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Iona Rozeal Brown

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articles:

“Access Atlanta,” Access Atlanta, March 18, 2004, p.31 (illus.)

Auslander, Philip. "Mixing the Colors," Art Papers, May/June 2004 (illus)

Bamberg, Matt. "Armand Hammer Museum has Thought-Provoking Work," The Desert Sun, Feb. 2, 2003

Baysa, Koan Jeff, "For d'Afrique d'Asie," Ethan Cohen Fine Arts November 2005

Beith, Malcolm. "It's a Hip-Hop World: How a Movement Shaped and Absorbed Global Culture," Newsweek International, Nov. 1, 2003

BB 25 Artists Create Fashion Images, BlackBookMagazine, Fall 2004, pp.140-141

"Breakfast with the Arts," A & E Television Network, Spring 2004

Cascade, Rebecca. "Culture Shock," Elle Magazine, Oct. 2004 (illus.)

Chambliss, Jamie Vacca. "Our Town: Modern Culture, Artful Place," Atlanta, Feb. 2004, p.38

Dailey, Meghan, "Black Belt", Artforum, September 2003, (illus.)

Dawson, Jessica. "African-American Art, Forward and Backward," Washington Post, Nov. 27, 2003, p. C05

Dixon, Glenn. "Stand Up and be Counted," artnet, September 2003

Editor. Conversations Explore State of Art in Society," Spelman Connection, Feb. 23, 2004

Feaster, Felicia "Don¹t Believe the Hype:Brown and Lai skewer pop cultural crossroads at Saltworks," Creative Loafing Atlanta., March, 2006

Feaster, Felicia. "Sayonara Sucka!," Creative Loafing, Atlanta, Feb. 5, 2004 (illus.)

Finch, Charlie. "Brown is Beautiful," artnet, January 2004 (illus.)

Fox, Catherine. "Cross-Cultural Take on Hip-Hop World," Atlanta Journal & Constitution, Feb. 12, 2004

Frank, Peter. "Paperchase, " Art on Paper, April, 2003, pp. 36-39 (illus.)

Genocchio, Benjamin. "For Japanese Girls, Black is Beautiful: Painting Hip-Hop as it Goes Geisha," The New York Times, Arts & Leisure, April 4, 2003, pp.1, 36 (illus.)

Godfrey, Sarah. "I'm Gonna Git You Osaka," Washington City Paper, Aug. 13, 2004

Gopnik, Blake. "Art and Race, Making a Memorable Appearance," The Washington Post - Arts Section, April 6, 2003 (illus.)

Gopnik, Blake. "Go East, Young Woman!," Washington Post, February 27, 2005

"Highlights: iona rozeal brown," Contemporary, No. 62, 2004, pp.16-17

Hill, Joe. "OnLine," Contemporary # 66, p. 73-74

"iona rozeal brown Blends Japanese into Black Culture," Atlanta Daily World, Feb 19, 2004, cover, p.13 (illus.)

"iona rozeal brown: self-portrait," Tema Celeste, January 2003, issue 95, pp. 76-77 (illus.)

Jones, Rose Apodaca. "Gangsta Geisha," Women's Wear Daily, Sept. 16, 2002, Vol. 184, No.55 (Illus.)

Kenny, Bryn. "People, Places & Lipsticks," Women's Wear Daily, Sept. 2004 (illus.)

Knight, Christopher. "Richly Drawn from Drawings," Los Angeles Times, March 9, 2003 (illus.)

Leonard, Pamela Blume. "Pair examine clash of cultures, road to healing," Atlanta Journal Constitution, March 19, 2006

Mathis, Sommer. "Paper Trail," The Daily Bruin, Jan. 31, 2003

Pollack, Barbara. "OnLine," ARTnews, Sept. 2003, p.135

Secret, Mosi. "Africana Reviews Blackbelt", Africana.com, November 2003, (illus)BIBLIOGRAPHY, con't.

Shye, Gloria. "Museum of Fine Art Hosts Reopning for iona rozeal brown," The Spelman Spotlight, pp. 5, 9

Sirmans, Franklin. "Mass Appeal: The Art Object and Hip Hop Culture," catalogue, Gallery 101, Ottawa, Canada, August 2002

Smith, Roberta. "A Cornucopia of Cultural Exchange, Beginning With a Martial Arts Hero," the New York Times, Nov. 26, 2003, p. E47 (illus.)

Smith, Roberta. "Roland Flexner/iona rozeal brown," The New York Times, October 11, 2002, p. E38

Stokes, Lauren. "a3 Impresses on All Sides," The Maroon Tiger, Feb. 18, 2004, p.7, (illus.)

Stuart, Catriona. "Geishas Gone Gangsta: Worshipping at the altar of style," nyc.indymedia.org, October 7, 2004.

The Studio Museum in Harlem, Events Calendar, Fall 2003 (illus)

Van Gelder, Lawrence. "Art and the Martial Arts," Art Briefing, The New York Times, p. E2, Oct. 14, 2003 (illus.)

When the East is in the House, www.nonstarvingartists.com, March, 2006 Worman, Alex. "L.A. Confidential," ARTNET, February 15, 2003

Zita, Carmen. "Biters of Style," Trace Magazine, Issue #43, pp.36-37

CATALOGUES

"iona rozeal brown, a3 black on both sides," Spelman College Museum of Art, February 2004, (illus.)

"Blackbelt," The Studio Museum in Harlem, 2003, pp.30-31, (illus.)

"Americas Remixed," Comune di Milano, curated by Franklin Sirmans pp.53-55 (illus.)

"International Paper: Drawings by Emerging Artists," UCLA Hammer Museum, essays by Claudine Ise & Jenelle Porter, foreword by Ann Philbin, (illus.)