SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

2018

Jennifer Sudul Edwards, Ph.D., “Wrestling The Angel: A Century of Artists Reckoning With Religion”,exhibition catalogue, March 23

Mordecia D. Strickland, “New exhibition at Bechtler explores avant-garde artists’ connections to religion”, March 27

2017

Cameron Walker “Tarheel Must Sees: 3 noted artists, 9 fun festivals - Arts in N. C.” , businessnc.com, Aug 31

Doug DeLoach, “The Zuckerman Museum of Art – 2017 Luminary Awards Catalyst Award winner”, ARTSATL.COM, Feb 2

2016

Center for the Study of the American South, UNC-Chapel Hill, “The Necessity Of A Show Like This”, Southern Cultures Magazine, Vol. 22, No. 4: Winter 2016

Chris Vitiello, “ The Most Essential Local Art of 2016 Punched Back at a Disgraceful Year”, Independent Weekly, Dec 28

Sarah Moore, “New piece in ART& space provokes discussion about police shootings”, dailytarheel.com, Nov 28

Amy White, “Not from Around Here, Are You? – Southern Accent at the Nasher at Duke”, Burnaway.org, Nov 10

Holland Cotter, “Forget the Coasts. Look to the Hinterlands”, New York Times, November 9, 2016

Jared Butler, “ATLBNL Disappoints With Vague Goal and Uneven Art”, Burnaway.org, Oct 21

Lyndsy Welgos, “Meanwhile in Atlanta, A Biennial is Reimagined”, Topical Cream Magazine, Sept 29

Jaclyn Gilstrap, “No, No, No Said The Angry Policeman At The Art Party”, Sitting in the Intersection, Sept 12

Monica Jamison, “Atlanta Biennial Renewal Celebrates Southern Art”, Technique, Sept 9

Chris Vitiello “Southern Accent Opens a Pandora’s Box of Regional Identity at the Nasher Museum of Art” Indy Weekly, Sept 7

Trevor Schoonmaker and Miranda Lasch, Southern Accent: Seeking the American South in Contemporary Art,exhibition catalogue, Sept 1

Frank Stasio, “The State Of Things”, WUNC 91.5, August 31

Laura Relyea, “A View Beyond the Trees gives us an honest lay of the land”, ARTSATL.COM, July 5

2015

Harry Kollatz Jr., “A Life of Nuance”, Richmondmag.com, November 15

Amanda Maclaren, “NC at 21C”, Durham Magazine, Design Issue Oct/Nov 2015

Shana Dumont Garr, “Area 919 Surveys Artists in the Triangle, at the Nasher at Duke”, Burnaway.org, March 14

Chris Vitiello, “Drawn Together”, Independent Weekly, Jan 28

Shana Dumont Garr, “Visiting with Stacy Lynn Waddell at Elsewhere in Greensboro”, Burnaway.org, Jan 27

Francis Curiel, “Nasher exhibit features local artists”, The Chronicle, January 12

2014

Chris Vitiello, “Fire Brand”, Independent Weekly, May 7

Thomas J. Lax, When The Stars Begin To Fall: Imagination and the American South, exh catalogue, April

2013 

Carrie Hott, “Ornament & Crime: A conversation with Lauren Frances Adams, Stacy Lynn Waddell and Susanne Slavick”, Temporary Art Review, www.temporaryartreview.com, December 3

Ivy Moore, “ Gallery opens 2 important exhibitions”, The Sumter Item, September 4

Robert Hullot-Kentor and Phong Bui, “History and Memory: The Velocity of Extinction”, The Brooklyn Rail, July/Agust 2013

Jennifer Dasal, Stacy Lynn Waddell, 0 to 60: The Experience of Time Through Contemporary Art, pp 126-29

Chris Vitiello, “Time flies, crawls, erodes and destroys in 0 to 60 at NCMA”, Independent Weekly, March 27

2012 Trevor Schoonmaker, “100 Under 100: The New Superstars of Southern Art”, Oxford American Magazine, Issue 76, Feb 2012 Lauren Haynes, “The Bearden Project: Celebrating An Icon”, Studio: The Studio Museum in Harlem Magazine, Winter/Spr p.6

“Space-Real and Imagined: Teka Selman Interviews Stacy Lynn Waddell”, NY Arts Magazine, Spring 2012

Wendy Hower Livingston, “here.”, www.nashermuseumblogs.org , January 3

2011 

Chris Vitiello, “Faces, places and new spaces: The Triangle art scene expanded in 2011”, Independent Weekly, December 28

Paul Smith, Uptown Celebrates 100 Years of Bearden, ‘Harlem’s True Renaissance Man”, theuptowner.org, December 15

Chris Vitiello, “Four prominent NC artists featured in Philadelphia show about place”, Independent Weekly, December 14

Ariella Budick, “The Bearden Project, Studio Museum, Harlem”, welcometoharlem.wordpress.com, December 11

Bobby Elliott, “The Bearden Project: A Family Affair”, Huffington Post Arts, December 7

Teka Selman, “Carolina At Close Range”, here., (exhibition catalogue), October 21

Blue Greenberg, “No longer a footnote: Women Portraying Women”, Durham Herald-Sun, September 4

Liz Gwinn, Happy Birthday, Romare Bearden! The Centennial Begins, studiomuseum.org/studio-blog, Sept 1

Louis St. Lewis, Raleigh Metro Magazine, Artist-at-Large, “Hot Summer Art”, July

Chris Vitiello, “Thirteen NC Artists Explore Feminine Identity and Image at NCMA”, Independent Weekly, May18

Andrew Hibbard, “Waddell’s FHI exhibition contemplates use of light”, The Chronicle, March 31

Veronica Ibarra, “Shaped by Time, Tempered by Fire”, www.persepolisagency.blogspot.com, Mar 18

2010

Dottie Ashley, “Artist Creates Works Using Heat and Fire”, The Post and Courier, November

Kelly McChesney and Marjorie Hodges, “Open Season”, (exhibition catalogue), Nov 5

Jennifer Dasal, “New Art In Museum Park”, Preview Magazine, North Carolina Museum of Art, Fall

Pam Wall, Signature Magazine, Gibbes Museum of Art, Vol 9, September

Pam Wall and Xandra Eden “ The Evidence of Things Unseen”, (exhibition brochure), Sept 3

Lori Waxman, “ Stacy Lynn Waddell”, 60wrdmincritic.org, Durham Arts Council, Durham, NC, May 6

Ara H. Merjian, “30 Seconds Off An Inch”, Frieze, Issue 130, April

Doug McClemont, “Reviews: New York-30 Seconds Off An Inch”, ARTnews, April

John Haber, “Conceptual Arts in the Plural”, haberarts.com, March

Michelle Levy, “Hints of Something Human”, artslant.com, January 31

“What’s Up”, Studio: The Studio Museum in Harlem Magazine, Winter 2010, pp 2-4

2009

Naomi Beckwith, “Reused, Repurposed and Remixed: The Object Need Not Represent”, 30 SecondsOff An Inch (exhibition catalogue), November 11

Beth Grabowski and Bill Fick, Printmaking: A Guide to Materials and Processes, Prentice Hall, August 3

Michael Woodson, “Living Art with Michael Woodson”, KPFT-FM Houston 90.1, March 27

Dawn Baumgartner Vaughn, Artists take shots at Bailout, Durham Herald-Sun, Jan 30

2008

Amy White, “Two artists, bold visuals and layered meanings at Branch Gallery”,The Independent Weekly

Greg Lindquist, “Notes from North Carolina”, artcritical.com, October

Blue Greenberg, “Real, but intangible statements at Branch”, Durham Herald-Sun, Oct12

Sanette Tanaka, Durham Gallery Keeps It Surreal, Duke Chronicle, October 9

Jerstin Crosby, “Water/Weight: Stacy-Lynn Waddell at Branch Gallery”, www.nashermuseumblogs.org, September 24

“The Bleu List”, The Bleu Magazine, Summer, pp 83

Eugenia Payne, “Factoring in Southern Art”, Charleston, pp 51–52, May

Michele Natale, “Art Picks-What’s Up”, News & Observer, April 18

Jessie Tang, “Franklin Features Own”, Duke Chronicle, March 20

2007

Michele Natale, “Critics Picks-Art”, News & Observer, May 11

Ron Stutts, “Morning News with Ron Stutts”, WCHL 1360, April 27