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  4. Marmarides, George (August 14, 197-). "Nikos Sofialakis (torn copy)" (in Greek). Acropolis (Athens, Greece).
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  6. Marmarides, G (August 1973). "Νίκος Σοφιαλάκης, Μια Καθαρή Αναπνοή στην Τέχνη [Nikos Sofialakis, A Clean Breath in Art]" (in Greek). Ergatiki Epitheorisis (Athens, Greece: Ergatiki Epitheorisis): 31–34.
  7. "Moder med sitt barn [Mother and Child]" (in Swedish). Grekisk Konst Illustrationer (Stockholm, Sweden: Kungliga Akademien For de Fria Konsterna [Royal Academy of Fine Arts]): 14. April - May 1947.
  8. "A New Artist" (in Greek). Ta Nea (Athens, Greece). November 26, 1948.
  9. Stavrinos, Stavros (November 22, 1948). "La Plus Importante Revue d'Orient" (in French). La Semaine Egyptienne (Cairo, Egypt): pp. no.27–28.
  10.  "The Cairo International Exhibition of 1947" (in Greek). To Vima (Athens, Greece). November 25, 1947.
  11.  "Les Deux Petits Freres, Par Nicos Sofialakis" (in French). La Voix de l'Orient (Cairo, Egypt). September 25, 1952.
  12.  "Greek Sculptor at the Macy's Exhibition" (in Greek). The National Herald (United States). Wednesday, September 20, 1967.
  13.  "Invitation to Nikos Sofialakis, Sculptor, by the Mayor of Herakleion" (in Greek). Herakleion, Crete. July 6, 1949.
  14. Platonidis, Pindaros (June 1952). "Yunanistan Dorduncu Devlet Resim Ve Heykel Sergisi". Guzel Sanatlar Dergisi (Turkish Journal of Fine Arts) - (3): -.
  15.  "The Maternity" (in Greek). Eleftheria (Athens, Greece). April 12, 1952.
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  17. (in Greek)Athinaiki (Athens, Greece). May 31, 1952.
  18. "Nikos Sofialakis" (in Greek). Driros (Athens, Greece). September 21, 1958.
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  21. (in Greek)Athinaiki (Athens,Greece). October 21, 1954.
  22. "Cretan Artists" (in Greek). Driros (Greece). September 21, 1958.
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  24. Lidorikis, Alekos (January 13, 1967). "In the World of Nikos Sofialakis" (in Greek). Eikones (Athens, Greece).
  25. "Greek Sculptor at the Macy's Exhibition". The National Herald. Wednesday, September 20, 1967.
  26. Marmarides, G (August 1973). "Νίκος Σοφιαλάκης, Μια Καθαρή Αναπνοή στην Τέχνη [Nikos Sofialakis, A Clean Breath in Art]" (in Greek). Ergatiki Epitheorisis (Athens, Greece: Ergatiki Epitheorisis): 31–34.
  27. "Έπέστρεψε απο την Αμερική ο Νίκος Σοφιαλάκης Ύστερα απο Λαμπρή Προβολή του στο Νέο Κόσμο [Nikos Sofialakis Returns from America After a Brilliant Presentation in the New World]" (in Greek). Xenia (Athens, Greece) 130: pp. 29–30. May 1968.
  28. "Contemporary Exhibit with Ancient Motifs". -. 1967.
  29. Ortentzatou, Anna (June 1968). "Nikos Sofialakis". The Cycle (Journal of the Bank of Greece) - (-): 86.
  30. Andrews, Rena (November 8, 1970). "The Fine Arts". Denver Roundup.
  31. "The Sculptures of Sofialakis in the United States". Eleftheros Kosmos. December 2, 1970.
  32. "A Salute to Colorado". Rocky Mountain News: p. 30. October 27, 1970.
  33. Paraskevaidis, Miltos (June 5, 1969). "The National Cretan Resistance in the Sculpted Reliefs of Sofialakis" (in Greek). Eleftheros Kosmos (Athens, Greece): p. 9.
  34. Lidorikis, Alekos (1969). "The Heroic Cretan Resistance at the Hayati Exhibition of Nikos Sofialakis". Apogevmatini.
  35. "Griechische Kunstler zu Gast" (in German). Blankeneser Fenster (Hamburg, Germany). October 2, 1975.
  36. "Portrats Griechischer Kunstler [Portrait of Greek Artists]" (in German). Wiener Urania Exhibition Guide (Vienna, Austria: Wiener Urania) (IX): 7. May–June 1981.
  37. "Griechische Kunstler in der Urania [Greek Artists at the Urania]" (in German). Wiener Urania Events Releases (Vienna, Austria: Wiener Urania) (1): 6–7. September, 1981.
  38. Tomadakis, Nicholaos (June 6, 1952). "The Maternity, A Work by Nikos Sofialakis" (in Greek). Acropolis (Athens, Greece).
  39. "From the Pan-Hellenic Artists Exhibition at the Zappeion" (in Greek). Athinaiki (Athens, Greece). October 25, 1960.
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  41. "An Athenian Beauty". The Athens Daily Post (Athens, Greece). April 10, 1975. "A marble statue by well known Greek artist, Nikos Sofialakis, which is currently displayed at the Zappeion Building a part of the 1975 Greek Artistic Exhibition."
  42. Kallonas, D. (June 11, 1956). "Editorial". Vradyni.
  43. Konstantopoulos, M.H. (December 17, 1947). "The Greek Artist Who Loved the Child" (in Greek). Vima Rethymnis (Crete, Greece).
  44. "Letter of Purchase for 'Odysseus' from the University of Athens". June 11, 1962.
  45. "The Zevgas Carol" (in Greek). Touristiki Kriti (Crete, Greece): 17. January 1962.
  46. Stavroulakis, Andreas (February 13, 1971). "The Sculptor Nikos Sofialakis, An Honor for Rethymnon" (in Greek). Kritiki Epitheorisis (Crete, Greece).
  47. Kountourides, Vasos. "Nikos Sofialakis, the Artist with the Classical Mentality" (in Greek). Kritiki Epitheorisis (Crete, Greece).
  48. "Nikos Sofialakis and his Work" (in Greek). Panellinios Kyrix (Athens, Greece). November, 1971.
  49. "The Neoclassicism of N. Sofialakis" (in Greek). Eleftheros Kosmos (Athens, Greece). October 21, 1971.

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