Barton Lidice Benes, biography

Born Westwood, New Jersey, 1942. † New York, 2012.

 

 

EDUCATION

1960-61

Pratt institute, Brooklyn, New York

 

 

SELECTION OF SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2013

In Memory of Barton Lidice Benes, Galleri Andersson Sandström, Umeå

2010

Cohones, Galleri Andersson Sandström, Stockholm

2006 – 2007

New York, NY, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc., Repositoria

2004

Grand Forks, North Dakota, North Dakota Museum of Art, New Works by Barton Lidice Benes

2003

Switzerland, Basel, Galerie Gisele Linder, Barton Benes: Curiosa

2002

New York, NY, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc., Barton Lidice Benes: Curiosa.

 

Umeå, Sweden, Galleri Stefan Andersson, Barton Lidice Benes: Souvenirs.

2000-01

Borås, Sweden, Borås Konstmuseum. Reliquaries. Flyttades till Uppsala Konstmuseum, Uppsala, Sverige

 

Museokeskus Vapriikki, Tampere, Finland (catalogue).

1999-2000

Porto, Portugal, Galeria 111. Reliquarium. Galeria 111, Lissabon, Portugal.

1999

New York, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. Barton Benes: Reliquaries.

1998

Toronto, Canada, A Space. Spirited Away.

 

Umeå, Sverige, Galleri Stefan Andersson.

1997

Albuquerque, New Mexico, Coke Gallery, University of New Mexico Art Museum. Lethal Weapons.

1996

Prag, Tjeckien, Novomestska Radnice (New town hall)

1995

Lissabon, Portugal, Galeria III.

1994

Umeå, Sverige, Galleri Stefan Andersson, Lethal Weapons.

 

Lund, Sverige, Anders Tornberg gallery, Lethal Weapons.

 

Grand Forks, North Dakota, North Dakota Museum of Art. Money Madness.

1993

New York, White Columns. Lethal Weapons.

 

Grand Forks, North Dakota, North Dakota Museum of Art. Lethal Weapons.

1991

Chicago, Illinois, Hokin/Kaufinan Gallery.

1990

Stockholm, Sverige, Björn Olsson Gallery.

1989

Grand Forks, North Dakota, North Dakota Museum of Art.

1988

New York, Barbara Fendrick Gallery. Moneyworks.

1987

Washington, D.C., Fendrick Gallery

1986

Rohnert Park, Karlifonien, Sonoma State University. Moneyworks.

 

Moscow, Idaho, University of Idaho.

 

Los Angeles, Karlifonien, Feingarten Galleries. Misc.

 

New Orleans, Louisiana, Center of Contemporary Art.

 

Stockholm, Sweden, Galleri Zero.

1985

Albuquerque, New Mexico, Hoshour Gallery. Shrines.

 

Cleveland, Ohio, Federal Reserve Board. Master of Disguise.

 

Manhattan, Kansas, Strecker Gallery.

 

New York, Kathryn Markel Gallery. Graven Image.

 

Dallas, Texas, Federal Reserve Board. Master of Disguise.

 

New York, Craig Cornelius Galleri. Semi-Precious.

 

Chicago, Illinois, Hokin/Kaufman Gallery.

 

Lund, Sweden, Anders Tornberg Gallery. Requiem.

1984

St. Louis, Missouri, Brentwood Gallery.

 

Washington, D.C., Federal Reserve Board. Master of Disguise.

 

Richmond, Virginia, Reynolds/Minor Gallery. Moneyworks.

 

Coral Gables, Florida, Netsky Gallery. Moneyworks.

1983

Albuquerque, New Mexico, Hoshour Gallery. Souvenirs.

 

Washington, D.C., Fendrick Gallery. Money Matters.

 

New York, Kathryn Markel Gallery.

1982

Lund, Sverige, Anders Tornberg Gallery. Moneyworks.

 

New York, Kathryn Markel Gallery.

 

Sheboygan, Wisconsin, John Michael Kohler Arts Center. Ruins and Artifacts.

 

Stockholm, Sverige, Futura Gallery.

 

New York, P.M. & Stein Gallery. Shellworks.

 

Iowa City, Iowa, University of Iowa Museum of Art. Letters from Aunt Evelyn

 

and Other Artifacts.

1981

Dallas, Texas, Taylor Art.

1980

New York, Kathryn Markel Gallery.

 

Lund, Sverige, Galleriet. Stampworks.

1979

Washington, D.C., Fendrick Gallery. Ruins and Artifacts.

1978

Amsterdam, Holland, Stempelplaats. Rubberstamps Works.

1977

New York, Franklin Furnace. Bookworks.

 

Washington, D.C., Fendrick Gallery. Shell Shocked.

 

New Orleans, Louisiana, Bienville Gallery. Selectef Parts of Letters from My Aunt Evelyn.

1976

Princeton, New Jersey, Princeton Gallery of Fine Art.

1975

New York, Center for Book Arts. Letters from Aunt Evelyn.

 

Los Angeles, Karlifonien, Feingarten Galleries, Sculptured Books.

 

Los Angeles, Karlifonien, David Stuart Gallery. Sculptured Books.

1974

New York, Allan Stone Gallery. Sculptured Books.

1972

New Orleans, Louisiana, Bienville Gallery. Leather and Lace.

1967

Edinburgh, Skottland, Traverse Gallery. Edinburgh International Festival.

 

 

SELECTION OF GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2008

New York, NY, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc., Flow Chart, July 8- August 15

2007

Katonah, NY, Katonah:  Museum of Art, Tools as Art: The Hechinger Collection,

 

Yonkers, NY, Hudson River Museum, I WANT Candy: The Sweet Stuff in American Art

 

Flagstaff, AZ, Northern Arizona University Art Museum, Contemporary Reliquaries: Housing the momentos of Our Day, July 6 – October 20 (catalogue).

 

Charleston, WV, Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences of West Virginia, In the Realm of the Senses: Selections from the Collections of James Cottrell and Joseph Lovett

 

Ottawa, Canada, Bank of Canada, Sacred Money / Damned Money

 

East Islip, NY, Islip Art Museum, Making the Most of It

 

Ahlen,  Germany, Kunstmuseum Ahlen, Diagnosis [Art]: Contemporary Art Reflecting Medicine. Travelling to Museum im Kulturspeicher Wurzburg,

2006

Tallahassee, FL, Mary Brogan Museum of Art & Science, Currency: Art as Money / Money as Art (catalogue).

 

Portland, OR, Hoffman Gallery of Contemporary Art, Lewis & Clark College, Artists and Specimens: Documenting Contemporary Experience

 

New York, NY, Schroeder Romero, Money Changes Everything

 

Rochester, NY, Memorial Art Gallery, Extreme Materials

 

Washington DC, National Academy of Sciences, Museum Muses: Barton Lidice Benes and Justine Cooper

2005

New York, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. Group Exhibition: Gallery Artists

2005 - 2006

Quebec, canada, Musée de la civilisation, Argent Sacré, Sacré Argent!

2005

New York, Pavel Zoubok, COLLAGE: signs & surfaces.

2004 - 2005

Denver, CO, Museum of Contemporary Art, PILLish: Harsh Realities and Gourgeous Destinations.

 

Orlando, FL, Orlando Museum of Art, Co-Conspirators: Artist and Collector,

 

Selections from The Collection of James Cottrell and Joseph Lovett, Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, New Platz, NY, Chelsea Art Museum, New York

 

New York, NY, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. Group Show.

2003 - 2004

NY, NY, Museum of Art and Design, Triennial 9: Form and Contents: Corporal Identity - Body Language.

2003

Katonah, New York, The Katonah Museum of Art, Food Matters: Explorations in Contemporary Art. Exhibition catalougue (färg reproduction).

 

Napa, Karlifonien, COPIA The American Center for Wine Food & the Arts, Sweet Tooth.

2002 - 2003

Naples, Florida, Naples Museum of Art, Show Me the Money, the Dollar as Art.

 

Palm

 

Museum, Fresno Metropolitan Museum, Boston Federal Reserve.

2002

Los Angeles, Karlifonien, Post, Fake!

 

New York, New York, Pamela Auchincloss Project Space, Lysis: Profound Loss, Identity and Healing.

 

Brooklyn, New York, Jessica Murray Projects, Grotto.

 

Fresno, Karlifonien, The Conley Art Gallery, Carlifonia State University, Fresno, From Stone and Plate: Contemporary Prints from the Tamarind Institute.

 

New York, NY, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. New Year New York New York.

2001

New York, NY, Pavel Zoubok, Inc., Rupture & Revision: Collage in America.

 

San Francisco, CA, Carlifonia College of Arts and Crafts, Extra Art: A Survey of Artists’  Ephemera, 1960-1999

 

New York, NY, Senior & Shopmaker Gallery, A Private Reading: The Book as Image and Object. Continuing on as Selections From A Private Reading: The Book as Image and Object.

 

Ridgefield, CT, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Art at the Edge of the Law.

2000

New York, NY, Allan Stone Gallery. Fortieth Anniversary.

 

Washington, DC, Fine Arts Gallery, Federal Reserve Board Building, Money Making: The Fine Art of Currency at the Millennium.

 

Moscow, Russia, State Tretyakov Gallery, The View from Here.

1999 – 2000

Hartford, Connecticut, Real Art Ways, Bodies of Resistance, vidare till National Society

 

for Arts Gallery, Durban, South Africa.

1999

Greenwich, Connecticut, Bruce Museum of Arts and Science, The Art of Time.

1998

The Estate Project, Artists Living with HIV/AIDS hemsida presenterad på The Museum of Modern Art, World AIDS Day, The Virtual Collection.

1997

New York, The Nathan Cummings Foundation. Not Sacred.

 

Holland, Michigan, De Pree Gallery, Hope College. Searching for the Spiritual.

1996

Manchester, England, Cornerhouse Gallery, Nottingham, England, Nottingham Castle Museum; Walsall England, Walsall Museum. Brenda and Other Stories.

 

Umeå, Sverige. Umedalen Skulptur ’96.

 

New York, Curt Marcus Gallery. The Baseball Show.

 

New York, Beacon Hill Fine Art. Federal Reserve Collection.

 

New York, Beacon Hill Fine Art. Polities American Style: Issues and Images.

1995

Paris, France. FICA 1995.

 

Lissabon, Portugal, Cultural Art Fair.

 

Sao Paulo, Brazil, Galeria Millan. USA Within Limits.

 

Albuquerque, New Mexico, Albuquerque Museum of Art. Common Ground 1995.

 

Helsingfors, Finland, Galerie Anhava. Anders Tornberg Collection.

1994

Hagen, Tyskland, Ernst Osthaus Museum of Hagen. AIDS Theme.

 

New York, Plasma Space. Cultus.

 

Seattle, Washington, Greg Kucera Gallery. This is My Body.

 

Göteborg, Sverige, Göteborgs Konstmuseum. Love and Death.

 

New York, Lennon, Weinberg, Inc. Truth be Told: It’s All About Love.

 

New York, Stuart Levy Fine Art. Eros and Identity.

 

Honolulu, The University of Hawaii, Manoa Art Gallery. The Fifth International Shoebox Sculpture Exhibition.

 

Salina, Kansas, Salina Art Center. The Realm of the Coin Money in American Art, 1960-1990.

1993

Oslo, Norge, Heine-Onstad Kunstcenter. AIDS Theme.

 

Prag, Tjeckien, Galerie Vaclava Spaly. Exil V N.Y.

 

New York, Exit Art. The Design Show.

 

Bergen, Norge, Art Association of Bergen. AIDS Theme.

 

New York, White Columns. White Columns Update.

 

Washington, D.C., Nancy Drysdale Gallery. Sex-Money-Politics.

 

Palm Beach, Florida, Palm Beach Museum. Art-Money-Myth.

 

New York, Bernice Steinbaum Gallery. Group Exhibition.

 

The Realm of the Coin: Money in American Art, 1960-1990. Turnerande utställning: Fullerton Museum Center, Fullerton, Karlifonien; Hyde Collection, Glen Falls, New York; Harold Washington Library Center, Chicago, Illinois; Queens Museum, Flushing, New York.Miami Beach, Florida, Barbara Gillman Gallery. Group Exhibition.

1992

Paris, Frankrike, Bibliotheque Nationale. De Bonnard A Baselitz: Chefs-d’oevre de l’estampe du XXe Siecle.

 

Malmö, Sverige, Malmö Konsthall. The Schyls Collection.

 

Wichita, Kansas, Edwin A. Ulrich Museum of Art. Volumation: The Book as an Art Object.

 

Hartford, Connecticut, Wadsworth Athenaeum. Open Mind: The Sol Lewitt Collection.

 

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Susquehanna Art Museum. Fantasy and Dreams.

 

Hong Kong, Hong Kong Arts Center. Americana/1992.

 

Lund, Sverige, Anders Tornberg Gallery. All Words Suck.

 

Brookville, New York, Hillwood Art Museum, Long Island University. Egyptomania.

 

Paris, Frankrike, Galerie Caroline Corre. Le Livre Dans Tous Les Etats.

 

Austin, Texas, Laguna Gloria Art Museum. The Realm of the Coin: Money in American Art, 1960-1990.

1991

North Miami, Florida, Center For Contemporary Art. Collage/Unglued

 

New York, Art Advisory Service, Museum of Modern Art. In Flight

 

Lund, Sverige, Anders Tornberg Gallery, Spirit of the Shamin

 

Bryssel, Belgien, Sonia Berryer Gallery. Livres D’Artistes

 

Gainesville, Florida, Harn Museum of Art, university of Florida. Southeast Bank Collects: A Corporate, View of Contemporary Art

 

New York, ABC Headquarters. In Bloom

 

New York, The Gallery. Money Art? Reste vidare till Miami, Florida, Hokin Gallery och Scottsdale, Arizona, Elaine Horwitch Galleries.

 

New York, Hofstra University, Emily Lowe Gallery. The Realm of the Coin.

 

Rohnert Park, Karlifonien, University Art Gallery, Sonoma State University. Imagery Series

 

Collection: from Glen Ellen Winery.

1990

New York, Alternative Museum. Day of the Dead.

 

Madison, Wisconsin, University of Wisconsin. Fendrick at Foster.

 

Africa, Book Arts in the USA: Traveling show.

 

Lund, Sverige, Anders Tornberg Gallery. Round About, About Round.

 

Chicago, Illinois, Hokin/Kaufman Gallery. On Paper.

 

New York, Barbara Fendrick Gallery. The Book as Art/The Book in Art.

 

Washington, D.C., National Museum of American Art. New Acquisitions.

 

Washington, D.C., National Building Museum. Tools As Art: The Hechinger Collection.

 

Berkeley, Karlifonen, Simon James Gallery, Group exhibition.

 

Yonkers, New York, Hudson River Museum. Nature of the Beast.

 

New York, Solo Gallery, Prints.

 

Stockholm, Sverige, Björn Olsson Gallery, New York Works.

 

Bayside, New York, Queensborough Community College Art Gallery,

 

Book Arts-Sculpture Work.

 

Lund, Sverige, Anders Tornberg Gallery. Object of Thought.

1988

Albuquerque, New Mexico, Albuquerque Museum. Common Ground 88.

 

New York, Longwood Arts Gallery, Bronx Council on the Arts. Rooms with a View.

 

Grand Forks, North Dakota, North Dakota Museum of Art. Contemporary Book Art.

 

New York, L.I.N.T.A.S, Worldwide Headquarters. Razzle” Dazzle!.

1987

Sheboygan, Wiscounsin, Kohler Arts Center. Paper 88.

 

Chicago, Illinois, Hokin/Kaufman Gallery. Small Works.

 

Paris, Frankrike, Galerie Caroline Corre. Le Livre Dans Tour Les Etats:Traveling Exhibition.

 

New York, Stux Gallery, The Glitering Prize.

 

New York, Crown Point Press, Prints in Parts.

 

River Falls, Wisconsin, University of Wisconsin, Contemporary Book Arts.

 

Tulsa, Oklahoma, The Philbrook Museum, The Eloquent Object.

1986

Cleveland, Ohio, The Cleveland Museum, Paper Now: Bent Molded and Manipulated.

 

Köpenhamn, Danmark, Brandts Pakhas Gallery, Pay Attention: 14 Americans.

 

Rockford, Illinois, Rockford Art Museum, Obsessive Expressions.

 

Wilmington, Delaware, Delaware Art Museum, Corporations Collect.

 

Palm Beach, Florida, Hokin Art Galleries, Group Exhibition.

 

New Orleands, Louisiana, Contemporary Arts Center, The Fine Art of Making Money.

 

Lund, Sverige, Anders Tornberg Gallery, Face It.

1985

New York, New York University, Grey Gallery, Precious.

 

New York, Queensborough Community and Albright Colleges. The Parodic Power of Popular Art.

 

Huntington, New York, Heckscher Museum, Sights for Small Eyes.

 

Paris, Frankrike, Centre Pompidou, Livres D’Artistes.

 

New York, Avenue B Gallery, Assemblages – The Definitive Assemblage Show. Woodstock, New York, Kleinart Arts Center, Group Exhibition.

 

Paramus, New Jersey, The Bergen Museum of Art and Science, Collage, the State of the Art

 

Newark, New Jersey, Rutgers University, Robeson Center Gallery, Books as Sculpture.

1984

Sheboygan, Wisconsin, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Remains to Be Seen.

 

New York, New York Public Library, Center for Book Arts: 10th Anniversary.

 

Norfolk, Virginia, Chrysler Museum, Precious.

 

Cleveland, Ohio, Cleveland Museum, Book Artists Have Made.

 

Munich, Tyskland, Renate Fassbender Gallery, Fluxist.

 

Paris, Frankrike, Galerie Caroline Corre, Group Exhibition.

 

Albuquerque, New Mexico, Hoshour Gallery, Noir & Blanc & Rouge.

 

Malmö, Sverige, Malmö Konsthall, Koks-Konster.

 

Los Angeles, Karlifonen, Newspace, Money in Art.

 

Lund, Sverige, Galleriet, Black and White.

1983

Madison Wisconsin, Elevehjem Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin, Breaking the Bindings: American Book Art Now.

 

Malmö, Sverige, Malmö Konsthall, Food Art.

 

New Britian, Conneticut, New Britain Museum of American Art, Fragment/Fragmentary/Fragmentation.

 

Paris, Frankrike, Center National Des Arts Plastiques, Noeuds & Ligatures.

1982

Paris, Frankrike, Grand Palais, Salon du Livres.

 

New York, Marisa Del Rey Gallery, Found Objects.

 

White Plains, New York, White Plains Public Library, The Museum Gallery, Stories Your Mother Never Told You.

1981

New York, The Queens Museum, The Book: 7 Artists, 7 Visions.

 

Washington, D.C., Renwick Gallery, National Museum of American Art, Animal Image.

 

New York, Alternative Museum. Icons, Logos – Word As Image.

 

Los Angeles, Karlifonien, Craft and Folk Art Museum, The Mas as Metaphor.

 

Lund, Sverige, Galleriet, Vakna!.

 

Reading, Pennsylvania, Albright College, Freedman Gallery, Messages.

1980

Richmond, Virginia, Institute of Contemporary Art, The Virginia Museum, Decorative Fabricators.

 

Yarnamo, Sverige, Gallery Liljan, New York Today.

 

Miami, Florida, Florida International University, Other Media.

 

Newark, New Jersey, Newark Public Library, The Book.

1979

Dayton, Ohio, The Dayton Art Institute, Patterns +.

 

London, England, Victoria and Albert Museum, The Open and Closed Book.

 

Boulder, Colorado, University of Colorado, Mail Etc., Art.

 

New York, Arthur A. Houghton, Jr. Gallery, The Copper Union, Bookmakers.

1978

Greensboro, North Carolina, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Art on Paper.

 

Los Angeles, Karlifonien, Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art, Bookworks.

 

Amsterdam, Holland, Stempelplaats, Bookworks.

 

Portland, Maine, Westbrook College, The Art of the Printed Book.

1977

Buffalo, New York, Albright-Knox Gallery, Artists Books.

 

Washington, D.C., Fendrick Gallery, The American Table.

 

La Jolla, Karlifonien, Mandeville Art Gallery, University of Carlifonia,

 

San Diego, The Artists’ Book.

 

 

GRANTS

2001

Invited Printmaker, Hand Print Workshop, Alexandria, VA

2000

Invited Printmaker, Hand Print Workshop, Alexandria, VA

1997

Invited Printmaker, Tamarind Institute, Albuquerque, New Mexico

1991

Invited Printmaker, Tamarind Institute, Albuquerque, New Mexico

1988

Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant

1983

Vorhees Grant for Printmaking, Rutgers University, New Jersey

1982

Ariana Foundation For the Arts Grant for Mixed Media

1978

C.A.P.S. Grant for Graphics, New York State Council on the Arts

 

 

 

SELECTED COLLECTIONS

 

Agnelli Collection, Turin, Italien

 

Albuquerque Museum, Albuquerque, New Mexico

 

Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, Frankrike

 

Bank of America, San Francisco, Karlifonien.

 

Bank of Montreal, Chicago, Illinois

 

Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts, Racine, Wisconsin

 

Chase Manhattan Bank, New York

 

Chemical Bank, Wilmington, Delaware

 

Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois

 

Coca-Cola Corporation, Atlanta, Georgia

 

Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware

 

Federal Reserve Board, Washington, D.C.

 

General Electric Corporation, New York

 

Greensville County Museum of Art, Greensville, South Carolina

 

Kent State University, Kent, Ohio

 

Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

 

Hofstra Museum, Hemstead, New York

 

3M Corporation, St. Paul, Minnesota

 

Malmö Museum, Malmö, Sverige

 

McGill University, Rare Book Library, Montreal, Kanada

 

Merrill Lynch, Princeton, New Jersey

 

Morgan Stanley Corporation, Tokyo

 

Museum of Fine Arts, Racine, Wisconsin

 

Museum of Modern Art, New York

 

National Gallery, Canberra, Australien

 

National Museum of American Art, Washington, D.C.

 

New York Public Library, New York

 

North Dakota Museum of Art, Grand Forks, North Dakota

 

Price Waterhouse Corporation, New York

 

Princeton University, New Brunswick, New Jersey

 

Prudential Insurance, Newark, New Jersey

 

Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey

 

Ruth and Marvin Sackner Archive of Concrete and Visual Poetry, Miami, Florida

 

Sol Lewitt Collection, Chester, Conneticut

 

University of Iowa Museum of Art, Iowa City

 

University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico

 

Wachmeister Collection, Sverige

 

 

 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

”Artists use food as a theme at Katonah Museum of Art.” Antiques & the Arts Weekly, Augusti 15, 2003.

 

Barton Lidice Beenes, Souvenirs (katalog), Galleri Stefan Andersson, 2002.

 

Barton Lidice Benes, Curiosa, introduction by John Berendt, Abrams, 2002

 

“Cremation Sensation.” POZ, December 1996-Januari 1997.

 

”Theaters of the Absurd.” Art & Antiques, March 1992.

 

Brier, Bob, The Encyclopedia of Mummys, Facts On File, Inc., 1998.

 

Brody, Jacqueline. “On and Off the Wall: Barton Benes.” (Intervju) The Print Collectors Newsletter. Jan-Feb 1979, Vol. IX, No. 6.

 

Cembalest, Robin. “Money Man.” Artnews, November 1998.

 

Coller, Barbara “Lethal Weapons of Barton Benes.” Artes & Leiloes, #19.

 

Constantine, Mildred and Laurel Reuter. “Whole Cloth.” The Monacelli Press, 1997.

 

Cotter, Holland. “Gay Pride (and Anguish) Around the Galleries.” The New York Times, Juni 24.

 

Cox, Meg. “Barton Benes Shows It Does Take Money to Make Money.” The Wall Street Journal, 6 Augusti, 1984.

 

“Cut the Ribbons.” The Guardian, 15 Mars, 1996.

 

De Larminat, Max-Henri. Objectivites en Derive. (Katalog) Centre Georges Pompidou, 1984.

 

Devon, Marge, Tamarind: Forty Years. University of New Mexico Press, 2000.

 

Digby, John and Joan, The Collage Handbook, Thames and Hudson, 1985.

 

Dinoto, Andrea. “Corporal Identity.” American Craft, April/Maj 2004.

 

Extra Art: A Survey of Artists’ Ephemera, 1960-1999, CCAC, Smart Press, 2001.

 

Faust, Lily. “Corporal Identity: Body Language.” TheNewYorkArtWorld.com, January 2004.

 

Flemming, Lee. “Galleries: Sex, Money, Politics.” The Washington Post, 9 Oktober, 1993.

 

“Food matters at Katonah Museum of Art.” Lewisboro Ledger, 14 Augusti, 2003.

 

Forbes, Romylly B. “The Art of the Taboo.” A & U January 1998.

 

Genoccio, Benjamin. “An Exhibit Stocked with More Food than many Parties.” New York Times Westchester County Edition, 31 Augusti, 2003.

 

Glaubinger, Jane. Paper Now. Katalog från The Cleveland Museum of Art, 1986.

 

Glueck, Grace. “Celebrating the Flesh: Its Fullness, Its Frailties, Its Forbidden Secrets.” The New York Times, 5 December, 2003.

 

Glueck, Grace. “Review: Barton Benes.” The New York Times, 4 Mars, 1983.

 

“Religion Makes an Impact as a Theme in Today’s Art.” The New York Times, 7 April, 1985.

 

Goley, Mary Anne. Masters of Disguise. The Federal Reserve Board.

 

Money Making: The Fine Art of Currency at the Millennium. The Federal Reserve Board.

 

Gouveia, Georgette. “Culinary arts: Area Museums offering much food for thought.” Journal News, Söndag, 24 Augusti, 2003.

 

Groff, David, The Passion of Barton Benes, Photographed by Nan Goldin, POZ Magazine, Augusti 1999.

 

Haglund, Elisabet. Barton Lidice Benes Reliquaries. (Katalog) Borås Konstmuseum, 1999.

 

Hamill, Pete. Tools as Art, Harry Abrams, Inc.

 

Henry, Gerrit. “Barton Lidice Benes.” Art in America, Juni 1985.

 

Johnson, Ken. ”Barton Lidice Benes,” The New York Times, 26 Juni, 1999.

 

“Kampfums Leben.” Spiegel Special, 1998, #7.

 

Kirby, David. “Artist’s Exhibition on Pain of AIDS is Not Sacred.” The New York Times, 17 Augusti, 1997.

 

Knight, Sam. ”I Am My Own Curator.” The New York Times, 6 Februari, 2005.

 

Korotkin, Joyce B. “Barton Lidice Benes.” M-The New York Art World, September 1999.

 

Lewis, Jo Ann. “Aunt Evelyn’s Letters.” Artnews, Mars 1980.

 

Lucie-Smith, Edward. American Art Now, William Morrow and Co., Inc. 1985.

 

MacAdam, Barbara A. “Corporal Identity – Body Language.” ARTnews, April 2004.

 

McDermott, Stephen W. ”Curiosity Cabinets.” Gay City News, 28 Febrari, 2003.

 

Moeglin-Delcroix, Anne. Livres d’Artistes. Centre Georges Pompidou, 1985.

 

Moser, Joann, Dr., A View from Here (Handprint Workshop in Perspective), katalog, 2000.

 

Pacheco, Patrick, “Lightening Up: Humour as a Weapond Against AIDS.” Los Angeles Times, 21 Augusti, 1993.

 

“No Stone Unturned.” Arts and Antiques, November 1995.

 

Plemmons, Chesley. “Edibles, artifice and ego explored in ‘Food Matters’.” The News Times, 24 September, 2003.

 

Reuter, Laurel. Lethal Weapons. North Dakota Museum of Art, 1993.

 

Shell, Marc. Art and Money. University of Chicago Press, 1995.

 

Sliwka, Rose. The Object as Poet. Smithsonian Institute Press, 1977.

 

Stapp, Duane. “Barton Benes.” Arts Magazine, Juni 1980.

 

Tastemakers, Barton Benes, Food and Wine Magazine, Juni 2001.

 

Valdez, Sarah. “Outlaws in Art Land.” Art in America, November 2001.

 

Walker, Richard. “Inside the Art Market.” Art News, November 1988 (avbildad på omslaget).

 

Wettre, Håkan. Life and Death. Göteborgs Konstmuseum, 1994.

 

White, Peter T. The Power of Money. National Geographic, Januari 1993.

     

 

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