Solo Exhibitions

Bascove: The Time We Spend With Words, Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, MA


Art On Link, NYC, Bascove: Bridges of New York City


Bascove: Celestial Symphonies & Bridge Solos, The Atrium Gallery, Morris Arts, Morristown, NJ


The Noble Maritime Collection, Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Staten Island, NY
Bascove/Bridges: Transcending the Metropolis


A Walk in the Park: Celebrating the Bridges of Central Park, The Arsenal Gallery in Central Park, NYC


Bascove: Selected Work, Thomas Paul Fine Arts, Los Angeles, CA


Brooklyn Bridge! Paintings and Works on Paper Uptown Gallery, NYC


Paris, Paris/New York: Ponts/Bridges, Galerie Luc Queyrel, Paris, France


Bascove: Sustenance & Desire: Still Life, Works on Paper, The Silo, CT
Sustenance & Desire: New Works, Uptown Gallery, NYC
Dreamwork: New York Bridges, Paintings and Works on Paper, Uptown Gallery, NYC


Sustenance & Desire: Hommage à Chardin, Scènes de Cuisine, Galerie Luc Queyrel, Paris, France


Monuments of Exaltation: Bascove Celebrates the Bridges of New York City, The Municipal Arts Society, NYC
Monuments of Exaltation: Bascove Celebrates the Bridges of New York City, Uptown Gallery, NYC


There is a Moment: Paintings and Works on Paper, Uptown Gallery, NYC


Above and Below: NYC, Bascove and Han Xi, The Flinn Gallery, Greenwich, CT
Where Books Fall Open: Pastels a l’huile, Galerie Luc Queyrel, Paris


Another Chapter: Books and Bridges, Uptown Gallery, NYC


Women in the City, Galerie Luc Queyrel, Paris


Stone and Steel: Paintings and Drawings of the Bridges of New York City, The National Arts Club, NYC
Stone and Steel: Paintings and Drawings of the Bridges of New York City, The Hudson River Museum
Stone and Steel: Pastels a l’huile, Galerie Luc Queyrel, Paris
Stone and Steel: Paintings and Drawings of the Bridges of New York City, Museum of the City of New York
New Works: Paintings and Works on Paper, Uptown Gallery, NYC
Stone and Steel: Drawings of the Bridges of New York City, New York University, Fales Library


The Personal Equation, Jung Institute, Chicago


New Paintings, Uptown Gallery, NYC


Interior Dialogues, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth


Solace: New Paintings, Uptown Gallery, NYC


New Paintings, Uptown Gallery, NYC
Peintures, Galerie Luc Queyrel, Paris


Peintures, Galerie Luc Queyrel, Paris


New Paintings, Uptown Gallery, NYC


Litterature et Politique, Galerie Luc Queyrel, Paris


Bascove: Paintings, Barron Arts Center, Woodbridge, NJ
New Paintings, Uptown Gallery, NYC
Bascove: Peintures, Galerie Luc Queyrel, Paris


Dentelle: Peintures, Galerie Luc Queyrel, Paris


From Woodblocks to Books, Books & Co., NYC


Selected Group Exhibitions

Her City, Virtual Exhibition, Leake Street Galleries, London
Women Celebrate Women, El Barrio Artspace, NYC
Bascove: Bridge Week, Virtual Exhibition, L’autre collection in Avignon, France
43rdth Annual Juried Art Exhibition, Monmouth Museum, CT,
Texas National 2023, Cole Art Center, Austin, TX
Pattern Recognition, Online Exhibition, Ely Center of Contemporary Art, New Haven, CT
Citylife, Virtual Exhibition, New York Artists Circle, NYC


Small WORKS: This World We Share, Garrison Art Center, Garrison, NY
I Dreamed A Garden, Virtual Exhibition, New York Artists Circle, NYC
What Is A City?, Virtual Exhibition, New York Artists Circle, NYC
Lost + (Re)Found, Carter Burden Gallery, NYC
Image, Pattern, and Texture, City Hall, Jersey City, NJ
Atmospheric Moments: Bascove, Burgess, and Tucker Ketchum, Flinn Gallery, Greenwich, CT


Art Quake: Kinetic Works of Art, Garrison Art Center, Garrison, NY
34th Juried Exhibition, Alexandria Museum of Art, Alexandria, LA
Annual Juried Competition, Masur Museum of Art, Monroe, LA
Our Connection With Nature, Gallery Sitka, Shirley, MA
USPS Art Project, Greenly Art Space, Signal Hill, CA
State of the Art, Studio Montclair Gallery, Montclair, NJ
From the Ground Up, Artists and the Built Environment, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA
Inspired by an Object,
Montclair Art Museum & Studio Montclair, Montclair, NJ
Ellarslie Open 37/38, Trenton City Museum, Trenton, NJ
Women Celebrate Women, El Barrio Artspace, NYC


Viewpoints 2020, Studio Montclair, Montclair, NJ
NYC Signs of the Times, Ceres Gallery
Women Celebrate Women, El Barrio Artspace, NYC
USPS Art Project, InLiquid Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
USPS Art Project, Ely Center Center of Contemporary Art, New Haven, CT
USPS Art Project, Sunset Art Studios, Dallas, TX,
USPS Art Project, Pelham Art Center, NY,
State of the Art 2020, Studio Montclair, Montclair, NJ
Mail Art Project: My View From Home, Vanderbilt University Library, Nashville, TN
Strength in Numbers: The CanLit Community, University of Toronto, Toronto Canada
35th Annual International Exhibition, Meadows Gallery, University of Texas at Tyler, Tyler TX


Visualizing the Word, Cade Art Gallery, Anne Arundel Community College, Arnold, MD
Everyday Objects, 
Studio Montclair Gallery, Montclair, NJ
Paper West:National Works on Paper,
  Gittins Gallery, University of Utah, UT
Barrett Art Center, Poughkeepsie, NY
Stop It!, Rosenthal Gallery, Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, NC
Beyond #MeToo, Pollack Gallery, Monmouth University, NJ
Viewpoints 2019, Studio Montclair Gallery, Montclair, NJ
47th Annual International Exhibition, Brownsville Museum of Fine Art, Brownsville, TX


U.S. Department of State, Art in Embassies Cultural Exchange, American Embassy, Sofia, Bulgaria

U.S. Department of State, Art in Embassies Cultural Exchange, American Embassy, Muscat, Oman


31st Juried Exhibition, Alexandria Museum of Art, Alexandria, LA
39th Annual Juried Art Exhibition, Monmouth Museum, Lincroft, NJ


Paper West: National Works on Paper, Alvin Gallery, University of Utah, UT
Another Voice, Political Illustration of the Late 20th Century, Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minneapolis, MN
Cut and Paste: Contemporary Collage, Site:Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY
Leap, Cloyde Snook Gallery, Adams State University, Alamosa, CO
Art & Art History, Meadows Gallery, University of Texas at Tyler, TX


In Flux, People, Places, Things, Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, Morris Arts, Morristown, NJ


American Art Today: What is American Art?, First Prize, Bascom Center for the Visual Art, Highlands, NC
Social Justice: It Happens to One, It Happens to All, St. Mary’s College Museum of Art, Moraga CA
Viewpoints 2016, Studio Montclair, Aljira, Center for Contemporary Art, Newark, NJ
Recycled, Repurposed, Recovered, A.D. Gallery, University of North Carolina at Pembrook, NC


Robbins Reef Lighthouse: A Home in the Harbor, The Noble Maritime Collection, Staten Island, NY


Expo de Groupe: Contrôle Qualité, Galerie Sparts, Paris


The Female Gaze: Women Artists Making Their World, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA


Lifespan: The Bayonne Bridge in Transition, The Noble Maritime Collection, Staten Island, NY
Entitled Women, The Silo, Henderson Cultural Center, New Milford, CT


Summer Group Exhibition: Selections from the Gallery’s collection of 19th, 20th and Contemporary ArtACA Galleries, NYC
Lifespan:The Bayonne Bridge in Transition, Noble Maritime Museum, Staten Island


The Art of the Label, Montgomery College, MD
Summer Group Show, ACA Galleries, NYC
Still Life Territory, The Silo Gallery at The Henderson Cultural Center, New Milford, CT


Connecting Islands and Generations: The Queensboro Bridge at 100, Gallery RIVAA, Roosevelt Island, NY
2009 Summer Group Show, Thomas Paul Fine Art
24 x 24 Square, Thomas Paul Fine Art


Bridge as Icon, Tabla Rasa Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
ArtHamptons, International Art Fair, Bridgehampton, NY
Group Exhibition, Morrison Gallery, Kent, CT
Concrete Erections II, Michael Ingbar Gallery, NYC


The Art of the Gettysburg Review: Representation in Contemporary American Art, Gettysburg College, Schmucker Art Gallery
130th Anniversary Exhibition, Barron Arts Center, Woodbridge, NJ
Food-Glorious Food, Flinn Gallery, Greenwich, CT
Gallery Artists, Thomas Paul Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA


Litchfield County Artists, Bachelier Cardonsky, Kent, CT


Doorways, Bachelier Cardonsky Gallery, Kent, CT
Another Voice: Political Illustration from The Progressive, Memphis College of Art, TN


Verve to Voice, Kingdon Alan Gallery, St. Petersburg, FL
Another Voice, Maryland Institute College of Art, MD
Chicago Images. Frederick Baker Gallery, Chicago, IL
Beauty Suspended: Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, Brooklyn Historical Society, Brooklyn, NY


Artists Choose Artists, The Century Club, NYC
Vessel, Cardonsky Gallery, Kent, CT
Petropolis: A Social History of Urban Animal Companions, The New York Historical Society, New York City, NY
Tribute: September 11th The Barron Arts Center, Woodbridge, NJ


Still Life, Elaine Benson Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY, In the Kitchen, Bachelier Cardonsky Gallery, Kent, CT
People Reading: Works from the Donald Oresman Collection, Vero Beach Museum of Art, Vero Beach, FL
25th Anniversary Exhibition, Barron Arts Center, Woodbridge, NJ


The Tempting Fruit, The Cahoon Museum of American Art, Cotuit, MA
Bascove, Cronin, Runquist, Bachelier Cardonsky Gallery, Kent, CT
Above and Below: NYC, Bascove and Han Xin, The Flinn Gallery, Greenwich, CT


Painting the Town: Cityscapes from the Museum of the City of New York, Museum of the City of New York
Painting the Town: Cityscapes from the Museum of the City of New York, PaineWebber Art Gallery, NYC


A Gathering of Still Lives, Bachelier Cardonsky Gallery, Kent, CT
Architectonics, Paramount Center for the Arts, Peekskill, NY


10th Anniversary Exhibition, Bachelier Cardonsky Gallery, Kent, CT


Naked Landscapes, Spazi Contemporary Art, Housatonic, MA


Contemporary Cityscapes, Museum of the City of New York
City Views, Owen Gallery, NYC
Fales Library, New York University
Dix Ans et Apres, Galerie Luc Queyrel, Paris


New Acquisitions, Museum of the City of New York
The Women’s Room, Parsons School of Design, NYC


Leaving the Words Behind, Waterside Art Gallery, Stamford, CT


Bridgehampton, NY, Elaine Benson Gallery


Vu d’Ailleurs, Musée de Cherbourg, Cherbourg, France


Chosn Ilbo Art Gallery, Seoul. Korea
Political Graphics Survival Graphics, WI
Sabbeth Art Gallery, Glen Cove, NY
Spencer Museum of Art, Lawrence, KS
The Public I, Southeastern Massachusetts University, Dartmouth, MA
Anniversary Exhibition, Barron Arts Center, Woodbridge, NJ


Figuration Critique, Grande Palais, Paris


Artistes de Galerie, La Galerie du Soir, Paris


Gallery Artists, Art & Design Gallery. NYC

Museum of the City of New York, U. S. Department of State, Art in Embassies, The Norman Rockwell Museum, MA, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Linda Lee Alter Collection of Art by Women, Washington University in St. Louis, MO, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, NY,  Harry Ransom Collection, University of Texas at Austin, The New York Public Library, Berg Collection, MTA Arts for Transit, NY, University of Texas at Tyler, The Library and National Archives, Canada, Rachofsky Collection, TX, Norwalk Transit District, CT, Time Warner, NY, The Wittliff Collections, Texas State University, Special Collections at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, Oresman Collection, NY, The Noble Maritime Collection, NY, Musée de Cherbourg, France.


“Color and Imagination Burst in Exhibition at Greenwich’s Flinn Gallery”, Greenwich Time, by Karen Tensa, 8/27/22

“New Acquisitions, Bascove: Norman Rockwell Museum”, Fine Arts Magazine, July/August  2022

On the Groundbreaking Art of Bascove’s Book Covers, Literary Hub, by Rebecca Rego Barry, 5/3/22
“Norman Rockwell Museum Exhibition: Bascove: The Time We Spend With Words”, Stay Thirsty Magazine
In the 70’s, illustrator and artist Bascove moved the book-marketing industry beyond it’s reliance on photos and typography, by Christopher Marcisz, The Berkshire Eagle, 3/25/22

“Inspired by an Object”, Vasari 21, by Ann Landi, 9/21
“The Ellarslie Open is Back!”, by John Gummere, The Trenton Journal, 7/31/21
“The Ellarslie Open Returns to the Trenton City Museum”, New Jersey Stage, 6/16/21
“Bascove at Masur Museum”, Vasari 21, by Ann Landi, 4/21
“Heliocentric”, Feral Journal, 4/21

Bascove Unbuilds Bridges (and Other Things) With Collage, by Steve Heller, The Daily Heller, 4/27/21

USPS Art Project, Anne Bascove and Nancy Nikkal by Cris Sanhueza, 6/6/21

A Conversation with Painter Valeri Larko, Stay Thirsty, Winter 2021

NYC’s ArtOnLink Kiosk Installations: Bridges by Bascove, Stay Thirsty, Fall 2020

Bascove’s Emily Wore White, Emily Dickinson Museum, 10/20

Alum Brings Art to the New York City Streets with ArtOnLink, UARTS, 9/26/20

Bascove’s  Paintings of NYC Bridges on NYC Kiosks, ABC News interview by Kemberly Richardson

Bascove’s Bridges on the Streets of New York City, The Best American Poetry, 9/10/20

Bascove’s Iconic Paintings of NYC Bridges Now on NYC Kiosks, ABC interview of Artist, Morris Arts, 8/17/20

Bridge Loan, by Steve Heller, The Daily Heller, 3/20/20

Bascove – Paintings and Collage, by Nancy Egol Nikkal, Art of Collage, 11/6/19

“Surface Treatment: Inspiring exhibit in Brownsville unites talented, creative artists in a global endeavor”, by Nancy Moyer, The Monitor, 4/15/19

“Bascove’s Bridges To Everywhere,” by Steven Heller, Print Magazine, 9/25/18

“Notes on an Exhibition,” by Bascove, Stay Thirsty Magazine, Fall 2018

“Atrium Art Gallery Features Nationally Recognized Artists,” by Ralph J. Bellantoni, My Central Jersey, 11/23/18

“Motion in Two Dimensions,” by Steven Heller, The Daily Heller, 5/9/17

“Emily Wore White, Collage by Bascove, poem by Emily Dickinson,” The Best American Poetry, 5/13/17

“A Conversation with Poet Rachel Hadas and Filmmaker Shalom Gorewitz,” by Bascove, Stay Thirsty, Spring 2017

“In Flux Exhibit Opens at 14 Maple in Morristown,” by Ralph J. Bellatoni, Daily Record, 11/18/16

“Southwest Reservoir Bridge,” New Jersey Hills, 9/21/2016

“Perspective: Robbins Reef Lighthouse” by Erin Urban, The Noble Maritime Museum, 2016

“The Social Justice: It Happens to One, It Happens to All,” CreateSpace, 2016

“Bascove/Bridges: Transporting the Metropolis,” by John A. Parks, Art Fuse Magazine, 6/20/15

“Staten Island Bridges Celebrated in New Art Exhibit,”NY1 News, 7/1/15

“Meet the Artist and Anthologist: Bascove,” by Jehv Gold, Manhattan Fruitier, 7/4/15

“Elizabeth and Emme,” by Bascove, Le Courrier des Balkans, 2015

“A Conversation with Carol Weston,” by Bascove, Stay Thirsty, Summer 2015

“A Conversation Wendy Blackstone,” by Bascove, Stay Thirsty, Spring 2015

“A Conversation John Baeder,” by Bascove, Stay Thirsty, Winter 2015

“Bascove/Bridges: Transporting the Metropolis,” New York Times: Spare Times for April, 4/17-22/15

“Transporting the Metropolis,” InSide Art Guide, 1/25/15

“Pick: Sustenance & Desire,” Cook the Books, 12/16/14

“The Inquisitive Eater, Three Paintings by A. Bascove,” The New School, 12/23/14

“Remembering Mark Strand/Moon Poem by Mark Strand” by Bascove, The Best American Poetry, 12/12/14

“Transporting the Metropolis,” by Rob Baily, Staten Island Advance, 11/22/14

“Exhibition Tuesday!” MTA Arts & Design: Art Along the Way, 9/14

“A Conversation with NYC Artist Bascove,” by Steven Jay Griffel, Stay Thirsty, Summer 2014

“Bascove/Bridges: Transporting the Metropolis,” New York Times: Spare Times for September, 9/19-25/14

“Bascove’s Bridges on Display at the Noble Maritime Collection,” by Elena Hart-Cohen, Staten Island Examiner,9/27/14

“Catalogue for Bascove/Bridges: Transporting the Metropolis,” Amazon Publishing, 9/14

“Bascove Bridges and Collage,” by Steve Heller, The Daily Heller, 9/6/2013

“Bascove Bridges,” Design You, by Jotapego, 9/8/2013

“Top 10 Sexy Cookbooks,” by Gayot, Fox, January 1, 2013

“The Female Gaze: Women Artists Making Their World,” Edited by Robert Cozzolino, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 2012

“The Country and Abroad,” Entitled Women, June 2012

“Entitled Women,,” The Housatonic Times, June 7, 2012

“A View From the Bridge,” by Michael J. Fressola, Staten Island Live, March 20. 2011

“The Bayonne Bridge in Transition,” Sea History, Summer 2011

“Readings on Failure,” The Studio Potter, Summer/Fall 2011

“, Bascove at ACA Galleries, 6/21/11

“In and Around NYC This Week, Bascove at ACA Galleries,”, 6/18/11

“The Bridge as Muse,” New York Times: Spare Times, 1/21/11

“The Bridge as Muse,” by Amy Plitt, Time Out New York, 1/20/11

“The Bridge as Muse,”, 1/11

“Paintings of New York: A Book of Postcards,” Pomegranate, 2011

“The Bayonne Bridge in Transition,”, 2/11

“The Art of Bridges,”, 2/11

“Bascove” by Dja Horry,, June 2009

“A Walk in the Park: Bascove at the Arsenal,”, June 2009

“A Walk in the Park: Bascove at the Arsenal,”, June 18-August 13, 2009

“Trefoil Arch by Bascove,” Outdoors in New York City, Fall, 2009

“Bascove at the Arsenal,” by Steve Heller, The Daily Heller, June 6, 2009

“Art of The Brooklyn Bridge: A Visual History,” by Richard Haw, Routledge, 2008

“All the Art That’s Fit to Print (And Some That Wasn’t)” by Jerelle Kraus, Columbia University Press, 2008

“Bascove’s Erratica I at Tabla Rasa Gallery,” Brooklyn Daily Eagle, May 2008

“Twin Peaks at Two Kent Galleries,” by Nancy Burns, Litchfield County Times Magazine, February 2008

“Bascove’s Paintings at Three Galleries,” The Country and Abroad, Winter 2007-2008

“Bascove at Uptown,” The Daily Gotham, November 2007

“Here on Earth, Radio Without Borders with Jean Ferraca,” Wisconsin Public Radio, October 18th, 2007

“The Best of New York,” New York Press, Fall 2007

“Art of the Gettysburg Review,” edited by Peter Stitt, essays by Molly S. Hutton, 2007

“Sustenance & Desire,” by Meryl S. Rosofsky, Gastronomica: The Journal of Food and Culture, Summer 2006

“To the City’s Bridges, Billets-Doux,” by Michael Molyneux, The New York Times, September 18th, 2005

“Bascove: More Than a Name,” by Sunny MacMillan, Country & Abroad, May 2005

“Artist to Offer Perfection of the Normal in New Milford Exhibit,” by Asa Fitch, The Litchfield County Times, May 9, 2005

“A Succulent New Food-Writing Collection,” by Nicols Fox, The Ruminator, April-May, 2005

“Sustenance and Desire: A Food Lover’s Anthology of Sensuality and Humor,” by Naomi Milln, ForeWord Magazine, March, 2005

“Sustenance and Desire: A Food Lover’s Anthology of Sensuality and Humor,” by Barbara Fisher, The Boston Globe, January 23, 2005

“Books Ideal for Browsers,” by John Foyston, The Oregonian, January 18, 2005

“Food Briefs: New Collection Features Author’s Words on Food: Sustenance and Desire,” The Winston-Salem Journal, January 4, 2005

“Ode to Food,” The Day, December 29, 2004

“Art and the Pleasures of the Table, in Words and Paintings,” The North County Times, December 29, 2004

“On the Shelf, Poems, Prose about Food”, The York Daily Record, December 29, 2004

“Feasting on Words”, The Indianapolis Star, December 28, 2004

“Sustenance & Desire: A Food Lover’s Anthology of Humor and Sensuality” by Katka Konecna, Talent in Motion,Winter 2004

“Kitchen Tips: Sustenance & Desire,” Long Beach Press, December 15, 2004

“Art and Food in Words and Painting,” The Hagerstown Morning Herald, December 15, 2004

“Faith Middletown Show: Interview with Bascove,” Connecticut Public Radio, December 9, 2004

“Sustenance & Desire”, by Enrique Fernandez, The Miami Herald, December 9, 2004

“Bascove to Bring Out New Book about Food,” by Bob Deakin, Kent Good Times Dispatch, November 26, 2004

“Hello Beautiful: Chicago Images,” by Jim Yood, Chicago Public Radio, October 2004

“Sustenance & Desire,” Publishers Weekly, November 15, 2004

“Sustenance & Desire, Food Inspires New Anthology from the Artist Bascove,” by Asa Fitch, The Litchfield County Times: Passport Magazine, November 19, 2004

“Readers and Reading: Reading in Bed by Bascove,” by Charles Simic, The Paris Review: 50th Anniversary Issue, Fall 2003

“Artist’s Renditions: The Bronx-Whitestone Bridge,” by Laura Rosen, From the Archive, Winter 2003-2004

“Monuments of Exaltation: Bascove Celebrates the Bridges of New York City, Brooklyn Bridge III,” The New York Times: Art Listings Highlight, October 26, 2003

“Bascove, B, The Poet of a Two-Dimensional World,” by Katka Konecna, Talent In Motion, Summer 2003

“Paintings by Bascove,” The Gettysburg Review, Winter 2003

“Art Listings, Bascove’s Summer Evening,” The New York Times, November 3, 2002

“Bascove on Books at Paris, New York, Kent,” by Bob Deakin, Kent Good Times Dispatch, June 7, 2002

“Local Artist’s Work a Tribute To the Art of Reading, Writing,” by Jennifer Peyton, Waterbury Republican American, May 12, 2002

“About Books,” Book Sense 76, March-April 2002

“Quiet City,” Booklist, March 15, 2002

“Where Books Fall Open,” by Donna Seaman, Booklist, February 1, 2002

“Reading, Writing and Reading,” Publishers Weekly, August 13, 2001

“Litchfield Artists,” The New York Times, June 17, 2001

“Bridges Above, Subways Below,” Greenwich Time, April 9, 2001

“George Washington Bridge II,” The Fairfield County Times, April 2001

“Painting the Town: Cityscapes of New York,” edited by Jan Seidler Ramirez, Yale University Press, 2000

“Another Chapter: Books and Bridges,” Gallery & Studio, November/December 2000

“Les Editions Metropolis,” by Jerome Charyn, Metropolis New York, 2000

“The New York Pop-Up Book: New York City 100,” edited by Marie Salerno and Arthur Gelb, Universe Publishing,1999

“This Week”, The New York Times, April 24, 1999

“Making Connections at the Hudson River Museum,” by Georgette Gouveia, The Journal News, October 23, 1998

“Museum Exhibition Displays a Fascination for Bridges,” Vivien Raynor, The New York Times, October 18, 1998

“Museum’s Fall Exhibits Feature Varied Works,” The Riverstown Enterprise, September 25, 1998

“This Week”, The New York Times, September 27, 1998

“Stone and Steel,” by Anne Telford, Communication Arts, July 1998

“Bascove’s Bridges,” by Jennifer A. Peyton, The Litchfield County Times, July 10, 1998

“Spanning the History of Bronx Bridges,” by Sonia Ryst, Bronx Times, June 1998

“Book World: Stone and Steel: Paintings and Writings Celebrating the Bridges of New York City,” The Washington Post, May 17, 1998

“Bascove: Stone and Steel, Museum of the City of New York,” by Karen Chambers, Review, May 1998

“Stone and Steel: Paintings and Writings Celebrating the Bridges of New York City,” Bookman’s Weekly, April 13, 1998

“New York’s Bridges in Art and in Prose,” The New York Times, March 29, 1998

“Happy Hundreth, NYC,” by J.M. Stifle and Beth Kracklauer, Museums New York, Winter 1998

“Bascove at Uptown,” by Gerrit Henry, Art In America, May 1996

“Creating A Sense of Order,” by John Parks, American Artist, May 1996

“New York Chronique d’une ville sauvage,” by Jerome Charyn, Decouvertes Gallimard, 1994

“UMass Dartmuth Opens Gallery’s Spring Season,” The Herald News, January 28, 1994

“Bascove Means Magic,” by Linda Southworth, Upper East Side Resident, November 18, 1993

Article, Fairfield County Women, January 1993

Article by Phyllis A. S. Boros, Connecticut Post, January 1992

“Women Right Now,” by Cindi Lieve, Glamour January 1992

“Woman Reading,” Commissioned by Warner Books, Publishers Weekly, October 5, 1992

“The Private World of Bascove,” by Karen Chambers, Upper & Lower Case, Summer 1991

“What’s New,” Elle, January 1991

Article by Morane Perinelle, Regart, October 1990

Article by Sheridan Sanegundo, The East Hampton Star, May 1990

“Figuration Critique 1987,” Grande Palais, Inter Art 1988

“New York Observed,” edited by Barbara Cohen, Seymour Chwast, and Steven Heller, Harry N. Abrams, 1987

“Bascove Paintings,” by Joy Blair Nager, Preview, November 1987

“Framing A Life,” by Peggy O’Crowley, Sunday News Tribune, April 12, 1987

Article by Eileen Watkins, The Star Ledger, April 13, 1987

“Bascove,” by Steven Heller, Graphis Vol.37, November/December 1981