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April Gornik    (American, 1953)

 April Gornik - French Waterways (Prints and Multiples) h: 28.2 x w: 38 in / h: 71.6 x w: 96.5 cm
April Gornik
French Waterways
 
 April Gornik - French Waterways, State II (Prints and Multiples) h: 28.2 x w: 38 in / h: 71.6 x w: 96.5 cm
April Gornik
French Waterways, State II 1997
 
 April Gornik - Inlet (Prints and Multiples) h: 14.6 x w: 18.1 in / h: 37.1 x w: 46 cm
April Gornik
Inlet 2003
 
 April Gornik - Palentine Shade (Prints and Multiples) h: 34.5 x w: 29.5 in / h: 87.6 x w: 74.9 cm
April Gornik
Palentine Shade 2006
 
 April Gornik - Polar Light (Prints and Multiples) h: 29 x w: 36 in / h: 73.7 x w: 91.4 cm
April Gornik
Polar Light 2008
 
 April Gornik - Radiant Light (Prints and Multiples) h: 30.9 x w: 37 in / h: 78.5 x w: 94 cm
April Gornik
Radiant Light
 
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Biography
1953 Born: April 20, 1953, Cleveland, Ohio
1976 Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Canada, B.F.A.
Present Lives: New York, NY

Exhibitions
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2002 Danese, NY: “Northern Light”
Mead Art Museum, University of Massachusetts, Amherst: “The Belles of Amherst”
2001 University Gallery, Fine Arts Center, University of Massachusetts, Amherst: “Space: Selections from the Permanent Collection”
Elizabeth Harris Gallery, New York, “Curious Terrain”
Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago, IL:“Utopia 3”
The Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, NY:“Follies: Fantasy in the Landscape”
Danese, NY:“Summer Group Exhibition”
Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles, CA:“Inaugural Exhibition”
2000 Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York, NY:“Drawings 2000”
Winston Wachter Mayer Fine Art, New York, NY:“Art of the 80s”
Winston Wachter Fine Art, Seattle, WA: “Group Landscape Exhibition”
Residence of the American Ambassador of The Slovak Republic, Bratislava, The Slovak Republic:“Works on Paper 2000”
Harn Museum of Art, Gainesville, FL:“The Perpetual Well: Contemporary Art from the Collection of the Jewish Museum”
Mobil Museum of Art, Mobile AL:“water: A Contemporary American View”; traveled to: Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, WI
1999 Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston SC:“water: A Contemporary American View”
Crown Point Press Gallery, San Francisco, CA:“Why Draw a Landscape?”
Karen McCready Gallery, New York, NY:“Why Draw a Landscape?”
Steven Scott Gallery, Baltimore, MD:“A Place in the Sun”
Atlanta College of Art Gallery, Atlanta, GA:“As Far as the Eye Can See”
1998 Turner & Runyon Gallery, Dallas, TX:“Encyclopedia”
Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, NY:“Gifts for a New Century”
Herter Art Gallery, Amherst, MA:“After Nature”
Crown Point Press Gallery, San Francisco, CA:“New Releases: April Gornik, Tom Marioni, Pat Steir”
Karen McCready Fine Art, NY:“Cityscape/Landscape”
Elizabeth Mayer Fine Art, NY:“80s Artists Then and Now”
Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, NY:“Selections from the Collection: Guild Hall Museum”
The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH:“Cleveland Collects”
Plattsburgh Art Museum, Plattsburgh, NY:“The Joe Wilfer Show: Collaborations in Paper and Printmaking”
The Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, NY:“The Centennial Open”
Southeast Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, NC:“Divining Nature”
Paul Kuhn Gallery, Calgary, Alberta, Canada:“Prints by Painters”
Dorfman Projects, New York, NY:“The Portraits Speak: Chuck Close in Conversation with 27 of his subjects”
Winston Wächter Fine Art, New York, NY: “Movements of Grace: Spirit in the American Landscape”
Meyerson & Nowinski, Seattle, WA:“Landscapes”
1997 Center for Curatorial Studies Museum, Bard College, Annandale, NY:“In Plain Sight”
Turner and Runyon Gallery, Dallas, TX:“A Reversal of Scale”
Emily Fisher Landau Center, Long Island City, NY:“Woodwork”
Hammond Gallery, Lancaster, OH:“Eight From Ohio: In and Out of Bounds”
1996 Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, Gainesville, FL:“Destiny Manifest: American Landscape Paintings in the Nineties”
Freedman Gallery, Albright College Center for the Arts, Reading PA:“20/20: The Visionary Legacy of Doris Chanin Freedman”
James Graham & Sons, New York, NY:“water”
Fine Arts Gallery at Southampton College, Southampton, NY: “Master Workshop Exhibition”
1995 Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, NY:“Re-Presenting Representation II”
Mary Ryan Gallery, New York, NY:“Elementum”
California Center for the Arts Museum, Escondido, CA:“Revisiting Landscape”
Galerie de la Tour, Amsterdam, The Netherlands:“100 Personal Heroes Part 2”
Florida International University, Miami, FL:“American Art Today: Night Paintings”
1994 Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY:“Inspired by Nature”
Feigen Inc., Chicago, IL:“Changing Views”
Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, CT:“Timely and Timeless”
Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton, FL:“Landscape Not Landscape”
Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO:“Mountains of the Mind: American Mountain Landscape Painting from 1850 to the Present”
1993 The Morristown Museum, Morristown, NJ:“Living With Art: The Collection of Ellyn and Saul Dennison”
Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH:“25 Years”
Whitney Museum, Fitchburg, CT:“Landscape as Metaphor”
1992 The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT, “Four Friends”, Rayburn Foundation, New York, NY; Ringling Museum, Sarasota, FL; Oklahoma Museum of Art, Oklahoma City, OK
Transamerica Pyramid Lobby, San Francisco, CA, “Selective Vision”
1991 The Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, NY: “Romance and Irony in Recent American Art”
The National Museum of Women, Washington, DC:“Presswork: Art of Women Printmakers”
Mary Ryan Gallery, New York, NY:“Landscapes”
Annina Nosei Gallery, New York, NY:“Landscape Painting”
1990 Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI:“Terra Incognita”
Residence of the Ambassador, Mexico City, Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico, “Contemporary American Artists”
Whitney Downtown at Federal Reserve Plaza, NY and Fairfield County, CT:“The (Un)Making of Nature”
The Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, Australia:“Romance & Irony in Recent American Art”
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA:“Harmony & Discord: American Landscape Today”
Chicago Public Library Cultural Center, Chicago, IL:“Didier Nolet: Dreams of a Man Awake”
1989 Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, TX:“10 + 10: Contemporary Soviet & American Painters”; traveled to: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA; Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY; Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI; The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington DC; Artist's Union Hall of the Tretyakov Embankment, Moscow, USSR; Central Artists' Hall, Tbilisi, Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic; Central Exhibition Hall, Leningrad, USSR
The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY:“1989 Biennial Exhibition”
The Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, NY:“Painting Horizons: Jane Freilicher, Albert York, April Gornik”
Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles, CA:“A Decade of Drawings: 1980-1989”
The Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, OH:“A Certain Slant of Light: The Contemporary American Landscape”
National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC:“The 1980s: Prints from the Collection of Joshua P. Smith”
The Whitney Museum of American Art at the Equitable Center, New York, NY:“Nocturnal Visions in Contemporary Painting”
The Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, NJ:“Art of the '80s from the Chemical Bank Collection”
The Art Museum at Florida International University, Miami, FL:“American Art Today: Contemporary Landscape”
1988 Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, RI:“Art for Your Collection”
The Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, NY:“Drawing on the East End, 1940-1988”
Marlborough Gallery, New York, NY:“Changing Perspectives in Contemporary Representations”
National Academy of Design, New York, NY:“Realism Today: American Drawings from the Rita Rich Collection”; traveled to: Smith College, Northampton, MA; The Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AK; The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH,
Hood Museum, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH:“Art of the Twentieth Century”
The Whitney Museum of American Art, Stamford, CT: “The New Romantic Landscape”
Wellesley College Museum, Wellesley, MA:“1976-1986: Selections from the Edward R. Downe, Jr. Collection”
The Rockwell Museum, Corning, NY:“Boundless Realism: Contemporary Landscape Painting in the West”
1986 Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ:“New Narrative Painting: Selections from The Metropolitan Museum of Art”
Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT:“A Contemporary View of Nature”
Weatherspoon Art Gallery, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, NC:“Art on Paper”
Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC:“Spectrum, Natural Settings”
Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles, CA:“Still Life/Life Still”
Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY:24th National Print Exhibition, “Public and Private: American Prints Today”
Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx, NY:“Landscape in the Age of Anxiety”
The Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO:“American Painting 1975-1985: Selections from the Collection of Aron and Phyllis Katz”
The Taft Museum, Cincinnati, OH: “Night Lights”
Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA: “Currents”
The Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA:“Sources of Light”
1984 American Pavilion, Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy. Traveled to: Lisbon, Portugal; Madrid, Spain; Athens, Greece; Belgrade, Yugoslavia; Budapest, Hungary
Sidney Janis Gallery, New York, NY:“A Celebration of American Women Artists, Part II: The Recent Generation”
Holly Solomon, New York, NY:“The Innovative Landscape”
Archer M. Huntington Art Gallery, The University of Texas at Austin, TX:“A Tribute to James and Mari Michener”
ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS
Pace Prints, New York, NY
Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, WV
Danese, New York, NY
Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, NY
1999 Glenn Horowitz Booksellers, East Hampton, NY
Harley Baldwin Gallery, Aspen, CO
1998 The University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA
Museum of American Art of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA
1997 Turner & Runyon Gallery, Dallas, TX
Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, NY
Kohn-Turner Gallery, Los Angeles, California
1994 Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, NY
Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, NY
Offshore Gallery, East Hampton, NY
1993 Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art, Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA
Mary Ryan Gallery, New York, NY
Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, NY
Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, NY
1988 University Art Museum, California State University, Long Beach, CA
The Sable-Castelli Gallery, Toronto, Canada
Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, NY
Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, NY
1985 The Sable-Castelli Gallery, Toronto, Canada
Galerie Springer, Berlin, West Germany
Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, NY
Texas Gallery, Houston, TX
1983 The New Gallery of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH
Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, NY
1982 Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, NY
University of Colorado Art Galleries, Boulder, CO
1981 Edward Thorp Gallery, New York, NY


PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, CANADA
Boise Art Museum, Boise, ID
Brooklyn Museum of Art, NY
Castellani Museum of Art, Niagara, NY
Cincinnati Museum, Cincinnati, OH
City College of New York, New York, NY
Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH
Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville, ME
Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, OH
Douglas S. Cramer Foundation, Los Angeles, CA
Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, CA
Fisher Landau Center, Long Island City, NY
Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne, IN
Fort Worth Museum, Fort Worth, TX
Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, NY
High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA
Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, WV
Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Museum, New Brunswick, NJ
The Jewish Museum, New York City, NY
Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY
Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, WI
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Fort Worth, TX
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX
Museum of Modern Art, NY
National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC
National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C.
New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, NJ
Neuberger Museum, Purchase, NY
Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL
Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, NY
Snite Museum, Notre Dame, IN
Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, MA
University Art Museum, C.S.U., Long Beach, CA
Whitney Museum of American Art, NY

Literature
BIBLIOGRAPHY
2003 Matthew, Richard. Tampa Review, illus.
Oneacre, Alison. “Tree Tops,” WWD, November 7, p. 8, illus.
Katz, Carissa. “April Gornik: Landscapes of the Mind,” The East Hampton Star, August 29, pp. III-1 & III-4.
Leffingwell, Edward. “April Gornik at Danese,” Art in America, April 2002, pp. 147 – 148.
Johnson. “Curious Terrain,” The New York Times, January 18.
Russell, John. “Making Pen and Ink Seem Passé: The Proliferation of New Ways to Draw”, The New York Times, 11 August 2000, p. E32.
Johnson, Ken. “Art in Review: April Gornik”, New York Times, October 6, p. E38.
Grimes, Nancy. “April Gornik”, ARTnews, November, p. 208, ill.
Wheeler, Susan. Edward Thorp Gallery Show 14 September, “April Gornik, Paintings Drawings”, ill.
Kertess, Klaus. “OO: Drawings 2000 at Barbara Gladstone Gallery”, Barbara Gladstone Gallery, July-August, ill.
Scott, Sue. “Collector's Choice II: Contemporary Art from Central Florida Collections”, Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL, p. 10, ill.
Enright, Robert. “The Pleasure of Their Company: Steve Martin, April Gornik and Eric Fischl in Conversation with Robert Enright”, Border Crossings, August, pp. 26-46, ill.
Stunda, Hilary. “April Gornik and Pat Steir”, ARTnews, February, p. 169, ill.
1999 Vonnegut, Kurt. Waterscapes, Landscapes. Glenn Horowitz Booksellers, New York, limited hardcover book edition of 100, catalogue edition, ill.
Brown, Kathan. Why Draw a Landscape? Crown Point Press, San Francisco, pp. 72-79, ill.
Ollman, Leah. “Art Reviews: The Great Drawing Show”, Los Angeles Times, p. F26, ill.
Weiss, Marion Wolberg. “Art Commentary”, Dan's Papers, 27 August, p.100.
Rosemblum, Robert. On Modern American Art, pub. by Harry N Abrams Inc, New York, pp. 297-298, ill.
Sansegundo, Sheridan. “American Art at the Parrish”, East Hampton Star, 29 July, p. III-6, ill.
Robinson, Joyce Henri, PhD. “As Far as the Eye Can See”, Atlanta College of Art, Atlanta, GA, cat., ill.
Byrd, Cathy. “Land, lots of land”, Atlanta Creative Loafing, Vol. 27, No. 39, arts page.
Braff, Phyllis. “The Works of Art That Inspire the Artist”, The New York Times, 15 November, 1998, p. 37, ill.
Hinson, Tom. Cleveland Collects Contemporary Art, The Cleveland Museum of Art, pp. 142-143, ill.
Ferris, Mark. “Lesser Lights Shine”, Newsday, 27 November, 1998.
Cummings, Mary. “Thoughtful Questions On the Nature of Gifts”, The Southampton Press, 19 November, 1998.
Gambino, Erica-Lynn. “A Thank-You Show at Parrish”, The Southampton Press, 17 December, 1998, p. B1-2.
Weiss, Marion Wolberg. “Art Commentary”, Dan's Papers, 25 December, p. 49.
Braff, Phyllis. “A Photographic Return to Places and People”, The New York Times, 5 April, 1998.
Weiss, Marion Wolberg. “Art Commentary”, Dan's Papers, 17 April 1998.
Weil, Rex. “Heaven in Earth, ARTnews, March 1998, pp. 150-152, ill.
Rice, Robin. “The Life Thing”, Philadelphia City Paper, 6 February, 1998, p. 29, ill.
Brown, Gerard. “Beauty and Brains”, Philadelphia Weekly, February 4, 1998, p. 50, ill.
Rice, Robin. “Best Bets: Art”, Philadelphia City Paper, 16 January, 1998, p.22.
Sozanski, Edward. “Elemental landscapes not quite of this world”, The Philadelphia Enquirer, 16 January, 1998, p. 32, ill.
Delio, Michelle. “Moving Pictures: Ancient tradition meets portable technology in the world of art.”, Portable Computing Direct Shopper, January 1998, pp. 82-93, ill.
Kutner, Janet. “Dallas: April Gornik at Turner & Runyon”, ARTnews, January 1998, p. 140, ill.
Yount, Sylvia. “Embodied Landscapes”, Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery and the Museum of American Art of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 9 January, 1998, ill.
1997 Enright, Robert. Peregrinations: Conversations with Contemporary Artists, Bain and Cox, Winnipeg & Buffalo, 1997, pp. 330-335.
Sussler, Betsy. speak art! the best of BOMB magazine's interviews with artists, G+B Arts International, 1997, pp.176-186, ill.
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Kutner, Janet. “Spiritual mystique permeates artist's landscapes”, Dallas Morning News, 10 October, 1997, p. 46, ill.
Enright, Robert. “The Seductions of Landscape: A Conversation with April Gornik”, Border Crossings, Summer 1997, pp. 18-29, ill.
Raynor, Vivian. “Landscapes That Celebrate Their Makers”, New York Times, 10 August, 1997, p.12, ill.
Litt, Steven. “Finding Limelight Out of Town”, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, 1 August, 1997, p. E1.
Smith, Roberta. “Hudson Valley Conversations”, New York Times, 18 July, 1997, p. C26.
Goodman, Jonathan. “April Gornik at Edward Thorp”, Art in America, February 1997, p. 105, ill.
Landi, Ann. “Site Specifics”, ARTnews, April 1997, p. 117.
1996 Sandler, Irving. Art of the Postmodern Era, Icon Editions, NY, 1996, pp. 268-271, ill.
Maxwell, Douglas. “April Gornik: Paintings and Waterways”, Edward Thorp Gallery, NY, 1996, ill.
Brown, Kathan. ink, paper, metal, wood: Painters and Sculptors at Crown Point Press, Chronicle Books, San Francisco, 1996, pp. 183-4, ill.
1995 Acker, Kathy and Ronell, Avital. Time Capsule: A Concise Encyclopedia by Women Artists, Creative Time & SOS Int'l., ill.
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Planca, Elisabetta. “un Paradiso Neoromantico”, Arte, Aprile 1995, ill.
1994 Slifka, Rose. “From the Studio”, East Hampton Star, Dec. 17, 1994.
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Raynor, Vivien. “The Sublime, the Modern and the Literal in Views of the Land”, The New York Times, Nov. 11, 1994, p. 20 WC.
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“'Friends Unite for Art Show, Daily Oklahoman, April 1, 1994, ill.
“'Four Friends' Exhibit to Open”, Capital Hill Beacon, Mar. 31, 1994, ill.
“A Nice Pair”, The Kansas City Star, March 27, 1994.
Halley, Mary. “A Window Into Life's Realities”, Oklahoma Gazette, Mar 24, 1994, pp. 1-5, ill.
Trittoleno, Martine, “La Vie Artiste”, French Vogue, March, 1994, p. 223-6, ill.
1993 Raynor, Vivien. “An Optimist's Eye in Ridgefield”, New York Times, Dec. 5, 1993, p. CN 30, ill.
Gilbert, Andrea. “Pilgrim's Progress: A Journey to Long Island's South Fork”, ARTI, Art Today, November-December 1993, pp. 144-165, ill.
Gall, Sally and Gornik, April. Interview in Bomb Magazine, summer, ill.
Enright, Robert. Interview, Border Crossings, Winter 1993, p. 29-32
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1992 Sanders, Scott Russell, “Staying Put”, Orion, Winter 1992, p. 40, ill.
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1991 “Romance and Irony”, Arts Review, June 11-July 8, 1991.
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1990 Barrie, Lita. “US artists twist nostalgic convention”, NBR Weekend Review, New Zealand, Dec. 1, 1990, p. W 9.
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Flam, Jack. “..And Looking Like Provincials,” The Wall Street Journal, June 12, 1990, p. A16.
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1989 Shinoda, Tazmi. “The Landscape of April Gornik: Sensuality of the Anonymous,” Mizue, Tokyo, W inter 1989, 124-135, ill.
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Kimmelman, Michael. “Nocturnal Visions in Contemporary Painting,” The New York Times, April 28,1989, p. C30.
Pryor, Kelli. “Back to Nature,” Avenue, February 1989, pp. 128-137, ill.
Kazajian, Dodie. “Fast Forward,” House & Garden, February 1988, pp. 76ff.
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1988 McGuigan, Cathleen. “Transforming the Landscape,” Newsweek, December 26, 1988, pp. 60-2, ill.
Solomon Deborah. “Back to Nature,” House & Garden, November 1988, pp. 64-8, ill.
Braff, Phyllis. “Drawing Lines: East End Anthology,” The New York Times, November 6, 1988.
Lewallen, Constance. “View: April Gornik”, Interview, Crown Point Press, Fall 1988, 24 pp. ill.
Slivka, Rose C. S. “From the Studio,” The East Hampton Star, October 29, 1988.
Dodero, Tony. “Landscape artist opens program at art museum”, Daily Forty-Niner, Oct. 13, 1988, p.7, ill.
Gottlieb, Shirle. “'April in Long Beach”, Seabreeze, Oct. 12, 1988, p.10, ill.
Long, Robert. “East End Drawing Exhibition at Parrish,” Southampton Press/Hampton Chronicle News, October 13, 1988.
Lipson, Karen. “East End Drawings: With Bounds, Diversity,” Newsday, October 7, 1988, p. 12.
Delatiner, Barbara. “The Spotlight Shines on Drawings,” The New York Times, September 11, 1988.
Tuchman, Phyllis. “Interpreting Nature in a SoHo Setting”, Newsday, July 27, 1988, part II, p.7, ill.
Gornik, April. “Rooms in the View,” Arts & Antiques, Summer 1988, pp. 72-77, ill.
Loughery, John. “Landscape Painting in the Eighties: April Gornik, Ellen Phelan, and Joan Nelson,” Arts, May 1988, pp. 44-8, ill.
Nochlin, Linda. “En Plein Air: Recent Views of the Great Outdoors,” Interview, April 1988, pp. 18-23.
Grimes, Nancy. “April Gornik,” ARTnews, January 1988, pp.153-4.
Hansell, Freya. “Three Painters: Susan Rothenberg, April Gornik, Freya Hansell,” Bomb, Spring 1988, pp. 18-23, ill.
Kimmelman, Michael. “Art: 'Realism Today' at National Academy,” The New York Times , January 8, 1988, C27.
1987 Kramer, Hilton. “An Antidote to the Postmodern Blues: 'Realism Today' at the National Academy,” The New York Observer, December 28, 1987.
Cullinan, Helen. “Landscape given new meaning”, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, p. 2A, 17 January, 1987, ill.
Cameron, Dan. “Opening Salvos, Part One,” Arts, December 1987, pp. 89-93.
Braff, Phyllis. “Private Pieces on Public View,” The New York Times, November 29, 1987, Long Island Section, p. 38, ill.
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