“Process and 3-D Materials, National Museum of American History,”
History of Photography, vol. 24, no. 1, Spring (2000), pp. 37–41.
Discusses photographs and equipment in the Photographic History Collection related to process and 3-D photography, especially as it connects to advertising and photojournalism, from 1840s-1960s.
Panorama, November (2003).
Illustrated article about panorama cameras and photographs in the Photographic History Collection.
“Coming into Focus,”
Footsteps, January/February (2005) vol. 7, no.1, pp. 37–41.
Illustrated article about how daguerreotypes are made, and mentions African-American daguerreotypist Augustus Washington. Footsteps is a children’s magazine about African American history, this particular issue focuses on African American inventors.
The Kennedys: Portrait of a Family,
with Richard Avedon. New York: CollinsDesign, 2007.
No family has captured the fascination of the American public like the Kennedys. In 1961, acclaimed photographer Richard Avedon of Harper’s Bazaar magazine photographed president-elect John F. Kennedy and his young family. This study showcases a selection of previously unpublished images from the historic photo session. Avedon donated more than 200 photographs and negatives to the Museum in 1966, complementing the Museum’s 1962 acquisition of Jackie Kennedy’s inaugural gown.
“Local Photographers in the National Collection,”
with Michelle Delaney in History of Photography Journal, vol. 24, no. 1, Spring (2000), pp. 63–64.
"From Idea to Matter: 9 Sculptors,"
[and interview co-authored with Edward Albee] Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia, October 2000.
"The Art of New York's Jews: A Delicate Lesson"
catalog essay in Transformations: Jew and Modernity Arthur Ross Gallery, Philadelphia, University of Pennsyvlania Press, April 2001.
The Genius of American Painting,
Morrow & Co., New York, (co-author), 1973.
The Dictionary of Art,
MacMillan Ltd., London (contributor).
Notes & Recollections: Jochen Seidel Kompt nach Berlin: Die Ruhr,
Staatliche Kunsthalle Berlin, March 1992, tour to: Hallescher Kunstverein, Halle; Raum Trinitatis, Koln, Cologne).
What If?: Collected Writings of Paolo Soleri 1986–2000 (Berkeley: Berkeley Hills) 2002.
"Merrill Mahaffey: Cue From Manet,"
Palm Springs Desert Museum, March 2000 (catalog essay).
American Dreamer (New York: Hudson Hills Press), Contributor, 1999.
Taschen Verlag (Cologne, Germany, 1991) editions in German, French, English, Dutch, Spanish, Italian, Swedish, Danish (Japanese edition in press); abridged edition 1993;
Hungarian, 1994; hardcover reprint 1997; second, compact, edition 2003.
Villa Streccius, Landau, Germany, July-August 1995.
Arshile Gorky: The Implications of Symbols
University of California Press, 1991
Hundertwasser der Maler
German language edition, F. Bruckmann Verlag, Munich, Germany, 1986; reprinted Otus Verlag, St. Gallen, Switzerland, 2001.
Manet's Contemplation at the Gare St. Lazare,
University of California Press, 1987; paperback 1991.
DOV Press, Washington, D.C. 1996.
Clyde Lynds New Jersey State Art Museum, March 1993 (and subsequent tour).
"Lester Johnson: The Secret in Plain Sight"
Catalog essay, Provinceton Art Museum, Massachusetts, June 2001.
Seymour Lipton: Aspects of Sculpture,
Smithsonain Institution Press, 1979.
"William Scharf: History Painter",
essay in Phillips Collection, Washington D.C., November 2000 for the exhibition William Scharf: Paintings 1984–2000.
Color: Suite In Four Parts,
DOV Press, Washington, D.C. 1993.
Art Gallery, New York State University at Stony Brook, 1996.