Art: Exhibition addresses complex culture, identity and history of Israel
The Sentinel, by 

16 Things To Do Around D.C. This Week
DCist, by Elizabeth Tuten, April 15, 2019

Out On the Town: D.C. arts and entertainment highlights — March 28-April 3
Metro Weekly, by Doug Rule, March 28, 2019

8 things to do in D.C. from March 21-27
The Washington Post by Rudi Greenberg and Stephanie Williams, March 21, 2019

Out On the Town: D.C. arts and entertainment highlights — March 21-27
Metro Weekly, by Doug Rule, March 21, 2019

Ubuhle Women: Beadwork and the Art of Independence
Manchester Ink Link, by Tiffany Eddy, March 20, 2019

Tiffany Treasures
Iowa Public Radio, by Jacqueline Halbloom, March 20, 2019

Acevedo, Williams, Wowsugi: Storie Americane
Il Giornale dell'Arte, by Silvano Manganaro, March 20, 2019

Museums and Galleries: Spring Arts Preview 2019
Metro Weekly, by Doug Rule, March 14, 2019

The DC Lineup for this weekend: Mardi Gras, Dr. Seuss and Girl Scout badges
The DC Line, by Jennnifer Anne, March 1, 2019

International Arts & Artists Names New President/CEO
IA&A Press Release, February 26, 2019

In the galleries: Erika Cleveland’s ‘Healing Dolls’ are playful in their duality
The Washington Post, by Mark Jenkins February 15, 2019

8 Art Exhibits To Get Lost In This February
DCist, by Pat Padua, February 6, 2019

16 Things To Do Around D.C. This Week
DCist, by Elizabeth Tuten, February 4, 2019

‘The Art Of Seating’ & ‘Nakishima Looks’ At The Michener
Antiques and the Arts Weekly, January 29, 2019

Springfield Art Museum celebrates 91 years of service, plans for future
KY3 Springfield, by Lexi Spivak, January 18, 2019

At the IA&A at Hillyer, Three Regional Artists Tackle Themes of Nostalgia, Recollection, and Deterioration
Washington City Paper, by John Anderson, January 16, 2019

Dayton Art Institute announces 2019 exhibitions
Dayton Business Journal, by Elizabeth Kyle, Dec 10, 2018

The Best Photo Exhibits of 2018
Washington City Paper, by Louis Jacobson, December 5, 2018

In the galleries: Contemporary images cast a striking new light on the Arab world
The Washington Post, by Mark Jenkins, November 30, 2018

Things to do in and around Greenwich, Art Lecture: ReTooled
Greenwich Time, November 15, 2018

At IA&A at Hillyer, Andrea Limauro's Art Tells Tragic Stories of Deadly Migration Across the Mediterranean
Washington City Paper, by Erin Devine, October, 22, 2018

Tiffany Exhibit opens at Huntsville Museum of Art
Rocket City Now, by Kayla Carlile, October 23, 2019

In the galleries: Tiny contemporary monuments to transient phenomena
The Washington Post, by Mark Jenkins, October 19, 2018

Bruce Museum Opens ‘ReTooled: Highlights from the Hechinger Collection’
Greenwich Sentinel, September 19, 2018

Things to do in and around Greenwich
Greenwich Time, September 12, 2018

Bruce Museum Exhibit Offers a New Take on Tools
Greenwich Time, by Meredith Guinness, September 4, 2018

Contemporary Origami Exhibit Comes to MACC
Maui Now, August 25, 2018

Damon Arhos Channels Andy Warhol and Other Pop Art Greats at IA&A at Hillyer
Washington City Paper, by Kriston Capps, August 10, 2018

RUBE GOLDBERG Exhibit Coming to National Museum of American Jewish History
Newsarama, August 1, 2018

SD Art Museum hosts Japanese ceramics exhibit
The Brookings Register, July 30, 2018

In the galleries: Exhibition of contemporary Portuguese works at the Kreeger
The Washington Post, by Mark Jenkins, July 20, 2018

Ubuhle Women & Czech Beads
Iowa Public Radio, by Jacqueline Halbloom, July 12, 2018

Recovering an ‘audacious and radical’ voice in art history
University of Rochester Newscenter, by Rachael Brown, July 12, 2018

‘Above the fold’: New MAC exhibit explores modern origami
The Spokesman Review, by Sophie Bress, June 22, 2018

Halcyon Has Quickly Established Itself as a Force in the D.C. Arts World
Washington City Paper, by Kriston Capps, June 21, 2018

Art that shouldn’t (or can’t) be ignored
The Washington Post, by José López-Sánchez, May 18, 2018

5 under-the-radar art exhibitions to visit this summer
The Washington Post, by José Lopez-Sanchez, May 17, 2018

Emilio Cavallini’s “Objectual Abstractions” at IA&A at Hillyer
The Gallerist, by Christina Wood, May 12, 2018

In the galleries: More than just selfies, more than just photos
The Washington Post, by Mark Jenkins, April 20, 2018

IMAS Exhibit Offers Memorable Viewing Experience Inspired by Common Tools
The Monitor, by Nancy Moyer, April 9, 2018

The Monday After: McKinley museum exhibit goes inside Frank Lloyd Wright homes, by Gary Brown, February 26, 2018

In the galleries: Creating a world of her own
The Washington Post, by Mark Jenkins, February 16, 2018

'Louis Comfort Tiffany: Treasures from the Driehaus Collection' Exhibition Travels Across U.S.
ArtfixDaily Artwire, January 25, 2018

In the Galleries featuring Kei Ito, Grant McFarland, and Monroe Isenberg
The Washington Post Sunday, by Mark Jenkins, January 14, 2018

McClung Museum Opens Exhibition Featuring Art from Indigenous Communities in India
University of Tenessee Knoxville, January 14, 2019

In the galleries: Artists talk through their hats
The Washington Post, by Mark Jenkins, January 12, 2018

The Visionary: Arthur-Cotton-Moore
Washington Business Journal, by Douglas Frueling, January 5, 2018

Anna U Davis and Carolina Falkholt in Conversation at House of Sweden
East City Art, December 4, 2017

13 of Our Favorite Events in D.C. This Week
Popville, December 4, 2017

Hillyer Highlights Immigration’s Impact on Latin America, Portugal, and Spain
The Washington Diplomat, November 29, 2017

Activism and Art: Exhibits to Visit
The Hoya, November 17, 2017

In the Galleries featuring IA&A at Hillyer
The Washington Post Sunday, November 12, 2017

Big Changes Afoot at Hillyer
Washington Post, by Mark Jenkins, November 9, 2017

The Iranian Artists Picturing Their Cities
CityLab, October 16, 2017

In the Galleries featuring Urban Mapping
The Washington Post Sunday, October 8, 2017

Morning Links: Goodbye, Golden Cattelan Toilet Edition
ArtNews, August 21, 2017

22 Of Our Favorite Events in D.C. This Week
DCist, August 20, 2017

In the Galleries featuring CREATE/CHANGE
The Washington Post Sunday, August 20, 2017

The Last Show: The Ebony Fashion Fair “Inspiring Beauty” Exhibit: Fifty Years of Ebony Fashion Fair
Afro, by Andrea L. Young, August 4, 2017

The Gibbes announces new fall exhibit and event lineup celebrating Latin American modern art
Charelston City Paper, By Mary Scott Hardaway, August 1, 2017

Art Exhibition Displays Tools in a Whole New Way
Free Times, July 28, 2017

Nature, Tradition and Innovation: Woodson Art Museum to feature Japanese ceramics
Wassau Daily Herald, by Laura Schulte, June 2017

In the Galleries featuring Heather Theresa Clark
Sculpture Magazine, June 2017

In the Galleries featuring BAGNOLI, BIANCHI, SALVADORI: From The Olnick Spanu Collection
The Washington Post Sunday, May 21, 2017

Frank Lloyd Wright: Architecture of the Interior
The Advocate, by Robin Miller, May 1, 2017

Hidden Figures: 10 Unsung Sites for Art
The Washington Post, Going Out Guide, April 13, 2017

10 unexpected places to find great art in Washington
The Washington Post, by Winyan Soo Hoo and Mark Jenkins, Apr 13, 2017

In the Galleries featuring Preconceptual: Zeigeist IV
The Washington Post Sunday, March 24, 2017

In the Galleries featuring Blaise Tobia
The Washington Post Sunday, February 19, 2017

In the Galleries featuring Heather Clark
The Washington Post Sunday, January 22, 2017

New Exhibition Explores the Evocative, Sensual, and Sculptural Power of Contemporary Japanese Bamboo Art
Asia Society Texas Center, November 15, 2016

At the Hillyer Art Space, Religion Meets Alternative Reality in Three Artists’ Works, 
featuring Joseph Shetler, Rives Wiley, and Jackie Hoysted
Washington City Paper, October 26, 2016

Fall Preview: Bay Area Art Galleries
Bay Area Reporter, by Sura Wood, August 25, 2016

“Shattering Exhibition at Hillyer Art Space” featuring Jin Lee and Rachel Schechtman
The Washington Post, August 21, 2016

In the Galleries featuring Flesh and Bone Juried Show 
The Washington Post, July 24, 2016

Visions from the Street: Photo Gallery at Hillyer Art Space
Street Sense, July 13, 2016

Art Lover’s Guide to Washington, D.C. featuring Hillyer Art Space
Fodor’s Travel, July 11, 2016

In the Galleries featuring Solas Nua
The Washington Post, June 20, 2016

In the Galleries featuring Rikke Kuhn Reigels
The Washington Post, May 15, 2016

Nordic Stars Shine in the US
Scandinavian Living, May 8, 2016

Spring Arts Preview featuring Lina Alattar, and TYPECAST, curated by Jarvis DuBois
The Blade, March 4, 2016

In the Galleries featuring Marc Robarge, Alex L. Porter, Nicole Fall, and Helen Frederick
The Washington Post, February 14, 2016

‘The Capricious Line’ sets artistic milestone for Bellarmine Museum
Fairfield Mirror, by Alicia Phaneuf, February 2016

New Cummer exhibit features work of modern sculptor Alexander Archipenko
Jacksonville, By Charlie Patton, January 30, 2016

In the Galleries featuring Jack Warner and Duly Noted Painters
The Washington Post, January 24, 2016

In the Galleries featuring Adam Bradley, and Chee-Keong Kung
The Washington Post, December 20, 2015

Art Desk featuring Marisa S. White, My Kingdom for a Stage, and Leah Appel
Washington City Paper, November 20, 2015

In the Galleries featuring Leah Appel
The Washington Post, November 22, 2015

Unfolding Origami's Mysteries at Boise Art Museum
Boise Weekly by George Prentice, November 4, 2015

New Exhibit Takes Art Lovers Inside Opulent World of the Romanovs
Royal Russia, Paul Gilbert, October 21, 2015

Museum to Display Lipman's Still Life Reinventions
Montgomery Advertiser, by Liz Ely, October 10, 2015

In the Galleries featuring Susan Grace, and Novie Trump
The Washington Post, September 13, 2015

In the Galleries featuring Rob Hackett, Michelle Dickson, and Kim Llerena
The Washington Post, August 23, 2015

In the Galleries featuring Joseph Crawford Pile
The Washington Post, July 19, 2015

Bob Bullock Museum opens exhibits for Juneteenth
The Daily Texan, by Selah Maya Zighelboim, June 25, 2015

In the Galleries Section featuring Evan Reed, Dane Winkler, and Hsin-Hsi Chen
The Washington Post, June 21, 2015

Dance Theatre of Harlem coming to Charlotte for the first time
Q City Metro, by Glenn Burkins, June 21, 2015

Reginald F. Lewis Museum exhibit demonstrates the influence of the Dance Theatre of Harlem
City Paper, by Maura Callahan, June 16, 2015

New Yorker cartoonist Edward Koren shows social satire at Saginaw Art Museum
MLive, by Sue White, June 2015

40 years for the Dance Theatre of Harlem
The Beacon, May 19, 2015

In the Galleries Section featuring Pulse 15 and Jaanika Peerna
The Washington Post, May 17, 2015

Dance Exhibition Celebrates ‘Firsts’ While Looking to the Future
Huffington Post, by Peter ‘Souleo’ Wright, April 23, 2015

Master bamboo artists weave quite a tale
Florida Today, April 3, 2015

Celebrate the art of black history
Montgomery Advertiser, by Terri Greene, February 16, 2015

At the Frye: an amazing sculptor lost to time, plus ‘action-packed’ abstractions
Seattle Times, By Michael Upchurch, February 15, 2015

Allied Artist, Linda Hesh pays tribute to gay rights at Dupont’s Hillyer
Metro Weekly, February 5, 2015

Arts and Style Section featuring Linda Hesh
The Washington Post, February 1, 2015

Forty-Year Retrospective highlights the accomplishments of Dance Theatre of Harlem
Art Daily, December 25, 2014

Harlem exhibition brings best of dance, art to city
The Journal Gazette, by Keiara Carr, December 19, 2014

Dance Theatre of Harlem traveling exhibition at the FWMoA
Around Fort Wayne, by Stephen Parker, December 19, 2014

Fort Wayne Museum of Art exhibit offers multisensory look at Dance Theatre of Harlem
The News-Sentinel, by Kevin Kilbane, December 18, 2014

In The Galleries Section featuring Visible Iceland and Anthony Palliparambil Jr. 
The Washington Post, November 16, 2014

Fall Exhibits Spread Out in Local Places
Ocala Star, by Dave Schlenker, November 13, 2014

In The Galleries Section featuring Jeffrey Herrity and Lee Gainer
The Washington Post, October 19, 2014

Going Out Guide featuring Jeffrey Herrity, Lee Gainer, and Alex Chiou
The Washington Post, October 2, 2014

Art Desk featuring Rachel Schmidt, and Michele Montalbano
Washington City Paper, September 17, 2014

Galleries Section featuring Rachel Schmidt, Michele Montalbano, and Hillyer Contemporaries
The Washington Post, September 21, 2014

Carol Brown Goldberg Sculptures Coming To Foosaner
Space Coast, By Adam Lowenstein, September 14, 2014

Two shows feature works of Carol Brown Goldberg
Vero News, By Ellen Fischer, September 11, 2014

Galleries Section featuring Flesh & Bone exhibition
The Washington Post, July 20, 2014

Tom Hill’s Erotic Paintings of Men Take Root at Hillyer
Metro Weekly, June 28, 2014

Galleries Section featuring Pam Rogers, Jarri Hasnain, and Eszter Bornemisza
The Washington Post, May 25, 2014

Museum of Russian Icons peeks into Romanov cupboards
Boston Globe, By Sebastian Smee, May 1, 2014

The Ebony Fashion Fair: Changing History on The Catwalk
NPR Morning Edition, by Jacki Lyden, February 15, 2014

Galleries Section featuring J.D. Deardourff & Fawna Xiao
The Washington PostJanuary 19, 2014

Celebrated art forgeries coming to Springfield Museums
The Republican, by Ray Kelley, January 2, 2014

So Valuable, It Could Almost Be Real
The New York Times, by Patricia Cohen, January 1, 2014

Gallery Opening of the Week
The Washington Post, December 6, 2013

Move over Van Gogh, enter the Hillyer Art Space
YOU Are HERE (blog), by Mica Hartman, November 10, 2013

FotoWeek D.C.: D.B. Stovall at Hillyer Art Space, Reviewed
Washington City Paper, by Louis Jacobson, November 5, 2013

Art review: Lauren Frances Moore Evans at Hillyer Art Space
The Washington Post, by Michael O’Sullivan, October 17, 2013

Art Collecting 101
Washingtonian, October 15, 2013

Hillyer Art Space Celebrates FotoWeek with Exhibhitions by Three Local Photographers
localKicks, October 4, 2013

The Giveaway
The New Yorker, by Alec Wilkinson, August 26, 2013

Collection reveals the culture and identity of African Americans through art
Art Daily, August 20, 2013

Gallery shows from Jayme McLellan, Sam Scharf, Artisphere, Stephanie Williams, Rofi
The Washington Post, by Mark Jenkins, July 19, 2013

Think There’s No Room for Emerging Artists in DC? You’re Wrong
Washington City Paper, by Eames Armstrong, July 11, 2013

“Tools in Motion” gives using everyday tools a whole new way of artistic inspiration
Washburn Review, by Michelle Boltz, June 27, 2013

Galleries: Ron Meick’s ‘Extraktions’ puts meaning into fragments
The Washington Post, by Mark Jenkins, June 14, 2013

Exploring continental connections at the Lowe Museum of Art
Miami Herald, By John Coppola, June 28, 2013

J.J. McCracken
The Washington Post, by Michael O’Sullivan, June 7, 2013

Reviewed: Lara Bandilla, Melanie Kehoss, and Millennium Arts Salon at Hillyer Art Space
Washington City Paper, by Louis Jacobson, May 21, 2013

Deep texture and cuts turn paintings into sculpture
The Washington Post, by Mark Jenkins, May 16, 2013

Dupont Circle Gallery Walk
The Georgetowner, by Ari Post, May 8, 2013

In Praise of the Fake
The New Statesman, by Jonathon Keats, May 3, 2013

Fawna Xiao, Hsin-Hsi Chen offer interesting takes on contours
The Washington Post, by Mark Jenkins, April 18, 2013

Lost Land
Washington City Paper, by Caroline Jones, April 12, 2013

In Maisterra’s ‘Passing Through the Body,’ aged is the centerfold
The Washington Post, by Mark Jenkins, March 21, 2013

Chicago History Museum Ebony Fashion Fair ‘Inspiring Beauty’ Exhibit Opens Saturday (PHOTOS)
The Huffington Post, March 15, 2013

Art Walk: Dupont Circle
The Georgetowner, by Ari Post, March 13, 2013

Black Power Dressing
W Magazine, by Vanessa Lawrence, March 2013

John Reuss paintings get under the skin
The Washington Post, by Mark Jenkins, February 14, 2013

The artistic side of hardware
Reporter Herald, December 20, 2012

Ebony Looks to Its Past as It Moves Forward
The New York Times, by Matt Haber, December 7, 2012

Not in it for the Money
New Orleans Magazine, by Noah Charney and Mathew Leininger, November 2012

Soaring at the MACC
The Maui News, by Rick Chatenever, October 25, 2012

Soaring Voices: In their hands, earth takes flight
Maui No Ka ‘Oi, by Rick Chatenever, September/October 2012

Natural Connection at the Mingei Museum
The San Diego Union-Tribune, by Pat Sherman, Sept 2012

How a Couture Pioneer Changed Fashion
The Wall Street Journal , by Christina Brinkley, May 23, 2012

Our year with Marilyn
Elle Canada, by Ava Baccari, April 2012

Edsel & Eleanor Ford House, Grosse Pointe Shores, Michigan and Art of Quilting
Artes Magazine, by Sara Impey, March 20, 2012

Roll Over, Picasso…Origami to be fetaured in art museums across the U.S.
The Paper: The Magazine of OrigamiUSA, by Meher McArthur, March 16, 2012

Art Beat: The Daily Frame
PBS News Hour, by Tom LeGro, March 6, 2012

Persian Visions: Contemporary Photography from Iran
Art New England, by Lindsay J. Westley, March 1, 2012

I Want to Be Marilyn Monroe!
Guia da Semana, March 2012

Quero Ser Marilyn Monroe
Time Out São Paulo, March 2012

LIU Post Review: Hillwood Art Museum
The Pioneer, by Cristina Foglietta, February 29, 2012

Mostra de filmes e fotos celebra Marilyn (in Portuguese)
Metro São Paulo, by Raquel Paulino, February 27, 2012

Denison Museum of Art, Granville, OH, Exhibit- Modern China in Cultural Flux
Artes Magazine, by Beth Pacentrilli, February 10, 2012

Film and photos celebrating Marilyn, February 2012

Dark days get brighter at the Michener, December 15, 2011

In the Arts: Fascinating Shaker show speaks of spirit occupying form
Portland Press Herald, By Philip Isaacson, November 13, 2011

October Events At The Bessie, October 3, 2011

Quilt or art? Exhibit blurs line with innovative works
The Morning Call, by Steve Siegel, October 1, 2011

It will chisel and chip away your preconceptions of tools
The Laurel Magazine, by Donna Rhodes, September 28, 2011

Dazzling quilts, a proven art form
The Inquirer, by Victoria Donohoe, September 23, 2011

Quilts from around the world on display at Michener Art Museum
The Times of Trenton, by Janet Purcell, September 16, 2011

National tour of contemporary Cuban art stops in Bridgeport
Connecticut Post, by Phyllis A.S. Boros, August 11, 2011

“Tools in Motion” reminds us of the artistic primacy of tools
New Times Broward-Palm Beach, by Michael Mills, July 21, 2011

Lois Mailou Jones: A Life in Vibrant Color at The Women’s Museum
Dallas Art News, July 12, 2011

Polaridad Complementaria: Recent Works from Cuba to be displayed at Chernow Art gallery
Bridgeport Banner, by Anson C. Smith, July 2, 2011

Arte en la Charrería exhibit opens at Hubbard Museum
Ruidoso Free Press, by Eddie Farrell, July 2011

‘Origami Engineer’ Flexes to Create Stronger, More Agile Materials – Profile: Zhong You
Science Magazine, by Zeeya Merali, June 17, 2011

Loïs Mailou Jones: A Life in Vibrant Color Showcases The Works Of One Badass Artist
Dallas Observer, by Anna Merlan, June 13, 2011

Persian Visions – Contemporary Photography from Iran, by Katia Porter, April 29, 2011

Gleaning the True Identity of an Enigmatic Forger
The New York Times, by Eve M. Kahn, April 7, 2011

Samurai armor and the art of intimidation
The Fresno Bee, by Donald Munro, April 9, 2011

Rare samurai weaponry exhibition at Fresno State
Fresno State News, March 28, 2011

Young Artists Discover Whimsical Sides During 'Tools in Motion' Activity Day
Naples Daily News, by Jean Amodea, March 26, 2011

4 contemporary Chinese artists show their reflective side
Pittsburg Post-Gazette, by Mary Thomas, March 9, 2011

Crow’s Japanese Ceramicists Indulge in Visual, Conceptual Acrobatics
D Magazine, by Peter Simek, March 1, 2011

Gather Up the Fragments: The Andrews Shaker Collection Features Furniture, Textiles, Baskets, Boxes, Drawings
PR Newswire, March 2011

Tools in Motion Opens March 4 at Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs
Fort Myers Examiner, by Thomas Hall, February 22, 2011

Lethal Beauty: Samurai Weapons and Armor – Clark Center for Japanese Art & Culture, by Kathleen Kim, February 21, 2011

A Journey, Through Art, on the Underground Railroad, by Jacob Comenetz, February 15, 2011

Griot features Holston’s artistic tribute to the Underground Railroad
The St. Louis American, February 10, 2011

Soaring Voices: Recent Ceramics by Women from Japan
Arts & Activities, by Mark M. Johnson, February 2011

Exhibit to showcase 24 Cuban artists
The Post and Courier, by Bill Thompson, January 30, 2011

‘A Life in Vibrant Color’: Lois Mailou Jones’ retrospective opens at Hunter Museum today
The Chattanooga Times Free Press, January 30, 2011

Elusive Forger, Giving But Never Stealing
The New York Times, by Randy Kennedy, January 11, 2011

Haggerty Museum's Persian Visions Casts Iran in a Different Light
Express Milwaukee, by Angelina Krahn, January 2011

She’s Crafty
Dallas Observer, by Michelle Mathews, January 2011

Lois Mailou Jones: Color tells a story
The Washington Post, by Michael O’Sullivan, December 24, 2010

Art East: ‘Voices’ speaking in Olde Towne Slidell
The Times-Picayune, by Kathleen DesHotel, December 4, 2010

Ceramic art exhibit opens on Nov. 19
The Times-Picayune, November 9, 2010

Color In Freedom: Journey along the Underground Railroad
Office of Public Affairs U.S. Mission to the United Nations and Other International Organizations in Geneva, October 15, 2010

China’s sea changes
Los Angeles Times, by Karen Wada, October 10, 2010

Putting a face on a ‘Changing Identity’
Contra Costa Times, by Robert taylor, October 8th, 2010

For pioneering African American painter Lois Mailou Jones, a retrospective
The Washington Post, by Jacqueline Trescott, October 3, 2010

Tribute to an art pioneer
The Washington Post Magazine, by Stephanie Merry, October 3, 2010

70-Year Retrospective Highlights African, Caribbean and American Iconography, October 2010

Katzen Arts Center shows from Japan, Norway reflect different artistic visions
The Washington Post, by Michael O’Sullivan, July 23, 2010

Loïs Major Retrospective of Late Artist Comes to Polk Museum
The Ledger, by Cary McMullen, July 3, 2010

Gao Minglu’s maximalist exhibition blurs boundaries between traditional and contemporary Chinese art, June 25, 2010

In Search of Norman Rockwell’s America
Sankei Express (サンケイ エクスプレス), June 15, 2010

International Expressions Quilt Art
Fiber Artists Coalition, June 11, 2010

Quiet Subversion: Contemporary Cuban art comes to the Sonoma County Museum, by Gretchen Giles, June 2010

Crow Collection of Asian Art Presents Bamboo Works from the Clark Center and the Art of Motoko Maio
ArtDaily, May 4, 2010

His Shaggy World (And Welcome to It)
New York Times, by Ken Johnson, May 2010

“Voices” at the Handwerker
Ithaca Rattle, by Angelina Castillo, April 10, 2010

Form, function and wackiness
Billings Gazette, by Jaci Webb, April 2010

In Search of Norman Rockwell’s America
Sarasota Herald-Tribune, by Susan L. Rife, March 21, 2010

Renaissance-era tapestries at Norton Museum once belonged to Habsburg monarchs
Palm Beach Daily News, by Jan Sjostrom, March 12, 2010

Atlanta Journal Constitution - March 2010
Atlanta Journal Constitution, by Wendell Brock, March 8, 2010

Guide to glass art
Danville Express, February 24, 2010

Norman Rockwell, Kevin Rivoli together: Americana in their art
St. Petersburg Times, by Lennie Bennett, February 21, 2010

Ithaca College’s Handwerker Gallery Will Feature Swedish Ceramic Art
Ithaca College, February 18, 2010

Ringling rediscovers Rockwell’s America through exhibit
Bradenton Herald, by January Holmes, February 7, 2010

Come trip the ‘Light Fantastic’
Danville Express, by Dolores Fox Ciardelli, January 27, 2010

Mulvane Art Museum and Brown v. Board of Education to co-sponsor exhibit
Washburn University, by January 6, 2010

Royal Tapestry Exhibition Travels to U.S. for the First Time
Art Daily, January 2010

Cuban Cultural celebration continues
Times Picayne, by Ana Gershanik, January 2010


Bloc Bloc Bloc to The Phillips: The African Art exhibit includes well-known photographs by Man Ray
NBC Washington, by Asha Beth, December 27, 2009

‘Man Ray’ is fruit of curator’s 14-year journey
Washington Examiner, by Chris Klimek, December 23, 2009

Two Exhibits Gaze Upon Man Ray’s Afterimage
PBS Newshour, by Zoë Pollock and Molly Finnegan, December 16, 2009

Is there religious significance to Man Ray’s African obsession?
The Jewish Press, by Menachem Wecker, December 9, 2009

Rockwell’s America ‘terrific’ or sentimental
City Pages, by Rick LaFrombois, December 3-10, 2009

Modernist Merger: Man Ray Shines with Stylish Juxtapositions of African Art
Washington Diplomat, by Gary Tischler, December 2009

Art collection spotlights Cuban culture
Times Picayne, by Ana Gershanik, December 2009

Museum Participates in a Citywide Influx of Cuban Culture with Two Cuban-Themed Exhibitions, December 2009

Man of the Hour: Jewish Surrealist Artist Man Ray Rediscovered
Jewish Daily Forward, by Benjamin Ivry, November 20, 2009

Rockwell’s America: Did it exist?
City Pages, by Rick LaFrombois, November 19-25, 2009

Washington – The Phillips Collection
The New York Times, by Elizabeth Hopkins, November 14, 2009

Artist pairing helps viewers find ‘America’
Wausau Daily Herald, by Marcia Theel, November 13, 2009

At the Phillips, Black and White, but Never Plain
The Washington Post, by Blake Copnik, October 18, 2009

Man Ray, African Art and the Modernist Lens Premieres at the Phillips Collection, by David A. Maurer, October 10, 2009

Picturing a Continent
Express – WeekendPass, by Amy Cavanaugh, October 8-11, 2009

The livinig Rockwell: Photographer finds painter’s America still alive
South Bend Tribune, by Andrew S. Hughes, October 4, 2009

Shades of Rockwell
The Citizen, by David Wilcox, October 1, 2009

Behind Man Ray’s Masks
ARTnews, by Stephen May, October 2009

The Big Idea – Extreme Origami
National Geographic, by Rob Kunzig, September 15, 2009

‘Lethal Beauty: Samurai Weapons and Armor’
Hanford Sentinel, by Heather Halsey, September 7, 2009

Soaring Voices at the Crocker
Sacramento Press, August 9, 2009

Rockwell’s America lives
The Elkhart Truth, by Jodi Magallanes, August 2009

‘PostSecret’ phenomenon hits Bridgeport’s HMA
Connecticut Post, by Phyllis A.S. Boros, July 24, 2009

Mexican equestrian marvels, by Diane Heilenman, June 19, 2009

Voices: Swedish ceramic artists exhibit their work in Dubuque
The Telegraph Herald, June 19, 2009

Exhibits delight with lightboxes, wardrobe malfunctions
Sun Sentinel, by Phillip Valys, June 17, 2009

Art lovers turn out for Rockwell gala at VAC The long-awaited exhibit will run for eight weeks
Panama City News Herald, by Matt Dixon, June 13, 2009

The Softness of Iron: Welded Sculpture by Orna Ben-Ami
The Detroiter, June 10, 2009

‘Softness of Iron’ exhibit open June 12
Midland Daily News, June 4, 2009

New photo exhibit at the Jepson offers an intimate view of Iran
Savannah Morning News, by Emily Goldman, June 3, 2009

Housatonic Museum of Art To Present PostSecret Exhibition, June 2009

The Light Fantastic: Stained Glasses
New Times Broward-Palm Beach, by Brett Gillin, June 2009

Exhibition Preview: Man Ray, African Art, and the Modernist Lens
African Arts Magazine, by Wendy Grossman and Letty Bonnell, Summer 2009

Israeli to exhibit at at SVSU
The Saginaw News, by Janet I. Martineau, May 30, 2009

Everson to Welcome Frank Warren’s Postsecret Exhibition, April 2009

Revealed: Printmakers from the New Northern Ireland
Artscope, by Rick Agran, March/April 2009

Artist Joseph Holston Depicts Underground Railroad in Most Recent Exhibit
Diverse: Issues In Higher Education, by Michelle J Nealy, March 23, 2009

Trouble Free: Northern Ireland printmakers show at UNH
the WiRE, by Chloe Johnson, March 6, 2009

‘Color in Freedom’ opens Saturday
The Star Press, March 5, 2009

Minnetrista exhibits Joseph Holston’s “Color in Freedom”
Muncie Downtown, March 4, 2009

Color of Freedom: New Black History Exhibit Opens at UMUC
Afro, by Bobby Marvin, February 19, 2009

Photo exhibit shines new light on Iranians
Des Moines Register, by Michael Morain, February 15, 2009

Creating softness with metal
Charlotte Observer, by Dianne Whitacre Straley, February 15, 2009

Persian Visions brings work of top Iranian photographers to C.R. Museum of Art
Ceder Rapids Gazette, February 15, 2009

International art exhibit comes to Hickory: Israeli sculptor brings one‐woman show to art museum
Hickory Daily Record, by Robert C. Reed, February 5, 2009

Albrecht Dürer: St. Petersburg’s Museum of Fine Art
Tampa Bay Metro, by Megan Voeller, January/February 2009

Unmatchable Prints
St. Petersburg Times, by Lennie Bennett, January 25, 2009

Artwork of several centuries examined in Durham exhibit, January 22, 2009

Marilyn mania at the Glenbow
Fast Forward Weekly, by Anita Athavale, December 18-24, 2008

Iconic Imagery
The Times of Northwest Indiana, by Molly Woulfe, November 7, 2008

Albrecht Dürer: Art in Transition at the Mobile Museum of Art Through January 4
Press-Register, by Thomas Harrison, November 2, 2008

Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Democrat & Chronicle, by Stuart Low, November 2, 2008

Frank Lloyd Wright’s House Beautiful
Art New England, by Juanita Dugdale, October/November 2008

Rockwell’s America: Alive and Well
The Saturday Evening Post, September/October 2008

National Traveling Tools Exhibit Making Stop at Everhart Museum
Scranton Times, by Josh McAuliffe, September 25, 2008

Film expert to speak before two screenings
American Press, September 19, 2008

A Dürer Exhibit of Biblical Proportions
Columbia Spectator, by Allie Fisher, September 10, 2008

Albrecht Dürer’s Visual Exegesis
Christianity Today, by Susan Wunderink, August 28, 2008

106 Dürer Prints are one heavenly find for museum
The Journal News, by Georgette Gouveia, August 10, 2008

Candid Camera
American Press, by Victoria Ellender, August 8, 2008

Where the Devils Are in the Details
The New York Times, by Ken Johnson, August 7, 2008

Before, During & After the Fall
The New York Sun, by Lance Esplund, July 24, 2008

Traveling exhibit stops at Metro art gallery
The Metroplolitan, by Rick Brown, June 19, 2008

Sculpture Transformed: The Work of Marjorie Schick at The Fuller Craft Museum, June 3, 2008

A Put-On
Boston Uncommon, by Tina Sutton, May 11, 2008

Marilyn Monroe exhibit coming to Chicago
Chicago Sun-Times, by Fran Spielman, February 28, 2008

VISUAL ARTS REVIEW | The Softness of Iron
Charleston City Paper, by Kevin Murphy, January 16, 2008

Vietnamese art exhibit featured at Hope College
The Grand Rapids Press, by Lucia Rios, January 10, 2008

Review: Profoundly Radical
American Craft, December 2007-January 2008

Photographing The Life That Rockwell Depicted
The New York Times, by Kathryn Shattuck, December 26, 2007

Art students leave their imprints
Billings Gazette, December 14, 2007

Tradition Transformed: Contemporary Korean Ceramics
Ceramic Review, Michael Moore, November/December 2007

Pencil me in for current Bedford exhibit
Contra Costa Times, by Robert Taylor, October 25, 2007

Craft exhibit ‘a bit unusual’
The Bloomington Alternative, by Alison Hamm, October 24, 2007

Leaden Works: Attack of the creeping pencils
East Bay Express, by Rachel Swan, October 17, 2007

Sculpture Transformed: the Work of Marjorie Schick
Indiana Daily Student News, by Lauren Younis, October 8, 2007

The ‘blonde bombshell’: Monroe exhibition may set Art Center records
Sioux City Journal, by John Quinlan, September 28, 2007

Art infused with merengue
Omaha World-Herald, by Dane Stickney, September 27, 2007

The Art of John Dos Passos
The Times and Democrat, September 13, 2007

Tools in Motion: Familiar Tools Become Works of Art in Exhibit
Argus Leader, by Jay Kirschenmann, September 2007

Cassatt to Wyeth: Thorne plays host to important visitors
The Keene Sentinel, by Nicole S. Colson, August 30, 2007

Frank Lloyd Wright and the House Beautiful
Frank Lloyd Wright Quarterly, by Grace Glueck, August 24, 2007

Frank Lloyd Wright, From the Inside and Out
The New York Times, by Roy Proctor, August 24, 2007

Graphite show on tap at UofR
Richmond Times Dispatch, by Roy Proctor, August 19, 2007

Sculpture Exhibition Challenging Yet Accessible
Free Times, July 18, 2007

Renace arte de las cenizas
Al Dia, July 17, 2007

Opulence on the eve of destruction
The Dallas Morning News, by Charles Dee Mitchell, July 16, 2007

Remembering a Legend: Marilyn Monroe
The Herald-Dispatch, by Kali Geldis, July 14, 2007

Columbia Museum of Art hosts exploration of landscape, space
Aiken Standard, by Dr. Tom Mack, July 13, 2007

Lifestyles of the rich and famous, A.D. 79
Fort Worth Star-Telegram, by Gaile Robinson, July 8, 2007

The big show: Columbia Museum of Art not large enough to contain eye-popping sculpture exhibition
The State, by Jo Jeffrey Day, July 1, 2007

Belle Yang
The Washington Post, by Marie Arana, July 2007

Cummer Museum presents ‘Tradition in Transition’
The Times-Union, by Judy Wells, June 15, 2007

Sculpture Transformed: the Work of Marjorie Schick
Dexigner, by Levent Ozler, May 31, 2007

Women artists offer look into Vietnamese culture
The UTD Mercury, by Lauren Buell, May 29, 2007

Exhibit explores magic of Marilyn
Springboro Sun, by Jodi Brock, May 10, 2007

IMMIGRANT STORIES / Film profiles artist and writer who mines family’s past in China
San Francisco Chronicle, by Heather Maddan, May 2007

Dayton Art Institute hosting Marilyn exhibit
Record Hearld, by Lisa Alexander, April 27, 2007

DAI exhibit offers revealing, poignant look into the life of a Hollywood icon
Dayton Daily News (Life & Arts), by Meredith Moss, April 22, 2007

Tools as Art: If an artist had a hammer…
The Mercury News, by Kim Boatman, April 21, 2007

Beauty rises from horror
The Oregonian, by D.K. Row, April 9, 2007

A touching taste of Roman life
Wisconsin State Journal, by Scott Topper, April 1, 2007

Star Power: The Dayton Art Institute showcase the life of Marilyn Monroe
Ohio Magazine, by Linda Feagler, April 2007

Marilyn Monroe exhibit at Dayton Art Institute
Downtowner (by the Dayton Daily News), by Gery L. Deer, April 2007

Sensory Smorgasbord: Internationally renowned sculptors explore the tensions between natural and man-made worlds
Nashville Scene, by David Maddox, March 29, 2007

A peek into 2,000-year-old houses at the Chazen
Isthmus–The Daily Page, by Kenneth Burns, March 23, 2007

The lost world: “In Stabiano” unearths ancient Roman treasures
Isthmus–The Daily Page, by Jennifer A. Smith, March 23, 2007

Chazen Museum brings Ancient Rome to UW
The Badger Herald, by Ashley Jacobs, March 19, 2007

Roman ruins come to Chazen
The Capital Times, by Jacob Stockinger, March 15, 2007

Achiever: The Magazine of University of Maryland University College, by Chip Cassano, Spring 2007

Writer’s Choice: Roman fresco exhibit displays source of modern culture
Wisconsin Week, by Barbara Wolff, February 28, 2007

Looking in the Toolbox and Seeing Art
The New York Times, by Benjamin Genocchio, January 28, 2007

Vietnam values: Women’s perspectives come alive with strokes of cultural, historical nuance
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, by Catherine Fox, January 25, 2007

A high-voltage collection
Orlando Sentinel, by Philip E. Bishop, January 23, 2007

Back to the classics
The Capital Times, by Jacob Stockinger, January 20, 2007

Worldviews in Stillness and Motion 
The Washington Post, by Jessica Dawson, January 6, 2007

Contemporary twist on traditional ceramics
The Irish News, by AP Maginness, January 6, 2007

Ceramics Ireland - 2007
Ceramics Ireland, by Pauline Roberts, 2007

From Cassatt to Wyeth: American Masterworks from the Cedarhurst Center for the Arts
Southern Vermont Arts Center Magazine, 2006/2007

From Cassatt to Wyeth: American Masterworks from the Cedarhurst Center for the Arts
Southern Vermont Arts Center Magazine, 2006/2007

Cassatt to Wyeth: An American collection travels to the Mennello
Orlando Arts Magazine, November/December 2006

James McNeill Whistler: Selected Works from the Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland
Palm Beach County Travel Host, by Peter Black, Winter 2006

Rich life of ancient Rome
Toldeo Blade, by Tahree Lane, November 18, 2006

The shape of change
The Times, by Lennie Bennett, October 15, 2006

El Museo del Barrio analiza el 'ritmo visual' del merenge
Iberia Universal, by Alejandra Villasmil, October 4, 2006

These Walls Can Talk: History comes to Life at the Carlos
Emory Magazine, Fall 2006, by Gail S. Myhre, Fall 2006

A chronology: ‘New York September 11’
The Ann Arbor News, by John Carlos Cantu, August 27, 2006

San Diego Union Tribune
The San Diego Union-Tribune, by Robert L. Pincus, July 20, 2006

SVCA show is American art history in 33 pieces
Rutland Daily Herald, by Richard L. Brown, July 6, 2006

Tool Time
The Manhattan Mercury, by Jeff Wright, June 4, 2006

Exquisite Asian art shows need two viewings
Oakland Tribune, by Diane Weddington, April 20, 2006


Rare Whistler show opens at Boca Raton Museum of Art in Mizner Plaza
Boca Raton News, by Skip Sheffield, December 9, 2005

Art reflects the cycle of life
Honolulu Star Bulletin, by Nadine Kam, November 13, 2005

Tools for Art
Sunday News Lancaster, by Laura Knowles, September 2005

Not just a momma’s boy
Tulsa World, by James D. Watts Jr., August 7, 2005

Screening cultural differences
Rochester City Newspaper, by Alex Miokovic and Heidi Nickisher, June 8, 2005

Earth and Fire
Museums Los Angeles, Summer 2005

Unsuspected Artists
Art & Antiques, by Stephen May, Summer 2005

Pat on back: Colorful, provocative show at art gallery
The Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, by Kitty Corcoran, May 11, 2005

Imprints of freedom
The Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, by Stuart Low, April 24, 2005

Rose-Tinted Visions
Free Times, by Mary Bentz Gilkerson, March 31, 2005

Exhibit at Little Rock museum offers look at Ancient Rome
USA Today, by Rainer Sabin, March 30, 2005

Columbia Art Museum presents ‘Victorian Visions’
Aiken Standard, by Dr. Tom Mack, February 27, 2005

The State, by Jeffery Day, February 11, 2005

Columbia Museum of Art Presents Artworks from Wales
Carolina Arts, February 2005

Noted art scholar presents special talk in Columbia
Herald Independent, January 25, 2005

James McNeill Whistler: Selected Works from the Hunterian Art Gallery
American Art Review, by Peter Black, December 2004

Artist, author Belle Yang crafts tales of immigrants’ hopes, hardships
The Seattle Times, by Tyrone Beason, December 2004

Icons of their times
Museum News, by Paul Ruther, November/December 2004

Whistler at the Dixon
The Commercial Appeal, by Ken Johnson, October 14, 2004

Word to your mother
The Memphis Flyer, by Chris Davis, October 14, 2004

Within the grasp of the master
Memphis Playbook, by Fredric Koeppel, October 29, 2004

Tadpole tells her family’s journey from China to S.F.
San Francisco Chronicle, by Annie Nakao, September 2004

Make room for Helga
The Repository, by Lisa Reigosky, August 9, 2004

Canton Museum of Art staff enjoys unwrapping ‘presents’
The Repository, by Ed Balint, August 2004

Feininger's Photos Open Saturday at SNOMNH
POP, By Christian Potts, July 30, 2004

MMA’s Paris Moderne Exhibit Showcases Art Deco Years
Planet Weekly, by Nicholas Furr, July 2004

Doing Deco, Y’All, in Jackson
The Washington Post, by Jean Lawlor Cohen, June 27, 2004

Russian Evolution: Religious Icons After The ‘Golden Age’
The Washington Post, by Linda Hales, June 5, 2004

Old World Treasures in the Old South
The Wall Street Journal, by Taylor Holliday, June 1, 2004

Exhibition Features Parisian Collection
Chicago Art Deco Society Magazine, Spring/Summer 2004

Moderne miracle
The Times-Picayune, May 12, 2004

Zigi Ben-Haim
Sculpture Magazine, by Lilly Wei, May 2004

Optimisme Bienvenu
Jackson Free Press, by Emily Resmer, March 11, 2004

‘Paris Moderne’
The Clarion-Ledger, by Sherry Lucas, March 5, 2004

Paris Moderne in Mississippi
Black & White, by Danielle McClure, February 26, 2004


Eudora Welty: Writing Wasn’t Her Only Focus
The Washington Post, by Linton Weeks, October 26, 2003

A Second Act for Dos Passos And His Panoramic Writings
The New York Times, by Douglas Brinkley, August 30, 2003

Art park blooms in spring
Sunday Star-Ledger, by Dan Bischoff, May 23, 2003


Hewing the Straight and Narrow, by D. Eric Bookhardt, October 1, 2002

Passionate Observer: Eudora Welty Among Artists of the ’30s
Number, by Lori Herring, Fall 2002

Arctic Appeal: Canadian Embassy Showcases Photos of ‘Endangered Treasure’
The Washington Diplomat, by Anna Gawel, July 2002

Eudora Welty Among Artists of the Thirties
American Art Review, by Patti Carr Black, June 2002

Noted author traded her pen for a camera to capture compelling images of Depression-era American life
AAA Southern Traveler, May/June 2002

Passionate Observer Eudora Welty among Artists of the Thirties
Planet Weekly, by Jason Strazluso, April 10, 2002

‘Bernini of Cranbrook’
The Los Angeles Times, by David Pagel, March 7, 2002

Exhibit to reveal Eudora Welty as a Passionate Observer
The Clarion-Ledger, by Sherry Lucas, March 6, 2002

World-class lineage
Daily Bulletin, by Rick Mortensen, February 23, 2002

Master of Form
San Gabriel Valley Newspapers, by Priscilla Fleming Vayda, February 22, 2002

Art lovers gush over works
The Los Angeles Times, by Matthew Chin, February 2002

Crafting Utopia
O! Arts Magazine, January-February 2002

Exhibit features sculptor’s work
The Los Angeles Times, by Munira Syeda, January 26, 2002


No Absolutes
Colorado Springs Independent, by Dave Rootes, October 18, 2001

The Art of John Dos Passos
Gadfly Online, by Tanya Stanciu, September 10, 2001

In Connecticut, David Smith and Lord Snowdon Reign
The New York Times, by Zimmer, July 20, 2001

The View From Here
The Virginian-Pilot, by Teresa Annas, July 2001

From Russia, With Paint and Politics
The New York Times, by Zimmer, June 10, 2001

Forbidden art out for all to see
The Journal News, by Georgette Gouveia, June 7, 2001

Forbidden Russian art on display in Bruce Museum
The Sunday Hour, by John Christoffersen, May 20, 2001

‘Forbidden Art of Postwar Russia’ At Bruce Museum
Antiques and The Arts Weekly, April 27, 2001

Against the Tide
Fairfield Citizen News, by Lawrence Van Gelder, April 25, 2001

Forbidden Art of Postwar Russia
Fairfield Citizen News, April 18, 2001

‘Lost Generation’ Revisited in Art
Newsday, February 4, 2001


Shaker art: It’s simply beautiful
The Dispatch and The Rock Island Argus, by Julie Jensen, November 9, 2000

Simple pleasures: Shaker art on display at Q-C Museum
The Dispatch and The Rock Island Argus, by Julie Jensen, October 8, 2000

Shaker crafts viewed as art, history
Des Moines Register, by Mary Challender, October 1, 2000

Crafting utopia
Quad City Times, by Alma Gaul, September 24, 2000

Interactive Forces
The Ball State Daily, by Mike Schull, August 17, 2000

Inventive works of noted Swedish sculptor on tour
Chicago Tribune, by Lisa Stein, July 21, 2000

Natural Wonders: Contemporary sculptures sprout on campus
The Star Press, by Mchelle Kinsey, May 26, 2000

Organic Contradictions
The Ball State Daily, by Mike Schull, May 18, 2000

Milles Sculptures
Swedish Press, January 2000


Art world rediscovers figurative work
Corpus Christi Caller Times, by Paige Ross, December 1999

Prints of Russia
Washington City Paper, by Jessica Dawson, October 23, 1998

The Milles connection comes to City Museum
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, by Jeff Daniel, May 26, 1998

Zigi Ben-Haim 
Review Magazine, by Robert C. Morgan, February 1, 1998

The Gibbes Museum of Art
The Post and Courier, February 13, 1997

Southern Splendor: Roses in Fall Bloom
Southern Accents, by Judith Bell, September-October, 1996

Diamonds in Bronze
The Washington Post, by Todd Allan Yasui, October 1, 1990