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Spivey, Virginia B., “The Minimal Presence of Simone Forti,” Woman’s Art Journal, 30.1 (Spring/Summer 2009): 11-18.

Spivey, Virginia B., “Jillian McDonald: FANATIC,” Exhibition Review, Art Papers (May/June 2008): 72-3.

Spivey, Virginia B., “Virginia Derryberry’s Second Nature: An Interview with SECAC 2004-2005 Artist’s Fellow,” SECAC Review,  (2007); reprinted in part in Exhibition Catalogue, Second Nature: Virginia Derryberry, (SECAC, 2006)

Spivey, Virginia B., “Convergence,” reprinted from Convergence, Exhibition Catalogue (USC, 2003) SECAC Review. (2004)

Spivey, Virginia B., “Sites of Subjectivity: Robert Morris, Minimalism and Dance,” Dance Research Journal, 35-36, (Winter 2003/Summer 2004): 112-30.

Spivey, Ginger. “Preview:  Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art Minimal Politics,” Dialogue 23.2 (March-April, 2000).



Spivey, Virginia B.,  “Horror Works,” in Horrified: Jillian McDonald: video, performance, drawing, installation, web art,” 2010

Spivey, Virginia B., “Keeping it Real,” in The Divas and Iron Chefs of Encaustic: Contemporary Encaustic Painting.  Exhibition Catalog, Richmond: Virginia Commonwealth University, 2007.

Spivey, Virginia B., “Contemporary Dialogues,” in Film, Video + Visual Artists: 2004-2005 North Carolina Arts Council Visual Arts Fellowship Recipients, Exhibition Catalog, Asheville: Asheville Art Museum and North Carolina Arts Council, 2006. 

Spivey, Virginia B., “Convergence,” in Convergence, Exhibition Catalog, Columbia: University of South Carolina, 2003. (Catalog received 2003 SECAC Award of Excellence.)

Spivey, Ginger and Kristin Chambers, “Youth Speak Out (And Speak for Themselves),” in Youth Speak Out!  New Media Residency Projects, Exhibition Catalog Cleveland: Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, 2000.


Book Reviews:

David Carrier, Rosalind Krauss and American Philosophical Criticism,” (Praeger, 2002), CAA Reviews On-line. Feb. 2, 2004.


Open Educational Resources

Contributions to (Khan Academy)

“Art since 1960” 

“Pop Art” 


“Performance Art” 


“Abstract Expressionism”


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