Kara Walker Catalogue
Kara Walker
Selected Catalogues
Gumpert, Lynne.  La Belle et la Bete: Un Choix De Jeunes Artistes Americains.  Musee d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris. Paris, France. 1995.
Hannaham, James.  The Shadow Knows: A Hysterical Tragedy Of One Young Negress And Her Art.  Institute of Contemporary Art. Boston, Massachusetts. 1996.
Alberro, Alexander and Gary Garrels.  Kara Walker, Upon My Many Masters - An Outline.  San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. San Francisco, California. 1997.
Flood, Richard; Douglas Fogle and Deepali Dewan.  No Place (Like Home).  Walker Art Center. Minneapolis, Minnesota. 1997.
Avgikos, Jan and Janet Biggs.  The Gaze.  Momenta Art. Brooklyn, New York. 1997.
Kucera, Greg and Halima Taha.  Civil Progress: Life In Black America.  Greg Kucera Gallery. Seattle, Washington. 1997.
Neri, Louise and Lisa Phillips.  1997 Biennial.  Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. 1997.
Walker, Kara, design and text.  Kara Walker.  The Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago. Chicago, Illinois. 1997.
Feldman, Melissa E. and Ingrid Schaffner.  Secret Victorians, Contemporary Artists and a 19th-Century Vision.  Hayward Gallery. London, United Kingdom. 1998.
Tunnicliffe, Wayne.  Strange Days.  The Art Gallery of New South Wales. Sydney, Australia. 1998.
Bloemink, Barbara J. and Lisa Gail Collins,  Re/Righting History; Counternarratives by Contemporary African-American Artists.  Katonah Museum of Art. Katonah, New York. 1999.
Isaak, Jo Anna, ed; Christina Elizabeth Sharpe.  Looking Forward, Looking Black.  ('Kara Walker and Michael Ray Charles'). Hobart and William Smith Colleges Press. Geneva, New York. 1999.
Grynsztejn, Madeleine.  Carnegie International 1999/2000.  Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 1999-2000.
Boris, Staci.  Drawing on the Figure: Works on Paper of the 1990s from the Manilow Collection.  Museum of Contemporary Art. Chicago, Illinois. 2000.
Fleming, Jeff.  Kara Walker: Fantasies of Disbelief.  Des Moines Art Center. Des Moines, Idaho. 2000.
Jenkins, Sydney O.  This is Not the Place.  Ramapo College of New Jersey. Mahwah, New Jersey. 2000.
Sladen, Mark; Bruce Hainley, Katy Siegel, Bennett Simpson, and John Slyce, texts.  The Americans. New Art.  Barbicon Gallery. London, United Kingdom. 2001, pp. 152-160. 
Levin, Kim.  Waterworks: U.S. Akarell 2001.  Nordic Watercolor Museum. Skärhamn, Sweden. 2001, pp. 122-136. 
Tallman, Susan and Deborah Wye,  Parkett Collaborations & Editions Since 1984.  Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. 2001, pp. 258-259. 
Herkenhoff, Paulo, Roxana Marcoci and Miriam Basilio.  Tempo.  Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. 2002.
Drawing Now: Eight Propositions.  The Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. 2002.
Hobbs, Robert.  Kara Walker, Slavery! Slavery!.  25th International Bienal of Sao Pãolo. International Arts and Artists, Washington DC. 2002.
Grigoteit, Arianne.  Kara Walker.  Deutsche Bank AG. Frankfurt am Main, Germany. 2002.
Goldbaum, Karen, ed.  Kara Walker: Pictures from Another Time.  University of Michigan Museum of Art. Ann Arbor, Michigan. 2002.
Edited by Dahlgren, Kari and Trisha Beck,  Life, Death, Love, Hate, Pleasure, Pain: Selected Works from the MCA Collection.  Museum of Contemporary Art. Chicago, Illinois. 2002-2003, p. 272. 
Visuell.  Deutsche Bank Art. Frankfurt, Germany. 2002-2003.
Stallings, Tyler with Ken Gonzales S-Day, Amelia Jones and David R. Roediger,  Whiteness: A Wayward Construction.  Laguna Art Museum. Laguna Beach, California. 2003.
Berry, Ian; English, Darby; Patterson, Vivian; Reinhardt, Mark,  Kara Walker: Narratives of a Negress.  The Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College. Saratoga Springs, New York. 2003.
Schoonmaker, Trevor.  Black President: The Art and Legacy of Fela Anikulapo-Kuti.  The New Museum. New York, New York. 2003.
Walker, Hamza.  Artes Mundi Exhibition: Wales International Visual Art Prize.  National Museum. Cardiff, Wales. 2004.
Grub for Sharks: A Concession to the Negro Populace.  Tate Liverpool. Liverpool, United Kingdom. 2004.
Landry, Pierre.  Nous Venons en Paix.  Musee d'Art Contemporain de Montreal. Montreal, Canada. 2004, pp. 120-126. 
Fairy Tales Forever: International Homage to H.C. Andersen.  AROS Aarhus Kunstmuseum. Copenhagen, Denmark. 2005.
Kantor, Jordan.  Drawing from The Modern: 1975-2005.  Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. 2005.
Bell, Kirsty.  Works on Paper.  Galerie Max Hetzler. Berlin, Germany. 2005.
Baume, Nicholas.  Getting Emotional.  Institute of Contemporary Art. Boston, Massachusetts. 2005.
Identita & Nomadismo.  Palazzo Delle Papesse. Centro Arte Contemporanea. Siena, Italy. 2005.
Kiss the Frog! The Art of Transformation.  National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design. Oslo, Norway. 2005.
Brewinska, Maria.  Black Alphabet – contexts of Contemporary African American Art.  Zacheta Narodowa Galeria Sztuki. Warsaw, Poland. 2006.
All the Best: The Deutsche Bank Collection and Zaha Hadid.  The Singapore Art Museum. 2006.
Germano, Celant and Lisa Dennison,  New York, New York: Fifty Years of Art, Architecture, Cinema, Performance, Photography, and Video.  Grimaldi Forum Monaco. 2006.
Hoffman, Jens.  Surprise, Surprise.  Institute of Contemporary Art, London. 2006.
Sims, Lowery Stokes, Hulser, Kathleen, Copeland, Cynthia R.,  Legacies: Contemporary Artists Reflect on Slavery.  The New York Historical Society. New York, New York. 2006.
Reilly, Maura and Linda Nochlin, ed.  Global Feminisms: New Directions in Contemporary Art.  Merrell. New York, New York and London, United Kingdom. 2007.
Kertess, Klaus.  Meditations in an Emergency.  Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit. Detroit, Michigan. 2007.
Gilman, Sander L.  Kara Walker: My Complement, My Enemy, My Oppressor, My Love.  The Walker Art Center. Minneapolis, Minnesota. 2007.
Hanzal, Carla M. and Robert Carleton Hobbs.  Contemporary, Cool and Collected.  The Mint Museum of Art. Charlotte, North Carolina. 2007.
Wyckoff, Elizabeth.  Don't Look: Contemporary Drawings from an Alumna's Collection (Martina Yamin, class of 1958).  Davis Museum and Cultural Center. Wellesley, Massachusettes. 2007.
Geopolitics of the Animation.  Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo in co-production with the MARCO, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Vigo. Seville and Vigo, Spain. 2007.
Earle, Susan.  Aaron Douglas: African American Modernist.  Yale University Press. New Haven, Connecticut, in association with Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas. Lawrence, Kansas. 2007.
Kamps, Toby, Michael Duncan, and Colleen J. Sheehy.  The Old Weird America: Folk Themes in Contemporary Art.  Contemporary Arts Museum Houston. Houston, Texas. 2008.
Förlust/Loss.  WANÅS Foundation. Knislinge, Sweden. 2008.
Thompson, Barbara, ed; Ifi Amadiume, essay.  Black Womanhood: Images, Icons, and Ideologies of the African Body.  Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College. Hanover, New Hampshire, in association with University of Washington Press. Seattle, Washington. 2008.
Franklin, John Hope and Alvia J. Wardlaw.  Collecting African American Art.  Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Houston, Texas. Yale University Press: New Haven, Connecticut. 2009.
Slash: paper under the knife.  Museum of Arts & Design. Harry N. Abrams. New York, New York. 2009.
McDonnell, Patricia, and Emily Stamey.  Art of Our Time: Selections from the Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita State University.  University of Washington Press. Seattle, Washington. 2010.
Hoffmann, Jens.  Huckleberry Finn.  California College of the Arts. San Francisco, California. 2010.
Wallace, Miranda, ed.  21st Century: Art in the First Decade.  Queensland Art Gallery. South Brisbane, Australia. 2010.
In Context.  Goodman Gallery. Johannesburg, South Africa. 2010.
Nesbitt, Judith, ed.  Chris Ofili.  Tate. London, United Kingdom. 2010.
Barson, Tanya and Peter Gorschlüter, eds.  Afro Modern: Journeys Through the Black Atlantic.  Tate Liverpool. Liverpool, United Kingdom. 2010.
The Dissolve.  Site Santa Fe. Santa Fe, New Mexico. 2010.
Afro Modern: Journeys Through the Black Atlantic [exhibition guide].  'De Lo Posmoderno A Lo Posnegro: Apropiacion, Humor Negro Y Dobles Negaciones'. Tate Liverpool. Liverpool, United Kingdom. 2010, p. 169. 
Miller, Dana, ed.  Legacy: The Emily Fisher Landau Collection.  Whitney Museum of American Art. New York, New York. 2011.
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