2010's Homann, Joachim, ed. Why Draw?: 500 Years of Drawings and Watercolors at Bowdoin College,
DelMonico Books and Prestel: New York, pgs. 140, 182.
Hostetler, Lisa. “A Matter of Memory: Photography as Object in the Digital Age". Exhibition catalogue.
Rochester, NY: George Eastman Museum, 2016.
Ganz, Kate, ed. Drawing Then: Innovation and Influence in American Drawings of the Sixties. Exhibition catalogue. New York: Dominique Lévy, 2016.
  Schimmel, Paul, Jenni Sorkin, Anne Wagner, et. al. Revolution in the Making: Abstract Sculpture by
Women 1947-2016
. Milan: Skira, 2016. 
    Volk, Gregory. Michelle Stuart, Theatre of Memory: Photographic Works. Exhibition catalogue. New York:
Dadadog Press with The Bronx Museum of the Arts, 2016. 
    Pesenti, Allegra, et. al. Apparitions: Frottages and Rubbings from 1860 to Now. Exhibition catalogue.
Houston: The Menil Collection; Los Angeles: The Hammer Museum, 2015. 
    “Michelle Stuart: Topographies, Works on Paper 1968-2015,” exhibition catalogue. Los Angeles:
Marc Selwyn Fine Art, 2015. 
    “Michelle Stuart: Trace Memory,” exhibition catalogue. London: Parafin, 2015. 
    Miller, Dana, ed. Whitney Museum of American Art: Handbook of the Collection. New Haven:
Yale University Press, 2015, p. 373.  
    Montross, Sarah, et al. Past Futures: Science Fiction, Space Travel, and Postwar Art of the Americas, exhibition catalogue. Brunswick, Maine: Bowdoin College Museum of Art, 2015. 
    Birmingham, Mary and Katherine Murdock. Women Choose Women Again, exhibition catalogue. Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, 2014. 
    Lippard, Lucy. Undermining: A Wild Ride in Words and Images through Land Use Politics in the Changing West. New York: The New Press, 2014. 
    Lippard, Lucy. “A Woman’s Place: Sandra Menefee Taylor.” Heart/Land: Sandra Menefee Taylor’s Vital Matters. Fargo, ND: PlainsArt Museum, 2014, pp. 25-29.  
    MacNaughton, Mary Davis. Women and Print: A Contemporary View. Claremont, CA: Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Scripps College, 2014. 
    “Michelle Stuart:The Radical Redefinition of Drawing 1969-1979,” exhibition catalogue. New York:
Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects, 2014.  
    Sinsheimer, Karen. Heavenly Bodies. Santa Barbara: Nazraeli Press in association with Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 2014. 
    Baum, Kelly. New Jersey as Non-Site, exhibition catalogue. Princeton University Art Museum, 2013.
    Lovatt, Anna, ed. Michelle Stuart: Drawn From Nature. Ostfildern, Germany: Hatje Cantz Verlag, 2013. 
    “Michelle Stuart: Palimpsests,” exhibition catalogue. New York: Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects, 2012.
    Darling, Michael. The Language of Less (Then and Now), exhibition catalogue. Chicago: Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, 2011.
    Delahunty, Gavin and Christoph Schulz, eds. Alice in Wonderland: Through the Visual Arts, exhibition catalogue. Liverpool: Tate Publishing, 2011.
  2000's Bright, Betty.  No Longer Innocent: Book Art in America 1960-1980.  New York: Granary Books, 2005.
    Casey, Edward S.  “Plotting and Charting the Path: Voyaging to the Ends of the Earth with Michelle Stuart.”  In Earth Mapping: Artists Reshaping Landscape [PP 57-89].  Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2005.
    Fairbrother, Trevor.  On Paper: Masterworks from the Addison Collection (foreword by Adam D. Weinberg).  Andover, MA: Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, 2004.
    Longwell, Alicia G.  North Fork/South Fork, East End Art Now, exhibition catalogue.  Southampton,       NY: The Parrish Art Museum, 2004.
    National Academy of Design, 178th Annual Exhibition, exhibition catalogue.  New York: National Academy of Design, 2003.  Also, Designo, exhibition catalogue, 2005.
    Casey, Edward S. Representing Place: Landscape Painting and Maps.  Minnesota: University of Minnesota Press, 2002.
    Dowley, Jennifer, and Nancy Princenthal.  A Creative Legacy: A History of the National Endowment for the Arts Visual Artists' Fellowship Program, with introduction by Bill Ivey.  New York: Harry N. Abrams in association with the National Endowment for the Arts, 2001.
    Stein, Donna.  Rags to Riches: 25 years of Paper from Dieu Donne Papermill.  Ed. Mina Takahashi.  New York: Dieu Donne Papermill, 2001.
  1990's Butler, Cornelia H.  Afterimage: Drawing Through Process, exhibition catalogue.  Los Angeles: The Museum of Contemporary Art in association with the MIT Press, 1999.
    Brody, Jacqueline. Neuberger Museum of Art 1997 Biennial Exhibition of Public Art, exhibition catalogue.  New York: SUNY Purchase, 1997.
    Storr, Robert.  On the Edge: Contemporary Art from the Werner and Elaine Dannheiser Collection, exhibition catalogue.  New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 1997.
    Foreman, Richard.  “Perfumes of Extinction: Michelle Stuart.”  In Michelle Stuart: Natural Histories, exhibition catalogue.  Santa Fe, NM: Bellas Artes, 1996.
    Michelle Stuart: Natural Histories, exhibition catalogue.  Santa Fe, NM: Bellas Artes, 1996.
    Stoops, Susan L.  More Than Minimal: Feminism and Abstraction in the 1970s, exhibition catalogue.  Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, April/June 1996. Contributions by Whitney Chadwick, Kate Linker, Lucy Lippard, Ann M. Wagner.
    Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome, Volume 40, catalogue representing work of fellows and residents.  Rome: American Academy in Rome, 1995.
    Cullen, Deborah. Strategies of Narration: Fifth International Cairo Biennale, exhibition catalogue. Cairo: Arts in America, US Information Agency, 1994.
    Michelle Stuart: The Elements 1973-1979, exhibition catalogue.  New York: Fawbush Gallery, 1992.
    Brody, Jacqueline.  Lineas De Vision, exhibition catalogue in Spanish, Latin American tour, 1990-91.
    Chadwick, Whitney.  “Gender, Race and Modernism after the Second World War.” In Women, Art and Society, 316-354.  New York: Thames and Hudson, 1990.
    Finch, Elizabeth. The (Un) Making of Nature, exhibition catalogue.  New York: The Whitney Museum of American Art, 1990.
    Revered Earth, exhibition catalogue, with essays by Dominique Mazeaud, Melinda Wortz. New York: Pratt Institute; and Santa Fe, NM: Center for Contemporary Arts, 1990.
    Rosenfeld, Daniel. Terra Incognita: New Directions in American Landscape, exhibition catalogue.  Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, 1990.
    Rubenstein, Charlotte S. American Women Sculptors: A History of Women Working in Three Dimensions.  Boston: G.K. Hall & Company, 1990.
  1980's Michelle Stuart: Small Sculptures, exhibition catalogue (essays by Thalia Gouma-Peterson, Karl E. Willers;  catalogue design by Kathleen McManus Zurko).  Wooster, OH: College of Wooster Art Museum;  Kent, OH: Kent State University School of Art Gallery, 1989.
    Walker, Barry T. Projects & Portfolios: The 25th National Print Exhibition, exhibition catalogue.  Brooklyn, NY: The Brooklyn Museum, 1989.
    Willers, Karl Emil. The Experience of Landscape: Three Decades of American Sculpture.  New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1989.
    Beckett, Wendy.  Contemporary Women Artists.  Oxford: Phaidon Press Ltd., 1988.
    Collischan, Dr. Judith. Michelle Stuart: Voyages, exhibition catalogue.  Greenvale, NY: Hillwood Art Gallery, Long Island University, 1985.
    Michelle Stuart: Ashes in Arcadia, exhibition catalogue. Waltham, MA: Rose Art Museum, Brandeis Uninversty, 1988.
    Michelle Stuart, exhibition catalogue.  Hartford, CT: Wadsworth Atheneum, 1988.
    Michelle Stuart: Silent Gardens, the American Landscape, exhibition catalogue. Waltham, MA: Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, 1988.
    Miller-Keller, Andrea. Michelle Stuart/ Matrix 102, exhibition catalogue.  Hartford, CT: Wadsworth Atheneum, 1988. (Matrix: A Changing Exhibition of Contemporary Art.)
    Rosen, Randy and Catherine C. Brawer. Making Their Mark: Women Artists Move into the Mainstream 1970-1985, exhibition catalogue. Cincinnati Art Museum.  New York: Abbeville Press, 1988.
    Stoops, Susan L. Michelle Stuart, Ashes in Arcadia. Environmental room installation in conjunction with exhibit, brochure separate from catalogue, 1988.
    Stoops, Susan L.  Michelle Stuart, Silent Gardens: The American Landscape, exhibition catalogue.  Waltham, MA: Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, 1988.
    Duvert, Elizabeth.  “With Stone, Star and Earth: The Presence of the Archaic in the Landscape Visions of Georgia O'Keefe, Nancy Holt, and Michelle Stuart.”  In The Desert Is No Lady.  Eds. Vera Norwood and Janice Monk, 216-222.  New Haven: Yale University Press, 1987.
    Lippard, Lucy. The Eloquent Object, exhibition catalogue.  Eds. Marcia and Tom Manhart, 217-218.  Tulsa, OK: The Philbrook Museum of Art, 1987.
    Michelle Stuart: Recent Paintings, exhibition catalogue. Tokyo: Gallery Ueda, 1987.
    Beal, Graham W. J. Second Sight Biennial IV, exhibition catalogue.  San Francisco: Museum of Modern Art, 1986.
    Kotik ,Charlotta. “Paradise in the Grand Lobby.” The Brooklyn Museum Bulletin, April 1986.
    Michelle Stuart: Essence of Place—Paintings, Objects, and Drawings from the Earth, exhibition catalogue.  Chicago: Arts Club of Chicago, 1986.
    Westfall, Stephen. Nancy Holt/Michelle Stuart: Alaskan Impressions, Environment as Window, exhibition catalogue.  Anchorage: Visual Arts Center of Alaska, 1986.
    Westfall, Stephen. Sky Art: Alaska, exhibition catalogue. Cambridge, MA: Visual Arts Center of Alaska with Center for Advanced Visual Studies, MIT, 1986.
    Michelle Stuart: Voyages, exhibition catalogue (essays by Lawrence Alloway, Judy Collischan Van Wagner). Long Island, NY: Hillwood Art Gallery, School of the Arts, Long Island University, C.W. Post Campus, 1985.
    Weintraub, Linda. The Maximal Implications of the Minimal Line, exhibition catalogue. Annandale-on-Hudson, NY: Edith C. Blum Art Institute, Milton and Sally Avery Center for the Arts, Bard College Center, 1985.
    Arrouye, Jean. L’Art Americaine: Dans les Collections Publiques Francaises de Province 1960-1992.  Toulon: Musee de Toulon, France, 1984.
    Michelle Stuart, exhibition catalogue. Helsinki: Galleria Exit Kristamikkola, 1984.
    The Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. Selections from the Permanent Collection, Volume I.  Chicago: The Museum of Contemporary Art, 1984.
    Robins, Corinne. The Pluralist Era: American Art 1968-1981.  New York: Harper and Row, 1984.
    Stein, Donna. “Michelle Stuart's Magical Mystery Garden.”  In Re-Dact: An Anthology of Art Criticism.  Ed. Peter Frank, 173-179.  New York: Willis, Locker & Owens, 1984.
    Ueda, Akira. Michelle Stuart, exhibition catalogue (insert essay by Yusuke Nakahara).  Tokyo: Gallery Ueda Warehouse, April 1984.
    Varnedoe, Kirk. Primitivism in 20th Century Art: Affinity of the Tribal and the Modern, exhibition catalogue.  New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1984.
    Beal, Graham W. J.  Michelle Stuart: Place and Time, exhibition catalogue.  Minneapolis: Walker Art Center, 1983.
    Lippard, Lucy. Overlay: Contemporary Art and the Art of Pre-History.  New York: Pantheon Books, 1983.
    Michelle Stuart, exhibition catalogue. Den Haag: Haags Gemeentemuseum, 1983.
    Farmer, Jane M. New American Paperworks, exhibition catalogue.  San Francisco: The World Print Council, 1982.  (Also published in Japanese and Chinese, traveling exhibit.)
    Day, Holliday T. I-80 Series: Michelle Stuart, exhibition catalogue. Omaha: Joslyn Art Museum, June 1981.
    McClintic, Miranda. Directions 1981: Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden.  Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institute Press, 1981.
    Senie, Harriet. Landscape/Sculpture, exhibition catalogue. New York: Amelie Wallace Gallery, State University of New York – Old Westbury, 1981.
  1970's Kent, Sarah. Michelle Stuart, exhibition catalogue.  London: Institute of Contemporary Arts, 1979.
    Lippard, Lucy R. “Fossils for Michelle Stuart.”  Introduction to Michelle Stuart’s From the Silent Garden. Williamstown, MA: Williams College, 1979.
    Munro, Eleanor. Originals: American Women Artists.  New York: Simon and Schuster, 1979.
New York: Da Capo Press, 2000.
    Dittmar, Rolf. The Book of the Art of Artists Books, exhibition catalogueTehran, Iran: Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art, 1978
    Michelle Stuart, exhibition catalogue. Bordeaux : Centre d'Arts Plastiques Contemporains de Bordeaux, 1978.
    Hobbs, Robert. Michelle Stuart, exhibition catalogue.  Cambridge: Massachusetts Institute of  Technology, 1977.
    Lippard, Lucy R. Strata: Graves, Hesse, Stuart, Winsor, exhibition catalogue.  British Colombia, Canada: Vancouver Art Gallery, 1977.
    Michelle Stuart, exhibition catalogue.  Cambridge, MA: Hayden Gallery, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1977.
    Rooms P.S. I, exhibition catalogue.  New York: The Institute for Art and Urban Resources Inc., 1977.
    STRATA: Nancy Graves, Eva Hesse, Michelle Stuart ., Jackie Winsor, exhibition catalogue. Vancouver, Canada: Vancouver Art Gallery with Lucy Lippard, 1977..
    Lippard, Lucy R.  “Points of View: Stuart, DeMott, Jacquette, Graves.”  In From the Center, 109-112. 
New York: Plume, 1976.
    Stechow, Wolfgang. Catalogue of Drawings and Watercolors in the Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College. Oberlin, OH: Oberlin College, 1976.
    Alloway, Lawrence. Michelle Stuart, exhibition catalogue.  Oneonta, NY: State University of New York, 1975.


  2010s Hoban, Phoebe. “Without Walls,” ARTnews (Summer 2017), 67-73.
  Volk, Gregory. “The Artist’s Sake: Christine Macel’s Venice Biennale,” Art in America (May 15, 2017).
    Woodward, Daisy. “Michelle Stuart’s Magical Land Art,” AnOther (October 13, 2016).
  Porter, Lorie. “Natural Selection: A Cornucopia of Local Artists Who Amaze and Inspire Us,”
Santa Barbara Magazine (Fall 2016). 109-110.
  Davis, Ben. “Fame-Obsessed ‘Forty’ at MoMA PS1 Shows an Alternative Art Scene That No Longer Exists,”
(August 22, 2016).
  Wei, Lilly. “Atlas of Memory: Michelle Stuart and Jill Baroff at the Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York,”
(May 24, 2016).
    Rexer, Lyle, “Interview: Michelle Stuart.” Photograph (May/June 2016). 42-43. 
    Sheets, Hilarie M. “The Resurgence of Women-Only Art Shows.” The New York Times (March 29, 2016). 
    Zielinski, Sara. “Interview with Michelle Stuart.” March 22, 2016. 
    Kurchanova, Natasha. “Michelle Stuart: Theatre of Memory—Photographic Works.”
Studio International (March 17, 2016).
    “The Revolution in the Making,” conversation with Abigail DeVille. V Magazine 100 (Spring 2016).  
    Weiss, Haley. “Michelle Stuart’s Mythologies,” Interview Magazine (February 5, 2016).  
    Ollman, Leah. "Review: Stuart Connects with the Earth Beneath Her Feet," Los Angeles Times (August 6, 2015).  
    Simek, Peter. “Inside Dallas’ Private Art Museums,” D Magazine (August 2015).  
    Hoban, Phoebe. “Works in Progress.” T: The New York Times Style Magazine (May 15, 2015).  
    Townsend, Christopher. “Review: Michelle Stuart: Trace Memory–Selected Works 1969-2015.”
Art Monthly No. 386 (May 2015).  
    Yablonsky, Linda. “Young at Art.” W Magazine. (May 11, 2015). 
    Wei, Lilly. “Review: Michelle Stuart.” ARTnews (March 2015).  
    Knight, Christopher. “Review: ‘Apparitions’ at the Hammer Explores Low-Tech Art in a High-Tech World.”
Los Angels Times (February 13, 2015).
    Beckenstein, Joyce. “Navigating the Stars: Michelle Stuart.” artcritical (December 15, 2014).
    “Silent Movies.” The New Yorker. (December 15, 2014).
    Duncan, Michael. “Exhibition Reviews: Michelle Stuart, Santa Barbara Museum of Art.”
Art in America (June/July 2014): p. 168-69.
    Joyce, Julie. “Land Art Pioneers: Michelle Stuart.” Art Ltd (May/June 2014): pp. 44-45. 
    Knight, Christopher, “Review: Santa Barbara Museum of Art Makes Room for Stuart and Aycock.”
Los Angeles Times (Thursday, March 6, 2014).,0,240248.story
    Donelan, Charles. “Drawing Shows by Alice Aycock and Michelle Stuart.” Santa Barbara Independent (Thursday, February 6, 2014). 
    Lampe, Lilly. “New Jersey as Non-Site.” Artforum, Critics’ Picks (December, 12, 2013).
    Caruso, Martina. “Michelle Stuart: Drawn from Nature at the Parrish Art Museum.” The Bottom Line, The Drawing Center (September 23, 2013). 
    Landes, Jennifer. “Answering Her Own Questions.” The East Hampton Star (Thursday, September 5, 2013) 
    Beckenstein, Joyce. “Michelle Stuart: Charting Time and Place.” Sculpture 32.7 (September 2013): pp. 50-55. 
    McCoy, Ann. “In Conversation: Michelle Stuart.” The Brooklyn Rail (September 2013). 
    Kino, Carol. “A Cosmos of Matter, Enshrined in Her Art.” The New York Times (Friday, August 30, 2013; Weekend Arts, p. C18) “Exhibition at Parrish Art Museum Spans Michelle Stuart’s Career from the 1960s to Today.” (July 30, 2013) 
    Gaebe, Carly. “Earth Tones: An Interview with Michelle Stuart.” Art in America (July 26, 2013). 
    Ciano, James. “Meet a NYFA Artist: Michelle Stuart.” NYFA (July 23, 2013). 
    “Acquisitions of the Princeton University Art Museum 2012.” Record (Volume 71-72/2012-13). Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Art Museum.
    Burmeister, Don. “The Artist as Curator.” The New York Photo Review 3.34 (October 24-30, 2012).
    Aletti, Vince. “Michelle Stuart.” The New Yorker (October 8, 2012).
    Frank, Peter. “Haiku Review.” The Huffington Post (October 2, 2012).
    Connor, Michael. “Critics’ Picks.” Artforum (October, 2012).
    Clarke, Bill. “Michelle Stuart.” Magenta (Fall/Winter 2012).
    Rice, Robin. “Review: Michelle Stuart: Sculptural Objects, Journeys In & Out of the Studio.” Woman’s Art Journal (Spring/Summer 2012).
    Graves, Jen. “Feminism, Rocks: Strange Happenings at a Long-Lost Earthwork in Oregon.” The Stranger (June 28, 2011).
  Princenthal, Nancy. “Michelle Stuart” Art in America (May 5th, 2011),
    Wei, Lilly. “Review: Michelle Stuart.” ARTnews, 114 (March 2011).
    Filippone, Christine. “Cosmology and Transformation in the Work of Michelle Stuart.” Woman's Art Journal, (Spring/Summer 2011).
    Cotter, Holland. “Michelle Stuart: Works from the 1960s to the Present.” The New York Times, February 25, 2011, C26.
    Landes, Jennifer. “Reticence and Mystery” (February 22,2011),
    Lippard, Lucy R. “Touchstones.” In Sculptural Objects: Journeys in & Out of the Studio, 9-13. Milan: Edizione Charta, 2010.
    Stein, Linda. “Retrospective of Michelle Stuart” 2010/Spring,
  2000's Sorkin, Jenni.  “Decoys, Complexes, Triggers: The Sculpture Center.”  Frieze Magazine 118 (10 November 2008).
    Boettger, Suzann.  “Excavating Land Art by Women in the 1970s: Discoveries and Overtures.”  Sculpture Magazine vol. 27, no. 9 (November 2008).
    Landes, Jennifer.  “Opinion: Then & Now.”  East Hampton Star, December 13, 2007.
    Villareal, Ignacio.  “Disegno: The 180th Annual Exhibition, National Academy Museum.” (June 1, 2005),
    Ruyak, Jacqueline.  “Dieu Donne Paper Art Exhibition Traveling.”  Fiberarts 29.3 (November/December 2002): image.
    Harrison, Helen A.  “Art Reviews: Michelle Stuart, Silent Fields.”  The New York Times, September 15, 2002, Long Island Weekly, 9.
    Stein, Donna.  Rags to Riches: 25 years of Paper from Dieu Donne Papermill.  Ed. Mina Takahashi.  New York: Dieu Donne Papermill, 2001.
    Ruzicka, Joseph.  “Essential Light: The Skies of Michelle Stuart.”  Art in America (June 2000): 86-89.
    Smith-Llera, Danielle. “Michelle Stuart: and the Art of Synthesis.” Unpublished MFA research paper, Old Dominion University Norfolk, VA, 2000.
  1990's Molesworth, Helen. “Afterimage: Drawing Through Process.” Frieze 49 (November-December 1999).
    Wasserman, Krystyna.  “Book as Art XI: Inside the Artist’s Book.”  Women in the Arts (Fall 1999), National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC.  Also as a catalogue, Book As Art XI.
    Gomez, Edward M.  “Improvized Images in Molten Wax, as Fluid as Jazz: Waxing Poetic at the Montclair Museum.”  The New York Times, May 16, 1999.
    Slivka, Rose C.S. “From the Studio.” The East Hampton Star, April 22, 1999.
    Pagel, David.  “Art Review: ‘Afterimage’ Reviews Artists Making Rational Art on Paper.”  Los Angeles Times, April, 21 1999.
    Gregg, Gail.  “Natural Selection.”  ARTnews (March 1999): 98-99.
    Stavitsky, Gail.  Waxing Poetic: Encaustic Art in America.  Camden, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1999.
    Zimmer, William.  “Landscape: The Site, the Meaning of Place.”  The New York Times 9 August 1998.
    Bell, Clare.  “Tulip Times.” On Paper vol. 2 no. 6 (July-August 1998): 10-14.
    Braff, Phyllis. “Michelle Stuart: Blending Media and Memory in Punchy and Original Ways.” The New York Times, 14 June 1998, Arts section, national Sunday edition.
    Sansegundo, Sheridan.  “Michelle Stuart: Artist of Time and the Elements.”  The East Hampton Star, June 4, 1998: The Arts, III-1 , III-5.
    Patterson, Tom. “Visual Art, Natural Wonder.” Winston-Salem Journal 31 May 1998: E4.
    Klein, Michael.  “Michelle Stuart, John Weber Gallery.”  Sculpture Magazine 17.2 (February 1998):  66-67.
    Harris, Susan.  “Review of Exhibitions, Michelle Stuart at John Weber.”  Art in America 86.1 (January 1998): 93-94.
    Walcott, Ellison Austen.  “Exhibitions: Michelle Stuart, Natural Histories.”  NY 1 November 1997: 38.
    Cohen, Mark Daniel.  “Michelle Stuart: Natural Histories.”  Review, 1 November 1997: 36, 38.
    Johnson, Ken.  “Art in Review: Michelle Stuart.”  The New York Times 31 October 1997: E35. Also, condensed in The New York Times, November 1997.
    Griffin, Tim.  “Reviews: Land Marks.”  TONY 9 October 1997: 50.
    Braff, Phyllis.  “Masters XI: Fine Arts Gallery, LIU.”  The New York Times, September 7, 1997, Long Island Weekly Section.
    Harrison, Helen A.  “Art: Sculptures That Blend With Environment, Footfalls.”  The New York Times, August 3, 1997, Long Island Weekly.
    Tobin, Richard.  “Michelle Stuart: Natural Histories.”  THE Magazine, Santa Fe October 1996: 53.
    --------.  “More than Minimal: Feminism and Abstraction in the ‘70’s.”  ARTnews (September 1996): Reviews/National section.
    Perrott, Jeff. “More Than Minimal: Feminism and Abstraction in the Seventies, MORE IS MORE.”  artsMEDIA June 1996.
    Stapen, Nancy.  “Feminism Meets Minimalism: Art Review ‘More Than Minimal,’ Rose Art Museum.”  The Boston Globe, April 30, 1996: Living/Arts section.
    Lovelace, Carey.  “Vagabonds in Fiji and Breakfast in Derry.”  ARTnews (November 1994): 144-145.
    Princenthal, Nancy.  “Review of Exhibitions: Michelle Stuart at Fawbush.”  Art in America 7 (July 1994): 85.
    Hess, Elizabeth.  “Art: Wax Poetic, Michelle Stuart.”  The Village Voice, April 5, 1994.
    Stoops, Susan L.  “Michelle Stuart: A Personal Archeology.”  Woman's Art Journal 14.2 (Fall1993/Winter 1994): 17-21.
    Reid, Deta. “Travels Through Time: The Visual Poetry of Michelle Stuart,” a thesis for Masters for Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, May 1993.
    Phillips, Patricia C.  “Michelle Stuart.”  Artforum 31.6 (February 1993): 99.
    Cotter, Holland.  “Art in Review.”  The New York Times 6 November 1992.
    Larson, Kay  “Summer Stock, Katonah Museum.”  New York Magazine, September 2, 1991.
    Kimmelman, Michael.  “Reviews/ART: Katonah.”  The New York Times, August 9, 1991.
    Moorman, Margaret.  “Disparate Delicacies Bloom In 'Transparent Thread.’”  Newsday 5 October 1990: Art and Events section.
    Scheer, Elaine.  “The Map is Not the Territory.”  National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts Journal (1990-1991): 64.
  1980'sLovelace, Carey.  “Michelle Stuart's Silent Gardens.”  Arts 63.1 (September 1988): 76-79.
    Forgey, Benjamin.  “Michelle Stuart at Kornblatt.”  Washington Post, April 23, 1988, Section D2.
    Bonetti, David.  “Second Nature: Michelle Stuart’s Art of the Earth.”  Boston Phoenix, section 3, April 1988.
    Stoops, Susan L.  “Michelle Stuart, Silent Gardens: The American Landscape.”  Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA. 20 March 1988.
    Henry, Garrit.  “Michelle Stuart: Navigating Coincidence.”  Print Collector's Newsletter 18.6 (January/February 1988): front page illustration, 193-95.
    Artner, Alan G.  “Michelle Stuart Makes Earth Live in Her Work.”  Chicago Tribune 14 January 1988: Sec. 5, Tempo 11C.
    Selz, Peter.  “Alternative Esthetics: Quests for Spiritual Quintessence.”  Arts (October 1987): 46-49.
    Riley, Jan.  “Ars Longa Vita Brevis.”  Dialogue: An Art Journal (July/August 1987).
    Westfall, Stephen.  “Melancholy Mapping.”  Art in America 2 (February 1987): 104-108.
    Clothier, Peter.  “Reading the Earth.”  Artweek 17.32 (November 1986): 5.
    Phillips, Patricia C.  “A Blossoming of Cells.”  Artforum (October 1986): 116-117 (detail image on cover).
    Lovelace, Carey.  “Art: Michelle Stuart.”  New Manhattan Review 14 May 1986: 26.
    Larson, Kay.  “Review.”  New York Magazine 28 April 1986: 96.
    Brenson, Michael.  “Michelle Stuart.”  The New York Times, April 18, 1986.
    Kotik, Charlotta.  “Paradise in the Grand Lobby.”  The Brooklyn Museum Bulletin April 1986.
    Artner, Alan G.  “Michelle Stuart.” Chicago Tribune  21 March 1986: Sec 7, pg. 52.
    Reed, Glen.  “Michelle Stuart Patches Together An Art of Nature.”  Sunday Camera, July 21, 1985.
    Bois, Yve-Alain.  “La Pensee Sauvage: Primitivism in 20th Century Art.”  Art in America 4 (April 1985): 178.
    Nesbitt, Perry.  “The New Culture: Women Artists of the Seventies.”  Dialogue (March 1985).
    Brody, Jacqueline.  “People and Places:  Stuart, Galerie Ueda, Tokyo.”  Print Collector’s Newsletter, July/August 1984, vol 14.3.
    Brody, Jacqueline.  “Reviews.”  Print Collector’s Newsletter, September/October 1983, vol 15.4.
    Addington, Fran.  “Looking at Art: Photos Bring Artistic Influence into Focus.” Minneapolis Tribune 15 May 1983.
    Wilson, William L.  “Michelle Stuart and Jackie Ferrara.”  Los Angeles Times 22 April 1983.
    Brody, Jacqueline.  “Michelle Stuart: Islas Encantadas Series.”  Print Collector’s Newsletter, July/August 1982, vol 20.3.
    Kingsley, April.  “Public Acres of Art: Artpark and the Leisure Landscape.”  Art Express 2.3 (May/June 1982).
    Lubell, Ellen.  “Michelle Stuart at Susan Caldwell.”  Art in America (May 1982): 142-145.
    Lipsey, Roger.  “Michelle Stuart: A Decade of Work.”  Arts 56.8 (April 1982): 110-111.
    Silverthorne, Jeanne.  “Reviews, P.S. I.”  Artforum 20 (March 1982).
    Wolff, Theodore F.  “The Many Masks of Contemporary Art.”  Christian Science Monitor 19 January 1982.
    Rickey, Carrie.  “Curatorial Conceptions: The Hirshhorn—Dangerous Curves Ahead.”  Artforum (April 1981).
    Withers, Josephine.  “Modernism Atomized at the Hirshhorn.” New Art Examiner (April 1981): 11.
    Ostrow, Joanne.  “16 Artists share a show at the Hirshhorn.”  The Washington Post 13 February 1981.
    Castle, Ted.  “Verbal Art Speaks Up.”  Flash Art, no. 100, November 1980.
    Gallasi, Susan Grace.  “Color and Surface.”  Arts (March 1980).
  1970's Robins, Corinne.  “The Paper Surfaces of Michelle Stuart.”  Art International (December 1979): 62-66.
    Januszczak, Waldemar.  “Michelle Stuart.”  The Guardian, ICA, London, UK. 25 September 1979.
    Henry, Garrit. “Paper in Transition.” Print Collector's Newsletter (July/August 1979): 83-86.
    Sutinen, Paul.  “Sunlight and Stones: Celebrating the Summer Solstice with an Artwork Timepiece.” Willamette Week Portland, OR 30 July 1979: 7, 10.
    Fagan, Beth.  “Artist Marks Summer Solstice in Stone.”  The Oregonian, July 6, 1979.
    Timberlane, Polly.  “Sun Alignment at Rowena Plateau Marks Solstice.”  Kaleidoscope 28 June 1979.
    Lifson, Ben.  “A Few Rites and a Little Spring.”  The Village Voice, May 7, 1979.
    Kingsley, April.  “Planes…in…Space.”  The Village Voice 16 April 1979: 14.
    Larson, Kay.  “Beyond the Canvas…Artists Books and Notations.”  ARTnews (January 1979).
    Artner, Alan G.  “Art.”  The Nation, December 9, 1978:  653.
    --------.  “Interrupted Thoughts.”  Soho Weekly News 30 November 1978.
    Rapp, Jacqueline.  “Michelle Stuart.”  New Art Examiner November 1978.
    Schulze, Franz.  “Art.”  Chicago Sun-Times, October 15, 1978.
    Robins, Corinne. “Michelle Stuart: Die Kartographierung von Mythos und Zeit.”  Flash Art (May/June 1978).
    Brody, Jacqueline. “Multiples and Objects.”  Print Collector’s Newsletter, March/April 1978, vol 9.1.
    Brody, Jacqueline. “Prints and Photographs Published.”  Print Collector’s Newsletter, January/February 1978, vol 8.6.
    Frank, Peter.  “Out of Character and Down for the Count.”  Village Voice, January 23, 1978.
    Lubell, Ellen.  “Mid- Winter Melange: Three Artists' Books.”  Soho Weekly News 12 January 1978
    Boorsch, Suzanne.  “New Editions.”  ARTnews (January 1978).
    Kingsley, April.  “Six Women at Work in the Landscape.”  Arts 52.8 (1978): 108-112.
    Arnaudet, Didier.  “Michelle Stuart,” exhibition brochure.  CACP Aquitaine 362, France (1978).
    Krauss, Rosalind.  “Notes on the Index: Seventies Art in America, part 2.”  October (August 1977):  58-67.
    Lippard, Lucy. “A New Landscape Art.”  MS Magazine (April 1977).
    Brody, Jacqueline.  “Artist’s Books: Michelle Stuart, The Fall.”  Print Collector’s Newsletter, March/April 1977, vol 8.1.
    --------.  “Art Outdoors: In and Out of the Public Domain.”  Studio International 193.2 (March/April 1977).
    Francblin, Catherine.  “Michelle Stuart Traverses d’Espace.”  Art Press International #35 (March 1977).
    Hobbs, Robert.  “Michelle Stuart: Atavism, Geomythology and Zen.”  Womanart 1.4 (Spring/Summer 1977): 6-11.
    Day, Holliday T.  “Review.”  New Art Examiner (January 1977).
    Artner, Alan G.  “The Fall: A Book Review.” Art-Rite 14 (Winter 1977): 41.
    Cotter, Holland.  “Art Reviews.”  New York Arts Journal 1.3 -1.4 (December to March 1977).
    Frank, Peter. “Review.” Womanart (Winter/Spring 1977): 44-45.
    --------.  “Quite Contrary: Body, Nature, and Ritual in Women's Art.”  Chrysalis #2 (1977).
    --------.  “Michelle Stuart: The Mapping of Myth and Time.”  Arts (December 1976).
    Bourdon, David.  “Three Women Manipulate Geometry, Earth and Old Masters.”  The Village Voice, 14 November 1976.
    Robins, Corinne.  “Michelle Stuart.”  Arts (October 1976).
    Bell, Jane.  “Drawing Now: Ten Artists.”  Artnews (September 1976).
    Betz, Margaret. “Reviews.” ARTnews, September 1976.
    Cavaliere, Barbara.  “Drawing Now.”  Womanart, Fall no. 2, 1976.
    Heinemann, Susan.  “Reviews.”  Artforum 13.10 (Summer 1975).
    Lubell, Ellen.  “Art Reviews.” Arts 49.9 (May 1975).
    Post, Henry.  “Rock Pounding: Guggenheim-CAPS winner Michelle Stuart.”  Soho Weekly News 1 May 1975: 17.
    Perreault, John.  “Review.”  Soho Weekly News 17 April 1975.
    Kingsley, April.  “Review of Exhibitions.”  Art in America 62.3 (May/June 1974).
    Derfner, Phyllis.  “The New York Letter.”  Art International (April 1974): vol. 1.3-1.4,
    deAk, Edit.  “Michelle Stuart.”  Art-Rite No. 5 (Spring 1974): 13-14.
    Frank, Peter.  “On Art.”  Soho Weekly News, February 28, 1974, 12.
    Alloway, Lawrence.  “Michelle Stuart: A Fabric of Significations.” Artforum 10.5 (January 1974): 63-66.
    Frank, Peter.  “Reviews and Previews.”  ARTnews (September 1973):  82-83.
    --------. “The New York Letter.” Art International 17.8 (1973).
    Kingsley, April. “Reviews.”Artforum 11.7 (1973).
    Kingsley, April. “The New York Letter.” Art International 17.6 (1973).
    Schjeldahl, Peter.  “Review.”  The New York Times, August 20, 1972.
    Schwartz, Emanuel K. and Rita Shacknve Schwartz.  “NO-Art: An American Psycho-Social Phenomenon.”  Leonardo (Summer 1971): 245-54.



  Stoops, Susan L.  “Michelle Stuart: Video Interview.”  March 1988.
  Beal, Graham W. J.  “Interview.”  Profile 1983.
  --------.  “On Art and Artists: Michelle Stuart.”  Profile Series, Video Data Bank School of the Art Institute, Chicago, 1983.
  Horsfield, Kate.  “On Art and Artists: Michelle Stuart.”  Profile 1983.
  Interviews With Women in the Arts.  New York: School of Visual Arts, 1976.
  Kurtz, Bruce.  “Paul Tschinkel's Artifacts.”  Cable Channel J NY, 1976.



  Braderman, Joan. The Heretics. Joan Braderman, writer and director. Crescent Diamond, producer. No More Nice Girls Productions, 2009. Documentary about women in Heresies.



  MICHELLE STUART Sculptural Objects: Journeys In & Out of the Studio. Milan: Edizione Charta, 2011.
  Encaustic Works: Nuance. Curated by Michelle Stuart, foreword by Laura Moriarty. Kingston, NY: R&F Handmade Paints, Inc.
  MICHELLE STUART: DRAWN FROM NATURE, text by Anna Lovatt, Jane McFadden, Nancy Princenthal. Interview by Julie Joyce. Hatje Cantz, 2013.
  Butterflies & Moths. New York: Dadadog Press, 2006.
  Rumi, Jalaluddin Mohammad.  Divan E Shams.  Zahra Partovi, trans.  New York: Vincent Fitzgerald & Company, 1996.  Illustration
  “Project from Derelict Tracts: An Observatory.”  Bomb Magazine 33 (Fall 1990): 82-83.
  Ashes in Arcadia. Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA 1988.
  Sacred Precincts: From Dreamtime to the South China Sea…with the Addition of the Nantucket Excavation…The Mariners Temple and Burial Cache of the White Whale. Neuberger Museum, 1984 (folded, illustrated, text).
  “Books in Review: American Frontiers: The Photographs of Timothy H. O'Sullivan, 1867-1874.” Print Collector's Newsletter 13.3 (1982).
  ““Correspondences: Words as Images.” White Walls: A Magazine of Writings by Artists, issue #5 (Winter 1981): 96-99.
  I-80 Series: Michelle Stuart, exhibition catalogue. Omaha: Joslyn Art Museum, 1981.
  “Logbook for Disgrace.”  Heresies  No. 13, “Feminism & Ecology” issue 4.1 (1981).
  “Projects, Michelle Stuart.” Artforum 18.6 (February 1980): 70-73.
  Stone Alignments/Solstice Cairns, Prologue, volume 1, number 2, September 1979. Lobster Quadrille Press, Portland, OR.
  From the Silent Garden (introduction by Lucy Lippard). Williamstown, MA: Williams College, 1979.
  A Complete Folk History of the United States at the Edge of the Century.  Dayton, OH: Wright State University;  New York: Droll/Kolbert Gallery, 1978.  (Images only)
  16 Projects/4 Artists, Fine Arts Gallery, Wright State University Dayton, OH (Anderson, Oppenheim, Stuart, Wegman) Incidents of Travel: A Space Time Book (text & unedited video) 1977-78. Wright State University Art Galleries, Dayton, OH. 
  The Fall.  New York: Printed Matter, Inc., 1976.
  Interviews With Women in the Arts Part II.  New York: Tower Press,  School of Visual Art, 1976.  Illustrations, pp 37-39 School of Visual Arts.
  In On or About the Premises by Paul Blackburn.  London: Cape Goliard Press, 1968.  Illustrated by Michelle Stuart.
  “NO is an Involvement.”  Artforum (September 1963): 36-37.

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