Emograph, 1972, ink on cardboard, 36 x 24 in.

Untitled, 1973, acrylic and pastel on paper, 30 x 22 in. 


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Eckhardt, Sarah and Martin Johnson. (Fall 2013) "Interview: On Collectors, Artists, Language, and Art." My VMFA: 19-21

For/Real: Martin Johnson and Valerie Hardy (2017)Williamsburg, VA: Linda Matney Gallery.

Kass, Ray. (Spring/Summer 2011) "Martin Johnson's 'ForInstance.'Folk Art Messenger 22, no. 3: 23-25. 

Kass, Ray. (2017) FOR Instance: The Art of Martin Johnson. Roanoke, Virginia: The Taubman Museum of Art. http://www.raykass.com/exhibitions-for-instance-the-art-of-martin-johnson/.

Proctor, Roy. (2011) "For Art's Sake." Richmond Times-Dispatch (August 11, 2011): G10.

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Clark, William, ed. (1990) The William and Mary Review 28 (1990). 

Dobbs Ariail, Kate. (September 1994) "Fictive Fellows." The Independent Weekly: 29. 

"Forty-Four Four by Fours Fills Foundation Gallery." (1994) Artifacts: Art Museum of Western Virginia: 1.

Greenberg, Blue. (September 1994) "New Artworks are Deserving of Northern Telecom Awards." The Herald-Sun/Raleigh Extra: 54. 

Johnson, Brooks. (1990) The Portrait in America: The Chrysler Museum. Exhibition catalogue. Norfolk, VA: Chrysler Museum.

Kuspit, Donald. (1994) "Martin Johnson's Manic American Dream." New Work Fellowships: Northern Telecom, Nancy H. Margolis, ed., pp. 1-4. Raleigh, NC: The City Gallery of Contemporary Art.

Kutner, Janet. (December 1994) "Artists Recycle Discards for Varied Effects." The Dallas Morning News: n.pag. 

Kutner, Janet. (December 1994) "Spaces and Places: New Venues, Purchases Highlight the Year in Art." The Dallas Morning News: n.pag. 

Lee, Julia. (1994) "New Works Fellowships: Northern Telecom." City Gallery of Contemporary Art, Raleigh, North Carolina (Fall/Winter 1994); 4-5. 

Lindsay, Pamela. (1994) "Museum Program Allows Visitors to Create Works of Art." The Fort Worth Star-Telegram: n.pag. 

Mann, Karen A. (1994) "Best Bets: In the Galleries." The Independent. n.pag.

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South, Carissa. (1994) "Martin Johnson." Forty-Four Four by Fours. Exhibition catalogue. Roanoke, VA: The Art Museum of Western Virginia.

Tussing, George. (January 1990) "Johnson Explores Joys of Ambiguity in Works." The Virginian-Pilot and Ledger-Star: G9. 

Twardy, Chuck. (1994) "Personal, Political, and Post-Postmodern." n.pag.

Wienstein, Ann. (1994) "Art in View." V Magazine 4, no. 7: 13.

Wise, Jim. (October 1994) "That's Not Art, That's a Pile of Junk." The Herald-Sun Preview: 14. 

Unis, 2010, found objects + paint on canvas, 36 x 48 in.

Unis, c. 1990, mixed media on plywood, 32 x 48 in.


Annas, Teresa. (January 1988) "Homemade Art: Artists Dust off Household Objects for Exhibit that's Offbeat, Fun." The Virginian-Pilot. 

Annas, Teresa. (May 1988) "Art At Hand: Artist Transforms Found Objects to Help Grasp the Meaning of Life." The Virginian-Pilot (May 4, 1988): B1, B3.

Blyn, Stefany. (1982) P.S...P.S.1 at 1708 East MainExhibition catalogue. 1708 East Main Gallery, Richmond, Virginia. 

Coopersmith, Georgia, ed. (1982) Twentieth Anniversary Exhibition of the Vogel CollectionExhibition catalogue. Brainerd Art Gallery, State University College of Arts and Sciences, Potsdam, New York; University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Barnet, Vivian. (1986) "Introduction." Drawings from the Collection of Dorothy and Herb Vogel. Little Rock, Arkansas: University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Department of Art Galleries.

Browing, Robert. (1981) Ikon Logos: Word as ImageNew York: The Alternative Museum. 

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Jones, Thomas W. (1989) Sculpture Now: 10 VirginiansExhibition catalogue. Danville, VA: Danville Museum of Fine Art and History.

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McGreevy, Linda. (May 1988) "Cryptographic Glossolalia: Martin Johnson's Double-Edged Games." Arts Magazine 62, no. 8: 63-65.

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Nilsen, Richard. (May 1985) "Martin Johnson, Catherine Fiutko Make You Think." The Virginian-Pilot and Ledger-Star: G14. 

Peterson, Patrick. (March 1987) "Copier Art: Artists Use Latest Technology.Daily Press. 

Ploog, Randy J. and Vivian Endicott Barnett, eds. (1986) Drawings from the Collection of Dorothy and Herbert Vogel. Exhibition catalogue. University of Arkansas Fine Arts Center Gallery, Little Rock; Sarah Moody Gallery of Art, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa; Palmer Museum of Art, Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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Review. (1988)  "Household Media." Port Folio Magazine. 

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