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  • Gibellina: An Uncommon Collaboration 

    Maksymowicz, Virginia (International Sculpture Center, Washington, D.C., 1997)
    Review of public sculpture in the northern Italian town of Gibellina.
  • Bringing the Cost to Light, with Blaise Tobia 

    Maksymowicz, Virginia; Blaise, Tobia (Wadsworth Publishing, Florence, KY, 2000)
    Commentary on John Craig Freemannulls 1990 installation in Rocky Flats, Colorado.
  • High, Low, and In-Between 

    Maksymowicz, Virginia (International Sculpture Center, Washington, D.C., 2001)
    Feature article which explores the role of paper as a sculptural medium.
  • The Atelier Revisited 

    Maksymowicz, Virginia (International Sculpture Center, Washington, D.C., 2001)
  • The Encyclopedia of Sculpture, Vol. 2 

    Maksymowicz, Virginia (Routledge, 2002)
    Encyclopedia entries for "Installation" and "Antony Gormley" Includes bibliographical references.
  • The Physical Boundaries of the World 

    Maksymowicz, Virginia (2002)
    2002; Ceres Project Room at the Elizabeth Foundation, New York, NY
  • Peripheral Vision 1 

    Maksymowicz, Virginia (2002)
    "Alternating Figures" Exhibition, 2002; The Dana Gallery, Phillips Museum, Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, PA
  • Difficult Art: Sometimes the best art isn’t at all beautiful 

    Maksymowicz, Virginia (Sojourners, 2003)
  • Randy Dalton exhibit review 

    Maksymowicz, Virginia (International Sculpture Center, Washington, D.C., 2003)
    Review of Randy Daltonnulls installation, Blue Streak. Sculpture, June 2003.
  • Virginia Maksymowicz: The Physical Boundaries of this World 

    International Sculpture Center (International Sculpture Center, Washington, D.C., 2003)
    Review of Virginia Maksymowicznulls installation, The Physical Boundaries of This World, by Ana Finel Honigman. Sculpture, March 2003.
  • Hair, Authenticity, and the Self-Made Macaroni 

    Rauser, Amelia (The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004)
    The image of the macaroni in the 1770s acted both as a cautionary tale and a secret exemplar for the rising middle classes, as they debated how to become urbane cosmopolites while remaining authentically British. The medium ...
  • Collateral Damage: Echoes in Our Soul 

    Maksymowicz, Virginia (NY Arts Magazine, New York, NY, 2004)
  • Reconstructing a Family: John Rogersnulls Taking the Oath and Drawing Rations 

    Clapper, Michael (The University of Chicago Press on behalf of the Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, Inc., 2005)
    This article analyzes the Civil War sculptures of John Rogers, particularly Taking the Oath and Drawing Rations (1865), his most critically acclaimed work and his personal favorite. In Taking the Oath, Rogers proposed a ...
  • Stations of the Cross 

    Maksymowicz, Virginia (2005)
    Narthex Gallery, 2007; Saint Peternulls Lutheran Church, CitiCorp Center, New York, NY - "Three Artists for Lent and Easter", 2008; National Museum of Catholic Art and History, New York, NY
  • Virginia Maksymowicz: Stations of the Cross 

    International Sculpture Center (International Sculpture Center, Washington, D.C., 2005)
    Review of Virginia Maksymowicznulls installation, Stations of the Cross, by Angela Melkisethian. Sculpture, July/August 2005.
  • Pediment 

    Maksymowicz, Virginia (2005)
    "Sheltered" Exhibition, 2005; Williams Center for the Arts, Easton, PA
  • Stations of the Cross 

    Maksymowicz, Virginia (2005)
    Installation View, Penelec Gallery, Allegheny College, Meadville, PA
  • Stations of the Cross (Installation View) 

    Maksymowicz, Virginia (2005)
    Saint Thomas Episcopal Church, Lancaster, PA
  • Combinational Structures 

    Maksymowicz, Virginia (2006)
    Body Language Exhibition, 2006; SculptureSite Gallery, San Francisco, CA
  • Reclaiming the Past: Art, History, and Science in Rural Pennsylvania 

    Maksymowicz, Virginia (International Sculpture Center, Washington, D.C., 2007)
    Article detailing the work of the AMD&Art Project (Acid Mine Drainage) in rural Pennsylvania.