Isaac Witkin Catalogue
Isaac Witkin
Selected Catalogues
Robertsib, Bryan and Ian Dunlop.  The New Generation: 1965.  Whitechapel Gallery. London, United Kingdom. 1965.
Quatrième Biennale de Paris.  Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris. Paris, France. 1965.
Inside, outside.  Smith College Museum of Art. Northampton, Massachusetts. 1966.
Dempsey, Andrew, intro.  Outdoor sculpture 1967.  Arts Council. London, United Kingdom. 1967.
New sculpture, 1967: seventh annual summer exhibition of sculpture.  Hart House. Toronto, Canada. 1967.
Finch, Christopher.  Young English Sculptors.  Stedelijk Museum. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 1967.
7 sculptors.  Arts council. London, United Kingdom. 1969.
British Sculpture Out of the Sixties.  Institute of Contemporary Arts. London, United Kingdom. 1970.
Lipke, William C.  Isaac Witkin retrospective: 1958-1971.  Robert Hull Fleming Museum, the University of Vermont. Burlington, Vermont. 1971.
Compton, Michael.  The Alistair McAlpine Gift.  Tate Gallery, London, United Kingdom. 1971.
Isaac Witkin.  Marlborough Gallery. New York, New York. 1975.
Tucker, William.  The Condition of Sculpture.  Arts Council of Great Britain. London, United Kingdom. 1975.
Goossen, E.C. and Sidney Tillim.  Artists at Bennington.  Bennington College Arts Center. Bennington, Vermont. 1976.
McCabe, Cynthia Jaffee.  The Golden Door: Artist-Immigrants of America, 1876-1976.  Smithsonian Institution Press. Washington, D.C. 1976.
Isaac Witkin.  Marlborough Gallery. New York, New York. 1978.
Hudson, Andrew.  15 Sculptors in Steel around Bennington, 1963-1978.  Park-McCullough House Association. North Bennington, Vermont. 1978.
Monuments and monoliths: a metamorphosis.  Nassau County Museum fo Fine Art. Roslyn, New York. 1978.
Einreinhofer, Nancy.  Sculpture: Bladen, Kipp, Witkin.  Ben Shahn Gallery, William Paterson College of New Jersey. Wayne, New Jersey. 1979.
Naire, Sandy and Nicholas Serota.  British sculpture in the 20th century.  Whitechapel Gallery. London, United Kingdom. 1981.
Tannenbaum, Judith, essay.  Landscape in Sculpture.  Freedman Gallery, Albright College. Reading, Pennsylvania. 1982.
1982 invitational exhibition.  Berkshire Museum. Pittsfield, Massachusetts. 1982.
Elsen, Albert, intro.  Casting: A Survey of Cast Metal Sculpture in the 80s.  Fuller Goldeen Gallery. San Francisco, California. 1982.
Six in bronze.  Williams College Museum of Art. Williamstown, Massachusetts. 1983.
Reynolds, Gary A.  American Bronze Sculpture, 1850 to the Present.  Newark Museum. Newark, New Jersey. 1984.
Works in Bronze: A Modern Survey.  Sonoma State University Art Gallery. Rohnert Park, California. 1984.
Isaac Witkin.  Hirschl & Adler Modern. New York, New York. 1985.
Richman, Michael.  Contemporary sculpture at Chesterwood VI.  National Trust for Historic Preservation. Washington, D.C. 1985.
Cohen, Nancy.  Contemporary American Landscape: Reflections of Social Change.  New Jersey Center for Visual Arts. Summit, New Jersey. 1987.
Nash, Steven A.  A Century of modern sculpture: the Patsy and Raymond Nasher collection.  Rizzoli. New York, New York. 1987.
Isaac Witkin.  Hirschl & Adler Modern. New York, New York. 1988.
Sculptural intimacies: recent small-scale work.  Security Pacific Corp. Costa Mesa, California. 1989.
Fry, Edward F.  Isaac Witkin.  Locks Gallery. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 1991.
Isaac Witkin.  Walker Hill Art Center. Seoul, Korea. 1992.
Isaac Witkin: small sculptures.  Locks Art Publishers. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 1993.
Chelsea Harbour Sculpture 1993.  Royal Society of British Sculptors. London, United Kingdom. 1993.
Wilkin, Karen.  Spring-Summer 1995 Exhibition.  Grounds for Sculpture. Hamilton, New Jersey. 1995.
Isaac Witkin: the past decade.  Grounds For Sculpture. Hamilton, New Jersey. 1996.
Robertson, Bryan, text.  Colour sculptures: Britain in the sixties.  Waddington Galleries. London, United Kingdom. 1999.
Talalay, Marjorie.  Four sculptors: ninth anniversary exhibition.  Sculpture Center. Cleveland, Ohio. 1999.
Collischan, Judy.  Welded sculpture of the twentieth century.  Hudson Hills Press. New York, New York in association with the Neuberger Museum of Art. Purchase, New York. 2000.
Princenthal, Nancy, intro.  Silver + gold.  Baldwin Gallery. Aspen, Colorado. 2000.
Isaac Witkin: major works since 1963.  Locks Gallery. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 2001.
Karadontis, Fleurette P., and Jorge Molder, foreword; Kyriakos Koutsomallis, Richard Riley, Ana de Vasconcelos e Melo, and Isadora Papadraka, essays.  Metamorphosis: British art of the Sixties.  Umberto Allemandi & Co. Torino, Italy. 2005.
Naar, Harry I., foreward, interview.  Isaac Witkin: Out of the Crucible, Images Born of Fire & Water.  Rider University. Lawrenceville, New Jersey. 2005.
Price, Marshall N.  The Abstract Impulse: Fifty Years of Abstraction at the National Academy, 1956-2006.  National Academy Museum & School of Fine Arts in association Hudson Hills Press. New York, New York. 2007.
Wilkin, Karen.  Color as Field: American Painting, 1950-1975.  Yale University Press. New Haven, Connecticut. 2007, p. 75. 
Fall/Winter 2007/08 Exhibitions.  Grounds for Sculpture. Hamilton, New Jersey. 2007.
Neale, Hannah, ed.; Ian Dunlop and Hester R. Westley, essays.  New Generation Revisited: British sculpture from the Sixties and Seventies.  Roche Court Sculpture Park. London, United Kingdom. 2008.
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