Maya Lin, Silver Nile, 2017, recycled silver, 8' × 47-1/8" × 3/16" (243.8 cm × 119.7 cm × 0.5 cm), Edition of 3 + 2 APs © Maya Lin Studio Maya Lin Detailsb. 1959, Athens, OhioConnectMaya Lin Studio Maya Lin critically engages with notions of site and place, exploring the development of systems in order to reflect on the environment, creating objects that invite contemplation—intellectual, sensorial, and physical—of the natural world.Lin’s creative inclinations were encouraged from a young age and she spent much of her childhood in her father’s ceramics studio. She went on to study architecture and sculpture at Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, earning a bachelor’s degree in 1981. Lin was thrust into the spotlight after winning a nationwide design competition for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. (1982). Informed by Robert Smithson’s earthworks and Richard Serra’s Minimalist sculpture, Lin’s memorial design was recognized with an Honor Award as well as a Henry Bacon Memorial Award from the American Institute of Architects in 1984, the same year she participated in her first group exhibition at Sidney Janis Gallery, New York.Alongside commissions to design monuments for the Civil Rights Memorial in Montgomery, Alabama (1989), and the Women’s Table for Yale University (1995), Lin pursued her art practice through the creation of site-specific sculpture and earthworks. Comprised of mounds of recycled broken safety glass, Groundswell (1993) was created for the artist’s first solo exhibition, Public/Private, held at the Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, Ohio, in 1994, and was a response to its surrounding architecture. Further engaging with architectural space, The Wave Field (1995), like Lin’s earlier topological production, is comprised of shaped earth, and evokes the dynamics of water. It was created for the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and is the first in a series of Wave Field works.Lin’s longstanding environmental advocacy and her fascination with maps led her to begin exploring water as a precious resource in 2007, charting birds-eye views of major bodies of water such as the Hudson, Thames, and Yangtze rivers. These wall works, drawings, and large-scale sculptures have been produced using materials including recycled silver, glass marbles, and custom-made stainless-steel pins. Through her extensive historical and ecological research, Lin’s investigations of bodies of water led her to create the multi-sited and expansive project What Is Missing? (2009–), her final—albeit ongoing—memorial, which serves to raise awareness of environmental degradation and the biodiversity crisis. The recipient of awards from the National Endowment for the Arts (1988, 2007), Lin was also honored with the National Medal of Arts, conferred by President Barack Obama in 2009, and later the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2016, for her significant contributions to art, architecture, and environmental activism. Extending on her investigations of land use and natural bodies of water, Lin created the site-specific work A River Is a Drawing organized with The Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York in 2018. In 2019, Lin’s exhibition Flow, organized by the Grand Rapids Art Museum, expanded the site-specificity of her water works to Western Michigan, including The Traces Left Behind (From the Great Bear Lake to the Great Lakes) (2019) a sprawling relief made of recycled silver.For Lin, the idea of experience, movement, and nature are integral to her work, heightening spatial perception and environmental awareness. Her approach to artmaking often finds its origins in science rather than art, demonstrated in her application of satellite technology and cartographic techniques. Maya Lin, 2 x 4 Landscape, 2006, SFI certified wood 2 x 4s, 10' x 53' 4" x 35' (304.8 cm x 1,625.6 cm x 1,066.8 cm) © Maya Lin Studio Maya Lin, Latitude New York City, 2013, Vermont Danby marble, 9" x 9' diameter (22.9 cm x 274.3 cm) © Maya Lin Studio Maya Lin, Silver Ontario, 2012-2013, recycled silver, 21-3/4" x 35-1/2" x 1/2" (55.2 cm x 90.2 cm x 1.3 cm), Edition of 3 + 2 APs © Maya Lin Studio Exhibitions View All New York Maya Lin Ebb and Flow Past Sep 8–Oct 7, 2017 New York Glass Maya Lin, Kiki Smith, Fred Wilson Past Jun 27–Aug 19, 2016 Hong Kong Maya Lin Past Jan 22–Mar 12, 2016 Journal View All Artist Projects Maya Lin to Create New Installation in Madison Square Park Nov 25, 2019 News Maya Lin Honored at Parrish Art Museum's 2019 Midsummer Gala Jun 07, 2019 Press Maya Lin Featured on Cover of Surface May 15, 2019 One-Artist Exhibitions Group Exhibitions Public Collections Periodicals Books and Catalogues Close Maya LinOne-Artist Exhibitions Maya Lin One-Artist Exhibitions DatesBorn 1959, Athens, OhioLives and works in New York and ColoradoEducation1981, Yale College, New Haven, Connecticut, BA1986, Yale University, School of Architecture, New Haven, Connecticut, MA2019Maya Lin: Flow, Grand Rapids Art Museum, Michigan, May 18–September 8, 2019.2018Maya Lin: A River Is a Drawing, Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York, October 12, 2018–January 20, 2019. (Catalogue)2017Maya Lin: Ebb and Flow, Pace Gallery, 537 West 24th Street, New York, September 8–October 7, 2017.2016Maya Lin, Pace Hong Kong, 15C Entertainment Building, 30 Queen's Road Central, January 22–March 12, 2016.2015Maya Lin: A History of Water, Orlando Museum of Art, January 29–May 10, 2015.2014Maya Lin: Rivers and Mountains, IvoryPress Art and Bookspace, Madrid, September 16–November 1, 2014. (Catalogue)6th Annual Art/Act Award and Exhibition: Maya Lin, David Brower Center, Berkeley, September 18, 2014–February 4, 2015.Maya Lin: What is Missing?, Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, July 19, 2014–January 4, 2015.Platform: Maya Lin, Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, New York, July 4–October 13, 2014.2013Maya Lin: Here and There, Pace London, 6–10 Lexington Street, March 22–May 11, 2013, and Pace Gallery, 32 East 57th Street, New York, April 26–June 22, 2013. (Catalogue)2012Maya Lin: Flow, Dayton Art Institute, Ohio, March 24–June 17, 2012.Maya Lin, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, February 11–May 13, 2012. (Catalogue)2010Maya Lin: In Telluride, Telluride Gallery of Fine Art, Colorado, April 24–June 30, 2010.Maya Lin, Arts Club of Chicago, February 1–April 23, 2010. (Catalogue)2009Maya Lin: Recycled Landscapes, Salon 94, New York, September 25–November 14, 2009.Maya Lin: Three Ways of Looking at the Earth, Selections from Systematic Landscapes, PaceWildenstein, 545 West 22nd Street, New York, September 10–October 24, 2009.Maya Lin: Bodies of Water, Storm King Art Center, Mountainville, New York, May 9–November 15, 2009. (Catalogue)2006Maya Lin: Systematic Landscapes, Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle, April 22–October 1, 2006. Traveled to: Contemporary Art Museum, St. Louis, Missouri, September 7–December 30, 2007; Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, March 30–June 30, 2008; de Young Museum, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, October 25, 2008–January 8, 2009; Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., March 4–July 12, 2009. (Catalogue)2004Maya Lin, Wanås Foundation, Sweden, opened September 12, 2004. (Catalogue)Maya Lin’s Designs for East Tennessee, Knoxville Museum of Art, July 16–September 19, 2004.2003Maya Lin / Finn Juhl, Danish Museum of Decorative Art, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2003.2000Maya Lin: Between Art and Architecture, Cooper Union School of Art, New York, September 26–November 17, 2000. (Catalogue)1999Maya Lin: Recent Work, Gagosian Gallery, Los Angeles, October 14–November 27, 1999.1998Maya Lin, American Academy in Rome, Italy, December 10, 1998–February 21, 1999. (Catalogue)Maya Lin: Topologies, Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, January 24–March 29, 1998. Traveled to: Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, May 15–August 9, 1998; Grey Art Gallery, New York University, September 1–October 31, 1998; Des Moines Art Center, Iowa, February 19–May 23, 1999; Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, July 17–September 12, 1999. (Catalogue)1997Maya Lin: Designing Industrial Ecology, Bronx Community Paper Company, Municipal Art Society, New York, 1997.1993Maya Lin: Public/Private, Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, October 17, 1993–January 23, 1994. (Catalogue) Maya LinGroup Exhibitions Maya Lin Group Exhibitions 2019Occupy Colby: Artists Need to Create on the Same Scale That Society Has the Capacity to Destroy, Year 2, Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville, Maine, July 20, 2019–January 5, 2020.Here: Ann Hamilton, Jenny Holzer and Maya Lin, Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, Ohio, September 21–December 29, 2019.Artists Need to Create on the Same Scale that Society Has the Capacity to Destroy: Mare Nostrum, The Complex of the Chiesa di Santa Maria delle Penitenti Fondamenta Cannaregio, Venice, May 8–November 24, 2019.2018Natural Wonders: The Sublime in Contemporary Art, Brandywine River Museum of Art, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, June 23–October 21, 2018.Indicators: Artists on Climate Change, Storm King Art Center, Mountainville, New York, May 19–November 11, 2018. (Catalogue)2017Territory: Traces and Delimitations, Ierimonti Gallery, New York, November 19, 2017–January 14, 2018.OCCUPY MANA: Artists Need to Create on the Same Scale That Society Has the Capacity to Destroy (Year 1), Mana Contemporary, October 15–December 15, 2017.2017 Canadian Biennial, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, October 19, 2017–March 18, 2018. (Catalogue)Shanghai Project: Chapter 2, Seeds of Time, Shanghai Himalayas Museum, April 22–July 30, 2017.Material Presence, Tally Dunn Gallery, Dallas, March 25–May 20, 2017.Beyond the Horizon, Cameron Art Museum, Wilmington, North Carolina, February 4–July 9, 2017.2016Fired Up: Contemporary Glass by Women Artists from the Toledo Museum of Art, Mint Museum Uptown, Charlotte, North Carolina, October 22, 2016–February 26, 2017.She: International Women Artists Exhibition, Long Museum, Shanghai, July 23–October 30, 2016.Glass, Pace Gallery, 537 West 24th Street, New York, June 27–August 19, 2016.Utopias and Heterotopias: The Wuzhen International Contemporary Art Invitational Exhibition, Wuzhen, China, March 27–June 27, 2016.Of a Different Nature, Jack Shainman Gallery, New York, February 4–March 12, 2016.2015Wonder, Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C., November 13, 2015–May 13, 2016. (Catalogue)Aesthetic Harmonies: Whistler in Context, Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville, Maine, September 17, 2015–January 3, 2016.Tahoe: A Visual History, Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, August 22, 2015–January 10, 2016.River Crossings: Contemporary Art Comes Home, Thomas Cole National Historic Site and Olana State Historic Site, Hudson Valley, May 3–November 1, 2015. (Catalogue)2014Art and Environment Conference, Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, July 19, 2014–January 4, 2015.In the Round, Pace Gallery, 32 East 57th Street, New York, July 16–August 15, 2014.Carte Blanche, Pace at Chesa Büsin, Zuoz, Switzerland, February 20–March 30, 2014.Beyond Earth Art: Contemporary Artists and the Environment, Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, January 25–June 8, 2014.Grounded, Pace Gallery. 534 West 25th Street, New York, January 17–February 22, 2014.2013Out of Hand: Materializing the Postdigital, Museum of Arts and Design, New York, October 15, 2013–July 6, 2014. (Catalogue)Marfa Dialogues / NY, Ballroom Marfa, Rauschenberg Project Space, New York, October–November 2013.Quiet Earth, Ballroom Marfa, Texas, October 15–November 30, 2013.Surveying the Terrain, Contemporary Art Museum, Raleigh, North Carolina, October 4, 2013–January 13, 2014.System/Repetition, Russell Bowman Art Advisory, Chicago, September 6–October 26, 2013.Water, Tripoli Gallery of Contemporary Art, Southampton, New York, August 15–September 9, 2013.Image and Abstraction, Pace Gallery, 510 West 25th Street, New York, July 19–August 16, 2013.The Lunder Collection: A Gift of Art to Colby College, Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville, Maine, July 13, 2013–June 8, 2014. (Catalogue)Summer Group Show: Mary Corse, Teresita Fernández, Maya Lin, Lehmann Maupin, New York, June 27–August 16, 2013.Neo Povera, L & M Arts, Venice, California, May 23–July 6, 2013.Generations, Museum of Fine Arts, Florida State University, Tallahassee, May 10–July 12, 2013.Drawing Line into Form: Works on Paper by Sculptors from the Collection of BNY Mellon. Tacoma Art Museum, Washington, February 26–May 26, 2013.2012Refracting Light, Reynolds Gallery, Richmond, Virginia, November 2–December 22, 2012.Color Ignited: Glass 1962–2012, Toledo Museum of Art, Ohio, June 14–September 9, 2012.2011The Confluence Project: Reimagining the Columbia River, with artwork by Maya Lin, Lewis-Clark State College Center for Arts & History, Lewiston, Indiana, August 26, 2011–February 10, 2012.The Festival of Ideas for the New City, New Museum, New York, May 4–8, 2011.Currents: Arts and the Environment, Courthouse Galleries, Portsmouth, Virginia, March 4–June 12, 2011.2010Inaugural exhibition, Charles P. Sifton Gallery, Theodore Roosevelt Federal Courthouse, Brooklyn, September 28–November 24, 2010.50 Years at Pace, The Pace Gallery, 510 West 25th Street, New York, September 17–October 16, 2010. (Catalogue)Water, Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers, State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, September 10, 2010–January 2, 2011.Wall Installations, William Griffin Gallery, Santa Monica, June 12–August 14, 2010.40, Texas Gallery, Houston, June 8–July 31, 2010.Off the Map, Kirkland Arts Center, Washington, February 12–March 10, 2010. (Catalogue)2009Animamix Biennial 2009–2010: Visual Attract & Attack, Museum of Contemporary Arts, Shanghai, December 13, 2009–January 31, 2010, Museum of Contemporary Arts Taipei, Taiwan, December 5, 2009–January 31, 2010, Today Art Museum, Beijing, November 27, 2009–January 10, 2010, and Guandong Museum of Art, January 21–February 21, 2010. (Catalogue)Shan Shui: The Nature on the Horizon of Art, Beijing Center for the Arts, September 19–October 18, 2009.13 + 6: Artists and Architects of City Center, Bellagio Gallery of Art, Las Vegas, September 17, 2009–April 4, 2010.Art at Colby: Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Colby College Museum of Art, Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville, Maine, July 11, 2009–February 21, 2010. (Catalogue)A Walk on the Beach, PaceWildenstein, 534 West 25th Street, New York, June 29–July 31, 2009.Design for a Living World, Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York, May 14, 2009–January 4, 2010.All Over the Map, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, February 15–May 10, 2009.Innovations in the Third Dimension: Sculpture of Our Time, Bruce Museum, Greenwich, Connecticut, January 24–May 24, 2009. (Catalogue)2008Time is of the Essence: Contemporary Landscape Art, Asheville Museum of Art, North Carolina, February 22–June 22, 2008.2007Visions of Concern, David Weinberg Collection, Chicago, October 26–December 29, 2007.Mining Glass, Museum of Glass, Tacoma, Washington, July 16, 2007–February 3, 2008.2006Group exhibition, Light Box, Los Angeles, 2006.Summer Sculpture Show, Gagosian Gallery, Los Angeles, July 20–August 30, 2006.2002U.S. Designs: 1975–2000, Denver Art Museum, February 26–May 26, 2002. Traveled to: Bass Museum of Art, Miami, February 15–May 10, 2003; Museum of Contemporary Art and Design, New York, June 19–September 28, 2003; Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Tennessee, November 30, 2003–February 29, 2004. (Catalogue)2000Women Designers in the USA, 1900–2000: Diversity and Difference, Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts, Design and Culture, New York, November 15, 2000–February 25, 2001. (Catalogue; curated by Pat Kirkham.)Precious Metals: Sculpture in Gold and Silver, Baldwin Gallery, Aspen, August 2000. Traveled to: Elaine Baker Gallery, Boca Raton, Florida, 2001; Galerie Simonne Sterne, New Orleans, 2001; Nohra Haime Gallery, New York, 2001.Nature: Contemporary Art and the Natural World, Marywood University, Scranton Pennsylvania, March 15–April 16, 2000.Illusions of Eden: Visions of the American Heartland, Columbus Museum of Art, Ohio, February 18–April 30, 2000. Traveled to: Museum of Modern Art, Vienna, June 1–August 15, 2000; Ludwig Museum, Budapest, September 21–November 26, 2000; Madison Art Center, Wisconsin, February 24–May 13, 2001; Washington Pavilion of Arts and Science, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, June–August 2001.1999Capturing Time: The New York Time Capsule, American Museum of Natural History, New York, December 4, 1999–March 26, 2000. (Curated by Steven Alexander.)Tomorrow Land, Alan Koppel Gallery, Chicago, November 20, 1999–February 2, 2000.Designing the Future: Three Directions for the New Millennium, Philadelphia Museum of Art, November 17, 1999–March 26, 2000.American Academy in Rome Annual Exhibition 1999, American Academy in Rome, June 17–July 18, 1999. (Catalogue)Group sculpture show, Gagosian Gallery, New York, April 21–May 8, 1999.Urban Mythologies: The Bronx Represented Since the 1960’s, Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York, April 8–September 5, 1999. (Catalogue; curated by Lydia Yee)Powder, Aspen Art Museum, February 24–April 11, 1999. (Catalogue)1997Stung by Splendor: Working Drawings and the Creative Movement, Cooper Union, New York, September 26–October 27, 1997.The Private Eye in Public Art, La Salle Partners at Nations Bank Plaza Gallery, Charlotte, North Carolina, January 31–October 21, 1997. (Curated by Joyce Pommeroy-Schwartz.)1996Extended Minimalism, Max Protetch Gallery, New York, 1996.1994Critical Mass, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, December 5–12, 1994. (Curated by Charles Long.)1993Presence, Ramnarine Gallery, Long Island City, New York, 1993. (Curated by Stephanie Theodore.)1992Culture Bites, Connecticut College, New London, 1992. Traveled to: Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, California, 1992. (Curated by Muranushi/Letterman.)1991Working with Wax, Tibor di Nagy Gallery, New York, 1991.Ornament: Ho Hum All Ye Faithful, John Post Lee Gallery, New York, December 1991–January 1992.Social Sculpture, Vrej Baghoomian Gallery, New York, September 14–October 12, 1991.198860’s to 80’s Sculpture Parallels, Sidney Janis Gallery, New York, opened February 25, 1988.1987Avant-Garde in the Eighties, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California, April 23–July 12, 1987. (Catalogue)1984Sites and Solutions: Recent Public Art, Freedman Gallery, Albright College, Reading, Pennsylvania, October 12–November 18, 1984. Traveled to: Gallery 400, College of Architecture, Art, and Urban Planning, University of Illinois, Chicago, January 9–February 2, 1985. (Catalogue)A Celebration of American Women Artists: Part II, The Recent Generation, Sidney Janis Gallery, New York, February 11–March 3, 1984. Maya LinPublic Collections Maya Lin Public Collections Brown University, Providence, Rhode IslandCalifornia Academy of Sciences, San Francisco (San Francisco Arts Commission for the Civic Art Collection, California)Carnegie Museum of Art, PittsburghChrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, VirginiaColby College Museum of Art, Waterville, MaineColumbus Museum of Art, OhioCornell Fine Arts Museum, Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, ArkansasDes Moines Art Center, IowaIndianapolis Museum of Art, IndianaJuniata College Museum of Art, Huntington, PennsylvaniaMinneapolis Institute of Art, MinnesotaMuseum of Arts and Design, New YorkMuseum of Contemporary Art, San DiegoMuseum of Fine Arts, BostonThe Metropolitan Museum of Art, New YorkThe Museum of Modern Art, New YorkNational Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.National Gallery of Canada, OttawaNelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MissouriNeuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, State University of New York, PurchaseNevada Museum of Art, RenoNew Museum, New YorkPhoenix Art Museum, ArizonaSmithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C.Spencer Collection, New York Public Library, New YorkStorm King Art Center, Mountainville, New YorkToledo Museum of Art, OhioThe Wanås Foundation, Knislinge, SwedenWexner Center for the Arts, Ohio State University, Columbus Maya LinPeriodicals Maya Lin Public Collections 2020 Schjeldahl, Peter. "Returning to Storm King." The New Yorker, 24 August 2020. https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2020/08/31/returning-to-storm-king "Colby's Lunder Institute Appoints Artist Maya Lin to Yearlong Fellowship.” Colby News, 26 August 2020. http://www.colby.edu/news/2020/08/26/maya-lin-appointed-to-fellowship-at-lunder-institute/ 2019 Lin, Maya. “Maya Lin’s Soft Power.” Interview with Paul Laster. Surface Magazine, 15 May 2019. https://www.surfacemag.com/articles/maya-lin-soft-power/ Lescaze, Zoë. “Context is Everything.” T: The New York Times Style Magazine, 19 May 2019. Lin, Maya. “Soft Power.” Interview with Paul Laster. Surface, no. 152 (May/June 2019): 94–105, illustrated, cover. Nelson, Danielle. “Gram Exhibiting ‘Maya Lin: Flow’” (Grand Rapids Art Museum exhibition review). GR Magazine, 15 May 2019. https://www.grmag.com/2019/05/15/gram-exhibiting-maya-lin-flow/ Owens, Mitchell. “Kiki Smith, Maya Lin, Anish Kapoor, and More Create Wild Carpets to Benefit Endangered Tigers.” Architectural Digest, 29 January 2019. https://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/kiki-smith-maya-lin-anish-kapoor-tiger-carpets-world-wildlife-fund Roniger, Taney. “Maya Lin: A River Is a Drawing” (Hudson River Museum exhibition review). Brooklyn Rail, 17 January 2019. https://brooklynrail.org/2018/12/artseen/Maya-Lin-A-River-Is-a-Drawing Platt, Ron. “Artist Maya Lin draws inspiration from Great Lakes, Grand River in new GRAM exhibition” (Grand Rapids exhibition review). Interview with Stateside Staff. Michigan Radio, 17 May 2019. Online Audio, 06:55. https://www.michiganradio.org/post/artist-maya-lin-draws-inspiration-great-lakes-grand-river-new-gram-exhibition 2018 “Artist Maya Lin Comes to Hudson River Museum” (exhibition review). Yonkers Times, 12 October 2018. http://yonkerstimes.com/artist-maya-lin-comes-to-hudson-river-museum/ Dube, Ilena. “Artists Urge Us to Get Outside and Smell the Moss” (Brandywine River Museum of Art exhibition review). Hyperallergic, 11 September 2018. https://hyperallergic.com/459175/natural-wonders-brandywine-river-museum-of-art/ Ellin, Abby. “In a River, Beauty and Power” (Hudson River Museum exhibition review). The New York Times, 28 October 2018: F4, illustrated. Hardaway, Connelly. “Vietnam Veterans Memorial designer Maya Lin speaks in Charleston this November.” Charleston City Paper, 15 June 2018. https://www.charlestoncitypaper.com/CultureShock/archives/2018/06/15/vietnam-veterans-memorial-designer-maya-lin-speaks-in-charleston-this-november “‘I See Rivers as Fluid Moving Drawings’: Watch Artist Maya Lin Re-Imagine New York’s Waterways.” Artnet News, 25 October 2018. https://news.artnet.com/exhibitions/maya-lin-reimagine-new-yorks-waterways-1379134 Newman, Joyce. “New Maya Lin Exhibition at Hudson River Museum in Yonkers” (exhibition review). The Loop, 22 October 2018. http://theloopny.com/new-maya-lin-exhibition-at-hudson-river-museum-in-yonkers/ “Outdoor Installation by Artist Maya Lin Underway on Princeton Campus.” Princeton University, 21 May 2018. https://www.princeton.edu/news/2018/05/21/outdoor-installation-artist-maya-lin-underway-princeton-campus Rubsam, Robert. “The Lauded Designer of the Vietnam War Memorial Brings Her Art to the Valley” (Hudson River Museum exhibition review). Hudson Valley, 9 October 2018. http://www.hvmag.com/Maya-Lin-Vietnam-War-Memorial-Artist-Hudson-River-Museum-Exhibit/ Scott, Andrea K. “In the Museums: Maya Lin” (Hudson River Museum exhibition review). The New Yorker, 24 and 31 December 2018: 8. “Video: Maya Lin Exhibit at Hudson River Museum” (exhibition review). Lohud The Journal News, 20 January 2019. Online video, 1:14. https://www.lohud.com/videos/news/local/westchester/yonkers/2018/10/12/video-maya-lin-exhibit-hudson-river-museum/1505314002/ 2017 Bergen, Jennifer. “Amazing Artists Inspire Children to Express Themselves.” The Mercury, 1 October 2017. http://themercury.com/features/books_and_writing/amazing-artists-inspire-children-to-express-themselves/article_84c2f746-e645-5b9f-8645-80ee67eeddce.html Blakemore, Erin. “This 21-Year-Old College Student Designed the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.” History, 13 September 2017. http://www.history.com/news/the-21-year-old-college-student-who-designed-the-vietnam-memorial Braddock, Alan C. “Ecology > Landscape.” American Art 31, no.2 (Summer 2017): 59–61, illustrated. Chandler, Michael Alison. “Ceremony Marks the 35th Anniversary of the Vietnam Wall.” Washington Post, 11 November 2017. https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/social-issues/ceremony-marks-the-35th-anniversary-of-the-vietnam-veterans-memorial/2017/11/11/a6a6a006-c6f7-11e7-84bc-5e285c7f4512_story.html “The Civil Rights Memorial: Until Justice Rolls Down.” SPLC Report 45th Anniversary Issue, 2017: 10, illustrated. “Esteemed Americans Come Together to Commemorate the 35th Anniversary of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.” PR Newswire, 28 September 2017. http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/esteemed-americans-come-together-to-commemorate-the-35th-anniversary-of-the-vietnam-veterans-memorial-300527847.html Gibbs, Nancy. “Firsts: Women Who are Changing the World.” Time, 18 September 2017: 64–81, illustrated. Grey, Tobias. “Maya Lin: The Renowned Artist and Designer Shares a Few of her Favorite Things.” Wall Street Journal Magazine, 9 December 2017: 148, illustrated. Kelly, Mike. “Maya Lin at the Intersection of Art and History.” North Jersey.com, 2 November 2017. Online video, 3:49. http://www.northjersey.com/story/news/columnists/mike-kelly/2017/11/02/maya-lin-intersection-art-and-history/814987001/ Kennicott, Phillip. “Fighting a war over a war memorial.” The Washington Post, 1 December 2017. https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/fighting-a-war-over-a-war-memorial/2017/12/01/d5b2318a-c639-11e7-84bc-5e285c7f4512_story.html?utm_term=.ebb2e312d0f9 Lin, Maya. “Dematerializing the Memorial: An Interview with Maya Lin.” Interview with Lindsey Davis. Art21 Magazine, 28 September 2017. http://magazine.art21.org/2017/09/28/dematerializing-the-memorial-an-interview-with-maya-lin Lin, Maya. “Climate Change & Data Drawings: An Interview with Maya Lin” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). Interview with Lindsey Davis. Art21 Magazine, 8 September 2017. http://magazine.art21.org/2017/09/08/climate-change-data-drawings-an-interview-with-maya-lin Lin, Maya. “The Sculptor: Maya Lin.” Time, 7 September 2017. Online video, 2:55. http://time.com/collection/firsts/4883284/maya-lin-firsts/ Lin, Maya. “Art: Artists at Work: Maya Lin.” Interview with Haley Weiss. Interview, 11 August 2017. http://www.interviewmagazine.com/art/artists-at-work-maya-lin/ Li, Suchao. “Green.” Artco China (May 2017): 48–53, illustrated. McKnight, Jenna. “Toshiko Mori and Maya Lin Create Buildings for Boston Pharmaceutical Campus.” Dezeen, 31 May 2017. https://www.dezeen.com/2017/05/31/toshiko-mori-maya-lin-buildings-pharmaceutical-campus-cambridge-architecture-health-boston-usa/ Nesamani, Janice. “Maya Lin: A Vision of the Future.” Northwest Asian Weekly, 9 February 2017. http://nwasianweekly.com/2017/02/maya-lin-a-vision-of-the-future/ Perrottet, Tony. “Field of Dreams.” The Wall Street Journal, 21 May 2017: 82–91, illustrated. Reston, James. “How Maya Lin’s Vietnam War Memorial Broke the Competition’s Biggest Rule.” Salon, 1 October 2017. https://www.salon.com/2017/10/01/how-maya-lins-vietnam-war-memorial-broke-the-competitions-biggest-rule/ Rubinton, Noel. “Where to See (Really See) the Art of Maya Lin.” The New York Times, 20 October 2017. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/20/travel/where-to-see-really-see-the-art-of-maya-lin.html Saltz, Jerry, “Three-Sentence Reviews: Peter Saul’s Fake News, Trevor Paglen’s Zombie Conceptualism, and 7 More September Shows” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). Vulture. 19 September 2017. http://www.vulture.com/2017/09/three-sentence-reviews-peter-saul-trevor-paglen-and-7-more.html Sandaine, Kerri. “Remote Washington Park Features Work by Artist Maya Lin.” The Spokesman Review, 16 April 2017. http://www.spokesman.com/stories/2017/apr/16/remote-washington-park-features-work-by-artist-may/ Scott. Johnie, Barbara Rose, Maya Lin, Ed Ruscha, and Ian Volner. “The Art of the Ideal: Johnie Scott, Barbara Rose, Maya Lin, Ed Ruscha, and Ian Volner on the NEA.” Artforum 55, no. 10 (Summer 2017): 93–98, illustrated. Williams, Gisela. “This Swedish Estate Has Become a Must-see Cultural Destination.” Travel + Leisure, 18 September 2017. http://www.travelandleisure.com/trip-ideas/wanas-swedish-estate Williams, Gisela. “The Unique Value of Seeing Works in the Wild.” T: The New York Times Style Magazine, 21 September 2017. https://www.nytimes.com/2017/09/21/t-magazine/design/european-art-parks-sculpture.html 2016 Andersen, Kurt. “American Icons: The Vietnam Veterans Memorial.” WBEZ 91.5, 26 May 2016. Online audio, 48:00. https://www.wbez.org/shows/studio-360-with-kurt-andersen/american-icons-the-vietnam-veterans-memorial/79144f66-34ae-49a9-b70a-5d71ceaf4cd7 “Artist in Residence Maya Lin Seeks Collaboration.” Colby News, 26 April 2016. http://www.colby.edu/news/2016/04/26/artist-in-residence-maya-lin-seeks-collaboration/ Barone, Joshua. “Maya Lin Unveils Redesign of Smith College Library.” The New York Times, 17 October 2016: C3. Campbell, Robert. “New Novartis Building Is a Work of Art on Mass. Ave.” Boston Globe, 6 December 2016. https://www.bostonglobe.com/arts/art/2016/12/06/work-art-from-maya-lin-mass-ave/a1ciDJCWbCXe5ikP1aJ8PP/story.html Capossela, Francesca. “’Glass’ Exhibition Explores the Medium with Three Art Greats” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). The Creators Project, 1 July 2016. http://thecreatorsproject.vice.com/blog/glass-exhibition-group-show-pace Ernus. “Exhibition: Maya Lin Ge Ren Zhan Lan” (Pace Hong Kong exhibition review). JET, 1 February 2016. Flamer, Keith. “President Obama Honors Frank Gehry and Maya Lin With Presidential Medal of Freedom.” Forbes.com, 24 November 2016. http://www.forbes.com/sites/keithflamer/2016/11/24/president-obama-honors-frank-gehry-and-maya-lin-with-presidential-medal-of-freedom/ Hoffman, Barbara. “In My Library: Maya Lin.” New York Post, 3 April 2016. http://nypost.com/2016/04/03/in-my-library-maya-lin/ Kennedy, Merrit. "These Are the 21 People Receiving The Nation's Highest Civilian Honor." WNCW.org, 16 November 2016. http://wncw.org/post/these-are-21-people-receiving-nations-highest-civilian-honor Lindahl, Chris. “Celebrated Architect Maya Lin Blends Old, New in Library Makeover.” Daily Hampshire Gazette, 15 October 2016. http://www.gazettenet.com/Maya-Lin-unveils-design-for-redesigned-Smith-College-Neilson-Library-5391128 Lin, Maya. “Visionaries: Richard Branson, Maya Lin and Frank Gehry.” PBS.org, 2 February 2016. Online video, 52:42. http://www.pbs.org/weta/finding-your-roots/visionaries-full-episode/14999/ Luan, Shixuan. “Yi Yi Shu Ji Nian Cui Ruo de He Liu: Maya Lin Xiang Gang Shou Chang Ge Zhan Zai Pei Si Kai Mu” (Pace Hong Kong exhibition review). The Art Newspaper (China), 22 January 2016. http://www.tanchinese.com/exhibitions/14223/ Ma, Haewon and Michael Holmes. "Lin to Receive Presidential Medal of Freedom." Yale Daily News, 18 November 2016. http://yaledailynews.com/blog/2016/11/18/lin-to-receive-presidential-medal-of-freedom/ “Maya Lin Shares Design for New Neilson Library.” Grecourt Gate, 14 October 2016. https://www.smith.edu/news/maya-lin-shares-design-for-new-neilson-library/ Mead, Rachel. “Gateway Center Installation Completes ‘Ohio Trilogy.’” The Oberlin Review, 28 October 2016. http://oberlinreview.org/11479/arts/gateway-center-installation-completes-ohio-trilogy/ Mccoole, Veena. “Lin Opens Women of Yale Series.” Yale Daily News, 10 October 2016. http://yaledailynews.com/blog/2016/10/10/lin-opens-women-of-yale-series/ Michalarou, Efi. “Art Cities: N. York - Glass” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). Dream Idea Machine, 18 August 2016. http://www.dreamideamachine.com/en/?p=17812 O’Neill, Tracy. “Podcast #108: Maya Lin on Memorializing What Is Missing.” New York Public Library, 31 May 2016. http://www.nypl.org/blog/2016/05/31/podcast-maya-lin Plitt, Amy. “Tribeca Megamansion Designed by Maya Lin Gets Enthusiastic Approval from LPG.” Curbed New York, 22 June 2016. http://ny.curbed.com/2016/6/22/12001874/maya-lin-tribeca-house-landmarks-preservation-commission Rong, Xiaoqing. “The Journey Wall at New York’s MOCA Immortalises Chinese Immigrants’ Tales in Bronze.” Post Magazine, 14 March 2016. http://www.scmp.com/magazines/post-magazine/article/1922856/journey-wall-new-yorks-moca-immortalises-chinese-immigrants Shaw, Catherine. “Testing the Water: Maya Lin’s New River Installations at Pace Gallery Hong Kong” (exhibition review). Wallpaper*, 25 January 2016. http://www.wallpaper.com/art/maya-lin-new-river-installations-takes-overpace-gallery-hong-kong Shedd, Karin. “Maya Lin Gives First Lecture of ‘Women of Yale’ Series.” Yale News, 10 October 2016. http://news.yale.edu/2016/10/10/maya-lin-gives-first-lecture-women-yale-series Sweeney, Emily. “Maya Lin to Unveil New Library Design at Smith College.” Boston Globe, 13 October 2016. https://www.bostonglobe.com/lifestyle/names/2016/10/13/maya-lin-unveil-new-library-design-smith-college/pZFmCesnBWQEp3EaaWpxEK/story.html Travers, Julia. “Land as Canvas.” Earth Island Journal, 20 May 2016. http://www.earthisland.org/journal/index.php/elist/eListRead/land_as_canvas/ Winters, Claire. “Architect Maya Lin’s Battle For ‘The Freedom of Reflection.’” Investor’s Business Daily, 7 November 2016: A4, A21, illustrated. Yotka, Steff. “3.1 Phillip Lim Teams with Maya Lin on Charitable Tees for Earth Day.” Vogue, 20 April 2016. http://www.vogue.com/13428326/31-phillip-lim-maya-lin-earth-day-tees/ 2015 Bernstein, Fred A. “Maya Lin Surpasses Her Memorials.” Introspective Magazine, 26 October 2015. http://www.1stdibs.com/introspective-magazine/maya-lin/ Bowley, Graham. “Arts, Briefly: Maya Lin to Lead Smith Library Redesign.” The New York Times, 9 April 2015: C3. Chu, Christie. “Maya Lin Creates 200-Ton Earth Installation for Phillip Lim Runway Show.” Artnet News, 16 September 2015. https://news.artnet.com/in-brief/maya-lin-phillip-lim-fashion-week-333080 Duray, Dan. "Xu Bing, Mark Bradford, Sam Gilliam, Maya Lin, Julie Mehretu, Pedro Reyes, and Kehinde Wiley Win U.S. Department of State Medal of Arts." Art News, 15 January 2015. http://www.artnews.com/2015/01/15/xu-bing-mark-bradford-sam-gilliam-maya-lin-julie-mehretu-pedro-reyes-and-kehinde-wiley-win-u-s-department-of-state-medal-of-arts/ Hummel, Terry. “Art Exhibits a Study in Contrasts” (Orlando Museum of Art exhibition review). Orlando Sentinel, 18 February 2015. http://www.orlandosentinel.com/entertainment/arts-and-theater/os-terry-hummel-art-events-orlando-20150218-column.html "Ode to a Vanishing World" (Orlando Museum of Art exhibition review). Art + Auction, no. 5 (January 2015): 30, illustrated. Palm, Matthew J. “Acclaimed Artist Maya Lin Has First Major Florida Exhibition in Orlando” (exhibition review). Orlando Sentinel, 27 January 2015. http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/os-maya-lin-exhibition-at-orlando-museum-of-art-20150126-premiumvideo.html Lin, Maya. “From Storm King to the Vietnam Memorial, Maya Lin’s ‘Topologies.’” The Leonard Lopate Show, WNYC, 25 November 2015. Online audio, 31:00. http://www.wnyc.org/story/maya-lin-topologies/ Lin, Maya. “Kingdom of New York: Maya Lin.” Interview with David Wallis. Observer, 7 December 2015: 82, illustrated. Lin, Maya. “Maya Lin’s New Art Installation at Brown Goes under Bay’s Surface.” Interview with Bill Van Siclen. Providence Journal, 19 April 2015. http://www.providencejournal.com/article/20150419/ENTERTAINMENTLIFE/150419354/13938/ENTERTAINMENT Martinez, Alanna. “Artist Maya Lin Sculpts an Earthy Runway for Phillip Lim’s 10th Anniversary Show.” New York Observer, 15 September 2015. http://observer.com/2015/09/artist-maya-lin-sculpts-an-earthy-runway-for-phillip-lims-10th-anniversary-show/ “Maya Lin to Receive Smithsonian’s First-Ever ‘Portrait of a Nation’ Prize.” Artforum, 13 November 2015. http://artforum.com/news/id=56218 2014 Ashlock, Alex. “New Names Etched Into Vietnam Veterans Memorial.” Here&Now. Online audio, 5:00, 12 May 2014. http://hereandnow.wbur.org/2014/05/12/vietnam-memorial-wall Bowley, Graham. “Arts, Briefly: Maya Lin Wins $300,000 Gish Prize.” The New York Times, 8 October 2014: C3. “Building Up to Celilo.” The Dalles Chronicle, 12 June 2014. http://www.thedalleschronicle.com/news/2014/jun/12/building-celilo/ Cheng, Susan. “Earth’s Landscape Like You’ve Never Seen Before in ‘Platform: Maya Lin’ at Parrish Art Museum” (exhibition review). Complex Art + Design, 2 July 2014. http://www.complex.com/art-design/2014/07/earths-landscape-like-youve-never-seen-before-in-platform-maya-lin-at-platform-art-museum Chisholm, Nan. “The Chrisholm Trail: Notes from the Road. Maya Lin: ‘A Strong Clear Vision.’” KC Studio Magazine, March/April 2014: 36, illustrated. Corcoran, Heather. “Q&A: Art and Science.” The New York Times CLXIII, no. 56555, 6 July 2014: P3, illustrated. Culverwell, Wendy. “Maya Lin-designed Celilo Falls Installation Wins Key Support.” Portland Business Journal, 26 June 2014. http://www.bizjournals.com/portland/blog/sbo/2014/06/maya-lin-designed-celilo-falls-installation-wins.html Fancher, Lou. “Maya Lin Art and Environmental Activism Feature in Berkeley Exhibit” (David Brower Center exhibition review). San Jose Mercury News, 24 September 2014. http://www.mercurynews.com/entertainment/ci_26585633/maya-lin-art-and-environmental-activism-featured-berkeley Fitzsimmons, Emma C. “In Yonkers, a Shuttered Jail Becomes Part of a Budding Art Scene.” The New York Times, 16 April 2014: A22, illustrated. Frock, Christian L. “Art Review: Maya Lin Combines Sculpture, Environmental Research” (David Brower Center exhibition review). SFGate, 8 October 2014. http://www.sfgate.com/entertainment/article/Art-review-Maya-Lin-combines-sculpture-5807943.php#photo-6967915 Goleas, Janet. “Art Review: Maya Lin Explores Environment at the Parrish” (exhibition review). Hamptons Art Hub, 30 July 2014. http://hamptonsarthub.com/2014/07/30/maya-lin-explores-environment-at-the-parrish/ Gopnik, Adam. “Stone and Bones.” New Yorker, 7&14 July 2014: 38–44, illustrated. Haveles, Kate. “Eco-Minded Art” (The Parrish Art Museum exhibition review). Artlog, 17 July 2014. http://artlog.com/post/92056829125/eco-minded-art-more-the-parrish-art-museum Keats, Jonathon. “This Maya Lin Exhibit Gives A Stunning New Perspective On Superstorm Sandy – And Environmentalism” (Parrish Art Museum exhibition review). Forbes, 10 July 2014. http://www.forbes.com/sites/jonathonkeats/2014/07/10/this-maya-lin-exhibit-gives-a-stunning-new-perspective-on-superstorm-sandy-and-environmentalism/ Kiyoizumi, A. J. “Artist Maya Lin Remembers What Is Missing.” The Daily Californian, 3 October 2014. http://www.dailycal.org/2014/10/03/maya-lin/ Law, Steve. “Celilo Work by Maya Lin Wins Big Grant.” Portland Tribune, 25 June 2014. http://portlandtribune.com/sl/225400-87756-celilo-work-by-maya-lin-wins-big-grant Leonard, Pat. “Maya Lin’s ‘Sound Ring’ Unveiled at Lab of Ornithology.” Cornell Chronicle, 3 June 2014. http://www.news.cornell.edu/stories/2014/06/maya-lins-sound-ring-unveiled-lab-ornithology Lin, Maya. “’Empty Room’ Artist Maya Lin Aims to Change the Course of the World” (Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art exhibition review). Cornell Chronicle, 17 April 2014. MP4 video, 02:01. http://www.cornell.edu/video/artist-maya-lin Lin, Maya. “Maya Lin on Using Art to Awaken Audiences to Our Ecological Plight” (Parrish Art Museum exhibition review). Interview with Andrew M. Goldstein. Artspace, 29 August 2014. http://www.artspace.com/magazine/interviews_features/maya-lin-interview Lin, Maya. “Maya Lin: What Is Missing?” Artforum, 2 December 2014. http://artforum.com/words/id=49297 Lin, Maya. “Q. & A. | Maya Lin on Saving the Planet Through Art” (Parrish Art Museum exhibition review). Interview with Heather Corcoran. T: The New York Times Style Magazine, 3 July 2014. http://tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/07/03/maya-lin-interview-platform-memorial-parrish-art-museum/ Nuwer, Rachel. “In Maya Lin’s New Exhibition, a Singing Ring Contains the Sounds of Endangered Worlds.” Smithsonian.com, 9 June 2014. http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/exhibition-immerses-visitors-sounds-endangered-habitats-180951686/?no-ist “Parrish Art Museum Features Six New, Ecologically Inspired Works by Maya Lin” (exhibition review). Artfix Daily, 30 June 2014. http://www.artfixdaily.com/artwire/release/1165-parrish-art-museum-features-six-new-ecologically-inspired-works-b Renzulli, Melanie. “War Memorials Around the USA.” USA Today, 22 May 2014, illustrated. http://www.usatoday.com/experience/weekend/my-weekend-experience/war-memorials-around-the-usa/9321371/ Richard, Terry. “Maya Lin’s Confluence Project Decorates Sacajawea State Park in Tri-Cities.” Oregonlive, 7 July 2014. http://www.oregonlive.com/travel/index.ssf/2014/07/maya_lins_confluence_projects.html Sandaine, Kerri. “Maya Lin Art Project Moving Ahead in Idaho.” Stars and Stripes, 5 August 2014. http://www.stripes.com/news/us/maya-lin-art-project-moving-ahead-in-idaho-1.296895 Sultzer, Elizabeth. “Maya Lin Wins $300,000 Gish Prize.” Art in America, 8 October 2014. http://www.artinamericamagazine.com/news-features/news/maya-lin-wins-300000-gish-prize/ Susmann, Natalie M. “As You Were Saying…A Memorial That Moves Visitors.” Boston Herald, 18 May 2014. http://bostonherald.com/news_opinion/opinion/op_ed/2014/05/as_you_were_saying_a_memorial_that_moves_visitors Sutphin, Eric. “Eco-Formalism: Maya Lin at the Parrish Art Museum” (exhibition review). Artcritical, 21 July 2014. http://www.artcritical.com/2014/07/21/sutphin-lin-parrish-museum/ 2013 Corcoran, Heather. “Hot Water” (Tripoli Gallery exhibition review). Beach (August 2013): 60, illustrated. “Frey Foundation Recognizes Artist Maya Lin’s Vision at Rosa Parks Circle With Granite Marker.” Fox 17 News, 26 September 2013. http://fox17online.com/2013/09/26/frey-foundation-recognizes-artist-maya-lins-vision-at-rosa-parks-circle-with-granite-marker/#axzz2g0qdwpdu “Galleries—Uptown: Maya Lin” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). The New Yorker, 24 June 2013: 16. Gardner, Jr., Ralph. “Rooted in America: Visiting the Museum of Chinese in America With Its Designer, Architect Maya Lin.” The Wall Street Journal, 30 May 2013: A18, illustrated. Kino, Carol. “Maya Lin’s New Memorial Is a City” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). The New York Times, 28 April 2013: AR24, illustrated. Laster, Paul. “Maya Lin: Here and There” (exhibition review). Time Out New York, no. 119, 13–19 June 2013: 44, installation view. Lin, Maya. “The Creative Mind: Q & A with Artist and Architect Maya Lin.” Interview by Allison Berry. Time, 2 May 2013. http://style.time.com/2013/05/02/the-creative-mind-qa-with-artist-and-architect-maya-lin/ Lin, Maya. “Maya Lin’s Small-Scale Recreation of New York and London.” Interview by Catie Keck. Whitewall, 26 April 2013. http://whitewallmag.com/all/art/maya-lins-small-scale-recreation-of-new-york-and-london# Livingston Nackman, Barbara. “Artist Maya Lin, Daniel Wolf to Buy Yonkers Jail.” Lohud.com, 22 November 2013. http://www.lohud.com/article/20131122/NEWS02/311220047/?nclick_check=1 Menconi, David. “High-tech Art Exhibit Surveys the Terrain of Surveillance” (Raleigh’s Contemporary Art Museum exhibition review). Charlotte Observer, 29 October 2013. http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2013/10/29/4424935/high-tech-art-exhibit-surveys.html O’Malley, Michael. “Architect May Lin, Designer of Vietnam Memorial, Speaks at Oberlin College.” Cleveland.com, 6 April 2013. http://www.cleveland.com/metro/index.ssf/2013/04/architect_maya_lin_designer_of.html “Q & A: Maya Lin.” Dwell (April 2013): 40–44, illustrated. Roniger, Taney. “Maya Lin: Here and There” (exhibition review). The Brooklyn Rail (June 2013): 37, illustrated. Silver, Leigh. “Maya Lin and Daniel Wolf Plan to Turn the Yonkers City Jail Into an Art Space.” Complex Art + Design, 25 November 2013. http://www.complex.com/art-design/2013/11/maya-lin-daniel-wolf-yonkers-jail Thorson, Alice. “Maya Lin’s New Sculpture for the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Reflects the Missouri River” (exhibition review). Kansascity, 31 October 2013. http://www.kansascity.com/2013/10/31/4588536/sculptor-maya-lin-makes-a-piece.html Walsh, Kitty. “Maya Lin: Here and There” (Pace London exhibition review). One Stop Arts, 27 March 2013. http://onestoparts.com/22/291/view/9760/searchterm=maya%20lin 2012 Goldberger, Paul. “Flashback: Reflected Grief.” Vanity Fair, no. 620 (April 2012): 175, illustrated. Lin, Maya. “Top Ten.” Artforum 50, no. 6 (February 2012): 103–104, illustrated. “Photo-Op: Et in Arcadia Ego.” The Wall Street Journal, 23 July 2012, illustrated. 2011 Godfrey, Durell. “Garden Tour, Party for Guild Hall.” East Hampton Star, 25 August 2011: C3, illustrated. Kennedy, Randy. “Plan for a Memorial Splits Newport’s Old Guard.” The New York Times, 29 November 2011: C1, C6, illustrated. “Memorial Designer, Va. Justice Among Jefferson Honorees.” The (Charlottesville) Daily Progress, 21 March 2011. http://www2.dailyprogress.com/news/2011/mar/21/memorial-designer-va-justice-among-jefferson-honor-ar-918621/ Sorenson, Soren. “29 Years Later: An In-Depth Look at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.” New England Post, 11 November 2011. http://www.newenglandpost.com/2011/11/11/29-years-later-vietnam-veterans-memorial/ 2010 Casidy, Victor M. “Maya Lin at the Arts Club of Chicago.” Chicago Art Magazine, 15 February 2010. http://chicagoartmagazine.com/2010/02/maya-lin-at-the-arts-club-of-chicago/ Cohen, Margot. “The Collector: Maya Lin.” The Wall Street Journal, 26 February 2010. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB126708083973951315.html?KEYWORDS=maya+lin Cotter, Holland. “Always in Its Element, No Matter the Weather.” The New York Times, 7 September 2010: illustrated. Epstein, Ian. “Art: Five Shows to See Now” (Arts Club of Chicago exhibition review). New City, 11 February 2010: 12–13. “Maya Lin” (The Arts Club of Chicago exhibition review). Sculpture (April 2010). Parker, Adam. “Spoleto’s Perplexing Poster Talk of the Town.” The (Charleston, S.C.) Post and Courier, 7 May 2010: 1B+, illustrated. Prinzing, Debra. “Maya Lin-designed Venice house featured on architecture walking tour.” Los Angeles Times, 19 May 2010. Sims, Jenna. “Art on Vacation.” Art & Antiques (April 2010): 81, illustrated. Viera, Lauren. “Picture (and sculpture) perfect” (Arts Club of Chicago exhibition review). Chicago Tribune, 16 April 2010: illustrated. Zetouni, Sigalit. “This is Man’s Work” (Arts Club of Chicago exhibition review). Chicago Life Magazine (Winter 2010): 22, illustrated. 2009 Baker, Kenneth. “Maya Lin asks ‘What Is Missing?’ before it’s lost.” San Francisco Chronicle, 24 April 2009: F3. Boettger, Suzaan. “Nature/Culture: Hybrid Field.” Art in America (October 2009): 118–121, illustrated. Cohen, Patricia. “Employing Art Along With Ambassadors.” The New York Times, 27 June 2009: discussed. Cotter, Holland. “Where the Ocean Meets the Catskills” (Storm King Art Center exhibition review). The New York Times, 8 May 2009: C23, C28, illustrated. Davidson, Justin. “Architecture: Maya Lin’s Big Dig.” New York, 31 August–7 September 2009: 74. Easton, Valerie. “Landscape: Art and Landscape Converge.” Garden Design (July/August 2009): 78–80, illustrated. Jones, Jay. “New City Center is a haven for contemporary art.” Los Angeles Times, 9 October 2009. Koch, Wendy. “Maya Lin unveils haunting video to stop deforestation at U.N. climate talks.” USA Today, 18 December 2009. http://content.usatoday.com/communities/greenhouse/post/2009/12/vietnam-veterans-memorials-maya-lin-creates-haunting-video-to-stop-deforestation/1 Lindquist, Greg. “Artseen: Maya Lin” (PaceWildenstein and Storm King Art Center exhibitions review). Brooklyn Rail (October 2009). Littlejohn, David. “Art & Architecture: If Not a City, Then What?” The Wall Street Journal, 23 December 2009, Leisure & Arts: D5. Min, Susette. “Entropic Designs: A Review of Maya Lin: Systematic Landscapes and Asian/American/Modern Art: Shifting Currents, 1900–1970 at the de Young Museum” (exhibition review). American Quarterly 61, no. 1 (March 2009): 193–215, illustrated. Montgomery, David. “Monumental Return” (Corcoran Gallery of Art exhibition review). The Washington Post, 17 March 2009: C01. Morgan, Susan. “The Missing Piece.” T: The New York Times Style Magazine (Fall 2009): 58, illustrated. Nadelman, Cynthia. “Reviews: Maya Lin” (Storm King Art Center exhibition review). Art News (Summer 2009): 120, illustrated. Naves, Mario. “Maya Lin: Three Ways of Looking at the Earth” (PaceWildenstein exhibition review). City Arts, 7 October 2009: illustrated. O’Sullivan, Michael. “Maya Lin Brings the Outside In” (Corcoran Gallery of Art exhibition review). The Washington Post, 20 March 2009: 20–21, illustrated. Roberts, Sam. “400 Years and 400 Names: Museum Tweaks City A-List.” The New York Times, 8 September 2009. Rohter, Larry. “New Home for Chinese Experience in America.” The New York Times, 9 July 2009: C1. Rothstein, Edward. “Reopened Museum Tells Chinese-American Stories.” The New York Times, 22 September 2009: C1+. Russell, James S. “Chinese-American Past Rescued From Chop Suey Cliche (Update1).” Bloomberg.com, 31 December 2009. http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=email_en&sid=aO_SWwYqnWNQ Tuchman, Phyllis. “Arts & Culture: Catching the Wave.” Town & Country (April 2009): 68, illustrated. Schwartz, Ariel. “Maya Lin Unveils ‘Unchopping a Tree’ in Copenhagen.” Fast Company.com, 16 December 2010. http://www.fastcompany.com/blog/ariel-schwartz/sustainability/maya-lin-unveils-unchopping-tree-copenhagen Shubailat, Nadine. “Environment is Maya Lin’s Latest Muse.” ABC News, 4 October 2009. http://abcnews.go.com/print?id=8726555 2008 Benson, Heidi. “Maya Lin looks at nature — from the inside.” San Francisco Chronicle, 24 October 2008: E1, E8, illustrated. Kino, Carol. “Once Inspired by a War, Now by the Land.” The New York Times, 9 November 2008: illustrated. Lebowitz, Cathy. “Confluence Project.” Art in America (May 2008): 158, illustrated. Lebowitz, Cathy. “Maya Line: Building Nature.” Art in America (May 2008): 152–157, illustrated. O’Connor, Anne-Marie. “Earthly concern.” Los Angeles Times, 1 April 2008: E1, E6, illustrated. Vogel, Carol. “Inside Art––Maya Lin at Storm King.” The New York Times, 27 June 2008: E24. “What’s On: California—Maya Lin: Systematic Landscapes” (De Young Museum exhibition review). The Art Newspaper 17, no. 195 (October 2008): 74. 2006 Farr, Sheila. “The Nature of Maya Lin.” The Seattle Times, 16 April 2006: K1, K5, illustrated. Hackett, Regina. “The lay of the land according to Maya Lin” (Henry Art Gallery exhibition review). The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 22 April 2006: E1, E8, illustrated. 2005 Parfit, Michael. “35 Who Made a Difference: Maya Lin.” Smithsonian (November 2005). 2002 Castro, Jan Garden. “One Who Sees Space: A Conversation with Maya Lin.” Sculpture 21, no. 7 (September 2002): 37–43, illustrated; cover. Hawthorne, Christopher. “Maya Lin: America’s Newest Urbanist.” Metropolis Magazine (March 2002): 5–8. Hawthorne, Christopher. “Somewhere Between Art and Architecture.” Metropolis Magazine (October 2002). Hawthorne, Christopher. “Water Works.” Metropolis Magazine (March 2002). Kimmelman, Michael. “Out of Minimalism: Monuments to Memory.” The New York Times, 13 January 2002. Lin, Maya. “Red, White, Blue and Green.” O Magazine (February 2002): 144–145+. Menand, Louis. “Profiles: The Reluctant Memorialist.” The New Yorker, 8 July 2002: 54–65. 2000 Campbell, Robert. “Rock, Paper, Vision.” The Boston Globe, 30 November 2000. Lin, Maya. “Making Waves: Cay Sophie Rabinowitz interviews Maya Lin.” Interview by Cay Sophie Rabinowitz. Art Papers 24, no. 2 (March/April 2000): 26–31. McGuigan, Cathleen. “An Architect Works on Paper.” Newsweek, 16 October 2000: 74. 1998 Cotter, Holland. “Art in Review––Maya Lin: ‘Topologies’.” The New York Times, 11 September 1998: illustrated. Heartney, Eleanor. “Distillations of Landscape.” Art in America 86, no. 9 (September 1998): 86–89, 137, illustrated. 1996 Finklepearl, Tom. “The Anti-Monumental Work of Maya Lin.” Public Art Review 8, no. 1 (Fall/Winter 1996): 5–9. 1995 Goldberger, Paul. “Maya Lin’s Power of the Serene.” The New York Times, 29 October 1995. “100 Visionaries.” Utne Reader (January/February 1995). 1994 “Fifty for the Future.” Time, 5 December 1994. Stein, Judith. “Maya Lin––Space and Place.” Art in America 82, no. 12 (December 1994): 66–71, 117. Vogel, Carol. “Maya Lin’s World of Architecture, Or Is It Art?” The New York Times, 9 May 1994: B1–B2. Maya LinBooks and Catalogues Maya Lin Books 2019“Maya Lin.” In Hall, Jane. Breaking Ground. New York: Phaidon Press Limited, 2019: 116, illustrated.Thessia Machado: Toward the Unsound (exhibition catalogue). Chicago: The Arts Club of Chicago, 2019: 10, illustrated.2018Chisholm, Linda A. The History of Landscape Design in 100 Gardens. Portland, Oregon: Timber Press, 2018: 467, illustrated.Destination Art: 500 Artworks Worth the Trip. New York: Phaidon, 2018: 454, illustrated.Gosslee, John and Heather Zises, ed. 50 Contemporary Women Artists. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publishing, 2018: 156–162, illustrated.Indicators: Artists on Climate Change (exhibition catalogue). Mountainville, New York: Storm King Art Center, 2018: 52–53, illustrated.Maya Lin: A River Is a Drawing (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Masha Turchinsky, Miwako Tezuka, Peter Boswell, and the artist. Yonkers, New York: Hudson River Museum, 2018.Trigg, David. Reading Art: Art for Book Lovers. London and New York: Phaidon Press, 2018: 82, illustrated.2017Harvey, Jeanne Walker. Maya Lin: Artist-Architect of Light and Lines: Designer of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. New York: Henry Holt and Co., 2017.Reston, James, Jr. A Rift in the Earth: Art, Memory, and the Fight for a Vietnam War Memorial. New York: Arcade Publishing, 2017.Rubin, Susan Goldman. Maya Lin: Thinking with Her Hands. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 2017.2017 Canadian Biennial (exhibition catalogue). Ottawa: The National Gallery of Canada, 2017 166–169, illustrated.2016Adamson, Glenn and Julia Bryan-Wilson. Art in the Making: Artists and Their Materials from the Studio to Crowdsourcing. New York: Thames & Hudson: 79, illustrated.Scale: Terra Foundation Essay, Volume 2. Edited by Jennifer L. Roberts. Chicago and Paris: Terra Foundation for American Art, 2016: 58, illustrated.Senie, Harriet F. Memorials to Shattered Myths: Vietnam to 9/11. Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press, 2016.Vanderstukken, Koen. Glass: Virtual, Real. London: Black Dog Publishing, 2016: 258, illustrated.2015Doubek, Robert W. Creating the Vietnam Veterans Memorial the Inside Story. Jefferson, United States: McFarland, 2015.Maya Lin: Topologies. Text by Michael Brenson, William L. Fox, and Paul Goldberger. New York: Rizzoli, 2015.River Crossings: Contemporary Art Comes Home (exhibition catalogue). New York: The Artist Book Foundation, 2015: 94–95, illustrated.Wonder (exhibition catalogue). Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian American Art Museum Renwick Gallery, 2015: 194–9.2014Maya Lin: Rivers and Mountains (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Luis Fernández-Galiano and William Fox. Madrid: Ivorypress, 2014.Stokstad, Marilyn and Michael W. Cothren. Art History (Fifth Edition). New York: Pearson, 2014: 1116, illustrated.2013Atkins, Robert. Art Speak: A Guide to Contemporary Ideas, Movements, and Buzzwords, 1945 to the Present. New York and London: Abbeville Press Publishers, 2013: 214, illustrated.Blunt, Hannah W. and Fronia Simpson, ed. The Lunder Collection: A Gift of Art to Colby College (exhibition catalogue). Waterville, Maine: Colby College Museum of Art, 2013: 17, 318, 319, 352, illustrated.Delong, Lea Rosson, ed. Des Moines Art Center Collects. Des Moines, Iowa: Des Moines Art Center, 2013: 128, 129, illustrated.Goodman, Abigail Ross, ed. Art for Rollins: The Alfond Collection of Contemporary Art, Volume I. Winter Park, Florida: Cornell Fine Arts Museum, 2013: 72–73, illustrated.Labaco, Ronald T. Out of Hand: Materializing the Postdigital (exhibition catalogue). Texts by David Revere McFadden, Christiane Paul and Greg Lynn. London: Black Dog Publishing, 2013: 52–53, illustrated.LaRocca, David. “A Series of Remarks on Takashi Homma’s New Waves.” In New Waves 2000–2013: Takashi Homma (exhibition catalogue). New York: Longhouse Projects, 2013: 14, illustrated.Lin, Maya. “Interview with Elizabeth Hess (1983), Interview with Sarah J. Rogers (1993), Lecture (1995).” In Kristine Stiles and Peter Selz. Theories and Documents of Contemporary Art: A Sourcebook of Artists’ Writings. Second edition. Berkeley, California: University of California Press, 2012: 623–624.Maya Lin: Here and There (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Robert Storr, William Fox, and the artist. New York: Pace Gallery, 2013.Nasher XChange (exhibition catalogue). Dallas, Texas: Nasher Sculpture Center, 2014: 92, illustrated.2012Maya Lin (exhibition catalogue). Pittsburgh: Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, 2012.2010Brunon, Hervé and Monique Mosser. L’art du jardin du début du XXe siècle à nos jours. France: CNDP, 2011: cover.50 Years at Pace (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Arne Glimcher et al. New York: The Pace Gallery, 2010: illustrated.Hayden, Malin Hedlin and Jessica Sjöholm Skrubbe, eds. Feminisms Is Still Our Name. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010: 94, illustrated.Hollins, Christopher John. The Animal Within: Explaining the Bizarre and Ludicrous in Modern Art. Sussez: Book Guild Publishing, 2010: 161, illustrated.Keaton, Diane. House on the Landscape. New York: Rizzoli, 2010: illustrated.Lin, Maya. “Interview: Maya Lin: Landscapes and Memorials.” Interview with Tom Finkelpearl. In Dialogue in Public Art. Cambridge and London: The MIT Press, 2010: 110–125, illustrated.Maya Lin (exhibition catalogue). Text by Terry R. Myers. Chicago: Arts Club of Chicago, 2010.Off the Map (exhibition catalogue). Kirkland, Washington: Kirkland Arts Center, 2010: 7, illustrated.Sheffield, Margaret. Expressive Edge. Italy: Edizioni Charta, 2010: 4–6, discussed; 7, illustrated.What is Missing? (brochure). New York: What is Missing? Foundation, 2010: illustrated.2009Art at Colby: Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Colby College Museum of Art (exhibition catalogue). Waterville, Maine: Colby College Museum of Art, 2009: 264–265, illustrated.“Maya Lin: Where Opposites Meet.” In Katharine Harmon. The Map as Art: Contemporary Artists Explore Cartography. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2009: 246–255, illustrated.Innovations in the Third Dimension: Sculpture of Our Time (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Nancy Hall-Duncan and Joan Pachner. Greenwich, Connecticut: Bruce Museum, 2009: 65, 77.Maya Lin: Storm King Wavefield. Text by Richard Andrews. Mountainville, New York: Storm King Art Center, 2009.Maya Lin: Systematic Landscapes (exhibition brochure). Washington, D.C.: Corcoran Gallery of Art, 2009.Savage, Kirk. Monument Wars. Berkeley, California: University of California Press, 2009: illustrated.2008Dictionnaire International de la Sculpture Moderne & Contemporaine. Paris: Éditions du Regard, 2008: 329.Speaking of Art: Selections from the Archives of American Art Oral History Collection, 1958–2008. Washington, D.C. and Falls Village, Connecticut: Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution; Winterhouse Editions, 2008: 146–151, illustrated.2007Harper, Glenn and Twylene Moyer. Conversations on Sculpture. Hamilton, New Jersey: International Sculpture Center Press, 2007: 92–99, illustrated and discussed.2006Maya Lin: Systematic Landscapes (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Richard Andrews, John Beardsley, and Lawrence Weschler. Seattle and New Haven: Henry Art Gallery and Yale University Press, 2006.2004Lin, Maya. “Maya Lin, April 3, 2002.” In Inside the Studio: Two Decades of Talks with Artists in New York. Edited by Judith Olch Richards. New York: Independent Curators International (ICI), 2004: 262–265.WANÅS 2004: Maya Lin (exhibition catalogue). Texts by the artist, Marika Wachtmeister, and Eugenie Tsai. Knislinge, Sweden: The Wanås Foundation, 2004.2002Betsky, Aaaron. Landscrapers: Building with the Land. New York: Thames & Hudson, 2002.Lin, Maya Ying. Timetable: Maya Lin. Stanford, California: Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for the Visual Arts, 2002.Miller, R. Craig. U.S. Designs: 1975–2000 (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Thomas Hine, Rosemarie Haag Bletter, David G. De Long, and Philip Meggs. New York: Prestel, 2002.2001Amidon, Jane. Radical Landscapes: Reinventing Outdoor Space. New York: Thames & Hudson, 2001.2000Between Art and Architecture (exhibition catalogue). Texts by the artist and Robert Rindler. New York: Cooper Union School of Art, 2000.Kirkham, Pat, ed. Women Designers in the USA, 1900–2000: Diversity and Difference (exhibition catalogue). New York and New Haven: Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts; Yale University Press, 2000.Lin, Maya. Boundaries. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2000.1999American Academy in Rome 1999 (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Lester K. Little and Peter Boswell. Rome and New York: American Academy in Rome 1999: 46–49, illustrated.Bartlett, Jennifer and Maria Friedrich. Powder (exhibition catalogue). Text by Francesco Bonami. Aspen: Aspen Art Museum, 1999.Urban Mythologies: The Bronx Represented Since the 1960s (exhibition catalogue). Bronx: Bronx Museum of the Arts, 1999.1998Causey, Andrew. Sculpture Since 1945. Oxford History of Art. Oxford: University Press, 1998.Maya Lin (exhibition catalogue). Texts by the artist, Michael Brenson, Livio Sacchi, and Vincent Scully. Translated by Cynthia de Nardi Ipsen. Milan and Rome: Electa and American Academy in Rome, 1998.Maya Lin: Topologies (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Michael Brenson, Terri Dowell-Dennis and Jeff Fleming. Winston-Salem, North Carolina: Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, 1998.1996Oldknow, Tina. Pilchuck: A Glass School. Texts by the artist. Seattle: Pilchuck Glass School in association with the University of Washington Press, 1996.1995Grounds for Remembering: Monuments, Memorials, Texts. Occasional Papers of the Doreen B. Townsend Center for the Humanities, no. 3. Berkeley: University of California at Berkeley, 1995: 8–14.1993Lin, Maya. Maya Lin: Public/Private (exhibition catalogue). Text by Sarah Rogers-Lafferty. Edited by Ann Bremner. Columbus: Wexner Center for the Arts, The Ohio State University, 1993.1987Avant-Garde in the Eighties (exhibition catalogue). Text by Howard N. Fox. California: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1987.1985Scruggs, Jan C. and Swerdlow, Joel L. To Heal a Nation: The Vietnam Veterans Memorial. New York: Harper & Row, 1985.1984Sites and Solutions: Recent Public Art (exhibition catalogue). Reading, Pennsylvania: Freedman Gallery, Albright College, 1984: 26, 27, illustrated.