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VIRGINIO FERRARI: BIBLIOGRAPHY 1957–2016

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I. MONOGRAPHS, SOLO EXHIBITION & COMMISSION CATALOGS

MONOGRAPHS & SOLO EXHIBITIONS

– Cedar Rapids Art Center. Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog. Cedar Rapids, IA: Cedar Rapids Art Center, 1968. Includes biographical information and illustration. Exhibition presented from April 17–May 5, 1968.

-Evanston Art Center. Ferrari Sculptures, solo exhibition catalog. Evanston, IL: Evanston Art Center, 1968. Includes biographical information. Exhibition presented from October 13–November 10, 1968.

– Fermilab–National Accelerator Laboratory. Virginio Ferrari Sculpture, solo exhibition catalog. Batavia, IL: Fermilab–National Accelerator Laboratory, 1988. Includes biographical information, illustrations, and statements. Exhibition presented from March 15–April 30, 1988.

– Ferrari, Virginio. Virginio Ferrari presenta le sue sculture in partenza per gli U.S.A., solo exhibition catalog. Verona, Italy: Virginio Ferrari, 1966. Includes illustrations. With poems by Pierre Garnier, Jean Clarence Lambert, and Franco Verdi. Exhibition presented at studio di Ferrari (via Fabio Filzi n. 10), June 30, 1966.

———, ed. Ferrari, monograph catalog. With compiled statements by Wahneta T. Robinson, Franz Schulze, and Harold Haydon. Chicago: Virginio Ferrari / University of Chicago–Midway Studios, 1975. Includes biographical information, text, and illustrations of abstract sculptures and portrait busts.

———, ed. Virginio Ferrari, monograph catalog. Chicago: Virginio Ferrari, 1982. Includes illustrations and text. With essays “Virginio Ferrari,” by Christian K. Laine, originally published in Cimaise Magazine, no. 156–157 (February–April 1982): 41–44; and “Virginio Ferrari: A Leading Sculptor in Chicago,” by Peter C. Pran, originally published in Cimaise Magazine, no. 156–157 (February–April 1982): 45–48. Text in French and English.

———, ed. Virginio Ferrari Sculptor: Monumental Sculptures; Chicago and Vicinity, monograph catalog. Chicago: Virginio Ferrari, 2004. Includes biographical information, illustrations, and statements.

– Franklin Square Gallery. Virginio Ferrari – Meeting Element: A Collection of New Work 1991, solo exhibition catalog. Chicago: Corporate Art Source / Virginio Ferrari, 1991. Includes biographical information. Exhibition presented at from October–November 1991.

– Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea–Palazzo Forti. Virginio Ferrari: Ombre della sera 1959–2003, solo exhibition brochure (supplement to the exhibition catalog). Verona, Italy: Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea–Palazzo Forti, 2003. Includes biographical information, illustrations, and statements. Contains a map of exhibited outdoor sculptures in the historic center of Verona. Exhibition presented from April 18–September 20, 2003.

– Galerie l’Angle Aigu. Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog. Brussels, Belgium: Galerie l’Angle Aigu, 1967. Includes biographical information, illustration, and text. With reprints of comments by Franz Schulze. Exhibition presented from October 5–19, 1967.

– Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea–Palazzo Forti and Giorgio Cortenova, ed. Virginio Ferrari: Ombre della sera 1959–2003, solo exhibition catalog. Venice, Italy: Marsilio Editori, 2003. Includes biographical information, illustrations, interview, and text. With essays “L’ombra della sera,” by Giorgio Cortenova; “Virginio Ferrari: i due racconti,” by Arturo Carlo Quintavalle; “Dialogo con Virginio Ferrari,” [interview with Virginio Ferrari] by Arturo Carlo Quintavalle; “Biografia” by Marco G. Ferrari and Fabio Ferrari (translated by Elisa Ferrari and Fabio Ferrari); and Full Circle synopsis by Marco G. Ferrari. Forwards by Paolo Zanotto, Maurizio Pedrazza Gorlero, and Giuseppe Manni. Retrospective exhibition presented at the Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea–Palazzo Forti, April 18–July 20, 2003; historic center of Verona, and Ex Arsenale, Verona, Italy, April 18–September 20, 2003. Sections of the catalog are also available online at http://www.palazzoforti.it/Virginio_Ferrari.php (accessed June 2009).

– Galleria del Girasole. Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog. Udine, Italy: Galleria del Girasole, 1964. Includes biographical information and illustrations. Exhibition presented from January 4–16, 1964.

– Galleria La Cornice. Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog. Verona, Italy: Galleria La Cornice, 1963. Includes biographical information and illustrations. Exhibition presented from October 12–20, 1963.

– Galleria Minima. V. Ferrari: Mostra personale, solo exhibition catalog. With an introduction, “Nota Bibliografica,” by Licisco Magagnato. Milan, Italy: Galleria Minima, 1963. Includes biographical information and illustrations. Exhibition presented from June 1–20, 1963.

– Galleria Roma. Ferrari Sculptures, solo exhibition catalog. Chicago: Galleria Roma, 1967. Includes biographical information and illustration. Exhibition presented from November 16–December 9, 1967.

———. Ferrari at Galleria Roma, solo exhibition catalog. Chicago: Galleria Roma / Deson-Zaks, 1969. Includes biographical information and illustrations. Exhibition presented from January 10–February 4, 1969.

– Galleria Salone Annunciata. Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog. With an introduction by Jan van der Marck. Milan, Italy: Galleria Salone Annunciata / Carlo Grossetti, 1969. Includes biographical information and illustrations. Text in English and Italian with translation by Roberto Sanesi. Exhibition presented from May 12–31, 1969. Reprinted for the solo exhibition catalog Virginio Ferrari, Franzp Arte Contemporanea, Turin, Italy, 1969.

– Galleria XXII Marzo. Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog. With an introduction by Gian Lorenzo Mellini. Venice, Italy: Galleria XXII Marzo, 1962. Includes biographical information and illustrations. Exhibition presented from May 19–June 1, 1962.

– Galleria Zero and Federico Chiecchi, ed. Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog. Introduction by Federico Chiecchi, with contributions by Toni Toniato and Virginio Ferrari. Verona, Italy: Galleria Zero, 1965. Includes biographical information, illustrations, statements, and text. With a Ferrari interview titled “Virginio Ferrari: Da Lisistrato a M. Duchamp e Oltre,” by Federico Chiecchi. Exhibition presented at Galleria Zero, April–May 1965.

– Istituto di Storia dell’Arte dell’Università di Parma and Arturo Carlo Quintavalle, ed. Virginio Ferrari: Gocce d’amore pop, solo exhibition catalog. Parma, Italy: Istituto di Storia dell’Arte dell’Università di Parma, 1971. Includes biographical information, illustrations, and text. With essays “Virginio Ferrari: Gocce d’amore pop,” by Arturo Carlo Quintavalle; “Rapporti,” by Jan van der Marck; “La mostra di Chicago (1970),” by Franz Schulze; and “Lettera a Virginio Ferrari,” by Harold Haydon. Retrospective exhibition presented at Salone dei Contrafforti in Pilotta, Istituto di Storia dell’Arte dell’Università di Parma, Parma, Italy, March 1971. Text in Italian and English.

– Istituto Italiano di Cultura–Chicago, ed. Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog. Chicago: Istituto Italiano di Cultura–Chicago, 1995. Includes biographical information, illustrations, statement, and text. With an introduction by Paolo Cherchi and Placido Cherchi; statement by Virginio Ferrari; preface by Bruno Bellotto; forwards by Jim Edgar, Richard M. Daley, Boris Biancheri, Michelangelo Jacobucci, and Pasquale D’Avino. Text in English and Italian, with translations by Michael Zeoli, Fabio Ferrari, Terri Stough, and Cecilia Novero in collaboration with Rebecca West. For the retrospective exhibition Virginio Ferrari: Joining + New Forms, Istituto Italiano di Cultura–Chicago, November 8–December 5, 1995.

– Long Beach Museum of Art. Sculpture Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog. Introduction by Wahneta T. Robinson. Long Beach, CA: Long Beach Museum of Art, 1968. Includes biographical information, statements, and illustrations. Exhibition presented from January 21–February 18, 1968. Circulated to the exhibition Sculpture Virginio Ferrari, Fresno Art Center, March 26–April 14, 1968.

– Makler Gallery. V. Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog. Philadelphia: Makler Gallery, 1963. Includes biographical information and illustrations. For the exhibition presented at Makler Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1963.

– Paris Art Center, Ante Glibota, and Jean-Marie Dunoyer. Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog. Paris, France: Paris Art Center, 1985. Includes biographical information, illustrations, statements, and text. With essays “Les espaces médiatifs,” [Mediating Spaces] by Ante Glibota; “Ferrari Veronese,” by Jean-Marie Dunoyer; and “Meeting with Sculpture,” [Racontre de la sculpture] by Virginio Ferrari. Retrospective exhibition presented from March 12–April 27, 1985. Circulated to the exhibition Ferrari: Inside/Outside, The Chicago Public Library–Cultural Center, 1985. Text in French and English.

– Pick, Albert, Jr. Contemporary Works of Art in Bronze by Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog. Highland Park, IL: Albert Pick Jr., 1964. Includes biographical information and text. Exhibition presented at Albert Pick Jr. Residence, Highland Park, Illinois, June 1964.

– Pick­-Congress Hotel. Contemporary Works in Bronze by V. Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog. Chicago: Pick­-Congress Hotel, 1966. Includes biographical information.

– Raphael Fodde Editions. Motets by Eugenio Montale with Eleven Etchings and Lithographs by Virginio Ferrari, bilingual ed, monograph. Introduction and translation by Raphael Fodde. Woodmere, N.Y.: Raphael Fodde Editions, 1994. Includes biographical information, illustrations, and text. Prints are signed and numbered. Text in Italian and English.

– Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago. Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog. With an introduction by Harold Haydon. Chicago: Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago, 1967. Includes biographical information, illustrations, and text. Exhibition presented at Goodspeed Hall galleries and outdoor quadrangle, Chicago, Illinois, May 1–June 12, 1967.

– Rinascimento Foundation. Rinascimento ‘90 Ball, solo exhibition catalog. Chicago: Rinascimento Foundation, 1990. Includes biographical information and illustrations. Exhibition honoring Virginio Ferrari with an award presentation at the Rotunda of Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois, October 26, 1990.

– University of Chicago–School of Social Service Administration. Ferrari 70: An Exhibition of Sculpture and Drawings by Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog. With an introduction by Harold Haydon. Chicago: University of Chicago / School of Social Service Administration, 1970. Includes biographical information and text. Exhibition presented from November 23–December 22, 1970.

– Zaks Gallery. Ferrari Variations, solo exhibition catalog. Chicago: Zaks Gallery, 1977. Includes statements. Exhibition presented from June 17–July 1977.

———. Virginio Ferrari: Marble Sculpture, solo exhibition catalog. Chicago: Zaks Gallery, 1979. Includes illustration. Exhibition presented from March 16–April 1979.

COMMISSION CATALOGS

– Amici del Villaggio Angelo dall’Oca Bianca, and Virginio Ferrari. La famiglia, sculpture dedication catalog. Verona, Italy: Amici del Villaggio Angelo Dall’Oca Bianca, 2001. Includes illustrations and statements. For the sculpture La famiglia, or Joining, 1995–2001, stainless steel, bronze, copper, pietra di Verona, and Botticino limestone, 290 x 1200 x 1200 cm, City of Verona, Borgo Nuovo, Verona, Italy, dedicated on September 16, 2001.

– Calumet Federal Reserve. A Gift of Art, sculpture dedication catalog. Dolton, IL: Calumet Federal Reserve, 1984. Includes biographical information and illustrations. For the sculpture Curiously and Observed, or Savings and Security, 1978, bronze and Rosa Aurora marble, 762 x 304.8 x 76.2 cm, Calumet Federal Savings and Loan, Dolton, Illinois, dedicated on July 7, 1984.

– Clinton, Bruce, Martha Clinton, and Chicago Park District. Dedication of the Model Yacht Basin and Ecstasy, sculpture dedication catalog. Chicago: Bruce Clinton / Chicago Park District, 2007. Includes biographical information, illustration, and text. For the sculpture Ecstasy, or Due amanti che guardano le stelle, or Romeo e Giulietta, 1974, bronze, 823 x 193.1 x 132.1 cm, Chicago Park District, Harold Washington Park (Burnham Park), Model Yacht Basin, Chicago, Illinois, dedicated on September 29, 2007.

– Chiesa dei PP. Passionisti di Trepuzzi. La nuova porta di bronzo, sculpture dedication catalog. Trepuzzi, Italy: Chiesa dei PP. Passionisti di Trepuzzi, 1974. Includes illustrations and text. For the sculpture Portale di San Gabriele, or Porta di bronzo, 1965–71, bronze, 365.8 x 426.7 x 8 cm.

– Dundee Place Corporate Center. Virginio Ferrari’s Meteora, sculpture dedication catalog. Northbrook, IL: Dundee Place Corporate Center, 1987. Includes biographical information and illustrations. For the sculpture Meteora, 1987, bronze, 518.2 x 457.2 x 152.5 cm, Korman Lederer & Associates, Dundee Place Corporate Center, Northbrook, Illinois, dedicated on June 16, 1987.

– Loyola University Medical Center. Vita, sculpture dedication catalog. Maywood, IL: Loyola University Medical Center, November 24, 1970. For the sculpture Vita, 1969, bronze, concrete and water, 732 x 213.3 x 213.3 cm, dedicated on November 24, 1970.

– National Depressive and Manic-Depressive Association (NDMDA). The Dr. Jan Fawcett Humanitarian Award Dinner, award catalog. n.p.: National Depressive and Manic-Depressive Association, 1989. Includes illustration. For the commemorative sculpture award Armonia, or Harmony, 1989, bronze, presented to Dr. Jan Fawcett on July 29, 1989.

– Newberry Library. The Centennial of The Newberry Library Opening Celebration, award catalog. Chicago: Newberry Library, 1987. Includes illustration. For the commemorative sculpture award Umanità, silver and bronze, presented to Paul Oskar Kristeller on September 19, 1987.

———. The 2006 Newberry Library Award Dinner, catalog. Chicago: Newberry Library, 2006. Includes illustration and text. For the commemorative sculpture award Umanità, 1987, silver and bronze, presented to Hanna H. Gray. Awards (with booklet) also presented to Richard M. Daley (2007), Anthony Grafton (2008), and William J. Cronon (2009).

– Northwestern University. Pick-Steiger Concert Hall Dedicatory Concert, building and sculpture dedication catalog. Edited by Sharon Bobbit. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University, 1975. Includes biographical information. For the sculpture Armonia, or Forme in volo II, 1963–73, bronze, 310 x 180 x 130 cm, dedicated on October 26, 1975.

– Orland Park Veterans Commission. Orland Park Veterans Memorial: Ara Pace, sculpture dedication catalog. Orland Park, IL: Orland Park Veterans Commission, 1995. Includes illustration and statement. For the sculpture Ara Pacis, or Ara Pace–Place of Peace, 1995, stainless steel, limestone and concrete, 457.2 x 1219.2 x 1219.2 cm, Village Hall, Orland Park Veterans Memorial, Orland Park, Illinois, dedicated on November 11, 1995.

– Pran, Peter C., and Virginio Ferrari. In Memory of Clevon Pran, 1944–1997, sculpture dedication catalog. Chicago: Peter C. Pran / Virginio Ferrari, 1998. Includes illustration and statement. For the sculpture Ombra della sera, or Shadow of the Night, 1991, bronze, 221 x 27.9 x 27.9 cm, City of Chicago Public Art Collection, Chicago Public Library, Harold Washington Library Center, Chicago, Illinois, dedicated in January, 1998.

– R.R. Donnelley & Sons. Continuity: Virginio Ferrari, sculpture dedication catalog. Chicago: R.R. Donnelley & Sons, 1992. Includes biographical information and statement. For the sculpture Continuity, 1962–92, bronze and granite, 350 x 140 x 60 cm, R.R. Donnelley & Sons Co. Corporate Headquarters, Chicago, Illinois. Donated to the University of Chicago, Gordon Center for Integrative Science, Chicago, Illinois, 2005.

– Tool and Die Institute. Being Born, sculpture catalog. Park Ridge, IL: Tool and Die Institute, 1983–84. Includes text, biographical information, statements, and illustrations. With excerpts of letters, communications, and statements by the – Tool and Die Institute and Jane M. Byrne, mayor of Chicago; and previously published article “For Once, Art Strives to Imitate Life,” by Don Hayner (Suburban Tribune, December 4, 1981). For the sculpture Being Born, 1983, stainless steel, granite, and water, 624.9 x 701 x 548.6 cm, City of Chicago Public Art Collection, dedicated on November 9, 1983.

———. Being Born: A Monument to the Precision Metalworking Industry, sculpture catalog. Edited by Bruce Braker. Park Ridge, IL: Tool and Die Institute, 1984. Includes biographical information, illustrations, statements, and text. For the sculpture Being Born, 1983, stainless steel, granite and water, 624.9 x 701 x 548.6 cm, City of Chicago Public Art Collection, dedicated on November 9, 1983.

– University of Chicago. The Albert Pick Hall for International Studies, building and sculpture dedication catalog. Chicago: University of Chicago, 1971. Includes biographical information and statement. For the sculpture Dialogo, 1971, bronze and limestone, 457.2 x 426.8 x 426.8 cm, dedicated on June 14, 1971.

———. The Albert Pick, JR., Award for Outstanding Contributions to International Understanding, award catalog. Chicago: University of Chicago, 1979. Includes illustration. For the commemorative sculpture award Unity II, or Forme danzanti, 1978, bronze, 31 cm (height), presented to Robert S. McNamara on May, 22, 1979.

– University of Chicago Wyler Children’s Hospital. Love and Hope by V. Ferrari of Verona, Italy, sculpture dedication catalog. Chicago: University of Chicago Wyler Children’s Hospital / Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pick Jr., 1967. Includes biographical information and statement. With excerpts from a letter concerning the sculpture, by Virginio Ferrari from his studio in Verona. For the sculpture Love and Hope, or Messaggio di speranza, 1963–66, bronze, 240 x 200 x 120 cm, dedicated on January 6, 1967.

– Wayne Hummer & Co. Creating a Lasting Impression, sculpture dedication catalog. Chicago: Wayne Hummer & Co., 1992. Includes biographical information, illustrations, and statement. For the sculpture Cling, 1992, bronze, 304.8 x 304.8 x 20.3 cm, Wayne Hummer & Co.

II. BOOKS, COLLECTIONS & GROUP EXHIBITION CATALOGS

BOOKS

– Bach, Ira J., and Mary Lackritz Gray. A Guide to Chicago’s Public Sculpture. With the assistance of Mary Alice Molloy and an introduction by Franz Schulze. Urbana, Chicago, and London: University of Chicago Press, 1983, pp. 77, 198–99, 259, 330. Includes biographical information, statements, text, and illustrations of the sculptures Being Born, 1983; Armonia, 1963–73; Prisim into Two Elements, 1979–80; Dialogo, 1971; and Vita, 1969.

– Ballini, Anna, and Isabella Dilavello. Incorniciarte: 10 anni di proposte in una nuova cornice; Passione, book. Verona: Incorniciarte, 2006. Includes, statement, text, and an illustration of the painting Senza titolo, 2006.

– Barnard, Judith. The Indestructible Crown: The Life of Albert Pick, Jr. Chicago: Nelson-Hall, 1980, pp. 147, 156–57, 161, 162, 169, 173, 177, 178–79, 216, 218. Includes biographical information, and references Albert and Corinne Pick Jr.’s involvement in Ferrari’s life as patrons.

– Bertoni, Camilla. “Borgo Nuovo venticinque anni dopo.” In Borgo Nuovo: 1980–2005, by Enzo Bassotto and Raffaello Bassotto. Verona: Cierre Edizioni, 2005. References Ferrari and the sculpture La famiglia, or Joining 1995–2001.

– Candeloro, Dominic Lawrence. Chicago’s Italians: Immigrants, Ethnics, Americans. The making of America series. Charleston, SC: Arcadia, 2003, p. 154. Includes biographical information.

– Cherchi, Paolo. Ministorie di microgeneri. Vol. 7 of Susan and Donald Mazzoni’s Seminar. Edited by Chiara Fabbian and Emanuela Zanotti Carney. Ravenna, Italy: Longo Editore, front cover design of the sculpture La coppia, 1987.

– City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs. The Chicago Public Art Guide. Chicago: City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs, 2005, pp. 38, 67. Includes statements, text, and illustrations of the sculptures Being Born, 1983; Sequence, 1984; and Two Lovers, 1980.

– Clancy, Marilyn D., and Ron Schramm. Chicago; A CityLife Pictoral Guide. Stillwater, MN: Voyager Press, 1995, p. 56. Includes text and illustrations of the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

– Cohen, Jean-Louis. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, book. Basel: Birkhäuser, 2007, p. 120. Includes an illustration of the sculpture Earth Form, 1979.

– Courage Books. Chicago: A Photographic Celebration. Philadelphia and London: Running Press / Courage Books, 2001, p. 86. Includes text and an illustration of the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

– Crescent Books. Chicago: A Photographic Journey. With text by Bill Harris. New York: Crescent Books, 1989, p. 63. Includes an illustration of the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

– Delmiglio, Emanuele. I Protagonisti: Verona autunno 2007. Vol. 2, of Excellence book Verona.Verona: Delmiglio Editore, 2007, pp. 52–54. Includes interview and illustrations of the sculpture Being Born, 1983; and Ferrari family portrait photograph.

Dictionary of International Biography: A Biographical Record of Contemporary Achievement, 1976 ed. Vol. 12, bk. Part I: A–K. Edited by Ernest Kay. Cambridge, England: Melrose Press Limited, 1976, s.v. “Ferrari, Virginio.” Includes biographical information.

– Glibota, Ante, and Frédéric Edelmann, eds. 150 Ans d’architecture de Chicago 1833–1983 [150 Years of Chicago Architecture 1833–1983]. With the collaboration of the Institut Français d’Architecture. Paris: Paris Art Center / Musée de la Seita, 1983, pp. 323, 332. Includes text and illustrations of the sculptures Prism into Two Elements, 1979–80; Curiously and Observed, or Savings and Security, 1978; and exterior view of Ferrari’s Rowe Building studios. For the exhibition presented at the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, Illinois, October 1–January 15, 1986, and tour. Text in French and English.

– Gordon, Ron, and John Paulett. Images of America: Printers Row Chicago. Charleston, SC; Chicago, IL; Portsmouth, NH; San Fransisco, CA: Arcadia Publishing, 2003, pp. 102, 104, 106, 110–11. Includes text and illustrations of Ferrari’s Rowe Building studios, colleagues, and events.

– Grafiche Aurora. Vent’anni di ritratti. In Arte a Verona, edited by Enzo Bassotto and Raffaello Bassotto. Verona: Edizioni dell’Aurora, 2004, p. 68. Includes text and an illustration of a portrait photograph of Ferrari, 2000.

– Grafiche Aurora. Vent’anni di una tipografia. In Arte a Verona, edited by Enzo Bassotto and Raffaello Bassotto. Verona: Edizioni dell’Aurora, 2004, pp.12–13. Includes text and an illustration of La foresta, or Ombre della sera, 1998.

– Guerra, C., ed. Protagonisti Italiani nel Mondo: Presenza Italiana in USA. Edited by C. Guerra. Rome: Edizioni Internazionali, 1994, pp. 240–45. Includes biographical information and an illustration. Text in Italian and English.

– Holli, Melvin G., and Peter d’Alroy Jones. Ethnic Chicago: A Multicultural Portrait. Grand Rapids, MI: W.B. Eerdmans Pub. Co, 1995, p. 258. Includes biographical information.

– Istituto Italiano di Cultura–Chicago. Landscapes of the Mind: A Concert with Conversation. Chicago: Istituto Italiano di Cultura–Chicago, 1991, front cover design of Landscapes of the Mind, 1991.

———. Portraits: A Concert with Conversation, booklet. Chicago: Istituto Italiano di Cultura–Chicago, 1992, front cover design of Portraits, 1992.

———. Chicago 1985–2005. With an introduction by Francesca Valente. Chicago: Istituto Italiano di Cultura–Chicago, 2005, p. 41. Includes statement and an illustration of the drawing L’occhio del ciclone, or The Eye of the Tornado, 2004.

– Michelin Travel. Michelin the Green Guide: Chicago. Michelin Travel Pubns, 2007, p. 46. Includes text and an illustration of the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

– Miller, Sandro, and Scavi Scaligeri. Sandro: Verona; Figure e Ritratti. Verona: Cierre Edizioni, 2002, p.141. Includes text and an illustration of a portrait photograph of Ferrari. For the exhibition Sandro: Verona; Figure e Ritratti, Centro Internazionale di Fotografia – Scavi Scaligeri, Verona, Italy, 2002.

– Mozzanbani, Alessandro. “V. Ferrari.” In Dizionario Bolaffi degli scultori Italiani moderni, edited by Giuseppe Marchiori and Paolo Levi. Turin, Italy: Giulio Bolaffi Editore, 1972, p. 141. Includes biographical information, text, and illustrations of the sculptures Strana vita, 1966; and Vita, 1969.

– Museo di Castlevecchio and Graham Foundation. New Chicago Architecture: Beyond the International Style. Edited by Maurizio Casari and Vicenzo Pavan. New York: Rizzoli International Publications, 1981. Ferrari co-curator and coordinator. For the exhibition New Chicago Architecture, Palazzo della Gran Guardia, Verona, Italy, September 11–October 31, 1981, and tour to Naples and Palermo, Italy.

– Opitz, Glenn B., ed. Dictionary of American Sculptors: 18th Century to the Present. Poughkeepsie, NY: Apollo, 1984, p. 125. Includes biographical information.

– Pridmore, Jay, and Peter Kiar. The University of Chicago: An Architectural Tour. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2006, p. 69. Includes an illustration of the sculpture Dialogo, 1971.

– Riedy, James L. Chicago Sculpture. Urbana, Chicago, and London: University of Illinois Press, 1981, pp. 147–48, 160. Includes biographical information, statements, text, and illustrations of the sculptures Dialogo, 1971; and Love and Hope, or Messaggio di speranza, 1963–66.

– University of Chicago. The University of Chicago Fact Book. Edited by Irene Macauley. Chicago: D.J.R. Bruckner, Vice-President for Public Affairs / University of Chicago, 1975, p. i. Includes an illustration of the sculpture Dialogo, 1971.

– University of Miami. Center for Advanced International Studies. Coral Cables, Florida: University of Miami / Center for Advanced International Studies, n.d., front cover and p. 1. Includes text and an illustration of the sculpture Unity, 1975.

– U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). National Community Arts Program Catalog. Washington D.C.: U.S. Printing Office / U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 1973, p. 121. Includes biographical information and an illustration of the sculpture Dialogo, 1971. For the HUD National Community Arts Competition Program which recommended the work of 339 artists for HUD assisted development projects.

– Visalli, Santi. Chicago. With forward by Bill Kurtis. New York: Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., pp. 194-95. Includes an illustration of the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

COLLECTION CATALOGS

– Borg-Warner Corp. Selections from the Borg-Warner Corporation Collection of Art, collection catalog. Chicago: Borg-Warner Corp., n.d., p. 30. Includes an illustration of the sculpture Plastic Elements, or Vertical Elements, 1979.

– Eisenberg, Sondra Ward. The 900–910 Art Collection, collection catalog. With a forward by Dirk Lohan. Chicago: Uptown Service Corp. and Rishard Stein, 1979. Includes text and an illustration of the sculpture Earth Form, 1979.

– Grafiche Aurora. Aurora project: Una collezione d’arte contemporanea, collection/group exhibition catalog. Edited by Enzo Bassotto and Raffaello Bassotto, with an introduction by Walter Guadagnini. Verona: Edizioni dell’Aurora, 2005, p. 2, 157. Includes biographical information, text, and illustrations of the sculpture Le ombre della sera, 2004. Exhibition presented at Grafiche Aurora, Verona, Italy, December 2005–June 2006.

– Kravitt, Shirley Paperno. Ravinia Festival: Sculpture in the Park; A Survey, collection catalog. With contributions by Zarin Mehta, Stanley M. Freehling, and Anthony Jones. Highland Park, IL: Women’s Board of the Ravinia Festival Association, 1992, pp. vii, 1–2, 9–10. Includes statements, text, and illustrations of the sculptures Ecstasy, or Due amanti che guardano le stelle, or Romeo e Giulietta, 1974; and Forme danzanti, or Antico Romano, 1962.

– Museo d’Arte Moderna Pagani. Pagani: Museo d’Arte Moderna, collection catalog. Castellanza, Italy: Museo d’Arte Moderna Pagani, n.d. Includes information for the sculpture Volo tragico, 1963.

– Museum of Outdoor Arts. The Museum of Outdoor Arts: Collection, collection catalog. Englewood, CO: Museum of Outdoor Arts, 2008, p. 48. Includes information for the sculpture Via Veneto, 2001.

– Northwestern University. Sculpture at Northwestern, collection catalog. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University, n.d. Includes information and map for the sculptures Armonia, or Forme in volo II, 1963–73; and Prism into Two Elements, 1979–80.

———. Northwestern University: Sculpture Garden, collection catalog. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University / Mary and Leigh Block Gallery, 1989. Includes information for the sculptures Armonia, or Forme in volo II, 1963–73; and Prism into Two Elements, 1979–80.

– Sears Bank and Trust Co. The Art Collection of Sears Bank and Trust Company, collection/group exhibition catalog. With contributions by Emory Williams and Malcolm M. Flemming. Chicago: Sears Bank and Trust Co., 1980. Includes text and an illustration of the sculpture Curious I, 1979. Exhibition presented at the Sears Tower, Chicago, Illinois, October 15–November 21, 1980.

– State of Illinois Capital Development Board. Art Collection for the Willard Ice Building: Purchased Through the State of Illinois Art–in–Architecture Program of the Capital Development Board, collection catalog. Springfield, IL: State of Illinois Capital Development Board. Includes an illustration of the sculpture Formation of a Circle, 1985.

TWO-PERSON EXHIBITION CATALOGS

– Circolo del Capello. Bianchi e neri oli e tempere di Francesco Arduini – Sculture di Virginio Ferrari, two-person exhibition catalog. With an introduction essay “Virginio Ferrari,” by Gian Lorenzo Mellini. Verona, Italy: Il Circolo del Capello, 1963. Includes biographical information, illustrations, and text. Exhibition presented at Il Circolo del Capello and Galleria Alla Rima, Verona, Italy, June–July 1963.

– Istituto Italiano di Cultura–Chicago and Raphel Fodde Editions. One Poet One Artist: Virginio Ferrari’s Homage to Eugenio Montale, two-person exhibition catalog. Chicago: Istituto Italiano di Cultura–Chicago, 1994. Includes biographical information, illustration, and text. For the exhibition presented at the Newberry Library, Chicago, Illinois, June 8, 1994.

– Sears Bank and Trust Co. Virginio Ferrari: Sculpture – Roland Ginzel: Painting, two-person exhibition catalog. With an introduction by Malcolm M. Fleming. Chicago: Sears Bank and Trust Co., 1977. Includes biographical information, illustrations, and text. Exhibition presented at the Sears Tower, Chicago, Illinois, September 7–October 28, 1977.

GROUP EXHIBITION CATALOGS

– Art Museum of Santa Cruz County, Ruth McGurk, Felicia Rice, Peter Thomas, and Gary Young. Dressing the Text: The Fine Press Artists’ Book, exhibition catalog. Santa Cruz, CA: Printers’ Chappel of Santa Cruz, 1995, p. 19. Includes illustration and text. References the book Motets by Eugenio Montale with Eleven Etchings and Lithographs by Virginio Ferrari, Raphael Fodde Editions, 1994. Exhibition presented at Octagon Gallery, Art Museum of Santa Cruz County, Santa Cruz, California, April 15–May 28, 1995, and tour (January 15, 1996–March 6, 1998).

Art@ltro. Arte in giardino: Mostra di scultori veronesi, group exhibition catalog. Verona: Art@ltro, 2005. Includes biographical information and text. Exhibition presented at Istituto d’Arte Nani, Verona, Italy, June 2005.

– Arte e Critica 70, group exhibition catalog. Modena, Italy: Ente Modenese Manifestazioni Artistiche / Galleria della Sala di Cultura. Includes biographical information. Exhibition presented at Istituti Culturali del Comune di Modena, Sala di Cultura della Galleria Civica, Modena, Italy, 1970.

– Arts Club of Chicago. 55th Annual Exhibition by the Professional Members, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: Arts Club of Chicago, 1975. Includes an illustration of the sculpture Q.M.F., 1975. Exhibition presented from April 13–May 10, 1975.

———. 59th Annual Exhibition by the Professional Members, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: Arts Club of Chicago, 1979. Includes an illustration of the sculpture Curious, 1979. Exhibition presented from April 8–May 9, 1979.

———. Paperworks + sculpture : The Arts Club of Chicago ; 60th Annual Exhibition by the Professional Members, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: Arts Club of Chicago, 1980. Includes an illustration of the sculpture Into Two Squares, 1979. Exhibition presented from March 30–April 26, 1979.

———. Paperworks + Sculpture: The Arts Club of Chicago; 62nd Annual Exhibition by the Artist Members, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: The Arts Club of Chicago, 1982. Includes an illustration of the sculpture Tumbleweed, 1981. Exhibition presented from April 18–May 15, 1982.

———. 64th Annual Artist Member Exhibition: Paperworks + Sculpture, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: Arts Club of Chicago, 1984. Includes text and an illustration of the sculpture Being Born, 1983. Exhibition presented from March 11–31, 1984.

———. 66th Annual Member Exhibition: Works on Paper and Sculpture, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: Arts Club of Chicago, 1986. Includes text and an illustration of the sculpture Cylinder of Spheres, 1985. Exhibition presented from January 12–February 8, 1986.

———. 68th Annual Artist Members Exhibition: Works on Paper and Sculpture, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: Arts Club of Chicago, 1988. Includes text and an illustration of the sculpture Sliced Circle, 1987. Exhibition presented from March 13– April 23, 1988.

———. Works on Paper and Sculpture: 70th Annual Artist Member Exhibition, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: Arts Club of Chicago, 1990. Includes text and an illustration of the sculpture Interlocking II, 1990. Exhibition presented from April 8–May 4, 1990.

———. Works on Paper and Sculpture: 72nd Annual Artist Member Exhibition, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: Arts Club of Chicago, 1992. Includes text and an illustration of the sculpture Tensione #2, 1992. Exhibition presented from March 22–April 25, 1992.

———. 74th Annual Artist Members Exhibition: Works on Paper and Sculpture, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: Arts Club of Chicago, 1993. Includes text and an illustration of the sculpture Family of Joining II, 1993. Exhibition presented from December 12, 1993– January 22, 1994.

– Bianconi, Roberto, and Andrea Pagnes. Vasicomunicanti: Corrispondenze e contrasti che comunicano tra loro, group exhibition catalog. Verona: Numerouno Gruppo di Comunicazione, 2002. Includes biographical information, text, and illustrations of the sculptures Vaso di Rosso Verona, 2002; and Vaso di Cristallo Murano, 2002. Exhibition presented at Numerouno Design Center and tour to Marco Polo Glass Gallery and Studio, Murano, Italy, September 19–October 20, 2002 .

– Biennale d’Arte Triveneta. XIV Biennale d’Arte Triveneta: ottobre–novembre 1961, group exhibition catalog. Padova, Italy: Biennale d’Arte Triveneta, 1961. Exhibition presented at Sala della Ragione, Padova, Italy, October–November 1961.

———. IV Concorso Internazionale del Bronzetto: ottobre–novembre 1961, group exhibition catalog. Padova, Italy: Biennale d’Arte Triveneta, 1961. Exhibition presented at Sala della Ragione, Padova, Italy, October–November 1961.

———. XV Biennale d’Arte Triveneta, group exhibition catalog. Padova, Italy: Biennale d’Arte Triveneta, 1963. Exhibition presented at the Sala della Ragione, Padova, Italy, October–November 1963.

———. V Concorso Internazionale del Bronzetto, group exhibition catalog. Padova, Italy: Biennale d’Arte Triveneta, 1963. Exhibition presented at the Sala della Ragione, Padova, Italy, October–November 1963.

———. XVI Biennale d’Arte Triveneta, group exhibition catalog. Padova, Italy: Biennale d’Arte Triveneta, 1965. References the sculptures Metamorfosi umana, or Forma organica II (illustrated); and Strana figurazione, 1965. Exhibition presented at the Sala della Ragione, Padova, Italy, October–November 1965.

———. VI Concorso Internazionale del Bronzetto, group exhibition catalog. Padova, Italy: Biennale d’Arte Triveneta, 1965. Includes text and illustrations. References the sculptures Forma organica, or Sviluppo di una condizione, 1964 (illustrated); and Nuova genesi, 1965. Exhibition presented at the Sala della Ragione, Padova, Italy, October–November 1965.

– Biennale Nazionale del Disegno, group exhibition catalog. Recoaro Terme, Vicenza, Italy, 1962. Awarded.

Bonesini, Gian Paolo, and Art@ltro. Paper + Materiali in Opera, group exhibition catalog. With an introcudtion by Camilla Bertoni. Verona: Art@ltro, 2005, pp. 24–25, 37. Includes text and illustrations of the sculptures Shanghai, or Ombre della sera, 1977–2005. Exhibition presented at the Ex Arsenale, Verona, Italy, August 27–September 10, and tour to Palazzo della Gran Guardia, Verona, September 29–October 2, 2005. Text in Italian and English.

———. Paper: Verona di Carta, Arsenale, group exhibition catalog. With an introduction by Stefania Portinari. Verona: Art@ltro, 2006, p. 31. Includes text and illustrations of the sculpture Cosmo, 2006. Exhibition presented at the Ex Arsenale, Verona, Italy, October 5–25, 2006.

– Capital Development Board of the State of Illinois. Illinois % For Art Dedication Exhibit: On the Grounds of the Department of Transportation Administration Building; June 1–September 16, 1979, group exhibition catalog. Springfield, IL: Capital Development Board of the State of Illinois, 1979. Includes biographical information and illustrations.

– Caramel, Luciano, ed. Scultura Internazionale ad Agliè: Giardino e Parco del Castello, group exhibition catalog. With contributions by Daniela Biancolini and Giampiero Leo. Turin, Italy: Marianna Ferrero / Romano Canavese, 2004, pp. 54-55, 107. Includes biographical information, text, and an illustration of the sculpture Ombre della sera, 2004. Exhibition presented at Castello di Agliè, Turin, May 30–October 17, 2004.

– Chicago Athenaeum. Real Furniture/Fake Furniture, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: Chicago Athenaeum, 1992. Includes text. Exhibition presented at John Hancock Center, Chicago, Illinois, February 4–April 28, 1992.

– Chicago International Art Exposition. Art 1981 Chicago: Navy Pier; May 14–19, 1981, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: Chicago International Art Exposition, 1981, p. 199. Includes text and an illustration of the sculpture Prism into Two Elements, 1979–80.

———. Chicago International Art Exposition: Art 1982 Chicago, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: Chicago International Art Exposition, 1982, p. 122. Includes text and an illustration of the sculpture Dancing Elements [Tumbleweed], 1977–82. Represented by Zaks Gallery. Exhibition presented at Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois, May 13–18, 1982.

———. Chicago International Art Exposition 1983, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: Chicago International Art Exposition, 1983, p. 224. Includes text and an illustration of the sculpture Rainbow, 1982. Represented by Zaks Gallery. Exhibition presented at Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois, May 19–24, 1983.

———. Chicago International Art Exposition 1984, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: Chicago International Art Exposition, 1984, p. 310. Includes text and an illustration of the sculpture Being Born, 1983. Represented by Zaks Gallery. Exhibition presented at Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois, May 10–15, 1984.

———. Chicago International Art Exposition 1985, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: Chicago International Art Exposition, 1985, p. 299. Includes text and an illustration of the sculpture Pyramid of Rolling Spheres, 1984. Represented by Zaks Gallery. Exhibition presented at Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois, May 8–13, 1985.

———. Chicago International Art Exposition 1986, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: Chicago International Art Exposition, 1986, p. 343. Includes text and an illustration of the sculpture Formation of a Circle, 1985. Represented by Zaks Gallery. Exhibition presented at Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois, May 8–13, 1986.

———. Chicago International Art Exposition 1987, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: Chicago International Art Exposition, 1987, p. 370. Includes text and an illustration of the sculpture Square of Spheres, or Figura solida, 1986. Represented by Zaks Gallery. Exhibition presented at Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois, May 8–13, 1987.

———. Chicago International Art Exposition 1988, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: Chicago International Art Exposition, 1988, p. 369. Includes text and an illustration of the sculpture Sliced Circle, 1987. Represented by Zaks Gallery. Exhibition presented at Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois, May 5–10, 1988.

———. Chicago International Art Exposition 1990, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: Chicago International Art Exposition, 1990. Represented by Zaks Gallery. Exhibition presented at Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois, May 10–15, 1990.

– Chicago Sculpture Society, Chicago Sculpture International, and Chicago Council on Fine Arts. Chicago Sculpture International: Mile 3, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: Chicago Sculpture International, 1984, p. 21. Includes text and an illustration of the sculpture Pyramid of Rolling Spheres, 1984. Exhibition presented at Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois, May 10–15, 1984.

– Chicago Sculpture Society and City of Chicago–Office of the Mayor. Mayor Byrne’s Mile of Sculpture!, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: City of Chicago, Office of the Mayor / Chicago Sculpture Society, 1982, p. 17. Includes text and an illustration of the sculpture Moment, 1981. Represented by Zaks Gallery. Exhibition presneted at Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois, May 14–29, 1982.

– Chicago Sculpture Society and Thomas McCormick. Chicago Sculpture International: Mile 2, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: Chicago International Art Exposition, 1983. Represented by Zaks Gallery. Exhibition presented at Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois, May 1983.

– City of Chicago Mayor’s Office of Special Events. Chicago Art Prospective: June Nights at Navy Pier, group exhibition catalog. Edited by Gina Rosenblum and Carol Witherell. Chicago: City of Chicago Mayor’s Office of Special Events, 1980, p. 36. Includes text and an illustration of the sculpture Forty Spheres, 1980. Exhibition presented at Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois, June 5–29, 1980.

– Clark Arts Center Gallery, Rockford College. Rockford College Midwest Invitational, group exhibition catalog. With an introduction by Andrew Langoussis. Rockford, Illinois: Clark Arts Center Gallery, Rockford College, 1984. Includes biographical information, illustrations, and text. References the sculpture Il sole bacia l’onda, 1982 (illustrated); and Moment, 1978. Exhibition presented at Rockford College, Illinois, March 1–16, 1984.

– Comune di Cinisello Balsamo. II Premio Cinisello Balsamo: Mostra Nazionale di Pittura Contemporanea e del Bronzetto 1963, group exhibition catalog. Cinisello Balsamo, Italy: Comune di Cinisello Balsamo, 1963. Premio Covani award recipient (juror Renato Guttuso) for the sculpture Relitto, or Ritorno a E, 1962 (illustrated). Exhibition presented at the Galleria d’Arte Contemporanea, Cinisello Balsamo, Milan, Italy, November 9–30, 1963.

– Contemporary Art Society (Indianapolis) and the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Painting and Sculpture Today–1969, group exhibition catalog. Indianapolis: Contemporary Art Society / Indianapolis Museum of Art, 1969, p. 196. Includes biographical information and an illustration of the sculpture Erotica #2, 1966. Exhibition presented at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1969.

– The Council of 100 of Roosevelt University. Twelve Chicago Sculptors, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: The Council of 100 of Roosevelt University, 1967. Exhibition presented at Roosevelt University, Chicago, Illinois, February 27–March 16, 1967.

– DePaul University. Seven Sculptors: Structures by Virginio Ferrari, Barry Holden, Dennis Kowalski, Steve Lueking, Paul Slepak, Mary Stoppert, and Barry Tinsley on the Fine Arts Center Campus of DePaul University, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: DePaul University, 1978, pp. 9–10. Includes biographical information and an illustration of the sculpture Curiously and Observed, or Savings and Security, 1978. Exhibition presented at the Fine Arts Center Campus of DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois, October 1–November 30, 1978.

– Esposizione Nazionale Quadriennale d’Arte di Roma. VIII Quadriennale Nazionale d’Arte di Roma, group exhibition catalog. Rome, Italy: De Luca Editore, 1959, p. 316. References the sculpture Figura con toro, or Torero, 1957. Exhibition presented at Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome, Italy, December 1959–April 1960.

———. IX Quadriennale Nazionale d’Arte di Roma, group exhibition catalog. Preface by Bonaventura Tecchi and Fortunato Bellonzi, with an introduction by Guido Perocco. Rome, Italy: De Luca Editore, 1965, pp. 29, 114. Includes text and illustrations. References the sculptures Nuova genesi, 1965; Sviluppo di una condizione, bronze and brass; Strana oggettività, 1966. Three other sculptures were exhibited which were not cataloged: Metamorfosi umana, 1966; Immagine lirica, 1966; and Forma e questo strano io, 1965. Exhibition presented at Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome, Italy, 1966.

– Experiments in Art and Technology Inc., The Museum of Modern Art (New York, NY), and the Brooklyn Museum. Some More Beginnings: An Exhibition of Submitted Works Involving Technical Materials and Processes, group exhibition catalog. New York: Experiments in Art and Technology Inc., The Museum of Modern Art (New York, NY), and the Brooklyn Museum, 1968, pp. 85–86, 92. Includes biographical information, statements, text, and an illustration of the sculpture Fertile Love, or Amore fertile, 1968 (engineered by physicist Teodoro Halpren, Argonne National Laboratory). Exhibition presented at the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York, November 25, 1968–January 5, 1969.

– Fermilab National Accelerator Facility and Central Time Zone Sculpture Organization. Matter/Mind = Sculpture, group exhibition. Batavia, Illinois: Fermilab National Accelerator Facility / Central Time Zone Sculpture Organization. Includes text. Exhibition presented at the Fermilab National Accelerator Facility, Batavia, Illinois, May 10–12, 1991.

– Ferrari, Virginio, Ruth Aizuss Migdal, Randi Sherman, and Katherine Lewis, eds. Chicago Artists: Continuity and Change, group exhibition catalog. With an introduction by Randi Sherman. Chicago, 1982, pp. 22–23. Ferrari co-curator. Includes biographical information, illustrations, statements, and text. References the sculptures Strana oggettività, 1966 (illustrated); and Tumbleweed (proposal for Navy Pier), 1982 (illustrated). Exhibition presented at The Printers Square Building, Chicago, Illinois, May 13–June 30, 1983.

– Ferrari,Virginio and Barbara Saniie. New Traditions in Sculpture, group exhibition catalog. With an introduction by Barbara Saniie. Chicago: Illinois Arts Council Traveling Exhibits Program, 1985, p. 16. Ferrari co-curator. Includes biographical information, text, and an illustration of the sculpture Twisted Element I, 1982 [Family of Peeling Elements]. Exhibition presented at Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago, Illinois, January 13–February 9, 1985, and tour .

– Follesa, Stefano. Osmannoro modern: Architettura, scultura, pittura; Galleria Direzionale Vasari il progetto–Virginio Ferrari, Le ombre della sera e altre installazioni–Carlo Ciussi, carta, tela, legno, ferro, e opere recenti, group exhibition catalog. With contributions by Gianfranco Giotti, Andrea Barducci Pietro-Rubellini, Paolo Pecile, Stefano Follesa, Giuseppe Lotti, and Gianni Poni. Siena, Italy: Alsaba Grafiche Srl, 2001, pp. 8, 22, 26–29. Includes biographical information, illustrations, and text. Exhibition presented at Galleria Direzionale Vasari, Osmannoro, Sesto Fiorentino, Florence, Italy, February–April 2001. In conjunction with the dedication of the building Galleria Direzionale Vasari and Virginio Ferrari’s outdoor sculpture Le ombre della sera, 2000 (illustrated).

– Galleria d’Arte Ferrari. Mostra collettiva: Sculture di Virginio Ferrari, Novello Finotti e Romano Semeghini, group exhibition catalog. With an introduction by Gian Lorenzo Mellini. Verona, Italy: Galleria d’Arte Ferrari, 1960.

– Galleria d’Arte Ghelfi. 6 scultori veronesi: Bogoni, Costantini, Ferrari, Fontana, Finotti, Trevisani, group exhibition catalog. Verona, Italy: Galleria d’Arte Ghelfi, 1964. Exhibition presented from February 1–10, 1964.

– Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea–Palazzo Forti and Officina d’Arte. Scultori a Verona: 1900–2000, group exhibition catalog. Edited by Giorgio Cortenova. With contributions by Giorgio Cortenova, Mauro Corradini, Luciano Caramel, Licisco Magagnato, and Gianmaria Colognese. Milan, Italy: Electa, 2001, pp. 110-11, 138, 167. Includes biographical information, text, and an illustration of the sculpture Ombre della sera, 2001. Exhibition presented from February 8–March 31, 2002.

– Galleria Goethe. 3 pittori e 3 scultori veronesi: Arduini, Corsi, Ferrari, Finotti, Fontana, Olivieri, group exhibition catalog. With an introduction by Gian Lorenzo Mellini. Bolzano, Italy: Galleria Goethe, 1965. References the sculptures Studio per elementi plastici, bronze (illustrated); Elementi circolari in evoluzione, bronze; Forme plastiche, bronze; Studio per la spinta, bronze; Una scultura, bronze. Exhibition presented from January 30–February 12, 1965.

– Galleria Pagani del Grattacielo. Mostra Internazionale di Scultura Contemporanea, group exhibition catalog. Milan, Italy: Galleria Pagani del Grattacielo, 1963.

– Galleria Zero and Federico Ciecchi, ed. La Cibernetica e gli artisti, group exhibition catalog. With an introduction by Silvio Ceccato. Verona, Italy: Galleria Zero, 1964, p. 890. Includes an illustration of the sculpture Elementi circolari, or – Elemento circolare con elementi plastici, 1964. Exhibition presented from December 1964–January 1965.

———. Journal des expositions de la Galleria Zero à Vérone. Verona, Italy: Galleria Zero, 1964–1965. Contains a collection of exhibitions from 1964–65 at Galleria Zero.

– Grafiche Aurora. Aurora project: Anni ‘60 e dintorni, group exhibition catalog. Edited by Enzo Bassotto and Raffaello Bassotto, with contributionsby Alberto Veca by Camilla Bertoni, Francesco Arduini, Alessandro Mozzambani, and Federico Chiecchi. Verona, Italy: Edizioni dell’Aurora, 2006. Includes biographical information, text, and illustrations of the sculptures L’atomizzato II, 1965; and Forme plastiche in volo, 1961 [1962]. Exhibition presented at Grafiche Aurora, Verona, Italy, December 2006–June 2007.

– Graziani, Graziella, and Rolando Bellini. Lineainfinita, group exhibition catalog. With contributions by Graziella Graziani, Rolando Bellini, and Margherita Hack. Lancenigo di Villorba, Italy: Graziella Graziani, 1995. Includes biographical information, text, and an illustration of the sculpture Rugiada, 1995. Exhibition presented at Villa Domenica, Lancenigo di Villorba, Treviso, Italy, June 10–July 2, 1995.

– Grosse Kunstausstellung München and Günter Elster. Grosse Kunstausstellung München 1962, group exhibition catalog. Munich, Germany: Haus der Kunst, 1962, pp. 16, 70. Includes an illustration of the sculpture Ritorno a E, or Relitto, 1962. Exhibition presented at Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany, June 9–October 7, 1962.

– Hakone Open-Air Museum. Scultori Italiani Contemporanei, group exhibition catalog. Hakone, Japan: The Hakone Open-Air Museum, 1972, pp. 37, 204. Includes biographical information, illustrations, and text. References the sculpture La goccia n. 10, 1967 (illustrated); and Tentazione, 1966. Exhibition presented at the Hakone Museum of Art, Japan, May 27–November 30, 1972, and tour to The Museum of Tokyo, Japan; and The Museum of Osaka, Japan. Organized in collaboration with the Quadriennale Nazionale d’Arte di Roma.

– Illinois Arts Council, The Illinois Sesquicentennial Commission, and The Illinois State Museum. Illinois Sculptors: A traveling exhibition organized by the Illinois Arts Council; December 1968 through December 1970, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: Huron Press, 1968. Includes biographical information, illustration, and text. References the sculptures Development of a Condition [Sviluppo di una condizione], 1965–66; Human Landscape [Paesaggio umano], 1966 (illustrated); and Illusion, bronze.

– Illinois Arts Council. Illinois Traveling Sculpture Exhibition II, group exhibition catalog. With contributions by Edward McCullough and Don Baum. Chicago: Illinois Arts Council, 1978. Includes illustrations and text. References the sculptures Developing, bronze; Peeling Off, 1977; and Mating of Forms, 1977 (front cover). Exhibition tour was presented by the Illinois Arts Council, October 14, 1978–October 21, 1979.

– Illinois State Museum. 30th Illinois Invitational, group exhibition catalog. Introduction by Robert J. Evans. Springfield, Illinois: Illinois State Museum, 1978. Includes biographical information, illustrations, and text. References the sculptures Contrasto, 1977; and Square Prism, 1977 (illustrated). Exhibition presented from June 18–September 4, 1978.

– Illinois State Museum, Illinois Department of Energy and Natural Resources, and the Capital Development Board of the State of Illinois. Models, Maquettes and Studies of Major Works Commissioned by the Illinois % for Art Program: a traveling exhibition organized and circulated by the Illinois State Museum in cooperation with the Capital Development Board and the Art-in-Architecture Program, group exhibition catalog. Springfield, Illinois: Illinois State Museum / Department of Energy and Natural Resources, 1987. Includes biographical information, text, and an illustration of the sculpture Formation of a Circle (maquette), 1985. Exhibition presented at the Illinois State Museum, 1985, and tour.

International Fine Art Expositions. Art Chicago 1993: International Art Exhibition, group exhibition catalog. Stuart, Florida: International Fine Art Expositions, 1993. Represented by The Paris Art Center. Exhibition presented at the Merchandise Mart ExpoCenter, Chicago, Illinois, May 6–10, 1993.

– Interzona. Intersezioni 01, group exhibition catalog. Verona, Italy: Interzona, 2003. Includes biographical information. For the exhibition presented at Interzona, Ex Magazzini Generali, Verona, Italy, May 17, 2003. References the sculpture Interlocking, and screening of the film Full Circle, with musical performances by Beppe Grifeo and 8fatfat8.

Italian Cultural Center. Third National Exhibit: Italian American Artists in USA, exhibition catalog. With an introduction by Reverend Augusto Feccia, C.S. Stone Park, Illinois: The Italian Cultural Center, 1978. Includes biographical information, text, and an illustration of the sculpture Spheres, or Running Spheres II (maquette), 1977. Exhibition presented from May 7–June 25, 1978.

– Italian Cultural Institute of Chicago. Sense of Place, exhibition catalog. Chicago: Istituto di Cultura, 2011.

Klein Art Works. Abstract: Chicago 1993, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: Klein Art Works, 1993. Includes biographical information, statement, text, and an illustration of the drawing Family of Joining, 1990–91. Exhibition presented from December 4–31, 1993.

———. Contemporary Abstraction Chicago: The 3rd Occasional Survey of Abstract Art in Chicago, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: Klein Art Works, 1998. Includes biographical information, statement, text, and an illustration of the drawing Ara Pacis, 1996. Exhibition presented from December 5, 1998–January 2, 1999.

– Koehnline Museum of Art and Nathan Harpaz. Sculpture Invasion, group exhibition catalog. With an introduction by Victor M Cassidy. Des Plaines, Illinois: Oakton Community College, 2007, pp. 30–31. Includes biographical information, text, and an illustration of the sculpture Energia, 2003–7. Exhibition presented from July 12–August 30, 2007.

– Lakeview Museum of the Arts and Sciences. 30 years of Public Sculpture in Illinois: 1951–1981, group exhibition catalog. Edited by Jane Hallett. Peoria, Illinois: Lake View Museum of Arts and Sciences, 1981. References the sculptures Dialogo, 1971; and Dialogo (maquette), 1970. Exhibition presented from September 11–October 18, 1981.

– Lind Gallery. Sculpture, group exhibition catalog. Rockford, Illinois: Lind Gallery, 1974. Includes biographical information and an illustration of the sculpture La ruota della vita, 1967. Exhibition presented from April 6– 23, 1974.

– Milwaukee Art Center, and Museum of Contemporary–Chicago. Options, Chicago ed., group exhibition catalog. Milwaukee: Milwaukee Art Center, 1968. References the sculpture Fertile Love, or Amore fertile, 1968. Exhibition presented at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Illinois, September 14–October 20, 1968.

– Ministero della Pubblica Istruzione. Mostra del Ministero Pubblica Istruzione, group exhibition catalog. Rome: Ministero della Pubblica Istruzione, 1960.

– Ministero Pubblica Istruzione–Direzione Generale delle Antichità e Belle Arti. Mostra degli artisti partecipanti al Premio 1964 del Ministero Pubblica Istruzione, group exhibition catalog. Rome, Italy: Ministero Pubblica Istruzione–Direzione Generale delle Antichità e Belle Arti / Museo Nazionale delle Arti e Tradizioni Popolari, 1964. Includes text and references the sculpture Volo tragico, or Forme plastiche II, 1963 (awarded). Exhibition presented at the Museo Nazionale delle Arti e Tradizioni Popolari, EUR, Rome, Italy, July 1964.

– Mostra Internazionale Giovanile, group exhibition catalog. Gorizia, Italy, 1958.

– Mostra Nazionale d’Arte Giovanile. III Mostra Nazionale d’Arte Giovanile, group exhibition catalog. Rome, Italy: Palazzo delle Esposizioni / Mostra Nazionale d’Arte Giovanile, 1958, p. 6. References the sculpture Ritratto, or Fabio, 1957 (awarded). Exhibition presented at Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome, Italy, April 13–April 28, 1958.

– Mostra Nazionale dei Piccoli Bronzi, group exhibition catalog. Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy: Circolo Artistico, 1962. References the sculptures Tormento in volo, 1961; Forme, 1961–62; Vita nello spazio, 1961–62; Volo Tragico n. 1, 1962; Volo Tragico n. 2, 1961. Exhibition presented at Palazzo delle Poste, August 9–September 15, 1962.

– Mostra Pro Civitate Christiana, group exhibition catalog. Assisi, Italy, 1958.

– Museo de Arte Moderno, México, D.F. Escultura Italiana Contemporànea: Bronces, group exhibition catalog. With an introduction by Fortunato Bellonzi. Mexico City, Mexico: Istituto Nacional de Bellas Artes and the Instituto Italiano de Cultura en México, 1972. Includes biographical information, illustrations, and text. References the sculptures La gota n. 10 [La goccia n. 10], 1967 (illustrated); and Tentación [Tentazione], 1966. For the exhibition presented from January 31–February 26, 1972. Organized in collaboration with the Quadriennale Nazionale d’Arte di Roma.

– Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de Buenos Aires. Escultura Italiana Contemporànea: Bronces, group exhibition catalog. With an introduction by Fortunato Bellonzi. Buenos Aires, Argentina: Asociación Amigos del Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de Buenos Aires, 1971. Includes biographical information, illustrations, and text. References the sculptures La gota n. 10 [La goccia n. 10], 1967 (illustrated); and Tentación [Tentazione], 1966. Exhbition presented from June–July 1971. Organized in collaboration with the Quadriennale Nazionale d’Arte di Roma.

– North Shore Art League. New Horizons in Sculpture and Painting, group exhibition catalog. Winnetka, Illinois: North Shore Art League, 1970. Exhibition presented at 444 Noth Michigan Avenue (Romanek, Golub & Co.), Chicago, Illinois, June 20–July 18, 1970.

———. The 1st Chicago Invitational Sculpture Exhibit, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: North Shore Art League, 1974. Exhibition presented at the Dirksen Federal Building, Chicago, Illinois, April 6–April 28, 1974.

– Paine Art Center and Arboretum. Sculpture in the Landscape, group exhibition catalog. Oskosh, Wisconsin: Paine Art Center and Arboretum, 1988. Includes biographical information, text, and an illustration of the sculpture Sliced Column, 1988. Exhibition presented from July 1–October 2, 1988.

– Premio Avezzano, group exhibition catalog. Avezzano, Italy, 1963.

– Premio Nazionale di Pittura e Scultura–Luigi Lanzi, group exhibition catalog.Macerata, Italy: 1961. Awarded.

– Purdue University. Midwest Sculpture: 1967 Fine Arts Festival, group exhibition catalog. Lafayette, Indiana: Purdue University, Department of Creative Arts, 1967. Includes biographical information, illustration, and text. References the sculptures Strana oggettività, 1966; Strana vita, 1966; Immagine simbolica, painted wood (illustrated); and La noia ci invade, mixed media. Exhibition presented from April 9–27, 1967.

– Rassegna d’arte contemporanea Veronese, group exhibition catalog. With an introduction by Alberto de Mori. Ljubljana, Slovenia: City of Ljubljana, 1966. References the sculptures Composizione, bronze; Numero 4, bronze; Elementi, bronze; Numero 5, bronze; Numero 1, bronze. For the exhibition organized by the City of Ljubljana, the Slovenia Artists’ Union, and the City of Verona, presented in Ljubljana, Slovenia, February 1966.

– Ravinia Festival. Ravinia Festival Art Exhibit 1964: Ten Top Talents, group exhibition catalog. Highland Park, Illinois: Ravinia Festival Art Exhibit Committee, 1964.

– Rockford Art Museum. Exterior/Interior: Large Scale Sculpture, group exhibition catalog. With a statement by Bruce White. Rockford, Illinois: Rockford Art Museum, 1986. Includes text and an illustration of the sculpture Concave – Convex, 1977. Exhibition presented from June 15–August 15, 1986.

– Salone del Premio Suzzara, group exhibition catalog. With the essay “Virginio Ferrari,” by Arturo Carlo Qunitavalle. Suzzara, Mantova, Italy, 1969. Includes text and an illustration of the sculpture Amore—Love (series), 1968. Exhibition presented from September 7–23, 1969.

– Sgarbi, Vittorio, and Francesca Valente eds. Lo stato dell’arte: istituti italiani di cultura nel mondo = State of the arts: Italian cultural institutes in the world, group exhibition catalog for the 54th International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale. Milano: Skira, 2011, p. 168.

– Six in a Rowe: A Group Exhibition of Sculpture and Painting; Baur, Giliberto, Ferrari, Hendry, Pannier, and Karpowicz, group exhibition catalog. Chicago, 1979. Includes text and an illustration of the sculpture Tumble Cubes, 1979. Exhibition presented at the Rowe Building, Chicago, Illinois, October 19–November 18, 1979.

– Società Belle Arti di Verona. 54a Biennale Nazionale d’Arte di Verona, group exhibition catalog. Verona, Italy: Società Belle Arti di Verona, 1959. Includes text and references the sculpture Figura con toro, or Torero, 1957. Exhibition held at Palazzo della Gran Guardia, Verona, Italy, May 24–June 29, 1959.

———. 55a Biennale Nazionale d’Arte di Verona, group exhibition catalog. Verona, Italy: Società Belle Arti di Verona, 1961. Includes text and references Composizioni. Exhibition presented at Palazzo della Gran Guardia, Verona, Italy, 1961.

———. 56a Biennale Nazionale d’Arte di Verona, group exhibition catalog. Verona, Italy: Società Belle Arti di Verona, 1963. Includes text and illustrations, References the sculptures Relitto (illustrated); Il volo per E, 1961; and Forme plastiche in volo, 1962. Exhibition held at Palazzo della Gran Guardia, Verona, Italy, May 5–June 2, 1963.

———. 57a Biennale Nazionale d’Arte di Verona, group exhibition catalog. Verona, Italy: Società Belle Arti di Verona, 1965. Includes text and an illustration. References the sculptures Sviluppo di una condizione II, 1965 (illustrated); Grafia su rilievo per una nuova genesi, or Grafia in rilievo per una diversa oggettività, 1965 (awarded); and Sviluppo di una condizione I, 1965. Exhibition presented at Palazzo della Gran Guardia, Verona, Italy, May–June, 1965.

———. 58a Biennale Nazionale d’Arte di Verona, group exhibition catalog. With an introduction by Giuseppe Marchiori. Verona, Italy: Società Belle Arti di Verona, 1967. Includes text and an illustration. References the sculptures Racconto erotico, or E.R. II, 1966-67 (illustrated); and La goccia della vita, bronze. Exhibition presented at Palazzo della Gran Guardia, Verona, Italy, September–October 1967.

– Società per le Belle Arti ed Esposizione Permanente. XXI Biennale Nazionale d’Arte Città di Milano, group exhibition catalog. Milan, Italy: Società per le Belle Arti ed Esposizione Permanente,1959. Award for the sculpture La luna, il sole, la terra, 1959, bronze. Exhibition presented at Palazzo della Permanente, Milan, Italy, 1959.

———. XXII Biennale Nazionale d’Arte Città di Milano, group exhibition catalog. Milan, Italy: Società per le Belle Arti ed Esposizione Permanente, 1961. Exhibition presented at Palazzo della Permanente, Milan, Italy, November 1961–January 1962.

———. XXIV Biennale Nazionale d’Arte Città di Milano, group exhibition catalog. Edited with text by Remo Taccani, Attilio Rossi, and Enrico Brenn. Milan: Società per le Belle Arti ed Esposizione Permanente, 1965. Exhibition presented at Palazzo della Permanente, Milan, Italy, May–October 1965.

– Southern Association of Sculptors Inc. Southern Sculpture 67: A National Competitive Sculpture Exhibition, group exhibition catalog. With an introduction by F. Edward Barnwell and statement by Theodore Roszak. Columbia. S.C.: Southern Association of Sculptors Inc., 1967. Includes text and an illustration of the sculpture Sviluppo di una condizione, or Metamorfosi, 1965–66 (honorable mention). Exhibition presented at the Asheville Art Museum, Asheville, North Carolina, and tour (August 27, 1967–July 28, 1968).

– South Loop Planning Board. Artists of the New South Loop: Loop Alive Art Exhibitions, group exhibition catalog. With an introduction by Pauline A. Saliga. Chicago: South Loop Planning Board, 1982. Includes text. References the sculptures Interlocking, 1978; Cylinder in a Prism, 1979; and Untitled, 1980. For the exhibition presented at The Franklin Building (720 S. Dearborn Street), Chicago, Illinois, February 11– March 3, 1982.

– Sullivan, Mary Ellen, Simon Koenig, Herbert Berchtold, and Rico Berchtold. Cows on Parade in Chicago, group exhibition catalog. 3rd ed. Kreuzlingen, Switzerland: NeptunArt; West Hartford, Connecticut: CowParade WorldWide, Inc.,1999, p. 108. Includes an illustration and text. References the sculpture W. la vacca, 1992 (illustrated); and Green Tie Cow, 1999. Exhibition presented by City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs, Public Art Program, in collaboration with CowParade WorldWide Inc, Chicago, Illinois, June 15–October 31, 1999.

– 3-D Chicago. Pier Walk ’96, group exhibition catalog. Edited by Elizabeth Kelly. Chicago: 3-D Chicago, 1996. Includes biographical information, text, and an illustration of the sculpture Joining, or La famiglia, 1995 (illustrated). Exhibition presented at Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois, May 2–September 2, 1996.

———. Pier Walk ’97, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: 3-D Chicago, 1997. Exhibition presented at Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois, May 2–October 20, 1997.

———. Pier Walk ’98, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: 3-D Chicago, 1998, p. 75. Includes text and an illustration of the sculpture Formation of a Circle #3 [La foresta, or Ombre della sera], 1998, steel. Exhibition presented at Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois, May 6–October 18, 1998.

– Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art. 3 x 3: An Exhibition of Paintings, Sculpture and Drawings, group exhibition catalog. With an introduction by Ann Lee Morgan. Chicago: Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art, 1982. Includes biographical information, text and illustrations of the sculptures Tumble Cubes, 1979; and Prism into Two Elements, 1980. Exhibition presented at the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art, May 7–June 13, 1982.

———. 25 Years of Contemporary Art, group exhibition catalog. With contributions by Natlalie R. Domchenko and Devonna Pieszak. Chicago: Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art, 1996, p. 17. Includes biographical information, text, and an illustration of the sculpture Meeting Elements, 1992. Exhibition presented from September 22–November 3, 1996.

– University of Hawaii at Manoa Art Gallery. The First International Shoebox Sculpture Exhibition, group exhibition catalog. Honolulu: University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1982, p. 58. Includes bibliographic information and an illustration of the sculpture Tumble Elements (maquette), bronze. Exhibition presented at University of Hawaii at Manoa Art Gallery, Honolulu, Hawaii, January 24– February 19, 1982, and tour.

– University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, College of Fine and Applied Arts. Contemporary American Painting and Sculpture 1969: Fourteenth Exhibition, group exhibition catalog. Introduction essay, “The New Artist,” by James R. Shipley and Allen S. Weller. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 1969, p. 84. Includes biographical information, statements, and an illustration of the sculpture Amore fertile, or Fertile Love, 1968 (referenced in the introduction essay). Exhibition presented at the Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champagne, Illinois, March 2–April 6, 1969.

– University of Pennsylvania–Institute of Contemporary Art. New Art in Philadelphia, group exhibition catalog. With an introduction by Samuel Adams Green. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania–Institute of Contemporary Art, 1966. References the sculpture Forms in Dance, 1962. Exhibition presented from September 30–November 11, 1966.

– Veronafiere. Progetto Marmo ‘95: Balnea/Giardini Segreti; Mostre culturali sulle applicazioni dei materiali lapidi, group exhibition catalog. Edited by Vincenzo Pavan. Verona: Numerouno Gruppo di Comunicazione, 1995, p. 13, 66-67. Includes biographical information, statement, text, and an illustration of the sculpture Joining, or La famiglia, 1995. Exhibition presented at Fiera di Verona – Mostra Internazionale di Marmi,Veronafiere, Verona, Italy, October 6–9, 1995.

– Whirlpool Foundation. 1987 Whirlpool Foundation Sculpture Exhibition, group exhibition catalog. Benton Harbor, Michigan: Whirlpool Corp., 1987. Includes biographical information, text, and an illustration of the sculpture Pyramid of Spheres, 1985 (honorable mention). Exhibition presented at Krasl Art Center, St. Joseph, Michigan, July 3–August 2, 1986, and tour (August 23, 1986–January 4, 1988).

III. PERIODICALS

– Adams, Lucia. Midwest Art, November 1977.

———. “Chicago Legends: Virginio Ferrari.” Spotlight Chicago, week of June 1, 1993, p. 12. Reprinted as “Spazio Ferrari at Chicago Place.” The Bulletin: Italian American Chamber of Commerce of Chicago, March–April 1994.

– Adelberg, Marion S. “Sculpture: Nicety or Necessity?” Investment Properties International Magazine (New Haven, CT), July–August 1988:10, 16.

– Allen, Jane, and Derek Guthrie. “Sculpture in the Parks: The Vigor Is Gone.” Chicago Tribune Magazine, November 18, 1973:61.

———. “Bergman Exhibit.” New Art Examiner (Chicago), May 1975. Exhibition review, University of Chicago.

———. New Art Examiner (Chicago), October 26, 1976.

– Anderson, Doug. Chicagoland Omnibus and FM Guide (IL), November 1967.

———. Chicago’s American, November 26, 1967.

———. Chicago Sun-Times, April 24, 1969. Includes statements; references the sculpture Vita, 1969.

– Anderson, Sidney. “Ferrari ‘fits’ Hospital Lobby.” Vanderbilt Hustler (Vanderbilt University, TN), January 11, 1980. References the sculpture Cylinder in a Prism, 1980.

– Anstett, Patricia. Chicago Sun-Times, April 25, 1972.

– Artner, Alan. Chicago Tribune, April 27, 1976.

———. Chicago Tribune, August 22, 1976.

———. “Deson-Zaks Split Leaves Two Galleries in Fine Form.” Chicago Tribune, January 21, 1977.

———. “New Showings Spotlight the Chicago Artists.” Chicago Tribune, October 23, 1977.

———. “Work That’s Music to the Eyes.” Chicago Tribune, March 30, 1979.

———. “Sculpture with Elegance, Craft.” Chicago Tribune, February 20, 1981.

———. “Chicago Artists Show Proves City Has Other Ideas.” Chicago Tribune, May 20, 1983.

———. Chicago Tribune, November 11, 1983. References the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

– Auer, James. “Landmarks.” Milwaukee Journal, July 9, 1989, sec. F.

– Auteri, Mary. “Ferrari, scultore maestro.” La Parola del Popolo (New York) 28, May–June 1977: front cover, inside cover, 32–33.

– Axelrod, David M., and Alan Artner. “Illinois Honors its Artists: From Symphony to the Blues.” Chicago Tribune, September 28, 1978.

– Beccalossi, Claudio. “I Veneti del Nord America alla conferenza d’area.” Veronesi nel Mondo, November 2003.

– Berry, Edward. University of Chicago Maroon, May 9, 1967.

– Bertoni, Camilla. “Verona chiama America sul filo dell’arte d’oggi.” L’Arena (Verona, Italy), August 11, 2005, p. 37.

———. “La carta trasformata dagli artisti: ‘Paper’, un laboratorio aperto di riciclo sotto il segno della creatività.” L’Arena (Verona, Italy), September 5, 2005, p. 36. Exhibition review, Palazzo della Gran Guardia and Ex Arsenale; references the sculpture Shanghai, or Ombre della sera, 1977–2005.

———. “Ferrari rinnova il suo linguaggio.” L’Arena (Verona, Italy), November 29, 2007. Exhibition review, Spazio 6.

Bocchetta, Vittore. “ A Time to Laugh and a Time to Cry.”Chicagoland Omnibus and FM Guide (IL), December 1967:76–77.

– Bone, James. “Gallery Tripping: Pictures of War, Sculpture of Purity. ” Chicago Reader, November 19, 1982.

– Brunetto, Filippo. “Dall’America ai vigneti delle origini.” L’Arena (Verona, Italy), February 19, 2004.

– Brusaporco, Ugo. “Full Circle.” San Giò Video Festival/Cineclub Verona (Italy), July, 23-27, 2002, p. 4.

– Cajani, Franco. I Quaderni della Brianza (Monza, Italy), July–August 1993, no. 89:103-112.

– Carmichael, Carol. “Business Skills Parley for Artists.” Chicago Tribune, November 14, 1979.

– Caroll, Margaret. Chicago Tribune, February 4, 1980, sec. 3, p. 5.

– Casey, Jim. “Art by Any Other Name Is – Scrap” Chicago Sun-Times, August 3, 1991.

– Cavazzini, Giovanni. Gazzetta di Parma (Italy), March 16, 1971. Exhibition review, Università di Parma.

– Cerpelloni, Emma. “A Borgo Nuovo la statua del suo figlio scultore.” L’Arena (Verona), October 4, 1998. References the sculpture La famiglia, or Joining, 1995–2001.

– Chiecchi, Federico. “Lavori 1962–1965 di: Chiecchi, Degani, Ferrari, Marinelli.”Galleria Zero (Verona, Italy) 61, 1965. Cover title text includes “Arte e comunicazione” by Federico Chiecchi written on the occasion of XIV Convegno – Internazionale Artisti Critici e Studiosi d’Arte, held in Rimini, Verucchio, and San Marino in September 1965. References the sculpture Strana oggettività, 1966.

– Chiem, Phat X. “Extending a Heartier Welcome.” Chicago Tribune, July 11, 1996. References the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

– Christiansen, Richard. Chicago Tribune, October 5, 1978.

– Chung, Jeanie. “Go ahead, touch the art.” The University of Chicago Magazine, January 7, 2016. References the sculpture Caring, 2015.

– Colvin, Robert. Chicago Tribune, June 20, 1971.

– Conti, Fiorenza. “Verona: Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea Palazzo Forti: Virginio Ferrari; Ombre della sera 1959–2003.” La Domenica di Vicenza (Vicenza, Italy), June 28, 2003. Exhibition review.

– Criscenti, Luca. “Spazio e arte: Dagli USA sei sculture monumentali esposte al Laghetto dell’Eur.” Time Out Roma 4, no. 37 ( September 21–27, 2000): 20. Review of the exhibition at Laghetto dell’EUR; features La famiglia, or Joining, 1995–2001.

– Cuscaden, Rob. Chicago Sun-Times, June 20, 1971.

– Delogu, Diana. “Sculptor’s Art to Help Honor War Veterans.” Chicago Tribune, March 9, 1995, sec. 2, p. 3. References the sculpture Ara Pacis, or Ara Pace—Place of Peace, 1995.

– Donato, Marla. Chicago Reader, June 1983.

– Dose, Frederick. “The Lions and Lesser-known.” Chicago Journal, June 8, 1983.

– Elliot, David. “Chicago, City of the Big Sculptures.” Chicago Daily News, June 18–19, 1977.

———. Chicago Sun-Times, September 24, 1978.

– Emery, Elise. Los Angeles Times, January 28, 1968.

– Fauteux, Suzanne. “Virginio Ferrari: Putting Art in the Public Eye.” Chicago Artists Coalition Newsletter, December 1983.

– Ferrari, Mariateresa. “Omaggio a Ferrari: La sua vita raccontata attraverso le immagini; Due realtà, l’America e l’Italia, si alternano.” L’Arena (Verona, Italy), July 14, 2003. Film review, Full Circle.

– Ferrarini, Brunetta. “A Verona: Virginio Ferrari.” La Cittadella (Verona, Italy), April 13, 2003.

– Fior, Michela. “Virginio Ferrari Ombre della sera 1959-2003.” Sapere.it (De Agostini Scuola, Italy), 2003, under “Canale Arte: Non Solo Mostre; Archivio Mostre 2003.” Exhibition review, Palazzo Forti.

– Fitzsimmons, Emma Graves. “New Splendor for Old Fountain.” Chicago Tribune, September 30, 2007. References the sculpture Ecstasy, or Due amanti che guardano le stelle, or Romeo e Giulietta, 1974.

– Foerstner, Abigail. Chicago Tribune Magazine, March 27, 1994:20.

———. “Ferrari Goes Public: An Italian-American Sculptor Finds His Niche in Parks and Plazas.” NorthShore Magazine (IL), December 2000:97–98. Includes statements.

– Forwalter, John. New York Herald, April 16, 1975.

———. Hyde Park Herald (Chicago), August 25, 1976.

———. “Sculptor Salutes Calumet Region” Post-Tribune (IN), July 14, 1984. References the sculpture Curiously and Observed, or Savings and Security, 1978.

– Francone, Nicola. “Virginio Ferrari: Uno scultore italiano che si fa onore in USA.” Il Progresso Italo-Americano, October 13, 1975.

– Frey, Mary Cameron. Chicago Sun-Times, February 2, 1992, p. 39.

– Frueh, Joanna. “Art for Art’s Sake,” Chicago Reader, September 30, 1977, pp. 34–35.

———. “Virginio Ferrari and Roland Ginzel at Sears Bank and Trust Company.” Art in America, January–February 1978. Exhibition review.

– Furnari, Cesare. “È un capellone di Borgo Nuovo lo scultore che incanta Chicago.” L’Arena (Verona, Italy), July 21, 1987.

– Galetto, Alessandra. “Scultura di Virginio Ferrari ricorderà il terremoto in Cina.” L’Arena (Verona, Italy), August 4, 2008. References the sculpture proposal Atto sublime.

– Gapp, Paul. “Bach is Back with Fine Guide to Chicago Public Sculpture.” Chicago Tribune, May 20, 1983, sec. 3, p. 8.

– Gheller, Carlo. “Verona: Virginio Ferrari torna a Verona.” Dipende–Giornale del Garda (Italy), May 2003. Exhibition review, Palazzo Forti and Interzona.

– Glatt, Clara. “Sculptor Ferrari’s Style is Elegance.” Hyde Park Herald (Chicago), March 4, 1981.

– Glauber, Robert. “Another ‘Chicago Style’ Show Merits Attention.” Chicago Skyline (Lerner Newspapers), week of April 23, 1975.

– Glibota, Ante. Cimaise (Paris, France), August–September, 1981, no. 152.

– Gold, Anita. Chicago Tribune, January 13, 1974.

– Golus, Carrie. “Serenity out of strife.” Dialogo, Fall 2015/Winter/2016. References the sculpture Dialogo, 1971.

– Gonzato, Silvino. “Rimosse le sculture di Ferrari dalla Bra.” L’Arena (Verona, Italy). November 26, 2003.

– Goold, Florence C. “For Ferrari, Chicago’s Still Captivating.” Hyde Park Herald (Chicago), May 30, 1984.

– Gottlieb, Laurie. “Carving Out a Living.” Chicago Times Magazine 1, no. 5 (May–June 1988): 89–95. Special section on Ferrari; includes statements. Reprinted as “A Gentlemen of Verona at Home in Chicago.” L’Italo-Americano, September 22, 1994, p. 17, 22.

– Greeley, Andrew M. “Tumbleweed Proposal.” Travel and Leisure (NY) 20, no. 10 (October 1990): 180.

– Gross, Alan. “Space: A look at Artists’ Workplaces in Chicago.” Chicago Magazine, April 1982.

———. “Chicago.” Meridian (Germany), 1983:38.

– Gueli, Francesco. “Arriva ‘La Famiglia’ e s’avvera un sogno: In via Selinunte la scultura del maestro Ferrari.” L’Altro – Giornale (Verona, Italy), November 6, 2000, p. 10. References the sculpture La famiglia, or Joining, 1995–2001.

– Hablutzell, Marge. “Finding Sculptures in Hyde Park.” University of Chicago Maroon, September 26, 1986:15.

– Hanson, Henry. Chicago Magazine, December 1983. Features the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

———. “A Pier Without a Peer (Tumbleweed Proposal).” Chicago Magazine 33, no. 5 (May 1984): 153.

– Harles, Graham. Sentinel (France), May 12, 1983.

– Hayatsu, Michiko. “South Loop Sculpture.” Chicago Journal, August 24, 1983.

– Haydon, Harold. Chicago Sun-Times, February 5, 1967.

———. Chicago Tribune. February 26, 1967.

———. Chicago Sun-Times, May 14, 1967.

———. “Exhibitions in Chicago.” Pictures on Exhibit (Pictures Publishing, NY), November 1967.

———. University of Chicago Maroon, November 1967.

———. Chicago Sun-Times, November 26, 1967.

———. “Sculpture Old and New Abounds Around Chicago.” Chicago Sun-Times, March 16, 1971.

———. Chicago Sun-Times, October 28, 1973.

———. “Our Chicago Artists Plight.” Chicago Sun-Times, December 22, 1974.

———. Chicago Sun-Times, April 4, 1976.

———. Chicago Sun-Times, December 1, 1976.

———. “Sculpture City, and One Man Who Makes It So.” Chicago Sun-Times, July 10, 1977.

———. Chicago Sun-Times, October 16, 1977.

———. Chicago Sun-Times, January 1, 1978.

———. Chicago Sun-Times, April 2, 1978.

———. “Artists for Chicago Public Work?” Chicago Tribune, September 8, 1978.

———. “The Blind ‘See’ Water Tower.” Chicago Sun-Times, June 13, 1980.

———. “‘Percent for the Art’ Chicago’s Program that Works.” Chicago Sun-Times, June 13, 1980.

———. “Ferrari’s Sculpture Has a New Twist.” Chicago Sun-Times, February 13, 1981.

———. Chicago Sun-Times, August 6, 1982.

———. “Our Common Experience Comes Alive in Two Sculptors Celebration of Nature.” Chicago Sun-Times, November 26, 1982.

———. “Sites Cast Shadow on City’s Public Art” Chicago Sun-Times, January 13, 1984, p. 55.

– Hayner, Don. “For Once, Art Strives to Imitate Life.” Suburban Tribune (Chicago Tribune), December 4, 1981. References the sculpture Being Born, 1983. Reprinted in Being Born, sculpture catalog. Park Ridge, IL: Tool and Die Institute, 1983–1984.

– Herrmann, Andrew. “Newberry Sculpture Back, Bigger than Ever.” Chicago Sun-Times, February 13, 2009. References the sculture Umanità, 1987–2009.

– Herrmann, Andrew, and Lisa Donovan. “Oh, the Umanità! Library Sculpture Stolen.” Chicago Sun-Times, February 20, 2008. References the sculpture Umanità, 1987.

– Hieronymus, Clara. “Sculpture Chosen for Medical Center.” Tenessean (Nashville), December 13, 1979. References the sculpture Cylinder in a Prism, 1980.

———. “V.U.’s New Sculpture Gives Artist a Scare!” Tenessean (Nashville), June 6, 1980. References the sculpture Cylinder in a Prism, 1980.

– Hill, June. Chicago Tribune, October 8, 1979.

– Hosflund, Toby Lou. “Mass; Bernstein’s Weighty Cultural Cross.” University of Chicago Maroon, April 19, 1974. Theater review, references Ferrari’s cross.

– Hough, Mary Pat. Chicago Tribune, December 1, 1968.

– Howell, Bette. Santa Monica Evening Outlook (CA), January 27, 1968.

– Hytken, Sandra. “Fine Art in Public Places.” Chicago Reader, April 16, 1976.

– Kabaker, Marion E. Chicago Tribune, August 25, 1978.

– Katzive, David. Hyde Park Herald (Chicago), January 11, 1967.

———. New York Herald Tribune, May 17, 1967.

———. University of Chicago Maroon, November 1967.

– Kind, Joshua. New Art Examiner (Chicago), March 1976.

– Kingston, Jeremy. “Midwest Marvel.” Times (London, England), 1988.

– Kokmen, Leyla. Chicago Tribune, November 10, 1995, sec. 2, p. 2.

– Kuhns, John. “Ferrari and Klement Exhibit.” Grey City Journal (supplement to the University of Chicago Maroon), November 8, 1974.

———. “Area Artists at Bergman.” Grey City Journal (supplement to the University of Chicago Maroon), April 18, 1975. Exhibition review, Eleven 75.

– Laine, Christian K. “Virginio Ferrari: New Directions.” Inland Architect (Chicago) 24, no. 7 (September 1980): 30–32.

———. “Virginio Ferrari.” Cimaise (Paris), February–April 1982, no. 156–157:41–44. Reprinted in Virginio Ferrari, monograph catalog. Chicago: Virginio Ferrari, 1982.

– Larsen, Josh. “Film Focuses on Famous Father’s Art.” Screen Magazine (Chicago) 21, no. 11 (April 5, 1999):10. Film preview, Full Circle.

– Lauerman, Connie. Chicago Tribune, September 12, 1977.

– Lawson, Owen M. “Ferrari in the Park.” October 3, 2007. References the sculpture Ecstasy, or Due amanti che guardano le stelle, or Romeo e Giulietta, 1974.

– Levere, Jane L. “A Place to Stay, Surrounded by Works of Art.” The New York Times, October 25, 2013. References the sculpture Ombre della sera, 2013.

– Liss, Joseph. “Myth Information.” University of Chicago Magazine 96, no. 6 (August 2004). References the sculpture Dialogo, 1971.

– Lowe, Walter. Hyde Park Herald (Chicago), February 9, 1972.

– Luecking, Stephen. “Getting Situated: Chicago’s Third Mile.” Inland Architect (Chicago), 1984.

– Lyon, Jeff. “Singular Sources (Newberry Library).” Chicago Tribune Magazine, November 29, 1987.

– Madinelli, Camella.“Ecco la vitalità dell’arte,” L’Arena (Verona, Italy), December 5, 2007. References the sculpture Vitalità nel globo, 2007.

– Mahany, Barbara. “South Loop Rekindling a ‘Settler Spirit’.” Chicago Tribune, December 3, 1982.

———. “Gala Kicks off Culture Month Italian Style.” Chicago Tribune, October 1, 1989, sec. 5, p. 5.

– Maher, Doryce L. “Virginio Ferrari Exhibit Review.” New Art Examiner (Chicago), April, 1981:13.

– Malerba, Luigi. “Chicago un’ora di paura.” La Repubblica (Rome, Italy). August 1, 1995, p. 26–27.

– Marcellini, Marco. “Virgnio Ferrari, l’artista che ha incantato l’America.” Firenze Noi (Italy), April 1997. Special section on Ferrari.

– Marcheselli, Tiziano. Gazzetta di Parma (Italy), March 16, 1971.

– Mariotto, Beatrice. “Vitalità nel globo.” La Valpolicella (P.G. Edizioni, Verona, Italy), Spring 2008, no. 22:33. Sculpture review.

– Mauro, Lucia. “Local Champion of Public Art.” Fra Noi (Chicago), December 1998, pp. 85, 112. Includes statements.

– McCracken, David. “Chicago’s Top 40.” Chicago Tribune, August 18, 1989, sec. 7K.

– McGrath, Paul. Chicago Sun-Times, February 3, 1972.

– Mellini, Gian Lorenzo. “Le fonderie di Verona”. Critica d’Arte (Vallecchi Editore, Florence, Italy), 1966.

– Meneguzzo, Vera. “Una sintesi di Ferrari: Il cerchio simboleggia l’intera sua opera.” L’Arena (Verona, Italy), November 2, 2006. Exhibition review, Incorniciarte.

– Menini, Silvia. “Virginio Ferrari: Ombre della sera 1959–2003.” Vademecum: La voce degli studenti (Verona, Italy), May 2003. Exhibition review, Palazzo Forti.

– Messinesi, Despina. “Chicago.” Vogue (USA), October 1984:389.

– Mian, Marzio G. “Rinascimento nel Middle West: Le sculture architettoniche di Virginio Ferrari.” Il Progresso (New York), January 11, 1987.

– Miller, Arthur. Los Angeles Herald Examiner, January 28, 1968.

———. Cedar Rapids Gazette (IA), April 17, 1968.

– Mills, David. “Metalworkers Get Their Sculpture,” Wall Street Journal, August 24, 1983. References the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

– Mojana, Marina. “Mostre in corso: Italia; Verona.” Il Sole 24 Ore (Milan, Italy), June 8, 2003.

– Monaghan, M. “Having a Ball.” Hyde Park Herald (Chicago), October 16, 2002, p. 7. References the sculpture Like the Time They Go, or Thirty Spheres, 1977.

– Moore, Michael. “An Interview with Virginio Ferrari.” University of Chicago Maroon, July 25, 1975.

– Moore, Patricia. Chicago Sun-Times, June 10, 1980.

– Morgan, Ann Lee. New Art Examiner (Chicago), November 1979.

– Nelson, Mike. “A Tribute to the Elderly Unveiled at Villa Scalabrini,” L’Italo-Americano (CA), June 22, 1995, p. 21. References the sculpture Gli amorosi, 1962–95.

– Newbart, Dave. “Coffee Talk Built into U. of C. Building.” Chicago Sun-Times, April 26, 2006. References the sculpture Continuity, 1962–92.

———. “No Way to Treat ‘One of My Children’: Artist’s Famous Loyola Sculpture, Nearly Trashed, Now in Tatters.” Chicago Sun-Times, August 13, 2006, sec. 9A. References the sculpture Vita, 1969.

– O’Reilly, Camille. New Art Examiner (Chicago), May 1976.

– Page, Eleanor. Chicago Tribune, April 21, 1975.

– Parker, Mario. “Chicago Sculpture Theft Probe Taps Dealers in Scrap, Not Art.” Bloomberg.com, February 29, 2008, under “News: Arts and Culture.” http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=email_en&sid=az9eU5wfeFPE. Includes statements; references the sculpture Umanità, 1987.

– Patchen, Kenneth L.R. “Art in the Parks: New Sculptures Add to City’s Outdoor Ambience.” Highland Park News (Pioneer Press Newspaper, IL), January 11, 2001. References the sculpture La foresta, or Ombre della sera, 1998.

– Paylo, Joan. Daily Northwestern Magazine (Evanston, IL), October 25, 1968.

– Petromio, A. “Opere d’arte? I ladri preferiscono gli attrezzi dello scultore,” Corriere del Veneto (Verona, Italy), April 30, 2003.

– Powers, Irene. Chicago Tribune, January 6, 1967.

———. Hyde Park Herald (Chicago), January 11, 1967.

———. Chicago Tribune, January 15, 1967.

– Pran, Peter C. Letter from the second council. American Institute of Architects (AIA): Annual State Service Award, October 3, 1977.

———. “Virginio Ferrari: Un sculpteur de premier plan a Chicago.” [Virginio Ferrari: A leading sculptor in Chicago.] Cimaise (Paris), February–April 1982, no. 156–157:45–48. Reprinted in Virginio Ferrari, monograph catalog. Chicago: Virginio Ferrari, 1982.

– Preckwinkle, Toni. “Ferrari Sculpture Finds its Home.” Hyde Park Herald (Chicago), July 12, 2006, p. 4. References the sculpture Ecstasy, or Due amanti che guardano le stelle, or Romeo e Giulietta, 1974.

– Pritsker, Ellen. “Famed Sculptor Seems at Home in Highland Park.” Pioneer Press (IL), June 22, 2000.

– Pursell, Julie. Nashville Banner (TN), December 12, 1979.

– Rasconi, Marisa. “V. Ferrari torna in Italia: Mostra a Milano.” Bellezza (Milan, Italy) 29, no. 5 (May 1969): 3.

– Recchie, Benjamin. “The May Day myth.” The University of Chicago Magazine, July–August 2011.

– Reggiani, Lorenzo. “Belle o brutte? ‘Bisogna capire cosa si guarda’,” L’Arena (Verona, Italy), April 18, 2003, p. 20. Exhibition review, Palazzo Forti.

———. “Opere d’arte in dialogo con la città: Inaugurata la mostra antologica di Virginio Ferrari; Sessanta sculture in Galleria, altre in strade e piazze.” L’Arena (Verona, Italy). April 18, 2003, p. 20. Exhibition review, Palazzo Forti.

– Rejec, Stefano. “Chicago, la sorpresa degli Usa: Nel segreto del cuore.” Gente Viaggi (Milano) 14, no. 4 (April 1992): 101–2. Includes statements by Marisa and Virginio Ferrari.

– Roberts, Margaret. “The Great Printer’s Rowe Adventure.” Chicago Journal, August 2, 1978. Includes statements; references Ferrari and his studio.

– Russo, John Paul. “A Symbol Perfected.” Grey City Journal (supplement to the University of Chicago Maroon), May 24, 1974. Theater review, Murder in the Cathedral; references Ferrari’s set design.

– Scaglia, Fabrizio. “Lignano: Dominio delle veronesi nell’hinterland della bellezza.” L’Arena (Verona, Italy), July 15, 1969.

– Schjeldahl, Peter. “Letter from Chicago.” Art in America, 1976:52.

– Schu, Cyndi. “ERF Sculpture Commands Attention.” Chicago Flame (University of Illinois at Chicago), September 17, 1996. References the sculpture Super Strength, 1996.

– Schulze, Franz. Chicago Daily News, January 18, 1967.

———. Chicago Daily News, March 11, 1967.

———. Chicago Midwest Art (Aegis Publishing) 3, no. 6 (September 1967).

———. Chicago Daily News, November 25, 1967.

———. Chicago Daily News, January 18, 1969.

———. Chicago Daily News, November 28–29, 1970.

———. “Virginio Ferrari.” Le Arti: 1950-1970; 20 anni di arti figurative nel mondo (Milan, Italy), February 1971, n.1/2:284. Review of exhibition at the University of Chicago. Previously published in Chicago Sun-Times; and Virginio Ferrari: Gocce d’amore pop, solo exhibition catalog. Parma, Italy: Istituto di Storia dell’Arte dell’Università di Parma, 1971.

———.Chicago Daily News, April 19, 1975.

———. Chicago Daily News, April 10–11, 1976.

———. Chicago Daily News, July 1976.

———. Chicago Daily News, August 21, 1976.

———. Chicago Daily News, March 26–27, 1977.

———. Chicago Daily News, June 26–27, 1977.

———. Chicago Daily News, July 9–10, 1977.

———. Chicago Sun-Times, April 11, 1979.

———. “Chicago: Bigger and Livelier But…” Artnews, February 1979:45.

———. “Chicago’s Active New Wave of Art” Chicago Sun-Times, June 22, 1980.

– Schulze, Franz, and Joseph Hass. Chicago Daily News, May 20, 1967.

– Schwartz, Donald M. Chicago Sun-Times, March 6, 1967.

———. Chicago Sun-Times, June 15, 1971.

———. “Art with Impact of the Unexpected.” Chicago Sun-Times, May 10, 1974.

———.“Artful Serendipity.” Chicago Sun-Times, May 10, 1974.

– Sebo, Renee. Chicago Tribune, February 26, 1967.

– Seehafer, Mary. House and Garden (USA), September 1982.

– Seldis, Henry J. Los Angeles Times, February 4, 1968.

———. Evanston Review (IL), October 10, 1968.

– Sherwood, Martha. Sound, Sight, Sense, 1970.

– Shah, Tina. “6-foot Sculpture Stolen from Newberry.” Chicago Tribune, February 20, 2008. References the sculpture Umanità, 1987.

– Silverman, David. “Low-Rise Art.” Chicago Tribune, July 14, 1988, sec. 5, p. 3.

– Spivak, Todd. “Son Catches Father’s Vision on Film.” Hyde Park Herald (Chicago), May 30, 2001, p. 9. Film preview, Full Circle.

– Spurr, Laurie. “A Gentlemen of Verona at Home in Chicago.” Veloce Magazine (Chicago) 1, no. 1 (1990): 39–41. Special section on Ferrari; includes interview. Reprinted in The Chicago International Concours D’Elegance Catalog (Chicago:), August 9, 1992:23, 31.

– Sternberg, Rachel. “War and Peace.” Chicago Journal, November 3, 1982.

– Stevens, Mike. “Ferrari Sculpture Donated to Park.” Hyde Park Herald (Chicago). June 22, 2005, pp. 1, 6. Features the sculpture Ecstasy, or Due amanti che guardano le stelle, or Romeo e Giulietta, 1974.

– Sykora, Angela D. “Ferrari Revs Up Area Art Scene.” Lake Life (Lakeland Newspapers, IL), April 23-29, 1999, sec. B. Exhibition review, Hawthorne Suites at Midlane Golf Resort; includes statements by Marco G. Ferrari.

– Tajoli, Chiara. “Al Villaggio come a Chicago: Festeggiato lo scultore Ferrari, nato al borgo ed emigrato; Ha donato le sue opere al quartiere che lo vide bambino.” L’Arena (Verona, Italy), September 17, 2001, p. 12. References the sculpture La famiglia, or Joining, 1995–2001.

– Teets, John. “Culture in the Limelight.” Chicago Tribune, October 21, 1987, sec. 7, p. 5.

– Tommasi, Uberto. “Giganti di ferro invaderanno Verona.” Un Mese a Verona (Italy) 5, no. 1 (Janurary 2001): 76–77. Exhibition preview, Palazzo Forti.

———. “Virginio Ferrari e la città del pensiero.”AZ Marmi (Verona, Italy) 22, no. 209 (October–November 2005): 64-67. Special section on Ferrari.

– Toomer, Jean. “Artist’s Eyes.” Hyde Park Herald (Chicago), 1972. Includes statements.

– Torriglia, Annamaria. “A Chicago sogna la Verona degli anni sessanta.”Il Nuovo Veronese, March 25, 1990, p. 43.

– Trevisan, Giorgio. “A Chicago: Ferrari.” L’Arena (Verona, Italy), December 14, 1991.

———. “Una scultura per Borgo Nuovo.” L’Arena (Verona, Italy),
September 22, 1997. References the sculpture La famiglia, or Joining, 1995–2001.

– Trevisan, Giorgio. “La città accerchiata: Sfere, spirali, forme concave o convesse che interagiscono con lo spazio e il tempo.” L’Arena (Verona, Italy), May 23, 2003, p. 44. Exhibition review, Palazzo Forti.

– Unger, Rudolph. Chicago Tribune, November 4, 1983. References the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

– Upshaw, Leon. New Art Examiner (Chicago), October 1977.

– VerMeulen, Michael. Chicago Reader, December 22, 1978.

– Verzellesi, G. L. L’Arena (Verona, Italy), May 24, 1959. Exhibition review, 54a Biennale Nazionale d’Arte di Verona.

———. L’Arena (Verona, Italy), Feburary 7, 1960. Exhibition review, Galleria Ferrari.

———. L’Arena (Verona, Italy), April 30, 1961. Review of the exhibition 55a
Biennale Nazionale d’Arte di Verona
.

———. L’Arena (Verona, Italy), May 19, 1961. Exhibition review, 55a
Biennale Nazionale d’Arte di Verona
.

———. L’Arena (Verona, Italy), May 31, 1961. Exhibition review, 55a
Biennale Nazionale d’Arte di Verona
.

———. L’Arena (Verona, Italy), November 8, 1961. Exhibition reviews, IV Concorso Internazionale del Bronzetto and XIV Biennale d’Arte Triveneta,
Padova, Italy.

———. L’Arena (Verona, Italy), April 8, 1962. Exhibition review, Galleria
Ferrari.

– Vincentini, Lorenzo.“Perchè dalle fonderie di Verona escono molti capolavori della scultura europea?” Oggi (Rizzoli, Milan, Italy), September 12, 1972.

– Weintraub, Larry. Chicago Sun-Times, August 25, 1983.

– Willis, Thomas. Chicago Tribune, October 24, 1975.

ANONYMOUS ARTICLES IN PERIODICALS

– “Accolades.” University of Chicago Chronicle 25, no. 18 (June 8, 2006).

– L’Adige (Trento, Italy), March 16, 1971. Exhibition review, Università
di Parma.

Adnkronos Turismo (Italy), “Mostre: Sculture monumentali a Palazzo Forti,” March 24, 2003. Exhibition review.

– “Albert Pick Hall for International Studies Dedicated at the University of Chicago.” Pick Topicks (Pick Hotel Corp.) 29, no. 3 (Summer 1971).

– Alto Adige (Verona, Italy), “Verona: Virginio Ferrari; Ombre della sera 1959–2003,” May 17, 2003. Exhibition review.

– American Machinist, November 1983. References the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

– L’Arena (Verona, Italy), 1963.

———, February 6, 1964. Exhibition review, Galleria Ghelfi.

———, January 14, 1965. Exhibition review, Galleria Zero.

———, May 14, 1965. References the sculpture Love and Hope, 1963–66.

———, December 7, 1965. Exhibition review, IX Quadriennale Nazionale d’Arte di Roma.

———, February 6, 1966. Exhibition review, Rassegna d’arte contemporanea Veronese, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

———, September 12, 1967. Exhibition review, 58a Biennale Nazionale d’Arte di Verona.

———, “Rassegna su ‘Chicago e Nuova Architettura’,” September 6, 1981. Exhibition review, Palazzo della Gran Guardia (co-curator).

———,“Da Chicago al Villaggio Dall’Oca,” 2000. References the sculpture La famiglia, or Joining, 1995–2001.

———, “Oggi la cerimonia d’inaugurazione,” September 16, 2001. References the sculpture La famiglia, or Joining, 1995–2001.

———, “La storia: Galeotta è stata la festa di fidanzamento di lei,” September 17, 2001, p. 12. References the sculpture – La famiglia, or Joining, 1995–2001.

———, “Palazzo Forti: In mostra le opere di Tulli e Ferrari,” April 9, 2003, p. 18. Exhibition review.

———, “Belle o brutte? I veronesi si dividono sulle sculture di Ferrari,” April 17, 2003, p. 14. Exhibition review, Palazzo Forti.

———, “Il ritorno di Virginio Ferrari: Opere in galleria, nel centro storico ed Interzona,” April, 17, 2003. Exhibition review, Palazzo Forti.

———, “Stage di scultura a Palazzo Forti,” April 29, 2003, p. 17.

———, “La scultura di via Fama,” April 30, 2003, p. 21.

———, “Settimana della cultura: Visite gratuite alle mostre,” April 30, 2003.

———, “Visita guidata con Virginio Ferrari alla mostra di Palazzo Forti,” May 13–14, 2003.

———, “Interzona: Prima nazionale per il documentario ‘Full Circle’: Musica da film e da ballo; La dance degli 8FatFat8 dopo il video su Virginio Ferrari,” May 17, 2003. References the film Full Circle.

———, “Film su Virginio Ferrari e la sua opera,” July 2, 2003. References the film
Full Circle.

———, “A Palazzo Forti,” July 3, 2003. References the film Full Circle.

———, “Incontro alla Poliplast: Virginio Ferrari svela la ‘Vitalità nel globo’,” Decemeber 1, 2007. References the sculpture Vitalità nel globo, 2007.

———, “Il monumento all’emigrante veronese,” June 20, 2008. References the sculpture proposal Anello nel tempo.

———, “Scordate all’Arsenale, le sculture di Ferrari,” August 11, 2008.

———, “Omaggio ai migranti con l’Anello nel tempo,” July 2, 2009. References the sculpture proposal Anello nel tempo.

– “Art and Artists Saluted by Pick.” Pick Topicks (Chicago) 22, no. 4 (July–August 1964):14.

– “Arte e Memoria: Opera di Virgilio [Virginio] Ferrari; Il monumento all’emigrante veronese.” Veronesi nel Mondo (Verona, Italy) 36, no.37 (July 2008): front cover, 17. References the sculpture proposal Anello nel tempo.

– Artemania (Italy). “Virginio Ferrari: Ombre della sera 1959–2003.” May 20, 2003, under “Cerca in mostra.” http://www.artemania.it.

– “Art: Exhibit of Sculptures by Virginio Ferrari.” Istituto Italiano di Cultura–Chicago Newsletter 33, no. 6 (September–December 2004).

– Arts and Sciences: Magazine of the College of Arts and Sciences, Northwestern University (Evanston, IL), Fall 1981: front cover.

– “The Arts May Aid Healing at the New Hospital.” Vanderbilt Today (TN) 19, no. 7 (February 1980). References the sculpture Cylinder in a Prism, 1980.

– Atlanta Constitution (GA), “‘Tragic Flight’ Introduced,” November 5, 1966. References the sculpture Tragic Flight, or Volo tragico I, 1963.

– “Atlanta: Tragic Flight.” McCalls’s (USA), March 1967. References the sculpture Tragic Flight, or Volo tragico I, 1963.

– “Building New Faces.” Medicine on the Midway (Bulletin of the Medical Alumni Association, University of Chicago) 27, no. 1 (Spring 1972): 26–27.

– “Carpisa: A Journey into the World of Contemporary Art.” Carpisa (Nola, Italy), August 8, 2007, under “Press Area: Releases.”

– “Carpisa e l’arte contemporanea.” Carpisa (Nola, Italy), Fall Catalog 2007. References studio artworks and monumental sculptures in Chicago.

– “Celebrate the Arts at Ferrari Studio.” Commons Newsletter (Chicago Commons Association) 6, no. 1. (April 1980): 4.

– Chicago American, “Sculptor Here for Ravinia Show,” June 18, 1964. References Virginio and Marisa Ferrari with Albert and Corinne Pick Jr.

– Chicago Chronicle, May 11, 1977.

– Chicago Daily Calumet, October 13, 1983.

– Chicago Daily Herald, November 12, 1983. References the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

– Chicago Daily News, April 29, 1967.

———, November 30, 1968.

———, June 11, 1971.

———, December 11–12, 1976.

———, May 18, 1977.

———, “Ginzel and Ferrari at Sears,” October 1–2, 1977. Exhibition review.

– Chicago Gallery News 2, no. 2 (Spring 1987).

——— 23, no. 1 (January–March 2008): 31.

——— 23, no. 2 (April–August 2008): 38.

– Chicago Journal, “Virginio Ferrari, Humanist Minimalist.” February 22, p. 5.

– Chicago Lake Views, 1978.

– Chicago Magazine 30, no. 11 (November 1981): 18.

———, September 1982.

– Chicago Near North News, April 19, 1969.

– Chicago North Loop News, June 26, 1980.

———, October 13, 1983.

– Chicago Pioneer Press, “Newberry Library Marks Centennial with Award,” October 15, 1987, p. 17.

– Chicago Rap (University of Chicago), May 6, 1974.

– Chicago Reader, May 17, 1996, p. 53.

———, “Poi Dog Pondering: Record Release Concert for ‘7’,” January 31, 2008. References the sculpture Forma organica, or Sviluppo di una condizione, 1964.

– Chicago Skyline (Lerner Newspapers), “Expo Graces Navy Pier,” April 27, 1982.

———, “Virginio Ferrari and Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises,” February 14, 1985, sec.1, p. 2.

– Chicago Sun-Times, 1966. Review of exhibition at Fairweather-Hardin Gallery.

———, “Sculptor with Sculpture,” May 1, 1967. References the sculpture La goccia della vita, 1967.

———, June 8, 1971.

———, June 12, 1971.

———, June 23, 1971.

———, July 18, 1971.

———, “Banking Principle: Art Exhibit Draws Customer Interest,” October
16, 1977.

———, February 25, 1979.

———, November 4, 1981.

———, “Giant Sculpture in Chicago’s Lakefront Future?” July 1, 1983, pp. 50–53. References the sculpture proposal Tumbleweed.

———, November 1, 1983. References the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

———, November 10, 1983. References the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

———, “UIA Medal Presented in Cairo,” January 20, 1985.

———, “What Field’s Deal Means,” April 20, 1990, front page.

———, August 6, 1996, p. 21.

– “Chicago Symphony Wins Governor’s Award.” Chicago Symphony Orchestra, 88th season, 4th subscription week (October 26–28, 1978): 59. References the sculpture Trofeo, 1978.

– Chicago Today, “Albert Pick Hall Dedication Planned,” June 4, 1971. References the sculpture Dialogo, 1971.

– Chicago Tribune, January 15, 1967.

———, “Fountain of ‘Life’ Molded by U. of C. Art Instructor,” April 20, 1969. Includes statements; references the sculpture Vita, 1969.

———, “Intermezzi,” September 24, 1976, sec. 3. References the sculpture
Intermezzi III, 1976.

———, December 12, 1977.

———, June 6, 1980.

———, “Pioneers Conquer a Hostile Land: The South Loop,” March 9, 1982.

———, September 4, 1983.

———, September 30, 1983.

———, October 3, 1983.

———, November 10, 1983. References the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

———, “Meteora,” June 12, 1987, sec. 7, p. 39. References the sculpture Meteora, 1987.

———, “Sculptures to Dress Up Two Projects,” July 9, 1988, sec. 3, p. 11.

———, September 11, 1988, sec. 16, p. 2G.

———, September 10, 1989, sec. 15, p. 5.

———, November 30, 1991, front page. References the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

———, “More to State Street Renovation than Meets the Eye,” March 29, 1996, p. 1. References the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

———, “Virginio Ferrari: Full Circle; at the Newberry Library,” February 27, 2009.

– Città (Verona, Italy), “Palazzo Forti: Virginio Ferrari, artista veronese,” May 13, 2003. Exhibition review.

Condo Lifestyles (IL) 2, no. 3 (April 1998): 43.

– “A Converstation with Virginio Ferrari.” Istituto Italiano di Cultura–Chicago, Winter–Spring 2009:13.

– Il Coro (Milan, Italy), “Virginio Ferrari: Ombre della sera,” May 8, 2003. Exhibition review, Palazzo Forti.

– Corriere della Sera (Milan, Italy), “Mostre d’arte: Virginio Ferrari (Salone Annunciata),” May 25, 1969. Exhibition review, Università di Parma.

———, “In mostra,” May 5, 2003. Exhibition review, Palazzo Forti.

– Corriere del Veneto (Italy), “Palazzo Forti: Virginio Ferrari,” July 17, 2003. Exhibition review.

– Corriere di Sesto (Milan, Italy), “A Verona: Ombre della sera 1959–2003,” May 31, 2003. Exhibition review, Palazzo Forti.

– Il Corriere Lombardo (Milan, Italy), “Virginio Ferrari a ‘La Cornice’,” October 18, 1963. Exhibition review; references the sculpture Elementi plastici in volo, 1963.

———, “A Cinisello Balsamo: Virginio Ferrari,” December 13, 1963. Exhibition review; award for the sculpture Relitto, or Ritorno a E, 1962 (juror Renato Guttuso).

– Corriere Metropolitano (Milan, Italy), “A Verona: Ombre della sera 1959–2003,” June 8, 2003. Exhibition review, Palazzo Forti.

– Crain’s Chicago Business, November 9, 1981.

———, “Stately Stainless,” November 21,1983. References the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

———, “Art Appreciation,” July 22, 1996.

– D’Ars Agency (Milan, Italy), 1971.

– “Ferrari and Ginzel.” Art in America, September–October 1977. Exhibition review, Sears Tower.

– “Ferrari Pyramid.” Chicago Magazine 33, no. 8. (August 1984): 12. Exhibition review, Chicago International Art Exposition; references the sculpture installation Pyramid of Rolling Spheres, 1984.

– “Ferrari/Verona,” Arte e Cultura (Italy), May 1, 2003. Exhibition review, Palazzo Forti.

– “Ferrari/Verona,” Arte e Cultura (Italy), July 1, 2003. Exhibition review, Palazzo Forti.

– “‘Forma organica’ by V. Ferrari at Galleria Roma in Chicago.” Art Gallery Magazine (USA), December 1967. Exhibition review.

– Fra Noi (Chicago), “Man of the Year,” March 1986, pp. 25, 29, 45.

———, April 1990, p. 3, 47.

———, “La Luce Comes to the Casa,” March 1990, p. 29. References the sculpture Luce, 1990.

———, “Casa San Carlo,” November 1990, p. 9. References the sculpture Luce, 1990.

———, “Rinascimento Award,” December 1990, p. 22.

———, “Ecstasy in the park,” November 2007. References the sculpture Ecstasy, or Due amanti che guardano le stelle, or Romeo e Giulietta, 1974.

– Gazzetta di Parma (Italy), “Nel Salone dei Contrafforti: In mostra le sculture di Virginio Ferrari,” March 15, 1971. Review of exhibition, Università di Parma.

———, “Inaugurata la mostra Pop dello scultore Ferrari,” March 17, 1971. Exhibition review, Università di Parma.

———, March 19, 1971. Exhibition review, Università di Parma.

———, April 2, 1971. Exhibition review, Università di Parma.

———, April 16, 1971. Exhibition review, Università di Parma.

———, “Architettura in USA,” October 9, 1981. Exhibition review, Palazzo della Gran Guardia (co-curator).

– Il Gazzettino (Venice, Italy), “Virginio Ferrari,” May 23, 1962. Exhibition review, Galleria XXII Marzo.

———, January 3, 1964. Exhibition review, Galleria del Girasole.

———, “Stasera al Girasole la mostra di Ferrari,” January 4, 1964. Exhibition review.

———, “La rassegna al Girasole dello scultore Ferrari,” January 9, 1964. Exhibition review.

———, “Folla alla mostra ‘Verona anni venti’,” July 31, 1971.

———, “‘Nuova Architettura di Chicago’ alla Gran Guardia,” October 13,1981. Exhibition review (co-curator).

———, “In mostra,” June 9, 2003.

———, “In mostra,” July 14, 2003.

– Il Giornale di Vicenza (Italy), “Verona: Palazzo Forti.” April 23, 2003. Exhibition review.

———, “Verona: Palazzo Forti,” June 19, 2003. Exhibition review.

———, “Le mostre nel Veneto: Verona; Palazzo Forti,” July 8, 2003. Exhibition review.

– “‘La Goccia’ by Virginio Ferrari.” Chicagoland Omnibus and FM Guide (IL), December 1967. Exhibition review, Galleria Roma.

– “Grande mostra a Verona: Virginio Ferrari, artista veronese a Chicago.” Veronesi nel Mondo (Verona, Italy), 2001. Exhibition preview, Palazzo Forti.

– Hyde Park Herald (Chicago), June 23, 1971.

———, October 22, 1975.

———, February 25, 1976.

– “HSW’s Formula: Practicing What They Teach (Rowe Building).” Inland Architect (Chicago) 22, no. 6 (June 1978): 17.

– Inland (Now) Magazine. Around Inland. 1984, no. 1.

– L’Italo-Americano (CA), “Il monumento agli anziani di Villa Scalabrini,” June 15, 1995, front page. References the sculpture Gli amorosi, 1962–95.

– Journal and Courier (Lafayette, IN), April 11, 1967.

– Lake Forester (Lake Forest, IL),“Picks Entertain for Ravinia Sculptor,” June 25, 1964, p. 20.

———, July 2, 1964.

– Leggo (Verona, Italy), “Virginio Ferrari, l’internazionalità dell’arte veneta,” April 23, 2003, p. 20. Exhibition review, Palazzo Forti.

– “‘Love and Hope’ by Virginio Ferrari.” University of Chicago Magazine 59, no. 5 (February 1967): inside cover. References sculpture.

– Il Massimiliano (Tre Venezie, Italy). In giro per mostre. April–June, 2003.

– McCall’s (USA). Here and Now. March 1966.

– “Memorial Designed by Renowned Sculptor.” Orland Park Public (IL) 14, no. 2 (Spring 1995): front page. References the sculpture Ara Pacis, or Ara Pace—Place of Peace, 1995.

– Mercato Artistico Internazionale 800–900 (Editrice Nazionale, Italy), 1975.

– Metal Working News, September 26, 1983. References the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

– “Midwest Artists Highlight in Exhibition.” Paine Art Center and Arboretum Newsletter 14, no. 4 (July–August 1988): 1–2.

– Milano Arte (Italy), “Virginio Ferrari, sculture in dialogo: Sessanta opere dell’artista veronese esposte a Palazzo Forti e nelle strade della città,” June 1, 2003. Exhibition review.

– “Monumental Sculpture for Medical Center.” Loyola M.D. (Loyola University Chicago), May 1969. Includes statements; references the sculpture Vita, 1969.

– “Monumento all’emigrante.” Veronesi nel Mondo (Verona, Italy) 37, no. 41 (April–June 2009): front cover, 26–27. References the sculpture proposal Anello nel Tempo.

– NAC: Notiziario Arte Contemporanea (Milan, Italy), 1971.

– Nashville Banner (TN), December 13, 1979.

– New Art Examiner (Chicago), May 1977.

———, January 1984.

– “New Sculpture for Ravinia Park.” Ravinia Festival ’77: 42nd Season Catalog (IL), July 21–24, 1977. References the sculpture Ecstasy, or Due amanti che guardano le stelle, or Romeo e Giulietta 1974.

– Note d’Arte (Rome, Italy), March 16, 1971. Exhibition review, Università di Parma.

– “Palazzo Forti: Virginio Ferrari.” Vernissage: Il Fotogiornale dell’Arte 3, no. 19 (June 2003).

– Primo Giornale (Italy), “Virginio Ferrari, il veronese di Chicago a Palazzo Forti,” April 2, 2003. Exhibition review.

– “Proposals for Lake Sculptures.” Newsletter of the Evanston Art Center (IL), September 1977.

– Public Art Connection (Public Art Trust, Washington D.C.) 1, no. 2 (Winter–Spring 1982).

– Ravinia Festival Play Book (IL), 1983. Features the sculpture Forme danzanti, or Antico Romano, 1962.

– “Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago.” Chicago Omnibus and Fm Guide (IL), May 1967:24. Exhibition review.

– “Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago.” Chicago Omnibus and Fm Guide (IL), June 1967:55. Exhibition review; references the sculpture Metamorfosi umana, 1965.

– La Repubblica (Rome, Italy), “Cultura,” May 21, 1979.

– Il Resto del Carlino (Bologna, Italy), March 16, 1971. Exhibition review, Università di Parma.

– Scottsdale Independent (AZ), “Italian Festival,” August 9, 1984.

– Sette (Verona, Italy), “Grandi opere,” April, 17, 2003. Exhibition review, Palazzo Forti.

– La Sicilia (Catania, Italy), 1971.

– “16 sculture in città.” Verona Live 5, no. 3 (June–July 2003).

– South Holland Pointer Economist (IL), “Calumet Federal Bronzes Unveiled at Art Fair,” August 5, 1984. References the sculpture Curiously and Observed, or Savings and Security 1978.

– Star Tribune (Minneapolis), October 18, 1983.

– TeKnemedia / ArtKey (Turin, Italy). “Orizzonti Aperti” February 2004, under “Virginio Ferrari / Dettaglio evento.” http://www.teknemedia.net/pagine-gialle/artisti/virginio_ferrari/dettaglio-mostra/5590.html. Exhibition review, Palazzo Forti.

– Terra Italia (Tidpress/Tourismus-Informations-Dienst, Germany). “Virginio Ferrari: Bronze und Stahl erwachen zum Leben.” June 2003, under “Archiv.” http://www.tid-press.net/index.php?itemid=236. Exhibition review, Palazzo Forti.

Tool and Die Annual Report (IL), 1983.

– U-High Midway (University of Chicago Laboratory Schools), “Ferrari Donating Artwork” March 18, 1986.

Undo.net – Network per l’Arte Contemporanea (Milan, Italy). “Palazzo Forti: Virginio Ferrari,” April 14, 2003, under “Press Release 23”. http://www.undo.net/Pressrelease/pdf/planning14042003. Exhibition review, Palazzo Forti.

———. “Virginio Ferrari,” April 17, 2003, under “Tutti Gli Eventi.” http://www.undo.net/. Exhibition review, Palazzo Forti.

– University of Chicago Magazine 63, no. 5 (May–June 1971).

– University of Chicago Maroon, “Those Aren’t UFO’s on UC’s Lawn,” May 9, 1967. Exhibition review, Renaissance Society.

———, June 4, 1971.

———, June 23, 1971.

———, April 21, 1972.

———, “Ferrari’s Newest Sculpture Unveiled at Midway Studio,” November 5, 1974. References the sculpture Ecstasy, or Due amanti che guardano le stelle, or Romeo e Giulietta, 1974.

———, “Student Sculpture Exhibit,” 1975.

– USA Today, November 9, 1983. References the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

– “Sculpture Installed in New Lobby.”Overvu: Medical Center Newsletter (Vanderbilt University) 4, no. 11 (June 1980): 4–5. References the sculpture Cylinder in a Prism, 1980.

– “Sculpture Installed in New Lobby.” We’ve Just Begun…(Vanderbilt University Medical Center) 1, no. 12 (June 1980): 3. References the sculpture Cylinder in a Prism, 1980.

– Il Venerdì di Repubblica (Rome, Italy) 155, January 25, 1991: back page. Swiss Airline advertisement featuring Ferrari.

– “Verona.” Arte In (Venice, Italy), June–July 2003. Exhibition review, Palazzo Forti.

– “Verona.” That’s Art (Italy), July 2003, no. 44. Exhibition review, Palazzo Forti.

Verona.com (Italy). “Nuove acquisizioni.” May 23, 2002, under “Verona: Articoli: Artists of the ideal.” http://www.verona.com/it/Articoli/Artists-of-the-ideal/. References the sculpture Ombre della sera, 2001.

– Verona Fedele, “Virginio Ferrari a Palazzo Forti,” April 20, 2003. Exhibition review.

– “Verona: Virginio Ferrari.” Eco Commerciale (Monza, Italy), July 1, 2003. Exhibition review, Palazzo Forti.

– “Verona: Virginio Ferrari.” Qui Touring (Touring Club Italiano), July 1, 2003. Exhibition review, Palazzo Forti.

– “Virginio Ferrari a Verona.” Arte e Critica (Rome, Italy), April 1, 2003. Exhibition review, Palazzo Forti.

– “Virginio Ferrari: Ombre della sera.”Carnet (De Agostini Rizzoli Periodici, Italy), May 5, 2003. Exhibition review, Palazzo Forti.

– “Virginio Ferrari: Ombre della sera.” Verona Live (Italy), April–May, 2003. Exhibition review, Palazzo Forti.

– “Virginio Ferrari: Ombre della sera 1959–2003.” Abitare Verona (Italy), April 2003. Exhibition review, Palazzo Forti.

– “Virginio Ferrari: Ombre della sera 1959–2003.” Arte e Cornice (Rima Editrice, Italy) 20, no. 2 ( June 1, 2003). Exhibition review, Palazzo Forti.

– “Virginio Ferrari – Parma, Palazzo Pilotta.”L’Espresso (Rome, Italy), May 16, 1971, no. 20:41. Exhibition review, Università di Parma.

– “Visual Arts Highlight Cultural Enrichment Program.” Canby Robinson Society Letter (Vanderbilt University Medical Center) 2, no. 2 (Winter 1980):1–3. References the sculpture Cylinder in a Prism, 1980.

– “Visual Arts Touring Program.” Illinois Art Council Newsletter 1, no. 3 (Spring 1984).

– Vita Veronese (Società di Belle Arti di Verona), August–September, 1963.

– La Voce di San Marco (Venice, Italy), “XXII Marzo,” May 26, 1962.

– “A Who’s Who of Successful Italians.” Capital Magazine (supplement to Corriere della Sera), no. 4, April 1983:153.

IV. AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS

RADIO & TELEVISION

– ABC 7 News / WLS-TV. “Park Proposal.” Perspectives, television program broadcast. Chicago: ABC 7 News / WLS-TV, 1972. Ferrari was guest of the University of Chicago; includes interview.

———. “Being Born a Public Monumental Sculpture.” 4:30 p.m. television newscast. Chicago: ABC 7 News / WLS-TV, September 5, 1983. Includes interviews with
Ferrari and Eric Sund; features the production and unveiling of the sculpture with footage from Atols Tool & Mold factory.

———. “Local News Break.” Good Morning America, television program broadcast. Chicago: ABC 7 News–WLS-TV, November 10, 1983. Features the unveiling of the sculpture Being Born.

– Arruza, Eddie. “Being Born.”Chicago Tonight, television program broadcast. Chicago: WTTW 11, August 4, 2008. Includes an interview with Marco G. Ferrari; discusses the 25th anniversary of the installation of the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

– Big Deal Productions. Sara Lee: Visual and Performing Arts, public television commercial. Chicago: Sara Lee Corp., 1989. Includes Ferrari working in his studio and various sculptures.

– Bronzato, Tiziana. “Scultura alle Grafiche Aurora.” Telegiornale, television newscast. Verona, Italy: TeleArena, October 9, 2003. Includes the sculpture Le ombre della sera.

———. “Un mondo di carta.” Telegiornale, television newscast. Verona, Italy: TeleArena, August 28, 2005. Includes interview; features environmental sculptures at the exhibition Paper + Materiali in Opera, Arsenale, Verona, Italy.

———. “Mostra del riciclo.” Telegiornale, television newscast. Verona, Italy: TeleArena, September 30, 2005. Features environmental sculptures at the exhibition Paper + Materiali in Opera, Palazzo della Gran Guardia, Verona, Italy.

———. Telegiornale, television newscast. Verona, Italy: TeleArena, July 4, 2006.

———. “Anello nel tempo.” Telegiornale, television newscast. Verona, Italy: TeleArena, July 1, 2009. Includes interview; features the sculpture proposal Anello nel tempo.

– Beijing TV (BTV). September 15, 2010 (television news broadcast, Virginio Ferrari interview on his solo exhibit at Beijing University of Technology).

– Callhoun, Ben. “Secret May Day Message in U of C Sculpture?” Eight Forty-Eight, radio program broadcast. Chicago: WBEZ 91.5 FM / Chicago Public Radio, May 1, 2008. Includes interview; features the sculpture Dialogo, 1971.

– Cohen, Phillip and Enid Silverman, producers. “Virginio Ferrari.” Artist to Artist, television program broadcast. Illinois: Phillip Cohen and Enid Silverman, 1995. Thirty minute interview with Virginio Ferrari (forty-first guest). Aired in Illinois on the following channels: Channel 46 (July 1995), Skokie; Channel 34 (September 1995), Arlington Heights, DesPlaines, Glenview, Golf, Northbrook, Park Ridge, Prospect Heights; Channel 21 (September 1995), Bartlett, Hanover Park, Mt. Prospect, Schaumburg, Streamwood, Wheeling; Channel 29 (November 1995–February 1996), Evanston.

– Columbia Tri Star Television. What About Joan?, ABC television sitcom. Culver City, CA: Columbia Tri Star Television, 2001. Includes the sculptures Interlocking, 1990–91; and Penetration.

– Criscenti, Luca. “Spazio e arte: Dagli USA sei sculture monumentali esposte al Laghetto dell’Eur.” Time Out Roma, television program broadcast. Rome, Italy: September 21–27, 2000. Includes interview; features the sculpture La famiglia, or Joining, 1995–2001 at the exhibition at Laghetto dell’EUR.

– DeStefano, Matt. “Virginio Ferrari’s Continuing Experience” (includes an interview with Virginio Ferrari). 98.7 WFMT Radio Network, Sunday, January 5, 2014. http://blogs.wfmt.com/artsfeatures/2014/01/05/virginio-ferraris-continuing-experience/

– Kramer, Linda L., and Sandra Binion. “70 plus: Chicago Visual Artist Oral History Archive” (includes interview with Virginio Ferrari), 2013. Digital files located in the Ryerson & Burnham Archives, The Art Institute of Chicago. http://digital-libraries.saic.edu/cdm/landingpage/collection/70plus

– NBC 5 News / WMAQ-TV . “Focus on Being Born.Today in Chicago, television newscast. Chicago: NBC 5 News / WMAQ-TV, October 6, 1983. Features the sculpture Being Born, 1983; includes interview.

———. “Sculpture Unveiling.” 4:30 p.m., television newscast. Chicago: NBC 5 News / WMAQ-TV, November 9, 1983. Includes interview with Ferrari and the Tool & Die Institute representatives regarding the creation of Being Born, 1983.

October Holdings. Early Edition, CBS television drama. October Holdings, 1996. Includes various sculpture reliefs and sculptures.

– RAI International. “Scultura.” Raitalia TV, television newscast. Rome, Italy: RAI International, October 17, 2004. Discusses the exhibition New Ideas and Proposals for Chicago, Ferrari Studios–Chicago and presentation of the film Full Circle at the Chicago Cultural Center.

– Rockford Art Museum. “Park Proposals.” Television program broadcast. Rockford, IA: Rockford Art Museum, 1974. Includes interview.

– Savage, Terry. “Coverage of the Unveiling of Being Born.” 6:00 p.m., television newscast. Chicago: CBS 2 News / WBBM-TV, November 9, 1983. Includes interview; features the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

– TeleArena. “Virginio Ferrari: Ombre della sera 1959–2003.” Telegiornale, television newscast. Verona, Italy: TeleArena, April 17, 2003. Includes interview; features the exhibition at Palazzo Forti and outdoor sculpture promenade in the historic center of Verona, Italy.

———. “Virginio Ferrari: Ombre della sera 1959–2003.” Telegiornale, television newscast. Verona, Italy: TeleArena, September 3, 2003. Includes interview; features the exhibition at Palazzo Forti and outdoor sculpture promenade in the historic center of Verona, Italy.

– Telemarket. “Virginio Ferrari. Ombre della sera.” TG dell’Arte, television newscast. Brescia, Italy: Telemarket, April 30, 2003. Features the exhibition at Palazzo Forti and outdoor sculpture promenade in the historic center of Verona.

Universal City Studios. EZ Streets, CBS television drama. Universal City, CA: Universal City Studios, 1996. Includes the sculptures Forme in volo and Forza, 1990–91.

– WBEZ 91.5 FM. “Feature Story on Being Born.” Radio newscast. Chicago: WBEZ 91.5 FM / Chicago Public Radio, November 10, 1983. Features the tool and die industry, with man-on-the-street interviews regarding the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

– WCFL-AM. “Focus on Being Born.” Bob and Betty Show, radio program broadcast. Chicago: WCFL-AM, November 2, 1983. Interview with Eric Sund regarding the tool and die industry and the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

– WCIU-TV. Television program broadcast. Chicago: WCIU-TV, November 3, 1983. Includes interview; features the precision metalworking industry and the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

– Williams, Jim. “Sculpture Stolen from in Front of Newberry Library.” 6:30 p.m., television newscast. Chicago: CBS 2 News / WBBM-TV, February 20, 2008. Includes interview; features the sculpture Umanità, 1987.

– WLAK-FM. “Chicago and It’s People.” Radio newscast. Chicago: WLAK-FM, October 30, 1983. Includes interview; thirty minute segment on the precision metal working industry.

FILM & MULTIMEDIA

– City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs. Public Art Chicago, CD-ROM. Chicago: City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs ,1998. Includes Being Born, 1983; Sequence, 1984; and Two Lovers, 1980.

– Ferrari, Marco G., director. Full Circle: 10 Minute Promotional Video for the Documentary Film on Sculptor Virginio – Ferrari, Digital Beta, DVD, Mini DV, VHS, and online at www.ferraristudios.com. Chicago: Marco G. Ferrari / Ferrari Studios, 2000. Includes interviews and various sculptures. Presented at the Short Film Festival, Legnago, Italy, February 2001; Angelciti Film Festival, Chicago, Illinois, June 2001; and San Giò Video Festival, Verona, Italy, July 2002.

———. Full Circle: A Documentary Film on the Life and Work of Sculptor Virginio Ferrari, first edit (134 minutes), Digital Beta, DVD, Mini DV, and VHS. Chicago: Marco G. Ferrari / Ferrari Studios, 2003 (re-edited in 2004). Includes interviews; public/private sculpture collections; sculpture productions; and personal stories from his childhood through the retrospective exhibition at Palazzo Forti, Verona, Italy. Presented at the Intersezioni Festival–Interzona, Verona, Italy, May 2003; Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea–Palazzo Forti, Verona, Italy, July 2003; and Chicago Cultural Center, Cassidy Theater, Chicago, Illinois, October 2004.

– Ferrari Studios. Virginio Ferrari–Sculptor: Past, Present, and Future, CD-ROM. Created by Alberto Ferrari, Marco G. Ferrari, and Joesph Lukey. Chicago: Ferrari Studios / Fervir Inc., 1999. An audiovisual tour of thirty public sculptures and proposals incorporating photography, artist statements and graphics.

———. Virginio Ferrari Official Website, www.virginioferrarisculptor.com. Chicago: Ferrari Studios / Fervir Inc., 2002.

Poi Dog Pondering. 7, full length album, CD, digital music download, and 5 Song Vinyl EP. Chicago: Poi Dog Pondering / Platetectonic Music, 2008. Contains sculpture illustrations for album artwork.

– Twentieth Century Fox. Chain Reaction, theatrical film. Los Angeles: Twentieth Century Fox, 1996. Includes the sculptures Sphere of Spheres, 1985; Globo, 1968; Two Columns; and various abstract sculptural elements and drawings.

– Universal City Studios. The Chamber, theatrical film. Universal City, CA: Universal City Studios ,1996. Includes two sculptures in plaster and bronze.

– Warner Bros. Pictures. U.S. Marshals, theatrical film. Burbank, CA: Warner Bros. Pictures, 1997. Includes various sculptures.

V. INTERVIEWS & STATEMENTS
(compiled from sections i–iv)

– ABC 7 News / WLS-TV. “Park Proposal.” Perspectives, television program broadcast. Chicago: ABC 7 News / WLS-TV, 1972. Includes interview; Ferrari was guest of the University of Chicago.

———. “Being Born a Public Monumental Sculpture.” 4:30 p.m. television newscast. Chicago: ABC 7 News / WLS-TV, September 5, 1983. Includes interviews with
Ferrari and Eric Sund; features the production and unveiling of the sculpture with footage from Atols Tool & Mold factory.

– Beijing TV (BTV). September 15, 2010 (television news broadcast, Virginio Ferrari interview on his solo exhibit at Beijing University of Technology).

– Bronzato, Tiziana. “Un mondo di carta.” Telegiornale, television newscast. Verona, Italy: TeleArena, August 28, 2005. Includes interview; features environmental sculptures at the exhibition Paper + Materiali in Opera, Arsenale, Verona, Italy.

———. “Anello nel Tempo.” Telegiornale, television newscast.Verona, Italy: TeleArena, July 1, 2009. Inlcludes interview; features the sculpture proposal Anello nel tempo.

– Callhoun, Ben. “Secret May Day Message in U of C Sculpture?” Eight Forty-Eight, radio program broadcast. Chicago: WBEZ 91.5 FM / Chicago Public Radio, May 1, 2008. Includes interview; features the sculpture Dialogo, 1971.

– Chiecchi, Federico. “Virginio Ferrari: Da Lisistrato a M. Duchamp e oltre.” In Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog. Verona, Italy: Galleria Zero, 1965. Interview.

– Cohen, Phillip and Enid Silverman, producers. “Virginio Ferrari.” Artist to Artist, television program broadcast. Illinois: Phillip Cohen and Enid Silverman, 1995. Thirty minute interview. Aired in Illinois on the following channels: Channel 46 (July 1995), Skokie; Channel 34 (September 1995), Arlington Heights, DesPlaines, Glenview, Golf, Northbrook, Park Ridge, Prospect Heights; Channel 21 (September 1995), Bartlett, Hanover Park, Mt. Prospect, Schaumburg, Streamwood, Wheeling; Channel 29 (November 1995–February 1996), Evanston.

– Criscenti, Luca. “Spazio e arte: Dagli USA sei sculture monumentali esposte al Laghetto dell’Eur.” Time Out Roma, television program broadcast. Rome, Italy: September 21–27, 2000. Includes interview; features the sculpture La famiglia, or Joining, 1995–2001 at the exhibition at Laghetto dell’EUR.

– Delmiglio, Emanuele. I Protagonisti: Verona autunno 2007. Vol. 2, of Excellence book Verona. Verona: Delmiglio Editore, 2007, pp. 52–54. Includes interview; illustrations of the sculpture Being Born, 1983; and Ferrari family portrait photograph.

– DeStefano, Matt. “Virginio Ferrari’s Continuing Experience” (includes an interview with Virginio Ferrari). 98.7 WFMT Radio Network, Sunday, January 5, 2014. http://blogs.wfmt.com/artsfeatures/2014/01/05/virginio-ferraris-continuing-experience/

– Ferrari, Marco G., director. Full Circle: 10 Minute Promotional Video for the Documentary Film on Sculptor Virginio Ferrari, Digital Beta, DVD, Mini DV, VHS, and online at www.ferraristudios.com. Chicago: Marco G. Ferrari / Ferrari Studios, 2000. Includes interviews and various sculptures. Presented at the Short Film Festival, Legnago, Italy, February 2001; Angelciti Film Festival, Chicago, Illinois, June 2001; and San Giò Video Festival, Verona, Italy, July 2002.

———. Full Circle: A Documentary Film on the Life and Work of Sculptor Virginio Ferrari, first edit (134 minutes), Digital Beta, DVD, Mini DV, and VHS. Chicago: Marco G. Ferrari / Ferrari Studios, 2003 (re-edited in 2004). Includes interviews; public/private sculpture collections; sculpture productions; and personal stories from his childhood through the retrospective exhibition at Palazzo Forti, Verona, Italy. Presented at the Intersezioni Festival–Interzona, Verona, Italy, May 2003; Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea–Palazzo Forti, Verona, Italy, July 2003; and Chicago Cultural Center, Cassidy Theater, Chicago, Illinois, October 2004.

Ferrari, Virginio. Statement in Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog. Verona, Italy: Galleria Zero, 1965.

———. “A letter concerning the sculpture, by Virginio Ferrari from his studio in Verona.” In Love and Hope by V. Ferrari of Verona, Italy, sculpture dedication catalog. Chicago: University of Chicago Wyler Children’s Hospital / Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pick Jr., 1967. References the sculpture Love and Hope, 1963–66.

———. Statement in Sculpture Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog. Long Beach, CA: Long Beach Museum of Art, 1968.

———. Statement in Some More Beginnings: An Exhibition of Submitted Works Involving Technical Materials and Processes, group exhibition catalog. New York: Experiments in Art and Technology Inc., The Museum of Modern Art (New York, NY), and the Brooklyn Museum, 1968, pp. 85–86, 92. References the sculpture Fertile Love, or Amore fertile, 1968.

———. Statement in “Fountain of ‘Life’ Molded by U. of C. Art Instructor.” Chicago Tribune, April 20, 1969. References the sculpture Vita, 1969.

———. Statement in Chicago Sun-Times, April 24, 1969. References the sculpture Vita, 1969.

———. Statement in “Monumental Sculpture for Medical Center.” Loyola M.D. (Loyola University Chicago), May 1969. References the sculpture Vita, 1969.

———. Statement in Contemporary American Painting and Sculpture 1969: Fourteenth Exhibition, group exhibition catalog. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 1969, p. 84.

———. Statement in The Albert Pick Hall for International Studies, building and sculpture dedication catalog. Chicago: University of Chicago, 1971. References the sculpture Dialogo, 1971.

———. Statement in “Artist’s Eyes,” by Jean Toomer. Hyde Park Herald
(Chicago), 1972.

———. Statement in Ferrari Variations, solo exhibition catalog. Chicago: Zaks Gallery, 1977.

———. Statement in “The Great Printer’s Rowe Adventure,” by Margaret Roberts. Chicago Journal, August 2, 1978. References studio.

———. Statement in Chicago Sculpture, by James L. Riedy. Urbana, Chicago, and London: University of Illinois Press, 1981, pp. 147–48, 160.

———. Statement in Chicago Artists: Continuity and Change, group exhibition catalog. Chicago, 1982, pp. 22–23. Ferrari co-curator.

———. Statement in A Guide to Chicago’s Public Sculpture. Urbana, Chicago, and London: University of Chicago Press, 1983, pp. 77, 198–99, 259, 330.

———. Statement in Being Born, sculpture catalog. Park Ridge, IL: Tool and Die Institute, 1983–84. References the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

———. Statement in Being Born: A Monument to the Precision Metalworking Industry, sculpture catalog. Edited by Bruce Braker. Park Ridge, IL: Tool and Die Institute, 1984. References the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

———. “Meeting with Sculpture,” [Racontre de la sculpture]. In Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog. Paris, France: Paris Art Center, 1985. Artist statement.

———. Statement in Virginio Ferrari Sculpture, solo exhibition catalog. Batavia, IL: Fermilab–National Accelerator Laboratory, 1988.

———. Statement in “Carving Out a Living”, by Laurie Gottlieb. Chicago Times Magazine 1, no. 5 (May–June 1988): 89–95.

———. Statement in Continuity: Virginio Ferrari, sculpture dedication catalog. Chicago: R.R. Donnelley & Sons, 1992. References the sculpture Continuity, 1962–92.

———. Statement in Creating a Lasting Impression, sculpture dedication catalog. Chicago: Wayne Hummer & Co., 1992. References the sculpture Cling, 1992.

———. Statement in Ravinia Festival: Sculpture in the Park; A Survey, by Shirley Paperno Kravitt, collection catalog. Highland Park, IL: Women’s Board of the Ravinia Festival Association, 1992, pp. vii, 1–2, 9–10.

———. Statement in “Chicago, la sorpresa degli Usa: Nel segreto del cuore.” Gente Viaggi (Milano) 14, no. 4 (April 1992): 101–2. Includes statements by Marisa and Virginio Ferrari.

———. Statement in Abstract: Chicago 1993, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: Klein Art Works, 1993.

———. “Artist’s Statement.” In Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog. Chicago: Istituto Italiano di Cultura–Chicago, 1995.

———. Statement in Orland Park Veterans Memorial: Ara Pace, sculpture dedication catalog. Orland Park, IL: Orland Park Veterans Commission, 1995. References the sculpture Ara Pacis, or Ara Pace—Place of Peace, 1995.

———. Statement in Progetto Marmo ‘95: Balnea/Giardini Segreti; Mostre culturali sulle applicazioni dei materiali lapidi, group exhibition catalog, by Veronafiere and Vincenzo Pavan, ed. Verona: Numerouno Gruppo di Comunicazione, 1995, pp. 66-67.

———. Statement in In Memory of Clevon Pran, 1944–1997, sculpture dedication catalog. Chicago: Peter C. Pran / Virginio Ferrari, 1998. References the sculpture Ombra della sera, or Shadow of the Night, 1991.

———. Statement in Contemporary Abstraction Chicago: The 3rd Occasional Survey of Abstract Art in Chicago, group exhibition catalog. Chicago: Klein Art Works, 1998. References the drawing Ara Pacis, 1996.

———. Statement in “Local Champion of Public Art,” by Lucia Mauro. Fra Noi (Chicago), December 1998, pp. 85, 112.

———. Statement in Virginio Ferrari–Sculptor: Past, Present, and Future, CD-ROM. Created by Marco G. Ferrari, Alberto Ferrari, and Joesph Lukey. Chicago: Ferrari Studios / Fervir Inc., 1999. Sculpture statements.

———. Statement in “Ferrari Goes Public: An Italian-American Sculptor Finds His Niche in Parks and Plazas.” NorthShore Magazine (IL), December 2000:97–98.

———. Statement in La famiglia, sculpture dedication catalog. Verona, Italy: Amici del Villaggio Angelo Dall’Oca Bianca, 2001. References the sculpture La famiglia, or Joining, 1995–2001.

———. Statement in Virginio Ferrari Official Website, www.virginioferrarisculptor.com. Created by Marco G. Ferrari, Alberto Ferrari, John Apostolopoulos, and Joesph Lukey. Chicago: Ferrari Studios / Fervir Inc., 2002.

———. Statement in Virginio Ferrari: Ombre della sera 1959–2003, solo exhibition brochure (supplement to the exhibition catalog). Verona, Italy: Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea–Palazzo Forti, 2003. Sculpture statements.

———. “Artist Statement.” In Virginio Ferrari Sculptor: Monumental Sculptures; Chicago and Vicinity, monograph catalog. Chicago: Virginio Ferrari, 2004.

———. Statement in Chicago 1985–2005. Chicago: Istituto Italiano di Cultura–Chicago, 2005, p. 41.

———. Statement in The Chicago Public Art Guide. Chicago: City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs, 2005, pp. 38, 67.

———. Statement in Incorniciarte: 10 anni di proposte in una nuova cornice; Passione, book. Verona: Incorniciarte, 2006.

———. Statement in “Chicago Sculpture Theft Probe Taps Dealers in Scrap, Not Art,” by Mario Parker. Bloomberg.com, February 29, 2008, under “News: Arts and Culture.” http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=email_en&sid=az9eU5wfeFPE. References the sculpture Umanità, 1987.

– Kramer, Linda L., and Sandra Binion. “70 plus: Chicago Visual Artist Oral History Archive” (includes interview with Virginio Ferrari), 2013. Digital files located in the Ryerson & Burnham Archives, The Art Institute of Chicago. http://digital-libraries.saic.edu/cdm/landingpage/collection/70plus

– Moore, Michael. “An Interview with Virginio Ferrari.” University of Chicago Maroon, July 25, 1975. Interview.

NBC 5 News / WMAQ-TV . “Focus on Being Born.Today in Chicago, television newscast. Chicago: NBC 5 News / WMAQ-TV, October 6, 1983. Includes interview; features the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

———. “Sculpture Unveiling.” 4:30 p.m., television newscast. Chicago: NBC 5 News / WMAQ-TV, November 9, 1983. Includes interview with Ferrari and the Tool & Die Institute representatives; features Being Born, 1983.

– Quintavalle, Arturo Carlo. “Dialogo con Virginio Ferrari.” In Virginio Ferrari: Ombre della sera 1959–2003, solo exhibition catalog. Venice: Marsilio Editori, 2003. Interview.

– Rockford Art Museum. “Park Proposals.” Television program broadcast. Rockford, IA: Rockford Art Museum, 1974. Includes interview.

– Savage, Terry. “Coverage of the Unveiling of Being Born.” 6:00 p.m., television newscast. Chicago: CBS 2 News / WBBM-TV, November 9, 1983. Includes interview; features the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

– Spurr, Laurie. “A Gentlemen of Verona at Home in Chicago.” Veloce Magazine (Chicago) 1, no. 1 (1990): 39–41. Includes interview.

– TeleArena. “Virginio Ferrari: Ombre della sera 1959–2003.” Telegiornale, television newscast. Verona, Italy: TeleArena, April 17, 2003. Includes interview; features the exhibition at Palazzo Forti and outdoor sculpture promenade in the historic center of Verona, Italy.

———. “Virginio Ferrari: Ombre della sera 1959–2003.” Telegiornale, television newscast. Verona, Italy: TeleArena, September 3, 2003. Includes interview; features the exhibition at Palazzo Forti and outdoor sculpture promenade in the historic center of Verona, Italy.

– WCIU-TV. Television program broadcast. Chicago: WCIU-TV, November 3, 1983. Includes interview; features the precision metalworking industry and the sculpture Being Born, 1983.

– Williams, Jim. “Sculpture Stolen from in Front of Newberry Library.” 6:30 p.m., television newscast. Chicago: CBS 2 News / WBBM-TV, February 20, 2008. Includes interview; features the sculpture Umanità, 1987.

WLAK-FM. “Chicago and It’s People.” Radio newscast. Chicago: WLAK-FM, October 30, 1983. Includes interview; 30 minute segment on the precision metal working industry.

VI. CATALOG ESSAYS (compiled from sections i–iv)

– Bellotto, Bruno. Preface to Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog, by Istituto Italiano di Cultura–Chicago. Chicago: Istituto Italiano di Cultura–Chicago, 1995. English and Italian text.

– Biancheri, Boris. Forward to Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog, by Istituto Italiano di Cultura–Chicago. Chicago: Istituto Italiano di Cultura–Chicago, 1995. English and Italian text.

– Cassidy, Victor M. “Virginio Ferrari.” In Sculpture Invasion, group exhibition catalog, by Koehnline Museum of Art and Nathan Harpaz. Des Plaines, Illinois: Oakton Community College, 2007, pp. 30–31. English text.

– Chiecchi, Federico. Introduction to Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog, by Galleria Zero. Verona, Italy: Galleria Zero, 1965. Italian text.

– Cherchi, Paolo, and Placido Cherchi. Introduction to Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog, by Istituto Italiano di Cultura–Chicago. Chicago: Istituto Italiano di Cultura–Chicago, 1995. English and Italian text.

– Cortenova, Giorgio. Introduction to Virginio Ferrari: Ombre della sera 1959–2003, solo exhibition catalog, by Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea–Palazzo Forti. Venice: Marsilio Editori, 2003. Italian text.

———. “L’ombra della sera.” In Virginio Ferrari: Ombre della sera 1959–2003, solo exhibition catalog, by Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea–Palazzo Forti. Venice: Marsilio Editori, 2003. Italian text.

– Daley, Richard M. Forward to Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog, by Istituto Italiano di Cultura–Chicago. Chicago: Istituto Italiano di Cultura–Chicago, 1995. English and Italian text.

– D’Avino, Pasquale. Forward to Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog, by Istituto Italiano di Cultura–Chicago. Chicago: Istituto Italiano di Cultura–Chicago, 1995. English and Italian text.

– Dunoyer, Jean-Marie. “Ferrari Veronese.” In Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog, by Paris Art Center. Paris, France: Paris Art Center, 1985. English and French text.

– Edgar, Jim. Forward to Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog, by Istituto Italiano di Cultura–Chicago. Chicago: Istituto Italiano di Cultura–Chicago, 1995. English and Italian text.

– Ferrari, Marco G. “Full Circle” (synopsis). In Virginio Ferrari: Ombre della sera 1959–2003, solo exhibition catalog, by Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea–Palazzo Forti. Venice: Marsilio Editori, 2003. Italian text.

– Ferrari, Marco G., and Fabio Ferrari. “Biografia.” In Virginio Ferrari: Ombre della sera 1959–2003, solo exhibition catalog, by Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea–Palazzo Forti. Venice: Marsilio Editori, 2003. Italian text (translated by Elisa Ferrari and Fabio Ferrari).

– Fleming, Malcolm, M. Introduction to Virginio Ferrari: Sculpture – Roland Ginzel: Painting, two-person exhibition catalog, by Sears Bank and Trust Co. Chicago: Sears Bank and Trust Co., 1977. English text.

– Fodde, Raphael. Introduction to Motets by Eugenio Montale with Eleven Etchings and Lithographs by Virginio Ferrari, by Raphael Fodde. Woodmere, N.Y: Raphael Fodde Editions, 1994.

– Glibota, Ante. “Les espaces médiatifs” [Mediating Spaces]. In Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog, by Paris Art Center. Paris, France: Paris Art Center, 1985. English and French text.

– Gorlero, Maurizio Pedrazza. Forward to Virginio Ferrari: Ombre della sera 1959–2003, solo exhibition catalog, by Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea–Palazzo Forti. Venice: Marsilio Editori, 2003. Italian text.

– Haydon, Harold. Introduction to Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog, by the Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago. Chicago: Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago, 1967. English text.

———. Introduction to Ferrari ‘70: An Exhibition of Sculpture and Drawings by Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog, by University of Chicago–School of Social Service Administration. Chicago: University of Chicago / School of Social Service Administration, 1970. English text.

———. “Lettera a Virginio Ferrari.” In Virginio Ferrari: Gocce d’amore pop, solo exhibition catalog, by Istituto di Storia dell’Arte dell’Università di Parma. Parma, Italy: Istituto di Storia dell’Arte dell’Università di Parma, 1971. English and Italian text.

– Jacobucci, Michelangelo. Forward to Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog, by Istituto Italiano di Cultura–Chicago. Chicago: Istituto Italiano di Cultura–Chicago, 1995. English and Italian text.

– Laine, Christian K. “Virginio Ferrari.” In Virginio Ferrari, monograph catalog, edited by Virginio Ferrari. Chicago: Virginio Ferrari, 1982. English and French text.

– Magagnato, Licisco. “Nota Bibliografica.” In V. Ferrari: Mostra personale, solo exhibition catalog, by Galleria Minima. Milan, Italy: Galleria Minima, 1963. Italian text.

– Manni, Giuseppe. Forward to Virginio Ferrari: Ombre della sera 1959–2003, solo exhibition catalog, by Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea–Palazzo Forti. Venice: Marsilio Editori, 2003. Italian text.

– Marck, Jan van der. Introduction to Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog, by Galleria Salone Annunciata. Milan, Italy: Galleria Salone Annunciata / Carlo Grossetti, 1969. English and Italian text. Reprinted for the solo exhibition catalog Virginio Ferrari, Franzp Arte Contemporanea, Turin, Italy, 1969.

———. “Rapporti.” In Virginio Ferrari: Gocce d’amore pop, solo exhibition catalog, by Istituto di Storia dell’Arte dell’Università di Parma. Parma, Italy: Istituto di Storia dell’Arte dell’Università di Parma, 1971. English and Italian text.

– Mellini, Gian Lorenzo. Introduction to Mostra collettiva: Sculture di Virginio Ferrari, Novello Finotti e Romano Semeghini, group exhibition catalog, by Galleria d’Arte Ferrari. Verona, Italy: Galleria d’Arte Ferrari, 1960. Italian text.

———. Introduction to Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog, by Galleria XXII Marzo. Venice, Italy: Galleria XXII Marzo, 1962. Italian text.

———. “Virginio Ferrari.” In Bianchi e neri oli e tempere di Francesco Arduini – Sculture di Virginio Ferrari, two-person exhibition catalog, by Il Circolo del Capello and Galleria Alla Rima. Verona, Italy: Il Circolo del Capello, 1963. Italian text.

———. “Ferrari.” In 3 pittori e 3 scultori veronesi: Arduini, Corsi, Ferrari, Finotti, Fontana, Olivieri, group exhibition catalog, by Galleria Goethe. Bolzano, Italy: Galleria Goethe, 1965. Italian text.

– Pran, Peter C. “Virginio Ferrari: A Leading Sculptor in Chicago.” In Virginio Ferrari, monograph catalog, edited by Virginio Ferrari. Chicago: Virginio Ferrari, 1982. English and French text.

– Quintavalle, Arturo Carlo. “Virginio Ferrari.” In Salone del Premio Suzzara, group exhibition catalog. Suzzara, Mantova, Italy, 1969. Exhibition presented from September 7–23, 1969. Italian text.

———. “Virginio Ferrari: Gocce d’amore pop.” In Virginio Ferrari: Gocce d’Amore pop, solo exhibition catalog, by Istituto di Storia dell’Arte dell’Università di Parma. Parma, Italy: Istituto di Storia dell’Arte dell’Università di Parma, 1971. Italian text.

———. “Virginio Ferrari: i due racconti.” In Virginio Ferrari: Ombre della sera 1959–2003, solo exhibition catalog, by Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea–Palazzo Forti. Venice: Marsilio Editori, 2003. Italian text.

– Robinson, Wahneta T. Introduction to Sculpture Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog, by Long Beach Museum of Art. Long Beach, CA: Long Beach Museum of Art, 1968. English text.

– Schulze, Franz. Comments in Virginio Ferrari, solo exhibition catalog. by Galerie l’Angle Aigu. Brussels, Belgium: Galerie l’Angle Aigu, 1967. English text.

———. “La mostra di Chicago (1970).” In Virginio Ferrari: Gocce d’amore pop, solo exhibition catalog, by Istituto di – Storia dell’Arte dell’Università di Parma. Parma, Italy: Istituto di Storia dell’Arte dell’Università di Parma, 1971. English and Italain text.

– Zanotto, Paolo. Forward to Virginio Ferrari: Ombre della sera 1959–2003, solo exhibition catalog, by Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea–Palazzo Forti. Venice: Marsilio Editori, 2003. Italian text.