NANCY SPERO

1926, Cleveland, Ohio - Lived and worked in New York - 2009

INDIVIDUAL CATALOGUES
     
Nancy Spero [Notes in Time on Women Part II Women: Appraisals, Dance & Active Histories]  The Picker Art Gallery, Charles A. Dana Arts Center, Colgate University, Hamilton, NY  1979 
Notes in Time: Leon Golub and Nancy Spero  Fine Arts Gallery, University of Maryland  1995 
     
EPHEMERA
Nancy Spero / Maude Boltz [single fold announcement with images and text ] A.I.R. Gallery, New York 1973
Point d' Ironie poster Agnes B. / Hans-Ulrich Obrist 2005
INTERVIEWS WITH SPERO     
     
Woman as Protagonist: Interview with Nancy Spero  in Theories and Documents of Contemporary Art: A Sourcebook of Artists' Writings  1996
     
OTHER PUBLICATIONS     
     
Democracy: A Project by Group Material Bay Press / Dia Art Foundation 1990
Inserts ["Advertising Supplement to The New York Times" sponsored by the Public Art Fund] Group Material 1988
     
CATALOGUES INCLUDING SPERO    
     
A Different War: Vietnam in Art  Independent Curators Incorporated, New York 1990
A.I.R. Gallery Opening Exhibition A.I.R. Gallery, New York 1972
Art and Ideology  The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York 1984
Artists of Conscience The Alternative Museum, NY 1991
Bodies of Resistance [Curator: Barbara Hunt]  Real Art Ways, Hartford, Connecticut / Visual AIDS 2000
Committed to Print: Social and Political Themes in Recent American Printed Art The Museum of Modern Art, New York  1988
Constitution [organized by Group Material] The Temple Gallery, Temple University, Philadelphia 1987
Content: A Contemporary Focus 1974-1984  Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden  1984 
Cultural Economies:Histories from the Alternative Arts Movement, NYC  The Drawing Center, New York 1996
Detente  Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig, Vienna  1994
Devil on the Stairs: Looking Back on the Eighties Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia 1991
Disarming Images: Art for Nuclear Disarmament  The Art Museum Association of America 1984
Disinforamtion: The Manufacture of Consent  The Alternative Museum, New York  1985 
Documenta 10 Kassel, Germany 1997 
Do It  Independent Curators, Inc., New York 1997
Gloria:Another Look at Feminist Art of the 1970s White Columns, New York 2002
Ikon / Logos: Word as Image The Alternative Museum 1981
Images of Power: Visual Statements by Ten Major Women Artists Rockland Center for the Arts, Nyack, New York 1987
Liberty and Justice [curated by Group Material and the Alternative Museum Alternative Museum, New York  1986 
Magiciens de la Terre  Musee National d'Art Moderne Centre Georges Pompidou  1989
Making Their Mark: Women Artists Move Into The Mainstream 1970-85 Cincinatti Museum of Art  1993 
Massive Political Group Show II: Visual Art, Performance, Music, Poetry, Video. [poster / no catalogue] ABC No Rio, New York 1985
Matrix, A Changing Exhibition of Contemporary Art  [1983] Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT  1975+ 
Memento Mori  Moore College of Art, Philadelphia 1985
Messages: Words and Images  Freedman Gallery, Albright College 1981
Overview 1972-1977: An Exhibition in Two Parts A.I.R. Gallery 1978
Perverted by Language  Hillword Art Gallery, New York 1987 
Sniper's Nest: Art That Has Lived with Lucy R. Lippard  Center for Curitorial Studies, Bard College 1996
Stations  Centre International D'Art Contemporian De Montreal 1988
Temporarily Possessed: The Semi-Permanent Collection The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York 1995
The Decade Show: Frameworks of Identity in the 80s The New Museum of Contemporary Art / The Studio Museum of Harlem / the Museum of Contemporary Hispanic Art,, New York 1990
The End: An Independent Vision of Contemporary Culture, 1982-2000 [curatore: Jeanette Ingberman and Papo Colo] Exit Art, New York 2000
The End of the World:Contemporary Visions of the Apocalypse [Curator: Lynn Gumpert] The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York  1983
The Matter at Hand: Contemporary Drawings   Fine Arts Gallery, UWM Art Museum, U. of Wisconsin, Wilwaukee 1990
The Subject of Rape [curated by the Whitney Independent Study Group] Whitney Museum of American Art 1993 
The Walls of the 70s: A Pluralist Exhibition  The QCC Art Gallery - Queensborough Community College CUNY  1983
Thinking Print: Books to Billboards, 1980-1995 The Museum of Modern Art, New York
1996
Three Cities Against the Wall: Ramallah / Tel Aviv / New York  ABC No Rio, New York / Al-Hallaj Gallery, Ramallah / Beit Ha'omanim, Tel Aviv 2005
WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles 2007
Walk Ways Independent Curators International  2002 
Whitney Biennial 1993 [Elisabeth Sussman with Thelma Golden, John G. Hanhardt and Lisa Philips]]  Whitney Museum of American Art 1993 
Women Choose Women The New York Cultural Center 1973
Word as Image: American Art 1960-1990  Milwaukee Art Museum 1990
     
GROUP MATERIAL EXHIBITIONS     
     
MASS The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York 1986
Resistance (Anti-Baudrillard) White Columns, New York 1987
     
BOOKS INCLUDING SPERO    
     
Alternative Art New York 1965-1985 The Drawing Center / University of Minnesota Press 2002
Art After Modernism: Rethinking Representation  The New Museum of Contemporary Art  1984 
Art in the Age of Mass Media Westview Press 1994
Art Talk: The Early 80s  Da Capo Press  1988
Art Workers: Radical Practice in the Vietnam Era University of California Press 2009
Creative Time: The Book 33 Years of Public Art in NYC Princeton Architectural Press 2007
5000 Artists Return to Artists Space: 25 Years  Artists Space / D.A.P. Press  1998
From the Center: feminist essays on women's art  Dutton  1976 
Get the Message? A Decade of Art for Social Change [Lucy Lippard] E.P. Dutton 1984
Hot Off The Press: Prints and Politics  Tamarind Institute / The University of New Mexico Press 1994
Land and Environmental Art Phaidon 1998
SoHo: The Rise and Fall of an Artists' Colony  Routledge 2003
Theories and Documents of Contemporary Art: A Sourcebook of Artists' Writings  University of California Press 1996 
The Pink Glass Swan: Selected Feminist Essays on Art  The New Press, New York 1995
Thinking About Exhibitions  Routledge 1996
     
PERIODICALS INCLUDING SPERO     
     
Art in America, [A Critic's Diary: The New York Art Year by David Bourdon: pertaining to the picket at the Whitney related to the Rockefeller collection exhibition]  July-August 1977
Art in America [From Existence to Essence: Nancy Spero by David Kuspit]  January  1984 
Art Journal [Going Virtual - Franklin Furnace] Summer 2000
Art-Rite # 9 Art-Rite Publishing 1975 
Heresies #1 Feminism, Art and Politics  Heresies 1977
Heresies #6 On Women and Violence Heresies 1978
Heresies #15 Racism Heresies 1982
Heresies #20 Activists, Organizers, Progressives... Heresies 1985
Heresies #24 Twelve Years Heresies 1989
Heresies #25 The Art of Education Heresies 1990
Ikon, Second Series: Special Issue Art Against Apartheid  Ikon, New York 1986
New Observations #82 - Response to War  New Observations Ltd., New York 1991
Parkett # 14 Parkett  1987 
Parkett # 18 Parkett 1988 
Printed Project # 6 [included in The Agency of Unrealized Projects] Visual Artists Ireland 2007
Studio International Vol. 195 No. 990 - Special Issue: Art Galleries & Alternative Spaces Studio International 1980
The Flue Vol. 3, #1: Special Issue on Artists' Books, Archives and Collections Franklin Furnace 1982
Third Text # 1  Third Text, Autumn  1987 
Upfront # 12/13 - PADD [Politicial Art and Documentation / Distribution] PAD/D 1986/7
     
EXHIBITION REVIEWS    
     
See: A.I.R. Gallery