Articles and Publications

Newsday, NY ....................................................................May 20, 1988
"Drawings, Refined to Raffish"
By Karin Lipson
Review of "Drawing: The Graphic Voice"
At the Wunsch Arts Center, Glen Cove, NY
Curated by Greg Tsontakis-Mally

The Virginian - Pilot and the Ledger - Star....................December 4, 1988
Norfolk, VA
Review of the National Drawing Association
Membership Exhibition at the Hermitage Foundation Museum
By Robert Trotter

"Another loosely handled drawing is a nude by Greg Tsontakis-Mally, who developed his style through sensuous line tinged with light washes."

NY Times, NY........................................................................September 11, 1989
"A Fine Line: the Art of Drawing"
Review of Temperance Hall Gallery, Bellport, NY
By Helen Harrison

"Mr.Tsontakis-Mally's interpretation of the female form is toned with delicate washes of transparent color, recalls Rodin's drawings of dancers. The innate grace of the human body in motion and at rest is, in fact, a timeless subject, and the artist is not at all ashamed to ally himself with that tradition."

Newsday, NY.............................................................................December 22, 1989
First Open Juried Art Exhibition at Chelsea Mansion,
Nassau County Fine Art Center, Muttontown, NY
By Karin Lipson

"Greg Tsontakis-Mally's drawing "Reclining Lady" is a lot less coy than its title. With pencil and watercolor, the artist has created a curvaceous nude, her full hips and thighs dominating the upper half of the paper while her head and hand hug the bottom. The lines are both sinuous and economical. Here is an artist who understands that less is often more."

NY Times, NY...........................................................................October 8, 1990
Review of Sonorous Color" at the Firehouse Gallery
at Nassau Community College, Garden City, NY
By Helen Harrison

"As the show's title indicates, there are affinities between sound and color that provide rich metaphors for interpretation. The 10 artists chosen by Gregory Tsontakis-Mally, the guest curator, try to give color the visual equivalent of sonic resonance. Some use tones that are lilting, loud and upbeat, while others prefer slow tempos, bass notes and minor keys."

Three Village Times, NY...........................................................January 3, 1991
"Man of the year in Art Education:
Greg Mally: passing on what he knows about art"
By Jacqueline Deasy

The Spiritually of Work: Artists
By John Dylong
ACTA Publications
Chicago, IL 1993

Dan's Papers............................................................................May 19, 2006
Bridgehampton, NY
Cover painting and feature article
By Marion Wolberg Weiss