• Beck, Caludia. Through The Looking Glass, Vancouver: Art and Artists 1931-1983 [catalogue]. Vancouver: Vancouver Art Gallery. 1983.

• Clark, Douglas. Group of Six Sextet. Canadian Art. Winter 1985, page 13.

• Cousineau-Levine, Penny. Faking Death: Canadian Art Photography and the Canadian Imagination. Montreal & Kingston: McGill - Queen’s University Press. 2003.

• Everett-Green. Pacific to Atlantic: Canada's Gigantic, photographs by Henri Robideau, TPW, 80 Spadina, till April 11. The Globe and Mail, Entertainment, review of . March 5, 1987.

• Fromer, Lorne. Henri Robideau: Giant Hunter Sees All. Views, Vol.4 No.1, March 1987. Page 4.

• Gaudreault, Léonce. Le Canada en grand format tel que perçu par Henri Robideau. Le Soleil, Québec. 15 mai 1987.

Exhibition Catalogues

Published in conjunction with the grunt gallery exhibition Eraser Street, this book / catalogue features all of the photographs in the exhibition along with an essay, Henri Robideau: The Photography of Dispossession, by Simon Fraser University English professor Clint Burnham.  An introduction by curator Glenn Alteen and an anecdotal recollection, My Story Behind the Stories by Henri Robideau, round out the written portion this 72 page dialogue on the past, present and future of Vancouver's housing challenges.

Presentation House Gallery.Facing History ~ Portraits from Vancouver. Large 50 artist show held September 8 to October 28, 2001, at Presentation House Gallery, North Vancouver. Catalogue 2002. Texts by Robin Blaser, Colin Browne, Wayde Compton, Tom Cone, Nicloe Gingras, Bruce Grenville, Karen Henry, Robert Hunter, Brian Jungen, Russell Keziere, Laiwan, Karen Love, Liz Magor, Roy Miki, Sarah Milroy, John O'Brian, Helga Pakasaar, Richard Rhodes, Mariana Roy, Carol Sawyer, Bob Sherrin, Michael Turner, Betsy Warland, and Rita Wong. Paperback, 8.25 inches x 11 inches, 160 pages. ISBN 1-55152-127-x. Arsenal Pulp Press $29.95.

Kelowna Art Gallery. Valley 2000. Kelowna: Millennium Project exhibited at Kelowna Art Gallery and Alternator Gallery from January 27 to March 24, 2001. Featuring examples of exhibitied works and essays by Jeannette Armstrong, Robert Mackenzie and Duane Thomson.

• Mitchell, Michael. Gallery in Transit. Photocommunique 6:2. June 1984.

• Pakassar, Helga. A Gianthropologist’s Panoramic Views. Northwest Photography 5:11. January 1983.

• Paterson, Jody. 'Gianthropologist' in Kamloops for his photo show opening. Kamloops Sentinel. March 29, 1985.

The Urbanarium Development Society. Urbanarium Lost/Unbuilt Vancouver. October 2 to 17, 1987. Exhibition held at the old Motor Vehicle Testing Station, 1740 West Georgia, Vancouver. Tabloid newsprint catalogue of artists, architects, participants, organizers and sponsors.

•Peck, Aaron. C.1983 Part II. Artforum May 2012: Critic's Picks.

• Shinhat, Molly. Henri Robideau’s BIG ideas. Concordia Link. October 16, 1984.

• Talve, Merike. Henri Robideau, Coburg Gallery. Vanguard, 12:2. March 1983.

• Testa, Bart. Traveler’s Cheques and the Rhertoric of Portability. Photocommunique 8:2. June 1986.

• Wood, Daniel. Henri Robideau: On the Road with Canada’s Foremost Gianthropologist. Canadian Art, 2:3. September 1985.

Vancouver Art Gallery catalogue for Vancouver: Art And Artists 1931 - 1983. Inaugural exhibition at the new West Georgia Street Courthouse location, from October 15 to December 31, 1983. Soft cover, 8.5W inches x 9.5H inches, 440 pages, sewn binding. ISBN 0-920095-00-3.


• Gabereau, Vicki. Interview with Henri Robideau. CBC national radio, Gabereau Show. May 20, 1986.

• Pollack, Jill. Henri Robideau at Presentation House. CHQM radio, Vancouver. Copy read June 4, 1986, 10:45 AM arts review spot.

NFB Still Photography Division / ONF Service de la photographie. Words And Images / Mots Et Images. Ottawa: National Film Board of Canada / Production de l'Office national du film Canada. 1980. Exhibition catalogue for Words And Images / Mots Et Images at The Photography Gallery, Ottawa, June 27 to September 1, 1980, curated by Martha Hanna. Soft cover, 10 inches x 13 inches, 28 pages, saddle stapled. Introduction by Marth Hanna. 23 four-colour and 7 duotone reproductions of work by ten artists: Raymonde April, Barbara Astman, Carole Condé / Karl Beveridge, Don Corman, General Idea, Lawrie Raskin, Henri Robideau, Michael Semak, Dr. Peter T. Smylski.  Artist's biographies. List of exhibited works.

 ISBN 0-88934-008-0. Price at time of release $9.00. Out of print.