Bibliography, Books, and Catalogs

Schimitschek, Martina, “Artist Joe Lewis draws parallels between the Underground Railroad and today’s migrant trafficking,” February 5, 2020

Asher, Lani, “Ferrocarril Subterraneo No Nada Galeria,” December 2, 2019

Morgan, Tiernan, “Thirty Years On, Colab Members Assess Their Successes and Failures,” May 10, 2016

Rosen, Sara, Crave Online, February 2, 2016 

“Noah Purifoy Desert Art Museum,” A film by KCETLink (interviewee) 2015

Morgan, Tiernan “35 Years After Fashion Moda, a Bronx Gallery Revisits the Landmark Space,” August 6, 2015

Laden, Tanja M, Junk Dada: The Stories Behind Noah Purifoy’s Joshua Tree Sculptures March 6, 2015 

Rosen, “Joe Lewis: Fashion Moda,” 2015

Hicks, Jerry, “Blues Brothers,” Riviera Magazine, Orange County, pg. 64, February 2014

Wagley, Catherine, “The First Black Artists in Los Angeles Group Exhibition,” Art Voices Magazine, December 2012

Swan, Ethan, “Bowery Artist Tribute Vol. 3,” interview pgs. 10 and 11, the New Museum, New York, NY 2012

Cooper, Shawna with Wurzelbacher, Karli, “The Times Square Show: Revisited,” interview and catalog, Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery, at Hunter College, New York, NY September 2012 

Slenske, Michael, LA Gets More Street Art from Fairey, April 01, 2011

Adams, Lisa, Huffington Post, December 15, 2011 

Allen, Glenn, “Artist Magazines: and Alternative Space for Art,” The MIT Press, 2011, pp 192 and 233.

Stillman, Nick, “Rising Above,” December 16, 2008

Souccar, Miriam Kreinin, “Recession woes pop art market bubble,” November 2008

Jerry Saltz, “Museum Date,” illustration, September 2008

Wei, Lilly, “Joe Lewis at Kathleen Cullen,” Art in America, January 2008, pp.125.

McCormick, Carlo, “Joe Lewis,” Paper Magazine, February 2008

Robinson, Walter, “Joe Lewis: Clairvoyance,”, 2006

Robinson, Walter, “Art Fair New York,”, 2006

Hajela, Deepti, “Exhibit Explores Contemporary Legacy of Slavery,” Associated Press, June 20, 2006.

Brewhammond, Nana Ekula, “Secrets and ties: New York City’s dirty little ‘Legacies’ exposed,” Metro, June 26, 2006.

Marvin Taylor, “The Downtown Book –The New York Art Scene 1974-1984,” Princeton University Press, Princeton and Oxford, 2005, Illustration, pp. 13, 35, 93, 104,140, 161, 173.

“East Village USA,” catalog, New Museum of Contemporary Art, 2005, New York, photograph pp. 102.

Jeffrey R. Young, “Haute Cyber,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, May 30, 2003, pp. A31-32.

Daniel Yi, “Sign May Have Run Its Course,” The Los Angeles Times, Sunday September 1, 2002, pp. B1.

Dan Talley and Ed Spriggs, “Color, Culture, Complexity,” catalog, Illustration, The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, Atlanta, GA 2002, pp. 5 and 18.

Gustavo Leclerc and Michael Dear, Mixed Feelings: Art and Culture in the Postborder Metropolis,” catalog, Illustration, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA 2002 pp. 22-23, and 67.

Suzanne Muchnic, “To Protect and Preserve a Desert Legacy,” The Los Angeles Times, Sunday Calendar, January 14, 2001, pp. 68.

David Joselit, “Ring of Fire: Interview with Joe Lewis and Yong Soon Min,” Art Journal,

Winter 1998, pp. 87 – 89.

Robert Sullivan, “Voices of Higher Education,” Santa Monica College, Spring Catalog, 1998, pp. 31 and 107-108.

Julie Ault, “Cultural Economies: Histories from the Alternative Arts Movement, NYC,” catalog, Illustration, The Drawing Center, New York, 1996, pp. 37, 43.

Susan Krane, “Equal Rights & Justice: Reflections on Rights,” catalog, Illustration, Center for African American History & Culture, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC, 1995, pp. 10.

Maurice Berger, “How Art Becomes History: Essays on Art, Society, and Culture in Post-New Deal America,” Illustration, Icon Press, New York, 1992, pp. 80.

David Pagel, “Voyage: Crisscross Science and Art,” The Los Angeles Times, August 6, 1992.

Calvin Reid, “Multi-Site Exhibition: Inside/Outside,” Art in America, Illustration, January 1991, pp. 56-63.

Lucy Lippard, Mixed Blessing: New Art in a Multicultured America, Illustration, Pantheon Books, New York, 1990.

“The Decade Show,” catalog, Illustration, New Museum, MoCHA, The Studio Museum in Harlem, 1990.

Eleanore Heartney, “Art in the ’90s: A Mixed Prognosis,” New Art Examiner, May 1990, pp. 24-26.

Lowery Stokes Sims, “The Mirror The Other, The Politics of Esthetics,” Art Forum, Illustration, March 1990, pp. 111-115.