Dabkowski, Colin, "The work of art: Albright-Knox shows explore labor, portraiture," The Buffalo News, May 4, 2015 

McQuaid, Cate, "Diverse voices celebrated in MassArt's Adderley show," The Boston Globe, October 28, 2014 
Williamson, Damien, "The Evolution of Black America as seen through the eye of the artist: Quintenz Gallery hosts group show of African-American art," Aspen Daily News, July 1, 2014

Dabkowski, Colin, "Fine Burchfield Penney show features Spain Rodriguez, Jacqueline Tarry," The Buffalo News, December 15, 2012 

Hicks, Cinque, "McCallum and Tarry invoke a more subtle conversation about race," Creative Loafing, October 5, 2010  
Blake Gopnik, "Bradley McCallum-Jacqueline Tarry exhibit at Baltimore's Contemporary Museum," Washington Post, May 16, 2010 

Edan Corkill, “So what then was 1968 all about?”
Japan Times, May 1, 2009
Jonathan T.D. Neal, “Prospect .1New Orleans,” Art Review, Jan/Feb 2009, Review
Hrag Vartanian, "Art in the Shadow of Katrina: Exploring Prospcet New Orleans," Brooklyn Rail, February 4, 2009
Lilly Wei, “Deliverance: the Biennial,” Art In America, February 2009, New Orleans Report

Roberta Smith, “Kaleidoscopic Biennial for a Scarred City,” The New York Times, November 4, 2008: C1
Christina S.N. Lewis, “ The Big Easy’s Art Gumbo,” The Wall Street Journal, October 31, 2008: W2.
Jeremy Abernathy, “McCallum and Tarry: Within Our Gates,” Art Voices, November 2008, Review
Catherine Fox, “Tower Setting Powerful for ‘60’s Video Montage,” The Atlanta-Journal Constitution, Oct. 19, 2008
Joyce Youmans, "McCallum and Tarry: Evidence of Things Not Seen," Burnaway.org, Dec. 29, 2008
Drew Jubera, “Old Tower a Pointer to Past,” The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, September 28, 2008
Mariuccia Casadio, “Colorful,” Italia Vogue, August 2008
Susan Richmond, “Bradley McCallum +Jacqueline Tarry,” Art Papers, July/August 2008, Review
Catherine Fox,  “Visions of Race Vex,” Atlanta Journal-Constitution, April 6, 2008, Review
Caroline Figwer, “En Ligne.” Cimaise, December 2007 – February 2008

Micheal Amy, “Bradley McCallum and Jacqueline Tarry at Caren Golden,” Art in America, December 2007
Benjamin Genocchio, “Hotel Rooms Set the Scene, and 45 Artists Star,” The New York Times, Aug.5, 2007, Review
Linda Yablonsky, “Hotel Rooms Become Overnight Stars,”, The New York Times, July 8, 2007, Arts

Nord Wennerstrom, "Bradley McCallum and Jacqueline Tarry: Conner Contemporary Art," Artforum, October 2006.
Joseph R. Wolin, "Legacies: Contemporary Artists Reflect on Slavery," Time Out New York, 6-12 July 2006: 55.
R. C. Baker, "Southern Gothic," The Village Voice, 28 June-4 July 2006: C53.
Holland Cotter, "Emancipation Remains a Work in Progress," The New York Times, 20 June 2006: Front Page, The Arts

Holland Cotter, "Posing, Speaking, Revealing," The New York Times, 24 August 2005: Front Page, The Arts
Benjamin Genocchio, "Trapped in Nether-Nether Land," New York Times, NJ- Arts, 7 August 2005
Dan Bischoff, "Street Scenes," The Stare-Ledger, 8 July 2005: Front Page

Tina Potterf, "Strife, Addiction, Hope, "Endurance,"" The Seattle Times, 17 February 2004: E1-2.

Erin Barnett, "New Museum Curator"s Picks," newmuseum.org, December 2003.
Louis Jacobson, "Civic Endurance," Washington City Paper, 7-13 November 2003.
Jessica Dawson, "Still Life With Street Corner and Homeless Kids," Washington Post, 6 November 2003: C5.
Franklin Sirmans, "The Spirit of Endurance,"
In Civic Endurance, exh. cat., Conner Contemporary Art,
Washington, DC, 2003.
Michael O"Sullivan, "McCallum, Tarry Take a Stand," Washington Post, 24 October 2003: WE50.
Blake Gopnik, "Here and Now," Washington Post, 19 Oct. 2003: N3.
Glenn Dixon, "Children of No Standing," Washington Post Express, 16 October 2003: N3.
Keisha Lewis, " Silent Witnessing: Questioning Sacred Spaces," NKA: Journal of Contemporary African Art, Spring/Summer 2003, no. 18: 96-97.

Ana Finel Honigman, "Public and Private Investigation: A Conversation with Bradley McCallum and Jacqueline Tarry," Sculpture, Vol. 21, no. 7: 64-69.
Franklin Sirmans, "Bradley McCallum and Jacqueline Tarry, "Silence" Time Out New York, 2-9 May 2002, no. 344.
Courtney J. Martin, "Civil Servants," One World, Vol. 7, no. 3: 110-112.

Stacy Stowe, "Congregation Thinks Twice about a Depiction of a Segregated Past," New York Times, 3 Dec. 2001: F1.
Randall Beach, "Sins of the Past," New Haven Register, 9 Sept. 2001: B1.
Christian Schaernack, "Guiliani Meint es Ernst," Art Das Kunstmagazin, Nr. 6, 2001.
Jose Martinez, "Art Labeled Anti-cop," Daily News [New York, NY], 18 April 2001.
Jenni Sorkin, "Bradley McCallum and Jacqueline Tarry," Frieze, Jan."Feb. 2001: 109-110.
David Ebony, "Feds Spurn Police Brutality Art," Art in America, Feb. 2001:
Judy Birke, "Pain and Provocation in "Black and Blue"," New Haven Register, 12 Nov. 2001: D1, D6.

Shaila K. Dewan, "Police Brutality Revisited, But Not on Federal Ground," New York Times, 3 Oct. 2000, late final ed.: B6.
Roberta Smith, "Stretching Definitions of Outdoor Sculpture," New York Times, 28 July 2000, late final ed.: E27-29.
Patricia Phillips, "Bradley McCallum, Cathedral Church of St John the Divine," Sculpture, June 2000: 71-72.
Janet Koenig, "Evidence of Blue," Afterimage, Mar./Apr. 2000: 12.

Bradley McCallum

Amanda Henry, "Sounds Out of Stone," Wisconsin State Journal [Madison, WI], 14 Oct. 2001: F1+
Mary Feingold, "Path of Voices winds through Madison High School," Madison Magazine, Oct. 2001: 21.

Joshua Tyree, "After the Violence, Art," Isthmus [Madison, WI], 16 June 2000: 22.
Dan Cameron, "The One Who Sees: In the Public Realm," In In the Public Realm: Installations by Bradley McCallum, exh. cat., Elvehjem Museum of Art, Madison, WI, 2000.
Kevin Lynch, "Melted Guns, Ghostly Silk Yield Wrenching Art," Capital Times [Madison, WI], 24 May 2000: C1.
John Aehl, "Out of Violence, Art," Wisconsin State Journal [Madison, WI], 30 April 2000: F1-5.

David Ebony, "NYCLU Hires Artist-in-Residence," Art in America, April 1999: Front page.
R. Gardner, "NYCLU Arts Initiative to Address Police Brutality," New York Observer, 22 Feb. 1999:
Paul Brickman, "Envisioning a World Without Brutality," Wisconsin State Journal [Madison, WI], 19 Jan. 1999: A1.
Chris Murphy, "Guns Into Art," Capital Times [Madison, WI], 18 Jan. 1999: Front Page.

Lucy Lippard, "The Consequences of Memory," In Permanence of Memory: Maine Veterans and Civilians Remember World War II, exh. cat., Maine College of Art, Institute of Contemporary Art, Portland, ME, 1998.
Kent Bloomer, "The Making of Memorials," In Permanence of Memory: Maine Veterans and Civilians Remember World War II, exh. cat., Maine College of Art, Institute of Contemporary Art, Portland, ME, 1998.
Mark H. C. Bessire, "Museum as Site," In Permanence of Memory: Maine Veterans and Civilians Remember World War II, exh. cat., Maine College of Art, Institute of Contemporary Art, Portland, ME, 1998.
Hank Hoffman, "Inspired Fear," New Haven Advocate, 17 Sept. 1998:
Judy Birke, "Fears exposed, examined in "inspired" exhibit," New Haven Register, 13 Sept. 1998: G2.
David Firestone, "Artist Gives Form to Free Speech," New York Times, 17 Nov. 1998: Public Lives-Metro Section

Lucy Lippard, The Lure of the Local: Senses of Place in a Multicentered Society (New York: New Press, 1997), 282.
Patricia Phillips, "Bradley McCallum," Sculpture, May"June 1997: 62-64.
David Ebony, "Swords Into Plowshares," Art in America, January 1997: Front Page.
Alberta Eiseman, "Sam, Elizabeth and the Victims of Guns," New York Times, 12 Jan. 1997: CN23.

Tom Condon, "Guns-to-Covers, A Great Idea," Hartford Courant, 1 Sept. 1996: B1.
Hanley, Christine, "Guns to Manhole Covers," Associated Press, 18 Oct. 1996.
Jane Keedle, "A Legacy of Violence," Hartford Advocate, 17 Oct. 1996: 17.
James Rondeau, catalogue essay, The Manhole Cover Project: A Gun Legacy, exh. cat., Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, Conn., 1996.

Joanne M. Pelton, "Artwork Revisits Yale Tragedy," New Haven Register, 22 Jan. 1995: A3.

"Environments Best of Category," I.D. Annual Design Review, June 1994: 109-112.
"The Aesthetic of Collaboration," New England Artist Trust (Vol. 4, 1994).

Richard Hertz, Theories of Contemporary Art, Second Edition, (Englewood, NJ Prentice Hall, 1993).

Suzi Gablik, The Re-Enchantment of Art, (New York: Thames and Hudson, 1991).
Suzi Gablik, "Toward an Ecological Self," New Art Examiner, Vol. 18, no. 5:
William Zimmer, "Photographers Capture Reality," New York Times, 8 Dec. 1991: 24CN.