BIOGRAPHY

Katharine Kuharic was born in 1962 in South Bend, IN. She completed her BF A in Painting and Drawing at Carnegie Mellon University in 1984, and then moved to New York City where she studied with Louise Bourgeois and Robert Storr at the School of Visual Arts.

Her contemporary allegorical paintings are filled with thousands of details, multiple figures, and complex technique beginning with multi-layered drawings held together with tape and glue. The drawings are meticulously hand-transferred and rendered tonally before the discrete layers of color are applied.

Sexual desire, social and political mores preoccupied her work in the 90’s. The paintings were populated by death heads, flayed flesh, tableaus and timelines of her sexual partners. The paintings were self-portraits in the deepest sense-like life, laddered with cultural and physical experience.

In the 2000’s Katharine Kuharic was drawn to “unsolicited images” and her paintings were responsive to overabundance in American life-fast food, and inflated and collapsing real estate and financial markets. The attendant sources were stickers, diner placemats, frozen dinner boxes, pizza labels, and discarded posters. After a decade of using found images, a middle-aged reservoir of despair compelled her to make paintings concerned with comfort, love, and death. These works were primarily based on observation and imagination. “The Nipple I Never Knew,” ” Scar Tissue of Lies,” and~Alphabet of Despair,” as well as small canvases based on the flora collected and drawn from life at her grave site comprise her next exhibition at P.P.O.W. Gallery.

Katharine’s work has been exhibited in numerous group shows in the U.S. and abroad including Paris, Rome, Tokyo, Stockholm, London, and Amsterdam. She has had fourteen solo exhibitions, including seven at P.P.O.W. Gallery in New York, which represents her work. Most recently, her work has been exhibited in several museum shows: “Homestyle: A Survey of Works on Paper” at the South Bend Regional Museum in South Bend, IN, “Low Road” at the Delaware Center for Contemporary Art Museum in Wilmington, DE, “The World Brought Low,” a project at the Contemporary Art Museum in St. Louis, MO, “Super Bowl Sunday” at the St. Louis A11 Museum in St. Louis, MO, and “The Female Gaze – Women Artists Making Their World” at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia, PA.

Katharine Kuharic’s work has been reviewed in Terna Celeste magazine, the Village Voice, the New York Times, the St. Louis Post Dispatch, and Time Out magazine. Articles on her work have appeared in Out magazine, Parkett magazine, and Arts magazine. Her work was a featured project for Bomb magazine. Her work has appeared on the cover of Jane DeLynn’s novel leash. Her book One Leaf Fell (illustrated by her alter ego, Minerva Mcintyre) was published by Stewart, Tabori, and Chang, and used as advertisements, billboards, and posters for the UCLA Gendered Transnationalism Conference in Los Angeles, CA.

Katharine Kuharic has received grants from Vogelstein Foundation, the Penny McCall Foundation, Art Matters, and the New York Foundation for the Arts. She was named the Milton and Sally Avery Fellow for 2003 and 2004 at the MacDowell Colony in Peterborough, NH, and a Rockefeller Fellow at the Rockefeller Foundation Study and Conference Center in Bellagio, Lake Como, Italy.

Professor Kuharic holds the Kevin Kennedy Chair at Hamilton College in Clinton, NY. She has taught at Yale University School of Art, Yale, Norfolk, The New School, and the School of Visual Arts, and was Associate Professor and Coordinator of Painting at Washington University in St. Louis, MO. She has served on a number of panels and has lectured extensively at universities and museums: the Brooklyn Museum of Art, the St. Louis Museum of Art, Yale University, Columbia University, NYU, the Core Program at the Glassell School of Arts, the Hartford School of Arts, Otis, and the University of Notre Dame.

Katharine Kuharic is known as a demanding, insightful teacher and has been awarded with the Dean’s Scholarly Achievement Aware and the The Class of 1962 Excellence in Teaching Award at Hamilton College. 

 

UPCOMING SHOWS

2016 “The  Conferrence of Birds, A New Exhibit” opens MAY 18 in Shirley Fiterman Art Center

2016  “Small Scale” Philip Slein Gallery, St.Louis, MO

2016  “Tight Ass Drawings “curated by Brett Reichman at CB1 Gallery , Los Angeles , CA

2016  “The Nipple I Never Knew”  at PPOW Gallery

 

 

ESSAYS

The “Unsolicited Images” of Katharine Kuharic  by Gordon Dearborn Wilkins

Nerve Endings by Keith Recker

Payback of Painting Can be a Beautiful Thing by Terry R. Myers

Hyperbolic Realism by David Humphrey

 

 

NEWS & ARTICLES

Highlights from the Armory Show 2015  by Whitewall Magazine

13 Artists You Should Fall In Love With This Spring by Huffington Post

 

 

C.V. | RESUME

Born in South Bend, IN 1962

EDUCATION

1985 School of Visual Arts, New York, NY
1984 Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2015 Gone to Ground, Art Residency Festival, Residency 10, Gyeonggi Creation Center, Gunsun, South Korea

Masque of Mercy, Philip Slein Gallery, St. Louis, MO

2012 “As American As”: project in conjunction with P.P.O. W. Gallery to fund my own SuperPac which resulted in the creation and sale of twenty works of art.  Attendance at two senate swearing in ceremonies in Washington, DC.

2012 Working in the Lou, Bruno David Gallery, St. Louis, MO

2011 Pound of Flesh, P·P·O·W, New York, NY

2008 Unsolicited, McCarthy Gallery, St. Michael’s College, Colchester VT

2007 Winner Takes All, Solway Jones Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Homestyle: A Survey of Works on Paper, South Bend Regional Museum of Art,  South Bend, IN

2006 The Low Road, Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, Wilmington, DE

2005 The World Brought Low, St. Louis MO, Contemporary Museum, St. Louis, MO

2004 Throb, P·P·O·W, New York, NY

2000 P·P·O·W, New York, NY

1997 Show Quality Bitches, P·P·O·W, New York, NY

1994 P·P·O·W, New York, NY

1993 Amy Lipton Gallery, New York, NY

1991 Berland Hall Gallery, New York, NY

1990 Bess Cutler Gallery, New York, NY

1989 Elizabeth McDonald Gallery, New York, NY

1988 Ernst Alexander Gallery, Washington, DC

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2015 Save our Soul, Gyeonggi Museum of Art, Ansan, South Korea Open Studios, Gyeeongi Creation Center, Daebudo Island, South Korea

The Armory Show, P·P·O·W, New York, NY Higher Educa

P.P.O.W. Gallery Armory Exhibition, New York, NY

“Higher Education” curated by Danielle Tegeder, Lehmann College, Bronx, NY; Hamilton College, Clinton, NY

 2014 Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA curated by Robert Cozzolino: George Tooker, Katharine Kuharic, Peter Blume and Gregory Gillespie

Lesbian Herstory Archive Benefit Auction, Alexander Grey Gallery, NY, NY

2013 “Consumed: Nourishment and Indulgence,” curated by Jacqueline Nathan, Willard Wakelman

Museum, Bowling Green Sate, Bowling Green, OH

Texas Contemporary, International Art Fair, P.P.O.W. Gallery, Houston, TX

Gala Benefit, Contemporary Art Museum of Houston, Houston, TX

Trends in Contemporary Drawing, Curated by Sylvia deSwaan, Kirkland Art Center, Clinton, NY

Lesbian Herstory Archive Benefit Auction, Alexander Grey Gallery, NY, NY

Hamilton College Faculty Exhibition, Wellin Museum of Art, Clinton, NY

 2012 Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts – The Female Gaze: Women Artists Making their World.

Permanent Collection, Linda Lee Alter, Philadelphia, PA

 2011  International Art Conference, Ford Foundation, New York, NY

Collaborative Drawings of Katharine Kuharic, Jamie Adams, Zolla Lieberman, Chicago, IL

Cinematic Bodies, Zolla-Lieberman Gallery, Chicago, IL

Paris Dream, Collaborative Drawings of Katharine Kuharic, Jamie Adams and Tony Fisher, Philip Slein Gallery, St. Louis, MO

2010 Sacred and Profane, Portsmouth Museum of Fine Art, Portsmouth, NH

2009 Neo Rococo Show, Shore Institute of the Contemporary Arts, Long Branch, NJ

Private (Dis)play, New York Academy of Art, New York, NY

Private (Dis)play, Emerson Gallery,Hamilton College, Clinton, NY

Private (Dis)play, COCA, St. Louis, Missouri

2008 Ultra-Concentrated Joy – Ecstatic Drawings by Contemporary Artists Pier Consagra, Amy Cutler, Katharine Kuharic, Judith Schaechter, & Scott Teplin, curated by Catherine Howe, New York Academy of Art, New York, NY
Privates (Dis)Play: Contemporary Drawings by Jamie Adams, Vincent Desiderio, Julie       Heffernan, Katharine Kuharic & Kurt Kauper, COCA St. Louis, MO
Reciprocity, Faculty Student Exhibition, Emerson Gallery Hamilton Gallery, Clinton, NJ
Out of the Dust: Works by Katharine Kuharic, Cindy Tower, Sarah Paulsen, Locust Street Gallery, St. Louis, MO

2007 The Story Goes, McKenzie Fine Art, New York, NY

Art Chicago Contemporary Art Fair, P·P·O·W, Chicago, IL

Homestyle: A Survey of Works on Paper South Bend Regional Museum, South Bend, IN          

2006 PULSE Contemporary Art Fair, P·P·O·W, Miami, FL

American Eden, Jenkins Johnson Gallery, New York, NY

Outland: Leslie Kneisel, Katharine Kuharic, Alexis Rockman and Jim Wainscott,  Solway Jones, Los Angeles, CA

100% Centennial, Carnegie Mellon University, Regina-Gouger Miller Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA

2005 Bruno David Gallery, St. Louis, MO

2004 Credit Suisse, First Boston, New York, NY

21, P.P.O.W, New York, NY

Democratic Victory 2004, Benefit auction, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY

Benefit Auction, Art in General, New York, NY

Faculty Show, Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO

Women Only, Eliot Smith Contemporary, St. Louis, MO

Painting Since 1990, The Sheldon, St. Louis, MO

2003 Schmidt’s Picks, Philip Slein Gallery, St. Louis, MO

Philip Slein Gallery, St. Louis, MO

Take Home a Nude, Benefit Auction, New York Academy, New York, NY

2002 SVA Commemorates 9/11 (Faculty show), Art and Observance, School of  Visual Arts Museum, NY

Social Landscape, P·P·O·W, New York, NY

Benefit Silent Auction and Gala, White Columns, New York, NY

Bitch School, Longwood Arts Project, P.S.39, Bronx, NY

2001 I Love NY Benefit, P·P·O·W, New York, NY

Instructors Show, Cooper Union, New York, NY

2000 Wine, Women & Wheels, White Columns, New York, NY

nude + narrative, P·P·O·W, New York, NY

The New Museum of Contemporary Art Benefit Show, New York, NY

Wishful Thinking, James Graham & Sons, New York, NY

White Columns Benefit Auction, New York, NY

Take Home a Nude, Benefit Auction, New York Academy, New York, NY

Elbowroom, Shelia Pepe, Julia Kunin, Marilyn Minter, Tredje Sparet, Stockholm, Sweden

Peep Show, Luise Ross Gallery, New York, NY

some WOMEN/PRETTY girls, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL

Drawings, James Graham and Sons, New York, NY.

1996 Annual Summer Watercolor Exhibition, New York, NY

Screen Memories, K & E Gallery, New York, NY

Anima Munda, James Graham & Sons, New York, NY

White Columns Benefit Exhibition, White Columns, New York, NY

1995 Bodies Terrestrial, curated by Christopher Sweet, Zoller Gallery, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA

On the Brink 1900-2000:  The Turning of Two Centuries, Galerie St. Etienne, New York, NY

1994 The Obscure Object of Desire, exhibition and panel discussion curated and moderated by Dan Cameron, organized by Marilla Palmer, Four Walls, Brooklyn, NY

Page 5, 450 Broadway, New York, NY

White Columns Benefit Exhibition, White Columns, New York, NY

Fallen Idylls: American Figurative Painting, Art Miami ‘94, Miami, FL.  Travelling to Martin County Center for the Arts, Stuart, FL

1993 Cadavre Exquis, The Drawing Center, New York, NY

Littlejohn-Sternau Gallery, New York, NY

Tom Cugliani Gallery, New York, NY

The New Museum of Contemporary Art Benefit Show, New York, NY

The Anti-Masculine, Kim Light Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

1992 Fall, Amy Lipton Gallery, New York, NY

Shapeshifters, Amy Lipton Gallery, New York, NY

Nature Fabrilis, Steibel Modern Gallery, New York, NY

White Columns Benefit Show, New York, NY

1991-92 FIAR Inc. The Fiar International Prize, Milan, Italy; Rome, Italy; Paris, France; London, England; New York, NY; Los Angeles, CA (catalogue)

1991 New Generations, New York, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA (catalogue)

Drawing Time, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Staten Island, NY (catalogue)

Humor, Satire and Irony: Definitions and Discoveries, Krasdale Food Corp., Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx, NY

Menagerie, General Electric, curated by the Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

Dumb Animal, White Columns, NY

Althea Viafora, New York, NY

White Columns Benefit Show, New York, NY

1989 Bess Cutler Gallery, New York, NY

Small and Stellar, Ruth Siegel Gallery, New York, NY

Surrealismo, Mendelson Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA

Vulgar Realism, Hallwalls Gallery, Buffalo, NY

Soho Center for Visual Artists, New York, NY

1988 Ten Painters, White Columns, New York, NY

1986 Retroactive, Hallwalls Gallery, Buffalo, NY (catalogue)

Gallery Show, Exit Art, New York, NY

1984 Wet Paint, Forbes Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA

Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh, PA

1983 Prospective Artists, Pittsburgh Plan for Art, Pittsburgh, PA

25 Under 25, Southern Alleghanies Museum of Art, Johnstown, P

 

GRANTS AND AWARDS

2005 Rockefeller Fellow, Rockefeller Foundation, Study and Conference Center, Bellagio, Lake Como, Italy

Project Space Grant, Contemporary Museum, Saint Louis, MO

2004 Kenneth and Nancy Kranzberg Foundation, St. Louis, MO

Milton and Sally Avery Fellow, MacDowell Colony, Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation

2003 Milton and Sally Avery Fellow, MacDowell Colony, Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation

2002 NY Arts Recovery Fund, Grant Awards – NY Foundation for the Arts

College Art Association, Fellowship grant

1999 Penny McCall Foundation

1991 FIAR International Prize

1990 Art Matters, Incorporated

1988 Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation

1983 Ellis Award, Carnegie Mellon University

RESIDENCIES

2015 Gyeonggi Creation Center, Artist Residency, Gunsun, South Korea

2005 Rockefeller Foundation Study and Conference Center, Bellagio, Lake Como, Italy

2003 MacDowell Colony, Artist Residency, Peterborough, NH

PUBLISHED WORKS AND ILLUSTRATIONS

2012      Essay, “Yellow” International Color Issue, Hand/Eye Magazine

2006      Catalogue Essay, Joan Hall, Bruno David Gallery, St. Louis, MO

2005      UCLA Gendered Transnationalism Conference (posters, billboards and bus advertisements)

2002      Jane DeLynn. Cover, Leash. Semiotexte, MIT PRESS.

1992      Book illustrated by Katharine Kuharic. One Leaf Fell, Stewart Tabori and Chang.
Project Pages, Bomb magazine


UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2011                   Kevin Kennedy Professor, Hamilton College, Clinton, NJ

2007                  Kevin Kennedy Associate Professor, Hamilton College, Clinton, NJ

2007                  Critic and artist in Residence, Yale University School of Art, Norfolk, CT

2006                  Coordinator, Painting Department, Associate Professor of Painting, Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO

2004 – 2006    Coordinator, Painting Department, Assistant Professor of Painting, Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO

2004 – 2005    Visiting Assistant Professor of Painting, Yale University School of Art, New Haven, CT

2004                  Assistant Professor of Painting, Washington University in St. Louis, MO

2002 – 2004     Lecturer in Painting, Washington University in St. Louis, MO

2000 – 2002     Instructor, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY

1993 – 1999     Graduate Thesis Advisor, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY

1998 – 2002    Adjunct Professor, The New School, New York, NY

1995 – 1997     Adjunct Professor, Parsons School of Design, New York, NY

 

EXTERNAL REVIEWER

2016 Lewis and Clark College, Portland , Oregon

2014 Art Program Review, Weslyan University, Hartford, CT

ACADEMIC AWARDS

2012 The Dean’s Scholarly Achievement Award for a Notable Year, Hamilton College, Clinton, NY

2008 The Class of 1962 Teaching Award, Hamilton College, Clinton, NY

VISITING ARTISTS & LECTURER

San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA

Brookhaven College, Dallas, TX
Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, IL
Yale University School of Art, Yale Norfolk, Artist in Residence, Critic, Norfolk, CT

Indiana University, Bloomington, IN

Art Center, Pasadena, CA

Ethical Society, St. Louis, MO

University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN

Queens College, New York, NY

Rockefeller Foundation Study and Conference Center, Bellagio, Lake Como, Italy

Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL

Yale University, New Haven, CT

Saint Louis Art Museum, Saint Louis, MO

Columbia University, New York, NY

Washington University in Saint Louis, Saint Louis, MO

Glassel School of Art, Houston, TX

Idaho State University, Pocatello, ID

Hartford School of Art, University of Hartford, West Hartford, CT

New York University, New York, NY

New York Academy of Art, New York, NY

Otis School of Art, Los Angeles, CA

School of Visual Arts, New York, NY

Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY

University of Missouri in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO

Contemporary Museum, St. Louis, MO

PANELIST

Kennedy Center for Theatre and The Studio Arts, Hamilton College, Clinton, NY “Higher Education,”

   Contemporary Painting Panel with Danielle Tegeder and Carl Ostendarp

Kirkland Art Center, Trends in Contemporary Drawing panel, moderated by Sylvia deSwaan, Clinton, NY

BRIO (Bronx Rewards Its Own) Council on the Arts Award, Bronx, NY

Four Walls, Brooklyn, NY

Snug Harbor, Staten Island, NY

Kennedy Center for Theatre and The Studio Arts, Hamilton College, Clinton, NY “A Place for Art,” moderated by Tracy Adler and Mary Schmidt Campbell

COMMITTEES AND BOARDS

Art in General, Venice Biennale Committee, Latvian Pavillion, Venice Italy & NY, NY

NOMINATIONS

American Academy of Arts and Letters Award

Joan Mitchell Award

Joan Mitchell Award

Louis Comfort Tiffany Award

Louis Comfort Tiffany Award

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

2015  Gone to Ground” catalogue essay by Yune Choi 

Art Residency Festival 

“Save our Soul” catalogue essay by Minji Kan , Gyeeongi Museum of Art

“13 Artists You should fall in love with this spring” ,March 12,2015 

Katherine Brooks 

Huffington Post    

Riverfront Times , review and full page reproduction of exhibition “Masque of Mercy” ,Philip Slein Gallery , St Louis , Mo 

Jessica Baran 

2013 Nathan, Jacqueline, Essay, catalogue.  “Consumed: Nourishment and Indulgence,” Willard Wakelman Museum, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH

deSwaan, Sylvia, Essay, Trends in Contemporary Drawing Exhibition, Kirkland Art Center, Clinton, NY

Wilkins, Gordon Dearborn, Essay, Faculty Exhibition, Wellin Museum of Art, Clinton, NY

2012 Meyers, Terry, “The Payback of a Painting can be a Beautiful Thing” Essay for Pound of Flesh Exhibition Catalogue, P.P.O.W. Gallery, NY, NY

Review of “Pound of Flesh,” P.P.O.W. Gallery,Time Out New York

2011 Hand/Eye Magazine, Edition 06, October 2011, Global Color

Russell, Christopher, Studio Visit- New York, Interview, Artillery magazine, Issue Number 5, May June

2007 Gillespie, Evan, Harsh and Amiable, review of Homestyle: A Survey of Work on Paper by Katharine Kuharic, South Bend Tribune, April 1, 2007.
Moran, Laura,
Upcoming Art Events-Homestyle Arts Everywhere Magazine, Spring 2007
(reproduction).
Frackiewicz, Dorota,
Dzikie Wisne Kultura Popularna W Tworczosci Katharine Kuharic, Wild Cherries. Popular Culture in the Art of, Katharine Kuharic, (multiple reproductions), article in Polish from the journal Sztukaifilozofia, Uniwersytet Warszawski Instytut Filozogii.
Bonetti, David,
Technology takes the personal out of personal Expression, St Louis Post – Dispatch, April 22, 2007, (reproduction)

2005 Bonetti, David, review of Bruno David exhibition, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Nov 8, 2005.

Dischinger, Mark, Superfantastic Four, review of Contemporary Art Museum exhibition, Riverfront Times, March 16-22, 2005. pg. 29.

On the Road: Art Museums, Kansas City Star, May 26, 2005.

SH Magazine, June 2005.

Bonetti, David, review of The World Brought Low, St. Louis Post-Dispatch. April 3, 2005.

(http://www.stltoday.com/stltoday/entertainment/reviews.nsf/art/story/FAE41F381B36841C86256FD700053AAC?OpenDocument)

Cox, Joshua, A Look At New Art, Playback Magazine, Philip Slein Gallery, St. Louis, MO.

Clark, Robin, Museum Magazine, April 3, 2005. St. Louis Art Museum, MO.

Bonetti, David. Lecture at the St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

2004 Levin, Kim, review of THROB, The Village Voice, June 9-15, 2004. pg. 85.

THROB, full color catalogue, contains essays by David Humphrey and Keith Recker, and an excerpt from the novel Leash (Semiotext/MIT Press 2002) by Jane DeLynn, P·P·O·W.

Bonetti, David, review of Women Only at Eliot Smith Contemporary. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, May 9, 2004.

2003 Bonetti, David. Slein Gallery Show is Heavy with Allegorical Paintings. St. Louis

Post-Dispatch, Nov. 2, 2003. pg. C8 (reproduction)

Bonetti, David. Schmidt’s Picks: A New Look at Contemporary Art in St. Louis Since 1990. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Dec 7, 2003. pg B10

Zapf, Rudy. Kuharic’s Super-Clear Tilt. Playback. December 2003. pg 23, 29 (reproductions)

2001 Artsy Magazine, review with images reproduced.

2000 Village Voice, Kim Levin, review Wine, Women and Wheels

1999 Parkette Magazine, interview with Andrea Rosen

1999 “L’ Arte conceptuale e un losco affare che ha succeso se umilia la pittura.” Tema             Celeste, October-December 1999, pg. 69

1998 Out, February 1998, pg.48, (reproduction).

Halle, Howard, Time Out, July 23, 1998. Issue 147.

Cotter, Holland, “Peep Show,” review, New York Times, July 10, 1998.

Faulds, Rod, “some WOMEN/PRETTY girls,” brochure, The Schmidt Center Gallery, Florida Atlantic University.

Arning, Bill. “Sexuality in Contested Space,” essay in brochure for “Elbowroom,” Tredje Sparet, Stockholm, Sweden.

Van der Heeg, Erik, “Elbowroom,” essay in brochure for “Elbowroom,” Tredje Sparet, Stockholm, Sweden.

“Elbowroom,” review, Afton Bladet, July 18, 1998. Stockholm, Sweden.

“Elbowroom,” review, QX, August 1998, Stockholm, Sweden

Hellberg, Susanna, “Stockholms Tip Set,” Dag DN, Stockholm, Sweden

1997 Arning, Bill, Review, Time Out, May 15 – 22, 1997. pg. 46 (reproduction).

1995 Goldberg, Vicki, “1890’s or 1900’s, the Visions Are of an Apocalypse Soon,” The New York Times, May 14, 1995. Section 2.

1994 Sweet, Christopher, “Fallen Idylls:  American Figurative Painting,” brochure with color reproduction, published by Art Miami 1994.

1992 Cameron, Dan.  FIAR International Prize 1991-93, catalogue essay.

Cotter, Holland.  “Nature Fabrilis,” The New York Times, July 3, 1992.

Bomb, Summer 1992. (illustrated)

Faust, Gretchen.  Review, Arts Magazine, April, 1992.

Levin, Kim and Elaine King.  “New Generations, New York,” catalogue essay, Carnegie Mellon, Pittsburgh, PA.

Georgia, Olivia.  Catalogue, “Drawing Time,” Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Staten Island, NY.

1988 Gilbard, Florence.  “Kuharic’s Theft,” Museum Arts Magazine, December 1988.

Sax, George.  “Bemused Alienations,” The Buffalo News, October 3, 1988.

1986 Howe, Catherine. “Retroactive,” catalogue essay, Hallwalls Gallery, Buffalo, NY.