Bibliography

Bibliography: Selected Catalog Essays, Reviews, Articles and Web Links

 

Karatani, Kojin. Isonomia and the Origins of Philosophy. Indeterminate (painting), by Cheryl Goldsleger, reproduced on the cover. Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press, 2017

Kevin Grogan and Cary Wilkins, editors. Unquiet Territories, Art by Cheryl Goldsleger, catalogue. Essays by Lilly Wei, Fran Kaufman, and JD Talasek, Augusta Georgia: Morris Museum of Art, 2017

Levine, Brett. Cheryl Goldsleger: Unquiet Territories at Morris Museum of Art in Augusta, review. Atlanta, Georgia: Burnaway.org, February 7, 2017

Kuntz, Jac. Cheryl Goldsleger at Sandler Hudson, review. Atlanta, Georgia: Burnaway.org,  October 19, 2016

Brantley, Rebecca. Cheryl Goldsleger’s “Recent Works” takes a deconstructive approach to cartography, review. Atlanta, Georgia: ArtsATL, October 19, 2016

Feaster, Felicia. Work inspired by maps, mapping focus of Goldsleger’s show, art review. Atlanta, Georgia: Atlanta Journal and Constitution, September 27, 2016

Smith, Tim.  Line of Site, review.  Baltimore, Maryland: The Baltimore Sun, April 17, 2015

Caudell, Sherri. Studio Visit: Cheryl Goldsleger, interview. Atlanta, Georgia: Burnaway.org, January, 14, 2015

Kaufman, Fran, curator. Extending the Line 3D. Baltimore, Maryland: C. Grimaldis Gallery, 2014.

Karatani, Kōjin. The Structure of World History: From Modes of Production to Modes of Exchange. Translated by Michael K. Bourdaghs. Chambers (painting), by Cheryl Goldsleger, reproduced on the cover. Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press, 2014.

Talasek, J. D. and Alana Quinn, editors.  Cheryl Goldsleger: The NAS Project, catalog,  Essay by Dr. Rena Hoisington, Curator, Baltimore Museum of Art, Washington, DC: Cultural Programs of the National Academy of Sciences, 2013

Gower, Reni, curator. Heated Exchange: Contemporary Encaustic. Richmond, Virginia: Reni Gower; San Francisco, California: Blurb, 2012.

Drury, Fritz, and Joanne Stryker. Drawing: Structure and Vision. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2009.

Stolz, Joan, and Matthew Watt, curators. Tabula Rasa: A Drawing Exhibition. Champaign, Illinois: Giertz Gallery at Parkland College, 2008.

Gower, Reni, curator. The Divas and Iron Chefs of Encaustic. With essays by Joanne Mattera and Dr. Virginia Spivey. Richmond, Virginia: Painting and Printmaking Department, School of Arts, Virginia Commonwealth University, 2007. Exhibition at the Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University, in 2008.

Fallon, Roberta. All Spaced Out, review. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: the art blog.org, May 24, 2006

Karabenick, Julie, curator. Order(ed). With an essay by Roberta Fallon. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Gallery Siano, 2006.

Kuspit, Donald.  Social Structure, review. New York, New York: ArtNet Magazine online, July 5, 2005

Wilkin, Karen.  Gallery Chronicle, review.  New York, New York: The Hudson Review,Volume LVIII, Number 2, pages 290-293, Summer 2005

Cullum, Jerry. Designing Women: Recent Works by Cheryl Goldsleger….., review,  Art in America, New York, New York, pages 116 – 119, March, 2004

Cone-Skelton, Annette, editor. utopia, work by Cheryl Goldsleger, catalog. Essay by Rex Weil, Atlanta, Georgia: Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, 2003

Fox, Catherine. Women Architects Inspire Artist’s ‘Utopia,’ review. Atlanta, Georgia: Atlanta Journal and Constitution, September 21, 2003

Kramer, Hilton. Greatest Generation? Not By a Long Shot, But Interesting Show, review, New York, New York: The New York Observer, May 19, 2003

Helfenstein, Josef, and Jonathan Fineberg, editors. Drawings of Choice from a New York Collection, essay by Jordana E. Moore. Champaign, Illinois: Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2002

Sloan, Mark, editor. Cheryl Goldsleger, Improvisations, Essays by Ron Platt , Charleston, South Carolina: Halsey Gallery, College of Charleston, 2002

Artists of the Heath Gallery, 1965–1998. Essays by Gudmund Vigtel, John Howett, Laura C. Lieberman.  Atlanta, Georgia: Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, 2002.

Mattera, Joanne. The Art of Encaustic Painting: Contemporary Expression in the Ancient Medium of Pigmented Wax. New York, New York: Watson-Guptill Publications, 2001.

McDonough, Tom. Cheryl Goldsleger at Rosenberg+Kaufman, review, New York, New York: Art in America, February 2000

Paschal, Huston. Interiors. Raleigh, North Carolina: North Carolina Museum of Art, 2000.

Wei, Lilly. Cheryl Goldsleger: Points of Order, Points of View, catalog, New York, New York: Rosenberg + Kaufman Fine Art, 1999

Stavitsky, Gail, editor. Waxing Poetic: Encaustic Art in America during the Twentieth Century, catalog,  Essays by Gail Stavitsky, Ph.D., Danielle Rice and Richard Frumess.  Montclair,  New Jersey: Montclair Museum of Art, 1999

Cohen, Mark Daniel. Cheryl Goldsleger, New Work, review, New York, New York: Review, The Critical State of Art in New York, May 15, 1999

Affinities with Architecture. With an essay by Marya Rowland. Knoxville, Tennessee: Ewing Gallery of Art and Architecture, University of Tennessee, 1998.

Shaw, Karen, curator. A Walk in the Woods. East Islip, New York: Islip Art Museum, 1996.

9 Women in Georgia: An Exhibition of Contemporary Art. With an essay by Gudmund Vigtel. Washington, D.C.: Georgia Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts, 1996.

1995 New Orleans Triennial. With an essay by Dan Cameron. New Orleans, Louisiana: New Orleans Museum of Art, 1995.

Scotini, Marco. Cheryl Goldsleger: Disegni e Dipinti, catalog, Essay by Marco Scotini. Cortona, Italy: Palazzo Casali, 1993

Kuspit, Donald. Cheryl Goldsleger, Bertha Urdang Gallery, review. New York, New York:  Artforum, Volume XXXII, Number 3, November, 1993

Vigtel, Gudmund. 100 Years of Painting in Georgia. Atlanta, Georgia: Alston & Bird, 1992.

Mead, Diane. Passing through Space: An Interview with Cheryl Goldsleger, review, Atlanta, Georgia: Art Papers,Volume 15, Number 1, January/February, 1991

Vital Signs: An Exhibition of Art in and about Atlanta to Inaugurate the Opening of the New Nexus Gallery. With essays by Annette Cone-Skelton, Louise E. Shaw, and Edward S. Spriggs. Atlanta, Georgia: Nexus Contemporary Art Center, 1991.

Schulz-Hoffmann, Carla. Cheryl Goldsleger, catalog, Essay by Dr. Carla Schulz-Hoffmann, Curator, Staatsgalerie Moderner Kunst, Munich, New York, New York: Bertha Urdang Gallery, 1989

Decter, Joshua.  Cheryl Goldsleger, review, New York, New York: Arts, Volume 63, Number 8, April, 1989

41st Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting. With an essay by William A. Fagaly. Washington, D.C.: Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1989.

Jinkner-Lloyd, Amy. Goldsleger’s Works  Suggest a Wealth of Possibilities, review, Atlanta, Georgia: The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, January 29, 1989

City on a Hill: Twenty Years of Artists at Cortona. Athens, Georgia: Georgia Museum of Art, University of Georgia, 1989.

Southeast Seven 10: An Exhibition of the Seven SECCA/RJR Southeastern Artists Fellowship Recipients for 1986–87. With an essay by Jon Meyer. Winston-Salem, North Carolina: Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, 1987.

Knopf Rushin, Judy.  Southern Expressions: Cheryl Goldsleger, review. Atlanta, Georgia: Art Papers, Volume 10, Number 2, March/April, 1986

Drawing Invitational: An Exhibition from New York. Curated by Bertha Urdang. Paddington, New South Wales, Australia: Sydney College of Advanced Education, 1986. Exhibition at Ivan Dougherty Gallery, City Art Institute, Sydney, Australia.

A Sense of Place: Contemporary Southern Art. Essay by Eleanor Heartney. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Minneapolis College of Art and Design Gallery, 1986.

1986 New Orleans Triennial: The Centennial Exhibition. With an essay by Douglas G. Schultz. New Orleans, Louisiana: New Orleans Museum of Art, 1986.

Southern Comfort/Discomfort: An Invitational Exhibition of Twenty Southern Artists Who Have Never Before Shown at the Mint Museum. With an essay by Jon Meyer. Charlotte, North Carolina: Mint Museum, 1986.

Fox, Catherine.  Goldsleger Exhibit  A Study of Cultural Fragments, review, Atlanta, Georgia: The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, December 22, 1985

Kuspit, Donald. Cheryl Goldsleger at Bertha Urdang Gallery, review, New York, New York: Art in America, Volume 73, Number 3, March, 1985

Phillips, Patricia C. Cheryl Goldsleger at Bertha Urdang Gallery, review, New York, New York: Artforum,Volume XXIII, Number 5, January, 1985

Morrin, Peter. Cheryl Goldsleger Architectural Paintings and Drawings, interview, Atlanta, Georgia: The High Museum, 1985

Firestone, Evan. Cheryl Goldsleger, review, New York, New York: Arts, Volume 59, Number 3, November, 1984

Connections: Bridges/Ladders/Ramps/Staircases/Tunnels. With essays by Janet Kardon and Hal Foster. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, 1983.

Henry, Gerrit. Cheryl Goldsleger/Donald Shambroom: Bertha Urdang Gallery, review, New York, New York: Art News, Volume 81, Number 2, February, 1982

Lisbon International Show: International Exhibition of Drawings. Lisboa, Portugal: Direccao Geral de Accao Cultural, Secretaria de Estabo da Cultura, Ministerio da Cultura e Coordenacao Cientifica, 1981. Exhibition at Galeria Nacional de Arte Moderna in Lisbon, Portugal.

Links and information on the web

 

The NAS Project Exhibition at the National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC. February 4 – July 26, 2013

Published two prints: Convey and Gauge, VanDeb Editions, Long Island City, New York, summer 2000

Cheryl Goldsleger on Geoform: an online scholarly resource and curatorial project by Julie Karabenick

Cheryl Goldsleger, MOCA GA, Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia Collection

Cheryl Goldsleger, Traveling Exhibition, Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art: Archive