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New York Times, Andy Port
In Over Your Head, August, 31, 2010. Serg Riva, Swimwear Designer, Is Now an Author
... available on Amazon, with an introduction by his alter ego, James Buckhouse. To quote Serg, “The shallower you go, the deeper it gets.” ... http://tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/08/31/in-over-your-head/

DailyServing, by Allison Gibson, Feb 2009.
http://www.dailyserving.com/2009/02/james_buckhouse.php

MODELS 306090, by Emily Abruzzo (Editor), Eric Ellingsen (Editor), Jonathan D. Solomo (Editor), November, 2007.
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New York Times, Jennifer Dunning
DANCE REVIEW; The Night Christopher Wheeldon Met Oscar Wilde, June 11, 2007
...choreographic breadth. Martin Pakledinaz's costuming for the bird has just the perfect small accent of exoticism. James Buckhouse's animation should at last make a case for animated set effects, so delicately symbiotic here with Mark Stanley...
June 11, 2007 - By JENNIFER DUNNING - Arts - 597 words

Creative Time: The Book
by Anne Pasternak (Author), Ruth A. Peltason (Editor), Lucy Lippard (Preface)
Princeton Architectural Press; 1 edition (April 19, 2007).
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New Media Art, Mark Tribe and Reena Jana
New Media Art, Taschen, 2006 ISBN 3-8228-3041-0
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Portland Tribune, Eric Bartels
Rain is the muse for new OBT work, Feb 25, 2005

New York Times, Anna Kisslegoff
Swan Lake Moves Inside, Décor by Degas, June 8, 2004
BALLET REVIEW; 'Swan Lake' Moves Inside, Décor by Degas

...wallpaper is transformed into different colors, often green and blue, by Natasha Katz's spectacular lighting, and James Buckhouse's projections introduce a moving flock of swans on those walls. Much of Mr. Wheeldon's theatricality comes...
June 8, 2004 - By ANNA KISSELGOFF - Arts - 1085 words

Boston Globe, Cate McQuaid
Wired for Art, April 25, 2003

Digital Art, Christiane Paul, 2003
Digital Art, Thames & Hudson, 2003 ISBN 0-500-20367-9
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Elle, Dale Eastman
A return To Form, Elle, July 2002

Wolganmisool (Korea), Suhjung Hur
Game Art, April 2002

New York Times, Karen Jones
New 'Smart' Galleries, Wireless and Web-Friendly, April 24, 2002

...Museum of American Art in New York. At a special kiosk, visitors can download ''Tap,'' a digital artwork by James Buckhouse, into electronic organizers equipped with the Palm operating system, and with that download, receive their own...
April 24, 2002 - By KAREN JONES - Technology - 918 words

Evening Standard (London), Judith Flanders
Tap Into the Techno Age, September 26, 2002

San Francisco Chronicle, Kenneth Baker
Whitney Biennial Strong in Bay Area Artists April 04, 2002

Arizona Rebuplic, John Carlos Villani
Whitney Biennial Reaches out, connects with viewers March 17, 2002

2002 Biennial Exhibition, Lawrence Rinder, 2002
Whitney Biennial 2002 Catalog for the 2002 Whitney Biennial Exhibition.
ISBN: 0810968320
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USA Today, Janet Kornblum
'Tap' into art for a Palm, USA Today, Mar. 07 2002

New York Times, Paula Vogel,
Now, Dancing Art, New York Times, Feb. 22,2002

...Now, Dancing Art As part of a series of Internet commissions, the Dia Center for the Arts in Chelsea asked James Buckhouse, a San Francisco-based artist, to collaborate with Holly Brubach, a writer and former style editor of The New...
February 22, 2002 - By Carol Vogel - Technology - 1156 words

ArtForum, by Nico Isreal
Tribal Counsel,
ArtForum, Jan. 2002

New York Times
, by Matthew Maripaul
Driven by a Higher Calling, Not Dot.Com Dollars,
New York Times, Dec.14, 2001

...telephones. Christiane Paul, the Whitney's new-media curator, has selected a wireless work, ''Tap'' by James Buckhouse, for the museum's 2002 Biennial exhibition, and she expects to see more made. ''Information networks should...
December 24, 2001 - By Matthew Mirapaul - Technology - 1203 words

ArtForum
, by Chris Finley
Hotlist,
ARTFORUM, May, 2001

New York Times
, by Matthew Maripaul
Screen Savers as Artists' Medium, Nov.23, 2000

JAMES BUCKHOUSE wants to brighten your office with a little art. But put away the thumbtacks. You will need an Internet-connected computer...
November 23, 2000 - By MATTHEW MIRAPAUL - Technology - 876 words

San Jose Mercury News
, by Jack Fischer
Screen Saver Exhibit Creates Movable Feasts, Nov.5, 2000

Wired News
, by Jordan Lite
When Flying Toasters Were Art, Nov.4, 2000