PATRICIA JOHANSON - RESUME

Born: September 8, 1940, New York City
A.B. Bennington College, Vermont, 1962
M.A. Hunter College, New York, 1964 (art history)
B.Arch. City College School of Architecture, New York, 1977
D.F.A. (honorary), Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, 1995

LARGE-SCALE PROJECTS:

"Color Room" and "White Room", Bennington College, 1960
"Stephen Long", Buskirk, New York, 1968
"Ixion’s Wheel", State University of New York, Albany, 1969
House and Garden Magazine Commission, 1969
"Cyrus Field", Buskirk, New York, 1970
80-Acre Park and Sculptural Infrastructure, Con Edison Indian Point Visitors
Center, Buchanan, New York, 1972
Pavement Designs, Whitney Colleges, Yale University, 1972
Landscape-sculpture, Columbus East High School, Columbus, Indiana, 1973
"Cyrus Field", Rock Gardens, Buskirk, New York, 1974
"Nostoc II", Storm King Art Center, Mountainville, New York, 1975
"Mask-Park", Cleveland, Ohio, 1977
"Child’s Geology House", Commission for United Nations International Year of
the Child, 1979
Fair Park Lagoon, Dallas, Texas, 1881 (dedicated 1986)
Erastus Corning Preserve, Albany, New York, 1982
"Tidal Sculpture Garden", Pelham Bay Park, New York, 1984
Cathedral Square, Sacramento, California, 1984
"Park for a Parking Garage", Los Angeles, 1986
"Endangered Garden", Sunnydale Facilities, San Francisco, 1987
Public Art Master Plan, Rockland County, New York, 1989-1991
Park for the Amazon Rainforest, Obidos, Brazil, 1992
Nairobi River Park, Nairobi, Kenya, 1995
Ulsan Park, Ulsan, South Korea, 1996
"The Rocky Marciano Trail", "Battery Wagner", and "Father McNulty Park",
Brockton, Massachusetts, 1997

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS:

1997
"Chalk Circle", Michael Fuchs Galerie, Berlin

1996
"Gallery Nikko, Tokyo, 1991-1996", Gallery Nikko, Tokyo

1994
"Differentes Natures", La Virreina, Barcolona
"Creative Solutions to Ecological Issues", Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis
"Cosmic-Maternal: Lia do Rio, Patricia Johanson, Mariyo Yagi, Gallery Nikko,
Tokyo
"Sculpting with the Environment: A Natural Dialogue", International Sculpture
Center, Washington, D.C.

1993
"Tres Cantos da Terra", National Museum of Fine Arts, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
"Differentes Natures", La Defense Art Galleries, Paris
"Natural Dialogue", California Crafts Museum, San Francisco
"Creative Solutions to Ecological Issues", Dallas Museum of Natural History,
Texas and Ross Gallery, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
"Fragile Ecologies: Artists’ Interpretations and Solutions", San Jose Museum
of Art, California, Salt Lake Art Center, Salt Lake City, Utah, and Madison
Art Center, Madison, Wisconsin

1992
"Fragile Ecologies: Artists Interpretations and Solutions", Queens Museum,
Flushing, New York
"Art That Interprets Earth and Its Systems: Deep Ecology in the Arts",
University of the Arts, Philadelphia
"The Living Object: The Art Collection of Ellen H. Johnson", Allen Memorial
Art Museum, Oberlin, Ohio
"Projeto Omame", Movimento Artistas Pela Natureza, Athos Bulcao Art Gallery,
National Theater, Brasilia, Brazil

1991
"Patricia Johanson: Public Landscapes", Painted Bride Art Center, Philadelphia
"Patricia Johanson, A Retrospective, 1960-1991", Usdan Gallery, Bennington
College, Vermont
"The Transparent Thread: Asian Philosophy in Recent American Art", Salina Art
Center, Kansas, Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston, Texas, Crocker Art
Museum, Sacramento, and Laguna Art Museum, California
"8 Young Artists, Then and Now", Hunter College Art Gallery, New York
"Lines of Vision: Drawings by Contemporary Women" University of Oklahoma
Museum of Art, Norman
"Eco Art: Imaging a New Paradigm, San Jose State University, California

1989
"The Natural Image", Stamford Museum, Connecticut
"The State of Upstate: New York Women Artists", New York State Museum, Albany

1988
"Place, Process, Product", Albany Institute of History and Art, New York

1987
"Patricia Johanson: Interpretive Drawings for Architecture and Landscape",
Twining Gallery, New York
"Patricia Johanson: Drawings and Models for Environmental Projects,
1969-1986", Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, Massachusetts
"Patricia Johanson: Projects for Cities", Albany Academy, New York

1986
"Sculpture for Public Spaces", Marisa del Re Gallery, New York
"Awards Exhibition", American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, New
York
"Designs for Pershing Park", Pershing Square, Los Angeles

1985
"Beyond the Monument", University of California, La Jolla, Stamford Museum,
Connecticut, Maryland Institute of Art, Baltimore, Warwick Museum, Rhode
Island, and Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock
"The Maximal Implications of the Minimal Line", Bard College,
Annandale-on-Hudson, New York

1984
"Major Contemporary Women Artists", Suzanne Gross Gallery, Philadelphia
"Beyond the Monument". Harvard Graduate School of Design, Cambridge
"Patricia Johanson: Designs for Parks and Gardens", Philippe Bonnafont
Gallery, San Francisco
"Chicago International Art Exposition", Navy Pier, Chicago

1983
"Patricia Johanson: Fair Park Lagoon, Dallas and Color-Gardens", Rosa Esman ,
Gallery, New York
"Beyond the Monument", M.I.T., Cambridge, Massachusetts
"Arts d’Aujourd’hui", Abbaye des Premontres, Pont-a-Mousson, France

1982
"Artist"s Parks and Gardens", Laumeier International Sculpture Park, St.
Louis, Hayden Arboretum, Cleveland, and Crosby Gardens, Toledo, Ohio
"Recent Acquisitions: Sculpture",Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
"Esposizione Internazionale", Teatro Contadino and Museo-laboratorio, Naples,
Italy
"Landshapes: A Living Lagoon", Dallas Museum of Natural History
"Patricia Johanson: A Project for the Fair Park Lagoon", Dallas Museum of
Fine Arts
"Major Albany Sculpture Sites", Erastus Corning Preserve, Albany, New York

1981
"Patricia Johanson: Landscapes, 1969-1980", Rosa Esman Gallery, New York
"Artist’s Parks and Gardens", Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
"Architecture by Artists", Rosa Esman Gallery, New York
"Llibres d’Artista", Centre de Documentacio d’Art Actual, Barcelona
"Landscapes/Sculptures", State University of New York, Old Westbury

1980
"Originals", Graham Gallery, New York
"Contemporary Paintings, Sculpture, Drawings and Prints", Sotheby Parke
Bernet, New York
"Women and Life on Earth", University of Massachusetts, Amherst
"Exposicio de Tramesa Postal", Centre de Documentacio d’Art Actual, Barcelona
"American Drawings in Black and White", Brooklyn Museum, New York

1979
"Patricia Johanson: Drawings for the Camouflage House and Orchid
Projects",Rosa Esman Gallery, New York
"Recent Acquisitions", Museum of Modern Art, New York
"Mind, Child, Architecture", Newark Museum, New Jersey

1978
"Patricia Johanson: Plant Drawings for Projects", Rosa Esman Gallery, New York
"Celebration of Water", Cooper-Hewitt Museum, Smithsonian Institution, New
York

1977
"Women and Nature", Greenwich Library Art Gallery, Connecticut
"Women in American Architecture", Brooklyn Museum, New York
"The City Project: Outdoor Environmental Art", New Gallery of Contemporary
Art, Cleveland and Cleveland State University

1975
"American Painting and Sculpture", Casa Thomas Jefferson, Brasilia, Brazil
"Work by Venturi and Rauch and Mitchell/Giurgola Associates", Peale House,
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia

1974
"Interventions in Landscape", M.I.T., Cambridge, Massachusetts
"Patricia Johanson: Some Approaches to Landscape, Architecture, and the
City", Montclair State College, New Jersey

1973
"Art in Space", Detroit Institute of Arts
"Patricia Johanson: A Selected Retrospective, 1959-1973", Bennington College,
Vermont

1971
"Projected Art: Artists at Work", Finch College Museum, New York

1969
"The Art of the Real", Kunsthaus, Zurich and Tate Gallery, London
"Concept", Vassar College Art Gallery, Poughkeepsie, New York
"Ixion’s Wheel", State University of New York, Albany

1968
"Cool Art", Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, Connecticut
"Stephen Long", Buskirk, New York (1600-foot sculpture)
"The Art of the Real", Museum of Modern Art, New York and Grand Palais, Paris

1967
"Patricia Johanson: Paintings", Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York

1966
"Distillation", Stable Gallery and Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York

1964
"8 Young Artists", Hudson River Museum, Yonkers and Bennington College,
Vermont

SELECTED MEDIA:

"Art and Ecology: A Precarious Balance", Johanson speech to College Art
Association Annual Conference, February 5, 1993, (Audio Tape 130205-230 and
231, Audio Archives, La Crescenta, California)
"The Art of the Real", by Michael Murphy, (35mm film), United States
Information Agency, 1968
"Aspects of the Arts: A Sense of Place", by Richard Connolly, (videotape),
SUNY-SAT Television, 1992
"Chicken Scratch, with Will Stapp", Program 63: Patricia Johanson",
(videotape), Petaluma, California, March 3, 1999
"A Conversation with Artist Patricia Johanson", with Will Watson,
(videotape), Heritage Cablevision, Dallas, November 1985 (Dallas Public
Library Media Collection)
"Environmental Art: Working with the Elements, Air, Earth, Fire, Water",
(videotape), A.R.E.A. (Artists Representing Environmental Art) and The
Television Institute of Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York, 1990
"Exploring the New Landscape: Creating Non-Traditional Landscape: Artists
Talk on Art", (videotape), Manhattan and Paragon Cable Television, New York,
March 15, 1996
"Late Night Live with Philip Adams", Patricia Johanson Interview, Radio
National, ABC/Australia, April 23, 1996
"New Arts Alive: Patricia Johanson", with James F. L. Carroll, (videotape),
Berks Community Television, Reading, Pennsylvania, February 27, 1990
"Overview: Aesthetics and Infrastructure, Designing a Livable Environment",
(videotape), Cedar Arts Forum, Waterloo, Iowa, 1994
"Patricia Johanson: Candace de Vries Olesen Fellow Gallery Talk", by Nathan
Farb, (videotape), Usdan Gallery, Bennington College, 1991
"Patricia Johanson: Creating Multi-Level Designs—Aesthetic, Ecological,
Functional and Usable", (videotape), Cedar Arts Forum, Waterloo, Iowa, 1994
"Patricia Johanson: Cyrus Field", by Michael Marton, (videotape), 1974
Patricia Johanson Interview, with Elizabeth Kaladin, New York 1 Television,
November 17, 1993
Patricia Johanson Interview and Fair Park Lagoon Construction, KDFW-TV,
Dallas-Fort Worth, November 7, 1985
Patricia Johanson Interview, with Helcio Amaral de Souza, Brazilian Minister
of Culture, O Globo-Tapajos Television, Santarem, Brazil, March 21, 1997
Patricia Johanson Interview, with Regina Figeira, Bandeirante Television
Network, Obidos, Brazil, March 24, 1997
"Patricia Johanson: The Leonhardt Lagoon, An Ecological Artwork", by Jyoti
Duwadi, (videotape), Queens Museum and Smithsonian Institution Traveling
Exhibition Program, 1992
"Patricia Johanson: Stephen Long", (16mm film), CBS-TV, 1968, edited by
Joanna Alexander, WNET-TV, New York, 1971 (Museum of Modern Art Film
Collection)
"Q & A", Patricia Johanson Interview, with Marianne Potter, WMHQ-TV, (PBS),
Albany, New York, March 30, 1998
"Tres Cantos da Terra: Lia do Rio, Patricia Johanson, Mariyo Yagi", by Lia do
Rio (videotape), National Museum of Fine Arts, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1993

WRITINGS BY JOHANSON:

Johanson, Patricia, "Architecture as Landscape", THE PRINCETON JOURNAL:
THEMATIC STUDIES IN ARCHITECTURE, Volume II, LANDSCAPE, Princeton
Architectural Press, New Jersey, 1985----------
, "Art and Ecology: The Battle for Nairobi River", BENNINGTON
MAGAZINE, Bennington, Vermont), volume 28, number 2, Spring 1996, p. 30-33--- ------
, "Art and Ecology: A Precarious Balance", ABSTRACTS AND PROGRAM
STATEMENTS- 1993, College Art Association, New York, 1993, p. 255----------
, ART AND SURVIVAL: CREATIVE SOLUTIONS TO ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS,
Gallerie Women Artists Monographs, Vancouver, B.C., March 1992
__________"Brockton Reborn: The City as an Ecological Art Form", SANCTUARY,
THE JOURNAL OF THE MASSACHUSETTS AUDUBON SOCIETY, volume 38, number 2,
November/December 1998, p. 1, 15-16----------
, "Civic Minded Landscaping", HERESIES, volume 6, number 2, Issue
22, 1987, p. 94-95----------
, "Draft Public Art Master Plan", Rockland County, New York, 1990----------
, "Endangered Garden", ART JOURNAL, volume 51, number 2, Summer
1992, p. 21----------
, "From the Other Side: Public Artists on Public Art", ART JOURNAL,
volume 48, number 4, Winter 1989, p. 337-339 ----------
, "Line Gardens, Vanishing-Point Gardens, Artificial Gardens,
Illusory Gardens, Water Gardens, Gardens for Highways, Garden-Cities",
unpublished manuscript, 1969
__________, "Nature/Culture/Aesthetics/Function", in: ULSAN PARK: WHAT IS A
PARK FOR THE 21st CENTURY? Proceedings of International Symposium , Yukong,
Ltd., Seoul, South Korea, August 19- 24, 1996
__________, "Patricia Johanson", GALLERIE ANNUAL (Vancouver, B.C.), 1989, p.
20-27
__________"Preserving Biocultural Diversity in Public Parks", N.A.P. TEXTS: A
LITERARY JOURNAL, (New Arts Program, Kutztown, Pennsylvania), volume 2,
number 2, 1997, p. 3----------
, "Women’s Traditional Arts: Organizing the Scraps", unpublished
manuscript, 1977

SELECTED CATALOGUES:

Bennington College, Bennington, Vermont, "Patricia Johanson, A Selected
Retrospective: 1959-1973", November 27- December 14, 1973
Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, Massachusetts," Patricia Johanson: Drawings and
Models for Environmental Projects, 1969-1986", July 8- September 20, 1987
(text by Debra Bricker Balken and Lucy R. Lippard)
Gallery Nikko, Tokyo, Japan, "Brazil-United States-Japan: Cosmic-Maternal, To
The New Mythology", May 9- June 11, 1994 (text by Takeshi Umehara, Joan
Mondale, Janda Gitirana Praia, and Keinosuke Murata)
Hofstra University Museum, Hempstead, New York, "The Transparent Thread:
Asian Philosophy in Recent American Art", September 16 - November 11, 1990
(text by Gail Gelburd and Geri de Paoli)
Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York, "8 Young Artists", October 11 25,
1964 (essay by E. C. Goossen)
Hunter College Art Gallery, New York, "8 Young Artists, Then and Now:
1964-1991", April 9- May 10, 1991 (text by Eugene C. Goossen)
La Defense, Galerie Art 4 et Galerie de l’Esplanade, Paris, France,
"Differentes Natures: Visions de L’Art Contemporain", June 25 - September 26,
1993 (text by Liliana Albertazzi)
Marisa del Re Gallery, New York, "Sculpture for Public Spaces: Maquettes,
Models and Proposals", January 22- March 1, 1986 (text by Harriet Senie)
Montclair State College, Montclair, New Jersey, "Patricia Johanson: Some
Approaches to Landscape, Architecture, and the City", October 21- November
20, 1974
Museum of Modern Art, New York, "The Art of the Real", July 1 - September 8,
1968 (essay by E. C. Goossen)
National Museum of Fine Arts, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, "Tres Cantos da Terra:
Lia do Rio, Brasil, Patricia Johanson, United States, Mariyo Yagi, Japan",
August 5- September 14, 1993 (text by Susan H. Edwards,
Painted Bride Art Center, Philadelphia, "Patricia Johanson: Public
Landscapes", February 14- March 17, 1991 (text by William Zimmer)
Rosa Esman Gallery, New York, "Patricia Johanson: Drawings for the Camouflage
House and Orchid Projects", April 10- May 5, 1979 (essay by Ellen H. Johnson)
__________, "Patricia Johanson: Fair Park Lagoon, Dallas and Color-Gardens",
March 15- April 9, 1983 (text by Lucy R. Lippard and Sue Graze)
__________, "Patricia Johanson: Landscapes, 1969-1980", February 3-28, 1981
(essay by Eleanor Munro)
__________, "Patricia Johanson: Plant Drawings for Projects", March 14 -
April 8, 1978 (essay by Peter Blake)

SELECTED DIRECTORIES:

WHO’S WHO IN AMERICA, Marquis, Chicago, 1978-present
WHO’S WHO IN AMERICAN ART, R. R. Bowker, New York, 1973 present
WHO’S WHO OF AMERICAN WOMEN, Marquis, Chicago, 1975-present
WORLD WHO’S WHO OF WOMEN, Cambridge, England, 1976-1983
WHO’S WHO IN THE WORLD, Marquis, Chicago, 1980-present

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY:

American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, New York, "Paintings and
Sculpture by Candidates for Art Awards", March 3- 29, 1986 (Publication
Number 386)
"A Nature Trail to Meander Through City", Editorial, THE ENTERPRISE,
(Brockton, Massachusetts), September 14, 1998, p. A-6
Anderson, Keith, "Improving on Mother Nature", THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS,
September 30, 1982, p. C-1, C-2
ARTFORUM, Summer, 1968, back cover----------
, March 1987, p. 45
Baggatta, Patrick, "The Evolving Exhibition", LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE, volume
85, no. 5, May 1994, p. 22, 24
Balken, Debra Bricker, "Patricia Johanson’s Environments", ART NEW ENGLAND,
volume 9, number 2, February 1988, p. 10-11----------
, "Patricia Johanson at Usdan Gallery, Bennington College", ART IN
AMERICA, volume 80, number 6, June 1992, p. 115
Battcock, Gregory, "The Art of the Real", ARTS, June/Summer 1968, p. 44-47---------
, Editor, MINIMAL ART, Dutton, New York, 1968
Blake, Peter, "Forum", ARCHITECTURAL FORUM, December 1971, p. 22
Boettger, Suzaan, "In the Missionary Position", in: Frueh, Joanna, Cassandra
Langer, and Arlene Raven, editors, NEW FEMINIST CRITICISM: ART, IDENTITY,
ACTION, Harper Collins, New York, 1994
Bonenti, Charles, "Patricia Johanson: Making Art and Nature One", THE
BERKSHIRE EAGLE, July 9, 1987, p. C-1, C-5
Brookwell, Joan, "Landscape Architect Strives to Mimic Nature", FORT
LAUDERDALE NEWS/SUN-SENTINEL, June 3, 1984, p. 10-G
Brown, Jill, "Ecological Art: Visible, Visionary, and Practical", Master of
Liberal Arts Thesis, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1997 ---------
,"The Greening of Art", SANCTUARY: THE JOURNAL OF THE MASSACHUSETTS
AUDUBON SOCIETY, volume 34, number 1, September-October, 1994, p. 6-9, and
cover
Burton, Alex, "My Opinion: Kids Can Look and Instinctively Know It’s Purpose:
Sculpture", DALLAS DOWNTOWN NEWS, February 24 - March 2, 1986, p. 14
Campbell, Lawrence, "Patricia Johanson", ART IN AMERICA, December 1983, p. 148
Canaday, John, "Low Temperature Recorded at 53rd Street Lab", THE NEW YORK
TIMES, July 7, 1968, p. D-19
Cembalest, Robin, "The Ecological Art Explosion", ART NEWS, volume 90, number
6, Summer 1991, p. 96-105
Couture, Andrea M., "Art for Earth’s Sake", THE AMICUS JOURNAL, (Natural
Resources Defense Council), volume 15, number 2, Summer 1993, p. 24-27
Dallas Museum of Natural History, Dallas, Texas, "Creative Solutions to
Ecological Issues", June 22- August 15, 1993 (text by Gail Gelburd, Vice
President Al Gore, and Roald Hoffmann)
Detroit Institute of Arts, "Art in Space", May 15- June 24, 1973 (essay by
E.C. Goossen)
de los Santos, Jacqueline Zanoni, ‘Tracing the Experiential Path: Large Scale
Environmental Sculpture by Patricia Johanson", Master of Arts in Art History
Thesis, University of Oklahoma Graduate College, Norman, 1997
"Distillation", TIME, September 23, 1966, p. NY-10
Engler, Mira, "Waste Landscapes: Permissible Metaphors in Landscape
Architecture", LANDSCAPE JOURNAL, vol. 14, no. 1, Spring 1995, p. 10-25
Flournoy, Craig, "Leaving a Large Legacy", THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS, October
4, 1982, p. A-17, A-18
Foster, Hal, "Patricia Johanson", ARTFORUM, volume 19, number 9, May 1981, p.
75-76
Frankenstein, Alfred, "New York Collects", SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER AND
CHRONICLE, July 21, 1968, p. 37-38
Friedman, Jon R., "Patricia Johanson", ARTS, volume 53, number 10, June 1979,
p. 31-32
Gallery Nikko, Tokyo, Japan, "Gallery Nikko, 1991-1996", April 1996 (text by
Kohji Sato and Noriko Togo)
Garris, Laurie, "The Changing Landscape: Patricia Johanson", ARTS AND
ARCHITECTURE, volume 3, number 4, 1985, p. 56-59
Godfrey, John, "Turning the Eccentric into the Logical", BENNINGTON BANNER,
(Vermont), November 7, 1991, p. 9
"Goings on About Town: Patricia Johanson", THE NEW YORKER, April 23, 1979, p.
11----------
, "Patricia Johanson", THE NEW YORKER, February 23, 1981, p. 14
Goossen, E.C., "The Art of the Young", VOGUE, August 1, 1968, p. 150-151, 165
Graze, Sue, "Patricia Johanson: A Project for the Fair Park Lagoon", DALLAS
MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS BULLETIN, Fall 1982
Gunter, Pete A.Y. and Bobette Higgins, editors, PRESENT, TENSE; FUTURE,
PERFECT? For the People, Inc., Dallas, 1984
Halasz, Piri, "Patricia Johanson", ARTS, June 1978, p. 5
Hayden Gallery, M.I.T., Cambridge, Massachusetts, "Beyond the Monument",
October 8- November 13, 1983 (text by Gary Garrels)
Henry, Gerrit, "Patricia Johanson at Twining", ART IN AMERICA, volume 76,
number 2, February 1988, p. 146-148
Hess, Elizabeth, "Artwork by Patricia Johanson: Blending Ecology and
Aesthetics", THE NEW YORK OBSERVER, November 30, 1987, p. 15
"In Praise of the Natural World", THE VILLAGE VOICE, March 20, 1978,
centerfold
Julius, Mary, "City Gets Funds for Marciano Project", THE ENTERPRISE,
(Brockton, Massachusetts), September 10, 1998, p. A-1, A-6
Kastner, Jeffrey, Editor, TWENTIETH CENTURY SOURCEBOOKS: LAND ART, Phaidon
Press, London, 1999
Lacy, Suzanne, editor, MAPPING THE TERRAIN: NEW GENRE PUBLIC ART, Bay Press,
Seattle, 1994
Lauter, Estella, WOMEN AS MYTHMAKERS: POETRY AND VISUAL ART BY TWENTIETH
CENTURY WOMEN, Indiana University Press, Bloomington, 1984
Lieberman, William S., "Twentieth Century Art", THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF
ART ANNUAL REPORT FOR THE YEAR 1980-1981, p. 49, 51
Lippard, Lucy, "Gardens: Some Metaphors for a Public Art", ART IN AMERICA,
November 1981, p. 136-150----------
, OVERLAY: CONTEMPORARY ART AND THE ART OF PREHISTORY, Pantheon,
New York, 1982
Littlefield, T.H., "About That 1600-Foot Unveiling", ALBANY TIMES-UNION,
October 20, 1968, p. E-1, E-3----------
, "Its Form Is What It Does to Its Surroundings", ALBANY
TIMES-UNION, June 15, 1969, p. G-l, G-4----------
, "Line Is Her Thing", ALBANY TIMES-UNION, October 13, 1968, p.
F-1, F-4
Maggio, Catherine, "Integral Landscapes: Environmental Art, Ethics and
Landscape Architecture", Master of Landscape Architecture Thesis, University
of Washington, Seattle, 1994
Matilsky, Barbara, FRAGILE ECOLOGIES: ARTISTS INTERPRETATIONS AND SOLUTIONS,
Universe Books/Rizzoli International, New York, 1992----------
, "Art and Ecology: The Museum as Activist", MUSEUM NEWS,
March-April, 1992, p. 46-49----------
, "The Survival of Culture and Nature: Perspectives on the History
of Environmental Art", ART AND DESIGN, Profile Number 36, Art and the Natural
Environment, London, 1994, p. 6-15
McMullen, Roy, "America’s Impact on the Arts", SATURDAY REVIEW, December 13,
1975, p. 98-103
Meier, Stacy, "Heard and Overheard", THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS, February 18,
1986, p. 3-C
Merkel, Jayne, "Back to Nature", OCULUS, (American Institute of Architects,
New York), volume 57, number 9, May 1995, p. 6-8
Munro, Eleanor, "Earthwork Odyssey", THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR, March 25,
1987, p. 30-31----------
, ORIGINALS: AMERICAN WOMEN ARTISTS, Simon and Shuster, New York,
1979
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, "Artist’s Parks and Gardens", April 18-
July 5, 1981 (Slide set and catalogue)
Nadelman, Cynthia, "Patricia Johanson", ART NEWS, June 1981, p. 246
Naylor, Colin, editor, CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS, St. James Press, London, 1977
Oakes, Baile, Editor, SCULPTING WITH THE ENVIRONMENT: A NATURAL DIALOGUE, Van
Nostrand Reinhold, New York, 1995
Palumbo, Mary Jo, "Arts: The H2O Solution", BOSTON HERALD, April 4, 1997, p.
S-12, S-14
"Patricia Johanson", TIME MAGAZINE, October 13, 1967, p. NYR-1
"People Are Talking About.... Patricia Johanson", VOGUE, February 1, 1969, p.
191
Perrone, Jeff, "Patricia Johanson", ARTFORUM, volume 16, number 10, Summer
1978, p. 70-71
Polcari, Stephen, "New York: Patricia Johanson", ARCHIVES OF AMERICAN ART
JOURNAL, volume 37, number 1 and 2, 1997, p. 42-43
"Project for the Leonhardt Lagoon Sculpture Garden", ART STUDENTS LEAGUE OF
NEW YORK NEWS, volume 41, number 1, March 1987, cover
Raiken, Laurin, "Beyond the Millenium", ART AND ARTISTS, November - December
1985, p. 11, 23
Robertson, Bryan, "Arts: The New American Vigilantes", SPECTATOR, (London),
April 25, 1969, p. 551-552
Rose, Barbara, "Talking About Art, Women Artists in America", VOGUE,
September 1979, p. 140
Russell, John, "Patricia Johanson", THE NEW YORK TIMES, April 20, 1979, p.
C-25----------
, "Projects from Plant Forms", THE NEW YORK TIMES, March 24, 1978,
p. C-20
"Sculpture Stretches 1600 Feet", HOOSICK FALLS STANDARD PRESS, October 17,
1968, p. 4
Senie, Harriet, CONTEMPORARY PUBLIC SCULPTURE: TRADITION, TRANSFORMATION, AND
CONTROVERSY, Oxford University Press 1992----------
, "Flowers on Canvas: A Garden Full of Artistic Delights", THE NEW
YORK POST, March 25, 1978, p. 17
Shepard, Judy, "Environmental Art as Magic", ALBANY TIMES-UNION, October 28,
1988, p. C-1, C-4
Sullivan, Jack, "A Rocky Proposal: She’s Making a Museum of Marciano’s Old
House", BOSTON HERALD, May 28, 1998, p. 1, 18
Tasker, Georgia, "She Sculpts in Land, Water", THE MIAMI HERALD, May 20,
1984, p. 19-H
Temin, Christine, "Art Inspired by Lung Flukes and Gila Monsters", THE BOSTON
GLOBE, August 13, 1987, p. 29
Torre, Susana, editor, WOMEN IN AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE, Whitney Library of
Design, New York, 1977
Tucker, Marcia, "Patricia Johanson", ART NEWS, volume 66, number 6 October
1967, p. 12-13
Twining Gallery, New York, "Patricia Johanson: Interpretive Drawings for
Architecture and Landscape", November 5- December 5, 1987
UPDATE: 1991-92 SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION TRAVELING EXHIBITION SERVICE,
Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., 1991, P. 89
Weintraub, Linda, Donald Kuspit and Phyllis Tuchman, THE MAXIMAL IMPLICATIONS
OF THE MINIMAL LINE, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, 1985
Yost, G. Owen, "Dallas’ Delta Duck-Potato", THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT AND
SPECIFIER NEWS, volume 3, number 1, January 1987, p. 4, 6, 11, and cover
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Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1994
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SELECTED FOREIGN LANGUAGE BIBLIOGRAPHY:

Alzer, Luiz Andre, "Babel da Reciclagem Artistica", O GLOBO, (Rio de Janeiro,
Brazil), July 30, 1993, p. 3
Antmen, Ahu, "Kultur: Sanatla Ekolojinin Estetigi", CUMHURIYET, (Istanbul,
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2, 1993, p. 21
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number 6, June 1994
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15, 1994, editorial
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(Tokyo, Japan), May 12, 1994
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1994
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Japan), number 110, June 5, 1994, p. 101
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10, 1994
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Brazil), ano 3, number 31, August 1993, p. 3l
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(Tokyo, Japan), June 2, 1994, p. 9
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Ambiental", JORNAL DO COMMERCIO, (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), August 9, 1993, p.
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19, 1986
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"Think About the Environment Through Three Artists", RA SENU MAGAZINE,
(Japan), number 6, June 1994
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Tokyo", ASAHI SHINBUN, (Tokyo, Japan), April 29, 1994
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JAPAN ENERGY (Toky), number 6, June 1994, p. 35
Tont, Sargun, "Guncel: Cevre Sanatindan Haberdar Misiniz? Sanatkar Mikroplar
Isbasinda", GEZI, (Istanbul, Turkey), December 1997, p. 20-21
"To the New Mythology", PIA MAGAZINE (Japan), number 17, May 10, 1994
"To the New Mythology: Cosmic Maternal", JAPAN INTER-DESIGN FORUM, volume 13,
March 31, 1994

SELECTED AWARDS:

Guggenheim Fellowship, 1970 and 1980
First Prize, Environmental Design Competition, Montclair State College,
Montclair, New Jersey, 1974
Artist’s Fellowship, National Endowment for the Arts, 1975
International Women’s Year Award, 1976
Gold Medal, Accademia Italia delle Arti, Parma, Italy, 1979
Hunter College Hall of Fame, 1987
Candace DeVries Olesen Fellow, Bennington College, 1991-92
Townsend Harris Medal, City College of New York, 1994
Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation Grant, 1998

VISITING ARTIST:

State University of New York, Albany, 1969
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1974
Oberlin College, Ohio, 1974
Alfred University, Alfred, New York, 1974
Colby College, Waterville, Maine, Southworth Lecturer, 1981
West Texas State University, Canyon, Texas, 1988
Yale University, Winterfest 9 Seminar, 1989
Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, 1994

SELECTED PERMANENT COLLECTIONS:

Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College
Bennington College
Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, Massachusetts
Candlestick Point State Recreation Area, San Francisco
Dallas Museum of Art
Detroit Institute of Arts
Erastus Corning Preserve, Albany, New York
Fair Park Lagoon, Dallas, Texas
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Museum of Modern Art, New York
National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C.
Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University
Storm King Art Center, Mountainville, New York
University of Massachusetts, Amherst