San Antonio, b.1952

Deborah Kass

Deborah Kass currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

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Biography

Deborah Kass currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

Artworks

2

Being Alive 2003, 2003

Related Categories

20th Century Art / 21st Century Art / American Art / Art of the 1970s / Art of the 2000s / New York / Painting / Pop Art / United States / Watercolor / Watercolor on Gouache / Watercolor Painting / Women Artists / Word as Image

Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • 1974

    BFA, Painting, Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA

  • 1972

    Whitney Museum Independent Studies Program, New York, NY

  • 1970

    Art Students League, New York, NY (1968-1970)

Solo Exhibitions

  • 2017

    “OY/YO,” Williamsburg Ferry Landing

  • 2016

    “Art Histories,” Brand New Gallery, Milan, IT

  • “Deborah Kass: Day After Day,” Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • 2019

    "Word Up!," C24 Gallery, New York, NY

  • “Every Woman Biennial”, La MaMa Galleria, New York, NY

  • “Pop Culture: Selections from the Fredrick R. Weisman Art Foundation,” Ronald H. Silverman Fine Arts Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

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Education

  • 1974

    BFA, Painting, Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA

  • 1972

    Whitney Museum Independent Studies Program, New York, NY

  • 1970

    Art Students League, New York, NY (1968-1970)

Solo Exhibitions

  • 2017

    “OY/YO,” Williamsburg Ferry Landing

  • 2016

    “Art Histories,” Brand New Gallery, Milan, IT

  • “Deborah Kass: Day After Day,” Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY

  • “Deborah Kass: Day After Day,” Neuberger Museum of Art SPACE ¢42, New York, NY

  • 2015

    “No Kidding,” Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NY

  • “OY/YO,” Brooklyn Bridge Park

  • “America’s Most Wanted, 1998-1999,” Sargent’s Daughters, New York

  • 2014

    “feel good paintings for feel bad times,” Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans

  • 2013

    “My Elvis +,” Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NY

  • 2012

    “Deborah Kass: Before and Happily Ever After, a Mid-Career Retrospective,” Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA (catalogue)

  • 2010

    “MORE feel good paintings for feel bad times,” Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NY

  • 2007

    “feel good paintings for feel bad times,” Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NY

  • Paul Kasmin Gallery, Armory Show, New York, NY

  • 2001

    “Deborah Kass: The Warhol Project,“ Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC

  • 2000

    “Deborah Kass: The Warhol Project,” University Art Museum, University of California at Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA

  • “Deborah Kass: The Warhol Project,” Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston, Houston, TX

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • 2019

    "Word Up!," C24 Gallery, New York, NY

  • “Every Woman Biennial”, La MaMa Galleria, New York, NY

  • “Pop Culture: Selections from the Fredrick R. Weisman Art Foundation,” Ronald H. Silverman Fine Arts Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

  • “Wide World of Sports,” Eric Firestone Gallery, East Hampton, NY

  • “About Face: Stonewall Revolt and the New Queer,” Wrightwood 659, Chicago IL

  • “For Freedoms: Where Do We Go From Here?” International Center of Photography, New York, NY

  • “Notebook,” 56 Henry, New York, NY, curated by Joanne Greenbaum

  • “Off the Wall,” Hudson Yards, New York, NY, curated by Culture Corps

  • “Queer Forms,” Katherine E. Nash Gallery at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, curated by Howard Oransky

  • “Stonewall 50,” Brown Foundation Gallery, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Houston, TX

  • “Transamerica/n: Gender, Identity, Appearance Today,” McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, TX

  • 2018

    “Room for Play” Heather Gaudio Fine Art,” New Canaan, CT

  • “Scenes From The Collection,” The Jewish Museum, New York, NY

  • “Something to Say: Brooklyn Hi-Art! Machine,” Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY

  • “True Colors,” Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn Harbor, NY

  • 2017

    “Artists Need to Create on the Same Scale that Society has the Capacity to Destroy,” Mana Contemporary, Jersey City, NJ

  • “Power of Art: Cleveland Clinic Collection,” Center For Design, Cleveland, OH (catalogue)

  • “Text Me: How We Live in Language,” Museum of Design, Atlanta, GA

  • “Anger Management,” Pop-Up Store Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY

  • “Pride of Place,” New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA

  • “True Lies,” Night Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, curated by Simon Cole

  • 2016

    “I See Myself in You: Selections from the Collection,” Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY

  • “Human Interest: Portrait’s from the Whitney’s Collection,” Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, curated by Scott Rothkopf

  • “The Conversation Continues: Highlights from the James Cottrell and Joseph Lovett Collection,” Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL

  • “Tomorrow Never Happens,” SAMEK ART MUSEUM, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA

  • “A Deeper Dive,” Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art, New York, NY, curated by Jonathan David Katz and Andrew Barron

  • “Smile!,” Shin Gallery, New York, NY, curated by Jenny Mushkin Goldman

  • “Art AIDS America,” Bronx Museum, Bronx, NY, curated by Jonthan David Katz and Rock Hushka

  • “Hard Love,” Martos Gallery, New York, NY, curated by Barry Blinderman

  • “Introspective,” Bravin Lee Programs, New York, NY

  • 2015

    “No Man’s Land, Women Artists from the Rubell Family Collection” The Rubell Family Collection, Miami, Fl

  • “Eye Pop: The Celebrity Gaze,” National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC

  • “Art Aids America,” Tacoma Museum, Tacoma, WA D, curated by Jonathan David Katz and Rock Hushka

  • “Kanibalizm? Cannibalism? On Appropriation in Art,” Zachęta—National Gallery of Art, Warsaw, Poland

  • “Marks Made: Prints by American Women Artists from the 1960s to the Present,” Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, FL (catalogue)

  • “Headstrong,” Adam Baumgold Gallery, New York, NY

  • “Once Upon a Time and Now,” LGBT Community Center, New York

  • 2014

    “Global Positioning Systems,” P.rez Art Museum Miami, FL

  • “Spaced Out: Migration to the Interior,” Red Bull Studios, New York, curated by Phong Bui

  • “Blood Flames Revisted,” Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, curated by Phong Bui

  • 2013

    “Come Together: Surviving Sandy, Year 1,” Industry City, Brooklyn, New York, curated by Phong Bui.

  • “I, You, We,” The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY

  • “TEXTURES: The Written Word in Contemporary Art,” ACA Galleries, New York, NY

  • “Beg, Borrow, and Steal,” Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Springs, CA

  • 2012

    “Regarding Warhol: Sixty Artists, Fifty Years,” The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY (catalogue)

  • “Sculpted Matter,” Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NY

  • “We The People,” The Rauschenberg Foundation, New York, NY, curated by Alison Ginera, Jonathan Horowitz and Anna McCarthy

  • “Larger Than Life: A Century of Hollywood” Jewish Museum Vienna, Austria

  • 2011

    “Hide/Seek: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture” Brooklyn Museum, NY (through February 2012)

  • “Seeing Gertrude Stein: Five Stories” The Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, CA and the National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC (catalogue)

  • “American Chambers: Post 90s American Art” Gyeongnam Art Museum, Changwon City, S. Korea curated by Iris Moon

  • “The Pittsburgh Biennial” The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA curated by Eric Shiner

  • “Mixed Messages,” La MaMa Gallery, New York, NY

  • “Identity Crisis: Authenticity, Attribution and Appropriation,” The Heckscher Museum of Art, Huntington, NY

  • “The Deconstructive Impulse” Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY (catalogue)

  • “January White Sale,” Loretta Howard Gallery, New York, NY, curated by Beth Rudin DeWoody (catalogue)

  • 2010

    “Shifting the Gaze: Painting and Feminism,” The Jewish Museum, New York, NY curated by Daniel Belasco

  • “Hide/Seek: Desire, Difference, and the Invention of the Modern American Portrait,” National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC curated by Jonathan Katz (catalogue)

  • “At the Edge,” Portsmouth Museum of Fine Art, Portsmouth, NH

  • “Thanks for Being With Us: Contemporary Art from the Douglas Nielsen Collection,” The Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ (catalogue)

  • “Shrewd: The Smart and Sassy Survey of American Women Artists,” The Sheldon Museum of Art, Lincoln, NE

  • “Think Pink,” Gavlak Gallery, Palm Beach, FL, curated by Beth Rudin DeWoody

  • “Look Again,” Marlborough Chelsea, New York, NY (catalogue)

  • 2009

    “Beg Borrow and Steal,” Rubell Family Collection, Miami, FL (catalogue)

  • “Just What Are They Saying” Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, New Orleans, LA, curated by Beth Rudin DeWoody

  • “The Female Gaze,” Cheim & Read, New York, NY

  • “Lover,” On Stellar Rays, New York, NY, curated by Kate Gilmore

  • “sh[OUT],” Glasgow Museums Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow, Scotland (catalogue)

  • “Note to Self,” Schroeder Romero, New York, NY

  • “Great Women Artists: Selections from the Permanent Collection,” Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY, curated by Thom Collins

  • 2008

    “Art, Image, and Warhol Connections,” The Jewish Museum, New York, NY

  • “Just Different!,” Cobra Museum of Modern Art, Amstelveen, Netherlands, curated by Frank Wagner

  • “Thirtieth Anniversary Exhibition,” Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans, LA

  • “Twisted into Recognition: Clich.s of Jews and Others,” Spertus Museum, Chicago, IL

  • “typisch!,” Jewish Museum Berlin, Berlin, Germany

  • 2007

    “What F Word?,” Cynthia Broan Gallery, New York, NY, curated by Carol Cole Levin

  • “Culture and Continuity: The Jewish Journey,” The Jewish Museum, New York, NY

  • 2006

    “The Eighth Square,” The Ludwig Museum, Cologne, Germany, curated by Kasper Konig and Frank Wagner

  • 2005

    “American Art: 1960 - Present, Selections From the Permanent Collection,” Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC

  • “Appropriate Appropriation,” Gray Kapernekas Gallery, New York, NY

  • “Co-Conspirators: Artists and Collectors, The James Cottrell and Joe Lovett Collection,” Chelsea Museum, New York, NY and Samuel Dorksy Museum, New Paltz, NY, curated by Sue Scott

  • “Trade,” White Columns, New York, NY, curated by Matthew Higgs

  • “Upstarts and Matriarchs: Jewish Women Artists and the Transformation of American Art,” Mizel Center for Arts and Culture, Denver, CO

  • “Very Early Pictures,” Arcadia University Art Gallery, Glenside, PA, traveling to Luckman Gallery, California State University, Los Angeles, CA

  • 2004

    “Open House: Working in Brooklyn,” Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY, curated by Charlotta Kotik and Tumelo Mosaka

  • “Likeness: Artists’ Portraits of Artists by Other Artists,” (2004-2006), co-organized by CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, and iCI (Independent Curators International), New York, and circulated by iCI, curated by Mathew Higgs. Traveled to: California College of Arts, Wattis Institute, San Francisco, CA; McColl Center for Visual Art, Charlotte, NC; Institute for Contemporary Art, Boston, MA; Dalhousie University Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada; University Art Museum, California State University at Long Beach, Long Beach, CA; Illingworth Kerr Gallery, Alberta College of Art & Design, Calgary, Alberta, Canada; Contemporary Art Center of Virginia, Virginia Beach, VA (catalogue)

  • “Disturbing the Peace,” Danese Gallery, New York, NY

  • “Muse,” Leslie Tonkonow Gallery, New York, NY

  • “Co-Conspirators: Artists and Collectors, The James Cottrell and Joe Lovett Collection,” Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL, curated by Sue Scott

  • 2003

    “Influence, Anxiety and Gratitude,” MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, MA, curated by Bill Arning

  • “Crimes and Misdemeanors: Politics in U.S. Art of the 1980’s,” Cincinnati Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati, OH, curated by Thom Collins

  • “The Recurrent Haunting Ghost, Reflections of Marcel Duchamp in Modern and Contemporary Art,” Francis M. Naumann Fine Art, New York, NY

  • 2002

    “Queer Visualities,” Stony Brook University Art Gallery, Stony Brook, NY, curated by Carl Pope

  • 2001

    “A Family Album: Brooklyn Collects.,” Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY

  • “Voice, Image, Gesture: Selections from The Jewish Museum’s Collection 1945-2000,” The Jewish Museum, New York, NY

  • “Contemporary Art and Celebrity Culture,” Betty Rymer Gallery, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL

  • “Recasting the Past: Beneath the Hollywood Tinsel,” Main Art Gallery, Cal State University, Fullerton, CA

  • 2000

    “Revealing and Concealing: Portraits and Cultural Identity,” Skirball Museum, Los Angeles, CA, (catalogue)

  • “Deja vu: Reworking the Past,” Katonah Museum, Katonah, NY, curated by Barbara Bloemink

Projects

  • 2019

    “Nobody Puts Baby in the Corner,” T-Shirt, Artists for Dignity For All

  • 2018

    “Andy Warhol: The Culture of Now.” WarholxWhitney episode 1, Whitney Museum of American Art. November 5. Web video.

  • “Don’t Stop” 50 Artists Design a Cover for New York Magazine.

  • “Vote: Your Life Depends on it” Billboard for the project For Freedoms. Zing Magazine issue 25, illustration project

  • 10th Annual Latke Festival, Brooklyn Museum, guest judge

  • 2016

    “VOTE HILLARY” Official Commemorative Print for the Democratic Convention

  • 2014

    Visual AIDS’ third annual benefit print, “Enough Already”

  • 2012

    BAM 150 Celebration fund raising print

  • 2011

    New Museum and Art Production Fund, “After Hours: Murals on the Bowery”

  • 2010

    ACRIA: Aids Community Research Initiative of America Fundraising Print

  • “The Cube Show,” IMG MGMT Series, artfagcity.com

  • 2008

    Art Production Fund Vote pin

  • 2004

    “Deborah Kass: After Andy,” segment for Gallery HD for Voom High Definition TV

  • 2002

    “Enough About Me,” Momenta Art, Brooklyn, NY, curator

  • 2000

    “America’s Most Wanted” online project for The Robert Shiffler Foundation, Dayton, OH, curated by Barry Rosenberg

Grants/Awards

  • 2017

    Jewish Museum Annual Purim Gala Cultural Honoree

  • 2016

    Neuberger Museum of Art, Passionate Artist Award

  • 2015

    Oregon College of Art and Craft, Doctor of Arts, Honoris Causa

  • Coalition for the Homeless, Art Walk Honoree

  • 2014

    New York Foundation for the Arts, Hall of Fame Inductee

Collections

  • Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts, Stanford University, Stanford, CA

  • Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA

  • Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY

  • Chemical Bank, New York, NY

  • Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH

  • Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT

  • First Bank of Minneapolis, Minneapolis, MN

  • Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne, IN

  • Glickenhaus Company, New York, NY

  • The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY

Lectures/Talks

  • 2019

    “Art Forum: a Conversation with Deborah Kass and Lisa Dennison, Moderated by Doug Kass,” High Ridge Country Club, Palm Beach, FL

  • “Art Matters: Talking About Art with Arnold Lehman,” Phillips and Phaidon, New York, NY

  • “Dialogue and Discourse: Eric Marcus in Conversation with Ross Bleckner and Deborah Kass,” The Jewish Museum, New York, NY

  • “The Place of Art in Placemaking,” City of Tomorrow: Real Estate, Architecture & Design Summit, 92nd Street Y, New York, NY

  • 2016

    “Lapidus Lecture: Deborah Kass,” Princeton University, Princeton, NJ.

  • 2014

    “Contemporary Talks: Deborah Kass,” Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Columbia University, NY, Visiting Artist, Graduate Program

  • Yale University, Senior Critic, M.F.A. Painting Department, New Haven, CT (2014-2015)

  • 2012

    Insert MET Panel

  • 2007

    “Painting in New York, Then and Now,” National Academy Museum, New York, NY, Panelist

  • “Double X Art,” organized by Ad Hoc Vox, Brooklyn Fireproof, Brooklyn, NY, panelist

  • 2006

    Yale University, Critic M.F.A. Painting Department, New Haven, CT

  • 2003

    New York University, New York, NY, Visiting Artist, Graduate Program

  • “The Legacy of Andy Warhol,” Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, NY, Panelist

  • “Women in the Art World,” National Academy of Design, New York, NY, Panelist

  • 2001 Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC, “Artist Symposium with Deborah Kass”

  • 2000

    Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, Visiting Artist, Graduate Program, photography

  • The Katonah Museum, Katonah, NY, “Looking Backwards While Moving Forward,” panelist

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  • 2019

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  • Cascone, Sarah. “Editors’ Picks: 16 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World This Week.” Artnet February 19. Web.

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  • Editors. “Inside the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s Starry Gala.” Town & Country May 16. Web.

  • Editors. “The Jewish Museum- Artist programs with Ross Bleckner, Deborah Kass, and Meredith Monk.” e-flux March 1. Web.

  • Editors. “News: They Were Exploring a New World: Arnold Lehman on His Exhibition of Postwar American Women Artists at Phillips.” ARTnews July 25. Web.

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  • “The Jewish Museum Launches New Audio Tours Featuring A Range of Perspectives”. Broadway World July 18. Web.

  • 2018

    BBW Newsdesk. “Scenes From the Collection Opens Sunday at the Jewish Museum." Broadway World January 16. Web.

  • Bosworth, Sara. “OY/YO Sign Moving to Brooklyn Museum.” Brooklyn Daily Eagle, August 31st 2018. Web.

  • Brand New Gallery. “Deborah Kass News”. Brand New Gallery Newsletter September 12. Email.

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  • Culliton, Kathleen. “Brooklyn Museum Has A Message For Crown Heights: YO/OY”. Prospect Heights Patch September 5. Web.

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  • Farago, Jason. “A Museum’s Fresh Take on the Whole Megillah.” The New York Times. January 25. Web.

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  • Goba, Kadia. “Word Up!” Bklyner. October 1. Web.

  • Gross an, Dan. "A Fascinating Revamp at the Jewish Museum" Jewish Currents. January 22. Web.

  • Halle, Howard. “The Top Five New York Art Shows This Week” Timeout New York. December 31. Web.

  • Hochwald, Lambeth. “Orange Is the New Black’s Alysia Reiner Tackles Motherhood in Egg” Parade Magazine. April 21. Web.

  • Hong, Sukjong. “Brooklyn Museum will activate its public spaces with a year of text-based installations,” Architects Newspaper. August 31. Web.

  • Lauren, Amanda. “Influencers and Entrepreneurs Share Their Secrets To Designing An Instagrammable Living Room” Forbes. September 21. Web.

  • Lauren, Amanda. “How 2018 Became The Year of Viral Candy Art Sensation byrobynblair” Forbes. December 30. Web.

  • Lilly, Amy. “Industrial Materials, Agrarian Aesthetic in the Wagner- Katz home,” Seven Days VT. December 8. Web.

  • McKeough, Tim. “Fuzzy Thinking: Artist-Designed Rugs” The New York Times, October 4. Print and Web.

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  • Wong, Pamela. “This Week in BKLYNER: OY/YO, Garden Train, Secret Tunnel & More” Bklyner. October 7. Web.

  • Young, Michelle. “58 NYC Outdoor (and Indoor) Art Installations Not to Miss in November 2018,” Untapped Cities. November 1. Web.

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  • “Heather Gaudio Fine Art exhibits works by Ellen Carey, Deborah Kass, Robert Sagerman and Andrés Schiavo,” Art Daily. December 13. Web.

  • “Morning Links: Figure in Movement Edition” Artnews. October 5. Web.

  • "Museum Appoints White Woman As African Art Curator, Sparks Outrage" Newsweek. March 29. Web.

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  • 2017

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  • Margolies, Jane. “Trading One Salon For Another.” The New York Times December 26. Web.

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  • “Artist Deborah Kass Wishes We All Had More #Jewtude.” Medium.com February 20. Web. "OYYO" News 12 Brooklyn. July 13 2017. Television.

  • "Text Me: How We Live in Language at Museum of Design Atlanta". Dexigner 1 August. Web.

  • “Who Owns What? Who Can Speak for Whom?” Frieze.com September 27. Web.

  • 2016

    Abrams, Loney. “The Art History Behind Deborah Kass’s Warhol-Esque Attack on Donald Trump”. Artspace July 12. Web.

  • Bee, Susan and Mira Schor. “M/E/A/N/I/N/G: The Final Issue on A Year of Postive Thinking-3”. M/E/A/N/I/N/G December 9. Web.

  • “Best of 2016: Our Top 15 Brooklyn Art Shows”. Hyperallergic December 23. Web.

  • Boucher, Brian. “Deborah Kass Creates Warhol-Style Anti-Trump Art for Hillary Clinton”. The Huffington Post July 11. Web.

  • Boucher, Brian. “Get Your Warhol-Style Anti-Trump Art by Deborah Kass”. Artnet July 11. Web. Boucher, Brian. “The 10 Best Stories on Art and Politics of 2016”. Artnet News December 28. Web.

  • Brooks, Katherine. “A New Yorker’s Guide to Getting Outside and Seeing Art This Spring”. The Huffington Post May 13. Web.

  • Buffenstein, Alyssa. “Gallery Hopping: The Brash Pop Appropriations of Deborah Kass at Brand New, Milan”. Artnet October 14. Web.

  • Chait, Jonathan. “How to Live With, For, and Against Trump’s America”. New York Magazine 14- 27 November (ill. C.). Print.

  • Cotter, Holland. “Got an Hour? See the Met These 4 Ways”. The New York Times December 8. Print.

  • Dally, Jan. “The hunt for new histories”. Financial Times February 26. Web.

  • Davis, Ben. “This Is the Art That Mattered From the 2016 Presidential Election.” Artnet News. November 7. Web.

  • “Deborah Kass and Paul Anthony Smith at Brand New Gallery, Milan.” Mousse Magazine. October 22. Web.

  • DeFrazio, Charlotte. “Click”. Modern Luxury Manhattan January, February: 26-27 (ill. C). Print. Deliso, Meredith. “Best outdoor activities in NYC, from a Governors Island slide to public art”. AM New York November 15. Web.

  • Delson, Susan. “How the Art World Responded to AIDS”. The Wall Street Journal July 10. Web.

  • Dunne, Carey, “From Kass and Kruger to Koons, Artists Overwhelmingly Endorse Clinton for President.” Hyperallergic November 4. Web.

  • Farley, Michael Anthony. “There’s So Much Giant Single-Word Public Artwork in New York City.” ArtFCity April 20. Web.

  • Frank, Priscilla. “These Feminist Artists Are Tired Of Being Told to Smile.” Huffington Post Arts and Culture May 4. Web.

  • Frank, Priscilla. “New York Magazine’s Pop Art Cover Compares Trump to Nixon.” Huffington Post Arts and Culture November 15. Web.

  • Fraser, Trevor. “’Familiar Mysteries’ and ‘The Converstion Continues’ at Orlando Museum of Art”. Orlando Sentinel September 22. Web.

  • Gabler, Neal. Barbara Streisand: Redefining Beauty, Femininity, and Power. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2016. 3. Print.

  • Gabler, Neal. “What We Write About When We Write About Barbra Streisand.” Forward April 28. Web.

  • Goldsher, Tess. “’This is James Carville-Approved’: A Few Minutes with Deborah Kass on her Pro- Hillary Print”. Artnews July 13. Web.

  • Halperin, Julia. “Creating value around women artists: the chief curator’s view.” The Art Newspaper May 3. Web.

  • Harris, Gareth, Julia Haperin, Javier Pes. “What does a female artist have to do to get a major solo show?” The Art Newspaper April 29. Web.

  • Holt, Lester. “Yo! See New York’s Newest Sculpture That Has Some Saying ‘Oy’”. NBC Nightly News November 13. Television.

  • Johnson, Paddy and Michael Anthony Farley. “The Best of Everything, 2016”. Art F City December 30. Web.

  • Kett, Reid. “Top News Photos: June 30”. ABC News/KSTP-TV June 30. Web.

  • Kinsella, Eileen. “18 Female Artists Give Advice To Women Starting Out in the Art World”. Artnet July 21. Web.

  • Latimer, Tirza True. “Improper objects: performing queer/feminist art/history.” Otherwise: Imagining queer feminist art histories. Ed. Amelia Jones and Erin Silver. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2016. 97-99. Print.

  • Luke, Ben. “Artists raise millions for Hillary Clinton.” The Art Newspaper. November 3. Web.

  • Marder, Lisa. “Can You Name Five Women Artists?”. About.com March 4. Web. NYC-ARTS. PBS. New York, NY November 3. Television.

  • Oakley, Nancy. “Greensboro’s Art Museum”. O. Henry January: 70-75 (ill. C). Print.

  • Pes, Javier and Gareth Harris. “The Brit pack rolls into New York during Frieze week.” The Art Newspaper May 6. Web.

  • Rooney, Kara L. “Mel Bochner and Alighiero Boetti Verba Volant Scripta Manent.The Brooklyn Rail February 25. Web.

  • Samilow, Jared. “Yiddish Is Making a Comeback and for Good Reason.” Haaretz February 10. Web.

  • Scher, Robin. “Deborah Kass: ‘Damn Straight, I Voted!!!’” Art News November 8. Web.

  • Siegler, Mara. “Art world campaigns for Hillary Clinton.” Page Six August 30. Web.

  • Singh, Tanya. “Hilarious Works of Art Inspired by Donald Trump.” The News Hub July 25. Web.

  • Solomon, Deborah. “Review: A Brave Show on Arts and Aids.” WNYC July 29. Web.

  • Sutton, Benjamin. “Yo, Make Deborah Kass’s Public Sculpture in Brooklyn Permanent!” Hyperallergic February 25. Web.

  • Tomorrow Never Happens. Exhibition catalogue. Samek Art Museum, Bucknell University Lewisburg, PA. 20-21 & 82, 83 & 89 (ill. C). Print

  • Trebay, Guy. “The Whitney’s Got a Bag of Its Own.” The New York Times April 28. Web. 1 May: ST12. Print.

  • Urist, Jacoba. “The Lenny Interview: Deborah Kass.” Lenny August 5. Web.

  • Urist, Jacoba. “The Lenny Interview: Deborah Kass.” Yahoo Style August 8. Web.

  • Vartanian, Hrag. “Required Reading.” Hyperallergic July 10. Web.

  • Voon, Claire. “From Bob Ross to a Monet Haystack, This Year’s Best Art-Related Halloweeen Costumes.” Hyperallergic November 1. Web.

  • Walker, Ameena. “The Best New Public Pieces to See in NYC This Summer.” Curbed New York May 23. Web.

  • Walker, Melissa. “These Groundbreakers Are Shaking the World Up Their Own Way.” Good Housekeeping June 16. Web.

  • Witten, Patti. “Urban studies field trip tours Brooklyn’s changing landscape.” Cornell Chronicle October 13. Web.

  • Zax, Talya. “3 Things We Learned From Deborah Kass’s Lenny Interview.” Forward August 5. Web.

  • Ziamou, Lilia. “Eric Shiner on Promoting Andy Warhol’s Legacy.” The Huffington Post June 3. Web.

  • “31 Tremendous, Classy, Very Terrific Portraits of Donald Trump.” The Huffington Post August 10. Web.

  • “Antennae Roundup.” World of Interiors June: 85 (ill. 1). Print.

  • “Datebook: Deborah Kass at Brand New Gallery, Milan.” Blouin Artinfo September 23. Web.

  • “The day in photos: June 30, 2016.” New York Post June 30. Web.

  • “Deborah Kass.” The New Yorker January 11. Print.

  • “How Avant-Garde Was Vermeer? See 5 Contemporary-Art Echoes of the Dutch Master.” Artspace May 19. Web.

  • “OY/YO Forever.” Artcritical February 23. Web. “Pictures of the Week.” Associated Press July 5. Web.

  • “Things to Do on Long Island, Feb. 13 Through Feb. 21.” New York Times February 14. LI9 (ill. C). Print.

  • 2015

    Marks Made: Prints by American Women Artists from the 1960s to the Present. Exhibition catalogue. Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, FL. 70 & 71. Print.

  • Ates, Tiffany Y. “Who Crafts the Image in Celebrity Portraiture?” Smithsonian June 3. Web.

  • Barsamian, Edward. “The LGBT Community Center Relaunches with a Powerful Art Exhibition.” Vogue February 2. Web.

  • Blakemore, Erin. “Does This Brooklyn Sculpture Say ‘Oy’?” Smithsonian November 13 Web.

  • Bromwich, Jonah. “An Exclamation, Any Way You Look at It.” New York Times November 12: Cover, A 28 (ill. C). Print.

  • Carlson, Jen. “Photos: New Brooklyn Sculpture Shouts “OY” At Manhattan.” Gothamist November 10. Web.

  • Cascone, Sarah. “Deborah Kass’s ‘OY/YO’ Sculpture Lands in Brooklyn but Speaks to All the Boroughs.” Artnet News November 11. Web.

  • D’Agostino, Paul. “L Rex: Art.” The L Magazine June 2. Web.

  • Faircloth, Kelly. “Let’s Determine Once and For All Whether This Brooklyn Sculpture Says ‘Yo’ or ‘Oy’.” Jezebel November 11. Web.

  • Freiman, Tami-Katz and Anna Stothart. NO MAN’S LAND – Women Artists from the Rubell Family Collection. exhibition catalogue. Rubell Family Collection, Miami. 118-119 (ill. C). Print.

  • Gill, Lauren. “It’s ‘Oy’ to the world!” Bay Ridge Courier 20 November: Cover, 50 (ill. C). Print.

  • Halle, Howard. “Pop Smarts.” Time Out New York December 2: 54-55 (ill. C). Print.

  • Halle, Howard. “The best public art to see in NYC this winter.” Time Out New York November 25. Web.

  • Halle, Howard. “Critic’s Picks.” Time Out New York June 3: 53. Print.

  • Herriman, Kat & Gassman, Gay. “(Really) Early Works.” New York Times August 30: ST3. Print.

  • Herriman, Kat and Gay Gassmann. “Can You Match These Artists With Their Childhood Works?” The New York Times Style Magazine August 27. Web.

  • Huska, Rock, and Jonathan David Katz. Art Aids America. Tacoma: Tacoma Art Museum, 2015: Cover, 24. (ill. C). Print.

  • Johnson, Ken. “Review: Deborah Kass Takes Mug Shots of the Art World.” New York Times June 4: C22 (ill. B/W). Print.

  • Johnson, Paddy. “Everyone in Their Twenties Looks Gorgeous: Deborah Kass on Her New Show at Sargent’s Daughters.” Art F City May 20. Web.

  • Jurek, Irena. “The Secret History of Contemporary Art | Episode 9 | Deborah Kass.” Whitehot Magazine February 23. Web.

  • Kaphur, Titus, Sarah Schulman, Karen Wilkin. Deborah Kass: No Kidding. New York: Paul Kasmin Gallery, 2015. Print.

  • Keck, Catie. “Deborah Kass: Feeling Black & Blue.” Whitewall July 23. Web.

  • Lauren, Amanda. “Ladies We Love: Deborah Kass.” Ravishly May 25. Web.

  • Laster, Paul. “Painter Deborah Kass looks back on her two-decade career”. TimeOut December 2. Print.

  • Lipman, Steve. “Two Words, Two Letters, One Sculpture In Brooklyn.” The Jewish Week November 17. Web.

  • Lautréamont, Agathe. “« YO / OY » : quand une sculpture essaie de nous parler,” Exponaute November 12. Web.

  • Martinez, Alanna. “11 Things to Do in New York’s Art World Before May 22.” NY Observer May 18. Web.

  • Mason, Shana Beth. “Deborah Kass, Double Yentl (My Elvis).” The Miami Rail March. Web.

  • Mason, Shana Beth. “Between Frieze NY and Art Basel.” KUNSTforum May 29. Web.

  • Mason, Shana Beth. “Kass Isn’t Kidding: Deborah Kass at Paul Kasmin Gallery.” AQ. December 21. Web.

  • Nochlin, Linda. “Deborah Kass: Portrait of the Artist as an Appropriator.” Women Artists: The Linda Nochlin Reader. Ed. Maura Reilly. New York: Thames & Hudson, 2015. 226-229 (ill. C). Print.

  • Sandler, Irving. Swept Up by Art: An Art Critic in the Post-Avant-Garde Era. Brooklyn: Rail Editions, 2015. 26, 99, 106, 107. Print.

  • Saltz, Jerry. “New York Has Solved the Problem of Public Art. But at What Cost?” Vulture December 17. Web.

  • Sheets, Hilarie M. “Yo, New York, Oy!” New York Times October 23: C22. Print.

  • Simmons, William J. “True to Form: Deborah Kass Shakes Up the Canon.” Blouin Modern Painters. Dec: 60-65. (ill. C). Print.

  • Symonds, Alexandria. “Art as Social Critique— With a Little Help From the Rolling Stones and Katy Perry.” The New York Times December 9. Web.

  • Symonds, Alexandria. “Cynical Notes.” The New York Times. December 13: ST3 (ill. C). Print.

  • Yerebakan, Osman Can. “Deborah Kass and America’s Most Wanted Curators.” Filthy Dreams June 3. Web.

  • Zalman, Jonathan. “Here’s How to Linguistically Gussy Up That Sweet OY/YO Sculpture: Artist Deborah Kass brings some flavor to Brooklyn Bridge Park with one massive, amphibious word.” Tablet November 11. Web.

  • “9 Art Events To Attend In New York City This Week.” ARTnews May 18. Web.

  • “The Approval Matrix.” New York Magazine November 16: 120 (ill. C). Print.

  • “Brooklyn sculpture says it all in a NY way.” The Times of Israel November 13. Web.

  • “Deborah Kass, ‘America’s Most Wanted,’ 1998-1999.” Time Out New York 18 May: 57 (ill. B/W). Print.

  • “Deborah Kass on Athenian vases.” The Artist Project: The Metropolitan Museum of Art March 25. Web.

  • “Deborah Kass: The Artists Respond: Women Artists of Different Generations Speak Out.” ARTnews June: 54 (ill. C). Print.

  • “Huge YO/OY sculpture in Brooklyn references urban slang.” Associated Press November 13. Web.

  • “Huge YO/OY sculpture in Brooklyn references urban slang.” USA Today November 13. Web.

  • “Reasons to Love New York.” New York Magazine December 14: 62. (ill. C). Print.

  • “Yo or y?: NYC sculpture with two perspectives.” Associated Press November 13. Web Video.

  • 2014

    Allen, Libby. “Art Mounger” Art + Design. Winter 2014. pp. 73.

  • Aletti, Vince. “Boys and Girls: Looking for style in some very unexpected places.” W Magazine August 26. Web.

  • Binlot, Ann. “Artists Take Over Two Outdoor Malls in Massachusetts and Florida.” The New York Times Style Magazine September 17. Web.

  • Bookhardt, D. Eric. “Review: Four Shows at Arthur Roger Gallery.” Best of New Orleans October 20. Web

  • Carey, Brainard, “Interviews by Brainard Carey - Deborah Kass.” Yale radio WYBC February 3. Web.

  • Fischner-Rathus. Lois Foundations of Art and Design 2e. Cengage Learning; 2 edition. 2014. Deborah Kass “After Louise Bourgeois”. 253 (ill. C). pp 253. Print.

  • FitzGerald, Michael. Post-Picasso: Contemporary Reactions. exhibition catalogue. Museu Picasso, Barcelona. 63 (ill. C), 125. Print.

  • Johnson, Ken. “Phong Bui Curates ‘Bloodfalmes Revsisted’.” The New York Times August 7.

  • Mansion, Gracie. “Interview with Deborah Kass at Paul Kasmin Gallery.” Artnet January 3. Web.

  • Merrell, Gus. “Shopping Center ‘The Street’ Serves as Venue for Arts and Music.” The Heights September 17. Web.

  • Moffatt, Tracey. “Interview with Deborah Kass.” Art Calls November. Web.

  • Mohr, Codi. “Summer and Surrealism at Paul Kasmin Gallery’s ‘Bloodflames Revisited’.” Whitewall July 21.

  • Morris, Bill. “The Writing on the Museum Wall When Artists Channel Writers.” The Millions 2 January. (ill. C). Web.

  • Norman, Lee Ann. “Burning Inside: Passion, Politics, and Disruption at Paul Kasmin.” Art Critical June 26. Web.

  • “Deborah Kass Would Like to Thank the Academy.” Gallerist March 23. Web.

  • Ross, Leslie DR. Language in the Visual Arts. The Interplay of Text and Imagery. McFarland. 2014. pp 99-100, 179, 183. Print.

  • Seda-Reeder, Maria. “Art for the People: Local art collector Sara Vance Waddell shares her collection of prominent feminist art.” City Beat. August 13. Web.

  • Shao, Yiqing, “The Street in Chestnut Hill Debuts New Public Art by Deborah Kass.” Boston September 2014. Web.

  • Sutton, Benjamin. “Phong Bui and Paul Kasmin Revisit Historic ‘Bloodflames’ Show.” Artnet May 27. Web.

  • “The Art of Copying: Ten Masters of Appropriation.” Artsy Editorial February 11. Web.

  • Blood Flames Revsisted. Exhibition catalogue. Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York. 2014.

  • “‘Bloodflames Revisited’ Turns the White Box Upside Down all Over Again.” BlackBook June.

  • “Bloodflames Revisited.” Time Out New York August 4. Web.

  • “Phong Bui Talks Curating at Kasmin and His First Exhibition Since “Surviving Sandy.” In the Air- Art + Auction’s Gossip Section. Blouin Art Info. June 26. Web.

  • “Deborah Kass Would Like to Thank the Academy.” Gallerist March 23. Web.

  • “Down to Earth: Landscape Designer Cedar Baldridge.” Papercity August: 24 (ill. C). Print.

  • “The New Royals: Artful Living.” W Magazine August 15. pp. 183.

  • 2013

    Allenchey, Alex. "Q&A: In Depth: Deborah Kass on Warhol, Painting, & Trading Art with Chuck Close." Artspace January. Web.

  • Belcove, Julie L. "Not to be missed: Deborah Kass at Paul Kasmin." 1st Dibs Introspective January. Web.

  • Cembalest, Robin. “Art Basel Miami Beach as Told Through Pictures of Words.” ARTnews December 6: (ill. C). Web.

  • Chang, Bee-Shyuan. "Art-Shopping for Stars, So They Don't Have To." New York Times March 7: E11. Print.

  • Colucci, Emily. "Has Deborah Kass Saved Warhol Appropriation?." Hyperallergic January 4. Web.

  • Esposito, Frank. "Deborah Kass." Artinfo, February. Print.

  • Goldstein, Andrew. “10 of the Best Artworks at Art Basel Miami Beach 2013.” Artspace December 5: (ill. C). Web.

  • Gamerman, Ellen. “Click, Bid, Collect.” Wall Street Journal Magazine November Issue 41: 62 (ill. C). Print.

  • Halle, Howard. "Top five shows: Jan 31–Feb 6, 2013."Time Out New York. January. Web.

  • “Art: Deborah Kass, ‘My Elvis.’" Time Out New York 14 February: 34. Print.

  • Halperin, Julia. "25 Questions for Voracious Appropriationist Deborah Kass." Blouin ArtInfo February 5. Web.

  • Heartney, Eleanor, Helaine Posner, Nancy Princenthal, and Sue Scott. The Reckoning: Women Artists of the New Millennium. Munich: Prestel. 20 (ill. C), 70. Print.

  • Johnson, Ken. "Art in Review: Deborah Kass: ‘My Elvis.’" New York Times February 15: C21 (ill.C). Print.

  • Kass, Deborah. Someday is Now: The Art of Corita Kent. Ed. Ian Berry and Michael Duncan. Munich: Prestel. 146 (ill. C). Print

  • Laster, Paul. "Deborah Kass, ‘My Elvis.’" Time Out New York February 14. Print.

  • Lescaze, Zoë. "The Revolutionary and the Reformist: Deborah Kass and Robert Storr at the New York Public Library." GalleristNY 18 January. Web.

  • Lord, Catherine and Richard Meyer. Art & Queer Culture. London: Phaidon Press Limited. 39, 172 (ill. C), 383. Print.

  • Montgomery, Susan Barbieri. "Representing Clients in the Arts: Five Things Lawyers Should Know." Landslide January/February: 7. Print.

  • Moon, Grace. "Deborah Kass, Pants Roles." VelvetPark February 19. Web.

  • Norwich, William. “Palm Beach Pop.” Elle Decor December No. 201: 140-144 (ill. C). Print.

  • Rubenstein, Bradley. "Identifying with Deborah Kass." Culture Catch January 22. Web.

  • Smith, Roberta. “Art, a Balm After the Storm.” New York Times December 7: C1, C7 (ill. C). Print.

  • Art For Rollins: The Alfond Collection of Contemporary Art, Volume 1. Ed. Abigail Ross Goodman. Dalton MA: Studley Press. 56-57 (ill. C). Print.

  • “The Five Best Shows: June 27-July 3, 2013.” Time Out New York June: 41. Print.

  • "New York Artists Now: A Special Issue of The New York Observer." GalleristNY February 25: B6. Print.

  • 2012

    Brohm, Anna and Valeska Schneider. Ein Wunsch Bleibt Immer Übrig: 12 Jahre Museum Ludwig: Eine Auswahl. Köln: Museum Ludwing, 2012. Print.

  • Cosby, Allison. “Sex, culture, pop: Deborah Kass.” The Tartan 5 November. Web.

  • Denson, G. Roger. “Did Men Invent Art to Become Women? Must Women Become Men to Make Great Art?” The Huffington Post January 20. Web.

  • Denson, G. Roger, “Deborah Kass at the Warhol Museum Seeing Through the Mirror of Her Times,” The Huffington Post November 17. Web.

  • Duray, Dan. “Paul Kasmin Plans Deborah Kass ‘Yentl’ Show.” Gallerist NY September 13. Web.

  • Hirsch, Faye. “Woman Under the Influence.” Art in America November: 123-129. Print.

  • Kadet, Annie. “The Art Scene, Then & Now.” Wall Street Journal March 3: (ill. C). Print.

  • Kaufman, Dave E. Jewhooing the Sixties: American Celebrity and Jewish Identity. Lebanon, NH: Brandeis University Press. 16, 91-92, 260-262 (ill. C), 289. Print.

  • Kennedy, Randy. “Leaving Polarization at the Door.” The New York Times September 27: C1 (ill. C). Print.

  • Klein, Barbara. “Personal Pop.” Carnegie Magazine Fall: 10-11 (ill. C). Print.

  • Liebmann, Lisa and Brooks Adams. “Not About Ethel Merman.” Deborah Kass: Before and Happily Ever After. The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA, in association with Skira/Rizzoli, New York, NY. Print.

  • Maunsell, Jerome Boyd. “Eyes on writing.” The Times Literary Supplement April 13: 10. Print.

  • McCaffety, Kerri, New Orleans, New Elegance. New York: The Monacelli Press. 174 (ill. C.), 192 (ill C.). Print.

  • Michaelson, Jay. “The Way I Was: Confessions of a Gay Jewish Streisand Ignoramus.” The Jewish Daily Forward October 8 (ill. C). Print.

  • Moore, Deborah Dash, and Nurith Gertz. The Posen Library of Jewish Culture and Civilization, Volume Ten: 1973-2005. Vol. 10. New Haven: Yale University Press. 566. Print.

  • Pasori, Cedar. “Deborah Kass Retrospective Coming to The Warhol Museum.” Complex June 19. Web.

  • Pollock, Griselda. “Making Space for Myself: Taking a Closer Look with Deborah Kass.” Deborah Kass: Before and Happily Ever After. The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA, in association with Skira/Rizzoli, New

  • York, NY. Print.

  • Ponnekanti, Rosemary. “Eye-opening exhibit challenges perceptions at TAM.” The Bellingham Herald March 16. Print.

  • Prather, Marla. “Interview with Deborah Kass.” Regarding Warhol: Sixty Artists, Fifty Years. Ed. Mark Rosenthal, Marla Prather, Ian Alteveer, and Rebecca Lowery. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. 88, 102 (ill. C), 173 (ill. C), 180-184 (ill. C), 272. Print.

  • Sandler, Irving. “Deborah Kass: Do Something Special.” Deborah Kass: Before and Happily Ever After. The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA, in association with Skira/Rizzoli, New York, NY. Print.

  • Sekoff, Hallie. “Deborah Kass on Appropriation, Barbra Streisand, and the Dissolving Middle Class.” The Huffington Post October 27. Web.

  • Shaw, Kurt. “Artist Displays Her Warhol Roots.” Pittsburgh Tribune November 3: (ill. C). Print.

  • Sheets, Hilarie. “Riffing on Forefathers and Mothers.” The New York Times, Arts and Leisure October 28: 19 (ill. C). Print.

  • Shiner, Eric, ed. “The Identification of Deborah Kass.” Deborah Kass: Before and Happily Ever After. The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA, in association with Skira/Rizzoli, New York, NY. Print.

  • Smith, Emily. “Warhol Wives.” New York Post October 4: 14. Print.

  • Smith, Roberta. “The In-Crowd Is All Here: ‘Regarding Warhol’ at the Metropolitan Museum.” The New York Times September 13. Print.

  • Storr, Robert. “Kassquerade.” Deborah Kass: Before and Happily Ever After. The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA, in association with Skira/Rizzoli, New York, NY. Print.

  • Sutton, Benjamin. “Deborah Kass, Feminist Warhol Appropriator, Getting Major Retrospective at Warhol Museum.” Artinfo June 11. Web.

  • Tabachnick, Toby. “Shades of Warhol.” The Jewish Chronicle October 26. Print.

  • Thomas, Mary. “Art Notes: Two great exhibits could provide an unusual holiday treat.” Pittsburgh Post Gazette December 19. Web.

  • Waters, John. “John Waters Interviews Deborah Kass.” Deborah Kass: Before and Happily Ever After. The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA, in association with Skira/Rizzoli, New York, NY. Print.

  • Wesserman, Nadine. “Deborah Kass wrestles with Warhol’s legacy… at The Warhol.” Pittsburgh City Paper November 21. Print.

  • Wolff, Rachael. “Warhol Warhol Everywhere.” ARTnews September 4: cover, 76-81 (ill. C). Print.

  • Jews and Theater in an Intercultural Context. Ed. Nahshon, Edna. Leiden: Knoinklijke Brill. 350- 352 (ill. B/W). Print.

  • “Agenda.” Vanity Fair March: 128 (ill. C). Print.

  • 2011

    Baker, Kenneth. “Gertrude Stein gets her due in ‘Five Stories.’” San Francisco Chronicle 21 May. Print.

  • Barron, James. “A Metal Gate Makeover.” The New York Times May 2: (ill. C). Print.

  • Bassi, Shaul. Essere Qualcun Altro: Ebrei Postmoderni e Postcoloniali. Venice, Italy: Libreria Editrice Cafoscarina. cover (ill. C). Print.

  • Bernstein, Amy. “The Beginning of the End of Us: a Conversation with Deborah Kass.” portlandart.com May 5. Web.

  • Bigger Than Life 100 Years of Hollywood: A Jewish Experience. Jewish Museum Vienna, Bertz and Fischer, Berlin, Germany, 171 (ill. C), 195. Print.

  • Cemblast, Robin. “Yentl Telepathy?” letmypeopleshow.com April 25. Web.

  • Corbett, Rachel. “Frieze Art Fair, Lonely Americans.” Artnet October 20. Web.

  • Core Jr. “The New Museum & Friends to take over the Bowery for the ‘Festival of Ideas for the New City.’” Core 77 April 1. Web.

  • Corn, Wanda M., and Latimer, Tirza True. Seeing Gertrude Stein: Five Stories. Berkley, CA: University of California Press. 310-315, 314, 326-331, 335 (ill. C). Print.

  • Denson, G. Roger. “XX Chromosocial: Women Artists Cross the Homosocial Divide.” The Huffington Post March 8. Web.

  • Grinberg, Emanuella. “How the Drugs of the 60s Changed Art.” CNN July 15. Web.

  • Hodara, Susan. “Taking on the Role of Gender in Media.” The New York Times March 13: WE9 (ill. C). Print.

  • January White Sale. Loretta Howard Gallery, New York, NY. 29 (ill. C). Print. Curated by Beth Rudin DeWoody

  • Johnson, Ken. Are You Experienced?: How Psychedelic Consciousness Transformed Modern Art. New York: Prestel. 8, 82, 172 (ill. C). Print.

  • Kaplan, Elizabeth Kahn. “Mind-stimulating exhibit at Heckscher Museum.” Times Beacon Record January 27. Print.

  • Kiedrowski, Thomas. Andy Warhol’s New York City: Four Walks Uptown to Downtown. New York: The Little Bookroom. 23. Print.

  • Levin, Gail. Lee Krasner A Biography. New York: William Morrow. 412-13. Print.

  • Moyer, Carrie. “The Deconstructive Impulse.” Art in America May 11: (ill. C). Print.

  • Princenthal, Nancy. “In Theory: Postmodernism and Polemics.” The Deconstructive Impulse. Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY. 28, 116, 117 (ill. C). Print.

  • Reed, Christopher. Art and Homosexuality: A History of Ideas. New York: Oxford University Press. 187, 235, 237 (ill. B/W). Print.

  • Rosenberg, Karen. “Jewish Museum: ‘Shifting the Gaze: Painting and Feminism.’” January 28. Russeth, Andrew. “Artists Patricia Cronin and Deborah Kass to Rest Forever in Bronx Cemetery.” The New York Observer September 12. Web.

  • Samuels, Tanyanika. “Bronze version of ‘Memorial to Marriage’ sculpture of artist and her wife returning to Woodlawn.” New York Daily News September 15. Web.

  • Schechter, Joel. “Picasso’s Muse and Warhol’s, Too.” The Jewish Daily Forward May 27. Print.

  • Shaw, Anny. “Spreading the Word.” The Art Newspaper, Art Basel Miami Beach Daily Edition December 3-4: 6. Print.

  • Shiner, Eric. “Roving Eye: Lost Shermans, Lost Flowers.” Art in America April 8. Print.

  • Shridhare, Lori. “Modern-day Neon Expressionism.” Sign Builder Illustrated March (cover, ill. C). Print.

  • “Heckscher Museum Presents Identity Crisis: Authenticity, Attribution and Appropriation.” artdaily.org February 10. Web.

  • “Deadlines and Headlines.” NYFA March 25. Web.

  • “Art for the Young at Heart.” The Art Newspaper, Frieze Art Fair Weekend October 15-16: 3 (ill. C). Print.

  • Vibbert, Katherine. “When Art has an ‘Identity Crisis.’” The Long-Islander, Life and Style January 13: (ill. B/W). Print.

  • Wallin, Yasha. “With APF, New Museum Continues to Spruce Up Bowery.” Art in America May 6. Print.

  • Will, Barbara. Gertrude Stein, Modernism, and the Problem of “Genius.” Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. 165. Print.

  • Zaytoun, Constance. “Enough Already! It’s Deborah Kass’ Turn to Take the Stage.” TDR: The Drama Review – the journal of performance studies. Vol. 55, no. 3 (T211). Fall: 116 (ill. B/W). Print.

  • Zeitz, Lisa. “Im Schatten des genialischen Machos.” FAZ.net May 31. Web.

  • The Cambridge Dictionary of Judaism and Jewish Culture. Ed. Baskin, Judith R. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 34, 336 (ill. C.). Print.

  • 2010

    Acevedo, Carla. “Deborah Kass: Feel Good Paintings.” DaWire September 24. Web.

  • Arnold, Liz. “Scene Stealer.” Luxe Interiors + Design. Vol 8, Issue 1. 239 (ill. C). Print.

  • Belasco, Daniel. “Size Matters: Notes on the triumph of feminist art.” Lilith Fall. Print.

  • Birkner, Gabrielle. “Audio Slideshow: 80 Years of Feminist Art.” The Jewish Daily Forward September 28. Print.

  • Budick, Ariella. “Shifting the Gaze: Painting and Feminism, Jewish Museum, New York.” Financial Times October 27.

  • Cox, Johanna. “‘Look Again’ at Marlborough Chelsea.” Elle January 26. Print

  • Delich, Joe. “Sheldon’s ‘Shrew’d’ exhibit features contemporary American women artists,” Daily

  • Nebraskan February 14. Print. Feiler, Alan H. “Art and Culture.”

  • Finch, Charlie. “My Favorite Fifty.” Artnet August 18. Web. Finch, Charlie. “Kassasstrophies.” Artnet October 7. Web.

  • Finch, Charlie. “Shamelessly Plugging My Middle Aged friends.” Artnet January. Web.

  • Forward Staff. “Forward Fives: 2010 in Exhibitions.” The Jewish Daily Forward December 29. Print.

  • G. “More Feel Good Paintings for Feel Bad Times by Deborah Kass.” according2g.com October 26. Web.

  • Goldsworthy, Rupert. “Deborah Kass: Back to Broadway.” Art in America October 15. Web.

  • Heartney, Eleanor. “Look Again.” Marlborough Chelsea, New York, NY. 14 (ill. C)

  • Hoffman, Barbara. “Art show is Matzo Fun.” New York Post September 13: 38 (ill. C). Print.

  • Homes, A. M. “Elizabeth Streb.” BOMB No. 112 Summer: 88 (ill. B/W). Print.

  • Kertess, Klaus. “Art & Artifacts.” Hamptons Cottages and Gardens, July: 56 (ill. C). Print.

  • Johnson, Paddy. “IMG MGMT Begins Today,” artfagcity.com, September 7

  • Kass, Deborah, “IMG MGMT: The Cube Show.” artfagcity.com October 19.

  • Katz, Jonathan. Hide/Seek: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture. National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. 55, 238, 239 (ill. B/W). Print.

  • Kelley, Douglas. “The Douglas Kelley Show List.” dks.thing.net September 22. Web.

  • Kertess, Klaus. “Art & Artifacts.” Hamptons Cottages and Gardens July 1: 56 (ill. C). Print.

  • Kley, Elizabeth. “Artnet Gossip.” Artnet August 20. Web.

  • Kunitz, Daniel. “Meme: It’s Not Just for Women Anymore.” ARTINFO September 17. Web.

  • LaCava, Stephanie. “It Girls: Casey Fremont and Karline Moeller.” Vogue January 13. Print.

  • Lagnado, Caroline. “The Canvas of Jewish Feminism.” thejewishweek.com September 15. Web.

  • Laster, Paul. “Deborah Kass: The Painted Word.” Flavorwire October 7. Web.

  • Levin, Ann. “Done by a Woman.” Jewish Quarterly. Winter: 57-61 (cover, ill. C). Print.

  • McClemont, Doug. “Doug McClemont’s top 10 shows in new York.” Saatchi Online September 28. Web.

  • more feel good paintings for feel bad times. exhibition catalogue. Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York. 2010.

  • Myers, Terry R. “Deborah Kass with Terry R. Myers.” Brooklyn Rail September 34-38. (cover ill. C) Print.

  • Nadelman, Cynthia. “Deborah Kass.” Artnews December: 11 (ill. C). Print.

  • Russeth, Scott. “Singing on the Edge of Extinction: A Q&A with Painter Deborah Kass.” Artinfo October 19. Web.

  • Sandler, Irving. “Deborah Kass.” Bomb Magazine September. Web.

  • “Deborah Kass, Barbara Bloom and Bruce Nauman.” Artinfo September 24. Web.

  • “Deborah Kass | Paul Kasmin,” ArtHag.com October 5. Web.

  • “Marlborough Gallery Presents Group Exhibition ‘Look Again.” artdaily.org January 12 (ill. B/W). Web.

  • “More Feel Good Paintings for Feel Bad Times.” Velvetpark September 23. Web.

  • “Short List.” The New Yorker January 25. Print. “Short List.” The New Yorker October 4. Print.

  • “’Shrew’d’ survey of American women artists opens Feb. 12 at Sheldon,” UNL.edu February. Web.

  • “The Deconstructive Impulse.” berkshirefinearts.com December 30. Web.

  • Think Pink. exhibition catalogue. Gavlak Gallery, Palm Beach, FL. 48 (ill. C). Print. “Upcoming Picks.” artlog.com. Web.

  • “Velvetpark’s Official Top 25 Significant Queer Women of 2010,” Velvetpark December 27. Web.

  • Uruchima, Jesse. “Your Last Chance to ‘Feel Good’ at Paul Kasmin Gallery.” NewYork.nearsay.com October 26. Web.

  • Wells, Nicholas. “Deborah Kass: More Feel Good Paintings for Feel Bad Times.” cityarts.com October 14. Web.

  • Wolgamott, Kent L. “A Look at Upcoming Art Shows at Sheldon, Area Museums.” Journalstar.com January 9. Web.

  • Wolin, Joseph R. “Deborah Kass, ‘Mo e Feel Good Paintings for Feel Bad Times.” Time Out New York, Issue 786 October 21-27. Print.

  • 2009

    “Beg Borrow and Steal.” Rubell Family Collection, Miami, FL. 128-129 (ill. C). Print.

  • Brookhardt, D. Eric. “Modern Language Association.” The Gambit, Vol. 30, No. January 3. Print.

  • Grave, Romanov. “Modern Mistress.” romanovgrave.com December 6. Web.

  • Laster, Paul. “The Female Gaze,” The Daily Beast July 30. Web.

  • Mattera, Joanne. “The Women, Part 2: Women Look at Women at Cheim & Read.” Joannemattera.blogspot.com August 5. Web.

  • Plitt, Amy. “Ten Best Permanent Collections.” Time Out New York July 21. Print.

  • Radcliffe, Allan. “sh[OUT]: Contemporary Art and Human Rights.” The List, Issue 626 April 2. Print.

  • Robinson, Walter. “Weekend Update.” Artnet. Web.

  • Sherman, Chris. “A Touch of Basel.” FloridaTrend.com December 1. Web.

  • sh[OUT]. Glasgow Museums Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow, Scotland. 26 (ill. C). Print.

  • “’Yentl’ in Pop Culture.” barbratimeless.com January. Web.

  • 2008

    Jews and Sex. Ed. Nathan Abrams. Nottingham, England: Five Leaves Publications. 127-128 (ill. B/W). Print.

  • Batalion, Judy. “Seeing Shlock: Jewish Humour and Visual Art.” Jewish Quarterly, No. 211, Autumn: (cover, ill. C). Print.

  • Blair, Callen, “Figure Painting,” portfolio.com January 2. Web.

  • Boris, Staci. “The New Authentics: Artists of the Post-Jewish Generation.” Chicago, IL: Spertus Museum, Spertus Press. 21. Print.

  • Cohen, Jayne. Jewish Holiday Cooking: A Food Lover’s Treasury of Classic and Improvisations. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. 4. Print.

  • Cummings, Caroline. Thirsty Media. Web.

  • Finch, Charlie. “What Obama Should Have Borrowed.” Artnet. Web.

  • Leffingwell, Edward. “Review of Exhibitions.” Art in America January (ill. C). Print.

  • Shandler, Jeffrey. “What is American Jewish Culture?” The Columbia History of Jews & Judaism in America. Ed. Marc Lee Raphael. New York: Columbia University Press. 356. Print.

  • Wagner, Frank. Just Different! Cobra Museum of Modern Art, Amstelveen, Netherlands. 15 (cover, ill. B/W). Print.

  • typisch! Stereotypes of Jews and Others. Jewish Museum Berlin, Berlin, Germany. 98, 99 (ill. C). Print.

  • “Art, Image, and Warhol Connections,” The Jewish Museum March 16. Web. “Fairground,” Vanity Fair October: (ill. C). Print.

  • Just what Are They Saying? Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, New Orleans, LA. 20 (ill. C). Print.

  • 2007

    Baigell, Matthew. Jewish Art in America: An Introduction. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield. 171, 224, 225 (ill. B/W). Print.

  • Colman, David. “Sunday Style, Possessed.” The New York Times February 18. Print.

  • Cotter, Holland. “That Sanitation Truck Parked on the Pier? It’s Part of the Show.” The New York Times February 23. Print.

  • Douglas, Sarah. “Go Solo.” Art + Auction February 7. Print.

  • Duponchelle, Valerie. “New York fait son grand Armory Show.” Le Figaro February 23. Print.

  • Finch, Charlie. “Another Opening, Another Show.” Artnet September 10. Web.

  • Finch, Charlie. “The Return of Midcareer.” Artnet September 3. Web.

  • Galloway, David, “Reviews, The Eighth Square,” Artnet March (ill. B/W). Web.

  • Johnson, Paddy. “Art Fag City at The L Magazine: Fall Preview.” ArtFagCity September 12. Web.

  • Kass, Deborah. “THE SEVENTIES.” The Brooklyn Rail September. Print. Klein, Sheri. Art & Laughter. London, England: I. B. Tauris. 8, 24, 70-2. Print.

  • Levin, Carol Cole. What F Word? Cynthia Broan Gallery, New York, NY (ill. C). Print.

  • Macchione, Mikko. “Artful in the Vieux Carre.” Louisiana Homes and Gardens September (ill. C). Print.

  • Maine, Stephen. “Poles of the Feminist Spectrum.” The New York Sun October 4. Print.

  • McCaffety, Kerri. “Artistic Development.” Louisiana Homes and Gardens July (ill. C). Print.

  • McClermont, Doug. “Last Chance.” Saatchi Gallery Online October 8. Web.

  • Mirzoeff, Nicholas. “Seinfeld: BFI TV Classic.” British Film Institute, London. 88. Print.

  • Mueller, Stephen. “The Word May Be the Thing.” Gay City News September 20: (ill. C). Print.

  • Orenstein, Gloria Feman. “Torah Study, Feminism and Spiritual Quest in the Work of Five American Jewish Women Artists.” Nashim, A Journal of Jewish Women’s Studies & Gender Issues. The Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem, The Hadassah-Brandeis Institute, and The Indiana University Press, no. 14, Fall: 98. Print.

  • Kori Newkirk 1997-2007. Ed. Samir Patel. Fellows of Contemporary Art and The Studio Museum in Harlem. 29. Print.

  • Pollack, Barbara. “Reviews, Deborah Kass.” Artnews November: (ill. C). Print.

  • “Art Listings.” Time Out New York September 13 – 27. Print.

  • “Deborah Kass, Feel Good Paintings for Feel Bad Times.” The Art Newspaper September. Print.

  • “Galleries, Deborah Kass.” The New Yorker October. Print. “Galleries, Short List.” The New Yorker September 3, 10, 24. Print.

  • “Go Solo.” Art + Auction February. Print.

  • “In the Trade.” The Art Newspaper January. Print.

  • “The Armory Show.” ArtNexus 9 February: (ill. C). Web.

  • 2006

    Amato, Micaela Amateau and Joyce Henri Robinson. Couples Discourse. Palmer Museum of Art, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA. 8, 16-7, 64-5 (ill. C). Print.

  • Felix Gonzalez-Torres. Ed. Julie Ault, Julie. Gottingen, Germany: steidldangin. 236 (ill. C). Print.

  • Bloom, Lisa. Jewish Identities in American Feminist Art. New York: Routledge. cover, 3, 6, 12, 110- 114 (ill. C). Print.

  • Buhr, Elke. “Könige und Königinnen.” Frankfurter Rundschau August 25. Print.

  • Danicke, Sandra. “Androgyne Kunst.” Frankfurter Rundschau August 26 (ill. B/W). Print.

  • Douglas, Sarah. “Staying Power.” Art + Auction November: (ill. C). Print.

  • Eichler, Dominic. “The Eighth Square.” Frieze November/December: (ill. B/W). Print.

  • Finch, Charlie. “A Visit With Deb and Pattie.” Artnet January 16: (ill. C). Web.

  • Groß, Roland. “Nackt unter einem Schottenrock.” Ruhr Nachrichten August 23: (ill. B/W). Print.

  • Holzhey, Magdalena. “Ein Plädoyer für Toleranz.” Kunstbulletin October: (ill. B/W). Print.

  • Jendrzej, Manuela. “Das achte Feld.” Glanzstück Fall: (ill. B/W). Print.

  • Vanitas 2: Anarchisms. Ed. Vincent Katz. Saline, MI: McNaughton & Gunn. 164 (ill. C). Print.

  • Knezevic, Diana. “Sexuelle Revolution am Kölner Dom.” L.mag September/October (ill. B/W).

  • Kuhn, Nicola. “Das große Wechselspiel.” Tagesspiegel August 20.

  • Meister, Helga. “Plastik-David mit güldenem Schamhaar.” Westdeutsche Zeitung August 23.

  • Mirzoeff, Nick. “‘That’s All Folks’: Contemporary Art and Popular Culture.” A Companion to Contemporary Art Since 1945. Ed. Amelia Jones. Oxford, England: Blackwell Publishing. 501. Print.

  • McCaffety, Kerri. The Chandelier through the Centuries. New Orleans, LA: Savoy House, Vissi d’Arte Books. 150. (ill. C). Print.

  • Peitz, Dirk. “Was guckst du so doof?” Süddeutsche Zeitung August 18. Print.

  • Roth, Sandra. “Maskerade der Geschlechter.” Art August.

  • Schock, Axel. “Rollenwechsel.” Hinnerk September: (ill. B/W). Print.

  • Sch oeder, Annette. “Seiltanz auf der Geschlechtergrenze.” Bonner Rundschau, Kölnische Rundschau August 19.

  • Smith, Roberta. “The Name of This Show Is Not: Gay Art Now.” The New York Times July 7. Print.

  • Stiftel, Ralf. “In fremden Kleidern.” Soester Anzeiger, Westfälischer Anzeiger, Lüdenscheider Nachrichten. September 23.

  • Stremmel, Kerstin. “La vie en rose?” Neue Züricher Zeitung October 17.

  • Tomkins, Calvin. “Department of Precocity; Artists in their Youth.” The New Yorker February 27. Print

  • “Sexualität ganz anders.” On Time October: (ill. B/W). Print.

  • The Eighth Square, Gender, Life, and Desire in the Arts since 1960. Ed. Wagner, Frank, Kasper Konig, Julia Freidrich. Museum Ludwig, Hatje Cantz Verlag, Germany. 20, 21,101-106, 274 (ill. C). Print.

  • Weber, Eckhard. “Links gestrickt.” Du & Ich October: (ill. B/W). Print.

  • 2005

    Barnard, Elissa. “Portraits of Artists by Other Artists.” The Chronicle Herald. Canada: Halifax, Nova, Scotia. Saturday, July 16, (ill. C). Print.

  • Bergeron, Chris. “The Tables Are Turned: ‘Portraits of Artists by Other Artists’ at Boston’s ICA.” Transcript, March 31.

  • Cotter, Holland. “Trade.” The New York Times February 25. Print.

  • Goodbody, Bridget L. “Opportunity Knocks.” Art Review September/October. Print.

  • Hopkins, Randi. “I Know What Girls Like.” The Portland Phoenix January 9.

  • Millis, Christopher. “The Quick and the Dead.” The Providence Phoenix January 28.

  • Pagel, David. “A Lens and a Mirror.” Los Angeles Times September 7. Print.

  • Pepe, Sheila. “Women Challenge a Male Domain.” Gay City News July 7: (ill. C). Print.

  • Scruggs, Greg. “Hot Artist-on-Artist Action at the ICA.” The Harvard Independent March 10. Print.

  • Temin, Christine. “Here’s Looking at You.” The Boston Globe January 23. Print.

  • Seeing and Beyond: Essays on Eighteen- to Twenty-First-Century Art in Honor of Kermit S. Champa. Ed. Johnson, Deborah J. and David Ogawa. New York: Peter Lang Publishing Inc. 419-438, 434-438 (ill. B/W). Print.

  • “Likeness: Portraits of Artists by Other Artists.” The Somerville News February 7.

  • “Likeness: Portraits of Artists by Other Artists.” Sky Lights March-April.

  • “Quick Escapes, Boston.” The New York Times January 14: (ill. B/W). Print.

  • 2004

    Cochran, Rebecca Dimling. “Pop Star.” Art Review December/January: (ill. C). Print.

  • Gross, Jamie. “Artalk.” Artnews April: (ill. C). Print.

  • Halberstam, Judith. “Hidden Worlds: Photography and Subcultural Lives.” Art Becomes You! Parody, Pastiche and the Politics of Art. Ed. Henry Rogers and Aaron Williamson. Birmingham, England: Article Press, UCE Birmingham Institute of Art and Design. 88-92 (ill. C). Print.

  • Higgs, Matthew. Likeness: Portraits of Artists by Other Artists. CAA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art and Independent Curators International, San Francisco, CA. 16, 54, 67 (ill. C). Print.

  • Honigman, Ana Finel. “Inspired.” Artnet. (ill. C). Print.

  • Mulligan. “Small Museums Celebrate Diverse Cultures.” Psychiatric News February.

  • Rubenstein, Raphael. “Independent and international: Highlights of the Cottrell-Lovett Collection.” Co-Conspiritors: Artist and Collector. The Collection of James Cottrell and Joseph Lovett, Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL. 25, 26, 45. Print.

  • Scott, Sue, “Co-Conspiritors: Artist and Collector, the Making of a Collection.” Co-Conspiritors: Artist and Collector. The Collection of James Cottrell and Joseph Lovett, Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL. 14, 15. Print.

  • Solomon, Julie. “At 100, Still Asking ‘Why Should It Be Easy?’” The New York Times, Arts Section January 21: 1 (ill. C). Print.

  • Westerbeke, Julia. “The Muse at Leslie Tonkonow.” Time Out New York February 5-12: (ill. C). Print.

  • Wilkin, Karen. “Open House: Working in Brooklyn.” The Wall Street Journal August 4: (ill. B/W). Print.

  • Williams, Karla. “American Art: Lesbian, Post-Stonewall.” The Queer Encyclopedia of the Visual Arts. Ed. Claude J. Summers. San Francisco, CA: Cleis Press. 33. Print.

  • Yablonksky, Linda. “Borough Sprawl.” Time Out New York 29 April: (ill. C). Print.

  • 2003

    Bauer, Marilyn. “Crimes’ Views ‘80s with Activists’ Eye.” The Cincinnati Inquirer November 23.

  • Queer Theory and the Jewish Question. Ed. Boyarin, Daniel, Daniel Itzkovitz, Ann Pellegrini. New York: Columbia University Press. cover, (ill. C). Print.

  • McQuaid, Cate. “Something Borrowed.” The Boston Globe May 30: (ill. C). Print.

  • Roman, Juan Carlos. “Riding on the Dragon’s Back.” Sue Williams: Art for the Institution and the Home. Secession and Institute Valencia d’Art Modern, Walther König, Köln. 46. Print.

  • Saltz, Jerry. Seeing Out Loud. Great Barrington, MA: The Figures Press. 260. Print.

  • Soltes, Oriz. Fixing the World: Jewish American Painters in the 20th Century. Lebanon, NH: Brandeis University Press. 128-129 (ill. C). Print.

  • Yablonsky, Linda. “To Thine Own Selves Be True.” Artnews November: (ill.C). Print.

  • Religion and American Cultures: An Encyclopedia of Traditions, Diversity and Popular Expressions. Ed. Laderman, Gary and Luis D. Leon. Volume 1. “Jewishness/Judiam in America.” Santa Barbare: ABC-CLIO, Inc. 171. Print.

  • 2002

    Apel, Dora. Memory Effects: The Holocaust and the Art of Secondary Witnessing. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press. 223. Print.

  • Braff, Phyllis. “Looking at Those Images Again and Again.” The New York Times November 24: (ill. B/W). Print.

  • Leavy, Jane. Sandy Koufax, A Lefty’s Legacy. New York, NY: Harper Collins. 175. Print.

  • Ramirez, Ana Maria. Queer Visualities: Reframing Sexuality in a Post-Warhol World. The Stony Brook Press. December 4. Print.

  • “Queer Visualities.” Newsday November 8. Print.

  • Wolf, Stacy. A Problem Like Maria: Gender and Sexuality in the American Musical. Ann Arbor, MI: The University of Michigan Press. 181. Print.

  • The New York Times Guide to the Arts of the 20th Century. Volume 4. 1980-1999. Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers. 2939, 2958. Print.

  • 2001

    Dillon, Tom. “Warhol Art Slated at UNCG.” Raleigh Times-News. Print.

  • Dols, Teddi. “My Elvis, De Humoristtische Herhalingen van Deborah Kass.” Lover June. Print.

  • Schneider, Rebecca. “Hello Dolly Well Hello Dolly: The Theatre and It’s Double.” Psychoanalysis and Performance. Ed. Adrian Kear and Patrick Campbell. Routledge. 100-101 (ill. B/W). Print.

  • Goeser, Caroline. “ Deborah Kass The Warhol Project.” ArtLies, Number 29 (ill. B/W). Print.

  • Self and History, A Tribute to Linda Nochlin. Ed. Aruna D’Souza. London, England: Thames and Hudson. cover hard/soft (ill. C). Print.

  • Johnson, Ken. “Wry Skepticism.” The New York Times July 27. Print.

  • Welchman, John. Art After Appropriation: Essays on Art in the 1990’s. London, England: Routledge. 48. Print.

  • “hot propert.” parallax 19, Issue 19, Leeds, England: University of Leeds. (cover, ill. B/W). Print.

  • 2000

    Berkovitch, Ellen. “A Landmark for Lesbian Art.” Pasatiempo August 11-17. Print.

  • Braff, Phylliss. “Spiritual Traditions as a Perpetual Well of Inspiration for Art.” The New York Times October 15: (ill. C).

  • Clifford, Katie, “What Makes A Great Painting Great?” Artnews, September

  • Cottingham, Laura. Seeing Through the Seventies: Essays on Feminism and Art. London, England: G + B Arts International. 108. Print.

  • Cronin, Patricia. “A Conversation on Lesbian Subjectivity and Painting.” M/E/A/N/I/N/G/ An Anthology of Artists’ Writings, Theory, and Criticism. Ed. Susan Bee and Mira Schor. Durham, NC: Duke University Press. 79-86. Print.

  • Corinne, Tee A. “Sighting Lesbian Artists.” The Lesbian Review of Books, Vol. VI, No. 4 Summer. Print.

  • Delaney, Angel. “For art’s sake.” New York Blade News September 29. Print.

  • Gilbert, Barbara C. “Introduction.” Revealing and Concealing, Portraits and Identity. Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles, CA. 7, 16, (ill. B/W). Print.

  • Hammond, Harmony. “Deborah Kass.” Lesbian Art in America: A Contemporary History. New York: Rizzoli. 121, 124-126, (ill. B/W, C). Print.

  • Johnson, Patricia C. “Art Review.” Houston Chronicle November 7. (ill. C). Print.

  • Marcus, Greil. Double Trouble: Bill Clinton and Elvis Presley in the Land of No Alternatives. New York: Picador USA. 180. Print,

  • Pollock, Barbara. “Babe Power.” Art Monthly April. Print. Saltz, Jerry. “Swish Myth.” The Village Voice May 16. Print.

  • Slivka, Rose C. S. “From the Studio.” The East Hampton Star September 28. Print.

  • Waller, Britta. “Warhol Show Could Be Big For Weatherspoon.” The Business Journal November 3. (ill. C). Print.

  • Weiss, Marion Wolberg. “Art Commentary.” Dan’s Paper October 13. (ill. B/W). Print.

  • Will, Barbara. Gertrude Stein, Modernism, and the Problem of ‘Genius’. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, Scotland. 165. Print.

  • Willcox, Kathleen. “Deja Vu Exhibit is a ‘Must See.’” Lewisboro Ledger February 10. Web.

  • Wilson, William. “Deborah Kass Packs Along Personal Politics As She Ventures Into Andy Warhol Territory.” Los Angeles Times August 4. Print.

  • “Best Bet Art.” The Santa Barbara Independent 27July. Print.

  • Zimmerman, Bonnie. Encyclopedia of Lesbian Histories and Cultures: Volume 1 (Special Reference). New York: Garland Publishing. 65. Print.