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Solo Exhibition Catalogues

Elizabeth Murray: Painting in the ‘80s. New York: Pace Gallery. Text by Kellie Jones.

Elizabeth Murray: Painting in the '70s, New York: Pace Gallery. Exhibition catalogue essay by Robert Storr.

Elizabeth Murray: Paintings 2003–2006, New York: PaceWildenstein. Exhibition catalogue text by David Hickey.

Elizabeth Murray. Ferndale, MI: Susanne Hilberry Gallery.

Elizabeth Murray Paintings 1999-2003. New York: PaceWildenstein. Text by Francine Prose.

Elizabeth Murray: Paintings and Works on Paper. Hanover, NH: Jaffe-Friede & Strauss Galleries, Hopkins Center for the Arts, Dartmouth College.

Elizabeth Murray: Watercolors. Exh. brochure. New York: PaceWildenstein.

Elizabeth Murray: New Paintings. New York: PaceWildenstein.

Elizabeth Murray: Recent Paintings and Works on Paper. San Francisco: John Berggruen Gallery.

Elizabeth Murray: Works on Paper. Richmond, VA: Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University.

Elizabeth Murray: Recent Paintings. New York: PaceWildenstein. Interview with Murray by Joan Simon.

Elizabeth Murray: Paintings and Works on Paper. Aspen: The Baldwin Gallery.

Elizabeth Murray: Recent Paintings and Drawings. San Francisco: John Berggruen Gallery.

Elizabeth Murray. Overland Park, KS: Johnson County Community College.

Elizabeth Murray: New Paintings. Philadelphia: Marian Locks Gallery. Text by Jerry Saltz.

Elizabeth Murray, Prints 1979-1990. New York: Sidney Mishkin Gallery, Baruch College.

Recent Work by Elizabeth Murray. Columbus, Ohio: Wexner Center for the Arts.

Elizabeth Murray. Tokyo: Gallery Mukai. Text by Robert Storr.

Elizabeth Murray Prints, 1979-1990. Boston: Barbara Krakow Gallery. Texts by David P. Becker and Keith S. Brintzenhofe. Includes catalogue raisonné of Murray’s published prints from 1979 through October 1990.

Elizabeth Murray, New Work. San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Text and interview with Murray by Graham W.J. Beal.

Elizabeth Murray Drawings (Centric 26). Exh. brochure. Long Beach, Calif.: University Art Museum, California State University. Text by Roberta Smith, and interview with Murray by Graze and Halbreich.

Elizabeth Murray: Drawings 1980-1986. Pittsburgh: Carnegie Mellon University Art Gallery and Carnegie Mellon University Press. Texts by Elaine A. King, Ann Sutherland, and Paul Gardner.

Currents: Elizabeth Murray. Boston: The Institute of Contemporary Art.

Elizabeth Murray: Paintings and Drawings. Charlotte, NC: Knight Gallery/Spirit Square Arts Center.

Elizabeth Murray: Recent Paintings & Drawings. Portland, OR: Portland Center for the Visual Arts.

Group Exhibition Catalogues

Bits and Pieces Put Together to Present a Semblance of a Whole: Walker Art Center Collections. Minneapolis: Walker Center.

Contemporary Voices: Works from the UBS Art Collections. New York: The Museum of Modern Art. Text by Ann Temkin.

Disparities and Deformations: Our Grotesque. SITE Santa Fe Fifth International Biennial Exhibition. Santa Fe: SITE Santa Fe. Text by Robert Storr.

Off the Wall: Work from the JP Morgan Chase Collection. Greenwich, CT: Bruce Museum of Arts and Science.

Splat Boom Pow! The Influence of Comics in Contemporary Art. Houston Contemporary Arts Museum. Texts by Valerie Welt.

Tate Women Artists. London: Tate Publishing. Text by Alicia Foster.

Inside out. New York: Children’s Museum of Manhattan.

An International Legacy: Selections from Carnegie Museum of Art. New York: American Federation of Arts. Text by Richard Armstrong, Sheryl Conkelton, and Elizabeth Thomas.

Drawings 2000 at Barbara Gladstone. New York: Barbara Gladstone. New York: Barbara Gladstone Gallery. Text by Klaus Kertess. Celebrating Modern Art: The Anderson Collection. San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

The American Century: Art & Culture 1950-2000. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art. Text by Lisa Phillips.

Cleveland Collects Contemporary Art. Cleveland: The Cleveland Museum of Art. Texts by Tom E. Hinson and Carolyn S. Jirousek.

Drawn from Artists’ Collections. New York: Drawing Center. Texts by Ann Philbin and Jack Shear.

The Edward R. Broida Collection: A Selection of Works. Orlando: Orlando Museum of Art.

Masters of the Masters: MFA Faculty of the School of Visual Arts, New York, 1983-1998. Youngstown, OH: Butler Institute of American Art. Text by David L. Shirey.

Modern Masterworks on Paper from the Israel Museum, Jerusalem. Cleveland: Cleveland Museum of Art. Text by Meria Perry-Lehmann.

Powder. Aspen: The Aspen Art Museum. Texts by Julie Graham and Maria Frieddrich.

The Virginia and Bagely Wright Collection. Seattle: The Seattle Art Museum. Texts by Trevor Fairbrother and Bagley Wright.

After the Fall: Aspects of Abstract Painting since 1970. Staten Island, NY: Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, Snug Harbor Cultural Center. Text by Olivia Georgia, Elaine A King, Robert C. Morgan, et al.

The Dual Muse: The Writer. Saint Louis: Washington University Gallery of Art.

Humor and Whimsy in Contemporary Art. Pomona, CA: Millard Sheets Gallery.

Proof Positive: Forty Years of Contemporary American Printmaking at ULAE, 1957-1987. Washington DC: The Corcoran Gallery of Art. Texts by Jack Cowart and Bill Goldston.

Large Drawings and Objects from the Permanent Collection, part one: Structural Foundations of Clarity. Little Rock: Arkansas Art Center. Texts by Ruth Pasquine and Townsend Wolfe.

Powerful Expressions: Recent American Drawings. New York: National Academy of Design. Text by Jack Flam, Trudie Grace and Townsend Wolfe.

25 Americans: Painting in the 90’s. Milwaukee: Milwaukee Art Museum. Text by Dean Sobel.

Contemporary Drawing: Exploring the Territory. Aspen: Aspen Art Museum. Text by Mark Rosenthal.

It’s only Rock and Roll: Currents in Contemporary Art. Phenoix Art Museum. Text by David S. Rubin.

Printmaking in America: Collaborative Prints and Presses. 1960-1990 New Brunswick, NJ: The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Text By David Mickenberg.

Re: Fab. Tampa: Art Museum, University of South Florida. Text by Rochelle Feinstein, Shirley Kaneda, Margaret A Miller, W.J.T. Mitchell, and Christine Van Schoonbeek.

American Abstractions: A New Decade. Loretto, PA: Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art. Text by Paul Binai.

Evolutions in Expression: Minimalism and Post-Minimalism from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art. Stamford, CT: The Whitney Museum of American at Champion. Text by Cynthia Roznoy.

Gemini G.E.L.: Recent Prints and Sculpture. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art. Text by Ruth E. Fine and Charles Ritchie.

Novices Collect: Selections from Sam and May Gruber Collection. Manchester, NH: The Currier Gallery of Art.

Romantic Modernism, 100 Years. Santa Fe, NM: Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of New Mexico. Texts by Sandy Ballatore and Robert Rosenbulm.

Worcester Art Museum: Selected Works. Worcester, MA: Worcester Art Museum.

American Art in the 20th Century: Painting and Sculpture, 1913-1993. Berlin: Marting Gropius-Bau and London: Royal Academy of Arts. Texts by Christos M. Joachimides and Norman Rosenthal.

The Return of the Cadavre Exquis. New York: The Drawing Center.

Timely and Timeless. Ridgefield, CT: The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art. Text by Douglas F. Maxwell.

Drawing Redux. San Jose Museum of Art. Text by Phyllis Tuchman.

Dürer to Diebenkorn: Recent Acquisitions of Art on Paper. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art. Text by Judith Brodie, Ruth E Fine, Andrew Robison, et al.

Marking the Decades: Prints 1960- 1990. Baltimore: The Baltimore Museum of Art. Text by Jan Howard. Then & Now. New York: Philippe Staib Gallery.

1991 Acquisitions. Kansas City, MO: The Hallmark Art Collection.

Annual Exhibition, School of Fine Arts. Rome: American Academy. Text by Joseph Connors.

Drawing Conclusions. New York: Molica Guidarte Gallery. Text by Giuseppe Molica.

Jennifer Bartlett & Elizabeth Murray: Works from the Anderson Collection. Oakland: Mills College Art Gallery.

Large Scale Works on Paper. San Francisco: John Berggruen Gallery.

Physicality. New York: Hunter College.

Setting the Stage: Contemporary Artist Design for the Performing Arts. Columbus, Ohio: Columbus Museum of Art. Text by Susan L. Davis, Karen D. Kneisley, and Norma Roberts.

Siben Amerikanische Maler. Munich: Staatsgalerie Moderner Kunst. Text by Carla Suchulz- Hoffmann.

Stubborn Painting: Now and Then. New York: Max Protetch Gallery. Texts by Ruth Kauffman and Mike Metz.

Whitney Biennial 1991. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art. Text by Richard Armstrong. John G Hanhardt, Richard Marshall, and Lissa Phillips.

The 80s: A Post Pop Generation. Loretto, PA: The Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art. Text by Paul Binai.

Amerikanische Zeichnungen in den Achtziger Jahren. Vienna: Graphische Sammlung Albertina. Text by Roberta Smith.

High & Low: Modern Art and Popular Culture. New York: The Museum of Modern Art. Texts by Adam Gopnik and Kirk Varnedoe.

The Image of Abstract Paintings in the 80s. Waltham, MA: Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University. Text by Susan L. Stoops.

The Matter at Hand: Contemporary Drawings. Milwaukee: University of Wisconsin, Text by Denis Sargent.

National Drawing Invitational. Little Rock: Arkansas Art Center. Text by Dan W. Morris and Townsend Wolfe.

Women Artists of the Day. Osaka: IMP Hall.

The 1980s: Prints from the Collection of Joshua P. Smith. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art. Interview with Murray by Ruth E. Fine and Joshua P. Smith.

Art in Place: Fifteen Years of Acquisitions. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art. Texts by Tom Armstrong and Susan E. Larsen.

Art of the Eighties from the Collection of Chemical Bank. Montclair, NJ: The Montclair Art Museum. Text by Janice C. Oresman.

Contemporary Perspectives I: Abstraction in Question. Sarasota: John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art. Texts by Bruce W. Ferguson, Joseph Jacobs, Joan Simon, and Roberta Smith.

The Elusive Surface: Painting in Three Dimensions. Albuquerque: Museum of Albuquerque. Text by Kathleen Shields.

Encore: Celebrating Fifty Years. Cincinnati: Contemporary Arts Center.

First Impressions: Early Prints by Forty-six Contemporary Artists. Minneapolis: Walker Art Center. Texts by Elizabeth Armstrong and Sheila McGuire.

Making Their Mark. Cincinnati: Cincinnati Art Museum. Texts by Catherine C. Brawer and Randy Rosen.

Projects and Portfolios: The 25th National Print Exhibition. Brooklyn: Brooklyn Museum of Art. Text by Barry Walker.

Selections from the Collection of Marc and Livia Straus. Ridgefield, CT: The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art. Text by Dan Cameron.

Synnyt: Sources of Contemporary Art. Helsinki: Museum of Contemporary Art.

1988: The World of Art Today. Milwaukee: Milwaukee Art Museum. Text by Russell Bowman.

Art since 1970 from the Milwaukee Art Museum. Milwaukee: Milwaukee Art Museum. Text by Dean Sobel.

Contemporary American Art, 1988. Tokyo: Seibu Museum of Art. Text by Kim Levin.

Contemporary Art from New York. Seoul: HoAm Art Hall. Texts by Lee Kyung-Sung and Lee Soo Yeon.

Eleven Artists from Paula Cooper. London: Mayor Rowan Gallery.

Jennifer Bartlett, Elizabeth Murray, Eric Fischl, Susan Rothenberg. London: The Saatchi Collection. Texts by Kim Levin and Mark Rosenthal.

New Work New York. Kansas: Spencer Museum of Art. Text by Kay Larson.

Recent Pastel Drawings. Middlebury, VT: Christian A. Johnson Memorial Gallery, Middlebury College.

ROSC ’88. Dublin: The Guinness Hop Store and The Royal Hospital, Dublin.

SoHo at Duke. Six Artists from the Paula Cooper Gallery: Jonathan Borofsky, Elizabeth Murray, Michael Hurson, Joel Shapiro, Robert Mangold, and Donald Judd. Durham, NC: Duke University Museum of Art. Text by Cas Stachelberg.

Twentieth Century Drawings from the Anderson Collection, Auguste Rodin to Elizabeth Murray. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Museum of Art. Text by Caroline A. Jones.

40th Biennial of American Contemporary Painting. Washington, D.C.: The Corcoran Gallery of Art. Text by Ned Rifkin.

Artistas da Paula Cooper Gallery. Lisbon: Galeria EMI Valentim de Carvalho.

A Graphic Muse: Prints by Contemporary American Women. South Hadley, MA: Mount Holyoke College Art Museum. Texts by Richard S. Field and Ruth E. Fine.

Images on Stone: Two Centuries of Artists’ Lithographs. Houston: Sarah Campbell Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston. Text by Elizabeth Brown.

Paintings and Sculptures by Candidates for Art Awards. New York: American Academy and Institute of Art and Letters.

1976-1986: Ten Years of Collecting Contemporary American Art. Selections from the Edward R. Downe, Jr. Collection. Wellesley, MA: Wellesley College Museum. Texts by Patterson Sims and Suzanne Stroh.

An American Renaissance: Painting and Sculpture since 1940. Fort Lauderdale: Museum of Art. Texts by Harry F. Gaugh, Sam Hunter, Robert C. Morgan, et al.

The Barry Lowen Collection. Los Angeles: The Museum of Contemporary Art. Text by Christopher Knight.

Connecticut Connects: American Art since 1960. Stamford, CT: Whitney Museum of American Art. Text by Roni Feinstein.

Individuals: A Selected History of Contemporary Art. Los Angeles: The Museum of Contemporary Art. Texts by Hal Foster, Howard Singerman, Julia Brown Turrell, et al.

New Visions in Contemporary Art: The RSM Company Collection. Cincinnati Art Museum. Text by Judith Russi Kirshner.

NYC: New Work. Wilmington: Delaware Art Museum.

Philadelphia Collects: Art since 1940. Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art. Texts by Ann Percy, Mark Rosenthal, and Amy Ship.

Pintar con Papel. Madrid: Circulo de Bellas Artes.

Public and Private: American Prints Today. The 24th National Print Exhibition. Brooklyn: Brooklyn Museum of Art. Text by Barry Walker.

Recent Acquisitions. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art.

Works from the Paula Cooper Gallery. San Francisco: John Berggruen Gallery. Text by James Elliot.

1985 Biennial Exhibition. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art. Texts by Richard Armstrong, John G. Hanhardt, Barbara Haskell, et al.

An Architect’s Eye: Selections from the Graham Gund Collection. South Hadley, MA: Mount Holyoke College Art Museum.

Contemporary American Prints, Recent Acquisitions, Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Purchases. Brooklyn: Brooklyn Museum of Art.

Correspondences: New York Art Now. Tokyo: Laforet Museum Harajuku.

A Decade of Visual Arts at Princeton: Faculty 1975-1985. Princeton: The Art Museum, Princeton University.

Illuminating Color: Four Approaches in Contemporary Painting and Photography. New York: Pratt Manhattan Center Gallery.

A New Beginning: 1968-1978. Yonkers, NY: Hudson River Museum.

Rethinking the Avante-Garde. Katonah, NY: Katonah Gallery. Texts by Rosalie Dolmatch, Jonathan Fineberg, and Katherine Moore.

Scapes. Santa Barbara: University Art Museum, University of California, Santa Barbara. Text by Phyllis Plous.

American Art since 1970: Painting, Sculpture, and Drawings from the Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art. Text by Richard Marshall.

Artist in the Theater. Greenvale, NY: Hillwood Art Gallery, Long Island University, C. W. Post Campus. Texts by Robert Dash, Susan Davis, Helen A. Harrison, and Judy K Van Wagner.

Contemporary Perspectives 1984. Lewisburg, PA: Center Gallery, Bucknell University. Texts by Barry Blinderman, Thomas Lawson, and Susan Morgan.

Five Painters in New York: Brad Davis, Dill Jensen, Elizabeth Murray, Gary Stephan, and John Torreano. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art. Texts by Richard Armstrong and Richard Marshall.

An International Survey of Recent Painting and Sculpture. New York: The Museum of Modern Art. Text by Kynaston McShine.

Painting and Sculpture by Candidates for Art Awards. New York: American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters.

Painting and Sculpture Today: 1984. Indianapolis: Indianapolis Museum of Art. Text by Helen Ferruli.

Parasol and Simca: Two Presses/Two Processes. Lewisburg, PA: Center Gallery, Bucknell University. Text by Lizbeth Marano.

Small Works: New Abstract Painting. Easton, PA: Williams Center for the Arts, Lafayette College, and Allentown, PA: Center for the Arts, Muhlenberg College. Texts by Tom Hudspeth, Ron Janowich, Barbara Zabel, and William Zimmer.

Viewpoint ’84: Out of Square. Bloomfield Hills, MI: Cranbrook Art Museum. Texts by George Ortman and Roy Slade.

The American Artist as Printmaker: 23rd National Print Exhibition. Brooklyn: Brooklyn Museum of Art. Text by Barry Walker.

Directions 1983. Washington, D.C.: Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. Text by Phyllis D. Rosenzweig.

Language, Drama, Source & Vision. New York: The New Museum. Texts by Marcia Tucker, Lynn Gumpert, and Ned Rifkin.

Minimalism to Expressionism: Painting and Sculpture since 1965 from the Permanent Collection. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art.

The New England Eye: Master American Paintings from New England School, College & University Collections. Williamstown, Mass.: Williams College Museum of Art. Text by S. Lane Faison, Jr.

New York Painting Today. Pittsburgh: Carnegie-Mellon University Art Gallery. Texts by Elaine A. King and Donald B. Kuspit.

Selected Drawings: An Exhibition of Works by Sixteen Contemporary Artists. Jersey City: Jersey City Museum. Text by Andrea Belag.

74th American Exhibition. Chicago: The Art Institute of Chicago. Texts by A. James Speyer and Anne Rorimer.

Abstract Drawings, 1911-1981: Selections from the Permanent Collection. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art.

Dynamix. Cincinnati: Contemporary Arts Center. Text by Robert Stearns.

Great Big Drawings. Cambridge, MA: Hayden Gallery, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

A Private Vision: Contemporary Art from the Graham Gund Collection. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts.

Selected Prints III. New York: Brooke Alexander. Text by Brooke Alexander, Catherine Little, and Andrea Yoda.

Surveying the Seventies: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art. Text by Lisa Phillips.

1981 Biennial Exhibition. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art. Texts by Caroline Angell and Karl Willers.

Amerikanische Malerei 1930-1980. Munich: Haus der Kunst.

Currents: A New Mannerism. Jacksonville: Jacksonville Art Museum. Texts by Bruce H. Dempsey and Margaret A. Miller.

Drawings from Georgia Collections, 19th & 20th Centuries. Atlanta: The High Museum of Art. Text by Peter Morrin and Eric Zafran.

The RSM Collection. Cincinnati: Contemporary Arts Center. Text by Pat Thomson.

Selections from the Chase Manhattan Bank Art Collection. Amherst, MA: University Gallery, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Text by Helaine Posner.

American Drawing in Black & White: 1970-1980. Brooklyn: Brooklyn Museum of Art. Text by Gene Baro.

Art in Our Time: HHK Foundation for Contemporary Art Inc. Milwaukee: Milwaukee Art Museum. Text by Andrea S. Van Dyke.

1979 Biennial Exhibition. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art.

American Painting: The Eighties. A Critical Interpretation. New York: Grey Art Gallery, New York University. Text by Barbara Rose.

Art on Paper 1979. Greensboro: Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greensboro. Text by James E. Tucker.

The Decade in Review: Selections from the 1970s. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art. Text by Patterson Sims.

Faculty Choice: An Exhibition of the Work of Ten Distinguished Artists Chosen by the Faculty of the State University of New York at Albany. Albany: State University of New York at Albany. Texts by Richard Callner and Nancy Liddle.

New Painting/New York: Jake Berthot, Ross Bleckner, Alan Cote, Philip Guston, Elizabeth Murray, Jerry Zeniuck, Joseph Zucker. London: Hayward Gallery/Art Council of Great Britain. Text by Catherine Lampert.

Some Abstract Paintings. Wayne, NJ: Ben Shahn Gallery, William Paterson College. Texts by Nancy Einreinhofer and Barbara Toll.

Eight Abstract Painters. Philadelphia: Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania. Texts by Dore Ashton and Suzanne Delehanty.

Thick Paint. Chicago: The Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago. Text by Carter Ratcliff.

Two Decades of Abstraction: New Abstraction. Tampa: University of South Florida Art Galleries.

1977 Biennial Exhibition. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art. Texts by Barbara Haskell, Marcia Tucker, and Patterson Sims.

Critics’ Choice. Syracuse, NY: The Joe and Emily Lowe Art Gallery, Syracuse University.

Early Work by Five Contemporary Artists: Ron Gorchov, Elizabeth Murray, Dennis Oppenheim, Dorothea Rockburne, Joel Shapiro. New York: The New Museum. Text by Marcia Tucker; interview with Murray by Allen Schwartzman.

“Invitation Exhibition, Academic Year 1977-1978,” from the portfolio Exhibitions 1977-1978. Columbus: The Ohio State University Gallery of Fine Art.

New York: The State of Art. Albany: The New York State Museum. Text by Courtney Sale.

Nine Artists: Theodoron Awards. New York: The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Text by Linda Shearer.

Painting 75 76 77. Bronxville, NY. Sarah Lawrence College Art Gallery. Texts by Mary Delahoyd, Lee Edwards, Stephen Fife, et al.

Space Window. Providence: Rhode Island School of Design and Brown University.

A View of a Decade 1967-1977. Chicago: Museum of Contemporary Arts. Texts by Martin Friedman, Peter Gay, Robert Pincus-Witten, and Stephen Prokopoff.

New Work/New York. Fine Arts Gallery, California State University, Los Angeles. Text by Doug Tilghman.

Continuing Abstraction in Modern Art. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, Downtown Branch. Texts by Richard Armstrong, Richard Marshall, and William Zimmer.

1973 Biennial Exhibition: Contemporary American Art. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art.

American Drawings 1963-1973. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art. Text by Elke M. Solomon.

1972 Annual Exhibition: Contemporary American Painting. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art.


Cohen, Alina. "Elizabeth Murray’s Rule-Breaking Paintings Continue to Inspire Younger Artists." Artsy (January 12, 2018)

Heartney, Eleanor. “The Way We Were.” Art in America (April 2018): 51–53, illustrated

Jefferson, Robin Seaton. “American Masters Films to Explore Lives of Four of America’s Most Celebrated Visual Artists.” Forbes, 27 August 2018.

“The Long Run: Ongoing, The museum of Modern Art, Floor 4.” MoMA Member Calendar (November/December 2018): (Do the Dance, 2005) illustrated, 20, [22].

MacMillan, Kyle. “Educated in Chicago, Painter Elizabeth Murray Created a Genre of Her Own.” Chicago Sun Times, 4 September 2018.

Murray, Elizabeth. Painters Progress, 1981. Oil on canvas, 19 panels, 9' 8" x 7' 9" (294.5 x 236.2 cm). MoMA: Member Calendar (May/June 2018): cover.

Phillips, Jevon. “On ‘American Masters,’ Relatives Open Up About the Famous Artists in Their Families.” Los Angeles Times, 7 September 2018.

Schwabsky, Barry. “Elizabeth Murray” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). Artforum (March 2018): 226–227, illustrated.

Wilkin, Karen. “At the Galleries” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). The Hudson Review LXX, no.4 (Winter 2018): 647–656.

Andrew, Jason. “How Graffiti Influenced Elizabeth Murray” (Pace Gallery exhibition preview). Hyperallergic, 24 October 2017.

Corwin, William. “Elizabeth Murray: Painting in the ‘80s” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). The Brooklyn Rail, 13 December 2017.

Fishman, Beverly. “40 Artists Share Their Favorite Shows of 2017: Beverly Fishman” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). Artsy, 25 December 2017.

Frankel, David. “Elizabeth Murray” (Canada exhibition review). Artforum 55, no. 7 (March 2017): 267-8, illustrated.

Gardner, Paul. “From the Archives: Elizabeth Murray on Shattering Expectations for Abstract Painting, in 1984.” Art News, 17 November 2017.

Heinrich, Will. “What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week: Elizabeth Murray” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). The New York Times, 29 December 2017: C18, illustrated.

Linden, Sheri. “Documentary 'Everybody Knows … Elizabeth Murray' brings the artist's work boldly to life” Los Angeles Times, 2 November 2017.

McCoy, Ann. “Making Space: Women Artists in Postwar Abstraction” (The Museum of Modern Art exhibition review). The Brooklyn Rail, June 2017.

Micchelli, Thomas. “Elizabeth Murray, Force of Nature” (Canada exhibition review). Hyperallergic, 14 January 2017.

Micchelli, Thomas. “The Pursuit of Art, 2017.” Hyperallergic, 30 December 2017.

Panero, James. “The Critic’s Notebook: Art” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). New Criterion, 28 November 2017.

Pobric, Pac. “Pace Gallery Remembers Elizabeth Murray with Show of her 1980s Work” (exhibition review). The Art Newspaper, 2 November 2017.

Schor, Mira. “Painting in the 1980s: Elizabeth Murray” (exhibition review). A Year of Positive Thinking, 11 November 2017.

Smith, Roberta. “Elizabeth Murray: A Singular Style, Steeped in Many” (Canada exhibition review). The New York Times, 6 January 2017: C27, illustrated.

Smith, Roberta. "Painting from the 1980s, When Brash Met Flash." The New York Times (New York), February 10, 2017, p. C19,C23.

Solomon, Deborah. “Review: What’s Doing in the Chelsea Galleries” (Pace Gallery exhibition review)., 15 December 2017.

Stevenson, Jonathan. “Elizabeth Murray’s Magnificent Tensions” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). Two Coats of Paint, 11 November 2017.

Yau, John. “The Gritty Poetry of Elizabeth Murray’s Paintings” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). Hyperallergic, 18 November 2017.

Ambrose, David. “Elizabeth Murray at Canada, New York curated by Carroll Dunham and Dan Nadel” (exhibition review). Whitehot Magazine (December 2016).

“Elizabeth Murray: ‘When the House is Quiet’” (Galerie Maria Bernheim exhibition review). Spike, no.47 (Spring 2016): 185, illustrated.

KHO. “Elizabeth Murray” (Galerie Maria Bernheim exhibition review). Kunst Bulletin, April 2016: 89, illustrated.

Luo, Shuyin. “Pace Beijing ‘Zhi Shang Tan Bing’ Qun Zhan Kai Mu, Cheng Xian 28 Wei Guo Nei Wai Yi Shu Jia de Hui Hua Li Zuo” (exhibition review). Artron, 16 April 2016.

Gardner, Ralph. “Platforms for Art Under the City (If You Notice).” New York Times, 8 January 2015: A14, illustrated.

Baker, Kenneth. “Bay Area Art Highlights in 2014” (Cantor Arts Center exhibition review). SF Gate, 12 January 2014.

Hill, Peter. “To Be a Lady: Sundaram Tagore” (exhibition review). Art News (February 2014): 103.

Moyer, Carrie. “Carrie Moyer on Elizabeth Murray.” Painters on Paintings, 25 September 2014, illustrated.

Roth, David M. “Elizabeth Murray @ Cantor Arts Center – Stanford University” (exhibition review). Square Cylinder, 11 March 2014.

Shetty, Deepika. “Bold New Look at the Lady” (Sundaram Tagore exhibition review). The Straits Times, 22 October 2013.

“To Be A Lady” (Sundaram Tagore exhibition review). Art Republik (December 2013–February 2014): 232.

Johnson, Ken. “‘Reinventing Abstractions’; ‘New York Painting in the 1980’” (Cheim & Read exhibition review). The New York Times, 12 July 2013: C23.

Smith, Roberta. “Hold That Obit; MoMA’s Not Dead.” The New York Times, 2 January 2011: AR1, AR8, discussed.

Smith, Roberta. “Raw Like Chelsea: A Big Tent, Gentrified but Not Gentle” (The Pace Gallery exhibition review). The New York Times, 22 April 2011: C27, C30, illustrated.

Epstein, Victor. “Underground Art: A Map to N.Y.C.’s MetroCard Masterpieces.” New York Observer, 12 July 2010: 46+, illustrated.

Smith, Roberta. “A World of Paintings in One City: ‘Do the Dance,’ by Elizabeth Murray, Museum of Modern Art.” The New York Times, 31 December 2010: C27, illustrated.

Foumberg, Jason. “Art: The Arts Club of Chicago, Elizabeth Murray” (exhibition review). New City, 1 October 2009.

Myers, Terry R. “Elizabeth Murray” (The Arts Club of Chicago exhibition review). The Brooklyn Rail, November 2009, illustrated.

“2007 in Review: Obituaries.” Art in America 2008 Guide (Annual 2008–2009): 61, illustrated.

Genocchio, Benjamin. “Playful, but Pensive: Elizabeth Murray’s Colorful, Cartoonish Work Disguised a Serious Intent” (Staller Center for the Arts, Stony Brook University exhibition review). The New York Times (Long Island edition): 16 November 2008: 14, illustrated.

Genocchio, Benjamin. “Special Fall Arts Issue: New Season That’s Rich In Its Mix” (Staller Center for the Arts, Stony Brook University exhibition preview). New York Times (Long Island edition), 7 September 2008: 1.

Birnbaum, Molly. “Tunnel Vision.” ARTnews 106 (January 2007): 30.

Bischoff, Dan. “What A Great Idea Looks Lie In Print”. The Star–Ledger, 28 January 2007.

Bonami, Francesco. “Isolated Incident” (Venice Biennale exhibition review). Arforum (September 2007): 396.

“Briefing: Milestones, Died: Elizabeth Murray” (obituary). Time, 27 August 2007: 23, illustrated.

Bui, Phong. “A Tribute to Elizabeth Murray (1940–2007).” The Brooklyn Rail, September 2007, illustrated.

Cohen, David. “Painting When Painting Was Dead” (National Academy Museum exhibition review). The New York Sun, 15 February 2007: section II: 1, illustrated; 14.

Cohen, David. “Venice Biennale 2007: The Olympics of the Visual Arts” (exhibition review). The New York Sun, 11 June 2007: 15.

Goodrich, John. “Meandering through Time” (Museum of Modern Art exhibition review). The New York Sun, 29 November 2007:17, 26.

Heartney, Eleanor. “New York: Elizabeth Murray at PaceWildenstein” (exhibition review). Art in America (February 2007): 148–149, illustrated.

“Kemper’s Passion for Art Sparks Exhibition.” The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Member Magazine (Spring 2008): 2–4, illustrated.

Klinkenborg, Verlyn. “Appreciations: Elizabeth Murray.” The New York Times, 14 August 2007: A20.

Kugel, Seth. “Weekend In New York: It’s All Happening Downstairs.” The New York Times, 14 January 2007.

Levin, Kim. “National News: ‘Tooned In” (obituary). ARTnews 106 (October 2007): 94, illustrated.

MacAdam, Barbara A. “Reviews: The Venice Biennale” (exhibition review). ARTnews 106 (September 2007): 144–145.

Morgan, Jessica. “Categorical Imperatives” (Venice Biennale exhibition review). Arforum (September 2007): 391–397.

Richard, Frances. “Reviews—High Times, Hard Times: New York Painting 1967–1975” (exhibition review). Arforum (April 2007): 265.

Rubinstein, Raphael. “Annals of Painting: It’s Not Made by Great Men” (High Times, Hard Times exhibition review). Art in America (September 2007): 60–67.

Saltz, Jerry. “Art: Bohemian Rhapsody—Remembering Elizabeth Murray” (obituary). New York Magazine, 27 August 2007: 162, illustrated.

Siegel, Katy. “The Buck Stops Here” (Venice Biennale exhibition review). Artforum (September 2007): 388–397.

Smith, Roberta. “Painting in the Heady Days, After It Was Proclaimed Dead” (National Academy Museum exhibition review). The New York Times, 16 February 2007: E42, illustrated.

Smith, Roberta. “Obituaries: Elizabeth Murray, Artist of Vivid Forms, Dies at 66.” The New York Times, 13 August 2007: B6, illustrated.

Somerstein, Rachel. “Class Act.” ARTnews 106 (January 2007): 32.

Cohen, David. “An ‘Old Master,’ Defiantly at Work.” (PaceWildenstein exhibition review). The New York Sun, 19 October 2006: 13, 18, illustrated.

“Goings on about Town: Elizabeth Murray” (PaceWildenstein exhibition review). The New Yorker, 13 November 2006.

Longhi, Tomassio. “ArtSeen: Elizabeth Murray” (PaceWildenstein exhibition review). The Brooklyn Rail (November 2006): 28, illustrated.

Mizota, Sharon. “ULAE Prints from the Collection 1957–2006” (Adler & Co. exhibition review). ARTnews (September 2006): 142, illustrated.

Mueller, Stephen. “Life After MoMA” (PaceWildenstein exhibition review). Gay City News, 26 October 2006.

Sheets, Hilarie M. “Reviews: Elizabeth Murray, Museum of Modern Art, Joni Moisant Weyl” (exhibition review). ARTnews 105 (January 2006): 120, illustrated.

Smith, Roberta. “Art in Review: ‘Women’s Work,’ Greenberg Van Doren” (exhibition review). The New York Times, 7 April 2006: E34, discussed.

Waldman, Anne. “Fun-House Mirror: for Elizabeth Murray.” Bomb, no. 97 (Fall 2006): 103, illustrated.

Westfall, Stephen. “Elizabeth Murray: Scary Funny” (exhibition review). Art in America (January 2006): 76–85, illustrated; cover.

Storr, Robert and Amy Sillman. “Passages: Beyond the Frame” (obituary). Artforum (November 2007): 71–76, illustrated.

Vadukul, Max. “United States of America: Elizabeth Murray.” L’uomo Vogue (May/June 2007): illustrated.

Vetrocq, Marcia. “The Venice Biennale, all’americana” (exhibition review). Art in America (September 2007): 136–147+.

Westfall, Stephen. “Front Page: Elizabeth Murray 1940–2007” (obituary). Art in America (October 2007): 53, illustrated.

Murray, Elizabeth. “Art: Elizabeth Murray in Conversation with Robert Storr and Phong Bui.” Brooklyn Rail(October 2005): 12–14, illustrated.

Bartlett, Jennifer. “Jennifer Bartlett by Elizabeth Murray.” Interview by Elizabeth Murray. Bomb 93 (Fall 2005): 54–59.

Cohen, David. “Arts and Letters: Murals from the Underground” (exhibition review). The New Sun, 18 August 2005: 16, discussed.

Dunham, Caroll. “Shapes of Things to Come” (exhibition review). Artforum (November 2005): 208–213, illustrated.

Esplund, Lamce. “Arts and Letters: How To Be Postmodern: Elizabeth Murray” (exhibition review). The New York Sun, 20 October 2005: 10, illustrated.

“Fall Preview–Art: Fresh Paint” (exhibition preview). Time Out New York, 8–14 September 2005: 22, illustrated.

Finch, Charlie. “Elizabethtown” (exhibition review)., 21 October 2005: illustrated.

“Galleries and Museums.” Chicago Reader, 29 October 2004: section Two: 30, illustrated.

Gardner, James. “Elizabeth Murray, Museum of Modern Art (exhibition review). The New York Post, 21 October 2005: 80, illustrated.

“Heart of the Matter: Recent Work by Elizabeth Murray.” Maier Museum of Art [Members’ Newsletter], Fall 2005: illustrated.

“Homecoming Queen” (exhibition preview). New York, 12 September 2005: 94, illustrated.

Kazanjian, Dodie. “Freeing the Spirit.” Vogue (October 2005): 351–356+, illustrated.

Kimmelman, Michael. “Stirring Up a Commotion on Canvas” (exhibition review). The New York Times, 21 October 2005: E31, E35, illustrated.

Kino, Carol. “A Visit With the Modern’s First Grandmother.” The New York Times, 2 October 2005, Arts and Leisure: 30, illustrated.

Kramer, Hilton. “Caution to Views: Murray’s Paintings May Induce Vertigo” (exhibition review). New York Observer, 31 October 2005: 1, 16, illustrated.

Kraus, Lisa. “A Beautiful Mind.” Dance Magazine (April 2005): 32–36, illustrated.

“On the Horizon–Art: Form and Function” (exhibition preview). The New Yorker, 3 October 2005: 36.

Plagens, Peter. “Coloring Outside the Lines” (exhibition review). Newsweek, 31 October 2005: 57.

Rosenblum, Robert. “Fall Preview 2005: Elizabeth Murray” (exhibition preview). Arforum (September 2005): 115, illustrated.

Saltz, Jerry. “Relentless Tempest” (exhibition review)., 21 October 2005: illustrated.

Scott, Andrea K. “Art: The Best and Worst of 2005: Elizabeth Murray at MoMA” (exhibition review). Time Out New York, 29 December–4 January 2006: 66.

Stevens, Mark. “Wow! Neat–o! Elizabeth Murray embraced PopArt’s playfulness without succumbing to chilly detachment.” New York, 7 November 2005: 110.

Artner, Alan G. “Murray’s solo show delights,” Russell Bowman Art Advisory exhibition review. Chicago Tribune, 29 October 2004: section 7: 2, illustrated.

Hawkins, Margaret. “Galleries/Museums: Knit wit and Abstract Fun” (exhibition review). Chicago Sun–Times–, 19 November 2004.

King, Sarah S. “Santa Fe Summer Preview.” Art in America (June/July 2004): 59.

Mitchell, Charles Dee. “Report From Santa Fe: Everything in Excess.” Art in America (November 2004): 84–91.

“Galleries–Chelsea: Elizabeth Murray” (PaceWildenstein exhibition review). The New Yorker, 31 March 2003: 19.

Kimmelman, Michael. “Elizabeth Murray” (PaceWildenstein exhibition review). The New York Times, 21 March 2003: E40.

Landi, Ann. “Who Are the Great Women Artists?” ARTnews (March 2003): 94–97.

Levine, Cary. “Elizabeth Murray at PaceWildenstein.” Art in America (July 2003): 87, 89 illustrated.

Matusow, Cathy. “Cartoon Networks” (Contemporary Arts Museum exhibition review). Houston Press, 10–16 April 2003, 41.

Naves, Mario. “Boxed In” (PaceWildenstein exhibition review). New York Observer, 21 April 2003: 16.

Rexer, Lyle. “The Pen: Mightier Than You Thought.” The New York Times, 13 April 2003: 31, illustrated.

Schjeldahl, Peter. “Grand Funk: Elizabeth Murray lightens up” (PaceWildenstein exhibition review). The New Yorker, 14 April 2003: 82–83, illustrated.

“Splat, Boom, Pow! The Influence of Cartoons In Contemporary Art.” Art Newspaper (London), March 2003.

“State of Wonder: Gulf Coast” (Contemporary Arts Museum exhibition review). Texas Monthly (April 2003): 144.

Yablonsky, Linda. “New York Reviews: Elizabeth Murray PaceWildenstein/Chelsea.” ARTnews (Summer 2003): 153.

Angeline, John. “Exhibition Room: Elizabeth Murray / Kiki Smith” (PaceWildenstein exhibition review). Velvet Park Magazine (2002): 46.

Anspon, Catherine. “Elizabeth Murray, Texas, Houston” (exhibition review). ARTnews (February 2002): 130, 132.

Aria, Barbara. “Teaching creationism. A new interactive show at the Children’s Museum of Manhattan helps kids unlock their inner artist.” Time Out New York, 29 August–5 September 2002: 16.

Berwick, Carly. “ARTtalk: Play’s the Thing.” ARTnews (October 2002).

Frankel, David. “Elizabeth Murray PaceWildenstein” (exhibition review). Arforum (Summer 2002): 173.

“Galleries-Chelsea: Elizabeth Murray” (PaceWildenstein exhibition review). The New Yorker, 8 April 2002: 22.

Ganno, S.E. “Elizabeth Murray: Watercolours PaceWildenstein” (exhibition review). Art Newspaper (London)April 2002: 4.

Glueck, Grace. “For Wall Street’s Sake: art to Lure Visitors Downtown.” The New York Times, 14 June 2002: E37.

Johnson, Ken. “Elizabeth Murray” (PaceWildenstein exhibition review). The New York Times, 29 March 2002: E38.

Johnson, Patricia C. “Pop Goes the Culture. When Art and Cartoons Collide, It’s ‘Splat, Boom, Pow’” (Contemporary Arts Museum exhibition review). Houston Chronicle, 12 April 2002: section D: 9, 12.

Kimmelman, Michael. “Modest Moments That Remain.” The New York Times on the Web, 29 December 2002.

Moss, E. Lynne. “Elizabeth Murray’s Watercolor Collages.” Watercolor (Fall 2002): 48–55.

“PaceWildenstein: ‘Elizabeth Murray: Watercolors’ and ‘Kiki Smith: Realms.’” Art Listings. Time Out New York,21–28 March 2002: 89.

Pollack, Barbara. “MoMA Makes Its Move.” ARTnews (June 2002): 114–115.

Smith, Roberta. “Bad News For Art, However You Define It” (2002 Whitney Biennial review). The New York Times, 31 March 2002: Arts & Leisure.

Murray, Elizabeth. “The Aftermath: Clinging To Belief In Art.” The New York Times, 23 September 2001: Art/Architecture: 29.

Wallach, Amei. “Reassessing an Era When Excess Was the Norm” (exhibition review). The New York Times: AR 38.

Arditi, Fiamma. “Vivi e lascia vivere.” Ars (June 2000): 45–46.

Baker, Kenneth. “Borrowed Glory: SFMOMA and the Palace of the Legion of Honor show off the stellar Anderson collection.” San Francisco Chronicle, 5 October 2000: E1, E3.

“Elizabeth Murray.” Mills Quarterly (Winter 2000): 34.

MacAdam, Alfred. “Drawings 2000,” ARTnews (October 2000): 177.

Moretti, Andrés. “Elizabeth Murray.” Animus (Buenos Aires), August/September 2000: 94–101.

Murray, Elizabeth. “Elizabeth Murray’s Utah.” Travel: 197–101.

Simon, Jordan. “Art on the Move.” Art & Antiques (January 2000): 90–97.

Bell, J. Bowyer. “Elizabeth Murray: Recent Paintings.” Review (London), 1 March 1999: 38–39.

Day, Carol. “New York Genius at Work.” Daily News, 27 June 1999: 28.

Everett, Deborah. “Elizabeth Murray: New Paintings.” NY Arts, February 1999: 58–59.

Holland Cotter, “Elizabeth Murray.” The New York Times, 19 February 1999: E37.

Kingsley, April. “Elizabeth Murray at Pace.” Art International (Spring/Summer 1999): 30–33.

MacFarquhar, Neil. “32 Receive Grants From MacArthur Foundation.” The New York Times, 23 June 1999: A15.

Paparoni, Demetrio. “Matissiana.” Tema Celeste (Milan) 74 (1999): 56–71.

Pinchbeck, Daniel. “NY Artist Q&A: Elizabeth Murray.” Art Newspaper (London), March 1999: 72.

Reichert, Herbert. “The Woman Behind the Kid on the Skateboard: Elizabeth Murray at PaceWildenstein.” Review (London), 1 March 1999: 18–23.

Thorson, Alice. “Idiosyncratic Artist Stretches the Bounds.” Jan Weiner Gallery, 23 April 1999.

Thorson, Alice. “Eye of the Collector: Bruce Hartman’s Connoisseur Approach Helps Build JCCC Holdings.” Kansas City Star, 3 October 1999: J1, J3, illustration

Trafton, Robin. “Shields+Murray=Convincing Combo.” Review (London), April 1999: 18.

Wilkinson, Jeanne C. “Elizabeth Murray at PaceWildenstein” (exhibition review). Art International (Spring/Summer 1999): 45.

Dunlap, David W. “Next Stop, Murals; Change Here for Uptown Sculpture.” The New York Times, 1 May 1998: E37, E52.

Frankel, David. “Ifs, Ands, and Buts: Elizabeth Murray’s If Only, 1997–98.” Artforum 36, no. 7 (March 1998): 70–75, illustrated.

Hagedorn, Jessica. “Elizabeth Murray.” Bomb (Winter 1998): 56–63.

Long, Andrew. “Openings.” Art & Antiques (September 1998): 32.

Worth, Alexi. “Elizabeth Murray’s Terrifying Terrain.” ARTnews (May 1998): 112, 114, illustrated.

Bell, J. Bowyer, “Exhibitions: Elizabeth Murray Recent Painting.” Review (London), 1 June 1997: 29.

Bourdon, David. “Elizabeth Murray at PaceWildenstein.” Art in America (October 1997): 114, illustration.

Carrier, David. “New York: Spring exhibitions.” Burlington Magazine (London) August 1997: 571.

Doktorczyk–Donohue, Marlena. “Elizabeth Murray.” Art Scene (February 1997): 9–11.

Ebony, David. “David Ebony’s New York Top Ten: Elizabeth Murray at PaceWildenstein” (exhibition review). Artnet on–line magazine, 6 June 1997.

“Elizabeth Murray.” The New Yorker, 19 May 1997.

“Elizabeth Murray.” The New Yorker, 26 May 1997: 20.

“Elizabeth Murray/PaceWildenstein.” The New York Times, 9 May 1997: C24.

Frank, Peter. “Art Picks of the Week: Elizabeth Murray.” LA Weekly, 28 February–6 March 1997: 142.

Fressola, Michael. “Driven by Abstraction.” Staten Island (New York) Advance, 15 June 1997: E1, E3.

Gardner, Paul. “Who Will Be Remembered in the Year 2022?” ARTnews (November 1997): 200–203.

Loughery, John. “The Telling Detail.” Hudson Review 50, no. 3 (Autumn 1997): 463 – 469.

McEvilley, Thomas. “A Painter Who Pops Your Top.” Interview, 29 May 1997: 40.

Milani, Joanne. “Artist Sheds the Boundaries of Canvas.” Tampa Tribune-Times, 25 May 1997: Travel–1–2.

Murray, Elizabeth. “Cartoonish and Goofy, Yet Disciplined.” Interview by Marlena Doktorczyk–Donohue. Christian Science Monitor, 5 June 1997: 11.

Pagel, David. “Giddy Energy.” Los Angeles Times, 30 January 1997: F4.

Smith, Roberta. “Despite Changes, a Gallery Scene That’s Resilient and Vital.” The New York Times, 9 May 1997: C1, 24.

Smith, Roberta. “A Century Sweeps By, Reflected in Still Life.” The New York Times, 23 May 1997: C1, C24.

Solomon, Deborah. “SoHo and Chelsea.” Wall Street Journal, 19 May 1997: A16.

Solomon, Ken. “The Vision of Elizabeth Murray.” New York 92 St. Y Review (Spring 1997): 4.

Worth, Alexi. “Up Now: Elizabeth Murray at PaceWildenstein.” ARTnews (May 1997): 165.

Yablonsky, Linda. “Elizabeth Murray – PaceWildenstein.” Time Out New York, 12–19 June 1997: 47.

Bell, J. Bowyer. “Elizabeth Murray at PaceWildenstein” (exhibition review). Review, June 1996: 29.

Cohen, Ronny. “Elizabeth and Paula, ‘a really amicable separation.’” Art Newspaper (London), March 1996: 36.

Kimmelman, Michael. “Elizabeth Murray at PaceWildenstein” (exhibition review). The New York Times, 24 May 1996.

Landi, Ann. “Murray Motion.” ARTnews (March 1996): 25.

Stevens, May. “Painting and Women’s Place in the Discipline.” Art New England (August–September 1996): 26, 67.

Vogel, Carol. “Inside Art.” The New York Times, 26 January 1996: C24.

Artner, Alan G., “Elizabeth Murray Returns Home in Person and Spirit.” Chicago Tribune, 28 April 1995: section 7: 48.

Cotter, Holland, “100 Works by Women, Not Intended for Women Only.” The New York Times, 21 July 1995: C15.

Polsky, Richard. “Ahead of the curve: Buy? Sell? Hold?” Art + Auction (December 1995): 60–64.

Stein, Judith E. “Elizabeth Murray.” ARTnews (September 1995): 146–147.

Colby, Joy Hakanson. “Sculpted canvases cut a colorful swathe.” Detroit News, 4 March 1994: D12.

Kimmelman, Michael, “Looking for the Magic in Painting.” The New York Times, 21 October 1994: C1.

Selected Works: Worcester Art Museum. Worcester, Massachusettes: Worcester Art Museum, 1994: 238, illustrated.

Smith, Roberta, “Elizabeth Murray.” The New York Times, 15 April 1994: C26.

“Prints & Photographs Published.” Print Collector’s Newsletter (July–August 1993): 107–110.

Adams, Brooks. “Elizabeth Murray at Paula Cooper.” Art in America (December 1992): 110–111.

Gardner, Paul. “Do titles really matter?” ARTnews (February 1992): 92–97.

Kimmelman, Michael. “Contrapuntal Paintings from Elizabeth Murray.” The New York Times, 10 April 1992: C22.

Malloy, Nancy. “Elizabeth Murray at Paula Cooper.” ARTnews (Summer 1992): 126.

Paris, Wendy. “Sculpture on stage.” Sculpture (January–February 1992): 40–43.

Raynor, Vivien. “Two Artists: From Ambiguity to Innuendo.” The New York Times, 1 November 1992, New Jersey Edition: 12.

Schwindler, Gary J. “Elizabeth Murray at Wexner Center for the Arts.” New Art Examiner (May 1992): 34–35.

Tarbell, Bethany. “Elizabeth Murray at Paula Cooper.” Art & Antiques (Summer 1992): 97.

Baker, Kenneth. “Mills College Show for Two Art Graduates.” San Francisco Chronicle, 7 February 1991: E5.

Messinger, Lisa M. “Terrifying Terrain.” Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin (Fall 1991): 78.

Nyo, Paula Tin. “Language of the brush.” Artweek, 7 March 1991: 14.

“Prints & Photographs Published.” Print Collector’s Newsletter (May/June 1991): 56–60.

Robins, Corinne. “Elizabeth Murray: deconstructing our interiors.” Art Journal (Spring 1991): 57–59.

Solomon, Deborah. “Celebrating Paint.” The New York Times Magazine, 31 March 1991: 20–25.

Baker, Kenneth. “Earthy Works by Elizabeth Murray.” San Francisco Chronicle, 26 December 1990: E2.

Cebulski, Frank. “Elizabeth Murray at John Berggruen.” Artweek, 6 December 1990: 19.

Jones, Bill. “Truth, justice and the comics: or MoMA to NY: DROP DEAD.” Arts Magazine (December 1990): 72–74.

Kido, Hitoshi. “Printer karano me.” Mizue (Tokyo), Winter 1990: 105–115.

Clark, Vicky A. “Postmodernism in the 1988 International.” Carnegie Magazine (Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh), July–August 1989: 12–16.

Cyphers, Peggy. “Elizabeth Murray at Paula Cooper.” Arts Magazine (Summer 1989): 90.

Howell, John. “Paula Cooper: quite contrary.” ARTnews (March 1989): 152–157.

Ottmann, Klaus, “Moira Dryer.” Journal of Contemporary Art (Spring–Summer 1989): 50–57.

Schor, Mira. “From liberation to lack.” Heresies, no. 24 (1989): 15–21.

Smith, Roberta. “The Interplay of Real and Painted Forms.” The New York Times, 17 March 1989: C32.

“Statements by Alex Katz, Frank Stella, Brice Marden, Elizabeth Murray, and Bill Jensen.” Art Journal (Fall 1989): 234–236.

Storr, Robert. “Shape Shifter.” Art in America (April 1989): 210–221, illustrated.

Temin, Christine. “Great Contemporary American Art in London.” Boston Globe, 16 March 1989: 91.

Brenson, Michael. “A Decade of Work from Elizabeth Murray.” The New York Times, April 24, 1988: C24.

Cohn, Terri. “Unfolding layers of imagery.” Artweek, 8 October 1988: 7.

Felstehausen, Deborah. “Forum: an untitled drawing by Elizabeth Murray.” Drawing (September–October 1988): 60.

Grimes, Nancy. “Whitney Museum of American Art.” ARTnews (September 1988): 151.

Hess, Elizabeth. “The Color of Murray.” Ms. (June 1988): 34–37.

Loughery, John. “‘Elizabeth Murray, paintings and drawings’” (exhibition review). Woman’s Art Journal (Fall/Winter 1988/89): 55–56.

Perl, Jed. “All Around the Town.” New Criterion (September 1988): 50–59.

“Prints & Photographs Published.” Print Collector’s Newsletter (November–December 1988): 90–193.

Rantan, Mari. “Elisabeth Murrayn haastattelu maaliskuussa 1988, New Yorkissa.” Taicle (Finland) 28, part 3 (1988): 38–41, 64–65.

Schwendenwien, Jude. “Elizabeth Murray at the Whitney Museum of American Art.” New Art Examiner (October 1988): 55.

Seliger, Jonathan and John Zinsser. “Elizabeth Murray.” Journal of Contemporary Art (Fall–Winter 1988): 31–37.

Allen, Jane Addams. “The Battle of the Biennials.” The World & I (Washington, D.C.) July, pp. 275-285.

Bonetti, David. “Bent Out of Shape:  The Re-Formation of Elizabeth Murray.Boston Phoenix, June 12, sec. 3.

Brenson, Micheal. “Elizabeth Murray at Paula Cooper.” New York Times, May 9, p. C25.

Brenson, Michael. “True Believers Who Keep the Flame of Painting. New York Times, June 7, p. H37.

Curtis, Cathy. “Elizabeth Murray’s Works are thoughtful, non-trendy.” Orange County Register (Dallas), March 20, p. 46.

Delong, Lea, and Margaret Cervarich. “Elizabeth Murray: Artist for the ’80s” Skywalker, December 2-8, pp. 6, 7, 12.

Dubin, Zan. “Art News: MOCA to Host Exhibit of Murray Paintings.” Los Angeles Times, July 26, Calendar, p. 100.

“Faces Spotlight: Elizabeth Murray.” Elle, April, p. 40.

Freudenheim, Susan. ”Sculptural Paintings by Elizabeth Murray.Texas Homes, March, p. 14.

Freudenheim, Susan. “Elizabeth Murray at Dallas Museum of Art.” Artforum XXV, no. 10 (Summer): 126.

Galligan, Gregory. “Elizabeth Murray’s New Paintings.Arts Magazine 62, no. 1 (September): 62-66.

George, Rosaline. “Elizabeth Murray on  Exhibit at MOCA.Entertainer Focus (Los Angeles), July 31.

Gill, Susan. “Elizabeth Murray at Paula Cooper.” ARTnews 86, no. 8 (October): 168.

Giuliano, Charles. “The canvas is her canvas.” Boston Patriot Ledger, June 13, p. 29.

Hughes, Robert. “Abstraction and Popeye’s Biceps.” TIME 130, no. 2 (July 13): 65.

Bell, Tiffany. “Drawing with Respect to Painting.” Arts Magazine 60, no. 10 (June-Summer): 123-124.

Brenson, Michael. ”Art.” New York Times, August 3, p. G2.

Brenson, Michael. “Drawing with Respect to Painting,” New York Times, May 2, p. C32.

“Cal Collects.” University Art Museum Calendar (Berkeley), April, pp. 1-2.

Cope, Penelope Bass. “Brash new works enliven local Museum.” Wilmington Sunday News-Journal, March 9.

Horsfield, Kate. “Elizabeth Murray.” Profile 5, no. 3 (Summer): entire issue.

Larson, Kay.One from the Heart.New York Magazine, February 10, pp. 40-45.

Madoff, Steven Henry. “The Return of Abstraction.ARTnews LXXXV, no. 1.

Malone, Maggie. “A Museum of One’s Own?” Manhattan, Inc., April, pp. 159

Schwartz, Sanford. “The Saatchi Collection, or, a generation comes into focus.” The New Criterion 4, no. 7 (March): 22-37.

Sozanski, Edward. “On Galleries.” Philadelphia Enquirer, April 10.

Stavitsky, Gail “The 1985 Carnegie International.” Arts Magazine LX, no. 7 (March): 58-59.

Storr, Robert. “Added Dimension.” Parkett 8 (1986): 8-19.

Anderson, Bill. “Vacillating  Pluralism.” Santa Barbara News & Review, November 7, p. 31.

Brendan, Michael. “The Whitney Biennial Arts’s Cutting Edge?” New York Times, March 17, p. H1.

Cameron, Dan. “A Whitney Wonderland .” Arts Magazine 59, no. 10 (Summer): 66-69.

“Charting New Territory.” Daily Nexus (Santa Barbara), October 24, p. 6A.

“Firm donates art work to museum.” Cincinnati Post, January 7, p. 8B.

Flam, Jack. “The Gallery: The Museum as Funhouse.”  Wall Street Journal, March 27, Leisure & Arts, p. 32.

Gardner, Paul. “When Is a Painting Finished?” ARTnews 84, no. 9 (November): 89-99.

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

Heartney, Eleanor. “Whitney Biennial 1985. New Art Examiner 12, no. 9 (June): 24-26.

Hughes, Robert. “Careerism and Hype amidst the Image Haze.TIME Magazine 125, no. 24 (June 17): 78-83.

Larson, Kay. “Keep Your Eye on Art . . . Women in the Vanguard.Harper’s Bazaar, March, pp. 276-277, 318, 320.

McDonald, Roberts. “Landscape as a State of Mind.” Artweek XVI, no. 40. (November 30): 5.

Muchnic, Suzanne. “Scapes Exhibit: Rooms with Too Many Views.” Los Angeles Times, December 9, sec. 6 pp. 1, 4.

Perrone, Jeff. “Hugging and Tugging. Arts Magazine 59, no. 6 (February): 74-77.

Peroone, Jeff. “The Salon of 1985.” Arts Magazine 59, no. 10 (June-Summer): 70-73.

Pinches, Robert L. “Santa Barbara show features landscapes with a fresh bloom. San Diego Union, December 5, p. E15.

Plagens, Peter. “Nine Biennial Notes.” Art in America LXXII, no. 7 (July): 114-119.

Radlo, Carrie. “Scapes’: Looking at the World.The Weekly, November 7, p. 29.

Rose, Barbara. “Portrait of Paula.” Vogue, April, pp. 362- 367, 410.

Russell, John. “Art: Whitney Presents Its Biennial Exhibition Exhibition.” New York Times, March 22, p. C23.

Russell, John. “Art ‘Grande Parade’ at the Stedelijk.” New York Times, December 27, p. C16.

“Scapes’ Charts new territory at UCSB.Santa Barbara News-Press, October 26, p. C28.

Simon, Joan. “Elizabeth Murray ou le mélange des metaphors.” art press no. 88 (January): 16-18.

Sofer, Ken. “Elizabeth Murray.” ARTnews 84, no 1 (January): 139.

Tatum, Shirley. “The Scope of Scapes.Santa Barbara Daily Nexus, November 14, p. 5A.

Tuchman, Phyllis. “The Whitney Biennial: The MTV of Art.” Newsy, March 29.

Branson, Michael. Elizabeth Murray.” New York Times, October 19, p. C32.

Colby, Joy Hakanson. “Out of square exhibit trades in high energy.” Detroit News, February 5, p. 4E.

DeSantis, Tullio Francesco. “A Painting Show.” New Art Examiner 11, no. 5 (February): 15.

Fineberg, Jonathan. “Tracking the Avantgarde.” Harvard Magazine, January-February, pp. 24-35.

Gardner, Paula. “Elizabeth Murray Shapes Up.ARTnews LXXXIII, no. 7 (September): 46-55.

Gibson, Eric. “Spring exhibitions.” New Criterion 2, no. 10 (June): 69-72 .

Glueck, Grace. “At Whitney, 5 New York Painter’s.New York Times, March 30, pp. 35-41.

Maschal, Richard. “‘Murray’s Hot’ Art Full of Energy.” Charlotte (N.C.) Observer, February 5, p. 11F.

Miro, Marsha. “Old hands Help ‘Square’ show take shape.” Detroit Free Press March 4, p. 6C.

Othman, Klaus. “Wake Up, Kyanaston McShine!” Flash Art no. 118 (Summer): 63.

“Prints & Photographs Published ‘Elizabeth Murray.Print Collector’s Newsletter XV, no. 4 (September-October): 144.

Ratliff, Carter. “Five Painters in New York.Vanity Fair 47, no. 3 (March): 20-21.

“Season’s Lights. Vogue, September, p. 723.

Simon Joan. “Mixing Metaphor: Elizabeth Murray.” Art in America 72, no. 4 (April): 140-147.

Smith, Roberta. “Hidden Manias. The Village Voice XXIX, no 16 (April 17): 95.

Smith, Roberta. “A Three-Sided Argument.” The Village Voice, October 30, p. 107.

Ashbery, John. “Biennials Bloom in the Spring.” Newsweek 101, no. 16 (April 18): 93-94.

Atkins, Robert. “New Museum’s New Space.” Newsy, October 7.

Cohen, Ronny H. “Drawing Now in New York City: The New Pictorial Image of the Eighties.” Drawings IV, no. 5(January-February): 97-101.

DeSantis, Tullio Francesco. “Albright’s avant-garde ‘Painting show’ finals a return to figurative tradition.” Reading Eagle, December 4, pp. 18, 25.

Eisenman, Stephen F. “Elizabeth Murray.” Arts Magazine LVII, no. 10 (June): 45-46.

Elizabeth Murray.” Bomb 8  (1983-84): 20.

“Elizabeth Murray.” Bijutsu Techo Monthly Art Magazine (Tokyo), September, p. 28.

Fleming, Lee. “Directions 1983.” ARTnews 82, no. 6 (Summer): 79-82.

Glueck, Grace. “2-Gallery Shows Are Catching On.” New York Times, April 8, p. C25.

Hayakawa, Alan R. “Murray stacks  puzzle into pleasing abstract.Portland Oregonian, November, 25, p. 63.

Howe, Katherine. “Elizabeth Murray at Paula Cooper.” Images & Issues 4, no. 2 (September- October): 63.

Madoff, Steven Henry. ARTnews LXXXII, no 9. (November).

Miller, Bud. “Elizabeth Murray.” Flash Art no. 113 (Summer): 65.

Rosenthal, Mark. “The Structured Subject in Contemporary Art: Reflections on Works in the Twentieth-Century Galleries.” Philadelphia Museum of Art Bulletin 79, no. 340. (Fall).

Russell, John. “Painting Is Once Again Provocative.” New York Times, April 17, Arts & Leisure, p. 64.

Smith, Roberta. “Healthy Egos.” The Village Voice, May 3, p. 100.

New York Museums: The Acquiring Taste.” The Village Voice, July 26, pp. 76, 83.

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