Lyon, Christopher. "System and Sensibility: Dorothea Rockburne at Dia:Beacon." Hyperallergic, April 20, 2019.


Allan, Rebecca. "The Substance of Art": Dorothea Rockburne in Beacon." Art Critical, January 25, 2019.


Cohn, Gabe. "Benefit Auction for Miss Porter's School to Feature Works by Female Artists." The New York Times. Last Modified December 19, 2018. 


Ryan, A.V. "Dorothea Rockburne." The Brooklyn Rail. Last Modified October 3, 2018


Goodman, Wendy. "A Soho Loft That Still Feels Like a Soho Loft: The artist Dorothea Rockburne hasn't done much to the place since 1974." The Cut. Last Modified September 6, 2018.


Schwedener, Martha. Steinhauer, Jillian. Heinrich, Will. "What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week." New York Times. Last Modified August 24, 2018. 


MacAdam, Barbara. "The Enduring Ephemeral: Dorothea Rockburne at Dia :Beacon." Art News. Last Modified August 24, 2018.


Schuster, Angela M.H. "Dorothea Rockburne: Painting by the Numbers." Robb Report. Last Modified July 20, 2018. 


Tuchman, Phyllis. "Dorothea Rockburne's Ephemeral Art and Enduring Legacy." New York Times. Last Modified May 4, 2018.


Kahn, Mattie. "How Artist Dorothea Rockburne, 85, Navigated the Art World's Boy's Club." Last Modified April 2, 2018.


Gotthardt, Alexxa. "8 Pioneering Women Artists of Black Mountain College." Artsy. Last Modified March 12, 2018.


Wyma, Chloe. "Dorothea Rockburne." Artforum International, November 2018

Tenaglia, Mila. "Dorothea Rockburne Complexity and Light of a Woman." Jugular Magazine, winter issue, 2018.


Cohen, Alina. "10 Master Artists Display Alongside Their Successful Assistants." Last Modified February 26, 2016.


Graumlich, Eliza.  Bowdoin Museum of Art Celebrates Opening with Pie.”  Bowdoin News. Last modified March 16, 2015.


Goldfine, Rebecca.  “Art Museum Show Opens with Pi, and Pie, This Saturday.”  Bowdoin News.  Last modified March 11, 2015.

Ratcliff, Carter. Bowdoin College Museum of Art.  A Gift of Knowing:  The Art of Dorothea Rockburne.  Brunswick, ME: Bowdoin College, 2015.  Exhibition brochure.  Includes essay: “Dorothea Rockburne: Art and the Integrity of Being,”


Beckenstein, Joyce.  "Reviews | New York - Dorothea Rockburne, Museum of Modern Art." Sculpture Magazine, July/August 2014, v. 33, n. 6, pp. 75-76.


Willis, Kedon.  "Folded Sky, Homage to Colin Powell." Jamaica Observer, Lifestyle, July 6, 2014.


Cooper, Ashton.  "Dorothea Rockburne and Democracy: FAPE Installs a Mural in Jamaica." BLOUIN ARTINFO, June 20, 2014.


Foundation for Art and Preservation in Embassies.  Folded Sky, Homage to Colin Powell A Site-Specific Mural by Dorothea Rockburne Commissioned by the Foundation for Art and Preservation in Embassies.  Washington, D.C.:FAPE, May 21, 2014 [Press Release].


Henkin, Lauren & Benari, Richard. Dorothea Rockburne: In Conversation.” Artist Interview, Tilted Arc, April 2014.


Hayes, Charles.  "Dorothea Rockburne." Artist Interview, Ragazine, March 1, 2014.


Rhodes, David. Thought Embodied: Dorothea Rockburne’s Drawing Which Makes Itself.” Artcritical, January 28, 2014. 


“Museums and Libraries / Museum of Modern Art: ‘Dorothea Rockburne.’”  The New Yorker, January 20, 2014, p. 13.


“Dorothea Rockburne: Drawing Which Makes Itself.”  The Week, January 17, 2014, p. 26.


Barañano, Kosme de.  “Rockburne, el minimalismo sentido: El MoMA reivindica la radicalidad de la artista con una gran muestra.”  El Mundo, Arte / Exposición, January  5, 2014, p. 41.


Pozzi, Lucio.  “Opinioni; Che ve ne sembra dell’America? Un’arte sottile da guardare a lungo: Dorothea Rockburne e Ad Reinhart, agli antipodi di Burden, Wool e Kelley.”  Il Giornale Dell’Arte, n. 338, January 2014.


Rosenburg, Karen. "Mathematical Ratios, Papered, Folded and Cut  Dorothea Rockburne’s Drawings at the Museum of Modern Art" The New York Times, December 12, 2013


Farina, Matthew“Dorothea Rockburne: Drawing Which Makes Itself.”  The Brooklyn Rail, Artseen, November 5, 2013.


Russeth, Andrew“‘Dorothea Rockburne: Drawing Which Makes Itself’ at the Museum of Modern Art.” The New York Observer, Gallerist, October 22, 2013. 


Zinn, Tamar“A personal take on Rockburne.” Tamar Zinn, October 20, 2013. 


Kieniewicz, Johanna.  “Dorothea Rockburne” Adventures in Lineland.” PLOS Blogs: At the Interface: Where Art and Science Meet, September 26, 2013. 

Rockburne, Dorothea“Points of Change; A Painter’s Journey.”  The Brooklyn Rail, Critics Page, p. 31, Sepbember 2013 issue. 


Goodman, Matthew Shen“The Conspicuousness of the Unusable.” Artslant, August 20, 2013. 


Griffin, Nora“The Sovereignty of Strangeness: Conspicuous Unusable at Miguel Abreu.” Artcritical, August 13, 2013.  


Micchelli, Thomas“Conspicuously Absent: When Art Goes Undercover.” Hyperallergic, August 10, 2013. 

Smith, Roberta“Art in Review: Conspicuous Unusable.”  The New York Times, August 9, 2013, p. C24. 

Russeth, Andrew.  “‘Conspicuous Unusable’ at Miguel Abreu Gallery.”  The New York Observer, Gallerist, July 30, 2013.  


Halle, Howard“Ten Summer Group Exhibitions You Should See (Slide Show).”  Time Out New York, July 5, 2013. 

Farago, Jason.  “Dorothea Rockburne: Craig F. Starr Gallery.” Frieze, issue 152, January- February 2013.  


Rockburne, Dorothea“Geometry, Astronomy and Angels.”  Persimmontree Magazine, issue 21, Spring 2012.  


Townsend, Christopher, “On Drawing: Christopher Townsend Touches on the Physicality of Drawing.” Art Monthly, v 355, April 2012, p. 5.


Ebony, David, The ADAA Art Show Top 10.  Art in America.


Pohl, John. "Math Morphs Seamlessly Into Art." Montreal Gazette. December 24, 2011, p.F1 (illustrated).


Pascale, Mark, 2011, Contemporary Drawings From the Irving Stenn Jr. Collection, Yale University Press, New Haven and London. (Color images: pp 112-113; Text: p. 157)


Smith, Roberta.  “A Portrait of the Artist as Exuberant Collector.”  The New York Times, December 2, 2011, p. C30.“Marks of Distinction.” Artforum International, November 2011, p. 208.“Moveable Feast.” Artforum International, November 2011, p. 218.“Les Geometries composites de Dorothea Rockburne.”  Vie des Arts, 56, 225, Winter 2011, p.16.


Williams, Tom, “Parrish Art Museum.” Art in America, v. 99, no. 9, October 2011, p. 191.


Beckenstein, Joyce.  “Dorothea Rockburne: In My Mind’s Eye.”  Woman’s Art Journal, v. 32, no.2, Fall-Winter 2011, p. 66. (book review)


Wei, Lilly.  “Parrish Art Museum.” ARTnews, v. 110, no. 8, September 2011, p. 106.

Goldstein, Richard J“Bomb on the Scene: Dorothea Rockburne, Part 2.”  BOMBLOG, September 27, 2011.  

Wei, Lilly “Geometry of Stardust: Dorothea Rockburne at the Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York.” ARTnews


Longwell, Alicia and David Anfam.  “Dorothea Rockburne: In My Mind’s Eye. (Book Review).” Woman’s Art Journal, September 22, 2011.


Goldstein, Richard J“Bomb on the Scene: Dorothea Rockburne, Part 1.” BOMBLOG, September 8, 2011. 

Woodward, Richard B.  “Too Restless for the Rules.”  The Wall Street Journal, August 2, 2011.


Strauss, David Levi and Christopher Bamford. “In Conversation: Dorothea Rockburne with David Levi Strauss and Christopher Bamford.”  The Brooklyn Rail, July – August, 2011.


Rosenberg, Karen, “From Theorems and Numbers, the Geometry of a Diverse Career.”  The New York Times, July 22, 2011, Arts and Entertainment, p. C26 (L).


Walsh, Brienne“A Winning Formula: Dorothea Rockburne at the Parrish.”  Art in America, July 19, 2011. 

Crow, Kelly.  “The Art of Mathematics.” The Wall Street Journal, July 16, 2011. 


Wilson, Michael“Parrish the Thought.”  Artforum, July 15, 2011. 

O’Neill-Butler, Lauren“Dorothea Rockburne (Interview).” Art Journal, July 6, 2011. (Online only resource, provided by Artforum)


Lovatt, Anna.  “Dorothea Rockburne: in my mind’s eye.” Artforum International, v. 49, n. 9, May 1, 2011, PREVIEWS, p. 137.


Schwendener, Martha“Art Review / Long Island: Midcentury Collectivism.”  New York Times, March 11, 2011, (print version: March 13, 2011, p. LI 11)


MacAdam, Barbara A. “American Abstract Artists: OK Harris Works of Art,” ARTnews, October 2011, p. 107.


Bostic, Connie (Transcribed by Jolene Mechanic).  “Dorothea Rockburne Interview.”  Journal of Black Mountain College Studies, v.I (Premier Issue), 2010.


Butler, Cornelia and Catherine de Zegher. On Line: Drawing Through the Twentieth Century. New York, NY: Museum of Modern Art. Reproduction of Neighborhood p. 105.


Esteban Vicente, Concrete Improvisations: Collages and Sculpture, Grey Art Gallery, New York University/Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Esteban Vicente, p. 106-109.           


Resnick, Judith and Dennis Curtis. Representing Justice. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, Installation image of The Virtues of Good Government p. 32


Mac Adam, Alfred.  “New York Studio School.”  ARTnews, V. 109, no. 6, June 2010, p. 107


Waltemath, Joan“Artseen: Dorothea Rockburne: Astronomy Drawings.” The Brooklyn Rail,  April 2010.  


Mass MoCA.  2009. Sol LeWitt: 100 views.  Yale University Press.


Sophie Richard.  2009. Unconcealed: The International Network of Conceptual Artists 1967 - 77; Dealers, Exhibitions and Public Collections. Ridinghouse, London.


King, Martha and Elinor Nauen, Dorothea Rockburne, and Simon Thompson. “A Note from Dorothea Rockburne.” Local Knowledge, Issue 4. Cover image: Regular and Irregular Curves (1991). Reproductions: Curves (1991), Crepuscular Zone (1991), Connection 1991, Summer Solstice (1991).


Gullow, Ursula. “A Clearer Re-View: Alumns, scholars, artists descend on Asheville for Black Mountain College conference.” Mountain Xpress. Vol. 16, Issue 11. October 7, 2009.


Krawitz, Alan. “Mural Honors Powell, Seeks to Enhance U.S. Image.” Queens Chronicle. September 24, 2009.


Steinhauer, Jillian. “At the Queens Museum, Painting Colin Powell in the Stars.”, June 29, 2009. 


Cohen, Patricia. “Employing Art Along With Ambassadors.” The New York Times, The Arts section, Saturday, June 27, 2009, p. C1 and C8.


Shulman, Robin. “ ‘Colin Powell’ Art Reaches for the Sky: N.Y. Artist’s Mural Will Grace Jamaica Embassy.” The Washington Post, Wednesday, June 10, 2009, p. C1 and C9. Three photos by Helayne Seidman. “Foundation for Art and Preservation in Embassies Commissions Dorothea Rockburne to Create Homage To Colin Powell for the U.S. Embassy in Kingston, Jamaica.”  US Newswire. May 13, 2009.


Cunningham, Bill. “May Flowers.” The New York Times, Sunday, May 31, 2009. Color photo (16) of Dorothea Rockburne, Agnes Gund, and Annie Lipscomb at MoMA Party in the Garden.


Rosenberg, Karen. “Of the Academy, by and for Academicians.” The New York Times, Friday, May 15, 2009, p. C30. Color reproduction of Angular Momentum.


Cunningham, Bill. “Evening Hours: Flings of Spring.” The New York Times, Sunday, May 10, 2009. Color photo (20) of Thomas Kempner and Dorothea Rockburne at the National Academy gala.


Rockburne, Dorothea and Christopher Bamford.  “In Conversation: Robert Lawlor with Christopher Bamford and Dorothea Rockburne.”  The Brooklyn Rail, May 2009.


“Dorothea Rockburne at the National Academy.”  Artcritical, Tuesday, April 14, 2009.  


Selz, Peter (editor)Theories and Documents of Contemporary Art, The University of California Press, 2009. Image of Neighborhood (1973) reproduced in text.


Rattemeyer, Christine Lines, Grids, Stains, Words: Minimal Art Drawings from the Collection  of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, exhibition catalog, 2008. Published in conjunction with traveling exhibition to Museum Wiesbaden and Museu de Arte Contemporanea de Serralves, Portugal“Drawing Connections: Baselitz, Kelly, Penone, Rockburne, and the old Masters.” Reference & Research Book News, August 2008.


Scheib, Ronnie.  “Chuck Close.” Variety, v. 409, n. 7, January 7, 2008, p. 36 (review of documentary)


Eshoo, Amy (editor). 560 Broadway: A New York Drawing Collection at Work, 1991-2006. Fifth Floor Foundation and Yale University Press, 2008: p155, 168.


Karlins, N. F. "Drawing Notebook,", December 18, 2007. With image of Conservation Class #9.


Saltz, Jerry. "Art," New York Magazine and, December 17, 2007, p74. A list of the  year's best in Art, #7 Best Rediscoveries: "High Times/ Hard Times."The New Yorker, December 3, 2007: p 106-107. Art listings for "Drawing Connections: Baselitz, Kelly, Penone, Rockburne and the Old  Masters."


Saltz, Jerry. "Where Are All the Women?" New York Magazine and, November 18, 2007.


Landi, Ann. "Drawing Connections: Modernist Masters Look to the Past," Fine Art Connoisseur. November/December 2007: p. 46-49. Image: Conservation Class #9, 1973.


Johnson, Ken.  “Lines, Shapes and Subjects, Lost and Found, That Link the Centuries.”  The New York Times, November 1, 2007, Arts and Entertainment, p. E3 (L).


Lovatt, Anna. "Intersection," October 122, Fall 2007: p 31-52. illustrated.


Bui, Phong“In Conversation: Isabelle Dervaux and Dorothea Rockburne with Phong Bui.” The Brooklyn Rail, October 2007. 


Sholis, Brian. “Drawing Connections: Baselitz, Kelly, Penone, Rockburne, and the Old Masters,” Artforum. October 2007.

Yau, John. “Drawing Connections: Baselitz, Kelly, Penone, Rockburne, and the Old Masters,” The Brooklyn Rail. October 2007: Cover: Prime Partition Three.


Cohen, David. "Masters of a Modern Generation," The New York Sun, October 11, 2007, p 15. With image of The Conjecture.


Saltz, Jerry. "Back From the Brink" New York Magazine and, Sept. 2007. Image on Artnet: Scalar, 1971.


Genocchio, Benjamin. "A Museum Shows How It Played Catch Up," The New York Times, August 31, 2007. Quote: "She is definitely ripe for a retrospective."


Rubenstein, Raphael. "It's Not Made by Great Men." Art in America, September 2007:p61-67. Image: Intersection, 1971: p 65.


Fichner-Rathus, Lois. Foundations of Art and Design. Thomson Wadsworth, 2007: 17, 52, 287. Image: Pascal's Provincial Letters, 1987.


Finch, Charlie. "Old School.", September 2007. Obituary for Andre Emmerich mentions mural installation at gallery.


The New Yorker, September 17, 2007: p 16. Art listings, mentioned in connection with "What is Painting?" at MoMA.


Pogrebin, Robin. "The Philadelphia Museum Expands Into a Landmark," The New York Times, Sept. 6, 2007: p. E2.


Schmerler, Sarah. "What is Painting?: Contemporary Art from the Collection." Time Out New York, August 9-15, 2007. p. 65. Review of "What is Painting?" at MoMA.


How can JPMorgan Private bank help you? 2007: pg 14-15. image of Golden Section Painting: Triangle, Rectangle, Square, 1974. booklet part of a brochure package including two booklets and a folder entitled "An Introduction to JPMorgan Private Bank."


Robinson, Walter. "Weekend Update." July 2007 mention of "What is Painting?" at MoMA.

Charuhas, William (editor), Star Meals, Macy's West Visual Merchandising, Store Planning, Design and Construction: p23. Spring 2007 G.I.F.T. Campaign with recipe contribution.


What is a Line? brochure to accompany the exhibition. Yale University Art Gallery, May 1 – July 22, 2007


Ravenal, John B. "Modern and Contemporary Art at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts." Richmond, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 2007: p. 208. Quote and description with reproduction (White Angel #2, 1981).


"Corpse of Time." May 2007. description of exhibition.<>.


Wagner, James. "Ben La Rocco curates at Janet Kurnatowski." June 3, 2007: <>.


Williams, Christine P. (editor). "High Times, Hard Times: New York Painting 1967-1975," National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts Bulletin, Spring 2007


Gardener, James, "Hooray for Humbug," The New York Sun, May 31, 2007: p25.


Birke, Judy. "Yale 'line' exhibit shows there's a lot between points A and B,", May 13, 2007.


Malloy, Nancy (editor). "The 182nd Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Art." New York: National Academy, 2007. catalogue to accompany the exhibition, May 16 - June 24, 2007: p. 167, biography with reproduction (Copper, Paper Pulp and Dieu Donne #8, 2003).


Saltz, Jerry. "Get Me a Brush, Stat!" New York Magazine, 23 April 2007: p.86-87.MacAdam, Barbara A. "The New Abstraction." ArtNews, April 2007: p.110-115.


Smith, Roberta. "Parting Thoughts From a Master of the Ephemeral." The New York Times:, 21 April 2007: Art Reviews: Sol LeWitt: Drawing Series.


Saltz, Jerry. "Written On The Wall and In the Wind." April 2007.


Robinson, Walter. "Weekend Update by Walter Robinson." 16 March 2007: Magazine: Reviews.


Ayers, Robert. ""High Times, Hard Times" at the National Academy." 7 March2007: Art Info Reviews.

Rockburne, Dorothea and Lynda Benglis. "High Times, Hard Times." Interview. Leonard Lopate Show. WNYC, New York, NY. 27 Feb. 2007.


Smith, Roberta. "Painting in the Heady Days, After It Was Proclaimed Dead." The New York Times, February 16, 2007. page E42.


Plagens, Peter. "Class Reunion." 19 Feb. 2007: Diary.


Rose, Barbara. "A New Iconography for Abstract Art." Art & Antiques, December 2006: p.121.


Bock, Duncan (editor). Individuals: Portraits from the Gap Collection, New York: Melcher Media, 2006: p. 141 (photo of Dorothea Rockburne by Annie Leibovitz 1989).


Siegel, Katy (editor). High Times, Hard Times, New York Painting 1967-1975, New York: ,iCI/D.A.P. (Distributed Art Publishers, Inc.), 2006, catalogue to accompany exhibition, August 6, 2006 - April 22, 2007: pp. 122-125, interview by David Reed with reproduction (Intersection, 1971 and b&w photo Installing Intersection at the Spoleto Festival, Spoleto, Italy, 1972).


Farthing, Stephen (editor). 1001 Paintings You Must See Before You Die, London: Quintet, 2006: p. 890. Entry on "I Am Pascal" written by Steven Stowell, with reproduction.


Richter, Francesca and Matthew Rosenzweig (editors). No. 1 First Works by 362 Artists, New York: D.A.P. (Distributed Art Publishers, Inc.), 2005: p. 319 (reproduction of Tropical Tan diary page (1967-69)).


Green, Denise. “Painterly Thought and the Unconscious” Interview, Metonomy in Contemporary Art: A New Paradigm. University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, MN, 2005: pp.113-118, book with reproductions (Neighborhood, 1973, Black & White 1987, First Day, 1993).


Wengrow, Arnold. “Asheville museum exhibit combines works by former Black Mountain College teacher and his students.” Asheville Citizen-Times, Arts & Living, December 18, 2005: p. E3 (reproduction of Figure Column I (1956-67))


Schwendener, Martha. “Tete a Tete.” Time Out New York, Reviews, July 7-13, 2005, Issue 510.


Cohen, David. “Gallery – Going.” The New York Sun, Arts & Letters, June 30, 2005.


Weiner, Emily. “Two of a kind,” Time Out New York, June 9-15, 2005, Issue 506.


Allen, Greg.  “The X Factor,” The New York Times, Arts and Leisure, May 1, 2005: pp. 1, 42. Sets, Series, and Suites, Contemporary Prints, catalogue to accompany exhibition. 


Ackley, Clifford S. (Curator of Prints and Drawings), Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, January 19 – May 30, 2005, checklist 45, with reproduction.Boca Raton Collects, A Visual Feast of Promised Gifts and Bequests, Selections from the Dani and Jack Sonnenblick Collection and the Isadore Friedman Collection. catalogue to accompany exhibition.  Blazier, Wendy M. (Senior Curator), Boca Raton Museum of Art, January 26-April 17, 2005, p. 12, with reproduction.


Garrels, Gary (editor). "Drawing from the Modern 1945-1975".  Catalogue to accompany exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, March 30, 2006 - August 29, 2005: pp. 179,222.


“Dorothea Rockburne and Klaus Kertess in Conversation with Bill Bartman,” The Brooklyn Rail, December 2004 – January 2005, pp.22-23.


Off the Wall, Works from the JP Morgan Chase Collection, catalogue to accompany exhibition.  Gershon, Stacey (curator) and Hall-Duncan, Nancy (curator), Bruce Museum of Arts and Science, May 15 – September 12, 2004, p. 29, with reproduction.“A Minimalist Future? Art as Object 1958-1968.” MOCA The Contemporary, June/July/August 2004: pp. 8-9.  Advertising show, with quote by DR and photograph of “Tropical Tan.”


Gilbert-Rolfe, Jeremy.  “First Degree, Minimalism at the Moment,” Art US Magazine No. 3,June – August, 2004: pp.14-15.Archer, Michael.  “Minimalism: LA.” Art Monthly June 2004: pp.276-278.


Cooper, Bernard.  “Bare Essentials, Minimalism reveals surprising vitality in MOCA’s massive retrospective.” :Los Angeles Magazine Arts Section, pp102-104.


Bois, Yve-Alain.  “Black-Box Theater, Specific Objections,” Artforum International Summer 2004, pp. 194-203, 289.


Dove, Amy.  “A Minimal Future?  Art as Object 1958-68, MOCA Los Angeles,” Flash Art Vol. XXXVIII, No. 236, May-June 2004, p. 78


Lacayo, Richard.  “Blunt Objects,” Time Magazine May 24, 2004: pp. 75-76.


Schjeldahl, Peter.  “Bare Minimal, Views from New York and Los Angeles,” The NewYorker May 3, 2004: pp. 108-109.


Haithman, Diane.  “Little Goes a Long Way,” Los Angeles Times May 2004, Calendar Section.


Richards, Judith Olch (editor).  Inside the Studio, Two Decades of Talks with Artists in New York.  Independent Curators International (ICI), New York, NY.  Pages 154-157.


Harvey, Doug.  “Next to Nothing, Less is More, More or Less,” LA Weekly April 16-22, 2004.


Kimmelman, Michael. “How Not Much Is a Whole World”, The New York Times Weekend Fine Arts and Leisure Section, April 2, 2004, E31, E33.


Knight, Christopher. “Max Minimal”, Los Angeles Times Calendar Section (art review), Tuesday, March 16, 2004.


Goldstein, Ann, editor. A Minimal Future? Art As Object 1958-1968, catalogue to accompany exhibition, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, pp. 318-321.


Singular Forms (Sometimes Repeated): Art from 1951 to the Present, catalogue to accompany exhibition, Guggenheim Museum Publications, 2004, pg. 119.


Temin, Christine, “A Different Dimension of Serra.” The Boston Globe December 17, 2003, pg. E7.


Reed, David. “The Morning After.” ArtForum March 2003: p. 210.

“Design Academicians.” The New York Sun, Arts & Letters Section, March 3, 2003.

Saltz, Jerry. "Out of Line." Village Voice June 27, 2003: p. 27.


Waltemath, Joan. “In conversation: John Yau with Joan Waltemath”, The Brooklyn Rail Art Section April 2003.


Cash, Stephanie and David Ebony.  “Awards. (Artworld).” Art in America, v. 91, n.3, March 2003, p. 150


ARTEMIS Fine Arts, 2003, p. 60-61.


Storr, Robert. “Slow Burn.” Artforum International, v. 41, n.3, November 2002, p. 146.


“Eric Banks on Artforum, October 1972. (10 20 30 40).” Artforum International, v. 41, n. 2,October 2002, p. 56.


Art Guide”, The New York Times June 28, 2002.


Madoff, Steven. “What Documenta Meant to Them.” The New York Times Art/Architecture Section, June 2, 2002, Section 2, pg. 29, Column 1.


Treasures of the Addison Gallery of American Art book, The Addison Gallery of American Art, Abbeville Press Publishers, 2002: p. 247 (image of Locus #1, 1972)


Brenson, Michael. Visionaries and Outcasts: The NEA, Congress, and the Place of the Visual Artist in America, New York, The New Press, 2001.


Rogers, David. “Institutions to unveil collaborative ‘Universe’”, Pasadena Star-news January 31, 2001, pp A1, A8.


VanGelder, Lawrence. “Footlights, Thinking Big.” The New York Times The Arts Section,

February 1, 2001, p. E1.

“All Day, Arts”. Los Angeles Times Weekend Section, February 1, 2001: p 5.


Frank, Peter. “Maestronomical Cosmology.” LA Weekly February 2-8, 2001: p 51.


Mudnic, Suzanne. “Talk About a World View.” The Los Angeles Times Calendar Section, February 4, 2001: pp 3, 74.


Breuer, Howard. “Cosmic exhibit spotlights art at local galleries.” Pasadena Star News Sunday, February 4, 2001: pp A1, A6.


Editorial. “Get Universal connection.” Pasadena Star News Opinion Section, Tuesday,  February 8, 2001: p A1.


Knight, Christopher. “2001: A Space Oddity.” Los Angeles Times Calendar, Arts & Entertainment Section, February 10, 2001.


Ratcliff. Carter. “Paper Remade in 1960s conceptualism.” Art on Paper April 2001: p. 54-61.


“Newws.” The New York Times May 17, 2001.


Cunningham, Bill. “Evening Hours, Night Music.” The New York Times July 1, 2001, ST 5.


Reed, David. “Making Waves.” ArtForum October 2001: pg. 122.


Saltz, Jerry. “Wall Power.” The Village Voice January 30, 2001: pg. 69.


Hollander, John.  Induction of Members of the Academy by the Secretary of the Academy.  Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, Second Series, No. 52, New York, 2001: p16.


Ratcliff, Carter, Out of the Box: The Reinvention of Art, 1965-1975, New York: Allworth Press, 2000. p. 96-97, 274 (Drawing Which Makes Itself, illustrated, pg. 94).


Heller, Nancy.  2000.  Women Artists: Works from the National Museum of Women in the Arts. Rizzoli International Publications.


“Dorothea Rockburne”, The New York Times Art Review Section, February 20, 2000, AR 55.

“Six Abstract Artists at the Millenium.” The New York Times February 25, 2000.


Glueck, Grace. “Six Abstract Artists at the Millenium.” Art in Review, The New York Times February 18, 2000: pg. E44.


Lloyd, Ann Wilson. “Allowing a Long-Interred Past Out of Its Containers.” The New York Times March 12, 2000, Art/Architecture, pg. 25. “March Newsletter.” Art Resources Transfer Inc., March 2000.


Smith, Roberta. “Dorothea Rockburne “10 Years of Astronomy Drawings, 1990-2000’” The New York Times March 24, 2000, p E35.


Zimmer, William, Connecticut Supplement of the New York Times March 13th, 2000.


Wei, Lilly. "Watching the Skies." except from Art in America, v. 88, n. 4, April 2000, p. 128-132


Galleries – Uptown, Six Women Artists.” The New Yorker August 7, 2000. p 14.


Ellis, Estelle; Seebolm, Caroline; Sykes, Christopher Simon. At Home with Art, Clarkson Potter, New York, 1999: p. 120.           


Rowe, Noel. “A Sampling of Americana” The Southampton Press August 26, 1999.


“Discussion About Black Mountain.” Winston-Salem Journal, August 15, 1999, Arts and Entertainment, p. E3


Bee, Harriet Schoenholz (ed.), MoMa Highlights, New York:  Harry N. Abrams, 1999, page 277 (Scalar illustrated).


Butler, Cornelia, Afterimage: Drawing Through Process.  Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 1999.


Friends of Art and Presentation in Embassies Newsletter vol. 3, no. 1, Fall 1998/ Winter 1999.


Smith, Roberta, “Conceptual Art: Over, and Yet Everywhere,” The New York Times Sunday, April 25th, 1999, Art and Leisure, page 1, 38.


Smith, Roberta. “Art Rediscovers a Home On the Upper East Side,” The New York Times Friday, April 30, 1999, Weekend, Fine Arts Leisure, page E31.


Wei, Lily.The Art of Comets.” Essay for brochure The Art of Comets, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 1999.


Kolbowski, Silvia.  An Inadequate History of Conceptual Art.  Multimedia Project, Production Dates:1998/1999.  Included interview with Dorothea.           

Videos:, (accessed 9/4/2012) Selected transcripts:

(accessed 9/4/2012)


Carrier, David.  Garner Tullis and the Art of Collaboration. New York:  David Carrier, 1998. P. 134.  (Untitled Monoprint with Pastel 1992-94).


Cajori, Marion, “Chuck Close: A Portrait in Progress,” MUSE film and Television and The Art Kaleidoscope Foundation and Thirteen/WNET; 1998.


Scobie, Ilka, “Broome Street Walkabout” NY Arts.  New York, NY; May 1998.


Newhouse, VictoriaTowards a New Museum, New York, NY; The Monacelli Press Inc., p. 50, 74, 75.


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Brody, Jacqueline (ed.).  Paper.  Works on Dieu Donne Paper.  New York, NY: Published and organized by Dieu Donne Papermill, Inc.


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Smith, Roberta. “Dorothea Rockburne,” The New York Times Art in Review, Friday, February 11, 1994 p.C36.


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Wei, Lilly, “Dorothea Rockburne, Stargazer, “ Art in America, v. 82, n. 10 October 1994 , pages 110-113.


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Adams, Brooks. “The High Windows, Dorothea Rockburne’s Skyscapes,” ARTFORUM. Photograph’s by Tina Barney, May 1993, p. 78-82.


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Essex, Andrew. “Sheltering the Sky.” The New Yorker April 5, 1993, p.17.


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Goodman, Jonathan. “Reaching for the Sky,” The Gazette Photograph by Barbara Yoshida, December 24, 1993, Art Section.


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Pomerance, Murray. “Dorothea Rockburne; A Canadian Star Shines in New York,” Canadian Art , Fall 1993, Volume 10, No. 3, p. 47-51.


Russell, Beverly. “Tower of Entertainnment,” Interiors September 1993, p. 56-65.


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Brenson, Michael. “New Curator at Modern Challenges Convention,” New York Times,  December 28, 1990, p. C26.


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Smith, Roberta. “For Keith Sonnier, Two Shows 20 Years Apart”, The New York Times January 13, 1989.


Carlock, Marty. “Rockburne’s week is more complex than it seems.” (Rose Art review), The Wayland-Weston Town Crier  June 1, 1989, p. 34.


Giuliano, Charles. “Shapes and Colors,” (Rose Art review), The Tab May  30, 1989, p. 49.


Gonzalez, Manual. Schedjahl, Peter (editor), “A Biennial Of Our Own,” 7 Days, May 3, 1989, pp. 26-27.


Jones, Nancy. “Lives of the Artists,” New York Woman May 1989, pp. 80-81.


Bonetti, David. “Beyond Reason: Dorothea Rockburne at the Rose”, The Boston Phoenix June 2,1989, p 18.


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Stapen, Nancy. “Rockburne an Eye Opener,” (Rose Art review), The Boston Herald, June 9, 1989.


Taylor, Robert. “Dorothea Rockburne Exhibition is First-rate in Every Way,” (Rose Art review), Boston Globe June 4, 1989, p.A3.


Sterling, Susan Fisher. “A Conversation with Dorothea Rockburne,” (interview), Newsletter, The National Museum of Women in the Arts Washington, D.C., Volume VII, No. 2, Summer 1989.


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Stapen, Nancy.  “Dorothea Rockburne,” (Rose Art review), Art News, September 1989, p. 185. Abstraction, Geometry, Painting.  exhibition catalogue (Accompanying traveling show “Abstraction, Geometry, Painting” organized by the Albright-Knox Museum, Buffalo, N.Y.) with an essay by Michael Auping, Harry N. Abrams, Inc.  New York, in association with Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 1989, pp. 176-177.


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Brenson, Michael.  “Egyptian Art is Alive and Well in the West,” New York Times, Arts & Leisure Section, December 31, 1989, p.33.


ArtNews Advertising Supplement, ArtNews, October 1989, p. 190.


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Bijutsu Techo. October 1988, vol. 40, no.600: pp. 176-178.


Brenson, Michael. “Dorothea Rockburne.” New York Times March 18, 1988: p. C29.


Brenson, Michael. “A New-World Painter Views the Masterpieces of Old-World Innovators.” New York Times April 29, 1988, pp. C1, C36.


Haus, Mary Ellen. Review, Art News Summer 1988, p. 71.


Kaufman, Jason. “Art, Dorothea Rockburne, New Paintings.” New York City Tribune. March 25, 1988, p. 10.


Loughery, John. “ Dorothea Rockburne.” Arts Magazine May 1988, p.92. A Modernist Looks to Geometry. New York Times, April 29, 1988.


Ostrow, Saul. “Dorothea Rockburne.” (Interview), Bomb Fall 1988, pp. 30-35.


Smith, Roberta.  Review, New York Times January 13, 1988.


Tuchman, Phyllis. “An Artistic Synthesis of Old and New.” Newsday March 24, 1988, pp. 20-21.


Storr, Robert. “ Rockburne’s Wager.” Pascal and Other Concerns, introduction to the catalogue for show, Andre Emmerich Gallery Inc.,March 5, 1988.


Larson, Kay. “What Price Glory?” New York March 28, 1988, p. 78. Review of Andre Emmerich catalogue, The Print Collector’s Newsletter, May- June 1988.


Mennekes, Friedhelm. “Dorothea Rockburne: Schweigende Bilder.” Spuren des mystichen in der modernen kunst,  February 1988: pp. 102-103.


“For the Artists of the 1980’s, Pop and Minimal Still a Guiding Spirit.” New York City Tribune March 25, 1988.


“Art Prices: Selling.” Seven Days April 6, 1988.


Higuchi, Sholchiro. “Series 8-1, 2,3: Art in New York Today.” IDEA International Art Advertising Magazine, September 1988, Tokyo, Japan: p. 106


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Artner, Alan G. “Exhibit Provides and Update on Rockburne,” Chicago Tribune, February 6, 1987, Section 7, p. 51.


Field, Richard S. and Fine, Ruth E. A Graphic Muse: Prints by Contemporary American Women, Hudson Hills Press, New York, 1987.


Gruen, John. “Artist’s Dialogue: Dorothea Rockburne,” Architectural Digest, February 1987, pp. 40-47.


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Brenson, Michael. “Art,” The New York Times The Guide, March 9, 1986. p. 2.


Jones, Amelia. “Room for Conceptual Experimentation,” Art Week December 20, 1987.


Raynor, Vivien. “Exhibitions of Prints at Yale by Women and French Artists,”

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Robinson, Walter, complier, “Victor Ganz,” ArtWorld December 1987, p.176.


Smith, Roberta. “Art: Legendary Influence of Black Mountain College,”¨The New York Times p. C26, December 4, 1987.


Betti, Claudia and Teel Sale. Drawing: A Contemporary Approach, (New York: CBS College Publishing, 1986), p. 220.


Boettger, Suzan. “Dorothea Rockburne,” Artforum Summer 1986, pp. 129-130.


Brenson, Michael. “Art,” The New York Times The Guide, March 9, 1986. p. 2 “Creativity: Six Perspectives,” Dialogue: An Art Journal, vol. 9, no. 5, September/ October 1986, p.73, illustration.


Grubb, Nancy. American Watercolors.  New York:  Cross River Press, 1986. pg. 279.


Gruen, John. “Dorothea Rockburne’s Unanswered Questions,” Art News, March 1986, pp.97-101.


Gruen, John. “A Beckoning Stillness,” Architectural Digest February 1987, pp. 40, 44, 46. illustration. Nygren, Edward, Et al. (Eds.) American Masters.  Washington D.C.:  Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1986. P. 98-101.


Philadelphia Collects Art Since 1940, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, 1986, p. 93.


Rockburne, Dorothea. Statement by the artist. White Walls,  A Magazine of Writing by Artists, Spring 1986, p. 51.


Rose, Barbara. Twentieth Century American Painting.  New York:  Rizzoli, 1986. p. 141-42.


Russell, John. “ Dorothea Rockburne,” New York Times  February 21, 1986.


Sozanski, Edward J. “A Focus on Work of Six Minimalists,” The Philadelphia Inquirer, Nov. 20, 1986.


Stavitsky, Gail. “Dorothea Rockburne,” Arts Magazine May 1986, p.104.


Storr, Robert. “Painterly Operations,” Art in America February 1986.


Storr, Robert. “ Dorothea Rockburne l’illusion d’une geometrie plane,” Art Press Paris, April 1986, pp.25-29.


Tuchman, Maurice, ed. The Spiritual in Art: Abstract Painting 1890-1986, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, New York: Abbeville Press 1986, pp. 321,             illustration.


Bell, Jane. “Dorothea Rockburne: Xavier Fourcade,” Art News May 1985, pp.115-116.


Brenson, Michael. “ Dorothea Rockburne,” New York Times March 1, 1985.


Cohen, Ronny. “Dorothea Rockburne “ Art Forum Summer 1985, p.111.


Glueck, Grace. “Art: Modern Shows Off Some of Best Drawings,” New York Times January 11, 1985, p. C19.


Lucie-Smith, Edward. American Art Now (New York: William Morrow & Co., Inc. 1985), pp.21,156.


Melot, Michel and Antony Griffiths and Richard S. Field. Prints, History of an Art, (New York: Skira, Rizzoli 1985).


The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Henry N. Abrams, Inc. New York. 1984. Reproductions p. 250 and 320.


Walter, Marion. “The day all the textbooks disappeared,” Mathematics Teaching 112, September 1985, The Association of Teachers of Mathematics, pp. 8-11.


Grubb, Nancy and Pastan, Amy (ed.), Gemini G.E.L. Art and Collaboration. Abbeville Press. New York, New York.


Freeman, Phyllis (ed.) New Art, (New York: Harry M. Abrams, Inc.,1984), p. 159.


Glueck, Grace. “Art: Janis Presents American Women,” New York Times, January 20, 1984.


Mays, John Bentley. “A Bumpily Uneven Display of Expatriate Art,” The Globe and Mail March 30, 1984.


Raynor, Vivien. “Art: A Pioneer’s Experiments with Abstraction,” New York Times, April 6, 1984.


Rockburne, Dorothea. “A Project by Dorothea Rockburne, Putting Together Thoughts on The New Painting,” Artforum, October 1984, pp. 72-75.


Donohoe, Victoria. “A Curious Exhibit of 20th Century U.S. Watercolors,” Philadelphia Inquirer, September 16, 1983.


“Dorothea Rockburne at Xavier Fourcade,” Art New, January 1983.


Glueck, Grace. “Art: Show Honors De Kooning,” The New York Times, December 23, 1989.


Hall,Lee. “Material Pleasures,” House and Garden, April 1983.


Hapgood, Susan.”Drawings: Xavier Fourcade,” Flash Art, November, 1983, p. 68.


Herrera, Hayden. “ Dorothea Rockburne at Fourcade,” Art in America , February 1983, pp. 129-130.


Kuspit Donald. “Dorothea Rockburne”, Artforum March 1983, p.77.


Levin, Kim. “Drawings.” The Village Voice, August 9, 1983, p.56.


Marden, Brice,  “Dorothea Rockburne,” Art News January 1983, p.141.


Russell, John. “Art: Show of Drawings at Xavier Fourcade,” The New York Times, July 29, 1983, p.C20.


Russell, John. “It’s Not ‘Women’s Art’ It’s Good Art, “ The New York Times, July 24, 1983.


Smith, Roberta.  “Reductivism Reduce,” The Village Voice February 22, 1983.


Abstract Drawings 1911-1981, catalogue to accompany 1982 exhibition of selection from the Permanent Collection at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Architectural Digest, April 1982, p. 105, illustration.


“Editors Choice: Selected Gallery Previews,” Portfolio, vol. IV, no. 6, Nov./Dec. 1982, p. 22, Illustration.


Frank, Elizabeth. “Dorothea Rockburne at Xavier Fourcade,” Art in America, January 1982, p.138.


Glueck, Grace. “Art,” The New York Times October 10, 1982.


Goodman, Vera. “Women of the Americas Exhibit Excellence,” New Directions for Women, Nov/Dec 1982.


Larson, Kay. ”Women by a Woman,” New York, November 22, 1982.


Mays, John Bentley. “Rockburne Show Touches the High Points,” The Globe and Mail, November 1982.


Miller, Steven Paul. “Rockburne at Xavier Fourcade,” The Art Gallery Scene, through Dec. 4, 1982, reproduction, “Messenger Angel: Uriel.”


Prints by Contemporary Sculptors, catalogue to accompany 1982 exhibition of Selections at Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT.


Russell, John. “In the Arts: Critics Choices,” The New York Times, October 31, 1982.


Smith Howard. “Here Today Gone Tomorrow,” The Village Voice, November 9, 1982.


Smith, Roberta. “Abstraction” Simple and Complex,” The Village Voice, Nov. 23, 1982.


Abatt, Corinne. “Paintings Destined for Brief Life,” The Eccentric, Thurs. January 22, 1981 p. B1C.


Alexander, Chris.  “Ars Brevis” (Texas Gallery review), Performing Arts Magazine, February 1981, p.22.


Baker, Kenneth. “Dorothea Rockburne ‘s Egyptian Paintings,” Artforum, April 1981, p..24-25.


Colby, Joy Hakanson. “Cranbrook’s TKO,” Detroit News February 8, 1981.


Crossley,Mimi. Texas Gallery review, Houston Post February 9, 1981.


Evaul, W. H. “Printmaking Ensuite with Rauschenberg, Rockburne, and Le Witt,” Print Review 1981, no. 14, pp.70-73.


Kalil, S. “Geometric Order and Subversion” (Texas Gallery review), Artweek, February 28, 1981, p.24.


Larson, Kay. “Dorothea Rockburne,” New York, October 26, 1981, p.95.


Melot, Michel (Ed.). History of Art:  Prints. New York:  Rizzoli, 1981. p. 224-26.


Miro, Marsha. “Cranbrook artists decorate a room’s skin,” Detroit Free Press February 22, 1981, 6B.


Oakland Press, “Viewpoint ‘81 Opens,” Feb. 8, 1981.


Phillips, Deborah C. “Dorothea Rockburne,” (Xavier Fourcade review). Art News, December 1981, pp.173, 175.


Russell, John. “Art: Dorothea Rockburne,” New York Times Weekend Section, September 25, 1981. p.26.


Zimmer, William. “Soho News,” (Xavier Fourcade review). October 13, 1981, p. 50.


Art News cover photograph, October 1980, issue about women artists.


Bertolo, Diane. “Paper Exhibition Shown Innovation, Variety,” Buffalo Evening News, Sept. 16, 1980.


Blackwook, Michael and Rosen, Nancy. “14 Americans: Directions of the 1970’s, Film distributed by Blackwood Productions, Inc. New York.


Branche, Bill. “With Paper, About Paper shows versatility of the unusual medium,” Niagara Falls Gazette, Sept. 25, 1980.


Cleaver, Dale G. Art: An Introduction, 1980, illustration.


Colby, Joy Kakanson. Focus/Art, Detroit News, Jan. 21, 1980 (review of Cranbrook Show).


Drawings: The Pluralist Decade, catalogue to accompany 1980-81 exhibition at Venice Biennale; ICA, Philadelphia; and other European stops, Catalogue essays by John Neff, Rosalind Krauss, Richard Lorber, Edit Deak, John Perrault, and Howard Fox.


Huntington, Richard. “Throwaway Paper Put on a Pedestal,” Buffalo Courier Express, Sept. 21, 1980.


Kuspit, Donald. “Exotic Modernism: Toronto,” Vanguard,  November 1980, p.23.


Lucie-Smith, Edward. Art in the Seventies, (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1980), p.40.


Miller, Donald. “Art Exhibit Attains Contemporary Heights,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Wednesday April 16, 1980.


Rose, Barbara. Vogue review of Michael Blackwood’s film, “14 Americans: Directions of the 1970’s,” Nov. 1980.


Rose, Barbara. American Painting: The Twentieth Century.  New York:  Rizzoli, 1980. p.133,34.


Schwartzman, Allan and Thomas, Kathleen. “The Seventies: New American Painting,” catalogue to accompany traveling ICA exhibition, The 70’s : New American Painting, Essay by Allan Schwartzman and Kathleen Thomas.


With Paper, About Paper, catalogue to accompany travelling ICA exhibition at Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York, essay by Charlotte Kotik.


Bell, Tiffany.  “Dorothea Rockburne,” (John Weber review), Arts Magazine, January 1979, pp.44-50.


Brown, Milton (Ed.). American Art. New York:  Harry N. Abrams, 1979. P. 573-74, illustration p. 630.


Cleaver, Dale G. Art : An Introduction, 4th ed.(New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1980), pp. 440.


“Dorothea Rockburne, John Weber.” (review) Flash Art   January-February 1979, p 39.


Janes, A.R. Dorothea Rockburne, essay in catalogue to accompany exhibition at Murray State University, Murray, KY, 1979.


Perrone Jeff. “Working Through Fold by Fold,” Artforum January 1979, pp. 44-50. “Perspective ’78: Works by Women,” (review). Appeared in Arts Exchange, January/February 1979, pp. 25-26.


Rose, Barbare. “Out in Front: American Women Artists Dorothea Rockburne and Nancy Graves,” Vogue  June 1977, pp. 152-153, 189, 193.


Saltzman, Cynthia. “Dorothea Rockburne” (John Weber review) Art News  January 1979, p.156.


Thornson, Victoria (ed.) Great Drawings of the Twentieth Century, vols. I & II (Redding: Talisman Books,1979).


1979 Biennial Exhibition, catalogue to accompany 1979 exhibition at Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.


Drawing: Structure and Curve .” catalogue to accompany 1978 exhibition at John Weber Gallery, essay by Michael Marlais.


Lubell, Ellen, Review, SoHo Weekly News November 9, 1978, p.34.


Olson, Roberta, “ An Interview With Dorothea Rockburne,” Art in America November/December 1978, p.141-145.


Paper, catalogue, The Dayton Art Institute, 1978 contemporary Drawing/ New York, Catalogue, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1978.


Paper, catalogue to accompany 1978 exhibition at Touchstone Gallery, New York, Essay by Eric Siegeltuch.


Russell, John. “Gallery View,” New York Times November 19, 1978, p. D31.


Senie, Harriet. Review. New York Post November 11, 1978, p.17.


Bourdon, David. "A Critic's Diary: The New York Art Year," Art in America, July/August 1977, p.69.


Frank, Peter. “Dorothea Rockburne,” Woman Art April 1977, p.42.


Glynn, Eugene. “Museum and Dealers Catalogues,” The Print Collector’s Newsletter, Jan.-Feb. 1977, p. 185.


Lubell, Ellen, “Dorothea Rockburne “(John Weber review), Arts Magazine, January 1977, p.35.


Murray, Nancy. “Dorothea Rockburne” Parachute Spring 1977, pp.35-37.


Rose, Barbara.  “Out in front: sudden confidence: women are making art history - as never before. Here, two of the advance guard.” Vogue, v. 167, June 1977, p. 152.


Rubenfien, Leo. “Beating the System,” Artforum January 1977,pp. 48-50.


Rubenfien, Leo. “Artists Sketchbooks,” Artforum March 1977, pp. 53-55.


Russell, John.  Review. New York Times  January 21, 1977, p. C14.


Shapiro, L. S. John Weber review, Art in America, March 1977, p.112.


Beamguard,Bud. “Prints by New York Artists,” Newsweek November 20, 1976, pp.1,16.


Bourdon, David. “Three Women Manipulate Geometry, Earth and Old Masters,” The Village Voice November 14,1976.


Foote, Nancy. “Drawing the Line,” Artforum May 1976, pp. 54-57.


Green, Robert L. “The Global Table,” Clipper Los Angeles, CA., Nov. 1976, p. 22.


Kutner, Janet. “Visceral Aesthetics of A New Decade’s Art,” Arts Magazine, December 1976, p.100.


Lippard, Lucy. From the Center , (New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc., 1976), p.64.


Rose, Bernice. Drawing Now. The Museum of Modern Art, New York: 1976, p. 81.


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Russell, John. “‘Drawing Now’, One Of The Modern’s Best,” New York Times, January 24, 1976.


Seventy-Second American Exhibition, catalogue, The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL. Introduction by Anne Rorimer.


Smith, Roberta. “Drawing Now (And Then), Artforum April 1976, p. 52.


Spector, Naomi. “New Color Work by Dorothea Rockburne,” Dorothea Rockburne: Working with the Golden Section, 1974-76, p.7, JWG, New York.


Three Decades of American Art Selected by the Whitney Museum, catalogue, The Seibu Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan, 1976, p. 50.


Today/Tomorrow, catalogue,  Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami, FL., 1976, Introduction by Paul E. Thompson.


Zeichnung Heute- Drawing Now, catalogue, Kunsthaus Zurich, Switzerland, 1976, p. 63.


Tel Aviv Museum - Drawing Now, catalogue, Tel Aviv Museum, Tel Aviv, 1976


Battcock, Gregory. “Art in America:  Confusione,” Domus March 1975, p.55.

Pleynet, Marcelin. “Tendances actuelles de la nouvelle peinture americaine,” Art Press Paris, September/October 1975, p.43.


Smith, Roberta. “34th Biennial of Contemporary American Painting, Corcoran Gallery of Art.” Artforum May 1975, p.71.


Pleynet, Marcelin. Tendances Actuelles de la Nouvelle Peinture Americaine, Catalogue, Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, 1975.


Adams, Eleanor. “Artists did Their Thing-Viewers Thought Theirs,” The Cincinnati Enquirer Jan. 9, 1975.


“Huit Jeunes Aristes au Museum of Modern Art,” Art Press Paris, Dec.-Jan. 1975, p.21-23.


Brown, Ellen. “Artist Who Ask You to Peer Inside Their Minds,” Cincinnati Post, Jan. 1975.


Findsen, Owen. “The Square Root of Art,” Cincinnati Enquirer Jan. 12, 1975.


Burkait, Michal. “Minimal Links in Space,” Jan. 24,1975 Cincinnati, Olt.


Richard, Paul. “Corcoran’s Biennial: The Art  of Show Biz,” The Washington Post, Feb. 21, 1975, p.B1.


Russell, John. “Corcoran American Art Biennial is Uneven,” The New York Times, Wed. March 5, 1975, p.29.


Pleynet, Marcelin. “De La Couleur à la Ligne,”  Peinture Cahiers Theoriques 10/11, December 1975, p. 29-39.


Anderson, Laurie. “Line as Language, Six Artists Draw,” Review, Art News, Summer 1974, p.113.Art-Rite Summer 1974, cover.

Bourdon, David.  “The Mini-Conceptual Age,” Village Voice, October 17, 1974, p. 40.

Ratcliffe,Carter.  “Dorothea Rockburne: New prints,” Print Collector’s Newsletters, May –June 1974, p. 30, illustration pp. 30-2.


Davis, Douglas. “Markets, Museums, Meanings,” Newsweek, December, 23 1974, p 77.


Gilbert-Rolfe, Jeremy. “Line as Language: Six Artists Draw,” Review, Artforum, June 1974, pp. 66-71.


Hess, Thomas. “Rules of the Game,” New York Magazine, November 4, 1974, p. 92.


Hess, Thomas. “Rules of the Game, Part II: Marden and Rockburne,” New York November 11, 1974, p. 101.


Hughes, Robert. “Eight Cool Contemporaries,” Time November 11, 1974, p. 98.


Kozloff, Max. “Traversing the Field... Eight Contemporary Artists at the MOMA,” Artforum December 1974, pp. 44-49.


Krauss, Rosalind. “Line as Language: Six artists draw,” (exhibition catalogue), 1974.


Plagens, Peter. “Abstract Painting in California,” Studio International, July - August 1974, p.35.


Plagens, Peter. “Peter and the Pressure Cooker,” Artforum June 1974, pp. 28-33.


Pontual, Roberto. “Feminismo e Arte, “Jornal doBrasil, December, 3 1974, p. 2, illustration, “cantolinas,” 1971.


Read, Herbert. A Concise History of Modern Painting. Thames and Hudson, Ltd. London, 1974. Reproduction p. 367, listing p.389.


Rockburne, Dorothea.  “Notes to Myself on Drawing,” Flash Art April 1974, p. 66.


Russell, John. “A Breath of Fresh Air at the Modern,” New York Times Oct. 20, 1974, p. D35.


Russell, John. “Eight of Today’s Artists Exhibit at the Modern,” New York Times, Sunday, October 9, 1974, p. 52.


Russell, John. “Art: Refreshing Museum Shows,” New York Times, August 24, 1974, p. 22.


Mayer, Rosemary. Review, Arts Magazine April 1973, pp. 74-76.


Boice, Bruce. Review, Artforum April 1973, pp. 77-80, illustration, Drawing Which Makes Itself, 1973.


Goldberg, Lenore. “A Renewal of Possibilities,” Arts Magazine March 1973, pp. 33-37, Illustration, Drawing Which Makes Itself, 1973.


Smith, Roberta. “The Whitney Biennial: Four Views,” Arts Magazine, March 1973, pp. 64-65.


Stitelman, Paul. “The Whitney Biennial: Four Views,” Arts Magazine, March 1973, pp. 65-66. Mayer, Rosemary. Review, Arts Magazine March 1973, p. 72.


Crimp, Douglas. “Judd, LeWitt, Rockburne,” Art News March 1973, pp. 71-72, illustration p. 72, Drawing Which Makes Itself.


Siegel, Jeanne. “The Whitney Biennial: a firmer position on current esthetic trends,” Artnews March 1973, p. 68.


Boice, Bruce. Dorothea Rockburne’s New Work, Hartford Art School, Hartford, CT , 1973.


Kraus, Rosalind. “Sense and Sensibility,” Artforum, November 1973, pp. 43-52,


Boice, Bruce. “Il Nuovo Lavoro di Dorothea Rockburne.” Data Summer 1973, p. 36-41, Illustrations, Domain of the Variable, 1972, Drawing Which Makes Itself, 1973,( M.G.); Drawing Which Makes Itself, 1973, (X.S.); Drawing Which Makes Itself, 1973, (pavimento).


Lippard, Lucy. Six Years: The Dematerialization of the Art Object from 1966 to 1972, Praeger Publishers, New York, 1973, p. 248. Works in Space (catalogue). San Francisco Museum of Art, 1973. Introduction by Suzanne Foley.


Frankenstein, Alfred, “Exploring Galleries of Space,” San Francisco Examiner and Chronicle February 18, 1973, p. 37- 38.


Pincus-Witten, Robert. “Thought Itself is the Subject of this Art,” New York Times, May 13, 1973, p. 23, illustration, Drawing Which Makes Itself, 1973 (New Haven).


Thomsen, Barbara. Review, USAA May -June 1973, p. 99.Young American Artists: Drawings and Graphics, catalogue, Copenhagen 1973, introduction by Steingrim Laursen.Some Recent American Art, catalogue, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia, 1973, introduction by Jennifer Licht.


Crimp, Douglas. “New York Letter,” Art International, April 1973, pp. 57-59.


Borden, Lizzie. “Art Economics and the Whitney Drawing Show,” Artforum, October 1973, pp. 85-88.


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Borden, Lizzie.  “New York-Group Drawing Show, Bykert Gallery,” Artforum, February 1972, p. 88, illustration p. 79, To Situate.

Bochner, Mel. “Dorothea Rockburne” Artforum March 1972, pp. 28-34

Pincus-Witten, Robert, editor.  “Works and Statements,” pp.29-33.

Licht, Jennifer. “An Interview with Dorothea Rockburne,” pp. 34-36. Illustrations: front cover, Z (from Domain of the Variable), 1971-72; p.28,Untitled, 1969; p. 29, Three, 1970; p. 30, Set, 1970, Sign, 1970; p. 31, Group/And, 1971, Group/And, 1971; p. 32, Leveling, 1970, Disjunction/Or, 1970; p.33, Intersection, 1971, Scalar, 1971, p.34, Y (from Domain of the Variable), 1971-72; p.35, Gradient and Fields, 1971; p. 36, diary entry October 27, 1971. Wolmer, Denise.  Review, Arts, March 1972, p. 58, illustration p. 59, Domain of the Variable

Licht, Jennifer.  “Work and Method, Dorothea Rockburne Discusses Her Recent Work With Jennifer Licht,” Art & Artists March 1972, p. 32-35, illustrations, Disjunction/Or, 1970, Intersection, 1971, A.C. &D., (from Group/And), 1970.

Hafif, Marsha.  “A Fusion of Real and Pictorial Space,” Arts, March 1972, p. 33, illustration p.35, Domain of the Variable

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Borden, Lizzie. “Cosmologies,” Documenta review,  Artforum October 1972, pp.45-50.

Trini, Tommoso.  “Kassel Sana in Monaco Sano,” DATA Summer 1972, pp. 67-77, Illustration p. 76, Syllogism, 1972.

Jacobs, Jay. “Pertinent & Impertinent: ‘Art in Process’: An Observer’s Notes,” The Art Gallery March 1972, pp. W11-W13.

deJong, Connie.  “New York Miscellaneous,” Bykert review,  Artitudes, February 1972, p. 14.

Rockburne, Dorothea. “Considerations of Procedure on the Series Carta Carbona,” Flash Art September/October 1972, p. 6, illustration, p. 6.


Ratcliffe, Carter.  “New York Letter,” Art International February 20, 1971, p. 69, illustration, detail of Disjunction/Or, 1970.


Pincus-Witten, Robert.  Review, Artforum February 1971, illustration pp. 75-78, A.C.&D., 1970. 

Siegal, Jeanne.  “Reviews & preview,” Art News January 1971, p.57. 

Baker, Elizabeth.  “Sexual Art Politics,” Art News January 1971, pp. 47-48, illustration p. 48, Sign, 1970. 

Pincus-Witten, Robert.  Review, Artforum June 1971, pp. 78-80, illustration p. 80, Intersection, 1971. 

Muller, Gregoire. “Materiality and Painterliness,” Arts Magazine September - October 1971,pp. 34-37, illustration p.35, Disjunction Or, 1971. 

Pleynet, Marcelyn. Art International, May 20, 1971, p. 78, illustration p. 79, A and B, 1970. 

Davis, Douglas.  “Art - The Invisible Woman Is Visible,” Newsweek, November 15, 1971, pp. 130-131.

Domingo, Willis. Bykert review, Arts Magazine February, 1971, p. 56. 

Rose, Barbara. “New Art in Action in Minneapolis,” Vogue, June 1971, p. 70.


Pincus-Witten. Robert.  Review, Artforum September 1970, pp. 75-77, illustration p. 75, Set, 1970.

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