S. Vincent, "Portrait of the Artist: Kara Walker," Art + Auction, vol. 19, no. 5, December 1996, p. 50 (illustrated in color).
C. Curtis. "Outlining the Past," Los Angeles Times, 14 October 1997, pp. F1-F2 (illustrated).
R. Schoenkopf, "The Shadow Knows: 'African't' Takes a Closer Look at Slavery in America," OC Weekly, 24-30 October, p. 28 (illustrated).
A. Wallach, "The Contemporary Collector's Art," New York Times Magazine. 26 October 1997 (illustrated).
C. Curtis, "Finding Direction: A Fantasy Self Put Artist Kara Walker on the Path to Personal, Professional Identity," Los Angeles Times, 12 November 1997, p. F2.
Anonymous, "Extreme Times Call for Extreme Heroes," The International Review of African-American Art, vol. 14, no. 3, Hampton, 1998, p. 2
(illustrated in color).
A. Dixon, Kara Walker: Pictures from Another Time, Ann Arbor, 2002, p. 59 (illustrated in color).
E. J. Searles, Hype and Hypersexuality: Kara Walker, Her Work and
Controversy, Atlanta, 2006, pp. 19 and 46, fig. 6 (illustrated in
M. Harvey, "The Artist's Voice Since 1981," Bomb Magazine, vol, 100, Summer 2007, p. 79.
Kara Walker: My Complement, My Enemy, My Oppressor, My Love, exh. cat., Minneapolis, 2007, pp. 350-351, fig. 5 (illustrated).
Ridgefield, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, No Doubt: African-American Art of the 90s, May-September 1996, p. 21.
SITE Santa Fe, Conceal/Reveal, September-November 1996.
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Kara Walker: Upon My Many Masters--An Outline, February-May 1997, n.p.
Huntington Beach Art Center, Kara Walker: African't, October-November 1997 (illustrated, cover).
Stockholm, Index, The Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation, Kara Walker: African't, April-June 1999.
Andover, Phillips Academy, Addison Gallery of American Art, Point of Reference: Frederick Hayes, Glenn Ligon, Gary Simmons and Kara Walker, September-December 2000.
Navarre, Center of Contemporary Art of Huarte, Kara Walker, April 2007.