Art Up: Mary Curtis Ratcliff @ Mercury 20 Berkeley Times. June 23, 2022.

Kraemer, Harald. Future Memories, Utopia Dystopia Nature, Exhibition Strategy, Reflection, Documentation; City University, Hong Kong, 2022

Conversation with Harald Kraemer. Singing Waves Gallery, City University, Hong Kong. March 20, 2021.

Bay Area Women Artists’ Legacy Project Introduction by Terri Cohn. Berkeley: 2020. Featured pp. 38–39.

Sachs, Kathleen. Mary Curtis Ratcliff of Videofreex. Cinefile, July 2019.

Bell, Camryn. Mercury 20 Gallery’s ‘Self-Portraits in the Age of Selfies’ expands the scope of self-portraiture. The Daily Californian, January 27, 2019.

Keogh, Tom. TVTV: Video Revolutionaries. Video Librarian, Vol. 34, Issue 1, 2019.

Fateman, Johanna. Everything is Connected: Art and Conspiracy, The New Yorker, Nov. 14-20, 2018.

Chris Robe, Breaking the Spell, A History of Anarchist Filmmakers, Videotape Guerrillas, and Digital Ninjas, pps. 84, 85, 95, 119

R. Todd Kerr, A glimpse of now: HERE (Part 1) at Berkeley Art Center, Berkeley Times, December 28th, 2017, p. 6

R. Todd Kerr, “Hippie Modernism,” Berkeley Times, April 13, 2017, front page

“Les 5 expos à ne pas rater cette semaine,” Les Inrocks, January 7th, 2017

“Class Notes.” R.I.S.D. X Y Z, Winter 2017, p. 65

R. Todd Kerr, Film Preview; “Here Come the Videofreex,” Berkeley Times, October 20, 2016

“Class Notes”, R.I.S.D. X Y Z, Fall/Winter 2015/2016, page 72

“Class Notes”, R.I.S.D. X Y Z, Spring/Summer 2016, page 64

Hillinger, Edith, “ Bay Area Women Artists Legacy Project: A work in progress,” p. 184, Who’s Afraid of Feminism?, Women’s Caucus for Art, 2015.

Sickler, Erin, “ Videofreex: The Art of Guerrilla Television,” Art in America, Reviews, September 18th, 2015.

Sickler, Erin, “Mary Curtis Ratcliff & Parry Teasdale of Videofreex,” The Brooklyn Rail, September 8th 2015.

Steinheimer, Emma, “Abstraction, Shadow and Reflection”, Berkeley times, May 7, 2015

“Class Notes”, R.I.S.D. X Y Z, Spring/Summer 2014, page 67

Love, Barbara J., Feminists Who Changed the World, 1963-1975. Mary Curtis Ratcliff p. 374-375

Ingall, Andrew. Videofreex: The Art of Guerrilla Television. New Paltz: Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, 2015

Women’s Studies, Vol. 32, Gentle Giant, Cover Illustration, December 2013

Garrison, Rebecca, “Mary Curtis Ratcliff “, pages 19 – 24, Sixteen Sixteen Magazine No. 21, November 2013

Kluth, Mary Ann, “Jo Ann Biagini: “Nature in Translation” Mary Curtis Ratcliff: “Charismatic Fauna” at Mercury 20 Gallery”, art ltd. magazine, July 2013

Issuu risd xyz (pp.69) by Rhode Island School of Design, Spring/Summer 2013

Journal of Film and Video, Volume 64, Nos. 1-2, Spring/Summer 2012

Cheng, DeWitt, “A Timeless Miscellany” East Bay Express , January 2012

Cheng, DeWitt, “Three Reality-Based Shows at Mercury 20 Gallery”East Bay Express, August 17th, 2011

Bamberger, “The Atrium” Schacterman and Ratcliff, ArtBusiness , April 11, 2011

Cheng, DeWitt, “Picks”, Arastu, To, Frizzell, and Ratcliff, East Bay Express, March 23-29, 2011

Saraczynska, Agata, “Videofreex-legenda alternatywnego TV”, Gazeta n wro, March 5, 2011.

Kerr, Todd, “Berkeley Art Center Artists Member Showcase”, Berkeley Times, January, 2011

Cheng, DeWitt, “Picks”, McLennan/Ratcliff, East Bay Express, August 18, 2010

Cheng, DeWitt, Genius Loci, East Bay Express, March 17, 2010

Ringer, Isabelle, Art Review: First Friday – Artwalk, Piedmont Post, July 8, 2009, p. 17

Cheng, DeWitt, Chosen Terrain, East Bay Express, September 17, 2008.

Ringer, Isabelle, Art Review: First Friday Art Walk, Piedmont Post, September 10, 2008 p. 19.

Farmer, Don, Artists in residence, Wairarapa Times Age, New Zealand, February 26, 2008 p. 5.

Inquiring Mind, Fall 2005 (vol. 22: no. 1): five artworks illustrated.

Smith, Patricia Beach, “‘Sweet Tooth’ lets artists play with their food.” Sacramento Bee, Feb. 23, 2003.

Groupe Mémoires. Paris: Tiempo Editions, 2001.

Avril, Jean-Louis, “Le Groupe Mémoires: Retenir le passé… au présent qui déjà fuit.” Univers des Arts, March 2001, pp. 41–43.

“Le Groupe Mémoires à la Galerie Dukan.” Beaux Arts Magazine, March 2001, p. 123.

Kahori, Sakane, “Wtc(World Trade Center) Exhibit Showcases for Int’l Artistic Talent.” The Daily Yomiuri, June 28, 2000.

Kogi, Nami, “Exhibition titled ‘Shimabara’.” Shimabara News, June 15, 2000
(in Japanese).

Gafni, Matthias, “Take a trip to Ratcliff’s ‘Memory Park’.” Vallejo Times-Herald, May 5, 2000, C-1,2.

Abby Cohn, “Gallery Offers Glowing Display.” San Francisco Chronicle, March 3, 2000.

Cohn, Abby, “Vallejo’s Living on Easel Street.” San Francisco Chronicle, Nov. 15, 1999

Thym, Jolene, “What Is Art? What Are You?” Oakland Tribune, March 7, 1999, L-1,4

Ponemone, Scott, “Colonies aid artists’ creative flow,” The Sun (Baltimore), Feb. 24, 1998, 2A

“Class Notes,” Risd(Rhode Island School of Design) Views, Providence, R.I.: Fall 1997, 32

Roche, Harry, “Bay Area: Addison St. Windows,” San Francisco Bay Guardian, June 1997

Boyle, Deirdre, Subject to Change-Guerilla Television Revisited, New York: Oxford Press, 1996

“re: Mixed Messages,” (artist statement), Art Beat, Northern California Women’s Caucus for Art newsletter, December 1996-January 1997.

Cantor, Rusty, “The Artist Speaks” (interview), Art Beat, No. California Women’s Caucus for Art newsletter, April-May 1996.

Novelli, Lynn, “Gallery-Artist Contracts That Work,” Sculpture Magazine, April 1996.

In Three Dimensions: Women Sculptors of the ’90s, catalog, NY: Snug Harbor Cultural Center, 1995.

Emmering, Adrienne, “On the Wall, Standing Tall,” Solano Community College Tempest, Oct. 26, 1994

Webster, Mary Hull, “Manipulated Desires,” Artweek, July 21, 1994

Cohn, Terri, Mirror, Mirror: Gender Roles and the Historical Significance of Beauty, catalog, California College of Arts & Crafts: 1994

Thym, Jolene, “Art Comes Home Again,” Oakland Tribune, May 31, 1994

“Alumni Focus: Sculptor Mary Curtis Ratcliff, ’67,” Rhode Island School of Design San Francisco Alumni Club Newsletter, March 1994

Passantino, Angelica, “The Sculptures of Mary Curtis Ratcliff,” The Pacifican (Stockton, CA), Nov. 4, 1993

Pro Arts Annual Juried Exhibition, catalog with essay by Jacquelyn Baas, Oakland, CA: 1990.

Lauter, Estella, “Women as Mythmakers Revisited,” paper delivered at national conference of Women’s Caucus for Art, San Francisco, Feb. 1989

Kotowski, Jane V., “Wind Sculptures on Exhibit,” Piedmonter-Piedmont Oakland Bulletin, Sept. 26, 1984

Keilson, Evelyn, “Wall Sculpture,” Center for the Visual Arts, catalog, Oakland, CA: 1983

Four Drawings, The Rural Arts Newsletter, Mendocino, CA, August, 1983

Hairston, Barbara, “Wind Sculpture,” Cloverdale Reveille, Cloverdale, CA, July 28, 1982

Keilson, Evelyn, Center for the Visual Arts, catalog, Oakland, CA: 1982

Lederer, Carrie, The Exchange Show, catalog, San Francisco/Berlin: September 1981

Women’s Caucus of Art, The Western Edge, catalog, San Francisco: February, 1981

Heymann, Ann W., “The Contemporary Collection of Austin Conkey, M.D.,” Artcraft Magazine (San Francisco), April-May 1980

Photograph of sculpture “Amelia,” Woman Spirit, Wolf Creek, Oregon: June 1980

Jenkins, Andy, Shidoni Gallery catalog, Tesuque, New Mexico: April 1979

Boyd, Margy, Artists’ Soap Box Derby, official magazine, San Francisco: May, 1978

Holmes, Emory, “Sculptor uses Hoops and Ribbons,” Cloverdale Reveille, October 11, 1978

Hall, Rosanna, “Festival opening called success,” The New Mexican, Santa Fe: October 8, 1978

Wolverton, Terry, “Art of Transformation,” Chrysalis, Los Angeles: March 1978

Kling, Alice, Flags, Banners and Kites Engagement Calendar, Seattle: 1977

Zimmerman, Jan, Signed by a Woman, video tape, San Anselmo, CA: 1976

Boyd, Margy, The First Artists’ Soap Box Derby, official magazine, San Francisco: May, 1975

Frankenstein, Alfred, “Bringing the Whitney Home,” San Francisco Chronicle, June 26, 1975

Frankenstein, Alfred, San Francisco Chronicle, November 8, 1975

Photograph of sculpture “Feather Hoop,” Woman Spirit, Wolf Creek, Oregon: September 1974

Gigliotti, Davidson, Videofreex: 525 Tapes, exhibition poster, New York: January, 1973

Teasdale, Parry, “Video Wedding at the Freex,” Radical Software, New York: September 1972

Levin, E. Roy, Documentary Exploration, New York: Doubleday, 1971

Connor, Russell, Vision and Television, catalog, Waltham, Mass., January 12, 1970

Web links for previous bodies of work:
Mary Curtis Ratcliff at the Varo Registry

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