Anderson, John. Re: Sculpt | International Sculpture Center, November 30, 2016. Reestablishing Rockne.
McCarthy, Michael. DC Modern Luxury, April 2016. Thank Him For Smoking and Gallery Insider Curator’s Take, p. 74.
Rousseau, Ph.D., Claudia. East City Art, March 29, 2016. Hemphill Fine Arts Rockne Krebs: The Smoke Drawings Reviewed.
Editors. Lighting Fields, published by Editoriale Lotus with Artemide. November 2015, Issue 04 IT-EN. International Year of Light 2015, pp. 42-43.
Waldow, Jennie. Hyperallergic, October 19, 2015. The Pioneering 1960s Program that Paired Big-Name Artists with Tech Firms.
McCray, W. Patrick. The Leaping Robot Blog, October 17, 2015. Remembering Lines of Light.
Science Friday, National Public Radio, August 21, 2015. Museum Plays Art and Technology Matchmaker.
McCray, W. Patrick. The Leaping Robot Blog, December 26, 2014. Art at the Speed of Light.
Editors. Art Circuits Miami Guide, January 2013. Miami Line Spans City with Art.
Petrov, Andrew. Artist Resource & Review, AARMag.com, November 5, 2012. Artist as Monk: Remembering Rockne Krebs.
Editors. Public Art Review, Spring/Summer 2012, Issue 46. Obituary, In Memory, Rockne Krebs, p. 20.
Osborne, Roy. Journal of the International Colour Association, April 2012, Vol. 7. Obituary: Rockne Krebs (1938-2011).
Editors. Aventura, December 2011/January 2012. For all the World to See, Miami's Art in Public Places program began nearly 40 years ago.
Gergel, Ianthe. The Experiment Station, a blog from The Phillips Collection, November 4, 2011. Rockne Krebs,
Ballard, Donald. The Original Disneyland Hotel Blog, April 23, 2011.
Lawrence, Sidney. Artnet.com, September 2005. Capital Roundup.
Rice, Jennifer M. Optics & Photonics News, OPN, October 1999, Vol. 10 No. 10. The Evolution of a Laser Artist, Washington D.C. artist Rockne Krebs, pp. 20-23.
Cullum, Jerry. Art Papers Magazine, November/December 1996. or, the Real Lives of Art Critics, p. 7.
Editors. Optics & Photonics News, OPN, March 1996, Vol. 7 No. 3. After Image, p. 56.
Editors. Optics & Photonics News, OPN, November 1995, Vol. 6 No. 11. After Image, p. 64.
Becker, Jack/Palmer-Ross, Leslie. Public Art Review, Fall/Winter 1995, Issue 13, Vol. 7 No. 1. Scanning the Spectrum Tools and Technology, p. 26.
Krebs, Rockne. The Artist Advocate, A Publication of National Artists Equity, Winter 1995. Rauschenberg Leads Artists’ Donations, The Visual Artists Rights Act, p. 6.
Baudouin, Richard. Louisiana Life, Autumn 1994. Shreveport Louisiana city of the year, Bright Lights and Big Times in Shreveport, cover and pp. 52-56. Cover photo by Neil Johnson of Rockne Krebs’ Red River Bridge, public art sculpture.
Editors. Forum Magazine, February 1993, Vol. V/Issue VI. Sign of the Times? You bet! A bright tomorrow, Forum Endorses Bridge Lighting Project, p. 2.
Editors. Public Art Review, Spring/Summer 1993, Issue 2, Vol. 4, April 1993. Recently Completed Projects, Commissions & Acquisitions, p. 28. Public arts projects completed in 1992 including Rockne Krebs' "The Magic
Wand," installed in Long Beach, California, Richard Serra's "Greenpoint," erected at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln...
Houk, Pamela. Sculpture, May/June 1991. Sky Art’s Lofty Ambitions, pp. 44-49.
Berman, Avis. ARTnews, September 1991. Public Sculpture’s New Look, pp. 102-109.
Shaw-Eagle, Joanna. New Art Examiner, January, 1990. Contracting Creative Vision, pp. 35-36, p. 58.
Joselit, David. Art in America, July 1990. Public Art & the Public Purse, Miami, pp. 150 and 183.
Krebs, Rockne. Art in America, September 1990. Letters to the Editors, In Defense of Miami, p. 29. (Discusses his piece The Miami Line.)
Forgey, Benjamin. Oral history interview with Rockne Krebs, 1990 Jan. 27-Feb. 3, An interview with Rockne Krebs conducted 1990, Jan 27-Feb. 3, for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. Unpublished material, sound recording and transcript. And http://collections.si.edu/search/results.htm?q=Krebs+Rockne&
Krebs, Rockne. Washington Review, December/January 1990. Letters to the Editor, Rockne Krebs Thinks We Deserve Better (Censorship in the Arts), p. 26.
McGuigan, Cathleen/Nagorski, Andrew/Malone, Maggie. Newsweek, October 9, 1989. Corcoran Showdown,
Editors. ARTFORUM, September 1989, Mapplethorpe Projections on the Corcoran Gallery of Art. Cover photo of Krebs’ Mapplethorpe projections on the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Cover: "Frank Herrara's photograph shows Robert Mapplethorpe's 'Self-Portrait with Cigarette,' 1980 as projected by laser artist Rockne Krebs on the facade of the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., on June 30, 1989, as part of a demonstration protesting the museum's cancellation of the Mapplethorpe retrospective that had been scheduled to open there that evening. The Demonstration - against the Corcoran's action specifically, and against
censorship in the arts in general - was organized by William Wooby, of the Collector Gallery and Restaurant in Washington, and by Krebs, founder of the coalition of Washington Artists." -Editor's description of cover.
Finnegan, Patrick. Museum & Arts Washington, DC, September/October 1989. Star Search, pp. 72 - __.
Editors. Sculpture, September/October 1988. Commissions, Rockne Krebs, The Miami Line, p. 94.
Furchgott, David. Museum & Arts Washington, DC, ___, 1988. In Sculpture.
Tamulevich, Susan. Museum & Arts Washington, DC, July/August 1987. When Light is Art, pp. 26-30.
Brayer, Betsy. Rochester Review Magazine, University of Rochester, NY, Summer 1987. Cover: Celebrating the
opening of the expanded Memorial Art Gallery, Rockne Krebs’ laser sculpture lights up the sky. MAGnificent! The “new” Memorial Art Gallery.
Artists Coalition Letter, Coalition of Washington Artists, January 1987. Art Consultants and Artists Competitions for Commissions, by Rockne Krebs, p. 3.
Forgey, Benjamin. International Sculpture, January/February 1986. Washington, D.C. Sculpture in Architectural Settings: In Perspective, pp. 18- 21.
Charnock, Anne. New Scientist, June 20, 1985, Vol. 106, No. 1461, p. 9. Artistic Pride, Laser Lawsuit.
Yalkut, Jud. Dialogue An Art Journal, July/August 1984. Art in Public Places, Lighting The Square, cover & p. 20.
Meder, Patricia (edited by). Cincinnati Magazine, Vol. 17, No. 8, May 1984. Laser Sculpture in Downtown Cincinnati and Rockne Krebs: Retrospective of Drawings, pp. 118 & 124.
Rubenfeld, Florence. New Art Examiner, October, 1984. Washington Artists Pressure Corcoran, pp.41-43. “Following the debate, both sides made an effort to relieve the pressure. Krebs and Gilliam sent Livingston flowers.”
Lee, Clayton. Artweek, February 26, 1983, Volume 14, No. 8. Rockne Krebs: Pasadena, Exhibitions, Subject/Object Conjunctions, p. 16.
The Ohio Foundation on the Arts/Columbus, magazine, May/June 1982. Rockne Krebs: Art of the Laser,
Cowen, Mary S. The Christian Science Monitor, October 29, 1981. Go Fly Some Art.
Moser, Charlotte. ARTnews, October 1981. Capital Place to Work: Seven Washington Artists, pp. 177-181.
Tannous, David. Art in America, September 1981. Rockne Krebs at Middendorf/Lane, The Spectral Horse,
Америка, Russian magazine, America Illustrated, July 1981, No. 296. International Sculpture Show,
Drath, Viola. Washington Dossier, March 1981, Vol. 6, No. 10. Art & Artists – Corporate Art Collectors: The New Medicis, Corporate Art: Offices that are Art Galleries, pp. 10–14 and p. 52.
Editors. Ocular Magazine, Fall Quarter 1980, Vol. 5 No. 3. The 11th International Sculpture Conference Exhibition, cover Krebs' The Source.
Fahr, Barry/Hayden, Darryl. Artweek, February 23, 1980. Lines in the Sky: Still Green, p. 4.
Forgey, Benjamin. ARTnews, September 1980. It Takes More Than An Outdoor Site To Make Sculpture Public, pp. 84-89.
Editors. International Sculpture Center Bulletin, Sculpture 11 Highlights, Fall/Winter 1980, No. 25. The 11th International Sculpture Conference, Washington, DC, The Source by Krebs, p. 1.
Editors. Washington Review, June/July 1980. Cover: Drawing by Rockne Krebs, Plan for a light sculpture, 1980. Drawing text, “The Source, From the steps of Mr. Jefferson’s Memorial a ruled gossamer line of white from a krypton laser continuously generates itself into the collage of light that is night. Night, the earths shadow once allowed us to see beyond ourselves. Now cities glow brighter than the firmament against which I must draw this white line, the spirit of The Source horizontally from our past to our present. Rockne Krebs” Introduction to The Source, by Rockne Krebs, p. 16. Favorite Sculptures, by Clarissa K. Wittenberg, p. 17.
Gordon, Shea. ________, _____ 1980, The White Tornado, Rockne Krebs.
Halcrow, Allan. Orange Coast Magazine, February 1980. Luxury Hotels, pp. 60-65.
McFadden, Sarah. Art in America, July-August 1979. Midwest Art: A Special Report, pp. 61-62.
Andrek, Mary. Kaleidoscope Magazine, Winter 1979-1980. Above Water Wonderland, Laser Art Get a Glowing Review, pp. 8-9.
Andrek, Mark. Kaleidoscope Magazine, Summer 1979. Laser Art, Sculpture in the Sky, pp. 5 and 13. Review of Still Green, Disneyland Hotel, Anaheim, CA.
Drath, Viola. Washington Dossier, November 1979. Art and Artists, pp. 9-12.
Andrek, Mary. Orange Coast Magazine, April 1979. Disneyland Hotel, pp. 32-33.
Hoffberg, Judith A. Umbrella Art Journal, March 1979, Vol. 2, No. 2. Profile: Washington Project for the Arts.
Tannous, David. Art in America, July-August 1978. Those Who Stay, pp. 78-87.
Frank, Peter. ARTnews, February 1977. New York Reviews, p. 118.
Moore, Alan. ARTFORUM, May 1977. New York Reviews, p. 81.
McFadden, Sarah. Art in America, November-December 1977. New York Reviews, Rockne Krebs at the Custom House, pp. 133-134.
Gordon, Michael. Arts Magazine, April 1977, Volume 51 No. 8, p. 44. Art Reviews, Rockne Krebs at James Yu Gallery, p. 44.
Creative America, National Endowment for the Arts, September 1976. Front cover: Rockne Krebs, Day Passage, laser sculpture executed in cooperation with Hewlett-Packard Corporation for Art and Technology Exhibit, 1971.
Altman, Stephen. The Cultural Post, National Endowment for the Arts, Issue 6 July/August 1976. Let There Be Light Sculpture, Rockne Krebs has produced a laser work that brings advanced technology to the creation of art, pp. 9-10. (Sun Dog at Cape Canaveral)
Felshin, Nina. Art International, May 1974, XVIII/5. Rockne Krebs: Three Works, cover and pp. 26-27, 40-44 and p. 58.
Steele, Mike. ARTnews, December 1974. Beyond Flashing Lights, p. 66.
Davis, Douglas. Newsweek, July 1, 1974. Art - Summing Up the Season, p. 73. “The most spectacular work at the “Art Now '74” exhibition (where the avant-garde took over the staid Kennedy Center), was Rockne Krebs’s “Irish Light,” an arching crisscross of laser beams in the night sky. Seen from the roof of the Kennedy Center, “Irish Light” framed the night-scape of the entire city, beamed from sources miles away from the viewer.”
Wittenberg, Clarissa K. D.C. Gazette, July-August, 1974. Rockne Krebs: Irish Light a Space Age Laser Sculpture. (The Kennedy Center, Washington, DC.)
Editors. Vogue, September 1974. Art, Art and Technology Revisited, pp. 158 and 162, (Projected Images, Walker Art Center).
Forgey, Benjamin. Art in America, September-October 1973. Rockne Krebs at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, pp. 117-119.
Noland, Cornelia. The Washingtonian Magazine, March 1973. Who Are Washington’s Seventeen Sexiest Men?, pp. 59-65.
Goldin, Amy. Art in America, March 1972. Art and Technology in a Social Vacuum, pp.46-51.
Kozloff, Max. ARTFORUM, October 1971. The Multimillion Dollar Art Boondoggie, pp. 72-76.
Kasindorf, Martin. Newsweek, May 31, 1971. Art - Lasers in L.A., p. 56.
Tuchman, Maurice. Studio International, April 1971, Vol: 181. An Introduction to Art and Technology, pp. 173-180.
Marandel, J. Patrice. Art International, June 1971. ‘Art and Technology’ a Los Angeles, pp. 100-102 and 108-110.
Editors. Time, June 28, 1971. Art, Man and Machine, pp. 60-63.
Editors. The Art Gallery Magazine, November 1971, Volume XV, Number 2. Rockne Krebs, at the New Orleans Museum of Art, cover, Krebs' drawing of Rite de Passage, New Orleans Museum of Art.
Moody, Martha. Los Angeles Magazine, June 1971. Art Happenings.
Editors. Readers Digest, November 29, 1971, Vol. XXIII No. 38. Enlarged Art Museum has New Exhibits.
Editors. Business Week, May 15, 1971. Companies Lend Their Expertise to the Arts, p. 102.
Pacific Radio Archives, 1971, broadcast Feb. 1971 and July 1971. Art and Technology / Clare Spark.
Series of interviews on the relationship between art and technology. Interview with Boyd Mefferd and
Rockne Krebs (59 min.). Digital audio files and transcript available.
Hopps, Walter/ Felshin Osnos, Nina. Art International, Volume XIV/5, May 20, 1970. Three Washington Artists: Gilliam Krebs McGowin, pp. 32-42.
Tuchman, Maurice. Art in America, March-April 1970. America at Expo ’70 in Osaka, Japan, Art and Technology, cover story and pp. 78-79.
Davis, Douglas. Arts Magazine, December 1969-January 1970. Washington Letter, p. 53.
Blake, Peter. New York Magazine, April 13, 1970. Raising the Roof at Osaka, pp. 52-53.
Lucas, Christopher. Venture Magazine, The Traveler's World, July-August 1970, Vol.7/No. 6. Expo ’70: The Twain Meet at Osaka, pp. 7-12.
Measure, Hewlett-Packard Magazine, February, 1970, cover and pp. 2-4. Art – with a touch of technology,“Collaboration between HP and a talented young sculptor has produced a unique work of environmental art that soon will be seen by millions of people around the world.”
The Sixth National Sculpture Conference, 1970, catalogue. National Sculpture Center, the University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS. Edited by Elden C. Tefft, published 1971. Published transcript of Krebs’ lecture.
Rosenberg, Karin. The Art Gallery Magazine, February 1970. Chicago, 69th American Exhibition at the Art Institute, p. 29.
Kozloff, Max. ARTFORUM, February 1969. Whitney Annual: Sculpture Whitney Museum, p. 64.
Russell, John. Art in America, January-February 1969. Collector: Larry Aldrich, p. 60.
Benson, Legrace G. Art International, December 1969. The Washington Scene.
Buhrman, Robert. Los Angeles, November 1969. Portrait of the Artist as a Mad Scientist, pp. 42-45 pp. 68-72.
Ediotrs. Business Week, November 1969. Artists Use an Industrial Palette, pp.96-97 and p.100.
Rose, Barbara. Art in America, March-April 1968. A Gallery Without Walls, pp. 60-66.
Editors. Art International, Volume XII/4 April 20, 1968. Artists on Their Art, p. 58.
Hudson, Andrew. ARTFORUM, March 1968. Washington, pp. 62-63.
Editors. House Beautiful, September 1968. Transparent Artistry, pp. 101-104.
Fields, Suzanne. The Washington Free Press, July 16-30, 1968. Ten Years.
Rosenberg, Harold. The New Yorker, October 21, 1967. The Art World.
Tucker, Marcia. ARTnews, October 1967. Reviews and Previews, p. 13.
Editors. Time, October 20, 1967. Art in New York.
Editors. Home Furnishings Daily, October 3, 1967. Clearly Apparent.