Joseph Havel

Exhibitions

Plus or Minus, 2012
and never at any time have you resembled snow, 2008
Sleep. Without. Stars., 2006
To Bring/To Take: New Bronzes and Drawings, 2004
Joseph Havel: Toy, Dream, Rest, 2003
Joseph Havel: One Dozen Veils,  2001

Biography

1954 Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota
Currently lives and works in Houston, Texas; appointed Director of Glassell School of Art, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, 1991-present

Education

1979

M.F.A. Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania

1976 B.F.A. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Grants And Awards

2010

Art League Houston, Texas Artist of the Year

2008 Dallas Contemporary Legends Award
2004

Artadia Jury Award

1999 The Cultural Arts Council of Houston Artist’s Award
1998

American Institute of Architects, Houston, Artist of the Year

1995

The Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Award

1994

Cultural Arts Council of Houston, Artist’s Award

1991

Dallas Museum of Art, Dozier Travel Grant

1987

National Endowment for the Arts, Artist's Fellowship

Solo Exhibitions

2012-2013 Hope and Desire, Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, Texas, November 10 - January 29
2012 Joseph Havel, Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans, April 7 – May 19
Plus or Minus, Talley Dunn Gallery, Dallas, Texas
2010

Nothing, Yvon Lambert Gallery, New York, New York

2009

The Devil and Daniel Buren, Galerie Gabrielle Maubrie, Paris
I am Your Fiction, Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston

2008

and never at any time have you resembled snow, Dunn and Brown Contemporary, Dallas
Recent Sculpture, William Shearburn Gallery, St. Louis, Missouri
Two Sheets (to the wind). Dallas Contemporary, Dallas, Texas

2007

Nothing, Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, Texas
Joseph Havel: Night, Baltic Center for the Arts, New Castle, United Kingdom
Joseph Havel: Tell it to the Forest Fire, Mention it to the Moon, Center for Research in Contemporary Art, University of Texas, Arlington, Texas

2006

Joseph Havel: Drinks Are Boiling. Iced Drinks Are Boiling, Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis, Missouri
Insomnia, Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, Texas
Joseph Havel: A Decade of Sculpture, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas
Sleep. Without. Stars. Dunn and Brown Contemporary, Dallas, Texas

2005

Joseph Havel: The Arrival of the Bee Box, Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, Texas

2004

Joseph Havel: Lost/Lust. Madrid: Project Rooms, ARCO
To Bring/To Take: New Bronzes and Drawings, Dunn and Brown Contemporary, Dallas, Texas

2003

Joseph Havel: Desire with Lumps, Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, Texas
Joseph Havel: Toy, Dream, Rest, Dunn and Brown Contemporary, Dallas, Texas
Joseph Havel: Le Jeu du Travailleur, Galerie Gabrielle Maubrie, Paris, France

2002

Joseph Havel: Desire, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France

2001

Joseph Havel: One Dozen Veils,  Dunn and Brown Contemporary, Dallas, Texas
Joseph Havel: Lost, Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, Texas
Joseph Havel: Daydream Nation, Galerie Gabrielle Maubrie, Paris, France

2000 Joseph Havel: New Sculpture, Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, Texas
1999 Joseph Havel, Lost: Shirt Labels, Nothing Photographs, Dream Drawings, Galveston Art Center, Galveston, Texas
1998

Joseph Havel: Woolen Lover, Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, Texas

1997

Joseph Havel, INOVA [Institute of Visual Arts], University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Joseph Havel, The Center for Curatorial Studies Museum, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
Joseph Havel: New Drawings, Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, Texas
Joseph Havel: Weather, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Joseph Havel: Commun, Galerie Gabrielle Maubrie, Paris, France

1996

Joseph Havel, Huntington Beach Art Center, Huntington Beach, California
Joseph Havel, Soros Center for Contemporary Art, Kiev, Ukraine

1995

Joseph Havel: Present, Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, Texas
Corpse Blanc: New Works by Joseph Havel, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Joseph Havel, Blue Star Artspace, University of Texas, San Antonio Annex Satellite Space, San Antonio, Texas

1994

Joseph Havel: Sculpture/ New Bronzes, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, Texas

1992

Joseph Havel: Recent Sculpture, Davis/McClain Gallery, Houston, Texas
Joseph Havel: New Bronze and Mixed Media Sculpture, Linda Farris Gallery, Seattle, Washington

1991

Joseph Havel: Recent Sculpture, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, Texas

1989

Joseph Havel: Sculpture and Drawings, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Introductions 89, Davis/McClain Gallery, Houston, Texas

1988

Joseph Havel: Sculpture, Davis/McClain Gallery, Houston, Texas

1987

Joseph Havel: Sculpture, DW Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Joseph Havel: Sculpture: Southwest Texas State University Gallery, San Marcos, Texas

1984

Joseph Havel, 500X Gallery, Dallas, Texas

Group Exhibitions

2013 Ex Libris, Talley Dun Gallery, Dallas, Texas
2012 20 Years, Galerie Gabrielle Maubrie, Paris
2011

New Variations, Talley Dunn Gallery, Dallas, Texas

2009

10th Anniversary Exhibition. Dunn and Brown Contemporary, Dallas, Texas
Dress Codes, Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, New York
The Moon, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas
Word Play, William Shearburn Gallery, St. Louis, Missouri

2008

Golden Rain, Michael Petry. For On The Edge: Ha Gamle Pretegarde and Stavanger, Egeroya Lighthouse, Egersund, Norway
Material Culture, Fort Worth Contemporary Arts, TCU, Fort Worth, Texas
Des Coiffes, De Coiffent, Galerie Gabrielle Maubrie, Paris, France
The Florence & Daniel Guerlain Collection – Select Drawings, French Embassy, New York, New York

2007

Amistad, Museo de Arte Moderno del Perú, Trujillo, Perú
Simple Truths, Bradbury Gallery, Arkansas State University, State University, Arkansas
Lone Star Exhibition, National Museum, Lima, Perú
Size Matters, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas
Everything, Dunn and Brown Contemporary, Dallas, Texas

2006

Drawing Inside and Out, Lawndale Center for the Arts, Houston, Texas
Contemporary Art Houston, Museum of Fine Arts, Shanghai, China

2005

Double Visions. The Old Jail Art Center, Albany, Texas
Texas Vision: The Barrett Collection, Meadows Museum of Fine Art, Dallas, Texas
Money, Baby! Artadia, Diverse Works, Houston, Texas

2004

Borderlands: Images, Objects & Identity, El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso, Texas
Fight the Power, Galerie Gabrielle Maubrie, Paris, France
5 Years of S.M.A.K., Stedlijk Museum Voor Actuele Kunst, Ghent, Belgium
Around the World in Forty Years: Selected Sculpture from Art in Embassies Program, Department of State, Washington D.C.
Objects of Our Desire: Sculpture from the Sheldon, Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska
5th Anniversary Exhibition, Dunn and Brown Contemporary, Dallas, Texas
Patrons Choice: The Silver Anniversary of The Museum Collectors, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas
Whiteness, A Wayward Construction. Charlottesville, VA: University of Virginia Museum of Art; Laguna Museum, Laguna Beach, California
Joseph Havel/Richard Serra: Works on Paper, Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, Texas

2003

Joining/Collage. Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, Texas
White Hot, Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, Texas
Flip, Dunn and Brown Contemporary, Dallas, Texas
25th Anniversary Show, 500X Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Contemporary Texas Artists in France, Art in Embassies Program, U.S. Embassy, Residence Weber, Paris, France

2002

Labyrinths, Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, Texas
Burning Desires: Acquisitions 1997-2001, El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso, Texas
Escape from the Vault: The Contemporary Museum’s Collection Breaks Out, The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii
New Directions in Contemporary Art, Eisentrager-Howard Gallery, Department of Art and Art History, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska
Made in U.S.A., Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, Texas
Monochrome, Mostly, Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington, Texas
Line, Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, Texas
Domestic: Artists Transforming the Everyday, Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington, Texas
Systems Order Nature, Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, Texas
110 Years: The Permanent Collection at  the Modern Museum of Fort Worth, The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Fort Worth, Texas

2001

The Draftsman’s Colors: Fourteen New Acquisitions from Johns to Chong, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, New York
Inside and Out: Contemporary Sculpture and Video Installation, Bass Museum of Art, Miami, Florida
Phoenix Triennial, Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, Arizona
Black and White and a Little Bit of Color: Selections from The Contemporary Museum’s Collection, The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii
Space: Sculptor’s Drawings, Drawings About Sculpture, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas

2000

Vernon Fisher, Joseph Havel, Terrell James, Dean Ruck: Drawings, Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, Texas
Leandro Erlich, Terrell James, Joseph Havel and Dean Ruck: Four Artists from Houston, The Old Jail Art Center, Albany, Texas
Showroom, The Arts Center of the Capitol Region, Troy, New York
Whitney Biennial of American Art,  Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, New York
Crossing State Lines: Texas Art from the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas
Eight from Texas, Arthur Rogers Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana

1999

Arbeiten auf Papier.: Galerie Rohloff, Karlsruhe, Germany
On the Ball: The Sphere in Contemporary Sculpture, DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, Massachusetts
Texas Draws, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Texas
House of Sculpture, Modern Museum of Art, Fort Worth, Texas; Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Monterrey, Monterrey, Mexico
Some Kind of Wonderful: Part I, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Street Life, Project Row Houses, Houston, Texas
First Decade: Highlights from The Contemporary Museum’s Collection, Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii
The XMAS Project, Kent Gallery, New York, New York
New Acquisitions, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas

1998

Interactions: Mark Gomes, Joseph Havel, Lisa Ludwig, Susan Schelle. Freedman Gallery, Center for the Arts, Albright College, Reading, Pennsylvania
Visions, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, Texas

1997

Works on Paper, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Serial Imagery, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Landscape: The Pastoral to the Urban, The Center for Curatorial Studies Museum, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
American Images: The SBC Collection of Twentieth-Century American Art, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas;The Austin Museum of Art, Austin, Texas

1996

Three Visions.,  El Centro Cultural Borges, Buenos Aires, Argentina (Organized by Galveston Art Center)
Shopping, Deitch Projects, New York, New York
Shirts and Skins: Absence/Presence in Contemporary Art, Contemporary Art Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii

1995

Das Pop, Donna Beam Gallery, The University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Nevada
Evocative Objects
, Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington, Texas
Gallery Artists Installation, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Joseph Havel and Lisa Ludwig: Material Differences, Galveston Arts Center, Galveston, Texas
Joseph Havel/George Stoll/Meg Webster,  Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, Texas
Twentieth-Century American Sculpture at the White House,  The First Lady’s Garden, Washington D.C.
Genesis in Fire: Works form Green Mountain Foundry, The Glassell School of Art, The Museum Of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas

1994

Uncommon Objects, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Gallery Artists Installation,  Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Private Identity, Public Conscience: Contemporary Works from the Museum’s Collection, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas
Drawings, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, Texas

1993

3-D Rupture: Dave Darraugh, Sharon Engelstein, Joseph Havel and Annette Lawrence, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Texas
Summer Selections
, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Sculptors and Paper, Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, Texas
Light, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Virgil Grotfeldt/ Joseph Havel/ James Surls, Devin Borden Hiram Butler Gallery, Houston, Texas
Texas Contemporary:  Acquisitions of the '90s, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas  
Small Wonders, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, Texas

1992

Urban/Suburban, The Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington, Texas
Thirty Prints, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, Texas
Out of Bounds: Contemporary Sculpture Takes Shape, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas
Vernon Fisher/Joseph Havel/Douglas MacWithey. Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, Texas
re: Creation, Re-Creation, Recreation: Art from Found Objects, Laguna Gloria Art Museum, Austin, Texas

1991

An Anniversary Exhibition, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, Texas
The State I’m In: Texas Art, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas
Material As Message. Houston: Glassell School of Art, Museum Of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas
Ship Shapes: An Exhibition Celebrating the Texas Seaport Museum, Galveston Arts Center, Galveston, Texas

1990

Ordinary as Extraordinary/ Object as Subject, Galveston Arts Center, Galveston, Texas
Multiples, Davis/McClain Gallery, Houston, Texas

1989

Another Reality, Hooks-Epstein Gallery, Houston, Texas; The Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, Arkansas; Marion Koogler McNay Art Institute, San Antonio, Texas
A Century of Sculpture in Texas: 1889-1989), Archer M. Huntington Art Gallery, The University of Texas, Austin, Texas; Amarillo Art Center, Amarillo, Texas; San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, San Angelo, Texas; El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso, Texas
Works on Paper, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, Texas
The Artist’s Eye, DiverseWorks, Houston, Texas
Tracking Information: Drawings by Sculptors, Amarillo Arts Center, Amarillo, Texas

1988

Joseph Havel Sculpture/ Michael Miller Paintings, Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas, Texas
X500X: A Tenth Anniversary Exhibition, 500X Gallery, Dallas, Texas

1987

Found, DiverseWorks, Houston, Texas

1986

3 Sculptors—Francis Bagley, Linnea Glatt, Joseph Havel. Austin College, Sherman, Texas
Art in the Metroplex, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas

1985

Four Sculptors, College of the Mainland, Texas City, Texas

1984

Nine Sighted: Clay Sculpture in Texas, Midtown Art Center, Houston, Texas

1983

Showdown: Perspectives on the Southwest. The Sculpture Center, New York, New York
Houston Showdown, DiverseWorks, Houston, Texas

1982 Texas Sculptors Invitational, Pensacola Community College. Pensacola, Florida
1979 MFA Exhibition. Pennsylvania State University Museum of Art, University Park, Pennsylvania

Museum Collections

The Jack S. Blanton Museum of Art, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas
The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii
The Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas
El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso, Texas
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Fort Worth, Texas
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas
The Museum of Southeast Texas, Beaumont, Texas
Musée d'art et d'industrie, Roubaix, France
Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon
Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska
S.M.A.K. Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Ghent, Belgium
The South Texas Institute for the Arts, Museum of Southeast Texas, Corpus Christi, Texas
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, New York

Public Collections

The Federal Reserve Bank, Dallas, Texas
La Fundacion Maison Rouge, Paris
Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis, Missouri
Ministry of Culture, France

Press

2012 Lima, Ben. “Joseph Havel’s Materially Rich ‘Nothing’ at Talley Dunn Gallery,” D Magazine, Feb. 7
Picard, Marlene. “Collecting,” art ltd. Magazine, Jul/Aug 2012.Mora, Patricia. “Review: Joseph Havel,” Art + Culture Magazine (North Texas), February, 2012
2009 Colard, Jean-Max. “Flag with One Star de Joseph Havel” Les Inrockuptibles. No. 688  February 3-9
2008 Bonetti, David. “Everyday Objects Morph into Abstractions” St. Louis Post-Dispatch. May 25
Simblist, Noah. “Material Culture” Art Lies issue 59 (Reviews) Summer 2008
2007 2007 O’Brian, Titus. “Exhibit Illuminates Books, El Paso Barrio.” Star-Telegram. 25 March 2007,
http://www.startelegram.com/ 146/story/46960.html (accessed 5 April 2007).
Montgomery, Robert. “Joseph Havel.” Modern Painters (Reviews). June 2007.
Spike, John T. “White-Collar Work.” Art & Antiques. June 2007
Petry, Michael. “Gateshead” Artlies Issue 55 (Reviews) Fall 2007.
2006 Marzio, Peter C.  “Joseph Havel: A Decade of Sculpture.”  Literal,  Latin American Voices. vol 6: 36-39
Johnson, Patricia.  “Crafted in Bronze.”  Houston Chronicle, 25 March 2006.  E3.
Hughes, Jeffrey.  “Joseph Havel.”  Art Papers.  (May/June 2006).
Odem, Michael.  “Joseph Havel at Museum of Fine Arts.”  Art Forum.  September 2006.    
Greene, Alison de Lima.  Isamu Noguchi: A Sculpture for Sculpture.  The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. 2006
Carlozzi, Annette DeMeo and Kelly Baum, eds.  Blanton Museum of Art American Art Since 1900.The Blanton Museum of Art,   The University of Texas at Austin.  2006
2005 Janovy, Karen O.  Sculpture from the Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery.  Univeristy of Nebraska Press. 2005
2004 Taylor, Stephanie. “Review: Borderlands: Images, Objects & Identity.” ARTLIES 42 (Spring 2004) 80.
2004 Hersant, Isabelle. “Joseph Havel: Habitus/corpus. Ou le Monde global habillé par l’esclave local.” Etc Montréal 66 (June/July/August 2004) 76-79.
Sanchez, Marisa C. “Non-Places: An Interview with Joe Havel.” ARTLIES 44 (Fall 2004) 40-41.
2003 Wolgamott, L. Kent. “Curtains!” Lincoln Journal Star, 13 April 2003: K6.
Haldane, David. “Exhibit Is Exercise in White Identity.” Los Angeles Times, 28 April 2003: B3.
Myers, Holly. “White Noise, Where Race Meets the Sand: Laguna Beach.” LA Weekly (25 April-1 May 2003).
Johnson, Patricia C. “Connecting Threads of Draped Bronze.” Houston Chronicle, 2 August 2003: 1D+.
2001 2001 Alexander, Paul. “Texas Lines ‘em up.” Travel and Leisure (February 2001).Daniel, Mike. “One Dozen Veils.” ARTL!ES 30 (Spring 2001) 55.
French, Christopher.  “Lost.” ARTL!ES 30 (Spring 2001) 55.  
“Review.” ArtNews (April 2001) 149.
Houston, Sam A. “The Man Behind the Curtain: Havel’s Art Soars Above its Origins.” Houston Lifestyles and Homes (June 2001) 55-57.
Tyson, Janet. “Hot Spots, Texas.” Art Papers 25, no 4 (July/August 2001) 33 & 34.
Vanesian, Kathleen. “Minimal Effort, Less is Much More at the Phoenix Museums Triennial.” Phoenix New Times, 9-15 August 2001: 61.
Nilsen, Richard. “Try, Try, Triennial Again.” The Arizona Republic, 2 August 2001.
Colpitt, Francis. “Report From Houston: Space City Takes Off.” Art in America 88, no. 12 (October 2001): 128.
Sans, Jérôme and Marc Sanchez. Tokyobook 2. Paris: Palais de Tokyo, 2001: 101.
2000 Coulter, Betsy. “Occasions to Live By: A Review of Project Row Houses, Round Eleven Street life.” Atopia 0.66, 2000: 16-19.
“Northern Exposure.” Texas Monthly (February 2000) 131-140.
Finn, David. 20th-Century American Sculpture in the White House Garden. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 2000: 55, 129.
Greene, Alison de Lima. Texas: 150 Works from the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 2000.
Schaernack, Von Christiona. “Museums-Report Houston: Der Kunst-Clan von Texas.” Art Das Kunstmagazin (March 2000) 38-50.
Shapiro, David. “Whitney 2000: Biennial Fever.” New York Arts Magazine Online, 14 March 2000 .
Tyson, Janet. “Remembering Green Mountain.” ARTL!ES 26 (Spring 2000) 10-11.
Schwartz, Therese. “Nirvana Takes a Holiday: The Whitney Biennial in 2000.” Arts4All Newsletter Online 11, issue 12 (April 2000):
Hoving, Thomas. “My Eye.” Art Net Magazine, 7 April 2000:
Johnson, Patricia C.  “They’ll Take Manhattan.” Houston Chronicle, 4 May 2000: D1+.
Rush, Michael. “State of the arts.” Die Welt Online, 16 May 2000: .
McCormick, Carlo.  “Houston Journal.” Art Net Magazine, 25 May 2000: .
Kutner, Janet. “Work in Progress.” The Dallas Morning News, 19 March 2000: 1C+.
Landay, Janet. The Museum of Fine Art, Houston Visitor Guide. Houston: The Museum of Fine Arts, 2000: 378-379.
Lightman, Victoria.  “Sculpture in Houston.” Sculpture Magazine 19 no 5 (June 2000): 26-31.
Michael Ennis. “Joseph Havel:  Art that Confounds Expectations,” Texas Monthly 28, no. 9 (September 2000), 162, 226–27
Stoller, Ezra.  Whitney Museum of American Art. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2000: 68-69.
1999 Kutner, Janet. “On Sculpture’s Cutting Edge.” The Dallas Morning News, 23 May 1999: 1C.
“House of Styles.” The Dallas Star-Telegram, 23 May 1999: D1+.
“House of Sculpture.” ARTL!ES 23 (Summer 1999) 48.
“Streetlife, an international group of artists finds provocative ways to bring cultures together.” Houston Chronicle, 24 October 1999: D8.
Johnson, Patricia. “Millennial Biennial. ” Houston Chronicle, 9 December 1999: 1D+.
Vogel, Carol. “Surprises in Whitney’s Biennial Selections.” The New York Times, 8 December 1999: B1+.
Tyson, Janet. “The 2000 Whitney Biennial: An Interview with Michael Auping.” ARTL!ES 25 (Winter 1999-2000): 22-24.
1998 Sans, Jerome.  “Review: Joseph Havel.” Art Press 231 (January 1998) VIII.
1997 Aukeman, Anastasia.  “Shopping.” [Deitch Projects, New York] Art News 96 (January 1997) 116, 118.
Smith, Roberta.  “Hudson Valley Conversation.” The New York Times, 18 July 1997.
Norklun, Kathi.  “Landscape: The Pastoral to the Urban.” Woodstock Times, 7 August 1997: 10.
Raynor, Vivien.  “Landscapes That Celebrate Their Makers.” The New York Times, 10 August 1997.
Lightman, Victoria.  “Joseph Havel” Sculpture 16, no 7 (September 1997) 80-82.
Daniel, Mike. “Clothes Encounters.” The Dallas Morning News, 17 October 1997.
Kutner, Janet. “Joseph Havel at Barry Whistler.” The Dallas Morning News, 25 October, 1997: 12 C.
Akhtar, Suzanne. “’Weather’ Takes the Workday World by Storm.” San Antonio Star-Telegram, 2 November 1997: H8.
1996 Belenky, Oleksandr. “Don’t Disregard Your Old Shirts!” Day [Kyiv, Ukraine], 2 February 1997.
“History and Colors, Collars.” The Los Angeles Times, 23 April 1996.
Vanderknyff, Rick. “The Starch of Triumph.” The Los Angeles Times (O.C. Edition) 17 April 1996: F1+.
Wilson, Wade. “Artistic Migration.” Where [Dallas] (July 1996) 27.
Shaw, Edward. “Innocents Abroad: U.S. Artists in Buenos Aires.”  Buenos Aires Herald, 16 July 1996.
Goldman, Robert. “Artist’s Diary.” Art Net Magazine, 24 August 1996: .
Sans, Jérôme.  “Shopping” (catalogue).  Time Out. [New York], 4-11 September 1996.
Curtis, Cathy.  “Vision, Reach and Grasp.” The Los Angeles Times, 24 December 1996: F1+.
Morse, Marcia. “Shell Game.” Honolulu Weekly.  18-24 December 1996.
Rose, Joan.  “’Shirts and Skins’ flawed, but well worth seeing.”  The Honolulu Advertiser, 15 December 1996: F8.
1995 Johnson, Patricia.  “Havel’s shirts collar sense of fresh air.” Houston Chronicle, 12 January 1995: 1C+.
Doroshenko, Peter. “Joseph Havel in Conversation with Peter Doroshenko.” ARTL!ES 7 (June/July 1995): 26-29.
Tyson, Janet. “A Stitch in Time.” Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 5 July 1995.
"Espousing ‘Material Differences.’” Houston Chronicle, 20 August 1995: D8+.
Davenport, Bill.  “White on White.” Public News, 18 October 1995.
1994 Kutner, Janet. “Turning images into ideas: artists find messages in the commonplace.”
The Dallas Morning News, 10 March 1994: C1.