Bearing Witness: Contemporary Works by African American Women Artists

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Entries that are asterisked do not appear in the Exhibition.
AMALIA AMAKI
FAN SERIES: OVERCOME EVIL WITH GOODpage 2
SOUVENIR GAZE #2page 114
NUMBER I FAN #2page 115
EMMA AMOS
HAVE FAITHpage 8
CAMILLE, REMEMBER MEpage 46
ELIZABETH CATLETT, INDIA AND EMMApage 46
MEASURING MEASURINGpage 116
TIGHTROPEpage 117
THOMAS BALL
EMANCIPATIONpage 99*
HILDA WILKINSON BROWN
3RD AND RHODE ISLAND, LEDROIT PARKpage 71*
BEVERLY BUCHANAN
4 SHACKS WITH BLACK-EYED SUSANSpage 118
BLUE LIGHTNINGpage 119
SELMA H. BURKE
TEMPTATIONpage 68*
NANETTE CARTER
WINDOW VIEW-SCAPEOLOGY #9page 120
WINDOW VIEW-SCAPEOLOGY #3page 121
ELIZABETH CATLETT
SHARECROPPERpage 38*
HOMAGE TO MY YOUNG BLACK SISTERSpage 40*
HARRIETpage 43*
NORMApage 122
WEBBED WOMANpage 123
SARAH MAPPS DOUGLASS
THE ROSEpage 50*
ROBERT S. DUNCANSON
UNCLE TOM & LITTLE EVApage 100*
DANIEL CHESTER FRENCH
AFRICApage 105*
META VAUX WARRICK FULLER
THE AWAKENING OF ETHIOPIApages 57, 104*
THE TALKING SKULLpage 58*
MAREN HASSINGER
WEIGHT OF DREAMS #2page 124
WEIGHT OF DREAMSpage 125
FREIDA HIGH
RETURNING TO THE DOOR OF NO RETURNpage 128
CHARNELLE HOLLOWAY
WOMAN'S ARKpage 126
FERTILITY BELT FOR THE CAREER WOMANpage 127
VARNETTE P. HONEYWOOD
THE CAREGIVERpage 129
LOIS MAILOU JONES
INDIAN SHOPS, GAY HEADpage 69*
THE ASCENT OF ETHIOPIApage 107*
CHANSON D'BAHIApage 130
SIMBI, HAITIpage 131
STEPHANIE JOHNSON
A BOUQUETpage 132
. . . WHEN WE SAY GOODBYE
IN MEMORY OF BROTHER LARRYpage 133
JEAN LACY
PRAYER FOR THE RESURRECTION OF A
ROW HOUSE IN BALTIMOREpage 134
NOAH (BERT WILLIAMS/BILL "BOJANGLES" ROBINSON)page 135
MARY EDMONIA LEWIS
FOREVER FREEpages 53, 98*
HAGARpage 102*
THE DEATH OF CLEOPATRApage 103*

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Dedication 5
  • Acknowledgments 5
  • Contents 7
  • Preface 9
  • Foreword 11
  • The Visual Education of Spelman Women 12
  • Notes 13
  • Passages - A Curatorial Viewpoint 15
  • Notes 36
  • Warrior Women: Art as Resistance 39
  • Notes 47
  • Triumphant Determination: the Legacy of African American Women Artists 49
  • Notes 78
  • African American Women Artists - Into the Twenty-First Century 83
  • Notes 93
  • Hagar's Daughters: Social History, Cultural Heritage, and Afro-U.S. Women's Art 95
  • Notes 108
  • Illustrations and Biographies 113
  • Afterword 161
  • Chronology 162
  • Selected Bibliography 165
  • List of Illustrations 172
  • Index 174
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