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Richard J. Powell, 'Black Art and Culture in the 20th Century. World of Art series. Thames and Hudson, London, p.154

1996
Terry Myers, "NowHere," World Art, No.4 pp. 94-95. Exhibit Review

Black Artists. St. James Press. Thomas Riggs, editor

1993 
Gumbo Yaya: Anthology of Contemporary African-American Women Artists, Midmarch Arts Press, p.188. Description and photo

1994
Judith K. Brodsky, 'Exhibitions, Galleries and Alternative Spaces'. Published in The Power of Feminist Art, Norma Broude and Mary Garrard, editors, Harry N. Abrams, Inc. Discussion of "Dialectics of Isolation: An Exhibition of Third World Women Artists of the United States", A.I.R. Gallery, NYC. 1980

1993
Lorraine O'Grady, "Maren Hassinger, Visual Artist". Artist and Influence. Vol.12, pp.25-26

Adrian Piper, guest editor, "Color," New Observations No.97 September/October. Photo 'Inside/Ouside' 1977 Installation on inside cover

Evelyn D. Taylor, Who's Who Among Blacks in Colorado Springs, Image Productions, publisher, Colorado Springs, Co.

One World Many Voices-Minority Producers and Programs in Public Radio, 4th edition, p.3

1991 Adrian Piper, "Brenson on Quality," Art Papers, Vol. 15. No.6, Nov./Dec.

1990  Ann Hurley, "Spiritual Symthesis, "The San Francisco Bay Guardian, March 21, p. 35.  Review of "Shaping the Spirit

Jeanette Ross, "Out of African Roots,"  Art Week, p. 16.  Review of "Shaping the Spirit"

1989  Patricia Failing, "Black Artists: A Case of Exclusion,"  Artnews, Vol. 88, No.3, p. 128

Michael Brenson, "Uptown, Downtown: Split Show of Black Artists," New York Times, April 7, Living Arts Section.  Review of Installation at the Studio Museum in Harlem, part of 'Art as a Verb: The Evolving Continuum'

1986   Greg Tate, "Cult-Nats Meet Freaky-Deke: The Return of the Black Aesthetic, "Village Voice, Dec., pp 5-6, Literary Supplement. Mentioned together with David Hammons as part of the most provocative Black avant-garde of the 70's and early 80's
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