JACKIE FERRARA

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2007
Tufts University, Medford, MA
New Wall Drawings and Furniture, Frederieke Taylor Gallery, New York, NY

2003
Recent Work. Frederieke Taylor Gallery, New York, NY

2002
Sculptures & Drawings. Frederieke Taylor, New York, NY

2000
Jackie Ferrara: Small Sculptures and Models for Public Spaces 1973-2000. Frederieke Taylor/TZ' Art,New York, NY
Jackie Ferrara Abstract Structures: Timeless Form. Atrium Gallery, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

1998
Red Arches. Frederieke Taylor/TZ' Art, New York, NY
In Focus: Jackie Ferrara. Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL

1996
Corridor Watch. Michael Klein Gallery, New York, NY

1994
Wallworks & Tableworks. Michael Klein Inc., New York, NY

1993
Jackie Ferrara: Traversing Space. Freedman Gallery, Albright College, Reading, PA
Hudson River Passage. Hudson River Museum of Westchester, Yonkers, NY

1992
Jackie Ferrara Sculpture: A Retrospective. John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, FL. Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA. Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN

1991
Michael Klein Inc., New York, NY

1990
Genovese Gallery, Boston, MA

1987
Jackie Ferrara: Benches, Thrones and a Table. Moore College of Art, Philadelphia, PA
San Antonio Art Institute, San Antonio, TX
R. B. Kornblatt Gallery, Washington, DC

1984
Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY
Susan Montezinos Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

1983
Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Janus Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Anders Tornberg Galleriet, Lund, Sweden

1982
Lowe Art Museum, Coral Gables, FL
Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY

1981
Marianne Deson Gallery, Chicago, IL
Laumeier Sculpture Park Gallery, St. Louis, MO
Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY

1980
Okun-Thomas Gallery, St. Louis, MO
San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA
University of Massachusetts at Amherst
University of Southern California at Los Angeles

1979
Glen Hanson Gallery, Minneapolis, MN
Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY
University of Rhode Island at Kingston

1978
Minneapolis College of Art and Design, MN
Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY

1977
Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY
Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

1976
Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY

1975
Daniel Weinberg Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY
Max Protetch Gallery, Washington, DC

1974
A. M. Sachs Gallery, New York, NY

1973
A. M. Sachs Gallery, New York, NY

PROJECTS, INSTALLATIONS, AND COMMISSIONS

2013
Marking Crossways. Memorial Art Gallery. Rochester, NY. Plaza, driveway, walkways. 1.6 acres. Scarf based on Marking Crossways. Hand woven by Jan Hewitt Towsley.

2010
Stairwell Project, Museum of Arts and Design, NY. Wall drawings in 2 staircases.

2007
Wall of Towers. University of Houston, TX. Stained maple plywood. 9'2" x 36'6".

2006
Fountain. University of Houston. Granite, water, blue light..4'3" x 60' x 16'6".
Benches. University of Houston. 2 granite benches. Each 1'9" x 30' x 2'6".

2005
Beacon Tower Model. 24" x 13" x 13”
Laumeier Benches. Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis, MO. 8 cedar benches. 19" x 71" x 17" each.

2004
Arlington Gateway. Arlington, VA. Slate, granite, brick, concrete, steel, water, planting. 40,000 sf. 
Collaboration with landscape architect M. Paul Friedberg.

2003
18 Niches. CityPlace courtyard and CN plaza wall. Toronto, ON. Brick, concrete, tree. 24,000 sf.

2002
Baruch Benches. Baruch College, New York, NY. 4 mahogany benches.

2001
Canal Demonstration Project. Phoenix, AZ. Local sandstone, water, planting. 1.5 miles of Arizona Canal.
Collaboration with landscape architect M. Paul Friedberg.
Flushing Bay Promenade. Flushing Meadow Corona Park, Queens, NY. Granite, brick, planting. 19,440 sf.

2000
Stepped Tower. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN. Granite. 60' high.
Copper Tower. University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT. Copper and concrete. 43' high.
Grand Central: Arches, Towers, Pyramids. MTA Arts for Transit, New York, NY. Subway station. Mosaic
banding at 5 locations. 1474 sf.

1999
Amphitheater. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA. Granite, concrete, grass. 106' long.
Seat Wall and Half Moon Terrace. Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Granite, concrete, planting. 1.5 acres. 
Collaboration with landscape architect Laurie Olin.

1998
Lap Pool and Bath House. Private family, Coconut Grove, FL. Marble clad pool and rooms, coral pond and
planting. 10,000 sf. Collaboration with architect William Bialosky.

1992-1996
Paths. Greater Pittsburgh International Airport, Pittsburgh, PA. Ceramic tile floors. 65,000 sf.

1995
Floor. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA. Tang Center. Slate, greenstone. 4152 sf.

1994
Covered Walkway. Lehman College, Bronx, NY. Concrete block. 107' long. Kiosk. Diamond plate.

1993
Lenox Park. Silver Springs, MD. Paving, pool, trees. 1/3 acre. Collaboration with M. Paul Friedberg.
Hudson River Passage. Hudson River Museum of Westchester, Yonkers, NY. Cedar.

1991
Terrace. Stuart Collection, University of California at San Diego. Slate, concrete, gravel, trees. 16,200 sf.
Hamm Plaza. St. Paul, MN. Granite, pool, trees. 12,100 sf. Collaboration with architect William Pedersen.

1990
Newcastle Rooms. Newcastle, England. First Tyne International Exhibition of Contemporary Art, 
National Garden Festival. Tiled bath and toilet rooms for exhibition model home.

1989
Meeting Place. Washington Trade and Convention Center, Seattle, WA. Concrete, slate, steel. 3082 sf.
Garden Courtyard. Fulton County Government Center, Atlanta, GA. Granite, slate, water, grass, trees.
10,000 sf. Collaboration with M. Paul Friedberg.
Merrimack Riverfront Park, Lawrence, MA. Proposal to convert abandoned swimming pool and bathhouse
into amphitheater and colonnade. 1 acre.

1988
Stone Court. General Mills Sculpture Garden, Minneapolis, MN. Limestone. 65' long.
Belvedere. Walker Art Center Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, Minneapolis, MN. Cedar.

1987
Beach Park. Art on the Beach. Hunters Point, NY. Park design for temporary projects sponsored by
Creative Time. 6 acres. Collaboration with architects Tod Williams and Billie Tsien.
Bench. Moore College of Art, Philadelphia, PA. Poplar.

1987
Bench House. High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA. Cedar.
Sawyer Point, Cincinnati, OH. Proposal for stairway, tower, and viewing bridge. Collaboration with
M. Paul Friedberg.

1986
Love Seat. City Hall Park Furniture Show. Public Art Fund. City Hall Park, New York, NY. Cedar.
Rado Couch. Sculpture/Aspen. Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO. Cedar.

1985
Wing Stepper. Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL. Cedar
Davenport, IA. Proposal for plaza. Collaboration with architect Peter Eisenman and historian Jeffrey Kipnis.

1984
Breaktower. Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, OH. Cedar.
Norwalk Platform. Memorial Lake Park, Norwalk, OH. Treated fir.

1981
Laumeier Project. Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis, MO. Cedar.

1980
Carbondale Project. Federal Building, Carbondale, IL. General Services Administration. Cedar.
Wave Hill Project. Wave Hill 1980: Temporal Structures. Riverdale, NY. Fir.

1979
Tower and Bridge for Castle Clinton. Castle Clinton: Interpretations '79. Battery Park, New York, NY.Cedar.

1978
Dayton Arch. Alternative Spaces Residency Program. City Beautiful Council. Dayton, OH. Pine.
Minneapolis Project. Minneapolis College of Art And Design, Minneapolis, MN. Cedar.

1973
Stacked Pyramid. Storm King Art Center, Mountainville, NY. Treated fir. Since 1982 at Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY.

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2013
Against the Grain, The Museum of Arts and Design, New York

2012
Andrea Blum Social Studies. La Conserver, Murcia, Spain
Scott Burton by Oscar Tuazon. Fondazione Giuliani, Rome, Italy
Collection of Piet and Ida Sanders. Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, Netherlands

2011
Opening Exhibition. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, AR. The Language of Less. Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL.

2009
Compass in Hand, Judith Rothschild Foundation Contemporary Drawings Collection, MoMA, NY.

2003
Life Death Love Hate Pleasure Pain. Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
Tenth Anniversary Exhibition. Frederieke Taylor Gallery, New York, NY

2002
Public Art Now. Dayton Visual Arts Center at Kettering Tower, Dayton, OH
Dayton's Alternative Spaces Residency Program 1977-1983. Wright State University, Dayton, OH

2001
Modern Art from the Mary and Jim Patton Collection. Ackland Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
Shadow Dancing. D'Amelio Terras. New York, NY

2000
Eccentric Forms And Structures. Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, WA
Working Ideas: Models and Drawings. Connecticut Commission on the Arts, Hartford, CT

1997
Accrochage. Thomas Erben Gallery, New York, NY
Functional Art. Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, WI
Group Show. Franconia Sculpture Park, Shafer, MN
Group Show. Hill Gallery, Birmingham, M
Group Show. Socrates Park, New York, NY
The Private Eye in Public Art. NationsBank Plaza, Charlotte, NC
Women Artists of the 1970s. Jan Abrams Fine Arts, New York, NY

1996
More Than Minimal: Feminism and Abstraction in the 70s. Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University,Waltham, MA
She Said. Genovese Gallery, Boston, MA

1995
Degrees of Abstraction: From Louis to Mapplethorpe. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
Floored: Selections from the Lannan Foundation. Lannan Foundation, Los Angeles, CA
In Three Dimensions: Women Sculptors of the 90s. Women's Caucus for Art and the Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, Snug Harbor, Staten Island, NY
Karo-Dame: Konstruktive, Konkrete und Radikale Kunst von Frauen von 1914 bis Heute. Aargauer
Kunsthaus, Aarau, Switzerland
Options 2: Selections from the Modern and Contemporary Permanent Collection. Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO
Sculpture from the Collection. Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

1994
Turning Silver into Gold. Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH
Wood Works. Michael Klein Gallery, New York, NY

1993
City, Room, Garden. College of Architecture, University of Houston, Houston, TX. Traveled to Texas A & M University, College Station, TX; University of Texas, Arlington, TX; California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, CA
Contemporary Public Art. Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx, NY
Floor Show. Anders Tornberg Gallery, Lund, Sweden
Kurswechsel. Michael Klein Inc. at Transart Exhibitions, Koln, Germany
PREFAB: Reconsidering the Legacy of the Sixties. Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA

1992
Benchmrks. Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, NY
Contemporary Sculpture in Wood. Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY
Five Artists at the Airport: Insights into Public Art. Wood Street Galleries, Pittsburgh, PA
Instructions & Diagrams. Victoria Miro Gallery, London, England
In the Public Place. Franklin Parrasch Gallery, New York, NY
Winter's Edge. Okun Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

1991
Art at Gateway Center: Second Annual Sculpture Exhibit. Gateway Center, Prudential Property Company, Newark, NJ
From the Train. Michael Klein Inc., New York, NY
Geometric Abstraction. Neuberger Museum, Purchase, NY
Group Show. Genovese Gallery, Boston, MA
Height x Length x Width: Contemporary Sculpture from the Weatherspoon Collection. Weatherspoon Art Gallery.
University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC
Ten Sites: Works, Artists, Years. Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis, MO
Works in Progress. Michael Klein Inc., New York, NY

1990
A New Necessity. First Tyne International Exhibition of Contemporary Art, Gateshead, England
Serial Drawings. Genovese Gallery, Boston, MA

1989
Art in the Public Eye: Selected Developments. Security Pacific Gallery, South Coast Metro Center, Los Angeles, CA
Artist's Furniture. Harcus Gallery, Boston, MA
Benefit for the Wooster Group. Brooke Alexander Gallery, New York, NY
Human Concern/Personal Torment: The Grotesque in American Art. Phyllis Kind Gallery, New York, NY and Chicago, IL
Lines of Vision: Drawings by Contemporary Women. Hillwood Art Gallery, Long Island University,Brookville, NY
Making Their Mark: Women Artists Move into the Mainstream, 1970-1985. Cincinnati Art Museum, 
Cincinnati, OH; New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA; Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO;
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA
Minimalism and After. Judy Youens Gallery, Houston, TX
1989 Summer Group Exhibition. Genovese Gallery, Boston, MA
Selected Artists from the First 20 Years, Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY

1988
In the Making, Drawings by Sculptors. Sculpture Center, New York, NY

1987
Group Show – Gallery Artists. Protetch Gallery, New York, NY
Sculpture of the Eighties. Queens Museum, Flushing, NY

1986
American Art: American Women. Stamford Museum and Nature Center, Stamford, CT
City Hall Park Furniture Show. Public Art Fund, New York, NY
Group Show. Nohra Haime Gallery, New York, NY
New Sculpture. Michael Klein Inc., New York, NY
Sculpture/Aspen. Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO

1985
Artists & Architects: Challenges in Collaboration. Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH
The Drawing Center Show. Elaine Benson Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY
Geometric Abstractions: Selections from a Decade, 1975-1985. Bronx Museum of Art, Bronx, NY
Group Show. Camino Real, Boca Raton, FL
Group Show. Janus Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
The Hokin Collection. Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
In Three Dimensions:: Recent Sculpture by Women. Pratt Institute Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
A Rational Imperative. Sculpture Center, New York, NY
Rethinking the Avant Garde. Katonah Gallery, Katonah, NY
Sculpture: A Language of Scale. Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT
Sculpture by Women in the 80s. UP Gallery, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
Tenth Year Anniversary Exhibit. University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Amherst, MA
Women Artists at the Palladium. Palladium, New York, NY
Wood, Water and Stone. Mendik Company, New York, NY

1984
American Sculpture. Margo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
American Women Artists. Sydney Janis Gallery, New York, NY
Art on Paper 1984. Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC
Contemporary Drawing as Idea: Concepts, Records, Projects. Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY
Drawings by Sculptors" Two Decades of Non-Objective Art in the Seagram Collection. Seagram Building,
New York, NY and tour
50 Artists/50 States. Fuller Goldeen Gallery, San Francisco, CA
From the Collection of Sol Lewitt. Independent Curators, Inc., New York, NY; University Art Museum,
California State University, Long Beach, CA and tour
Landmarks. Bard College Center, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
Private Art as Public Monument: World's Fairs, Waterfronts, Parks and Plazas. Rhona Hoffman Gallery,
Chicago, IL
Sculptural Ideas. Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA
The Ways of Wood. Sculpture Center, New York, NY

1983
Beyond the Monument. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA
Concepts in Construction: 1910-1980. Independent Curators, Inc., New York, NY and tour
Connections. Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA
Habitats. The Clocktower, New York, NY
The House that Art Built. California State University, Fullerton, CA
Objects, Structures, Artifice. Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA
Recent Acquisitions. Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY

1982
Objects into Structures. University of South Florida, Tampa, FL
Postminimalism. Aldrice Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT
Sculpture Mile. Art Fair, Navy Pier, Chicago, IL
Works in Wood. Margo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

1981
Architecture by Artists. Rosa Esman Gallery, New York, NY
Collection of Sol Lewitt. Wesleyan Univerity, Middletown, CT
Currents: Trends for the 80s. Jacksonville Art Museum, Jacksonville, FL
Drawing Acquisitions 1978-81. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY

1981
General Mills Art Collection. Loch Haven Art Center, Orlando, FL
Group Show. Okun-Thomas Gallery, St. Louis, MO
A Range of Contemporary Drawing. Wilkes College, Wilkes Barre, PA
Sculpture Invitational. Zabriskie Gallery, New York, NY
30 Years of Public Sculpture in Illinois. Lakeview Museum of Arts and Sciences, Peoria, IL

1980
Architectural Sculpture. Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA
Across the Nation: Fine Art for Federal Buildings, 1972-1979. National Collection of Fine Arts,Washington, DC
Drawings/Structures. Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA
Drawings: The Pluralistic Decade. Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy and Institute of Contemporary Art,Philadelphia, PA
International Sculpture Conference. Washington, DC
Intricate Structure/Repeated Image. Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA
Invitational. Brown University, Providence, RI
Painting & Sculpture Today 1980. Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN
Perceiving Modern Sculpture. Grey Art Gallery, New York University, New York, NY
Sculpture at the Coliseum. New York Coliseum. Organized by Institute for Art and Urban Resources, 
New York, NY
Wave Hill 1980: Temporal Structures. Wave Hill, Riverdale, NY
Woodworks I: New American Sculpture. Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, OH
Works on Paper. Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY

1979
Art and Architecture: Space and Structure. Protetch-McIntosh Gallery, Washington, DC
Biennial Exhibition. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
Castle Clinton: Interpretations '79. Battery Park, New York, NY
Drawings about Drawing. Ackland Memorial Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
Drawings by Sculptors. Touchstone Gallery, New York, NY
The Minimal Tradition. Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT
Models for Large Scale Sculpture. Feigenson Rosenstein Gallery, Detroit, MI
Small is Beautiful. Freedman Gallery, Albright College, Reading, PA
Spring Loan Exhibition. Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC

1978
Architectural Analogues. Whitney Museum of American Art, Downtown Branch, New York, NY
Inaugural Exhibition. Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY
Indoor-Outdoor, P.S. 1. Institute for Art and Urban Resources, Long Island City, NY

1977
Drawings for Outdoor Sculpture 1946-77. John Weber Gallery, New York, NY
Ferrara, Lichtenstein, Nevelson, Ryman. Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY
The Material Dominant. Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Philadelphia, PA
Small Objects. Whitney Museum of American Art, Downtown Branch, New York, NY
Works and Projects of the Seventies. P.S. !, Institute for Art and Urban Resources, Long Island City, NY

1976
Art on Paper. Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC
Four Artists. Williams College, Williamstown, MA
New York-Downtown Manhattant: Soho. Berlin Festival, Akademie der Kunst, Berlin, Germany.

1975
Group Show. Max Protetch Gallery, New York, NY
Group Show. A. M. Sachs Gallery, New York, NY
Works on Paper. Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY

1974
Gallery Artists. A. M. Sachs Gallery, New York, NY
Painting & Sculpture Today 1974. Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN and
Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati, OH
Seven Sculptors. Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA

1973
Art in Evolution. Xerox Corporation, Rochester, NY
Biennial Exhibition. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
Contemporary Reflections. Aldrrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT
Group Show. City University Mall, New York NY
Jackie Ferrara and Louise Kramer. University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI
New Talent Festival. A. M. Sachs Gallery, New York, NY
Soft As Art. New York Cultural Center, New York, NY

1972
GEDOK American Women Artist Show. Kunsthaus, Hamburg, Germany

1971
American Artists. Glauber-Poons Gallery, Amsterdam, Holland
Group Show. Museum of Contemporary Crafts, New York, NY
Spring Invitational. O. K. Harris Gallery, New York, NY
Summer Exhibit. Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY

1970
Sculpture Annual. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

2001
Wallace, Lori. Jackie Ferrara. Sculpture, October. pp 18-19
Heartney, Eleanor. Jackie Ferrara at Frederieke Taylor/TZ' Art. Art in America, November
Sheets, Hilarie M. Jackie Ferrara. Art News, Summer. p 208
Smith, Roberta. Jackie Ferrara. New York Times, April 21

1999
Iovine, Julie. The Pool Wanted Palms, So it Moved to Florida. House & Home, New York Times, August
Muchnic, Suzanne. Art. Los Angeles Times, July 17,. pp F1, F24

1998
Giovannini, Joseph. Shuttle Sculpture and More. Currents, New York Times, November 12
Glueck, Grace. Jackie Ferrara "Red Arches". Art in Review, New York Times, November 27

1997
Page, Judith. Jackie Ferrara. Sculpture, January. pp 64-65.

1992
Mannheimer, Steve. Jackie Ferrara's Sculptures Show Evolution over 20 Years. Indianapolis Star, July. pp 1-10.
Temin, Christine. Art Review, Works in Wood: A Step toward Order. Boston Globe, December 4, p 40
Yood, James. Jackie Ferrara. Artforum, November p 111
Friis-Hansen, Dana. S. D. Magazine, November. pp 22-23
Morgan, Anne Barclay. Jackie Ferrara. Sculpture, July-August. p 65

1991
Johnson, Ken. Jackie Ferrara at Michael Klein. Art in America, October. pp 144-145
Berman, Avis. Public Sculpture's New Look. Art News, September. pp 102-109
Myers, Terry R. New York in Review. Arts Magazine, September. p 74
1990Sutro, Dirk. NY Artist Helps Wed UCSD Lab to Setting. Los Angeles Times, April 5
Silver, Joanne. Sculptor in a World of Her Own. Boston Herald, March 23
McQuaid, Cate. Playing with Blocks. South End News, Boston, March 29,. p 13
Millet, Larry. New Plans Should Be a Tremendous Visual Asset. St. Paul Pioneer Press, October 28. p 2D.

1989
Tarlowe, Lois. Jackie Ferrara. Art New England, July/August. pp 10-11.

1987
Lewis, Jo-Anne. Jackie Ferrara at Kornblatt. Washington Post, December 5

1986
Fox, Catherine. A Marriage of Art and Industry. Atlanta Journal, November 7,. p 2C.

1985
Kelm, Bonnie G. Corporate Patronage: Columbus in Search of Itself. Dialogue, September/October. pp 21-22.

1983
Heartney, Eleanor. Jackie Ferrara. Arts Magazine, March. p 9
Cohen, Ronny. Reviews. Artforum, April. pp 72-72
Ferrara, Jackie. Public Art is ….. Public Art Review, Winter/Spring. pp 8-9

1982
Patton, Phil. Jackie Ferrara: Sculpture the Mind Can Use. Art News, March. pp 108-112
Storr, Robert. Review of Exhibitions. Art in America, May. p 140

1981
King, Mary. Ferrara's Laumeier Project. St. Louis Post Dispatch, May 31, p. 5E
Nadelman, Cynthia. New York Reviews. Art News, Summer

1980
King, Mary. Ferrara – Elegant Evolution. St. Louis Post Dispatch, April 23, p. 4F.
Radice, Barbara. La Chiamano: Architectural Sculpture. Casa Vogue, Guigno. pp 148-157
Linker, Kate. An Anti-Architectural Analogue. Flash Art, January-February pp 20-25

1979
Linker, Kate. Jackie Ferrara's Il-lusions. Artforum, November. pp 57-61.1979Wallis, Brian. Jackie Ferrara. Arts Magazine, December. p 6
Berlind, Robert. Review of Exhibitions. Art in American, March-April. p 153

1978
Onorato, Ronald. Jackie Ferrara. Arts Magazine, December. p 16
Baker, Amy. Profile: Jackie Ferrara. Mode International, November. pp 65-67

1977
Perreault, John. How It All Stacks Up. Soho Weekly News, January 13,. p 20

1976
Bourdon, David. Jackie Ferrara: On the Cutting Edge of a New Sensibility. Arts Magazine, January. pp 90-91

1975
DeAk, Edit. Review of Exhibitions. Art in America, March-April. pp 87-88

AWARDS/GRANTS

2001
For Canal Demonstration Project, Phoenix, AZ
Merit Award, American Society of Landscape Architects
Tucker Award of Design Excellence, Stone Institute
Honor Award, Waterfront Center

1990
Institute Honor, American Institute of Architects

1988
Award for Excellence in Design, Art Commission of the City of New York for Flushing Bay Promenade

1987
National Endowment for the Arts, Art and Design Collaboration

1977
National Endowment for the Arts

1976
John Simon Guggenheim Foundation

1975
New York State Council on the Arts, CAPS

1973
National Endowment for the Arts

1971
New York State Council on the Arts, CAPS