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2008 MTA Commission

New York MTA Arts for Transit subway lightboxes Rockaway Park-Beach 116th Street Station

2008 Collaboration

2007

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2007 Gotham Haiku

2006 Wave Hill – New York Public Garden and Cultural Center Commission

2006 Weir Farm National Historic Site Fellowship

2006

2006 Gallery

Highlights

Highlights Gallery

Drawings

Drawing Gallery

Gold-leafed Paper Paintings

Gold-leaf paper painting

KK KOZIK is an artist and writer who lives and works in Sharon, CT and Brooklyn, NY. Below are links to published interviews. Other interviews soon to be posted included Radiohead, Sarah McLachlan, Leonard Cohen, Robbie Robertson, They Might Be Giants and Morphine.

Music and Art Published Works

Main Street Magazine

2016
School of Rock: 40 Years of Fleshtone, an interview with Peter Zaremba

The Brooklyn Rail

2014
Howe Gelb: Smelling The Smoke Of A Future Fire
JIM WHITE: An Acquired Taste

2013
TRIXIE WHITLEY’s Dot Odyssey
KT TUNSTALL: Travelling Light

2012
Garland Jeffreys: Time and Materials

2011
BILLY BRAGG: Content Over Style

2008
¡Divertido! Dan Zanes’s ¡Nueva York! Brings a Guerilla Groove to Family Music

2003
Chris Whitley: Cultural Asylum

2002
Chocolate Genius: Next Wave Songwriter Resting at BAM

ArtNexus

Julio Larraz
Kozik K.K.
May – Jul 1995
Issue #16 – May – Jul 1995

Marcelo Aguirre
Kozik K.K.
Aug – Oct 1996
Issue #21 – Aug – Oct 1996

Carlos Salazar
Kozik K.K.
Nov – Jan 1998
Issue #26 – Nov – Jan 1998

Santiago Cardenas
Kozik K.K.
Nov – Jan 1998
Issue #26 – Nov – Jan 1998

Journal of Contemporary Art

CHIN, Mel
I: KK Kozik 6.2 (1993) pp5-15

WILLIAMS, Sue
I: KK Kozik 6.1 (1993) pp99-108

Cover

Questions No Answers
I: KK Kozik (March 1995)

Sarah McLachlen
I:KK Kozik (March, 1994)

Robbie Robertson Looks Up
I:KK Kozik (Winter, 1995)

Ineffable Fables
I:KK Kozik (April, 1993)

Brenda Zlamany
I:KK Kozik (April 1993)

Grisly Gris-Gris
I:KK Kozik (October 1993)

Concrete Blonde, Johnette Napolitano
I:KK Kozik (November, 1993)

Donald Sultan
I:KK Kozik (November 1993)

Inner Visions, Francis Dunnery
I:KK Kozik

They Might Be Giants
I:KK Kozik

A Broad Swath
I:KK Kozik (September 1992)

Anna Bialobroda, Panopticon
I:KK Kozik (April 1991)

Industrial Strength
I:KK Kozik (March 1991)

Donald Sultan Stresses the Materials
I:KK Kozik (March 1991)

Jane Hammond, Nonsensibility
I:KK Kozik (October 1991)

Hanno Ahrens
I:KK Kozik

Guiding Light at the End of the Television
I:KK Kozik

Magic Realissimo
I:KK Kozik (February 1990)

Carrie McGee
I:KK Kozik (September 1990)

Deja View, Michele Zalopany
I:KK Kozik (September 1990)

Test of Faith
I:KK Kozik (September 1990)

Rufino Tamayo
I:KK Kozik (September 1990)

Irwin
I:KK Kozik (November 1990)

Ida Applebroog
I:KK Kozik

Lee Stoliar
I:KK Kozik

Laurence Gipe
I:KK Kozik
Romare Bearden
I:KK Kozik (March 1992)

A Broad Swath
I:KK Kozik (September 1996)

Concrete Blonde
I:KK Kozik (November 1993)

Flesh Tones
I:KK Kozik (November 1995)

Rising from Roots in Fusion and Jazz
I:KK Kozik

Juicy Fruit the Pure Pop of Eve’s Plum
I:KK Kozik

Richard Lloyd
I:KK Kozik (March 1993)

MOJAVE, 3 Golden Shadows
I:KK Kozik

Radiohead
I:KK Kozik

New Observations

Post Ideological Pilgrims: On the Road 1995
I:KK Kozik, March 1995

Whitney Museum of Art

Whitney Museum of American Art, Keith Haring, Fall 1997

awards, education, solo and selected group exhibitions, projects & collections
K2Kozik_press-photo
Jonathan Doster Photography

Awards

Magnesium Electron, NA Prize, North American Print Biennial, 2009
Commission, Arts For Transit, Rockaway Park Beach 116th St Subway Station, 2008
New American Painting, Selected Artist, 2004, 2007
Weir Farm Trust Visiting Artist Fellowship, 2003-4
Rotunda Gallery Multimedia Grant at BCAT, 2002
Artist in Residence, Hofstra University, 2000-2001
Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation Grant, 1994
University Fellowship, Syracuse University 1985-86
National Merit Scholarship 1983

Education

Edinbugh University Scotland
Fine Art, Fine and Studio Arts, three firsts
Syracuse University, MA
University of Virginia, BA

Solo Exhibitions

2014 Ober Gallery, Kent, CT (forthcoming)
2012  Storefront Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY
2011  Washington Art Association, Washington Depot, CT
2010  “Imitation of Life,” Black & White Gallery, New York
….“Recent Work,” Norfolk Library, Norfolk, CT
2009  Jancar Gallery, Los Angeles
….Fitton Center for the Arts, Cincinnati, Ohio
2007  Gotham Haiku, New Etchings, VanDeb Editions, New York, collaboration with Barry Schwabsky
2006  Shelter, Black & White Gallery, New York
2003  Ashcan Rococo, Black & White Gallery, New York
2000  Wild Kingdom, Roebling Hall, Williamsburg, Brooklyn
….Randolph-Macon College, Ashland, Virginia
….James Fuentes Gallery, New York
1996  Secrecy, Bill Maynes Gallery, New York
1995  Faraway, Bill Maynes Contemporary Art, New York
1994  Sugar, Bill Maynes Contemporary Art, New York
….Hudson Hall, Hastings-on-Hudson, New York
1993 White Columns, New York
….Trial Balloon 2, New York

Selected Group Exhibitions

2016
Space Light and Disorder, Kathryn Markel Gallery, New York, NY

2015
House, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA
Editions/Artists Books Fair, with VanDeb Editions, New York, NY
Cleveland Print Fair, Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH
The New Narrative, Storefront Ten Eyck, Bushwick, Brooklyn, 2015
Interior Conversation, Van Der Plas Gallery, New York, 2015
Fleurs Fatales, Ober Gallery, Kent, CT, 2015
Two-person show, Giroux Gallery, Great Barrington, MA, 2015
House, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA, 2015
Van der Plas Gallery, NY

2014
Feral Objects, Creon Gallery, NY, curated by Peggy Cyphers and Lucio Pozzi
Cutlog Art Fair (with VanDeb Editions), NY
Summer Selections, Ober Gallery, Kent, CT
Feral Objects, curated by Peggy Cyphers and Luccio Pozzi, Creon Gallery, New York
Love Art, Kenise Barnes Gallery, Larchmont, CT
Women’s History:  Etchings and Monotypes, VanDeb Editions, Long Island City
Galerie Sono, South Norwalk, CT
Love Art, Kenise Barnes Gallery, Larchmont, CT
Women’s History:  Etchings and Monotypes, VanDeb Editions, Long Island City
Feral Objects, Creon Gallery, New York
Cutlog Art Fair, LES, with VanDeb Editions
Summer Show,  Ober Gallery, Kent, CT
Gravity Racers, Pierogi, Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Twin Oaks, Tremaine Gallery, Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, CT
Summer Salon, VanDeb Editions, LIC, NY
NurtureArt Benefit, Boiler, Greenpoint, Brooklyn

2013
Winter Group Show, Galerie Sono, Norwalk, CT
Capital Art Fair, Washington, DC with VanDeb Editions
Re Institute, Millerton, NY
“Elective Affinities,” VanDeb Editions
“Night Vision,” Gilded Moon Gallery, Millerton, NY
Nurture Art Benefit, Bernarducci Meisel Gallery, New York

2012
Affordable Art Fair, Los Angeles, CA with VanDeb Editions
Capital Art Fair, Washington, DC with VanDeb Editions
Summer Salon VanDeb Editions, New York
Cue Art Foundation Benefit
Nurture Art Benefit
Two-person Show, Galerie Sono, Norwalk, CT

2011
“Cabin Fever,” Mixed Greens, New York, NY
“So Zik,” Ober Gallery, Kent, CT
“Shaker Collects,” Jack and Linda Lissauer Gallery, Shaker Heights Historical Society, Shaker Heights, Ohio
“Capital Art Fair,” Washington, DC with Van Deb Editions
PULSE Los Angeles with Black & White Gallery
NurtureArt Benefit, Chelsea Art Museum, New York, NY

2010
Vernissage at the Granary (Bucksbaum/Learsey), Sharon, CT
“Portraits,” Storefront, Bushwick Brooklyn
PULSE Art Fair with Black & White Gallery, Miami
NurtureArt Benefit, ZieherSmith Gallery, New York
Group Show, VanDeb Editions, New York,
PULSE Art Fair with Black & White Gallery, New York
Capital Print Fair, Washington DC
Baltimore Fair for Contemporary Prints and New Editions, Baltimore Museum of Art
Editions: Monotypes and Etchings from a Printmaking Atelier, curated by Emily J. O’Leary, Hebrew Home at Riverdale
Group Show, Green and Blue Gallery, Stowe, VT
“Bibliophilia,” Hotchkiss Library of Sharon, CT
ArtGarage Benefit, Morrison Gallery, Kent, CT

2009
North American Biennial of Prints, 808 Gallery, Boston University
VanDeb Editions 10th Anniversary Show, New York
Summer Group Show, Jancar Gallery, Los Angeles
Palms, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington
Pierogi a Go Go, Pierogi Boiler, Brooklyn
Slow News, Mark’s Art Garage, Honolulu, curated by Peggy Cyphers
Miniatures, Norfolk Library, Norfolk, CT
Publishing Partnerships: VanDeb Editions and Olive Branch Press, Ithaca, NY
Benefit, Contemporary Art Center of New Orleans, curated by Dan Cameron

2008
Cleveland Museum of Art Prints, Cleveland
Past Meets Present, University of Virginia Gallery, Charlottesville
Thoreau Reconsidered, Concord Art Museum, Concord, MA, curated by Jennifer McGregor
Touring Connecticut, State Capitol Building, Hartford, CT
Mapping Correspondence, Center for Book Arts, New York
Viewing New Yorkers, NY Society of Etchers, New York
Etchings and Monoprints, VanDeb Editions, New York
Cultural Corridor, Storefront Artists Project, Pittsfield, MA, curated by Geoffrey Young
The Artist and the Object, Sharon Historical Society, curated by Stephanie Plunkett
BAMArt Benefit, Brooklyn
Black and White Gallery Project Space Benefit, New York

2007
The Sheltering Sky, Black &White Gallery, New York
NextNext BAMArt Benefit, Brooklyn
Aphrodite, three-person show, Geoffrey Young Gallery, Great Barrington, MA
Postcards from the Edge, James Cohan Gallery, New York

2006
Summer of Philocracy, SilentSpace Gallery, Kingston, NY
Next Next BAMArt Benefit, Brooklyn
Postcards from the Edge, Brent Sikkema Gallery, New York
ArtMiami, Miami
NextNext BAMArt , Brooklyn, curated by Dan Cameron and Claryssa Dalrymple

2004
Open House, Brooklyn Museum of Art
Art Rotterdam, Rotterdam, Netherlands
ScopeNYArt Fair, New York
Enchantment, Glyndor Gallery, Wave Hill, Bronx
Pierogi a Go Go, Pierogi, Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Drawn to the Present, Pace University (curated by Jane Dickson and Linda Gottesfeld)
Power Ts, Pierogi, Willamsburg, Brooklyn
Weir Farm Visiting Artists, University of Conn.Stamford Gallery

2003
NextNext Visual Art Series (curated by Dan Cameron), Brooklyn Academy Of Music, Brooklyn
Brooklyn on 57th Street, Nohra Haime Gallery, New York
The ‘Burbs, DFN Gallery, New York (curated by John Nickle)
New Acquisitions, Florida State Museum of Fine Arts, Tallahassee
Rethinking Landscape, Pennsylvania College of Art and Design, Lancaster
BQE, White Box, New York (curated by Christian Viveros and Joel Beck)

2002
Into the Woods, Julie Saul Gallery, New York
Phoenix, NY, Parker’s Box, Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Artist to Artist, Marie Walsh Sharpe Foundation Retrospective, Ace Gallery, New York
Animals in Art, Allegheny College, Meadville, Pennsylvania
Reactions, Exit Art, New York; Art Center College of Design, Pasadena
Postcards From the Edge, Sperone Westwater Gallery, New York
Benefit Auction, Art Resources Transfer, New York
Benefit Auction, Bellwether Gallery, Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Benefit, Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn

2001
The Entropic Garden, Scales Fine Arts Center, Wake Forest University, North Carolina (curated by Joel Beck)
Benefit Auction, Art Resources Transfer
Made in Brooklyn, Cono’s, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (curated by Chris Martin)
Postcards From the Edge, Benefit Visual Aids, Sara Meltzer Gallery, New York

2000
Works on Paper, Serran Cano Gallery, Barcelona
Yardsale, Downtown Arts Festival, New York
Meat Market Art Fair, New York
Quirky, Adam Baumgold Gallery, New York
The Entropic Garden, www.massurrealism.com (curated by Joel Beck)

1999
Contemporary Visions: Women on the Verge, General Electric Corporate Headquarters (P)review, Roebling Hall, Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Austrotel Art Fair, Vienna, Austria
Familiar Strangers, Galapagos Art and Performance Space, Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Community Art Auction, Brooklyn Museum of Art

1998
Utopia, Roebling Hall, Williamsburg,
Brooklyn Pay-Per-It, Sideshow Gallery, Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Hardware Show, Crest Hardware, Brooklyn, New York
Benefit Auction, White Columns, New York
Are You Looking at Me?, Acme Art Company, Columbus, Ohio

1997
Collector’s Gallery, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo
Paradise, E. S. Vandam, New York
Current Undercurrents: Living and Working in Brooklyn, Brooklyn Art Museum
Treffpunkt Niemandsland, organized by P.T.T. Red, Brennaro, Italy
New York Drawers, Gasworks, London and Cornerhouse Gallery, Manchester
Gramercy International Art Fair (with Momenta Art), New York

1996
Body Language, Florida State University, Tallahassee
Alem de Agua, Museo de Arte Extremeo e lberamericano, Badajoz, Spain
Hardware Show, Crest Hardware, Brooklyn, New York
Fictional Archives, Four Walls, Oslo, Norway
Benefit Auction, The New Museum for Contemporary Art, New York
Benefit Auction, White Columns, New York
Crude Art, Rhombus Gallery, Burlington, Vermont

1995
The Wheel of Fortune, Lombard/Freid Gallery, New York (curated by Amy Lipton)
Artwalk 95, Benefit Auction for the Coalition for the Homeless, New York
Works for a Fun House, E.S. Vandam, New York (curated by Y.  Muranushi and S. Ostrow)
Happy Valley, A/C Project Room, New York (curated by Dan Cameron)
Pilgrims, Four Walls, Brooklyn, New York
Hardware Show, Crest Hardware, Brooklyn, New York
Telling Tales, The Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

1994
Bill Maynes Contemporary Art, New York
The Job Show, Kunstverein, Munich
Benefit Auction, The New Museum for Contemporary Art, New York
Expressionism: Abstract or Not, Community Gallery, Jersey City, New Jersey
Drop Dead Painting, New York (curated by John Ford)
White Columns Benefit, New York
Erika Knerr, KK Kozik, and Stuart Nicholson, Janos Gat Gallery, New York
Fallen Idylls: American Figurative Painting, Miami Art Expo and Cultural Center of Martin
County, Florida (curated by Wendy Olsoff and Christopher Sweet)

1993
Promotional Copy, Guggenheim Museum Soho, New York
Four Walls Benefit, David Zwirner Gallery, New York
OIA Benefit, Brooke Alexander Gallery, New York
Route 66 Revisited, Red Mesa Arts Center, Gallup, New Mexico (traveled to New Mexico Center for the Arts, Albuquerque; Near Northwest Arts Center, Chicago; Illinois State Museum, Springfield)
Update 1993, White Columns, New York
Anxious Art, Bernard Toale Gallery, Boston
Inaugural Group Exhibition, Rowles Studio, Hudson, N.Y. (curated by Bill Maynes)
Group Show, World Tattoo, Chicago
American Gothic, Art In General, New York (curated by Laura Hoptmann)
Malta’s Cradle: Reflections on the Abyss of Time, Solo Press, New York (curated by Peggy Cyphers)

1992
Route 66 Revisited, Red Mesa Arts Center, Gallup, New Mexico (traveled to Near Northwest Arts Center, Chicago)
Body Double, LaMama La Galleria, New York
Salon of the Mating Spiders, Herron Test Site, New York
Consumption of Paradise, Elsa Mott Ives Gallery, Lexington Avenue YMCA, New York (curated by Paul Bridgewater)
Radio Show, Artist’s Space, New York
Salon, Dooley Le Cappellaine Gallery, New York
Reform/Refigure, Organization of Independent Artists, New York

Misc. Projects

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Hofstra University (2002-present). Guest Lecturer, Pratt Institute (November 2000). Artist in Residence, Hofstra University (Fall 2000, Spring 2001). Adjunct Professor, University of Connecticut (Spring/Fall 1999, Spring 2000). Adjunct Professor, Pennsylvania State University (Spring 1998).

Visiting Artist, University of Virginia, February 2000. Visiting Artist, Randolph-Macon College, February 2000. Visiting Artist, Penn State University, November 1997. Visiting Artist, University of Massachusetts, March 1994.

Contributor to Time Capsule, an anthology of women’s art published by Creative Time. Organizer and participant, panel discussion “TABU,” Four Walls, Brooklyn, New York, June 1993.

Senior Editor and Art Critic and Music Critic, Cover Arts New York, 1989 to 1999. Contributing Editor, Arte en Colombia/Art Nexus (Bogota, Colombia) 1996 to present; Published in Vitvarne Umeni (Prague); Latin American Art, Journal of Contemporary Art, The Exhibitionist, New York and Brooklyn Rail. Co-guest-editor, “Pilgrims and Pop Pioneers,” New Observations, New York; Co-organizer and participant, “Pilgrims and Pop Pioneers,” Four Walls, Brooklyn, 1996; Contributing writer, The Exhibitionist.

Curator, “Bibliophilia,” Hotchkiss Library of Sharon, Co-curator, “Paradise,” E.S. Vandam, New York, 1997. Curator, “We Interrupt Your Regularly Scheduled Programming,” White Columns, New York, 1992; District of Columbia Arts Center, Washington, DC, 1993.

Collections

William Benton Museum
Florida State Museum of Fine Arts
General Electric Corporation
Great Valley Corporate Center
Harvard Business School
Library of Congress
Progressive Corporation
Prudential Securities
Weir Farm Trust
Metroplitan Transit Authority of New York
Brooklyn Academy of Music
Private Collections in the US and Abroad
Penn State University

 

Kozik’s pictures represent stops on an interior journey rather than an exterior one.

James Kalm, NY Arts

BOOKS
Bloodworth, Sandra and Bill Ayres, New York’s Underground Museum:  Expanding Along the Way, Monacelli Press, 2014 (forthcoming)

Cameron, Dan and Toni Morrison, Art Works:  The Progressive Collection, Distributed Art Publishers, New York, 2007

Fensterstock, Ann, Art on the Block, Palgreave Macmillan, 2014

REVIEWS | INTERVIEWS | EXHIBITION CATALOGS

Arning, Bill. Update 1993, catalogue essay, September 1993
Artists to Artists, catalogue, Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation, 2002
Artscope Magazine, review of “Thoreau Reconsidered,” Fall 2008
Art Forum, Roebling Hall, April 2000
Art, KK Kozik at Bill Maynes Gallery
Beck, Joel. The Entropic Garden, catalogue essay, Scales Fine Arts Center, Wake Forest
–  – University, North Carolina, 2001
Beck, Joel. Wild Kingdom, catalogue essay, Roebling Hall and Randolph-Macon College, 1999
Cameron, Dan. KK Kozik: Sugar, catalogue essay, Bill Maynes Contemporary Art, New York,
–  – March 1994
Chambers, Christopher. New York Soho Arts, exhibition review, January 1996
Cotter, Holland. “Phoenix, NY,” The New York Times, exhibition review, January 2002
Currah, Mark. “New York Drawers,” Time Out London, exhibition review, October 1997
Diehl, Carol. Artnews, exhibition review, February, 1997
Expressive Color, Subtle Voices at Van Der Plas Gallery, Arte Fuse Magazine, 2015
Fowlkes, Stephan, review, The New York Optimist, Feb. 1, 2010
Fuentes, James. “Open Space — James Fuentes Gallery, A Diary,” Zing Magazine 12, Summer 2000
Gallery, catalogue essay, Dooley le Cappelaine Gallery, New York, April 1992
Graham, Leon, Relaxed and Rejoicing, Lakeville Journal, 12/23/2014 Hamburger, Susan. Waterfront Weekly, column, November 5, 1998
Handy, Ellen. Cover, exhibition review, September 1994
Harper’s Magazine, Artist’s Page, October 2000
Hoptmann, Laura. Manual, catalogue essay, Art In General,New York, February 1994
H-O, Paul, video interview, Gallery Beat, September 2010
“Interior Conversation” Exhibition, NY Art Beat, 2015
Kalm, James, “James Kalm Frames New York,”, video interview
Kalm, James, Brooklyn Rail, exhibition review, January 2006
Jones, Casey, “KK Kozik Brings Color to Black & White for Heifer.org,” Scallywags and
–  – Vagabonds, Feb. 9, 2010
Kalm, James, “Wild Kingdom,” NYARTS, exhibition preview, December 3, 1999
Kleinman, Elise. “Impressed by Works of KK Kozik,” The Chatham Courier, Chatham, N.Y.,
–  – August 4, 1993
Karmel, Pepe. The New York Times, exhibition review, November 10, 1995
Kotik, Charlotta, OPEN , exhibition catalogue, Open House Brooklyn Museum, 2004
Laster, Paul. Art Net, exhibition review
Lavine, Matt T. “After the End of Art, How Does it Begin Again,” www.indieplanet.com, March 2000
Lombardi, D. Dominick. The New York Times, exhibition review, July 25, 2004
Levin, Kim. “Voices Choices,” The Village Voice, exhibition review, November 1995
Levin, Kim. “Voices Choices,” The Village Voice, exhibition review, June 1996
Lloyd, Ann Wilson. “KK Kozik at Bill Maynes,” Art in America, exhibition review, May 1996
Mahoney, Robert. “Sisyphean Struggles,” Cover, exhibition review, April 1993
Marlow, Shelly. Zing Magazine, project, Fall 1998
McCormick, Carlo. KK Kozik: Faraway, catalogue essay, Bill Maynes Contemporary Art,
–  – New York, October 1995
McCormick, Carlo. Ashcan Rococo, catalogue essay, Black and White Gallery, 2003
Molesworth, Carol. Manhattan User’s Guide, Vol. 2, Issue 12, April 1994 (review)
Morgan, Robert C. “Doric Column,” Cover, exhibition review, March 1993
New Arts, “KK Kozik Wild Kingdom at Rolling Hall”
New York Magazine, “Into the Woods,” exhibition review, July 31, 2002
New York Magazine, Editor’s Pick, October 2012
New York, Power of Myth, July 2002
New York Magazine, Into the Woods, July 2002
New Yorker, “Artists to Artists,” exhibition review, May 25, 2002
New Yorker, exhibition review, January 16, 2006 Palladino-Craig, Allys. Body Language, catalogue essay, Museum of Fine Arts Florida State University
New York Times, From Romantic to Edgy, July 2004
New York Times, Roeling Hall, November 1998
Partegas, Ester, Interview with KK Kozik, Zing Magazine, Spring 2000
Richard, Francis. The New Yorker, exhibition review, May 1, 2003
Robinson, Walter, H-0, Paul and Lebowitz, Cathy. Gallery Beat TV, exhibition review,
–  – January 1997
Robinson, Walter, Weekend Update, Artnet, Feb. 10, 2010
Saltz, Jerry. “Mayday, Mayday, Mayday,” Art in America, exhibition review, September 1993
Schwabsky, Barry. Artforum, exhibition review, April 2000
Servetar, Stuart. “Best Bets,” New York Press, exhibition review, May 18, 1994
Sharon Butler, “Alien terrain at Storefront Ten Eyck” 2015
Sherman, Mary. “Art Show Makes an ‘Anxious’ Bid to the Market,” Boston Sunday Herald,
–  – exhibition review, August 15, 1993
Smith, Champe, Culture/Context: KK Kozik, TV interview with Austin Thomas, Brooklyn Cable
Smith, Roberta. “Artists to Artists,” The New York Times, exhibition review, May 24, 2002
Smith, Roberta. “Current Undercurrents: Living and Working in Brooklyn,” The New York Times,
–  – exhibition review, October 1997
Smith, Roberta. “Utopia, Roebling Hall,” The New York Times, exhibition review,
–  – November 6, 1998
Stapen, Nancy. “Summer Jolt of ‘Anxious’ Art,” The Boston Globe, exhibition review,
–  – July 29, 1993
Streitfeld, L.P. “Beyond Impressionism,” The Advocate and Greenwich Time, exhibition review,
–  – January 2, 2005
Time Out New York, “KK Kozik at the Bill Maynes Gallery”
Sublette, Bill. “Art from a Voice Within,” interview, University of Virginia Alumni News,
–  – December 1990
Sweet, Christopher. Fallen Idylls, catalogue essay, January 1994
“U.Va. Alumni Featured in Fayerweather Show,” Charlottesville Observer Magazine,
–  – September 8, 1990
Valentin, Estee. Artscape, exhibition review, October 1998
Viveros-Faune, Christian. “Pay Per It,” exhibition review, NY Press, November 18, 1998
Walfred, Arnold, III. “Simply Grand,” NYArts Magazine, February 2002
Waddell, Roberta, Catalog essay, North American Print Biennial 2009
Weathered, Laura. Vision Through the Windshield, catalogue essay, Route 66 Revisited,
–  – September 1992
Whitman, Arthur, Provocative Partnership, Ithaca Times, February 11, 2009
Wright, Jeff. Crash Force, catalogue essay, Body Double, New York, September 1992.
–  – Reprinted in Exquisite Corpse. University of Illinois Press, 1995
Wright, Jeff. Cover, exhibition review, February 1997
Yablonsky, Linda. Time Out New York, Issue No. 68, exhibition review, January 9-16, 1997
Youens, Rachel, Cover, exhibition review, Winter 1999

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