A History of New Zealand Women, 2016.
by Barbara Brooks
Chapter 11, page 339.
Curves of Enclosure, 2015.
Art Collector Issue 73, July - Sept by Laurence Simmons.
Gretchen Albrecht: Colloquy: Three essays, 2015.
Launch of Gretchen Albrecht: Colloquy: Three essays, Two
9 July 2015 by Peter Simpson.
We shall not cease from exploration, 2014.
Catalogue for solo exhibition at Two Rooms Gallery, Auckland. Catalogue essay by Catharina van Bohemen.
Rectangles, Rediscoveries, Radiance: Gretchen Albrecht on Continuity & Change,
Interview with Edward Hanfling, first published in Art New Zealand 136, Summer 2010-11.
A Luminous Shade, Tauranga Art Gallery, 2012. [ View eBook ]
Catalogue for solo exhibition during Tauranga's Garden Festival with colour reproductions of all 5 paintings and 4 large prints, and an essay by Ed Hanfling.
Making Arrangements: Gretchen Albrecht and Eve Armstrong, Michael Lett Gallery, Auckland 2011.
A collaborative exhibition between the two artists, with a colour catalogue, 10 of which were adjusted to become limited edition artist's books. Includes an essay by Heather Galbraith.
Diaspora: Pluralism + Singularity, 2009.
Catalogue for a 2009 group exhibition, organized by Bill Millbank, featuring Gretchen Albrecht with an essay by Peter Simpson.
Between Paint and Nature - Five Decades, 2009. [View PDF]
Catalogue for a 2009 survey exhibition at the Nadene Milne Gallery, Arrowtown. Introduced by James Ross.
Catalogue for a 2008 group exhibition featuring Gretchen Albrecht at the Lemon Street Gallery, Truro, Cornwall, England. Features an introductory essay by curator Mel Gooding.
Catalogue for a 2007 group exhibition, travelling to Valencia and Palma de Majorca, Spain and Hong Kong. Catalogue essay by Dr Peter Simpson.
Journey to Portugal, Gretchen Albrecht & Michelle Leggott, Holloway Press, 2007.
Limited edition book of poems by Michelle Leggott, designed and with chine collé images by Gretchen Albrecht. Letterpress text by Tara McLeod.
Signed and numbered edition of 100 copies. Available from Holloway Press.
Gretchen Albrecht illuminations, Ron Brownson, [View PDF]
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki/Godwit Press, 2002.
Catalogue for the retrospective exhibition Gretchen Albrecht illuminations, with 35 high quality reproductions. Contains essays by Ron Brownson, Mary Kisler and Bronwyn Fletcher.
Catalogue for exhibition at the Robert Steele Gallery, Chelsea, New York. Four artists: Lynda Benglis, Ron Gorchov, Gretchen Albrecht, James Ross, with essay by Luke Smythe.
Catalogue for October exhibition of four artists: Leon Van Den Eijkel, Marijke de Goey, James Ross and Gretchen Albrecht travelling to two venues: Kunsthal Hof 88, Alemo; Beeld & Aambeeld, Enschede, The Netherlands.
Gretchen Albrecht: Ovals, New Paintings, 2001. [View PDF]
Three-fold colour catalogue produced to accompany a May 2001 exhibition at Robert Steele Gallery, New York. Contains an essay by Bronwyn Fletcher "Gretchen Albrecht's Ovals: The Poetics of Shape", artist biography and bibliography and a number of high-quality colour images.
Dutch/NZ exhibition, Dec. 2000: four artists: Leon Van Den Eijkel, Marijke de Goey, James Ross, Gretchen Albrecht; Het Koopmanhuis, Leusden, The Netherlands.
Introductory essay 'Between the Antipodes' by Leonard Bell. Catalogue also includes 1 page of artist's notes and one colour reproduction.
Crossing the Divide: a painter makes prints, graphic work 1964-1999, Anne Kirker, Sarjeant Gallery, Wanganui, 1999. [View PDF]
Catalogue for the 1999 show of the same name. Contains an essay by Anne Kirker, a listing of editions to 1999 and extensive illustration.
Distance Looks Our Way – 10 artists from New Zealand, 1992.
Group exhibition travelled to Spain: Seville, Madrid, Zamora, Barcelona; The Netherlands, Leiden; and venues around NZ.
Major essays by Ian Wedde and Francis Pound, plus individual essays on each artist: Linda Gill writing on Gretchen Albrecht.
Gretchen Albrecht, Linda Gill, Random Century, 1991. [View PDF]
Monograph offering thorough coverage of works through to 1991, with attention given to the transition from the work of the 1970s to the hemispheres of the early 1980s as well as the initial oval works of the late 1980s.
Gretchen Albrecht - Collages 1988-1989, Centre for Contemporary Art, Hamilton.
Catalogue essay by Leonard Bell.
Albrecht's Hemispheres: The Realms of Connotation, 1986.
Essay by Francis Pound, first published in Art New Zealand 38, Autumn 1986.
AFTERnature: a survey - 23 years, Linda Gill and Francis Pound, Sarjeant Gallery, Wanganui, 1986. [View PDF]
Catalogue accompanying a retrospective exhibition organized by the Sarjeant Gallery, Wanganui.
Catalogue for 6 NZ Artists at 22 Wooster Gallery, New York, includes one colour reproduction for each artist. Illustrated for Gretchen Albrecht is 'Solomon's Song'.
'Seven Painters/The Eighties', 1982.
Group exhibition curated by the artists and co-ordinated by Sarjeant Gallery, Wanganui, travelling to many venues throughout NZ. Catalogue essay by Derek Schulz.
New Zealand Women Painters (1845 – 1968) , 1968.
An Auckland Festival Exhibition organized by The Auckland Society of Arts, surveying over 120 years of paintings by women artists, borrowed from Public and private collections.
New Zealand Painting 1965, Auckland City Art Gallery.
New Zealand Painting, 1964 Auckland City Art Gallery.
Both the above catalogues are for the annual exhibition Surveys of Contemporary Painting in New Zealand curated by the Auckland City Art Gallery.
Cape, Peter; NZ Painting Since 1960: A Study in Themes and Developments. (Pub: Auckland: Collins 1979)
Barr, Jim and Mary, with Marti Friedlander; Contemporary NZ Painters. (Pub: Auckland: Alister Taylor 1980)
Oliver, W H. (ed.) The Oxford History of NZ (Pub. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1981)
Kirker, Anne; NZ Women Artists (Pub. London: Reed Methuen, 1986)
Eastmond, Elizabeth and Penfold, Merimeri; Women and the Arts in NZ, Forty works: 1936 – 86 (Pub. Auckland: Penguin, 1986)
Docking, Gil; Two Hundred Years of NZ Painting. Also an enlarged edition with additions by Michael Dunn for 1970 – 1990 (Pub. Auckland: David Bateman, 1990)
Dunn, Michael; A Concise History of NZ Painting (Pub. Auckland: David Bateman 1991)
Kirker, Anne; NZ Women Artists, A Survey of 150 years. (Pub. Auckland: Craftsman House, 1993)
Brown, Warwick. 100 New Zealand Paintings. (Pub. Auckland: Godwit Press, 1995)
Caughey, Elizabeth & Gow, John. Contemporary New Zealand Art 2 (Pub. Auckland: David Bateman, 1999)