Thalia Stopa, “Inside the Squirrel Mind of Legendary Mixed Media Art Icon Glenn Lewis”, Scout Magazine, Jan 15, 2018

Book, Gathie Falk with Robin Laurence, Apples, etc. An Artist’s Memoir, a number of references to Lewis, Vancouver/Berkeley, Figure.1, 2018, pp. 17, 18, 19, 31, photo p.32, 34, 85, 169.

Book, ed., Jennifer Cane, The Ornament of a House Fifty Years of Collecting, reference to Lewis’ “Sponge Dance Step Alphabet” with photo, in the collection, Burnaby Art Gallery 2017, p. 60-61

A film by Eva Madden on Glenn Lewis, visual artist and Canada Council laureate, 2017, can be accessed on Canada Council website.

Book, ed. Ron Den Daas & Kathy Kenny, Wild New Territories: Portraits of the Urban and the Wild London, Vancouver, Berlin, a number of references to Lewis, Black Dog Press, London, 2016, p. 26,31, 54, 55, 71, 90, 93

Kevin Griffin, “Two Vancouver artists win Governor General’s Awards, Vancouver Sun, Feb. 16, 2017 p. A4

The Canadian Press, “Provocative sculptor earns Governor General’s award”, Vancouver Sun, Feb. 16, 2017, B5

Robin Laurence, “Vancouver Special sparks delight in dark times”, The Georgia Straight, Vancouver, December 8-15, 2016, .39. Mention of Lewis.

Avalon Mott, “Put a Dot On It, Ryuten-ji Ceramic & Photo Pairing by Glenn Lewis at Franc Gallery”. A short description of exhibition. March 3, 2016

Alison Sinkewicz, Glenn Lewis and Maggie Boyd Throwing Together, Montecristo Magazine, April, 2016

Glenn Lewis The New York Corres Sponge Dance School of Vancouver and Other Works Kunstverein Toronto, Akimbo, Akimbo – Exhibitions – Glenn Lewis Derya Akay, 2015

Amada Siebert, ”Gallery Surf: David Tycho, Pat Valade, Glenn Lewis, and more. Art for your Weekend,” A short description of Lewis exhibition at Franc Gallery,, Feb. 19, 2016

Ken Becker, “Not Just Some Canadian Hippy Bullshit”, a article on the Western Front, and influence of Robert Filliou and other Fluxus artists, a quote from Lewis, and mentions of Lewis, Vancouver, Fillip #20, Fall 2015, pp.130, 131, 134

Takahiko Honda, “Artist Glenn Lewis”, interview and 8 photos, Gallery Magazine, Tokyo, 2015, Vol. 3, pp. 84-87

Weronika Trojanska, “Shark, Camera, Action!”, review of Glenn Lewis Sharkfin Bathing Cap performance, Mirandabaad, Amsterdam, Metropolis M, March 26, 2014, file:///Users/glennlewis/Desktop/Metropolis%20M%20»%20Reviews%20»%20Shark,%20camera,%20action!.webarchive

Michael Turner, “Glenn Lewis Crashes Art-Craft Divide at Trench Gallery, Canadian Art, March, 2014

Anne Bénichou, section of book on Glenn Lewis “The Great Wall of 1984”, Un imaginaire institutionnel, L’Harmatan, 2013, pp. 16, 32, 87, 89-129 188, 271, 172, 276, 280, 287, 291, 294, 302, 303, 305

Kimberly Phillips, “One Thing and Then Another”, Ian Johnson: Reinventing Consumption, mention of Lewis’ “Artifact” ceramic mural, catalogue , Esplanade Arts and Heritage Centre, Art Gallery of Swift Current, Dunlop Art Gallery, The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, McMaster Museum of Art, Access Gallery, 2013, p.8

“Special Collection: Acquisitions and Archives,” mention of Glenn Lewis fonds, Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, U.B.C., Vancouver , 2013, p.8

Judy Stuffman, “From sexologist to thriller writer,” Lewis in group photo in article on death of Susan Harrison, Globe and Mail, May 8, 2013, p. S10

Norah Vaillant, “Locating Leach/Hamada: The Canadian Diaspora,” mention of Lewis in small catalogue, High Fire Culture: Locating Leach/Hamada in West Coast Studio Pottery, Satellite Gallery, Vancouver, 2113

David Wisdom and Stephen Osborne, “Glenn Lewis: The Artist As a Fraud”, feature photo essay, Geist, No. 88, Spring, 2013, pp. 37-46

Grant Arnold and Karen Henry, editors, Traffic: conceptual art in Canada, 1965-1980, (Art Gallery of Alberta, Halifax INK, Hart House University of Toronto, Concordia University, Montreal) 2012, Mentions of G. Lewis pp. 89, 97, 98, 125, 136-139, 161

Sarah Todd, “Art & Tech Blog, A Preview of ‘Institutions by Artists’, photograph of Lewis with Robert Filliou, Akimbo, Canada’s Online Source for Visual Arts Information, Oct 11, 2012

Gary Neill Kennedy, book, photo of “Taping of the Critics”, text and photos of “Halifax/Vancouver Exchange”, The Last Art College Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, 1968 – 1978, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 2012 pp. 150, 152-54, 443

Kevin Griffin, “Present borne into past in photographs,” on VAG’s Again and Again and Again exhibition, section on Lewis’ “Artifact” mural, Vancouver Sun, May 31, 2012, p.37 D9

Sophie Bélair Clément, “Intermedia History, 1973, 01:01:34 (2011),” many quotes from Glenn Lewis, in journal intermédialités, numéro 18, autumne 2011, archiver/archiving, pp. 183-200

Janet Koplos, review of book, “Thrown: British Columbia’s Apprentices of Bernard Leach and Their Contemporaries”, pub. by Ceramics and Perception, No. 85, 2011, p 105

Amy Gogarty, “The Doris Shadbolt Pottery Collection”, review of exhibition at BC Potters Guild, Vancouver, March 2011, curated by Glenn Lewis, Ceramics and Perception, No. 85, 2011, pp 72-4

M. Vaughn, “It’s worth it to navigate through Traffic”, on Traffic: Conceptual Art in Canada 1965-1980, no mention of Lewis work in exhibition, Globe and Mail, Toronto, Nov. 9, 2010, p.R1

Kevin Griffin, “City’s newest public art gallery a joint project”, mention of Lewis, Vancouver Sun, Oct. 23, 2010, p. D10

Kevin Griffin, “Glenn Lewis: Art Banned by Canada”, under “Culture Seen”, on Presentation House Gallery exhibition, Vancouver Sun, Oct. 23, 2010

Kevin Griffin, “Glenn Lewis: In Orbit With Satellite”, under “Culture Seen”, on video/film installation at Satellite Gallery, Vancouver Sun, Oct 22, 2010

“Visual Arts” “Going Out Guide”, “Satellite Gallery”, mention of Lewis, Globe and Mail, Toronto, Oct. 18, 2010

Kevin Griffin, “art is a ‘populist experience’ at gallery’s new nightclub site: Blanket Gallery….”Mention of Lewis’ show at Satellite Gallery, Vancouver Sun, Sept. 29, 2010, p. F6

Robin Laurence, “Diving back into Lewis’s absurd world”, review of “Flakey: The Early Works of Glenn Lewis” at Presentation House Gallery, Georgia Strait, Sept 23-30, 2010, p. 112

Vincent Bonin ed., “Documentary Protocols (1967-1975)”, book on the foundations of artist-run galleries in Canada, with many references to Lewis, particularly document photographs on p. 183-87, and Anne Benichou’s essay, “A Memorial to the Eternal Network,” p. 272-291, Galerie Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery, Université Concordia, Montreal, 2010

Adele Weder, “to show, to give, to make it be there: In the Beginning, the Word”, a review of the exhibition: “to show, to give, to make it be there Expanded Literary Practices in Vancouver: 1954-1969”, last paragraph on Lewis’ correspondence, with photograph, Canadian Art, January 2010

Charles Premont, Le Lien MULTIMÉDIA, vol. 15 no 04 – 12 janvier, 2009, Montreal, p. 6

Lyne Crevier, Sur le Motif”, short description of Lewis’s exhibition at Oboro, ici, Montreal, Vol. 12 No. 13, Jan 15 – 21, 2009, p. 43

Lea Sandels, National Post, Toronto insert, mention of Lewis’ performance “A Sweeping Statement”, Sat, Oct 25, 2008, p.20

Vincent Bonin, “From Image Bank to Morris/Trasov Archive”, mention of Lewis’ “Great Wall of 1984” at the National Science Museum, Ottawa, Ciel Variable, No 80, Automme 2008 – Hiver 2009, Montreal, p.45

Georges-Hébert Germain, “A City’s Museum A History of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts”, book, 2007, The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal, photo of cow p.131, text p.132

Douglas Justice, Vancouver Sun, June 06, 2007, “Until last year Glenn operated a small nursery in Roberts Creek, Fragrant Flora, that specialized in unusual, fragrant and wildlife plants. Glenn is also the past-president of the Sunshine Coast Botanical Garden Society, which is actively pursuing an agreement with the Town of Gibsons to construct an exciting new botanical garden. Glenn’s long background in fine arts has also seen him serve on many cultural boards in the city, curate various exhibitions and take part in multiple art productions. This past winter, Glenn was in France to research and work on an art project in Aix-en-Provence concerning Cézanne.”

Kevin Griffin, “Art that ‘has to be brilliant’”, Vancouver Sun, Oct. 13, 2007, p. D3. Full page article on LIVE 2007 Performance Art Biennale, mention of lewis.

Donna Balma with Kevin Carpenter, book, “Reconciliation: the Life and Work of Donna Balma”, 2007, Lentis Books, Vancouver, mentions Lewis, p.21, 22, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 33, 34, 38, 41, 45, 46

Book: ed. Melanie O’Brian, Vancouver Art & Economies, Michael Turner, “Whose Business Is It”, mention of Lewis p. 208 (Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press/Artspeak, 2006)

Tanya Harrod, “Portrait of an Artist as a Young Woman Gwyn Hanssen Pigott 1955-2005”, in “Gwyn Hanssen Piggot A Survey”, mention of Lewis, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australis, 2005, p.13

Luis Jacob, feature article, “Golden Streams: Artists’ Collaboration and Exchange in the 1970s, C Magazine, Toronto, # 80, winter 2004, p.14-22

Sarah Milroy, “A license to kiln”, on exhibition “Thrown”, Helen Belkin Art Gallery, UBC, Globe & Mail, March 15, 2004, p. R3

Robin Laurence, article, “Ceramic Art Holds More Than Water”,review of “Thrown” exhibition, mention of Lewis, Helen Belkin Art Gallery, The Georgia Straight, Feb. 19 – 26, 2004, p.63

David Gordon Duke, article, “Both sides of B.C.’s ceramic tradition”,review of “Thrown” exhibition, mention of Lewis, Helen Belkin Art Gallery, The Vancouver Sun, Mar. 2, 2004, p.c2

Paul Mathieu, book, “Sex Pots Eroticism in Ceramics”, 2003, New Brunswick, New Jersey, Rutgers University Press, pp.172-3 and 3 photos

“Some Like it Wet”, 2 photos illustrations and text of G. Lewis Marilyn Monroe photographs, Paddler Magazine, January/February 2003, p. 28

Nora E. Vaillant, “Bernard Leach and British Columbian Pottery: An Historical Ethnography of a Taste Culture”, a thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts, Facuty of Graduate Studies (Dept. of Anthropology and Sociology), U.B.C., 2002, section on Lewis, p. 17 – 18, 32

John Keillor, “Attitude reigns in performance-art history”, review of “Mondo Artie Episode #6070 at Vancouver Art Gallery, The Georgia Strait, Oct. 18-25, 2001, p.66

Mary Frances Hill, “In Your Face”, includes short description of Lewis’ performance “Mondo Artie #6070”, Westender, Oct. 11-17, 2001, p.22

Janet Smith, “Exposing the Underground”, mentions Lewis’upcoming performance for Vancouver Performance Biennial, The Georgia Strait, Oct. 11-18, 2001, p.65

Christine Wallace, “Discovering Canada Expo’70”, University research on Canadian artists’ work at Expo’70 and covers the controversy over Lewis’ mural, Osaka, 2000

Blake Gopnik, “Sixties Stamina Look back in wonder”, includes review of ‘Did You Ever Milk a Cow’ with photo, Globe and Mail, July 31, 1999, p.C3

John Laycock, “Something Old/New”, discusses “Did You Ever Milk a Cow”, The Windsor Star, July 23, 1999, p.B3

“Glenbow’s Gathering of the Sixties”, mentions “Did You Ever Milk a Cow”, photo, Calgary Herald, April 8, 1999

Alex Frazer-Harrison, “Glenbow Brings Back the 60s”, mentions live cow installation, Calgary Mirror, April 7, 1999

Michael Morris, p.9; Sharla Sava, cology: Ray Johnson and the New York Corres Sponge Dance School of Vancouver,” p.11, p.24, Ray Johnson How Sad I am Today catalogue, 1999, Vancouver, Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, U.B.C., references to Lewis

Jamie Benidickson, book, “Idleness, Water and a Canoe”, 1997, Toronto, University of Toronto Press, photo and caption opposite page 17.

Lucy Lippard, book, The Lure of the Local, “Canadian artist Glenn Lewis has pointed out that gardens are metaphors for both the center or home, and the four directions the symbolically ‘look out on,’” The New Press, 1997

Citizen X, “Who Are the People of Canada Anyway?”, 1997, Toronto, East End Books, cover photograph.

Marion Whybrow, book, “The Leach Legacy: St Ives Pottery and its Influences”, 1996, Bristol, Sansome & Company, a number of references

R. W., “Glenn Lewis: Utopiary, Metaphorest & Bewilderness, Burnaby: Burnaby Art Gallery”, Parachute, Jan., Feb., March, 1994, p. 57.

Muntadas, book “Between the Frames”, 1994, Wexler Center for the Arts, Ohio State University, Columbus; and List Visual Arts Center, MIT, Cambridge, Lewis quotation, p. 23

P.R.W., review of catalogue, “Glenn Lewis: Utopiary, Metaphorest & Bewilderness,” review of catalogue, Burnaby Art Gallery, 1993, 80pp, Parachute, Montreal, Jan, Feb, March, 1994, p. 73

John O’Brian, “Glenn Lewis: Utopiary, Metaphorest, Bewilderness”, with photo, Canadian Art, Winter, 1993. p. 65.

Robin Laurence, “You had to be there”, with photos, The Weekend Sun, Vancouver, Sept. 4, 1993, p, D6.

Paula Gustafson, “Oddbins Artworks Recall Wackier Scene”, with photo, The Georgia Straight, Aug. 27-Sept. 3, 1993, p.25.

Annie Boulanger, “Lewis’ art show surreal, unusual”, Burnaby Now. Aug. 11, 1993, p.17, 29

Peter Wilson, “Once more to the Front”, The Vancouver Sun, March 13, 1993, P. C4, article on Western Front, several mentions of Lewis.

Jill Pollack, “One for the record”, on Alvin Balkind’s essay ‘On Ferment and Golden Ages’, The Vancouver Sun, Jan. 2, 1993, p.C6, photo of Lewis.

Scott Watson and Keith Wallace, catalogue of the Morris/Trasov exhibition, “Hand of the Spirit – Documents of the Seventies from the Morris/Trasov Archive”, U.B.C. Fine Arts Gallery, Vancouver, 1992, mentions of Lewis pp. 6, 17, 36, 37, 39, 43, illust. of Lewis’ Mondo Artie Script, p. 30.

Book: ed. Stan Douglas, Vancouver Anthology The Institutional Politics of Art, mentions of Lewis pp. 43, 51, 53, 78, photo p. 53

Loren R Lerner, Mary F. Williamson, # 6275 , #6276 Outline of some publications concerning Glenn Lewis’s artwork and career, Art and Architecture in Canada, 1991

Robin Laurence, “Public Domain”, “nO fiXeD aDdrESs”, “Private Addresses”, The Georgia Straight, July 26 – August 2, 1991, pp. 21-22

Ann Rosenberg, “When the City Becomes a Canvas”, Vancouver Sun, July 18, 1991, p. F4, mention of Lewis

Jason Findlay, “Art Taken to Private Addresses”, Vancouver News, June 26, 1991, p.16, mention of Lewis

Naomi Pauls, “Collective puts new spin on ‘yard art’”, The Georgia Straight, June 21 – 28, 1991, mention of Lewis

Bill Jones, “Free Trade”, Arts Magazine, Feb.1991, pp. 37-43, mention of Lewis

Clive Robertson and Alain-Martin Richard ed., “Performance au/in Canada 1970-1887”, 1990, Quebec City, Les Editions Intervention, many references

Susan Crean, “Le Jardin Imaginaire, an exploration of gardens as living metaphors”, Canadian Art, Spring 1990, Vol.7, pp. 78-81, 96

Eve Johnson, Vancouver Sun, April 10, 1986, pp. A17, C10, article and photo on Lewis mural done for Expo 70, Osaka, acquired and displayed by Vancouver Art Gallery in ”Making History” exhibition

Charlotte Townsend-Gault, Canadian Encyclopedia, 1985, pp. 88-99

Michael Crane and Mary Stofflet, ed., “Correspondence Art: Source Book for the Network of International Postal Art Activity”, San Francisco, Contemporary Arts Press, 1984, pp.146-147, 234, 241, 243, 245, 415, 499, 507

John Bentley Mays, “Gardens to Bloom With Art”, Globe and Mail, April 29, 1983, p. 83, review of Royal Botanical Gardens exhibition, Hamilton

Eve Johnson, “A Celebration of Art and Elegance”, Vancouver Sun, Oct. 30, 1983, review of “Vancouver Art and Artists”

Lucy Lippard, “Overlay: Contemporary Art and the Art of Prehistory”, New York, Pantheon Books, 1983, pp. 225-226, 227

Eve Johnson, “The Long Path to a Dream Fulfilled”, Vancouver Sun, Oct. 13, 1983, photo of Lewis

Basil Deakin, Mail Star, July 20, 1983, review of National Film Board exhibition, Paradise/Le Paradis.

John Bentley Mays, “Visions: Contemporary Art in Canada”, Vancouver, Douglas and McIntyre, 1983, pp. 157-189, 5 photos

Donna Balma, “A Paper of Glossaries and Footnotes on Lux Radio Players”, Radio Waves – Vancouver Co-op Radio Guide, July, 1982, pp. 1, 3, mention of Lewis

Western Front Video Catalogue, Vancouver, 1982, page on Lewis tape, “We All Sing the Same Song”, illust.

Video Com Magazine, interview with Lewis, Tokyo, no.4, 1982, pp. 176-179. illust.

Review of exhibition, “Le Paradis”, La Presse, Montreal, Samedi, 10 Avril, 1982

Heather Solomon, “Interpretations of paradise make up photo exhibition”, Canadian Jewish News, April 7, 1982, review of “Paradise/Le Paradis

Rene Viau, “une visite au paradis, cote jardin”, Samedi, 3 Avril, 1982, review of exhibition, “Le Paradis”

Polystar, Tokyo, “Trash”, Sept., 1981, p. 5, interview with Lewis

Kay Burf, “A walk in the paradise Garden”, Enterpriser, Ottawa, vol.4, no.1, p.50, review of “Paradise/Le Paradis”

Denise Leclerc, “Le Paradis”, Parachute, Montreal, Spring 1981, p. 44

Patricia Failing, “Art vs. Nature in Vancouver”, Artnews, Feb., 1981, pp. 110-114, several references to Lewis and Western Front

Bruce Paton, “Paradise Exhibition Comes to NFB”, Ottawa Review, Jan.8-14, 1981, section on Lewis, illust.

Fabio Mauri, “Conferenza non fatta in il viandante e la sua orma”, in the publication, A cura di Umberto Artioli e Francesco Bartoli, Biblioteca Cappelli, Bologna, 1981, pp. 83-89, mention of Lewis and Western Front

Rosalie Smith McCrea, “Art photographs use myth to test belief”, The Citizen, Ottawa, Dec.6, 1980, p.35, review of “Paradise” exhibition, mention of Lewis

Bruce Barber, “Architectural References: Post-Moderism, Primitivism and Parody in the Architectural Image”, Parachute, #21, Winter, 1980, pp. 5-12

Charles Rea, Ennui, Vancouver, Sept., 1980, pp.13-14, interview with Lewis

Alan Sonheim, review of “Yesterday and After/Hier et Apres”, Parachute, Montreal, no.19, ete, 1980, pp.50-53

Philip Monk, “Yesterday and After / Hier et Apres”, MacLean’s, June 2, 1980, pp. 50-52

Jim Gibson, “Backstage”, Victoria Times, June 1, 1980, mention of Western Front and Lewis

Ron Glowen, “Evaluations of Architecture”, Artweek, May 17, 1980, Vol. 11, no. 19, pp. 1, 24, review of “Architectural References”

Babs Shapiro, “Architectural References – the Consequences of the Post-Modern in Contemporary Art and Architecture”, Vanguard, May, 1980, pp. 9-10

Nancy Tousley, Calgary Herald, April 10, 1980, pp. C14-C15, review of “Art and Coprrespondence From the Western Front”

Rene Viau, “Hier et Apres”, Le Devoir, 5 Avril, 1980, p. 219

Gilles Toupin, review of “Hier et Apres” exhibition, La Presse, April 5, 1980, mention of Lewis

John Bentley Mays, review of “Hier et Apres”, Globe and Mail, March 29, 1980, p. 11, mention of Lewis

Virginia Nixon, review of “Hier et Apres”, Montreal Gazette, March 29, 1980, p.93, mention of Lewis

Clive Robertson, Review of “Art and Correspondence From the Western Front”, Fuse, March, 1980, pp. 163-164

Grace Inglis, “Art and Correspondence From the Western Front at the Hamilton Art Gallery”, Hamilton Spectator, March 1, 1980, p.23

Stephen Dale, review of “Art and Correspondence From the Western Front”, Hamilton Magazine, Feb., 1980, pp.41-43

John Bentley Mays, review of “Living Art Performance Festival”, Vanguard, Vancouver, Feb., 1980, p.35

Andrew Scott, “Art Looks Towards the 80’s”, Vancouver Sun, Nov.24, 1979, p.D1, mention of Western Front and Lewis

John Bentley Mays, “But Is It Art”, MacLean’s, Nov.5, 1979, cover & pp.52-65, includes material on Lewis and Western Front

Henry Sawler, “Multi-Faceted Art Comes to Charlottetown”, The Evening Patriot, Nov.2, 1979, p.5, review of “Art and Correspondence Fron the Western Front”

Art Perry, “No Bounds, No Regulations”, Vancouver Province Magazine, Oct.7, 1979, pp.13-25, illust., review of “Living Art Performance Festival”

Rene Viau, “Vehicule Articule”, Le Devoir, Montreal, Oct.6, 1979, p.24, includes review of “Art and Correspondence From the Western Front”

Art Perry, “Glenn Lewis at the Vancouver Art Gallery”, Artmagazine, article and photo on “Bewilderness – The Origins of Paradise” exhibition, May/June 1979, pp. 44-45

Tom Sherman, Centerfold, Feb./March, 1979, pp. 133-134, review of Lewis’ publications, “Bewilderness” & “Impressions Magazine no.20”

A.S.A. Harrison, “In Pursuit of Paradise on Earth”, MacLean’s, Feb.19, 1979, p. 8, illust.

Andrew Scott, “The Groves of Lotusland”, Artweek, San Francisco, Jan.6, 1979, Vol.10, no.1, p. 3, review of “Bewilderness – the Origins of Paradise” at the Vancouver Art Gallery.

David Hlynsky ed., “The Rolling Landscape”, Image Nation 19/20, Jan., 1979, 2 colour photographs (with Taki Bluesinger)

Rober Racine, “Festival de Performances du M.B.A.M.”, Parachute, hiver, 1978, pp.43-47, inclused review of “Visa Vis”

Andrew Scott, “Glenn Lewis at the Vancouver Art Gallery”, Georgia Straight, Vol. 12, no.576, Dec. 8-15, 1978, p. 22

Avis Rosenberg, “Paradise and Politics”, Vanguard, Dec., 1978 – Jan., 1979, pp. 3-5, interview with Lewis

Review of “We All Sing the Same Song”, Video Guide”, Nov., 1978 – Jan., 1979, p.10

Peter Froehlich, “Blurbs”, Parachute, automme, 1978, pp.5-13, interview/review of Montreal Museum of Fine Arts Performance Festival including “Visa Vis”

Virus International, Montreal, June, 1978, p.18, photos and text on “Visa Vis”

Art Perry, Arts Magazine 38/39, June, 1978, pp. 103-104, mention of Lewis

Michael Morris, “The Artist As Curator of the Imagination”, Artscanada, April/May, 1978, p. 43

Adele Freedman, “Of Time and Language”, Globe and Mail, Feb. 22, 1978, p.4 Fanfare, review of “Visa Vis”

Vic d’Or, “Interview with Glenn Lewis”, Only Paper Today, Dec., 1977, pp. 9-11

Artscanada, vol.32, no.1, March, 1975, pp.22, 26, mention of Lewis & illust.

Victor Coleman, interview with Lewis, Only Paper Today, Vol.2, no.3, Nov., 1974

Douglas Richardson, “National Science Library, Ottawa”, Artscanada, no. 190-191, Autumn, 1974, pp. 58-59, 64

Susan Subtle, “Their Art Belongs to Dada”, Esquire, Aug., 1974, p. 53, photos by Bud Lee of N.Y. Corres Sponge Dance School swimmers with shark fin bathing caps

Vie des Arts, 19:82, summer, 1974, reference to “Great Wall of 1984” mural

Joan Lownes, “City by Mural”, Vancouver Sun, March 8, 1974

Joan Lownes, Vancouver Sun, March 5, 1974, p. 55, on mural for National Science Library

John Bentley Mays, “Ottawa Notebook”, Proof Only, Feb. 22, 1974, review of mural at National Science Library

Kay Kritzwiser, “Think Tulips Instead of Banks of Snow”, Globe and Mail, Feb. 16, 1974, p. 29, review of mural for National Science library

Joan Lownes, “7 Professors in the BFA Programme”, Vancouver Sun, Feb.13, 1974, review of exhibition at U.B.C. Fine Arts Gallery

Normand Laliberte and Alex Mogelon, “Art in Boxes”, Toronto, Van Nostrand Reinholt, 1974, pp. 187, 191, 211, 3 illust, an international exposition on art in boxes

Willoughby Sharp and Liza Bear, “Business as Usual at the Western Front”, Avalanche Magazine, New York, Summer/Fall, 1973, pp. 34-39

Annabel Nicolson, “Canadada Fragments”, Art and Artists, London, April, 1973, pp. 29-33

Vic D’Or, “365 Boxes”, Artscanada no. 174-5, Dec.,1972 – Jan., 1973, p.65, on “Great Wall of 1984”

Victor Coleman, review of publication “IS”, Artscanada, Xmas issue, 1972

Joan Lownes, “Sculptor uses gallery for homecoming party”, Vancouver Sun, September 17, 1971

Barry Lord, “B.C. Almanack (H) C-B”, artscanada, Feb/March, 1971, pp. 42-44, review of National Film Board publication and exhibition

Joan Lownes, “Review of Movie – Forest Industry”, Vancouver Sun, July 3, 1970, pp. 23, 10A

Richard Simmonds, “8 Closets”, artscanada, June, 1970, p.35, photographs

Barry Lord, “The Eleven O’Clock News in Colour”, artscanada, June 1970, p. 4 – 9

Jack Wasserman, Vancouver Sun, June, 1970, p.25, regarding “8 Closets” exhibition

Joan Lownes, “Falk, Lewis Sculptures Keep Gallery in Touch”, Vancouver Sun, June 18, 1970, p. 41

Ann Capper, Montreal Gazette, May 8, 1970, pp. 1, 3

“Englescoop”, Georgia Straight, May 27, 1970

Christopher Defoe, “Zap! Fruit in your face at Intermedia happening”, mention of crab eating performance, Vancouver Sun, May 22, 1970

Gene Thornton, “Different – But Is It Better,” review of B.C. Almanac 9(h) C.-B. an exhibition at the National Film Board Photo Gallery, Ottawa, The New York Times, Dec 27, 1970

Peter Selz with Alvin Balkind, “Vancouver: Scene and Unscene: A Conceit in Eight Scenes and an Epilogue”, Art in America, no.1, vol.58, Jan.-Feb., 1970, pp.123-126, Vancouver art scene dialogue

Vancouver Sun Leisure, Jan.30, 1970, p.8, regarding Lewis mural for Canadian Pavilion, Expo 70, Osaka

Susan Ginsberg, “New Art Of Vancouver Review”, artscanada, Dec.1969, p.56

Joan Lownes, “Art and Artists – Madness Flavours Breakfast Opening of the Lewis Show”, The Province, Vancouver, Dec. 1, 1969

Charlotte Townsend, “We Call on Glenn Lewis”, Vancouver Sun, Nov. 21, 1969, p. 5A, regarding Expo 70 and Newport Harbor “Air Fresheners”

Thomas Garver, “New Art of Vancouver” catalogue, Newport Harbor Museum, 1969

Vancouver Sun, July 21, 1969, p.29, photos of “Floor Piece” at Vancouver Art Gallery

The Province, Vancouver, July 4, 1969, p.25, regarding “Floor Piece”, Vancouver Art Gallery

Joan Lownes, The Province, Vancouver, June 6, 1969, mentions Newport Harbor exhibition

Charlotte Townsend, “Art Intermedia Takes Over Switches On”, mention of Lewis’ “Ribbon Run”, Vancouver Sun, April 8, 1969

James Barber, “Smell of Boredom Is Unmistakable”, The Province, Vancouver, April 3, 1969

Jeffrey Wall, “A Show That Poses The Phenomenon of Taste”, The Province, Vancouver, Jan 24, 1969

Vancouver Sun, Jan.8, 1969, p.20

“For These People, 1968 Was A Very Good Year”, Vancouver Sun, Dec. 27, 1968

Ann Rosenberg, review of “Younger Vancouver Sculptors at UBC Fine Arts Gallery”, Vancouver Sun, Oct., 1968

Joan Lownes, “Younger Vancouver Sculptors at U.B.C. Fine Arts Gallery”, Vancouver Province, Oct. 25, 1968, p. 12

Joan Lownes, review of ‘Spectrum 68’, The Province, Vancouver, Sept.30, 1968

Ann Rosenberg, “Juror Turns Gallery Dotty”, Vancouver Sun, Sept.26, 1968, p.42

Vancouver Province, Sept.25, 1968, p.30

Marguerite Pinney, “Glenn Lewis”, artscanada, Vol.XXV, no.3, Aug., 1968, pp. 33-34.

Ann Rosenberg, “About Art…Good Group Shows on Wane in Vancouver?”, review of Douglas Gallery exhibition, Vancouver Sun, Aug.2, 1968

Joan Lownes, “Glen Lewis”, The Province, Vancouver, May 10, 1968, p. 10, regarding Douglas Gallery exhibition and “Perspective ‘67” prize

Joan Lownes, “Mind Blowing Vistas of Glenn lewis”, The Province, Vancouver, May 10, 1968

Ann Rosenberg, “The Sixties – a Period That Made Art Free”, Vancouver Sun, March 1, 1968, p. 7

Review, The Province, Vancouver, Feb. 23, 1968

Colin MacDonald, A Dictionary of Canadian Artists, Canadian Paperbacks, Ottawa, 1967, pp.835-836. (N6548 M284, vol.3.)

Ann Rosenberg, “B.C. ’67 – Prestige”, Vancouver Sun, Dec. 15, 1967

Photo of ‘Rip Torn”, The Province, Vancouver, July 7, 1967

Philip Leider, “Vancouver – Scene With No Scene”, artscanada, Vol XXIV, no. 6/7, June/July, 1967, p. 1 – 8

David Whatmough, “Grit and Charm Paired at Gallery”, Vancouver Sun, Sept 10, 1965