Dalya Luttwak: Germination of Gold
Greater Reston Arts Center, Reston, VA, 2014
Roots: The Hidden Half in Black and White
(Softcover, 48 pages, ISBN-13 978-0-9814526-2-3, ISBN-10 0-9814526-2-0)
Sawhill Gallery, James Madison University, 2010
Hidden: A Sculpture Installation by Dalya Luttwak
(Softcover, 36 pages, ISBN 978-0-9767102-7-1)
American University Museum, Katzen Art Center, Washington DC, 2008
Inspired by the exhibition Roots: The Hidden Half in Black and White
String Quartet No. 1: "Trees"
(For string quartet, double string quartet, or string quartet with tape)
On movements 1 & 3: Allison Marny & Jacquelyn Dolan, violins; Brittany
Nelson, viola; Laura Morgan, cello.
On movements 2 & 3: Anna Matijasic Hennessy & Yessenia Amaya, violins;
Jessica Roxanne Atienza, viola; Gregory Kramer, cello.
Books & Reviews
Luciano Marucci, Review of Roots of Sweet Potato, Juliet Art Magazine, October-November, 2016. pg 102.
Lauren Landau, Women's Suffrage Came at a Cost, JW Magazine, August 26, 2016
Mark Jenkins, In the galleries, The Washington Post, July 31 2015
Ella Dorsey, Stars & Stripes: Zenith Salutes the Flag!, Zenith Gallery Blog, July 21 2015
Artsy Editorial, Skyscrapers and Plant Roots Take Shape at Galleria Ca' d'Oro, Artsy Inc., April 28 2015
E. Ashley Rooney & Stephanie Standish, Stars & Sripes: The American Flag in Contemporary Art, Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., 2015
Rima Schulkind, Featured WSG Member: Dalya Luttwak, The Washington SCULPTOR, Winter 2015
Mark Jenkins, In the galleries, The Washington Post, October 24 2014
Itinerary, Sculpture Magazine 33:8, (October 2014): pp. 18-19
Lauren Landau, Art Beat with Lauren Landau, Sept. 16, WAMU 88.5 American University Radio, September 16 2014
Janet Rems, In the galleries, Fairfax Times, October 3 2014
Ryan Dunn, Dalya Luttwak Exhibits at GRACE, Reston Connection, September 17 2014
Michael O'Sullivan, Neighborhood puts on a pretty face, The Washington Post, June 13 2014
Leif Petterson, 10 must see museum exhibits this summer (For Whom It Stands: The Flag and the American People), USA Today, May 27 2014
E. Ashley Rooney, Green Art: Trees, Leaves, and Roots, Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., 2013: pp. 50-51
James O. Luken, The ecology of art, Frontiers in Ecology, The Ecological Society of America 2:4, (May 2013): pp. 218-219
Meredith Jacobs, Last Chance to See "Sukkat Shalom", Washington Jewish Week, December 12 2012
Tina Kramer, Proving Her Metal: Sculptor's Art Took Root at Montgomery College, Insights: The Magazine for Montgomery College Alumni and Friends, Fall 2012
Adrienne Urbina, Dalya Luttwak Makes Art That Grows, Foggy Bottom News, July 25 2012
Julia Clouser, "Alfalfa Root at 4.5 Months Old", The Washington Post, May 10 2012
Michael O'Sullivan, "Foggy Bottom Goes a Little Bit Wild", The Washington Post, May 11 2012
Kriston Capps, "Parks and Resignation", Washington City Paper, April 27 2012
Chelsea Beroza, "When Nature Takes Over", National Museum of Women in the Arts, March 15 2012
Daniele Liberanome, "Le radici di Milano", Mosaico, January 29 2012
Katlin Chadwick, "When Sculpture takes Over Kreeger Museum", Pink Line Project, October 3 2011
CBS News, Sunday Morning "Illuminations", November 27 2011
Michael O'Sullivan, "Don't Miss", The Washington Post , November 11, 2011
Kriston Capps, "Nature Trumps Tennis at Kreeger Museum". Washington City Paper, November 8 2011
Aaron Leibel, "Roots - in trees, life, art" Washington Jewish Week, June 22 2011
Patrizia Grandis, "L'arte di Dalya Yaari Luttwak come tribute della Marina Militare alla Citta di Venezia". Free Lance International Press, June 13 2011
Maria Teresa Secondi. "La "radice" che prende linfa dall'acqua realizzata doa Dalya Yaari Luttwak. Il Gazzettino, Venezia, May 13 2011
Vittorio Tonon. "Una radice vola sull'Arsenale". La Nuova di Venezia e Mestre, May 13 2011
Gianpaolo Bonzio. "Un'opera realizzata da Dalya Yaari Luttwak; Un abbraccio de 16 metri tra le due trri dell'Arsenale".Il Gazzetino, Venezia, May 11 2011
Ryan, Paul. "Dalya Luttwak." Art Papers 34:4 (July/August 2010): 53.
Sretenovic, Vesela. Gaps. Reston, VA: Greater Reston Arts Center, 2010.
Tanguy, Sarah. “Dalya Luttwak.” Sculpture 29:4 (May 2010): 68-69.
Katzman, Laura, et al. Dalya Luttwak, Roots: The Hidden Half in Black and White. Harrisonburg, VA: Sawhill Gallery, James Madison University, 2010.
Katzman, Laura, “Planting Roots at JMU: Artist-in-residence explores invisible aspects of the natural world.” Madison Magazine 33:2 (Spring/Summer 2010): 2; 6; 27-29.
Bojeun, Ariel. “Naked Roots.” The Breeze 86:43 (March 18, 2010): 11-12.
Roulet, Laura. Bilateral Engagement: Celebrating 25 Years of Washington Sculptors Group. Washington, DC: Art Museum of the Americas, 2009.
Fitzgerald, Lillian and Matt King. Flora: Growing Inspirations. Washington, DC: United States Botanic Garden, 2009.
Huschle, Claire. Reform. Lorton, VA: Workhouse Arts Center, 2009.
Ridgley, Jaime, ed. “Festival Sculpture Walk.” Gettysburg Festival Magazine (June 2009): 20-21.
Beardsley, John, Jack Rasmussen and Barbara Rose. Dalya Luttwak, Hidden: A Sculpture Installation. Washington, DC: American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center, 2008.
Huschle, Claire. “Architecture/Sculpture.” Sculpture 27:6 (July/August 2008): 72-73.
Mezquita Mendez, Maria Teresa. Merida De Yucatan: Ciudad De La Escultura, Hermandades Escultoricas, MEXICO-EUA. Merida, Estado de Yucatan, Mexico: Museo de Arte Contemporaneo Ateneo de Yucatan, 2006.
Williams, Arthur. The Sculpture Reference Illustrated. Gulfport, MS: Sculpture Books Publishing: 2005.
Kempner, Aviva. “Dalya Luttwak’s American Dream.” Crystal City Magazine (Fall/Winter 2003): 5; 42.
De Luca, Anna Rita. “Dalya Luttwak: L’arte del Metallo.” Diplomatic News: The International Magazine (September 2002): 42.
Soltes, Ori Z. Dalya Luttwak: Twenty Years of Metal Art. San Francisco, CA: Metamorphonic Mutimedia, 2001.
Weininger, Susan. Judging the Book by Its Cover: Torah Coverings from the Philip & Sylvia Spertus Judaica Prize Competition. Chicago, IL: Spertus Museum, 2000.
Morton, Kathryn. Judaica Artisans Today: Contemporary Judaica in the United States and Those Who Created It. Gaithersburg, MD: Flower Valley Press, 1999.
Yellin Outwater, Myra. Judaica. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publishing, 1999.
Graber Worrell, Patricia. “The Functional Vase.” American Style 5:1 (Fall 1998): 48-51.
Yaw, Nancy. The Functional Vase Project: 1998. Birmingham, MI: Yaw Gallery, 1998.
Soltes, Ori Z. Realm Between Realms, Histories Between History. Washington, DC: B’nai B’rith Klutznick National Jewish Museum, 1997.
Lewin, Na`ama Batya. “Miriam Joins Elijah at the Seder.” Moment 22:2 (April 1997): 58-61.
Mall, Susan. Light Interpretations: A Hanukah Menorah Invitational. San Francisco, CA: Contemporary Jewish Museum, 1995.
Arritt, Yvonne. “Dalya Luttwak: Japanese Patchwork.” Metalsmith 8:3 (Summer 1988): 45.
Heller, Nancy G. “Dalya Luttwak: Goldsmith Extraordinaire.” The World & I: A Chronicle of Our Changing World 3:4 (April 1988): 264-269.
Wallach, Janet. “New Jewelry.” Museum & Arts Washington (March/April 1987): 38-41.
Okim, Komelia Hongja. “Dalya Luttwak: Portfolio Exhibit.” Metalsmith (Fall 1985): 48.
TGS, Nuova opera in metallo al Castello di Trabia, Televised Interview