Michael Singer
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Michael Singer Select Bibliography

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York “Theodoron Award” catalogue, 1971

The New York Times, “Michael Singer Blends Nature with Art at a Show Here” John Russell, December 17, 1975 p. 11

The New York Times, Arts and Leisure Section, “Let’s Put the Land in Landscapes”,
Allen Gussow, Sunday, March 14, 1976 pp. 1,29

Soho Weekly News, “Sculpture Gets New Energy” (cover: “Sculptor Michael Singer Is An Original”)
April Kingsley January 1, 1976

Wadsworth Atheneum, “Michael Singer Matrix 24” catalogue, Andrea Miller Keller 1976

Smith College Museum of Art, “Works by Michael Singer”, catalogue, Lucy Lippard, 1977

Arts Magazine, vol. 52, no 3, “Michael Singer: A Position In, On, Nature”, November 1977

The New York Times, A One Sculpture Show at the Newberger” David Shirey, November 20, 1977

Smithsonian Magazine, Volume 8, Number 10 “Art out of Nature”, Benjamin Forgey

Newsweek Magazine, “Browser’s Delights”, Mark Stevens, November 13, 1978

Artforum, “Natural Structures: Michael Singer’s Sculpture and Drawings, Margaret Sheffield, cover, pp. 48-51 February 1979

Zero Magazine, “Ritual Series” volume 3. pp 56-65, 1979

Venice Biennaale 1980, “Drawings: The Pluralist Decade” catalogue, Janet Kardon, 1980

Du Magazine “Michael Singer: Das Kunstwerk in der Natur – Die Natur als Kunstwerk”, Peter Blum pp. 60-70, 1981

Art In America Magazine, “Caves and Temples”, Donald Kuspit, pp.129-133 April 1982

Ringling Museum of Art, “Common Ground: Five Artrists in the Florida Landscape” catalogue Michael Auping, 1982

Arts Magazine, Michael Singer: Michael Singer: Ritual Series” Jean Feinberg, pp 69-73, June 1983

Kate Linker, “Michael Singer: A Position In, and On, Nature” in  Art in the Land. A Critical Anthology of Environmental Art,  ed. by Alan Sonfist,  New York, 1983  p. 183-190

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, “Michael Singer” catalogue, Diane Waldman, 1984

Museum of Modern Art, “Primitivism in 20th Century Art”, catalogue, Kirk Varnedoe, 1984

Print Collector’s Newsletter, “7 Moon Ritual Series, A New Print by Michael Singer”, Susan Taylor January 1987

Williams College Museum, “Artworks: Michael Singer”, catalogue Rod Faulds, 1990

The New York Times, “Making Dead Land Live Again”, Jane Holtz Kay, March 15, 1990 pp. c1and c12

The Phoenix Gazette, “Landfill to Become Center of Culture”, Tom Spratt, July 7th 1991

The New Haven Register, “Artists Eye May Transform Waterfront”, D. Haynes Bayless, June 15, 1992

The New York Times, “Reclaiming a Park and Accenting Its Waterfront”, Randall Beach, Sunday September 13, 1992

The New York Times, “When Art is a Public Spectacle”, Herbert Muschamp, Sunday Arts and Leisure, August 29 1993 p.1

The New York Times, “You Must Remember This” (“Yes in My Back Yard”), The Year in the Arts,
Herbert Muschamp, Sunday December 26, 1993

Davis Museum and Cultural Center, Wellesley College, “Michael Singer and Michael McKinnell: A Collaboration”,
Susan Taylor, 1993

Architectural Record Magazine, “Making Art of Trash” (27th Ave. Solid Waste Management Facility, Phoenix Arizona)
Karen Stein, June 1994

The Boston Globe Magazine, “A Model for Public Art” (27th Ave. Solid Waste Management Facility, Phoenix Arizona)
Christine Temin, July 24, 1994

The Boston Globe, “Singer Brings the Outdoors Indoors”, Christine Temin, Living Arts , April 3, 1995

Landscape Architecture Magazine, “Putting Place Back Into Infrastructure”, Kim Sorvig, June 1995

Art New England Magazine, “Profile: Michael Singer”, Lois Tarlow, August 1995

Governing, “The Added Value of Art”, Nancy Rutledge Connery, April 1996

Hopkins Center, Dartmouth College, “Michael Singer Recent Projects “, catalogue, Timothy Rub, 1996

ICIS Journal, “9/1/98 Interview Notes: Michael Singer, Artist and Co-designer of the City of Phoenix Solid Waste Facility, Nancy Rutledge Connery, September 1st, 1998

Millay Colony for the Arts, Beyond Access, A Universal Design Project of the Millay Colony for the Arts, Austerlitz, New York: Millay Colony for the Arts, 1998

Sculpture Magazine, “Transforming Public Space: An Interview with Michael Singer”, John Grande, September 1998

Architectural Record Magazine, “A New Building at the Millay Colony”, Peter Slatin, July 1998

Architectural Record Magazine, “Moving from Sculpture to Architecture (and back) Michael Singer Explores Boundaries”, (Record Houses), Cliff Pearson, April 1999

Architectural Record Magazine, “IBN-DLO Nature Institute, The Netherlands”, Tracy Metz, January 2000

Finkelpearl, Tom, Dialogues in Public Art, Cambridge: The MIT Press, 2000, pp. 197-232

City of Phoenix, Center for Environmental Learning and Enterprise Master Plan, Tempe: Arizona State University, 2000

Landscape Architecture Magazine, “Natural Interferences”, Frederick Steiner, September 2001

Palm Beach Daily News, “Public Philosophy Applied to Private Spaces”, Christine Davis, Real Estate, June 20, 2002

The New York Times, “A Museum is Restored, and Maybe and Architect’s Name” (An Artist’s New Design Helps an Edward Durrell Stone Museum Find Some New Respect), Cliff Pearson, Sunday Arts and Leisure June 30, 2002

Architectural Record Magazine, “A Garden for Survivors”, Cliff Pearson, July 2002

Architectural Record Magazine, “New Building Systems Mimic Nature” (Proposed Power Plant for Brooklyn, NY), Nancy Solomon, September 2002

REVIEW Architecture 2003, “Art and Architecture in the Public Realm”, Porter Arneil, 2003

Palm Beach Daily Post, “Brainstorm Could Transform Downtown Park”, Christopher Hain, Local, October, 21, 2003

The New York Times, “Making the Woodlands into a Canvas”, Anne Raver, House & Home, August 26, 2004 (web)

The New York Times, “Give Us Your Garbage”, Ramon Cruz and Michael Singer, Editorial, June 19, 2005

Krinke, Rebecca, Contemporary Landscapes of Contemplation, New York: Routledge, 2005, pp. 73-106

Urbanite Magazine, “Trash Turnaround” (Sculptor Michael Singer is Changing the Way We Look at Waste), Elizabeth A. Evitts, April 2006

New England Watershed Magazine, “The Guggenheim of Garbage”, Russell Powell, June 2006
Bahamon, Alejandro, Small Private Gardens, Madrid: teNeues, 2006, pp. 9, 26-31, 82, 98-103

Pools & Gardens,  Berlin, Taschen Evergreen Series, 2006 (various projects)

Infrastructure and Community: How Can We Live with What Sustains Us?, New York: Environmental Defense Fund Living Cities Program, 2007

Brattleboro Reformer, “The Sense of Site”, Christine Holderness, June 2007

AAA Magazine No. 30- Archivos De Arquitectur Antillana, 4 selected projects, June 2008

Ugarte, Jimena, Tropical Architecture, San Jose, Costa Rica: Instituto de Arquitectura Tropical- IAT, 2009, pp. 321-340

1000X Landscape Architecture, Berlin: Verlagshaus Braun, 2009, pp. 220, 233-234, 242

The Boston Globe Magazine, “Made in the Shade”,  Jaci Conry, Special Edition on Green Homes, June 27, 2010, pp. cover, 38-41

Mola, Francesc Zamora, Star Landscape Architecture – The Stars of Landscape and Land Art , Barcelona, Spain: Loft Publications, 2010, pp 380-391

Topos, The International Review of Landscape Architecture and Urban Design, “Sustainable Approach in Water Management: Redevelopment of West Palm Beach in Florida”, Issue 71, Summer 2010

Sokol, David. “Hope Floats: The Redevelopment of the West Palm Beach, Florida, Waterfront Includes a Floating Dock that’s also a Water-Filtration Device.” Greensource, April 2010

Green, Jared. “West Palm Beach’s “Living Dock” an Oyster-based Water-filtration System”. The Dirt. American Society of Landscape Architects, 12 April 2010. Web.

Art and Culture of Palm Beach County, “The Singular Michael Singer”,  Jan Engoren, Fall 2010

Dueholm, Johanne. “Fortryllende havearkitektur” (“Enchanting Garden Architecture”). Kunsten.nu , 20 August  2011.

Architectural Record, “AR Preview Urban Parks”,   January 2011, pp. 90-91

Bukdahl, Else Marie, The Re-Enchantment of Nature and Urban Space – Michael Singer Projects in Art, Design and Environmental Regeneration, Aalborg, Denmark: Utzon Center, 2011

Bonde, Lisbeth. “Troldmanden fra Oz” (“The Wizard of Oz”). Weekendadvisen – Kultur Section , 5 August 2011

Van Uffelen, Chris, Green City Spaces – Urban Landscape Architecture, Switzerland: Braun Publishing AG, 2013, pp.  38-39, 108-111, 206-207

Brown, Hillary, Next Generation Infrastructure – Principles for Post-Industrial Public Works, Washington, United States: Island Press, 2014, pp. 78, 114-116

Atlas of World Landscape Architecture, Switzerland: Braun Publishing AG, 2014, pp. 138, 459, 491-492

Ecoscape Magazine – South Korea’s Quarterly Journal of Landscape Architecture. “West Palm Beach South Cove”,    Landscape Media Co., Ltd., Summer 2014, p8-15

Taylor, Michael R., In Residence: Contemporary Artists at Dartmouth, Hanover, New Hampshire: Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, 2014, page 88.

Grande, John K., Dialogy Umeni A Prirody, Prague, Czech Republic: Powerprint, 2015, pp. 153-162 (Originally published in English as Art Nature Dialogues: Interviews with Environmental Artists, Published by the State University of New York, 2004.)

Johnson, Katie. “New Piece of ‘EcoArt’ Unveiled in Lake Worth, Keeping Lagoon Cleaner Through ‘Living Shoreline’”. WPTV.com, E.W. Scripps Company, 14 July 2015. Web.

Liston, Barbara. “Florida ‘Eco-Art’ Project Seeks to Blend Aesthetics and the Environment”. Reuters.com, Thomson Reuters, 14 July 2015. Web.

Crawford, Mark. “Uplifted Ground”. Precast Solutions, Summer 2016, cover, p2-3, p18-25. Web.

Bonde, Lisbeth. “ Tværfaglig øko-kunst” (“Interdisciplinary Eco-Art”).  Kunsten.nu , 27 July 2016. Web.

Von Heißenbüttel, Dietrich. “Das Sickern der Erinnerung” (“The Seepage of Remembrance”). stuttgarter-zeitung.de , Stuttgarter Zeitung Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, 11 August 2016. Web.

Bregman, Jason. “Art and the Environment” [Letter to the Editor]. The New Yorker, 10 October 2016, p 10. Web.

Herman, Ken. “Herman: What’s that airport thing? Art? Construction? Construction art?” MyStatesman.com, Austin American-Statesman, 20 June 2017. Web

Swart, W and Johnson, L.A. The Workplace Biome: Biophilic design Strategies for a Productive and Healthy Office Ecosystem. Institute of the Environment and Sustainability: University of California Los Angles, 2018, p.19.   Web.

30 Years Architalx , Architalx, Portland Maine, 2018

Advancing One Water Through Arts and Culture: A Blueprint for Action, US Water Alliance,
Washington DC, 2018, pp. 11, 41-45.  Web.

Michael Singer Bibliography