“Between Two Worlds: Zhen Guo’s Journey to Feminist Art”

The Journal of Asian Arts & Aesthetics, Vol. 8, 2022, pp. 41–57, published by the Tainan Art Museum & Ainosco Press, Taipei, Taiwan.

“A friend to artists, an inspiration to students, Alex Rosenberg lived a life of activism and reinvention”

The Forward, July 27, 2022 (memoir),

“Edward Hopper’s Loneliness”

Social Research: An International Quarterly, Johns Hopkins University Press, Volume 88, Number 3, Fall 2021, pp. 747-770. 10.1353/sor.2021.0038

“Zaya & Music: A Mongolian Painter, Melding Music From East and West”

The Journal of Asian Arts & Aesthetics, Vol. 7, 2021, pp. 21–34

“’Anglo-Saxon’: Nationalism and Race in the Promotion of Edward Hopper”

Panorama: Journal of the Association of Historians of American Art 7, no. 1 (Spring 2021),

Empowering the Rights of Women in India: Sajitha Shankhar’s Art

Switch on Paper, France, October 2, 2020.

South India to Germany: Sajitha Shankhar’s Engagement with European Art and Culture

The Journal of Asian Arts & Aesthetics, Taiwan, April 2020.

Artists’ Estates: When Trust is Betrayed

Ritsumeikan Social Sciences Review, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan, (translation of my essay from Gail Levin and Elaine A. King, eds. Ethics and the Visual Arts, New York, Allworth Press, 2006.), vol. 55, no. 1, June 2019, pp. 155-170.

Breakthrough: Krasner turns the tables

RA Royal Academy of the Arts Magazine, no. 143, London, Summer 2019, p. 24.

Getting to Know Lee Krasner

Apollo, London, April 23, 2019.

Edward Hopper, Literature, and Landscape

Ritsumeikan Studies in Language and Culture, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan, vol. 29, no. 4, March 2018, pp. 127-143.

Mapping Edward Hopper: Jo Hopper as an Artist and as her Husband’s Cartographer

special issue, “Cartographic Styles and Discourse” of The Artl@s Bulletin, an international transdisciplinary journal devoted to spatial and transnational questions in the history of the arts, 2018.

From Georgia Peach to Art Historian: Reflections on a Southern Jewish Childhood

Southern Cultures, Published in Chapel Hill, NC by UNC Press with the Center for the Study of the American South, vol. 25, summer 2018, 125-136.

Gail Levin, Peach Girl, 2015, collage on paper, collection unknown: stolen; reward offered for its safe return.


Jewish Children Singing Dixie: The Toll of the Confederate Monuments as Seen by a Jew, a Native Southerner, and an Art Historian

Jewish Historical Studies, Transactions of the Jewish Historical Society of England, vol. 49, London, January 2018, 1-11.

Sajitha R. Shankhar: An Indian Artist’s Journey

in The Nomadic Journal, November 22, 2017, Parts I & II, Los Angeles: CA.

Threading Jewish Identity: The Sara Stern in Sonia Delaunay

Journal of Modern Jewish Studies, volume 15, no. 1, 2016 in Special Issue: “Configuring and Contesting Jewish Identities in the Visual Field.”

Pousette-Dart’s Light

Essay and exhibition review, in East Hampton Star, September 22, 2016, C1.

Tracing an Erased Artist in Multiple Archives: Josephine Verstille Nivison Hopper

The Brooklyn Rail, October 5, 2015.

Lee Krasner and Ad Reinhardt: notes on a friendship

Brooklyn Rail, Special issue Ad Reinhardt Centennial 1913-2013, December 2013/January 2014, p. 65.

La Influencia de la Politica y del Arte Espanoles en La Pintura Expressionista Abstracta de Estados Unidos

Arte y Parte, no. 106, August-September 2013, pp. 22-37.

Jackson Pollock, Lee Krasner and a New Concept of Nature

Ritsumeikan Studies in Language and Culture, vol. 24, no. 3, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan, 2013.

Visual Culture and the Beginnings of the Environmental Movement in the United States

Journal of Jiangsu University (Social Science Edition, School of Foreign Languages, Shandong Polytechnic University, Jinan, China), September 2012, vol 14, no. 5.

Japanese Cultural Influence in America: the Boston-New York Exchange

SOURCE Notes in the History of Art Vol. XXXI No. 3 Spring 2012 pp. 11-22

Et Paris créa Hopper

in Edward Hopper au Grand Palais, Beaux Arts éditions, Paris, France, Autumn 2012, pp. 12-21.

Edward Hopper and l’Influence de Paris

Beaux Arts, Paris, France, October 2012, pp. 73-79.


MADRID, SPAIN, NO. 99, SUMMER 2012, PP. 13-25.

The Extraordinary Interventions of Alfonso Ossorio, Patron and Collector of Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner, & “Alfonso Ossorio and Zen”

in Archives of American Art Journal, vol. 50, nos. 1-2, Spring 2011, pp. 4-19.

Archives of American Art Journal, Vol. 50 Nos. 1-2: The Collecto

Art World Power and Women’s Incognito Work: The Cases of Edward and Jo Hopper and other Artist Couples

Journal of the Faculty of Letters, vol. 54, Okayama University, Japan, December 2010 pp. 147-171 (expanded version of that published in Museums and Gender.)

Reflections on an Exhibition in Nagoya: Contemporary American Artists and Environmental Concerns

in The Journal of Asian Arts & Aesthetics, vol. 4, 2010, pp. 51-65.

Researching at the Archives of American Art

in Archives of American Art Journal, Smithsonian Institution, vol. 49, nos. 1-2, spring 2010, p. 28.

50 Years - Archives of American Art - 2005 Cover

Chi ha paura di Judy Chicago

in Le Voci della Luna, Bologna, Italy, March 2009, no. 43, pp. 12-15.

Censorship, Politics and Sexual Imagery in the Work of Jewish-American Feminist Artists

Nashim: A Journal of Jewish Women’s Studies & Gender Issues, Indiana University Press;  Number 14, Fall 5768/2007, pp. 63-96.

Beyond the Pale: Lee Krasner and Jewish Identity

Woman’s Art Journal, published by Rutgers University, Fall 2007, vol. 28, no. 2, pp. 28-34.

Art Meets Politics: How Judy Chicago’s Dinner Party Came to Brooklyn

Dissent, published by the Foundation For the Study of Independent Social Ideas, Inc., New York, NY, Spring 2007, 87-92; reprinted autumn 2007 in Rain and Thunder: A Radical Feminist Journal of Discussion and Activism, published by the Rain and Thunder Collective, Northampton, Massachusetts, issue #36, pp. 33-36.

A Scholar’s Perspective: The Edward Hopper Catalogue Raisonné

in Catalogues Raisonnés and the Authentication Process—Where the Ivory Tower Meets the Marketplace: IFAR Journal, The International Foundation for Art Research, New York, special double issue, Volume 8, Nos. 3 & 4, Fall 2006, pp. 117-121.

Beyond the Pale: Jewish Identity, Radical Politics, and Feminist Art in the United States

Modern Jewish Studies, vol. 1, # 2, July 2005, pp. 205-232.

Janet Sobel: Primitivist, Surrealist, and Abstract Expressionist

Woman’s Art Journal, vol. 26, no. 1, May 2005, pp. 8-14.

Between Two Worlds: Folk Culture, Identity, and the American Art of Yasuo Kuniyoshi

Archives of American Art Journal, vol. 43, nos. 3-4, 2003 (October 2004), pp. 2-17.

Problems in Dating: Putting the Catalogue Raisonné in Order

CRSA Forum The Newsletter of the Catalogue Raisonné Scholars Association, Autumn 2004, no. 15, pp. 1 and 5-9


American Women Artists, Art Dealers, and Museum Personnel: Feminists or Self-Involved Careerists?

Art Research, vol. 4, March 2004, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan, pp. 5-22.

Biography and the Visual Arts: The Problematic Interface of Images and Life

Biography and Source Studies, vol. 8, 2004, pp. 121-137.

Learning to Appreciate Judy Chicago

Women in the Arts, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C., Fall 2002, vol. XX, No. 2, pp. 12-17.

Learning to Appreciate Judy Chicago -Women in the Arts Fall 2002 Cover

Learning about the Self through Biography

in  Biography and Source Studies, vol. 7, 2002, pp. 1-16.

Being American: Folk Origins of Appalachian Spring

in Aaron Copland: Letter from Copland House, Cortland Manor, New York, spring 2001, vol. IV, no. 1, p. 3.

Aaron Copland Letter From Home - Being American Spring 2001 Cover



Visualizing Modernity and Tradition in Copland’s America

in Institute for Studies in American Music Newsletter, vol. XXX, no.1, fall 2000, pp. 6-7 and 15.

“Treasure and Trouble – The Role of Gender in the Reception of New Archival Sources 2000”

Biography and Source Studies, vol. 5, AMS Press, Inc., 2000, pp. 1-16.

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The Painterly Vision of Derek Walcott and Donald Hinkson

in Latino (a) Research Review, vol. 4, no. 1-2, spring/winter 2000, pp. 46-48, (co-author with John B.Van Sickle).

Latino Research Review Cover

Elie Nadelman’s New Classicism

in Sculpture Review, Spring 1998, vol. XLVI, no. 4, pp. 9-11; revised version of 1997 monograph article; (co-author with John B. Van Sickle).

Edward Hopper’s Nighthawks, Surrealism, and the War

in Mary Reynolds and the Spirit of Surrealism, Museum Studies, vol. 22, Art Institute of Chicago, 1996, pp. 180-195.


Biography & Catalogue Raisonné: Edward Hopper in Two Genres

Biography and Source Studies, vol. 2, 1996.

 Biography and Source studies

Edward Hopper: Through the Biographer’s Lens

Art Times, 12, September 1995, pp. 12-13.

Changing Cultures: The Recent Immigration of Chinese Artists to the United States

Asian Art News, September-October 1994, pp. 70-73.

Photography’s `Appeal’ to Marsden Hartley

The Yale University Library Gazette, October 1993, pp. 12-42.

Marsden Hartley’s `Amerika’: Between Native American and German Folk Art

American Art Review, Winter 1993, pp. 122-125 & 170-172.

The Recent Immigration of Chinese Artists to the USA

Vytvarne Umeni The Magazine for Contemporary Art, Prague, 1992, pp. 103-107.

Reflections on Painting in Marsden Hartley’s Poem: `Lewiston is a Pleasant Place’

Provincetown Arts, summer 1992, pp. 97-98.

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The Response to Picasso’s Guernica in New York

Jong Holland (The Netherlands), vol. 7, 1991, pp. 2-11.

Immigrant Artists from China

Art Times, vol. 7, no. 9, May 1991, pp. 10-11.

Hopper’s Places

[excerpt from book], Monthly Art Magazine Bijutsu Techo [Japan], February 1989, pp. 60-62.

Edward Hopper and Contemporary Artists

Monthly Art Magazine Bijutsu Techo [Japan], February 1989, pp. 66-76. [expansion of article below].

Edward Hopper and Contemporary Artists

Art Times, 5, December 1988, pp. 1 & 4.



Byron Browne in the Context of Abstract Expressionism

Arts Magazine, June/summer 1985, pp. 129-133.

 Byron Browne

‘Primitivism’ in American Art: Some Literary Parallels of the 1910s and 1920s

Arts Magazine, November 1984, pp. 101-105.


The Office Image in the Visual Arts

Arts Magazine, September 1984, pp. 98-103.

The Office Image

In the Footsteps of Edward Hopper

Geo, February 1983, pp. 36-45; republished as “Edward Hopper’s Selective Vision of Reality,” Span, New Dehli, India, pp. 40-43.

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Miró, Kandinsky, et la genÈse de expressionisme abstrait

Artistes, vol. 12, Paris, August-September 1982, pp. 16-27.

Konrad Cramer: Link from the German to the American Avant-garde

Arts Magazine, February 1982 (re-publication), pp. 145-149.

Symbol and Reality in Edward Hopper’s `Room in New York’

Arts Magazine, January 1982, pp. 148-153.

Room in NY

Thomas Hart Benton, Synchromism, and Abstract Art

Arts Magazine, December 1981, pp. 144-148.

Thomas Hart Benson

Editor’s Statement and Panel Moderated, Edward Hopper Symposium at the Whitney Museum of American Art

Art Journal, Summer 1981, pp. 115-117.

Edward Hopper’s `Nighthawks’

Arts Magazine, May 1981, pp.154-161.


Hopper’s America

Monthly Art Magazine Bijutsu Techo, March 1981 (Japanese), pp. 162-186.

Edward Hopper’s Process of Self-Analysis

Art News, October 1980, pp. 144-147.

Edward Hopper: The Influence of Theater and Film

Arts Magazine, October 1980, pp. 123-27

Influence of Theater and Film

Hopper, un gigante del realismo americano: l’america e sola al mondo

BolaffiArte, October 1980, pp. 42-48.

Edward Hopper: The Artist

Museum Magazine, September-October 1980, pp. 66-67.

Edward Hopper’s Evening

The Connoisseur, September 1980, pp. 56-63.

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Josephine Verstille Nivison Hopper

Woman’s Art Journal, Spring/ Summer 1980, pp. 28-32.



Richard Pousette-Dart’s Emergence as an Abstract Expressionist

Arts Magazine, March 1980, pp. 125-129.

Richard Pousette Dart

Edward Hopper and the Whitney

Horizon, September 1980.

Edward Hopper: The Art and the Artist

USA Today, November 1980, pp. 32-38 (republication).

Blaise Cendrars and Morgan Russell: Chronicle of a Friendship

Dada and Surrealism, 1979, pp. 5-19.

Wassily Kandinsky and the American Literary Avant-Garde

Criticism: a Quarterly for Literature and the Arts, Fall 1979, pp. 347-361.

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Hopper’s Etchings: Some of the Finest Examples of American Printmaking

Art News, September 1979, pp. 90-93.


ARTS MAGAZINE, JUNE 1979, PP. 114-21.

Patrick Henry Bruce and Arthur Burdett Frost, Jr.: From the Henri Class to the Avant-Garde

Arts Magazine, April 1979, pp. 102-106.

Patrick Henry Bruce

Synchromism: The State of Scholarship: Past, Present, and Future

Arts Magazine, September 1978,” pp. 131-135.

Andrew Dasburg: Recollections of the Avant-Garde

Arts Magazine, April 1978, pp. 126-130.

Andrew Dasburg

James Daugherty: Early Modernist and Simultaneist

The Whitney Review, 1976-77, 1978, pp. 24-27.

Edward Hopper’s `Office at Night’

Arts Magazine, January 1978, pp. 134-137.

Office at Night

Marsden Hartley, Kandinsky, and Der Blaue Reiter

Arts Magazine, November 1977, pp. 156-160.

Marsden Hartley

Morgan Russell’s `Synchromy in Orange: To Form’

Gallery Studies, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, October 1977, pp. 4-10.

Gallery Studies 1 Cover copy

The Tradition of the Heroic Figure in Synchromist Abstraction

Arts Magazine, June 1977, pp. 138-142.

Morgan Russell’s Notebooks: An American Avant-Garde Painter in Paris

RACAR Canadian Art Review, vol.3, no. 3, 1976, pp. 73-87.

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