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HUNT SLONEM Through the Looking Glass

Hunt Slonem: Through the Looking Glass Hunt Slonem, the colorful monarch and jubilant mastermind artist in an imaginative land of butterflies, birds, and bunnies heralds a new decree of three-dimensional artworks that dazzle, entertain, and astonish. Whipping the viewer into an ecstasy of artistic bliss, his new sculpture collection in HUNT SLONEM: Through the Looking Glass at New River Fine Art is a diverse mixture of ornate blue-chip craftmanship populated by Gothic Pop Art pageantry. Hunt achieves a new level of mischievous maturity, evolving beyond the painterly renditions of his favorite flora and fauna. He embarks on a journey that explores eccentric airs of contemporary art making. Through the Looking Glass shatters the procedural mold and ventures into an uncharted territory of sculptural fabrications, propelling his art into a new, refreshing, and appealing realm of glass ears, bright lights, glowing fur, and polished bronze. This migration to a more ultramodern and state-of-the-art fashion pleasantly persuades the viewer to follow him into an edgy yet frolicsome kingdom of chic studio production. Not knowing where this psychedelic Hunt-hole ends, viewers are showered with multiplications and proliferations that are tremendously elegant. Reactions are instantaneous as we bask in his new regales of audacious macrocosms guided by his ingenuity and technique. Shifting paradigms of art market sustainability seem to fluctuate from brick and mortar to Online Viewing Rooms, and back again. However, Hunt Slonem, an artist whose credibility reflects over 50 years of museum and gallery exhibitions holds onto his title of merry maestro by using 2020’s unique pandemically influenced proxemics to refocus, retool and launch his new collection and he chose South Florida as the launch site. In Slonem’s Salon Collection, ornately baroque frames adorn the protruding bunny bust portraits…or is it the other way around? Fragile sensibilities of material are juxtaposed by ludicrously portrayed aristocracy. Neither gaudy nor kitschy, the immeasurable depictions are golden in their delightful executions. Silk Road, one of the larger paintings in the Through the Looking Glass exhibition delivers a signature Slonem appeal. This 61 x 77-inch oil on canvas painting exemplifies the dynamic allure of the vibrant butterflies.

Three compositional layers create a transcendental magnetism. The color swatches are overflowing with thousands of monkey eyes that stare from the jungles, fixated on our very presence as we maneuver around in their world. Butterflies drift and frolic among the bold and bright colors, providing a roving rhythm to the linear boundaries underneath. In Blizzard, a 50 x 60-inch oil on canvas harnesses the notion that less is more. The dozen plus white rabbits huddle together in a bunny bacchanalia. Gestural outlines define the subjects. Drawn in a very rhythmic course, Hunt seemingly channels the late de Kooning and his abstract expressions. The play of foreground and background is a push and pull compatibility. Blizzard is a calligraphic flurry of black lines that grace the minimalist aesthetic. After Glow and Go Play are two six-foot neon sculptures that glow with an aura of playful and luminescent radiance. The neon bunnies are lambent lonesome lodestars, navigating through the three-dimensional repertoire. Larger than life, the Hunt-esque rabbits stand erect like facetious chaperons of this new Hyper-Wonderland. In American Art and American Literature, rabbits are often used as a symbol of fertility or rebirth. The species’ role as a prey animal with few defenses evokes vulnerability and innocence. Hence, the rabbit in Slonem’s new collection is the perfect visual paradigm and animal personification to explore because Hunt and his audiences alike are fully aware of this animal’s unique historical relevance and symbolic attributes. Is this a metaphorical rebirth of Hunt Slonem’s vocation? Absolutely! Is this commandeered studio production a flawless allegory of the rabbit’s reproductive nuances? Certainly! The calculated renaissance to this perfect storm of three dimensionality is the fact that Slonem owns the revival by exposing his artistic susceptibilities and recalculates a new simplicity that is worlds apart from the abstract expressionistic practices. The rabbit abides…

- Lisa Burgess

HUNT SLONEM b. 1951, American, Kittery, Maine

Considered one of the great colorists of his time, American artist Hunt Slonem’s Neo-Expressionist oeuvre features an exuberant and bold fauvist palette to emphasize his beloved menagerie of animals. Since 1977, Slonem has had more than 350 exhibitions at prestigious galleries and museums internationally. Slonem’s work is in over eighty museum collections worldwide, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City. Ever expansive in his Animalia quest, Slonem continues to boldly pursue his unique vision. Divining new forms for his aesthetic muses in hand-blown glass, neon and other illuminating raw materials, the artist’s impressive career spanning almost five decades enters a new phase of growth. Disciplined yet explosive in his use of color, refined gestures yet still raw and wild, Slonem uses his new mediums of choice with the same deft hand that rocketed him into the coterie of New York art world luminaries of the 1970’s.

“This new body of work was borne out of these unexpected times. Given an unexpected opportunity to create work in an entirely new methodology, what has resulted is an artistic liberation of sorts. My established lexicon of forms have taken on new life in blown glass, in bronze, and other media, all in a visual culmination that is thrilling to me artistically. This moment in time has proven to be an impetus for an ever-expanding vocabulary of new work and I’m pleased to share it with you.”

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PAINTINGS Slonem is best known for his “maximalist” paintings of wildlife exotica—most famously birds, rabbits and butterflies. Drawing inspiration from the spiritual and natural worlds, he repeats these motifs on an epic scale in an act of visual and artistic mantra.


2018 Oil on Canvas 50 x 60

Silk Road

2020 Oil on Canvas 61 x 77

White Ascension 2018 Oil on Canvas 50 x 70


2020 Oil on Canvas 40 x 60

Jackie O

2020 Oil on Canvas 30 x 40

Double Bunny 2020 Oil on Wood 35.5 x 25.5


2020 Oil on Wood 20.25 x 16.25

Vantage Point Pink 2020 Oil on Wood 18.5 x 14.25


2020 Oil on Wood 17 x 14


2020 Oil on Wood 16 x 12


2019 Oil on Wood 10 x 8


2020 Oil on Wood 10 x 8

Blue Line

2020 Oil & Acrylic w/ Diamond Dust on Wood 10 x 8

U ntitled

2020 Oil on Wood 10 x 8

All Ears

2020 Oil on Wood 10 x 8


2020 Oil & Acrylic w/ Diamond Dust on Wood 10 x 8


2020 Oil & Acrylic w/ Diamond Dust on Wood 10 x 8


2020 Oil on Wood 10 x 8


2020 Oil on Wood 10 x 8


2018 Oil on Wood 10 x 8


2020 Oil on Wood 10 x 8

Blue Bunny

2019 Oil on Wood 10 x 8

Hombre Blue Green

2020 Oil & Acrylic w/ Diamond Dust on Wood 10 x 8

Old Mint

2020 Oil & Acrylic w/ Diamond Dust on Wood 10 x 8


2020 Oil on Wood 10 x 8

Regine 2

2020 Oil & Acrylic w/ Diamond Dust on Wood 10 x 8


2020 Oil & Acrylic w/ Resin on Wood 10 x 8


2020 Oil on Wood 10 x 8

“Rabbits are welcome. I’ve never been plagued with an unwanted number of them.” Hutch Haven, Installation View, 2020


UNIQUE WORKS Slonem’s new glass sculptures are a sublime visual manifestation of the artist’s sense of play. Working with his team of artisan glassblowers to form molten glass into his own glass menagerie, Slonem’s established practice and mantra of repetition of form continues anew. Each handblown glass sculpture is both completely unique and yet references and riffs off a visual lexicon 50 years in the making.

Old Gold

2020 Handblown Glass 17 x 7 x 9

Mirrored Iris

2020 Handblown Glass 17 x 8 x 7.5


2020 Handblown Glass 18 x 6.5 x 11

Silvered Green

2020 Handblown Glass 18 x 7 x 8

Cornucopia Tall 2020 Handblown Glass 18.5 x 7.5 x 8

White Smoke

2020 Handblown Glass 17 x 9 x 9

Opaline Blue

2020 Handblown Glass 16 x 10 x 9

Black Onyx

2020 Handblown Glass 16 x 10 x 9.5

Brilliant Ruby

2020 Handblown Glass 17 x 8 x 7

Dark Violet

2020 Handblown Glass 15.5 x 7.5 x 8

Summer Green

2020 Handblown Glass 16.5 x 7 x 8

Golden Opal

2020 Handblown Glass with 24K Goldleaf 15 x 8 x 11.5

Violet Red

2020 Handblown Glass 15 x 8 x 8

Opal Rose

2020 Handblown Glass 18 x 7 x 7.5

French Blue

2020 Handblown Glass 16 x 8 x 9

Carmine Red

2020 Handblown Glass 15.5 x 9.5 x 10

STUDIO GLASS EDITIONS Referencing the established sculptural aesthetic of Slonem’s unique glass sculptures, the 2020 limited edition releases of Lemonade and New Dawn memorialize the artist’s inaugural year of exploring glass form. Each comprised of a closed edition of 25, these editioned glass sculptures perfectly exude the character and whimsy of Slonem’s original works in glass.


2020 Handblown Glass #21 (closed edition of 25) 10 x 8 x 10

New Dawn

2020 Handblown Glass #24 (closed edition of 25) 13 x 6 x 10

SALON BUSTS Each Salon Bust is as bold and distinct as his Unique Works. An intentional evolution of his beloved salon style walls, comprised of many dozens of small, singular compositions shown en masse, the Salon Bust series is the sculptural manifested result. Each work is paired with a handmade upholstered velvet cushion. The deep custom-designed frame intentionally references the traditional 18th century design much beloved by the artist and comes in three finishes; black, white and gilded in 24k goldleaf.

Emerald Green

2020 Handblown Glass 27 x 17 x 9

Opaline Blue

2020 Handblown Glass 27 x 17 x 9.5

Sea Green

2020 Handblown Glass 27 x 17 x 9

Royal Purple

2020 Handblown Glass 27 x 17 x 12.5

Summer Green

2020 Handblown Glass 27 x 17 x 9

Ruby Rose

2020 Handblown Glass 27 x 17 x 11.5

Hot Pink

2020 Handblown Glass 27 x 17 x 9

Mirrored Violet

2020 Handblown Glass 27 x 17 x 9

Sage Green

2020 Handblown Glass 27 x 17 x 9.5

Deep Sea Blue

2020 Handblown Glass 27 x 17 x 9

Juniper Green

2020 Handblown Glass 27 x 17 x 9

Pearl White

2020 Handblown Glass 27 x 17 x 9.5

Sunset Orange

2020 Handblown Glass 27 x 17 x 9

Enamel White

2020 Handblown Glass 27 x 17 x 10

Enamel White

2020 Handblown Glass 27 x 17 x 11

Black Olive

2020 Handblown Glass 27 x 17 x 10

BRONZE SCULPTURE Through the exercise of working with molten glass to achieve new sculptural forms, Slonem’s material interest expanded to another molten material: bronze. With the unexpected juxtaposition and visual play between glass and bronze, an entire new series has developed and continues to evolve. Slonem’s glass sculptural works inspire and inform the bronze and, conversely, the refined and rich tones of the finished patinaed bronze works inspired the artist to evolve his glass color palette to achieve similar depth of tone.


2020 Bronze #1 & #2 (edition of 9) 15.5 x 8 x 9.5

Prota 2020

Bronze #5 (edition of 9) 13.5 x 7 x 9.5

MOSAIC BUNNY The beginning of Slonem’s long-term vision for monumental outdoor garden works, the artist revisits the mosaic medium for the first time in 20 years. All Ears the six foot pink bunny was fabricated by master mosaic artisans. Comprised of hand-cut and formed Italian sheet glass in iridescent pink tones, the work achieves a most unique light quality that’s at once brilliant in reflectivity and nuanced in its depth of color. The sculptural form itself was based off of Slonem’s new blown glass sculptures.

All Ears

2020 Glass Mosaic 73 x 36 x 40

GLOW BUNNIES With the acknowledgement that his iconic bunny forms are larger than life, Slonem’s new neon light sculptures are intended as a playful reinterpretation of his beloved rabbits. Each unique work in this exhibition is comprised of a custom powder-coated aluminum cabinet and delicate 12mm Italian neon tubing. For dramatic effect, hidden LED halo lighting is mounted behind the cabinet to create an ethereal glow.

Go Play

2020 Neon, Aluminum, LED 72 x 36 x 7

Hop Scotch

2020 Neon, Aluminum, LED 72 x 36 x 7

After Glow

2020 Neon, Aluminum, LED 72 x 36 x 7

GLOWBOX BUNNIES The artist’s desire to illuminate his works was the impetus for the Glowbox series. Inspired by the luminescence and light quality of blown glass, each acrylic painting on a plex substrate is internally lit by a custom-designed LED light box with a controllable dimmer switch.

Blue Bunny

2020 Lightbox 54 x 46 x 4

Blue Bunnies 2020 Lightbox 54 x 46 x 4

Ombre Bunnies

2020 Lightbox 54 x 46 x 4

SOME BUNNY CYLINDERS Slonem’s varied iterations of his beloved rabbit form continue anew as the artist reimagines his two-dimensional forms into cylindrical sculpture. Each work is handblown by a team of glass artisans and hand-etched with the artist’s iconic forms. His bright color palette of tropical ombre shifts on pearlescent white and iridescent blue glass substrates creates a joyful dance of undulating forms.


2020 Handblown Glass 23 x 10 x 10


2020 Handblown Glass 20 x 10 x 10


2020 Handblown Glass 13 x 10 x 10

DICHROIC PAINTINGS Slonem’s new dichroic painting series emerged, quite literally, through the looking glass. The lush, dimensional line work of the Slonem’s oil paintings led him to explore the layered complexity of dichroic glass. Originally created by NASA as a coating for space-bound scientific instruments, the luminescent dichroic coating serves as an undulating canvas for the artist to carve his form into. Presented in a custom-made ocular glass frame design sourced from the 18th century.

Blue Bunnies 2020 Dichro Glass 22.5 x 22.5 x 2

MIXED MEDIA PRINTS WITH HANDWORK A rarified curation of original trial proofs with hand-work by the artist. Pigment-based mixed media prints on archival cold press French watercolor paper with acrylic paint handwork.

Golden Bunny,(TP)

2020 Mixed Media Print with Handwork 40 x 60

Yellow Bunny, (TP)

2020 Mixed Media Print with Handwork 30 x 40

Red Bunny, (TP)

2020 Mixed Media Print with Handwork 30 x 40

Green Bunny, (TP)

2020 Mixed Media Print with Handwork 30 x 40

Purple Bunnies, (TP)

2020 Mixed Media Print with Handwork 30 x 40

MUSEUM COLLECTIONS Academy of the Arts, Easton, Maryland American Banaco, New York, NY Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Artbank Program, US Department of State, Washington D.C. Bahrain National Museum, Bahrain UAE Baker Museum, Naples, FL. Bass Museum of Art, Miami, FL. Bates College Museum of Arts, Olin Art Center, Lewiston, ME Bergen Museum of Art and Science, Paramus, NJ Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, AL Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton, FL Borough Hall, Brooklyn, NY Bowdoin Museum of Art, Brunswick, ME Brandeis University Rose Art Museum, Waltham, MA Alexander Breast Gallery, Jacksonville University Museum, Jacksonville, FL Children’s Museum of Naples, Naples, FL Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, VA Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH Colegio de Architecto, Quito, Ecuador Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville, ME Columbia University Libraries, New York, NY Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, OH Coral Springs Museum, Coral Springs, FL Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester, NH Customs House Museum, Clarksville, TN Danville Museum, Danville, VA Daum Museum of Contemporary Art, Sedalia, MO Davenport Museum of Art, Davenport, IA Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, OH Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, DE Delgado University, New Orleans, LA

Detroit Institute of Arts Museum, Detroit, MI Drury Univ., Springfield, MO Eastman School of Music, Rochester, NY Evansville Museum of Arts and Science, Evansville, IN Everson Museum, Syracuse, NY Farnsworth Library & Art Museum, Rockland, ME Ford’s Theatre, Washington, DC Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne, IN The Flint Institute of Arts, Flint, MI Florida International University Art Museum, Miami, FL Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona, Spain Grey Art Gallery, New York University, New York, NY Guilin Art Museum, Guilin Guang XI P.R. China Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY Henie-Onstad Kunstsenter, Hovikodden, Norway Hofstra Museum, Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY Housatonic Museum, Bridgeport, CT Human Systems Technology, Baltimore, MD Hunter Museum of Art, Chattanooga, TN Jedco, Jefferson Parrish, LA The Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art & Design of Kansas City Art Institute, MO Jefferson Performing Art Center, Metairie, LA J. Patrick Lannan Gallery, Palm Beach, FL Community College Museum of Art, Lake Worth, FL Le Musée d’Art Haitian, Port au Prince, Haiti The Von Liebig Art Center, Naples, FL Long Island Historical Society, Brooklyn, NY Louisiana Arts & Science Museum, Baton Rouge Maier Museum of Art, Randolph-Macon Women’s College, Lynchburg, VA Meadows Museum, SMU, Dallas, TX.

Memphis Brooks Museum, Memphis, TN Metropolitan Museum of Art, Manila, Philippines The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY Miami-Dade Community College South Campus, Miami, FL Miami University, Oxford, OH Michener Museum of Art, Doylestown, PA Mills College Art Museum, Mills College, Oakland, CA Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC Miro Foundation, Spain Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, Miss. Missouri State University, Springfield University of Missouri, Columbia Mita Corporation, Fairfield, NJ Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, FL The National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC Neuberger Museum, Purchase College/State University of New York Newcomb Art Gallery, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NY New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA New York Academy of Art, New York, NY New York Historical Society, New York, NY Newark Museum, Newark, NJ Northfield Nt. Hermon School, Mt. Hermon, MA Ogden Museum of Southern Art, New Orleans, LA Ohio Wesleyan Univ. Delaware, OH Olin Gallery, Roanoke College, Salem, VA Oklahoma Art Center, Oklahoma City, OK Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL Ozark Community Technical College, Springfield Port Authority, One World Trade Center (Mural), New York, NY Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME

Pulitzer Collection, Amsterdam, Holland Queens Museum of Art, Queens, NY Saint Louis University, Cupples House & McNamee Gallery, St. Louis, MO Saint Mary’s College, Saint Mary City, MD Saint Petersburg Museum of Fine Art, St. Petersburg, FL Samford University, Birmingham, AL San Antonio Museum of Art, San Antonio, TX Salt Queen Foundation, Southampton, NY Sidney Art Gallery and Museum, Port Orchard, WA Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Syracuse University Art Collection, Syracuse, NY Stamford Museum and Nature Center, Stamford, CT Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL The Taubman Museum of Art, West Virginia, Roanoke, VA Tennessee State Museum, Nashville, TN Telfair Museum of Art, Savannah, GA The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii United States Department of State, Washington, D.C. University of Arizona, Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ University of Maine at Machias Art Galleries, Machias, ME University of Michigan, Art Museum Project, Dearborn, MI University of Oklahoma, Fred Jones Art Center, Norman, OK Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN Vero Beach Museum of Art, Vero Beach, FL Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA Von Leibig Art Center, Naples, FL Wasmer Gallery, Ursuline College, Pepper Pike, OH Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY Wichita Art Museum, Wichita, KS Wurth Museum, Kunzelsau, Germany

PRIVATE COLLECTIONS American Banaco, New York, NY American Bar Association, Washington, D.C. ARK Restaurant Corporation Best Products, Richmond, VA Carillion Children’s Clinic, Roanoke, VA Chase Manhattan Bank, New York, NY Children’s Hospital, New Orleans, LA Citibank, N.A. Clifford Russell, Inc., New York, NY Continental Airlines Crummy, Del Deo, Dolan, Griffinger & Vecchione, Newark, NJ E.I. Dupont De Nemours, New York, NY Forbes, New York, NY Forgman Co., Louisville, KY Goldman Sachs Co., New York, NY Hamilton Restaurant, Washington, DC Hilton Hotels, Guam HRH Headquarters, Washington, DC Human Systems Technology, Baltimore, MD IBM Corporation Intercontinental Hotel, Miami, FL Jewish Home & Hospital for Aged, New York, NY L’Ermitage Hotel, Hollywood, CA Loews New Orleans Hotel, New Orleans, LA Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc., New York, NY Marriott Corporation Miller, Anderson & Sherrerd, Conshohocken, PA Mita Corporation, NJ NY American Telephone & Telegraph Nieman-Marcus, Dallas, TX Paine Webber, Inc., Lincoln Harbour, NJ

Pierce, Atwood, Scribner, Allen, Smith & Lancaster, Portland, ME Primavera Systems, Bala Cynwyd, PA Princess Cruise Lines Readers Digest Inc., Pleasantville, NY Relume Corporation, Troy, Michigan Roger Ogden Company, New Orleans, LA Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas Saint Agatha’s Children’s Home, New York, NY Sanco General Corporation Silvestri Corporation, Chicago, IL Simpson & Thatcher, New York, NY Sonesta Corporation, Boston, MA Takashima Corporation, Hawaii TRW Corporation, Lyndhurst, OH Tucker Anthony, Inc., New York, NY UBS Paine Webber, Inc., Lincoln Harbour, NJ U.M.K.C. John & Maxine Belger Family Foundation, Kansas City, MO Zale Corporation, Dallas, TX

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Gates, Tom. “Manhattan,” Palm Beach Society, February 10-16, p. 37, ill. Hass, Nancy. “Hamptons Classic,” ELLE Décor, December, p. 121, ill. Ireland, Kathryn M. Timeless Interiors. Layton: Gibbs Smith, pp. 146-147, ill. “Modern Art Matters,” Mandarin Hotel Book (Editorial), ill. “The Morris at Twenty, Closes September 16, 2012” in “Exhibitions,” Morris Museum of Art Quarterly Newspaper, Fall 2012, p. 4, ill. Merve, Özaytekin. “Bird Painter Living in the Wild,” (Turkey), April 15. Powell, Jennifer. “Introducing the World of Hunt Slonem,” in “Kravet News,” Inspired.News, Fall 2012, vol. 4, issue 3, pp. 10-11, ill. Siegler, Mara. “Hunt Slonem’s Wonderland,” Avenue Magazine, May, p. 52-61, ill. Thurman, Judith. “Personal History,” Architectural Digest, March, p. 79, ill. Trebay, Guy. “In Constant Motion, With an Elusive Point,” The New York Times, September 16, “Styles” section, p 12. Utkan, Hatice. “Discovering a Cabinet of Curiosities,” Hürriyet Daily News (Istanbul, TR), April 9. p. 53, ill. 2011 Crow, Kelly. “Hunt Slonem’s Oddball Menagerie,” The Wall Street Journal, November 19, 2011. Benson, Harry and Hilary Geary Ross. New York New York. Brookyn: powerHouse Books, p. 120-121, ill. Art on the Hill: Works from the OHSU Collection. Portland: Oregon Health & Science University, p. 113, ill. Owens, Mitchell. “Manhattan Transfer,” Architectural Digest, October. Stein, Clare. “Lincoln is Hunt Slonem’s Marilyn,” Interview Magazine Nasitir, Judith. “Tudor Triumph,” Elle Décor, February/March, p. 153, ill. Lipsky-Karasz, Elisa. “Diandra Douglas Defends Herself,” Harper’s Bazaar, April, p. 174, ill. “Multiple Choice,” in Elle Décor, November 2011. “Petal Pusher” Lilly Pulitzer Catalogue, Spring, pp. 26-39, insert, ill. “Mary Bird Perkins to Auction Hunt Slonem Artwork to Benefit its Five Cancer Centers,” The Pointe Coupee Banner, April 7, p.3. Kususto, Lauren. “Colorful Hunt Slonem Lands Near 10th,” The New York Observer, April 26. “Amuse Bouche Limited Edition,” Napa Valley Home, Summer, p. 14, 18. Menke, Anne. “Half Their Age,” People Magazine, April 25, pp. 6, 71, ill. Moore, Holly. “Booked & In Person,” Paper City Magazine (Houston), November, p. 6, ill. O’Grady, Megan. “Words of Wonder,” Vogue, December, p. 233, ill. Davies, Roger. “Kathryn Ireland: Inside My Home,” People Magazine, October 17, p. 100, ill. Needleman, Deborah. “Three And A Half Billion Men,” WSJ Magazine, October, Editor’s Letter Masthead, p. 18, ill. Weidner, Elyse. “On the Town: Artful Living,” Kansas City Spaces, Holiday, p. 190, ill. “Hunt Slonem,” Art Interview, issue 014, November. Akar, Serra Yazi. “Ruya Apartmanda,” InStyle Home, October, p. 231-233, ill. 2010 Hunt Slonem on the Bayou. Lafayette: Paul and Lulu Hilliard Art Museum, University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Campion, Freddie. “Hunt Slonem,” Acne Paper, Winter 2010/2011, no.11, pp. 36-37, ill. Morrisey, Cedric. “Zoo In My Luggage,” Russian Architectural Digest, December/January 2011, pp. 184-189, ill.

Weiss, Lois. “Between the Bricks,” New York Post, March 30, p. 34, ill. Morrison, David. “The Kindness of Strangers,” in Brenau Window, Winter, cover, p. 12-15, ill. DiaGiacomo, Frank. “Gatecrasher,” NY Daily News, June 8. Shepard, Sherry P. “Exotic Inspiration,” Shreveport Times, August 17, p. C1, ill. Nahas, Dominique. “The Worlds of Hunt Slonem” Vendome Press: New York. Feen, Diane. “Painting With Passion” Art New Orleans Summer pp.30-35. Illus. Kim, John. “Hunt Slonem: Stroke of Genius”. 7x7 San Francisco. January 20th. Mills, Michael. “Check Out Slonem’s Rabbit Art at the Coral Springs Museum.” New Times Broward/Palm Beach. January 28th. Bronston, Barry. “New Orleans-Area Collector Goes Public With New Sculptures” The Advocate. January 4th. pp.3B ill. Paskin, Murray. “Top Pick: Flora, Fauna, Faces & Feathers” The San Francisco Examiner, January 28th pp.24 ill. Cheema, Sushil. “House of the Day”. Wall Street Journal January 28th Raiser, Jennifer. “Dish, Dance & A Bit of Romance”. Nob Hill Gazette Feb.pp. 14-15. Goodman, Wendy. “Living With a Thousand Best Friends”. New York Magazine March 8th pp. 44-47 ill. Willie, Jill. “Streets Boast More Than Blooming Flowers” Jefferson Life Spring. p.34-35 Platt, Campion. “Made to Order”. Monacelli Press pp.15-16,23,29,68-70, 75 2009 Steinberg, Claudia, & Miebach, Barbel. “The Art of Living” , Monacelli Press,pp. 184-195, ill.. Rushdie, Salman; Moore, Julianne; Colacello, Bob. “Indochine: Stories Shaken & Stirred” Rizzoli Publishing pp. 42-43 ill. Sully, Susan. “The Southern Cosmopolitan: Sophisticated Southern Style”. Rizzoli Publishing. P.32 ill. Constanta, Rusty. “Toucan Play This Game”. Times Picayune December 12th pp. A14 2008 Siegel, Fern “Get Your Groovy On” Neiman Marcus: The Book, April, pp. 24-27, ill. “Benefit Takes Wing” Palm Beach Daily News , April 2, 2008, pp. B4 Vandewal, David & Hay, Alexei “Metanoia”, 10 Men, Spring 2008, pp. 154-171, il. Kennedy, Eleanora “A Well Lived Life: The Sondes”, Palm Beach Cottages & Gardens, February/March 2008, pp. 66 & 67 ill. Peveto, Ryalnd Holmes “Painting the Town With Hunt Slonem”, Papercity February 2008, pp 10, ill. Karni, Anne “Living: Om Sweet Om!”, Page Six Magazine, March 9, 2008, page 42 Cohen, David “Birds of a Feather Flocking Together”, New York Sun, June 12,pp. 22. ill. “Meet Famed Artists” The Walton Sun, Santa Rosa Beach, FL July 26. Page B3. “Ogden Opens Florida Satellite” New Orleans City Business, July 14. Page 11, ill. Wheeler, Deborah. “A Southern Culture Debut at Watercolor” The Walton Sun, July 5. Spaulding, Clint./Patrick McMullan Company. “The Flash” Hamptons Magazine June 20- 26 pp 37 Bancroft, Debbie. “Good Will Hunting: Birds of a Feather Fete Together” Hamptons Magazine. June 13-June 19 pp 128 ill. Thurman, Judith; Sailor, Durston; & Bradfield, Geoffrey. “Glamorous Gesture in London” Architectural Digest. Feb. pp.184. ill. “Best Buddies Artists” Palm Beach Society March 14-20 pp.23 ill. Cohen, David. “Arts: Hunt Slonem” New York Sun. June 12. pp.22 ill. Gist, Taylor. “Pet Project” Times-Picaqyune: Inside Out Louisiana. March 1. pp.24-26 McMullan, Patrick & Slonim, Jeffrey. “Society Pages” Interview Magazine August pp.134- 136 ill.

Frois, Jeanne. “Batchelor’s Resident Artist” Louisiana Life. Autumn pp.97-98 illus. “A Cubist Approach to Art” Canvas Magazine: Art of the Middle East & Arab World. November pp.108-113 ill. Scott, Gray & Stukenberg, Kate. “Clueless” PaperCity October. Pp.22-25, cover. Ill. Bonnar, Karen Doss. “Opening Minds to the Power of Art” Roanoke College Magazine. Issue One pp.12-17, cover. Ill. Hackett, Kathleen & Waldron, William. “Living Large” Elle Décor September pp.172 Abramovitch, Ingrid. & Upton, Simon. “Gloabal Impact” Elle Décor Dec. pp.144-146 ill. Mhaae, Hpakahe. “High Creativity” Mykonos Magazine. Summer pp. 268-269, ill. “Cuadro Museum Inaugurated” The Gulf Today: Home. Dubai, UAE pp.2 ill. 2007 Katz, Vincent. “Pleasure Palaces: The Art and Homes of Hunt Slonem” PowerHouse Books: New York Gearson, Tierney. “They Really are A Scream; A Hudson River Victorian Manse is the Backdrop for a Kooky Tweed-clad Family Outing”. New York Magazine,The Fall Fashion Issue, August 27, pp. 92-99, ill. Wadler, Joyce. “Southern Gothic: Ghosts Welcome.” The New York Times, May 31, ill. Warren, Bonnie. “An Artist & His Mansions.” Louisiana Life, Summer 2007, pp. 22-24, MacCash, Doug. “Hunt Slonem’s Art Tickles His Fancy”. Times-Picayune, Aug. 3rd, ill. Gruber,Rick. “Hunt Slonem: Artist & Collector”. Country-Roads Magazine, September Schillinger, Liesl. “Runway or Hallway, It’s a Matter of Flair”. The New York Times, Sunday, September 9th., ill. McMullan, Patrick. “Glamour Girls” Patrick McMullan Company, Henry R Abrams Publishing pp. 223 Bancroft, Debbie. “Seasonal Treats” Avenue Magazine December pp.18, illus. Coleman, Mary. “Ready for the Season” Connecticut Cottages & Gardens December pp.125 Hale, Lara. “The Art of the Party”, Kansas City Spaces, Holiday 2007 pp.168-177 ill. Santelices, Manuel. “Laberinto de Pasiones” Casas December. pp. 22-26 illus. “Fall Leaves” Papercity Magazine, October. Pp. 78 ill. Guarnieri, Anne-Marie “Books” Gotham Magazine, October. Pp.140. ill. Miebach, Barbel. “Ekato Qwuatia Gia Evav Vovo Evoiko” Edeuporvia February 18, pp.78-81. LaFarge, Brian. “Birds of Paradise in a Self-Contained World” Times of Acadiana Nov. 21. pp. 40 ill. Stern, Paul. “Pull Up a Chair” Black Book June/July, pp. 34 ill. Essex, Sara. “Style” New Orleans Homes & Lifestyles July, page 12 ils. “Above the Store” Louisiana Life Autumn, page 25 ill. “Books” Gotham October, page 140 ill. Breakstone, Stephanie. “Fully Booked” Elle Décor. December, pp54-55 ill. Peack, Renee. “Shelf Help: Homes Sweet Homes” Times-Picayune September 15, page 3 Robinson, W. “Hunt Slonem in the House”, August 9 Gogol, Ariella. “Books: Pleasure Palaces the Art and Homes of Hunt Slonem”, November 11. illus. Doyle, Alice Welsh. “Holiday Gift Guide” Southern Accents October 29. illus. 2006 Frank, Peter. “Review of In Flight, by Hunt Slonem, Don O’Melveny”, Art News November 4- 30 “Two Extraordinary Works of Art”, Art & Antiques Magazine, September 2006 Nixon, Jason Oliver & Mackenzie Dawson Parks, “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner”, Gotham Magazine, Summer 2006

“Albania Restored” St. Mary & Franklin Banner Tribune, Louisiana. May 12, 2006 Shi, Jim “Carolina’s Madison Avenue Fiesta”, The Daily Scene April 26, 2006 Ricapito, Maria. “A House Called Albania.” In Style Home, Fall/Winter 2006, p.129 – 137 Tutwiler, Mary. “Ageless Beauty.” The Independent Weekly (Lafayette, LA), October 18. Carlson, Contance. “Gloriously Gothic,” Hudson Valley Magazine, September 2006, p. 54 -59. Devlin, Ryan and Danielle Levitt. “Parker’s People.” Premiere Magazine, November 2006, p. 86., illus. Gill, Kathryn, “Completed in 1874, Kingston’s Cordts Mansion has Rich History.” Daily Freeman (Kingston, NY), July 31. Pospischil, Doris. “Poison Yellow and Pink: The Exotic Worlds of Hunt Slonem.” Drive Magazine, pp. 55 – 59. Sugliano, Claudia, “Colore a tutti I costi.” Antiquariato, March, 2006, pp. 62 – 69 ill. Linda, Sara. “Special Features – Hunt Slonem.” Florida Design, March 2006,pp. 416-418. ill. Champagne, Karma, “Albania Mansion Rescued from Decay.” The Daily Iberian (New Iberia, LA), May 24, Tropiano, Dolores. “Gallery to Host Artist at Reception for Current Show.” Scottsdale Republic, March 16 Nichols, Kimberly. “The Tropical World of Hunt Slonem.” The Bottom Line, March 17, pp. 92-93. Christopher, Valerie. “Where the Wild Things Are.” Desert Post Weekly, March 2 – 8, pp. 26. “Limelight – Out & About.” LA Confidential Magazine, March/April pp. 332. 2005 Robinson, Walter. “Hurricane Katrina and the Arts.” Artnet, September 15 Wexler, Kathryn. “Fashion world does its part for storm aid.” Miami Herald, September 16 Roberts, Mike. Pensacola News Journal Weekender, June 17 – 23 Hinojosa, Cassandra. “Slonem’s Art Goes Coastal.” Caller Times, Corpus Christi, TX, August 11 Cook-Romero, Elizabeth. “His Caged Birds Sing.” Pasatiempo, September 2 – 8. McBain, Roger. “Slonem Finds Spiritual Side of Exotic Life, Art.” Evansville Courier & Press, June 9. McRoberts-Mitchell, “Rainforest Foundation US 2005 Calendar- Quotes by Elton John, Brad Pitt, Robin Williams, Tom Hanks, et al.”, Rainforest Foundation US, [Calendar], all ill. Serrell, Allison, “Cordt’s Mansion.”, At Home in the Hudson Valley, Chronicle Books, illus. p. 72-9 Roversi, Paolo (photographer), “Flights of Fancy”, W Magazine, April, illus., p.183 - 205 Leffingwell, Edward, “Hunt Slonem at Marlborough Chelsea”, Art in America, March, p.140-141 Wadler, Joyce, “Boldface Names”, New York Times, March 3, sect. B2 Helander, Bruce, “Bird’s Eye View”, Art of the Times, February, illus., p.16-17 Afanador, Ruven (photographer), “Day Dreams”, Elle, February, illus., Fashion spread Henderson, Stephen, “Dixie Dreamin’ ”, Palm Beach Cottages & Gardens, illus., p.72-9 Calloway, Stephen, “Obsessions”, Mitchell Beazley 2004, illus. p.50-3 2004 Gabetti, Christina, “Stephanie Seymour: Un Eden a Manhattan”, Elle (Italy), December, p. 150-4 Steinberg, Claudia, “Spuk Schloss am Hudson”, Architektur & Wohnen, December, p. 82-90 & p.188 Steinberg, Claudia, “Ganz Schon Exzentrisch”, Madame, November, p. 74-9 Price, Anne, “For the birds”, Advocate, October 27, sect. Arts Weinstein, Elizabeth, “Hunt Slonem”, LASM Quarterly, Fall, p. 4-5 Keeps, David, Duran, Tony (photographer),”Jennifer Lopez - It’s Hard to be me”, Marie Claire, September, p.114-20

Camper, Fred, Chicago Reader, July 30, Critics choice, sect. 2 Steinberg,Claudia, “For a New York Artist, a canvas of 100 rooms”, The New York Times, July 22, sect. F “Where Fashion Meets Art”, New York Times, May 5, sect. ZB6 Deitch, Dr. Lew “Flights of Fancy”, Art Book of the New West, March, p.34-5 Wadler, Joyce, “Boldface Names”, New York Times, February 20, sect. B2 2003 Afanador, Ruven (photographer), “L’Arte Della Seduzione”, Vanity Fair (Italy), illus. p. Slonim, Jeffrey“The Manor Reborn”, Elle Décor, November, illus., p.226- 233 Dane Rogers, Patricia, “Bench Impressed”, The Washington Post, October 2, sect. H3 Gwathmy, Charles, “The Benches of Central Park”, New York Daily News, September, 30, illus., p.43-45 Wozniak, Mary, “Von Liebig Art Center hosts two summer exhibits”, The News Press, June 7, Sect. B “Marlborough Goes Natural”, Cote Magazine (France), June, illus. Tunney, Peter, “The Birdman of Chelsea”, Trump World, May, illus. p. 48, 50 “Exposition: Galerie Marlborough”, l’Essentiel (France), May 10, illus., p. 21 S. Bernard/D. Schoeneman, “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner: Inside the City’s best Dinner parties”, New York Magazine, May 5, ill. p.25 Gundega Cebere, “American Art in Riga”, Maksla Plus (Latvia), February, illus. p. 10-13 S. Bolton/G. Kessler (photographers), “Let’s Shop”, Gotham, February, illus. p. 40 Ballentine, Sandra, “Footnotes”, Style section, New York Times Magazine, February 23, illus. p. 62-63 Watts, Ben (photographer) “Cargo Class”, Elle, January, illus. p. 138 2002 Slava, Laima, “Like Children in a Candy Store”, Studija (Latvia), December, illus., p.68-69 Osadchaya, Irina, “Art as an Instrument of Diplomats”, Architecture & Design (Russia), October, illus, p. 24-29 Clifton-Mogg, Caroline, “A Passion For Collecting”, Aurum Press 2002, p. 96-97, 102-103,121, 159, 180-181. Dinerman, Barbara, “Winged Victory”, Arts And Antiques, Contemporary Showcase, December 2002, p.68-70. Woods, Vicki, “Brillo De Estrella”, Vogue En Espanol, November 2002, illus.-cover, p.100-105. Battiste, Janice, “The Rainforest on the River: Hunt Slonem in his Studio,” New York Living, October 2002, p. 20-21. Illus.-cover, pp.20-21. Woods, Vicki, “Sparkling Star”, American Vogue, September 2002, illus. cover, p.616-621. Stefánsson, Páll, “Hunt’s World,” Atlantica, Icelandair, July-August 2002, p. 16-17. Illus.-p.16-17. Art in the Embassies Exhibition, catalogue, Regional Program Office, Vienna, Austria, 2002, p.6, Illus.-p.6. “Stitch and Pixel”, 21st Century Voices On Renaissance Tapestries at the Met, Tate Magazine, September/ October, p.42. Katz, Vincent, “Finches, Ferns and Fantasies,” The World of Interiors, July 2002, p. 106-113, Illus.-p.106-113. Vallongo, Sally, “Slonem’s winged world,” The Blade, Wednesday, June 5, 2002, p.1-2, Illus.- p.1. Miebach, Barbel, “ Le bonheur est dans les couleurs,” Maison Française, Number 517, April-May 2002, pp. 102-107. Illus.-cover, pp. 101, 102-7. Kuspit, Donald, “Hunt Slonem: An Art Rich and Strange,” New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 2002. Fully Illustrated. Byrne, Chris, “The Original Print: Understanding Technique in Contemporary Fine Printmaking,” Madison, Wisconsin:

Guild Publishing, 2002, llus. pp. 106-7, 116-17, 124. Lo Vetro, Gianluca, “le Collezioni Di Massimo Osti,” IO Donna, January 2002, pp 124-127 Kino, Carol, “Hired Hands,” Art & Auction, February 2002, pp. 102-111 Illus. p.103 Kalogerakis, George, “Mind Games,” New York, February 18, 2002, pp. 66-73 Duran, Tony (photographer), “Each Day is Valentine’s Day,” GQ, February 2002, pp. 124-127 Barnes, Brooks, “The Hot New Subject: You,” The Wall Street Journal, February 8th, 2002, p. w1 & w12, Illus.-p. w12 Szabo, Julia, “Animal House,” Traditional Home, March 2002, pp. 66- 68 Illus. P. 66 Jason Sellards, “Portfolio,” Genre, March 2002, pp.42-43. Johnson, Richard, “Body of Work,” New York Post, Saturday March 9th 2002, p.10. Slonim, Jeffrey, “Grace Notes,” New York Post, Sunday, March 17th, 2002, p.38. McMullan, Patrick (photographer), “Scene,” New York, March 25- April 1st, 2002, p.20. Geddes-Brown, Leslie, “The Color Design File,”Ryland, Peters and Small, 2002, Illus. p.30 top right. 2001 “Quirky Art,” AZ Republic-Scottsdale Section, Arizona, October 13th Donohue, Jewel, “Hunt Slonem: Birds of a Feather,” Animal Fair, Summer Issue, pp. 28-31 Calloway, Stephen, DIVINELY DECADENT, Mitchell Beazley (publisher), London, p. 48 “Birds of a Feather,” Art & Antiques Weekly, June 8, 2001, p. 47 Szabo, Julia, “Pets, Works of Art,” New York Post, May 6, p. 48 Weld, Jacqueline, “Society; Out & About,” On the Avenue, May 3, p.2 Claridge, Laurann, “Social Show,” PaperCity, Houston , TX. April, p.4 Sloley,Emma, “On The Hunt,” Harpers Bizaar Australia, January-February 2001, p.79 Rozensztroch, Daniel, “Un Loft Flamboyant,” Marie Claire Maison, December 2000- January 2001, pp.164- 173 2000 Cook, Cindi, “He Dreams in Technicolor,” Manhattan Style, November-December, pp.219-222 Bouchez, Hilde, “Het Huis Van De Artist,” De Standard Magazine, Belgium, June 16th, No. 24, p22 Badessi, Laurant Elie, SKIN, Stemmle publishers, New York, p. 126 MacDonald, Mary, “Their Hawaii,” Avenue, May 2000, Vol. 4 No. 9, p.73 Bane, Carolyn, “All For The Birds,” Flatiron, Vol. 6 No. 1, Spring 2000 Schwan, Gary, “Exhibits Showcase 3 Artists,” Palm Beach Post, April 23, 2000 “Artist Hunt Slonem Prints in Michigan while He Paints in His New York Lofts,” Journel of the Print World, Vol. 23, No. 1, Winter Jenkins, David, “American Booty,” The Sunday Telegraph Magazine, London England, March 5, 2000 1999 Garbarino, Steve, “Birds of a Feather,” Details, April 1999, pp. 126-131 Goren, Mauela, “Birds Land,” February 1999, pp. 116, 117 Slonim, Jeffrey, “The Absurdists,” Manhattan File, January 1999, p. 58 Adney, Edway, “CAT,” Ivy Press, p.298, 367 ill. 1998

Coleman, David, “Chelsea Rising,” Elle Décor, Summer 1998, p. 108 Johnson, Ken, “Hunt Slonem Marlborough Chelsea”, Art in Review, New York Times, October 9, 1998, p. E38 Hogrese, Jeffrey, “Hunt Slonem’s Awakening”, The New York Observer, September 14 1998, p. 30, ill. Nahas, Domenique, “Hunt Slonem Marlborough Chelsea”, Review, The Critical State of Visual Arts in New York, October, p.21 Katz, Vincent, “Animal, Vegetable, Mystical”, Art in America, October 1998, pp. 126-129 McMullen, Patrick, “The Scene”, New York Magazine, October 5, 1998, p. 14, ill. Weld, Jacqueline, “Rara Avis”, Books & Company, New York, October 1998, cover painting, Hunt Slonem Waddington, Chris, “Slonem Walks Line Between Abstraction, Representation,” LAGNIAPPE, p15, New Orleans, May 22 Kahlil, Sean; Frank Sepe, Playgirl Magazine, Jan. 1998, pgs. 150-151, ill. 1997 Sato, Susumu Photography, New York City, “Portrait, Hunt Slonem,” Graphis Creative Showcase, p. 150 Peretti, Alberto, “Featherland”, Hunt Slonem, ‘Featherwall,’ Vogue Italia, July 1997, ill. Ribar, David, “Slingbrush,” Nashville Scene, May 8, 1997 Hunt Slonem, “Lucky Charm II, 1997,” B/W, Journal of the Print World, p. 45, “New Works by 3 Screen Print Artists,” Fall Hunt Slonem, “Lucky Charm and Lucky Charm II,” on paper, Journal of Prints, Drawings and Photography, Sept./Oct. Schlesinger, Toni, “Art Houses, Hunt Slonem, Painter,” The Village Voice, Shelter Supplement, pgs. 3-4, Sept. 30, 1997 Russel, Jenna, “Excess as an Art Form,” Bangor Daily News, Sept. 4, 1997, p. C4, ill. Reef, Pat Davidson, “Slonem’s Flights of Fancy,” Central Maine Newspaper, Aug. 17, 1997, p. D2, ill. Crane, Darrin, “Forces of Nature,” Taipei Gallery Review, Vol. II, No. 4, p. 45 ill. Toucans Vallongo, Sally, “Chairs of Design,” The Blade, April 24, 1997, p. 33 ill. Wibking, Angela, “Slonem exhibit features exotic art on massive scale,” Nashville Business Journal, Mar. 31, p.16 ill. “Our Critic’s Picks,” Nashville Scene, March 20, 1997, p. 43, ill. Bostick, Alan, “The Birdman of Soho,” The Tennessean, March 20, 1997, p. 33 ill. Chappell, Susan, “N.Y. painter flying high in ‘Exotic’ area exhibit,” The Tennessee Banner, March, 1997 Mahoney, Robert, “Hunt Slonem, Jeffrey Coploff,” TIME OUT NY, Feb. 13-20, 1997, p. 44 ill. Scott, Whitney,NY Post, Jan. 25, 1997, p.28 1996 Nichols, Ann.“ Painting donated to Chattanooga Theater”, Chattanooga Free Press, Dec. 15, 1996, p. N6 Foueher, Elaine, “RNA Studio-l’autre paradis de Hunt Slonem,” Nantes Pouche, Dec. 3, 1996 Cesbron,C.,”Hunt Slonem at KNA Studio,” QUEST FRANCE, Dec. 2, 1996 Nahas, Dominique,”Art and Sensual Drive/Energizer 2” Jane Thurn Gallery, REVIEW ARt, Dec. 1,1996 Waddington, Chris, Art, ”Abstractions Take Wing Under Colorful NY Artist,” LAGNIAPPE, p. 28, New Orleans, LA Osburne, Lawrence, The New York Scene 1996, GOTLANDS KONST MUSEUM, Illustration - Monsoon, p. 14 Lorenz, Lee, The Art of the New Yorker 1925-1995, “Self Portrait by Hunt Slonem”, p. 158, 1996 (cont.) Cosper, Darcy, “Urban Remedy Ritual Healing”, METROPOLIS MAGAZINE, October, 1996 Slivka, Rose, C.S., “From the Studio”, Hunt Slonem’s Birds, EASTHAMPTON STAR, October 24, 1996 Gargiulo, Gerald J., “Art Byte”, Review Hunt Slonem, Vered Gallery, THE INDEPENDENT, October 23, 1996

Kean, Amy, In The Gallery, “Follow Your Nose”, NEW YORK POST, July 27, 1996 “Hunt Slonem Cokatoo Prints”, JOURNAL OF THE PRINT WORLD, Summer 1996 Sokolowski, Tom,. Arning, Bill. “Curating the “80s”, VILLIAGE VOICE, April 30, 1996, p. 93-94 Compere, Rita, Le Paradise de Hunt Slonem, “Decors”, March/April 1996, pp. 132-139 Janowitz, Tama, “Bird Man of Houston Street”, ELLE DECOR, Feb/March 1996, p. 158-163 Colborn, Marge, DETROIT NEWS, cover, February 10th, 1996 “Osadia y temeridad”, EL PAIS, January 1996, p. 8, Barcelona, Spain. 1995 Wooley, Robert. “Biography, “Going Once” Simon And Shuster, 1995, Pp, 136-137 Cadena, El Periodico, November 1995, P. 27, Barcelona, Spain “La Vanguardia” Y La Revista Goya, November 17, 1995, P. 49, Barcelona, Spain Deed, “Us Painter Slonem At Manila Pen For Exhibit And Charity Auction”, Manila Bulletin, Nov.18, 1995, P. 30 Cohen,Ronnie, Review Lannon Gallery Show, Art Forum, November 1995, P. 94 “Bryant Park Grill” Interior Design, October 1995 Pp. 108-111 Il Finch, Charles, “Bird Man Of Bryant Park”, Hamptons, July 28, 1995 Bernard, Jami “Exhibit”, Daily News, July 22, 1995 “Galeristin Bringht Kunst Aus Usa Nach Stendahl”, Volksstime, July 7, 1995 Edelman, Robert, “”Hunt Slonem Abstracts The Aviary”, Cover, Summer, Pp. 18-19 Greene, Gael, “Forget Paris”, New York Magazine June 5, 1995 P. 91 Gill, Brendan, “Miracle On 42Nd Street”, New Yorker, June 19, 1995, P. 31-32 Young, Lucie, “Two Roads To Splendid: One Long, The Other Short”, New York Times, May 25, P. C3 Krell, Olga, “Gothic Cage,” Arte E Design (Brazil), Sato, Susume, “Hunt Slonum Beyond Audubon,” Replan, (Tokyo, Japan), March, Pgs. 74-79 Holiday, Kate, “Inside The Flight Cage” New Orleans Art Review, Jan-Feb 1995, Pgs 18-19, (Il) Waddington, Chris, “Bold Bird Painter” Times Picayuane, Jan. 20, 1995, Pg 14, (Ill Lagniappe) Waddington, Chris, “There Is Art Beyond Monet” Times Picyuane, Jan 1, 1995, Pg. 17 Szabo, Julie. “Predicting Greatness: Henry Geldzahler’s 14 Favorite Artists.” New York Magazine, Jan 16, 1995, Pp.42-47. 1994 Indiana, Gary. “For The Birds-Hunt Slonem” In Living With Animals. Winchester, Mass: Faber & Faber, Inc., Pp.141-148. Parish, Betsy. “Sunday Style.” The Houston Post, Dec 18, 1994. Chadwick, Susan. “Review: Hunt Slonem Robert Mcclain & Co.” The Houston Post, Dec 16, 1994. Brody, Jacqueline. “Review Of Toucans Print By Stewart & Stewart.” The Print Collector’s Newsletter, Vol.Xxv, No. 5, Nov-Dec Illles, Vera. “Tentoonstellingen: Vogels En Heiligen.” Elsevier (Amsterdam, Holland),Sep 10, 1994, P.104, (Il). Thorson, Alice. “Hunt Slonem Tribute Is A Fine-Feathered Way To Honor Artist.” The Kansas City Star, Sun, Aug 14, P.J3 Cohn, Edie. “Lembo Bohn.” Interior Design,May 1994, Pp.232-233, (Il). “Art Spotlight: What’s Happening In The Arts,” The Tennessean (Nashville), Mar. 20, 1994, P.13, (Il Chattering Lorries). Katz, Vincent. “Review: Hunt Slonem At Helander Gallery.” Art In America, Feb. 1994, Pp.101-102, 111. “Der Amerikaner Hunt Slonem Im Kunstchalter.” Kolner Stadt-Anzeiger (Cologne), Nr.14, Dienstag, Jan 18 1994, P.15.

1993 Herrman, Ralph. “Sinnlig Abstrakt Fogelkonst.” Dagens Industri (Stockholm), Dec 6, 1993. Slesin, Suzanne. “Modernism And Mysticism, Coverage In A New York Loft.” New York Times, Jul 29, 1993, P.C6. Dorance, Scott. “The Fashionable Eye.” New York Magazine, P.61, Mar 29, 1993. “Shells.” Interview Magazine, Feb 1993. Edmondson, Anthony. “Hunt Slonem, In The Realm Of The Spirit.” V-Central & Western Virginia Arts & Entertainment, Jan, P.20, 46. Altabe, Joan. “Birds Of A Feather Flock To Mira Mar Gallery.” Sarasota Herald-Tribune, Jan 8, 1993, P.18, (Il). 1992 Pener, Degan. “Style: Crazy For Birds, But No Birdy.” New York Times, Nov 15, 1992, P.B4. “Running Out Of Time.” South China Morning Post, Oct 14, 1992, P.3.Fl Auty, Giles. “Weighty Implications.” The Spectator, (London) Sept. 5, 1992 Slonem, Hunt. “Birds In Spirit.” Bird Talk Magazine, August 1992, Pp.8-10, (Il). Princenthal, Nancy. “Review.” Art In America, June 1992, P.104, (Il). Vallongo, Sally. “Review.” Artnews, Jun 1992, P.144, (Il). Vallongo, Sally. “Flying Off In A New Direction Hunt Slonem Opts For Softer More Reflective Works.” The Blade (Toledo, Ohio) Apr 23, P.43. Findsen, Owen. “Final Friday Becomes The Main Event.” The Cincinnati Enquirer, Apr 1992, P.B4. Hampton, Howard. “On Heavy Metal.” Artforum,Apr 1992, P.13-14, (Il “Cockatoos”). Seville, Kaede. “Hunt Slonem.” Nikkei Women (Tokyo), Apr 1992. Pp.52-54, (Il). Liebmann, Lisa. “Review.” New Yorker Mar 9, 1992, P.10. Haroche, Kim. “Hunt Slonem At La Galerie.”St. Barths Magazine, Mar 1992, P.12. Servin, James.” Spectator Sport: Inspirationalsquawks Fill Artist’s Bird Land Loft.”Special Feature) Associated Press, Mar 6 “Self Portrait Hunt Slonem.” New Yorker, Mar 2, 1992, P.12. (Il). Cembalest, Robin. “Safety Net.” Artnews, Mar 1992, P.18 Thorson, Alice. “Initial Interest Lures You Deeper.” Kansas City Star Art Journal, Jan 19, 1992, P.J4, (Il). Schwan, Gary. “New York Exhibition Inventive Cheeky.” The Palm Beach Post, Jan 31, 1992 P.28. Elton, Lars. “Eksotisk Og Fargerikt.” (“Exotic And Colorful”) Tique (Stockholm), Jan Guccione, Antonio. “Faces Of New York,” 1992. 1991 Martin, Douglas. “About New York: Artist Draws Inspiration From His Birds, All 72 Of Them.”New York Times, Dec 25, P.35 (Il). Kokkin, Dan. “Rimelig Fugleesker.”(“Reasonable Birdlover.”), Dagensnaeringsliv, (Oslo) Dec 7, 1991. Sokolov, Raymond. “Style.” Wall Street Journal, Dec 3, 1991, P.A13. Flor, Harold. “Kultur, Fugler I Fabrikhallen.”Dagbladet (Oslo), Nov 23, 1991, P.27. Copeland, Irene. “Object Of Desire.”Cosmopolitan, Oct 1991, P.209 (Il). Nash, Jesse. “Law Of The Jungle.” New Orleans Art Review, Mar-Apr 1991, P.24. Green, Roger. “Exotic Birds, Thoughtful Art.” (Lagniappe) Times Picayune Review, P.21 (Il). Segerstrom-Sato, Rebecca. “Hunt Slonem And His Birds.” Idea Magazine (Tokyo), Feb 1991, Vol.225, Pp.118-121. (Il). Baldegreen, Alicia. The Bed Book. New York:Stewart, Tabori & Chang, 1991,Pp.110-111, (Il). “Hunt Slonem: My Life-People In New York.”Tokyo: Travel Information Satellite,1991,

P.9, (Il). Starving Artists Cookbook. New York: Edia Books, 1991, P.55. (Il). Mitrotti, Roberto. “Hunt Slonem,” In Next: Arte E Cultura Italy, P. 80 (Il). 1990 Raynor, Vivien. “Art: Birds Behind Bars (And Some Are Real). The New York Times, Nj Sunday, Nov 18, 1990, P.20, (Il). Zeaman, John. “Art: A Schema Of Themes.” The Record (Bergen, Nj) Oct 12, 1991, P.11, (Il). Watkins, Eileen. Environmental Concerns Inspire Sculptor, Painters At William Paterson,” The Sunday Star-Ledger (Nj), Oct 14, 1990, Sect.4, P.17, (Il). Rafferty, Carole. “Nature Backdrop For”Artistic Passion,” The Beacon, Oct 1, 1990 Adams, Brooks. “Art.” Vogue, July 1990, Pp.94-99. Bernard, Jami. “Hunt Slonem.” Hamptons, Jul 1990, P.38, (Ill). Katz, Vincent. “A Jury Of Our Peer’s Ears,” Interview, Jul 1990, P.42. Schwan, Gary. “Art.” Palm Beach Post Jun 1, 1990, P.27. Cyphers, Peggy. “Review.” Arts Magazine, April 1990, P.111. Murphy, Jay. “New Orleans.” Contemporenea, Feb 1990, P.32. 1989 “Hunt Slonem In New Hope.” Antiques & The Arts, Nov 3, 1989, (Il) Snow, Constance. “Art Exhibit Garners Attention For Delgado.” Times Picayune, Sep 10, 1989, P.32, (Il). Hess, Elizabeth. “Review: Hunt Slonem At Paula Allen Gallery.” Village Voice, May 23, 1989, P.93.Fl Mcgill, Douglas. “Finding Art For A Film.” The New York Times, May 6, 1989, P.34C. Bruner, Louise. “Exploring Hunt Slonem’s Tropical Dream World.” The Blade (Toledo), Apr 16, 1989, P.1, (Il). Mahoney, Robert. “Gallery Slaves In Shackles.” New York Press, Apr 7, 1989, Pp.14-15. Taylor, Paul. “Art For Arts Sake,” The New York Times, Mar 12, 1989, P.22H, (Il). “Slave Trade.” Interview, Mar 1989, P.107, (Il). Schwabsky, Barry. “Hunt Slonem.” Arts Magazine, Jan 1989, P.88, (Il). Mudfish 3. Box Turtle Press, 1989. (Cover Painting.) 1988 Green, Roger. “Review.” Times Picayune,Oct 16, 1988, (Il). Mahoney, Robert. “Review.” Arts Magazine, Sep 1988, P.105, (Il). Kohen, Helen. “Artist’s Works Shine At South Campus.” Miami Herald, Aug 26, 1988, P.10C. “Masterpieces.” New York Woman, Jun-Jul 1988 Pp.76-77, (Il). Kass, Ray. “Hunt Slonem At Jason Mccoy.”Artforum, Jun 1988, Pp.137-138 (Il). Conlin,Jennifer. “Birds Of A Feather.” HG, Apr 1988, Pp.138-141, (Il). Smith, Roberta. “Hunt Slonem At Jason Mccoy Inc.” The New York Times, Mar 25, 1988. Dorsey, John. “Review Of Paintings And Watercolors At G.H.Dalsheimer Gallery.” Baltimore Sun, Jan 27, 1988. Merrit, Robert. “Slonem Crosses Religious Spectrum.” Richmond Times Dispatch,Jan 22, 1988, P.C-11. Proctor, Roy. “Artist’s Vision Dazzles Senses.”Richmond News Leader, Jan 22, 1988, P.22, (Il).

Van De Ven. “Hunt Slonem Gallerie Dede Grutzmacher.” N.R.C.Handelsblad (Netherlands) Jan 21, 1988. Levisson, Karel. “Slonem Makes Fantastic Way To Paradise Lost.” Couvant Twentsche (Netherlands), Jan 20, 1988. “New Harvest Enschede.” Dagblad Turbantia (Netherlands) Jan 16, 1988 Mudfish. Box Turtle Press, 1988 (Cover Painting) 1987 Tully, Judd. “Altered States.” Cover Arts, Sep 1987, P.19, (Il). Mungenast, Kim. “Hunt Slonem’s Painting Full Of Vivid Color Images.” The Times Record, Brunswick, Me, Aug 7, 1987, P.18, (Il). Beem, Edgar Allen. “The Birdman & The Master Builder.” Maine Times, Jul 31,1987Pp.30-31, (Il). Jacks, Shirley. “The Birdman Of The Bowery,” Maine Sunday Telegraph, Jul 19, 1987, P.36A, (Il). Art Extreme No.7, Spring-Summer, P.13 (Il). Lipson, Karen Ann. “Considering What Makes Religious Art.” New York Newsday, Apr 4, 1987, P.7. Dhyaneshwan, Nadkami. “Review.” Times Of India (Bombay), Feb 22, 1987. Doctor, Geeta. “From The Unexpected To Kitsch.” Indian Express (Madras, India),Jan 31, 1987, P.14. U.V.. “A Brilliant Color Play And 3-D Effect.”The Hindu (Madras, India) Jan 30, 1987, P.3. Mudfish 2. Box Turtle Press, 1987, P.78 (Il) Janowitz, Tama. “American Dad.” New York: Crown Publishers, Inc. 1987 (Cover Painting). 1986 Mcdonald, Robert. “Nature Gets Big Boost By Slonem.”Los Angeles Times, Nov 15, 1986, P.6, (Il). Sichel, Andy. “Expecting The Barbarians.” Downtown No.10, June 4, Pp.4A-6A, (Il). Slesin, Suzanne. The International Book Of Lofts. New York: Clarkson Potter Inc., 1986, Pp.87-89. 1985 Brenson, Michael. “Review.” The New York Times, Dec 20, 1985. Bohm-Duchen, Monica. “Flsh Art Review-Nine Painters From New York, Fabian Carlson.” London Flsh Art, (Milan), Oct-Nov 1985. Henry, Gerrit. “Review.” Art In America, Oct 1985.Pp.153-154. Rankin, Aimee. “The Parameters Of Precious.” Art In America, Sep 1985, P.113, (Il). Raynor, Vivien. “Stigmata.” The New York Times, Jul 12, 1985. Makos, Christopher. “Making History.” Interview, Jul 1985. Frawley, Joan. “Artists Turn To Religion.” National Catholic Register, Jun 23, 1985, (Il). Indiana, Gary. “Framing Creatures.” Village Voice, May 7, 1985, (Il). Glueck, Grace. “Religion Makes An Impact As Theme In Today’s Art.” The New York Times, Apr 7, 1985(Il). Schwabsky, Barry. “Exotica.” Arts Magazine, Mar 1985, (Il) Merritt, Robert.”Drawings Represent Several Approaches.”Richmond Times-Dispatch, Jan 27, 1985. Proctor, Roy. “These Drawings Are Huge.” The Richmond News Leader, Jan 26, 1985.

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