Selected Group Exhibitions

2016 Modern Heroics: 75 years of African American Expressionism at the Newark Museum, Newark Museum, New Jersey. June 18, 2016- January 8, 2017
2014-15 Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties, Brooklyn Museum (New York), Hood Museum of Art (Hanover), Blanton Museum of Art (Austin). Traveling show
2013 Etched in Collective History, curated by Jeffreen Hayes, Birmingham Museum of Art. Aug 8-Nov 11, 2013 Annual Exhibition. National Academy of Art Museum. Jan 30- May 5, 2013
 Annual Exhibition. National Academy of Art Museum. Jan 30- May 5, 2013
Art Connections 9. George Segal Gallery, Montclair State University. By Invitation. Jan 13- Feb 9, 2013
2012-13 Her Own Style: An Artist’s Eye with Judith Shea, National Academy of Design, NY. Sept 12, 2012-Jan 13, 2013
African American Art since 1950: Perspectives from the David C. Driskell Center, University Maryland and Travelling Exhibition, Taft Museum in Cincinnatti, OH and Others, Sept 20, 2012- 2014
2012 The Bearden Project. Studio Museum in Harlem, Commission by Thelma Golden and Lauren Hayne, curators. Aug 16-Oct 21, 2012.
Successions: Prints by African American Artists from the Jean & Robert Steele Collection. David C. Driskell Center. Feb 2-June 22, 2012
2010-11 Spiral, Perspectives on an African-American Collective, Birmingham Museum of Art, Alabama, curated by Emily Hanna, opens December 5, 2010.
2010-13 Women Call for Peace, Travelling Exhibition, Exhibits USA, curated by Lisa E. Farrington, opens Oct. 2010, Bonita Springs, Florida.
2009 Undercover: Performing and Transforming Black Female Identities, Sept 10- Dec 5, Spellman College Museum of Fine Art, Atlanta, GA.
Reconfiguring the Body in American Art (1820-2009)– July 8-Nov 15, National Academy Museum & School of Fine Arts, New York, NY
The 184th Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Art, April 16-June 10, National Academy Museum & School of Fine Arts, New York, NY
Bangin’ , Longwood Art Project, Bronx Council on the Arts, CUNY/Hostos College, Bronx, NY, June 3-Sept 4.
African American Art Life, Jan 2 – Feb 28, Flomenhaft Gallery. Artists include: Amos, Jacob Lawrence, Builder Levy, Romare Bearden, Camille Billops, Faith Ringgold and others.
2008 1968: Then & Now, NYU Tisch School of the Arts & Nathan Cummings Foundation. Sept-Dec.
In Search of Missing Masters: The Lewis Tanner Moore Collection of African American Art, November, Woodmere Art Museum, Philadelphia, PA
2007 Prints Dubuffet, Bearden, Schapiro, Brach, Quick-To-See-Smith, Shimomura, Amos, 3/8 to .
What’s in a Color? Amos, Bearden, Buchanan, Lawrence, Ringgold, Weems; prints and paintings, Flomenhaft Gallery, Chelsea, 1/18 to 2/24.
2006 Successions: Prints by African American Artists from the Jean and Robert Steele Collection, Clark Atlanta University Art Galleries, October 1–December 15 (Traveling exhibition)
Our Gang at Flomenhaft Gallery, with Miriam Schapiro, Paul Brach, Juane Quick-To-See Smith and other gallery artists, Chelsea New York September–October 2006.
2005 A Sense of Place: New Jersey, with Lois Dodd, Mel Leipzig and others, painting, The Noyes Museum of Art, Oceanville, NJ, October–January, 2006.
Having Our Say: A Selection of Post-Modern Art by Female Artists, with Alice Neel, Pat Ward Williams, Lilliana Porter, and Rico Takata, Thomasville Cultural Center, Inc., Thomasville, GA, January–March.
2004 Creating Their Own Image, A History of African-American Women Artists, Oxford Press book and exhibition, written and curated by Lisa Farrington, PhD. The New School, Aronson Galleries, with Xenobia Bailey, Chakaia Booker, Renee Cox, Kara Walker, and others, November–January, 2005.
A Bearden Celebration, Carrie Mae Weems, Robert Colescott, Howardena Pindell, and others, Flomenhaft Gallery, Chelsea, October–November 27.
On Their Own: Transcultural New Jersey, Mason Gross School of the Arts Galleries, with Melvin Edwards, Fausto Sevila, Hughie Lee-Smith, Tashiko Takaezu, and others. May–June.
Crosscurrents in the Mainstream: Transcultural New Jersey, catalogue, The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Museum of Art, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, April–July.
2003 Academy of Arts and Letters, Ceremonial Exhibition, NYC, May.
Academy of Arts and Letters, Invitational Exhibition, NYC, March.
Firehouse Art Gallery, Nassau Community College, Vexillology: The American Symbol in Art, with Faith Ringgold, Peter Max, Dread Scott and others, Garden City, NY, 9/2 to 10/1.
Pierro Gallery of South Orange, Baird Center, Women on Top: Breaking Barriers, Resisting Limits, South Orange, NJ, February–March, color catalogue.
2002 MOCADA Museum of Contemporary Diasporian Contemporary Arts, From Challenge to Triumph, Brooklyn, NY, November–February.
National Academy of Design, The 177th Annual Invitational Exhibition, May–June, with Jane Hammond, Tom Nozkowski, Kiki Smith, and others.
The Art Gallery University of Maryland, Successions Prints by African-American Artists from Jean and Robert Steele Collection, catalogue, Maryland, April.
Baltimore Museum of Art, MD, Looking Forward, Looking Black, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Otis College of Art and Design, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, N.C., Detroit, Boston, etc. catalogue with Amos essay, curated by Dr. Jo Anna Isaak, traveled by Hobart & William Smith College Gallery, 1999 to 2002.
Swan Coach House Gallery, The Atlanta/New York Connection: Atlanta Artists Living in New York City, March–April. Atlanta, GA.
2001 Arizona State University Art Museum, Rhapsody: Selections from Valley Collections, Tempe, AZ. February–May.
2000–2001 Museum of Modern Art, Open Ends: 11 Exhibitions of Contemporary Art from 1960 to Now. October to January.
2000 Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Blackness in Color: Visual Expressions of the Black Arts Movement.
Attleboro Museum: Center for the Arts, Attleboro, MA, Dream Worlds: New-Surrealism at the Millenium, with Ana Mendieta, Anita Steckel and others, August–September.
Rich Women of Zurich Gallery, London, England, Works on Paper, July–August.
Art In General, Private Worlds, Hanneline Rogeberg, Robin Tewes, Shari Zolla, and others.
UFA Gallery, Re-Righting History II, Chelsea, NYC, March–April.
Rockland Center For the Arts, African-American Art at 2000: Public Voices/Private Visions, January–February.
1999–2001 Newark Museum, Wrapped in Pride: Ghanaian Kente and African-American Identity, NJ, Fowler Museum, Los Angeles,CA, National Museum of African Art, Washington, DC, Detroit Museum of African-American History, MI, and other cities. Book/catalogue.
1999 University of Alabama, Up South, Birmingham, traveling exhibition, Willie Birch, Ann Benton, Janice Kluge, bell hooks, catalogue.
Katonah Museum, Re-Righting History: Work by Contemporary African-American Artists, catalogue.
New Jersey State Museum, invited artist, New Jersey Arts Annual, Fine Arts 1999, Trenton.
1997 Mary Ryan Gallery, Civil Progress, with Robert Rauschenberg, Romare Bearden, Elizabeth Catlett, and others, paintings, prints, NYC.
1997–1996 The Bass Museum of Art, Real, Miami Beach, FL.
Spelman College Museum of Fine Art, traveling exhibition, Bearing Witness: Contemporary Works by African-American Women Artists, Atlanta, GA, catalogue published by Rizzoli, NY, 1996.
1996 E. Connecticut State U., Beyond Recognition, catalogue, traveling.
Museum of Modern Art, Thinking Print: Books to Billboards, 1980–95, Abrams catalogue, NYC.
The New Jersey State Museum, Six Artists: The 1990’s, including Gary Kuehn, George Segal, Pat Lay and John Goodyear, Trenton.
1995–1994 Museo De Las Artes, Universidad de Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Mexico, Encuentro, Interamericano De Artistas Plastico.
1994 Alitash Kebede Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, Romare Bearden and Friends: Emma Amos, Charles Alston, Herbert Gentry, Norman Lewis.
Terry Dintenfass Gallery, NYC, Engaged Vision.
The Museum of Modern Art, NY, Reading Prints, from the permanent collection.
1992–1993 The New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, NJ, Dream Singers, Story Tellers: An African American Presence, traveling exhibition and catalogue with Benny Andrews, Jacob Lawrence, Faith Ringgold, Mel Edwards, Lorna Simpson, among others, Fukui Fine Arts Museum, Fukui City, The Tokushima Modern Art Museum, Tokushima, Otani Memorial Art Museum, Japan.
1992 The Gallery at Bristol-Myers Squibb, Princeton, NJ, The Expanding Circle: A Selection of African American Art, including Vivian Browne, James Brown, Mel Edwards, and others. Catalogue.
1991–1994 Lang Communications Corporate Collection, NYC, Presswork: The Art of Women Printmakers, from the collection. Traveling to The National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC and 9 cities including Portsmouth Museums, VA, Spiva Art Center, Joplin, MO, The Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH. Including Jennifer Bartlett, Helen Frankenthaler, Barbara Kruger, Elizabeth Murray, and others. Catalogue.
1991 Zimmerli Museum, New Brunswick, NJ, Intaglio Printing in the 1980’s.
Kennesaw State College Library Art Gallery, Diversity and Strength: 6 Contemporary Black Artists. Catalogue
New Visions Gallery, Atlanta, GA/traveling, African American Works on Paper, from the Cochran Collection. Catalogue.
1990 The Columbia Museum of Arts, SC, Southern Women Artists.
Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, NY, The Decade Show: Frameworks of Identity in the 1980’s. Catalogue.
Montclair State College Gallery, NJ, Black Women in the Arts. Catalogue.
Newport Art Museum, RI, Directions: African American Artists Now.
1989–1990 Hillwood Art Gallery, Long Island University, C.W. Post Campus, Brookville, NY and U.S. Information Agency, Lines of Vision: Drawings by Contemporary Women, Hudson Hills Press, NY, Judy Collischan Van Wagner, author/curator, 174 p. book/catalogue, with Lauren Ewing, Janet Fish, Joan Mitchell, Louise Bourgeois and others, July–August. Traveled.
1989 Blue Star Gallery, San Antonio, TX, Loaded, installation: Odyssey, September–October.
Louisa McIntosh Gallery, Atlanta, GA, Works on Paper, July–August.
Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, New York, American Resources, Selected Works of African American Artists, 98 pg. catalogue, June–September.
Downtown Arts Gallery at Church St. Centre, Nashville, TN, American Resources: Selected Works of African American Artists, June–August.
Associated American Artists Gallery, New York, “Art and Leisure,” 20 p. catalogue, June.
Williams College Museum, Williamstown, MA, Selections: Six Contemporary African American Artists, with Robert Colescott, Terry Adkins, Houston Conwill, Robert Freeman, Clarissa Sligh, May–October.
Manhattan East Gallery, New York, Women in Color, with Vivian Browne, Helen Ramsaran, Alma Thomas and others, March–April.
Ceres Gallery, New York Feminist Art Institute, Women’s Center for Learning, Beyond Survival: Old Frontiers, New Visions, with Nancy Fried, Yong Soon Min, Lilianna Porter and others, March.
Metro-Dade Cultural Center, Miami-Dade Public Library, Forty Years, Robert Blackburn and the Printmaking Workshop, with Will Barnett, Benny Andrews, Mary Teichman, Harmony Hammond, February–April.
DIA Foundation, New York, Homefront, curated by Martha Rosler (see bibliography, 1991, If You Lived Here), February–March.
Lyman Allyn Museum, New London, CT, Directions: African American Artists Now, with Benny Andrews, Robert Colescott, Emilio Cruz, Al Loving, Clarissa Sligh, Richard Yarde and others, February–March.
Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, NJ, Multiple Images: Prints by Afro-Americans, with Romare Bearden, Elizabeth Catlett, Mel Edwards, Jacob Lawrence and others, January–April.
1988–1992 Jamaica Art Center, Jamaica, NY, Coast to Coast, A Women of Color National Artists’ Book Project, Faith Ringgold, curator, with Vivian Browne, Elizabeth Catlett, Zarina Hashmi, Adrian Piper and others. Traveled. 79 p. catalogue, Flossie Martin Gallery, Radford University, Radford, VA. and ?? catalogue, Center for Book Arts, New York.
1988–1989 Intar Latin American Gallery, New York, Autobiography: In Her Own Image, Howardena Pindell, curator, with Candida Alvarez, Pena Bonita, Lorna Simpson and others. Traveling, 40 p. catalogue, April–May; Nexus Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, October–November; Mills College Art Gallery, Oakland, CA January–March, 1989; Ritter Art Gallery, Florida Atlantic University, March–April, 1989; and Women & Their Work Gallery, Austin TX, May–June.
Museum of Modern Art, New York, Reading Prints, March–July.
Metro-Dade Cultural Center, Miami-Dade Public Library System, Forty Years, Robert Blackburn and the Printmaking Workshop, Will Barnet, Nell Blaine, Shigeru Narikawa, Herman Cherry and others. February–April.
Museum of Modern Art, New York, Committed To Print, 120 pg. catalogue, with Ida Applebroog, Jenny Holzer, Ben Shawn, Leon Golub and others. January–April.
Atlanta College of Art, Atlanta, GA, American Herstory—Women and the U.S. Constitution, January–March.
Jamaica Arts Center, Jamaica, NY, Master and Pupils II, The Education of the Black Artist in New York: 1900–1980. Historical brochure text by Kellie Jones, Visual Arts Director, with Jacob Lawrence, Jack Whitten, Augusta Savage and others, January–February.
1987 Associated American Artists, New York, Recent Figurative Prints, 24 p. catalogue, with Richard Bosman, Jim Dine, George Segal, Philip Pearlstein, Mary Frank and others, September–October.
Firehouse Gallery, Nassau Community College, Garden City, NY, Seven Urban Artists: Diverse Expressions in Multiple Media, with Mary Ellen Andrews, Margo Machida, Howardena Pindell and others, September–October.
Goddard-Riverside Community Center, Home: 23rd Annual Art Show, Faith Ringgold, curator, with Romare Bearden, Willie Birch, Carole Byard, Juan Sanchez and others, May.
Landskrona Art Hall, Landskrona, Sweden, “Black Artists,” with Herbert Gentry, Willie Birch, Mary Anne Rose and others, date n.a.
Gallery at Bristol-Meyers Squibb, Princeton, NJ, Forward View, 16 p. catalogue, with Camille Billops, Giza Endesha-Daniels, Vivian Browne, James Andrew Brown, Reginald Fludd, Alvin Loving, March April.
Montclair Museum of Art, Montclair, NJ, The Afro-American Artist in the Age of Cultural Pluralism, 24 p. catalogue, with Bettye Saar, Mel Edwards, Sam Gilliam, Camille Billops, Al Loving and others, February–March.
Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, New York, Connections Project, 150 artists, book with Faith Ringgold, Ida Applebroog and others, catalogue, d.n.a
1986 Parker/Bratton Gallery, New York, Paint on Paper, November–December
Associated American Artists, New York, The Animal Kingdom, July.
Associated American Artists, New York, Hot Off the Press, May.
Parker/Smalley Gallery, New York, Liberty, April–May
Clocktower, New York, Progressions, a Cultural Legacy, Vivian Browne, Julia Hotton, Amos, co-curators; 20 p. catalogue, with Maren Hassinger, Nanette Carter and others, February–March.
Associated American Artists, New York, Prints by Women, Susan Teller, curator, 20 p. catalogue, with Isabel Bishop, Lee Bontecou, Louise Bourgeois and others, plate “Cheetah,” p. 8, February.
1985–1986 Columbia Museum, Columbia, SC, Through a Master Printer: Robert Blackburn and the Printmaking Workshop, Nina Parris, curator, with Benny Andrews, Will Barnet, Camille Billops, Vivian Browne, Elizabeth Catlett, Mel Edwards, Whitfield Lovell, Richard Powell, Krishna Reddy, William T. Williams and others, 28 p. catalogue; March–May. Traveled to Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, August–October; Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, MS, January–March, 1986.
1985 Association of Community-Based Artists of Westchester, Mount Vernon, NY, Tribute to Robert Blackburn, with Eldzier Cortor, Adjer Cowans, Krishna Reddy, John Wilson and others, December–January.
Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York, Art in Print: A Tribute to Robert Blackburn, with Romare Bearden, Norman Lewis, Willie Burch, William T. Williams, catalogue, November–January.
Studio Museum in Harlem, Recent Acquisitions and Notables From the Permanent Collection: The Fine Art of Collecting I, Selections from the Collections of Robert Carter, Beny Primm, Merton Simpson and Meredith Sirmans, 8 p. catalogue, July–October.
Skandinaviska Enskilda Bankn, Stockholm, Sweden, Exhibition, with Mary Anne Rose, Herbert Gentry, Willie Birch and others, date n.a.
Associated American Artists, New York, Recent Experiments in Printmaking: The Handworked Image, with Baychar, Ricard Benaim, Frank Faulkner, June.
Art Department, Suffolk County Community College, Selden, NY, Selections From the Collection of Kathy Caraccio: Master Printer, February.
843 Studio Gallery, Brooklyn, Masters of Collage, date n.a.
Wilson Arts Center, Rochester, Images of Jazz, date n.a.
1984 Association of Community Based Artists of Westchester, Mount Vernon, NY, Tribute: Robert Blackburn, 28 p. catalogue, with Elizabeth Catlett, Krishna Reddy and others, December–January.
Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York Public Library, Art in Print: A Tribute to Robert Blackburn, 15 p. catalogue, with essay (p. 8) and plate “Home,” with Romare Bearden, Camille Billops, Adger Cowans,Jack White and others, November 1984–January 1985.
Port Authority of New York Bus Terminal, Organization of Independent Artists, New York, Hanging Loose at the Port Authority, curators, Amos and Judy Negron, with Al Loving, Judy Blum, Rose Viggiano, Bill Hutson and others, October–November.
ABC No Rio Gallery, New York, Art Against Apartheid, October.
Perdue University, West Lafayette, IN, Women’s Art Exhibit, sponsored by Church Women United, 96 p. catalogue, with Howardena Pindell, Mary Teichman, Sophie Rivera and others, July.
Center for Art and Culture of Bedford-Stuyvesant, Inc., Brooklyn, New York, In a Stream of Ink, 16 p. catalogue, with Robert Blackburn, Juan Boza, Kenjiro Sasaki and others. Traveled to Dillard University, New Orleans, LA, February–March, Lehman College, Bronx, NY, April, and African-American Museum of Life and Culture, Dallas, TX, June.
Central Hall Gallery, New York, Invitational, with Tomie Arai, Jackie Lipton, Sabra Moore, Holly Zox and others, June.
Soho 20 Gallery, New York, Invitational, May.
Kenkeleba House, New York, Affirmations of Life, Al Loving, curator, with Dawoud Bey, Edgar Heap of Birds, Margo Machida, Charles Searles, Coreen Simpson, Kathy Stark and others, April–May.
Henry St. Settlement, Louis Abrons Arts for Living Center, New York, Celebration: Eight Afro-American Artists Selected by Romare Bearden, with Vivian Browne, Nanette Carter, Mel Edwards, Sharon Sutton, Richard Yarde and others, catalogue, February-April.
Artists Space, Reconstruction Project, Sabra Moore, curator, with Kathy Grove, Catalina Parra, Linda Peer, Nancy Spero and others, January, February.
Contemporary Classics Fine Arts Gallery, Haddonfield, NJ, Printmaking 84, January.
Columbia Museum, Columbia, SC, Printmaking Workshop Collection. date n.a.
Artists’ Space, New York, Reconstruction Project for Artists’ Call, with Nancy Spero, Jaune Quick–To-See Smith, Sabra Moore and others, January–February.
1983 Syracuse University and State University of New York, Buffalo, Multiples by Multiples, traveling exhibition.
Kenkeleba House, New York, Jus’ Jass: Correlations of Painting and Afro-American Classical Music, with Terry Adkins, Romare Bearden, David Hammons, Vincent Smith, Mary Lovelace O’Neal and others, catalogue, October–December.
Cinque Gallery and The First Women’s Bank, New York, A Celebration of Black Women Artists, Lowery Sims, Curator, May–June.
Contemporary Classics Fine Arts Gallery, Haddonfield, NJ, Animal Crackers, May–June.
1982 Community Folk Art Gallery, Syracuse University, NY, Printmaking Workshop, Will Barnet, Romare Bearden, Leo Manso and others, September–October.
Elaine Benson Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY, The Unexpected, with Jimmy Ernst, Alfonso Ossorio, Gary Schotmayer and others, July–August.
Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York Public Library, Recent Acquisitions, with Charles Alston, Anthony Barboza, Dawoud Bey, Ernie Crichlow and others, June–July.
Studio 26th Street, New York, 15 New York Artists from Georgia, with Benny Andrews, Charles Bostick, John Hardy, Page Ogden and others, April.
Crystal Britton Gallery, Atlanta, Contemporary Art Exhibit, March–April.
Paul Robeson Cultural Center, Pennsylvania State University, Philadelphia, Twenty-five Approaches to Contemporary Printmaking, with Benny Andrews, Vivian Browne, Mel Edwards, Shreedevi Munshi, Maria Henle and others, March–April.
Jazzonia Gallery, Detroit, MI, Printmaking, Printmakers: Printmaking Workshop Collection, Robert Blackburn, Ademola Olugebefola, Vincent Smith and others. March–April.
Cathedral of St. John The Divine, New York, Seven Afro-American Artists, with Romare Bearden, Jacob Lawrence and others, February–March.
P.S.1, Long Island City, NY, The Wild Art Show, 72 p. catalogue, Faith Ringgold, curator, with Nancy Azara, Camille Billops, Betsy Damon, Donna Henes, Lucy Lippard and others, January–March.
Plastic Image Gallery, Boston, MA. Xerox Art. d. n.a.
1981 Organization of Independent Artists, Lowenstein Library Gallery, Fordham University at Lincoln Center, Artists Who Make Prints, with Clare Romano, Saint Clair Cemin, Ed Clark, Diane Hunt, Joyce Kozloff, traveling exhibition.
Gallery at 112 Greene Street, New York, Paintings, Works on Paper, with Dingda McCannon, Sidney Cash and others, December–January.
Sordoni Art Gallery, Wilkes College, Wilkes-Barre, PA, Organization of Independent Artists, Recent Trends in Printmaking, November–December.
First Women’s Bank, New York, Collage/Construction/Installation, with Joyce Kozloff, Sandra Payne. and others, October–December.
Bristol Campus Center, Hamilton College, Clinton, NY, Diverse Directions of Selected Prints: From the Printmaking Workshop Collection, with Mohammad Khalil, Mary Teichman and others, September–October.
Kenkeleba House, New York, Installations in The Five Elements, Camille Billops, curator, with Joyce Scott, Kazuko, Tomie Arai and others, April–June.
Lowenstein Library Gallery, Fordham University at Lincoln Center, New York, Organization of Independent Artists, Artists Who Make Prints, with Ann Gillen, John Ross and others, April.
Gallery 62, National Urban League, Inc., Emma Amos: Paper and Linen, Drawing, Etchings and Weavings, 16 p. catalogue, March–April.
1980 Douglass College Art Gallery, New Brunswick, NJ, Fragments of Myself/The Women, Joan Marter, curator, with Janet Picket, Howardena Pindell, Vivian Browne, Faith Ringgold and others, catalogue, November–December.
Washington Women’s Arts Center, Washington, D.C. Color/Space/Images: Five Afrikan American Women Artists’ Paintings, Prints, Sculpture, Samella Lewis, curator, with Elizabeth Catlett, Yvonne Cole Meo, Lucille “Malkia” Roberts, Samella Lewis, March–April.
Yolisa House Gallery, New York. Black American and Third World Artists, with Ed Clark, Krishna Reddy, Adjer Cowans and others, March.
Associated American Artists, New York, International Collection Exhibition, 13 p. catalogue, 10 artists, including Philip Pearlstein, Richard Haas, and Carol Summers. date n.a.
1979–1980 Studio Museum in Harlem, Impressions/Expressions, Black American Graphics, Richard Powell, curator, 56 p. catalogue, with Dox Thrash, Wilmer Jennings, John Wilson, Hale Woodruff, Sargent Johnson and others, October 1979–January 1980; traveled to The Gallery of Art, Howard University, Washington, DC, February–March.
1979 Huntsville Museum, Huntsville, AL, Black Artists/South, with Hughie Lee-Smith, Archibald Motley, Sister Gertrude Morgan, Alma Thomas, etc., 64 p. catalogue, plate “Nicholas,” April–July.
Spectrum IV Gallery, New Rochelle, NY, 20 Contemporary Printmakers, May–June.
1970 Gallery Museum, Hall of Springs, Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga, NY, Fifteen Under Forty: Paintings by Young New York State Black Artists, Ernest Crichlow, Romare Bearden, curators, 40 p. catalogue, with Ellsworth Ausby, Betty Blayton, Calvin Douglass, Raymond Saunders, Vincent Smith, Benjamin Wigfall and others, plate “Three Ladies,” July, p. 7.
Museum of Fine Arts, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, and Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists, Boston, MA, Afro-American Artists, New York and Boston, 88 p. catalogue, Edmund B. Gaither, curator; with Benny Andrews, Malcolm Bailey, Ed Clark, Emilio Cruz, Lois Mailou Jones, Ben Jones, Ed Clark, Hale Woodruff, plate “The Ladies,” May–June.
1969–1970 Minneapolis Institute of Arts, MN, Contemporary Black Artists, 40 p. expanded catalogue, Ruder & Finn Fine Arts, NY, continued 1968 traveling exhibition, with 33 artists (an expansion of “30 Contemporary Artists” exhibition). Traveled to the San Francisco Museum of Art, CA, November–December; Museum of Art, Providence, RI, July; Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, NY, August–October
Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX, January–February; New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, NJ, March–April, Roberson Center for the Arts & Sciences, Binghamton, NY, July–August; Art Galleries, University of California, Santa Barbara, September–October
Museum of the Philadelphia Civic Center, PA, School District of Philadelphia, Board of Education, Afro-American Artists, 1800–1969, 39 p. catalogue, December.
1968–1969 Minneapolis Institute of Art, Thirty Contemporary Black Artists; 20 p. catalogue, with Romare Bearden, Norman Lewis, Melvin Edwards, Sam Gilliam, Richard Hunt, Jacob Lawrence, Bettye Saar and others; traveled to High Museum of Art, Atlanta, December–January; Flint Institute of Arts, MI, February–March; Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NY, March–April; IBM Gallery of Arts and Sciences, New York; San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco, CA; and other cities.
1968 Lake Forest College, Lake Forest, IL, Soul Week ’68, An Exploration into Afro-American Culture, with Jacob Lawrence, Richard Mayhew, Bob Thompson and others, February.
1966 Harlem Cultural Council, New York, Art of the American Negro, date n.a.
Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus Gallery, Spiral at Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY. d.n.a
1965 Temple Emanu-El, Yonkers, NY, “Festival of Arts,” The Spiral, members, with Vivian Browne, Ernest Crichlow, Jacob Lawrence, Hughie Lee-Smith, Bruce Nugent, Billie Pickard-Pritchard, Vincent Smith, Bob Thompson, Jack Whitten, Fred Eure, Inge Hardison, Arnold Prince, and John Rhoden.
1964 Christopher St. Gallery, New York, The Spiral, with Charles Alston, Romare Bearden, Calvin Douglass, Perry Ferguson, Reginald Gammon, Alvin Hollingsworth, Felrath Hines, Norman Lewis, William Majors, Richard Mayhew, Earl Miller, Merton Simpson, Hale Woodruff, and James Yeargans. 9 p. catalogue, May–June.
1953 Exhibition Gallery, Trevor Arnett Library, Atlanta University, GA, Twelfth Annual Exhibition: paintings, sculpture, prints by Negro Artists, “Prints,” Amos, “Black and Blue,” with John Biggers, Charles White,, and Jenelse Walden. 4 fold catalogue, March 29–April 26. American Artists, 98 pg. catalogue, June–September, traveled to Downtown Arts Gallery at Church St. Centre, Nashville, TN, June–August.