Complete Bibliography: Amy Goldin

Amy Goldin, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France, 1971 © Naomi Schiff

Early in her career, Amy Goldin wrote many single paragraph reviews for the “In the Galleries,” section of Arts Magazine.  Referred to by the magazine as a “freelance observer of the Manhattan Art Scene,” she reviewed shows of the following artists:

 May/June 1965: Cavallon, Marc Chagall, Francoise Gilot, John Goodyear, Red Grooms , Fannie Hillsmith , Dan Lutz, Roy Moyer , Marina Stern, Fernando Zobel

 September 1965: Carl Andre, Virginia Banks, Clyde Barnes, Herbert Bayer, Marc Chagall, Allan D’Arcangelo, Paul Delvaux, Rosalind Drexler,Walker Griffith Everett, Charles Henri Ford, Antonio Lopez Garcia, Antonio Giraudier, E. F. Hebner, Gene Hedge, Ralph Humphrey, Khanna, Pavel Korin, Gregory Masurovsky, Henri Michaux, Roland Peterson, Robert Rauschenberg, James Rosenquist, Herman T. Rowan, Dorothy Ruddick, Richard Smith, Bob Stanley, Richard Straley, Teiji Takai, Yvonne Thomas, Jane Wilson

 November 1965: Dottie Attie, George Bireline, Jerome Blum, Robert DeNiro, Ida Kohlmeyer, Lowell Nesbitt, Kendall ShawLeon Polk Smith, Jack Youngerman

 December 1965: Ilene Astrahan, Frank Boggs, Corneille, Fromboluti, Sidney Goodman, Patrick Heron, Lisa Muller, Tetsuo Ochikubo, Arnaldo Pomodoro, Man Ray, Takeo Shiiki, Harold Stevenson,  Walter Stuempfig, Reva Urban, Ryo Watanabe, Gerald Willen

 January 1966: Richard Anuszkiewicz, Les Freres Baschet, Francisco Farreras, Norman Ives, Isadore Levy, Jules Olitski, Nam June Paik, Peter Phillips, Riopelle, Paul Van Hoeydonck, Peter Wrangell

 February 1966: Jack Beal, Elmer Bishcoff, Joan Brown, Norris Embry, Martin Maloney, George B. Nick, David Park, Dalia Ramanauskas, Michael Snow

 March 1966: Arakawa, Darby Bannard, William N. Copley, Seena Donneson, Sonia Gechtoff, Paul Georges, Raeford Liles, Cesar Manrique, Rhoda McHugh, Walter Murch, Ladislas Segy, David Seccombe, Theodoros Stamos

 April 1966: Jo Baer, Carmen Cicero, Enrico Donati, Julio Le Parc, Sven Lukins, Nicholas Marsicano, George McNeil, Felix Pasilis, Gabor Peterdi, Jo Roman, Raymond Saunders, Bryan Wilson, Yvaral

 May 1966:  Geoffrey Hendricks, Soto

 June 1966: Wassily Kandinsky, V.V. Rankine, Jennet Lam, Gloria Vanderbilt,

 September 1967: Walter Everett, Jane Wilson

Published essays by Amy Goldin:

 “Dada Legacy,” Arts, September, 1965

“Evolution in the Arts and Other Theories of Cultural History,” by Thomas Munro [book review], September 1965

“Harold Rosenberg’s Magic Circle,” Arts, November, 1965

“Requiem for a Gallery; the Green Gallery’s Rise and Demise,” Arts Magazine, January 1966

Review,  “Canvases and Careers,” by Harrison White, Arts, February, 1966

Review, “Rodin’s Cathedrals,” Arts, April, 1966

“McLuhan’s Message: Participate, enjoy! Invitation to an orgy, can we refuse to sing along with kitsch?” Arts, May, 1966

“A Note on Opticality,” Arts, May, 1966

“The Sculpture of George Sugarman: what has insides and outsides and comes in seventeen colors?  Answer: George Sugarman’s new work,”Arts, June, 1966

“Art Patronage Under Communism:  Yugoslavia,” Art in America, March, 1967

“Art in a Hairshirt,” Art News, February, 1967

“Duchamp-Villon:The Cubist Core,” Art News, February, 1967

 “Antihierarchical American: The New Esthetics of Minimal Sculptor Donald Judd,” Art News, September, 1967

 “The Art Scene in America,” UMETNOST (Belgrade), September, 1967

“Situation Critical: A Sharp Look at the Current Phenomenon of Formalist Criticism and How it Recreated Art in its Own Image,” Art News, March, 1968

“Beyond Style,” Art and Artist (London), March, 1968

 “Morris Louis: Thinking the Unwordable,” Art News, April, 1968

“Look Aloft: 10 New York Painters and Sculptors Working in as Many Styles Bypass the Art-Gallery Entrepreneurs and Open Their Studios to the Public,”Art News, May, 1968

 “One Cheer for Expressionism: German Expressionism in a show at Spencer Samuels,” Art News, November, 1968

“Leger Now,” Art News, December, 1968 [reprinted: “Leger, Our Contemporary,” Institute for the Arts, Rice University, 1978]

“Art Talk and Art Criticism,” UMETNOST (Belgrade), December, 1968

“Deep Art and Shallow Art,” New American Review #4, 1968

 “Sweet Mystery of Life,” Art News, May, 1969

George Sugarman: Plastiken, Collagen, Zeichnungen

Kunstalle Basel, Städtisches Museum, Leverkusen, Haus Am Waldsee, Berlin, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 1970

 “Conceptual Art as Opera,” Art News, March, 1970 (with Robert Kushner)

“Coy Women, Purple Upholstery, Cosmic Landscapes: the Metropolitan’s 19th Century Art Exhibition,” Art News, May, 1970

“Californian Lives – Eleanor Antin (catalog essay) Gainground Gallery, 1970

“Words in Pictures,” Art News Annual, 1970

 Correspondence in International Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, Winter 1970

“Harlem out of Mind,” Art News, May, 1970

“Twenty-Three Recent Drawings by George Sugarman” (1971), 1971 (catalogue essay) [ for exhibitions inGermanyandSwitzerland], 1971 (with German translation)  

“Studio and Art History: the CAA’s non-identical twins,” Art in America, June, 1972

Book Review, M. Kadish’s “Reason and Controversy in the Arts,” Journal for Aesthetics and Art Criticism, Winter 1972

“ParisArt Scene,”Art Gallery, Summer 1971

“A Non-Survey Art Course for Non Majors,” College Art Journal, Winter 1972

“Art and Technology in a Social Vacuum,” Art in America, May/June, 1972

“Diane Arbus: Playing with Conventions,” Art in America, March/April, 1973                                   

“TheUniversityArtSchool: Limbo for Alienated Youth?,” Art inAmerica, May/June, 1973

“The ‘New’ Whitney Biennial: Pattern Emerging?,” Art inAmerica, May/June, 1973

“The Eight’s Laissez-Faire Revolution,” Art in America, July/August, 1973

“New York, Zuka at Betty Parsons,” Art in America, January/February, 1974

“In Praise of Innocence,” Art in America, March/April, 1974

“The Esthetic Ghetto: Some Thoughts About Public Art,” Art in America, May, 1974

“Teheran: Qajar Painting at the Iranian-American Cultural Center,” Art in America, September/October 1974         

“The Post-Perceptual Portrait,” Art in America, January/February, 1975

“Brooklyn’s Comic-Book Artists” at the Brooklyn Museum, Art in America, March/April, 1975

Review, Martin Battersby’s “Trompe L’Oeil: The Eye Deceived,” Art in America, March/April 1975

“Folk Art and the Academy,” Dialogue, Vol.8, No.1, 1975

“Art History: American Art History has been Called Elitist, Racist and Sexist. The Charges Stick.” Art News, April, 1975

“The “New Whitney Biennial: Pattern Emerging,” Art in America, May/June, 1975

“Matisse and Decoration: The Late Cutouts,” Art in America, July/August, 1975                             

“Patterns, Grids and Painting” Artforum, September, 1975, p.50           

“United Graffiti Artists 1975 at Artists Space,” Art in America, November/December 1975

“Folk Art and the Academy,” Dialogue, Volume 8, 1975.       

Review, John Fowler’s “English Decoration in the 18th Century,” Art in America, January/February, 1976

“Frantisek Kupka at the Guggenheim and Denise Rene,” Art in America, January/February, 1976

“Abstract Expressionism, No Man’s Landscape” Art in America, January, 1976

“Islamic Art: The Met’s Generous Embrace,” Artforum, March, 1976

“Kim MacConnel at Holly Solomon,” Art in America, March/April 1976

“The Brothers Prendergast,” Art in America, March/April, 1976

Letter in response to Jeff Perrone’s review “Jasper Johns’s New Paintings,”  (with Robert Kushner) Artforum, May, 1976

“Forever Wild: A Pride of Fauves,” Art in America, May/June, 1976    

“Problems in Folk Art,” Artforum, Summer 1976                                      

“How are the Prendergasts Modern?” Art in America, September/October, 1976

“Frank Stella at the Knoedler,” Art in America, September/October, 1976

“Patterning & Decoration,” The Museum of the American Foundation of the Arts, Miami, FL,1977

“Islam Goes to England,” Art in America, January/February, 1977

“Report from Toronto & Montreal, Art in America, March, 1977                         

“Alexander Calder 1898-1976,”Art in America, March/April, 1977

“Canadian Art Today,” Art in America, March/April, 1977
”Present Tense: New Art and the New York Museum,” (with Roberta Smith) Art in America, September/October 1977

“Two centuries of Black American Art: Brooklyn Museum,” Art in America, January/February 1978

“Body Language of Pictures,” Artforum, Vol.16, March, 1978

“Pattern and Print,” Print Collector’s Newsletter, March/April, 1978

“Manny Farber: Reforming Formalism,” Art in America, May/June, 1978


 Collective Behavior, with Dr. Michael Brown, Prentice-Hall, 1974