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"Performance Piece - Nylon Mesh and Maren Hassinger," Woods Gallery, Los Angeles, Ca.

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          Parrallels and Intersections: Art/Women/California 1950-2000. Edited by Diana Fuller. Catalogue

          Marni Green, "Senga Nengudi," Eye Level: A Quarterly Journal of Contemporary Visual Culture, Winter 2002 p.20

2001      Genevieve Breerette, "Sept Plasticiens Afro-Americains Affirment Leur Identite A La CrieeDe Rennes," Le Monde, May 16

          Elisabeth Lebovici, "Black Attitude A Rennes," Liberation, Culture Section, May 19/20

          Olivier Michelon, "My Favorite Things,"Le Journal Des Arts, No. 126, April27-May 10, p.11

          Mark Arnest, "Taking Shape," Gazette Telegraph, Sept. 28, Go Section-front page & p.23

2000      The Artist's Body, Edited by Tracy Warr, Survey by Amelia Jones. Phaidon Press, London 2000 p.26

1999      Out of Action: Between Performance and the Object 1949-1979, Essay by Dr. Leslie King-Hammond and Lowrie Sims (Curator 20th Century Art Metropolitan Museum of Art) Catalogue, Japanese Edition

          Who's Who Among Black Americans, Who's Who Among Black American's, Inc. Northbrook , Illinois

1998      Erika Knerr, Guest Editor, "Fertility," New Observation No.119 Contributed statement and photo essay "Formulating Oz", pp.30-33

          Laura Cottingham, "Not For Sale: Feminism and Art in the USA During the 1970's". Video Essay. Includes-Judy Chicago, Rachel Rosenthal, Faith Ringgold and Howardena Pindell

1997      Donald Odita, "The Unseen, Inside Out: The Life and Art of Senga Nengudi," (abbreviated version). NKA-Journal of Contemporary Art. Number 6/7 pp.24-27

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          Calvin Reid, 'Wet Night, Early Dawn, Scat-Chant, Pilgrim's Song'. Exhibit review. Art in America, February, p.101


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