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Who’s Who in America 1999

Creative Types , Reginald Pollack, by Margaret Morton, January 2002, Loudon County Magazine, Virginia

“Fantastic Journey:  The Art of Reginald Pollack”,  by Fritz  A. Frauchiger. Palm Springs Life Magazine, March 2002, Vol. XLIV/Number 7

“A Dedication & A Calling”, by C.J. LaFramboise, Desert Post Weekly, January 27, 2000, pp. 32-33

“Pollack’s Poglins; Artist Reginald Pollack had his own goblins, and he painted them”, by J. R. Reynolds, Desert Magazine, May 2002

“Reginald Pollack Papers, 1948-2001”,  Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, pp. 55-56, Journal, Volume 43, Numbers 3-4, 2003

“Remembering a Legend; Kerstin Pollack looks back on the life of and husband Reginald Pollack”, by T.J. O’Connor, pp.  28 and 47,  Desert Post Weekly,  April 4, 2002

“Reggie Pollack, Resident of Waterford, VA; Public Collections:  Metropolitan Museum of Art; Rockefeller Institute, NY; Whitney Museum of American Art, NY; Joseph Hirshorn Museum, DC; National Collection of Fine Art, DC; Museum of Modern Art, NY; Collection d’Etat, France; Haifa Museum of Art, Israel”;  Interview and Photographs by Mouncey Ferguson, cover and pp.6-9, The Public Pamphlet, Loudoun’s Monthly Magazine of Arts and People, March 1995

“Spaces for Arts, Crafts and All Manner of Creativity”, by Sarah Booth Conroy, pp. 37-40,  Washington Post Magazine, April 2,  1978 

“Shaman and Showman, An intimate portrait of the legendary Romanian sculptor Constantin Brancusi, by the artist who was his next-door neighbor in Paris.”, by Reginald Pollack, pp. 95-98, 114 , and 116, Art & Antiques, May 1988

“Science & Art; Gradually, some artists are teaming with scientists and engineers in hopes of extending the dimensions of both worlds into new levels of awareness.”, by Wil Lepkowski, pp. 24-27, Chemical & Engineering News, August 1, 1977

“The Case of the Vengeful Twins”, by Merrill Pollack,  pp. 105 and 122-130,  Esquire, June 1977

“Still Life, The Object in American Art 1915-1995, Selections from the Metropolitan Museum of Art”, Exhibition Itinerary Virginia, Arkansas, California, Oklahoma, Florida, and Kansas, February 1997 to May 1998;  pp. 33-34, Reginald Pollack’s “Interior, 1958

“Pollack’s Poblins”,  by Tina Skinner, cover and p. 6, Loudoun Times Mirror, January 21, 1990

“Pollack exhibit at Price Gallery”,  by Lisa Shelley,  p. 3, East Los Angeles College Campus News, April 21, 2004

“Gallery Huit, American Artists in Paris 1950-52”,  Studio 18 Gallery, New York City,  November 2-December 28, 2002; Reginald Pollack,  p. 24

“REGINALD POLLACK, April 12-June 4, 2004”, Vincent Price Gallery & Art Museum, East Los Angeles College

“Star Trek, Requiem for Methuselah”,  1968, a mention of Reginald Pollack, who had several of his paintings included in the episode, implied that he would become one of the most famous artists in history with his paintings known for centuries after his death.

“Preserving the Artist’s Way, Once her husband’s muse, Kerstin Pollack keeps Reginald Pollack’s memory and art alive by helping others see, listen, touch, taste, feel”, by Jennifer Larson, p. B4, The Desert Sun, August 14,  2004 

“The Pollacks”, Volume 13, Number 1, Washingtonian, October 1977

“Stanczyk Does More”, by Howard Marcou, pp. 42-43,  Art Talk, Bottom Line, March 9, 2001

“Come Party with Pollack”, p. 11, Desert Post Weekly, February 1, 2001

“Brancusi’s sculpture vs. his homemade legend”, by Reginald Pollack, pp. 26-27 and 63-64, Art News, February 1960

“Reginald Pollack, Self Portraits 1937-2001”, April 4-14, 2002, College of the Desert Library Gallery, Palm Desert; also at Ladislaus Gallery on El Paseo, Palm Desert 

Spaces for Arts, Crafts and All Manner of Creativity The Washington Post Magazine, by Sarah Booth Canroy , April 2
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