Bibliography 2009 and previous

"The Korea Times, Arts and Living"
"Spotlight on Women Artists at Incheon Biennale"
By Cathy Rose A. Garcia, Staff Reporter
July 30, 2009.
Article, illustrated, "Art In America," by Lucy Lippard, summer 2007.
Stephen Maine, "Letter by Letter, Word by Word," "New York Sun," June 21, Arts & Letters, p.22. "Are You Mice Or Men?" (reproduction) "One of the standouts is "Are Your Mice or Men?" from the underknown Ilona Granet." 
"Text Messages,"
 Adam Baumgold Gallery, NYC, group show.
Helen Lagger, "Ilona Granet," "Ensuite," Bern, Switzerland.
Helena Reckitt & Peggy Phelan, "Art & Feminism," Phaidon Press, New York.
Roberta Smith, "Shaking up Stereotypes With Muscles," "New York Times," April 7.
"New York Magazine review" of "Picturing the Modern Amazon," The New Museum of Contemporary Art, spring 2000.
Barbara Pollack, "Art News" review of "Picturing the Modern Amazon," The New Museum of Contemporary Art, spring 2000.
Roberta Smith, "Shaking Up Stereotypes With Muscles, Lot's of Them," review of "Picturing the Modern Amazon," The New Museum of Contemporary Art, "New York Times," Friday April 7, page E39.
Kim Levin, "Voice Choices, The Short List," review of "Picturing the Modern Amazon," "The Village Voice," April 18th, page 96.
Robert Edelman, "Miss America, Ilona Granet, Where Nuance Meets Boldness," article, 'Cover Magazine," Spring, page 20.
Gene Robertson, and Craig McDanile, illustrated textbook article, "Painting as a Language," published by Harcourt College.
Levin, Kim, "Voice Art Choices, Recommended," December 8, 1998.
Phaidon Press, "Suffragettes and She-Wolves," reproductions.
Tama Starr, "Eve's Revenge," reproduction, published by Harcourt Brace, Co., page 153.
Jo Anna Isaac, "The Revolutionary Power of Women's Laughter," reproduction.
Illustration, "The New Yorker," October 15.
Hyde, Janet Shibley, "Understanding Human Sexuality," reproduction, published by McGraw Hill.
Review, "Chicago Sun-Times," reproduction, August 19.
Review, "Museum Views," reproduction, October.
Review, "The Peace Release," reproduction, Volume 2, Summer.
Review, "Violence Prevention," Illinois Council for the Prevention of Violence, Volume 1, No. 5, reproduction, Fall.
"Project: Graphic Agitation," reproductions, Phaidon Press, London.
"Museum School News," School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Spring 1993.
Goldfarb, Myra Yellin. "Funny Girls confront feminism at Maria Feliz," "The Morning Call," October 3.
Smith, Roberta, "Arts and Leisure," "The New York Times," August.
Reproduction, "Glamour note," "Glamour Magazine," February, pg. 92.
Pasternak, Anne R. "Creating An Exhibition: The Abortion Project," reproduction, Art New England, February/March, pgs 22-23, 56.
Catalogue. "Replay," published by The William E.Gahlberg Gallery, Arts Center, College of Dupage, Glen Ellyn, IL.
Cathy MacDonald, "Frighteningly Funny," "The Daily News," Nova Scotia, reproduction, March 5th.
Elissa Barnard, "American Activist Art No Laughing Matter," "The Mail-Star," March 6th, pg C8.
Alice Yeager Kaplan, "French in Action," reproduction, "Artforum," February, pg 19.
Betty Tyler, "Artists of Protest," Fairpress, section D, June 6.
"Catty Art," "Acorn Press Weekend Magazine," May 15-16.
Carolee Ross, "Advocacy art gets airing at Aldrich Museum," "The Advocate and Greenwich Time," June 30.
Susan Elan, "Culture That Confronts," County Advocate, June 27, pg 21.
Catalogue, "The Art of Advocacy," published by the Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, CT.
Catalogue, "The Refco Collection," published by Refco Group Ltd., Chicago, IL.
Mariella Bisson, "The Art of Prospect Park," Public Art Review, Issue 5, Vol. 5, Spring/Summer, pg. 10.
Catalogue, "No Laughing Matter," Curated by Nina Felshin, published by Independent Curators Incorporated, NY.
Eleanore Heartney, "Art in America," exhibition review, January 1990, p. 162.
Robert Mahoney, "Arts," exhibition review, January 1990, p. 104.
James Lewis, "Artforum," exhibition review, January 1990, p. 140.
Edward Waisms, cover, exhibition review, February 1990, p. 16.
Catalogue, "Images of Death in Contemporary Art," The Patrick and Beatrice Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI, 1990.
Catalogue, "Artpark Visual Arts Program Catalog," Artpark, Lewiston, NY.
"Opinionated Art at Spaces," "The Plain Dealer," June 2, p. 12.
"Taboo Topics Subject at Spaces," "The Plain Dealer," June 15.
Catalogue,"Power Struggle," Spaces, Cleveland, Ohio.
Katherine Rogers, "Instincto Animale?, Wrong, Callers say," Wisconsin State Journal, July 28.
George Kiosk, "Public art purchases open Pandora's Box," editorial in Wisconsin State Journal, Aug. 5, 1989, p. 7A.
"Controversy Corridor, September 1988-September 1989," First Bank Systems, Minneapolis, MN.
John Byrum, exhibition review, "Power Struggle," "New Art Examiner," September 1989.
Judd Tully, "United States, The custodians of First Bank System's art collection are asking employees to talk back," "Art & Auction," October 1989, p. 222.
Review, "New Yorker," November 6, p. 24.
Elizabeth Hess, "The Village Voice," "Shock Gallery," Nov. 7, 1989. p. 81.
Ruth Bass, "Art Talk," exhibition review December 1989.
Lucy Lippard, "Both Sides Now [A Reprise]," "Heresies," no. 24, p. 31, 1989.
Catalogue, "Visual Arts Program Catalog '89", reproduction pg 8 & 9, Artpark, Lewiston. NY.
Catalogue, "Committed to Print," Museum of Modem Art, N.Y., NY.
Jere Hester, "But is it Art? Provocative Street Signs Spark Board Debate," review, "Battery News," February 16, p. 87.
Peg Tyre, "Street Sign," review, Fast Track New York, March 7, pg. 32.
Jenny Cowley, "Pavement Curb on the Pests," "The Mail on Sunday," London, March 13, p. 8.
"Personalien," "Der Spiegel," April, p. 264.
Linda Werner Seligson, "Yorker Taming Big Apple: Granet's works are signs of times," review, "York Daily News," April 5.
Peter Truell, "Bewildered by Third World Debt? Would a Picture Make it Clearer?," "The Wall Street Journal," June 27.
"Choices," "The Village Voice," June 28.
Elizabeth Hess, "On the Money," "The Village Voice," June 28.
"Street Smart Signs," "Glamour," July, p. 41.
Photograph, "Pittsburgh Post Gazette," August 17, p. 2.
Shirley Marlow, "Artist Wants to Blow the Whistle on Sidewalk Wolves," "Los Angeles Times," August 17, P. 2.
"If you must leer. do so silently," "The Times of India," New Delhi, August 18.
Nally Bellati, "Un Invito Alla Civilita: Per le strade di New York," "Gran Harpers Bazaar," Italy, August, p. 118.
David Rothenberg, "Looking Out," "Chelsea News," September 1-7, p. 4.
Don Broderick, "Cave men go ape over sign for sexists," "New York Post," September 2.
Review, "York Sunday News," September 11, p. E I.
"One gal's crusade: Okay, you creeps - cool the catcalls!," "Weekly World News," September 27, P. 35.
Review, "The Village Voice," October 18.
Beth Mayer Schoen, "It's a Jungle Out There," The Ms. Reporter, "Ms. Magazine," November p. 83.
Laura Morice, "Inside," "Mademoiselle," December, p. 66.
Review, "In These Times," vol. 13, no. 17, Morris, EL., March 22-28, p. 4.
Choices, The Village Voice, June 23.
Elizabeth Hess, "Faux Foe," review, The Village Voice, June 30. p. 82.

Kate Linker, review, "Artforum," October.
Project Pages, "Artforum," September, pp. 96-99.
Catalogue. "Critical Messages: The Use of Public Media for Political Art by Women,"
Artemisia Gallery/Fund, Chicago, IL.
Suzanne Muchnic, "Apocalyptic Visions on View," Los Angeles Times Art Review, July 6.
Nina Felshin, "Disarming Images Art for Nuclear Disarmament," Adama Books, New York.
Donald Kuspit, "Gallery Leftism," review "Vanguar," November, p. 22.
Catalogue, "Sex. Performance. and the 80's," Franklin Furnace, New York, NY.
"Missiles for Minors," review, "The Village Voice," June 15.