“Cautionary Tales of Nature and Culture,” in 2020 Scripps College 76th Ceramic Annual, Claremont: Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, Scripps College, 2020

“Independent Study: Christine Oatman’s Visionary Classroom,” in Stories of Innocence and Experience: Altered Mid-20th Century Children’s Books in Pedagogic Tableaux, La Jolla: Athenaeum Music & Arts Library, 2020


Doris Bittar: Migration Patterns, Los Angeles: El Camino College, Art Gallery 2019

“Real Dragons and the Imagined Fears: Guns and the Art of David Adey,” in David Adey: There Be Dragons, San Diego: Quint Gallery 2019


“Manny Farber” in Collecting On the Edge, ed. Bolton T. Colburn, at the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University

Astrid Preston: Echoing Light, at the R.B. Stevenson Gallery in San Diego


Robert Irwin: Drawings, at the Quint Gallery in San Diego

Art & Heritage: Three San Diego Jewish Artists, Braun, Baranceanu & Sternberg, at the San Diego History Center


Curator: Poetic: Artists in a Visionary Mode, featured Eugenie Geb, Han Nguyen, and DeLoss McGraw, at the William D. Cannon Gallery in Carlsbad

Robin Bright/Tom Driscoll: A Dual Retrospective, at the Oceanside Museum of Art


Astrid Preston: On Reflections, at the Craig Krull Gallery in Santa Monica

Essay on John Jaylo: As the Moon Draws Water, at the Distinction Gallery in Escondido, CA


“Aggregate Nation: The Evolution of American Art in Three San Diego Museums,” in Behold, America! Art of the United States from Three San Diego Museums, ed, Amy Galpin, a collaboration between the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, San Diego Museum of Art, and Timken Museum of Art

William Glen Crooks: The Point of View, at the Oceanside Museum of Art


Mark Di Suvero: Sculpture and Drawings, at the Tasende Gallery in La Jolla

Robert Wilson: Video Portraits, at the Timken Museum of Art in San Diego


Sophie Calle: The Reader, at the Whitechapel Gallery in London

Natural Connections: Joanne Hayakawa and Gail Roberts, at the William D. Cannon Gallery in Carlsbad

Innocence: In Response to the Works of Joseph Cornell, Lewis Carroll and Richard Brautigan, Deloss McGraw, at the ACA Galleries in New York

Johnny Coleman: Song of a Landscape for Nyima, at the William D. Cannon Gallery in Carlsbad


Anne Mudge: Traces, at The Claremont Graduate University, 1997

“Of Angels and Algae: An Essay in Which Deloss McGraw’s Passion for the Pictorial and Poetic Visions of William Blake is Explored,” in As a Poem, So Is a Picture, ed, Debra L. Hopkins, at the Scottsdale Center for the Arts, 1997

“The Making of Manuel Neri: Figures, Fragments, Heads and Drawings,” in Manuel Neri: Early Work, 1953-1978 (Hudson Hills Press), in association with the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., 1997

Liza Lou: Kitchen, (John Natsoulas Press) at the The New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York, 1996

“Quality Material…:” Duchamp Disseminated in the Sixties and Seventies,” in West Coast Duchamp, ed. Bonnie Clearwater (Grassfield Press), 1991

On A Scale That Competes with the World: The Art of Edward Kienholz and Nancy Reddin Kienholz, (University of California Press), 1990


“Phillip Hefferton,” in L.A. Pop in the Sixties, at the Newport Harbor Art Museum, 1989

“Edward & Nancy Reddin Kienholz,” in Australian Biennale 1988 – From the Southern Cross: A View of World Art, c. 1940-1988, for the The Biennale of Sydney and The Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 1988

Astrid Preston: Near Paradise, at the Laguna Art Museum, 1987.

The Sculptural Stage: John Frame and Jim Lawrence, at San Diego State University, 1987

Robert Sanchez, for Centro Cultural de la Raza in San Diego, 1985

Jud Fine, for the Los Angeles Municipal Gallery, 1985

Curator: Cultural Excavations: Recent and Distant, at Japanese-American Cultural Center/Los Angeles Visual Arts Association, 1983