Frances Barth


David Brody, "Nothing Forced Yet Nothing Lax: Frances Barth in Bushwick," artcritical, December 7, 2017 Joan Waltemath, "FRANCES BARTH: Scale, Economy and Unnamable Color," The Brooklyn Rail, 2010 Karen Wilkin, "Barth Ranges Wide," Art in America, October 2006 Barbara O'Brien, "Beneath the Surface," catalogue by Montserrat College of Art, 2001 David Moos, "Dimension," Art Papers, Mar/Apr 2000
Corinne Robins, "The Pluralist Era," 1984, p.186-188 J. Bowyer Bell, "New Paintings," Review, May 1997 Richard Kalina, "Frances Barth at E.M. Donahue," Art in America, October 1994 Karen Wilkin, "At the Galleries," Partisan Review I, 1992, p. 111 Smith, Roberta, "Galleries Paint a Brighter Picture for Women,"The New York Times April 14, 1989, page C-1
Karen Wilkin,"Frances Barth," "Scale, Economy, and Unnamable Color," Sundaram Tagore Gallery, NY, 2010 Karen Wilkin, "Extreme Possibilities," The Painting Center, NY, 2009 Roberta Smith, "Portfolio: A Celebration of Women Artists," Ambiance Magazine, 1979, p.86 Barbara O'Brien, "Being and Belief: The Paintings of Frances Barth," Dartmouth College, NH, 2005 Marjorie Welish, "Frances Barth: Paintings," Tomoko Liguori Gallery, NY, 1989