Decoding the Marketplace
coupons, dollar stores, and eBay
Catalogue with an essay by Midori Yoshimoto and Rocio Aranda-Alvarado.
Catalogue design by Lisa Dahl
Homegirls, New Jersey City University, Curated with an essay by
Catalogue design by Lisa Dahl.
Full Screen: Six Data Points in the Image, statement by Jeff Edwards, SVA. Catalogue available on Lulu.
On Sight, Weir Farm Art Center, CT. Essay by Daphne A. Deeds,
New American Painting, The Open Studios Press, Mid-Atlantic Region. April 2006.
Bridge Art Fair, Miami 2006. ill.
(k)nots, New Jersey City University. Essay by Brian Loughlin.
99cent, Jersey City Museum and Victory Hall, Essay by Rocio Aranda Alvarado.
Cultural Exploration, Morris Museum, Statement by Willie Cole and Laura Galvenek.
Aljira Emerge 2000. Newark, NJ. Essay by Richard Klein.
The Printmaking Council of NJ Silver Anniversary, Newark Museum. Statement by Miriam Beerman.
Dooe, Mary. Fashion becomes art in exhibits at Morris Museum and Visual Arts Center. The Star Ledger. Sunday July 25, Arts and Entertainment.
Harrison, Helen. ART REVIEW; With Luck, Iconoclasts Find Their Mediums. New York Times, Arts and Entertainment, February 19, 2006.
Harrison, Helen. Taking a Post-Modern Look at Tattoos as Art. Arts and Entertainment, Art Reviews. The New York Times. Sunday January 20, 2002.
Newhall, Edith. Less is Nice. The Philadelphia Inquirer, Sunday Feb. 22, 2009.
Maguire, Erin. Small Works Pack a Punch at Pentimenti. The Bulletin, Feb. 6, 2009. ill.
D’Andrea, Nicole. Creative Cocktail Hour at Real Art Ways. Play Magazine. July 16, 2008.
Westchester Cottage and Garden Magazine, ill. Nov. 2008.
Urken, Ross Kenneth. The Paper Chase, Wall Street Journal. Oct. 3, 2008.
Art In America, illustration. May, 2007, p 157.
Bischoff, Dan. Jersey City exhibit showcases 'thoughtful' reaction to feminism. The Star Ledger, Sept. 29, 2007.
Birmingham, Mary. Unreal Familiar Babes, Icons Populate Painted Universe. Jersey Journal Art Reviews. May 25, 2007. p.3, ill (Cheryl McGinnis Gallery)
Newhall, Edith. Tutu/ Truetrue. The Philadelphia Inquirer. May 18, 2007. p. W18.
Hill, Lori. Lori Hill\'s First Friday hit list. Philadelphia City Paper. Arts, May 2, 2007.
Strauss, R.B., A First Friday beyond May Flowers, Press/ Review, The Weekly Press, Philadelphia’s Community Newspaper. May 2, 2007. p.14.
Birmingham, Mary. Women’s Work at NJCU. The Jersey Journal, March 2, 2007.
Strauss, R.B. First Friday and An Artful, Art-Filled March. Press/Review, The Weekly Press. March 1, 2006, p.10.
Genocchio, Benjamin. The Oil Stain Is Not Part Of the Exhibit. The New York Times, Arts and Entertainment, March 6, 2005.
Seligman, Tina. Cheryl McGinnis Fine Art, A Contemporary Salon. Art of the Times, Oct. 2005, pp. 28-29.
De Villava, Roxanne. Girl power unveiled in Jersey City Heights. The Jersey Journal. Feb. 25, 2005. ill.
Granieri, Laurie. Bigger, Better, More. Home News Tribune, January 17, 2003.
Nancy Keating. Art Review: “Skin Deep” at Islip Art Museum. Islip Bulletin, Dec. 13, 2001.
Klein, Richard. “Aljira Emerge 2000 Exhibition,” (exhibition catalogue) Aljira, Newark, NJ; March - April 2000.
Bischoff, Dan. Farewell heralds new beginnings. The Star Ledger, March 24-30, 2000. ill.
Zimmer, William. Looking for Art in Unexpected (but welcome) Places. The New York Times, Sunday October 11, 1998.
Margaret Murphy's work on view at Lemmerman Gallery at New Jersey City University by Brendan Carroll
Two Coats of Paint. Margaret Murphy: Good Girls/ Bad Girls
Making it Mod, Elle Décor, December 2008, illustration. P. 128.
Park Place Magazine, March/ April edition.
Art of the Party
Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Feminist Timeline: United States. Homegirls curated by Margaret Murphy.
Fallon and Rosof Artblog, Surviving First Friday, Saturday May 5,. HYPERLINK http://fallonandrosof.blogspot.com/
Haber, John. Desperate Artists – review of The Feminine Mystique. 10-20-07. http://www.haberarts.com
Home Girls in Jersey City, NEWSgrist, February 25, 2007.
Figurine Art at Pelham Art Center, August 24, 2008. www.westchester.com
PAPERMAG: Word Up!, Women, Women and More Women: Lisa Dahl, Susan Hamburger, Margaret Murphy, "Dwell" at Cheryl McGinnis Gallery. HYPERLINK "http://www.papermag.com" www.papermag.com