Zavelsky, Alice. Interview with Elisabeth Condon, Pulse Prize Winner 2015 New York, Pulseartfair.com
Editors. In The Studio With Elisabeth Condon. Christie's International Real Estate Magazine online blog, posted May 23, 2017.
Hood, John. Elisabeth Condon wins the New York Pulse Prize for Miami (Kinda). Culture Designers, 2015
Sisk, Ashli. Here is Everywhere: Elisabeth Condon in Conversation. Artfile Magazine, February 1, 2015
Morrisroe, Julia. The Visual Element of the Pour. 13 Ways of Looking at Painting (blog), April and May 2014
Condon, Elisabeth. Wang Xin: The Gallery, 2018, and Life Itself Is Art: Wang Xin in Conversation, 2014
Condon, Elisabeth. Realities of Scale: Lu Zhenguan In Conversation. Artfile Magazine, September 2015
Catalog Essay: Elisabeth Condon's Flowers and the Visionary Impulse, Contributed by Jason Stopa, Two Coats of Paint, November 14, 2019
Ruelas, Joshua D., Elisabeth Condon. APÓCRIFA ART MAGAZINE, 31st Edition, FLORA, p. 106 (Mexico), posted June 1, 2018
Editors. In The Studio With Elisabeth Condon. Christie's International Real Estate Magazine, Summer 2017.
Einspruch, Franklin. Elisabeth Condon: Bird and Flower at Lesley Heller Workspace. Delicious Line. November 3, 2016
Gómez, Edward M. In New Paintings, Elisabeth Condon Pours on Color and Unexpected Forms. Hyperallergic, posted September 10, 2016
Fishman, George. Review: Into The Wild at MDC Kendall Campus explores forces of nature. Miami Herald. October 25, 2015
Cohen, Arriane. When Do You Do Your Best Thinking? Six innovators work through their work problems. Bloomberg Businessweek, May 14, 2015
Kracht, Gigi O. Art to Heart: Brooklyn and Beyond. Sunshine's Nook, Views Magazine 2015 Issue (Bar Au Lac Hotel, Zurich). p.79
Martinez, Alanna. Elisabeth Condon's Shanghai-Inspired Paintings Win the 2015 New York PULSE Prize. New York Observer, March 7, 2015. Posted 11:00 am EST.
Gleeson, Bridget. A California Artist Brings Her Travel-Inspired Paintings to Pulse New York. Artsy Editorial, artsy.com. Published March 2, 2015
From sina.cn fashion, 11.25.14, 18:10
Swatch Art Peace Hotel's Faces & Traces exhibition
Rough translation of article mention:
...From May 6, 2014 to November 1, the American painter Elisabeth Condon spent six months in China at the Swatch Art Peace Hotel. In this six-month period, Condon approached the IWC Shanghai building history to experience time travel; the Oriental Pearl Tower to feel the magic of modern and prosperous Shanghai and ordinary Lanes to explore various old Shanghai styles. Referring to her feelings about the trip, she exclaimed, "Looking out the window every night on the Bund side of the shuttle boats, the shore lights dim, form the birth of my paintings as the most natural expression of Shanghai. When you overlook the Pudong even from the plane, you feel incredible, because Shanghai is so diverse and complex. I cannot simply interpret China's journey because it made me feel for the first time the thickness and depth of history and the world. After spending time in China I think the perspective and thinking about the world has gone through enormous changes."
Sacchi, Annachiara. Benvenuti a Shanghai, atelier globale. Corriere della Sera, Milan. Domenica 9 Novembre, 2014, p 26
Cohen, Arianne. What I Wear To Work: Artist Elisabeth Condon. Bloomberg Businessweek, April 17, 2014
Gómez, Edward Madrid. Still Abstract After All These Years. Art & Antiques Magazine, February 2013. 82-87
Tschida, Anne. The Miami Herald, December 6-9, 2012. Fairs Showcase Hometown Talent. Art/Basel/Miami segment, 51-2DD
Tschida, Anne, Elisabeth Condon's Paintings and Her Punk LA, Knight Arts, Miami. November 9, 2012. Click icon to view.
Baker, Katherine. Artist Finds Her Voice with Chinese Philosophy. The Kenyon Collegian, November 2-3, 2011
Einspruch, Franklin. Paintings That Shouldn't Work: Elisabeth Condon. artcritical.com, July 19, 2011
Jackson, Stephanie Lee, The Consciousness Painter. ohprettylady.blogspot.com, Monday, April 19, 2010
Nell with Lionel Bawden in Conversation: This Land Was Made For You and Me and Exotopos at Grantpirrie. New Zealand Art Monthly, online art publication, April 2009
Johnston, Rachelle, Preview: Exotopos and This Land Was Made For You and Me. Diary, Antennae online journal, spring 2009
Einspruch, Franklin. Near and Distant Views. Essay published by Miami International Airport Division of Fine Arts and Cultural Affairs for the exhibition Near and Distant Views, November 22, 2018 - January 21, 2019.
Ando, Erica. Elisabeth Condon's Unnatural Life. Published by Emerson Dorsch on the occasion of Elisabeth Condon's exhibition Unnatural Life, February 10 - March 31, 2017.
Gynd, Peter. Elisabeth Condon: Bird and Flower. Published on the occasion of Condon's solo exhibition Bird and Flower at Lesley Heller Workspace, September 7 - October 16, 2016.
Stopa, Jason, Emerson-Dorsch, Tyler, Condon, Elisabeth. Effulgence. Exhibition Catalog published by Emerson-Dorsch, Miami, October 29. 62 pp.
Mueller, Ellen. Remixing and Drawing: Sources, Influences and Styles. Routledge Focus Projects, 2018.
Texon, Wanda, Weinberg, Michelle, Landi, Ann, Delgado, Denise,
Rupert, Sarah Michelle. Women Painting, Works from the collection
of Francie Bishop Good & David Horvitz, Exhibition Catalog
published by Girl's Club Contemporary Art by Women. 135 pages. Fort
Lauderdale, FL, 2017.
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Jeng, Eileen and Morgan, Robert C. Splotch Exhibition Catalog. Neumeraki Projects, New York, NY, 2016.
Pill, Katherine, Editor. Marks Made: Prints by American Woman Artists from the 1960's to the Present. Museum of Fine Arts,St. Petersburg Florida 2015.
Beijing Sojourn. Exhibition Catalogue, with introduction by Austin M. Powers, translated by William J. Isler. Da Feng Gallery, Beijing, China, 2009.
A World of Scraps, Gestures and Images. (image courtesy Andrew
Bellamy Design Studio, Miami). Exhibition catalogue with e-mail
interview by Tyler-Emerson Dorsch and Curator's Acknowledgment by
Nick Nelson, Museum Director. Published by Dorsch Gallery and
Albany Museum on Blurb (click on link to order). 2009.
The Collection of Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz, Fort Lauderdale Museum/Nova Southeastern University, 2009.