Artists' Biographies


Terry Allen

Born 1943, Wichita, Kansas
Lives and works in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Education

1966 B.F.A., Chouinard Art Institute, Los Angeles

Selected Solo Exhibitions

1994
"Poison Amor" (collaboration with James Drake), Blue Star Art Space, San Antonio

1992
"A Simple Story (Juarez)," Wexner Center for the Visual Arts, Ohio State University, Columbus
"Youth in Asia," Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, North Carolina

1991
"The Artist's Eye," Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth

1989

  • "Big Witness (living in wishes)," San Francisco Art Institute
  • "Them Ol' Love Songs," Cranbrook Academy of Art Museum, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
  • Installation and concert, Laumeier Sculpture Park and Museum, St. Louis

    1988

    "Big Witness (living in wishes)," organized by Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara, California

    "Treatment (angel leaving dirty tracks)," John Weber Gallery, New York

    "Youth in Asia Series," Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

    1986

    "China Night," Florida State University Fine Arts Gallery Tallahassee

    Selected Group Exhibitions

    1994
    "Mapping," UTSA Art Gallery, University of Texas, San Antonio

    1993 "La Frontera -- The Border," Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego

    1991 "Singular Visions," Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe

    "Selections from the Permanent Collection: 1975-1991," Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

    "On the Road: Selections from the Permanent Collections of the San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art"

    1990 "CCA/2: Second Annual Invitational," Center for Contemporary Arts of Santa Fe

    1989 "Forty Years of California Assemblage," Wight Art Gallery, University of California, Los Angeles

    1987 "Documenta 8," Museum Fridericianum, Kassel, Germany

    "Avant-Garde in the Eighties," Los Angeles County Museum of Art

    "War and Memory," Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, D.C.

    1986 "The Texas Landscape, 1900-1986," Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

    "Boston Collects: Contemporary Painting and Sculpture," Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

    1985 "São Paulo Biennial," Brazil

    Selected Performances

    1994 "Chippy" (with Jo Harvey Allen), American Music Theater Festival, Plays and Players Theater, Philadelphia; Lincoln Center Serious Fun! Festival, New York

    1993 "Amarillo Highway (and other roads)," St. Anne's Cathedral, Brooklyn, New York

    1987 "War and Memory," Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, D.C.

    Selected Recordings

    1996 "Human Remains," Sugar Hill Records

    1995 "Lubbock (on everything)," Sugar Hill Records (original release on Fate Records, 1978)

    1994 "Songs from 'Chippy,'" Hollywood Records

    1985 "Pedal Steal," Fate Records


    David Bates

    Born 1952, Dallas, Texas

    Lives and works in Dallas

    Education

    1977 M.F.A., Southern Methodist University, Dallas

    1976 Independent Study Program, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

    1975 B.F.A., Southern Methodist University, Dallas

    Selected Solo Exhibitions

    1996 Gerald Peters Gallery, Dallas

    1995 Charles Cowles Gallery, New York

    1994 "Roughshod," John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco

    1993 The Art Museum at Florida International University, Miami

    1992 Charles Cowles Gallery, New York

    John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco

    1991 John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco

    Charles Cowles Gallery, New York

    1990 Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans

    1988 "David Bates: Forty Paintings," Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

    1985 John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco

    Charles Cowles Gallery, New York

    Selected Group Exhibitions

    1994 "The Label Show, Contemporary Art and the Museum," Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

    "Vividly Told, Contemporary Southern Narrative Painting," Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, Georgia; Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, South Carolina

    "Outside: In, Outsider and Contemporary Artists in Texas," Texas Fine Arts Association, Laguna Gloria Art Museum, Austin

    1993 "In & Out of Place in Contemporary Art & Fiction," Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

    1991 "American Realism & Figurative Art 1952-1991," Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendi, Japan

    "The State I'm In," Dallas Museum of Art

    "The Landscape in 20th Century Art: Selections from the Metropolitan Museum of Art," Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, Oklahoma

    1990 Group Exhibition, Eugene Binder Galerie, Cologne, Germany

    "Concentrations 23: Texas Figurative Drawings," Dallas Museum of Art

    "Northwest By Southwest, Painted Fictions," Palm Springs Desert

    Museum, California

    "Tradition and Innovation, A Museum Celebration of Texas Art,"

    Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

    "Texas Figurative Drawings," Dallas Museum of Art

    1989 "The Blues Aesthetic: Black Culture and Modernism," Washington

    Project for the Arts, Washington, D.C.

    "10 + 10: Contemporary Soviet and American Painters," Ministry of Culture of the U.S.S.R. and InterCulture, Fort Worth

    1988 "Texas Art," Menil Collection, Houston

    "The 1980s: A New Generation," Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

    1987 "1987 Biennial Exhibition," Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

    1986 "The Figure in Landscape," Art Museum at Florida International

    University, Miami

    "Texas Landscape 1900-1986," Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

    "The Texas-Berlin Art Exchange," Amerika Haus, Berlin, Germany

    1985 "50th Anniversary Acquisitions," San Francisco Museum of Modern Art


    Frederick J. Brown

    Born 1945, Greensboro, Georgia

    Lives and works in New York City and Carefree, Arizona

    Education

    1968 B.A., Painting, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale

    Selected Solo Exhibitions

    1994 "The History of Art," Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City

    1993 "The Assumption of Mary," Xavier University, New Orleans

    1992 "The Magic Man," Gallery 10, Santa Fe

    1991 National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. (Now called the Smithsonian American Art Museum)

    1988 "A Retrospective," National Museum of the Chinese Revolution, Beijing, China

    1987 Tomasulo Gallery, Union County College, Cranford, New Jersey

    Marlborough Gallery, New York

    Miami Dade Community College Museum, Miami

    1985 Hokin-Kaufman Gallery, Chicago

    Marlborough Gallery, New York

    Davis-McClain Gallery, Los Angeles

    Selected Group Exhibitons

    1993 "Twenty-Five Years of Afro-American Art: Selections from the Studio Museum in Harlem," Paine Webber Gallery, New York

    "Free Within Ourselves: African-American Art in the Collection of the National Museum of American Art," National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. (Now the Smithsonian American Art Museum)

    1991 "Recent Acquisitions," Studio Museum in Harlem, New York

    1990 "Recent Acquisitions," National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. (Now the Smithsonian American Art Museum)

    "Marlborough en Pelaires," Centre Cultural Contemporani Pelaires, Palma de Mallorca, Spain

    1989 "American Resources: Selected Works of African American Artists," Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, New York

    1988 "The 1980s: A New Generation," Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

    "Revelations: Drawing in America," Art Gallery of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo, Yugoslavia

    1986 "The Foundation Veranneman Invites Marlborough," Kruishoutem, Belgium

    "50th National Midyear Exhibition," Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio

    1985 Marlborough Gallery, New York


    Kim Dingle

    Born 1951, Pomona, California

    Lives and works in Los Angeles

    Education

    1990 M.F.A., Claremont Graduate School, Claremont, California

    1988 B.F.A., California State University, Los Angeles

    Selected Solo Exhibitions

    1995 Otis Gallery, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles

    Blum & Poe, Santa Monica, California

    1994 Jack Tilton Gallery, New York

    1993 Jason Rubell Gallery, Miami Beach

    1992 "New Work," Kim Light Gallery, Los Angeles

    1991 "Dingle Library Presents Painting of the West with Horse Drawing by Teenage Girls," Parker/Zanic Gallery, Los Angeles

    "Portraits from the Dingle Library," Richard/Bennett Gallery, Los

    Angeles

    "The Romance and Drama of the Rubber Industry," Closet of Modern Art (COMA), California State University, Los Angeles

    Selected Group Exhibitions

    1996 "Narcissism: Artists Reflect Themselves," California Center for the Arts Museum, Escondido

    1995 "Inside Out: Psychological Self-Portraiture in the 90s," Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut

    1994 "Arrested Childhood," Center of Contemporary Art, Miami

    "Bad Girls West," Wight Gallery, University of California, Los Angeles

    "Mapping," Museum of Modern Art, New York

    1993 "Fourth Newport Biennial: Southern California," Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Beach

    "43rd Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting,"

    Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

    "Contemporary Identities: 24 Artists, the 1993 Phoenix Triennial," Phoenix Art Museum, Arizona

    1992 "I Thought California Would Be Different, New Work in the Permanent Collection," Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach

    1991 "Les Fleurs," Parker/Zanic Gallery (in conjunction with Sue Spaid Fine Art), Los Angeles

    "The Store Show," Richard/Bennett Gallery, Los Angeles

    1990 "Con-Text," Richard/Bennett Gallery, Los Angeles


    Gronk

    Born 1954, Los Angeles

    Lives and works in Los Angeles

    Selected Solo Exhibitions

    1995 "Gronk -- Past & Present," University of Colorado Museum, Boulder

    "Gronk in the Galleries," San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

    "Iron Weave," Elvehjem Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin, Madison

    1994 "GRONK! A Living Survey, 1973-1993," Mexican Museum, San Francisco

    1992 "Hotel Tormenta," Galerie Claude Samuel, Paris

    "Fascinating Slippers/Pantunflas Fascinantes," San Jose Museum of Art, California

    1991 "50 Drawings," Daniel Saxon Gallery, Los Angeles

    1990 "Hotel Senator," Daniel Saxon Gallery, Los Angeles

    "King Zombie," William Traver Gallery, Seattle, Washington

    "Coming Home Again," Vincent Price Gallery, East Los Angeles College, Monterey Park, California

    "Hotel Zombie," Laguna Art Musuem, Laguna Beach, California

    1989 "Grand Hotel," Saxon-Lee Gallery, Los Angeles

    1988 "She's Back," Saxon-Lee Gallery, Los Angeles

    1987 "Bone of Contention," Saxon-Lee Gallery, Los Angeles

    1986 "The Rescue Party," Saxon-Lee Gallery, Los Angeles

    1985 "The Titanic and Other Tragedies at Sea," Galerie Ocaso, Los Angeles

    Selected Group Exhibitions

    1995 "The mythic present of Chagoya, Valdez, and Gronk," Fisher Gallery, University of Southern California, Los Angeles

    1993 "Chicano-Chicana: Visceral Images," The Works Gallery, Costa Mesa, California

    "Sin Frontera: Chicano Arts from the Border States of the US," Corner House, Manchester, England

    "Revelations/Revelaciones," Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell

    University, Ithaca, New York

    1992 "The Chicano Codices: Encountering Art of the Americas," Mexican Museum, San Francisco1991 "Myth and Magic in the Americas: The Eighties," Museum of Contemporary Art, Monterrey, Mexico

    1990 "Chicano Art: Resistance and Affirmation, 1965-1985," Wight Art Gallery, University of California, Los Angeles

    1989 "Three," Galerie Claude Samuel, Paris, France

    "Le Demon des Anges: Chicano Artists from Los Angeles," Center for Research for the Cultural Development, Nantes, France, and

    Department of Culture, Barcelona, Spain

    "Hispanic Art on Paper," Los Angeles County Museum of Art

    1988 "Cultural Currents," San Diego Museum of Art

    "Ten Latino Artists," Jack Tilton Gallery, New York

    "Two Artists/Recent Works," University of California, San Diego

    1987 "Hispanic Art in the United States: Thirty Contemporary Painters and Sculptors," Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

    "On the Wall," Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum

    "LA Hot and Cool: Pioneers," Bank of Boston Art Gallery, Boston;

    organized by MIT List Visual Arts Center

    1986 "Crossing Borders/Chicano Artists," San Jose Museum of Art,California

    Selected Performances

    1995 "A Musical Tardeada in Celebration of the César E. Chávez Center," University of California, Los Angeles

    1988 "Installation/Performance," Creative Time, New York

    1985 "Jetter Jinx," Los Angeles Theatre Center

    "Morning Becomes Electricity," Museum of Contemporary Art,

    Los Angeles

    Selected Special Projects

    1996 Set designs for Journey to Cordoba, Los Angeles Opera

    1991 Set designs for Bowl of Beans, Los Angeles Theatre Center, broadcast on PBS Great Performances

    Set designs for Canton Jazz Club, East/West Players, Los Angeles

    1990 Set designs for The Chairman's Wife, East/West Players, Los Angeles

    Set designs for The Mission, Los Angeles Theatre Center

    1989 Set designs for Paris Jazz Festival, France


    Sharon Kopriva

    Born 1958, Houston

    Lives and works in Houston

    Education

    1981 M.F.A., University of Houston

    1970 B.S., Art Education, University of Houston

    Selected Solo Exhibitions

    1995 "New Sculpture, Paintings and Constructions," Dutch Phillips & Co. Fine Art, Dallas

    1994 "New Constructions and Paintings," Hall-Barnett Gallery, New Orleans

    1993 LewAllen Gallery, Santa Fe

    Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas

    1992 "Conflicting Rituals," Corpus Christi State University, Texas

    1991 "Rite of Passage," Art Center Museum, Waco, Texas

    "Penances," Art Museum of Southeast Texas, Beaumont

    1989 "Scultpures and Paintings," J. Rosenthal Gallery, Chicago

    "Sculptures and Paintings," Graham Gallery, Houston

    1988 Jung Center, Houston

    Selected Group Exhibitons

    1995 "Bridge: Works and Images from Houston/Sarajevo," A.R.M. (Artist Rescue Mission), Davis/McClain Gallery, Pennzoil Place, Houston

    "Elvis + Marilyn = 2 X Immortal," Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston

    "Texas Art for Russia," Yekaterinburg, Moscow

    "Made in Texas," Parchmen/Stremmel Gallery, San Antonio

    "Figuration," Virginia Miller Gallery, Miami

    "Civil Disobedience," Lanning Gallery, Houston

    1994 "Of Body and Spirit," Galveston Art Center, Texas

    "Speaking of Artists: Words and Works from Houston," Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

    1993 "Hope -- Houston Exchange Exhibition," Moody Gallery, Houston; Faith and Charity Gallery, Hope, Idaho

    "Texas Contemporary Acquisitions of the '90s," Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

    "Texas Biennial," Dallas Museum of Art

    "Talleres en Fronteras: An Exhibition of Contemporary Art from SouthTexas and Baja California," Corpus Christi, Mexicali, and El Paso, Texas; Tijuana, Mexico

    "Fur, Fins, Feathers and More," Galveston Art Center, Texas

    "A Sense of Place," Transco Tower, Houston

    "In the Beginning," Art Museum of Southeast Texas, Beaumont

    1992 "Dreams and Shields," Salt Lake City Art Center

    1991 "Three Person Exhibition," Center for Research in Contemporary Art, University of Texas at Arlington

    1990 "Day of the Dead Show," Lynn Goode Gallery, Houston

    1989 "A Century of Texas Sculpture," Huntington Museum, Austin

    "Another Reality," Hooks-Epstein Gallery, Houston

    1988 "Houston Area Exhibition," First Place Award, Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston

    "1988 Texas Exhibit," National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C.

    1987 "Line and Form: Contemporary Texas Figurative Drawing," Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi

    "Estes and Others," Allan Stone Gallery, New York

    1986 "Memento Mori," Centro Cultural Arte Contemporaneo, Mexico City

    "Empowered Painting," Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe

    "Texas Invitational," Fort Worth Art Festival

    "Dead Days," Blue Star Art Center, San Antonio

    1985 "Fresh Paint: The Houston School," Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

    Allan Stone Gallery, New York


    Hung Liu

    Born 1948, Changun, China

    Lives and works in Oakland, California

    Education

    1986 M.F.A., Visual Arts, University of California, San Diego

    1981 Graduate Student (M.F.A. Equivalent), Mural Painting, Central Academy of Fine Art, China

    1975 B.F.A., Education, Beijing Teachers College, Beijing, China

    Selected Solo Exhibitions

    1996 Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco

    1995 "Can-ton: The Baltimore Series," The Contemporary, site at the former Canton National Bank, Baltimore

    "The Last Dynasty," Steinbaum Krauss Gallery, New York

    "Parameters #19: Hung Liu," Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, Virginia

    1994 "The Year of the Dog," Steinbaum Krauss Gallery, New York

    "Jiu Jin Shan: Old Gold Mountain," Installation, M. H. de Young Memorial Museum, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

    "Identity Fragments," Mary Porter Senson Art Gallery, Porter College, University of California, Santa Cruz

    1993 "Two Small Bodies," Churchill County Library -- Churchill Arts Council, Fallon, Nevada

    1992 "Sittings," Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, New York

    1991 "Bad Women," Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco

    1990 "Trauma," Diverseworks, Houston

    1988 "Where is Mao?" Southwestern College Art Gallery, Chula Vista, California

    "Resident Alien," Capp Street Project, Monadnock Building, San Francisco

    1987 "Combinations," Bath House Cultural Center, Dallas

    1986 "Canto," Annex Gallery, University of California, San Diego

    Selected Group Exhibitions

    1995 "Making Faces: American Portraits," Hudson River Museum of Westchester, Yonkers, New York

    "About Faces," Santa Barbara Museum of Art

    "[dis]Oriented: Shifting Identities of Asian Women in America," Henry Street Settlement and Steinbaum Krauss Gallery, New York

    1994 "Memories of Childhood: so we're not the Cleavers or the Brady Bunch," Steinbaum Krauss Gallery, New York

    "Asia/America: Identities in Contemporary Asian AmericanArt," Asia Society Galleries, New York "Painting: An Asian American Perception," Marjorie Barrick Museum, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

    "New Voices 1994," Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College, Ohio

    1993 "Picasso to Christo: The Evolution of a Collection," Santa Barbara Museum of Art

    "43rd Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting," Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

    "In Transit," New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York

    "Twelve Bay Area Painters: The Eureka Fellowship Winners," San Jose Museum of Art, California

    "Redefining Self: 6 Asian Americans," San Jose State University Art Galleries, California

    1992 "In Plural America: Contemporary Journeys, Voices and Identities," Hudson River Museum of Westchester, Yonkers, New York

    "Society for the Education of Contemporary Art Award (SECA) 1992," San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

    "Counterweight: Alienation, Assimilation, Resistance," Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum, California

    1991 "Counter Colon-Ialismo," Centro Cultural de la Raza, San Diego

    "Mito y Magia en America: Los Ochenta," Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Monterrey, Mexico

    "Viewpoints: Eight Installations," Richmond Art Center, Richmond, California

    1990 "Precarious Links: Emily Jennings, Hung Liu and Celia Munoz," San Antonio Museum of Art, Lawndale Art and Performance Center, Houston


    Deborah Oropallo

    Born 1954, Hackensack, New Jersey

    Lives and works in Berkeley, California

    Education

    1983 M.F.A., University of California, Berkeley

    1982 M.A., University of California, Berkeley

    1979 B.F.A., Alfred University, Alfred, New York

    1975 Leo Marchutz School of Drawing and Painting, Aix-en-Provence, France

    Selected Solo Exhibitons

    1995 "Lessons," Stephen Wirtz Gallery, San Francisco

    1992 Weatherspoon Gallery, University of North Carolina, Greensboro

    1990 "Currents/Deborah Oropallo" Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

    "1990 Painting Award Exhibition," Artspace, San Francisco

    1988 Stephen Wirtz Gallery, San Francisco

    1987 Memorial Union Art Gallery, University of California, Davis

    Oropallo/Pijoan, Raab Gallery, Berlin, Germany

    1986 Stephen Wirtz Gallery, San Francisco

    Selected Group Exhibitions

    1995 "New Acquisitions," University Art Museum, Berkeley

    1994 "U.S.A. 'Within Limits,'" Documenta, Galleria de Arte, São Paulo, Brazil

    "Selections from the Anderson Collection," San Jose Museum of Art, California

    "Lyricism and Light," Palo Alto Cultural Center, California

    1993 "43rd Biennial Exhibiton of Contemporary American Painting,"

    Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

    "The Return of the Cadavre Exquis," Drawing Center, New York

    1992 "Somewhere Between Image and Text," Krakow Gallery, Boston

    "Corollaries of Apprehension," California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland

    "California: North and South," Aspen Art Museum, Colorado

    "Voices," Shea & Bornstein, Los Angeles

    1991 "Her Story," Oakland Museum, California

    "Cruciformed," Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Ohio

    "Contemporary Painting," Wake Forest University, Fine Arts Gallery, Winston-Salem, North Carolina

    1990 "Word As Image," Milwaukee Art Museum

    "Word As Symbols," Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut

    "Drinking and Driving," Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art

    "Crossing the Line: Word and Image in Art, 1960-1990," Montgomery Gallery, Pomona College, Pomona, California

    1989 "Whitney Biennial," Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

    "Bay Area: Fresh Views," San Jose Museum of Art

    "New Works," Capp Street Project, San Francisco

    1987 "Passages: A Survey of California Women Artists, 1945 to Present: Emerging California Women Artists," Fresno Art Museum

    "Oropallo/Pijoan," Raab Gallery, Berlin, Germany

    1986 "Emerging Artists: A Macedonia," Museo Italo Americano, San Francisco

    "Paravent: Extending the Range of Expression," Artspace, San Francisco


    Pepón Osorio

    Born 1955, Santurce, Puerto Rico

    Lives and works in New York

    Education

    1985 M.A., Columbia University, New York

    1978 B.S., Herbert H. Lehman College, New York

    1974 B.A., Universidad Inter-Americana, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico

    Selected Solo Exhibitions

    1995 "Project 5: Pepón Osorio -- Badge of Honor," Newark Museum, New Jersey

    1993 "Scene of the Crime (Whose Crime?)," Cleveland Institute of Art, Ohio

    1992 Atlantic Center for the Arts, Smyrna Beach, Florida

    Fleisher School of the Arts, Philadelphia

    Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia

    1991 CU Art Galleries, University of Colorado, Boulder

    "Con To' Los Hierros: A Retrospective of the Work of Pepón Osorio," El Museo del Barrio, New York

    Selected Group Exhibitions

    1995 "Art at the Edge: Social Turf," High Museum of Art, Atlanta

    1993 "1993 Biennial Exhibition," Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

    1992 "The Edge of Childhood," Heckscher Museum, Huntington, New York

    "Americas," Monasterio de Santa Clara, Seville, Spain

    "First Invasion: Contemporary Artists of the Caribbean," Galeria de la Raza, San Francisco

    1990 "The Decade Show," Museum of Hispanic Art, New Museum of Contemporary Art, Studio Museum in Harlem, New York

    1989 "Día de los Muertos II: Los Angelitos," Longwood Art Center, Bronx, New York

    1987 "The Sculpture Show," Longwood Art Center, Bronx, New York

    1986 "Caribbean Art/African Currents," Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Arts, New York

    1985 "Ocho artistas," Voluntariado de las Casas Reales, Santa Domingo, Dominican Republic


    Frank Romero

    Born 1941, East Los Angeles

    Lives and works in Los Angeles and Arroyo Seco, New Mexico

    Selected Solo Exhibitons

    1995 "Flores!: An exhibition of unique silkscreen monoprints," Alitash Kebede Gallery, Los Angeles

    "Some New Paintings," Robert Berman Gallery, Santa Monica

    "Lowrider: Vehicle for Expression: The Painting and Sculpture of Frank Romero," Mesa College Art Gallery, San Diego

    1993 "Chamacas, Grecas y Tumbas," Remba Gallery, Santa Monica

    1992 "Frank Romero at the Boathouse," Plaza de la Raza, Lincoln Park, California

    "Frank Romero! A Survey of Recent Work," Carnegie Art Museum, Oxnard

    1991 "Oil, Wood and Light," Robert Berman Gallery, Santa Monica

    1990 "An Exhibition of Paintings and Prints," Future Perfect Gallery, Los Angeles

    1989 Lizardi-Harp Gallery, Pasadena

    1988 "Cajas de Sombra," Lizardi-Harp Gallery, Pasadena

    1987 "Travels in Spain and Other Stories," Robert Berman Gallery, Santa Monica

    1986 "New Work," Karl Bornstein Gallery, Santa Monica

    Selected Group Exhibitions

    1995 "The Horse Show," Sylvia White Gallery, Santa Monica

    1994 "Los Four 20 Years After: Then (1974) and Now," Robert Berman Gallery, Santa Monica

    "Vehicles," California State University, Hayward

    "City Art," Millard Sheets Gallery, Los Angeles County Fairgrounds, Pomona, California

    "The Mystical in Art: Chicano Latino Painting," Carnegie Art Museum, Oxnard, California

    1993 "Then and Now: Chicano Art after CARA," Jansen Perez Gallery, San Antonio

    "Chicano/Chicana: Visceral Images," The Works Gallery, Costa Mesa, California

    1992 "Ojo Abierto/Open Eye," Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum

    "L.A. Drives Me Wild," Sherry Frumkin Gallery, Santa Monica

    "Bare Essentials," Couturier Gallery, Los Angeles

    "Mexican Traditions in Contemporary Chicano Art," Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, California

    "A Mexican Legacy," Riverside Museum of Art, California

    1991 "California Citiscapes," San Diego Museum of Art

    "Motion as Metaphor: The Automobile in Art," Virginia Beach Center for the Arts, Virginia

    1990 "Chicano Art: Resistance and Affirmation, 1965-1985," Wight Art Gallery, University of California, Los Angeles

    "Aquí y Allá," Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery and Centro Cultural Tijuana, México

    "Artists' Artists," Long Beach Museum of Art, California

    "Aquí Estamos y No Nos Vamos," University Art Gallery, California State University, San Bernardino

    1989 "American Pop Culture Today," Laforet Museum, Harajuku, Tokyo

    "Visions: An exhibit of Mexican and Chicano Art," Clark Humanities Museum, Scripps College, Claremont, California

    "Le Demon des Anges," Jallu du CRDC Nantes, France

    "Hispanic Art on Paper," Los Angeles County Museum of Art

    1988 "Frank Romero, Ibsen Espada, Jesús Bautista Morales," Janus Gallery, Santa Fe

    1987 "Hispanic Art in the United States," Museum of Fine Art, Houston

    "Los Angeles Today: Contemporary Visions," Amerika Haus, Berlin, Germany

    1986 "Chicano Expressions," INTAR Latin American Gallery, New York

    "Perspectives in Glass, Present," Craft and Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles

    1985 "Spectrum of Los Angeles: Neue Kunst aus California," Hartje Gallery, Frankfurt, Germany


    Roger Shimomura

    Born 1939, Seattle

    Lives and works in Lawrence, Kansas

    Education

    1969 M.F.A., Syracuse University, New York

    1968 Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

    1967 Stanford University, Palo Alto

    1964 Cornish School of Allied Arts, Seattle

    1961 B.A., University of Washington, Seattle

    Selected Solo Exhibitions

    1996 "Delayed Reactions," Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, Lawrence

    1995 Steinbaum Krauss Gallery, New York

    Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle

    1992 Cheney Cowles Museum, Spokane

    "A Billboard Project," Creative Time, New York

    Lewis-Clark State College, Lewiston, Idaho

    1991 Carnegie Arts Center, Leavenworth, Kansas

    1990 Gallery 181, Iowa State University, Ames

    1989 Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, New York

    Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia

    Loyola University, New Orleans

    1988 Cleveland State University Art Gallery

    Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle

    1986 University of Oregon Museum of Art, Eugene

    Whatcom Museum of History and Art, Bellingham, Washington

    Center for Contemporary Arts, Santa Fe

    Emporia State University, Emporia, Kansas

    Selected Group Exhibitions

    1994 "Elvis + Marilyn: 2 x Immortal," Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

    "Memories of Childhood," Steinbaum Krauss Gallery, New York

    "Yellow Potluck," Creative Time -- 42nd Street Development Project, installation and performance, New York

    1993 "The Art of Microsoft," Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle

    "We Count! The State of Asian Pacific America," Tweed Gallery at City Hall, New York

    "Multicultural Americana," Florida Community College at Jacksonville

    1992 "Relocations and Revisions: The Japanese-American Internment

    Reconsidered," Long Beach Museum of Art, California

    1991 "Syncretism: The Art of the XXI Century," Alternative Museum, New York

    Philbrook Art Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma

    Nelson-Atkins Museum, Kansas City, Missouri

    Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Indiana

    "Other Voices: Mediating Between Ethnic Traditions and the Modernist Mainstream," Baxter Gallery, Portland School of Art, Maine

    1990 "Midlands Invitational 1990: Painting and Sculpture," Joslyn Art

    Museum, Omaha, Nebraska

    American Academy Institute of Arts and Letters, New York

    Palm Springs Desert Museum, Palm Springs, California

    Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, West Virginia

    1989 National Building Museum, Washington, D.C.

    Grey Art Gallery, New York University, New York

    "Where Two Worlds Meet," Washington State University Museum of Art, Pullman

    1988 Center of Contemporary Art, Seattle

    Cheney Cowles Museum, Spokane

    "Alice, and Look Who Else, Through the Looking Glass," Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, New York

    Nelson-Atkins Museum, Kansas City, Missouri

    1987 "A Kansas Collection: A Harvest of the Best," National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C.

    The Public Art Space, Seattle Center House

    1985 University of Maryland, College Park

    Selected Performances

    1995 "Campfire Diary," Carmichael Auditorium, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

    1994 "Yellow No Same," Creative Time -- 42nd Street Development Project, New York

    "Campfire Diary," Walker Art Center, Minneapolis

    1993 "The Last Sensei," University of Kansas School of Fine Arts, Lawrence

    1989 "Make Rice Not War, Valeda Daze & K.I.K.E." (from "California Sushi"), Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, New York

    "California Sushi," Center for Contemporary Art, Seattle

    1988 "Make Rice, Not War" (from California Sushi"), The Bottleneck, Lawrence, Kansas

    1987 "Trans-Siberian Excerpts" and "Funky Odori," Grand Ballroom, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston

    1985 "Seven Kabuki Plays Project (excerpt)," Crafton-Peyer Theatre, University of Kansas, Lawrence


    Jaune Quick-to-See Smith

    Born 1940, Indian Mission (Flathead Tribe), St. Ignatius, Montana

    Lives and works in Corrales, New Mexico

    Education

    1980 M.A., Art, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque

    1976 B.A., Art Education, Framingham State College, Massachusetts

    Selected Solo Exhibitions

    1995 Steinbaum Krauss Gallery, New York

    1994 Jan Cicero Gallery, Chicago

    Santa Fe Institute of Fine Arts

    LewAllen Gallery, Santa Fe

    1993 "Parameters #9: Jaune Quick-to-See Smith," Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, Virginia

    Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar, Virginia

    1991 Anne Reed Gallery, Sun Valley, Idaho

    1990 Lawrence Art Center, Lawrence, Kansas

    Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, New York

    1989 California State University, Long Beach

    Cambridge Multi-Cultural Art Center, Cambridge, Massachusetts

    1988 Marilyn Butler Gallery, Santa Fe

    1986 Yellowstone Art Center, Billings, Montana

    1985 Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, New York

    Selected Group Exhibitions

    1995 "Art at the Edge: Social Turf," High Museum of Art, Atlanta

    "Old Glory, New Story: Flagging of the 21st Century," Capp Street Project, San Francisco

    "Indian Humor," organized by the American Indian Contemporary Arts, San Francisco

    1994 "Current Identities: Recent Paintings in the United States," Aljira

    Center for Contemporary Art, Newark, New Jersey (traveled internationally throughout Latin America)

    "Memories of Childhood . . . so we're not the Cleavers or the Brady Bunch," Steinbaum Krauss Gallery, New York

    "Cultural Signs in Contemporary Native American Art," Herbert F. Johnson Museum, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

    1993 "Into the Forefront: American Indian Art in the 20th Century," Denver Art Museum

    "For the Seventh Generation: Native Americans Counter the Quincentenary," Art in General, New York

    "Narratives of Loss: The Displaced Body," University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

    1992 "Counter Colonialismo," Centro Cultural Tijuana, Mexico

    "Decolonializing the Mind," Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle

    "In Plural America: Contemporary Journeys, Voices and Identities," Hudson River Museum of Westchester, Yonkers, New York

    "Shared Vision: Native American Sculptors and Painters in the Twentieth Century," Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona

    1991 "Encuentro: Invasion of the Americas and the Making of the Mestizo," Artes de Mexico, Venice, California

    "Myth and Magic in the Americas," Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Monterrey, Mexico

    "Other Voices: Mediating Between the Ethnic Traditions and the Modernist Mainstream," Baxter Gallery, Portland Museum of Art, Maine

    1990 "Menagerie," Museum of Modern Art, New York

    "The Decade Show," New Museum of Contemporary Art, Studio Museum in Harlem, Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, New York

    1989 "Beyond Survival: Old Frontiers/New Visions," Ceres Gallery, New York

    1988 "Cultural Currents," San Diego Museum of Art

    "Committed to Print," Museum of Modern Art, New York

    "Alice, and Look Who Else, Through the Looking Glass," Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, New York

    1987 "Motion and Arrested Motion," Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, Virginia

    "Contemporary Native American Artists," Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Indiana

    "Connections Project/Conexus," Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art, New York

    1986 "American Women in Art: Works on Paper -- An American Album," Nairobi, Kenya

    "Whoa! Contemporary Art of the Southwest," Tampa Museum of Art, Florida

    "Visible/Invisible," Palo Alto Cultural Center, California

    1985 "Cowboys and Indians, Common Ground," Lock Haven Art Center, Orlando, Florida

    "New Ideas from Old Traditions," Yellowstone Art Center, Billings, Montana

    "Women of Sweetgrass, Cedar and Sage: Contemporary Art by Native-American Women," American Indian Community House (AICH), New York


    Renée Stout

    Born 1958, Junction City, Kansas

    Lives and works in Washington, D.C.

    Education

    1980 B.F.A., Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh

    Selected Solo Exhibitions

    1995 "'Dear Robert, I'll See You at the Crossroads': A Project by Renée Stout," University Art Museum, University of California, Santa Barbara

    1992 Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

    1991 B. R. Kornblatt Gallery, Washington, D.C.

    1987 Chapel Gallery, Mount Vernon College, Washington, D.C.

    Selected Group Exhibitions

    1994 "Mujeres de Poder/Women of Power," Fondo del Sol, Washington, D.C.

    "Luxor v1.0: An Interactive Installation by Y. David Chung, Matt Dibble, and Renée Stout," Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

    1993 "Free Within Ourselves: African-American Art in the Collection of the National Museum of American Art," National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. (Now the Smithsonian American Art Museum)

    "Astonishment and Power: Kongo Minkisi and a New World Resonance," National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

    1992 "Homeplace," Henry Street Settlement, New York

    "Houses of Spirit/Memories of Ancestors," Woodlawn Cemetery, Bronx, New York

    "Migrations of Meaning," INTAR Hispanic American Arts Center, New York

    "Present Tense," University of Wisconsin -- Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee

    "Sites of Recollection: Four Altars and a Rap Opera," Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, Massachusetts

    1991 "SITEseeing Travel and Tourism in American Art," Whitney Museum of American Art Downtown at Federal Reserve Plaza, New York

    "Power and Spirit," Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, D.C.

    1990 "Gathered Visions," Anacostia Museum, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

    1989 "Black Art: Ancestral Legacy," Dallas Museum of Art

    1988 "New Directions," Marie Martin Gallery, Washington, D.C.

    1987 Carlow College, Pittsburgh

    1986 Wayland House Gallery, Washington, D.C.

    Martin Luther King Public Library, Washington, D.C.

    1985 "Black Creativity," Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago

    Massachusetts College of Art, Boston


    Mark Tansey

    Born 1949, San Jose, California

    Lives and works in New York City

    Education

    1978 M.F.A., Painting, Hunter College, New York

    1974 Harvard Summer Session, Institute of Arts Administration, Cambridge, Massachusetts

    Selected Solo Exhibitions

    1995 "Borders," Galleri Faurschou, Copenhagen, Denmark

    1993 "28 Pictures," Curt Marcus Gallery, New York

    Los Angeles County Museum of Art

    1990 "Art and Source," Seattle Art Museum

    1987 Curt Marcus Gallery, New York

    1986 Curt Marcus Gallery, New York

    1985 Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston

    Selected Group Exhibitions

    1995 Group Show, Curt Marcus Gallery, New York

    1994 "Mountains of the Mind," Aspen Art Museum, Colorado

    "Visions of America: Landscape as Metaphor in the Late Twentieth Century," Denver Art Museum and Columbus Museum of Art, Ohio

    "Connections -- Mark Tansey," Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

    1993 "Brief Encounters: Meetings in Art," Grey Art Gallery, New York University, New York

    "I am The Enunciator," Thread Waxing Space, New York

    1992 "Quotations: The Second History of Art," Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut

    "Photography Reproduction Production: The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Representation," Suzanne Lemberg Usdan Gallery, Bennington College, Vermont

    "The Word-Image in Contemporary Art," James Howe Gallery, Kean College of New Jersey, Union

    1991 "1991 Biennial Exhibition," Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

    1990 "The Charade of Mastery: Deciphering Modernism in Contemporary Art," Whitney Museum of American Art Downtown, New York

    "Harmony and Discord: American Landscape Painting Today," Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond

    "Vertigo," Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris, France

    "Color and/or Monochrome," National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

    1989 "Romance & Irony in Recent American Art," Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth

    "Image World: Art and Media Culture," Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

    "10 + 10: Contemporary Soviet & American Painters," Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

    1988 "Classical Myth & Imagery in Contemporary Art," Queens Museum, New York

    "American Art Today: Narrative Painting," Art Museum at Florida International University, Miami

    1987 "Morality Tales: History Painting in the 1980s," Grey Art Gallery, New York University, New York

    "Documenta 8," Museum Fridericianum, Kassel, Germany

    "Contemporary Diptychs: Divided Visions," Whitney Museum of American Art, Stamford, Connecticut; Whitney Museum of American Art at Equitable Center, New York

    "Avant-Garde in the Eighties," Los Angeles County Museum of Art

    "Tragic and Timeless Today: Contemporary History Painting," Gallery 400, University of Illinois, Chicago

    1986 "Correspondences: New York Art Now," Tsuromoto Room, Tokyo

    "Second Sight: Biennial IV," San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

    "Figure as Subject: The Last Decade," Whitney Museum of American Art at Equitable Center, New York

    "Aperto 86," Corderie at the Arsenal, Venice Biennale, Italy

    "The Window in 20th Century Art," Neuberger Museum, State University of New York, Purchase; Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston

    1985 "Figure in 20th-Century American Art," Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York