Biographies


Tony Delap

1927 Born in Oakland, California; Lives and works in Corona del Mar, Calfiornia.

EDUCATION

1950 Claremont Graduate School, Claremont, California
1947 Menlo Junior College


SPECIAL PROJECTS/AWARDS

1989
Centinela Gateway Competition for Santa Monica Arts Commission Sculpture Project

1983 National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship Grant, Highest Award for Painting
Los Angeles Department of Airports, Statewide Sculpture Competition (1st Prize)

1974
University of California Regents' Creative Arts Fellowship
A.F.A. Ford Foundation Grant, Museum-in-Residence Program, Haverford, Pennsylvania

1964 Nealie Sullivan Award, San Francisco Art Institute


ONE-PERSON EXHIBITIONS

1998
Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Monica, California

1996
Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Monica, California
Modernism, San Francisco, California

1995
Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Monica, California

1994
Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Monica, California
California State University, Fullerton, California (catalogue)

1993
Gudrun Spielvogel Gallery, Munich, Germany

1992
Beatrix Wilhelm Gallery, Stuttgart, Germany
Allene LaPides Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
The Works Gallery, Santa Ana, California
Modernism, San Francisco, California

1991
Jan Turner Gallery, Los Angeles
The Works Gallery, Long Beach, California

1990
The Works Gallery, Long Beach, California

1989
Modernism, San Francisco, California (catalogue)
Jan Turner Gallery, Los Angeles
The Works Gallery, Long Beach, California

1987
Jan Turner Gallery, Los Angeles

1986
Modernism, San Francisco, California
The Works Gallery, Long Beach, California

1985
Janus Gallery, Los Angeles
Klein Gallery, Chicago, Illinois

1984
Robert Elkon Gallery, New York

1983
Janus Gallery, Los Angeles
Harbor College, San Pedro, California

1982
Robert Elkon Gallery, New York

1981
Janus Gallery, Los Angeles
Mathews Center Gallery, Arizona State University, Tempe

1980
Pierce College, Woodland Hills, California

1979
California State University, Chico, California
Janus Gallery, Venice, California
Robert Elkon Gallery, New York

1977
Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Beach, California
Casat Gallery, La Jolla, California
Robert Elkon Gallery, New York

1976
California State College, Bakersfield, California
Palomar College, San Marcos, California
Jack Glenn Gallery, Newport Beach, California
John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco, California
Nicholas Wilder Gallery, Los Angeles

1975
Santa Barbara Museum of Art, California
Robert Elkon Gallery, New York

1974
John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco, California
Art Gallery, California State University, Long Beach (catalogue)
Nicholas Wilder Gallery, Los Angeles

1973
Robert Elkon Gallery, New York

1972
Nicholas Wilder Gallery, Los Angeles

1970
Albright-Knox Award Exhibition, Carborundum Company, Albright-Knox
Museum, Buffalo, New York
Robert Elkon Gallery, New York

1969
Robert Elkon Gallery, New York

1968
University of California, Irvine, California (catalogue)
Felix Landau Gallery, Los Angeles

1967
Robert Elkon Gallery, New York
Dilexi Gallery, San Francisco, California

1966
Felix Landau Gallery, Los Angeles (catalogue)
Robert Elkon Gallery, New York

1965
Robert Elkon Gallery, New York

1964
San Francisco Art Institute, California

1963
Dilexi Gallery, San Francisco, California

1962
Edward Cain Gallery, Aspen, Colorado

1961
Quill Galleries, San Francisco, California

1960
Oakland Art Museum, Oakland, California
Lawrence Drake Gallery, Carmel, California

1954
Richmond Art Center, Richmond, California


GROUP EXHIBITIONS

1999

San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, California, "Material Issues:
Recent Gifts from the Collection of Katherine and James Gentry"

1998
Rocket Gallery, London, England, "L.A. Cool"
Modernism, San Francisco, California, "Selected Works on Paper"

1997
The Art Gallery, University of California, Irvine, "A Hotbed of Advanced Art, Four Decades of Visual Arts at UCI"
Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles, "Sensuality in Abstraction"

1996
Merging One Gallery, Santa Monica, California, "Index 17"
Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, Washington, "Microsoft Artwalk 12: Print Exhibition"

1995
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, "Made in L.A. The Prints of Cirrus Editions" (catalogue)
Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Beach, California, "Permanent Collection: Object and Image"
Louis Stern Fine Arts, Los Angeles, "Pasted Papers: Collage and the 20th Century"
Muckenthaler Cultural Center, Fullerton, California, "From Behind the Orange Curtain"
California State University, Fullerton, "Shape: Forming the L.A. Look" (catalogue)
Allene LaPides Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico, "Geometric Abstraction"

1994
Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Monica, California, "Year 1: A Survey"
Aurobora Press, San Francisco, California, "The Singular Print: A Survey of Contemporary Monotypes"

1993
Main Art Gallery, California State University, Fullerton, and Dorothy Goldeen Gallery, Santa Monica, California, "The Elegant, the Irreverent and the Obsessive: Drawing in Southern California"
Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, California, "Kustom Kulture"

1992
Jan Turner Gallery, Los Angeles, "Tony DeLap, Bruce Conner, Conversations About Magic"

1991
The Fisher Gallery, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, "Finish Fetish: LA's Cool School" (catalogue)

1989
Marc Richards Gallery, Los Angeles, "Simple in Appearances"

1988
Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, Ohio, "Art for the Public: New Collaborations" (catalogue)

1987
Modernism, San Francisco, California, "Works on Paper"
University Art Gallery, Pepperdine University, Malibu, California, "Concept/Reality, Los Angeles Public Art"

1986
Long Beach Museum of Art, California, "Sculpture & Drawing" (catalogue)
Cirrus Gallery, Los Angeles, "A Southern California Collection"

1985
Amerika-Haus, Hanover, Germany, "Modern American Printmaking" (catalogue)
Guggenheim Museum, New York, "New Acquisitions Exhibition"
San Diego Museum, San Diego, California, "Collection of Richard Brown Baker"

1984
The Oakland Museum, Oakland, California, "The Dilexi Years, 1958-1970" (catalogue)

1982
The Oakland Museum, Oakland, California, "One Hundred Years of California Sculpture" (catalogue)
John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco, California, "Aspects of Sculpture"
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, California, "Resources/Reservoir: CCAC 75 Years" (catalogue)
Long Beach Museum of Art, California, The Oakland Museum, California, and, University of California, San Diego, "Drawings by Painters"

1981
Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California, "Decade-Los Angeles Painting in the Sixties"
Main Art Gallery, California State University, Fullerton, "Nine and the Wall"
Laguna Beach Museum of Art, Laguna Beach, California, "Southern California Artists 1940-1980"
Robert Elkon Gallery, New York, "Two Decades"

1980
Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle, "Drawing: At the Henry"
University of Hartford, West Hartford, Connecticut, "Southern California Drawings"
Baxter Art Gallery, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, "Jack Brogan: Projects"

1979
Baxter Art Gallery, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, "A Painting Installation"
Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Beach, California, "Our Own Artists, Art in Orange County" (catalogue)
Main Art Gallery, California State University, Fullerton, "Light and Space.
Selections from the Wortz Collection" (catalogue)
Rosenberg Gallery, New York, "Painting Hybrids"
Robert Elkon Gallery, New York, "Drawings by 3 Sculptors-Tony DeLap, Nigel Hall, William Tucker
Felix Landau Gallery, Los Angeles

1978
Savage Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts, "Elkon at Boston"
Susan Caldwell Gallery, New York, and the Renaissance Society, University of
Chicago, Illinois, "In the Realm of the Monochromatic: Seventeen Painters"
Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California, "Berggruen at Art Center"
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, "Change, Inc. West"

1977
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, "Private Images: Photographs by Painters"
Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., "35th Biennial of Contemporary American Painting" (catalogue)
Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego, California, "Invitational American Drawing Exhibition"
Casat Gallery, La Jolla, California, "DeLap, Kauffman, Moses: Works on Paper"

1976
The Museum of Modern Art, New York, "Artists from Los Angeles"
San Francisco Museum of Art, California, and National Collection of Fine Arts,
Washington, D.C., "Painting and Sculpture in California: The Modern Era"

1975
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, "A Decade of Collecting, 1965-1975"
La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, California, "University of California at Irvine, 1965-1975"
Baxter Art Gallery, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, "DeLap, McCafferty" (catalogue)

1974
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution,
Washington, DC, "Opening Exhibition" (catalogue)
Oakland Museum of Art, California, "Public Sculpture, Urban Environment" (catalogue)
Philadelphia Art Alliance, Pennsylvania, "Sculpture in the 60s"
Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Beach, California, "Modern and Contemporary Sculpture"

1973
Main Art Gallery, California State University, Fullerton, "In A Bottle"

1972
Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, California, "West Coast '72 Invitational"
Margo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles, "Sculptor's Drawings"
A.C.A. Gallery, New York, "Looking West"
La Jolla Museum of Art, California, "The Wall Object"

1971
A.F.A. Gallery, New York, "Show of Past Winners/ Carborundum Company Sculpture Commissions"
Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Beach, California, "Contemporary
American Art from Orange County Collections"

1970
Owens-Corning Fiberglass Center, New York, Trio, Three-Man Show. (DeLap, Gallo, Hesse) (catalogue)

1969
Ithica College Museum of Art, Ithica, New York, "Drawings 1969"
Microcosm, Long Beach Museum, (catalogue)
University of California, Irvine, "A Los Angeles Aesthetic"
Pasadena Museum of Art, California, "West Coast 1945-1969"

1968
Portland Art Museum, Oregon, "The West Coast Show"

1967
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, "American Sculpture of the '60s" (catalogue)
Stadler Gallery, Paris, France, "Art Ojectif"
Scripps College, Claremont, California, "The Mathematical Muse"
Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, "Carnegie International" (catalogue)
The Museum of Modern Art, New York, "The 1960s"
San Marino, Italy, "Nuove Technique D'Immagine" (catalogue)
California State College, Los Angeles, "New Sculpture and Shaped Canvas" (catalogue)

1966
Seattle Art Museum, Washington, "Ten from Los Angeles"
Jewish Museum, New York, "Primary Structures"
Art Gallery, University of California, Irvine, "Five Sculptors'
Drawings: Los Angeles and New York" (catalogue)
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, "Contemporary American Sculpture, Section 1"
Lausanne, Switzerland, "2eme Salon International de Galeries Pilotes"

1965
San Francisco Museum of Art, California, "Science Age Totems"
Pace Gallery, New York, "Five at Pace" (catalogue)
The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut, "The Highlights of the 1964 - 1965 Season"
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, "New Acquisitions"
The Museum of Modern Art, New York, "The Responsive Eye" (catalogue)
La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, California, "California Painting and Sculpture"

1964
Stanford Museum, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, "Current Painting and Sculpture in the Bay Area"
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, "Sculpture Annual" (catalogue)
Cordoba, Argentina, "Il Bienal American De Arte"
Carnegie Art Institute, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, "Carnegie International"

1963
Oakland Art Museum, California, "Sculpture in California"

1962
San Francisco Museum of Art, California, "DeLap, DeForest, Martin,
and Sinton"


PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

The Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, Connecticut
Arizona State University Art Museum, Tempe
Claremont College Art Galleries, Claremont, California
Des Moines Art Museum, Des Moines, Iowa
City of Fujinomiya, Japan
Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC
The City of Inglewood, California
Long Beach Museum of Art, California
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Los Angeles International Airport
Miami University, Oxford, Ohio
Montgomery Gallery, Pomona College, Claremont, California
The Museum of Modern Art, New York
Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, California
Newberger Museum of Art, State University of New York, Purchase, New York
The Oakland Museum, Oakland, California
Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, California
The Tate Gallery, London, England
The City of San Francisco, California
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, California
San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, California
Santa Barbara Museum of Art, California
The City of Santa Monica, California
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
The State of California, Sacramento
Storm King Art Center, Mountainville, New York
University Art Museum, California State University, Long Beach
University Art Museum, University of California, Berkeley
University Art Museum, University of California, Santa Barbara
University Art Museum, The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York


SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

BOOKS

Clearwater, Bonnie, ed. "West Coast Duchamp." Miami Beach, Florida: Grassfield Press, 1991, Appendix B, pp. 115-117.
Fujieda, Terus, ed. "Form and Structure," vol. 9 of Art Now. Tokyo: Kodansha, pp. 40, 130, 134.
Mogelon, Alex and Laliberte, Norman. Art in Boxes. New York: Van Nostrand & Reinhold Company, 1974.
Stein, Harvey. Artists Observed. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1985.
____________. Tony DeLap and the Floating Lady: The Artist/Magician as
Magician/Artist. Tempe, Arizona: Arizona State University, (VARI studios), 1988.
Wilson, William. "Floating Lady Sculpture." Los Angeles Times Book of California Museums. Los Angeles: Los Angeles Times, 1984, pp. 233-234.

EXHIBITION CATALOGS

The 35th Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting, Washington, DC: Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1977.
American Sculpture of the Sixties. Essay by John Coplans, "The New Sculpture and Technology." Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1967.
Art for the Public: New Collaborations. Dayton, Ohio: Dayton Art Institute, 1988.
Carnegie International. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Carnegie Institute, 1967.
Tony DeLap. Long Beach, California: California State University Art Gallery, 1974.
Tony DeLap. Essay by John Coplans. Los Angeles: Felix Landau Gallery, 1966.
Tony DeLap. Essay by Gene Cooper, "The Edge as Form and Metaphor." Newport Beach, California: Newport Harbor Art Museum, 1977.
Tony DeLap and The Floating Lady: The Artist/Magician as Magician/Artist. Tempe, Arizona: Arizona State University, 1988.
Tony DeLap. The Last five Years: 1963-68. Essay by Alan Solomon. Irvine, California: University of California, Irvine, Art Gallery, 1968.
Tony DeLap: Paintings, Drawings, Prints. Essay by Peter Frank. San Francisco: Modernism, 1989.
DeLap, McCafferty. Pasadena, California: California Institute of Technology (Baxter Art Gallery), 1975.
The Dilexi Years 1958-1970. Oakland, California: The Oakland Museum, 1984.
Finish Fetish: LA's Cool School. Los Angeles: University of Southern California, 1991.
Five at Pace. Essay by John Coplans. New York: Pace Gallery, 1965.
Five Sculptors' Drawings, Los Angeles and New York. Essay by John Coplans. Irvine, California: University of California, Irvine, Art Gallery, 1966.
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden (Smithsonian Institution). New York: Abrams, 1974.
Clother, Peter, Magee, Mike, and Pagel, David. Tony DeLap, The House of the Magician: An Installation of Reconstructed Works from 1967 - 1969.
Fullerton, California: California State University, Fullerton, 1994.
Light & Space. Selections from the Wortz Collection. Fullerton, California: Main Art Gallery, California State University, 1979.
Living with Art, Two: Collection of Walter and Dawn Clark Netsch. Miami, Ohio: Miami University, 1983.
Los Angeles Abstract Painting. Essay by Melinda Wortz. Riverside, California: University of California (College of Creative Studies), 1977.
Made in LA: The Prints of Cirrus Editions. Los Angeles, California: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1995.
Modern American Printmaking. Hannover, Germany: Americka-haus, 1985.
New Sculpture and Shaped Canvas. Essay by Fidel Danieli. Los Angeles: California State College, 1967.
Nuove Tecnique D'Immagine. San Marino, Italy, August 1967.
Our own Artists, Art in Orange County. Newport Beach, California: Newport Harbor Art Museum, 1979.
Photographs by Southern California Painters and Sculptors. Santa Barbara, California: University of California (College of Creative Studies Gallery), 1977.
Primary Structures. Essay by Kynaston McShine. New York: The Jewish Museum, 1966.
Public Sculpture, Urban Environments. Oakland, California: The Oakland Museum, 1974.
The Responsive Eye. Essay by William Seitz. New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 1965.
Sculpture Annual. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1964.
Sculpture & Drawing & Drawing & Sculpture: Selected Works by 8 Contemporary Artists. Long Beach, California: Long Beach Museum of Art, 1986.
Coburn, Bolton and Butterfield, Jan. Shape: Forming the LA Look. California State University, Fullerton, 1995.
Watercolors and Related Media by Contemporary Californians. Pasadena, California: California Institute of Technology (Baxter Art Gallery), 1977.

PERIODICALS

Albright, Thomas. "California Art Since the Modern Dawn." ArtNews, 76, 1, (January 1977), pp. 68-72.
Artner, Han. "Tony DeLap." Review, Klein Gallery. Chicago Tribune, July 5, 1985.
Ashton, Dore. "New Sculpture, Fresh in Old Techniques." Studio International, 169, 866, (June 1965), pp. 260-263.
Bell, Jane. "Review. Robert Elkon Gallery." Arts Magazine, 49, 8, (April 1975), p. 6.
Bourdon, David. "Boxing Up Space." The Village Voice (New York), February 18, 1966.
Bonker, Dawn. "Artist Reveals Life's Experiences that Shape His Work." Irvine World News, November 21, 1985.
Brunson, Jamie. "Tony DeLap's Magic and Percision: A Twenty-year Survey." Artweek, 18, 1, January 10, 1987, p.1.
Burnside, Madeline. "The Corcoran Biennial." ArtNews, May 1977.
Burton, Scott. "Reviews and Previews." ArtNews, 65, 9, (January 1967), p. 11.
Busch, Julia M. "A Decade of Sculpture, The 1960s." The Art Alliance Press, (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), October 1974.
Chattopadhyay, Collette. "Tony DeLap at the Mark Moore Gallery." Asian Art News, 93.
Coates, Robert. "The Art Galleries." The New Yorker, December 19, 1964, pp. 152-155.
Cone, Jane Harrison. "Review: New York." Artforum, 6, 7, (March 1968), pp. 55-56.
Coplans, John. "Art Bloom." Vogue, (November 1967), p. 233.
------. "Circle of Styles on the West Coast." Art in America, 52, 3, (June 1964), pp. 24-41.
------. "DeLap, Space and Illusion." Artforum, 2, 8, (February 1964), pp. 19-21.
------. "New Abstraction on the West Coast." Studio International, 169, 865, (May 1965), pp. 192-199.
------. "West Coast Notes." Art International, 9, 1, (February 1965), pp. 46-47.
Curtis, Cathy. "A Friendly Deception." Los Angeles Times (Orange County), February 8, 1994, pp. F1-2.
-----. "La Cienega Area. The Galleries." Los Angeles Times, December 25, 1987, p. VI-18.
-----. "The Magic of Tony DeLap's Sculptures." The Orange County Register, September 22, 1985, pp. G1, G12.
-----. "Surfboards Installation goes Beneath the Surface." Los Angeles Times (Orange County), November 14, 1995, p. F1.
-----. "This UC Irvine Professor Has Waited Since 1983 for His Arc Wave to Break." Los Angeles Times (Orange County), April 24, 1989, p. VI-9.
Danieli, Fidel A. "Los Angeles." Studio International, 173, 890, (June 1967), pp. 320-321.
DeLap, Tony. "Florine, Child of the Air. Newport Harbor Art Museum." High Performance, 1, 1, (February 1978), p. 30.
Dell'Arco, Maurizio Fagiolo. "Italia Estate 1967, San Marino." Art International, 11, 8 (October 1967), p. 45.
Donohue, Marlena. "La Cienega Area. The Galleries." Los Angeles Times, April 28, 1989, p. VI-6.
Doroshenko, Peter. "Tony DeLap." Journal of Contemporary Art, 5, 1 (Spring 1992), pp. 51-59.
Drohojowska, Hunter. "Pick of the Week." L.A. Weekly (February 1981), p. 71.
Dubin, Zan. "The Trick to Minimalism." Los Angeles Times (Orange County), January 25, 1999, p. F2-3.
Dunham, Judith L. "Tony DeLap, Magician." Artweek, 5, 34, (October 12, 1974), pp. 1, 16.
Ellenzweig, Allen. "In the Galleries. Review. Tony DeLap." Arts Magazine, 51, 9, (May 1977), pp. 22-23.
Feldman, Anita. "In the Galleries. Review. Tony DeLap." Arts Magazine, 42, 4, (February 1968), p. 64.
Forgey, Benjamin. "The Corcoran Biennial." ArtNews, 76, 5, (May 1977), pp. 106-111, 114.
Frank, Peter. "In One Medium, Out the Other." Village Voice, April 9, 1979.
-----. "New York Reviews. Tony DeLap, Robert Elkon." Art News, 81, 4, (April 1982), p. 222.
-----. "Reconstructivist Painting: Neo-Modern Abstraction in the United States." ArtSpace, 14,3, (March-April 1990), pp. 44-50.
-----. "Tony DeLap." ArtSpace, 13, 2, (May-June 1989), pp. 46-49.
-----. "Unslick in L.A." Art in America, 66, 5, (September-October 1978), pp. 84-91.
Frankenstein, Alfred. "Levitation, Huge Heads and Indians." San Francisco Chronicle, October 1974.
Glueck, Grace. "The New Decade, Art Dawn." Art in America, 58, 1, (January-February 1970), pp. 30-34.
------. "Review." The New York Times, November 26, 1966, p. 31.
Grossberg, Jacob. "In the Galleries. Review. Tony DeLap." Arts Magazine, 39, 10, (September-October 1965), p. 65.
Hanley, Elizabeth. "Tony DeLap, Robert Elkon." ArtNews, 83, 8, (October 1984), pp. 185-186.
Henry, Gerrit. "New York Reviews. Tony DeLap (Robert Elkon)." ArtNews, 74, 4, (April 1975), pp. 90-91.
Jan, Alfred. "Tony DeLap." Flash Art, 133, (April 1987), p. 94.
Johnson, Curt. "The Winner." Long Beach Press Telegram, November 13, 1985.
Judd, Donald. "Specific Objects." Arts Yearbook, 8 (1965).
Kandel, Susan. "Art Reviews." Los Angeles Times, December 17, 1992, p. F10.
Knight, Christopher. "A Show that Pushes Art to the Wall." Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, February 18, 1981, pp. B1, B8
--------. "Los Angeles, Tony DeLap, Janus Gallery." Artforum, 19, 9, (May 1981).
--------. "L.A.'s Art Direction: Five Painters Help Shape the City's New Cultural Image." GQ Magazine (August 1983), p. 136.
Koplos, Janet. "Tony DeLap at Jan Turner." Art in America 80, 2, (February 1992), pp. 125-126.
Kazloff, Max. "West Coast Art; Virtual Pathology." The Nation, August 24 1964, p. 77.
Kramer, Hilton. "Drawings by 3 Sculptors at Elkon Gallery." The New York Times, December 28, 1979, p. III-24.
Leider, Philip. "Trends in Los Angeles." Frontier, July 1964.
Levin, Kim. "Los Angeles, Artists." Arts Magazine, 51, 5, (January 1977), p. 15.
----. "Review." ArtNews, 72, 3, (March 1973), p. 78.
Lewis, Louise. "Newport Harbor- Two Exhibits." Artweek, 8, 31, September 24, 1977, pp. 1, 16.
Lippard, Lucy R. "New York Letter." Art International, 9, 6, (September 1965), pp. 59, 65.
Lubell, Ellen. "Realm of the Monochromatic." Arts Magazine, 53, 1, (September 1978), p. 10.
Madans, Christina, J. "The Object is Illusion." Artweek, 10, 8, February 24, 1979, p. 13.
Mallinson, Constance. "Two Collections. Two Esthetics." Artweek, 10, 40, December 1, 1979, p.5.
Masheck, Joseph. "Tony DeLap's Shapely Paintings." Arts Magazine, 50, 8, (April 1976), pp. 94-96.
Mellow, James R. "Review. New York." Art International, 12, 3, (March 1968), pp. 59-63.
-------. "New York Letter." Art International, 11, 1, (January 1967), pp. 63-64.
Muchnic, Suzanne. "Tony DeLap. Janus Gallery, Los Angeles." Los Angeles Times, February 11, 1983, pp. VI-8.
-------. "From Flamboyant to Deliberate." Los Angeles Times, November 30, 1979, p. IV-43.
-----______________. "Art Walk." Los Angeles Times, February 16, 1979, section IV.
Müller, Grégoire. "Paris, Insanity Fair." Art and Artists, 2, 3, (June 1967), p. 28.
Nye, Mason. "Realm of the Monochromatic." The New Art Examiner, (November 1979), p. 20.
Pagel, David. "Tony DeLap at Mark Moore." Art Issues, 46, (January-February 1997), p.39.
-----. "Art Reviews. Tony DeLap at Mark Moore Gallery." Los Angeles Times, May 18, 1995, p. F12.
Perlmutter, Elizabeth. "A Hotbed of Advanced Art." ArtNews, 75, 1, (January 1976). pp. 44-46.
--------. "Secrets of the Hand and Mind." ArtNews, 75, 5, (May 1976), p. 84.
Perrault, John. "Union Made. A Report on a Phenomenon." Arts Magazine, 41, 5, (March 1967), pp. 26-31.
Pike, von Zubelon Montgomery. "Der Carnegie International." Art International, 8, 9, (November 1964), pp. 35-41.
Pollock, Duncan. "All Quiet on the Western Front." Art in America, 61, 2, (March-April 1973), pp. 54-58.
Preisman, Fran. "Tony DeLap, A Multifaceted Talent." Artweek, 8, 1, December 25, 1976, pp. 1, 16.
Preston, Stuart. Review. The New York Times, May 1, 1965,
Ratcliff, Carter. "Tony DeLap at Robert Elkon." Art International, 14, 4, (April 1975), pp. 54-55.
Reed, Michal. "Tony DeLap, Mark Moore Gallery." Art+Text, 56 (February-April 1997), p.85.
Robins, Corinne. "The Circle in Orbit." Art in America, 56, 6, (November-December 1968), pp. 62-69.
------. "New York. Review." Art and Artists, 1, 1, (January 1967), pp. 64-65.
Rosengarten, Linda. "Tony DeLap. An Interview." Artweek, 7, 10, (March 6, 1976), pp. 1, 21-22.
Roth, Moira. "Toward a History of California Performance: Part Two." Arts Magazine, 52, 10, (June 1978), pp. 114-123.
Rubinfien, Leo. "Reviews." Artforum, 15, 9, (May 1977), pp. 69-70.
Russel, John. "Tony DeLap. Robert Elkon Gallery." The New York Times, February 8, 1975, p. D-21.
Schipper, Merle. "The Nation. Tony DeLap, Jan Turner Gallery." ArtNews 86, 5, (May 1987), p. 52.
------. "Tony DeLap." Arts Magazine, 53, 10, (June 1979), p. 13.
Schjeldahl, Peter. "The Audacity of Raphael Ferrer." The New York Times, January 25, 1970, p. II-27.
Secunda, Arthur. "Trends: Los Angeles." Arts Magazine, 41, 1, (November 1966), pp. 50-51.
Seldis, Henry J. "In the Galleries. Newness Theme of Sculpture Exhibit." Los Angeles Times, April 28, 1967, p. V-4.
Tucker, Marcia. "Review: Tony DeLap, Elkon Gallery." ArtNews, 66, 10, (February 1968), p. 11.
Upshaw, Reagan. "Tony DeLap at Elkon." Art in America, 70, 4, (April 1982), pp. 140-142.
Vanderkynff, Rick. "UCI Artist Puts Magic into Works." Los Angeles Times (Orange County), November 14, 1985, pp. VI-1, 16.
Von Meier, Kurt. "Los Angeles. American Sculpture of the Sixties." Art
International, 11, 6, (Summer 1967), pp. 64-68.
Wechsler, Judith. "Why Scale?" ArtNews, 66, 4, (Summer 1967), p. 32.
Wilson, William. "DeLap: At Work in 'House of the Magician'." Los Angeles Times (Orange County), February 19, 1994, p. F-22.
-------. "DeLap Exhibit at Newport Museum." Los Angeles Times, October 21, 1977, part IV, p. 4.
-------. "Going Where Those Wile Things Are." Los Angeles Times (Orange County), February 15, 1994, pp. F1, 3.
-------. "Nine & The Wall." Los Angeles Times, February 27, 1981, p. VI-10.
-------. "Nourished by a Southern Exposure." Los Angeles Times, August 26, 1979, calendar p. 82.
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