Sculpture Magazine - July/August 2003 vol.22 No.6

Reviews: New York - Deborah Masters at Maurice Arlos Fine Art
By Jonathon Goodman

Art in Armerica - February 2003

Deborah Masters at Maurice Arlos and Smack Mellon By Lilly Wei

New York Times - September 27, 2002

'Sacred Matter’
- Karen Dolmanisth and Deborah Masters By Holland Cotter - Smack Mellon Studios

Vie Des Arts - 2001

DEBORAH MASTERS - An American in New York By Paquerette Villeneuve

The Brooklyn Papers “GO”: January 13, 2003

Thinking Big - Sculptor Deborah Masters Talks about her ‘Angel’ in the Brooklyn Public Library
By Lisa J. Curtis

Art in America - March 1992

Deborah Masters at LedisFlam By Nancy Princenthal

Village Voice - January 23, 1990

“Women in Command”

By Arlene Raven

Art in America -June 2001

Public Art in New JFK Terminal By Cathy Lebowitz

The New York Times - The Arts -Thursday, May 24, 2001

Being Met At the Airport By New Art - Big, Bold Installations For a Rebuilt Kennedy Arrivals Terminal

Art in America - ART WORLD - April, 2002


Greenline- Revelations- Artist and Activist

Brigette by Barbara Schaeffer

Philadelphia Inquirer- In Sculptor's Figures, A Mysterious Gravity

NY Times- Dith Pran- Front Page Sunday Times

The New York Times - Friday, October 4, 2002

ART GUIDE - Last Chance

Newsday -City - Thursday April 26, 2001

Missing Cloth’s No Cover-Up

By Pete Bowles

CRAIN’S New York Business - Jan. 28-Feb. 4, 2001

The Fine Art of Traveling

Daily News - Wednesday, April 25, 2001

“Artist Adds Loincloth to Jesus in JFK Mural”

By Warren Woodberry Jr.

The New York Times -The Metro Section - Wednesday, April 25, 2001

Blushing, Then Brushing, Artist Covers Nude Christ

DIE ZEIT - 4/6/2002 

Hipster auf Asbest
Nur eins stört den industriellen Charme im Szeneviertel Williamsburg: die Industrie
Thomas Fischermann

New York Times - Making ‘Dwell Time’ Fly Just a Little Faster

New $1.4 Billion Terminal at J.F.K. Aims to Ease Waits for Passengers
By Ronald Smothers

The North Brooklyn Community News-GREENLINE- January 6- Feb 27, 2003

Crossing Brooklyn: Angel in Crown Heights
Deborah Masters, April 24, 2001
Jesus' groin painted over after complaints

Above the Immigration Hall, Walking New York

Describing the theme of her narrative relief panels mounted on a 300-foot wide space above the immigration booths, sculptor Deborah Masters emphasizes the familiar, as well as the diverse in New York

Hemispheres - August 2001

Terminal Bliss
/ New York's JFK
By David Butwin

Interior Design - 9/1/2001

First Class - Skidmore, Owings & Merrill designs a new international terminal at JFK. By Edie Cohen

Los Angeles Times - Sunday, May 20, 2001

“New York’s JFK Airport Opens a New Terminal”

Brooklyn Bridge - September 1996

“Casts of Thousands”

By Bonnie Schwartz

New York Times - LedisFlam
April 1, 1988

Blue Angel:
The Decline of Sexual Stereotypes in Post-Feminist Sculpture By Michael Brenson

New York Times - LedisFlam -
March 3, 1989

Beyond Slickness: Sculptors Get Back to Basics”
By Michael Brenson

Village Voice - March 9th, 1993

LedisFlam - ‘Covert Action’
By Elizabeth Hess

Chico Enterprise Record - August 17, 1990

“Garden of Statues Grows at Chico State”


A Publication of the Art Department of California State University at Chico
“The Monoliths Have Landed”

The Daily News-Wednesday April 25, 2001

Mural Modesty - After complaint, artist adds loincloth to nude figure of Jesus - By Paul Mose

Newsday Copy- Profile- Sheila McKenna

ARTLETTER 1989-1990 Edition

“Visiting Artists & Scholars”
- Deborah Masters
California State University, Chico

Style: The Washington Post -Wednesday, September 4, 2002

Forsaken Warehouse District Is New York’s Latest Art Home
By Blake Gopnik

Gracie Mansion Gallery - Arts Magazine

“New York in Review”

By Robert Mahoney

Art in America - LedisFlam

Women at War 1993
By Ruth Bass

The New Zealand Hereld, World News - Thursday, April 26, 2001

X-rated Jesus given face-saving Y-fronts

JFK Catalogue Copy

The Brooklyn Phoenix - October 1988

‘Trails of Showing Sculpture in Park’

Chico Enterprise Record - Friday, August 17, 1990

“Three Sisters and a Rose Garden”

The Orion - January 30, 1991

Sister, Sister: Masters’ Final Sculpture Project Looks Inward”
By Courtney Rastatter

The Orion - 1991

“Sculpture’s New Location Solves Controversy”

By Lauren Dodge

PennState Harrisburg Currents -
Fall 1990

“Sculpture Garden Receives an Angel”

Eureka Standard- Jesse

New Yorker, Nancy Ramsey, Loft Tenants

Brooklyn Magazine
Brooklyn Artists, The Newest Left Bank
Amy Virshup, 1986


Art in America, ART WORLD, April, 2002

Patricia Phelps de Cisneros, confounder and chairman of the Fundación Cisneros, has been awarded the Cross of the Legion of Honor of the Republic of France. The award, given for outstanding contributions to humankind, honors her work in assembling the Colección Orinoco, which contains 2,000 examples of art and artifacts from the southern Amazon Basin.
The artist collaborative General Idea was recently given the $10,000 Bell Canada Art Award in Video Art by the Canada Council for the Arts. AA Bronson, the sole surviving member of the group, which included the late Felix Partz and Jorge Zontal, accepted the award.
San Francisco-based photographer Richard Misrach is the winner of the first annual Environmental Messenger of the Year award, given by the Environmental Grantmakers Association for his series of photographs of a severely polluted stretch of the Mississippi River in Louisiana called “Cancer Alley.”
The Municipal Art Society of New York recently gave its Master-work Awards. The Museum of American Folk Art, designed by Tod Williams and Billie Tsien, won recognition for best new building. The new Prada flagship store [see p.31], designed by Rern Koolhaas, won the award for best commercial restoration. Terminal 4 at Kennedy Airport, with works by Diller + Scofidio, Harry Roseman, and Deborah Masters, was cited for best new public art. The award for best urban design or planning concept was presented to Dan Doctoroff and Alex Garvin for NYC2012, the city’s scheme to host the 2012 Olympic Games.
The Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation has announced 35 winners of its biennial grants, which total $700,000. The awards are given to promising artists who have not yet received widespread or commercial attention. They are John Bankston, Suzanne Bocanegra, Nina Bovasso, Marco Brambilla, Christopher Broughton, Francis Cape, Nick Cave, Robert Chambers, Michael A. Cummings, Lisa Corinne Davis, Tara Donovan, Jenny Dubnau, Keith Edmier, Rico Gatson, Diana Guerrero-Maciá, Evan Holloway, Sedrick E. Huckaby, Margie Hughto, Steven Hull, Sergei Isupov, Brad Kahlhamer, Nina Katchadorian, Karen LaMonte, Nikki S. Lee, Julie Mehretu, A. Laurie Palmer, Sheila Pepe, Mauro Restiffe, Margo Sawyer, Michelle Segre, Sondra Sherman, Jean Shin, Marc Trujillo, Judyth van Amringe and Tetsuya Yamada.