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“Las puertas de Manhattan: The Gates de Christo y Jeanne-Claude transformarán el Parque Central de la ciudad de Nueva York,” Fahrenheit (Mexico), Oct.-Nov. 2004, pages 36-42.

Monumental Magic: With their next art project, Christo and Jeanne-Claude will transform New York’s Central Park,” S.F. Gate, the Web site of the San Francisco Chronicle, Sept. 24, 2004.

The vitality of Jamaica’s ‘Intuitive’ artists,” International Herald Tribune, Sept. 2, 2004, page 10.

“Another World: Evaluating and appreciating abstract art,” Art & Antiques, Sept. 2004, pages 46-53.

“Jessie Montes: Corrugation Fever,” Raw Vision (U.K.), issue no. 48, autumn 2004, pages 46-49; with photographs by the author; article about Colorado-based, self-taught Mexican-American artist who uses corrugated cardboard to make landscape and portrait “paintings.”

“Savoring the Vitality of the Intuitives’ Powerful Art,” Jamaica Observer/Sunday Observer, Aug. 22, 2004, pages 12-13; with photographs by the author.

us department of art A Convention Briefing from the Department of Art,” The New York Times, Arts & Leisure, Aug. 15, 2004; article about conceptual artist Randall Packer’s politically themed art installation and the imaginary U.S. Department of Art & Technology.
 

How Hello Kitty Came to Rule the World,” S.F. Gate, the Web site of the San Francisco Chronicle, July 14, 2004.

“And Outsider Legend Emerges: Emery Blagdon’s wire sculptures and paintings surface after many years in storage,” Envision, the Missouri journal for folk, visionary and self-taught art, July 2004, vol. 9, issue 2, pages 12-14.

A Loner’s Belated Company,” The New York Times, Arts & Leisure, Jan. 18, 2004; article about the discovery and coming to market of self-taught artist Emery Blagdon’s wire sculptures and paintings.

“Drawn to the Body,” Art & Antiques, Jan. 2004, pages 56-61; article about contemporary figurative painters Julie Heffernan, Daniel Feldman, Vincent Valdez and Michael Leonard.

williams carmona “Las ‘Historias Cocidas’ de Williams Carmona: Un banquete de misterio, humor y alma,” in Williams Carmona: Historias Cocidas. San Juan, Puerto Rico: Viota Gallery and collaborating publishers, 2004.
waldo Jon Waldo: Red Paintings
New York: Ballena Studio, 2004; catalog designed by and featuring photographs by Edward M. Gomez, with essay, “Notes on Jon Waldo’s Red Paintings,” published in conjunction with Waldo’s exhibition at P.S. 122 Gallery, New York.
La Wilson La Wilson: Altered Objects
Collegeville, Pennsylvania: Berman Museum of Art, Ursinus College, 2004; catalog designed by Edward M. Gomez, with his essay, “La Wilson: Altered Objects,” published in conjunction with retrospective exhibition of the American artist La Wilson’s box-assemblage sculptures.
 

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