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7 ... "Reir is to Laugh," for the series "Conversations with Contemporary Artists, the Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY 1993 ... "Notes," for the Whitney Museum at Philip Morris, New York, NY 1986 ... "Nature's Way," a piece by Senga Nengudi performed for the Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara, CA 1985 ... "Solitude," SPARC Gallery, Venice, CA ... "Voices," L.A. City College, and The Women's Building, Los Angeles, CA in 1984 1983 ... "The Spooks Who Sat by the Door," Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA ... "At Home," videotape, Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA 1982 ... "Flying," Barnsdall Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA ... "Still Wind," Just Above Midtown/Downtown Gallery at Stilwende, New York, NY 1980 ... "Games," I.D.E.A., Santa Monica, CA 1979 ... "Lives," and "Vanities," Vanguard Gallery, Los Angeles, CA 1977 ... "Diaries," Vanguard Gallery, Los Angeles, CA ... "Ten Minutes," Studio Z, Los Angeles, CA 1976 ... "High Noon," Arco Center for Visual Art, Los Angeles, CA SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY Sherri Winston, "Passport to Expression", Sun-Sentinel, South Florida, Lifestyle Section, October 7, 2000, page 1, 5D. Gatto, Porter, and Selleck, Exploring Visual Design, The Elements and Principles, 3rd Edition, Davis Publications Inc., Worcester, MA, 2000, page 31. Vincent L. Wimbush, editor, African-Americans and the Bible, Sacred Texts and Social Textures, Continuum, New York, 2000, page 428, colorplate #13. Turner, Elisa, "Images in Transition," The Miami Herald, Sunday, September 17, 2000, pages 5M and 12M. Selby, Holly, "Hide and Seek...," The Baltimore Sun, Sunday, September 17, 2000, page 6F. Karen Hayes, Freedom On Our Minds, An Educational Resource, The Education Department of the California African American Museum, Los Angeles, CA, 1999, Lesson 10, pages 139-151. John Dorsey, "Cutting Up With: Maren Hassinger, Chief of Sculpture at MICA", The Baltimore Sun, Sunday, December 20, 1998, Section F, page 3F. Sharon F. Patton, African-American Art, Oxford University Press, Oxford, New York, 1998, pages 250; 253-4. Sherry Chayat, "Is It Art or Nature?", Syracuse Herald American, July 5, 1998, Stars Section, page 1, 14. Arlene Raven, "New York Story," Sculpture Magazine, January, 1998, page 22. Judith H. Dobrzynski, "Anonymous Gifts, So Women Artists Won't Be," New York Times, Sunday, October 12, 1997, pages 1 and 24. Rhonda Cooper, "Faculty Artists Exhibit New Works at the Staller Center Art Gallery," The Stony Brook Statesman, Monday, September 22, 1997, page 8.
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