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Kirkland, Vonja. (b. Washington, DC, 1941; active San Antonio, TX, 2006)
 

Bibliography and Exhibitions

MONOGRAPHS AND SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

Takoma (WA). Takoma Public Library.
VONJA KIRKLAND.
1978.
Solo exhibition.

Washington (DC). Circle Dupont Theatre.
VONJA KIRKLAND.
1984.
Solo exhibition.

Washington (DC). Walter Reed Army Medical Center.
VONJA KIRKLAND.
1986.
Solo exhibition.

Yonkers (NY). Professional Hospital.
VONJA KIRKLAND.
1975.
Solo exhibition.

GENERAL BOOKS AND GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

SAN ANTONIO (TX). Durango Building Gallery, University of Texas at San Antonio.
Subjective Visions: Contemporary Art by African American Women.
February 1-28, 2005.
Group exhibition of 19 works in watercolor, oil, acrylics addressing race, gender, and class. Curated by Bernice Appelin-Williams. Included: Tracey Durland, Tonya Engel, Vonja Kirkland, Vicki Meek and Deborah Roberts.

WASHINGTON (DC). Anacostia Museum and Center for African American History and Culture.
Inspiration 1961-1989.
1989.
110 pp. exhib. cat., checklist of 62 works (all illustrated in b&w), b&w photos of artists with statement by each, exhibs., colls., brief biogs., list of past members of the D.C. Art Association. Curated by Delilah Pierce, William Dorsey and Peter L. Robinson, Jr. An exhibition of 34 African American artist-members of the D.C. Art Association: Artists included: Erlena Chisolm Bland, Wallace X. Conway, Annabelle B. Coward, Rachel Christine Davis, Juette Johnson Day, Richard W. Dempsey, William Dorsey, Gloria Freeman, Leroy Gaskin, Gloria E. Green, Sylvia Moore Jackson, Jeanne Coleman Jarvis, Katherine Dykes Stewart Jones, Lois Mailou Jones, Vonja Kirkland, LeRoy Lipford, James H. Littlejohn, Justine McClarrin, Edith I. Martin, Charles E. Mitchell, Corinne Howard Mitchell, Betty Murchison, Helen Louise C. Pettis, Delilah Pierce, Georgette Powell, Percy Ricks, Peter Robinson, Kenn Simpson, Edith Strange, Alma Thomas, Larry Erskine Thomas, Conrad W. Thompson, James L. Wells, Sandra Brashears Williams. [File of materials on this exhibition, including slides, housed at Anacostia Community Museum Archives, MRC-777, 1901 Fort Place, SE, Washington, DC 20020.] Oblong 4to (21 x 26 cm.), wraps. First ed.