BiBLIOGRAPHY:

 

 

Marks, Graham. "A Glimpse Into Pandora's Box : A Personal Narrative", Studio Potter Magazine, vol. 19 no.1, December 1990, pp. 58-65

Marks, Graham. "The Third Prince", Studio Potter Magazine, vol.39 no.2, Summer/Fall 2011, pp. 72-77

Marks, Graham. "Sensual Inflections of Functional Pottery", Exhibition Catalogue, Useful Pottery, Pyramid Arts Center, Rochester, NY, 1986

 

American Ceramics: The Collection of the Everson Museum of Art. New York: Rizzoli, 1989

Borrmann, Gottfried.  Keramik der Welt, Dusseldorf, 1984

Clark, Garth. American Ceramics, 1876 to the Present. Rev. ed., New York : Abbeville Press. 1988

Clay. Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island, 1981

Clowes, Jody. “Graham Marks” American Ceramics, vol. 11, no. 2, Spring 1994, pp. 56

Contemporary Arts: An Expanding View. Princeton, NJ, Squibb Gallery. 1986

Crowell, Susan. “Limits of Autonomy and the Autonomous Object,” Ceramics Art and Perception, Issue 7, 1992, pp.3-7 (illustrated)

Dormer, Peter. The New Ceramics: Trends and Traditions. New York: Thames and Hudson, 1986

Drutt, Matthew. “Graham Marks” Ceramics Monthly, June/July/Aug. 1984, pp.47-48

Dyki, Judy. “Cranbrook” Ceramics Monthly, Feb 1990, pp.27-31

Dyki, Judy and Witkopp, Greg,  “Cranbrook Art Museum 100 Treasures,” exh. cat., 2003

Douglas, Diane M., Material and Metaphor: Contemporary American Ceramic Sculpture, The Chicago Public Library Cultural Center. 1986

The Eloquent Object: The Evolution of American Art in Craft Media Since 1945. Exh., cat., Tulsa OK.: Philbrook Museum of Art

“Graham Marks : New Work”, Ceramics Monthly, May 1980, pp. 50-51

Griffin, Gary, Knodel, Gerhardt, Marks, Graham, The Cranbrook Tradition: Shared Boundaries, St. Louis. Craft Alliance, 1989

Higby, Wayne, "Something that Can’t be Named" and Licka, C.E., "Radiant Reflections: The Multivalent Sensibility of Graham Marks," in Graham Marks: New Work. Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York, 1986, (illustrated)

Horne, Murray. “Graham Marks”, Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, 1990 (illustrated)

Koplos, Janet, “Graham Marks,” New Art Examiner, 1979

Koplos, Janet and Bruce Metcalf. Makers: A History of American Studio Craft, University of North Carolina Press, 2010

Levine, Elaine. The History of American Ceramics. New York: Abrams, 1988

McTwigan, Michael. "The Fruitful Mysteries of Graham Marks," American Ceramics. Vol. 1, no. 2, Spring 1982, pp.29-32 (illustrated)

Miro, Marsha, "In Step with Cranbrook's Clay Legacy," Detroit Free Press, Sunday March 15, 1987, p.5C

Morgan, Robert.  "Graham Marks," American Ceramics, vol 3, no.1, 1984: 70-71

Multiplicity in Clay, Fiber, and Metal. Saratoga Springs: Skidmore College, 1985

Nahas, Dominique. "Graham Marks: New Work", Everson Museum of Art Bulletin, Sept. 1986.pp. 1-2

Peters, Susan Dodge, "An Ovoid View: From Here To Antiquity," City Newspaper, Oct 2, 1986, p. 24

Perreault, John. "Pods From Inner Space," Village Voice, January 10, 1989, p.80

Reith, Stephanie. "Perspectives: Graham Marks,  John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin. 1981 (illustrated)

Smith, Paul J. and Edward Lucie-Smith. Craft Today: Poetry of the Physical. New York: American Craft Museum/ Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1986

Surface/Function/Shape: Selections from the Earl Millard Collection. Edwardsville: Southern Illinois University 1985

Surface and Form: A Union of Polarities in Contemporary Ceramics. Baltimore: The National Museum of Ceramic Art. 1989

What’s New? : American Ceramics Since 1980, The Alfred and Mary Shands Collection. Louisville: J.B. Speed Art Museum, 1987

Who’s Afraid of American Pottery?, Museum voor Het Kruithuis/Museum for Contemporary Art, ’s-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands, 1983