“From Ideas to Art: Emerging contemporary artists look for fresh ways to portray the world,” Art & Antiques, Dec. 2001, pages 64-73.
“Where Beauty Beckons: Japan’s Miho Museum is a tranquil oasis of world-class art,” Art & Antiques, Oct. 2001, pages 92-94.
“Taking the Spirit of Brooklyn on a Florida Vacation,” The New York Times, Arts & Leisure, See page 16, 2001, pages 33 and 36; article about the exhibition “Brooklyn!”, at the Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art in Lake Worth, Florida, a survey of work made by artists from Brooklyn's current artists' enclaves.
“Telling the Story of America with Masterworks,” The New York Times, Arts & Leisure, Sepage 2, 2001, page 27; article about the redesigned, reinstalled permanent collection of American art at the Newark Museum in Newark, New Jersey.
“Valton Tyler's Techno-organic Landscapes,” Raw Vision (U.K.), issue no. 35, summer 2001, pages 34-39; article about Dallas-based, self-taught artist who paints in oil on canvas.
“For Six Decades, a Colorful Mirror of Popular Culture,” The New York Times, Arts & Leisure, Jul.1, 2001; article about the exhibition "The LP Show," on the history of record-album graphic design, at the Exit Art/The First World, in New York.
“Where Exuberant Dreams Sink Out of Sight,” The New York Times, Arts & Leisure, Apr. 8, 2001, pages 35 & 37; article about the exhibition "The Swamp: On the Edge of Eden," at the Cummer Museum, Florida.
“The Latin-American Moment: Vibrant, colorful and compelling, a region's diverse art has become an international sensation,” Art & Antiques, Feb. 2001, pages 65-75.
“Building a Refuge of Respectability for Art on the Fringe,” The New York Times, Arts in America, Jan. 18, 2001; arts section, page 2; article about the American Visionary Art Museum, Baltimore, and its exhibition, “Treasures of the Soul: Who is Rich?”.
“Mapping, in Space, the Flickering Face of Time,” The New York Times, Arts & Leisure, Dec. 31, 2000, pages 35 & 37; article about Japanese multi-media artist Tatsuo Miyajima.