James Rosati
American Artist (1911-1988)
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It Is, New York, No. 1, Spring 1958
1958 Pittsburgh International Exhibition of Contemporary Painting and Sculpture, Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute (exhibition catalog), Pittsburgh
"Sculpture in New York", Arts, June 1958
Anthony Bower, "Sculpture," Art in America, Winter 1958-59
1959 Pittsburgh International Exhibition of Contemporary Painting and Sculpture, Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute (exh. cat.), Pittsburgh
Thomas B. Hess, "U.S. Sculpture: Some Recent Directions," Art News Annual, No. 1, 1959
Stanley Kunitz, "Sitting for Rosati the Sculptor," Art News, March 1959
Hilton Kramer, "The Sculpture of James Rosati," Arts, March 1959
Dore Ashton, (review), Arts and Architecture, May 1959
Sculpture in our Time, Collected by Joseph H. Hirshhorn, The Detroit Institute of Arts (exhibition catalog), Detroit, 1959.
Michel Seuphor, La Sculpture de ce siècle (Neuchatel, Switzerland: Editions du Griffon), 1959, p. 324, ill.
"Sculpture Panel," It Is, New York, No. 5, Spring 1960, pp. 51-56, 58.
Carola Giedion-Welcker, Contemporary Sculpture: An Evolution in Volume and Space (New York: George Wittenborn, Inc.), 1960, pp. 262, 274, 275, 347, 349.
Dore Ashton, "New American Sculpture," XX Siècle 1960.
Lloyd Goodrich and John I. H. Baur, American Art of our Century (New York: Frederick A. Praeger), 1961.
Carola Giedion-Welcker, "Origins and Tendencies of the Relief," XX Siècle 1961.
1961 Pittsburgh International Exhibition of Contemporary Painting and Sculpture, Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute (exhibition catalog), Pittsburgh, no. 337.
Face of the Fifties: Recent Painting and Sculpture from the Collection of the Whitney Museum, University of Michigan Museum of Art (exhibition catalog), Ann Arbor, 1961.
Mechanism and Organism: An International Sculpture Exhibition, New School Art Center (exhibition catalog), New York, 1961.
The First Five Years: Aquisitions 1957-1962 by the Friends of the Whitney Museum of American Art, Whitney Museum of American Art (exhibition catalog), New York, 1962, ill.
Art since 1950, Seattle World's Fair, 1962, p. 78.
Annual Exhibition: Sculpture and Drawings, Whitney Museum of American Art (exhibition catalog), New York, 1962.
Critics Choice: Art since World War II, Providence Art Club (exhibition catalog), Providence, RI, 1962.
Modern Sculpture and Sculptor's Drawings, University Art Gallery, University of California(exhibition catalog), Berkeley, 1962.
Some Directions in Contemporary Painting and Sculpture: 65th American Exhibition, Art Institute of Chicago (exhibition catalog), Chicago, 1962.
Dore Ashton, (review), Arts and Architecture, March 1962.
Irving Sandler, (review), Art News, March 1962.
Max Kozloff, "New York Letter", Art International, March 1962.
"Four Among Many," Newsweek, March 19, 1962.
Sidney Tillim, (review), Arts, April 1962.
Kenneth Sawyer, (review), Arts and Crafts, July 1962.
Modern Sculpture from the Joseph H. Hirshorn Collection, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (exhibition catalog), New York, 1962.
James Rosati: Recent Sculpture, Otto Gerson Gallery(exhibition catalog), New York, 1962.
Cleve Gray, "The Artist In America," Art in America, January 1963.
Sculpture: Open Air Exibition of Contemporary British and American Works, London County Council (exhibition catalog), Battersea Park, London, 1963, no. 36, ill.
Six Sculptors, Boston University Art Gallery (exhibition catalog), New York, Boston, 1963, nos. 10-13, ill.
Sculptors of our Time, Washington Gallery of Modern Art, Washington, DC, 1963.
Art Has Many Facets: The Artistic Fascination with the Cube, Fine Arts Gallery (exhibition catalog), University of St. Thomas, Houston, 1963, no. 146, ill.
Jean Selz, Modern Sculpture, Origins and Evolution, George Braziller, New York
1964 Pittsburgh International Exhibition for Contemporary Painting and Sculpture, Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute (exhibition catalog), Pittsburgh, no. 365.
The Artist's Reality: An International Sculpture Exhibition, New School Art Center (exhibition catalog), New York, 1964.
Dore Ashton, "James Rosati: World of Inner Rhythms," Studio International, London, May 1964, pp. 196-199, ills.
Herbert Read, Concise History of Modern Sculpture (New York: Frederick A. Praeger), 1964, p. 190, ill.
1964 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Sculpture, Whitney Museum of American Art (exhibition catalog), New York, 1964-65.
The Carborundum Sculpture Awards: 1961-1965, Carborundum Company, Niagara Falls, NY, 1965.
It Is, New York, No. 6, Autumn 1965.
"Contemporary Sculpture," Arts Yearbook 8, 1965.
Etats-Unis Sculptures du XX Siècle, Musée Rodin (exhibition catalog), Paris, 1965.
Portraits from the American Art World, New School Art Center (exhibition catalog), New York, 1965.
Sculpture from the Albert A. List Collection, New School Art Center (exhibition catalog), New York, 1965.
Critics Choice: Art Since World War II, Providence Art Club (exhibition catalog), Providence, RI, 1965, no. 65, ill. p. 41.
James Rosati, "David Smith, 1906-1965," Art News, September 1965
Sarah Landsell, "Old-Master Reruns at Merida; Sculpture Due for Speed Show," Courier-Journal, Louisville, KY, May 1, 1966.
Barbara Rose, American Art Since 1900 (New York: Frederick A. Praeger), 1967, p. 208.
Three Artists of Today, Colby College Art Museum (exhibition catalog), Waterville, ME, 1967.
Collection of Mrs. Harry Lynde Bradley, Milwaukee Art Center (exhibition catalog), Milwaukee, 1968, p. 119.
James Rosati, Charles A. Dana Creative Arts Center (exhibition catalog), Colgate University, Hamilton, NY, 1968.
Barbara Rose, "Blow Up: The Problem of Scale in Sculpture," Art in America, July-August 1968.
Hilton Kramer, "Art: Whitney Shows Modern American Sculpture," The New York Times, December 18, 1968.
Georgine Oeri, Man and His Images (New York: Viking Press), 1968.
Dore Ashton, Modern American Sculpture (New York: Abrams), 1969.
Christopher Andreae, "Review," The Christian Science Monitor, December 9, 1969.
Hilton Kramer, "An Unlikely Gamble," The New York Times, December 21, 1969.
David L. Shirey, "Review," Newsweek, December 1969.
Geigy Art Collection, Geigy Chemical Corporation, Ardsley, NY 1969.
William C. Seitz, "Rosati: Masses in Elevation," Art News, December, 1969.
James Rosati, Rose Art Museum (exhibition catalog), Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, 1969. Essay by William Seitz.
Inaugural Exhibition: New School Graduate Faculty Center, New School Art Center (exhibition catalog), New York, 1969, no. 51, ill.
William C. Seitz, "James Rosati: Sculpture 1963-69," Art International, January 1970.
Jean Reeves, "Rosati: 'On the Razor's Edge,'" Buffalo Evening News, February 7, 1970.
D. K. Winebrenner, "Sculptures of Rosati Displayed," Buffalo Courier-Express, February 10, 1970.
Peter Schjeldahl, "A Sculpture to Command Public Places," The New York Times, October 4, 1970.
John Gruen, "Galleries & Museums: Review," New York Magazine, October 12, 1970.
Art Now: New York, University Galleries, New York, 1970, vol. 2, no. 9.
Carter Ratcliff, "New York Letter," Art International, November 1970.
T. B. H., "James Rosati," Art News, November 1970, p.68.
American Sculpture, Nebraska Art Association (exhibition catalog), Lincoln, 1970, no. 139.
Monumental Art, Contemporary Arts Center (exhibition catalog), Cincinnati, OH, 1970.
Exposition l'art vivant aux Etats-Unis, ondation Maeght (exhibition catalog), Paris, 1970, pp. 146-147.
1970 Pittsburgh International Exhibition of Contemporary Art, Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute (exhibition catalog), Pittsburgh, p. 81, ill.
A New Consciousness: The Ciba-Geigy Collection, Hudson River Museum (exhibition catalog), Yonkers, NY, 1971.
Artists at Dartmouth: A Retrospective of Selected Artists-in-Residence at Dartmouth College since 1962, Hopkins Center for Creative and Performing Arts at Dartmouth College (exhibition catalog), Hanover, NH, 1971.
11th Biennale Middelheim (exhibition catalog), Antwerp, Belgium, 1971, p. 95.
The Britannica Encylopedia of American Art (Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica Educational Corp.), 1973.
Monumenta: Biennial Exhibition of Outdoor Sculpture (exhibition catalog), Monumenta, Newport, RI, 1974, no. 36.
James J. Kelley, The Sculptural Idea (Minneapolis: Burgess Publishing Co.), 1974, no. 59, ill.
Selected Paintings and Sculpture from the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, edited by Abram Lerner (New York: Harry N. Abrams), 1974.
Twentieth-Century Monumental Sculpture, Marlborough Gallery (exhibition catalog), New York, 1974.
Brian O'Doherty, "Public Art and the Government: A Progress Report," Art in America, May-June 1974.
American Art in Upstate New York: Drawings, Watercolors and Small Sculpture from Public Collections in Albany, Buffalo, Ithaca, Rochester, Syracuse and Utica, Albright-Knox Art Gallery (exhibition catalog), Buffalo, NY, 1974.
Michel Ragon and Michel Seuphor, L'art abstrait, (Paris: Maeght Editeur), no. 269.
Sculpture '76, Greenwich Arts Council (exhibition catalog), Greenwich, CT, 1976.
Artists Salute Skowhegan, Kennedy Galleries (exhibition catalog), New York, 1977.
James Rosati: Recent Works, Marlborough Gallery (exhibition catalog), New York, 1977.
Hilton Kramer, "James Rosati," The New York Times, April 1977.
Barbara Cavaliere, "Arts Reviews," Arts, September 1977.
Barbara Gamarekian, "Capital Gives All for Art," The New York Times, May 31, 1978.
Masters of Modern Sculpture, Marlborough Gallery (exhibition catalog), New York, 1978.
Richard McLanathan, East Building - National Gallery of Art - A Profile, National Gallery of Art, 1978.
Art in Architecture Program, U.S. General Services Administration, 1979.
Urban Encounters -- Art, Architecture, Audience, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1980.
Donald W. Thalacker, The Place of Art in the World of Architecture, Chelsea House Publishers, New York, 1980.
American Art in the Newark Museum, Newark Art Museum, Newark, NJ, 1981.
Arte Contemporaneo Internacional, Museo Rufino Tamayo, Mexico City, 1981.
William Lieberman, Nelson A. Rockefeller Collection: Masterpieces of Modern Art (New York: Hudson Hlls Press), 1981, p. 233, ill.
Vivien Raynor, "Art: Metal Sculpture by James Rosati," The New York Times, December 24, 1981.
James Rosati: Recent Sculpture, Marlborough Gallery (exhibition catalog), New York, 1981-82.
M.S. Van Hecke, "Charlotte Plaza Sculpture Shown," The Charlotte Observer, Charlotte, NC, June 24, 1982.
Dore Ashton, American Art Since 1945 (New York: Oxford University Press), 1982, pp. 61-62.
Lawrence Toppman, "Sculpture is first of many for Charlotte Plaza," The Charlotte News, Charlotte, NC, February 10, 1983.
"Sculpture Unveiled," The Charlotte Observer, Charlotte, NC, February 17, 1983.
Lawrence Toppman, "Two Angled Forms," The Charlotte News, Charlotte, NC, August 25, 1983.
Bill Marvel, "Sculpture by Rosati installed in Lee Park," Dallas Downtown News, Dallas, TX, November 14, 1983.
Janet Kutner, "Sculpture by Rosati," Dallas Morning News, Dallas, TX, November 24, 1983.
Rosati/Ode IV, Steelcase Inc., Grand Rapids, MI, 1983.
Music For The Eyes, Steelcase Inc., Grand Rapids, MI, 1983 (film).
Joseph A. McDonnell, (review), Art/World, June 1984.
Michael Brenson, (review), The New York Times, June 8, 1984.
Jane Kessler, "Corporate Art Collections in North Carolina," The Arts Journal, July 1984.
"Gimme an A and a Bent O: Washington Talk," The New York Times, October 29, 1984.
Jane Addams Allen, "A Moving Experience for Rosati Sculpture," The Washington Times, October 30, 1984.
"Institute's New Sculpture Program to Foster Public Interaction with Art," Memo: Newsletter of the American Institute of Architects, #678, November 14, 1984.
Benjamin Forgey, "Pipe Dreams: The State of Sculpture in Public Places," The Washington Post, November 25, 1984.
Works in Bronze: A Modern Survey, Sonoma State University Gallery (exhibition catalog), Rohnert Park, CA, 1984.
Masters of Modern and Contemporary Sculpture, Marlborough Gallery (exhibition catalog), New York, 1984.
James Rosati: Recent Monumental Sculpture, Marlborough Gallery (exhibition catalog), New York, 1984. Essay by Albert Elsen.
The Empire State Collection: Art for the Public (New York: Empire State Plaza Art Commission), 1987, pp. 148-51, ill.
Fred W. McDarrah and Gloria S. McDarrah, The Artist's World In Pictures, Shapolsky Publishers, Inc., New York, 1988.
Fabrication of Ode VI, Susan Farricielli, director, New Haven, CT, 1988 (film).
American Sculpture at Yale University (New Haven, CT: Yale University Art Gallery), 1992, p. 149, ill.
Handbook of the Collections: Yale University Art Gallery (New Haven, CT: Yale University Art Gallery), 1992, p. 252, ill.
Sculpture: An Illustrated Catalog (Washington DC: Board of Trustees, National Gallery of Art), 1994, p. 210, ill.
Reclaiming Artists of the New York School, Sidney Mishkin Gallery (exhibition catalog), New York, 1994, ill. p. 30.
Marika Herskovic, New York School Abstract Expressionists: Artists Choice by Artists (New Jersey: New York School Press), 2000, pp. 314-17, ill.
Newportraits (Hanover, NH: University Press of New England), 2000, pp. 317, ill. p. 319
Saul Wenegrat, "Public Art at the World Trade Center," September 11th: ART LOSS, DAMAGE, AND REPERCUSSIONS, Proceedings of an IFAR Symposium on February 28, 2002.
Marjorie B. Cohn and Sarah Kianovsky, Lois Orswell, David Smith, and Modern Art, Harvard University Art Museums (Exhibition Catalog), Cambridge, MA, 2002, cat. no. 198, fig 164, p. 378.
Irving Sandler, A Sweeper-Up After Artists (New York: Thames & Hudson Inc.), 2003, pp. 12, 28, 31, 168, 170.
Angela Koester, Choreographing a Collection: The Dr. Beatrice H. Barrett Collection of Art, (Lincoln, MA: DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park), 2004, ill.
Benjamin Genocchio, "Semi-Scandalous Outdoors, Passé Indoors," The New York Times, July 29, 2006.
La Scuola di New York: Riproposte e Riscoperte, Quaterni di Scultura Contemporanea, No. 7, Edizioni della Cometa, Roma, December, 2006.
Natalie Edgar, ed., Club Without Walls - Selections from the Journals of Philip Pavia, Midmarch Arts Press, New York, NY,2007.
Marika Herskovic, American Abstract and Figurative Expressionism Style Is Timely Art Is Timeless An Illustrated Survey With Artists' Statements, Artwork and Biographies, New York School Press, 2009.
Jonathan D. Lippincott, Large Scale: Fabricating Sculpture in the 1960s and 1970s, Princeton Architectural Press, New York, 2010.
Jonathan D. Lippincott. "James Rosati: The Move to Large Scale." 50 Watts. Cargo. March 2011.