Reviews

New York Times
June 2, 2002 – William Zimmer, ART REVIEW
Delicate Balancing Act with a bit of a Swagger 

May 14, 2000 – William Zimmer, ART REVIEW
Getting Back to the Land in Summer Gallery Shows

June 1, 1997 – William Zimmer, ART REVIEW
Imagination, Packed Up and Ready to Travel

August 11, 1996 – Vivien Raynor, ART REVIEW
Fresh-Looking Work From Six Veterans With a Wealth of Experience

July 7, 1996 – David W. Chen, City Life
Among the Loading Docks, Dreams of a Lively Art District

January 28, 1996 – Vivien Raynor, ART REVIEW
The Twain May (or May Not) Meet

June 18, 1995 – Vivien Raynor,  On the Towns; ART REVIEW
Multi-Medium Artist Has a Sense of Humor

April 18, 1993 – Vivien Raynor, ART
Some of the Best Works Turn out to be Three-Dimensional

October 18, 1992 – Vivien Raynor, ART
A Show that Explores Catholic Identity

June 24, 1990 – Vivien Raynor, ART
Narrowing 400 Entries Down to 29: A Fine Job of Selection

July 3, 1987 – Michael Brenxon, ART
Brooklyn Painters

May 31, 1987 – Vivien Raynor, ART

 

 

July 5, 1985 – Michael Brenson, ART
Painterly Visions of the Guggenheim

December 6, 1981 – Vivien Raynor, New Jersey Weekly Desk, Art
Eschewing Boosterism in Jersey City

February 23, 1969 – Peter Schjeldahl, Sunday Section: Arts & Leisure
For Thompson, A Triumph Too Late

November 19, 1967 – Peter Schjeldahl, Sunday Section: Arts & Leisure
Survival on 10th Street

January 2, 1966 – Sunday Section: Arts & Leisure
What’s New in Art

Art in America
May 1989, Lawrence Campbell,Bill Barrell at Ingber
May 1976, pg. 110, Peter Schjeldahl, Bill Barrell at Winter
January 1970, Jay Jacobs, Symptoms of the Seventies

ARTnews
January 1989, Volume 88, Number 1, Gerrit Henry, BILL BARRELL, Ingber, Gallery Jupiter

The New Criterion
March, 1989 Volume 7, Number 7, pg. 42,
Art: Autumn Alphabet by Jed Perl

The Jersey Journal
Saturday, June 7, 1997, Eileen Kennedy-Dyne
Art + Suitcase Will Travel – so see it before it leaves town

figurative expressionist artist …………………………………………………………… This is a blog by the artist expressing thoughts on his own paintings as well as experiences with others relating to his daily life and life of painting since the 1950s. …………………………………………………………………. Paintings are posted with words from Bill that are as varied as extolling on the successes of his children, JZ and Liza, to the milestones of his grandchildren and on to his memories of fellow artists, collectors and shows. His art and words touch on things like politics, religion and the weather. ……………………………………………… For Bill, art and life are interwoven. ……………………………………. …………………………………