Articles and Reviews
  Artcorejournal Vol.2, Issue 1, Surrender to Something Dangerous: A Conversation between Artists Nancy Davidson and Nene Humphrey, 2013
  Patricia Rossoff: Innocent Eye: A Passionate Look at Contemporary Art, pg 60, Tupelo Press November 2012  
  Ann Landi, Brain Wave, and ArtNews, June 2009 p.88 Cover Image: detail from The Plain Sense of Things  
  Holland Cotter, Weekend Reviews, The New York Times, March 2009  
  Stanley Staniski, Nene Humphey: Artist, film produced by Staniski Productions in conjunction with the Ogden Museum, New Orleans, LA. 2005  
  Helen Harrison, “Site Specifics,’05,” The New York Times, July 10 2005  
  Nancy Princenthal,”Paper Airplanes, Recent Artist books on Flight and Travel,”Art on Paper, March 2005 p.41  
  Patricia Rosoff,”Nene Humphrey: Carnal Knowledge”, Sculpture Magazine, Dec. 2004  
  Ken Johnson,” Gathering a Flock of Quirky Grownups”, The New York Times, June 18,2003,p. E32  
  Ken Johnson,” Domestic Traces”, The New York Times, June 1,2001,p. E4  
  Ariella Budick, "Woman to Woman", Newsday, April 23,2000  
  Touch, A Site Specific Installation by Nene Humphrey. Videotape directed by Dianna Smith: Scapes Productions, pub. By Katonah Museum of Art, 1999
  William Zimmer, Nene Humphrey, Common Touch, Katonah Museum,New York Times, August 22,1999  
  Agnes Gund,"The Passion of a Collector", Civilization, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Jan-Feb.1999  
  Tom Patterson,"Handy: Sculptor collaborates with Salem students", Winston-Salem Journal, Feb.7, 1999  
  Susan Krane,"Nene Humphrey, A Wild Patience", University of Colorado, Boulder, Jan.1998  
  Dinah Zeiger,"Urge to touch torments viewer at gallery showing", The Denver Post, Jan. 31,1998  
  "Hand in Hand", Daily Times, Boulder, Colorado, Jan.29, 1998  
  Jennifer Heath,"Hands", Boulder Planet, Jan.30, 1998  
  Joe, Miller,” Asking Nene about art", Boulder Weekly, Jan.1998  
  Michael Rush," Five Connecticut Artists Turn to Installation", Art New England, Feb-Mar. 1998  
  Judith Wilson, "Small-Crafted Warnings," Village Voice, May 26, 1981  
  William Zimmer," Honoring Women as Keepers of the Home", The New York Times, Oct.20, 1996 p. 10. N.J.Ed.  
  Jerry Cullum,”The two sides of domesticity", The Atlanta Constitution, Nov. 15, 1996  
  Suzanne Ramljak, "Carnal Knowledge' Object Lessons, Feminine dialogues with the surreal, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, Jan. 1995, p.5.  
  Susan Hapgood, "Feminine Strategies", Object Lessons, Feminine dialogues with the surreal, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, Jan. 1995,p.9.  
  Nancy Stamen, "Feminine Dialogues': a tempest from Oppenheim's teacup", The Boston Sunday Globe, Jan.29, 1995 p.42.  
  Mary Sherman," Female artists express their gender ", The Boston Herald, Jan. 25,1995 p. 46.  
  Cynthia Nadelman,"Recent Drawings by Sculptors: A Common Language", Drawing, July/August 1994 p.25  
  Chris Schnoor,”Sculptural Dualities". Reflex, Aug./Sept.p.13  
  William Zimmer, "Sculpture at Two Displays at Wayne," New York Times, December 5, 1993, p. 16  
  Eileen Watkins, "Art at WPC," Sunday Star-Ledger, New Jersey, December 5, 1993  
  Arlene Raven," Days Without Art", Village Voice, October 5, 1993.  
  Kristina Montvidas-Kutkus, "Dimensions of Slavery Explored", Post and Courier, Charleston, S.C., April 4, 1993.  
  Janet Kolas, "55 Ferris II," Art in America, February 1993, p. 106  
  Amy Jinker Lloyd, "Nene Humphrey, Sandler Hudson Gallery," Art in America, December, 1992, p. 122  
  Tom Patterson, "Two Exhibits: One Shouts, One Whispers," The Charlotte Observer, September 13, 1992  
  Judith Page, "Embracing the Void," Valencia College, Orlando, Florida, 1992  
  Jerry Cullum, "Artists' Styles Contrast Nicely in McIntosh Exhibit of Sculptures, Drawings, Paintings," The Atlanta Journal, April 5, 1990, P.C-6  
  William Zimmer, "The Public and Private in Robust Dialogue," New York Times, October 28, 1990  
  Jennifer Cross, "Sculptor's Drawings," EHCCA, Long Island, New York, 1990  
  Jane Farver, "The Art of Drawing," Lehman College, Bronx, New York, 1990  
  Jerry Cullum, "'Dream' Objects Probe Landscape of the Emotions," The Atlanta Journal, March 6, 1992, p. F2  
  Carrie Przybilla, Working on Paper, Contemporary American Drawing, (High Museum of Art, Atlanta, 1990)  
  Karen Lipson, "Dip into these Drawings by Contemporary Women," Newsday, New York, June 9, 1990  
  Rose C.S. Slivka, "From the Studio," East Hampton Star, September 11, 1990  
  Dr. Judy C. Van Wagner, Lines of Vision. Drawings by Contemporary Women, with essays by Thomas Leavitt and Judith Wilson (Hudson Hills Press, New York, 1989)  
  Tom Patterson, "Subtle Images Give Salisbury Show its Power,"Winston-Salem Journal, September 11, 1988, p. 4  
  Chris Redd, "Nene Humphrey's Modernist Metaphors," The Arts Journal, North Carolina, October 1988, Vol. 14, No. 1, p. 14  
  Thomasine Bradford, "Small Scale Sculpture/Large Scale Sculpture," Art Papers, Atlanta, Georgia, January/February 1988, Vol. 12, No. 1, p. 49  
  Juli Carson, Howard McCalebb, and Blue Angel: The Decline of Sexual Stereotypes in Post Feminist Sculpture, (Longwood Art Center, New York, 1987)  
  Lisa Tuttle, Small Scale Sculpture/Large Scale Sculpture, (Atlanta College of Art, Atlanta, Georgia, 1987)  
  B. McKenzi "Road is Primary Motif in Nene Humphrey's Art," Atlanta Journal-Constitution, April 13, 1987  
  Phil Williams, "Nene Humphrey: Recent Drawings and Sculpture," Art Papers, Vol. 11, No. 4, July-August  
  Eric Siegeltuch, Nene Humphrey: Situations, (University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, 1985)  
  Pat Stenson, "Wisconsin Upbringing Still Inspiring Modernist Artist," Post Crescent, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, March 31, 1985  
  Karen Heisler, "Sculptor Nene Humphrey Creates Passages," Courier, South Bend, Indiana, summer 1984  
  Martin Ries, "Ambiance/Stimuli," Re.Dact, An Anthology of Art Criticism, Peter Frank editor, (Willis, Locker, Owens, New York, 1984) p. 141  
  Michael Perri, "On-Site Sculpture," Art Papers, Vol. 8, No. 3, 1984  
  Appearances, (sculpture reproduction), Robert Witz editor, No. 10, spring 1984  
  Janet Heit, Sculpture at Greene Space, curated by Irving Sandler, Corrine Robins, Kathy Goncharov, (New York OIA, 1983)  
  Art and Artists, (sculpture reproduction), September 1983  
  Grace Glueck, "Engaging Experiments Transform a Sandy Site," New York Times, July 31, 1983  
  Kay Larson, "On the Beach," New York Magazine, September 5, 1983  
  Donald Kuspit, "OIA at Greene Space," Artforum, April 1983  
  Bruce Eder, "Provocative Modern," Arts Weekly, New York, February 2, 1983  
  Benny Andrews, Ambiance/Stimuli, (Alternative Museum, New York, 1982)  
  Linda Shearer, Artists Space: Independent Exhibitions Program, (Artists Space, New York, 1982)  
  John Caldwell, "Modernism in Morristown," New York Times (New Jersey edition), August 30, 1981  
  Gail Gelburd, Environmental Art Projects 1981, (Morris Museum, New Jersey, 1981)  
  Janet Heit, "Nene Humphrey: Medieval Landscape," Arts Magazine, June 1981  
  Richard Huntington, Artpark 1980, (Artpark, Lewiston, New York, 1980)  
  Vivienne Thaul Wechter, AREA Sculpture-Ward's Island, (AREA Inc, New York, 1980)  
  Grace Glueck, "Outdoor Sculpture," New York Times, September 11, 1980  
  Sarah McFadden, "Going Places Part II," Art in America, summer 1980  
  Carrie Rickey, Kay Larson, "Stalking the Wild Sculpture," Village Voice, June 25, 1980  
  John Perreault, "Ward's Island," Soho News, June 25, 1980  
  Richard Huntington, "Artpark," Courier Express, Buffalo, New York, July 13, 1980  
Books and Catalogues
  Margaret Matthews-Berenson, Threads of Memory, Catalog Essay, Dorsky Curatorial Projects, NY, 2006  
  Amy; Eshoo ed, A New York Drawing Collection at Work 1991-2006. (Yale University Press 2008) with essays by Derrick Carttwright, James Cuno, Elizabeth Finch; Glenn Lowry, Ann Philin, Jock Renolds, Townsend Wolfe  
  Susan H.Edwards,"Common Touch/Nene Humphrey", Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, N.Y.July, 1999 Common  
  Nancy Princenthal,” The Tree Beyond its Leaves", Catalog Essay,Sandler Hudson Gallery, Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 1996  
  Susan Krane, "Matrix: Nene Humphrey," Winthrop Gallery, Winthrop University, Rockhill, South Carolina, 1992