“Yoko Ono: A Scream Come True,” Oxymoron, volume 2, 1998, pages 30-36; essay about artist Yoko Ono and the modern avant-garde.
“Franklin Furnace: Founder-director Martha Wilson leads the avant-garde into the brave new world of cyberspace,” Oxymoron, volume 2, 1998, pages 108-113; with photographs by the author.
“An Immigrant Artist at Home in Memory,” The New York Times, Arts & Leisure section, Sept. 6, 1998; article about artist Ernesto Pujol.
“A 60’s Free Spirit Whose Main Subject Was Herself,” The New York Times, Arts & Leisure section, July 5, 1998, pages 29 and 31; article about artist Yayoi Kusama.
“Uruguayan Artist Creating on a Broader Canvas,” The New York Times, Arts Abroad section, Apr. 14, 1998; arts section, page 2; article about artist Ignacio Iturria.
“In the Aftermath of Bloodshed, Smoldering Images,” The New York Times, Art & Leisure section, Mar. 15, 1998; article about the work of Colombian artist Doris Salcedo.
“High-wire Act: Anne Fischer’s art fuses drawing and sculpture in a single metallic line,” Art & Antiques, Apr. 1998, pages 78-80.
“L’obbligo di dire la verità in pittura (Alice Neel),” Tema Celeste (Italy), Mar. 1998, pages 53-55.
“An Outsider Draws from Inside: Through art, Marilee Stiles Stern travels a liberating path of self-discovery,” Art & Antiques, Jan. 1998, pages 40-42.