Artists

Rona Pondick

Biography

1952Born in Brooklyn, New York

EDUCATION

1977M.F.A., Yale University School of Art
1974B.A., Queens College

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio
Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, New York
Centre Pompidou, Paris
DeCordova Sculpture Park + Museum, Lincoln, Massachusetts
Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado
Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Fondation pour l’art contemporain Claudine et Jean-Marc Salomon, Annecy, France
High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia
Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles
The Morgan Library & Museum, New York
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
New Orleans Museum of Art, Sculpture Garden, New Orleans, Louisiana
New York Public Library, New York
Norton Family Foundation, Santa Monica, California
The Progressive Collection, Cleveland, Ohio
Rooseum, Malmö, Sweden
The Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts
Savannah College of Art & Design, Savannah, Georgia
Simmons College, Boston
Sinai Temple, Los Angeles
Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio
United States Information Service, Washington, D.C.
University Art Museum, University of California at Santa Barbara, California
Ursula Blickle Stiftung, Kraichtal, Germany
Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, North Carolina
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2013Sonnabend Gallery, New York
2012Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris
2010Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn, NY, Metamorphosis: Rona Pondick
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Editions Space, Salzburg, Rona Pondick: The Metamorphosis of an Object
2009Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts, Rona Pondick: The Metamorphosis of an Object
Howard Yezerkski Gallery, Boston
2008TR3, Ljubljana, Slovenia, Rona Pondick, Head in Tree and other works 1999–2008
Die Internationale Stiftung Mozarteum, Salzburg, Austria, Rona Pondick
2006Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg
Sonnabend Gallery, New York
2004Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, Cleveland, Ohio
Akira Ikeda Gallery, Taura, Japan, 1987–2001
2003Cranbrook Art Museum, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, Sculpture 1992–2003
2002-03DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, Massachusetts
Groninger Museum, Groningen, Netherlands
2002Galleria d’Arte Moderna Bologna, Bologna, Italy
Sonnabend Gallery, New York
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris
2001Patricia Faure Gallery, Santa Monica, California
1999Rupertinum Museum für moderne und zeitgenössische Kunst, Salzburg, Positionenreihe 7
1998Howard Yezerski Gallery, Boston
1997Sidney Janis Gallery, New York, tree head room
1996-97Brooklyn Museum of Art, Lobby Project, Brooklyn, New York, Mine
1996Brooklyn Academy of Music, Next Wave Festival (site: Brooklyn Museum of Art), Brooklyn, New York, Mine (conceived and directed by Rona Pondick and Robert Feintuch; collaborators: Sara Rudner, Jennifer Tipton, and William Matthews)
Susan Inglett, I. C. Editions, New York
Patricia Faure Gallery, Santa Monica, California
Howard Yezerski Gallery, Boston
1995Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio, New Art 4
Jose Freire Fine Art, New York
1993Howard Yezerski Gallery, Boston
Jose Freire Fine Art, New York
1992The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Pink and Brown
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris
Transepoca, Milan
1991Beaver College Art Gallery, Glenside, Pennsylvania, Scrap, a site-specific installation
Asher-Faure Gallery, Los Angeles
fiction/nonfiction, New York, Foot and Mouth
1990Asher-Faure Gallery, Los Angeles, mamamamama
1989The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, Currents
fiction/nonfiction, New York, Bed Milk Shoe
Hillman Holland Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
1988Sculpture Center, New York, Beds
fiction/nonfiction, New York

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2013
Krampf Gallery, Istanbul, Turkey
RH Gallery, New York, A Discourse on Plants
2012
Brand New Gallery, Milan, Italy, Changing States of Matter
Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, CA, Do Not Destroy: Trees, Art, and Jewish Thought
2011-2012Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Everyday Disturbances
2011Sonnabend Gallery, New York, One Room Show
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, Venice, Italy, Ileana Sonnabend: An Italian Portrait
Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, New York, Circa 1986
Galerie im Traklhaus, Salzburg, Austria, Froschbärfant und andere Tiere in der Kunst
Pera Museum, Istanbul, Turkey, Fundamentally Yours: Visual Art and Neuroscience
Howard Yezerski Gallery, Boston, Naked
Macao Museum of Art, Macao, China, Speaking with Hands
Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, Never Let Me Go
Valentina Bonomo Roma, Rome, Italy, American Dream
Trustman Art Gallery, Simmons College, Boston, Simmons Collects: Celebrating Women Artists
Worcester Art Museum, The Museum’s Collection of Art Since the Mid-20th Century
Sonnabend Gallery, New York, One Room Show
2010Royal Institution of Australia, The Science Exchange, Adelaide, Australia, The Uncanny Valley
Sonnabend Gallery, New York
Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, North Carolina, Odd Bodies: Selections from the Permanent Collection
2009-10Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan, Medicine and Art: Imagining a Future for Life and Love
2009Fundament Foundation, park De Oude Warande, Tilburg, The Netherlands, Stardust
Sonnabend Gallery, New York
Daelim Contemporary Art Museum, Seoul, Korea, The Buhl Collection: Speaking with Hands
2008Sonnabend Gallery, New York
Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts, Human Nature(s)
Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, New York, Origins
Sonsbeek 2008, Arnhem, Netherlands, Sonsbeek 2008: Grandeur
Palais des Beaux-Arts de Lille, Lille, France, Goya. Les Caprices & Chapman, Morimura, Pondick, Schutte
Cultural Services of the French Embassy, New York, The Florence and Daniel Guerlain Collection: Dessins
2007Sonnabend Gallery, New York
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg, Exposures: The Contemporary Self-Portrait
Howard Yezerski Gallery, Boston, Unnatural: Neeta Madahar and Rona Pondick
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, Uncontained
2006Ursula Blickle Stiftung, Kraichtal, Germany, Eccentrics
CAM Gallery, Istanbul, Turkey, Ego
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg
2005Chelsea Art Museum, New York, Francisco de Goya: Los Caprichos and Here Comes the Bogey-Man
Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, New York, Figure It Out
Fondation pour l’art contemporain Claudine et Jean-Marc Salomon, Annecy, France, Collection 2
Howard Yezerski Gallery, Boston, Head Count
Sonnabend Gallery, New York
Kunst der Gegenwart Sammlung Essl, Vienna, Austria, Visions of America: Contemporary Art from the Essl Collection and the Sonnabend Collection
2004Howard Yezerski Gallery, Boston, Some of Their Parts
Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin, Ohio, Making the Body in Contemporary Sculpture
Galerie St. Etienne, New York, Animals and Us: The Animal in Contemporary Art
Sonnabend Gallery, New York
2003DaimlerChrysler, Berlin, A Dialogue of Two Collections: Ileana Sonnabend, New York and DaimlerChrysler
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg, Skulptur 03
Museum für Angewandte Kunst, Frankfurt, Germany, Triennial 9 Form and Contents: Corporal Identity—Body Language (traveled to Museum of Arts and Design, New York)
Jacksonville Museum of Modern Art, Jacksonville, Florida, Skin: Contemporary Views of the Body
Sonnabend Gallery, New York
2002Tang Museum, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, New York, From Pop to Now: Selections from the Sonnabend Collection (traveled to Wexner Center for the Arts, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio)
Deutsche Bank, New York, Text/Textile
Sonnabend Gallery, New York
2001Yale University School of Art, New Haven, Connecticut, Alumni Choice
2000Sonnabend Gallery, New York, Sculpture
Biennale d’art contemporain de Lyon, Lyon, France, Sharing Exoticism
Koldo Mitxelena Cultural Centre, Donostia–San Sebastian, Spain, Acts of Resistance
Sonnabend Gallery, New York, Anniversary Exhibition
Torch Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Blondies and Brownies
1999Kunsthaus Mürzzuschlag, Mürzzuschlag, Austria, Der Anagrammatische Körper (in cooperation with Neue Galerie Landesmuseum Joanneum Graz; traveled to Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, Germany)
Center for Curatorial Studies Museum, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, Calendar 2000
Parsons School of Design, New York, Drawing in the Present
Speed Art Museum, Louisville, Kentucky, The Body in Question: Tracing, Displacing and Remaking the Human Figure in Contemporary Art
PaineWeber Art Gallery, New York, Comfort Zone: Furniture by Artists
1998Susan Inglett, I. C. Editions, New York, Multiples + Editions
The Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, Contemporary Sculpture and Sculptors’ Drawings
Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, North Carolina, Art on Paper
Groninger Museum, Groningen, Netherlands, What Remains MCMLXXXXVII
Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, Inner Eye: Contemporary Art from the Marc and Livia Straus Collection (traveled to Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, Tennessee; Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, Georgia; Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, Virginia)
Landesgalerie Oberösterreich Landesmuseum, Linz, Austria, Sculpture Figure Women: Forms of Representation of the Female Body (traveled to Kunstsammlungen, Chemnitz, Germany)
MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Mirror Images: Women, Surrealism, and Self-Representation (traveled to Miami Art Museum, Miami, Florida; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco)
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, From Head to Toe: Concepts of the Body in Twentieth-Century Art
1997Patricia Faure Gallery, Santa Monica, California, Lust
2nd Johannesburg Biennale, Johannesburg, South Africa, Alternating Currents
Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, No Small Feet
Caren Golden Fine Art, New York, Frankensteinian
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, Sous le manteau
Contemporary Art Museum, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, New Grounds: Prints and Multiples
1996Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia, Millennium Eve Dress (traveled to Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati, Ohio)
The Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, The Persistence of Pop
Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts, Tallahassee, Florida, Body Language
John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, Florida, Embedded Metaphor (traveled to Dalhousie Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia; Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington; Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, Maine; Virginia Beach Center for the Arts, Virginia Beach, Virginia; Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut)
Hand Workshop Art Center, Richmond, Virginia, B.A.B.Y.
UCLA at the Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center, Los Angeles, Sexual Politics: Judy Chicago’s Dinner Party in Feminist Art History
Jewish Museum, New York, Too Jewish? Challenging Traditional Identities (traveled to Jewish Museum, San Francisco; UCLA at the Armand Hammer Museum and Cultural Center, Los Angeles; Contemporary Museum, Baltimore)
The Institute for Contemporary Art (Clocktower Gallery), New York, Home/Salon (Salon of the Present)
University Galleries, Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois, Frankenstein
1995Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, Altered and Irrational
The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Intersections: The Personal and the Social in the Permanent Collection
Armory, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, The Figure/The Body: American Art 1945–1995
New Jersey Center for the Visual Arts, Summit, New Jersey, The Outer Layer
Elga Wimmer, New York, Women on the Verge (Fluxus and Not)
Galerie Enrico Navarra, Paris, Autour de Roger Vivier (traveled to Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Japan)
The South Bank Centre, London, Fetishism: Visualizing Power and Desire (traveled to Brighton Museum and Art Gallery, Brighton; Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery, Nottingham; The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia, Norwich)
Configura 2, Erfurt, Germany, Dialog der Kulturen
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg and Paris, The Muse? Transforming the Image of Women in Contemporary Art
The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut, Inside Out: Psychological Self-Portraiture
Rosemont College Art Gallery, Rosemont, Pennsylvania, Foundations: Underwear/Under Where?
Herter Art Gallery, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Amherst, Massachusetts, Imperfect (traveled to Tyler Art Gallery, Philadelphia)
Huntington Gallery, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, Object Lessons: Feminine Dialogue with the Surreal
Howard Yezerski Gallery, Boston, Robert Feintuch, John O’Reilly, Rona Pondick
1994Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, North Carolina, Thirteenth Annual Exhibition of Art on Paper
Stedelijk Museum Bureau, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Puber Alles (Why Am I Who I Am?)
Turman Gallery, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana, Object Bodies
UCLA Wight Gallery, Los Angeles, Bad Girls
The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut, In the Lineage of Eva Hesse
1993Palazzo della Stelline, Milan, Normality as Art
Bonner Kunstverein, Bonn, Germany, Über-Leben
Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, Legend in My Living Room
William Weston Clark Emison Art Center, DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana, Object Bodies
The Drawing Center, New York, Return of the Cadavre Exquis
Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana, Regarding Masculinity
Art Finds: Marsha Fogel Gallery, East Hampton, New York, Venice Comes to the Hamptons
Biennale di Venezia, Venice, “I Love You More Than My Own Death: A Melodrama in Parts by Pedro Almodovar”
Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut, Yale Collects Yale
Exit Art, New York, 1920
Elisabeth Kaufman, Basel, Switzerland, Korper I, Annette Messager, Giuseppe Penone, Rona Pondick, Wilfried Riess, Klaudia Schifferle, Anselm Stalder
The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut, Fall from Fashion
Thread Waxing Space, New York, I Am the Enunciator
1992MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Corporal Politics
Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Effected Desire
Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany, Spielholle, Aesthetics and Violence
Fullerton Art Gallery, California State University, Fullerton, California, Bedroom Eyes: Room with a View
Heckscher Museum, Huntington, New York, The Edge of Childhood
AB Galerie, Paris, Erotiques
Thread Waxing Space, New York, Mssr. B’s Curio Shop
Barbara Toll Fine Arts, New York, Hands and Eyes (Modeled Sculpture)
fiction/nonfiction, New York, The Whole Part: John Coplans, Rona Pondick, and John Wesley
Kunsthalle, New York, Psycho
The Gallery of the Art Institute of Chicago, Power Play
1991Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 1991 Whitney Biennial
Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York, Experiencing Sculpture: The Figurative Presence in America, 1870–1990
Solo Press, New York, Sense and Sensibility
Blum Helman Warehouse, New York, Plastic Fantastic Lover (Object A)
Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco, The Childhood Show
Galería Fernando Alcolea, Barcelona, Rope
Jack Tilton Gallery, New York, Forbidden Games
The Hyde Collection, Glen Falls, New York, Just What Is It That Makes Today’s Homes So Different, So Appealing?
1990Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Salzburg, Vertigo II
Greenberg/Wilson Gallery, New York, Collaborations
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, Vertigo
Asher-Faure Gallery, Los Angeles, The Home Show
Morris Museum, Morristown, New Jersey, Diverse Representations
Emily Sorkin Gallery, New York, Body, Once Removed
Jack Tilton Gallery, New York, Detritus: Transformation and Construction
Marc Richards Gallery, Los Angeles, Spellbound
White Columns, New York, Fragments, Parts, and Wholes: The Body and Culture
1989Hillwood Art Gallery, CW Post Campus, Long Island University, Brookville, New York, and BlumHelman Warehouse, New York, Lines of Vision: Drawings by Contemporary Women
Asher/Faure Gallery, Los Angeles, Summer Group Show
fiction/nonfiction, New York, Invitational with Gallery Artists
Doug Milford Gallery, New York, Invitational
Simon Watson Gallery, New York, Erotophobia: A Forum in Contemporary Sexuality
Emily Sorkin Gallery, New York, Form and Fetish
Fine Arts Museum of Long Island, Hempstead, New York, On the Cutting Edge
Greenberg/Wilson Gallery, New York, Towards Form
1988Santa Barbara Museum of Art, University of California at Santa Barbara, California, Collaborations in Monotype: Garner Tullis Workshop (traveled to Archer M. Huntington Art Gallery, University of Texas, Austin; Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio)
New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, Girls Night Out (Femininity as Masquerade)
Simon Watson Gallery, New York, Invitational
White Columns, New York, Sculpture 1988: A Salon of Small-Scale Work
Lyman-Allyn Art Museum, New London, Connecticut, New Artists/New Drawings
Galerie Alfred Kren, Cologne, Germany, The Other New York: Sculpture by Maureen Connor, Rona Pondick, and Kate Ritson
1987Sculpture Center, New York, Small Works
Zabriskie, New York, Summer of 1987
fiction/nonfiction, New York, Contemplating Things: A Sculpture Group Show in Two Parts; Part One: Polly Apfelbaum, Jill Levine, and Rona Pondick
Zabriskie, New York, Peter Flaccus, Helen Miranda Wilson, and Rona Pondick
Carl Solway Gallery, Cincinnati, Ohio, The Level of Volume
1986Sculpture Center, New York, Emerging Sculptors: 1986
Jack Tilton Gallery, New York, Invitational
Richard Green Gallery, New York, Transformations
John Davis Gallery, Akron, Ohio, Invitational
Parsons School of Design, New York, Sculptors’ Drawings
1985Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, New Jersey, Mystery Show
Rosa Esman Gallery, New York, Friends of the Gallery
Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania, Working with Wood
1984Madeleine Carter Fine Arts, Brookline, Massachusetts, Exhibition One: Jill Levine, Marilyn Levin, Rona Pondick
Rosa Esman Gallery, New York, Exceptional and New
Prospect Park, Brooklyn, New York, Bronze Sculpture

AWARDS and GRANTS

2000Cultural Department of the City of Salzburg, Kunstlerhaus
1999Bogliasco Foundation Fellowship
1996Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship
1992Guggenheim Fellowship
1991Mid-Atlantic Arts Grant
1988Art Matters Inc.
New York State Council on the Arts (for Beds installation)
Artists Space Grant
1985Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation Grant
1977Fannie B. Pardee Prize in Sculpture

BIBLIOGRAPHY

To download selected articles, reviews, and essays please visit www.ronapondick.com
2013
Bui, Phong.  “In Conversation, Rona Pondick with Phong Bui.” The Brooklyn Rail, March 2013, cover, pp. 24-27.
Wright, Ava. “Artists: Altmejd, Pondick and Johnson.” Contemporary Art Globally Speaking (March 2013): n. pag. Web. 8 March 2013
2012
Changing States of Matter (Milan, Italy: Brand New Gallery, 2012), pp. 5, 48-49.
“Changing states of matter.” Exibart.com.  May 31, 2012.
“‘Changing states of matter’ at Brand New Gallery, Milan.” Mousse Magazine.  July 6, 2012.
“Interview, Rona Pondick, ‘Drawings and Sculptures.’” AMA Newsletter 60 (Paris, France: Art Media Agency, July 13, 2012), p. 24.
Kracht, Gigi O.  “Sunshine’s Nook, The Art of Eve in the Big Apple and Beyond.” Views, The Baur Au Lac Magazine, Edition 2012, p. 60.
Liuzzi, Sara.  “Bis alla Brand New Gallery di Milano: Cristina Lei Rodriguez | Changing States of Matter.” International Business Times, May 30, 2012.
Nahmod, David Elijah.  “Trees of life, An exploration of San Francisco’s Contemporary Jewish Museum’s new exhibit, ‘Do Not Destroy: Trees, Art and Jewish Thought.’” The Times of Israel, February 26, 2012.
Phillips, Ian.  “Ad Bei…Thaddaeus Ropac.” Architectural Digest, Die Schönsten Häuser Der Welt, No. 132, September 2012, pp. 240-241.
Solomon, Dara. Do Not Destroy: Trees, Art, and Jewish Thought (San Francisco, CA: Contemporary Jewish Museum, 2012), pp. 15, 73.
Turton-Turner, Pamela.  “The ‘Maternal’ Feminist: Exploring the Primal in Women’s Art.” Studies in the Maternal, Volume 4, Issue 1, 2012, pp. 9-15.
2011Anker, Suzanne.  “Fundamentally Human: Contemporary Art and Neuroscience.” Fundamentally Human (Istanbul, Turkey: Pera Museum, 2011), pp. 23-53, 74-77.
Armstrong, Richard. Ileana Sonnabend, An Italian Portrait (Venice, Italy: The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, 2011), p. 9.
Artoni, Margherita.  “Interview with Rona Pondick.” American Dream (Rome, Italy: Valentina Bonomo Roma, 2011), pp. 34-41.
Bulut, Ümran.  “‘Temelde Insan’ ve ‘Ihsan Cemal Karaburçak’ sergileri 3 Temmuz’ a dek Pera Müzesi’nde, Baska türlü manzaralar.” Cumhuriyet, Günlük Ulusal Gazete, June 16, 2011, p.16.
Cahill, Zachary.  “‘Never Let Me Go,’ Rhona Hoffman Gallery.” Artforum, June 2011.
Carvani, Ilaroa.  “American Dream, Roma, Galleria.” Exibart.com.  16 April 2011  .
Circa 1986. Exh. Cat. (Peekskill: Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art; Amsterdam: Black Cat Publishing, 2011), cover, pp. 45, 70.
Codognato, Mario. Ileana Sonnabend, An Italian Portrait (Venice, Italy: The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, 2011), pp. 96-97.
De Sanctis, Linda.  “Sogno a stele e strisce tra acquarelli e collage.” La Repubblica.it.  26 March 2011, p.21  .
“Dream Team.” Ilgiornaledell’arte.com.  April 2011  .
Ferri, Patrizia.  “American Dream, Valentina Bonomo, Roma.” Flash Artonline.it, La prima rivista d’arte in Europa. April 2011 .
Laferriere, Catherine.  “Naked.” Artscope Magazine, v. 6 no. 3, July/August 2011, p. 12.
Manzari, Fabrizio.  “American Dream XXI secolo.” Sguardo Contemporaneo, cura e critica d’arte.  April 2011  .
McQuaid, Cate.  “In the flesh.” The Boston Globe, July 20, 2011.
Oynar, Hande.  “In Focus at Pera Museum: Human Nature.” The Guide Istanbul, May-June 2011, pp. 74-77.
“Philip Rylands presents the exhibition ‘Ileana Sonnabend.  An Italian Portrait.’” Online Posting.  YouTube, 14 June 2011.  Web. .
Swinand, Sue.  “Arts and Ideas #9, Rona Pondick Sculpture Exhibit” Online Posting.  YouTube, 18 January 2011.  Web.  .
Weiermair, Peter.  “Dietgard Grimmers Zoo.” Froschbärfant und andere Tiere in der Kunst (Salzburg, Austria: Galerie im Traklhaus, 2011), pp.11-12, 27.
2010“Fotos bei Ropac, Zirkuswelten in der Altstadt.” Kronen Zeitung, Salzburg, January 24, 2010, p. 26.
MacAdam, Barbara A. “Self-Portrait as Muskrat, Monkey, and Mouse,” ARTnews, May 2010, pp. 92-97.
Palmer, Carleton. “Metamorphoses: Rona Pondick at NCMA March 13 through May 23,” Long Island Contemporary Arts Examiner, March 6, 2010.
“Vernissage, Galerie Ropac.” Salzburger Nachrichten, January 23, 2010, p. 23.
2009Bergeron, Chris. “Rona Pondick’s sculptures are an amalgam of the ancient and the modern.” The Metrowest Daily News, May 17, 2009, pp. C1, C7.
Bey, Dawoud. “A Couple of Thoughts in/on Passing: Rona Pondick and Roy DeCarava.” What’s Going On?  Dawoud Bey’s Blog, http://whatsgoingon-dawoudbeysblog.blogspot.com, November 2, 2009.
Braat, Manon. “Rona Pondick.” Grotto / Stardust, park De Oude Warande, Fundament Foundation, Tilburg, The Netherlands, June 27-September 27, 2009.
Clark, Shaula. “States of the Art, New England Museums Worth Traveling For.” Summer Guide, Supplement to the Boston Phoenix, June 12, 2009, p. 14.
Gilman, Amy. Toledo Museum of Art Masterworks (Toledo, Ohio: Toledo Museum of Art, 2009), p. 357.
Fifield, George. “Rona Pondick: The Art of Using Technology.” Rona Pondick: The Metamorphosis of an Object (Worcester, Massachusetts: Worcester Art Museum, 2009), pp. 107–112.
Hart, Dakin. “A Museum of Rona Pondick’s Making.” Rona Pondick: The Metamorphosis of an Object (Worcester, Massachusetts: Worcester Art Museum, 2009), pp. 29–41.
Houston, Joe. “Envisioning Origins, An artful look at our formation.” Phi Kappa Phi Forum, Spring 2009, pp. 16-17.
Kaneda, Shirley. “Rona Pondick.” Bombsite, The Artist’s Voice Since 1981, Web Exclusive, www.bombsite.com, Bomb Magazine, New Art Publications, October 8, 2009.
Lloyd, Ann Wilson.  “Rona Pondick, Worcester Art Museum.” Art in America, November 2009, pp. 199-200.
McQuaid, Cate. “This ‘Metamorphosis’ spans centuries.” The Boston Globe, April 26, 2009.
McQuaid, Cate. “Fluent in confluences.” The Boston Globe, September 23, 2009, pp. 2, 4.
Miller, Francine Koslow.  “Rona Pondick, Worcester Art Museum/Howard Yezerski Gallery.” Artforum, December 2009, pp. 238-239.
Plumb, Taryn. “Rona Pondick: The Metamorphosis of an Object.” Artscope Magazine, July/August 2009, pp. 24–25.
Princenthal, Nancy. “Of Two Minds: Pondick’s Hybrid Sculptures in Historical Context.” Rona Pondick: The Metamorphosis of an Object (Worcester, Massachusetts: Worcester Art Museum, 2009), pp. 43–49.
Stoops, Susan L. “Visceral Meaning: How Sculptors See.” Rona Pondick: The Metamorphosis of an Object (Worcester, Massachusetts: Worcester Art Museum, 2009), pp. 11–27.
Wei, Lilly. “Arnhem, The Netherlands, Sonsbeek 2008.” Sculpture, June 2009, pp. 76-77.
“Worcester Art Museum.” Sculpture, September 2009, p. 21.
2008“Au Palais des Beaux-Arts de Lille, Goya, le grand dénonciateur.” La Gazette Nord-Pas de Calais, May 8, 2008, p. 12.
C.S. “Les Beaux-Arts s’offrent un Caprice, Le musée expose pour la première fois dans son intégralitè une série de gravures de Goya.” Métro, April 23, 2008.
“Caprices fabuleux d’hier et d’aujourd’hui.” Lille Magazine, May 2008, p. 39.
Carton, Virginie. “Rona Pondick, enfant de Goya, au palais des Beaux-Arts.” La Voix du Nord, June 12, 2008.
Cotentin, Régis. “Actualités des Caprices.” Goya. Les Caprices & Chapman, Morimura, Pondick, Schutte. Exh. cat. (Paris: Somogy Éditions d’Art; Lille: Palais des Beaux-Arts de Lille, 2008), pp. 35–­51.
Cotentin, Régis. “Rona Pondick: ­The other side of reality.” Rona Pondick, Head in Tree and other works 1999–2008. Exh. cat. (Ljubljana, Slovenia: TR3, 2008), pp. 21–29.
Doudelet, Roland. “Pérennité de la série « Les Caprices » au palais des Beaux-Arts de Lille, A la lumière de Goya.” Le Jeudi, May 8, 2008.
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Flouque, Sophie. “Gravure Éternels « Caprices ».” Le Journal des Arts, May 23 – June 5, 2008.
Gauyat, Pierre. “Côté expo, « Goya, les Caprices » au Palais des Beaux-Arts de Lille, Les pensées illustrées.” Liberté Hebdo, June 13-19, 2008, pp. 22-23.
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Tucker, Marcia, and Marcia Tanner. Bad Girls. Exh. cat. (New York: New Museum of Contemporary Art; Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1994), pp. 88, 123.
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Zaya, Octavio. “I Can Express It Any Way I Want: An Interview with Rona Pondick.” Atlántica Internacional Revista de las Artes (February 1994), pp. 17–23, 124–28.
1993Fujimori, Minami. “From New York.” Bijitsu Techo (August 1993), pp. 126–27.
Hagen, Charles. “In Connecticut: Clothes.” New York Times, July 23, 1993, p. C25.
Hess, Elizabeth. “Indecent Exposure.” Village Voice, January 12, 1993, pp. 83–84.
Hess, Elizabeth. “Basic Instincts.” Village Voice, June 1, 1993, p. 83.
Hirsch, Faye. “Rona Pondick.” Art in America (November 1993), p. 126.
Levin, Kim. “Voice Choices.” Village Voice, May 25, 1993, p. 67.
Knight, Christopher. “Faceless Critics, Harmless Art.” Los Angeles Times, January 24, 1993, pp. 90–91.
Mahoney, Robert. “Rona Pondick.” C Magazine (Fall 1993), p. 77.
Pinchbeck, Daniel. “Openings: Rona Pondick.” Art and Antiques (May 1993), p. 22.
Saltz, Jerry. “Critics Diary, Mayday, Mayday, Mayday.” Art in America (September 1993), pp. 41–45.
Seward, Keith. “Rona Pondick.” Artforum (November 1993), pp. 106–07.
Silver, Joanne. “Startling Works Evoke Buried Memories.” Boston Herald, October 29, 1993, p. S25.
Smith, Roberta. “A Remembrance of Whitney Biennials Past.” New York Times, February 18, 1993, p. 31.
Smith, Roberta. “Examining Culture Through Its Castoffs.” New York Times, November 28, 1994, pp. 39, 44.
Stapen, Nancy. “Translating Experience: Art of Words and Spirit.” Boston Globe, October 21, 1993, p. 73.
Zimmer, William. “Yale Celebrates Its Artists and Its Collectors Since 1950.” New York Times, June 27, 1993, p. C14.
1992Adrenne, Paul. “Rona Pondick at Galerie Thaddeaus Ropac.” art press 172 (September 1992), p. 73.
Aya and Gal. “Something That Only Women Have.” Jerusalem Voice, November 11, 1992, p. 38.
Cameron, Dan. “The Changing Tide.” Art and Auction (January 1992), pp. 50–54.
Cameron, Dan. “Don’t Look Now.” Frieze 3 (January 1992), pp. 4–8.
Coller, Barbara. The Edge of Childhood. Exh. cat. (Huntington, N.Y.: Heckscher Museum, 1992), p. 20.
Curtis, Cathy. “Strange Bedfellows at Cal State Fullerton.” Los Angeles Times, September 21, 1992, pp. F2–F5.
Golan, Yehuda. “Rona Pondick.” Ma’ariv, November 9, 1992, p. 62.
Heinick, Angelika. “Skandal um Rona.” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, June 27, 1992, pp. 33–34.
Hess, Elizabeth. “Dirty Laundry.” Village Voice, May 12, 1992, p. 91.
Hills, Patricia. “The Naked Body, Censorship and the NEA.” Art New England (August/September 1992), pp. 14–16.
Kalin, Tom. “Plastic Fantastic Lover (Object A).” Artforum (January 1992), p. 102.
Kuspit, Donald. “Images of an Innocence That Never Was.” The Edge of Childhood. Exh. cat. (Huntington, N.Y.: Heckscher Museum, 1992), p. 27, pls. 15, 16.
Landau, Suzanne. Pink and Brown. Exh. cat. (Jerusalem: Israel Museum, 1992).
McCracken, David. “Power Play.” Chicago Tribune, February 14, 1992, sec. 7, p. 72.
Mesch, Claudia. “Power Play.” New Art Examiner (September 1992), pp. 33–34.
Myers, Terry R. “Abstraction Gets a Life.” Tema Celeste (Summer 1992), p. 82.
Quinn, Michael. “Rock to Rescue.” Time, June 1, 1992, p. 89.
Schwabsky, Barry. “Shamelessness.” Sculpture (July–August 1992), pp. 44–51.
Seward, Keith. “Psycho.” Artforum (September 1992), pp. 106–07.
Shefi, Smadar. “Men’s Shoes and Pink Lace.” Ha’aretz, November 11, 1992.
Smith, Roberta. “Women Artists Engage the Enemy.” New York Times, August 16, 1992, sec. 2, pp. 1, 23.
Spector, Buzz. “View to a Room.” Bedroom Eyes: Room with a View. Exh. cat. (Fullerton: Fullerton Art Gallery, California State University, 1992), p. 17.
Sperling, Tamira. “Exhibit Challenges Sexual Stereotypes.” Art and Performance, February 14, 1992, p. 5.
Watten, Barrette. “A Condition of Loss: ‘Childhood Revisited’ at Rena Bransten Gallery.” Artweek, January 9, 1992, p. 12.
Watts, Tricia. Bedroom Eyes: Room with a View. Exh. cat. (Fullerton: Fullerton Art Gallery, California State University, 1992), p. 11.
Western, Mirjam. “Verlichting of Vernietiging?” HN Magazine (October 1992).
1991Armstrong, Richard, John Hanhardt, Richard Marshall, and Lisa Phillips. 1991 Biennial Exhibition. Exh. cat. (New York: Whitney Museum of American Art in association with W. W. Norton & Company, 1991), pp. 210–13.
Boschman, Hells. “Baby und Bottles. Frauen im Aufwind.” Die Welt/Hamburg (July 1991).
Brenson, Michael. “Foot and Mouth.” New York Times, May 3, 1991, p. C19.
Cameron, Dan. Just What Is It That Makes Today’s Homes So Different, So Appealing?. Exh. cat. (Glens Falls, N.Y.: Hyde Collection, 1991), p. 15.
D’Amato, Brian. “Rona Pondick.” Flash Art (November/December 1991), p. 134.
Flam, Jack. “Pluralistic and Perky.” Wall Street Journal, May 22, 1991.
Heartney, Eleanor. “The Whitney Biennial.” Art News (Summer 1991), pp. 143–44.
Hess, Elizabeth. “Nasty Girl.” Village Voice, May 7, 1991, p. 85.
Johnson, Ken. “Generational Saga, The Whitney Biennial.” Art in America (June 1991), pp. 44–51.
Leigh, Christian. Dark of Heartness: Rona Pondick’s “Scrap” and Other Symbolisms. Exh. cat. (Glenside, Penn.: Beaver College Art Gallery, 1991).
Leigh, Christian. “The 1991 Whitney Biennial.” Flash Art (Summer 1991), p. 161.
Levin, Kim. “Voice Choices: Foot and Mouth.” Village Voice, May 3, 1991, p. 9.
Levin, Kim. “Voice Choice: Plastic Fantastic Lover (Object A).” Village Voice, November 5, 1991.
Mahoney, Robert. “Vertigo.” Contemporanea (January 1991), p. 104.
Myers, Terry R. “Having a Ball, Wish You Were Here.” LAPIZ International Art Magazine 80 (October 1991), pp. 76–78.
Neff, Eileen. “Rona Pondick.” Artforum (September 1991), p. 133.
Pagel, David. “Guilt, Innocence Entangle in Pondick’s ‘Heads.’” Los Angeles Times, November 21, 1991, p. F3.
Saltz, Jerry. “The Living Dead Life of the Body: The Sculpture of Rona Pondick.” Balcon 7 (Winter 1991), pp. 79–92.
Schor, Mira. “You Can’t Leave Home Without It.” Artforum (October 1991), pp. 114–19.
Smith, Roberta. “Plastic Fantastic Lover (Object A).” New York Times, November 1, 1991, p. C16.
Sovanski, Edward J. “Art That Shocks by Its Treatment of the Mundane.” Philadelphia Inquirer, February 14, 1991, p. 5D.
Tanaka, Hiroko. “Art in New York.” hifashion (August 1991), pp. 162–63.
Yau, John. “‘Rope,’ Colgados de Hitchcock.” Guía del Ocio 80 (June 7, 1991).
Zaya, Octavio. “Revisión y conseno Bienal 91.” Diario 16, May 11, 1991, pp. 4–5.
1990Altshuler, Bruce. “Collector on the Couch.” Art Issues (February 1990), pp. 21–22.
Anderson, Michael. “mamamamama.” Art Issues (September/October 1990), p. 33.
Hayt-Atkins, Elizabeth. “The Anxiety of Influence.” Contemporanea (September 1990), pp. 66–73.
Humphrey, David. “Hair Piece.” Art Issues (February 1990), pp. 17–20.
Kandel, Susan. “L.A. in Review.” Arts Magazine (September 1990), p. 107.
Myers, Terry R. “Pressing Pleasures: The Urgent Sculptures of Rona Pondick.” Arts Magazine (November 1990), pp. 90–95.
Pagel, David. “mamamamama.” Artscribe (September/October 1990), pp. 91–92.
Princenthal, Nancy. “Rona Pondick.” Art in America (January 1990), pp. 157–59.
Wilson, William. “mamamamama.” Los Angeles Times, June 1, 1990, p. F15.
Yau, John. Diverse Representations 1990. Exh. cat. (Morristown, N.J.: Morris Museum, 1990), pp. 9, 36–37.
Zimmer, William. “Sculpture by Novel Means.” New York Times, November 4, 1990, p. 22.
1989Braff, Phyllis. “Ideas and Form on the Edge.” New York Times, May 7, 1989.
Bonetti, David. “ICA Gets Current Again.” Boston Phoenix, March 9, 1989, pp. 7, 19.
Brenson, Michael. “A Show’s Instructive Provocation.” New York Times, March 17, 1989, p. C28.
Fox, Catherine. “Provocative Sculpture Explores Egos.” Atlanta Journal, June 1, 1989, p. C3.
Gookin, Kirby. Bed Milk Shoe. Exh. cat. (New York: fiction/nonfiction, 1989).
Hess, Elizabeth. “Voice Choices: Bed Milk Shoe.” Village Voice, October 24, 1989, p. 50.
Hirsch, David. “X-Rated Summer Tensions.” New York Native, July 17, 1989, pp. 34–35.
Joselit, David. Currents: Rona Pondick. Exh. broch. (Boston: Institute of Contemporary Art, 1989).
Levin, Kim. “Voice Choices: ‘Erotophobia.’” Village Voice, July 18, 1989, p. 52.
Liu, Catherine. “Another Voice: Let’s Get Real.” Village Voice, August 1, 1989, p. 90.
Mahoney, Robert. “Bed Milk Shoe.” Arts Magazine (December 1989), p. 92.
Spector, Buzz. “A Profusion of Substance.” Artforum (October 1989), pp. 120–28.
Stapen, Nancy. “Body and Soul.” Boston Herald, February 10, 1989, pp. S17, S19.
Temin, Christine. “Unpleasant Art Without a Point.” Boston Globe, February 10, 1989, p. 46.
Wagner, Judy Collischan van. Lines of Vision: Drawings by Contemporary Women. Exh. cat. (New York: Hudson Hills Press, 1989), pp. 113, 166.
1988Altshuler, Bruce. “Rona Pondick: Sculpture and Installation.” Beds. Exh. cat. (New York: Sculpture Center, 1988).
Baker, Kenneth. “Impressions of the Future.” Collaborations in Monotype, 1988–89. Exh. cat. (Santa Barbara, Calif.: University Art Museum, 1988), pp. 44–45.
Barasch, Amy. “New This Week.” Seven Days, September 24, 1988, p. 54.
Brenson, Michael. “Rona Pondick.” New York Times, May 20, 1988, p. C28.
Brenson, Michael. “Rona Pondick—Beds.” New York Times, September 9, 1988, p. C20.
Connor, Maureen. “Rona Pondick.” Arts Magazine (May 1988), p. 84.
Gookin, Kirby. “Rona Pondick.” Artforum (December 1988), p. 120.
Hess, Elizabeth. “Ladies’ Room.” Village Voice, May 24, 1988, p. 109.
Hinders, Margaret. “Soiled Sheets.” 108: Review (May/June 1988), pp. 4–5.
Hullenkremer, Marie. “Berge, die ihre Form verandern.” Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger, May 4, 1988, p. 29.
Kramer, Hilton. “Femininity as ‘Masquerade’ Show.” New York Observer, October 3, 1988, pp. 1, 12.
Levin, Kim. “Voice Choices.” Village Voice, October 4, 1988, p. 64.
Myers, Terry R. “Rona Pondick.” Arts Magazine (December 1988), p. 89.
Peckham, Virginia. New Artists/New Drawing. Exh. cat. (New London, Conn.: Lyman Allyn Museum, 1988).
Plous, Phyllis. “Monotype Today.” Collaborations in Monotype, 1988–89. Exh. cat. (Santa Barbara, Calif.: University Art Museum, 1988), pp. 13–17.
Raap, Jurgen. “The Other New York.” Kunstforum (July 1988), pp. 295–97.
Trippi, Laura. Girls Night Out: Femininity as Masquerade. Exh. broch. (New York: New Museum for Contemporary Art, 1988).
1987Brenson, Michael. “Peter Flaccus, Helen Miranda Wilson, and Rona Pondick.” New York Times, July 23, 1987, p. C23.
Cohen, Ronny. “New Abstraction.” Print Collector’s Newsletter 17, no. 1 (1987), pp. 12–14.
1986Brenson, Michael. “Emerging Sculptors: 1986.” New York Times, December 26, 1986, p. C30.
Kingsley, April. “Highly Specific Objects.” Emerging Sculptors: 1986. Exh. cat. (New York: Sculpture Center, 1986), pp. 4, 10, 11.
1985Watkins, Eileen. “Jersey City Museum Explores Modern Mystery.” Sunday Star-Ledger, May 26, 1985, p. E45.
1984Raynor, Vivien. “Exceptional and New.” New York Times, July 13, 1984, p. C30.