Gerhardt Knodel

What If Textiles: The Art of Gerhardt Knodel - Contributions by Janet Koplos, Shelley Selim, Douglas Dawson, Rebecca A. T. Stevens, and Gerhardt Knodel. (A Schiffer Publication)

A look at all aspects of the work of contemporary textile artist Gerhardt Knodel, documenting the development of Knodel’s art from 1969 through 2014. Experts share insights on the earlier phases of Knodel’s work; his recent work, including a focus on games; and more. Resources include a biography orienting Knodel’s influences to his works, plus an illustrated chronology.

Minglings; A Journey Across Time, by Gerhardt Knodel
An investigation of a 17th century fragment of Chinese silk tapestry, resulting in 75 artworks by the artist, designed to assist others who look for ways to examine subjects that inspire interest and reaction.

Gerhardt Knodel: Inhabitations, by Marsha Miro. Portfolio Collection, Volume 16. Telos Publications, 2002.

Hothouse: Expanding the Field of Fiber at Cranbrook, 1970-2007. Essays by Gregory Wittkopp, Gerhardt Knodel, Jane Lackey, Brian Young, Glenn Adamson and Rebecca Elliot; Cranbrook Art Museum Publication, 2007.

Material Difference; Soft Sculpture and Wall Works, by Polly Ullrich, Friends of Fiber Art International, 2006

Craft, Labor Is My Medium, Some Perspectives on Contemporary Craft, by Maria Elena Buszek, and California’s New Crafts Movement, by Jo Lauria, Archives of American Art Journal 50: 3-4, Fall 2011

Architectonic/Thought On The Loom by T’ai Smith, The Journal of Modern Craft 4:3 2011

Let the Games Begin: Gerhardt Knodel, by Brook Harris Stevens Textile/Cloth and Culture, 14:1, June 2016

The Box Project, Lyssa C. Stapleton, editor. The Cotsen Occasional Press, 2016

2016 American Craft Council Awards: Gerhardt Knodel, Gold Medalist, by Monica Moses, ed. American Craft, October/November 2016

From Tapestry To Fiber Art: The Lausanne Biennials 19062-1995, by Giselle Eberhard Cotton, and others. Skira/Fondation Toms Pauli, 2017

Gerhardt Knodel @ Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum, by Glen Mannisto. Detroit Art Review, March 16, 2018

With Eyes Opened: Cranbrook Academy of Art Since 1932, exhibition catalogue, New York, DAP

Walking Kailash, An Invitational Project by Katarina Weslien, Portland, Maine, Studio 208 Press

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