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Petah Coyne

Born 1953, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Lives and works in New York
 
Selected Solo Exhibitions

2016

“Petah Coyne: A Free Life,” Nunu Fine Art, Taipei, Taiwan
Installation view, 'Petah Coyne: Everything That Rises Must Converge,' Mass MOCA, North Adams, MA, 2010-11
2014 “Petah Coyne: The Unconsoled,” ADAA: The Art Show 2014, New York, New York
2010 “Everything That Rises Must Converge,” Mass MOCA, North Adams, Massachusetts
2009 “Petah Coyne,” Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, State University of New York, Purchase, New York
2008 “Petah Coyne: Vermilion Fog,” Galerie Lelong, New York, New York
2005 “Petah Coyne: Above and Beneath the Skin,” Sculpture Center, Long Island City, New York. Traveled through 2006 to Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, Illinois; Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, Missouri; Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale, Arizona; and Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York. Organized by the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York
“Petah Coyne: Above and Beneath the Skin,” Galerie Lelong, New York, New York
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2004 “Petah Coyne: Hairworks,” Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio
“Paris Blue – New Collection,” Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska
2002 “Petah Coyne: Sculpture and Photography,” Bentley Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona
2001 “Petah Coyne: Fairy Tales,” Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Nashville, Tennessee
“White Rain,” Galerie Lelong, New York, New York
“Spring Snow,” Julie Saul Gallery, New York, New York
“Petah Coyne,” Byron C. Cohen Gallery for Contemporary Art, Kansas City, Missouri
“Petah Coyne: Fairy Tales, Sculpture and Related Photographs,” Wright State University Art Galleries, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio
1999 “Petah Coyne: Fairy Tales,” Butler Gallery, Kilkenny Castle, Kilkenny, Ireland
1998 “Fairy Tales,” Galerie Lelong, New York, New York
“Monastic Sightings: Buddhists on the Move,” Photography Gallery, Fine Arts Center Galleries, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, Rhode Island
“Petah Coyne: Photographs,” Laurence Miller Gallery, New York, New York. Traveled to Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, North Carolina
1996 “black/white/black,” The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.Traveled through 2007 to The High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia
“Photographs,” Laurence Miller Gallery, New York, New York
1994 “Petah Coyne: Recent Sculpture,” Jack Shainman Gallery, New York, New York
1992 “Petah Coyne,” Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, Ohio. Traveled through 1993 to Tyler Gallery, Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Museum of Art, Olin Art Center, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine; Center for Contemporary Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico
“Beauty and the Beast,” Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, State University of New York, Purchase, New York. Traveled to Artists Space, New York, New York
1991 “Petah Coyne: Recent Sculpture,” Diane Brown Gallery, New York, New York
“Petah Coyne: Recent Work,” Jack Shainman Gallery, New York, New York
“Installation by Petah Coyne,” Art Gallery, Southeastern Massachusetts University, North Dartmouth, Massachusetts
1989 “Untitled Installation: A Grand Lobby Project,” Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York
“Recent Sculpture,” Jack Shainman Gallery, New York, New York
1988 “Petah Coyne: 1987 Augustus Saint-Gaudens Fellow,” Picture Gallery, Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site, Cornish, New Hampshire
1987 “Petah Coyne: Artist in Residence 1987,” Sculpture Center, New York, New York
“Special Projects,” P.S.1, The Institute for Art and Urban Resources, Long Island City, New York

 

Selected Group Exhibitions
 
2017 “Glasstress Boca Raton,” Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, Florida
“Vitreous Bodies: Assembled Visions in Glass,” Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, Massachusetts
2016 “RE-ACTION, genealogy and countercanon,” Casal Solleric, Mallorca, Spain
“Narrative/Collaborative,” Galerie Lelong, New York, New York
“For the Love of Things: Still Life,” Albrignt-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York
“Audacious: Contemporary Artists Speak Out,” Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado
“Contemporary Redux: Selections from the Collection,” Taubman Museum of Art, Roanoke, Virginia
“Drawing for Sculpture,” TSA New York, Brooklyn, New York
2015 “Glasstress 2015 Gotika,” Palazzo Franchetti/Instituto Venezia di Scienza, Lettere, e Arti, Campo S. Stefano, Venice
“Into Dust,” Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
“Ars Memoria: A Selection from MOCA’s Permanent Collection,” Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami, Miami, Florida
2014 “Ciclo,” (Cycle), Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil—São Paulo, Belo Horizonte, Brasília, Brazil
“Birds of a Feather,” Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC
“Late Harvest: Taxidermy, Posthumanism, and Contemporary Art,” Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, Nevada
“Exterior Spaces, Interior Places,” Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, Massachusetts
“30 x 2, 4 x 2: Holy and Profane,” Nunu Fine Art, Taipei, Taiwan
“Depth and Meaning: 20th Anniversary Gifts,” Kemper Museum of Cotemporary Art, Kansas City, Missouri
2013 “Kiasma Hits,” Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma, Helsinki, Finland
“Resonance: Audible Silence in Portraiture,” University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas
“Summer Exposure,” Galerie Lelong, New York, New York
“Through the Eyes of Texas: Masterworks from Alumni Collections,” Blanton Museum of Art, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas
2012 “DECADE: Contemporary Collection 2002–2012,” Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York
“Selected Histories: 20th-Century Art from the SFMOMA Collection,” San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, California
“Close Relations and A Few Black Sheep: Sculpture from the Permanent Collection,” Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, North Carolina
2011 “Exit Art, Printed Histories: 15 Years of Exit Art Print Portfolios 1995–2011,” Exit Art, New York, New York
“Notations: Everyday Disturbances,” Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
“The Big Reveal,” Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, Missouri
“Out of the Dark Room: The David Kronn Collection,” Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland
“Adrift: A New Visions Series,” Memphis College of Art, Memphis, Tennessee
“Interventions in the Landscape,” Galerie Lelong, New York, New York
“Open Process: New Works by Miami Artists,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, Florida
2010 “Houdini: Art and Magic,” The Jewish Museum, New York, New York. Travelling through 2012 to Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles, California; Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, California; Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Madison, Wisconsin
“The Fifth Genre: Considering the Contemporary Still Life,” Galerie Lelong, New York, New York
“Until Now: Collecting the New (1960-2010),” Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesota
“Exposure: Photos from the vault,” Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado
“Pleasure Point: Celebrating 25 Years of Contemporary Collectors,” Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, La Jolla, California
“185th Annual: An Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary Art,” National Academy Museum & School of Fine Arts, New York, New York
“Desire,” The Blanton Museum of Art, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas
“The Language of Flowers,” CRG Gallery, New York, New York
2009 “Trail Blazers in the 21st Century: Contemporary Prints and Photographs published by Exit Art,” Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, New Brunswick, New Jersey
“Reflection, Refraction, Reconfiguration,” University Art Museum, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado
2008 “Roots & Ties II,” Untitled [ArtSpace], Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
“Time/Frame,” Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas
“21: Contemporary Art at the Brooklyn Museum,” Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York
“Damaged Romanticism: A Mirror of Modern Emotion,” Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston, Houston, Texas. Traveled through 2009 to Grey Art Gallery, New York University, New York, New York; and The Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York
“Under the Influence,” Art + Culture Center of Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
“Selections from the Museum’s Permanent Collection,” Taubman Museum of Art, Roanoke, Virginia
2007 “Contemporary and Cutting Edge: Pleasures of Collecting, Part III,” Bruce Museum, Greenwich, Connecticut
“New at the Nasher,” Nasher Museum of Art, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina
“Passion Complex: Selected Works from the Albright-Knox Art Gallery,” 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Japan
“Shadow,” Galerie Lelong, New York, New York
“Uncontained,” Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, New York
“Back to the Future: Contemporary Art from the Mead Collection,” Mead Art Museum, Amherst College, Amherst, Massachusetts
2006 “Material Actions,” Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, San Diego, California
“ARS 06: Sense of the Real,” Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma, Helsinki, Finland
“3D - An Exhibition of Contemporary Sculpture,” Carl Solway Gallery, Cincinnati, Ohio
“Art on the Edge: Modern & Contemporary Art from the Permanent Collection,” Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska
“Waxworks,” Silvermine Guild Arts Center, New Canaan, Connecticut
“In Focus: 75 Years of Collecting American Photography,” Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, Massachusetts
2005 “The Forest: Politics, Poetics and Practice,” Nasher Museum of Art, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina
“Neo-Baroque!” Byblos Art Gallery, Verona, Italy
“Nine Contemporary Sculptors: Fellows of the Saint-Gaudens Memorial,” UBS Art Gallery, New York, New York
“Steven Scott Collects: Donations and Promised Gifts to the Permanent Collection,” National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C.
2004 “American Art: Selections from the Permanent Collection 1900-1960,” Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, North Carolina
“On Edge,” Rhodes + Mann, London, United Kingdom
“Ten,” Byron C. Cohen Gallery for Contemporary Art, Kansas City, Kansas
“Bodily Space: New Obsessions in Figurative Sculpture,” Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York
“Revelation: A Fresh Look at Contemporary Collections,” The Mint Museum, Charlotte, North Carolina
“Behind Closed Doors,” Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, New York
“Food, Clothing and Shelter,” Oniasaburo Gallery, Interfaith Center of New York, New York, New York
“The Print Show,” Exit Art, New York, New York
“Birdspace: A Post-Audubon Artists Aviary,” Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, Louisiana. Traveled to Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, Florida; and Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York
2003 “Materials, Metaphors, Narratives: Work by Six Contemporary Artists,” Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York
“Visions and Revisions: Art on Paper Since 1960,” Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts
“Cold Comfort,” Memphis College of Art, Memphis, Tennessee
2002 “Petah Coyne/Ann Hamilton,” Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, Iowa
“Other Bodies,” Speed Art Museum, Louisville, Kentucky
“Shift,” Galerie Lelong, New York, New York
“Into the Woods,” Julie Saul Gallery, New York, New York
“Flat Not Flat: Four Sculptors Confront the Wall,” Judy Ann Goldman Fine Art, Boston, Massachusetts
“Eve and the Snake,” Kunstverein Bad Salzdetfurth e.V., Bodenburg, Germany
“Feminism and Art: Selections from the Permanent Collection,” National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C.
“What’s Hot and New in 2002: A Print and Photography Exhibition and Sale,” Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, New York
“Time Distance and Memory,” Laurence Miller Gallery, New York, New York
2001 “Artists Take On Detroit: Projects for the Tricentennial,” Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, Michigan
“Lateral Thinking: Art of the 1990s,” Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, La Jolla, California; Traveled through 2004 to Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs, Colorado; Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire; Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, Ohio
2000 “Snapshot: An Exhibition of 1,000 Artists,” Contemporary Museum, Baltimore, Maryland
“SCULPTography,” Galerie Lelong, New York, New York
“The Glen Dimplex Artists Award 2000,” Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland
“Whitney Biennial 2000,” Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, New York
“Muscle: Power of the View,” Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Boulder, Colorado
“The End: An Independent Vision of Contemporary Culture, 1982-2000,” Exit Art, New York, New York
“Faith: The Impact of Judeo-Christian Religion on Art at the Millennium,” Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut
“Rapture,” Bakalar and Huntington Galleries, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, Massachusetts
“Object Lessons: Selections from the Robert J. Shiffler Foundation,” Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio
1999 “Photographs by Painters, Photographers, Sculptors,” Lennon, Weinberg, Inc., New York, New York
“Millennium Messages,” Heckscher Museum of Art, Huntington, New York. Traveled through 2001 to Tufts University Gallery, Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts; Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York; and Miami University Art Museum, Oxford, Ohio
“Best of Season: Selected Work from the 1998-1999 Manhattan Exhibition Season,” Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut
“Surroundings: Responses to the American Landscape, Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art,” San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, California
“Drawing in the Present Tense,” Aronson and Main Galleries, Parsons School of Design, New York, New York; Traveled through 2000 to Julian Akus Gallery, Eastern Connecticut State University, Willimantic, Connecticut; North Dakota Museum of Art, Grand Forks North Dakota; Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois
“Souvenirs/Documents: 20 years,” P.S. 122, New York, New York
“Domestic Pleasures,” Galerie Lelong, New York, New York
“Permanent Collection,” The Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, Michigan
“Artists in Purgatory,” Purgatory Pie Press and Collaborators, Long Island University, Salena Gallery, Long Island, New York
“26 Sculptors in their Environments,” Rockland Center for the Arts, West Nyack, New York
“Object Lessons: Selection from the Robert J. Shiffler Foundation,” Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio
1998 “Coming Off the Wall,” Susquehanna Art Museum, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
“Connections & Contradictions: Modern and Contemporary Art from Atlanta Collections,” Michael C. Carlos Museum, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia
“The Human Habit,” William King Regional Arts Center, Abingdon, Virginia
“Selections from the Permanent Collection,” Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, La Jolla, California
“Masters of the Masters: MFA Faculty of the School of Visual Arts, New York 1983-1998,” Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio
“House of Wax,” The Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio
“Sculptors and their Environments,” Pratt Institute Manhattan Gallery, New York, New York. Traveled to Rubelle & Norman Schafler Gallery, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York
“Preview, Review,” Galerie Lelong, New York, New York
“The Tip of the Iceberg,” Art Resources, New York, New York
1997 “Eye of the Beholder: Photographs from the Avon Collection,” International Center of Photography, New York, New York
“Post Construction,” Vakin Schwartz, Atlanta, Georgia
“Selections from the Collections,” Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York
“Biennial Exhibition for Public Art,” Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, State University of New York, Purchase, New York
“Partners in Printmaking: Works from Solo Impression,” National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C.
“Permanent Collection,” Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, San Diego, California
1996 “Simple Gifts: A Selection of Gifts to the Collection from Lily Auchincloss,” Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York
“Partners in Printmaking: Works from Solo Impression,” National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C.
“Transforming the Social Order,” Temple Gallery, Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
“Inside,” California Center for the Arts, Escondido, California
“Graphics from Solo Impression Inc.,” Members’ Gallery, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York
“Square Bubbles,” Mandeville Gallery, Union College, Schenectady, New York
1995 “The Invisible Force: Nomadism as Art Practice,” Polk Museum of Art, Lakeland, Florida
“Inside/Outside: From Sculpture to Photography,” Laurence Miller Gallery, New York, New York
“Essence and Persuasion: The Power of Black and White,” Anderson Gallery, University of Buffalo, State University of New York, Buffalo, New York
“Other Choices/Other Voices,” Islip Art Museum, East Islip, New York
“Object Lessons: Feminine Dialogues with the Surreal,” Massachusetts College of Art, Huntington Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts
1994 “Digressions,” Caren Golden Fine Art, New York, New York
“Prints from Solo Impression Inc.,” The College of Wooster Art Museum, The College of Wooster, Wooster, Ohio
“Fabricated Nature,” Boise Art Museum, Boise, Idaho. Traveled to University of Wyoming Art Museum, University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming; Virginia Beach Center for the Arts, Virginia Beach, Virginia
“The Garden of Sculptural Delights,” Exit Art / The First World, New York, New York
“In the Lineage of Eva Hesse," Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut
1993 “Drawings: 30th Anniversary Exhibition,” Leo Castelli Gallery, New York, New York
“Nine Sculptors and their Printer,” Bernard Toale Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts
“25 Years, A Retrospective,” Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, Ohio
“Monumental Propaganda,” Courtyard Gallery, World Financial Center, New York, New York. Traveled through 1998 to International Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.; Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina Public Library, Saskatchewan, Canada; Muckenthaler Art Center, Fullerton, California; Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, Florida; Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, Missouri; Helsinki City Art Museum, Helsinki, Finland; Lenin Museum, Tampere, Finland; Uppsala Konstmuseum, Uppsala, Sweden; Contemporary Art Center, Copenhagen, Denmark; Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, Georgia; Institute of Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia; Tallinn, Estonia; Lubiljana, Slovenia. Organized by Independent Curators International
“Forest of Visions,” Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, Tennessee. Traveled to Cheekwood Museum of Art, Nashville, Tennessee; Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, Gainesville, Florida
“Testwall,” TZ’Art & Co., New York, New York
“Artist & Homeless Collaborative Project,” Visual Arts Gallery, Henry Street Settlement, New York, New York
1992 “Miauhaus,” Thread Waxing Space, New York, New York
“Natural Forces / Human Observations,” Charlotte Crosby Kemper Gallery, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, Missouri
1991 “Contemporary Collectors,” Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, La Jolla, California
“Vital Forces: Nature in Contemporary Abstraction,” Heckscher Museum, Huntington, New York
“10th Annual Awards in the Visual Arts,” Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institute, Washington D.C. Traveled through 1992 to Albuquerque Museum of Art, History and Science, Albuquerque, New Mexico; Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio; The BMW Gallery, New York, New York
“le Plaisir de la Raison,” Jack Shainman Gallery, New York, New York
1990 “Visions 90, in Art Contemporain 1990,” La galerie d’art lavalin in collaboration with Centre international d’art contemporian de Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
“Detritus: Transformation and Re-Construction,” Jack Tilton Gallery, New York, New York
“The (Un) Making of Nature,” A two-part exhibition Whitney Museum of American Art at Phillip Morris, New York, New York and Whitney Museum of American Art Downtown at Federal Reserve Plaza, New York, New York. Traveled to Whitney Museum of American Art at Fairfield County, Stamford, Connecticut
“American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters Invitational Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture,” American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, New York, New York
“Visiting Artist Exhibition,” Edwin W. Zoller Gallery, School of Visual Arts, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania
“From Earth to Archetype,” Ledis Flam Gallery, New York, New York
1989 “Terra Firma: Land and Landscape in Art of the 1980s,” Wallach Art Gallery, Columbia University, New York, New York
“Lines of Vision: Drawings by Contemporary Women,” Hillwood Art Gallery, C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University, Brookville, New York. Traveled to Blum Helman Gallery, Warehouse Space, New York, New York; Murray State University, Murray, KY; Grand Rapids Art Museum, Grand Rapids, Michigan; University Art Gallery, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas; Richard F. Brush Gallery, St. Lawrence University, Canton, New York; University of Oklahoma, Museum of Art, Norman, Oklahoma
“The Emerging Figure,” Norton Gallery Of Art, West Palm Beach, Florida; Traveled to: The Edith C. Blum Art Institute, Milton and Sally Avery Arts Center, Bard College, Annandale-On-Hudson, New York
1988 ”David And Goliath,” Jack Shainman Gallery, New York, New York
“Shape Shifting,” Cavin-Morris, New York, New York
“Life forms: Contemporary Organic Sculpture,” Freedman Gallery, Albright College, Reading, Pennsylvania
“Primitive Works for Public Spaces: Drawings, Maquettes and Documentation for Unrealized Public Artworks,” RC Erpf Gallery, New York, New York
“Kindred Spirits,” George Ciscle Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland
“Strike: Nature, Abstraction, Aggression,” Valencia Community College, East Campus, Orlando, Florida
“Nomadic Visions: Recent Works by Six New York Sculptors,” Art Gallery, Southeastern Massachusetts University, North Dartmouth, Massachusetts
1987 “Elements: Five Installations,” Whitney Museum of American Art at Equitable Center, New York, New York
“Sculpture,” Proctor Art Center, Bard College, Annandale-On-Hudson, New York
“O.I.A. Tenth Anniversary Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition,” Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Staten Island, New York
“Personal Poetics,” Sala 1, Rome, Italy
“Alternative Supports: Contemporary Sculpture on the Wall,” David Winton Bell Gallery, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island
“Works on Paper,” Tomoko Ligouri Gallery, New York, New York
“Standing Ground: Sculpture by American Women,” Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio
“Group Show,” Grand Street Gallery, New York, New York
“Blum/Coyne/Fishman,” John Slade Ely House, New Haven, Connecticut
“Small Works,” Sculpture Center, New York, New York
“Endangered Species,” Alternative Museum, New York, New York
1986 “A Contemporary View of Nature,” Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut
“South Beach III-Outdoor Public Sculpture,” Organization of Independent Artists, Staten Island, New York
“The Figure Abstracted: Intimated Presences,” Robeson Center Gallery, Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey
“Sydney Blum/Petah Coyne/Beverly Fishman,” P.S. 122, New York, New York
“Transformations,” Richard Green Gallery, New York, New York
“Nature Observed: Sculpture, Painting and Photography by Contemporary Artists,” Danforth Museum of Art, Boston, Massachusetts
“Personal Visions,” East Hampton Center for Contemporary Art, East Hampton, New York
“Benefit Exhibition,” East Hampton Center for Contemporary Art, East Hampton, New York
“The All Natural Disaster Show,” P.S. 39 Longwood Art Project, Bronx, New York
“Bodies and Dreams,” White Columns, New York, New York
“Sculpture X Six,” Bronx Museum of the Arts, Satellite Gallery, Hostos Community College, Bronx, New York
“Paradise & Purgatory: West Meets East,” Metropolitan Museum of Art, Thomas J. Watson Library, New York, New York
“Group Show,” Stokker/Stikker Gallery, New York, New York
1985 “Toy Show,” BACA, Brooklyn, New York
“Bayou Show,” The Houston Festival, Houston, Texas
“Getting Off,” Civilian Warfare, New York, New York
1984 “Drawings,” Sculpture Center, New York, New York
“Holiday Invitational,” A.I.R. Gallery, New York, New York
“Body Memories,” BACA, Brooklyn, New York
“Mimes and Miniatures,” BACA, Brooklyn, New York
1983 “Art on the Beach,” Creative Time Inc., New York, New York

 

Awards, Grants & Residencies
 
Acadia Art Program Fellowship, Northeast Harbor, Maine, 1997
AICA International Association of Art Critics, Exhibition Award, 1999
AICA International Association of Art Critics, Exhibition Fellowship Award, 1995
Anonymous Was A Woman, Artist Grant, New York, New York, 2007
Art Academy of Cincinnati, Honorary Doctorate, Cincinnati, Ohio, 2001
Art Matters, Inc., Artist Grant, New York, New York, 1989
Artists Space, Committee for the Visual Arts, Inc., New York, New York, 1987, 1986, 1984
Asian Cultural Council, Japan Fellowship, New York, New York, 1992/1993
Augustus Saint-Gaudens Memorial Foundation, Sculpture Fellowship, Cornish, New Hampshire, 1987
Civitella Ranieri Center, Visual Arts Fellowship, Umbertide, Italy, 2005
CUE Art Foundation, Honoree, New York, New York, 2009
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, Fellowship, New York, New York, 1989
Massachusetts Council on the Arts and Humanities, New Works Grant, Boston, Massachusetts, 1988
Museum of Modern Art, Glen Dimplex Award Finalist, Dublin, Ireland, 2000
National Endowment for the Arts, International Exchange Fellowship, France, 1990
National Endowment for the Arts, Sculpture Fellowship, Washington, DC, 1990
National Endowment for the Arts, US/Mexico Creative Artists’ Residency Grant, International Exchange, 1994
New York Foundation for the Arts, Sculpture Fellowship, New York, New York, 1988
Pollock-Krasner Foundation, Inc., Artists Grant, New York, New York, 1987
Sirus Project, Cobh Fellowship, County Cork, Ireland, 2000
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Awards in the Visual Arts, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 1990
The Joan Mitchell Foundation, Sculpture Grant, New York, New York, 1998
The Rockefeller Foundation, Bellagio Residency, Italy, 1990

 

Monographs

Antonsen, Lasse. Nomadic Visions. North Dartmouth: Southeastern Massachusetts University, 1988.
Dreishpoon, Douglas. Petah Coyne: Photographs. New York: Laurence Miller Gallery, 1996.
Dreishpoon, Douglas, Eleanor Heartney and Nancy Princenthal. Petah Coyne: Above and Beneath the Skin. Buffalo: Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 2005.
Lloyd, Ann Wilson and Leslie Scalapino. Petah Coyne: Vermilion Fog. New York: Charta Books and Galerie Lelong, 2008.
Markonish, Denise, Joseph C. Thompson, A.M. Homes, Rebecca Solnit and Petah Coyne. Petah Coyne: Everything That Rises Must Converge. New Haven: Yale University Press; North Adams, MA: Mass MOCA, 2010.
Princenthal, Nancy. Petah Coyne: Fairy Tales. Kilkenny: The Butler Gallery, 1999.
Rubin, David S. Petah Coyne. Cleveland: Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, 1992.
Sultan, Terrie and Carrie Przybilla. Petah Coyne: black/white/black. Washington, DC: The Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1996.

 

Books/Exhibition Catalogues/Brochures

Albright-Knox Art Gallery, On View: Petah Coyne. (brochure) Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, May/June 2006.
Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Albright-Knox Art Gallery Annual Report 2005-2006. (catalogue) Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, 2005/6: p. 12.
Anderson, Maxwell L. Whitney Biennial 2000. (catalogue) The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY: p. 78-9, 234.
Anna C. Noll. Vital Forces of Nature in Contemporary Abstraction. (brochure) The Heckscher Museum, Huntington, NY, 1991.
Antonsen, Lasse. Nomadic Visions. (catalogue) Southeastern Massachusetts University, North Dartmouth, MA, 1988.
ARS 06: Sense of the Real. (catalogue) Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma, Helsinki, Finland.
Arthurs, Alberta and Glenn Wallach. Crossroads: Art and Religion in American Life. New York: The New Press, 2002: front cover.
ARTiculations, Above and Beneath the Skin. (brochure) Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale, AZ, 2006.
Artists Take On Detroit: Projects For The Tricentennial. (brochure) The Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, Michigan, 2001.
Ashton, Dore. Monumental Propaganda. (catalogue) Independent Curators Incorporated and Smithsonian Institute, New York, December, 1994.
Blanton Museum of Art. Through the Eyes of Texas: Masterworks from Alumni Collections. (catalogue) Blanton Museum of Art, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX: pp. 10, 25.
Bloom, Michelle E. Waxworks: A Cultural Obsession. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2003: pp. 245-55.
Brenson, Michael. Visionaries and Outcasts, The NEA, Congress, and the Place of the Visual Artist in America. New York, NY: The New Press, 2001.
Bright, Susan, Enrique Juncosa, Sean Kissane, David Kronn and Carol Squiers. Out of the Dark Room: The David Kronn Collection. Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland: 2011: pp. 154-155.
Buser, Thomas. Experiencing Art Around Us. New York: West Publishing Company, 1995: pp. 324-5.
Chicago Cultural Center. Petah Coyne: Above and Beneath the Skin. (brochure) Sidney R. Yates Gallery, 2005.
Civitella Ranieri 2005. (catalogue) Civitella Ranieri Foundation, New York, NY and Umbertide, Italy, 2005: p. 6.
Coller, Barbara. Millennium Messages. (catalogue) Heckscher Museum of Art and Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, Huntington, NY, 1999: p. 12.
Collischan, Judy. “Petah Coyne.” Neuberger Museum of Art 1997 Biennial Exhibition of Public Art. (catalogue) Neuberger Museum, Purchase, NY, 1997.
Cross, Jennifer. Summer Exhibitions, 1986. (catalogue) East Hampton Center for Contemporary Art, East Hampton, NY, 1986.
Cross, Susan and Denise Markonish. Sol LeWitt: 100 Views. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press; North Adams, MA: Mass MoCA, 2009: p. 38.
Davies, Hugh M. Lateral Thinking: Art of the 1990s. (catalogue) Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, CA, 2002: p. 119.
Davis, Keith F. An American Century of Photography. Kansas City: Hallmark Cards Inc., 1999: pp. 410, 465.
Delmez Welborn, Katie. Petah Coyne, Fairy Tales. (catalogue) Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Nashville, TN: October/November 2001.
Desmett, Don. Transforming Social Order. (brochure) Temple Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, 1996.
Dreishpoon, Douglas, et al. Above and Beneath the Skin. Buffalo, New York: Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 2005.
Einspruch, Julia, Elizabeth Finch, James Marcovitz, Helen Molesworth, and Lydia Yee. The (Un) Making of Nature. (catalogue) Whitney Museum of American Art, Downtown at Federal Reserve Plaza, New York, 1990.
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Periodicals (Magazine/Newspaper/Internet Articles)

2016

Angelini, Roberta. “Glass Soul.” ELLE Italia. October 2016.
Chiang, Denise. “Life Beyond Living.” Mintazine. October 2016.
Chen, Yihua. “Scent of Freedom.” Art Investment. October 2016.
Chen, Ronnie. “Petah Coyne: A Free Life.” Core Interior. October 2016.
Chiang, Cathy. “The Free Soul.” Taiwan Tatler. October 2016.
Ku, Hsuan. “What is Freedom.” Marie Claire Taiwan. October 2016.
“A Deep Desire for Freedom: New York Based Artist Petah Coyne’s Latest Solo Show.” The News Lens. September 15, 2016.
Yu Yun, Lin. “American Contemporary Sculptor and Photographer Petah Coyne’s First Solo Exhibition in Asia.” Art International. September 14, 2016.
“New York Wax Sculpture Master Petah Coyne Visits Legend River Building.” PCHome. September 13, 2016.
“New York Wax Sculpture Master Petah Coyne Visits Legend River Building: Combining Eastern and Western Art Themes to Present New Aesthetics.” Yam News. September 12, 2016.
Yi Qiao, Qui. “Petah Coyne Solo Exhibition: Looking at Her Vision” The News Lens. September 11, 2016.
Ter, Dana. “Art Exhibitions Listings.” Taipei Times. September 8, 2016.
“Art Events: Brave the Chilly Fall Weather.” The News Lens. September 2, 2016.
Grenville, Stuart. “Flowers Bloom From Wax, Fragrant Words Form.” Wealth Magazine. August 31,2016.
“Godmother of MOMA New York and Contemporary Art in New York Petah Coyne to mount exhibition in Asia; her first in Taiwan.” ELLE Taiwan. August 23, 2016.
Lasky, Julie. “Wild & Wonderful.” Galerie Magazine. April, 2016.
Beaupré, Marie-eve, and Amélie Giguére. “Petah Coyne: The Appeal of Materials.” The Magazine of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, January–April 2016.
Hagel, Caia. “The Real Guerrilla Girls.” Aesthetica Magazine. April 23, 2016.
Simmon, William. “Flashlight: Narrative Collaborative.” CRUSHFanzine. April 21, 2016.
Kwinter, Taia. “5 Exhibitions to See in April” Aperture, April 7, 2016.
“Corporate Artwork: A Powerful Communication Strategy.” dkgallery Blog, March 18, 2016.
“Art Minute: Petah Coyne Untitled #1176 (Elisabeth-Elizabeth).” Toledo Museum of Art Blog, March 18, 2016.
Croak, James. “Critics Review: Highs and Lows at The Armory Show’s Contemporary Pier.” Hamptons Art Hub, March 3, 2016.
Beaupré, Marie-eve, and Amélie Giguére. “Petah Coyne: The Appeal of Materials.” The Magazine of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, January to April 2016.
2015 Pogrebin, Robin and Brett Sokol. “Art Basel Miami Beach: A Focus on Female Artists.” The New York Times, November 26, 2015.
Fiocca, Brittany. “Victorian Decadence & Visual Decay.” National Museum of Women in the Arts Blog, July 22, 2015.
Nunu Fine Arts. “Latest News.” July 4, 2015.
“Into Dust: Traces of the Fragile in Contemporary Art.” Philadelphia Museum of Art, June 6, 2015.
“Nunu Fine Art News.” May–June 2015.
“A mostra ‘ciclo—criar com o que temos’ chega ao CCBB Brasilia.” (“The show ‘cycle—create with what we have’ comes to CCBB Brasilia.”) Acha Brasilia (Think Brasilia), January 29, 2015.
Kwatnoski, Ellen. “Winging it at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.” Ellen Boyers Kwatnoski Blog, January 11, 2015.
Kramer, Elizabeth. “Art collector still buying major works.” The Courier Journal, January 5, 2015.
2014 Walsh, Brienne. “Top 5 Artist to Watch At Art Basel Miami Beach.” Artphaire, December 4, 2014.
Devin, Erin. “In Bird Art, Do Animals Become Objects?” Washington City Paper, December 2, 2014.
Melrod, George. “Post-Human.” Art Ltd. Magazine, November 2014.
“Sucesso em São Paulo, ‘Ciclo’ entra em cartaz em BH no dia 19 de novembro com obras feita a partir de materiaias industrializados.” (“Success in Sao Paulo, ‘Cycle’ goes on display in BH on 19 November with works made from industrial materials.”) bheventos (bh event), November 5, 2014.
Julianda, Endira. Nunu Fine Art News. August–October 2014.
Goukassian, Elena. “‘The Singing and the Silence: Birds in Contemporary Art’ at the Simthsonian American Art Museum celebrates avian inspirations.” Washington Post, October 30, 2014.
Schwadron, J. “Art + Environment Conference—Nevada Museum of Art in Reno.” Sierra Nevada College, October 29, 2014.
Devine, Sherri. “Animal Magnetism: Examining the Beauty of Beasts, in Reno.” KQED Arts, October 26, 2014.
Rothman, Aaron. “Postcard from the Nevada Museum of Art #2.”Orion Magazine, October 2014.
Piesco, Juliana. “Exposure Cycle, At CCBB of São Paulo, reflects on the trajectory of the Ready Made through works of art made of objects such as plastic cups, table and toothpicks.” FalaCultura, October 2014.
Alzugaray, Paula. “Society of excess: Exhibition at CCBBs SP gives good answers to what to do with the abundance in a world of mass industrial production.” ISTO×Independent, September 23, 2014.
Thorson, Alice. “Post-Crosby, the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art looks to the future.” The Kansas City Star, September 6, 2014.
Kennicott, Philip. “Exhibits at Hirshhorn, Kreeger museums offer a break from the bustle.” The Washington Post, September 6, 2014.
Nunu Fine Art. “30 x 2 ‘ 40 x 2.” Kaleidoscopes, August 2014.
“Around the Ranch—Week 9.” Anderson Ranch Arts Center Blog, August 1, 2014.
“Navigating the Art World for Artists.” Anderson Ranch Arts Center Blog, July 24, 2014.
Lin, Enru. “Exhibitions.” Taipei Times, June 6, 2014.
Wee, Darrly. “Nunu Fine Art Opens in Taipei.” Blouin Artinfo, May 26, 2014.
Galperina, Marina. “Horse Riding Horse and Other Frieze Highlights.” Animal New York, May 14, 2014.
Cembalest, Robin. “29 Artists with Their Work at New York Art Fairs.” Art News, March 7, 2014.
Cochran, Samuel. “10 Must-See Works at ADAA.” architectural digest, March 7, 2014.
Hanson, Sarah. “Fair Report: The ADAA Tilts Toward the 21st Century.” Blouin Art Info, March 7, 2014.
Yablonsky, Linda. “Commercial Flair.” ArtForum, March 7, 2014.
Bryant, Eric. “10 Must-See Solo Booths at 2014 ADAA Art Show.” Artspace, March 5, 2014.
Kinsella, Eileen. “Emerging Artists Play Major Role at ADAA 2014 Art Show.” Artnet, March 5, 2014.
Lescaze, Zoe, Sarah Douglas, and Michael Miller. “Trophy Art and Curated Booths at ADAA’s Art Show.” Artspace, March 5, 2014.
“Galerie Lelong Presents Petah Coyne’s THE UNCONSOLED FOR The Art Show 2014.” BroadwayWorld, February 28, 2014.
2013 Creahan, Daniel. “AO Recap and photoset: Art Basel Miami Beach, December 3rd-8th, 2013.” AO Art Observed RSS. N.p., 10 Dec. 2013. Web. 11 Dec. 2013 <http://artobserved.com/2013/12/ao-recap-and-photoset-art-basel-miami-beach-december-3rd-8th-2013>.
Goldstein, Andrew M. “At Home With Chicago Collectors Larry and Marilyn Fields.” Artspace, September 19, 2013.
Galerie Lelong. Galerie Lelong at EXPO Chicago. Galerie Lelong, September 13, 2013. Web. September 17, 2013.
Vogel, Carol. “Sol LeWitt Drawing Will Unfurl in Uptown Manhattan.” New York Times, July 4, 2013.
“New Acquisitions Join Iconic Favorites: Wolfe Gallery for Contemporary Art.” Art Matters, Toledo Museum of Art, Volume 9, Issue 1, January–April 2013.
Schwendener, Martha. “Crowdsourced Exhibition Looks Kind of Familiar: ‘Go’, a Group Show at the Brooklyn Museum.” New York Times, January 2, 2013.
2012 “Galerie Lelong Artists on View at Art Basel Miami Beach, Dec 6-9.” BroadwayWorld.com, December 1, 2012.
Svenonius, Tim. “One on One: Tim Svenonius on Petah Coyne.” SFMOMA Open Space, November 5, 2012.
“Petah Coyne Profile Feature.” Nmwa.org (National Museum of Women in the Arts), November 5, 2012.
Sharf, Samantha. “The Top Corporate Art Collections.” Forbes.com, August 2, 2012.
Thorson, Alice. “H&R Block Artspace offers a peek in its drawers for First Friday.” KansasCity.com, May 30, 2012.
“‘Houdini: Art and Magic’ At Madison Museum of Contemporary Art.” Huffington Post, March 19, 2012
Vroom, Chris. “10 Art Fairs, 300+ Exhibitions? Here Are 15 Must-See Installations On View This Week.” Huffington Post, March 7, 2012.
“March Art-Fair Madness in NYC.” Artnet.com, March 2, 2012.
Smith, Jennifer A. “Madison Museum of Contemporary Art recalls a master showman with ‘Houdini: Art and Magic.’” Isthmus: The Daily Page, February 15, 2012.
2011 “SVA in Miami: Women Dominate at Art Basel.” The School of the Visual Arts, December 5, 2011.
“Art Basel Miami Beach 10.” The Miami Herald Magazine, December 1–4, 2011: cover.
Milgrom, Melissa. “Everything That Rises Will Converge.” Audubonmagazine.org, November 29, 2011.
Thorson, Alice. “Kemper shows odd new acquisitions in the ‘The Big Reveal’ exhibit.” Kansas City Star (Kansas City, MO), November 11, 2011.
Koeppel, Fredric. “Art Review: Nine Artists Set ‘Adrift.’” Go Memphis.com, October 27, 2011.
Dembosky, April. “Houdini: Art and Magic, Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco.” FinancialTimes.com, October 11, 2011.
Gallagher, Lauren. “Jewish Contemporary Museum presents exhibit on Houdini—man of mystery.” TheSanFranciscoExaminer.com, October 5, 2011.
Bolton, Drew. “Kemper ARTcast: The Big Reveal: Artist Petah Coyne.” PublicBroadcasting.net, September 2011.
Thorson, Alice. “Art galleries and museums unveil grand projects and tiny moments.” Kansas City Star (Kansas City, MO), August 27, 2011.
“‘Interventions in the Landscape’ at Galerie Lelong.” Art Media Agency (New York, NY), June 24, 2011.
“Exhibition at Galerie Lelong in New York Explores Interventions in the Landscape.” www.artdailyorg, June 23, 2011.
Dreishpoon, Douglas. “Artists In A Parallel Universe.” Art in America, May 2011: pp. 67-71.
Douglas, Sarah. “Internet Explorers: Organizers of A New Art Fair Say Collectors Are Ready To Go Virtual.” Art + Auction, January 2011: p. 26.
2010 Bonenti, Charles. “Art: Museums smashing old boundaries.” Berkshire Eagle (Berkshire, MA), December 31, 2010.
Smee, Sebastian. “Broader outlooks at Mass. museums.” Boston Globe, December 26, 2010.
Sheets, Hilarie M. “Up Now: Petah Coyne.” ARTnews, November 2010: pp.129-130.
Ousley, Julia. “Tarrant County College Art Corridor II Presents ‘Julia Ousley: Urbanity.’” TCCD.edu (Arlington, Texas), September 29, 2010.
Herschthal, Eric. “The Great Escape.” TheJewishWeek.com, September 16, 2010.
Kane, Tim. “Petah Coyne’s ethereal ecosystems at Mass MoCA.” TimesUnion.com (New York), September 12, 2010.
Freudenheim, Tom L. “Elusive Yet Expressive; Just when you’ve decided that Petah Coyne’s sculptures, now at MASS MoCA, might well be about the macabre, you’re struck by how the most compelling thing about them is their sheer beauty.” Wall Street Journal, September 4, 2010.
Boettger, Suzaan. “Petah Coyne: Not Afraid of the Dark.” Art in America, September 2010: pp. 122-27.
Lackman, Jon. “Magical Realism.” ARTnews, September 2010: p. 30.
“Petah Coyne.” ARTnews, September 2010: p. 103.
“2010 Guide to Galleries, Museums and Artists.” Art in America, August 2010: pp. 2368, 2960, 3294, 3492.
Beck, Lesley Ann. “Unexpected Beauty.” Berkshire Living Magazine, July 2010.
Smee, Sebastian. “Living Large; Grand installations at MASS MoCA and the Clark take advantage of gallery space to play with illusions on scale.” Boston Globe, June 20, 2010: p. N7.
“200 Top Collectors; Ann Tenenbaum.” ARTnews, Summer 2010: p. 91.
Shaw, Keith V. “Petah Coyne at MoCA: Transforming found into rarified objects.” Berkshire Eagle (Berkshire, MA), May 28, 2010: sec D1.
Huberdeau, Jennifer. “Mass MoCA announces upcoming schedule.” CaliforniaChronicle.com, May 1, 2010.
“Twenty Top Shows.” ArtNet, May 2010.
O’Neill-Butler, Lauren. “Petah Coyne: Everything That Rises Must Converge.” Artforum, May 2010: p. 136.
Abbe, Mary. “What’s next after ‘Until Now’?” StarTribune.com (Minneapolis, MN), April 24, 2010.
“Exposure: Photos from the Vault.” PDNPhotoOfTheDay.com, April 19, 2010.
Heacock, Megan. “Know art through your cell phone.” Kansan.com, March 31, 2010.
Faires, Robert. “Depths of “Desire.’” AustinChronicle.com, March 19, 2010.
Butler, Sharon. “The Art Spirits: The National Academy’s 185th Annual.” Hypoallergenic.com, March 17, 2010.
“Contemporary Collectors celebrate 25th anniversary.” LaJollaLight.com, March 9, 2010.
Holmes, Amy. “The Extraordinary View Through Artists’ Eyes.” Roanoke.com, March 6, 2010.
Rosenberg, Karen. “Academy Gives Art Some Wiggle Room.” The New York Times, February 18, 2010: sec. C26.
Van Ryzin, Jeanne Claire. “’Desire’ comes in all shapes and forms at Blanton.” Austin360.com, February 13, 2010.
Ergenbright, Kate. “Blanton exhibit shows various facets of desire.” DailyTexanOnline.com, February 8, 2010.
“New Photography Gallery Unveiled at Denver Art Museum.” Artdaily.org, January 29, 2010.
Cole, Suzanne P. “‘Untitled #827’ (Three-Tiered Chandelier by Petah Coyne).” Kansas City Star, January 16, 2010.
“Concept of “Desire” to be Explored by Group of Contemporary Artists.” Artdaily.org, January 3, 2010.
“185th Annual: An Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary American Art.” NationalAcademy.org, January 2010.
“Trail Blazers in the 21st Century: Contemporary Prints and Photographs published by Exit Art.” ZimmerliMuseum.Rutgers.edu, January 2010.
Blair, A. “Desire.” Tribeza.com, January 2010.
“Desire.” BlantonMuseum.org (Austin, TX), January 2010.
“CRG Gallery: The Language of Flowers.” Re-title.com, January 2010.
Anania, Katie. “Desire.” Artforum.com, 2010.
2009 Beise, Gregory. “Petah Coyne at the Neuberger Museum of Art.” Examiner.com, October 12, 2009.
Thorson, Alice. “Artists will help Kemper museum celebrate its 15th anniversary.” KansasCity.com (Kansas City, MO) September 22, 2009.
Jimenez, Nancy. “Deze Maand Een Bijdrage Van De New York.” Glamcult (Amsterdam, Netherlands) June 4, 2009.
MacMillan, Kyle. “Center’s debut: Works of 1990s, 2000s.” DenverPost.com, May 31, 2009.
Borgert, Amy. “Meet the OHS Distinguished Alumni recipients...” OakwoodRegister.com (Oakwood, OH) May 5, 2009.
“Art of the Northeast celebrates 60th anniversary.” TheHour.com, May 3, 2009.
“Heads in the sand, revelers pilgrimage.” FlashArtOnline.com, May 2009.
“Oakwood Distinguished Alumni Awards announced.” DaytonDailyNews.com, April 24, 2009.
Rogers, Pat, “Romanticism at Parrish, in spite of all the damage,“ East Hampton Press & The Southhampton Press, March 10, 2009.
Landi, Ann, “A New Creativity?” ARTnews, March 2009: pp. 86-89.
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Suzuki, Hiroshi. “Passion Complex.” Chunichi News (Kanazawa, Japan), August 1, 2007: pp.18-19.
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Thorson, Alice, “’Future’ Imperfect Kemper’s ‘Future’ is none too bright.” Kansas City Star, January 14, 2007.
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Vogel, Carol. “Inside Art: Nasher’s First Purchase.” New York Times, January 20, 2006.
Broili, Susan. “Museum purchases a ‘crying sculpture’.” The Herald-Sun, January 19, 2006.
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2005 Thorson, Alice. “Wyeth dances in.” KansasCity.com, December 29, 2005.
Budick, Ariella. “Arts: The Best of Art 2005.” New York Newsday, December 25, 2005.
Nance, Kevin. “Top Ten Events of 2005.” Chicago Sun-Times, December 18, 2005.
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Landi, Ann. “Artists and Their (Role) Models.” ARTnews, December 2005: pp. 132-5.
Haber, John. “In Touch with Vision: Richard Tsao, Petah Coyne, and Robert Ryman.” Haberarts.com, Winter 2005.
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2000 Stephens, Caleb. “Petah Coyne insightful art to be displayed.” The Times Weekend Edition (Dayton, OH), December 30, 2000: p. 8.
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1999 Murphy, Paula. “Petah Coyne.” Circa, Winter 1999, vol. 90, pp. 41-2.
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Maxwell, Douglas F. “Petah Coyne; ‘Fairy Tales.” Review (New York), vol. 4 no. 1 (September 15, 1998): p. 11.
Newhall, Edith. “Galleries.” New York, vol. 30 no. 35 (September 14, 1998): p. 126.
Findsen, Owen. “Wax Sculptures, the Buzz Around Arts Center.” Cincinnati Enquirer, April 12, 1998.
Stein, Jerry. “Wax Shapes Opinions at CAC.” Cincinnati Post, April 10, 1998: sec. C, pp. 1, 7.
“Collection portrays the Art of America.” The Vindicator, April 9,1998.
Singer, Clyde. “Exhibits Offer Blend of New with Traditional.” The Vindicator, April 5, 1998.
Cox, Mary. “Work Hard. Be Good. Find Your Moment.” Artist’s Graphic Designers Market ’98 (Cincinnati), Annual Edition (1998): pp. 468-9.
1997 Pedersen, B. Martin. Graphis Fine Art Photography 2, New York, Graphis Inc., 1997: p. 170.
Phillips, Patricia C. “’Dispatches’—1997 Biennial Exhibition of Public Art.” Sculpture (Chicago), vol. 16 no. 10 (December 1997): pp. 78-9.
“Daytrip Atlanta Museum Sponsors Special Exhibits.” Rome News Tribune, June 1, 1997.
Locke, David. “Space Odyssey.” Creative Loafing (Atlanta), May 3, 1997: pp. 28, 31, 33.
Fox, Catherine. “Petah Coyne and Her Girls.” Atlanta Journal, Atlanta Constitution, May 9, 1997: sec. P, p. 18.
“Delicate Hanging Sculptures by Coyne Make up High Museum Exhibition.” Americus Times Recorder, May 8, 1997.
Hoffman, Hank. “Art Alley.” New Haven Advocate, May 8, 1997.
Zimmer, William. “Sprawling works, Thirteen Sculptors.” New York Times, May 4, 1997: sec. CN, p. 20.
Tully, Judd. ”At the Edge.” Art + Auction, vol. XIX no. 10 (May, 1997): pp. 130-5.
Landi, Ann. “Site Specifics.” ARTnews, vol. 96 no.4 (April, 1997): pp. 116-8.
Fox, Catherine. “Coyne Looks Back at Dreams of Future.” Atlanta Journal, Atlanta Constitution, April 18,1997: sec. P, p. 7.
“Hanging Sculptures by Artist Petah Coyne At High Museum.” Antiques and the Arts Weekly, Apr. 18, 1997.
“Art At The Edge.” Chattanooga Free Press, April 1997: p. 6.
Rubin, David. “The Human Touch in Contemporary Sculpture: The Continuing Vision of Eva Hesse.” Focus on Art 2 (Phoenix), no. 1 (Spring 1997): pp. 5-7.
Tanguy, Sarah. “Black/White/Black.” Sculpture (Washington), vol. 16 no. 2 (February 1997): p. 62.
Heilman, Diane. “A Closed Speed Museum Adds to its Collection.” The Courier Journal, January 26,1997: sec. Arts and Leisure, p. 11.
1996 Smith, Roberta. “The World Through Women’s Lenses.” New York Times, Dec. 13,1996: sec. C, p. 28.
Newhall, Edith. “Photography—Monks on the Run.” New York, vol. 29 no. 47 (Dec.2, 1996): p. 150.
Gibson, David. “Petah Coyne.” NY Soho, no. 5 (December 1996): p. 35.
Parmelee, Terry. “Koan Critics Roundtable. ” Koan (Washington), vol. V no. 4 (December 1996): p. 17.
Arning, Bill. “Petah Coyne—Photography.” TimeOut New York, issue 62 (November 28–December 5, 1996): p. 46.
Aletti, Vince. “Petah Coyne—Photography.” Village Voice, November 26, 1996, sec. Voice Choices: p. 9.
Hicks, Robert. “Getting The Camera Behind the Movement.” The Villager, Nov. 13, 1996: p. 23.
Lewis, Jo Ann. “Sculptures that Melt Distinction Between Life and Death. ”Washington Post, October 29, 1996: sec. E, pp. 1, 6.
Hartman, Carl. Associated Press, “Far Out Sculptress No Longer so Fishy.” Cincinnati Enquirer, October 27, 1996: sec. A, p. 26.
“Artist Isn’t Hooked on Dead Fish Now. ” Post and Courier, October 27, 1996: sec. A, p. 4.
Dixon, Glenn. “Arti Facts: The Art of Installation.” Washington City Paper, Oct. 11, 1996: p. 56.
Coyne, Petah. “Opinioni—Le Ragion: della Giovane Astrazione Ridefinita.” Tema Celeste Contemporanea Arts (Milan), no. 58: (Autunno 1996): pp. 54-61.
“Surface and Illusion, An Edge of Black.” Aperture, no.145 (Fall 1996): pp. 46-51.
Bennette, John, “Small Budgets, Large Ambitions.” ARTnews, special edition (January 31, 1996): pp. 48-54.
Matlack, Jennifer. “Artswatch.” MS., vol. VII no. 2 (Sept/Oct 1996): inside cover and 78.
MacAdam, Barbara. “Museums—Good Time Guide.” Conde Nast Traveler, special issue (September 1996): pp. 58-60.
MacAdam, Barbara. “Girl Talk.” ARTnews, Vol. 95 no. 8 (September 1996): cover and pp. 104-7.
“1995 in Review: Public Art.” Art in America, vol. 84 no. 8 (August 1996): pp. 36-7.
Huffstutter, P.J. “House of Wax.” San Diego Union-Tribune, June 20–25: sec. NC, p. 1.
Greer, Roger. “Chicago Expo’s Worldwide Acclaim Grows.” Ann Arbor News, May 25, 1996: sec. E, p. 6.
Jaeger, William. “Square Bubbles Perfect for Nott.” Times Union, April 14, 1996.
Nicholas, Stuart. “Tormenting Beauty.” Cover: Underground National (New York), vol. 10 no. 2 (March 1996): pp. 30-1.
Cohen, Ronny. “New York Diary.” Art Newspaper, February 1996: International Edition, p. 30.
“Art Alert: New Sculpture for the Permanent Collection by Nancy Davidson, Petah Coyne, and John Ahearn.” Articles (Weatherspoon Art Gallery), Winter & Spring 1996.
1995 Damianovic, Maia, “Opinioni sul Fantastico, Immagini Senza Famiglia.” Tema Celeste (Milan), no. 55 (Numero Speciale dedicato al Fantastico Inverno, 1995): pp. 76-99.
Davenport, Kimberly. “Impossible Liberties, Contemporary Artists on the Life of Their Work Over Time.” Art Journal (New York), vol. 54 no. 2 (Summer 1995): pp. 40-52.
Taplin, Robert. “Development in Contemporary Sculpture?” Sculpture (Washington) vol. 14 no.1 (May/June 1995): pp. 10-11.
McQuaid, Cate. “The Ways of All Flesh, The List and Mass Art Examine the Body,” Boston Phoenix, February 3, 1995: Sec.3, pp. 1-2.
Stapen, Nancy. “Feminine Dialogues: a Tempest from Oppenheim’s Teacup.” Boston Sunday Globe, January 29, 1995.
Sherman, Mary. “Female Artists Express Their Gender.” Boston Herald, January 25, 1995: p. 46.
Schwendewien, Jude. “Collectors: Barbara And Ira Sahlman.” Sculpture, January/February 1995: pp. 18-19.
1994 Ash, John. “Petah Coyne/Reviews.” Artforum, vol. XXXIII no. 2 (October 1994): p. 103.
Garguilo, Thomas. “In the Lineage of Eva Hesse.” Art New England (Brighton, MA), vol. 15 no. (October/November 1994): pp. 46-7.
Bass, Ruth. “Petah Coyne.” ARTnews, vol. 93 no. 8 (October 1994): p. 184.
Bizot, Ruth. “Fabricating Nature.” Hampton Roads Home and Garden, October 1994.
“Gallery Reviews/Petah Coyne.” New Yorker, vol. LXX no. 33 (October 17, 1994): p. 29.
Opocensky, Pavel. “N.Y. Devadesta Leth.” Atelier (Stranaly), October 1994: p. 16.
“New York Studio Events: Petah Coyne.” Independent Curators Incorporated Newsletter (New York), vol. 9 no. 1 (Fall, 1994): p. 4.
James, Curtia. “Man-Made Nature.” Portfolio Magazine, October 11, 1994.
Lukac, Jenni. “Petah Coyne/ New York Art Reviews.” Art Papers, vol. 8 no. 5 (Sept/Oct 1994): p. 58-9.
Schnoor, Chris. “Fabricated Nature: Sculpture Dualities.” Reflex, August/September 1994: p. 13.
Melrod, George. “New York, New York.” Sculpture (Washington), vol. 13, no. 4 (July–August 1994): pp. 46-7.
Princenthal, Nancy. “Petah Coyne at Jack Shainman.” Art in America, vol. 82 no. 6 (June 1994): p. 95.
Fujimori, Manami. “From New York: In the Lineage of Eva Hesse.” BT Monthly Art Magazine Bijutsu Techo (Tokyo), vol. 46 no. 689 (June 1994): pp. 126-7.
Ross, Jeanette. “Through A looking Glass.” Artweek (Boise, ID), vol. 25 no. 12 (May 19, 1994): p. 12.
Harthorn, Sandy. “New Master.” Nashville Scene, April 21, 1994: pp. 46, 48.
Bernstein, Charles. “I Don’t Take Voice Mail: The Object of Art in the Age of Electronic Technology.” http://sitec.fr, April 16, 1994.
Feinstein, Lea. “If the Shoe Fits.” Baltimore Chronicle, 1994.
Proctor, David. “Paradoxical Show Opens.” Idaho Statesman, April 8, 1994: pp. 1, 3.
Hess, Elizabeth. “Wax Poetic.” Village Voice, April 5, 1994: p. 94.
Levin, Kim. “Choices: The Garden of Sculptural Delights.” Village Voice, April 5, 1994: Choices, p. 73.
McGee, Eva. “One-Piece Puzzle.” Louisville Magazine, p. 65.
Klawans, Stuart, “Museums.” Daily News, April 2, 1994: p. 24.
Wallach, Amei. “An Exuberant Celebration of Life.” New York Newsday, April 1, 1994: sec. B, pp. 17, 21.
Larson, Kay. “Garden of Sculptural Delights.” New York, vol. XXVII no. 13 (March 28,1994): p. 98.
Hicks, Robert. “Group Seeks to Wed Sculpture and Theatre.” The Villager, March 23, 1994.
Levin, Kim. “Choices.” Village Voice, March 23, 1994: sec. Voice Choices, p. 71.
Smith, Roberta. “Sculptors in the Shadow of a Minimalist Master.” New York Times, March 18, 1994: sec. C, p. 21.
1993 Sachs, Sid. “Petah Coyne,” New Art Examiner (Chicago) December 1993: p. 34.
“From Abroad.” BT Monthly Art Magazine Bijutsu Techo (Tokyo) vol. 45, no. 678 (November 1993): p. 141.
Cotter, Holland. “The Greening of Russia: Recycling Lenin Statues.” New York Times, September 3, 1993: sec. C, p. 17.
Weschler, Lawrence. “Portfolio, slight Modifications.” New Yorker, vol. LXIX no. 12 (July 12, 1993): pp. 59-65.
Silverman, Jason. “Playful Conceptual Collages, sculpture show Opens at CCA.” Pasatiempo, July 28, 1993: p. 41.
Isaacson, Philip. “Art Review.” Maine Sunday Telegram, January 24, 1993: sec. E, p. 4.
1992 Aletti, Vince, “Choices.” Village Voice, December 29, 1992: sec. Voice Choices, pp. 73-4.
Boettger, Suzanne. “Dirt Works.” Sculpture (Washington), vol. II no. 6 (November/December 1992): pp. 38-43.
Von Ziegesar, Peter. “Art in Religious Places.” Artlogue, November/ December 1992: pp. 1-3.
Levin, Kim. “Choices.” Village Voice, August 4, 1992: sec. Voice Choices, p. 71.
Jowitt, Deborah. “The Uses of Enchantment.” Village Voice, June 23, 1992: p. 94.
Acocella, Joan. “Choices.” Village Voice, May 26, 1992: sec. Voice Choices, p. 84.
Chico, Beth. “Petah Coyne/Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art.” Dialogue (Kansas City, MO), vol. 13 no. 6 (May/June 1992): pp. 1, 3.
Cullinan, Helen. “Aliens Hulks of Brooding Human Emotion.” Plain Dealer, March 15, 1992.
Pearson, Deanne. “Technology and Nature: A Juxtaposition of Forces.” Pitch, February 12–18,1992.
Thorson, Alice. “Modern Concerns Inspire Dramatic Modern Sculpture.” Kansas City Star, February 9, 1992: sec. I, p. 4.
Colby, Joy Hakanson. “Horse Packs Quite A Wallop.” Detroit News, January 10, 1992.
1991 Dobrovodsky, Deb. “The Toledo Museum.” Collegian, December 1991.
Vallongo, Sally. “A Sneak Preview of Tomorrow’s Art.” Toledo Blade, December 1991: p. 79.
Vallongo, Sally. “Art with a Modern Message.” Toledo Blade, December 8, 1991: pp. 1, 2.
Spring, Justin. “Petah Coyne.” Artforum, vol. XXX no. 4 (December 1991): p. 104.
Taplin, Robert. “Petah Coyne at Jack Shainman and Diane Brown.” Art in America, vol. 79 no. 12 (December, 1991): pp. 108-9.
Cyphers, Peggy. “New York in Review/Petah Coyne.” Arts (New York), vol. 66 no. 44 (December 1991): p. 79.
Drieshpoon, Douglas. “Petah Coyne.” ARTnews, vol. 90 no. 10 (December 1991): p. 124.
Schwartzman, Allan. “Petah Coyne.” New Yorker, vol. LXVII no. 33 (October 7, 1991): pp. 14-15.
Kimmelman, Michael. “Art in Review.” New York Times, October 4, 1991: sec. C, p. 24.
Newhall, Edith. “Fall Preview.” New York, vol. 24 no. 37 (September 23, 1991): pp. 56-64.
Harrison, Helen A. “The Natural World and It’s Mysteries.” New York Times (Long Island Edition), August 11, 1991: p. 13.
Smith, Roberta. “On Long Island, Photos, Portraits, Pollack and Stereotyping.” New York Times, August 9, 1991: sec. C, p. 22.
Mahler, Gwen. “Awards in the Visual Arts 10.” Metropolitan Muse (Arlington, VA), August 1991: pp. 7-8.
Viney, Jill. “Studio/Petah Coyne.” Sculpture (New York), vol. 10 no. 4 (July/August 1991): pp. 20-1.
Lipson, Karin. “Nature in the Abstract, Around Us and Within.” Newsday, July 26,1991, Part II: p. 86.
Baker, Kenneth. “Awards show Triggers Censorship Memories.” San Francisco Chronicle, July 21, 1991.
Sweeney, Louise. “Controversial Show Salutes Top 10 in the Visual Arts.” Christian Science Monitor, July 19, 1991: p. 10.
Gibson, Eric. “This is What Wins Awards?” Insight (New York), vol. 7, no. 27 (July 8, 1991): pp. 40-1.
Grenier, Richard. “A Winner of Visual Inanities.” Washington Times, July 8, 1991.
Thorson, Alice. “Worthy Winners.” City Paper, July 5, 1991: p. 25.
“Nine Abstract Artists at Heckscher.” Long Islander, June 27, 1991: p. .2.
“Contemporary Arts At The Heckscher.” The Dix Hillian, June 26, 1991: p. 7.
Gibson, Eric. “Awards Based on Politics Slander Two Deserving Artists.” Washington Times, June 20, 1991: sec. F, pp. 1, 5.
Burchard, Hank. “What You Get, What You See.” Washington Post, June 14, 1991: p. 58.
Lewis, Jo Ann. “Tantalizing Reflections at the Hirshorn, the Power of 10 Artists.” Washington Post, June 12, 1991: sec. F, pp. 1, 9.
Wye, Pamela. “This, This, This Body: The Sculpture of Petah Coyne.” Sulfur, vol. XI no. 28 (Spring 1991: pp. 53-62.
Feinstein, Lea. “Ephemeral Sculpture at SMU Gallery.” Providence Business News, Feb. 4, 1991: p. 16.
1990 Solnit, Rebecca. “Dirt.” Art Issues (Los Angeles), no. 15 (December 1990/January 1991): pp. 30-5.
Wilkin, Karen. “At the Galleries.” Partisan Review, vol. LVII no. 1 (Winter 1990): pp. 126-135.
Avgikos, Jan. “The (Un) Making of Nature, Whitney Museum Downtown.” Artforum, vol. XXIX no. 3 (November, 1990): pp. 165-6.
Duncan, Ann. “Contemporary Artists Reveal in Diversity.” The Gazette (Montreal), October 13, 1990.
Brunet-Weinmann, Monique, “Art Contemporain 90: L’Art-Spectacle De La Jeune Generation.” La Presse (Montreal), September 29, 1990: sec. D, p. 13.
Gravel, Claire. “Prophetiques Visions De 15 Artists De La Releve.” Le Devoir (Montreal), September 29, 1990: sec. C, p. 12.
LePage, Jocelyne. “Art Contemporain 90: L’Art-Spectacle de la Jeune Generation.” La Presse (Montreal), September 29: sec. D, p. 13.
Cron, Marie-Michele. “Visions 90, L’Empire Des Sens.” Voir (Montreal), September 27–October 3, 1990.
McGovern, Adam. “Detritus, Jack Tilton Gallery.” Cover Magazine (New York), vol. 4, no. 7, September 1990.
Hayt-Atkins, Elizabeth. “The Anxiety of Influence.” Contemporania, Issue 20 (September 1990): pp. 66-73.
Loughery, John. “Lines of Vision: Drawing by Contemporary Women.” Women’s Art Journal, vol. 11 no. 2, Fall 1990/Winter 1991.
Levin, Kim. “Choices.” Village Voice, July 31, 1990: sec. Voice Choices, p. 101.
Gravel, Claire. “Un Automne Chard en Art Actuel.” Le Devoir (Montreal), July 14: sec. C, p. 8.
Be-Haim, Tsipi. “Awakening the Brooklyn.” Sculpture (Washington), vol. 9 no. 3 (May/June 1990): pp. 68-73.
Holst, Lise. “Petah Coyne at Jack Shainman.” Art in America, vol. 78 no. 2 (February 1990): pp. 174-5.
Mahoney, Robert. “Petah Coyne/Jack Shainman/ Brooklyn Museum.” Sculpture (Washington), vol. 9 no. 1 (January/February 1990): pp. 68-9.
Holst, Lise. “Terra Firma: Land and Landscape in Art of the 1980’s.” ARTnews, vol. 89 no.1 (January 1990): pp. 169-70.
1989 Kachur, Lewis. “Sculptors Turn To Social Themes.” Art International (Paris), no. 9 (Winter 1989): pp. 90-2.
Phillips, Patricia C. “Petah Coyne/Brooklyn Museum, Jack Shainman Gallery.” Artforum, vol. XXVIII no. 9 (December 1989): p. 137.
Dreishpoon, Douglas. “Petah Coyne.” Arts Magazine (New York), vol. 64 no. 4 (December 1989): p. 82.
“Exhibitions/Coyne’s Largest Installation.” The Journal of Art (New York), vol. 2 no. 2 (November, 1989): p.16.
Grimes, Nancy. “Petah Coyne/Jack Shainman.” ARTnews, vol. 88 no. 9 (November 1989): p. 161-2.
Semel, Nava. “The Forest and the Grass/Petah Coyne.” Studio Art Magazine (Israel), November 1989 : p. 46.
Kimmelman, Michael. “Petah Coyne/Brooklyn Museum.” New York Times, October 6, 1989: sec. C, p. 27.
Amann, Gloria. “Petah Coyne/Jack Shainman Gallery.” Cover Magazine (New York), vol. 3 no. 8 (October 1989): p. 14.
Raven, Arlene. “Black Madonna.” Village Voice, September 26, 1989: 94.
Schwartzman, Allan. “Art.” New Yorker, vol. no. (September 26, 1989): p. 11.
Levin, Kim. “Choices.” Village Voice, September 26, 1989: sec. Voice Choices, p. 52.
Newhall, Edith. “Sculptors on Their Own.” New York, vol. 22 no. 36 (September 11, 1989): p.73.
Brenson, Michael. “Petah Coyne.” New York Times, September 8, 1989: sec. C, p. 22.
Tonkinson, Carole. “Art Notes.” Elle, vol. V no. 1 (September 1989): p. 318.
Tanaka, Hiroko. “Artwave from New York.” Hi Fashion (Tokyo), vol. 8 no. 184 (August 1989): p. 200-1.
Forman, Alice. “Colleges’ ‘Figure’ Exhibits Add Up To Two Fine Shows.” Poughkeepsie Journal, May 21,1989: sec. F, p. 2.
Pennella, Florence. “‘Emerging’ Ideas.” Poughkeepsie Journal, April 28, 1989: sec. D, pp. 1, 10.
Grimes, Nancy. “Kindred Spirits: Metaphysical Insights of Seven Sculptors.” New Art Examiner (Chicago), vol. 16 no. 7 (March 1989): p. 52.
Wolff, Millie. “New Art Emerges at Norton.” Palm Beach Daily News, February 2, 1989: sec. B, p. 1.
Schwan, Gary. “It Figures.” Palm Beach Post, January 27, 1989: sec. TGIF, p. 30.
1988 Craig, William Jr. “Changes at Hood and AVA.” Valley News, December 29, 1988: p. 32.
Fox, Marilyn J. “The Year in Visual Arts.” Reading Eagle, December 18, 1988: sec. D: pp. 1, 3.
Mahoney, Robert. “Long Island University/C.W. Post.” Arts Magazine (New York), vol. 63 no. 3, November 1988: p. 117.
Rubinstein, Meyer Raphael. “David and Goliath.” ECT Montreal, no 5 (Automne 1988): pp. 98-9.
Mahoney, Robert. “David and Goliath.” Arts Magazine (New York), vol. 64 no. 2 (October 1988): p. 102.
Gibson, Eric. “Nature and Sculpture, A New Subjectivity Takes Root.” Sculpture (Washington), vol. 7 no. 5 (Sept/Oct, 1988): pp. 28-31.
Craig, William, Jr. “New Sculptures Suggest Creation’s Callous Beauty.” Valley News, August 18, 1988.
Cullum, J.W. “Strike: Coyne, Fasnacht, Driscoll, Hepper.” Art Papers (Atlanta), vol. 12 no. 4 (July/August 1988): pp. 56-7.
Levin, Kim. “Choices.” Village Voice, July 19, 1988: sec. Voice Choices, p. 42.
Matyas, Diane. “Thought on Public Sculpture: The work of Petah Coyne.” Q. Journal of Art, Cornell University, July 1988: pp. 23-4.
“What’s Going On.” New School Observer, June/July 1988.
Heartney, Eleanor. “Elements: Five Installations.” ARTnews (April 1988): p. 56.
Fox, Marilyn J. “Art Takes On Life In College Exhibit.” Reading Times, April 1, 1988: sec. 2, p. 12.
Levin, Kim. “Choices.” Village Voice, March 22, 1988: sec. Voice Choices, p. 50.
Shicho-Shaj. “Elements, Five Installations.” Geijutsu-Shinsho (Tokyo), April 1988: p. 56.
Temin, Christine. “Critic’s Tip.” Boston Globe, February 11, 1988: p. 31.
Corney, John. “Pessimism Evades Exhibit.” Baltimore Sun, Jan. 8, Maryland Live: p. 33.
Levin, Kim. “Artwalk.” Village Voice, January 5, 1988: p. 84.
Levin, Kim. “Choices.” Village Voice, January 5, 1988: sec. Voice Choices, p. 40.
Bartclik, Marek. “Vidziane Z Manhattanu.” Prezglad Polske (Poland), January 1–3, 1988.
1987 Phillips, Patricia, “Petah Coyne, Sculpture Center.” Flash Art (Milan), no. 137 (Nov/Dec, 1987): pp.107-8.
Brenson, Michael. “Maverick sculptor Makes Good.” New York Times, November 1, 1987: sec. Magazine, pp. 84, 88, 90, 92-3.
Levin, Kim. “Choices.” Village Voice, October 6, 1987: sec. Voice Choices, p. 44.
Levin, Kim. “Artwalk.” Village Voice, October 6,1987: sec. Art Supplement: p. 19.
Levin, Kim. “Choices.” Village Voice, September 29, 1987: sec. Voice Choices sec., p. 46.
Brenson, Michael. “Critics’ Choice.” New York Times, September 13, 1987: The Guide, p. 2.
Brenson, Michael. “Season Preview, A Selective Guide.” New York Times, August 30, 1987: Magazine sec., pp. 111-3.
Schwarze, Richard. “Will Artistic Equality Be Forever Elusive?” Times Publication, July 29, 1987: sec. B, p. 1.
Brenson, Michael. “City As Sculptural Garden: Seeing the New and Daring.” New York Times, July 17, 1987: sec. C, pp. 1, 24.
Zimmer, William. “Sculpture Carefully Created For A Site.” New York Times, June 28, 1987: p. 24.
Brenson, Michael. “Petah Coyne.” New York Times, May 22, 1987: sec. C, p. 24.
Gonzales, Shirley. “Sydney Blum, Petah Coyne, Beverly Fishman.” New Haven Register, May 3,1987, sec. 3, p. D.
Stein, Jerry. “Standing Ground Showcases Women Sculptors.” Cincinnati Post, March 27, 1987: sec. B, pp. 7, 12.
Levin, Kim. “It’s A Jungle Out There.” Village Voice, March 24, 1987: p. 78.
Levin, Kim. “Voice Centerfold.” Village Voice, March 17, 1987: p. 72.
Brenson, Michael. “Critics’ Choice.” New York Times, January 18, 1987: The Guide, p. 2.
1986 Mewling, Frank. “Aldrich: New Look For A New Year.” News-Times, December 28, 1986.
Eliasopli, Philip. “Back to the Aldrich Museum, Naturally.” Stanford Advocate, December 21, 1986.
Brenson, Michael. “Sculpture Breaks The Mold of Minimalism.” New York Times, November 23, 1986: sec., 2: pp. 1, 33.
Schwabsky, Barry. “Sydney Blum/Petah Coyne/Beverly Fishman.” Arts Magazine, November,1986: p. 120.
“Fishes and Habits.” Stroll, The Magazine of Outdoor Art and Street Culture (New York), vol. 2, no. 2 (November/December/January,1986): p. 15.
Brenson, Michael. “DiSuvero’s Drama of a Sculpture Park Grows In Queens.” New York Times, October 12, 1986: sec. 2, pp. 31-2.
Raynor Vivien. “Intimations of Figure At Newark’s Robeson Center Gallery.” New York Times, October 12, 1986: NJ ed., p. 36.
Watkin, Eileen. “Exhibits at Robeson Gallery in Newark Take Figurative Look At Human Figure.” Newark Star Ledger, October 12, 1986, sec. 4.
Long, Robert. “Non-Profit Center Helps Artist Bloom.” Southampton Press, September 25, 1986.
Zimmer, William. “Sydney Blum, Petah Coyne, Beverly Fishman.” New York Times, September 19, 1986: sec. C, p. 25.
Kaufman, Jason Edward. “Four American Artists Show Their Earthliness In Dual Locale Whitney Exhibition.” New York City Tribune, January 14, 1986: pp. 10, 14.
Brenson, Michael. “A Transient Art Form With Staying Power.” New York Times, January 10,1986: sec. 2, pp. 33, 34.
Roberts, CatSou. “Sydney Blum, Petah Coyne, Beverly Fishman.” 108, An East Village Review, September 1986: p. 8.
Brenson, Michael. “A Bountiful Season In Outdoor Sculpture Reveals Glimmers of a New Sensibility.” New York Times, July 18,1986: sec C, pp. 1, 20.
Long, Robert. “Review.” Southampton Press, June 19, 1986.
Brenson, Michael. “Review.” New York Times, June 13, 1986.
Faxon, Alicia. “Nature Observed.” Art New England, April 1986.
Keyes, Norman, Jr. “Review” Boston Globe, February 25, 1986: pp. 3, 10.
Stapen, Nancy. “Nature Exhibit Need a Focus.” Boston Herald, February 14, 1986: sec. Weekend, p. 66.
Zimmer, William. “Natural Disaster Show Offers Samples of Creative Upheaval.” New York Times (Westchester edition), January 26, 1986: p. 24.
1985 Lewis, Pamela. “Bayou Show.” Houston Post, March 23, 1985, sec. G, pp. 1-2.
Johnson, Patricia C. “A Stroll Down The Bayou Path For An Artful View.” Houston Chronicle, March 16, 1985: sec. 4, p. 1, 6.
1984 Shipp, E.R. “Chicago Watches As 10 Sculptures Grow.” New York Times, October 2, 1984: Chicago ed., p.8.
Schwarze, Richard F. “Arts/Petah Coyne.” Journal Herald, September 1, 1986: p. 23.
Lyon, Christopher. “Sculpture Chicago at Printers Row.” Chicago Sun-Times, August 26, 1984: pp. 18, 20.
1983 Larson, Kay. “On the Beach.” New York, vol. 16 no. 35 (September 5, 1986): pp. 52-3.
Glueck, Grace. “Engaging Experiments Transform A Sandy Site.” New York Times, July 31, 1986: sec. H, pp. 25-6.
 
 
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