Media / Reviews

Photography Commissions for Publication Alphabetical by author name


Appiah, Kwame Anthony. “The Case for Contamination.” The New York Times Magazine 1 Jan. 2006. Print and web.


Beers, David. “Blue Sky, California.” New York Times Magazine 12 May 1996. Print. [Portrait of David Beers]


Bruni, Frank. “Reconstructing Marky Mark.” The New York Times Magazine 31 Aug. 1997. Print and web. [Portrait of Mark Wahlberg]


Dee, Jonathan. “Neither Straight Nor Outta Compton.” The New York Times Magazine 25 July 2010. Print and web. [Portraits of Katey Red and Big Freedia]


Dent, David. “The Gospel According to Conrad Muhammad.” VIBE Nov. 1999. Print. [Portrait of Conrad Muhammad]


DeParle, Jason. “Mary Ann Moore’s Welfare.” The New York Times Magazine 8 Dec. 1994. Print and web.


—. “Welfare to Work: A Sequel.” The New York Times Magazine 28 Dec. 1997. Print and web.


Elie, Paul. “The Next Cardinal.” The New York Times Magazine 10 Oct. 1999. Print and web.


Ex, Kris. “The Art of War.” VIBE Aug. 2000. Print. [Portrait of Dead Prez]


Ferguson, Russell, Ed. Uncommon Sense. Los Angeles, CA: Museum of Contemporary Art, 1997. Print.


Hedegaard, Erik. “The Entertainer: Al Sharpton.” New York Magazine 18 Oct. 2004. Print. [Portrait of Al Sharpton]


Hodgman, John. “Antony Finds His Voice.” The New York Times Magazine 4 Sept. 2005. Print and web. [Portrait of Antony Hegarty]


Hyland, John. “Hot Chicks, Cool Rooms.” The New York Times Magazine’s Fashions of the Times Spring 2001. Print and web.


Johnson, Roy S. “The New Black Power.” Fortune 4 Aug. 1997. Print. [Portrait of Bob Johnson]


Kuper, Simon. “The World’s Game Is Not Just a Game.” The New York Times Magazine 26 May 2002. Print and web.


Maslin, Janet. “The Unnominated.” The New York Times Magazine 17 Mar. 1996. Print and web. [Portrait of Jennifer Jason Lee]


Max, D. T. “To Sleep No More.” The New York Times Magazine 6 May 2001. Print and web.


Ogunnaike, Lola. “Hollywood: Special Collector’s Issue.” Code Magazine Mar. 2000. Print. [Portraits of Reggie Hudlin, Jeffery Wright, Malcolm Lee, and John Singleton]


—. “What’s Really on the Minds of Americans: A Special Photography Issue.” The New York Times Magazine 7 May 2000. Print and web.


Ogunnaike, Lola et al. “Next: Rappers and Proteges.” VIBE Sept. 2000. Print. [Portraits of Cuban Link, Fat Joe, Jermaine Dupri, Jill Scott, Lil’ Bow Wow, Missy Elliot, Mocha, The Roots, and Torrey Carter]


Stanley, Alessandra. “Berlusconi, The Return.” The New York Times Magazine 15 Apr. 2001. Print and web. [Portrait of Silvio Berlusconi]


Stoddard, Grant. “Sex/steria.” New York Magazine 22 Nov. 2004. Print.


“Times Square: A Special Photography Issue.” The New York Times Magazine 18 May 1997. Print and web.             


Wallach, Amei. “The Widow Peaks.” The New York Times Magazine 24 Sept. 2000. Print and web. [Portrait of Yoko Ono]




Articles & Interviews Alphabetical by author name


“Chuck Close and Lyle Ashton Harris Artist Discussion – Excessive Exposure” N.p., n.d. Web. 1 June 2011.


Cotter, Holland. “Art after Stonewall: 12 Artists Interviewed.” Art in America 82.6 (June 1994): 63. Print.


“Dialogue with Lyle Ashton Harris and Jack Pierson by Jerry Saltz.” A Tale of Three Cities. Intervista Productions. NHK, Tokyo. 1995. Television.


Harris, Lyle Ashton.  “Drag Racing.” Rrose is a Rrose is a Rrose: Gender Performance in Photography. Ed. Jennifer Blessing. New York: Guggenheim Museum, 1997. 190-203.


—. “Queen, Alias and Id.” Atlantica 6, Feb. 1996: 70-7. Print.


—. “Revenge of a Snow Queen.” OutLook Summer 1991: Cover [Untitled #1, 1987-88], n. pag. Print.


Harris, Lyle Ashton, and Chuck Close. “A Conversation.” 20 x 24. Ridgefield: Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, 1999. Print.


—. “Chuck Close Master Portraitist: Lyle Ashton Harris at Chuck Close’s Studio in Soho.” aRUDE Winter 1999: 74-6. Print.


Harris, Lyle Ashton, and Holland Cotter. “After Stonewall.” Art in America June 1994: 63. Print.


Harris, Lyle Ashton, et al. Ghana: Who Knows Tomorrow. Accra: Dei Centre for the Study of Contemporary African Art, 2010. Print.


Harris, Lyle Ashton, and Tommy Gear. “Coco Fusco: English is Broken Here.” aRUDE Fall 1995: 54-5. Print.


Harris, Lyle Ashton, and Thomas Allen Harris. “Black Window: A Conversation.” The Passionate Camera: Photography and Bodies of Desire. Ed. Deborah Bright. London: Routledge, 1998. 248-62. Print.


Harris, Lyle Ashton, and Marlon Riggs. “Revolutionary Acts—Interview with Marlon Riggs.” Afterimage 18.8 (1991): 8-11. Print.


Harris, Lyle Ashton, and Cindy Sherman. “The Sublime, The Grotesque, The Epic: Lyle Ashton Harris Interviews Cindy Sherman.” aRUDE Spring 1999: 50-4. Print.


Harris, Lyle Ashton, and William Stern. “Pardon Our Appearance: Masculinity under Construction.” Art Journal 56.2 (Summer 1997): 6-17. Print.


Klein, Richard. “Lyle Ashton Harris & Chuck Close: A Conversation.” Nka: Journal of Contemporary African Art Fall-Winter 2000: 56-63. Print.


—, ed. 20 x 24. Ridgefield: Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, 1999.


“Lyle Ashton Harris.” Citywide. WNYU, New York, 12 Apr. 2011. Radio.


Philips, Anthony. “Postmodern Vamp: Living the Good Life with Photographer Lyle Ashton Harris.” aRUDE (Spring 1995): 20-1. Print.




Reviews Alphabetical by author name


Akomfrah, John. “On the Borderline.” TEN.8 2.1 (Spring 1991): Cover [Man and Woman #1, 1987-88], 50-61. Print.


Aletti, Vince. “It’s a Family Affair.” Review of “The Good Life” exhibition. The Village Voice 27 Sept. 1994. Cover [Brotherhood, Crossroads, and Etcetera #3, 1994]. Print.


—. “Lyle Ashton Harris.” Review of “Ghana” exhibition. The New Yorker 29 Mar. 2010: 27. Print.


—. “Lyle Ashton Harris.” Review of “Memoirs of Hadrian” exhibition. The Village Voice, 8 Oct. 2003. Web. Web. 1 June 2011.


—. “Lyle Ashton Harris.” Review of “The Watering Hole” exhibition. The Village Voice 24 Sept. 1996. Print.


—. “Voice Choices.” The Village Voice 9 Nov. 1994. Print.


Alston, Johnetta A. “Family Portrait.” POZ Dec. 1994-Jan. 1995: 29. Print.


Anderson, Frances. “The Gallery Strikes Back: The Commercial Scene, Los Angeles.” The Art Newspaper (July-Aug. 1996): 34. Print.


Antonini, Maria Chiara. “Con gli occhi dell’America.” Architectural Digest July 2001: 48-50. Print.


Arata, Tani, et al. “Kwangju Biennial: The Curators’ Gossip.” Flash Art Summer 2000: 98-9. Print.


Artner, Alan G. “Persona Non Grata.” Review of “Persona” exhibition. The Chicago Tribune 17 Mar. 1996: 3. Print.


Atkins, Robert. “From Preppie to Orange Hair in an Amsterdam Minute.” The New York Times 25 Sept. 1994: H40. Print.


Avgikos, Jan. “Ciphers of Identity.” Review of  “Ciphers of Identity” exhibition. Artforum 32.8 (Apr. 1994): 91. Print.


Baer, Ulrich. “Deep in the Archive.” Aperture, Winter 2008: 54-9. Print.


Bishop, Philip E. “Art Review: Exhibit explores history, hipness.” Review of “Crossing the Line” exhibition. Orlando Sentinel, 19 Apr. 2007: F5. Print.


Bleckner, Ross. “Emerging Artists.” Out Fall 1992: 47. Print.


Bonami, Francesco. “Body Politic.” Los Angeles Times 11 Dec. 1992: 16. Print.


—. “Disputed Identities US/UK.” Parachute 65 (Jan.-Mar. 1992): 59-60. Print.


—. “Schwarze Art Trouble.” Review of “Schwarze Kunst” exhibition. Flash Art May-June    1992:132. Print.


Bonetti, David. “Art.” Review of “Alchemy” exhibition. San Francisco Examiner 4 Feb. 1998: C3. Print.


Brooks, Kalia. “Photographer Lyle Ashton Harris, best known for turning the camera on himself, turns it on others in an arresting series ofChocolate Portraits.’” Slate Group, 15 May 2011. Web. 1 June 2011.


Brooks, Rosetta. “Narcissistic Disturbance at Otis Art Gallery.” Review of “Narcissistic Disturbance” exhibition. Artforum 33.10 (Summer 1995): 112. Print.


Budney, Jen. “Spotlight: Black Male.” Review of “Black Male” exhibition. Flash Art Feb. 1995: 91. Print.


Camhi, Leslie. “Masculine Feminine.” Review of “A Rrose is a Rrose is a Rrose” exhibition. The Village Voice 4 Feb. 1997: 91. Print.


Canning, S.M. “The Good Life.” Review of “The Good Life” exhibition. New Art Examiner Dec. 1994: 44. Print.


“Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, First Lady of France, Arrives at Steinhardt to Announce New Partnership.” NYU Steinhart School of Culture, Education and Human Development, 14 Apr. 2010. Web. 1 June 2011.


Clothier, Peter. “Lyle Ashton Harris.” Review of “The Watering Hole” exhibition. Artnews 95.9 (Oct. 1996): 137. Print.


Cohen, Michael. “Lyle Ashton Harris.” Flash Art May-June 1996: 107. Print.


Cork, Richard. “Mirage Show of Wit.”  Review of “Mirage” exhibition. The London Times 27 June 1995: 1. Print.


Cose, Ellis, and Peter Plagens. “Black Like Whom?” Review of “Black Male” exhibition. Newsweek 14 Nov. 1994: 64-6. Print.


Cotter, Holland. “A Multicultural Swirl of Africa, The Americas and Even Outer Space.” Review of “S & M: Shrines and Masquerades” exhibition. The New York Times, 3 Dec. 2008: C1. Print.


—. “Art in Review: Lyle Ashton Harris, ‘The Good Life.’” Review of “The Good Life” exhibition. The New York Times 30 Sept. 1994: C31. Print.


—. “Cameras as Accomplices, Helping Race Divide America Against Itself.” Review of “Only Skin Deep” exhibition. The New York Times 19 Dec. 2003: E2, 37. Print.  


—. “Gay Pride (and Anguish) Around the Galleries.” The New York Times 14 June 1994: C14. Print.


—. “Lyle Ashton Harris.” Review of “Ghana” exhibition. The New York Times 2 Apr. 2010: C27. Print.


—. “When the I is the Subject and It’s Always Changing.” Review of “Memoirs of Hadrian” exhibition. The New York Times 12 Sept. 2003: E2, 34. Print.


Cudlin, Jeffrey. “Hidden.” Review of “Hide/Seek: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture” Exhibition. Washington City Paper, 31 Dec. 2010. Web. 1 June 2011.


Dawson, Jessica. “He Is Some Body: Lyle Ashton Harris’s Enigmatic Self-Portraits.” Review of “Lyle Ashton Harris” exhibition. Washington Post. 1 Feb. 2008: C2. Print.


Dee, Jonathan. “Rap Tendance Grande Folle.” Courrier International 12 Sept. 2010: 50-3. Print.


Di Giampaolo, Pansa. “Ghe Pensi Mi, Atto Primo.” L’Espresso 24 May 2001: 43. Print.


Dougherty, William Tate. “ICA’s ‘Dress codes’: Where Guys Are Dolls.” Review of “Dress Codes” exhibition. The Harvard Crimson 8 Apr. 1993. Web. 1 June 2011.


Dykas, Donn. “From the Muses: Two Influential Photographers.” Echo Magazine 7 Feb. 2008. Print.


Enwezor, Okwui. “The Body in Question: Whose Body? ‘Black Male’: Representations of Masculinity in Contemporary American Art.” Review of “Black Male” exhibition. Third Text 31 (Summer 1995): 69. Print.


“EUR Book Look (Photos): Lyle Ashton Harris’ Excessive Exposure: The Complete Chocolate Portraits.” N.p., 30 Mar. 2011. Web. 1 June 2011.


Feitelberg, Rosemary. “Bravo Biennale: A New View of Africa.” WWDScoop, Summer 2007: 43. Print.


Fitzsimons, Casey. “‘Alchemy’ at New Langton Arts.” Review of “Alchemy” exhibition. Artweek 29.3 (Mar. 1998): 27. Print.


Flett, Kathryn. “Arena Recommends.” Arena July-Aug. 1995: 26. Print.


Fyfe, Joe. “Lyle Ashton Harris.” Art on Paper 9.3 (Jan.-Feb. 2005): 94. Print.


—. “Lyle Ashton Harris at Nathalie Obadia Gallery, Paris.” Review of “Lyle Ashton Harris” exhibition. The Art on Paper 8.6 (July-Aug. 2004): 53. Print.


Gaines, Carl. “Ghana.” Review of “Ghana” exhibition. City Arts, 10 Mar. 2010. Web. 1 June 2011.


Gaines, Charles. “Hotter Than July.” Review of “Hotter Than July” exhibition. Art+Text Oct. 1996: 84. Print.


Genocchio, Benjamin. “Old Faces Inaugurate a Renovated Gallery for Wesleyan.” Review of “The Alumni Show” exhibition. The New York Times 16 Nov. 2003: 14CN, 10. Print.


George, Eddie. “Black Body and Public Enemy.” TEN.8 2.1 (Spring 1991): 68-71. Print.


George, Lynell. “The ‘Black Male’ Debate.” The Los Angeles Times 22 Feb. 1995: 1. Print.


Gilbert, Alan, “Lyle Ashton Harris: Ghana.” Review of “Ghana” exhibition. The Village Voice, 9 Mar. 2010. Web. 1 June 2011.


Glueck, Grace. “Self-Portraits that Obscure the Self.” Review of “Photography of the Self” exhibition. The New York Times, 5 Jan. 2007: E41. Print.


Gopnik, Blake. “National Portrait Gallery’s ‘Hide/Seek’ finds a frame for sexual identity.” Review of “Hide/Seek: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture” Exhibition. The Washington Post, 5 Nov. 2010. Web. 1 June 2011.


Green, David A. “Narcissistic Disturbance.” Review of “Narcissistic Disturbance” exhibition. Art Issues Mar.-Apr. 1995: 40. Print.


Green, Roger. “Review: Artists Photograph Their Interpretations of Family Values.” mLive, 10 Mar. 2006. Web. 1 June 2011.


Gregersen, Anne-Marie. “Fotokunst: Sex I Underetagen.” Avis Udklip 7 Nov. 1995. Print.


Halard, François. “Portraits of the Artists as Young Men.” GQ Magazine Feb. 1995: 164. Print.


Hamer, Katy Diamond. “Excessive Exposure: Lyle Ashton Harris & Chuck Close.” N.p. 25 Mar. 2011. Web. 1 June 2011.


Hannaham, James. “Beyond the Pale.” New York Magazine 28 Jun. 2004: 99. Print.


Hapgood, Susan. “Lyle Ashton Harris.” Art in America 82.11 (Nov. 1994): 106. Print.


“Harris, Lyle Ashton. Excessive Exposure: The Complete Chocolate Portraits (Gregory R. Miller & Co., 2010).” N.p., n.d. Web. 1 June 2011.


Harris, Thomas Allen. “False Assumptions Flaw Criticism.” The Los Angeles Times 26 Aug. 1996: F3. Print.


Haye, Christian. “Myth and the Man.” Review of “Black Male” exhibition. Frieze Jan.-Feb. 1995: 24. Print.


Hayes, William. “Out with the Boys.” Mother Jones July-Aug. 1990: 47-9. Print.


Helfand, Glen. “‘Rhapsodies in Black’ and ‘Alchemy’ Look to the Sources of African American Art.” Review of “Alchemy” exhibition. The San Francisco Bay 32.19 (Feb. 1998): 11-17. Print.


Hess, Elizabeth. “Give Me Fever.” The Village Voice 29 Dec. 1992: 92. Print.


—. “Visible Man.” The Village Voice 22 Nov. 1994: 31-7. Print.


Hovagimyan, G. H. “Black Male Show.” Manhattan File Nov. 1994: 104. Print.


Jefferson, Margo. “Photo Dynamics.” ”Review of “Only Skin Seep” exhibition. The New York Times Book Review 15 Feb. 2004: 41. Print.


Karcher, Von Eva. “Narzib und Fegefeuer.” Art June 1995: 77. Print.


Kaufman, Jason Edward. “Carla Bruni announces Paris-New York arts scholarship.” The Art Newspaper, 30 Mar. 2010. Web. 1 June 2011.


Khan, Omar I. “Negro en Colores.” Review of “Lyle Ashton Harris, Selected Photographs: The First Decade” exhibition. El Universal 22 May 1996. Print.


Kimmelman, Michael. “Constructing Images of the Black Male.” Review of “Black Male” exhibition. The New York Times 11 Nov. 1994: C1. Print.


Kleinhans, Chuck. “Ethnic Notions: Tongues Untied, Mainstreams and Margins.” Jump Cut: A Review of Contemporary Media 36, 1991. 108-11. Print.


Knight, Christopher. “LACMA’s ‘P.L.A.N.’ Isn’t Your Standard Photo Show.” The Los Angeles Times 8 July 1995: F1. Print.


—. “‘Narcissistic’: Art for Artist’s Sake.” Review of “Narcissistic Disturbance” exhibition. The Los Angeles Times 14 Feb. 1995: F1. Print.


Kotz, Liz. “The Body You Want.” Artforum 31.3 (Nov. 1992): 82. Print.


Laneri, Raquel.  “Excessive Exposure: Lyle Ashton Harris’ Extreme Portraits.” Forbes, 23 Mar. 2011. Web. 1 June 2011. 


Leffingwell, Edward. “Lyle Ashton Harris at CRG.” Review of “Memoirs of Hadrian” exhibition. Art in America 91.11 (Nov. 2003): 166-7. Print.


Levin, Kim. “Voice Choices.” The Village Voice 9 Nov. 1994. Print.


Liu, Timothy. “Memoirs of Hadrian.” Artpapers Jan.-Feb. 2004: 48. Print.


“Lyle Ashton Harris.” E-flux, 22 Feb. 2008. Web. 1 June 2011.


“Lyle Ashton Harris @ CRG.” Review of “Ghana” exhibition. Condé Nast Digital, 1 Apr. 2010. Web. 1 June 2011.


“Lyle Ashton Harris at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art.” Review of “Blow Up” exhibition. Art Knowledge News Feb. 2008. Print.


“Lyle Ashton Harris: Blow Up.” Review of “Blow Up” exhibition. The Scottsdale Republic 23 Jan. 2008: Z9. Print.


“Lyle Ashton Harris: Blow Up at Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art.” N.p. 11 Feb. 2008. Web. 1 June 2011.


“Lyle Ashton Harris, the Chocolate Portraits.” The Slate Group, n.d. Web. 1 June 2011.


“Lyle Ashton Harris To Lecture Saturday May 7.” Cleveland Museum of Art, 5 May 2011. Web. 1 June 2011.


Maloney, Martin. “Mirage Season: Enigmas of Race, Difference, and Desire.” Review of “Mirage” exhibition. Flash Art Jan.-Feb. 1996: 47. Print.


Massengill, Reed. Self-Exposure: The Male Nude Self-Portrait. New York: Universe, 2005. Print. Plates 38-9.


McCormack, Tom.  “Hide/Seek, Culture Wars and the History of the NEA.” ArtCat/Tristan Media, 4 May 2011. Web. 1 June 2011.


McQuaid, Cate. “Documenting Life on Ghana Shore.” Review of “Sketches from the Shore” exhibition. Boston Globe, 10 Dec. 2008: G4. Print.


Mejias, Jordon. “Wer Hat Angst vor Schwarzen Man.” Feuilleton 24 Jan. 1995. Print.


Mercer, Kobena. “Dark and Lovely: Notes on Black Gay Image-Making.” TEN.8 2.1 (Spring 1991): 78-85. Print.


—. “Fear of a Black Penis.” Artforum 32.8 (Apr. 1994): 80-1. Print.


Montesano, Gian Marco. “The Final Journey: An Artistic Reflection on the Deaths of Elizabeth of Bavaria (Sissi) and Lady Diana.” Flash Art Nov.-Dec. 1997: 80. Print.


Morgan, Jessica. “Categorical Imperatives.” Review of 52nd Venice Biennale.  Artforum 46.1 (Sept. 2007): 391. Print.


Murphy, Anthony C. “Art Scene.” American Vision Dec. 1994-Jan. 1995: 10. Print.


Myers, Bob E. “Fine Young Cannibals.” OUT Magazine Sept. 1996: 60. Print.


Newkirk, Pamela. “Artalk: His Crowd.” Review of Excessive Exposure by Okwui Enwezor.  Artnews Nov. 2010: 41. Print.


Nochlin, Linda. “Learning from ‘Black Male.’” Review of “Black Male” exhibition. Art in America 83.3 (Mar. 1995): 86. Print.


Northcross, Wayne. “Blood, Sweat and Tears.” Genre Sept. 2004: 93. Print.


“NYU Steinhardt Expands Its Global Art Options.” Art & Education, 26 Oct. 2010. Web. 1 June 2011.


Onedera, Shinichiro. “Art of the Absolute Nude.” Brutus 1 Jan. 1995: 58-65. Print.


Owen, David. “The Straddler.” Review of “Black Male” exhibition. The New Yorker 30 Jan. 1996: 37. Print.


Pedersen, Victoria. “Black Male.” Paper Nov. 1994: 110. Print.


Pela, Robert L. “Camera Obscura.” Review of “Blow Up” exhibition. Phoenix New Times 7 Feb. 2008. Print.


Perrëe, Rob. “Lyle Ashton Harris.” Kunstbeeld Dec. 2003-Jan. 2004: 72-3. Print.


Petry, Michael, ed. A Thing Of Beauty Is . . . [originally published in Art & Design 12.5/6 (1997)]. Hoboken: Wiley, 1997. Print.


Prose, Francine. “Till Death Do Us Part.” Aperture Spring 2000: 59. Print.


Ranaivoarinosy, Sedera. “Lyle Ashton Harris and Excessive Exposure.” WNYU,14 Apr. 2011. Web. 1 June 2011.


Rexer, Lyle. “Only Skin Deep.” Art on Paper 8.4 (Mar.-Apr.): 60-3. Print.


Reyes, Damaso. “Anna Deavere Smith at The Studio Museum.” Amsterdam News 27 Dec. 2004: 37. Print.


Rickels, Laurence A. “Lyle Ashton Harris.” Review of “Memoirs of Hadrian” exhibition. Art US Nov.-Dec. 2003: 32. Print.


Riley, Cheryl R. “Lyle Ashton Harris: A Look at His Camera’s Lens.” Ebony Magazine (July 2007): 196-9. Print.


Ringle, Hayley. “SMoCA helps Valley, Ghana students compare lives via photos.” The Scottsdale Tribune 28 Dec. 2007: A4. Print.


Rosenberg, Ann. “Icons of Identity.” Review of “Disputed Identities” exhibition. Vancouver Sun 25 May 1991: D6. Print.


—. “Sexual Images.” Review of “In This World” exhibition. Vancouver Sun 2 May 1992: SR11. Print.


Rosenberg, Aura. Wer Bin Ich? Was Bin Ich? Wo Bin Ich? Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz, 2008. 156, 184. Print.


Rugoff, Ralph. “Black Like Us: Moving from Stereotypes to Archtypes.” LA Weekly 12 May 1995: 49. Print.


—. “Vanity Fare: Artists and the N Word.” LA Weekly 17 Feb. 1995. Print.


Salvioni, Daniela. “Lyle Ashton Harris, Thomas Allen Harris.” Review of “Alchemy” exhibition. Artforum 36.9 (May 1998): 154. Print.


Sanneh, Kelefa. “Beyond the Pale: Is white the new black?” The New Yorker 12 Apr. 2010: 69. Print.


Schjeldahl. Peter. “The Art World Unhidden Identities: A Glenn Ligon Retrospective.” The New Yorker 21 Mar. 2011: 77. Print.


Schwendener, Martha. “Lyle Ashton Harris, CRG Gallery.” Review of “Memoirs of Hadrian” exhibition. Artforum 42.3 (Nov. 2003): 189-90. Print.


Sebestyen, Amanda. “Black Narcissus.” Review of “AutoPortraits” exhibition. New Statesman 6 Apr. 1990: 44-5. Print.


Seward, Keith. “Lyle Ashton Harris.” Review of “The Good Life” exhibition. Artforum 33.4 (Dec. 1994): 83. Print.


Shamray, Katherine. “Go-Go Photographer Slows Down in Eternal City.” Italy Daily/Herald Tribune 28 May 2001. Print.


Simula, Carlo. “Lyle Ashton Harris.” L’Uomo Vogue May-June 2007: 304. Print.


Sirmans, Franklin. “Best to Protect your Neck: Love One Another.” Ace Magazine July 1993: 14. Print.


Sladen, Mark. “Black on Black.” Art Monthly July-Aug. 1995: 13. Print.


Slenske, Michael. “Carla Bruni-Sarkozy Alights at NYU to Promote Arts Exchange.” Louise Blouin Media, 30 Mar. 2010. Web. 1 Jun 2011.


Smith, Albert.  “Artist Spotlight: Lyle Ashton Harris.” Here Media, 14 Aug. 2010. Web. 1 June 2011.


Smith, Richard. “‘Black Male: Representations of Black Masculinity in Contemporary Art’ at UCLA at the Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center.” Artweek July 1995. Print.


Smith, Roberta. “Decoding la Difference: Gender as Dress and Pose.” Review of “A Rrose is a Rrose is a Rrose” exhibition. The New York Times 17 Jan. 1997: C1. Print.


—. “Finding Art in the Artifact of the Masses.” The New York Times 1 Dec. 1996: H43. Print.


—. “Lyle Ashton Harris.” Review of “The Watering Hole” exhibition. The New York Times 27 Sept. 1996: C29. Print.


Snow, Shauna. “L.A. Area Artists Win Four Arts Federation Fellowships.” Los Angeles Times 14 July 1991: 91. Print.


Solomon, Deborah. “Whitney Solves U.S. Race Problem.” Review of “Black Male” exhibition. The Wall Street Journal 11 Nov. 1994: A12. Print.


Spindler, Amy. “As Street Goes, So Goes Style.” The New York Times 19 Sept. 1993: A6. Print.


Starr, Penny. ““Smithsonian Christmas-Season Exhibit Features Ant-Covered Jesus, Naked Brothers Kissing, Genitalia, and Ellen DeGeneres Grabbing Her Breasts.” Review of “Hide/Seek: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture” Exhibition. CNSNews, 29 Nov. 2010. Web. 1 June 2011.


Steen, Alex. “Venus pa Louisiana.” Avis Udklip 6 Nov. 1995. Print.


Stevens, Mark. “Black Like Them.” New York Magazine Sept. 1994: 52. Print.


Tate, Greg. “Start Black-Owned: Golden Rules.” VIBE Oct. 1994: 34. Print.


Temin, Christine. “ICA’s Provocative ‘Dress Codes.’” Review of “Dress Codes” exhibition. The Boston Globe 10 March 1992: 49. Print.


—. “Seeing the Man behind the Mask.” Review of “Black Male” exhibition. The Boston Globe 24 January 24 1995: 23. Print.


Turner, Grady T. “Lyle Ashton Harris at Jack Tilton.” Review of “The Watering Hole” exhibition. Art in America 85.3 (May. 1997): 99-100. Print.


Udé, Iké. “On Lyle’s Case: Mask and Embrace in the Work of Lyle Ashton Harris.” THRESHOLDS: Viewing Culture 9 (1995): 67, 72. Print.


Vogel, Sabine. “Jeder ist eine Minderheit.” Der Tagesspiegel 8 Jan. 1992. Print.


Walker, Christian. “The Miscegenated Gaze.” San Francisco Camerawork Fall 1991: 12-14. Print.


Wassenberg, Anya. “Lyle Ashton Harris: Excessive Exposure – The Complete Chocolate Portraits.” N.p. 4 Apr. 2011. Web. 1 June 2011.


White, Bethany. “About Face.” Tribes Fall-Winter 1993: 55-9. Print.


Wiggins, Cynthia. “Liberty, Fraternity, Inequality: Race, Rage, Regret.” LA Weekly Aug. 16-22, 1996: 43-4. Print.


Woolery, Reggie. “Body of Knowledge.” Review of “The Watering Hole” exhibition. Artnews 96.10 (Nov. 1997): 54. Print.


—. “The Watering Hole.” Review of “The Watering Hole” exhibition. Fuse Magazine 20.3 (June 1997): 37-9. Print.


Workman, Michael. “Lyle Ashton Harris, Rhona Hoffman Gallery.” Review of “Blowup” exhibition. Flash Art Mar. 2004: 118-19. Print.


Zellen, Jody. “The Good Life.” Review of “The Good Life” exhibition.  Artpress Jan. 1995: 66. Print.


Zook, Kristal Brent. “Longing for Tribe, The Storm over ‘Black Male’ and the Persistence of Nationalist Design.” LA Weekly 12 Apr. 1995. Print.




Citations of Artist/Artwork in Publications Alphabetical by author name


Abdel-Shehid, G. “Closed Place, Open Word: Locating the Post-Manichean in Recent Black Thought.” Canadian Review of American Studies 30.1 (2000): 22-32. Print.


Adbusters 6.17, No. 86 (Nov.-Dec. 2009): Cover [Untitled, 2004]. Print.


Alessandrini, Anthony C. ed. Frantz Fanon: Critical Perspectives. London: Routledge, 1999. 196, 205. Print.


Alker, Gwendolyn, et al., eds. Women and Performance: A Journal of Feminist Theory. 11.1. (1999). Cover [Ecstasy #2, 1987/88]. Print.


Amariglio, Jack. “Kitsch as Kitsch Can, or Can’t: An Introduction to a Symposium of Kitsch, Class, and Aesthetics.” Rethinking Marxism: A Journal of Economics, Culture & Society 22.1 (2010): 23. Print.


Angier, Roswell. Train Your Gaze: A Practical and Theoretical Introduction to Portrait Photography. New York: Watson-Guptil, 2007. 86-7. Print.


Atkins, Robert. “Goodbye Lesbian/Gay History, Hello Queer Sensibility: Meditating on Curatorial Practice.” Art Journal Winter (1996): 80. Print.


Atkinson, Dennis, and Paul Dash. Social and Critical Practices in Art Education. London: Trentham, 2005. 105. Print.


Barnard, Ian. Queer Race: Cultural Interventions in the Racial Politics of Queer Theory. New York: Lang, 2004. 57. Print.


Boogs, Nicholas. “Queer Black Studies: An Annotated Bibliography, 1994-99.” Callaloo 23.1 (2000): 479-94. Print.


Bright, Deborah, ed. The Passionate Camera: Photography and Bodies of Desire. London: Routledge, 1998. Cover [Brotherhood, Crossroads and Etcetera #1, 1994], 11, 15, 248-61, 299, 312. Print.


Brodsky, Joyce. “Cezanne Paints: ‘Whole Body’ Practices and the Genre of Self-Portrayal.” Visual Studies Journal 20.1 (2005): 38. Print.


Brown, Elizabeth A., et al. Short Stories on Photography: The Joseph and Elaine Monsen Collection at the Henry Art Gallery. Seattle: U of Washington P, 2002. 9. Print.


Calo, Mary Ann. “Recovery and Reclamation: A Continuing Project.” American Art 17.1 (2003): 13. Print.


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