Johnson, Al. (active New York, NY, 2012)

Bibliography and Exhibitions


New York (NY). Canvas Paper and Stone Gallery.
AL JOHNSON: Textures of Beauty.
March 18-May 1, 2010.
Solo exhibition. Curated by Averlyn Archer.

New York (NY). IRADAC, City College, CUNY.
The Cross Culture Series: Paintings by AL JOHNSON.
March 10-April 8, 2005.
Solo exhibition.


BROOKLYN (NY). Skylight Gallery, Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation.
30 Plus 30 Equals 60: A Celebration of Art, Jazz and Life.
January 17-February 14, 2015.
Group exhibition. Included: Che Baraka, Tim Davis, Larry Shawn Gray, Jimmy James Greene, Lester Gunter, Linda Hiwot, Antionette Simmons Hodges, Al Johnson, Theodore Lawton, Cheryl Miller, Carlton Murrell, Deborah Shedrick, Deborah Singletary, Brian Strong-Wind Williams, Ken Wright.

BROOKLYN (NY). Skylight Gallery, Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation.
October 7-December 30, 2012.
Group exhibition. Curated by Che Baraka. Included: Doba Afolabi, Jason Auguste, Brent Bailer, Che Baraka, Beryl Benbow, Herbert Bennett, Betty Blayton, Ramona Candy, Mary Chang, Stanwyck Cromwell, Robert Daniels, James Denmark, Jewel Golden, Jimmy James Greene, Michael TTK Harris, Linda Hiwot, Al Johnson, MLJ Johnson, Roberto De Jesus, Charlotte Ka, LaVon Leak, Dindga McCannon, Karl McIntosh, Damali Miller, Louis M. Mims, Otto Neals, Jide Ojo, Ademola Olugebefoia, Jean Patrick Icart-Pierre, Errol M. Reynolds, Jean Dominique Volcy, Emmett Wigglesworth.

NEW YORK (NY). Canvas Paper and Stone Gallery.
Bearden's Found Children.
August 3-September 3, 2011.
Group exhibition. Curated by Averlyn Archer. Included: Nanette Carter, Betty Blayton-Taylor, Al Johnson, Michael Kelly Williams.

NEW YORK (NY). El Taller Boricua Gallery, Julia de Burgos Cultural Center.
March 20-May 2, 2009.
Group exhibition of 14 contemporary New York artists of African American and Afro-Caribbean decent Curated by Fernando Salicrup and Christine Licata. Included: Anton, Robert Daniels, Al Johnson, Lawrence Joyner, Jayson Keeling, Ibn Kendall, Simone Leigh, Shawna Mills, Rashaad Newsome, TMNK, Dionis Ortiz, Diane Pryor Holland, David Shrobe and Saya Woolfalk.

NEW YORK (NY). Harlem School of the Arts.
A Day in the Life: A Group Show.
February, 2008.
Group exhibition featuring the works of 11 artists (photography, painting, and quilt-making, among other media.) Included: Adger W. Cowans, Al Johnson, Lynne Foster, Yasmin Hernandez, Diane Pryor-Holland, Imo Nse Imeh, Jennifer Ivey, Rod Ivey, Nate Ladson, Tar, and Nicole Titus.

NEW YORK (NY). International Center of New York.
Innervisions of Hope.
Group exhibition. Curated by Al Johnson. Included: Dick Griffin, Al Johnson, Nate Ladson.

NEW YORK (NY). Renaissance Fine Art Gallery.
Point of Abstraction.
March 11-April 9, 2011.
Group exhibition. Curated by Paula Coleman. Included: Anton Davis, Diane Davis, Al Johnson.

NEW YORK (NY). Temple M, Art, Educational, and Spiritual Center.
Nude - A Fine Art Exhibition.
April 24, 2009.
Group exhibition. Curated by Curated by: Al Johnson Art, Inc. Included: Ramona Candy, Al Johnson, Dionis Ortiz, Donovan Nelson, Adger Cowans, Diane Davis, Stefen Reed.

NEW YORK (NY). Westside Art Coalition at the Broadway Mall Community Center.
Blacker Than Thou.
February 1-19, 2006.
Group exhibition. Curated by Al Johnson. Included: Anton, Nicole Folkes, Imo Nse Imeh, Rod Ivey, Al Johnson, David Shrobe, Yasmin Hernandez, Corinne Innis, Ray Dufresne and Jennifer Ivey.

STAMFORD (CT). Stamford Center for the Arts and Sackler Gallery.
Double Consciousness.
January 18-March 2, 2008.
Group exhibition at two venues. Sponsored by General Electricís African American Forum (GEAAF). Included: Cora Marshall, T.H. Gomillion, Michele Foster Lucas, Calvin Coleman, Myrna Morris, Sandra P. Smith, Al Johnson, Ann Tanksley, John E. Lawson, Maurice Fernand, and Nigerian-born artist Imo Nse Imeh.