about Luke Gray
Francis (Artburger), Waterfront Week, 1996-1997, various.
Carol, Art in America, November, 1998, "Luke Gray
at Snyder", review.
Stefan, The Litchfield County Times, April 16, 1993,
"Warren-Born Artist's Work at Kent Gallery"
Kay, Cover, July 1997, "Organizing Non-Hierarchal
Space: Color Is Key in Luke Gray's Transitional Gestures".
Carol, Art News, April 1997, "Luke Gray at Snyder",
Carol, Time Out, August 1997, "...Unresolved...",
review of exhibition at Archibald Arts.
Stephen, The New York Sun, July 2008, "A Delicious
Paradox", review of "?Abstraction" at Gary
Snyder Project Space.
Ferdinand, The Washington Post, February 3, 2000, "Luke
Gray at Addison/Ripley", review.
Roberta, The New York Times, August 2, 1996, "Across
the Generations, Side by Side", review of "Affinities"
exhibition at Snyder Fine Art.
Carol, The New York Times, March 6, 1998, "The Spirit
of the Square", Inside Art column about "TransMission
1998", Times Square Mural Commission.
Buchholtz, Annegret, Westdeutsche Zeitung, September
12, 1996, "Brushstrokes and the Self-Organization of Chaos",
review of Galerie Ludwig exhibition.
Books by Luke Gray
1995, 662 Driggs Editions, Brooklyn, NY
Space Invaders' Book of Days, 1994, Black Dog Editions,
Observations, 1993, Black Dog Editions, NYC
Culture, 1993, Black Dog Editions, NYC
Picasso, 1992, Black Dog Editions, NYC
books distributed by Printed Matter at DIA, NY
Gray, SpaceCollector Paintings, May 7-June 6, 1998", published
by Luke Gray and Snyder Fine Art, 24 pp. with 8 color
Gray, Deep Skin and Strokeworld Paintings, November 15-December
11, 2010", David Richard Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
1998", a 25 minute video documentary of the TransMission
1998 project, shot by filmmaker Eric McGinty, produced
by Orna Shulman and Gary Snyder, coordinated by Anna Sang Park,