Senga NENGUDI

Née en 1943 à Chicago, Illinois, USA

 

 

Education

 

 

1971

California State University at Los Angeles, CA (MA)

 

1966-67

Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan (studies in Japanese culture)

 

1966

California State University at Los Angeles, CA (BA)

 

 

Solo Exhibitions

2015                   Senga Nengudi, GOCA 1420, Colorado Springs, CO

2014                   Senga Nengudi, galerie Anne de Villepoix, Paris (janvier-avril 2014)

 

2013

Performances 1976 – 81, Thomas Erben Gallery, New York

2012

Lov U Warehouse Gallery, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY

2007

Warp Trance, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA

 

2005

Asp-Rx, Thomas Erben Gallery, New York

 

2004

Prospect Lake Phototroph Gallery, Colorado Springs, CO (under the pseudonym Propecia Leigh)

 

2003

R.S.V.P. Thomas Erben Gallery, New York

 

2002

Watch! Wooten Studio/Gallery, Colorado Springs, CO

 

2001

Masking It, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, CO

Widefield Wildfield, CO

 

1998

Rapunzel’s View, Gertrude’s Restaurant, Colorado Springs, CO (under the pseudonym Propecia Leigh)

 

1997

Populated Air, Thomas Erben Gallery, New York

 

1996

Wet Night, Early Dawn, Scat-Chant, Pilgrim’s Song, Thomas Erben Gallery, New York

 

1981

Vestige: ‘The Discovery of America by Christopher Columbus’ S.D.

Just Above Midtown Gallery, New York

 

1978

Nylon Mesh Series - Recent Work, Woods Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

 

1977

Recent Work, Woods Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Répondez S’il-vous-plaît, Just Above Midtown Gallery, New York

 

1971

California State University at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

2014                    Senga Nengudi, galerie Anne de Villepoix, Paris ( janvier- avril 2014)

2013

Blues for Smoke, Whitney Museum, New York

2012

Now Dig This - Art & Black Los Angeles 1960-1980, MoMA PS1, New York, NY
Blues for Smoke, MoCA, Los Angeles, CA
Contemporary Galleries: 1980 – Now, MoMA, New York
Alles Neu,
Neuer Kunstverein Aschaffenburg, Aschaffenburg, Germany

2011

Now Dig This - Art & Black Los Angeles 1960-1980, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA

Under the Big Black Sun, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

Los Angeles Goes Live: Los Angeles Performance Art, 1970-1983, LACE galleries (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions)

Places of Validation, Art & Progression, California African American Museum, Los Angeles, CA
Civic Virtue: The Impact of the Municipal Art Gallery and the Watts Towers Art Center, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Dance/Draw, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA and Tang Museum, Saratoga Springs, NY

Women Embodied, Sangre de Cristo Art Center, Pueblo, CO

 

2010

Threads, Eli Klein Gallery, Bejing, China

 

2009

Gallery 32 and Its Circle, Laband Gallery, Loyola-Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA (curator Carolyn Peters)

 

2008

Second Lives: Remixing the Ordinary, Museum of Art & Design, New York (curator Lowery Sims; catalogue)

S & M: Shrines & Masquerades in Cosmopolitan Times, 80 Washington Square East Gallery, New York (curator Lyle Aston Harris)

R.S.V.P. Senga Nengudi (response by Rashawn Griffin), Studio Museum in Harlem, New York

Cinema Remixed & Reloaded: Black Women Artists and the Moving Image Since 1970, Part II, Spellman College, Atlanta, GA; Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX (curator Valerie Cassel-Oliver; catalogue)

 

2007

Role Play: Feminist Art Revisited 1960-1980, Galerie Lelong, New York

WHACK! Art & The Feminist Revolution, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA; Women’s National Museum of Art, Washington, D.C.; P.S.1, New York (curator Connie Butler; catalogue) 

 

2006

L.A. Object & David Hammons Body Prints, Jack Tilton Gallery, New York

Strange Powers, Creative Time, New York

Clothesline: Art, Clothing, Identity, Santa Fe Art Institute, NM

RxArt, RX Art Ball, New York

Double Consciousness: Black Conceptual Art Since 1970, Contemporary Art Museum, Houston, TX (curator Valerie Cassel Oliver; catalogue)

Ephemeral Threads, Noyes Museum of Art, NJ (curator A.M. Weaver)

 

2004

54th Carnegie International 2004-5, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA (curator Laura Hoptman; catalogue)

Non Toccare La Donna Bianca, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Torino, Italy (curator Francesco Bonami; catalogue)

 

 

2002

Parallels and Intersections: Art/Women/California 1950-2000, San Jose Museum of Art, CA (curator Diana Fuller; catalogue)

 

2001

Love Supreme, La Criee Centre D’Art Contemporain, Rennes, France (curator Elvan Zabunyan)

 

2000

Sixteen Pieces: The Influence of Yoruba on Contemporary Artists, The Brickhouse, London, United Kingdom

1998

Out of Action: Between Performance and the Object, 1949-1979, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA (curator Paul Schimmel; catalogue)

Photography Show, Gallery of Contemporary Art, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, CO

 

1997

Resonances, Galerie Art’O, Paris, France (curator Elvan Zabunyan; catalogue)

Interior Life, Rush Art Gallery, New York

 

1996

Gallery Artists, Thomas Erben Gallery, New York.

Incandescent, part of Now-Here Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek, Denmark (curator Laura Cottingham; catalogue)

 

1995

Art Multiple, Art Fair, Dusseldorf, Germany (with Thomas Erben Gallery)

Notation on Africanism, Archibald Arts, New York

Homecoming, 25th Anniversary Exhibition, Watts Towers Art Center, Watts, CA

Sapphire Show, Gallery 32, Los Angeles, CA (curator Suzanne Jackson)

Three Artists, Gallery Central 1015, Los Angeles, CA

 

1993

Artists Space-25th Anniversary Show, Artists Space, New York (nominator Lorraine O’Grady)

Color, Printed Matter Bookstore at DIA, New York (curator Adrian Piper; in conjunction with publication of New Observation #97)

 

1990

Shaping the Spirit: The African-American Art of Charles Abramson, Senga Nengudi, and James Phillips, Capp Street Project/AVT, Experimental Projects Gallery, San Francisco, CA (curator Stacey Moss)

 

1988-89

Art As A Verb: The Evolving Continuum, Studio Museum in Harlem, New York; Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD (curators Lowery S. Sims and Dr. Leslie King-Hammond; catalogue)

 

1985

Carnival-Ritual of Reversal, Kenkeleba Gallery, New York

 

1982-84

Afro-American Abstractions, Traveling exhibition, United States (curator April Kingsley; catalogue)

 

1980

Remy Presents: Project Grand Central, Grand Central Station, New York (curator Allan Schwartzman; brochure)

Dialectics of Isolation: An Exhibition of Third World Women Artists of the United

 

 

 

 

States, A.I.R. Gallery, New York (curators Kazuko, Ana Mendieta and Zarina; catalogue)

Art Across the Park, Central Park, New York (curators Horace Brockington and Gylbert Coker; conception David Hammons)

Afro-American Art in the 20th Century: Three Episodes, Bronx Museum of the

 

Arts, New York, in collaboration with the Jamaica Arts Center (curators Linda

Goode-Bryant, Dr. Leslie King-Hammond and Lowery Sims)

Afro-American Abstractions, P.S.1, New York

 

1979

Remains, Emile Lowe Gallery, Hofstra University, New York

 

1978

Freeway Fets, L.A. Freeway Underpass, Los Angeles, CA (public art)

The Process as Art in Situ, Just Above Midtown Gallery, New York

Secrets and Revelations: African-American Women Artists, Woods Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Black History Week Exhibit, San Bernardino College Art Gallery, CA

 

1976

Studio Z: Individual Collective, Long Beach Museum of Art, CA

The Concept as Art, Just Above Midtown Gallery, New York (catalogue)

California Black Artists, Studio Museum in Harlem, New York

The Whitney Counterweight, James Yu Gallery, New York

Space/Matter, Women’s Interart Center, New York

 

1971

Newcomers 1976, Barnsdall Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Park, Los Angeles, CA (curator Josine Ianco)

Group Show, Cinque Art Gallery, New York

 

1970

Eight Afro-Americans, Musée Rath, Geneva, Switzerland (curator Henri Ghent; catalogue)

 

 

Performances

 

 

2012

re.act.feminism, Galerija Miroslav Kraljevi?, Zagreb, Croatia and Museet for Samtidskunst, Roskilde, Denmark

Walk Tall (In collaboration with Maren Hassinger and Ulysses Jenkins) Billy Wilder Theatre, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA

 

2011

Video Studio Playback, Studio Museum in Harlem, New York (video by Dance Card)

Clifford Owens-Anthology, Museum of Modern Art, New York (scores by Truth and Sweep)

 

2010

Remembering Parker, This Long Century, Online Art Magazine

 

2006

Side by Side, Nomadic Nights Series, Fondation Cartier pour l’Art

Contemporain, Paris, France (in collaboration with Maren Hassinger)

 

2002-present

Mountain Moving, Day-Ritual Women’s History Month

 

 

 

 

1999-present

 

 

 

Walk a mile in my shoes, (in collaboration with Maren Hassinger)

 

1998

Developed persona of “Propecia Leigh” for photography work

 

1995

Lecture/Performance, The Banff Centre for the Arts, Banff, Canada

Making a Scene of Ourselves – The Black Arts: Nappy Ruminations on Life in America, Lecture/Performance, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs

 

1993

Air Propo, Just Above Midtown Gallery, New York (in collaboration with Cheryl

 

Banks and Butch Morris)

 

 

1988

 

Singing the Circle: Four Women Creating Themselves (radio performance, sponsored by Colorado College, Colorado Springs)

Mouth to Mouth - Conversations on Being: Double Think Bulemia (radio performance)

1986

Mouth to Mouth - Conversations on Being: A Series From A to Z

(radio performance)

 

1984

Four, Cotton Exchange, Los Angeles, CA (in collaboration with Chrono, Maren Hassinger and Ulysses Jenkins)

 

1982-84

Chance Unfrozen, Other Visions Studio, Los Angeles, CA (with Cheryl Banks and Roberto Miranda)

 

1982

Blind Dates, White Dog, New York (presented by Just Above Midtown Gallery; in collaboration with Blondell Cummings and Yasuno Tone)

Flying, Barnsdall Park, Los Angeles, CA (in conjunction with the opening of Afro-American Abstractions; in collaboration with Maren Hassinger, Ulysses Jenkins and Franklin Parker)

Men, Watts Towers Art Center, Watts, CA

1981

Nature’s Way, Contemporary Art Forum, Santa Barbara, CA (choreographed piece performed by Maren Hassinger, Ulysses Jenkins and Franklin Parker)

 

 

 

1980

C.C. Rider, Central Park, New York (in collaboration with Charles Abramson)

Alive Performance, California State University at Los Angeles, CA (in collaboration with Maren Hassinger and Franklin Parker)

Bird, Jewish Home for the Aged, Reseda, CA

Get Up, Paper Mill, Los Angeles, CA (in collaboration with Houston Conwill, Maren Hassinger and Franklin Parker)

 

1977

Ceremony for Freeway Fets, L.A. Freeway Underpass, Los Angeles,

CA (presented by Brockman Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; in collaboration with David Hammons and Maren Hassinger)

1972

Costume Study for Mesh Mirage, Studio Performance, Los Angeles, CA
Répondez S’il-vous-plaît, Just Above Midtown Gallery, New York

Performance Piece – Nylon Mesh and Maren Hassinger, Woods

Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

 

 

 

 

Selected Bibliography

 

2012

Gaines, Malik “City after Fifty Years’ Living: L.A.’s Differences in Relation” art journal, vol. 71, no. 1, Spring 2012. pg. 88-105

2011

 

Als, Hilton “My Year in Culture”, The New Yorker, 2011 Year in Review

Jones, Kellie “Now Dig This – Art and Black Los Angeles 1960-1980” Hammer Museum, University of California, Los Angeles. Delmonico Books-Prestel

“L.A. Object & David Hammons Body Prints” Editors Connie Rogers Tilton & Lindsay Charlwood, Tilton Gallery

“Under the Big Black Sun: California Art 1974-1981” Co-edited by Lisa Gabrielle & Paul Schimmel, Delmonico Books

Molesworth, Helen “Dance/Draw” Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, Hatje Cantz

 

2010

 

 

Kienholz, Lyn “L.A. Rising, SoCal Artists Before 1980” California / International Arts Foundation, 516 pp.

 

2009

Pagel, David “Gallery 32 and Its Circle at Laband Gallery” Los Angeles Times - Arts Mar. 13, 2009

 

2008

Purnell, Molly “Senga Nengudi: Warp Trance, The Fabric Workshop & Museum-Exhibition Review” Textile: The Journal of Cloth & Culture, Volume 61 Issue 2, pp.188-190

Cotter, Holland “A Multicultural Swirl of Africa, The Americas & Even Outer Space” New York Times – Art & Design Dec. 2, 2008

Tynes, Teri “Contemporary African Art in Two New York University Galleries” Walking Off - The Big Apple Guide to New York City Nov. 2, 2008

Barnwell Brownlee, Andrea & Cassel Oliver, Valerie “Cinema Remixed & Reloaded: Black Women Artists & The Moving Image Since1970” Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, TX, pp.16-17, 122 (catalogue essay)

“Second Lives: Remixing The Ordinary” Museum of Arts & Design New York, pp.156-159 (catalogue essay)

“Evolve Happy Post-Wack! Art & The Feminist Revolution” http://evolvehappy.blogspot.com

Chattopadhyay, Collette “Wack! Art & the Feminist Revolution” Sculpture Magazine - L.A. Reviews Jan./Feb. 2008, p. 71

Camhi, Leslie “PS 1 Hosts’ Wack! – Real Women Have Oeuvres” Village Voice Feb. 26, 2008

 

2007

Lovelace, Carey “Girls, Girls, Girls” Art in America June/July 2007, p.88, p.91

Princenthal, Nancy “Feminism Unbound” Art in America June/July 2007, p.148, 151

Fallon, Roberta & Rosof, Libby “PAFA Hits Three Homers” http://fallonandrosof.blogspot.com July 19, 2007

Jones, Amelia “Practicing Space” The Artist as…Theory Series Volume 02, Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien, p.86, p.89

Mark,Lisa Gabrielle “WACK! Art & the Feminist Revolution” MIT Press p.51, p.272 (catalogue essay)

 

 

 

Cotter, Holland “The Art of Feminism as It First Took Shape” New York Times Mar. 9, 2007

 

2006

Smith, Roberta “Art in Review; Strange Powers” New York Times, Sep. 8, 2006

 

Velasco, David “Strange Magic” Artforum July 23, 2006

Kerry, Merril “Laura Hoptman” Contemporary 21 Magazine - Curators Issue, p.77

 

2005

Volk, Gregory “Let’s Go Metaphysical” Art in America Mar. 2005, p.64

Olson, Kristina “Pittsburgh Review - Carnegie International” Art Papers Mar./Apr. 2005, p.49

 

2004

Zabunyan, Elvan “Black is a Color: Une Histoire de l’Art Africain-Americain Contemporain” Editions Dis Voir 2004, Paris, France, pp.54-58 & 185-188

Golden, Thelma “Best Of 2004” Artforum Dec. 2004, pp.166-167

Bonami, Francesco “Senga Nengudi’s Coherence” Carnet Arte June/July 2004, pp.8-9

Cash, Stephanie “Senga Nengudi at Thomas Erben” Art in America Mar. 2004, p.123

 

2003

Dailey, Meghan “Senga Nengudi - Thomas Erben Gallery” Artforum

Nov. 2003, pp.191-192

Levin, Kim “Stretch marks: Rediscovering ‘legendary’ Senga Nengudi” Village Voice Oct. 15-21, 2003, p.94

2002

Hammons, David “Mood Swing” Artforum Summer 2002, p.156

Fuller, Diana, ed. “Parallels and Intersections: Art/Women/California 1950-2000” (catalogue)

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

 

2001

Breerette, Genevieve “Sept Plasticiens Afro-Americains Affirment Leur    Identite a La Criee de Rennes” Le Monde May 16, 2001

Lebovici, Elisabeth “Black Attitude a Rennes” Liberation - Culture Section May 19-20, 2001

Michelon, Olivier “My Favorite Things” Le Journal Des Arts No. 126, Apr. 27-May 10, 2001, p.11

Arnest, Mark “Taking Shape” Gazette Telegraph - Go Section Sep. 28, p.1&23

 

2000

Warr,Tracey, ed. “The Artist’s Body” survey by Amelia Jones, Phaidon Press London 2000, p.26

 

1999

King-Hammond, Dr. Leslie and Sims, Lowery“Out of Action: Between Performance and the Object 1949-1979” (catalogue essay)

“Who’s Who Among Black Americans” Who’s Who Among Black American’s, Inc. Northbrook, IL

 

1998

Knerr, Erika, ed. “Fertility” New Observation No.119 (statement and photo essay “Formulating Oz”) pp.30-33

Cottingham, Laura “Not For Sale: Feminism and Art in the USA During the 1970’s” (video essay)

 

1996

“8 Artistes Afro-Américains” Musée Rath Geneva, Switzerland (catalogue)

 

 

“Notes to the Young Black Artist” Art International Vol.XV/6,

Summer Edition, p.35

 

1995

Odita, Donald “The Unseen, Inside Out: The Life and Art of Senga Nengudi” NKA-Journal of Contemporary Art No.6/7, pp.24-27 (abbreviated version)

 

Odita, Donald “Senga Nengudi” Flash Art Vol. XXX Summer Issue, p.123

Reid, Calvin “Wet Night, Early Dawn, Scat-Chant, Pilgrim’s Song”

Art in America Feb. p.101

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

“Gumbo YaYa: Anthology of Contemporary African-American Women Artists” Midmarch Arts Press p.188

 

1994

Farr, Francine “Sacred Lands” Art Week Vol.13, No.28, Sep. 4

Wilson, William “Red, White and Blue and Black” Los Angeles Times

July 20, Part IV, p.1

Berger, David “African Artists Spotlighted in Bellevue Show” Journal-

American

 

1993

Brodsky, Judith K. “Exhibitions, Galleries and Alternative Spaces” The Power of Feminist Art, Norma Broude and Mary Garrard, editors, Harry N. Abrams

 

1991

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

 

1989

Myers, Terry “NowHere” World Art, No.4, pp.94-95

Black Artists St. James Press, Thomas Riggs, editor

 

1988

Hurley, Anne “Spiritual Synthesis” The San Francisco Bay Guardian

Mar. 21, p.35

Ross, Jeanette “Out of African Roots” Art Week, p.16

 

1987

Failing, Patricia “Black Artists: A Case of Exclusion” Artnews, Vol.88,

No.3, p.128

Brenson, Michael “Uptown, Downtown: Split Show of Black Artists”

New York Times, Apr. 7, Living Arts Section

1986

O’Grady, Lorraine “Maren Hassinger, Visual Artist” Artist and Influence Vol.12, pp.25-26

Piper, Adrian, guest editor, “Color” New Observations No.97 Sep./Oct.

Taylor, Evelyn D. “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

Matney, William C. editor-in-chief “Who’s Who Among Black Americans” Who’s Who Among Black Americans, Northbrook, IL

Perreault, John “The Whitney Counterweight – Stretching It” Soho Weekly News Vol.4/25, Mar. pp.22-27

Andrews, Benny “A Jam Session on Madison Avenue” Encore American & Worldwide News Vol.6/6, Mar. 21, p.34

Hazlitt, Gordon “Los Angeles Reviews” Artnews Jan. p.90

 

1981

Tate, Greg “Cult-Nats Meet Freaky-Deke: The Return of the Black

Aesthetic” Village Voice Dec. pp 5-6

 

 

Glueck, Grace “A Peripatetic Guide to What’s New in Outdoor Sculpture All Around the City – Art Across the Park” New York Times Sep. 12, p.C20

Rickey, Carrie “The Passion of Ana” Village Voice, Sep. 10-16, p.75

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

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

Black Enterprise, Dec.

 

1978

McCullough, Barbara Shopping Bag Spirits, Los Angeles, CA (video)

 

Goode-Bryant, Linda and Phillips, Marcy S. editors “Contextures” Just

Above Midtown p.43-55

Kingsley, April “Black Artists: Up Against the Wall” Village Voice, Sep. 11, 1978

 

1977

Lubell, Ellen “New York Reviews” Art in America Oct. p.149

 

1973

Dickason Cederholm, Theresa, editor “African-American Artists” Boston Public Library pp.139-140

“Photographers, Painters, Sculptors, Printmakers 1970-1972” Gallery Association of New York State p.58

 

 

Awards & Honors

 

2010

Women’s Caucus for the Arts Lifetime Achievement Award

 

2009

Black Women, But Are They Feminist? College Art Association, Los Angeles, CA (panelist)

 

2008

Modern Art in L.A.: African-American Avant-Garde, 1965-1990 Getty Center, Los Angeles, CA (panelist)

Fabric Workshop and Museum (Artist in Residence)

Anonymous Was A WomanAward

Louis Comfort Tiffany FoundationAward

Penny McCall Foundation OrdwayPrize (finalist)

Acadia Summer Arts Program (Kippy’s Kamp), Acadia, ME (Invitational Artist Residency)

 

2002

www.mountainmovingday.org Website of the Week, chosen by Artwomen.org

 

2001

The Black Aesthetic: 1960-2001 University of California at Riverside (panelist)

The State of Feminism in Visual Culture Colorado University at Colorado Springs (guest speaker)

 

2000

Maryland Institute – College of Art (visiting artist)

1996

Whisper! Stomp! Shout! A Salute to African American Performance

Art Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, CO (guest curator)

 

1994

Distinguished Service Award, Board of Regents-University of Colorado

 

1991

Performing Arts for Youth Organization (Co-President)

 

 

 

 

1990

 

 

 

University of Illinois at Chicago – School of Art (visiting artist)

Maryland Institute – College of Art (visiting artist)

 

1968

1+1=3 Gallery 1199, New York (group exhibition, co-curator)

 

1965

Dead Center Sounds in Motion Dance Co. New York (set design)

Creative Artists Public Service Program (CAPS) Grant- Sculpture (New

York State Council on the Arts)

Orchesis Dance Scholarship

 

Professional Organizations

 

2006-Present

Kennedy Center Imagination Celebration (Board Member)

2005-Present

College Art Association

2003

Toni Morrison Society

1999

Selection Committee for Director of Ethnic Studies Dept

1998-2002

Tutmose Academy (Board Member)

1996

Colorado Council on the Arts (Grants Review Selection Committee)

1993

Colorado Council on the Arts (Grants Review Selection Committee)

1992-1995

Sankofa African Dance & Cultural Organization (Founding Member)

Performing Arts for Youth Organization (Board Member)

Performance Art The Women’s Building, Los Angeles, CA (Curatorial Committee)

 

Museum Collections

 

 

 

Museum of Modern Art, NY

The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA
The Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA

 

Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA

 

Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, NY

Brooklyn Museum, NY

 

 

Selected Private Collections

 

 

Burt Aaron, Detroit, MI
Linda Goode-Bryant, New York, NY
Houston and Kinshasha Conwill, New York, NY
Thomas Erben, Thomas Erben Gallery, New York, NY
David Hammons, New York, NY
AC and Thelma Hudgins, New York, NY
Dr. Leslie King-Hammond, Baltimore, MD
Kerry James Marshall, Chicago, IL
Eileen Norton, Santa Monica, CA
Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Torino, Italy
Craig Robins, Miami, FL