Sprüth Magers Berlin London
Monographs and Solo Exhibition Catalogues

2016 Smith, Tracy K., William M. Griswold, Reto Thüring, Beau Rutland, Kara Walker, John Landdowne. The Ecstasy of St. Kara. Cleveland: Cleveland Museum of Art, 2016.

2015 Walker, Kara Elizabeth, and Rachel Taylor. Kara Walker | Norma. Manchester: Cornerhouse Publications, 2015.

2013 Als, Hilton, James Hannaham, Christopher Stackhouse, Kevin Young, and Kara Walker. Kara Walker: Dust Jackets for the Niggerati. New York: Gregory R. Miller & Co., 2013. Egan, Shannon. Kara Walker: Harper's Pictorial History of the Civil War (annotated). Gettysburg, PA: Schmucker Art Gallery, 2013. (brochure)

2013 Kunzru, Hari. Kara Walker: We at Camden Arts Centre are Exceedingly Proud to Present an Exhibition of Capable Artworks by The Notable Hand of the Celebrated American, ex. cat, Kara Elizabeth Walker, Negress. London: Camden Arts Centre, 2013. Print.

2012 Cohen, Kris. Kara Walker: More & Less. Portland, OR: Reed College, 2012. (brochure)

2012 Young, Elizabeth. Kara Walker: Harper's Pictorial History of the Civil War (Annotated).

2012 South Hadley, MA: Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, 2012. (exh. cat.)

2011 Vergne, Philippe, Katarszyna Bojarska, and Steel Stillman. Kara Walker: Fall Frum Grace, Miss Pipi's Blue Tale, Six Miles from Springfield on the Franklin Road, ...calling to Me from the Angry Surface of Some Grey and Threatening Sea, 8 Possible Beginnings or The Creation of African-America, a Moving Picture by Kara E. Walker, Testimony: Narrative of a Negress Burdened by Good Intentions. Ed. Milada Slizinska. Warsaw: Centrum Sztuki Wspolczesnej Zamek Ujazdowski, 2011. (exh. cat.)

2011 Walker, Kara Elizabeth, Olga Gambari, and Richard Flood. Kara Walker: A Negress of Noteworthy Talent. Torino: Fondazione Merz, 2011. (exh. cat.)

2008 Kara Walker: The Black Road. Málaga, Spain: CAC Málaga, Centro de Arte Contemporáneo de Málaga, 2008. [ISBN 978-84-96159-67-9] (exh. cat.)

2008 Kara Walker: Bureau of Refugees. Milan and New York: Charta and Sikkema Jenkins & Co., 2008. [ISBN 978-88-8158-686-8] (exh. cat.)

2007 Vergne, Philippe, and Sander L. Gilman, Kara Walker: My Complement, My Enemy, My Oppressor, My Love. Minneapolis: Walker Art Center, 2007. [ISBN 978-0-935640-86-1] (exh. cat.)

2007 Walker, Kara. Kara Walker: After the Deluge. New York: Rizzoli, 2007. (exh. cat.)

2004 Grub for Sharks: A Concession to the Negro Populace. Liverpool, UK: Tate Liverpool, 2004. (brochure)

2004 Shaw, Gwendolyn Dubois. Seeing the Unspeakable: The Art of Kara Walker. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2004. [ISBN: 0 8223-3396-1]

2003 Berry, Ian, Darby English, Vivian Patterson, and Mark Reinhardt, eds. Kara Walker: Narratives of a Negress. New York, Sarasota Springs, NY and Williamstown, MA: Rizzoli, The Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College and Williams College, 2003. [ISBN 0-262-02540-X] (exh. cat.)

2002 Ackermann, Marion, Dr. Arianne Grigoteit, Friedhelm Hutte, and Edna Moshenson. Kara Walker. Frankfurt am Main, Germany: Deutsche Bank AG, 2002. (exh. cat.)

2002 Berg, Stephan, Silke Boerma, Robert Hobbs, and Eungie Joo. Kara Walker. Hannover, Germany: Kunstverein Hannover, 2002. [ISBN 3-922675-84-0] (exh. cat.)

2002 Dixon, Annette, Thelma Golden, Robert F. Reid-Pharr, and James Christen Steward. Kara Walker: Pictures from Another Time. Ed. Karen Goldbaum. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Museum of Art, 2002. [ISBN 1-891024-50-7] (exh. cat.)

2002 Hobbs, Robert. Kara Walker, Slavery! Slavery!. São Paulo: 25th International Bienal of São Paulo, 2002. (exh. cat.)

2000 Fleming, Jeff. “Kara Walker: Fantasies of Disbelief.” Kara Walker. Des Moines, IA: Des Moines Art Center, 2000. (brochure)

1999 Rinder, Lawrence. “An Interview with Kara Walker.” Capp Street Project: Kara Walker. Oakland, CA: California College of Arts and Crafts, 1999. (brochure)

1997 Alberro, Alexander, and Gary Garrels. Kara Walker, Upon My Many Masters - An Outline. San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 1997. (exh. cat.)

1997 Walker, Kara. Freedom, A Fable, A Curious Interpretation of the Wit of a Negress in Troubled Times. Peter Norton Christmas Project, 1997. [text and illustration by Kara Walker]

1997 Walker, Kara. Kara Walker. Chicago: The Renaissance Society, 1997. [design and text by Kara Walker] (exh. cat.)

Selected Books and Group Exhibition Catalogues

2017 Quinn, Bridget. Broad Strokes: 15 Women Who Made Art and Made History, in That Order. San Francisco: Chronicle, 2017.

2017 Boothe, Berrisford, and Moe Brooker. Constructing Identity: Petrucci Family Foundation

2017 Collection of African-American Art. Portland, OR: Portland Art Museum, Oregon, 2017.

2016 Price, Marshall N. A Material Legacy: The Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Collection of Contemporary Art. Durham, NC: Duke UP, 2016.

2016 The Conversation Continues: Highlights from the James Cottrell and Joseph Lovett collection. Orlando: Orlando Museum of Art, 2016: 58.

2015 Reilly, Maura, ed. Women Artists: The Linda Nochlin Reader. London: Thames & Hudson, 2015. 31-33.

2015 Beyond Black and White: Selections from the Permanent Collection, ex. cat. Hamilton, NY: Picker Art Gallery, Colgate University, 2015.

2015 Galpin, Amy, Abigail R. Goodman, and Malcolm Rogers. Art for Rollins: The Alfond Collection of Contemporary Art. Vol. 2. Winter Park: Cornell Fine Arts Museum, 2015.

2015 Groos, Ulrike, Sven Beckstete, and Markus Müller. I Got Rhythm: Kunst und Jazz Seit 1920/Art and Jazz Since 1920. Stuttgart: Kunstmuseum Stuttgart/Munich: Pestel, 2015.

2015 Heyler, Joanne, ed. The Broad Collection. Los Angeles: Broad, 2015.

2015 Ligon, Glenn, Francesco Manacorda, Alex Farquharson, and Gregg Bordowitz. Encounters and Collisions. London: Nottingham Contemporary and Tate, 2015.

2015 Malbert, Roger. Drawing People: The Human Figure in Contemporary Art. London: Thames & Hudson, 2015.

2015 Miller, Dana, and Adam D. Weinberg. Whitney Museum of American Art: Handbook of the Collection. New York City: Whitney Museum of American Art, 2015.

2015 Schwartz, Alexandra. Come as You Are: Art of the 1990s. Montclair: Montclair Art Museum and the U of California, 2015.

2015 Siegel, Katy. “The heroine Paint” After Frankenthaler. New York: Gagosian, 2015.

2014 Grovier, Kelly. 100 Works of Art That Will Define Our Age. London: Thames & Hudson, 2013.

2014 Kalb, Peter R. Art since 1980: Charting the Contemporary. Upper Saddle River: Pearson, 2014.

2014 Shaw, Gwendolyn DuBois, and Richard J. Powell. Represent: 200 Years of African American Art in the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2014. Print.

2013 Albert, Karen T., and Beth E. Leventhal. We Hold These Truths.... Hempstead, NY: Hofstra University Museum, 2013. 34-37. (exh. cat.)

2013 Cozzolino, Robert, and Glenn Adamson. The Female Gaze: Women Artists Making Their World. New York: Hudson Hills, 2013. (exh. cat.)

2013 D’Acosta, Sema. Nunca Jamás: Historias De Niños Para Adultos. Seville: La Fundación Valentín De Madariaga Y Oya, 2013. (exh. cat.)

2013 French, Jade, ed. Let's Start a Pussy Riot. London: Rough Trade, 2013. 144-47.

2013 Heartney, Eleanor, Helaine Posner, Nancy Princenthal, and Sue Scott. The Reckoning: Women Artists of the New Millennium. New York: Prestel Verlag, 2013.

2013 Le, Nam, Joa Ljungberg, and Andreas Nilsson. Tala Madani: Rip Image. London: Moderna Museet and Koenig, 2013. 14.

2013 Saunders, Gill, and Zoé Whitley. In Black and White: Prints from Africa and the Diaspora. London: Victoria and Albert Museum, 2013.

2013 Walker, Kara Elizabeth. Kara Walker Dust Jackets for the Niggerati. Ed. Joanna Ahlberg. New York, NY: Miller, 2013.

2012 Corridan, Fiona, and Natasha Howes. The First Cut; Paper at the Cutting Edge. Manchester, England: Manchester Art Gallery, 2012. Print. (exh. cat.)

2012 Findlay, Michael. The Value of Art: Money, Power, Beauty. Munich: Prestel, 2012. 182. Print.

2012 Getlein, Mark. Living with Art. San Francisco: McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2012. Print.

2012 McCabe Ibel, Rebecca. Teasers: Selected Works from the Pizzuti Collection by Women Artists. Columbus, OH: Pizzuti, 2012. Print. (exh. cat.)

2012 Museum Moderner. Histories of the Colonial. Vienna, Austria: Museum Moderner, 2012. Print. (exh. cat.)

2012 Saint Louis Art Museum. Focus on the Collection: Harper’s Pictorial History of the Civil War (Annotated) Gallery 321 [Celebrate African American Art]. Saint Louis: Saint Louis Art Museum, 2012. (gallery guide)

2012 Simpson, Bennett. Blues for Smoke. Los Angeles: Museum of Contemporary Art, 2012. Print. (exh. cat.)

2012 Stayton, Kevin. Collecting for the Future: A Decade of Acquisition Highlights. Brooklyn, NY: Brooklyn Museum, 2012. Print.

2012 Vienna Art Week 2012. Predicting Memories. Vienna: Vienna Art Week, 2012. Print.

2011 Adams, Laurie. Art across Time. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2011.

2011 Adler, Phoebe, and Duncan McCorquodale. Contemporary Art in North America. London: Black Dog Publishing, 2011. Print.

2011 Alexander, M. Darsie, John Brinckerhoff Jackson, Andy Sturdevant, and Camille Washington. The Spectacular of Vernacular. Minneapolis: Walker Art Center, 2011. 64- 65. Print. (exh. cat.)

2011 Armstrong, Julie B. Mary Turner and the Memory of Lynching. Athens: University of Georgia, 2011.

2011 Art Works: Deutsche Bank Collection Group Head Office, Frankfurt. Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz Verlag, 2011.

2011 Art & Agenda: Political Art and Activism. Berlin: Gestalten, 2011. 278-81.

2011 Brundage, W. Fitzhugh. "African American Artists Interpret the Civil War in a Post-Soul Age." Remixing the Civil War: Meditations on the Sesquicentennial. Ed. Thomas J. Brown. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2011. 156-79.

2011 Ellenbogen, Josh, and Aaron Tugendhaft. Idol Anxiety. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2011. Print.

2011 Finger, Brad, and Christine Weidemann. "Kara Walker." 50 Contemporary Artists You Should Know. Munich: Prestel, 2011. 142-45.

2011 Hilty, Greg, and Alona Pardo. Watch Me Move: The Animation Show. London: Merrell, 2011. 162. Print. (exh. cat.)

2011 Kertess, Klaus. Seen, Written: Selected Essays. New York: Gregory R. Miller & Co., 2011.

2011 Miller, Dana, Donna de Salvo, and Joseph Giovannini. Legacy: The Emily Fisher Landau Collection. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 2011. Print. (exh. cat.)

2011 Nickas, Bob. "1994 - Kara Walker - Gone, An Historical Romance of a Civil War as It Occurred between the Dusky Thighs of One Young Negress and Her Heart." Defining Contemporary Art - 25 Years in 200 Pivotal Artworks. London: Phaidon, 2011. 166-67.

2011 Noyes Platt, Susan. Art and Politics Now: Cultural Activism in a Time of Crisis. New York: Midmarch Arts, 2011.

2010 40 Jahre Gegenwart. Frankfurt Am Main: Deutsche Bank, 2010.

2010 At the Turn of the Centuries: The Influence of Early 20th Century Book Arts On Contemporary Artists' Books. New Haven: Jenny press, 2010.

2010 Crosman, Christopher, Emily D. Shapiro, and William C. Agee. Celebrating the American Spirit: Masterworks from Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Bentonville, AR: Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, 2011. 303. (exh. cat.)

2010 Desai, Dipti, Jessica Hamlin, and Rachel Mattson. History as Art, Art as History: Contemporary Art and Social Studies Education. New York: Routledge, 2010.

2010 “De Lo Posmoderno A Lo Posnegro: Apropiacion, Humor Negro Y Dobles Negaciones." Afro Modern: Journeys through the Black Atlantic. London: Tate Liverpool, 2010. 169. (exh. guide)

2010 Getlein, Mark. Living with Art. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2010.

2010 Glenum, Lara, and Arielle Greenberg. "Gurlesque: The Visual Arts." Gurlesque: the New Grrly, Grotesque, Burlesque Poetics. Ardmore, PA: Saturnalia, 2010. 140-41.

2010 Grechi, Giulia. "If This Is What Is inside of Me, Then Nobody Is Safe. The Embodied Representation between Colonial Stereotypes and Contemporary Art: Kara Walker." Beyond Ethnographic Writing. Rome: Armando, 2010. eBook.

2010 Harrison, Colin. American Culture in the 1990s. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2010.

2010 Hiromoto, Nobuyuki, comp. Global New Art: Taguchi Art Collection #01. Tokyo: Bijutsu, 2010.

2010 Hoffmann, Jens, ed. Huckleberry Finn. San Francisco: California College of the Arts, 2010. (exh. cat.)

2010 In Context. Johannesburg: Goodman Gallery, 2010. (exh. cat.)

2010 King, Sarah S., ed. The Dissolve. Santa Fe: Site Santa Fe, 2010.

2010 Lavin, Maud. Push Comes to Shove. Cambridge: MIT, 2010.

2010 McDonnell, Patricia, and Emily Stamey. Art of Our Time: Selections from the Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita State University. Seattle: University of Washington, 2010. (exh. cat.)

2010 Nesbitt, Judith, ed. Chris Ofili. London: Tate, 2010.

2010 Re:collection: Selected Works from the Studio Museum in Harlem. New York: Studio Museum in Harlem, 2010. (exh. cat.)

2010 Tate Trustees by Tate Liverpool. Afro Modern; Journeys Through the Black Atlantic. Liverpool: Tate Trustees by Tate Liverpool, 2010. (exh. cat.)

2010 Walker, Kara. My First New York: Early Adventures in The Big City. New York: New York Magazine, 2010.

2010 Wallace, Miranda, ed. 21st Century: Art in the First Decade. South Brisbane: Queensland Art Gallery, 2010. (exh. cat.)

2009 A Guest + A Host = A Ghost. Athens, Greece: Deste Foundation, 2009. [ISBN 978-0- 9818369-8-0] (exh. cat.)

2009 Colombo, Paolo, and Sean Kissane. In Praise of Shadows. Milano: Charta, 2009. 114-131. Print. (exh. cat.)

2009 D’Alton, Martina, ed. Slash: Paper Under the Knife. Milan and New York: 5 Continents and Museum of Arts and Design, 2009. (exh. cat.)

2009 Franklin, John Hope, and Alvia J. Wardlaw. Collecting African American Art. Houston and New Haven: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and Yale University Press, 2009.

2009 Furness, Rosalind, ed. Frieze Projects & Frieze Talks 2006-2008. London: Frieze, 2009.

2009 Kennedy, Brian P., and Emily Shubert Burke. eds. Modern and Contemporary Art at Dartmouth: Highlights from the Hood Museum of Art. Hanover, NH and Lebanon, NH: Hood and University Press of New England, 2009. (exh. cat.)

2009 McSweeney’s, eds. More Things Like This: 289 Drawings with Funny Words also on the Same Drawings. San Francisco: Chronicle, 2009.

2009 Tallman, Susan, and Deborah Wye. 200 Artworks, 25 Years: Artists' Editions for Parkett. Zürich, New York: Parkett, 2009.

2009 Walker, Kara. “2008, November 4.” A New Literary History of America. Cambridge, MA: Belknap, 2009. 1045-1050. [ISBN: 978-0 674-03594-2] [contribution by Kara Walker]

2009 Zilch, Harriet, and Angela Lohrey. eds. El Dorado. Über das Versprechen der Menschenrechte. Bielefeld: Kerber, 2009. (exh. cat.)

2008 “100 Meisterwerke Zeitgenossischer Kunst.” Stations. Monopol: Dumont, 2008. [ISBN 978-3-8321-9059-0]

2008 Black Womanhood: Images, Icons, and Ideologies of the African Body. Hanover, NH: Dartmouth College, 2008. [ISBN 978 0 295098770 5] (exh. cat.)

2008 Broad Contemporary Art Museum (BCAM) at LACMA 2008. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 2008. 147. [ISBN 978-0-87587-197-4] (exh. cat.)

2008 Carpio, Glenda R. Laughing Fit to Kill: Black Humor in the Fictions of Slavery. London: Oxford University Press, 2008.

2008 Cinema Remixed and Reloaded: Black Women Artists and the Moving Image since 1970. Atlanta, GA: The Spelman College Museum of Fine Art, 2008. [ISBN 9780295988641] (exh. cat.)

2008 Earle, Susan. Aaron Douglas, African American Modernist. Lawrence, KS: Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, 2008. [ISBN 9780300121803]

2008 Förlust/Loss. Knislinge, Sweden: WANÅS Foundation, 2008. [ISBN 978-91-973972-9-2] (exh. cat.)

2008 Heartney, Eleanor. Art & Today. New York and London: Phaidon, 2008. [ISBN: 9780714845142]

2008 Hoffus, Stephen G., and Angela D. Mack, Landscape of Slavery. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 2008. [ISBN 978-1-57003-7191]

2008 Holzwarth, Hans Werner, ed. ART NOW 3. Cologne: Taschen, 2008. [ISBN 978-3-8365- 0511-6]

2008 Juncosa, Enrique. “Black Eyes.” In Praise of Shadows. Dublin, Ireland: Irish Museum of Modern Art, 2008. [ISBN 978-88-8158 714 8] (exh. cat.)

2008 Juncosa, Enrique. Order. Desire. Light.: An Exhibition of Contemporary Drawings. Dublin, Ireland: Irish Museum of Modern Art, 2008. [ISBN: 9781-903811-90-0] (exh. cat.)

2008 Kamps, Toby, Michael Duncan, and Colleen Sheehy. The Old Weird America: Folk Themes in Contemporary Art. Houston: Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, 2008. [ISBN 978-1-933619-12-5] (exh. cat.)

2008 Kent, Sarah, and Christopher Sharp. Demons, Yarns & Tales: Tapestries by Contemporary Artists. New York: Damiani, 2008. (exh. cat.)

2008 Lewis, Richard, and Susan I. Lewis, The Power of Art. 2nd ed. Belmont, CA: Thomson Wadsworth Publishing, 2008. [ISBN 13-978 0-534-64103-0]

2008 Schaffner, Ingrid, and Carin Kuoni. The Puppet Show. Philadelphia: Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, 2008. [ISBN 9780884541134] (exh. cat.)

2008 This is Not to be Looked At: Highlights from the Permanent Collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. Los Angeles: Museum of Contemporary Art, 2008. [ISBN: 978-1-933751-07-8] (exh. cat.)

2007 Anastas, Rhea, and Michael Brenson, Witness to her Art. Annandale-on-Hudson, NY: Bard College, 2007. [ISBN: 1-931-493-55-3]

Badia, Montse. Fantasmagoria. Madrid: Fundacion ICO, 2007. [ISBN: 9788493468460] (exh. cat.)

2007 Betti, Claudia, and Teel Sale. Drawing: A Contemporary Approach. Belmont, CA: Thomson Wadsworth Publishing, 2007. [ISBN 0 495-09491-9]

2007 Bishop, Janet. Take 2: Women Revisiting Art History. Oakland: Mills College Art Museum, 2007. (exh. cat.)

2007 Bishop, Philip E. "The Contemporary Spirit." Adventures in the Human Spirit. 6th ed. Upper Saddle River: Prentice Hall, 2007. 442.

2007 Contemporary, Cool and Collected. Charlotte, NC: The Mint Museum of Art, 2007. [ISBN 978-0-9762300-3-8] (exh. cat.)

2007 Don’t Look: Contemporary Drawings from an Alumna’s Collection (Martina Yamin, class of 1958). Wellesley, MA: Davis Museum and Cultural Center, 2007. (exh. cat.)

2007 English, Darby. How to See a Work of Art in Total Darkness. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2007. [ISBN 978-0-262-05083-8]

2007 Geopolitics of the Animation. Vigo, Spain: Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporaneo, Museo de Arte Contemporanea de Vigo, 2007. (exh. cat.)

2007 Momentary Momentum: Animated Drawings. London: Parasol Unit Foundation for Contemporary Art, 2007. [ISBN 9783905770599] (exh. cat.)

2007 Moos, David, Michelle Jacques, and Ben Portis. Wallworks: Contemporary Artists and Place. Ontario: Art Gallery of Ontario, 2007. 24. [ISBN: 978-1-894243-53-7]

2007 Once upon a time there was a King: The Contemporary Fable. Benevento, Italy: Arcos: Museo d’arte contemporanea Sannio, 2007. [ISBN 88-370-4969-2] (exh. cat.)

2007 Reilly, Maura, and Linda Nochlin, Global Feminisms: New Directions in Contemporary Art. New York and Wellesley, MA: Brooklyn Museum, Davis Museum and Merrell Publishers Ltd., 2007. [ISBN: 978-1-8589-4390-9] (exh. cat.)

2007 Segal, Richard D., and Monica M. Contemporary Realism: The Seavest Collection. Portland, OR: Collectors Press, 2007. [ISBN: 1 933112-37-9]

2007 Stallings, Tyler, and Amelia Jones. Domestic Departures. Fullerton, CA: California State Fullerton Grand Central Art Center, 2007. [ISBN 978-0-935314-97-71SB] (exh. cat.)

2007 Momentary Momentum: Animated Drawings. London: Parasol Unit Foundation for Contemporary Art, 2007. [ISBN 9783905770599] (exh. cat.)

2007 Moos, David, Michelle Jacques, and Ben Portis. Wallworks: Contemporary Artists and Place. Ontario: Art Gallery of Ontario, 2007. 24. [ISBN: 978-1-894243-53-7]

2007 Once upon a time there was a King: The Contemporary Fable. Benevento, Italy: Arcos: Museo d’arte contemporanea Sannio, 2007. [ISBN 88-370-4969-2] (exh. cat.)

2007 Reilly, Maura, and Linda Nochlin, Global Feminisms: New Directions in Contemporary Art. New York and Wellesley, MA: Brooklyn Museum, Davis Museum and Merrell Publishers Ltd., 2007. [ISBN: 978-1-8589-4390-9] (exh. cat.)

2007 Segal, Richard D., and Monica M. Contemporary Realism: The Seavest Collection. Portland, OR: Collectors Press, 2007. [ISBN: 1 933112-37-9]

2007 Stallings, Tyler, and Amelia Jones. Domestic Departures. Fullerton, CA: California State Fullerton Grand Central Art Center, 2007. [ISBN 978-0-935314-97-71SB] (exh. cat.)

2006 All the Best: The Deutsche Bank Collection and Zaha Hadid. Singapore: The Singapore Art Museum, 2006.

2006 Brewinska, Maria. Black Alphabet – contexts of Contemporary African American Art. Warsaw: Zacheta Narodowa Galeria Sztuki, 2006. (exh. cat.)

2006 Brooke, Sandy. Drawing as Expression. Upper Saddle River: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006. 67. [ISBN: 0-13-194005-8]

2006 Bryson, Norman, Alison M. Gingeras, and Dave Eggers. John Currin, New York: Gagosian Gallery and Rizzoli, 2006. 23-26. [ISBN: 10084728654]

2006 Celant, Germano, and Lisa Dennison. New York, New York: Fifty Years of Art, Architecture, Cinema, Performance, Photography, and Video. Monaco: Grimaldi Forum Monaco, 2006. (exh. cat.)

2006 Corwin, Sharon. Skowhegan 60 Years: School of Painting and Sculpture. Waterville, ME: Colby College Museum of Art, 2006. 74 75. [ISBN: 0-972848479] (exh. cat.)

2006 Gilbert, Alan. Another Future. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 2006. 42-44. [ISBN 9780819567833]

2006 Hoffman, Jens. Surprise, Surprise. London: Institute of Contemporary Art, 2006. (exh. cat.)

2006 Patterson, Vivian, ed. Encounters: Collecting Contemporary Photography. Williamstown, MA: Williams College Museum of Art, 2006. (exh. cat.)

2006 Richer, Francesca, and Matthew Rosenzweig, ed. No. 1: First Works by 362 Artists. New York: Distributed Art Publishers, 2006. [ISBN 1-933045-09-4]

2006 Sims, Lowery Stokes, Kathleen Hulser, and Cynthia R Copeland. Legacies: Contemporary Artists Reflect on Slavery. New York: New York Historical Society, 2006. (exh. cat.)

2006 Tawadros, Gilane. Brighton Photo Biennial 2006. Brighton: bpb Photo Works, 2006. [ISBN 1-903796-20-2] (exh. cat.)

2005 Bell, Kirsty. Works on Paper. Berlin: Galerie Max Hetzler, 2005. (exh. cat.)

2005 CAP Collection Catalogue. Dublin: CAP Art Limited, 2005. [ISBN 2-88100-052-5]

2005 Fairy Tales Forever: International Homage to H.C. Andersen. Copenhagen: AROS Aarhus Kunstmuseum, 2005. [ISBN: 87-88575 89-6] (exh. cat.)

2005 Fusi, Lorenzo. Identita & Nomadismo. Siena, Italy: Palazzo delle Papesse Centro Arte Contemporanea, 2005. 148-151. (exh. cat.)

2005 Getting Emotional. Boston: Institute of Contemporary Art, 2005. [ISBN: 0-910663-67-x] (exh. cat.)

2005 Kantor, Jordan. Drawing from The Modern: 1975-2005. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 2005. [ISBN 0-87070-665-9] (exh. cat.)

2005 Kiss the Frog! The Art of Transformation. Oslo, Norway: National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, 2005. [ISBN: 82-8154 005-2] (exh. cat.)

2004 Arnason, H.H. History of Modern Art. 5th ed. Upper Saddle River: Prentice Hall, 2004. 757-758, 773. [ISBN: 0-13-184069-X]

2004 Coetzee, Mark. Not Afraid: The Rubell Family Collection. New York and London: Phaidon Press, 2004. 234-235. [ISBN: 0714843938]

2004 Heinrich, Barbara. In Erster Linie. Kassel, Germany: Kunsthalle Fridericianum, 2004. [ISBN: 3-927015-41-05] (exh. cat.)

2004 Hunter, Sam, John Jacobus, and Daniel Wheeler. Modern Art. 3rd ed. Upper Saddle River: Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2004. [ISBN 0 13-189565-6]

2004 Landry, Pierre. Nous Venons en Paix…. Montreal: Musee d’Art Contemporain de Montreal, 2004. 120-126. [ISBN: 2-551-22499-3] (exh. cat.)

2004 Mazow, Leo G. Picturing the Banjo. State College, PA: Pennsylvania State University, 2004. 139. [ISBN 0-271-02710-x]

2004 Walker, Hamza. Artes Mundi Exhibition: Wales International Visual Art Prize. Cardiff, Wales: National Museum, 2004. [ISBN: 1 85411-369-0] (exh. cat.)

2004 In Erster Linie. Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kassel, Germany, October 10, 2004 – January 2, 2005.

2003 Barrett, Terry. Interpreting Art: Reflecting, Wondering, and Responding. New York: McGraw Hill, 2003. 77-79, 82, 205. [ISBN 0 7674-1648]

2003 Copjec, Joan. Imagine there’s no Woman: Ethics and Sublimation. Cambridge: MIT, 2003: 8, 83-90, 93, 98-100, 106-107. [ISBN: 0 262-03299-6]

2003 Heller, Nancy G. Women Artists. New York: Abbeville Press, 2003. 263-267. [ISBN: 0- 7892-0345-6]

2003 McPherson, Tara. Reconstructing Dixie: Race, Gender, and Nostalgia, in the Imagined South. Durham, NC and New York: Duke University Press, 2003. 82-86, 92-94, 145, 187, 252. [ISBN: 0=8223-3029-6]

2003 Schoonmaker, Trevor. Black President: The Art and Legacy of Fela Anikulapo-Kuti. New York: The New Museum, 2003. (exh. cat.)

2003 Sollins, Susan. Art 21: Art in the 21st Century. Marybeth Sollins, ed. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 2003. 60-71. [ISBN: 0-8109 4609-2]

2003 Stallings, Tyler, Ken Gonzales-Day, Amelia Jones, and David R. Roediger. Whiteness: A Wayward Construction. Laguna Beach, CA: Laguna Art Museum, CA, 2003. [ISBN: 0- 940872-28-5] (exh. cat.)

2002 Dahlgren, Kari, and Trisha Beck, ed. Life, Death, Love, Hate, Pleasure, Pain: Selected Works from the MCA Collection. Chicago: Museum of Contemporary Art, 2002. 272. [ISBN: 0-933856-74-1] (exh. cat.)

2002 Drawing Now: Eight Propositions. New York: MoMAQNS/The Museum of Modern Art, 2002. [ISBN: 0-87070-362-5] (exh. cat.)

2002 Grosenick, Uta and Riemschneider Burkhard. Art Now. Cologne: Taschen, 2002. 520- 524. [ISBN: 3-8228-1444-X]

2002 Morrison, Toni. Five Poems by Toni Morrison. Las Vegas: Rainmaker Editions, 2002. [silhouettes by Kara Walker]

2002 Tempo. New York: MoMAQNS/Museum of Modern Art, 2002. (exh. cat.)

2002 Visuell. Frankfurt, Germany: Deutsche Bank Art, 2002-2003. [ISBN 3-9808810-9-1]

2001 Ackermann, Marion, and Helmut Friedel, eds. Schatten Risse Silhouetten Und Cutouts. München, Germany: Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus und Kunstbau, 2001. (exh. cat.)

2001 Brüderlin, Markus. “Kara Walker’s art dances up, seductive in the sweet guise of Victoria silhouettes.” Ornament and Abstraction, Basel, Switzerland: Foundation Beyeler. 2001. 174-175. (exh. cat.)

2001 Hainley, Bruce, Katy Siegel, Bennett Simpson, Mark Sladen, and John Slyce. the americans. new art. London: Barbican Gallery, 2001. 152-160. (exh. cat.)

2001 Levin, Kim. Waterworks: US.Akarell 2001. Skärhamn, Sweden: Nordiska Akarellmuseet. 2001. 122-136. (exh. cat.)

2001 Möntmann, Nina and Uta Grosenick, ed. “Kara Walker,” Women Artists in the 20th and 21st Century. Cologne: Taschen, 2001. 530 535.

2001 Tallman, Susan, and Deborah Wye. Parkett Collaborations & Editions Since 1984. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 2001. 258-259.

2000 Boris, Staci. Drawing on the Figure: Works on Paper of the 1990s from the Manilow Collection. Chicago: Museum of Contemporary Art, 2000. (exh. cat.)

2000 Jenkins, Sydney O. This is Not the Place. Mahwah, NJ: Ramapo College of New Jersey, 2000. (exh. cat.)

1999 Bloemink, Barbara J., and Lisa Gail Collins. Re/Righting History; Counternarratives by Contemporary African-American Artists. Katonah, NY: Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, NY, 1999. (exh. cat.)

1999 Grynsztejn, Madeleine. Carnegie International 1999/2000. Pittsburgh, PA: Carnegie Museum of Art, 1999. (exh. cat.)

1999 Sharpe, Christina Elizabeth, and Jo Anna Isaak, eds. “Kara Walker and Michael Ray Charles.” Looking Forward, Looking Black. Geneva, New York: Hobart and William Smith Colleges Press, 1999. (exh. cat.)

1998 Feldman, Melissa E., and Ingrid Schaffner. Secret Victorians, Contemporary Artists and a 19th-Century Vision. London: Hayward Gallery, 1998. (exh. cat.)

1998 Perree, Rob. Postcards from Black America. [Dutch] Amsterdam: Con Rumore, 1998. (exh. cat.)

1998 Tunnicliffe, Wayne. Days. Sydney, Australia: The Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1998. (exh. cat.)

1997 Armstrong, Elizabeth, Deepali Dewan, Richard Flood, and Douglas Fogle. No Place (Like Home). Minneapolis: Walker Art Center, 1997. (exh. cat.)

1997 Avgikos, January. “When Is A Gaze Not A Gaze And What Difference Does It Make?.” The Gaze. New York: Momenta Art, 1997. (exh. cat.)

1997 Kucera, Greg, and Halima Taha. Civil Progress: Life In Black America. New York: Greg Kucera Gallery, 1997. (exh. cat.)

1997 Neri, Louise, and Lisa Phillips. 1997 Whitney Biennial. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1997. (exh. cat.)

1996 Gumpert, Lynne, and Beatrice Parent. La Belle et la Bete: Un Choix de Juenes Artists Americainsm. Paris: Musee d’Art Moderne de la ville de Paris, 1996. (exh. cat.)

1996 Hannaham, James. "The Shadow Knows: A Hysterical Tragedy Of One Young Negress And Her Art." New Histories. Boston: Institute of Contemporary Art, 1996. (exh. cat.)

Selected Bibliography

2017 "Estimate Trauma, Intimate Effect." New Forms of Revolt: Essays on Kristeva's Intimate Politics. Ed. Sarah K. Hansen and Rebecca Tuvel. Albany, NY: State U of New York, 2017: 85-104.
2017 Carrol, Rebecca, and Ashley C. Ford. “Praise, Controversy and Criticism for Kara Walker's New Show.” The Takeaway, 93.9 FM/AM 820, WNYC, New York, 18 Sept. 2017. Web. http://www.wnyc.org/story/kara-walker/
2017 Carroll, Rebecca. “Review: The Next Coming of Kara Walker.” WNYC News, 93.9 FM/AM 820, WNYC, New York, 8 Sept. 2017. Web. www.wnyc.org/story/review-nextcoming- kara-walker/
2017 D'Souza, Aruna. “Kara Walker.” 4Columns, 15 Sept. 2017. Web. www.4columns.org/dsouza- aruna/kara-walker.
2017 Douglas, Norman. “Norman Douglas is Compelled to Present Several Thoughts That He Belives Wirth Sharing With Respect to the Exhibition at Sikkema Jenkins of Artworks Created by Kara Walker.” A Gathering of Tribes, 23 Sept. 2017. Web. www.tribes.org/web/2017/9/21/norman-douglas-is-compelled-to-present-severalthoughts- that-he-believes-worth-sharing-with-respect-to-the-exhibition-at-sikemmajenkins- of-artworks-created-by-kara-walker
2017 Farrington, Lisa E. African-American Art: A Visual and Cultural History. New York: Oxford UP, 2017: 343-344.
2017 Felsenthal, Julia. "Kara Walker's New Show Was a Sensation Before It Even Opened." Vogue, 08 Sept. 2017. Web. www.vogue.com/article/kara-walker-sikkema-jenkins
2017 Frank, Priscilla. “Abusive, Cartoonish, Obscene: How Kara Walker Painted Trump's America.” The Huffington Post, 11 Sept. 2017. Web. www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/kara-walker-trump-art_us_59b2d120e4b0dfaafcf7d240
2017 Israel, Matthew. The Big Picture: Contemporary Art in 10 Works by 10 Artists. New York: Prestel, 2017: 156-73.
2017 Laluyan, Oscar. “Kara Walker: I Am Painting Hear Me Roar.” Arte Fuse, 14 Sept. 2017. Web. www.artefuse.com/2017/09/14/kara-walker-at-sikkema-jenkins/
2017 Mitter, Siddhartha. “The Artist and the Revolutionary.” Village Voice, 5 Sept. 2017: 10- 15. Print. Web: www.villagevoice.com/2017/09/05/kara-walkers-black-girl-magic/
2017 Mzezewa, Tariro. “Kara Walker Is Tired of Talking. But Her Canvases Scream.” The New York Times, 14 Sept. 2017. Web. www.nytimes.com/2017/09/14/opinion/karawalker- is-tired-of-talking-but-her-canvases-scream.html
2017 Robertson, Jean, and Craig McDaniel. Themes of Contemporary Art: Visual Art After 1980. Fourth ed. New York: Oxford UP, 2017: 209.
2017 Saltz, Jerry. “Kara Walker’s Triumphant New Show Is the Best Art Made About This Country in This Century.” New York Magazine, 4 Sept. 2017: 82–83. Print. Web: www.vulture.com/2017/09/kara-walker-sikkema-jenkins-and-co.html
2017 Scott, Andrea K. "Kara Walker's Ghosts of Future Evil." The New Yorker, 09 Sept. 2017. Web. www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/kara-walkers-ghosts-of-future-evil
2017 Smith, Roberta. “Kara Walker Traces a Bitter Legacy.” New York Times, 8 Sept. 2017, pp. C13+. Print. Web: www.nytimes.com/2017/09/07/arts/kara-walker-sikkemajenkins. html
2017 Walker, Kara Elizabeth., Tracy K. Smith, William Griswold, Beau Rutland, and John Lansdowne. The Ecstasy of St. Kara. Cleveland, OH: Cleveland Museum of Art, 2016.
2016 Coatman, Anna. “Review: Kara Walker.” Frieze Mar. 2016: 173.
2016 The Conversation Continues: Highlights from the James Cottrell and Joseph Lovett collection. Orlando: Orlando Museum of Art, 2016: 58.
2016 The Renaissance Society: Centennial Gifts from Artists. Chicago: U of Chicago, 2016: 40.
2016 Seals, Tyra A. "The Ecstasy of St. Kara." Cleveland Art: Cleveland Museum of Art Members Magazine Sept.-Oct. 2016: 5-6. Print. 2016 Haye, Christian. "History: Christian Hay on Kara Walker." Frieze: A to Z of Contemporary Art. New York: Phaidon, 2016: 129-31.
2016 Kell, Charles. The Ocean State Review. Vol. 6, Nº.1. Kingston: U of Rhode Island, 2016: 42-47. Print.
2015 Adams, Tim. “Kara Walker: ‘There is a moment in life where one becomes black’.” Guardian, 27 Sep. 2015. Web.
2015 Darblay, Louise. “Kara Walker: Go to Hell or Atlanta, Whichever Comes First.” Art Review Dec. 2015: 122.
2015 Di Durusco, Fabia. “Kara Walker: Teatro La Fenice.” L’Uomo Vogue (Italy) May-Jun. 2015: 132-35.
2015 Géré, Vanina. “Kara Walker.” Trans. L.S. Torgoff. ArtPress Mar. 2015: 19.
2015 “Kara Walker’s Norma: Avoiding Norms.” Elephant Winter 2015-16: 180-83.
2015 Lewis, Caleb. “When the Mammy Sphinx Gawks Back at You!” Harvard Advocate Winter (2015): 13-15.
2015 Goodman, Abigail Ross, Laura Beshears, Amy Galpin, Malcolm Rogers, and Ena Giurescu Heller. Art for Rollins: The Alfond Collection of Contemporary Art, Volume II. Vol. II. Winter Park, FL: Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Rollins College, 2015: 106- 107.
2015 Rice, Shelley. “Gifts, Misappropriated: Kara Walker’s Norma.” Africanah.org 7 May 2015. Web.
2015 Saal, Ilka. “The Taste for Whiteness: Kara Walker’s Marvelous Sugar Baby.” Food, Fatness and Fitness 27 Apr. 2015. < http://foodfatnessfitness.com/2015/04/27/the-tastefor- whiteness-kara-walkers-marvelous-sugar-baby-2014/. > Web.
2015 Tyson, Janet. “An Encounter with Kara Walker’s Poignantly American Work in the UK.” Hyperallergic 4 Nov. 2015. < http://hyperallergic.com/250702/an-encounter-with-karawalkers- poignantly-american-work-in-the-uk/.> Web.
2015 L'Étang, Thierry. Mémorial ACTe: L'Esclavage Et La Traite Négrière Dans La Caraïbe Et Le Monde. Pointre-à-Pitre: Mémorial ACTe Éditions Centre Caribéen D'Expressions Et De Mémoire De La Traite Et De L'Esclavage Pointe-a-Pitre, Guadaloupe, 2015.
2015 Lash, Miranda, and Trevor Schoonmaker. Southern Accent: Seeking the American South in Contemporary Art. Durham, NC: Nasher Museum of Art at Duke U, 2016: 65 Print. KEW ACM ATL: Kara Walker and Ari Marcopoulos interviewed, page 95.
2014 Abbe, Schriber. "Critics’ Picks: Ruffneck Constructivists.” Artforum.com 16 Apr. 2014. Web.
2014 Als, Hilton. “The Sugar Sphinx.” newyorker.com 8 May 2014. Web.
2014 Ballard, Thea. “Studio Check: Kara Walker.” Modern Painters May 2014: 56-57.
2014 Celada, Luca. “Kara Walker’s Bitter Sugar.” Artillery Magazine 22 Jul. 2014. Web.
2014 Chan, Dawn. “Kara Walker.” Artforum.com 24 Jun. 2014. Web.
2014 Eler, Alicia. “Kara Walker Lands in Oregon.” Hyperallergic.com 19 Mar. 2014. Web.
2014 Gopnik, Blake. “Rarely One for Sugarcoating.” New York Times 27 Apr. 2014: AR1+.
2014 Griffin, Jonathan, Paul Harper, David Trigg, and Eliza Williams. The Twenty First Century Art Book. London: Phaidon, 2014. Print.
2014 Kastner, Jeffrey. “Kara Walker – The Former Domino Sugar Factory.” Artforum Sept. 2014: 372-73.
2014 Kino, Carol, "Art Innovator 2014 Kara Walker." The Wall Street Journal Magazine, New York, NY: 2014. 108-111
2014 Loichot, Valérie. "Kara Walker's Blood Sugar: A Subtlety or the Marvelous Sugar Baby." Southern Spaces (2014): n. pag. 8 July 2014. Web. .
2014 McClister, Nell. “‘Ruffneck Constructivists’ – Institute of Contemporary Art.” Artforum May 2014: 325.
2014 Miranda, Carolina A. "Q&A Kara Walker on the Bit of Sugar Sphinx She Saved, Video She's Making." Los Angeles Times. N.p., 13 Oct. 2014. Web. .
2014 Nathan, Emily. “Kara Walker Gets Operatic.” ArtNews March 2014: 24-25.
2014 Newhall, Edith. “Ruffneck Constructivists – Institute of Contemporary Art.” ArtNews Summer 2014: 102.
2014 Prentice, George. “An Artist’s Vision, A Community’s Resopnse.” Boise Weekly 6 Aug. 2014. Web.
2014 Russell, Francey. “Kara Walker: A Subtlety at the Domino Sugar Factory.” Los Angeles Review of Books 20 Jun. 2014. Web.
2014 Schriber, Abbe. “Critic’s Picks: ‘Ruffneck Constructivists’.” Artforum.com 16 April 2014. . Web.
2014 Smith, Roberta. “Sugar? Sure but Salted With Meaning.” New York Times 12 May 2014: C1.
2014 Sokol, Zach. “How Kara Walker Built a 70-Foot-Long Candy Sphinx in the Abandoned Domino Sugar Factory.” The Creators Project (Vice) 8 May 2014. Web.
2014 Spada, Sabina. “Odio e paura nel teatro delle ombre.” Arte February 2014: 84-88.
2014 Stout, Katharine. Contemporary Drawing: From the 1960s to Now. London: Tate, 2014. Print.
2014 Walker, Kara, and Larry Walker. "Kara Walker Talks with Her Father, Artist Larry Walker, for BOMB's Oral History Project." Interview. BOMB Magazine. 8 May 2014. Web.
2014 Walker, Kara. “A Sonorous Subtlety: Kara Walker with Kara Rooney.” Interview by Kara Rooney. Brooklyn Rail May 2014.
2014 Zises, Heather. “Kara Walker, A Subtlety – Domino Sugar Factory, Williamsburg, Summer 2014.” Fjords Review 27 Aug. 2014. Web.
2013 Borrelli, Christopher. "Confronting artist Kara Walker." Chicago Tribune 20 Feb. 2013.
2013 Bucknell, Alice. "In new Art Institute exhibit, Kara Walker raises up her profile." Chicag Maroon 5 Mar. 2013. http://chicagomaroon.com/2013/03/05/in-new-art-institute-exhibitkara- walker-raises-up-her-profile/.
2013 Berman, Kim, and Rosalind Cleaver. Booknesses: Artist' Books from the Jack Ginsberg Collection. Johannesburg, South Africa: U of Johannesburg, South Africa, 2017: 211.
2013 Mercurio, Franck. "Kara Walker at the Art Institute of Chicago." Time Out Chicago 22 Feb. 2013.
2013 Nance, Kevin. "A Silhouette Star Cuts a New Path." Wall Street Journal 22 Feb. 2013: D7.
2013 Potter, Janet. "Kara Walker's war." chicagoreader.com 15 Feb. 2013.
2013 Stretch, Bonnie B. “Kara Walker – Mount Holyoke College Art Museum.” ARTnews Feb. 2013: 99.
2013 Walker, Kara. “500 Words: Kara Walker.” Artforum.com 27 Mar. 2013. Web.
2013 Walker, Kara. "Kara Walker." Interview by Susanna Davies-Crook. Dazed & Confused Nov. 2013: 156-57.
2013 Warner, Marina. "At Camden Arts Centre." London Review of Books 35.23 (2013): 41.
2013 Walker, Kara Elizabeth. Kara Walker Dust Jackets for the Niggerati. Ed. Joanna Ahlberg. New York, NY: Miller, 2013.
2012 Michael, Harris. "Talking in Tongues, Personal Reflections on Kara Walker." NKA Journal of Contemporary African Art 29 (2011): 128-39. Print.
2012 Nelson, Karen. "Gen W the Artist Is Present." W Oct. 2012: 142-47.
2012 Peabody, Rebecca. "Kara Walker, on The End of Uncle Tom." Word & Image 28.2 (2012): 181-92. Print.
2012 Walker, Kara. "Jennifer Blei Stockman and Artist Kara Walker Catch Up." Interview by Jennifer Blei Stockman. Aspen Peak Magazine Summer/Fall 2012: 74-75. Print. Web.
2012 Walker, Kara. "Media Study: Kara Walker." Artforum International Sept. 2012: 445.
2011 Artinfo. "21 Questions for Artist Kara Walker." Artinfo 26 Apr. 2011. Web. .
2011 Bravo, Amber. "NYC: Kara Walker’s Fall Frum Grace, Miss Pipi’s Blue Tale." The FADER 26 Apr. 2011. Web. .
2011 Cirincione, Janine. "Around the World in 80 Days: Peripatetic Collectors Monique and Max Burger." The Art Economist Feb. 2011. Web. 14 Feb. 2011. .
2011 Crow, Kelly. "A Slavery Chronicler Tries the 20th Century." Wall Street Journal 21-22 May 2011, Review sec.: C14. Print. . Web.
2011 Douglas, Sarah. “Drawn to the Delta.” Art + Auction Apr. 2011: 36.
2011 Douglas, Sarah. “The Agenda (April 21-26): See Dr. Kara Walker, Eli Broad on TV, and Eva Hesse and Sol LeWitt Together Again.” ArtInfo.com 21 April 2011. Web. .
2011 Eyene, Christine. "Kara Walker: L'histoire De La Société Africaine-américaine En Huit Chapitres." Africultures 85 (2011): 108-09.
2011 Fletcher, Kanitra. "Up for Review: Re-presentations of Black Women's (Art)work." N.paradoxa 27 (2011): 52-59.
2011 Garcia-Vargas, Andrea. "Walker Exhibits Blur Boundaries between Art and Racial Politics." Review. Columbia Spectator [New York] 25 Apr. 2011, Arts & Entertainment sec. Web. .
2011 Géré, Vanina. “Kara Walker.” Art Press Sept. 2011: 26.
2011 Hanley, Sarah K. "Ink | “Remembering so as Not to Forget the past Is Still Not Over”: Selected Meditations on Black History." Art21 Blog. 4 Feb. 2011. Web.
2011 "In the Studio: Kara Walker with Steel Stillman." Interview by Steel Stillman. Art in America May 2011: 88-95.
2011 Janine Cirincione, "Around the World in 80 days: Peripatetic Collectors Monique and Max Burger.” The Art Economist 1.2 (2011): 50-55.
2011 Jovanovic, Rozalia. "Cultural Stuff to Do with Mom on Mother's Day." Flavorwire (Flavorpill) 3 May 2011. Web. .
2011 "Kara Walker." Rev. of Dust Jackets for the Niggerati- and Supporting Dissertations, Drawings Submitted Ruefully by Dr. Kara E. Walker. The New Yorker 16 May 2011: 21. Print. . Web.
2011 Pascucci, Marisa J. “Profiles - 24 Artists: Kara Walker.” Art Economist 1.2 (2011): 37.
2011 Rosenberg, Karen. "Rising and Regrouping on Lower East Side." New York Times 21 Apr. 2011, Arts sec.: C28. Print. . Web.
2011 Saltz, Jerry. “Drawing from Nightmares.” New York Magazine 30 May 2011: 60-61.
2011 Scobie, Ilka. "Kara Ti Amo." Marie Claire Italy Mar. 2011: 185-89.
2011 Talley, André Leon. "André Leon Talley on Kara Walker's New Exhibition." Vogue Daily 22 Apr. 2011. Web. 13 May 2011. .
Vendryes, Margaret M. "Neo-Post Black Art." International Review of African American Art 23.4 (2011): 38-46.
2011 Thompson, Krista. "A Sidelong Glance: The Practice of African Diaspora Art History in the United States." Art Journal 70.3 (Fall 2011): 7-31. Print.
2011 “Thinking Lincoln.” Art News May 2011: 38.
2011 Wolff, Rachel. “Art Shows of the Season.” Town & Country Apr. 2011: 64.
2010 “Artists Now: Kara Walker.” Art and Living Winter 2010: 43.
2010 Boyland, Alexis L. "Stop Using Kitsch as a Weapon: Kitsch and Racism." Rethinking Marxism 22.1 (2010).
2010 Bundy, Kissette. “Moving Pictures: 2010 SITE Santa Fe Biennial.” The International Review of African American Art 23.2 (2010): 20 21.
2010 Carlson, Douglas. "Riots and Outrage." The Georgia Review LXIV.Spring (2010): 59-68.
2010 D'Aguiar, Fred. "Behind the masks: Afro Modern at Tate Liverpool." The Guardian 30 Jan. 2010: Features section, 16.
2010 "The Ebony Power 100." Ebony Dec. 2010 – Jan. 2011: 87.
2010 Géré, Vanina. "Violences Dans L'oeuvre De Kara Walker." Tracés 19 (2010): 101-20.
2010 Green Fryd, Vivien. "Bearing Witness to the Trauma of Slavery in Kara Walker’s Videos: Testimony, Eight Possible Beginnings, and I Was Transported." Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies 24.1 (Feb. 2010): 145-59.
2010 Halbreich, Kathy. “The Museum Revisited.” Artforum Summer 2010: 276-278. Parra, Jamie L. “Kara Walker Kara Walker Kara Walker.” Whitewall Fall 2010: 112-19.
2010 Sclair, Nikki. “Narrative in Side-View.” Kaje May 2010: 18-19.
2010 Shiner, Eric C. “Kara Walker: Tan fuerte como cualquier hombre/As strong as any man.” Ars Magazine Apr.-Jun. 2010: 154+.
2009 “31 Ways of Looking at Power.” O, The Oprah Magazine Sept. 2009.
2009 “Art in Bloom: I Dream of Michelle Obama.” BlackBook May 2009: 26-27.
2009 Baker, Tamzin. “Collage 2.0.” Art+Auction Sept. 2009: 42.
2009 Place, Vanessa. "I Am Not Content." Art Lies 2009: 36-37. Web.
2009 Pollack, Barbara. “Suddenly This Summer.” Artnews Oct. 2009: 129.
2009 Walker, Kara. “Artists on Artists – Mickalene Thomas.” BOMB Spring 2009: 72-73.
2009 Wilckens, Carmen Hidalgo de Cisneros. “Kara Walker: Boo-Hoo.” Grabado y Edición Sept./Oct. 2009: 36-48.
2008 Anderson, Virginia Billeaud. “’Old, Weird America’ explores American Folklore.” Greater Houston Weekly 21 May 2008.
2008 Andrew, Marton. “Kara Walker: My Compliment, My Enemy, My Oppressor, My Love.” Star Telegram (Fort Worth, TX) 6 Jun. 2008.
2008 “Art Basel.” Le Temps Jun. 2008.
2008 Arte y Parte, Revista de Arte 75 (Jun./Jul. 2008): 48-59.
2008 “Embroidering the truth: terrorism targeted as artists take up tapestry.” The Guardian [Arts Diary] 9 Oct. 2008.
2008 Bothwell, Anne. “Commentary: Kara Walker at the Fort Worth Modern.” Art and Seek Blog 17 Jul. 2008. http://artandseek.net/2008/07/17/commentary-kara-walker-at-the-fortworth- modern/
2008 Britt, Douglas. “CAMH Exhibit Relates Skewed History.” Houston Chronicle 10 Jul. 2008.
2008 Cacho, Nicole. “Walker: sombras de la esclavitud.” Luces: La Opinion de Malaga 28 Jun. 2008.
2008 Casadio, Mariuccia. “Colorful.” Vogue Italia Jul. 2008.
2008 “Cinema Remixed and Reloaded: Black Women Artists and the Moving Image Since 1970.” Artforum Sept. 2008.
2008 Davis, Jennifer Elaine. “A-Ha Art: The Modern hosts the work of Kara Walker.” Dallas Observer 3 Jul. 2008.
2008 Dawson, Jessica. “Standing in the Shadow of the Silhouette Figure.” The Washington Post 20 Jun. 2008.
2008 De Baets, Isabelle. “Kara Walker in Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens.” H Art Oct. 2008.
2008 “Demons Yards and Tales.” Domus Magazine 919 (Nov. 2008).
2008 Dunham, Caroll. “Film Noir.” MDd 7 (2008): 66-69.
2008 “Exhibitions.” The Bulletin Oct. 2008: 16.
2008 “Expo.” Elle (Belgium) Nov. 2008: 76.
2008 Favre, Jeff. “Artist’s Silhouettes give shape to a wounded past.” Ventura County Star 1 May 2008.
2008 Frankel, Daniel. “Silhouettes of Shame.” UCLA Magazine Apr. 2008.
2008 Freyberg, Annabel. “Spinning a Yarn.” Telegraph Magazine Nov. 2008.
2008 Gajkowski-Hill, Sarah. “The Old Weird America.” Arts Houston Jun. 2008.
2008 George, Lynell. “Kara Walker: Art that cuts deeply.” Los Angeles Times 9 Mar. 2008.
2008 George, Lynell. “Shades of Black on the Silver Screen.” Los Angeles Times 27 Mar. 2008.
2008 Golden, Thelma. “Dialogue with Kara Walker (from Pictures from Another Time).” Arte y Parte 75 (2008).
2008 “Gotta Have It.” Powerhouse Magazine 4 (2008): ISBN 978-1-57687-433-2.
2008 Hardy, Ernest. “My Negress, My Conundrum, My Enigma.” Flaunt 92 (2008): 96.
2008 Harvard Review 35 (2008): ISSN 1077-2901.
2008 “Kara Walker: 8 Possible Beginnings Or: The Creation of an African-American.” Babel: Festival di letteratura e traduzione Sept. 2008.
2008 “Kara Walker at the Modern: The Shadow of Malice.” Art & Seek Blog 16 Jul. 2008. http://artandseek.net/2008/07/16/kara-walker-at-the-modern-the-shadow-of-malice/
2008 “Kara Walker Exhibit coming to the Modern.” La Vida News: The Black Voice 50:63 (3 Jul. 2008): 1-2.
2008 “Kara Walker: My Complement, My Enemy, My Opressor, My Love.” ARTnews (National News Award) Mar. 2008.
2008 Keizer, Arlene R. "Gone Astray in the Flesh: Kara Walker, Black Women Writers, and African American Postmemory." PMLA 123.5 (Oct. 2008).
2008 Kerr, Merrily. “Kara Walker at Sikkema Jenkins & Co.” Art on Paper Jan-Feb 2008: 85-6.
2008 Klaasmeyer, Kelly. “How Bizarre.” Houston Press 26 Jun. – 2 Jul. 2008.
2008 Kley, Elisabeth. “Kara Walker/Whitney Museum.” Art News Feb. 2008: 117.
2008 Knight, Christopher. “Kara Walker finds the grey with black and white.” Los Angeles Times 5 Mar. 2008.
2008 Knight, Christopher. “Walker’s Rich Palette: Black and White.” Los Angeles Times 5 Mar. 2008.
2008 Le Mieux-Ruibal, Bruno. “Puppet Master of Race.” Lapiz 239 Revista Internacional de Arte Mar. 2008.
2008 Lutyens, Dominic. “The Weft Wing.” Crafts Magazine Sept-Oct 2008.
2008 Mantell, Eva. “Puppets, Mortality, Humor and Suffering.” Press. Institute of Contemporary Art: UPenn Apr. 2008.
2008 Myers, Holly. “Kara Walker in Black and White.” LA Weekly 21-27 Mar. 2008.
2008 O’Brien, Titus. “Kara Walker Makes Me Sick.” Glasstire: Texas Visual Art Online Jul. 2008.
2008 Pincus, Robert L. “‘Inside the Wave’ and ‘Kara Walker’ are politically charged exhibitions, and each has its own twist.” The San Diego Union-Tribune 23 Mar. 2008.
2008 Price, Michael H. “New museum exhibitions showcase extremes in art.” Fort Worth Business Press 7-13 Jul. 2008.
2008 Richardson, Kevin, “Kara Walker explores racism in Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth exhibit.” The Dallas Morning News: www.guidelive.com 5 Jul. 2008.
2008 Robinson, Betsy. “Kara Walker: Staring down the Shadow.” Spirituality & Health Jan-Feb 2008.
2008 Robinson, Gaile. “In Kara Walker exhibit, quaint-looking methods bring racial conflict into razor-sharp relief.” Star Telegram (Fort Worth, TX) 9 Jul. 2008.
2008 Robinson, Gaile. “On Edge.” Star Telegram (Fort Worth, TX) 4 Jul. 2008.
2008 Robinson, Gaile. “Silhouette Show is headed to the Modern in July.” Star Telegram (Fort Worth, TX) 23 Apr. 2008.
2008 “The Seasons.” The New York Times 20 Jun. 2008: A21.
2008 Sozanksi, Edward J. “Noise and Carnival Format Detract from Good Work at ICA.” Philidelphia Inquirer Jan. 2008: H1, H6.
2008 Storr, Robert. “Art and Text.” Frieze Jun.-Aug. 2008: 19.
2008 Vognar, Chris. “Confronting racial demons with humor.” Dallas Morning News 17 Jul. 2008.
2008 Welham, Jamie. “Weaving between the lines of an up-to-date social yarn.” West End Extra 14 Nov. 2008.
2008 Wilson, Mary. “A Hand Up.” Philidelphia Citypaper Jan. 2008.
2008 Yablonsky, Linda. “Puppet Madness.” Bloomberg.com Feb. 2008.
2007 Arestizabal, Irma. “The Venice Biennale.” Arte al Dia 120 (2007): 70-73. Artco 82 (Nov. 2007).
2007 “Art Spotlight: Expressive Shapes.” Scholastic Art Magazine Sept./Oct. 2007: 10.
2007 Belcove, Julie. “History Girl.” W Magazine Mar. 2007: 406-412.
2007 Brocvielle, Vincent. “Le Corps, C’est la Race.” Têtu Jul./Aug. 2007: 48.
2007 Budick, Ariella. “Kara Walker at the Whitney Museum.” Newsday.com 14 Oct. 2007.
2007 Cox, Lorraine. “A Performative Turn: Kara Walker’s Song of the South (2005).” Women and Performance: a journal of feminist theory 17.1 (Mar. 2007): 59-97.
2007 Dekel, Tel. “Sex, Race, and Gender: Contemporary Women Artists of Color, the Case of Kara Walker.” Atlantis, A Women’s Studies Review Journal 31.2 (2007).
2007 de Wavrin, Isabelle. “Foire de Bale, Reine du Monde.” Beaux-Arts Magazine 2007: 94-
2007 Diez, Renato. “Nel paese delle ombre: Kara Walker.” Arte Oct. 2007.
2007 Falconer, Morgan. “Screen Time: Kara Walker.” Art Review Jan. 2007: 30.
2007 Fanelli, Franco. “An Exhibition to Make You Think.” The Art Newspaper 182 (Jul./Aug. 2007): 31.
2007 Fogle, Douglas. “Looking Forward.” Frieze Jan-Feb 2007: 138.
2007 Gartner, Barbara. “Pre View.” Monopol 10 (2007): 127-129.
2007 Gavin, Francesca. “Moving drawings at London’s Parasol Unit.” BBC Collective 8 Mar. 2007.
2007 Genocchio, Benjamin. “ART: Museums Unveil Treasures From Masters Old and New.” The New York Times 9 Sept. 2007.
2007 Halle, Howard. “Kara Walker: My Compliment, My Enemy, My Oppressor, My Love.” Time Out New York 25-31 Oct. 2007: 70.
2007 Hubbard, Sue. “The details are nicely sketchy.” The Independent 27 Mar. 2007: 20.
2007 Lacayo, Richard. “Top 10 Museum Exhibits.” Time 3 Dec. 2007.
2007 Kappert, Von Ines. “Emanzipatino mit der Mutermilch.” Die Tageszeitung 11 May 2007: 16.
2007 Kruger, Barbara. “The Time 100: The Most Influential People in the World.” Time Magazine 14 May 2007.
2007 Kurzner, Lisa. “Black Women Remixed.” Access Atlanta.com & The Atlanta Journal- Constitution 14 Oct. 2007: K4.
2007 Lemon, Brandon. “Interview Showcase: Kara Walker by Brendan Lemon.” Interview Magazine Oct. 2007.
2007 Matthea, Harvey. “Kara Walker.” BOMB Magazine 100 (Summer 2007): 74-82.
2007 Montrasio, di Giuliana. “la fiaba visiva come custode di memoria.” Mood Magazine 127 (2007): 139-141.
2007 “News & Around.” Tema Celeste 119 (Jan./Feb. 2007): 105.
2007 Ouroussoff, Nicolai. “Art: The Week Ahead.” The New York Times 7 Oct. 2007.
2007 Powell, Imani. “Evidence of Things Not Seen.” Essence Magazine Oct. 2007: 93.
2007 Powers, Bill. “Emancipation Provocation.” City Magazine 50 (2007): 67-69.
2007 Pryor, John-Paul. “Momentary Momentum Animation Exhibition.” Dazed Digital 2 Mar. 2007.
2007 Richard, Frances. “Kara Walker at Walker Art Center, Previews.” Artforum Jan. 2007: 97.
2007 Riley, Cheryl R. Ebony Magazine Jun. 2007: 104-108.
2007 Rosenberg, Karen. “Darkness and Light.” New York Magazine 3-10 Sept. 2007: 112-13.
2007 Rounthwaite, A. “Making Mourning from Melancholia: The Art of Kara Walker.” Image [&] Narrative 19 (2007).
2007 Saltz, Jerry. “An Explosion of Color in Black and White.” New York Magazine 1 Nov. 2007.
2007 Schwabsky, Barry. “Love by a Thousand Cuts.” The Nation 10 Dec. 2007.
2007 Scott, Andrea K. “The Best and Worst of 2006.” Time Out New York 28 Dec. – 3 Jan. 2007.
2007 Sumpter, Helen. “Momentary Momentum.” Time Out London 14-20 Mar. 2007.
2007 Wolff, Rachel. “Ouch!” New York Magazine [Vulture: Art Candy] 17 Oct. 2007.
2007 Yablonsky, Linda. “Kara Walker's Silhouettes Tell Tales of Sex, Race, White Power.” Bloomberg.com 15 Oct. 2007.
2007 Yablonsky, Linda. “Kara Walker.” Art & Auction Feb. 2007: 46-52.
2006 “Apres Elle.” The New Yorker: Goings On About Town 27 Mar. 2006.
2006 “Artist Reflect on Slavery at N-YHS.” artnet.com 17 Mar. 2006.
2006 Bernard, Audrey J. “Kickin’ It: Exquisite Show Deals with How Racially Based Slavery Has Shaped Our Society.” The New York Beacon 6-12 Jul. 2006.
2006 Berwick, Carly. “Kara Walker’s Troubling Silhouettes Bear Black-White Allusions.” Bloomberg.com 22 Mar. 2006.
2006 Bischoff, Dan. “Arts Notes,” The Star Ledger, June 14, 2006.
2006 Boyd, Herb. “A Fresh Pespective on Slavery.” New York Amsterdam News 6 Jul. 2006.
2006 Brew-Hammond, Nana Ekua. “Secrets and Ties: New York City’s Dirty Little ‘Legacies’ Exposed.” Metro 26 Jun. 2006.
2006 Cotter, Holland. “Emancipation Remains a Work in Progress.” The New York Times 20 Jun. 2006.
2006 D’Arcy, David. “The Eyes of the Storm.” Modern Painters Apr. 2006.
2006 Da Costa, Valerie. “Kara Walker.” Artpress 325 (Aug. 2006).
2006 Epstein, Edward. “Philadelphia: Fables.” Art Papers Jan./Feb. 2006: 64.
2006 “Exhibit to Focus on the Legacy of Slavery.” The Bronx News 1 Jun. 2006.
2006 “Exhibit Shows Slavery’s Cultural Impact.” Art Business News 1 May 2006.
2006 “Fables, a Group Show of Artists at Philadelphia’s ICA.” artdaily.com 28 Nov. 2006.
2006 “Fables at the Institute of Contemporary Art.” Art Knowledge News 18 Sept. 2006.
2006 Fallon, Robert. “Connect the Dots.” The Philadelphia Weekly. 27 Sept. 2006.
2006 Frankford, Rachel. “Last Chance: ICA Fall Show.” Philadelphia City Paper 14-21 Dec. 2006.
2006 “Goings On About Town.” The New Yorker 3 Apr. 2006.
2006 Kerr, Merrily. “Force Majeure.” Time Out New York 20-26 Apr. 2006: 77.
2006 Kinon, Cristina. “The Living is Easy: Summer.” Gotham Magazine Summer 2006.
2006 Kinnon, Joy Bennett. “Travel Guide: What’s Happening Where!” Ebony Jun. 2006.
2006 Landi, Ann. “Kara Walker.” ARTNews Summer 2006.
2006 Lee, Felicia R. “Slavery’s Legacy, Seen Through Art.” The New York Times 13 Jun. 2006.
2006 Leffingwell, Edward. “Kara Walker at the Metropolitan Museum and Sikkema Jenkins.” Art in America Nov. 2006: 202.
2006 “Legacies: Contemporary Artists Reflect on Slavery.” artdaily.com 16 Jun. 2006.
2006 “Legacies: Contemporary Artists Reflect on Slavery Opens at the New York Historical Society.” Daily Challenge 30 Jun. 2006.
2006 Murray, Soroya, and Derek Conrad Murray. “Uneasy Bedfellows: Canonical Art Theory and the Politics of Identity.” ArtJournal Spring 2006.
2006 “New York Historical Society.” The New Yorker 10 Jul. 2006.
2006 “New York to Chicago…” David Patrick Columbia’s New York Social Diary 6 Jul. 2006.
2006 Parks, John A. “The Dark Black Outline.” Drawing Summer 2006: 120-127.
2006 Pendle, George. “Kara Walker.” Frieze Oct. 2006: 273.
2006 Perree, Rob. “Forward Drive.” Kunstbeeld.nl Jun. 2006.
2006 “Questionnaire.” Frieze Apr. 2006: 176.
2006 “Remembering Slavery.” The Miami Herald 25 Jun. 2006.
2006 Rubin, Anahi. “Reflexiones para despues del diluvio.” Tiempos Del Mundo 13 Apr. 2006: 26.
2006 Sicha, Choire. “Sillman, Hesse, Walker; How ‘Bout Utah for Some Art?” The New York Observer 6 Mar. 2006.
2006 Saltz, Jerry. “Queen of Night.” The Village Voice 23 Mar. 2006.
2006 Sheets, Hilarie M. “Sharks, Savagery and Sainthood: Kara Walker curates a show at The Met.” ARTNews Jun. 2006.
2006 Smith, Roberta. “Kara Walker Makes Contrasts in Silhouette in Her Own Met Show.” The New York Times 24 Mar. 2006.
2006 Sozanski, Edward J., “Art: for this artist, ‘drawing’ is a loose term.” The Philadelphia Inquirer 24 Sept. 2006: H1-H11.
2006 “What is art for? Figuring it out. Kara Walker.” Frieze Apr. 2006.
2006 Winship, Frederick M. “Contemporary Artists Depict Residues of Slavery.” United Press International 16 Jun. 2006.
2005 Athey, Ron. “Kara E. Walker’s Song of the South.” LA Weekly (Calendar) 2-8 Sept. 2005.
2005 Knight, Christopher. “A South Disney Didn’t Dream Of.” Los Angeles Times 12 Sept. 2005.
2005 “La Vendetta Della Silhouette.” Arte Nov. 2005
2005 “Political Persuasion.” Art on Paper Nov-Dec 2005: 69.
2004 Arango, Jorge. “Our Past in Black and White: Artist Kara Walker’s take on Our History.” Essence Feb. 2004: 108.
2004 Berwick, Carly. “Grotesqueries.” NYU Alumni Magazine 2 (Spring 2004): 46-49.
2004 Demos, T.J. “Fabric Workshop and Museum.” Artforum Summer 2004: 251-2.
2004 Gopnik, Blake. “Kara Walker Wins Smithsonian Artist Award.” The Washington Post 15 Apr. 2004: C5.
2004 Key, Philip. “Exploring a dark side of art.” Box Office: The Daily Post Arts, Entertainment & Listings Guide 30 Apr. 2004.
2004 Kimmelman, Michael. “The Convention of Beastly Beauty.” The New York Times 6 Aug. 2004: 31.
2004 Moreno, Gaen and Nicols Ibarguen. “Art Basel: Kara Walker.” Loft 18 (Dec. 2003 – Jan. 2004): 58.
2004 Strauss, R.B. “Artist uses silhouette as her medium.” Philadelphia Metro 26-28 Mar. 2004.
2004 Stewart, Rhonda. “Still Here: Artist Kara Walker in Black and White.” The CrisisMagazine Jan./Feb. 2004: 49-51.
2003 Auricchio, Laura. “New York, New York.” Art Papers Nov/Dec 2003: 48.
2003 Berger, Maurice. Occasional Paper of The Vera List Center for Art and Politics (New School University Art Collection) Fall 2003.
2003 Cahill, Timothy. “Dark Shadows.” Times Union (Albany, NY) 17 Jan. 2003: D1, D3.
2003 Ceceri, Kathryn. “Courting Controversy.” The Post-Star (Glenn Falls, NY) 16 Jan. 2003: 2.
2003 Cohen, David. “Kara Walker at Brent Sikkema.” The New York Sun 19 Jun. 2003: 15.
2003 Cotter, Holland. “A Nightmare View of Antebellum Life That Sets Off Sparks.” The New York Times 9 May 2003: E36.
2003 Crowd 3.1 (Spring/Summer 2003).
2003 Dawson, Jessica, “The irony of it all.” The Providence Journal 5 Mar. 2003.
2003 Faller, Heike. “Ein Papier zum Geschenk.” Die Zeit Leben 51 (11 Dec. 2003): 55-57.
2003 Flavorpill 160 (1-7 Jul 2003).
2003 Golden, Thelma. “Cast No Shadow.” ArtReview May 2003: 44-49.
2003 Johnson, Ken. “Kara Walker at Brent Sikkema.” The New York Times 27 Jun. 2003: E29.
2003 Kinsella, Eileen. “The Rise of African American Art.” ARTnews Sept. 2003: 118-123.
2003 MacAdam, Barbara. “Kara Walker’s Contradictions.” Columbia Magazine Fall 2003: 56- 7.
2003 Malone, Hermione. “Many young artists are facing the issue of race…head on.” Savannah Morning News 14 Jul. 2003.
2003 Moura, Rodrigo and Carla Zaccagnini. “São Paulo Biennial.” ArtNexus 46.4 (2003): 30- 33.
2003 Richard, Frances. “Kara Walker at Brent Sikkema.” Artforum Oct. 2003: 169.
2003 Sterling, Kristen, “Visual Arts’ Kara Walker Recreates Scenes from Antebellum South through Life Sized Silhouettes.” Columbia News Sept. 2003. http://www.columbia.edu/cu/news/03/09/karaWalker.html
2003 WCMAmail (Williams College Museum of Art Newsletter) Summer/Fall 2003.
2002 Cullum, Jerry. “Starting out from Atlanta: Three Artists Imagine History.” The International Review of African American Art Spring 2002: 43-47.
2002 Cathy Byrd, “Is there a “post-black” art? Investigating the legacy of the “Freestyle” Show”.” Art Papers Magazine Nov./Dec. 2002.
2002 Celant, Germano. “Kara Walker: ombre alter.” Interni Feb. 2002: 162-167.
2002 Cheng, Scarlet. “California Grrrls.” calanderlive.com 29 Sept. 2002.
2002 Eagly, Ursula. “Artist’s Portfolio, Kara Walker.” (ai) Performance for the Planet Spring 2002: cover, 68-77.
2002 Ewing, John. “Reflecting on Movement in Contemporary Art.” ArtL!es Summer 2002: 13- 15.
2002 Fioravante, Celso. “International Exhibitions.” Artforum.com Mar. 2002.
2002 Gopnik, Blake. “Kara Walker’s Rich X-Ray On Race.” Washington Post 25 Jun. 2002: C01.
2002 Green, Roger. “Walker’s Art Elicits Passionate, Mixed Response.” Ann Arbor News 23 Mar. 2002.
2002 Heartney, Eleanor. “Kara Walker at Brent Sikkema.” Art in America Jan. 2002: 103.
2002 “In The Arts.” Portland Press Herald 17 Mar. 2002.
2002 Juxtapoz Jul./Aug. 2002: 44.
2002 “Kara Walker e o teatro de sombras da escravidão.” O Estado de São Paulo 1 Apr. 2002.
2002 “Kara Walker To Represent The U.S. At The 2002 São Paulo Bienal.” Antiques & The Arts Weekly 8 Mar. 2002.
2002 “Kara Walker.” Tema Celeste [News & Around] 91 (2002): 120.
2002 Louiss, Ange. “Étendard Walker.” Artactuel May/Jun. 2002: 72-73.
2002 Nabakowski, Gislind. “Kara Walker: Deutsche Guggenheim Berlin.” Art Press 283 (Oct. 2002): 78-9.
2002 New Art Examiner Apr. 2002.
2002 “O Sucesso da arte politicamente incorreta.” O Estado de São Paulo 1 Apr. 2002.
2002 Perrée, Rob. “Kara Walker: Gehaat en Bemind.” Kunstbeeld 9 (2002): 6-9.
2002 Reeve, Charles. “Kara Walker at the São Paulo Biennial: A conversation with Robert Hobbes.” Art Papers Magazine Apr. 2002: 12-13.
2002 Schwazman, Carol. “Review: New York: Kara Walker.” Art Papers Jan/Feb 2002: 46-47.
2002 Sheets, Hilarie M. “Kara Walker’s cutout silhouettes of antebellum racial stereotypes are lewd, provocative- and beautiful.” ARTnews Apr. 2002: 126-129.
2002 Smith, Roberta. “At the Guggenheim, Selected Short Subjects.” The New York Times 19 Jul. 2002: 35.
2002 Subotnick, Ali. “Kara Walker.” Make (Special Edition) 92 (2002): 25-27.
2002 Vahland, Kia. “Kara Walker.” Art das Kunstmagazin 5 (May 2002): 2-39.
2002 Viahland, Kia. “Die im Dunklen sieht man doch: zu Besuch im Schattenreich.” Art May 2002: 32-39.
2001 “(About) Arts International.” (ai) Performance for the Planet Fall 2001: 8-10.
2001 Beem, Edgar. “Kara Walker.” The Boston Globe 30 Dec. 2001.
2001 Herzog, Samuel. “Die schwarze Seele wird von der Moderne verbraucht.” Basler Zeitung 9-10 Jun. 2001.
2001 “Kara Walker at Brent Sikkema.” The New Yorker 1 Oct. 2001: 20-21.
2001 MacAdam, Alfred. “Kara Walker/Brent Sikkema.” ARTnews Nov. 2001: 76.
2001 Mendelsohn, Meredith. “Kara Walker.” Tema Celeste Nov./Dec. 2001: 79.
2001 Moore, Alan. “Broken Love.” Artnet.com 4 Oct. 2001.
2001 Newhall, Edith. “Critic’s Eye: Kara Walker.” New York [Fall Preview Special] 10 Sept. 2001: 92.
2001 Shanley, Douglas. “Kara Walker/Brent Sikkema.” Flash Art Nov./Dec. 2001: 94-95.
2001 Smith, Roberta. “Art in Review: Kara Walker ‘American Primitive’.” The New York Times 28 Sept. 2001.
2001 Steinberg, Claudia. “Scharfe Schnitte.” Deutsch Vogue Ap