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Works from the Permanent Collection
Brad Cushman Gallery, Windgate Center for Art + Design

University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Little Rock, ArkansasEDUCATION  M.F.A. Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, Maryland, 1998

Painting/Mixed-Media Sculpture

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2018

Juan Logan: Elegies
SOCO Gallery, Charlotte, North Carolina

2017
Juan Logan: Fatal Links, paintings, prints and works on paper
The Southern - Contemporary Art Gallery, Charleston, South Carolina

2016
Juan Logan, paintings
Tweed Museum of Art, Duluth, Minnesota

Upstream I: Sweetmare, Paintings by Juan Logan, paintings
Lyndon House Arts Center, Athens, Georgia

2014
Juan Logan: I'll Save You Tomorrow, paintings and sculpture
The Ogden Museum of Southern Art, New Orleans

2013
Juan Logan: The Other City, paintings and prints
N'Namdi Contemporary, Miami, Florida

2012
Juan Logan: Without Stopping, paintings, brochure
Weatherspoon Museum of Art, Greensboro, North Carolina

Juan Logan: Pleasure & Power, paintings, catalogue
Barton Art Galleries, Barton College, Wilson, North Carolina2009 

2009
Juan Logan: Leisure Space, mixed media, catalogue
Gantt Center for African American Arts and Culture, Charlotte, North Carolina

Prop Master: An Installation by Juan Logan with Susan Harbage Page
Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, South Carolina

2007
Juan Logan: Notes and Observations, paintings, catalogue
Rocky Mount Arts Center at the Imperial Centre, North Carolina

2006 
Juan Logan: The Third Place, Paintings, Drawings and Sculptures 1996 – 2006, catalogue
Tweed Museum of Art, Duluth, Minnesota

Juan Logan: Caught Off Guard, Selected Works from 1965-2005  paintings and works on paper,catalogue
Sturgis Gallery of Art, Kennesaw State University, Georgia

2005
Juan Logan: Close Inspection, installations, catalogue
Sumter Gallery of Art, Sumter, South Carolina

Juan Logan: Full Disclosure, paintings, sculpture, installations, catalogue
Greenville County Museum of Art, South Carolina

2003
Juan Logan: Whose Song Shall I Sing?, paintings and sculpture, catalogue
City Gallery at Waterfront Park, Charleston, South Carolina

2002
Juan Logan: Whose Song Shall I Sing?, painting s and sculpture, catalogue
Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Colorado

Juan Logan: Whose Song Shall I Sing?, sculpture
Michigan Avenue Galleries, Chicago Cultural Center, Illinois

2000
Juan Logan: Other Considerations, prints
Trahern Gallery, Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, Tennessee

Juan Logan: Unconscious Bias, sculpture, catalogue
Gallery of Art and Design, North Carolina State University, Raleigh

Juan Logan: Reliquaries, sculpture
The World Bank, District of Columbia

Juan Logan: A Selection of Prints From The 90s’
The Print Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

1999
Juan Logan: Sculpture & Prints
Gomez Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland

1998
Juan Logan: Standard Practices: Reliquaries for America, sculpture
Hodges Taylor Gallery, Charlotte, North Carolina 

Juan Logan: Ginned: An Installation, sculpture
Wellington B. Gray Gallery, Jenkins Fine Arts Center, East Carolina University, Greenville

Juan Logan: Paintings
Gomez Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland

Juan Logan: Standard Practices: Reliquaries for America sculpture & linocuts, catalogue Landmark Gallery, Department of Art, Texas Tech University, Lubbock

1997
Juan Logan: not separate and apart from, sculpture
St. Johns Museum of Art, Wilmington, North Carolina

1996
Juan Logan: Paintings
June Kelly Gallery, New York, New York

1995
Effective Sight: The Paintings of Juan Logan, catalogue, traveling exhibition:(Supported by grants from the Lannan Foundation, Santa Fe, New Mexico, the  New York State Council for the Arts and the North Carolina Arts Council)
Green Hill Center for North Carolina Art, Greensboro, North Carolina, 1995
Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia, 1996
Danville Museum of Art, Danville, Virginia, 1996, Censored
Halsey Gallery, College of Charleston, South Carolina, 1996
Winthrop University Galleries, Rock Hill, South Carolina, 1997
Asheville Art Museum, North Carolina, 1997
Howard University Art Gallery, District of Columbia, 1997
Museum of Art, North Carolina Central University, Durham, 1998


SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2018

Studio Rigour: 30 Years of Investigations
Schmidt Dean Gallery, Cherry Hill, New Jersey

Under Construction: Collage from the Mint Museum
Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, North Carolina

Truth Be Told: For Freedom 50 States Initiative
Diggs Gallery, Winston-Salem State University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Loud Silence: Expressions of Activism
Sordoni Art Gallery, Wilkes University, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania

A Creative Journey: The Collection of Judy and Patrick Diamond
Harvey B. Gantt Center for African American History and Culture, Charlotte, North Carolina  

Works from the Permanent Collection
Brad Cushman Gallery, Windgate Center for Art + Design,
University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Little Rock, Arkansas

Selections from the Permanent Collection
Chazen Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin

If Not Now, When?
September Gray Art Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia

Portraits of Who We Are
David C. Driskell Center at the University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland

Resistance, Reform and Reasoning
IP Stanback Museum and Planetarium, South Carolina State University, Organeburg, South Carolina

Black Matters
72 and Sunny, Playa Vista, California

Shadow as Witness
Curator Love, Los Angeles, California

2017
SOCO Gallery at | UNTITLED Art Fair 
Miami Beach, Florida

Glitter Bold: Matthew Carter, Juan Logan, Abdul Mazid, Curated by Erika Hirogami
Jai & Jai Gallery, Los Angeles, California

2016
Remix: Themes and Variations in African-American Art, Curated by Columbia Museum
Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia, South Carolina
(Artists: Amalia Amaki, Benny Andrews, Radcliffe Bailey, Richmond Barthé,  Romare Bearden, Tarleton Blackwell, Chakaia Booker, iona rozeal brown, Elizabeth Catlett, Willie Cole, Robert Colescott, Renee Cox, Willis "Bing" Davis, Krista Franklin, Maren Hassinger, Damond Howard, Terry K. Hunter, William Johnson, Jacob Lawrence, Glenn Ligon, Juan Logan, Whitfield Lovell, Beverly McIver, Fahamu Pecou, Michaela Pilar Brown, Colin Quashie, Betye Saar, Joyce Scott, Lorenzo Scott, Renée Stout, Mickalene Thomas, Bob Thompson, Leo Twiggs, Kara Walker, Nari Ward,  Charles White, Kehinde Wiley, Antoine William and Hale Woodruff)

2015
Power, Protest and Resistance: The Art of the Revolution, Curated by Oshun Layne and Daniel Simmons

Skylight Gallery, Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation, Brooklyn, New York

Grand Opening of the Benjamin J. Dineen, III and Dennis C. Hull Gallery, Curated by Andrea Siegel
Hudson County Community College, Jersey City, New Jersey

Confluence, Curated by Jumaani N'Namdi
N’Namdi Contemporary Fine Art, Miami, Florida
(Artists: Mcarthur Binion, NanetteCarter, Ed Clark, Gregory Coates, Deborah Dancy, Rashid Johnson, Addie Langford, Juan Logan, MauroMachado, Allie McGhee, Vicente Pimentel, HowardenaPindell and Neha Vedpathak)

Mixed Messages5
Press Street/Antenna Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana

2014
40 and Counting, Curated by Kim Curry-Evans
Harvey B. Gantt Center for African- American Arts+Culture, Charlotte, North Carolina

arts/INDUSTRY: Collaboration and Revelation, Curated by Ruth DeYoung Kohler
John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin

Hoi Polloi - Kaplan Gallery, Curated by Brian Garner
Visarts at Rockville, Maryland (John Bohl, James Bouche, David Brown, Ruth Channing,Chris Day, Bill Fick, Luis Flores, Alan Grabelsky, Rachel Henriques, Juan Logan, Raoul Middleman, Hermonie Only, William Pope L, Liliana Porter, JonathanThomas, and Eva Wylie)

2013
Art Fusion MIA
Miami Florida as part of Art Basel, Miami

Civil Rights: Then, Now and When, Curated by Ellen Zischoltz
IP Stanback Museum, Orangeburg, South Carolina (Alex Powers, Michaela Pilar Brown, John Right, Mana Hewitt, Leo Morrisey, Kim Ledee, Gypsy Schindler, Dalvin Spann, Cedric Umoja, Michael Wessel, Susan Smith, Christoper Sims, Pat Kaufman)

Dieu Donne Annual Benefit Exhibition
Dieu Donne, New York

2011
Brian Garner: Collaborations From Litho Shop
Davidson College, Smith Gallery, North Carolina

2010
The Narcissism of Minor Differences, Curated by Gerald Ross and Christopher Whittey
Decker and Meyerhoff Galleries, Maryland Institute, College of Art, Baltimore (Jane Alexander, William Anastasi, Jonathan Borofsky, Mary Coble, Patricia Cronin, Sam Durant, Melvin Edwards, Maria-Theresa Fernandes, Francisco de Goya, Leon Golub,  Philip Guston, Juan Logan, Stephen Marc, Jaune Quick-To-See-Smith, Rigo 23, Roee Rosen, Karina Aguilera Skvirsky)

Mixing Metaphors: The Aesthetic, the Social, and the Political in African American Art,
Guest Curator: Deborah Willis
Gallery of Art, Howard University, Washington, District of Columbia (Romare Bearden, Dawoud Bey, John Biggers, Sam Gilliam, Jacob Lawrence, Juan Logan, Whitfield Lovell, Julie Mehretu, Faith Ringgold, Robert Sengstaacke, Chuck Stewart, James VanDerZee, Lorna Simpson, Carrie Mae Weems, Fred Wilson, Ernest C. Withers, among others)

On the Mark: Contemporary Works on Paper, Curated by Ann Shafer
Baltimore Museum of Art, Maryland (Astrid Bowlby, Annabel Daou, Tara Donovan, Ann Hamilton, Ellsworth Kelly, Juan Logan, Vik Muniz, Gerhard Richter, Koo Kyung Sook)

2009
Collected
McColl Center for Visual Arts, Charlotte, North Carolina

Selected works from the G.R. N’Namdi Gallery
G.R. N’Namdi Gallery, New York, New York
(Frank Bowling RA, Nanette Carter, Ed Clark, Gregory Coates, Herb Gentry, Sam Glliam, Rashid Johnson, Allie McGhee, Al Loving, Juan Logan, Alexis Peskine, Howardena Pindel)  

Kaleidoscope: Changing Views of the Permanent Collection
Cameron Art Museum, Wilmington, North Carolina,

African American Currents: Contemporary Art from the Bank of America Collection 
40 Acres Art Galley, Sacramento, California

Living African American Artists of North Carolina, catalogue
Greenville Museum of Art, North Carolina

Selections from the Permanent Collection
Tweed Museum of Art, Duluth, Minnesota

2008
Strength In Numbers: Artists Respond to Conflict
Sragow Gallery, New York, New York (Calvin Burnett, Elizabeth Catlett, Reginald Gammon, Jacob Lawrence, Juan Logan, Lorenzo Pace,  Moira Pernambuco, Howardena Pindell ,Clarissa Sligh, Vincent Smith, John Wilson)

Scene In America: A Contemporary Look at the Black Male Image
Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, North Carolina
Landscape of Slavery: The Plantation In American Art, catalogue, traveling exhibition
University of Virginia Art Museum, Charlottesville

Gibbes Art Museum, Charleston, South Carolina
Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, Georgia

Art and Social Conscience: The Holocaust
Cameron Art Museum, Wilmington, North Carolina

2007
Innovations: Recent Editions from the Brodsky Center
Rupert Ravens Contemporary, Newark, New Jersey

Glimpse
SACI Gallery (Studio Art Centers International), Florence, Italy

Dashangzi Art Festival
HuanTie International Arts Center, Beijing, China

2006
Unstitched, Unbound; Imprints for Change
Nathan Cummings Foundation, New York

2005
Shared Spaces, Curated by Joe Ford, Director of City Without Walls
Seton Hall University, Law School, South Orange, New Jersey

Quickening
Museum of Contemporary Art, Tucson, Arizona

Noah’s Ark, catalogue
TsingHua University Art Gallery, Beijing, China

Homegrown: Southeast, catalogue
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, North Carolina

First Beijing International Art Camp Open Exhibition, catalogue
Suojiacun Art Center, Beijing, China

Road in Sight, catalogue
Duke University, Durham, North Carolina

Palm Beach Contemporary
West Palm Beach, Florida

2004
A History of Color
Greenville County Museum of Art, South Carolina

Prevalence of Ritual
African American Museum of Nassau County, Hempstead, New York

Art in the South: The Charleston Perspective
Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, South Carolina

Sum Parts: From The Permanent Collection, Curated by Ana Vejzovic
Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis, Tennessee (Joseph Albers, Blythe Bohnen, Chuck Close, Jenny Holzer, Jasper Johns, Glen Ligon, Juan Logan, Ed Ruscha, S.M.S., Lorna Simpson, Frank Stella, Juergen Strunch, Jack Tworkov, Carrie Mae Weems and Andy Warhol)

2003
The Felt Moment
Columbia Museum of Art, South Carolina

Passing, catalogue
Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, North Carolina

New South, Old South, Somewhere in Between
Levine Museum of the New South, Charlotte, North Carolina

Contemporary Western North Carolina: Works On Paper 
Asheville Museum of Art, North Carolina

2002 
Biennial Exhibition: On Paper, Collaborations in Print and Pulp, catalogue

Memphis College of Art, Tennessee

ArtPalmBeach Modern & Contemporary Art Fair
West Palm Beach, Florida

A New Paradigm
School 33 Art Center, Baltimore Maryland

Shadows & Silhouettes: The Dangerous Faces of Willie Cole and Juan Logan
Memphis College of Art, Tennessee 

Native Voices: New Jersey and Westward: The Rutgers Center for Innovative Print and Paper Fellowship Exhibition 
Mason Gross School of the Arts Galleries, New Brunswick, New Jersey

2001
Facing Each Other: Prints Concerning Identity from the Rutgers Center for Innovative Print and Paper
Painted Bride Art Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Absence of Color
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Pennsylvania

Homegrown
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Visibilities: Recent Prints by Radcliffe Bailey, Hung Liu and Juan Logan, Tippy Stern Fine Art, Charleston, South Carolina

2000
Absence of Color?  Sande Webster Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
An Exuberant Bounty: Prints and Drawings by African Americans
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Pennsylvania

Culture of Class:  Issues of Class in North American CultureDecker & Meyerhoff Galleries, Maryland Institute, College of Art Baltimore

Reliquaries for America, San Francisco Craft and Folk Art Museum,California

1999
Mind and Eye: Works by Contemporary Maryland Artists
Government House, Annapolis, Maryland

On Site/In Sight: A Drawing Exhibition
Maryland Art Place, Baltimore

73rd Annual International Competition: Printmaking, catalogue
The Print Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Narratives In Print, catalogue
Evergreen House, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland

1998
Tredje Internationella Litografiska Symposiet, catalogueLitografiska Akademin, Tidaholm, Sweden

New Prints Goya Girl Press, Baltimore, Maryland

1997
Charles Fambro and Juan Logan - Paintings, Prints and Collages
Waterloo Museum of Art, Iowa

Kerek Zold/Circle Green, catalogue
Budapest Galeria, Budapest, Hungary

1996 
In Rare Form - Elizabeth Catlett & Juan Logan, catalogueAfro-American Cultural Center, Charlotte, North Carolina

1995
Bearing Witness, brochureSuburban Fine Arts Center, Highland Park, IllinoisNoyes Cultural Arts Center, Evanston, Illinois 

7 Recent Acquisitions
Hammonds House Galleries, Atlanta, Georgia 

Civil Rights Now, Curated by Bruce Lineker, catalogue, traveling exhibition,
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Ohio
Institute for Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
Parrish Art Museum. Southhampton, New York
(Luis Cruz Azaceta, Gerda Meyer Bernstein, Nayland Blake, William Christenberry, Thornton Dail,  Melvin Edwards, Leon Golub, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, David Hammons, Lonnie Holley, Barbara Kruger, Cary  Leibowitz, Zoe Leonard, Juan Logan, Daniel J. Martinez, Wlilie Middlebrook, Adrian Piper, Catherine Saalfield, Collier Schorr, Joyce Scott, Andres Serrano, Lorna Simpson, Herbert Singleton, Nancy Spero, May Sun, Danny Tisdale, Carrie Mae Weems, David Wojnarowicz)


SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS 

Ackland Art Museum, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Aljira, A Center for Contemporary Art, Newark, New Jersey
Art in Embassies Program, Lome, Togo
Art in Embassies Program, Pretoria, South Africa
Asheville Art Museum, North Carolina
Atlanta Fulton Public Library, Atlanta, Georgia
Baltimore Museum of Art, Maryland
Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Colorado
Cameron Art Museum, Wilmington, North Carolina
Chazen Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin
City of Belmont, North Carolina
City of Charlotte, North Carolina
City of Durham, North Carolina
City of Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, California
Des Moines Art Center, Iowa
Davidson College, North Carolina
Fine Arts Center, School District of Greenville County, Greenville, South Carolina
Gantt Center for African American Art and Culture, Charlotte, North Carolina
Gaston County Museum of Art and History, Dallas, North Carolina
Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, South Carolina
Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, South Carolina
Hammonds House Galleries, Atlanta, Georgia
Henry Copeland Art Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
International Arts and Artists, Washington, District of Columbia
Johnson C. Smith University, Charlotte, North Carolina
Johns Hopkins University, Weinberg Building, Baltimore, Maryland
John Michael Kohler Art Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin
Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois
Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Tennessee
Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, North Carolina
Mint Museum of Craft & Design, Charlotte, North Carolina
Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, Georgia
Museum of African-American Art, Los Angeles, California
Museum of Art, North Carolina Central University, Durham
National Gallery, Harare, Zimbabwe
National Museum of African Art, District of Columbia
North Carolina Arts Council, Artworks for State Buildings, Raleigh, North Carolina
North Carolina A & T State University, Greensboro
Petrucci Family Foundation Collection of African-American Art, Asbury, New Jersey
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Pennsylvania
Robbins Center for Cross Cultural Communications, Washington, District of Columbia School of Law, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Southeast Arkansas Arts and Science Center, Pine Bluff
Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, Washington, DC
Spirit Square Center for Arts and Education, Charlotte, North Carolina
The New York Public Library, New York
Tubman African American Museum, Macon, Georgia
Tweed Museum of Art, Duluth, Minnesota
Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, North Carolina
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, New York
Winston-Salem State University, North Carolina
Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Museum of Art, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick


SELECTED CORPORATE COLLECTIONS

Adaron Development Group, Inc., Research Triangle Park, North Carolina
Ariel Capital Management, Inc., Chicago, Illinois
Bank of America, Charlotte, North CarolinaBell South, Atlanta, Georgia
Blue Cross of Greater Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Branch Banking and Trust, Charlotte, North Carolina
British Airways, Chicago, Illinois
Carney & Brothers Ltd., Chicago, Illinois
D. C. May Company, Durham, North Carolina
First Union National Bank, Greensboro, North Carolina
Glaxo Incorporated, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina
Guest Quarters Hotel, Charlotte, North Carolina
Hyatt Dorado Beach Hotel, Dorado, Puerto Rico
Hyatt House of Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Kaiser Permanente, Raleigh, North Carolina
Kohler Company, Kohler, Wisconsin
Johnson & Johnson Corporate Headquarters Collection, New Brunswick, New Jersey
LCI Corporation, Charlotte, North Carolina
Lincoln National Insurance, Fort Wayne, Indiana
Litho Industries/Amplith Corporation, Raleigh, North Carolina
McKinsey and Company, Charlotte, North Carolina
Mutual Savings and Loan, Durham, North Carolina
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company, Charlotte, North Carolina
Poyner & Spruill, Raleigh, North Carolina
Radisson Plaza Hotel, Nashville, Tennessee
Saks Fifth Avenue, Troy, Michigan
Smith Helms Mulliss and Moore, Charlotte, North Carolina
Sutherland, Asbill and Brennan, Atlanta, Georgia
Swiss Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia
The Thompson Agency, Charlotte, North Carolina


SELECTED PUBLIC AND CORPORATE COMMISSIONS

"Freedom Walkway," Old Woolworth Site, 2014-2016, (granite, LEDs, plant material, 20' x 200') Rock Hill, South Carolina. In collaboration with Groundworks Studio.

“Grounded Here” 2010 (granite, sandstone, plant material, 1.5’ x 15’ x 18’) Warnersville/Ashe Street Project, Action Greensboro, North Carolina

“Horizon Line”, 2009, (Two LED lighting installations, each - 8’ x 32’) Raleigh Arts Commission, City Plaza, Raleigh North Carolina

“Intersections”, 2008-2009 (granite, plant material, 30’ x 30’) Gantt Center for African American Arts and Culture, Charlotte, North Carolina

“Elements of Time”, 2001, (mosaic sculpture, 1.5’ x 24’ x 24’), Hillside Park, City of Durham, North Carolina

“Choose Your Destiny”, 1998 (mural, 8’x 16’ acrylic on duraply), Green Fair Manor Housing Program, Lubbock, Texas

“Home”, 1998  (mural, 4’ x 10’, acrylic on canvas), Gaston County Courthouse,Gastonia, North Carolina

“The Seed”, 1997 (sculpture, 11.5’ x 7.75’ x 3.5’, stainless steel), Biomedical/Biotechnology Center, North Carolina Central University, (North Carolina Arts Council, Art Works for State Buildings)

“The Journey”, 1996 (twelve color screen print, 29” x 35 3/4”, edition of 25), Charlotte Chamber of Commerce, North Carolina

“Roads Home”, 1996 ( two wall mounted sculptures, each  8’ x 14.5’ x 4’, stainless steel), Charlotte Transportation Center, North Carolina (Project funded by Bank of America)

“Pillar of Enlightenment”, 1995 (sculpture, 8’ x 16’ x 6’, steel and stainless steel), Gaston County Public Library, Gastonia, North Carolina


BIBLIOGRAPHY
SELECTED BOOKS, CATALOGUES, ARTICLES AND PERIODICALS

Araujo,Ana Lucia. Politics of Memory: Making Slavery Visible inthe Public Space, Routledge, 2013
(ISBN 113631315X) (ISBN 9781136313158)

Ater, Renee. Slavery and It’s Memory In Public Monuments, Chicago Journals-American Art, Volume 24, Number 1 (Spring 2010) DOI: 10.1086/652738

Becker, Howard S., Faulkner, Robert R., and Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Barbara. (Editors)Art from Start to Finish: Jazz, Painting, Writing, and Other Improvisations.Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press, 2006. (ISBN: 0226040852)

Bloom, Ken & Cassel, Valerie  Juan Logan: Whose Song Shall I Sing?, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Colorado, 2002.

Bloom, Ken.  STANDARD PRACTICES: Reliquaries for America,  Landmark Gallery, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas, 1998.

Bloom, Ken.  Earthly Bounds: Environment as Metaphor, The Light Factory, Charlotte, North Carolina, 1988.

Bontemps, Arna Alexander. (Editor). Choosing: An Exhibit of Changing Perspectives in Modern Art and Art Criticism By Black Americans, 1925-1985, Museum Press, Inc., Washington, District of Columbia, 1985.

Britton, Crystal A.  African American Art, The Long Struggle.  Smithmark Publishers, New York, 1996, September 30, 2005. (ISBN: 1597641057)

Curnow, Kathy. Juan Logan: Notes and Observations The Arts Center at the Imperial Centre, Rocky Mount, North Carolina: 2007. (ISBN: 978-0-9794306-0-2)

Curnow, Kathy. Juan Logan: The Third Place - Painting, Drawings and Sculpture 1996-2006. Duluth: Tweed Museum of Art, 2006. (ISBN: 1-889523-33-X)

Edge,John T., Engelhardt, Elizabeth S. D., and Ownby, Ted. (Editors)The Larder: Food Studies Methods from the American South, University ofGeorgia Press, 2013 (ISBN 0820345547) (ISBN 9780820345543)

Fambro, Charles.  Painting the Black Experience, Springfield Art Association, Illinois, 1992.
Fredrickson, Laurel. Unintended Relations, Dalton Downtown Arts Initiative, Rock Hill, South Carolina, 2008

Gobel,David and Rossel, Daves. (Editors) Commemoration in America:Essays on Monuments, Memorialization, and Memory, University of VirginiaPress, 2013 (ISBN 0813934338) (ISBN 9780813934334)

Hall, G.K. Index to Black Periodicals, 1985. MacMillan Publishing Company, England, Wales, 1988. (ISBN-10: 0816104654)  (ISBN-13: 978-0816104659)

Hand, Oscar DePriest & Sykes, Julia Neal.  Footprints on the Rough Side of the Mountain. Winston-Salem: Josten Graphics, Incorporated, 1997.

Hanzal, Carla.  Passing, Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, North Carolina: 2003.

Harris, Michael D. Colored Pictures: Race and Visual Representation. University of North Carolina Press, 2002. (ISBN: 0807827606)

Harris, Michael D. Image of America: African American Voices. Walton Art Center, Fayetteville, 2004. (ISBN: 0-9744314-0-0)

Harris, Michael D.  Juan Logan: Unconscious Bias, Gallery of Art & Design, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, 2000.

Igoe, James and Igoe, Lynn Moody. 250 Years of Afro-American Art: An Annotated Bibliography. R R. Bowker Company, New York, 1976, November 1981.(ISBN: 0835213765)

Jones, Kellie.  Juan Logan: Paintings and Drawings, Gaston County Museum of Art and History, Dallas, 1986

King-Hammond, Leslie.  Effective Sight: The Paintings of Juan Logan, Green Hill Center for North Carolina Art. Greensboro, 1995. (ISBN: 0964823403)

Leach, Mark.  ART Currents 15, “Juan Logan/ Tuckers Grove,” Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, 1994.

Lewis, Samella. Art: African American.  Harcourt, Brace & Javanovich, New York, 1976, Hancraft Studios, June 1980. (ISBN: 0941248089)

Lewis, Samella. African American Art and Artists. University of California Press, Berkeley, Los Angeles, London, 1990. Revised and Expanded Edition, March 18, 2003. (ISBN: 0520239350)

Lineker, Bruce. Civil Rights Now. Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, 1995.(Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 95-69097) (ISBN: 0-9611560-7-4

Mack, Angela D. and Hoffius, Steven G. (Editors), Landscape of Slavery: The Plantation in American Art. University of South Carolina Press, 2008. (ISBN-10: 1570037205) (ISBN-13: 978-1570037207)

Miller, Lauren and West, Jessica. Road In Sight: Contemporary Art In North Carolina. Duke University, Durham, 2005 (ISBN: 0-9767496-0-2)

MacNeil, Robert. Artists Communities: A Directory of Residencies that Offer time and Space for Creativity. Alliance of Artists Communities, Allworth Press; 3 edition (April 1, 2005)(ISBN-10: 1581154046)  (ISBN-13: 978-1581154047)
 
Opitz, Glenn B. (Editor) Dictionary of American Sculptors: 18th Century to the present. Apollo Books, Poughkeepsie, 1984 (ISBN-10: 0938290037, ISBN-13: 978-0938290032)

Robertson, Jack. Twentieth-Century Artists on Art. An Index to Artists' Writings, Statements, and Interviews. Boston: G.K. Hall, 1985, MacMillian Publishing Company. 2nd edition (April 1996). (ISBN-10: 0816190593) and (ISBN-13: 978-0816190591)

Sexsmith, Dennis.  Shadows & Silhouettes, The Dangerous Faces of Willie Cole and Juan Logan, Memphis College of Art, Memphis, 2002.

J  Turner,Jane. The Dictionary of Art, Grove: Oxford University Press, USA, 1996. (ISBN-10: 1884446000)  (ISBN-13: 978-1884446009)

Williams, Lyneise. Juan Logan:  Full Disclosure, Greenville County Museum of Art,Greenville, 2005. (ISBN: 0-9603246-9-0)

Williams, Lyneise. Juan Logan: Close Inspection, Sumter Gallery of Art, Sumter, 2005.
(ISBN: 0-9774195-0-9)

Williams, Lynesie. Juan Logan: Caught Off Guard, Sturgis Art Gallery, Kennesaw State University, Georgia, 2006. (ISBN: 0-9777179-1-7)

Xue-Wu, Xheng. (Editor in Chief) Beijing International Art Camp, Suojiacun Art Center, Beijing, 2005.

Xue-Wu, Xheng. (Editor) Noah’s Ark, TsingHua University Art Gallery, Beijing, 2005.

Yockey, Ross.  Between Two Rivers:  The Centennial of Belmont. North Carolina. Sally Hill McMillan and Associates. Charlotte, 1996. (ISBN: 096336431)

 

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