Romare Bearden Fundation

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Berman, Avis. "Romare Bearden, 'I Paint Out of the Tradition of the Blues'." Art News 79 (December 1980): 60-66.

Romare Bearden: Origins and Progressions (video) St. Petersburg, FL: Third World Cinema Productions, 1980. Narrator: James Earl Jones; Producer: Richard Bell; Director: Nelson E. Breen

“Hale Woodruff: Tribute from Friends.” Harlem Cultural Review (April 1981): 8.

Peters, Joy. “Romare Bearden: Jazz Intervals.” Art Papers 7 (January-February 1983): 11.

"An Artist’s Renewal in the Sun." New York Times Magazine 133 (October 2, 1983) section 6: 46-48, 52.

Romare Bearden. (video) Chicago: Video Data Bank, 1984. Interviewer: Kate Horsfield; Co-producers: Lyn Blumenthal and Kate Horsfield.

Schwartzman, Myron. "Romare Bearden Sees in a Memory." Artforum International 22 (May 1984): 64-70.

"Clouds in the Living Room." New York Times Magazine, part 2 (Oct. 6, 1985): 80-81.

“Artist’s Statement.” In Romare Bearden: Origins and Progressions.

(exhibition catalogue) Detroit Institute of Arts, September 16-November 16, 1986.

“Artist’s Statement.” In Artists Observed. Photographs by Harvey Stein, text by Cornell Capa and Elaine King. New York, 1986.

"Rhythm on Canvas." (television interview) MacNeil/Lehrer Report. Romare Bearden and Charlene Hunter-Gault discuss “Rhythm on Canvas,” Bearden’s Forty-Year Retrospective Exhibition at the Bronx Museum of the Arts. New York: WNET/PBS, June 26, 1987.

“Reminiscences.” In Riffs and Takes: Music in the Art of Romare Bearden. (exhibition catalogue) North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, January 23- April 3, 1988.

Rowell, Charles. "’Inscription at the City of Brass’: An Interview with Romare Bearden." Callaloo 36 (Summer 1988): 428-46.

Schwartzman, Myron. "A Bearden-Murray Interplay: One Last Time." Callaloo 36 (Summer 1988): 410-15.

Breen, Nelson E., ed. "To Hear Another Language: A Conversation with Alvin Ailey, James Baldwin, Romare Bearden and Albert Murray." Callaloo 40 (Summer 1989): 431-52.