carels, and Robert Devriendt, and an interview conducted by Eva Wittocx,

Antwerp, Ludion, 2014, pp.8-13. This book was listed in eighth place in the Belgian magazine

Humo, on its list of the top ten art books of 2014: http://www.humo.be/humo-archief/314335/het-

beste-volgens-humo-in-2014-kunstboeken (accessed February 12, 2015).

The essay was reprinted in https://bezoekers.brugge.be/press-file-robert-devriendt (accessed

December 4, 2020); the title of this essay became the title of Devriendt’s retrospective exhibition

at the Groeningemuseum in Bruges, Belgium (October 17, 2015 – February 21, 2016)

Unicorn, in Michaël Borremans, As Sweet As It Gets, Jeffrey Grove, ed., Ostfildern, Hatje Cantz

Verlag, 2014, p.284 (exhibition catalogue, BOZAR, Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels, February 22

– August 3, 2014; Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv, September 4, 2014 – January 31, 2015;

and Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas, March 15 – July 5, 2015). This book is also published

in French, and Dutch. http://www.hatjecantz.de/michal-borremans-5920-1.html (accessed

December 4, 2020). This book was listed in second place in the Belgian magazine Humo’s list of

the top ten art books of 2014: http://www.humo.be/humo-archief/314335/het-beste-volgens-

humo-in-2014-kunstboeken (accessed February 12, 2015).

Antwerp Feasts, and Belgian Congo Fountain of Life, in Jan Fabre. Tribute to Hieronymus Bosch

in Congo, Antwerp, Angelos, 2014, pp.72 and 74. Published in English, Ukrainian, and Russian

on the occasion of the exhibition Jan Fabre. Tribute to Hieronymus Bosch in Congo, 2011-2013,

and Jan Fabre. Tribute to Belgian Congo, 2010-2013, at the PinchukArtCentre, Kiev, February 6

– October 5, 2014. http://janfabre.be/angelos/en/publicatie/jan-fabre-tribute-to-belgian-congo-

2010-2013-jan-fabre-tribute-to-hieronymus-bosch-in-congo-2011-2013-2/ (accessed February

12, 2015). This book was reprinted by Skira in French, in 2014, and English, in 2015.

Rainer Gross, exhibition pamphlet, New York, Thatcher Projects, 2013

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Amy Cohen Banker, Heuristic, Part II, s.l., blurb.com, 2012

(self-published by Amy Cohen Banker)

Amy Cohen Banker, Heuristic, s.l., blurb.com, 2012

(self-published by Amy Cohen Banker)

Making Faces, in Face to Face, Tony Oursler, Aarhus, Denmark, ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum,

2012, pp.67-87 (exhibition catalogue, ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum, March 3 – July 29, 2012).

Excerpt reprinted in Artist | Work | Lisson, London and New York, Lisson Gallery, 2017, p. 928

http://www.lissongallery.com/news/lisson-gallery-launches-publication-in-celebration-of-its-

50th-anniversary (accessed December 4, 2020)

Karen Fitzgerald, New Gilded Paintings, s.l., blurb.com, 2012

(self-published by Karen Fitzgerald)

Also: http://fitzgeraldart.com/essays/michael-amy-essay/ (accessed December 4, 2020)

20 Works of Art in the Age of Digital Replication (essay for the exhibition poster

at the entrance to Doug Manchee’s exhibition, and the accompanying leaflet,

University Gallery, Rochester Institute of Technology, January 23rd through March 2nd, 2012).

See also http://dougmancheeprojects.com/projects/20-works-of-art-in-the-age-of-mechanical-

reproduction/?view=text (accessed June 13, 2017)

Fleurs, New York, Leon Benrimon Gallery, 2010 (exhibition catalogue, May 6 – June 5, 2010)

The Call of the Wild, in Jan Fabre, Chapters I-XVIII, Waxes & Bronzes, Paris, Guy Pieters

Gallery, 2010, pp.140-141. This book was also published, by the same publisher, in French

and Dutch. It was reprinted on the occasion of the exhibition of Jan Fabre’s bronzes at

the Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Brussels (October 12, 2012 - September 15, 2013)

Vadim Katznelson, [San Francisco], Blurb, 2009 (exhibition catalogue,

Margaret Thatcher Projects, New York, December 17, 2009 – January 23, 2010)

Robert Sagerman, Torino, Ermanno Tedeschi Gallery, 2009 (exhibition catalogue,

Ermanno Tedeschi Gallery, Torino, 25 September – 15 November, 2009)

Testing the Limits, in Folkert de Jong, Circle of Trust, Selected Works 2001-2009,

Amsterdam and Groningen, Black Cat Publishing and Groninger Museum, 2009,

pp.84-88 (exhibition catalogue, Groninger Museum, October 10, 2009 – April 11, 2010)

(essay also available at http://www.galeriedukan.com/texts/folkert-de-jong;

accessed March 16, 2017)

Body Tondi: Gwen Hardie, s.l., blurb.com, 2009 (self-published by Gwen Hardie)

Folkert de Jong, Thousand Years Business as Usual, James Cohan Gallery Shanghai

(exhibition pamphlet, November 14, 2008 – January 17, 2009).

Reprinted in Mandarin in Art China, 2-3, 2009, pp.60-65.

Vittorio Matino, New York / Beverly Hills / Hong Kong, Sundaram Tagore Gallery, 2008

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Along for the Ride… Images of Marfa and Big Bend, [Dallas], [2008]

(on the pastel drawings of Reinhard Ziegler)

Editing Nature, in Sebastian Lemm: Editing Nature, New York City, 2008, pp.30-33

(exhibition catalogue, David Weinberg Gallery, Chicago, February 29 – April 12, 2008,

and Peer Gallery, New York, March 20 – April 26, 2008)

Lee Waisler, Abstract, New York, Beverly Hills, Sundaram Tagore Gallery, 2008

(exhibition catalogue, February 9 – March 8, 2008)

Lee Waisler, Portraits, New York, Beverly Hills, Sundaram Tagore Gallery, 2008

(exhibition catalogue, February 9 – March 8, 2008)

Tim Prentice, New Kinetic Sculptures, New York, Maxwell Davidson Gallery, 2008

(exhibition catalogue, January 19 – March 1, 2008)

Nicola Verlato: Drawings, in Nicola Verlato, Modeling Process, Monfalcone,

Galleria Comunale d’Arte Contemporanea di Monfalcone, 2007, pp.6-11

(exhibition catalogue, December 21, 2007 – February 17, 2008).

Reprinted in Nicola Verlato: From Verona with Rage, Berkeley, CA,

Gingko Press, 2013, pp.87-90

Quirky, Westport, Connecticut, Westport Arts Center, 2007

(exhibition leaflet, November 9 – December 19, 2007)

Betti Franceschi, Big Nudes, New York, Pen & Brush, 2007

(exhibition brochure, December 4-16, 2007)

Mark Sheinkman, 2007, New York, Von Lintel Gallery, 2007

(exhibition catalogue, October 11 – November 24, 2007)

Paintings for the Age of Information, in 40 Years, Masaaki Sato, New York – London, Itoh City,

Shizuoka Prefecture, Ikeda Museum of 20th Century Art, 2007, pp.34-35 (exhibition catalogue,

June 28 – October 2, 2007). Essay reprinted in Masahiko Moriya, Research of Masaaki SATO,

Tsukuba, University of Tsukuba, 2015, pp.53-55.

Anil Revri, New Delhi, Vadehra Art Gallery, 2006 (exhibition catalogue, February 5-23, 2007).

Also: http://www.anilrevri.com/michael-amy (accessed October 21, 2012)

The Colors of Time, in Building a Picture: The Art of Nathan Slate Joseph,

New York, Sundaram Tagore Gallery, 2006, pp.19-21

Olga Antonova, Gallery Henoch, New York, November 16 – December 9, 2006

(exhibition pamphlet)

Karin Batten, My New World, Recent Paintings, June Kelly Gallery, New York,

November 15 – December 12, 2006 (exhibition pamphlet)

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Sabine Friesicke, Robert Steele Gallery, New York, October 12 – November 11, 2006

(exhibition pamphlet)

Sydney Drum, 55 Mercer Gallery, New York, October 3 – October 28, 2006

(exhibition pamphlet)

Yigal Ozeri, As Early as New York, New York, Mike Weiss Gallery, 2006

Paul Dacey, Karen Fitzgerald, John Greer and Jim Long: Tondi, Michaël Amy curator,

Wooster Arts Space, New York, February 3 - 25, 2006 (exhibition leaflet)

Hauteng / Skintight, in [Skin], Heide Hatry ed., Heidelberg, Kehrer Verlag, 2005, pp.90-101.

Reprinted in NY Arts, 11, 5-6, May-June 2006, p.78

Tony Magar, New York, Mike Weiss Gallery, 2005

(exhibition catalogue, October 20 – November 26, 2005)

Linda Stojak, New York, Stephen Haller Gallery, 2005

(exhibition catalogue, September 24 – November 1, 2005)

Natvar Bhavsar, in Natvar Bhavsar: Color – Poetic Reverberations, New York, Sundaram Tagore

Gallery, 2004, pp.38-39 (exhibition catalogue, November 11 – December 19, 2004)

Sydney Drum, New York, 55 Mercer Gallery, October 5 – October 30, 2004

(exhibition pamphlet)

Sofi Żezmer, New York, Mike Weiss Gallery, 2004 (exhibition catalogue, September 11 –

October 16, 2004)

Oded Halahmy’s Sculpture Defies Easy Categorization, in Homeward, Baghdad, Jerusalem, New

York: Sculpture of Oded Halahmy, New York and Ahmedabad, India, Sundaram Tagore Gallery

and Mapin Publishing, 2004, pp.33-39

True Stories: Laylah Ali, Jules de Balincourt, Salomon Huerta, Christoper Leitch, Muntean /

Rosenblum and Amy Sillman, Johnson County Community College, Gallery of Art,

Overland Park, Kansas, February 15 – April 4, 2004 (exhibition pamphlet)

Lucinda Devlin: The Omega Suites - Stephen Tourlentes: Building Absence,

Johnson County Community College, Gallery of Art, Overland Park, Kansas,

July 15 – August 29, 2001 (exhibition pamphlet)

Masaaki Sato, 30 Years in New York, 1970 - 2000, Tokyo, Fuji Television Gallery, 2000

(exhibition catalogue, September 4th - October 7th, 2000). Essay reprinted in Masahiko Moriya,

Research of Masaaki SATO, Tsukuba, University of Tsukuba, 2015, pp.37 & 68.

Material Abstraction: James Bohary, Tracey Jones, Pat Passlof, Milton Resnick,

Thomas Nonn curator, Kingsborough Community College, CUNY, and

Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York, N.Y., January - March 1999 (exhibition pamphlet)

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Andy Warhol, Jan Hoet curator, Rijksuniversiteit Gent, in collaboration with the

Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst, Ghent, February 1987 (exhibition leaflet)

Forthcoming essays:

In Our Time, in Johan Tahon

Abstracts

Being There, in 2013 Yeongwol International Museum Forum, Program book, Yeongwol, Korea,

(October) 2013, pp.107-108

From Mural to Panel, and Beyond: Cimabue's Altarpiece of the Crucifixion at Assisi,

for the session on Transformations Across Media, organized by Giancarlo Fiorenza,

chaired by Timothy D. McCall, in The Renaissance Society of America, Annual Meeting,

Program and Abstract Book, Washington, DC, 22-24 March, 2012, p.424

http://convention2.allacademic.com/one/rsa/rsa12/index.php?click_key=1&cmd=Multi+Search+

Search+Load+Publication&publication_id=525048&PHPSESSID=63438d5a677e4af8c463ebe79

173da52 (accessed March 28, 2012)

Michaël Amy and Giancarlo Fiorenza, Chairs, The Noble Failure in Renaissance and Baroque Art, in College Art Association, 92nd Annual Conference, Seattle, February 18-21, 2004,

Abstracts 2004, New York, 2004, pp.6-8

Michelangelo’s Commission for Apostle Statues for the Cathedral of Florence:

The Medicean Connection, for the session on Patronage in the Renaissance, chaired

by Joanna Woods-Marsden, in The Renaissance Society of America, Annual Meeting,

University of California, Los Angeles, March 25-27, 1999, p.135

Encyclopedia entries

Bartolommeo della Porta, Fra, in Encyclopedia of the Renaissance, Grendler, P. F. ed.,

I, New York, Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1999, pp.183-185. The Encyclopedia of the Renaissance

was awarded the Dartmouth Medal in 2000

Botticelli, Sandro, in Encyclopedia of the Renaissance, Grendler, P. F. ed., I, New York,

Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1999, pp.262-265. The Encyclopedia of the Renaissance was awarded

the Dartmouth Medal in 2000

El Greco, in Encyclopedia of the Renaissance, Grendler, P. F. ed., II, New York,

Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1999, pp.256-259. The Encyclopedia of the Renaissance was awarded

the Dartmouth Medal in 2000

Goes, Hugo van der, in Encyclopedia of the Renaissance, Grendler, P. F. ed., III, New York,

Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1999, p.75. The Encyclopedia of the Renaissance was awarded the

Dartmouth Medal in 2000

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(Encyclopedia entries, continued)

Grünewald, Matthias, in Encyclopedia of the Renaissance, Grendler, P. F. ed., III, New York,

Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1999, pp.94-96. The Encyclopedia of the Renaissance was awarded the

Dartmouth Medal in 2000

Memling, Hans, in Encyclopedia of the Renaissance, Grendler, P. F. ed., IV, New York,

Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1999, pp.111-113. The Encyclopedia of the Renaissance was awarded

the Dartmouth Medal in 2000

Mostaert, Jan, in Encyclopedia of the Renaissance, Grendler, P. F. ed., IV, New York,

Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1999, pp.193-194. The Encyclopedia of the Renaissance was awarded

the Dartmouth Medal in 2000

Weyden, Rogier van der, in Encyclopedia of the Renaissance, Grendler, P. F. ed., VI, New York,

Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1999, pp.305-307. The Encyclopedia of the Renaissance was awarded

the Dartmouth Medal in 2000

Exhibition reviews and profiles

Rachel Harrison, in Sculpture, 39, 4, July-August 2020, pp.90-91

https://sculpturemagazine.art/rachel-harrison-2/ (published online on August 6, 2020)

Alberto Burri: The Trauma of Painting, in CAA.Reviews, September 15, 2017

http://www.caareviews.org/reviews/2948#.WbwQZxNSw_U (accessed December 4, 2020)

Picasso, Sculpture, in CAA.Reviews, November 23, 2016

http://www.caareviews.org/reviews/2811#.WDZD65KZLGJ (accessed December 4, 2020)

Cubism, The Leonard A. Lauder Collection, in CAA.Reviews, February 11, 2016

http://www.caareviews.org/reviews/2611 (accessed December 4, 2020)

Lee Bul, in Sculpture, 34, 3, April 2015, pp.75-76

https://sculpturemagazine.art/lee-bul/ (excerpt; accessed December 4, 2020)

Reinhard Mucha, in Sculpture, 33, 9, November 2014, pp.74-75

https://sculpturemagazine.art/reinhard-mucha/ (excerpt; accessed December 4, 2020)

Richard Serra, in Sculpture, 33, 3, April 2014, pp.77-78

https://sculpturemagazine.art/richard-serra/ (excerpt; accessed December 4, 2020)

Gregg Louis, in Sculpture, 33, 1, January / February 2014, pp.71-72

https://sculpturemagazine.art/gregg-louis/ (excerpt; accessed December 4, 2020)

Ann Hamilton, in Sculpture, 32, 9, November 2013, pp.75-76

https://sculpturemagazine.art/ann-hamilton-2/ (excerpt; accessed December 4, 2020)

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Bernini: Sculpting in Clay, in CAA.Reviews, April 17, 2013

http://www.caareviews.org/reviews/1932 (accessed April 26, 2013);

and http://scalar.usc.edu/hc/caa.reviews-bernini/index (accessed August 19, 2014)

Donald Moffett, in Sculpture, 32, 3, April 2013, pp.65-66

https://sculpturemagazine.art/donald-moffett/ (excerpt; accessed December 4, 2020)

Pier Paolo Calzolari, in Sculpture, 32, 2, March 2013, pp.72-73

https://sculpturemagazine.art/pier-paolo-calzolari/ (excerpt; accessed December 4, 2020)

Frieze Art Fair Sculpture Park, in Sculpture, 31, 9, November 2012, pp.73-74

https://sculpturemagazine.art/frieze-art-fair-sculpture-park/

(excerpt; accessed December 4, 2020)

Vanessa German, in Sculpture, 31, 6, July-August 2012, p.75

https://sculpturemagazine.art/vanessa-german/ (excerpt; accessed December 4, 2020)

Urs Fischer, in Sculpture, 29, 10, December 2010, pp.70-71

Rebecca Warren, in Sculpture, 29, 6, July-August 2010, pp.75-76

Evan Penny, in Sculpture, 29, 3, April 2010, pp.73-74

Johan Creten, in Sculpture, 28, 7, September 2009, pp.77-78

Berlinde de Bruyckere, in Sculpture, 28, 4, May 2009, pp.74-75

Vik Muniz, in Sculpture, 28, 2, March 2009, pp.72-73

Ophrah Shemesh, and Silvio Wolf, in Art in America, 10, November 2008, pp.190 and 192-193

Tim Hawkinson, in Sculpture, 27, 8, October 2008, pp.72-73

Shirley Kaneda, and John Stephan, in Art in America, 5, May 2008, pp.188 and 198-199

Katrín Sigurdardóttir, in Sculpture, 27, 2, March 2008, pp.76-77

Sol Lewitt, and Thomas Lyon Mills, in Art in America, 2, February 2008, pp.138 and 148-149

Folkert de Jong, in tema celeste, 125, January/February 2008, pp.72-73

Tom Sandberg, Enrico Baj, and Wei Dong in Art in America, 1, January 2008, pp.124

and 130-131

Aga Ousseinov, in Sculpture, 27, 1, January/February 2008, pp.74-75

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Stephen Wilkes, Bradley McCallum & Jacqueline Tarry, and Zilvinas Kempinas,

in Art in America, 11, December 2007, pp.154-155 and 162-163

Rudolf Stingel, in tema celeste, 124, November/December 2007, pp.82-83

Ian Davis, in Art in America, 9, October 2007, p.214

Spencer Finch, in tema celeste, 123, September/October 2007, pp.78-79

Ray Parker, and Nassos Daphnis and Ernest Briggs, in Art in America, 8, September 2007,

pp.159-160 and 163-164

Nicola Verlato, in Art in America, 6, June/July 2007, p.208

Justin Lowe, in Sculpture, 26, 5, June 2007, p.73

Tony Matelli, in tema celeste, 121, May/June 2007, pp.74-75

Sigmar Polke, and Andrew Moore, in Art in America, 5, May 2007, pp.194-195 and 199

Ron Mueck, Glen Rubsamen, George Maciunas, Taiji Taomote, and Zeng Hao, in Art in America,

4, April 2007, pp.132-133, 135, 137-138 and 143

Nigel Cooke, in tema celeste, 120, March / April 2007, pp.74-75

Leo Valledor and Mario Yrisarry, in Art in America, 3, March 2007, p.178

Michele Zalopany, and Sarah Plimpton, in Art in America, 2, February 2007, pp.149-150, and

153

Axel Kasseböhmer in tema celeste, 119, January / February 2007, pp.76-77

Bonnie Collura, in Sculpture, 26, 1, January / February 2007, pp.72-73

John Salvest, Isabelle Champion Métadier, Mary Henderson, and Adam McEwen,

in Art in America, 1, January 2007, pp.140, 143, 145 and 147

Ursula von Rydingsvard, in Art in America, 11, December 2006, p.148

Loretta Lux, in tema celeste, 118, November / December 2006, p.79

Amer Kobaslija, Mauricio Alejo, and Shi Jinsong, in Art in America, 10, November 2006,

pp.210-213

Sue-en Wong, and Jeff Chien-Hsing Liao, in Art in America, 9, October 2006, pp.196-198

Jon Kessler, in Sculpture, 25, 8, October 2006, pp.74-75

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Yvonne Thomas, in Art in America, 8, September 2006, p.169

Frank Stella, in Art in America, 6, June-July 2006, p.199

Salla Tykkä, in tema celeste, 115, May-June 2006, p.78

Young Sun Lim, Jim Klein, and Gwen Hardie, in Art in America, 4, April 2006, pp.152-153, 160

and 163

Mike Kelley, in tema celeste, 114, March-April 2006, p.76

Emily Cheng and Ran Hwang, in Art in America, 3, March 2006, p.158

Sarah Sze, in Sculpture, 25, 1, January-February 2006, pp.72-73

Carmen Herrera, and David Ratcliff, in Art in America, 1, January 2006, pp.120-121, and 123

Jim Drain, and Charles Hinman, in Art in America, 11, December 2005, pp.143 and 146

Sidney Geist, in Sculpture, 24, 10, December 2005, pp.73-74

David Ellis, in tema celeste, 112, November-December 2005, p.76

Walton Ford, T.J. Wilcox, David Michalek, and Yigal Ozeri, in Art in America, 9, October 2005,

pp.168, 180-181 and 183

Teresita Fernández, in tema celeste, 111, September-October 2005, p.76-77

Leonardo Drew, and Cecily Brown, in Art in America, 8, September 2005, pp.152 and 155

“3 x Abstraction: New Methods of Drawing - Hilma af Klint, Emma Kunz, Agnes Martin” at The

Drawing Center, in Art on Paper, July-August 2005, 9, 6, p.64

Malick Sidibé and Emile Guebehi, in Art in America, 6, June-July 2005, pp.186-187

Nicola Verlato, in tema celeste, 109, May-June 2005, p.78

Nari Ward, and Ugo Rondinone, in Sculpture, 24, 4, May 2005, pp.65-66 and 71-72

Jorge Galindo, in Art in America, 5, May 2005, pp.173-174

Steven Brower, in Sculpture, 24, 3, April 2005, pp.72-73

Rainer Gross, in Art in America, 4, April 2005, pp.155-156

Peter Greaves, and Jene Highstein, in Art in America, 3, March 2005, pp.137-139

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Edith Isaac-Rose, in Art in America, 2, February 2005, p.132

Delia Brown, in tema celeste, 107, January-February 2005, pp.78-79

Phoebe Washburn, Paul Fenniak, Jamie Isenstein, Thomas Kiær, and Anil Revri, in Art in

America, 1, January 2005, pp.117, 119-120, 126 and 132

Jeff Koons, in Sculpture, 23, 10, December 2004, pp.70-71

Martin Borowski, in Art in America, 11, December 2004, p.130

Kerry James Marshall, in tema celeste, 106, November-December 2004, pp.85-86

Tom Uttech, and Alfred DeCredico, in Art in America, 10, November 2004, pp.174-175

and 181-182

Lynda Benglis, in Sculpture, 23, 8, October 2004, pp.67-68

Mia Enell, Sabine Friesicke, and Tim Prentice, in Art in America, 9, October 2004, pp.158-160

Andreas Gursky, in tema celeste, 105, September-October 2004, p.88

Mary Neumuth Mito, and McKendree Robbins Long, in Art in America, 8, September 2004,

pp.126-127 and 129-130

Frank Magnotta, in tema celeste, 104, July-August 2004, p.75

Richard Nonas, in Sculpture, 23, 6, July-August 2004, pp.74-75

Julian Stanczak, in Art in America, 6, June-July 2004, p.177

Joel Sternfeld, Fletcher Benton, Jerome Powers, and Carol K. Brown, in Art in America, 5, May

2004, pp.157, 163-164 and 166

Richard Kalina, in Art in America, 4, April 2004, p.129

Julie Roberts, in tema celeste, 102, March-April 2004, pp.99-100

Perla Krauze, in Art in America, 3, March 2004, pp.129-130

Gallery-Going: Pieter Schoolwerth, Bob Knox and Ross Bleckner, in The New York Sun,

Thursday, December 18, 2003, p.19

Gallery-Going: Franz Kline, Jeff Koons and Wim Wenders, in The New York Sun, Thursday,

December 4, 2003, p.16

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José Antonio Hernández-Diez; and Arno Rafael Minkkinen, in Art in America, 12, December

2003, pp.101 and 106

Donald Lipski, in tema celeste, 100, November-December 2003, p.103

Jean Blackburn, in Sculpture, 22, 9, November 2003, pp.74-75

Gallery-Going: Paul Kos, and Marilyn Minter, in The New York Sun, Thursday, October 9,

2003, p.17

Joel Shapiro, Judith Murray, Tony Berlant, Jill Levine, and Robert Wogan, in Art in America, 10,

October 2003, pp.124 and 134-137

Do-Ho Suh, and “Not to Scale”, in tema celeste, 99, September-October 2003, pp.87 and 89

Jenny Saville, in tema celeste, 98, July-August 2003, p.79

Valerie Jaudon, and Doug Hall, in Art in America, 7, July 2003, pp.91 and 94

Ken Butler, in Sculpture, 22, 5, June 2003, pp.67-68

Dennis Hollingsworth; and Chris Cunningham, in Art in America, 5, May 2003, pp.139 and 150

Christian Garnett; and Karin Davie, in Art in America, 4, April 2003, pp.131 and 143

William Fields, in Art in America, 2, February 2003, p.118

Spanish Art Hideaway: A hidden gem in Manhattan reveals a bounty of riches from Spain, in Art

& Antiques, February 2003, pp.70-71

Jonathan Seliger, in Sculpture, 22, 1, January-February 2003, pp.77-78

Jeff Wall, in tema celeste, 94, November-December 2002, pp.76-77

Charlotta Westergren; and Graham Parks, in Art in America, 10, October 2002, pp.160 and 167

Gianni Piacentino, in tema celeste, 93, September - October 2002, p.93

Pat Steir, in Art in America, 9, September 2002, pp.126-127

Peter Schuyff; and Daniel Senise, in Art in America, 7, July 2002, pp.94 and 98-99

Ugo Rondinone, in tema celeste, 91, May - June 2002, p.88

Robert Fischer, in Sculpture, 21, 4, May 2002, pp.70-71

Xavier Veilhan, in tema celeste, 90, March - April 2002, p.82

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John Duff, in Sculpture, 21, 2, March 2002, p.61

Flavio Garciandia, in Art in America, 3, March 2002, p.133

Tim Litzmann, in Art in America, 2, February 2002, p.121

Elisabeth Peyton; and Wayne Gonzales, in tema celeste, 89, January - February 2002,

pp.75 and 81

Jonathan Ehrenberg, in Art in America, 1, January 2002, p.114

William Baziotes, in Art News, 101, 1, January 2002, p.122

Fran Siegel, in Art in America, 12, December 2001, p.114

Ron Mueck, in Sculpture, 20, 10, December 2001, pp.72-73

Hilary Harkness, in Art in America, 89, 11, November 2001, p.151

Susana Jaime-Mena, in Sculpture, 20, 9, November 2001, pp.66-67

Clarence Morgan, in Art in America, 89, 10, October 2001, pp.167-168

Katy Schimert in Sculpture, 20, 7, September 2001, pp.76-77

Jean Poyet, in Apollo, CLIV, 474, August 2001, pp.54-55

Wim Delvoye, in Sculpture, 20, 6, July / August 2001, p.75

Tadaaki Kuwayama, and Peter Brandes in Art in America, 89, 7, July 2001, pp.96 and 98

Rachel Berwick, in Sculpture, 20, 4, May 2001, pp.64-65

Wim Delvoye, in Art in America, 89, 5, May 2001, pp.185 and 191

Otto Zitko, in Art in America, 88, 9, September 2000, p.142

Manabu Yamanaka, in Art in America, 88, 5, May 2000, p.165

Martin Mull, in Art in America, 88, 3, March 2000, pp.131-132

Stig Brogger; and Robert Selwyn, in Art in America, 88, 1, January 2000, pp.121-122

and 118-119

Tim White, in Art in America, 87, 12, December 1999, p.114

Claude Simard, in Art in America, 87, 10, October 1999, p.166

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Masaaki and Masami Sato; and Don Van Vliet, in Art in America, 87, 7, July 1999,

pp.93-94 and 100-101. The Sato review is reprinted in Masahiko Moriya,

Research of Masaaki SATO, Tsukuba, University of Tsukuba, 2015, p.51

Leslie Wayne, in Art in America, 87, 5, May 1999, pp.158-159

David Beck, in Art in America, 87, 4, April 1999, p. 148

Erik A. Frandsen, in Art in America, 87, 3, March 1999, pp.119-120

Jenifer Kobylarz, in Art in America, 87, 2, February 1999, pp.113-114

Fernando Canovas; and Catherine Wagner, in Art in America, 87, 1, January 1999, pp.96 and 99

From Van Eyck to Bruegel: Early Netherlandish Painting, The Metropolitan Museum of Art,

in Review, 4, 7, December 15, 1998, pp.29-31

Mark Sheinkman, in Art in America, 86, 12, December 1998, p.100

Alexander Rodtschenko. Modernité et propagande, in Art & Culture (Brussels), 13, 3,

November 1998, pp.21-22

James Siena; Lars Chellberg; and Bob Knox, in Art in America, 86, 11, November 1998, pp.130,

134 and 136

L’étrange Lorenzo Lotto, in Art & Culture (Brussels), 13, 2, October 1998, pp.44-45

Rétrospective Bill Viola, in Art & Culture (Brussels), 13, 1, September 1998, pp.46-47

Richard Tuttle; Peter Sarkisian; and Louis Monza, in Art in America, 86, 9, September 1998,

pp.121-122, 123 and 131

Robert Rauschenberg. La rétrospective, in Art & Culture (Brussels), 12, 10, June 1998, pp.46-47

Rauschenberg’s nomadische passages, in Kunst & Cultuur (Brussels), 31, 6, June 1998, pp.46-47

Xavier Veilhan; François Morellet; and Frank Bowling, in Art in America, 86, 5, May 1998,

pp.122, 122-123 and 126-127

Komar & Melamid; Doug Argue; and Ruth Marten, in Art in America, 86, 4, April 1998,

pp.118, 123 and 123-124

Christian Marclay, in Art in America, 86, 3, March 1998, pp.100-101

Kunst zonder stamper, in Kunst & Cultuur (Brussels), 31, 2, February 1998, pp.34-35

Tasha Ostrander, in Art in America, 86, 2, February 1998, pp.110-111

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Florence Pierce, in Art in America, 86, 1, January 1998, p.105

La nature morte au XXe siècle. Objects of Desire: The Modern Still-Life,

in Art & Culture (Brussels), 12, 4, December 1997, pp.30-31

Robin Lowe, in Art in America, 85, 9, September 1997, pp.107-108

Translation

Translation from Dutch to English: Cesar Domela Nieuwenhuis, Photomontage,

in Photography in the Modern Era,European Documents and Critical Writings, 1913-1940,

edited and with an introduction by Christopher Phillips, New York, The Metropolitan Museum

of Art / Aperture, 1989, pp.305-308

Book reviews

Andreas Schumacher, Annette Kranz, and Annette Hojer, eds., Florentiner Malerei:

Alte Pinakothek: Die Gemälde des 14. bis 16. Jahrhunderts, in Renaissance Quarterly, 72, 2, summer 2019, pp.602-604 https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/renaissance-

quarterly/article/florentiner-malerei-alte-pinakothek-die-gemalde-des-14-bis-16-jahrhunderts-

andreas-schumacher-annette-kranz-and-annette-hojer-eds-collection-cat-berlin-deutscher-

kunstverlag-2017-744-pp-78/A9D32AB5AC7326AC7381A94A05D53D14

(accessed January 21, 2020)

Paula Nuttall, From Flanders to Florence, The Impact of Netherlandish Painting, 1400-1500, New

Haven and London, Yale University Press, 2004, for CAA.Reviews, March 8, 2006

http://www.caareviews.org/reviews/818 (accessed December 4, 2020)

H. W. Janson, History of Art: The Western Tradition, 7th edition, revised by Ann Roberts et al.,

Upper Saddle River, N.J., Prentice Hall, 2006. A critical assessment of the last three chapters

(28-30, revised by Joseph Jacobs), on behalf of Prentice Hall (June 2005)

Marilyn Stokstad, Art History, revised 2nd edition, II, Upper Saddle River, N.J., Prentice Hall,

2005. A critical assessment on behalf of Prentice Hall (April 2005)

Rona Goffen, Renaissance Rivals: Michelangelo, Leonardo, Raphael, Titian,

New Haven and London, Yale University Press, 2002, in CAA.Reviews, August 27, 2003

http://www.caareviews.org/reviews/567 (accessed December 4, 2020)

Jill Dunkerton, Susan Foister, and Nicholas Penny, Dürer to Veronese: Sixteenth-Century

Painting in The National Gallery, New Haven and London, Yale University Press, 1999, in

CAA.Reviews, March 23, 2001, http://www.caareviews.org/reviews/136

(accessed December 4, 2020)

Laurie Schneider Adams, A History of Western Art, New York, 1997 (second edition).

A critical assessment on behalf of McGraw-Hill (January 1999)

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CD-ROM review

Art History Interactive: 1,000 Images for Study and Presentation, Upper Saddle River, NJ,

Prentice-Hall, Inc., 2004. A critical assessment on behalf of Prentice-Hall (March 2004)

Interviews

Cultivating Dualities: A Conversation with Li Hongwei, in Sculpture, May 22, 2019

https://sculpturemagazine.art/cultivating-dualities-a-conversation-with-li-hongwei/

(accessed December 4, 2020)

Forms of Proliferation: A Conversation with Sofi Żezmer, in Sculpture, 37, 5, June 2018,

pp.51-57 https://sculpturemagazine.art/forms-of-proliferation-a-conversation-with-sofi-zezmer/

(accessed December 4, 2020)

Double-Takes: A Conversation with Alisa Baremboym,

in Sculpture, 37, 1, January/February 2018, pp.42-49

https://sculpturemagazine.art/double-takes-a-conversation-with-alisa-baremboym/

(accessed December 4, 2020)

Gravity's Pull: A Conversation with Mathilde Roussel,

in Sculpture, 36, 6, July-August 2017, pp.23-29 (cover story)

https://sculpturemagazine.art/gravitys-pull-a-conversation-with-mathilde-roussel/

(accessed December 4, 2020)

The Dance of Beauty and Failure: A Conversation with Michelle Segre,

in Sculpture, 36, 5, June 2017, pp.22-29 (cover story)

https://sculpturemagazine.art/the-dance-of-beauty-and-failure/ (accessed December 4, 2020)

Concentrated Form: A Conversation with Johan Creten, in Sculpture, September 2013, 32, 7, pp.30-37

https://sculpturemagazine.art/concentrated-a-conversation-with-johan-creten/

(accessed December 4, 2020)

Myths of Fantastical Life: A Conversation with Meeson Pae Yang, in Sculpture, June 2013, 32, 5, pp.24-31 (cover story)

https://sculpturemagazine.art/myths-of-fantastical-life-a-conversation-with-meeson-pae-yang/

(accessed December 4, 2020)

Finding Her Own Language, in Golnaz Fathi, New York, Sundaram Tagore Gallery, 2013,

pp.41-44 (exhibition catalogue, Sundaram Tagore Gallery, New York, NY,

April 11 – May 11, 2013)

Ghosts of Things: A Conversation with Diana Al-Hadid,

in Sculpture, April 2013, 32, 3, pp.20-27 (cover story)

https://sculpturemagazine.art/ghosts-of-things-a-conversation-with-diana-al-hadid/

(accessed December 4, 2020)

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Edward Burtynsky, Hong Kong, Sundaram Tagore Gallery, 2012

(exhibition catalogue, November 1 – December 15, 2012)

http://issuu.com/sundaramtagoregallery/docs/hongkongburtynsky?mode=window&viewMode=d

oublePage (accessed December 20, 2020). This interview was reprinted in Edward Burtynsky, Water, New York, Sundaram Tagore Gallery, 2014

http://www.sundaramtagore.com/publications/edward-burtynsky_2/ (accessed May 12, 2015).

Kim Joon, New York, Sundaram Tagore Gallery, 2012

(exhibition catalogue, September 6 – October 6, 2012)

A Living Thing Shouldn't Be There: A Conversation with Andre Woodward,

in Sculpture, 31, 4, May 2012, pp. 26-33 (cover story)

https://sculpturemagazine.art/andre-woodward-a-living-thing-shouldnt-be-there/

(accessed December 4, 2020)

Crystal Clear Dreams: A Conversation with Eunsuh Choi, in Sculpture, 30, 10, December 2011,

pp.39-41 https://sculpturemagazine.art/eunsuh-choi-crystal-clear-dreams/ (accessed December 4,

2020)

Art as a Disappearing Act: A Conversation with Dustin Yellin, in Sculpture, 29, 5, June 2010,

pp.40-47 https://sculpturemagazine.art/art-as-a-disappearing-act-a-conversation-with-dustin-

yellin/ (accessed December 4, 2020)

Nothing Outlives Mortality: A Conversation with Kristen Morgin, in Sculpture, 29, 3, April 2010,

pp.46-51 https://sculpturemagazine.art/nothing-outlives-mortality-a-conversation-with-kristen-

morgin/ (accessed December 4, 2020)

Seizing the Chaos of Life: A Conversation with Peter Buggenhout, in Sculpture, 28, 5, June 2009,

pp.25-29 (cover story). https://sculpturemagazine.art/seizing-the-chaos-of-life-a-conversation-

with-peter-buggenhout/ (accessed December 4, 2020). This interview was reprinted in Dutch by

the Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens in Deurle, Belgium: De chaos van het leven vatten: een gesprek

met Peter Buggenhout, in Museum Doordacht 8, 2009, pp. 47 – 50. It was also reprinted in

English: Peter Buggenhout, “It’s a strange, strange world, Sally”, in “It’s a strange, strange world,

Sally”, Recent sculptures and installations by Peter Buggenhout, Tielt, Lannoo, 2010, pp.iii-viii.

Confronting the Grotesque: A Conversation with Folkert de Jong,

in Sculpture, 27, 5, June 2008, pp.24-33 (cover story) https://sculpturemagazine.art/confronting-

the-grotesque-a-conversation-with-folkert-de-jong/ (accessed December 4, 2020)

Sculpture as Living Organism: A Conversation with David Altmejd,

in Sculpture, 26, 10, December 2007, pp.23-29 (cover story)

https://sculpturemagazine.art/sculpture-as-living-organism-a-conversation-with-david-altmejd/

(accessed December 4, 2020)

Universal Resonances: A Conversation with Berlinde de Bruyckere,

in Sculpture, 26, 2, March 2007, pp.35-39 https://sculpturemagazine.art/universal-resonances-a-

conversation-with-berlinde-de-bruyckere/ (accessed December 4, 2020)

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Julian Schnabel, in tema celeste, 104, July-August 2004, pp.46-51

Measuring the Clouds: A Conversation with Jan Fabre, in Sculpture, 23, 2, March 2004,

pp.40-45 https://www.sculpture.org/documents/scmag04/march04/fabre/fabre.shtml

(accessed May 2, 2018). Reprinted in Conversations on Sculpture, Glenn Harper and Twylene

Moyer eds., Seattle, University of Washington Press, 2007, pp.180-185

https://www.amazon.com/Conversations-Sculpture-Perspectives-Contemporary/dp/0295987413

(accessed December 4, 2020)

Painting, Working, Talking: Michaël Amy Interviews James Rosenquist, in Art in America, 2,

February 2004, pp.104-109 and 143 (cover story)

Met de kracht van de afficheschilder, in De Financieel-Economische Tijd, Zaterdag Tijd, October

11, 2003, p.8 (interview with James Rosenquist)

Wim Delvoye: Banality and Bare Essentials, in Sculpture, 21, 7, September 2002,

pp.32-33 https://www.sculpture.org/documents/scmag02/sept02.shtml (accessed May 9, 2018)

Max Roach, 1984, broadcast by the cultural program of the Flemish Radio, BRT III

Warne Marsh, 1983, broadcast by the cultural program of the Flemish Radio, BRT III

Forthcoming interviews:

Guillaume Bijl, and Jon Kessler, for Sculpture

Statement

Critical Thinking in Art, in Critical Thinking to Making, 2018 Fram Signature Event,

RIT College of Art and Design, Rochester, NY, Fossil Press, 2018, s.p.

https://issuu.com/frankcost/docs/critical_thinking_to_making (accessed December 4, 2020)

Forthcoming statement:

Felix Gonzalez-Torres: Untitled (L.A.)

Exhibition curator

Quirky, November 9 – December 19, 2007, Westport Arts Center, Westport, Connecticut

(featuring Dennis Hollingsworth, Shirley Kaneda, Jonathan Lasker, John Newman,

Paul Henry Ramirez, Heide Trepanier, and Sofi Żezmer)

Paul Dacey, Karen Fitzgerald, John Greer, and Jim Long: TONDI, February 3-25, 2006, Wooster Arts Space, New York City

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Papers

Respondent to Jorge Wiesse Rebagliati’s paper “Dante Politico: Three Testimonies in Modern

Peruvian Plastic Arts”, scheduled for the conference “Dante Politico at the Crossroad of Arts

and Sciences”, organized by Silvia Benso and Donatella Stocchi-Perucchio, March 20-21, 2020,

University of Rochester (conference postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic)

Being There, for session 5 on Museums in the Digital Era, organized by Joowon Lee,

chaired by Michaël Amy, at the 2013 Yeongwol International Museum Forum,

Donggang Cistar, Yeongwol, South Korea, October 21, 2013

From Mural to Panel, and Beyond: Cimabue's Altarpiece of the Crucifixion at Assisi, for the session on Transformations Across Media, organized by Giancarlo Fiorenza,

chaired by Timothy D. McCall, at The Renaissance Society of America, Annual Meeting,

Washington, DC, Saturday March 24, 2012

Andrea Sansovino and Giovanni Francesco Rustici at the Baptistery of Florence, read at the

Provo / Athens Renaissance Sculpture Conference, Georgia Museum of Art / University of

Georgia, Athens, GA, November 2004, and the Renaissance Society of America, Annual

Conference, New York City, April 2004

Duke Cosimo de’ Medici and the Baptistery of Florence, read at The Central Renaissance Conference, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, September 2003, and the 38th International

Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan, May 2003

Michelangelo’s Drawings for Apostle Statues for the Cathedral of Florence,

read at The Central Renaissance Conference, Emporia State University, Emporia, KS,

September 2001, and the Provo / Athens Renaissance Sculpture Conference,

Georgia Museum of Art / University of Georgia, Athens, GA, November 2000

Michelangelo’s Commission for Apostle Statues for the Cathedral of Florence:

The Medicean Connection, read at the Twelfth New College Conference on Medieval- Renaissance Studies, New College of the University of South Florida, March 2000,

and the Renaissance Society of America, Annual Meeting, at The J. Paul Getty Museum,

Los Angeles, CA, March 1999

Imagining Michelangelo’s “St. Matthew” in its Setting, read at the International Symposium: Santa Maria del Fiore, The Cathedral and its Sculpture, at Villa I Tatti, The Harvard University

Center for Italian Renaissance Studies, Florence, Italy, June 1997

“According to Johns”. De problematiek van het werk van Jasper Johns: 1953-1983,

Koninklijke Musea voor Schone Kunsten van België, Brussels, Belgium, January 1987

Guest lectures

The Artistic Patronage of Isabella d'Este, for Viva l’Italia 2019, Rochester Institute of

Technology, Allen Chapel of the Interfaith Center, Rochester, New York, April 11th, 2019

Paintings About Power, Gettysburg College, Department of Art and Art History,

Gettysburg, PA, April 2, 2018, noon-1:00 pm

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The Introduction of Modern Design into 20th and 21st Century European and American Art,

April 26th, 2017, Dipartimento di Architettura, Palazzo Tassoni Estense, Salone d’Onore,

Università degli Studi di Ferrara, Ferrara, Italy

Alberto Burri: Reinventing Painting, for Viva l’Italia!- Celebrating Italy @ RIT, Rochester Institute of Technology, Allen Chapel of the Interfaith Center, Rochester,

New York, April 5th, 2017

Paintings Within Italian Baroque Paintings, for Viva l’Italia!- Celebrating Italy @ RIT,

Rochester Institute of Technology, Allen Chapel of the Interfaith Center, Rochester,

New York, April 7th, 2016

Cubism: Making History, Rochester Institute of Technology, Golisano Auditorium,

Rochester, New York, March 15th, 2016

Jeff Koons, Sculpture: 1979-1992, Harley School, Brighton, NY, May 16, 2016; and Rochester

Institute of Technology, Carlson Auditorium, Rochester, New York, November 12th, 2015

Michael Borremans: Hard Times, Rochester Institute of Technology, Vignelli Center, Rochester,

New York, April 16th, 2015: and Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas, March 16th, 2015

Opening It Up: Picasso’s Sheet-Metal Guitar, Rochester Museum

& Science Center Preschool, November 17th, 2011

Thoughts on Francis, and on the History of Art, for Viva l’Italia! Celebrating Italian Culture, Rochester Institute of Technology, April 2011

Henri Matisse: Being Naughty, Rochester Museum

& Science Center Preschool, January 28th, 2011

Making Sense of Chaos, (On the state of contemporary figurative painting),

Visual Arts Department, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine, November 12, 2009

Quirky: Contemporary Abstract Painting and Sculpture, Westport Arts Center, Westport,

Connecticut, November 29, 2007

Art Criticism Today, Graduate Forum, Rochester Institute of Technology,

College of Imaging Arts & Sciences, NY, October 15, 2008, and October 17, 2007

The Art of War: Jon Kessler and Adam McEwen, Graduate Forum,

Rochester Institute of Technology, College of Imaging Arts & Sciences, NY, November 1, 2006

Michelangelo’s Drawings for Apostle Statues for the Cathedral of Florence,

Rochester Institute of Technology, College of Imaging Arts & Sciences, NY, October 2006

Art and Politics in Florence and Siena: 1260-1560, at Imaging in Tuscany, organized by the

University of California, San Diego, School of Medicine, at Radda, Chianti, Italy, October 2003

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On the Primacy of the Object, Rochester Institute of Technology,

College of Imaging Arts & Sciences, NY, January 2003

Jasper Johns: “Things the Mind Already Knows”, University of Northern Iowa,

Department of Art, April 2000; and Western Illinois University, Department of Art,

May 1999

Caravaggio: The Contarelli Chapel, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Department of Visual

Arts, April 2000; and Colgate University, Department of Art and Art History, April 2000

A Courtly Art: Brass Sculpture from Benin, Rochester Institute of Technology,

College of Imaging Arts & Sciences, NY, March 2000

Thoughts on Baroque Art and Architecture, Oberlin College,

Department of Hispanic Studies, OH, October 1999

Lorenzo Ghiberti: The North Door of the Baptistery of Florence,

Oberlin College, Department of Art, OH, June 1999

Michelangelo’s Commission for Apostle Statues for the Cathedral of Florence,

Hofstra University, Department of Fine Arts / Art History / Graduate Humanities, NY,

April 1999; and the Associated Colleges of the Midwest, Florence, Italy, November 1994

Renaissance Patronage, at Vassar College Alumni meeting, Florence, Italy,

October 1994

Kubisme - Dadaïsme, Sint-Jozefscollege, Aarschot, May 13th, 1987 (on behalf of the Museum

voor Hedendaagse Kunst, Ghent; on the occasion of “Kunst in het college”)

Jasper Johns’ neutraliteit: 1955-1958, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium, April 1st, 1987

(organized by Vlaamse Kring voor Esthetica, and Trefcentrum Y’)

Panels

Art 21, Excerpts from Seasons 4 and 6: Jenny Holzer, Alfredo Jaar, An-My Lê,

Glenn Ligon, and Nancy Spero, Rochester Institute of Technology, October 15, 2013

(with Nadia Adams, Roberley Bell, Angela Kelly, Jessica Lieberman, and Danielle Smith)

Thoughts on Robert Sagerman’s exhibition of paintings:

On and On: Inquiries into Indeterminacy, Margaret Thatcher Projects,

New York, May 15th, 2009 (with Mary Birminghman and Robert Sagerman)

From Dissertation to Article or Book, Wallace Library,

Rochester Institute of Technology, April 16th, 2009

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Contemporary Abstract Painting: Thoughts on the “tondo”, Wooster Arts Space,

New York City, February 17th, 2006 (with Richard Kalina, Benjamin La Rocco

and Marjorie Welish)

Art, Money and Politics, La Jolla Chamber Music Society: SummerFest La Jolla, CA,

August 2000 (with Hugh Davies, Italo Scanga, Klaus Peter Seif and Ken Smith)

Television and radio appearances

Interview for a segment transmitted by the RAI in the spring of 2016

(one of Italy’s two main national television organizations)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNn1_FjPiuc&app=desktop (accessed August 10, 2020)

The Art World Demystified, Interviews from Yale University Radio WYBCX,

interview conducted by Brainard Carey with Michaël Amy on September 15, 2015,

http://museumofnonvisibleart.com/interviews/michael-amy/ (posted on September 21, 2015)

Michaël Amy, Michaël Borremans: Whistling a Happy Tune, Ramblas, Klara, Vlaamse Radio-

en Televisieomroep (VRT, Brussels), Johan van Cauwenberge producer, July 26th, 2008

http://www.klara.be/cm/klara/1.104-searcharticle?directarticle=1.29163&article=1.29163

(accessed August 8, 2008)

Celebrity Weirdness Explained, Borderline Productions for VH1,

Meri Haitilin producer, January 2005

How the arts are shaped by wartime stress, WXXI (Rochester, NY),

National Public Radio, (Morning Edition and All Things Considered),

Brenda Tremblay producer, January 2002

One hour-live radio broadcast on the occasion of Christo’s “Surrounded Islands” exhibition at the

Museum voor Hedendaagse Kunst, Ghent, April 1987

Interviewee appearing in print or on video

Dylan Baker, Teaching is a Performative Art, in CoviDiary, May 6, 2020

https://covidiary.cad.rit.edu/teaching-is-a-performative-art/ (accessed May 26, 2020)

Catherine Rafferty, Art World Elitism in the Contemporary Age,

in Reporter, May 2020, p.10 (pp.10-11)

David Andreatta, Does Rochester have a Rat Problem?,

in Democrat and Chronicle, August 17, 2018

https://www.democratandchronicle.com/story/news/local/columnists/andreatta/2018/08/17/roches

ter-rat-infestation-problem-andreatta/1011806002/ (accessed August 19, 2018)

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From Brussels to New York: The Journey of an International Art Historian, in VUB Today,

News from VUB, University of Brussels, interview conducted by Marnix van Strydonck

http://vubtoday.be/en and http://vubtoday.com/en/content/brussels-new-york-journey-

international-art-historian (accessed November 20th, 2016)

Julia Marsh, Henry Kravis and Vineyard Owner in Art Feud,

in The New York Post, January 26, 2013; also

http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/manhattan/great_balls_of_ire_VJMw6utrEdoyGpQQ6Vxaf

K (accessed January 26, 2013). This story was picked up by several Websites and blogs.

Ben Yakas, Rich Dudes Fighting Over Jasper Johns Paintings of “Hairy Testicles”,

in Gothamist, January 26, 2013; also

http://gothamist.com/2013/01/26/rich_dudes_fighting_over_jasper_joh.php

(accessed January 26, 2013)

Jamie Stengle, Van Gogh Exhibit Opens in Dallas, The Associated Press,

October 19, 2006 (article picked up by various news outlets,

including The San Francisco Chronicle, October 19, 2006)

Sonja Barisic, Seven-decade mistake? Museum director says portrait is work of Titian,

The Associated Press, May 11, 2006 (article picked up by various news outlets,

including www.usatoday.com, May 13, 2006)

Gloria Goodale, Artist who backed the wrong emperor, in The Christian Science Monitor,

Friday, February 11, 2005, pp.11 and 16 (www.csmonitor.com)

Tara N. Wilfong, Artfully Speaking: Take a look at what’s in, what’s out,

and what has withstood the test of time on the collecting scene, in Steinway & Sons,

150th Anniversary Commemorative Publication, 2003, pp.177-187

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