* = photograph(s)

catalogues and books

"Contemporary Directions: Glass from the Maxine and William Block Collection". Sarah Nichols & Davira S. Taragin. Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh PA. *

"Teapots Transformed: Exploration of An Object", by Leslie Ferrin. (book) *

"Glass! Glorious Glass!", Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian's American Art Museum. Sept.24, 1999-Jan. 30, 2000. *

"Habatat Galleries Masterworks of Contemporary Glass", April 2 1998. Auction catalogue.*

"Glass: An Artist's Medium" by Lucartha Kohler. Book . Krause Publications, Iola WI. Pp. 124, 170. *

"Glass By American Studio Artists", Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Introduction by Jonathan Fairbanks, Curator of American Decorative Arts & Sculpture. *

"Calido!" Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson AZ. *

"World Glass Now," Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art, Japan. Essay by Helmut Ricke, Selection Committee. Introduction by Mizuta Yoriko, Curator. *

"Transparency Transformed," Duxbury Art Complex and Museum, Duxbury MA. Catalogue/checklist. Essay by Wendy Tarlow Kaplan, Curator.

"Masterworks of Contemporary Glass," New York Experimental Glass Workshop benefit auction, Christie's, New York NY. *

"Material Vision - Image and Object," Eastern Illinois University, Charleston IL. Essay by Matthew Kangas. *

"Contemporary Works of Art," auction, Sotheby's, New York *

"Le Verre," Exposition Internationale de Verre Contemporain, Rouen, France. Essay by Catherine Vaudour. *

"Masterworks of Contemporary Glass," New York Experimental Glass Workshop benefit auction, Christie's, New York NY. *

"Expressions en Verre II," Musee des arts decoratifs, Lausanne, Switzerland. Acquisitions 1987-89. Essays by Rosemarie Lippuner, Curator, and "P.E.", Collector. *

"Contemporary Glass: A Private Collection," by Ben W. Heineman, Sr., Falcon II Press, Chicago IL. * [001.jpg]

"New Glass Review 9," Corning Museum of Glass, Corning NY. *

"Artweek Boston," The Artists Foundation, Boston MA. Introduction by Kyra Montagu. *

"Allusive Illusions," Wheaton College, Norton MA. Essay by Ann H. Murray, Curator. *

"New England Drawing Competition," DeCordova Museum, Lincoln MA. Essay by Frederick P. Walkey, Director.

"Artweek/Boston," The Artists Foundation, Boston MA. *

"New England and Quebec Sculpture Exhibition," White Mountains Art & Music Festival, Waumbeck Village, Jefferson NH. *

"Boston Visual Artists Union Spring Exhibition," Boston MA. Introduction by Harold Tovish, Chairman, Exhibitions Committee.

"Drawings '74," Wheaton College, Norton MA.

Boston Visual Artists Union Spring Exhibition, Boston MA

"Boston Visual Artists Union," Hayden Gallery, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge MA. Foreword by Bruce K. MacDonald, Director. *


"Glass Today by American Studio Artists," produced by Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

"Recent Work 1991," produced by Carol Cohen. 5 min., 45 sec.

"Stacked-Glass Sculpture of Carol Cohen," produced and directed by Loren Miller, LTFA/NeoTron 10 min., 25 sec.

"Carol Cohen," Boston Women's Video Group. 5 min.

magazine and newspaper articles, review and illustrations

Dustin Block, "Museum Proves an Early Masterpiece", Racine Journal Times, May 22, 2003
Pete Wicklund, "RAM Goes Public", Racine Journal Times, May 12, 2003

"VISION: MFA Patron Program", text by Malcolm Rogers, Director, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. *
Marty Carlock, "Newton glass artist is clearly inspired," Boston Globe, April 1, 2000, p. 2West. *

Joshua Meyer, "Artist Profile: Carol Cohen's Glass Houses," Arts Media Magazine, Oct. 15-Nov.15 1999, pp.25-27. *
Christine Temin, "Perspectives," Boston Globe, Feb. 3, 1999, Arts section.*
Joshua Meyer, "The Invasion of Glass," Bay Windows newspaper, Feb. 11, 1999, p. 11-B.

Elisabeth Clark, "Layered Vision," Arts Around Boston Magazine, Summer 1998, pp. 28-29. *

Grace Glueck, "In Glass, Darkly and Kissed by Light," New York Times, August 29, 1997, pp. B1 & B25.
Mark Favermann, "A Touch of Glass," Art New England, Dec. 1997 - Jan. 1998, pp. 18-19. *
Penny Pagano, "Collectors at Play," American Style Magazine, Winter 1997, pp. 38-45. *
William J. Adellman, Jr., "The Excitement of Glass," Newbury Street Guide, Oct. 24 -Nov. 6, 1997, p. 1.
John J. Mullins, "See-Through Art: Modern Glass in Boston," Salt Lake Tribune, Sept. 28, 1997, online.
Christopher Millis, "New Vistas," Boston Phoenix, August 29, 1997, p. 13. *
Christine Temin, "Glass Menagerie," Boston Globe, August 28, 1997, pp. F1-F4.
Cara Glatt, "Beantown has art as well as history," Hyde Park Herald, August 27, 1997, p. 7.
Beverly M. Copeland, "Glass News Headlines," Glass Focus newsletter, April/May 1997

Mal colm Rogers, "Face & Figure: Contemporary Art," Preview Magazine, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Nov. & Dec. 1996, pp. 6-7.
Mark Favermann, "Every Class of Glass," Art New England, Aug./Sept. 1996. *

"New Fall Fellows Will Arrive in September," The Journal, Wheaton Cultural Alliance, v. 18 No. 3, Summer 1995, p. 4. *
Cohen, Carol, To The Editor, G.A.S. News, Spring 1995, pp. 5-6.
"What Are Arts and Crafts," Glass & Art Magazine,No. 12, 1995, pp. 23-32. *
Interview of Carol Cohen, Glass Focus, Vol. 9, Feb./Mar. 1995, pp. 1, 15-17.
Christine Temin, "Holocaust enters art of another generation," Boston Globe, Jan. 25, 1995. *

"Report on the MCGG Boston Trip," Metropolitan Contemporary Glass Group, [October] 1994. pp. 1-12.
Constance Gorfinkle, "A Clear View," Patriot Ledger, May 21, 1994.*
"Gallery: Glass," American Craft Magazine, June/July 199 4. *
Christine Temin, "This summer, the visual arts are marked by a variety of visions," Boston Globe, June 5, 1994.

Colleen Grewing, "American Crafts," Where Washington Magazine, April 1993. *
"Artists' Quarter," George Washington University Magazine, Summer 1993. *

Ulrich Bate, "Glasobjekt: Carol Cohen," Glaswelt, April 1992. *
"Exhibitions," Craft Arts International, Sydney Australia, no. 24, 1992.
Karen Chambers, "New York Letter," Glasswork Magazine, Kyoto Japan, March 1992. *

Eva Buhrfeind, "Glas-Skulpturen," Langenthaler Tagblatt, Sept. 15,1990. *
Christine Temin, "Windows on Chanukah," Boston Globe, Dec. 9, 1990.
Cynthia Stanton, "It's Family Day at the Fuller," Boston Globe, Nov. 11, 1990. *
Paul Hollister, "Glass America 1990," New York Times, Jan. 4, 1990.

Sarah Lindsay, "Carol Cohen," Braniff Magazine, September 1989, pp. 12-15. *
Paul Hollister, review of "Glass America 1989," New York Times, Jan. 5, 1989.

Paul Hollister, "Jon Kuhn and Carol Cohen -- Exploration of Inner Space," Neues Glas Magazine, Oct.-Dec. 1988, pp. 281-287. *

Michael Lamar, "Boston Diary," New Work Magazine, No. 35, Fall 1988. *
"Gallery: Glass," American Craft Magazine, Feb./March 1988. *

Paul Hollister, review of "Glass America 1987," New Work Magazine, Spring 1987. *
Roslyn Siegel, "The Art of Glass Explored at Show," New York Times, Jan. 15, 1987.

Lois Tarlow, "Carol Cohen," Art New England, June 1981. *

"Carol Cohen in One Person Show at Main Library," Newton Villager and Transcript, Oct. 2, 1980. *

Barbara Wise, "Versatile Sculptor Will Paint Your Wagon," Newton Times, Aug. 16, 1978. *
Katherine Nahum, "Crafts as Art Gets in Touch," Newton Times, Oct. 18, 1978. *

"Ten Talents Show," Concord Patriot, Jan. 29, 1976.

Mary Lou Kelley, "Colman Award Recipients," Christian Science Monitor, Aug. 11, 1975.

"Exhibitions," Craft Horizons, December 1974.
Kay Larson, Arts column, The Real Paper, Boston MA, Nov. 6, 1974.
Charles B. Carey, photographer, caption: "Half of the art is the shadow the object throws," Boston Globe, Sept. 17, 1974. *
Carol LeBrun Danikian, "Nine Artists Work Outdoors," Christian Science Monitor, Aug. 27, 1974.
Mike Andersen, photographer, caption: "Not From Outer Space," Boston Herald Advertiser, Aug. 25, 1974. *
"Women's Weekend to Reach Most Students," The Crusader, College of The Holy Cross, Worcester MA, March 12, 1974. *
"Local Women Display Crafts," Newton Graphic, Jan. 3, 1974. *

"Newton Gallery Featuring Art That People Can Feel," Newton Graphic, Dec. 27, 1973.
Robert Taylor, "Current and Choice," Boston Globe, Dec. 25, 1973.

"Daughter Born to Prof. and Mrs.," Washington Star, 1939.

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