Ron Nagle
Selected Bibliography



Books and Catalogues

2015
Hickey, Dave, David Pagel, and Joel Selvin. Nagle, Ron. Arlington, TX: Silvergate.

2014
Plotek, Ariel. Ron Nagle: Peripheral Cognition. San Diego: The San Diego Museum of Art.

2012
Mason, Brook S. Odd Ball. Brussels: Pierre Marie Giraud.

2010
Sleep Study. Paris: Lefebvre & Fils; Brussels: Pierre Marie Giraud.

2009
Electric Mud. Houston: Blaffner Gallery, The Art Museum of the University of Houston.

Porter, Jenelle, and Ingrid Schaffer. Dirt on Delight: Impulses That Form Clay.
Philadelphia: Institute for Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania.

Thomas, Elizabeth. Matrix/Berkeley: A Changing Exhibition of Contemporary Art. Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive.

2008
Vedrenne, Elisabeth. Ron Nagle. Brussels: Pierre Marie Giraud; Paris: Lefebvre & Fils.

2007
Fenton, Steve, and Jo Lauria. Craft in America: Celebrating Two Centuries of Artists and Objects. New York: Clarkson Potter.

Martin, Andrew. The Essential Guide to Mold Making and Slip Casting. New York: Lark Books.

2006
A Ceramics Legacy: The Stephanie Janssen and R. Michael Johns Collection. Tempe, AZ: Ceramics Research Center, Arizona State Art Museum.

Clark, Garth, ed. Ceramic Millennium: Critical Writings on Ceramic History, Theory,
and Art
. Nova Scotia, Canada: Nova Scotia College of Art and Design.

Jay DeFeo: No End, Botanicals. Santa Fe, NM: Dwight Hackett Projects.

Natsoulas, John. 30 Ceramic Sculptors. Davis, CA: John Natsoulas Press.

2005
Bell, Robert. Transformations: The Language of Craft. Canberra, Australia: National Gallery of Australia.

Cooper, Kim, and David Smay. Lost in the Grooves. London: Routledge.

2004
Anderson, Turner. Studio Practices, Techniques and Tips. Westerville, OH: American Ceramic Society.

Berkson, Bill. The Sweet Singer of Modernism and Other Art Writings 1985-2003. Jamestown, RI: Qua Books.

Clark, Garth. Shards. New York: Ceramic Arts Foundation.

2003
Bullis, Douglas. 100 Artists of the West Coast. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publications.

Mathieu, Paul. Sexpots: Eroticism in Ceramics. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University.

Peterson, Jon, and Susan Peterson. The Craft and Art of Clay. 4th ed. London: Laurence King Publishing.

2002
Aboud-Holzman, Leslie, and Mark Johnstone. Epicenter, San Francisco Bay Area Art
Now
. San Francisco: Chronicle Books.

Dietz, Ulysses Grant. Great Pots: Contemporary Ceramics, From Function to Fantasy. Madison, WI: Guild Publishing; Newark: The Newark Museum.

Ming, Bai. Oversea Contemporary Ceramic Art Classics. Nanchang, China: Huebi Fine Arts Publishing House.

Ramljak, Suzanne. Crafting a Legacy: Contemporary American Crafts in the
Philadelphia Museum of Art
. Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art; New
Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers.

2001
Del Vecchio, Mark. The Artful Teapot. London: Thames and Hudson.

Ron Nagle: Recent Work. New York: Garth Clark Gallery.

2000
Douglas, Mary F. Allan Chasanoff Ceramic Collection. Charlotte, NC: Mint Museum of Craft and Design.

Expanded Visions: Ceramic Art in the 1970’s-1980’s from the Collection of Daniel Jacobs and Derek Mason. Charlottesville, VA: Bayly Art Museum, University of Virginia.

Ferrin, Leslie. Teapots Transformed: Exploration of an Object. Madison, WI: Guild Publishing; Cincinnati: North Light Books.

Lauria, Jo. Color and Fire – Defining Moment in Studio Ceramics, 1950-2000. Los Angeles: Rizzoli International Publications.

Peterson, Susan. The Craft and Art of Clay. Third edition. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

1999
Burgard, Timothy Anglin. The Art of Craft: Contemporary Works from the Saxe
Collection
. San Francisco: Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco; Boston: Bullfinch
Press.

Clark, Garth, and Suzanne Foley. A Fire for Ceramics: Contemporary Art from the Daniel Jacobs and Derek Mason Collection. Richmond, VA: Hand Workshop Art Center.

Danto, Arthur and Janet Koplos. Choice from America: Modern American Ceramics. ‘s-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands: Museum of Contemporary Art.

Di Rosa, Rene. Loyal Color: The Di Rosa Collection of Contemporary California Art. San Francisco: Chronicle Books.

Kemp, Arnold J. Bay Area Now II. San Francisco: Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.

Peterson, Susan. Working with Clay: An Introduction. Upper Saddle, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Speight, Charlotte and John Toki. Hands in Clay. Mountainview, CA: Mayfield
Publishing.

1998
Adlin, Jane. Contemporary Ceramic Selections from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Gamblin, Noriko. The Visual Artist Awards. Pasadena, CA: Flintridge Foundation.

MATRIX – 1978-1988. Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Art Museum.

SOFA – 1998 N.Y.C. New York: 7th Regiment Armonry.

Toki, John. More Than Clay: The Toki Collection of Ceramics. Davis, CA: Pence Gallery; Richmond, CA: Richmond Art Center.

Tsujimoto, Karen. Transformation: The Art of Joan Brown. Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Art Museum.

Young, Richard. Patrick Siler: Around a Gas Station and Other Subjects. Boise, ID: Visual Arts Center, Boise State University.

Zhau, Guangzhen. American Ceramic Artists Today. Beijing: Peoples Fine Arts
Publishing House.

1997
Berkson, Bill. Homage to George Herriman. San Francisco: Campbell-Theibaud Gallery.

Bowker, R.R. Who’s Who in American Art, 1997-1998. New Providence, NJ: Marquis Who’s Who.

Celebrating American Craft: American Craft 1975-1995. Copenhagen: The Danish Museum of Decorative Art.

Oldknow, Tina. Richard Marquis: Objects. Seattle: University of Washington Press.

Speight, Charlotte, and John Toki. Make It in Clay: A Beginner’s Guide to Ceramics. Mountain View, CA: Mayfield Publishing.

1995
Fineberg, Jonathan. Art Since 1940. New York: H.N. Abrams.

1994
MacNaugton, Mary, and Kay Koenger and Martha Lynn. Revolution in Clay. Seattle: University of Washington Press; Claremont, CA: Ruth Chandler Williamson Scripps College.

Piepenburg, Robert. The Spirit of Clay. Farmington Hills, MI: Pebble Press.

Speight, Charlotte, and John Toki. Hands in Clay: Introduction to Ceramics. Mountain View, CA: Mayfield.

1993
Catalog from the Collection 1992. Shigaraki, Japan: Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park.

Chadwick, Dyana Curreri. Nine Decades: The Northern California Craft Movement, 1907 to the Present. Oakland, CA: California College of Arts and Crafts.

Mayfield, Signe. Incendiary Spirits. Palo Alto, CA: Palo Alto Cultural Center.

McTwigan, Michael. Ron Nagle: A Survey Exhibition 1958-1993. Oakland, CA: Mills College Art Gallery.

Speight, Charlotte F. Artists of Mission Clay. Richmond, CA: Richmond Art Center.

Tarogin, Cavira S. Contemporary Crafts and the Saxe Collection. Toledo, OH: Toledo Museum of Art.

1992
Peterson, Susan. The Craft and Art of Clay. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

1990
Clark, Garth and Barbara Perry. American Ceramics: The Collection of the Everson
Museum of Art
. Syracuse, NY: The Everson Museum of Art; New York: Rizolli.

Clark, Garth, and Tony Cunha. Book of Cups. New York: Abbeville Press.

1989
Johnston, Phillip. Kansas City Collects Contemporary Ceramics. Kansas City, MO: Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.

McTwigon, Michael. Surface and Form. Baltimore: The National Museum of Ceramic Art.

Palmer, Nancy and Kevin Mulloney. American Clay Artists. Philadelphia: Port of History Museum.

Perry, Barbara. American Ceramics Now. Syracuse, NY: Everson Museum of Art.

Who’s Who in American Art, 1989-90. New York; London: R.R. Bowker.

1988
Clark, Garth. American Ceramics, 1876 to the Present. New York: Abbeville Press.

Levin, Elaine. The History of American Ceramics, 1607 - Present. New York: Abrams.

Lunn, Margaret. Expression in Color: Ceramics. Summit, NJ: New Jersey Center for Visual Arts.

1987
Halper, Vicki. Clay Revisions. Seattle: Seattle Museum of Art.

Longhauser, Elsa. Bronze, Plaster and Polyester. Philadelphia: Goldie Paley Gallery, Moore College of Art.

Perry, Barbara. American Ceramics Now. Syracuse, NY: Everson Museum of Art.

1986
Clark, Garth, and Tobi Smith. Pacific Connections. Los Angeles: The Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art.

Clark, Garth, and Oliver Watson. American Potters Today. London: Victoria and Albert Museum.

Dormer, Peter. New Ceramics, Trends, and Traditions. London: Thames and Hudson.

Lucie-Smith, Edward, and Paul J. Smith. Craft Today: Poetry of the Physical. New York: American Craft Museum.

1985
Albright, Thomas. Art in the San Francisco Bay Area, 1945-1980. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Ceramics: An American Survey. Barcelona: Museu de Cerámica.

Clay. Dayton, OH: The Dayton Art Institute.

Holland, Katherine, and Henry T. Hopkins. The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art: The Painting and Sculpture Collection. San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

Schmidt, James. Surface, Function, Shape, Selections from the Earl Millard Collection. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University.

1984
Fridrich, Maria. A Passionate Vision, Contemporary Ceramics from the Daniel Jacobs Collection. Lincoln, MA: DeCordova Museum.

Newman, Jim, and Terry St. John. The Dilexi Years 1958-1970. Oakland, CA: Oakland Museum.

1983
Clark, Garth. Ceramic Echoes. Kansas City, MO: Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.

Diamonstein, Barbaralee. Handmade in America: Conversations with Fourteen
Craftsmasters
. New York: Abrams.

Foley, Suzanne, and Richard Marshall. Ceramic Sculpture: Six Artists. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art; Seattle: University of Washington Press.

On and Off the Wall. Oakland, CA: Oakland Museum.

Van Straaten, Evert, and Edy De Wilde. Who’s Afraid of American Pottery? Brussels: Paleis voor Schone Kunsten.

1982
Frankel, Dextra, and Katherina Plake. California Innovations. Fullerton, CA: California State University; Palm Springs, CA: Palm Springs Desert Museum.

Haulk, Tom. American Clay II. Baltimore: Meredith Contemporary Art.

Lagoria, Georgianna M., and Fred Martin. Northern California Art of the Sixties. Santa Clara, CA: University of Santa Clara.

Neubert, George. Twenty American Artists: Sculpture 1982. San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

1981
Bismanis, Maija, and David Gilhooly. Betty Asher’s Cups. Newport, CA: Newport Harbor Art Museum.

Clark, Garth. American Potters: The Work of Twenty Modern Masters. New York: Watson Guptill Publicaitons.

Dillingham, Rick. The Vessel. Dallas: Delahunty Gallery.

Marks, Graham, and Christopher Monkhouse. Clay. Providence, RI: Rhode Island School of Design.

Moser, Joan. Centering in Contemporary Clay: American Ceramics from the John Mannheimer Collection. Iowa City: University of Iowa Museum of Art.

Five California Clay Sculptors. Saskatoon, Canada: Mendel & Southern Alberta Art Galleries.

Wechsler, Susan. Low-Fire Ceramics: A New Direction in American Clay. New York: Watson Guptill Publications.

1980
Brody, Harvey. The Book of Low-Fire Ceramics. New York: Holt Rinehart Wintson.

Bismanis, Maija, and David Gilhooly. The Continental Clay Connection. Regina, Canada: Norman McKenzie Art Gallery, University of Saskatchewan.

Drutt, Helen. Robert L. Pfannebecker Collection. Philadelphia: Moore College of Art.

Mondale, Joan. The Vice President’s House. Washington, DC: Collection of the U.S. Vice President.

1979
Clark, Garth and Margie Hughton. A Century of Ceramics in the United States: 1878-1978. Syracuse, NY: Everson Museum of Art.

Cowart, Jack. Ron Nagle. Saint Louis: St. Louis Museum of Art.

De Wilde, E. West Coast Ceramics. Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum.

1978
Clark, Garth. Ceramic Art: Comment and Review 1882-1977. New York: E.P. Dutton.

Ron Nagle: Adaline Kent Award Exhibit. San Francisco: San Francisco Art Institute.

1977
Hobbs, Louise and John Minor Wisdom. Contemporary Ceramic Sculpture. Chapel Hill, NC: William Hayes Ackland Memorial Art Center.

Neubert, George. A Sense of Scale. Oakland, CA: Oakland Museum.

Overglaze Imagery. Fullerton, CA: California State University.

Smith, Robert. Foundations in Clay. Los Angeles: Institute of Contemporary Art.

1976
Kester, Bernard. American Crafts ’76 . Chicago: Museum of Contemporary Art.

1974
Bray, Hazel and George Neubert. California Ceramics and Glass. Oakland, CA: Oakland Museum.

La Liberte, Norma, and Alex Mogelon. Art in Boxes. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold.

Melchert, Jim, and Paul Soldner. Fred and Mary Marer Collection. Claremont, CA: Scripps College.

1973
Thinking, Touching, Drinking Cup. Tokyo: Sea of Japan Expo.

1972
Foley, Suzanne. A Decade of Ceramic Art: 1962-1972 from the Collection of Professor and Mrs. R. Joseph Monsen. San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Art.

1970
Monte, James. Teacups, Teapots, Gorillas, etc. Philadelphia: Moore College of Art.

Nordess, Lee. Objects: U.S.A. New York: Viking Press.

1968
Reed, Gervais. American Craftsmen’s Invitational Exhibition. Seattle: University of Washington.

1966
Coplans, John. Abstract Expressionist Ceramics. Irvine, CA: University of California, Irvine Art Gallery.


Selected Articles

2016
Frankel, David. "Ron Nagle." Artforum, January 2016, 240.

2015
Fox, Dan. "Ron Nagle." frieze, December 2015, 163.

Hirsch, Faye. "Ron Nagle," Art in America, December 2015, pp. 130-131.

Indrisek, Scott. "5 Must-See Gallery Shows in New York: Ron Nagle." Blouin Artinfo, September 21, 2015.

Michel, Karen. "Pottery Winner: An Artist's Dark, Funny Oeuvre Gets Major Show." NPR, October 24, 2015.

Nagle, Ron. "The Artists' Artists." Artforum, December 2015, 104.

"Ron Nagle." Art in America, September 17, 2015.

Russeth, Andrew. "Open Season: Ron Nagle Stuns." ARTnews, September 21, 2015.

Smith, Roberta. "Review: 'Ron Nagle: Five O'Clock Shadow,' Delicacy and Tension on a Small Scale." The New York Times, September 25, 2015.

Whitney, Kathleen. “San Diego: Ron Nagle – San Diego Museum of Art.” Sculpture Magazine, May.

2014
Chun, Kimberly. “’Color Shift’: Berkeley Show Brings Together Abstract Works Around Theme.” San Francisco Chronicle, June, 15.

Chute, James. “Ron Nagle’s Big Ideas.” The San Diego Union-Tribune, November.

Gamwell, Melissa. “Well Finagled.” PIN-UP, Fall/Winter, 48-50.

Griffin, Jonathan. “Small Is Beautiful.” The Art Newspaper, November.

Hernandez, Ricardo. “Inspirations.” Women’s Wear Daily, February, 5.

“In the Mood for Memphis Design, Inspiration for Fashion Design.” W Magazine, April, 136.

Knight, Christopher. “Three art shows in San Diego recall abstraction’s prominence.” Los Angeles Times, December 22.

Morgan, Susan. “Proenza Schouler + Ron Nagle.” W Magazine, December/January, 66.

Slenske, Michael. “All Fired Up.” Blouin Art + Auction, May, 115.

Smith, Roberta. “Prehistoric Tools to Matisse Cut-Outs.” The New York Times, September 7.

2013
Boucher, Brian. “The Last Testament of Ken Price.” Art in America, March, 99.

Cotter, Holland. “The East Coast of California.” The New York Times, June.

Gavin, Francesca. “New Art Stars at the Venice Biennale.” Dazeddigital, May.

Graves, Jen. “Being Beaten About the Mind and Eyes: The Venice Biennale is a High-Speed Train Very Focused on a Destination, and Prone to Crashing.” The Stranger, Seattle, September 4.

Holte, Michael Ned. “Best of 2013: ‘Grapevine’ – David Kordansky Gallery.” Artforum, December, 243.

Larkins, Zoe. “Crossing Over: An Interview with Ron Nagle.” Art in America, May 30.

Tromble, Meredith. “Notes on the 55th Venice Biennale.” Stretcher, May.

2012
French, Christopher. “Stone Gravy.” ARTnews, October, 102.

“Rewarding an Innovator.” Ceramics Monthly, October, 26.

Russeth, Andrew. “A Ron Nagle Ceramic Sculpture at Wallspace.” GalleristNY, June 29.

Smith, Roberta. “The Mystery Trend.” The New York Times, July 27, C24.

2011
Ruby, Sterling. “Ron Nagle: Custom Clay.” Kaleidoscope, Issue 2, Fall, 44-49.

2009
Johnson, Ken. “Ron Nagle, ‘Bookends, Weeoramas and Flareware.’” The New York Times, May 1.

Smith, Roberta. “Crucible of Creativity, Stoking Earth Into Art.” The New York Times, March 20, C23.

Tromble, Meredith. “My Top Ten, 2008: Memorable Bay Area Art Experiences of 2008, plus one beyond two codas…” Stretcher, January.

2008
Casey, Laura. “Instructor’s Silly Side in Ceramics Near Union Square.” Contra Cost Times, December 19, 19.

Hamlin, Jess. “Nagle and Hardy Show.” San Francisco Chronicle, December 3, E8.

Salmon, Laurence. “Collectionner la céramique contemporaine.” Elledeco, December, 116-120.

2007
Glueck, Grace. “Fun With Studio Crafts: When the Traditional Gets Quirky.” The New York Times, January 12, E45.

Hickey, Dave. “Portfolio, Hickey’s Top Ten: Ten of Dave Hickey’s Favorite Artworks from the Last Forty Years.” The Believer, November/December.

Smith, Roberta. “It’s Just Clay, but How About a Little Respect?” The New York Times, September 7, B27.

2006
Briggs, Peter S. “Ron Nagle: Ceramics, The Buddy Holly Center.” Artlies, Fall, 102.

Hamlin, Jesse. “Don Ed Hardy’s Tattoos are High Art and Big Business.” San Francisco Chronicle, September 30.

Johnson, Ken. “Ron Nagle and the Holy Grail.” The New York Times, Art in Review, January 27.

Selvin, Joel, “Decades in Obscurity…” San Francisco Chronicle, February 22.

2005
Bell, Robert. “Tranformstions: The Language of Craft.” Croft Arts International, No. 65.

Frank, Peter. “Art Pick of the Week.” LA Weekly, March 18-24.

Koppman, Deborah. “Previews: Ron Nagle.” ARTWEEK, July/August, 25.

Selvin, Joel. “Most Crucial Albums…” San Francisco Chronicle, January 31.

Tromble, Meredith. “West Coast.” Stretcher, August 5.

2004
Garchik, Leah. “Gossip Column.” San Francisco Chronicle, January 16.

Hamlin, Jesse. “Ron Nagle ‘baron of sculptural intelligence,’ works within the groove of small things.” San Francisco Chronicle, January 16.

Kagan, Dick. “High Tea.” Art and Antiques, May.

Koplos, Janet. “Ron Nagle at Garth Clark.” Art in America, May.

MacNaughton, Mary Davis. “A Landmark in Clay.” Keromeiki Techni, Issue 46.

2003
Garchik, Leah. “Gossip Column.” San Francisco Chronicle, December 4.

Kirsch, Elisabeth. “In His Cups.” The Kansas City Star, April 4.

Miles, Christopher. “Ron Nagle.” Artforum, Vol. 41 No. 5, January.

Netzer, Sylvia. “Ron Nagle.” American Ceramics, February 14.

2002
Brown, Glen R. “Beyond Names; Collaborative Works – Ron Nagle and Hung Liu.” Ceramics: Art and Perception. No. 49.

Chambers, Karen S. “Clay Masters.” American Style, Winter.

“Crafty Veteran.” Calendar’s Calendar, Los Angeles Times, October 19.

“Gallery.” American Craft, April/May.

Hamlin, Jesse. “Voulkos Taught by Example.” San Francisco Chronicle, February 25.

Johnson, Ken. “For Those in Search of Calm, an Armory Full of Modernists.” The New York Times, February 25.

Muchnic, Suzanne. “With All Its Hang-ups, the L.A. Gallery Scene Thrives.” Los Angeles Times, November 24.

Ollman, Leah. “Cups Runneth Over with Wit, Beauty.” Los Angeles Times, November 1.

Smith, Roberta. “Kathy Butterfly.” The New York Times, March 1.

“Synthetic Zen, Die Tassen von Ron Nagle.” Keromik Magazin, June/July.

2001
“Going for the Gold.” Ceramics Monthly, October.

Nagle, Ron. “Greatest Hits.” NCECA Journal.

Smith, Roberta. “Ron Nagle.” The New York Times, December 28.

2000
Arieff, Allison. “America the Beautiful: Bay Watch.” Surveillance, Surface, No. 20.

Berk, Amy. “Forever on the Move.” World Sculpture News, Vol. 6, No. 31, Winter.

Kingsley, April. “Kathy Butterly: Miniature Moments.” American Ceramics, April.

Pagel, David. “A Lively Trip through Ceramic History.” Los Angeles Times, June 18.

“Paper Cuts.” San Francisco Bay Guardian, Vol. 34, No. 44, August 2-8.

Perry, Barbara. “Top Treasures of the Century.” Ceramics, Art+Antiques, March.

Shrady, Nicholas. “Color Field on Fifth.” Architectural Digest, November.

1999
Bonetti, David. “Bay City Best.” San Francisco Examiner Magazine, November 28.

Bonetti, David. “Gallery Watch.” San Francisco Examiner, December 10.

Cebulski, Frank. “Those Who Have Thrived.” ARTWEEK, Vol. 30, December.

Cohen, Mark Daniel. “Clay into Art.” Review, January 15.

Crawford, Lynn. “Reviews.” American Ceramics, February.

Gerhard, Susan. “The New ‘New.’” San Francisco Bay Guardian, Vol. 34, No. 7, November 17-23.

Hamlin, Jesse. “A Passion for Collecting Crafts.” San Francisco Chronicle, June 24.

Ramljak, Suzanne. “Impresario of Clay.” American Ceramics, July.

Slivka, Rose. “Clay into Art.” American Ceramics.

1998
“Art.” Los Angeles Times, June 23.

Bonetti, David. “Grants for Bay Area Artists, Museums.” San Francisco Examiner, August 17.

Carroll, Jerry. “Lively Arts: Local Artists Score Big.” San Francisco Chronicle, July 21.

“Craft World.” American Craft, August.

“Flintridge Foundation Distributes Grants.” ARTWEEK, July.

Hickey, Dave. “The Best of 1998.” Artforum, December.

Johnson, Ken. “Points of Origin, Franklin Parrasch Gallery.” The New York Times, January 23.

Nagel, Terry. “S.F.’s Jewish Museum Displays Kiddish Cups.” San Francisco Chronicle, January.

“Newsbriefs.” Sculpture, September.

“Panorama.” Keromeiki Techni, December.

1997
“American Craft Council Awards.” American Craft, October/November.

Berkson, Bill. “Nagle Wares.” American Craft, August/September.

Berman, Avis. “Contemporary American Ceramics: Exploring the Sculptural Potential of Pottery.” Architectural Digest, March.

Bonetti, David. “Still Krazy After All These Years.” San Francisco Examiner, January 10.

Chambers, Karen S. “Next of Kiln.” Art & Antiques, January.

Clark, Garth. “Abstract Expressionism Revisited: The Otis Years 1954-1959.” Ceramics: Art and Perception, Issue 29.

Cohen, Keri Guten. “Galleries.” Detroit Free Press, September 14.

Glueck, Grace. “Abstract Expressionist Ceramics: Myth and Reality Revisited.” The New York Times, May 30.

Mannisto, Glen. “Mighty Morphin’ Art Arrangers.” MetroTimes, September 24-30.

Tromble, Meredith. “R-E-S-P-E-C-T, Ken Price and Clay.” ARTWEEK, April.

1996
Berkson, Bill. “Shaw Business.” American Craft, October/November.

Chambers, Karen S. “The Great Convergence.” American Style, No. 4, Spring.

“Equal Space.” Southwest Art, June.

Fauntleroy, Gussie. “Fine Art and Life Cycles.” Pasatiempo, May 3-9.

“Ron Nagle: A Survey Exhibition 1958-1993.” ARTbibliographies Modern, Vol. 27, No. 1.

Thorson, Alice. “Surrealistic, Surprising Little Pots.” Kansas City Star Preview, March 22-28.

Tromble, Meredith. “A Conversation with Ron Nagle, Art Department Chair, Mills College.” ARTWEEK, March.

Wilson, Malin. “Strange, Wonderful Curiosities Fill Galleries.” Journal North, June 1.

1995
Guthman, Edward. “’Jaded’ Is More Like It; It’s got sex, murder, and it’s all in San Francisco.” San Francisco Chronicle, October 13.

Vivas, Antonio. “Galeria.” CERÁMICA, December.

1994
Green, Joshua. “Ron Nagle, Forum Gallery, The Carnegie Museum of Art Pittsburgh.” The New Art Examiner, October.

Hamlin, Jesse. “Bay Area Collector Lets the Public Peek.” San Francisco Chronicle, March 8.

Kelley, Jeff. “Ron Nagle.” Artforum, February.

Moser, Charlotte. “Ron Nagle at Mills College Art Gallery & Rena Bransten.” Art in America, May.

“Ron Nagle, Recent Work.” Ceramics Monthly, June/July/August.

Shearing, Graham. “Rebel with a Miniature Cause.” Tribune Review, June 24.

1993
Aliens P.C.B. “Nine Decades of Craft.” Art of California Magazine, October.

Bonetti, David. “A Bright Light in a Dull Year, Best Exhibits.” San Francisco Examiner, December 26.

Bonetti, David. “Ceramicist Ron Nagle’s Secret Life.” San Francisco Examiner, September 8.

Brunson, Jamie. “San Francisco Fax.” Art Issues, November/December.

Burke, Marnie. “Ceramic Treasures.” San Francisco Examiner: Image Magazine, May 30.

Fowler, Carol. “Teacher-Musician Nagle Finds Equal Success Sculpting.” Contra Costa Times, September 10.

“In Conversation/Sculpture.” San Francisco Focus, September.

Tarchenski, Pamela J. “200 Galleries, A Fine Walkabout in a City of Art.” Albuquerque Journal, August 19.

Van Proyen, Mark. “Object Lessons.” ARTWEEK, Vol. 24, No. 21, November 4.

1992
Drohojowsky, Hunter. “Bumpers and Blondes.” ArtNews, October.

1991
“Fletcher Challenge Ceramics Award 1991.” Ceramics Art and Perception, Issue 6.

Gibbs, Peter. “A New Standard of Excellence.” Listener and TV Times, July 1.

Gibbs, Peter. “International Perspective.” Ceramic Review, November/December.

“Instant Appeal.” Manukau Courier, June 15.

Lange, Peter. “15th Fletcher Challenge Exhibition.” Ceramics Monthly, December.

McCarty, Lynn. “Potted Prowess.” H&B, August/September.

Netzer, Sylvia. “The Art of Collecting.” New Art Examiner, November.

Phare, Jane. “Cautious Challenge to Ceramics.” New Zealand Herald, May 30.

Williams, Howard. “Great Show to Celebrate.” New Zealand Herald, June 6.

1990
“American Clay Artists.” Ceramics Monthly, May.

“Vessels: From Use to Symbol.” The New York Times, November.

Murphy, Angela. “Great Lakes Annual.” Ceramics Monthly, December.

1989
“Ceramicist Nagle at Center.” San Antonio Light, April 28.

“Contemporary Ceramics at Christie’s.” Ceramics Monthly, April.

Hammel, Lisa. “Teacups with Windows and Without Bottoms.” The New York Times, March 30.

White, Cheryl. “Review: Ron Nagle at Rena Bransten Gallery.” Ceramics Monthly, Vol. 7, No. 2.

1988
Bonard, Rob. “Kitsch as Avant-Garde.” New Art Examiner, September.

1987
“Art, Money and the NEA.” Ceramics Monthly, February.

Keveaney, Claire. “The Crafts Are Doing Just Fine.” West Magazine, San Jose Mercury News, April 5.

“NEA Fellowships.” American Craft, January.

Smith, Roberta. “Jeff Perrone and a Group Show.” The New York Times, September 11.

1986
Elder, Sean. “Big Cheese.” Image Magazine, San Francisco Examiner, July 13.

Harrison, Helen A. “Abstract Displays its Energy.” The New York Times, June 29.

“Small Scale.” International Sculpture, November/December.

Williams, Jerry. “Potters on Color.” The Studio Potter, June.

1985
Boettger, Suzaan. “San Francisco: Ron Nagle, Quay Gallery.” Artforum, February.

Glueck, Grace. “Art: The Serious Work of No-Nonsense Lear.” The New York Times, September 13.

Handy, Ellen. “Ron Nagle/Sabina Ott.” Arts Magazine, November.

Heartney, Eleanor. “Ron Nagle.” New Art Examiner, December.

McKenna, Christine. “Feats of Clay in ‘Pacific Connections.’” Los Angeles Times, December 17.

Rubenfeld, Florence. “Bay Area Clay: Forerunner to Postmodernism.” New Art Examiner, September.

1984
Davis, Harry. “Handcraft Pottery: Whence and Whither.” The Studio Potter, December.

Hayes, Joanne Burstein. “Beyond Ceramic Traditions.” ARTWEEK, October 27.

McTwigen, Michael. “Ron Nagle.” American Ceramics, February.

Mollenkoff, Peter. “Ron Nagle: New York.” Ikebana Ryusei, August.

1983
Chambers, Karen. “Review.” Craft International, October/December.

Chapp, Jeff. “Between Painting and Sculpture.” NCECA, Spring.

Daw, Deborah. “Arts and Crafts.” Portfolio, July/August.

Glenn, Constance W. “The Collectors: Today’s Art in a Victorian House.” Architectural Digest, March.

Glenn, Constance W. “The Collectors: Passion in the Process.” Architectural Digest, April.

Selvin, Joel. “Lively Arts.” San Francisco Chronicle, March.

1982
Atkins, Robert. “A Sculpture Bonanza.” Bay Guardian, February 24.

Burstein, Joanne. “What You Didn’t See at the Whitney.” American Ceramics, Summer.

Butterfield, Jan. “Nagle & Voulkos: Paired Opposites at Quay & Braunstein.” Images & Issues, Summer.

Cebulski, Frank. “Sculpture as a Mirror of Life.” ARTWEEK, August 4.

Curtis, Cathy. “Nagle. Voulkos: Two Approaches to Ceramics.” Peninsula Times Tribute, February 9.

Janeiro, Jan. “From the San Francisco Bay Area.” Craft International, Summer.

Jones, Mady. “Six at the Whitney: Kudos to Some.” American Ceramics.

Levy, Mark. “Tough Sensitivities: Voulkos & Nagle.” ARTWEEK, February 27.

Perreault, John. “Fear of Clay.” Artforum, April.

Perrone, Jeff. “Clay Per Se and Other Minor Matters.” Arts, April.

Stein, Ruthe. “The Pink & Black Life of Ron Nagle.” San Francisco Chronicle, February 22.

Wechsler, Susan. “Ron Nagle: An Interview.” American Ceramics, State of the Art Issue, Winter.

1981
Hemmerdinger, William. “Desert Museum: California Innovations.” Palm Springs Life, December.

Ianco-Starrels, Josine. “Innovation in Fullerton.” Los Angeles Times, September 20.

Jepson, Barbara. “A Creative Christmas.” Town & Country, December.

Jones, Mady. “The Clay People.” San Francisco Magazine, June.

Kutner, Janet. “Ceramics Far Beyond Usable Vessels.” Dallas Morning News, January 7.

McCloud, Mac. “California Innovations.” Images & Issues, Winter.

Muchnic, Suzanne. “Traditional, Now Both and Art Scene.” Los Angeles Times, September 20.

Schere, Charles. “The Larger Than Life Work of Viola Frey.” Oakland Tribune, September 6.

Smith, Roberta. Review. Village Voice September 23-29.

1980
Dunham, Judith L. “Joan Mondale Selects for Washington.” ARTWEEK, March 29.

Hepburn, Tony. “Clay Sculpture Comes of Age.” The New Art Examiner, July.

Subtle, Susan. “Nagle’s Wares.” Boulevards, June.

1979
“Ceramic Cylinders.” Danville Valley Pioneer, February 14.

“Ceramic Sculpture on Display.” Danville Valley Pioneer, February 28.

“Ron Nagle: New Waves.” Ceramics Monthly, January.

1978
Brown, Sylvia. “Ron Nagle.” Craft Horizons, December.

Dickson, Joanne. “Ron Nagle: New Works.” New Art Forms, Winter.

McDonald, Robert. “Ron Nagle’s Ceramic Sculpture.” ARTWEEK, October 14.

“People and Places.” Craft Horizons, October.

Subtle, Susan. “Best Bets: Off the Record.” New West, October 9.

1977
Levin, Elaine. “Foundations in Clay.” ARTWEEK, May 21.

1976
Artner, Alan. “MCA Crafts a Showing of a Brave New World.” Chicago Tribune, July 11.

Ballatore, Sandy. “The California Clay Rush.” Art in America, July/August.

Barber, John. “Multi Fire Ceramics Described.” Great Falls Tribune, March 28.

“Ceramactivites: At Quay Ceramics.” Ceramics Monthly, February.

“For Top Crafts, See Exhibit A.” Chicago Tribune, July 16.

Goldstein, Tom. “Labels Don’t Bother Artist.” Regina Leader-Post, August.

Ratcliff, Carter. “Notes on Small Sculpture.” Artforum, April.

Schulze, Franz. “It’s Beautiful, But Is It Crafts?” Chicago Daily News, July 10.

1975
Albright, Thomas. “Nagle’s Imagination Runneth Over.” San Francisco Chronicle, November 8.

Harms, Sally. “Calendar.” City of San Francisco, November 24.

Irving, Rebecca. “Craft Museum is Humming.” Niagara Gazette, October 24.

McDonald, Robert. “New Work by Ron Nagle.” ARTWEEK, November 22.

Meisel, Alan. “Prizing and Apprizing the Cup.” Craft Horizons, December.

Robertson, Frank. “Where Have You Been, Ron Nagle?” City of San Francisco, November 18.

1974
Schere, Charles. “Museum Rekindles Ceramic Interest.” Oakland Tribune, March 24.

1973
Albright, Thomas. “The ‘Family Tree’ of California Ceramics.” San Francisco Chronicle, February 18.

Pugliese, Joe. “The Decade: Ceramics.” Craft Horizons, February.

1972
“The Cup Show.” Craft Horizons.

“The Cup Show.” Los Angeles Magazine, October.

Wilson, William. “Art by the Cupful.” Los Angeles Times, October 11.

1971
“Objects, U.S.A.” ARTWEEK, February 13, 1971.

Pugliese, Joe. “Ron Nagle: The Potter.” Craft Horizons, June.

1969
Albright, Thomas. “Artistic Statement in Artifacts, Designs.” San Francisco Chronicle, February 13.

1966
“Abstract Expressionist Ceramics.” Artforum, November.

1963
Coplans, John. “Work in Clay by Six Artists.” Artforum, February.