Installation view, Robert Whitman: 61, Pace Gallery, New York, Oct 26 – Dec 21, 2018 © Robert Whitman Robert Whitman Detailsb. 1935, New York Robert Whitman was a leading figure in New York’s Happenings movement from the late 1950s through the early 1960s.A pioneer of performance art and multimedia installation, he co-founded Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.), a nonprofit organization dedicated to collaboration between artists and engineers. Throughout his career, Whitman has aspired to transform and transcend the limitations of images by emphasizing their spatial, temporal, and dimensional qualities.Although Whitman received his first one artist exhibition at the Rutgers affiliated gallery, Art House, in 1958, he debuted his Constructions at Hansa Gallery, New York, in 1959. He has composed and produced over forty performance works, nine of which, spanning from 1976 to 1983, were created in conjunction with Dia Art Foundation. Whitman’s work is held in numerous collections in the United States and abroad, including Centre Pompidou, Paris; Dia Art Foundation, New York; The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia; Moderna Museet, Stockholm; Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; The Museum of Modern Art, New York; Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C; and Walker Art Center, Minneapolis. Robert Whitman, Untitled, 1959, wooden door, metal, rubber tubing, and plastic sheeting, 75-3/4" x 60-1/2" x 24" (192.4 cm x 153.7 cm x 61 cm) © Robert Whitman Robert Whitman, Untitled (shirts and clouds), 1994-95, mixed media, installation dimensions variable © Robert Whitman Exhibitions View All New York Robert Whitman 61 Past Oct 26–Dec 21, 2018 New York Robert Whitman Soundies Past Apr 2–May 2, 2015 New York Ode to Summer Past Jul 11–Aug 15, 2013 Journal View All Artist Projects Robert Whitman to perform in Parades for FIAC Oct 10, 2017 One-Artist Exhibitions Group Exhibitions Public Collections Periodicals Books and Catalogues Close Robert WhitmanOne-Artist Exhibitions Robert Whitman One-Artist Exhibitions DatesBorn 1935, New York, New YorkLives and works in Warwick, New YorkEducation1957, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, BA1958, Columbia University, New York2018Robert Whitman: 61, Pace Gallery, 510 West 25th Street, New York, October 26–December 21, 2018. (Catalogue)2015Robert Whitman: Soundies, Pace Gallery, 32 East 57th Street, New York, April 2–May 2, 2015.2013Robert Whitman: Window/Inside Out, Broadway 1602, New York, January 19–February 20, 2013.2012Robert Whitman: Local Report 2012 (organized by Creative Time), Eyebeam Art + Technology Center, New York, October 12–20, 2012.2007Robert Whitman: Turning, PaceWildenstein, 534 West 25th Street, New York, September 7–29, 2007. (Catalogue)Robert Whitman: Sun, PaceWildenstein, 545 West 22nd Street, New York, June 28–September 1, 2007.Robert Whitman: Local Report, 2005, Art Gallery, Williams Center for the Arts, Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania, February 18–March 25, 2007. (Catalogue)2005Robert Whitman: Local Report, Hawley Lane Plaza, Trumbull, Connecticut, July 29–31, 2005. Traveled to: Kohl’s Plaza, Holmdel, New Jersey, August 5–7, 2005; Liberty Square Center, Burlington, New Jersey, August 12–14, 2005; Kingston Center, Kinhston, New Jersey, August 19–21, 2005; Northampton Crossings, Easton, Pennsylvania, August 26–28, 2005; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, December 6, 2005.2004Robert Whitman: Images on Paper, 1958–1998, Glenn Horowitz Bookseller, East Hampton, New York, August 21–September 21, 2004.Robert Whitman, Shading, PaceWildenstein, 534 West 25th Street, New York, January 16–February 21, 2004.2003Robert Whitman: Playback, Dia:Chelsea, New York, March 5, 2003–January 11, 2004. Traveled to: Museu Serralves, Museu de Arte Contemporanea, Porto, Portugal, July 23–October 17, 2004; Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona, September 15, 2005–January 8, 2006. (Catalogue)1998“Notes for Not a Novel,” Thielska Galleriet, Stockholm, 1998.1997Robert Whitman: Great Lakes, PaceWildenstein, 142 Greene Street, New York, January 11–February 8, 1997.1995Robert Whitman: Backtrack, PaceWildenstein, 142 Greene Street, New York, March 11–April 15 (extended through May 13), 1995.Note: Robert Whitman was involved in many projects between 1979 and 1995.1979Palisade: A Work by Robert Whitman, Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York, February 3–March 25, 1979. (Catalogue)1974Bob Whitman, Galleria l’Attico, Rome, June 1974.Robert Whitman, Bykert Gallery, New York, March 26–April 13, 1974.1973Untitled, three projection pieces in the “Project Series,” The Museum of Modern Art, New York, April 16–May 23, 1973.1968Robert Whitman: Pond, The Jewish Museum, New York, October 7, 1968–January 5, 1969Robert Whitman: 4 Cinema Pieces, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, April 12–May 19, 1968.Robert Whitman, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, April 8, 1968. (Mercury Vapor Lamp, a laser piece, was removed after being exhibited for only one day, for safety reasons).1967Robert Whitman: Dark, The Pace Gallery, 9 West 57th Street, New York, October 17–November 7, 1967.1959Robert Whitman, Reuben Gallery, New York, November 27–December 17, 1959.Robert Whitman, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, February 1959.Whitman, Hansa Gallery, New York, January 12–30, 1959.1958Robert Whitman, Art House, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, March 1958. Robert WhitmanGroup Exhibitions Robert Whitman Group Exhibitions 2021Group Presentation, Pace Gallery, 510 West 25th Street, New York, March 13–April 24, 2021.2018Judson Dance Theater: The Work is Never Done, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, September 16, 2018–February 3, 2019. (Catalogue)Art in Motion: 100 Masterpieces with and through Media. An Operative Canon, ZKM Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe, Germany, July 14, 2018–February 24, 2019.E.A.T. (Experiments in Art and Technology): Open-ended, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, May 26–September 16, 2018.2017Inventing Downtown: Artist-Run Galleries in New York City, 1952–1965, Grey Art Gallery, New York University, New York, January 10–April 1, 2017. Traveled to: NYUAD Art Gallery, Abu Dhabi, October 4, 2017–January 13, 2018. (Catalogue)2016Summer Group Show: Make Light of It, Pace/MacGill Gallery, New York, July 7–August 24, 2016.The Promise of Total Automation, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, March 11–May 29, 2016. (Catalogue)2015From the Archives: Art and Technology at LACMA, 1967–1971, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, March 14–October 18, 2015.2014Art=Text=Art: Works by Contemporary Artists, UB Anderson Gallery, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York, September 20, 2014–January 11, 2015.Play What's Not There, Raven Row, London, April 17–June 22, 2014.2013Ode to Summer, Pace Gallery, 32 East 57th Street, New York, July 11–August 15, 2013.2012Happenings: New York, 1958–1963, The Pace Gallery, 534 West 25th Street, New York, February 10–March 17, 2012. (Catalogue)2011Selections from the Private Collection of Robert Rauschenberg, Gagosian Gallery, New York, November 3–December 23, 2011. (Catalogue)201050 Years at Pace, The Pace Gallery, 510 West 25th Street, New York, September 17–October 16, 2010. (Catalogue)New Realisms: 1957–1962. Object Strategies Between Readymade and Spectacle, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid, June 16–October 4, 2010. (Catalogue)2009Innovations in the Third Dimension: Sculpture of Our Time, Bruce Museum, Greenwich, January 24–May 24, 2009. (Catalogue: texts by Nancy Hall-Duncan and Joan Pachner)2006First Generation: Art and Moving Image [1963–1986], Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid, November 7, 2006–April 2, 2007.9 Evenings Reconsidered: Art, Theatre and Engineering, 1966, MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, May 4–July 9, 2006.Constructing Realities: Photography, Film, Video, Internet. Diane Arbus Stan Douglas, Gary Hill, Mike Kelley, Andy Warhol, Robert Whitman, PaceWildenstein, New York, January 6–February 4, 2006.2004E.A.T.: The Story of Experiments in Art and Technology. In Memory of Billy Klüver, Norrköpings Konstmuseum, Sweden, September 12–November 7, 2004.2002Trisha Brown: Dance and Art in Dialogue, 1961–2001, Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts, September 27, 2002–January 5, 2003. Traveled to: The Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, New York, February 1–June 1, 2003; Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, July 12–September 14, 2003; New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, October 9, 2003–January 25, 2004 and Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle, March 25–July 18, 2004. (Catalogue)2001Into the Light: The Projected Image in American Art 1964–1977, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, October 18, 2001–January 17, 2002.Les années Pop: cinéma et culture Pop, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, March 21–June 18, 2001.1999The American Century: Part 2, 1950–2000, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, September 26, 1999–February 13, 2000.El Jardin de Eros, Palau de la Virreina and Centre Cultural Tecla Sala (L’Hospitalet), Barcelona, July 4–November 7, 1999.Off Limits: Rutgers University and the Avant-Garde, 1957–1963, Newark Museum, New Jersey, February 18–May 16, 1999.Drip, Blow, Burn: Forces of Nature in Contemporary Art, Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York, February 12–June 20, 1999.1998In Over Our Heads: The Image of Water in Contemporary Art, San Jose Museum of Art, California, June 13–September 20, 1998.199615 Degrees from Rutgers: Charting New Directions in Contemporary Art, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers, State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, February 28–March 31, 1996.Wesley Kimler, Robert Whitman, Tony Fitzpatrick, Francisco Toledo, Anderson Gallery, Buffalo, New York, January 20–April 24, 1996.1994Outside the Frame: Performance and the Object. A Survey History of Performance Art in the U.S.A. since 1950, Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, February 11–May 1, 1994. Traveled to: Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Staten Island, New York, February 26–June 18, 1995.1984Blam! The Explosion of Pop, Minimalism and Performance: 1958–1964, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, September 20–December 2, 1984.1982“’60–’80: Attitudes, Concepts, Images,” Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, April 9–July 11, 1982.1974Poets of the Cities of New York and San Francisco, 1950–1965, Dallas Museum of Fine Arts and Southern Methodist University, Dallas, November 20–December 29, 1974. Traveled to: San Francisco Museum of Art, January 31–March 23, 1975; and Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, Connecticut, April 23–June 1, 1975.Projected Images: Peter Campus, Rockner Krebs, Paul Sharits, Michael Snow, ted Victoria, Robert Whitman, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, September 21–November 3, 1974.1973Contemporanea, Parcheggio di Villa Borghese, Rome, November 1973–February 1974.New York Collection for Stockholm, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, October 27–December 3, 1973.Prints from the Untitled Press, Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, Connecticut, October a7–November 18, 1973.1971Sigma 7, Sigma Festival, Bordeaux, France, November 15–20, 1971.1970Figures/Environments: Alex Katz, Red Grooms, Jann Haworth, Duane Hanson, Paul Thek, Lynton Wells, George Segal, Robert Whitman, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, May 15–June 13, 1970. Traveled to: Cincinnati Art Museum, October 2–November 1, 1970; Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, December 13, 1970–January 17, 1971.String and Rope Show, Sidney Janis Gallery, New York, January 7–31, 1970.1969False Faces, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, April–May 1969.1968Some More Beginnings, Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York, November 26, 1968–January 5, 1969.Light as Art, Newark College of Engineering, Newark, New Jersey, September 18–October 18, 1968.Magic Theater, Nelson Gallery of Art and Atkins Museum, Kansas City, Missouri, May 29–June 23, 1968. Traveled to: City Art Museum, St. Louis, October 26–December 1, 1968; Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal, September 2–October 5, 1969.6 Artists, 6 Exhibitions, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, May 12–June 23, 1968. Traveled to: Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York, September 23–October 27, 1968. (Catalogue)1967Projected Art, Finch College Museum of Art, New York, 1967.The Projected Image, Institute of Contemporary, Boston, January–February 1967.1966Erotic Art, Sidney Janis Gallery, New York, October 3–29, 1966.Sixty-eighth American Exhibition, Art Institute of Chicago, August 19–October 16, 1966.1965Ten from Rutgers, Bianchini Gallery, New York, December 18, 1965–January 12, 1966.Art Turned On, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, December 10, 1965–January 30, 1966.Drawings by Claes Oldenburg, Jim Dine, Robert Whitman, Ben Talbert, Dwan Gallery, New York, February 9–March 13, 1965.Eleven from the Reuben Gallery, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, January 5–31, 1965.1964Group Exhibition, Martha Jackson Gallery, New York, 1964.Seven New Artists, Sidney Janis Gallery, New York, May 5–29, 1964.1963An Interior of Sculpture: New Work by Robert Whitman and Walter De Maria, 9 Great Jones Street, New York, January 5–February 2, 1963.1961Environments, Situations, Spaces, Martha Jackson Gallery, New York, May 25–June 23, 1961.1960New Forms—New Media II, Martha Jackson Gallery, New York, September 28–October 22, 1960.New Forms—New Media I, Martha Jackson Gallery, New York, June 6–24, 1960.Paintings, Reuben Gallery, New York, January 29–February 18, 1960.1959Group exhibition, The City Gallery, New York, December 19, 1959–January 6, 1960.Below Zero, Reuben Gallery, New York, December 18, 1959–January 5, 1960.24, Hansa Gallery, New York, November 3–22, 1959.100 Works on Paper: 1. United States, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, April–May 1959.Group exhibition, Barnard College, New York, March 1959.Rutgers University Show, 92nd Street Young Men’s and Young Women’s Hebrew Association, New York, March 1959.1958Group exhibition, The City Gallery, New York, December 19, 1958–January 6, 1959. Robert WhitmanPublic Collections Robert Whitman Public Collections Dia Art Foundation, New YorkThe Fabric Workshop and Museum, PhiladelphiaLos Angeles County Museum of ArtModerna Museet, StockholmMuseum of Contemporary Art, Los AngelesThe Museum of Modern Art, New YorkMusée National d´Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou, ParisMuseo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, MadridSmithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C.Walker Art Center, Minneapolis Robert WhitmanPeriodicals Robert Whitman Periodicals 2018Battaglia, Andy. “Under the Rug: Robert Whitman on Six Decades of Artistic Work and Play” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). Art News, 20 December 2018. http://www.artnews.com/2018/12/20/rug-robert-whitman-six-decades-artistic-work-play/Oren, Shlomit. “Air Roots: Galleries in New York” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). Portfolio Magazine, 29 November 2018. https://www.prtfl.co.il/archives/108125Robinson, Megan D. “Robert Whitman: 61 Years of Innovation in Multimedia Art” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). Art & Object, 30 October 2018. https://www.artandobject.com/shorts/robert-whitman-61-years-innovation-multimedia-artWhitman, Robert. “Backstory: Light’s Out.” Art in America (October 2018): 53, illustrated.2015Orel, Gwen. “Using the senses onstage.” Review of “Swim: A Theater Piece” by Robert Whitman. The Montclair (New Jersey) Times, 19 March 2015: D3, illustrated.“’Robert Whitman: Soundies’ at the Pace Gallery, New York” (exhibition review). Art News, 7 April 2015. http://www.artnews.com/2015/04/07/robert-whitman-soundies-at-pace-new-york/Whitman, Robert. "Soundies: An Interview with Robert Whitman." Interview with Adam Harrison Levy. Observer Quarterly 1: The Acoustic Issue, no.1 (Fall 2015): 18–27, illustrated.2013Marcum, Anna. “Dia Acquires Lannan Foundation Works.” Art in America, 7 May 2013. http://www.artinamericamagazine.com/news-opinion/news/2013-05-07/dia-acquires-lannan-foundation-works-/2012“Galleries—Chelsea: ‘Happenings: New York, 1958–1963’” (exhibition review). The New Yorker, 5 March 2012: 12, discussed.Kino, Carol. “What Happened At Those Happenings?” The New York Times, 5 February 2012.Pearlman, Ellen. “When New York Was Really Happening” (The Pace Gallery exhibition review). Hyperallergic, 14 February 2012. http://hyperallergic.com/46882/happenings-new-york-1958-1963-pace-gallery/Whitman, Robert. “Media Study.” Artforum 51, no. 1 (September 2012): 467, illustrated.Whitman, Robert. “Passages: Robert Breer, 1926–2011.” Artforum 50, no. 5 (January 2012): 34.2011Michaud, Philippe-Alaine. “Tenue de ville: À propos de Prune Flat (1965), de Robert Whitman.” Les Cahiers du Musée national d’art moderne, no.116 (Summer 2011): 62–83, illustrated.Vogel, Carol. “Inside Art: Simultaneous Shows, One Indoors, One Out.” The New York Times, 18 March 2011: C26.Whitman, Robert. “In Conversation: Robert Whitman with Joan Waltemath at Mimi Gross’s Tribeca loft.” Brooklyn Rail (April 2011): 32–34, illustrated.Whitman, Robert. “1000 Words: Robert Whitman.” Introduction by Liz Kotz. Artforum 49, no. 8 (April 2011): 192–195, illustrated.2010Haidu, Rachel. “Reviews: New Realisms: 1957–1962” (exhibition review). Artforum 49, no. 2 (October 2010): 267–277, illustrated.2008“Material Witness: A Tribute to Robert Rauschenberg (1925–2008).” Contributions by Thomas Crow, Merce Cunningham, Robert Whitman, Trisha Brown, Barbara Rose, Brice Marden, Branden W. Joseph and James Rosenquist. Artforum 47, no. 1 (September 2008): 424–441, illustrated.2007Govan, Michael. “Famous in 2112?” Art News 106 (November 2007): 203, discussed.Jacobs, Joseph. “Moving Image: When Video Was Yong” (Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía exhibition review). Art in America (May 2007): 118–121, illustrated.Maine, Stephen. “Robert Whitman at PaceWildenstein” (exhibition review). Art in America (December 2007): 153, illustrated.McAdams, Shane. “Robert Whitman: Turning” (exhibition review). Brooklyn Rail (October 2007): illustrated.2006Joseph, Branden W. “Plastic Empathy: The Ghost of Robert Whitman.” Grey Room, No. 25 (Fall, 2006): 64–91.2005Kuo, Michelle. “Faulty Transmission.” Artforum (October 2005): 89, illustrated.Swartz, Anne. “Local Report from the Guggi” (exhibition review). NYArts Magazine 11 (January/February 2006): illustrated.2004Leffingwell, Edward. “Whitman’s Expanded Theater.” Art in America, January 2004: 62–60, illustrated.2003Avgikos, Jan. “Robert Whitman. Dia: Chelsea, New York.” performance exhibition review. Artforum, November 2003: 187.“Don’t Miss… Robert Whitman. Dia Chelsea.” Time Out New York, 4–11 September 2003: 106.Griffin, Tim. “Preview Winter 2003: Robert Whitman Dia Center For The Arts.” Artforum, January 2003: 51.Johnson, Ken. “Art Review: Eye–Catching Women In an Altered Reality.” New York Times, 16 May 2003: E35.Rush, Michael. “Playing Tag With Time And Art’s Transience.” New York Times, 2 March 2003: 41.2002Joselit, David. “Into the Light: The Projected Image In American Art 1964–1977” (exhibition review). Artforum, January 2002: 135.Princenthal, Nancy. “Illuminations For a Dark Place.” Art in America (1992): 96–101.Rimanelli, David. “Entries: September 19.” review of Ghost. Artforum, November 2002: 41.1999Camhi, Leslie. “School Daze: ‘Off Limits Rutgers University and the Avant–Garde, 1957–63.’” Village Voice, 19 May 1999: 141.Gomez, Edward M. “Modern Art’s Missing Link: The New Jersey Scene.” New York Times, 21 February 1999: 47.Kalina, Richard. “The Rutgers Group: Garden State Avant–Garde.” Art in America, December 1999: 55–59.Stevens, Mark. “New Brunswick Stew.” New York, 15 March 1999: 63–64.1998“Contemporary Images of Water.” West Art, 10 July 1999.Maclay, Catherine. “The Art of the Elusive: New Shows at SJMA.” San Jose Mercury News, 28 June 1998: 10G, 11G.Zanardi, Bonny. “Images of Water. In Over Our Heads: The Image of Water in Contemporary Art.” San Mateo County Times. 17 July 1998,1997“Robert Whitman” (PaceWildenstein exhibition review). The New Yorker, 3 February 1997: 20.Rush, Michael. “Robert Whitman at PaceWildenstein SoHo.” Review Art, 1 February 1997.1995Glueck, Grace. The New York Observer, 27 March 1995: 22.Johnson, Ken. “Machine Dreams.” Art in America (July 1995): 58–61, illustrated."Robert Whitman." The New Yorker, 17 April, 1995: 22.1984Banes, Sally. “Man in Shadow.” Village Voice, 10 January 1984: 81.Howell, John. Artforum, March 1984: 87. (review of Eclipse)1983Becker, Bonnie L. “Robert Whitman's Raincover.” Drama Review XXVII (Spring 1983): 107–110.Darton, Eric. “Gone But Not Forgotten.” East Village Eye, May 1983: 30.Howell, John. Artforum, March 1983: 68. (review of Raincover)1982Banes, Sally. “Dream Time in a Warehouse.” Village Voice, 23 November 1982: 105.1981Coe, Robert. Live V, 1981: 46.Frederick, Charles. Live V, 1981: 46.1979Mower, David. “Through the Looking Glass and What the Artists Found There.” Art International, September 1979: 67, 70.Pincus–Witten, Robert. “Entries: Cutting Edges.” Arts Magazine, June 1979: 105–106.Rose, Barbara. “Talking About Art.” Vogue, April 1979: 180.Tully, Judd. Arts Magazine, June 1979: 17.Welish, Marjorie. Art in America, May/June 1979: 133.Whitman, Robert. “Light Touch.” October 4, Fall 1977.1977Moser, Charlette. Houston Chronicle, 25 November 1977: 2.Crossley, Mimi. Houston Post, 26 November 1977.1976Bourdon, David. Village Voice, 19 April 1976. (review of Retrospective)Glueck, Grace. New York Times, 30 April 1976.McDonagh, Don. New York Times, 12 April 1976. (reviews of Salad P.N. and Prune Flat)McDonagh, Don. New York Times, 16 Mat 1976. (review of Retrospective)Mekas, Jonas. Soho News, 13 May 1976. (reviews of Prune Flat and Film Images)Russell, John. New York Times, 10 April 1976.Savitt, Mark. Soho News, 22 April 1976. (reviews of Prune Flat, Salad P.N. and Flower)Savitt, Mark. Soho News, 29 April 1976. (review of American Moon)Savitt, Mark. Soho News, 6 May 1976. (review of Nighttime Sky)New York Times, 2 May 1976.1974Mekas, Jonas. “Movie Journal.” Village Voice, 25 April 1974.Thomsen, Barbara. “Robert Whitman at Bykert Downtown.” Art in America, July/August 1974: 82–83.1972Goldin, Amy. “Art and Technology in a Social Vacuum.” Art in America, March/April 1972: 46–51.Segal, George. “On Whitman and Things.” Art and Artists and Arts Magazine, November 1972: 53–55, 16–19.1971Burnham, Jack. “Corporate Art.” Artforum, October 1971: 66–71.Livingston, Jane. “Some Thoughts on `Art and Technology.'” Studio International, June 1971: 258–63.1970“Art's New Ally – Science.” Nature/Science Annual, New York: Time-Life Books, 1970.Ashton, Dore. “Intercultural Gaps on the Cote d'Azur: Maeght Foundation Shows American Art.” Arts Magazine, September 1970: 38–41.“Mirror Dome, Santa Ana, California.” Architectural Design, January 1970: 2.Tomkins, Calvin. “Onward and Upwards with the Arts: E.A.T.” The New Yorker, 3 October 1970.Tuchman, Maurice. “Art and Technology.” Art in America, March/April 1970.1969“Artists Use an Industrial Pallette.” Business Week, 8 November 1969.Ashton, Dore. “A Planned Coincidence.” Art in America, September/October 1969: 36–47.Burman, Robert. “Portrait of the Artist as a Mad Scientist.” Lost Angeles, November 1969.“Exhibition at the Jewish Museum.” Studio International, February 1969: 94.Rawson, Eric. “Pond.” Techne, 14 April 1969: 10.1968Bann, S. “Magic Theatre, Une Exposition a Kansas City.” Oeil, August/ September 1968: 43.Peine, O. “Mother Turn off the Picture.” Artscanada, June 1968: 15.1967Brown. Gordon. “In the Galleries.” Arts Magazine, September/October 1967: 53–54.“Kinetics.” Time Magazine, October 27, 1967: 64.Kozloff, Max. “Robert Whitman, Pace Gallery” (exhibition review). Artforum (December 1967): 54.Lippard, Lucy R. “Total Theatre?” Art International, 20 January 1967: 39.Mellow, James R. “New York Letter.” Art International, Christmas 1967: 74.Perreault, John. “Light is Here to Stay.” Village Voice, October 26, 1967.Piene, Nan R. “Light Art.” Art in America (May/June 1967): 24–47, illustrated.Rosenstein, Harris. “Reviews and Previews.” Art News, December 1967: 56. (review of exhibition at Pace Gallery)1966Hering, Doris. “The Engineers Had All the Fun.” Dance Magazine, December 1966: 36.“Jammed Doors.” Newsweek, 31 October 1966.Johnston, Jill. “Dance Journal: Robert Whitman.” Village Voice, 8 September 1966.Kirby, Michael. “Uses of Film in the New Theatre.” Tulane Drama Review, Fall 1966.Lester, Eleanor. “So What Happens After Happenings?” New York Times, 4 September 1966.Mekas, Jonas. “Movie Journal.” Village Voice, 1 September 1966.Mekas, Jonas. “Movie Journal.” Village Voice, 15 September 1966.1965Geldzahler, Henry. “Happenings: Theater by Painters.” Hudson Review 18, no. 4 (Winter 1965–1966): 581–86.Johnston, Jill. “Dance Journal: Three Theatre Events.” Village Voice, 23 December 1965.Johnston, Jill. “Theatre: Nighttime Sky.” Village Voice, 27 May 1965.Junker, Howard. “Films –– The Underground Renaissance.” The Nation, 27 December 1965.Krim, Seymour. “A Funny Thing Happened.” Herald Tribune Sunday Magazine, 19 December 1965.Mekas, Jonas. “Movie Journal.” Village Voice, 3 June 1965.Whitman, Robert. “Night Time Sky.” Tulane Drama Review 10, no. 2 (Winter 1965): 100–106.1964Tillim Sidney. “In the Galleries.” Seven New Artists at Janis, Arts Magazine, September 1964: 62–63.1963Benedikt, Michael. “Happening: Flower.” Village Voice, 4 April 1963: 11, 16.Coplans, John. “Notes on the Nature of Joseph Cornell.” Artforum 1, no. 9 (February 1963): 27–29.Hororwitz, Leonard. Characters in Search of a Movement.” Village Voice, 4 April 1963: 11.Johnston, Jill. “Reviews and Previews” (exhibition review of 9 Great Jones Street). Art News, February 1963: 12.Johnston, Jill. “Reviews and Previews” (exhibition review of 9 Great Jones Street). Art News, May 1963: 62.Wilcock, John. “What's Going on Here?” Herald Tribune Sunday Magazine, 5 May 1963: 62.1962Horowitz, Leonard. “What’s Happening?” Horizon 5, no. 2 (November 1962): 114.Johnston, Jill. “Environment, Uptown.” Village Voice, 4 January 1962: 6.Johnston, Jill. “Reviews and Previews” (Green Gallery exhibition review). Art News, February 1962: 15.1961Kroll, Jack. “Situations and Environments.” Art News 60, no. 5 (September 1961): 16.O’Doherty. “Art: Three Displays Run Gamut of Styles.” New York Times, 16 June 1960: 10.Petersen, Valerie. “Reviews and Previews” (Rueben Gallery exhibition review) Art News, January 1961: 13.Robinson, Jean. “New Happenings at the Reuben.” Village Voice, 16 June 1960: 13.Schmidt, Sandra. “Theater American Moon.” Village Voice, 15 December 1960: 10.1959Dennison, George. “In the Galleries” (Reuben Gallery exhibition review). Arts Magazine, December 1959: 69.Porter, Fairfield. “Reviews and Previews: New Names this Month.” Art News, January 1959: 18.Samaras, Lucas. “Antho Reviews Art Show.” Rutgers Daily Targum (23 February 1959): 4.“Robert Whitman at Reuben Gallery.” Art New 58, no. 8 (December 1959): 20Tillim, Sidney. “In the Galleries” (Hansa Gallery exhibition review). Arts Magazine, March 1959: 63. Robert WhitmanBooks and Catalogues Robert Whitman Books 2018Bianconi, Giampaolo. “Robert Whitman: American Moon, 1960.” In Judson Dance Theater: The Work is Never Done (exhibition catalogue). New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 2018: 134–135, illustrated.Robert Whitman: 61 (exhibition catalogue). Text by Adam Harrison Levy. New York: Pace Gallery, 2018.2017Inventing Downtown: Artist-Run Galleries in New York City, 1952–1965 (exhibition catalogue). New York and Munich: Grey Art Gallery, New York University; Delmonico Books Prestel, 2017: 70, 111, illustrated.2016Michaud, Philippe-Alain. Sur le film. Paris: Éditions Macula, 2016: 60–90, illustrated.The Promise of Total Automation (exhibition catalogue). Vienna: Kunsthalle Wien, 2016: 67, illustrated.2015E.A.T.: Experiments in Art and Technology. Edited by Sabine Breitwieser. Salzburg: Museum der Moderne Salzburg, 2015.2014Joseph, Branden W. Joseph. “Plastic Empathy: The Ghost of Robert Whitman.” In Robert Lehman Lectures on Contemporary Art. New York: Dia Art Foundation, 2014: 147–173, illustrated.Mcdonough, Tom. “Robert Whitman’s American Moon: A Reading in Four Phases.” In Robert Lehman Lectures on Contemporary Art. New York: Dia Art Foundation, 2014: 105–127, illustrated.Uroskie, Andrew V. Between The Black Box and The White Cube: Expanded Cinema and Postwar Art. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2014: 34, 123–130, 133–147, illustrated.2012Selections from the Private Collection of Robert Rauschenberg (exhibition catalogue). Text by Robert Storr. New York: Gagosian Gallery, 2012: 275–276, 353 illustrated.201050 Years at Pace (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Arne Glimcher et al. New York: The Pace Gallery, 2010: illustrated.Robinson, Julia, ed. New Realisms: 1957–1962. Object Strategies Between Readymade and Spectacle (exhibition catalogue). Madrid: Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, 2010: illustrated.2009Comer, Stuart, ed. Film and Video Art. London: Tate Publishing, 2009: 71, illustrated.Innovations in the Third Dimension: Sculpture of Our Time (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Nancy Hall-Duncan and Joan Pachner. Greenwich: Bruce Museum, 2009: 2–3, 48, 87, illustrated.Kennedy, Brian P. and Emily Schubert Burke, eds. Modern and Contemporary Art at Dartmouth: Highlights from the Hood Museum of Art. Hanover, New Hampshire: Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, 2009: 190, illustrated.Rattemeyer, Christian, ed. The Judith Rothschild Foundation Contemporary Drawings Collection. Catalogue Raisonné. New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 2009: 281, illustrated.2008Heartney, Eleanor. Art & Today. London: Phaidon Press Limited, 2008: 168.The History Book: On Moderna Museet 1958–2008. Germany: Steidl, 2008.Macnair, Jennifer, Thomas Frick and Nola Butler, ed. BCAM/LACMA 2008. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 2008: 139.2007Robert Whitman: Local Report (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Julie Martin, Bettina Funcke, Shawn Van Every and Hans–Cristoph Steiner. Berkeley, New Jersey: Experiments in Art and Technology, 2007.Robert Whitman: Turning (exhibition catalogue). Interview by Coosje van Bruggen. New York: PaceWildenstein, 2007.2006Davies, Penelope J. E., Joseph Jacobs, et al. Janson's History of Art, The Western Tradition, 7th edition. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Pearson–Prentice Hall, 2006: 1049–50; 1050, Robert Whitman, “Prune Flat,” illustrated, 29.13.Joseph, Branden W. “Plastic Empathy: The Ghost of Robert Whitman.” Grey Room, no. 25 (Fall 2006): 64–91.2005Bits and Pieces Put Together to Present a Semblance of a Whole: Walker Art Center Collections. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Walker Art Center, 2005: 35, illustrated.Brecht, George, Julia Robinson, and Alfred M. Fischer. George Brecht: Events: Eine Heterospektive: a Heterospective. Köln: Walther König, 2005:226–227.2004Cooke, Lynne and Michael Govan. Dia: Beacon. New York: Dia Art Foundation, 2004: 306, 310, 311, illus.2003Robert Whitman: Playback (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Lynne Cooke, David Joselit, Ben Portis, George Baker, and the artist. New York: Dia Art Foundation, 2003.Whitman, Robert. Performances from the 1960s. Houston, Texas: Artpix Notebooks, 2003, DVD.Whitman, Robert. Robert Whitman Sounds for 4 Cinema Pieces. 80 min. Chicago: Museum of Contemporary Art, (1985), 2003, DVD.2002Trisha Brown: Dance and Art in Dialogue, 1961–2001 (exhibition catalogue). Andover, Massachusetts: Addison Gallery of America Art, Phillips Academy Essays: 9, 31, 70, 71, 73, 301, 323, illustrated.2001Adventures in Art: 40 Years at Pace. Text by Arne Glimcher. Milan: Leonardo International, 2001: 78–79, illustrated.Iles, Chrissie. Into the Light: The Projected Image in American Art 1964–1977 (exhibition catalogue). New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 2001: 3, 87–89, illustrated; 86, discussed.Meyer, James. Minimalism: Art and Polemics in the Sixties. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2001.1999Corzo, Miguel Angel, ed. Mortality Immortality?: The Legacy of 20th-Century Art. Los Angeles: The Getty Conservation Institute, 1999.Drip, Blow, Burn: Forces of Nature in Contemporary Art. Yonkers, New York: The Hudson River Museum, February 12–June 20, 1999.Whitman, Robert. “Interview with Robert Whiteman.” In Off Limits: Rutgers University and the Avant–Garde, 1957–1963. Edited by Joan Marter, with essays by Simon Anderson et al. Newark: The Newark Museum, 1999: 146–152.1998Causey, Andrew. Sculpture Since 1945. Oxford History of Art. Oxford: University Press, 1998: 102.1995Sanford, Mariellen, R., ed. Happenings and Other Acts. London: Routledge, 1995.1979Goldberg, Roselee. Performance. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1979.Palisade: A Work by Robert Whitman at the Hudson River Museum (exhibition catalogue). Text by Billy Kluver and Julie Marten; interview with Barbara Rose. Yonkers, New York: Hudson River Museum, 1979.Palisades: A Photo sketchbook of Images about Palisade, a work by Robert Whitman shown at The Hudson River Museum. Yonkers, New York: Hudson River Museum, 1979.1977Great Events of the Twentieth Century. Pleasantville: Reader's Digest Association, 1977.1976Oliva, Achille Bonito. Europe/America: The Different Avant–Gardes. Milan: Deco Press, 1976.1975Alloway, Lawrence. Topics in American Art Since 1945. New York: W.W. Norton & Co., 1975: 153, 154, 156.1974Rose, Barbara. "Considering Robert Whitman." Projected Images. Walker Art Center, 1974: 38–45.1972Kluver, J.W. and Rose, Barbara, eds. Pavilion. New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., 1972.1971Tuchman, Maurice. Art and Technology. New York: Viking Press, 1971.1970Youngblood, Gene. Expanded Cinema. New York: E.P.Dutton & Co., 1970.Kaprow, Allan. Assemblage, Environments, and Happenings. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1970.Johnston, Jill. Marmalade Me. New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., 1970.1969Kirby, Michael. Art of Time. New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., 1969.1968Kostelantez, Richard. The Theatre of Mixed Means. New York: Dial Press, 1968.Robert Whitman: 4 Cinema Pieces (exhibition recording). Chicago: Museum of Contemporary Art, 1968. Text by Jan Van der Marck. “Sound for 4 Cineman Pieces,” by Robert Whitman, Eva Tone Soundsheet.6 Artists, 6 Exhibitions. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Walker Art Center, May 12–June 23, 1968. In cooperation with the Albright–Knox Gallery, Buffalo, New York.1967Benedict, Michael. Theater Experiment. New York: Doubleday & Co., 1967.Mussman, Toby. "The Images of Robert Whitman," in The New American Cinema. Gregory Battcock, ed. New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., 1967.Renan, Sheldon. An Introduction to the American Underground Film. New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., 1967.1966Erotic Art (exhibition catalogue). Text by Sidney Janis. New York: Sidney Janis Gallery, 1966: illustrated.1965Kirby, Michael. Happenings, New York: E.B. Dutton & Co.: 134–183.