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Francine Farr, "Sacred Lands," Art Week, Vol.13, No.28, September 4, Discussion and photo of performance

William Wilson, "Red, White and Blue and Black,", Los Angeles Times, July 20, Part IV, p.1. Review of "Nukey, Nukey", part of 'Afro-American Abstraction'
David Berger, "African Artists Spotlighted in Bellevue Show," Journal-American

Ellen Lubell, "New York Reviews," Art in America, Oct., p.149 Discussion of show at Just Above Midtown

Grace Glueck, "A Peripatetic Guide to What's New in Outdoor Sculpture All Around the City - Art Across the Park," New York Times, Sept. 12, p.C20

Carrie Rickey, "The Passion of Ana,"  Village Voice, Sept. 10-16, p.75  Discussion of 'Nukey, Nukey'

Judith Wilson, "Afro-American  Abstractions at P.S.1," Art in America, Summer Issue, p.157

John Perreault, "Positively Black," Soho 
Weekly News, Feb. 27, p.49

Black Enterprise, Dec. Discussion and photo of 'Ritual Chant'

Barbara McCullough, Shopping Bag Spirits, Los Angeles, Ca. Video

Linda Goode-Bryant and Marcy S. Phillips, editors, Contextures, Just Above Midtown, Inc., NYC. Pp.43-55. Discussion of work from the late 60's through 1978. Cover photo of "Costume Study for Mesh Mirage". Fall, 1977 plus reproduction of nine works from the "RSVP" series. April Kingsley in her article "Black Artists: Up Against the Wall", Village Voice, Sept. 11, 1978, notes about 'Contextures' "(the editors) have rewritten the History of post-war American art to place black artists... within a mainstream context. They invented the term contextures to name the often funky, deeply personal, neo-primitivizing styles that are typified  by Saar, Ringgold and Nengudi, as well  as...David Hammons, Houston Conwill, Randy Williams..."

April Kinglsey, "Black Artists:Up Against the Wall," Village Voice, Sept. 11

William C. Matney, editor-in-chief, Who's Who Among Black Americans, Who's Who Among Black Americans, Inc., Northbrook, Il

John Perreault, "The Whitney Counterweight - Stretching It," Soho Weekly News, Vol.4/25, March, pp.22-27. Reviews of shows at Yu and Just Above Midtown Galleries, Photo with 'RSVP No.10'


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