Selected Bibliography


Lauren Weinberg, “WishYouWereHere at ADDS Donna,” TimeOut Chicago, Dec. 14

Bert Stabler, “Review: WishYouWereHere/ADDS Donna,” Newcity Art, Dec. 13

Jo Hormuth, Better Grammar, artist’s book

Kathryn Born, ed., “40 over 40—With My Own Two Hands: Chicago Sculptors,” Chicago Art Magazine, Feb. 28,

Laura Schell, “40 over 40: Women in Mixed Media,” Chicago Art Magazine, April 16,


Suzy Kusseneers, “Solo Project,” exhibition catalog, St. Jakobshalle, Basel, Switzerland


David Humphrey, Alexi Worth, and Chris Klaus, Blind Handshake: David Humphrey, Art Writing + Art 1990–2008 (Periscope Publishing), p. 102 (photo, p. 104)


Alan Artner, “Fun, Form and Color in ‘Bright’ Group Show,” Chicago Tribune, Dec. 14, sec. 7, p. 20 (photo)

Jo Hormuth, Close-Ups and Stick-Ups, artist’s book


Stephen Luecking, Object, Space, and Meaning: Principles of Three-Dimensional Design (Prentice Hall) (text, photo)


David Humphrey, “Gail Fitzgerald and Jo Hormuth,” Art Issues, March/April, p. 36 (photo)

Ken Johnson, “Gail Fitzgerald and Jo Hormuth,” New York Times, Jan. 14, p. B45


Alan Artner, “Strong Physical Impulses Mark Hormuth’s Exhibit,” Chicago Tribune, July 22

Susan Snodgrass, “Report from Chicago,” Art in America, pp. 81–87 (photo, p. 81)

Michael De Luna, Sextablos, exhibition catalog (Luna Books), p. 34 (photo)


Fred Camper, “Not Quite Normal,” Chicago Reader, May 29, pp. 28–29

Jan Estep, “Ducks in a Row” (review), New Art Examiner, Feb., pp. 47–48 (photo)

Marilu Knode, “The Harry Carey Show,” exhibition catalog, Diverse Works, p. 8 (photo, p. 12)

Ann Weins, “Ducks in a Row” (review), New City, Oct. 16

Claire Wolf Kranz, “Reality Bites,” CACA Newsletter, vol. 1, no. 1, Spring


Johanna Drucker, “Thingness and Objecthood,” Sculpture, April, pp. 20–23 (photo)

David McCracken, “Jo Hormuth@Tough,” Hip Pocket, Sept./Oct., p. 8


Alan Artner, “Not Obvious but First-Rate,” Chicago Tribune, Nov. 29, sec. 7, p. 61 (photo)

J. Bower Bell, “Thing,” Review Art, Oct. 15, p. 31

Janet Cavallero, “Frozen Turkey Dinners” (review), New Art Examiner, Jan., pp. 37–38 (photo)


Alan Artner, “Hormuth’s Zoo Teems with Complex Readings,” Chicago Tribune, Nov. 17, p. 70 (photo)

Alan Artner, “Betting on a Winner,” Chicago Tribune, Sept. 8, p. 30

Fred Camper, “Art People: Jo Hormuth’s Funny Farm,” Chicago Reader, Nov. 3, sec. 1, p. 9 (photos)

S. R. Carroll, “Artist’s Project Goes with the Flow,” Chicago Tribune, Nov. 6, sec. 2, p. 3 (photo)

Susan Snodgrass, catalog essay for Clepsydras

Lisa Stein, “1995’s Top 5 Gallery Shows, New City, Dec. 28

Lisa Stein, “Balloon Magic,” New City, Oct. 26, p. 32 (photo)

Hamza Walker, “All That Gravity Will Allow, or Ode to Joy Revisited,” catalog essay for Frozen Turkey Dinners


Susan Snodgrass, Review: “Inflorescence,” Art in America, March, pp. 105–106 (photo)

Deborah Wilk, “Barney's New York Holiday Windows” (review), New Art Examiner, Feb., p. 32


Alan Artner and David McCracken, “The Arts in ’93—10 Best Exhibits,” Chicago Tribune, Dec. 26, Arts sec., p. 7

Alan Artner, Profile: “Artists on View,” Chicago Tribune, Sept. 17, Arts sec., pp. 32, 53 (photos)

Alan Artner, “Art in 3-D,” Chicago Tribune, Feb. 7, Arts sec., p. 15

Michael Bonesteel, “Fun and Games Hit Evanston,” Pioneer Press, Jan. 14 (photo)

Michael Bulka, “Inflorescence” (review), New Art Examiner, Dec., p. 28 (photo)

Garrett Holg, “Sculptors Make Statements with Everyday Objects,” Chicago Sun Times, March 7, p. B13

Diane Lobdell, “Expose Yourself,” F, April, p. 6

Diane Lobdell, “Inflorescence, Dialogue” (review), F, `March (photo)

David McCracken, “Hormuth Dresses Up a Garden of Subterranean Delights,” Chicago Tribune, Oct. 15, Arts sec., p. 70 (photos)

David McCracken, “Hormuth's Oil Spills a Rich Pool,” Chicago Tribune, Feb. 19, Arts sec., p. 15 (photos)

Bonita McLaughlin, “Sense of Site,” Chicago Reader, Jan. 29, p. 30 (photo)

Mitchell Stevens, “Forms to Warm the Heart,” Chicago Reader, Feb. 19, p. 29

James Yood, “Sculptural Assets,” New Art Examiner, May, pp. 30–31 (photo)

Olga Zdanovics, “Living Room” (review), New Art Examiner, Summer, p. 35 (photo)


Alan Artner, “Installations the Thing to Catch the Eye and Ear,” Chicago Tribune, July 24, Arts sec., p. 72 (photo)

Mandy Morrison, “The Harder They Drum,” Chicago Reader, Aug. 14, p. 35 (photos)