Artist Nancy Graves, American, 1940-1995
Title
  • Variability of Similar Forms
Date 1970
Medium steel, wax, marble dust and acrylic on wood base
Dimensions Overall: 86 inches × 144 inches × 16 feet (218.4 cm × 3 m 65.8 cm × 4 m 87.7 cm)
Credit Line Founders Society Purchase, W. Hawkins Ferry Fund, with funds from Joan and Armando Ortiz Foundation and Friends of Modern Art
Accession Number 2000.43
Department Contemporary Art after 1950
Not On View
The artist;
1988, tranfer to DIA as long term loan 12/1/1988;
2000, purchased by DIA on 4/19/2000.
"At the Galleries." The Village Voice, January 14, 1971, 20 (ill.).

Keefe, Nancy Q. "Nancy Graves." The Berkshire Eagle January 29, 1971, 5 (ill.).

Perreault, John. "Art: Camels." The Village Voice, February 4, 1971, 13-14.

Henry, Gerrit. "New York Letter." Art International 15 (March 1971): 51 (ill.).

Tuchman, Phyllis. Introduction to Nancy Graves: Sculpture, Drawing, Films, 1969-1971. Aachen, 1971 (ill.).

Tuchman, Phyllis, Wolfgang Becker, and Michael Strohmeyer. Nancy Graves. Stadt Aachen: Neue Galerie Im Alten Kurhaus, vol. 11. Aachen, 1971 (ill.).

Stadnik, Tom. "Graves Exhibit 'Lusty and Exotic.'" Pennsylvania Voice, September 20, 1972, (ill.).

Donohoe, Victoria. "Nancy Graves and 'Dem Bones.'" The Philadelphia Inquirer, September 24, 1972, H8 (ill.).

McCaslin, Walt. "Graves Moves Freely in Her Trade." The Journal Herald, December 13, 1972, 41 (ill.).

Arn, Robert. "The Moving Eye ... Nancy Graves Sculpture, Film, and Painting." Artscanada 31 (Spring 1974): 45.

Lippard, Lucy. "Distancing: THe Films of Nancy Graves." Art in America 63 (November/December 1975): 78 (ill.).

Heinemann, Susan. "Nancy Graves: The Painting Seen." Arts Magazine 51 (March 1977): 139 (ill.).

Carr, Carolyn Kinder. "Nancy Graves: A Survey, 1969-1980: Observations and ... Discussion of Sculpture." Dialogue (July/August 1980): 21 (ill.).

Tennant, Donna. "Doing What Comes Naturally." Houston Chronicle, September 21, 1980, 16 (ill.).

Daval, Jean-Luc, ed. "Emotional Moods." Art Actual: Skira Annual, no. 6. (1980): 126 (ill.).

Raynor, Vivien. "From Camel Bones to Diverse Sensibilities." The New York Times, February 1, 1981, 16 (ill.).

Beals, Kathie. "Art of the Future." Weekend, February 13, 1981, 13 (ill.).

Kelly, James J. The Sculptural Idea. 3rd ed. Minneapolis, 1981, p. 67, fig. 60 (ill.).

Morrison, Don. "Artist's Stunningly Life-like Camel Highlight Exhibition." The Minneapolis Star, May 29, 1981, 3B (ill.).

Morris, Margaret. "Walker Opens Exhibition for Laters Find." Minneapolis Tribune, June 3, 1981, 2B (ill.).

Smith, Roberta. Four Artists And The Map Image/Process/Data/Place: Jasper Johns, Nancy Graves, Roger Welch, Richard Long. Lawrence, KS, 1981, p. 11 (ill.).

Amaya, Mario. "Artist's Dialogue: A Conversation with Nancy Graves." Architectural Digest 39 (February 1982): 146 (ill.).

Rubinstein, Charlotte Streifer. American Women Artists from Early Indian Times to the Present. Boston, 1982, figs. 9-19, p. 417 (ill.).

Berman, Avis. "Nancy Graves' New Age of Bronze." Artnews 85 (Februay 1986): 60, 62.

The Sculpture Of Nancy Graves: A Catalogue Raisonne. New York, 1987, p. 28 (ill.), cat. no. 23.