Selected Bibliography

Art with Attitude – New England Talent to Watch in 2016, Take Magazine, (December 2015/January 2016), illus.
EK Interview: Adam Niklewicz, Empty Kingdom, (October 2015), illus. (
Elysian McNiff and Elizabeth Keithline, “Public Art: Preparing for the New Chapter”, Art New England, (March/April 2013), illus. (
Suzannah Hills, "Careful, Wet Paint! The Invisible Graffiti That Only Shows up When There's Water on It", The Daily Mail (UK), (February 13, 2013), illus. 
Rain Activated Art, IGNANT (Germany), (November 1, 2012), illus. (
Sara Bertuccioli, "Il graffito che compare con l'acqua", The Huffington Post (Italy), (October 17, 2012), illus. (
Patrick James, "This Public Art Project Appears Only When It Rains", Scientific American, (October 31, 2012), illus. (
Adam Niklewicz, IGNANT (Germany), (April 23, 2012), illus. (
Lukasz Kropiowski, "Powszechne urojenia", Obieg (Poland), (October 17, 2011), illus. (
Steve Barnes, “Post-Gogol” at Slag, ARTnews, (May 2010), p. 117, illus.
POZA: On Polishness of Polish Contemporary Art, edited by Marek Bartelik, Real Art Ways / D.A.P., Hartford / New York, ©2008, pp. 108-113, illus.
“Room Service”, Modern Painters Magazine, (July-August 2007), p. 20, illus.
“International Sculpture Center's Awards Presentation”, Sculpture Magazine, (October 2006), p. 55, illus.
Roberta Hershenson, “Flirting With Fame”, The New York Times, (Sunday, December 25, 2005), 
Arts & Entertainment, section 14, WE, p. 6, illus.
“Apiary Art”, The New York Times, (Sunday, December 11, 2005), Arts, section 14, WE, illus.
Alisa Solomon, “Art Makes a Difference”, The Nation. (November 8, 2004), pp. 28-32, illus.
”A Political Canvas”, The New York Times, (Sunday, September 5, 2004), section 14, CT, p. 13, illus. 
L.P. Streitfeld, “Play House” Invites Audiences”, The Stamford Advocate, (Sunday, July 18, 2004), Arts, pD3, illus.
Judy Birke, “Oriented, and Reoriented, in “Territories” at Artspace’s untitled (space) gallery”,  New Haven Register, (Sunday, March 9, 2003), Arts, illus.
Margaret Wozniacki, “Artist’s Installations Can Be Startling”, The Herald, (Monday, December 11, 2002), A3.
Patricia Rosof, “Forget About it?, At RAW, a New Show About Memory”, The Hartford Advocate, (Thursday, December 19, 2002), Arts & Entertainment, p.21, illus.
Alistair Highet, “Home Alone, Polish-born Artist in Two New Shows”, Preview Connecticut, (December, 2002), pp. 27-31, illus.
Owen McNally, “Tribute to Christo in New Britain”, The Hartford Courant, (Thursday, November 14, 2002), section Cal, illus.
“NEW/NOW: Adam Niklewicz”, Art & Insight, (Autumn 2002), p.6, illus.
William Zimmer, “A Show of the Gritty and the Spiritual”, The New York Times, (Sunday, January 13, 2002), 
section 14, CT, p. 10, illus.
D. Dominick Lombardi, “Crossing Borders, and Not Just In Art”, The New York Times, (Sunday, July 22, 2001), 
section 14, CT, p. 10, illus.
D. Dominick Lombardi, “Eight Artists Cross the Border”, The New York Times, (Sunday, July 15, 2001), section 14, 
WE, p. 8, illus.
L.P. Streitfeld, “Focus on Color at Silvermine Excavates Intellectual Treasure”, The Advocate & Greenwich Time
(Sunday, July 8, 2001), Arts, p. D3, illus.
“Artists and Homelands”, The New York Times, (Sunday, March 25, 2001), Section 14, p. 16.
L.P. Streitfeld, “Silvermine Guild Arts Center Springs Into the Zeitgeist”, The Advocate & Greenwich Time
(Sunday, April 1, 2001), Arts, D3, p.3, illus.
Shannon Hicks, “A Symbolic Look At One Artist’s Past & Present”, The Newtown Bee, Vol. CCXXIII, No 15 
(Friday, April 13, 2001), p. A-11, illus.
David Podgurski, ”The Big Picture”,  The Advocate & Greenwich Time, (July 16, 2000), D2 Section, Arts
William Zimmer, “Largely Traditional Show at Silvermine”, The New York Times, Vol.CXLIX... No 51, 402 
(Sunday, May 28, 2000), Section 14, p.CT15, illus.
Valerie Cruice, “A Bit of Revelry for Art’s Sake”, The New York Times, (Sunday, November 7, 1999). Section 14, p.CT4, illus.
“A Different Kind of Show”, The New York Times, VolCXLVIII...No 51.629 (Sunday, August 29, 1999), Section 14, p.NJ11, illus.
Ed McCormack, “Studio Visit:  The Existential Cartoons of Adam Niklewicz”, Gallery & Studio Magazine, New York 
(March/April 1999) p.4, illus.
Who’s Who in Polish America, Bicentennial Publishing Corporation, New York, 1996. p.323.
Artist’s Market, Writer’s Digest Books, F&W Publications, Cincinnati, Ohio © 1995, p.585, illus.
The Art of Barbie, Artists Celebrate the World’s Favorite Doll, Workman Publishing, New York © 1994, p.78, illus.
Marshall Arisman, “Adam Niklewicz”, Idea Magazine, Tokyo, Japan, No 235 (November 1992), pp. 90-93,illus.
Jestesmy, Works of Polish Artists Living Abroad, Zacheta Publications, Warsaw, Poland, © 1991, pp. 148, 286, illus.