New Sculpture Exhibition at Berkeley Art Center,” Berkeley Daily Gazette, July 11, 1969 (Review and Reproduction).

“McFarlin and Slusky,” Westart, August 1, 1969 (Review and Reproduction).

Miriam Dungan Cross, Oakland Tribune, August 3, 1969 (Review).

Thomas Albright, San Francisco Chronicle, July 11, 1970 (Review).

“Simonds and Slusky,” Westart, February 16, 1973 (Review and Reproduction).

Thomas Albright, “It’s the Simple Things that Count,” San Francisco Chronicle, February 23, 1983 (Review).

Judith L. Dunham, “Simonds and Slusky,” Artweek, March 3, 1973 (Review and Reproduction).

Alfred Frankenstein, “Comedies in Scrap Metal,” San Francisco Chronicle, July 25, 1974 (Review and Reproduction).

Dwight Johnson, “Gallery’s ‘First-Show’ Project a Remarkable Display of Beauty,” Palo Alto Times, July 26, 1974 (Review and Reproduction).

City Magazine (San Francisco), August 21-September 3, 1974 (Mention and Reproduction).

Thomas Albright, “The Art Festival is Blooming,” San Francisco Chronicle, September 24, 1974 (Mention).

“Art on the Move,” The Daily Review (Hayward), December 3, 1974 (Mention and Reproduction).

“Hayward Festival of the Arts,” The Daily Review (Hayward), May 15, 1975, (Mention and Reproduction).

Artweek, May 17, 1975 (Mention and Reproduction).

Greg Hartmann, “Anybody Want a Half-Ton Work of Art,” The Daily Review Hayward), June 10, 1975 (Article and Reproduction).

Thomas Albright, “Delightful Sculpture and Outstanding Collages,” San Francisco Chronicle, August 23, 1975 (Review and Reproduction).

Charles Shere, “Richmond Art Center Sculpture Show is a Joy,” Oakland Tribune, August 31, 1975 (Review).

Judith L. Dunham, “Contemporary California Sculpture,” Artweek, September 13, 1975 (Review and Reproduction).

“San Francisco Has No City Limit—,” Advertising Age, February 16, 1976 (Reproduction).

Artes Visuales Magazine, July, 1976 (Mention and Reproduction).

Paul Allman, “A Richmond Visit by Art Who?,” The Independent and Gazette (Richmond), June 26, 1967 (Review).

Thomas Albright, “A Strong Sculptor Getting Stronger,” San Francisco Chronicle, July 19, 1976 (Review).

“Berkeley Drivers Seeing Things,” Oakland Tribune, October 7, 1977.

“City Hall Sculpture,” The Independent and Gazette (Richmond), October 11, 1977 (Mention and Reproduction).

Thomas Albright, “No Hodgepodge Approach for this Ethnic Exhibition,” San Francisco Chronicle, November 18, 1977 (Review).

Thomas Albright, “Large Sculpture Exhibition in an Adequate Space,” San Francisco Chronicle, November 23, 1977 (Review).

Judith L. Dunham, “Visibility for Bay Area Sculpture,” Artweek, December 3, 1977 (Review and Reproduction).

Gay Morris, “Palo Alto Art Gallery Doubles the Viewing Experience,” Palo Alto Times, December 19, 1977 (Reproduction).

Ruud Van der Veer, “Sculptors at Ohlone,” Oakland Tribune, January 18, 1978 (Review and Reproduction).

“Ohlone Exhibit,” The Daily Review (Hayward), February 3, 1978 (Mention and Reproduction).

Thomas Albright, “A Diverse, Mostly Unrewarding Sculpture Show,” San Francisco Chronicle, May 20, 1978 (Review).

Tom Cervenak, “Four Sculptural Styles,” Artweek, May 27, 1978 (Review and Reproduction).

Joanne Dickson, “Trio of Sculptors Reveal Rich Variety of Approach,” Palo Alto Times, July 21, 1978 (Review and Reproduction).

Charles Shere, “Some Gallery Art Shows Installed Here and There,” Oakland Tribune, October 22, 1978 (Review).

Susan E. Eason, “Gestures in Two and Three Dimensions,” Artweek, November 11, 1978 (Review).

Thomas Albright, “New ‘School’ of Sculpture with Grace and Delicacy,” San Francisco Chronicle, March 7, 1979 (Mention).

“Points of View,” The Press Democrat (Sonoma), April 27, 1979 (Review and Reproduction).

Artweek, May 12, 1979 (Mention and Reproduction).

Rick Glaze, “Thirty Years of Recent Sculpture Represented in Syntex Exhibition,” Palo Alto Weekly, December 6, 1979 (Review).

Mollie O’Neil, “Materiality and Illusion,” Artweek, May 31, 1980 (Review).

Andy Brumer, “Marina Mall’s Crowning Touch,” The Independent and Gazette (Richmond), July 27, 1981 (Article and Reproduction).

Robert Atkins, “Trends, Traditions and Dirt: The Current State of Art in Northern California,” Laka Journal, Winter, 1981 (Mention).

“Artwork by Sculptors at Hyde,” The Argus, July 29, 1982 (Mention and Reproduction).

Karen Oliphant, “Sculpture Unifies Life,” The Argus, August 5, 1982 (Article and Reproduction).

Beth Coffelt, “Public Art (Part 2),” Living – The Magazine of the San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle, August 8, 1982 (Mention).

Janice Ross, “Peninsula Exhibits Join into Spirit of Sculpture Conference,” Tribune/Today, August 9, 1982 (Mention).

Andy Brumer, “Like a Ruddy Man Who Reads No Book,” The Berkeley Monthly, November 1982 (Article and Reproduction).

Kathleen Bonner, “Sculpture ’82 Sonoma State University,” Images and Issues, Nov/Dec 1982 (Mention and Reproduction).

Sandy Ballatore, “Sculpture by the Bay: Dominate or Integrate,” Images and Issues, Nov/Dec 1982 (mention and Reproduction).

Johanna Drucker, “Construction and Reverie: The Work of Joe Slusky,” Concrete: Journal of the CED, U.C.B., Vol. 17, No. 6, 1984 (Article and Reproduction).

Carol Fowler, “Exhibit Will Enhance Broadway Plaza,” Contra Costa Times, August 15, 1984 (Mention).

“Joseph Slusky – Sculpture and Drawings,” City Scene Fall 1984, (Publication of Walnut Creek Civic Arts Gallery) (Article and Reproduction).

James Crite, “Tale of a Prior Conquest,” The Santa Fe Reporter, September 5, 1984 (Mention and Reproduction).

William Dunning, “Puppetry, Dance Used to Depict Aztec’s Fall,” Santa Fe New Mexican, September 7, 1984 (Mention and Reproduction).

David Bell, “Conquest of Mexico Lacks Cohesiveness,” Journal North, September 12, 1984 (Mention and Reproduction).

Carol Fowler, “Surprising Installments from Slusky,” Contra Costa Times, September 17, 1984 (Review).

Dale Johnson, “Vitalism: The Reason Beyond Question,” High Frontiers, Spring 1985 (article and reproduction).

Thomas Albright, “The Art of the San Francisco Bay Area 1945-1980,” University of California Press, 1985 (Mention).

De Tram, “Artist Joe Slusky Sculpts New Meaning out of Life,” Millbrae Sun, May 22, 1985 (Article and Reproduction).

Scott Bushman, “Celebration of Water,” Millbrae, Burlingame Recorder-Progress, July 6, 1985 (Article and Reproduction).

S.G. Parker, “Sculpture Redefined,” The Daily Californian, July 10, 1985 (Mention).

Ira Kamin, “3 Chanukah Exhibit Artists Talk about Selves, Their Work,” The Northern California Jewish Bulletin, November 1, 1985 (Mention and Reproduction).

Chiori Santiago, “Art and the Evolution of Things,” The Daily Californian, March 19, 1986 (Article: Interview and Reproductions).

Victoria Powers, “Contrasts of Concept and Form,” Artweek, March 29, 1986 (Mention and Reproduction).

Robin Worthington, “Sculptors Showing Work at 2 Galleries,” San Jose Mercury News, April 1, 1987, (Review and Reproduction).

Jamie Brunson, “Joseph Slusky: Rendezvous, 1987,” Artweek, January 16, 1988 (Mention and Reproduction).

Patricia Albers, “Shades of Bright,” Metro/Santa Clara Valley’s Weekly, January 21-27, 1988 (Review).

Roger Yim, “Artnotes,” The Oakland Tribune, California, March 15, 1988 (Mention and Reproduction).

“Sculptor Joseph Slusky Provides Authentic Props for Black Comedy”, Benicia Herald, June 8, 1988 (Article).

“Black Comedy,” Contra Costa Times/Time Out, June 10, 1988 (Mention).

Carol Fowler, “Gallery Concord Opens with Diversity,” Contra Costa Times, December 21, 1988 (Mention).

Carol Fowler, “A Closer Look at Artistic Variety,” Contra Costa Times, August 15, 1989 (Review).

The Arts Commission of San Francisco, “San Francisco Civic Art Collection: A Guided Tour to Publicly Owned Art of the City and County of San Francisco,” 1984 (Listing and Reproduction).

Colleen Whalen, “Corinthian Caboose — Only $5,000 Bucks!,” Holy Names Courier, March 14, 1990 (Article and Reproduction).

Herb Childress, “The Making of a Mark,” Places: A Quarterly Journal of Environmental Design, Fall 1990 (Mention and Reproduction).

Zahid Sardar, “Ode to Mexico,” San Francisco Examiner Image Magazine, Feb. 10, 1991 (Mention and Reproductions).

Miriam de Uriarte, “Bacon and Art, Sunny-Side Up,” The East Bay Express, February 22, 1991 (Article and Mention).

Harriet Swift, “Kaffee Klatsch,” The Oakland Tribune, February 24, 1991 (Article and Mention).

Amy Harrell, “Kennedy Art Gallery Opens: The Breakfast Group is Latest Show,” Holy Names Courier, March 6, 1991 (Article and Mention).

Marina Gordon, “David Baker: Terra Futura,” S.F.: The Magazine of Design and Style, February 1992 (Mention and Reproductions).

Roberta Seabury, “Summertime in the Valley is No Longer Slow Time,” San Ramon Valley Times, June 5, 1992 (Review).

Chiori Santiago, “Weekend/Exhibit,” Oakland Tribune, October 16, 1992 (Review and Reproduction).

“Time Out/Calendar,” Contra Costa Times, October 16, 1992 (Mention and Reproduction).

Dorothy Bowen, “Arts and Entertainment,” Contra Costa Sun, October 28, 1992 (Review and Reproduction).

Christine Billecci, “After the Carnival’s Over: Painted Metal at the Contract Design Center,” Artweek, November 5, 1992 (review and mention).

Herb Caen, “The Walking Caen,” (Herb Caen Classics, First Appeared on February 8, 1970) San Francisco Chronicle, February 6, 1994 (Reference to Sculpture Installation at MBT Architects).

Andy Brumer, “Joe Slusky: The Fluidity of Feeling and the Solidity of Form,” Visions Art Quarterly, Spring 1994 (Profile Article with Reproductions).

Jolene Thym, “Putting Sculpture Out to Pasture,” The Oakland Tribune, August 14, 1994 (Mention and Reproduction).

Chin Hyong Park, “New Sculptures Mark Waterfront,” The Daily Californian, September 20, 1994 (Mention).

Peter Mustell, “Women Sculptors Join Male Counterparts in Show,” The Piedmonter, October 18, 1994 (Review and Mention).

Chip Sullivan, “Drawing the Landscape,” Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1995 (Mention and Reproductions).

Diana Ketchun, “Double Vision,” Elle Decor Magazine, April/May 1996 (Mention and Reproduction).

Zahid Sadar, “Spatial Geometry,” San Francisco Examiner Magazine, September 22, 1996 (Mention and Reproduction).

“The State of Art,” The Quarterly (Holy Names College) Winter, 1996 (Mention and Reproduction).

“Soul Search-Psychedelic and Cheerful,” Kultur-Sachsische Tages Zeitung, June 29, 1996 (Review and Reproduction).

“Art Objects by Joseph Slusky,” Thuringer Allgemeine, June, 30, 1996 (Mention and Reproduction).

Von Brigitte Peukert, “Bizarre Sculptures in Powerful Colors: Joseph Slusky Exhibits for the First Time in Germany,” Erfurt-Thuringer Landeszeitung, July 23, 1996 (Review and Reproduction).

Angela Hill, “Kinetic Sculpture Goes Berserk-ley,” The Oakland Tribune, September 30, 1996 (Article and Mention).

Victoria Dalkey, “Absurdists’-Eye Views,” The Sacramento Bee, July 13, 1997 (Review and Reproduction).

Marilyn Moyle, “Sculpture Tour at the Artery and John Natsoulas Gallery,” The Davis Enterprise, July 21, 1997 (Review and Reproductions).

Chuck Squatriblia and Herman Bustamante, Jr., “The Artist Has a Soft Spot for Metal” and “Cultivating a Playful Eye for Art,” The Sunday Times/West Contra Costa Edition, January 4, 1998 (Profile Article and Reproductions).

Steven Jenkins, “Previews” (Robert Simons and Joseph Slusky), Artweek, February 1998 (Review and Reproduction).

Kathleen Pethoud, “Art Gallery Spring Exhibit,” The Pirates’ Log: A Publication for the Modesto Junior College Community, March 5, 1998 (Article and Reproductions).

Diana Stockton, “Art Review: A Show of Sculpture in St. Helena,” The St. Helena Star, April 29, 1998 (Review).

Philip Linhares, “Bay Area Sculptors Group Exhibition IV: Abstraction,” Newsletter from the Oakland Museum of California, June 18, 1998 (Curatorial Statement).

Jolene Thym, “Sculpture Court Shows Off Its Eclectic Collection,” The Oakland Tribune, July 3, 1998 (Review).

“Addition by Abstraction,” San Francisco Chronicle (East Bay/Out and About Section), July 31, 1998 (Mention and Reproduction).

William Wareham, “Shooting from the Hip,” Pacific Rim Sculptures Group News, August 1998 (Review).

Sardar/Peterson, “San Francisco Modern: Interior Architecture and Design,” Chronicle Books, Fall/October, 1998 (Mentioned).

Andy Brumer, “Joseph Slusky: Sculptures,” Catalog Essay from “Joseph Slusky: Sculpture Survey 1978 – 1998” (Oakland Museum of California Sculpture Court at City Center) January 18 – May 15, 1999.

George Lloyd, “Slusky in the Context of Modernist Tradition,” Catalog Essay from “Joseph Slusky: Sculpture Survey 1978 – 1998” (Oakland Museum of California Sculpture Court at City Center) January 18 – May 15, 1999.

“Calendar Listing,” The Oakland Tribune, January 19, 1999 and January 29, 1999 (Exhibition Announcement).

“Datebook Listing,” San Francisco Sunday Examiner & Chronicle, January 24, 1999 (Exhibition Announcement).

Andy Brumer, “Joe Slusky and Chip Sullivan: Drawings,” Catalog Essay from “Drawing Without Models: Weigand Gallery, College of Notre Dame, Belmont, California,” January 26 – February 27, 1999.

“Faculty Drawings Showcased at Wurster Hall Gallery,” Berkeleyan, January 27 – February 2, 1999 (Illustration & Announcement).

“Calendar Listing,” Oakland Museum of California Calendar, January/February 1999, March/April 1999, May/June 1999 (Reproduction and Announcement).

Jack Foley, “Better Living Through Alchemy,” Express: The East Bay’s Free Weekly, March 12 – March 18, 1999 (Article and Reproduction).

Chiori Santiago, “Metal Gymnastics: The Art of Joe Slusky,” The Museum of California (Magazine), Spring 1999 (Article with Color Reproductions).

Jolene Thym, “Berkeley Sculptor’s Works – Fossilizations of Thought,” The Oakland Tribune, March 19, 1999 (Article and Reproduction).

Matthew S. Bajko, “Cities Looking Toward New Artistic Endeavors,” Contra Costa Sun, March 31, 1999 (Mention and Reproduction).

Linh Hang, “Artist Sculpts His Dreams: Twenty Years of Work on Display at Oakland Museum,” The Daily Californian, April 27, 1999 (Article and Reproduction).

Daily Planet Staff, “Artist’s Work Shown at Festival Headquarters,” Berkeley Daily Planet, May 5, 1999 (Article and Reproduction).

“Painted Steel Sculpture,” Inside Design, July/August 1999 (Announcement and Reproduction).

“Making Change: 100 Artists Interpret The Tzedakah Box,” Catalog for the Exhibition at the Jewish Museum San Francisco, Nov. 14, 1999 – January 23, 2000 (Essays and Reproductions).

Rona Marech, “The Art of Conversation” (Breakfast Group at Sconehenge Caf�), San Francisco Chronicle (East Bay Friday Section), February 4, 2000 (Article and Reproductions).

Mick La Salle, “The Beauty and Heartbreak of Baseball,” San Francisco Chronicle, April 25, 2000 (Article and Reproductions).

Jack Foley, “Some Bay Area Artists” (Articles on The Oakland Museum Sculpture Court Show and The Wiegand Gallery “Drawing Without Models” Show), Foley’s Books: California Rebels, Beats and Radicals (Pantograph Press), May 2000.

“Making Change: Reinterpreting the Act of Charity in Jewish Culture and Faith,” Spirituality and Health, Fall 2000 (Article and Color Reproductions).

Annie Tennant, “Designing on Campus: Nezar Alsayad and the New Center for Middle Eastern Studies,” CED News (University of California Berkeley/College of Environmental Design), Fall 2000 (Mention and Reproduction).

Autumn Phillips, “Two Friends, Artists Leave Their Mediums to Draw Together,” The Times Record (Maine), November 2, 2000 (Article and Reproduction).

Jenna Russell, “Caress of Steel: George Lloyd and Joe Slusky,” The Portland Phoenix (Maine), November 3, 2000 (Review).

Edgar Allen Beem, “Art With a Light Touch” (George Lloyd and Joe Slusky: Water colors and Drawings of the 90’s), Maine Times, November 9, 2000 (Review and Reproduction).

Philip Isaacson, “Pairing of Artists Provokes, Stimulates,” Maine Sunday Telegraph, November 12, 2000 (Review and Reproductions).

Chip Johnson, “Oakland Puts Some Swagger in its Step,” San Francisco Chronicle (East Bay), January 30, 2001 (Article and Mention).

“Local Artists Collaborating on Oakland Fountain Sculpture,” The Berkeley Voice, February 2, 2001 (Article).

Marian Liu, “3 Sculptures Compete for Ogawa Plaza: Top Entries, by Local Artists, On Public Display in City Hall,” The Oakland Tribune (City Side), February 5, 2001 (Article and Reproduction).

Janine De Fao, “Oakland Art a Fount of Debate: Sculptures Vie for Spot in Oakland,” San Francisco Chronicle (East Bay), February 5, 2001 (Article and Reproduction).

“Joseph Slusky,” Berkeleyan (A Newspaper for Faculty and Staff at the University of California, Berkeley), February 14-20, 2001 (Announcement).

“Bay Area Selections – Jewelry/Metal Arts”, The San Francisco Bay Guardian, June 27 – July 3, 2001 (Mention).

Monique Beeler, “Steel with a Twist at Richmond Art Center,” The Oakland Tribune, July 27, 2001 (Review and Mention).

Erica Pedersen, “Bending Bureaucracy: Sculpture at the City’s Craft and Cultural Arts Gallery,” Urbanview, October 3 – October 9, 2001 (Review and Reproduction).

“Some Assembly Required,” West Count Times (Contra Costa), July 17, 2002 (Mention and Reproduction).

“Science Meets the Arts,” Contra Costa Times, July 25, 2002 (Mention and Reproduction).

Brandy Underwood, “Sculpture Gives Plaza a Colorful Centerpiece,” The Berkeley Voice, July 26, 2002 (Article and Reproduction).

Brandy Underwood, “Sculpture Gives Plaza a Colorful Centerpiece,” The Berkeley Voice, July 26, 2002 (Article and Reproductions).

Mark Tristan, “Sun Sculpture,” Berkeley Daily Planet, October 2, 2002 (Mention and Reproduction).

Leah Barvels, “Fossilizing Imagination,” San Mateo Daily Journal, January 24-25, 2004 (Article and Reproductions).

Jakob Schiller, “Calliope Shines Again at Marine Mall,” Berkeley Daily Planet, October 29-November 1, 2004, Article and Reproductions).

“Marina Sculpture Rejuvenated,” The Berkeley Voice, December 3, 2004 (Mention and Reproduction).

“Osmosis II at Steingart,” The Laney Tower, March 10, 2005 (Mention).

Matt Breault, “Sculptor Creates Toys from His Subconscious,” April 2005 (Article and Photo Essay).

Marta Yamamoto, “By Land, Sea or Air – Pleasures Await the Berkeley Marina,” Berkeley Daily Planet, August 23-25, 2005 (Mention).

Joshua Rotter, “Understanding His Life by Making His Art,” The Oakland Tribune (Berkeley Insert Section), September 21, 2005 (Article and Reproductions).

Monique Beeler, “Going Public,” Oakland Tribune, September 21, 2005 (Article and Reproductions).

Andy Brumer/ Photography by Erik Butler, “Joseph Slusky: The Artist and the Dance,” 360: Life From Every Angle (American Express Publishing), Premier Issue / Summer 2006 (Article and Reproductions).

“Visit Berkeley 2006-2007” (The Official Visitors Guide / Berkeley Convention and Visitors Bureau), Summer 2006 (Mention and Reproduction).

Debra Koppman, “Previews: Joe Slusky” Artweek, November 2006 (Review and Reproductions).

“Joseph Slusky: Main Gallery,” The Dirty Pallette (A newsletter published by the Art Guild of Pacifica at Sanchez Art Center), January 2007 (Article and Reproductions).

Tiffany Carboni / Photography by Deborah Sherman, “Industrial Chic: Raising the Roof on a Custom Collaboration,” Oakland Magazine, March 2007 (Article and Reproductions).

Doug Oakley, “Getting Artsy,” East Bay Daily News, December 11, 2007 (Mention and Front Page Reproduction).

Doug Oakley, “City Hall Gets Artsy,” The Berkeley Voice, December 14, 2007 (Mention and Front Page Reproduction).

Rebecca Wallace / Photography by Marjan Sadoughi, “Steely Jam: Joseph Slusky Improvises in the Resolute World of Metal,” Palo Alto Weekly / Weekend Edition, January 18, 2008 (Feature Article and Reproductions).

“Muestra Artistica,” Correo (El Diario del estado de Guanajuato), May 27, 2008 (Mention and Reproductions).

Beatriz Ramos / Photography by Manuel Bernal, “Presentan la obra ‘Antolog�a Escult�rica,’ muestra Joseph Slusky piezas met�licas de tres dimensiones,” Correo (El Diario del Estado de Guanajuato), May 31, 2008 (Article and Reproduction).

“Exhibe Museo del Pueblo: Antolog�a Escult�rica de Joseph Slusky,” Chopper (Guanajuato), May 31, 2008 (Article and Reproductions).

Benjamin Pacheco Lopez, “Slusky: Fosilizando la imaginaci�n,” A.M., June 5, 2008 (Feature Article and Reproduction).

“Leftovers from Surrealism,” Atenci�n (San Miguel), July 11, 2008. (Article and Reproduction).

“Wuhu and Other Painted Sculptures,” The Sacramento Bee (Weekend Ticket), Oct. 31, 2008 (Mention and Reproduction).


Joseph Slusky: Sculpture Survey 1978-1998, The Oakland Museum of California Sculpture Court at City Center, 1999.

Drawing Without Models: George Llyod, Abby Shahn, Joe Slusky, Chip Sullivan, Weigand Gallery, College of Notre Dame, Belmont, California, 1999.

Making Change: 100 Artists Interpret the Tzedakah Box, The Jewish Museum San Francisco, 1999.

City of Berkeley Public Art Collection, Civic Commission, 2002.

Scents of Purpose: Artists Interpret the Spice Box, The Contemporary Jewish Museum, 2002