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SENGA NENGUDI-FITTZ
2158 West 24th Street
Los Angeles, California 90018

Residence Phone: (213) 735-6420

BORN: September 18, 1943
Chicago, Illinois

EDUCATION: California State University - M.A. (Sculpture) 1971
Waseda University , Tokyo, Japan - Studied Facets of Japanese Culture, 1966-67
Califoria State University of Los Angeles - Art Major/Dance Minor B.A. 1966

PUBLIC WORKS
1978 L.A. Freeway Underpass, "Freeway Fets", sponsored by Cal Trans and C.E.T.A.

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
"Sacred Lands" - Art Week, September 4, 1982 (Francine Farr, Critic), Vol. 13, No. 28, p. 4.
"Red, White, and Blue and Black" - L.A. Times, July 20,1982
(William Wilson,Critic), Part VI, p.1.
"New York Reviews"- Art in Ameria, October 1981 (Ellen Lubell,Critic), p. 149.
"A Peripatetic Guide to What's New in Outdoor Sculpture All around the City"- "Art Across the Park"- New York Times, September 12, 1980 (Grace Glueck, Critic), p. C20.
"The Passion of Ana"-Village Voice, September 10-16, 1980 (Carrie Rickey, Crkitic), p. 75.
"Afro-American Abstractions at P.S.I."-Art in America, Summer issue 1980 (Judith Wilson, Critic), p. 157.
"Positively Black"-Soho Weekly News, February 27, 1980 (John Perreault. Critic). p. 49.
GRANT    Creative Artists Public Service Program (CAPS) Grant-Sculpture (New York State Council on the Arts), 1972
SET DESIGN  Sounds in Motion Dance Co., New York, "Dead Center", 1974
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