Michael Hall: Selected Bibliography
Carducci, Vincent."Birmingham: Michael Hall: Hill Gallery." Artforum 30(Jan. 1992): 108-109.
__________. "Regional Reflections." The New Art Examiner 22(Summer 1995): 36-39.
__________. "Birmingham, Michigan: Richard Nonas and Michael Hall: Hill Gallery." Sculpture 22(October 2003): 75-76.
Crise, Robert, Jr. and Bray, Hilary. "Michael Hall." Arts Magazine 58(Dec. 1983): 13.
Hall, Michael D. Stereoscopic Perspective: Reflections on American Fine and Folk Art. Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Research Press, 1988.
__________. American Folk Sculpture: The Personal and the Eccentric. Bloomfield Hills, MI: Cranbrook Academy of Art, 1971.
__________. "Weights and Measures: Public Art." Detroit Focus Quarterly 5 (Sept. 1986): 4-6.
__________ ed., et al. The Artist Outsider: Creativity and the Boundries of Culture. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1994.
__________ and Glascock, Pat. Great Lakes Muse: American Scene Painting in the Upper Midwest, 1910-1960: The Inlander Collection in the Flint Institute of Arts. Flint, MI: Flint Institute of Arts, 2003.
__________ and Hall, Julie. American Folk Sculptures fron the Hall Collection. Lexington, KY: University of Kentucky, 1974.
Kupsit, Donald and Hall, Michael D. Michael Hall: Mind to Matter, the Waltz Sculptures. Windsor, Ont., Art Gallery of Windsor, 1988.
Metcalf, E.W. and Hall, Michael D. The Ties that Bind: Folk Art in Contemporary American Culture. Cincinnati, OH: The Center, 1986.
Syracuse, NY, Everson Museum of Art. New Works in Clay by Contemporary Painters and Sculptors. Exh. cat., 1976.
Zimmerer, Kathy. "Michael Hall." Arts Magazine 60 (April 1986): 115.
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