Jonathan P. Binstock, Walter Hopps, Jacquelyn D. Serwer, Berkeley, 2005.
Softcover, 222 pp., Chiefly illus. in color w/ b/w.
This catalogue for a travelling exhibition (originating at the Corcoran Gallery in Washington) explores four decades of the art of Sam Gilliam and establishes the artist in the context of post-60s art.
From back cover:
"This comprehensive text celebrates one of America's hidden national treasures. Gilliam's steadfast and unswerving commitment as an artist shines through his works, as in this account of them by Jonathan Binstock. What emerges here is a full-on profile of an artist and a black American."
Lowery Stokes Sims