“New Era, New Techniques: Five artists of diverse styles take novel approaches to familiar themes,” Art & Antiques, Dec. 2000, pages 73-83.
“They Speak for the Animals, and Through Them,” The New York Times, Arts & Leisure, Nov. 12, 2000, pages 39 and 42; article about exhibition of contemporary sculpture on the themes of animal survival and animal spirituality.
“Irrepressible Abstraction: Rich color & unlikely geometry explode in Al Held's new large-scale paintings,” Art & Antiques, Oct. 2000, pages 98-103.
“Weaving Memories of Mother, Talismanic and Tender,” The New York Times, Arts in America, Oct. 12, 2000; article about American contemporary artist Donna Sharrett.
“An Abstractionist Maintains the Faith in a Skeptical Era,” The New York Times, Arts & Leisure section, Sept. 17, 2000, pages 36-37; article about American abstract-expressionist painter Louise Fishman.
“Breathing Life, Posthumously, Into Japan's Art Scene,” The New York Times, Arts & Leisure section, Aug. 20, 2000, pages 33 and 35; article about the new Taro Okamoto Museum of Art in Kawasaki, Japan.
“Futuristic Forms Frolic Under Eerie Texan Skies,” The New York Times, Arts in America, June 13, 2000; article about the Texas-based, American self-taught oil painter Valton Tyler.
“Essay: The Collecting Spirit: Habit, fancy, indomitable urge? Some thoughts about that thing we do...,” Art & Antiques, June 2000, pages 132-133.
“An Offbeat Outpost Attains Longevity and Ponders Why,” The New York Times, Arts & Leisure section, Apr. 16, 2000; article about 18th-anniversary, retrospective exhibition at Exit Art/The First World, in New York City.
“Discovering Art With the Aura of the Outsider,” The New York Times, Arts & Leisure section, Feb. 20, 2000, page 42; article about artists Domenico Zindato and Attila Richard Lukacs.
“Mexico’s Pensive Painter: Roberto Cortázar’s realist-abstract images create windows to the psyche,” Art &Antiques, Jan. 2000, pages 76-81.