Fred Lonidier

Curriculum Vitae
University of California, San Diego
Visual Arts Department VAF 411
La Jolla, CA 92093-0084
(858) 534-2524, FAX 534-7976

Born: Lakeview, Oregon, 1942, Raised: Oroville, CA
Oroville Union High School, 1960
Yuba College, Marysville, CA, A.A. (Social Science), 1962
San Francisco State College, B.A. (Sociology), 1966
UCSD, M.F.A. (Photo/Mixed Media), 1972
University of California, San Diego, Visual Arts Department, Professor IV
Brand Library Art Museum, Glendale, CA, 1972
San Diego State College, CA, 1972
Oakland Museum, Oakland, CA, 1973-74
and/or Gallery, Seattle, Washington, 1975
Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA, 1976 (catalog)
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York City, 1977 (catalog/poster)
Rutgers University Labor Education Center, New Jersey, 1978
AFSCME District Council 37, New York City, 1978 (catalog/poster)
New Haven Central Labor Council, New Haven, Connecticut, 1978
Alberta College of Art Gallery, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 1978 (catalog/poster)
Federal Building, Los Angeles, CA, 1979 (catalog/poster)
Real Art Ways, Hartford, Connecticut, 1979 (information packet)
Student Union Gallery, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA, 1982, "H&SG"
San Diego Federation of Teachers Office, San Diego, CA, 1982, "L.A.PW...."
San Diego/Imperial Counties Labor Council, installation, "I LIKE..." 1983-1985.
Local exhibits:
San Diego County Administrative Center, Nov. 1984.
San Diego County South Bay Regional Center, Dec. 1984.
U.S. Federal Building, Apr. 1985.
City Public Library Main Branch, Sept. 1985.
Ironworkers Union, Local 627, June 1986.
Red Eye Gallery, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, 1983
Houston Center for Photography, TX, 1984, "I LIKE..."
Rutgers U. Labor Education Center, New Brunswick, NJ, 1985-86.
University and College Labor Education Assn. National Conference, "Meeting the Challange of Change," Piney Point, Maryland, 1986.
California Federation of Teachers, Annual Conf., Los Angeles, CA, April 1989.
California Federation of Teachers, Annual Conf., San Francisco, CA, April 1991.
Installation, San Diego, CA 1991.
"For Labor, About Labor, By Labor..." Walter/McBean Gallery, S.F. Art Inst., San Francisco, CA 1992, (poster/booklet).
CSPS Gallery, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Sept. 1992.
CWA District 7 Leadership Conference, U. of Iowa Labor Center, Iowa City.
Central Labor Council at the IBEW Hall, Ceder Rapids.
S.R.O. Corridor Gallery, Texas Tech U., Lubbock TX, 1994.
Relay Zone Gallery, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO 1997. "AZTEC VS A.T.U. 1309: Long Ago In A Faraway Galaxy"
Gallery of Art, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA 1997. "AZTEC..."
Founders Gallery, University of San Diego, 1997, "N.A.F.T.A.(Not A Fair Trade for All), Getting the Correct Picture...,"
Narrow Gallery, University of Dayton, Dayton, OH 1997. "AZTEC..."
Galeria Teatro, Universidad Autónomia de Baja California, Tijuana, Mexico, 1999. "N.A.F.T.A..."
George Meany Center Archives, Silver Spring, MD 1999. "N.A.F.T.A..."
"Revolucion," Centro Cultural de la Raza, San Diego, CA 1999. "N.A.F.T.A..."
The American Labor Museum, Botto House National Landmark, Haledon NJ 2000. "N.A.F.T.A..."
Langage Plus, Alma, Québec, Canada 2000. "N.A.F.T.A..."
Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, San Francisco, 2000, "N.A.F.T.A..." video and slide screening.
Side Street Projects, Los Angeles, CA, Nov.-Dec. 2001, "N.A.F.T.A..." (Forthcoming)
Two to Five Person and Major Group Shows
University of California Art Gallery, La Jolla, CA (M.F.A. Show), 1972
Orlando Gallery, Encino, CA, 1973
California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA, 1974
Focus Gallery, San Francisco, CA, 1974
Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA, 1975
Focus Gallery, San Francisco, CA, 1976
San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA, 1977
Newspace, Los Angeles, CA, 1978
Downtown Center, Fine Art Museums of San Francisco, CA, 1978 (catalog)
Guggenheim Gallery, Chapman College, Orange, CA, 1978
Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CA, 1979 (catalog)
Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA, 1979 (catalog)
Focus Gallery, San Francisco, CA, 1980
Museum Folkwang, Essen, West Germany, 1980-81 (catalog)
Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Orange, CA, 1981,
5. Weiner Internationale Biennale, Austria, 1981 (catalog),
Visual Studies Workshop Gallery, Rochester, New York, 1982,
Stockton State College, Pomona, NJ, 1983.
Gallery 1199, Hospital Workers Union, "Union Made," New York City, 1983.
Amelie A. Wallace Gallery, SUNY/College at Old Westbury, Long Island, NY, 1983-84. "H&SG"
New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NY, 1984 (catalog). "L.A.PW...."
Dowd Fine Arts Gallery, SUNY/Cortland, NY, 1984. "H&SG"
Walter Phillips Gallery, "Social Space," Banff Centre, Alberta, Canada, 1984, "L.A.PW...."
Los Angeles Institute for Contemporary Art, "Secular Attitudes," CA, Feb., 1985. "I LIKE..." (catalog).
"A San Diego Exhibition: Forty-Two Emerging Artists," La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, CA, 1985 (catalog). "I LIKE..."
Meyerhoff Gallery, Maryland Institute, College of Art, Mar. 1986. "I LIKE..."
"Edict and Episode: Image as Meaning," Installation Gallery, San Diego, CA, 1987 (catalog).
Friends of Photography, Carmel, CA, 1987 (catalog).
"Pressing Engagements: Socially Oriented Photography," Tuttle Gallery, McDonogh School, McDonogh MD 1989 (catalog). "H&SG"
"The Power of Words," P.P.O.W Gallery, New York, 1990.
"Commodity Image," International Center for Photography, Midtown, NY, 1993, travels:
Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA, 1993.
Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, CA 1994.
Cleveland Center for Contemporary Arts, Cleveland OH, 1994-95.
High Museum at Georgia Pacific, Atlanta, GA 1995.
"Working Histories," Los Angeles Center for Photographic Studies, 1996. "AZTEC..."
"technologyculture," Erie Art Museum, Erie, PA, 1997, "AZTEC..."
Exit Gallery, University of Nevada, Reno 1998. "N.A.F.T.A..."
ACME Art Company, Main Gallery Space, Columbus OH, 2000. "N.A.F.T.A..."
LaborFest, Mission Cultural Center, San Francisco, 2001. "N.A.F.T.A..."
Group Shows
Art Gallery, University of California, San Diego, 1971 and 1973
Grossmont College Art Gallery, San Diego, CA, 1974
Pierce College Gallery, Woodland Hills, CA, 1975
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA, 1975
San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA, 1976
Whitney Museum Downtown Branch, New York City, 1976 (catalog)
Mandeville Art Gallery, University of California, San Diego, CA, 1976 (catalog)
La Mamelle’s Art Center, San Francisco, CA, 1976
Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA, 1977
Los Angeles County Federation of Labor Show at the Museum of Science and Industry, Los Angeles, CA, 1977.
Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA, 1978
University Art Museum, University of California, Berkeley, 1978
Herron School of Art, Indianapolis, Maryland, 1978
Contemporary Art Center, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1978
Brisbane Institute, Australia, 1978
Neary Gallery, Santa Cruz, CA, 1979
Julian A. McPhee Galerie, Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo, CA, 1979.
University of CA, Santa Barbara Art Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA, 1979.
Mandeville Art Gallery, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA, 1980
Community Arts Gallery, San Diego, CA, 1980
Women’s Occupational Health Conference, DeAnza College, 1980
New Vistas Gallery, Vista, CA, 1980
Conference on Technology and the Future of Women, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA, 1981
Franklin Furnace, New York City, 1981, "Fox Foto Folder"
MoMing Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, 1981 (catalog), "Fox Foto Folder"
"Disability and the Arts," Student Union Gallery, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA, 1980
"The Health & Safety Game" (micro version) traveled:
Bakersfield Student Union Gallery, Bakersfield College, CA, 1981
Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA, 1981
Okefenokee Heritage Center, Waycross, Georgia, 1981
University of Michigan, Union Gallery, Ann Arbor, MI, 1981-82
University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, 1982
Akron Summit County Library, Akron, Ohio, 1982
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, 1982
Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio, 1982
Berkshire Artisans Community Art Center, Pittville, Massachusetts, 1982
Thomes Market Place/A.P.E. Gallery, Smith College, Northhampton, MA, 1983.
New England Artists Festival, U. of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, 1983.
Smith College School of Art, Northampton, MA, 1983
Market House Gallery, Rhode Island School of Design, 1982,
Moon Gallery, Berry College, Mt. Berry, GA, 1982. "The Health & Safety Game"
National Exhibition Centre, Castlegar, BC, Canada, 1983. Printed material from "The Health & Safety Game" and "L.A.PW...."
Peace & Justice Art Festival, 1st Unitarian Church, San Diego, CA, 1983. Ben Sasway photos.
"Artists for Survival," Alternative Space Gallery, Graduate School for Community Development, San Diego, CA, 1983. "29 Arrests"
UCSD Visual Arts Dept. faculty show, Mandeville Center Art Gallery, 1984. "I LIKE..."
Artists Call, "Flores De Vida Para Centro America," Southern California Library for Social Science & Research, Los Angeles, 1984 "29 Arrests."
Southwestern College Art Gallery, "Art & Politics in the 80’s," Chula Vista, CA, 1984 "Photo License."
Festival Hall, "The Other America," London, UK, 1986.
S.F. State Strike 20th Reunion, "Four Days in the ’60s" 1987 (slide work).
"UC San Diego Faculty Exhibition," Mandeville Gallery, UCSD, 1988.
"Visual Sociology," Mendenhall Gallery, Whittier College, CA, July 1990.
"Work Prints — The Eye of the Photojournalist," organized by the San Diego Newspaper Guild at Art in the Rough Gallery, Dec. 1990.
"Video Works by UCSD Faculty and Graduate Alumni," Mandeville Gallery, San Diego, Jan. 1992.
"Picket Sign Show," Canadian Auto Workers Local 303, Scarborough, Ont., Mayworks, May 1992, travels:
International Social Justice conference, OXFARM, London, Ont. 1992.
Canadian Labour Congress convention, Vancouver, BC, July 1992.
Canadian Union of Postal Workers convention, 1993.
"UCSD EXPOSED: Special Exhibit Highlights Radical History of UCSD," Che Cafe, UCSD, CA, 1992.
"UC San Diego Faculty Exhibition," Mandeville Gallery, UCSD, 1995.
Laborfest ’95, ILWU Local 34 Union Hall, San Francisco CA 1995.
SEXART 4, Mark I. Chester Studio, San Francisco, CA 1995.
"Forms of Resistance: Corridors of Power," Centro Cultural de la Raza, San Diego, CA 1997.
"UC San Diego Faculty Exhibition," Mandeville Gallery, UCSD, 1997, "Blueprint For A Strike."
"Exhibit ‘A,’" University Galleries of Illinois State U., Normal, IL, 1997.
"Independencia," Centro Cultura de la Raza, San Diego 1999.
UCSD 40th Anniversary "Memory Wall Exhibit," Alumni Association 2000.
Cable TV
I am the prime mover of a monthly labor cable tv program, Labor Link TV. We cablecast on three local stations and show both locally produced shows and some made elsewhere. LLTV has been cablecasting since Jan. 1988. Programs are 28 minutes in length; A&B indicates a two-part tape.
Labor Link TV Local Programs 1988-2000
"Justice For Janitors" by UCSD Students.
"Il Club" by Maria Pagano.
"Dedicated Domestics" by UCSD Students.
"From Sunrise To Sunset" by Robin King.
"The San Diego Non-Union Tribune?" by UCSD Students.
"Sketch: Jobs With Justice At The Union-Tribune" by LLTV.
"Religion & Labor Unions" by UCSD Students.
"Jobs With Justice in San Diego" by UCSD Students & LLTV.
"San Diego CLUW" by UCSD Students & LLTV.
"Good News at NASSCO?: Before ESOP & After ESOP" by LLTV.
"Driving a Bargain for Fairness" by LLTV.
"They Say Cut Back, We Say Fight Back"
"‘Free’ Trade or Fair Trade?" Harley Shaiken at USD.
"No On NAFTA Caravan Comes to San Diego" by LLTV.
"H&S" by UCSD Students.
"CalBudget" by LLTV.
"Drywaleros! Huelgistas!" by LLTV.
"The Other Side of Immigration" by Kit Aaboe.
"Justice For Janitors 2, Freedom Friday & Happy Birthday MEDICARE" by LLTV.
"Student Workers Strike Back" by LLTV.
"Privatization & Contracting Out: A LPA Public Hearing" by LLTV.
"Hard Hats Confront A Hard Head" by LLTV.
"You Ain’t No Princess To Us" & "Sweeney Comes to San Diego" by LLTV.
"Postal Workers Protest A Sellout" by LLTV.
"Hyundai & Han Young" by LLTV.
"Having Fun At The Hotel Del" & "Han Young Workers Vote" by LLTV.
"A Liberal Education in Labor Relations at UCSD" by LLTV.
"WTO In Seattle" by Labor Beat.
"Golden Lands, Working Hands" by the CFT.
In addition, the stations which play LLTV also show it at unscheduled times and, like many programs, share it with other stations outside the area.
Other Outlets for LLTV
"Sacred Pursuit" by the La Mesa United Church of Christ (Justice for Janitors).
Deep Dish, 1988 (OPEIU vs AMI) & 1989 (Justice for Janitors).
Labor Beat, Chicago, LLTV #8.
"Video Witnesses: A Festival of New Journalism, HALLWALLS, Baffalo, NY Feb. 1990.
LaborTech Conf., IAM Lodge 1781, Burlingame, CA, May 1990.
Ironworkers Local 627 50th Anniversary Dinner, Oct. 1990, San Diego, CA (LLTV #26A).
"Video Witnesses: A Festival of New Journalism, HALLWALLS, Baffalo, NY Feb. 1991.
California Federation of Teachers, Annual Conf., San Francisco, CA, April 1991 (LLTV #24 & LLTV #26A).
San Diego Media Access Center: Urban Video Series, April 1991 (LLTV).
UCSD Faculty Show, Mandeville Gallery, 1992, LLTV .
Educational and Cultural Fund of the Electrical Industry, LLTV , 1992:
Channel C, Manhatten Cable
Channel 35, Q.P.T.V., Brooklyn/Queens Cable
Labor Beat, Chicago, 1992, LLTV #26A&B.
Labor In Focus, Voluntown, East Connecticut.
Labor Beat, Chicago, 1992, LLTV #6A&B.
LLTV finalist in Southern Circuit Artists competition, S. Carolina Arts Commission, 1993.
Central Arts Collective, Tucson, AZ, 1994, LLTV .
LABORFEST ’94, Center For The Arts, San Francisco, CA 1994.
Society for Photographic Education 1994 Regional Conference, Monterey CA.
Productores Independientes de Video, "Indignación, el video como arma" en La Sala del Deseo, Mexico City, April 20, 1995.
UC San Diego Faculty Exhibition," Mandeville Gallery, UCSD, 1995, LLTV.
Spruce Street Forum, LLTV and dicussion.
Contemporary Video Art Festival, Main Gallery, University of Rhode Island 1997.
50 copies of LLTV were distributed to members of Congress preceeding the NAFTA vote, 1997.
Western Hemisphere Workers’ Conference Against NAFTA & Privatizations, San Francisco 1997, LLTV.
Working In the Pacific Rim, 2nd Labor in the Global Economy Conference, U.C. Beerkeley, 1998, LLTV.
Committee for World Democracy spring series, UCSD, 1998, LLTV 66.
? min. of video provided to "Maquila: a tale of two Mexicos," by Saul Landau and Sonia Angulo.
References for LLTV
Fred Glass, "A-V Reference Shelf," Labor Studies Journal, Winter, 1991
Daniel Herkowitz, "Lonidier’s Labor Link: Alternative Media for the Labor Movement," New Indicator, UCSD, CA, 1993.
"Union-Busters Lose In San Diego Appeal," California AFL-CIO News, vol. 37, no. 10, March 18, 1994. (LLTV)
Carpenters Local 547 Newsletter, June 1994, San Diego, CA.
"Week of Labor Films at Fest," California AFL-CIO News, vol. 37, no. 25, July 1, 1994.
John McClarin, "Labor Link TV tells Labor’s story," SEIU Voice, San Diego, CA, March 1995.
Union Yes, Winter 1995.
"Resources," Labor Notes, May 1995.
Fred Glass, "A-V Reference Shelf," Labor Studies Journal, vol. 20, no. 1, Spring 1995.
McVicker, Jim, "Labor Link TV gives unions a voice on cable channels," The Worker, UFCW Local 135, Feb. 1996.
Fred Lonidier, "Dateline: San Diego, California, Labor Link TV," Community Media Review, vol. 19, no. 2, 1996.
Footage w/ interview for "Union Organizing in Mexico’s Maquilas" on Working TV, Vancouver Canada, Sept. 1998.
Larry Duncan, "Labor Media Mix in Tijuana Han-Young Campaign," UPPNET News, Fall 1998.
Mail Art Shows: "Art Is Opium..."
Midland Group Postal Exhibit, Nottingham, England, 1972
Galerie La Bertesca, Genoa, Italy, 1974
The Kitchen, New York, New York, 1976
Franklin Furnace, New York City, 1978
University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, 1979
Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA, 1979
University Fine Arts Gallery, Florida State U., Tallahassee, FL, 1979
"Duchamp ’80," Hampshire College, Amherst, MA, 1980.
"Nucleus I-Mail Art," XVI Bienal de Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1981 (catalog),
"Alien Transmissions," Artlink Artspace, Fort Wayne, IN, 1981.
"Trash & Treasure, Edmunds Student Union, Pomona College, Claremont, CA, 1981.
Gallery 101, U. of Wisconsin, River Falls, Wisconsin, 1981 (catalog)
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, 1981.
Akron Summit County Library, Akron, Ohio, 1981,
University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, 1982,
Galerie für Visuelle Erlebnisse, "Hinweis-Postkarte 23/81," Weddel, W. Germany, 1982.
Windows On White, New York City, 1982 (catalog),
"Estampeivissa," Museu D’Art Contemporani, Eivissa, Spain, 1982.
Rural Reality #3, Shoals, IN, 1982.
Fundacao Rio, Brazil, 1982,
Galerie ImZwinger, St. Wendel, West Germany, 1982,
Kunstcentrum De Gele Rijder, Arnhem, Holland, 1982,
"International Exhibition of Graphicication," The Como Centre of Semiotics, Italy, 1982.
Portland Fine Arts Gallery, "International Mail Art Show," ME, 1982.
Mostra Internazionale Di Arte Postale, Montecelia (Rome) Italy, 1982.
Bottega d’arte, Rome, Italy, 1982.
Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum, "The Magic Show," CA, 1982-83.
Schouwburg Arnhem, "Marx Now," Holland, 1983.
Arts Foundation, "Mail Art Project," Haarlem, Holland, 1983.
F. Case Gallery, "Mail Art Show," S. Illinois U., Carbondale, IL, 1983.
Art Dept., "Not So Foolish Desires,: a mail art exhibition," Carleton College, Northfield, MN, 1983.
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, "Multimedia," Natal, Brasil, 1983.
"Kunst Per Post," Utrecht, Holland, 1983 (catalog).
Comision De Cultural De AEBU, "Exposicion Internacional De Arte Correo, Montevideo, Uruguay, 1983.
Centre Culturel Des Promontres, "Mail-Art 83," Pont-A-Mousson, France, 1983.
Museu D’Art Contemporani, "Estampibiza," Elvissa, Spain, 1983.
Franklin Furnace, "International Exhibition of Mail Art," New York, NY, 1983.
Ketchikan Arts & Humanities Council, "Second Annual Alaskan Mail Art Show," AK, 1984.
Arno Arts, "Mail-Arts Above the Couch: part of the Living Room Arts projects," Arnhem, Holland, 1984.
"Arts Above the Couch," Arno Arts, Arnhem, Holland, 1984.
"Arts Above the Couch," Stadt Museum, Kassel, Germany, 1984.
Art Dept., "Mail Arts Show," Memphis State U., TN, 1984.
Caffé Voltaire Inviti, "Interpretazioni, Rappresentazioni, Versioni, Interventi ecc.," Florence, Italy, 1984.
Chicago Gallery, IL, 1984.
Osaka New Art Center, Japan, 1984.
Contemporary Art Experimental Centre, "1st Contemporary Art Seminary and International Exposition of Mail Art," Rosario, Argentina, 1984.
Community Visual Arts Organization, "First International Southwestern Chicano Cacti Sunset Mail Art Show," Phoenix, AZ, 1984.
International Mail Art Show, Düsseldorf, W. Germany, 1985.
Poisson Soluble Gallery, Madrid, Spain, 1985.
"Miscellaneous," Studio Arts Dept. Gallery, U. of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 1985.
Galleria Della Occhino, New York, 1985.
"Mail Art," Legnano, Italy, 1985.
"International City Mailart," City Hall, Philadelphia, PA, 1985.
"International ‘ecology’ Mail Art, Centro Di Iniziativa Culturale, Varase, Italy, 1985.
Southwest Craft Center, San Antonio, TX, 1985.
"Mosaico Internazionale Mail Art," Communicazioni Visive Archivo/Capuano, Ispica, Italy, 1985.
"Images from South Africa," San Francisco, CA, 1986.
Los Angeles Artists Call, Otis Art Institute, CA, 1986.
"S.O.S," Center On Contemporary Art, Seattle, WA, 1986.
"Mail Art," Toulon, France, 1986.
Studio Arts Gallery, U. of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 1986.
"Mail Art," Biblioteca Comunale, Pescia, Italy, 1986.
"Masks," Sophia Martinou, Athens, Greece, 1988.
"Nemesis——Equality For All," Memorial Gallery, Glassboro State College, NJ Sept. 1988.
"Picture Dictionary: International Mail Art Show," Studio Arts Gallery, U. of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN Oct. 1988.
"First Annual International Mail Art Exhibition," Mercer Gallery, Monroe Community College, Rochester, NY Feb.-Mar. 1989.
"At 500 Years from the Arrival of Colon in America," Escuela de Artes Aplicadas, Logroño, España, May 1989.
"A Flower for Peace," Biblioteca Momunale, Pescia, Italy, July 1989.
"Coraçao Latino Americano," Museu de Arte de Brasilia, Sept. 1989.
"Homage to Federico Garcia Lorca," 1st International Mail-Art Exhibition in Granada, July 1989.
"The Last Mail Art Show: THE END," Jean Brown Archive, NYC 1989.
Artists Book Works, Chicago, IL Dec. 1989 - Jan. 90.
Space & Tech Mail, Richard J. Ernst Community Cultural Center Gallery, N. Virginia Community College, Annandale, VI, 1995-96.
"11 Exposition International de Arte," Prefeitura Municipal de Santo Andre, Brazil, 1996.
"Recycling As A Way of Art," Bell Atlantic Gallery, N. Virginia Community College, Annandale NV & Galaxy Hut, Arlington VA.
International Mail Art Show, Portland Contemporary Art Museum, OR 1998.
Published work :
Photos for Pauline Oliveros article in Focus on Musicology, Canada, 1970
"I Sent You A Rose, Ha Ha," in David Antin, Studio International, Volume 170, 1970.
Photo for Jill Johnston’s "Dance Journal," Village Voice, January 14, 1971
Cover for Female Freeway, poetry book by Lynn Lonidier, 1971 "Autobiography/History" in Peter Clothier, L.A.I.C.A. Journal, August-September, 1975.
Lew Thomas, ed., Photography and Language, 1976
SPOT, Yugoslavia, 1977 (cover photo)
Foto Folder, (self-published book), 1977
Artists Books, New York City
L.A.I.C.A. Bookstore, Los Angeles, CA
Camerawork Gallery, San Francisco, CA
La Mamelle’s Art Center, San Francisco, CA
Franklin Furnace, New York City
Newspace, Los Angeles, CA
LACE, Los Angeles, CA
Other Books & So, Amsterdam, Holland
Bookspace, Chicago, Illinois
Artworks, Venice, CA
Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, New York
Printworld, Bala-Cynwyd, Pennsylvania
Centro Culturale Artein, Rome, Italy, 1985.
In These Times, January 26-February 1, 1977
Los Angeles Citizen, Los Angeles County Federation of Labor (AFL-CIO), October 7, 1977
Retail Worker, San Diego, CA, November, 1977
Cafe Solo, Series 2, numbers 3/4, Spring/Summer, 1979
Los Angeles Citizen, September 14 and 28, 1979
Social Works (LAICA show catalog), 1979
Dialogue Discourse Research (Santa Barbara Museum of Art show catalog), 1979
Lew Thomas, ed., Still Photography: the problematic model, 1981, "Photo License"
San Diego Labor Leader, April, 1981, photograph.
San Diego Labor Leader, November, 1981, "Local Labor Talks About Itself"
Afterimage, Summer, 1982, photograph.
Crawl Out Your Window, 1982, "Against Social Amnesia"
Praxis, Summer, 1982, "H&SG"
Labor Update, National Lawyers Guild, Washington D.C., October/November, 1982, Photograph.
Dicta, S.D. County Bar Association, October, 1982, Photographs.
Obscura, vol. 2, no. 5, 1982, LACPS, "L.A.PW...."
International Poetry 36, U. of Colorado, Boulder, Dept. of Spanish & Portuguese, 1982.
Moira Roth, The Amazing Decade: Women and Performance Art in America 1970-1980, Astro Artz, L.A., CA, pg. 37, 1983.
"L.A. Public Workers Point To Some Problems," Art & Ideology, New Museum catalog, NYC, 1984.
"I LIKE..." Incite: A Visual Art Magazine, vol. 1, no. 4, March/April, 1984, Toronto, Canada.
Linda Burnham & Steven Durland, "It’s All I Can Think About: Artist Nancy Buchanan Talks About Nicaragua, The CIA And Activist Art," High Performance, vol. 7, no. 1, 1984, pg. 20.
"I LIKE..." La Prensa San Diego, vol. VIII, no. 45, Nov. 9, 1984.
"The Health & Safety Game," "L.A. Public Workers Point To Some Problems" & "I LIKE..." in Diane Neumaier & Doug Kahn, eds., Culture In Contention, Real Comet Press, Seattle, WA, 1985.
"I LIKE..." Secular Attitudes, catalog, LAICA, 1985.
The Vision-Aire, San Diego, CA, Winter, 1985.
San Diego Labor Leader, Sept. 1986.
"Bargaining Bulletin," OPEIU Local 30, Sept. 1986.
"I LIKE..." Red Bass, Tallahassee, FL, Fall 1986.
San Diego Labor Leader, Dec. 1986.
Marita Sturken, "An Interview with David Ross," Afterimage, Feb. 1988 (photo).
"New Kaiser Crises," California AFL-CIO News, vol. 30, no. 26, July 3. 1987 (photo).
Jim Bliesner, "Janitors for Justice mobilizes against Home Fed," San Diego Newsline, July 7, 1987 (photo).
"Justice for Janitors," San Diego Labor Leader, vol. 2, no. 7, Aug. 1987 (photo).
The Worker, United Food and Commercial Workers, Local 135, vol. 14, no. 9, Sept. 1987 (photo).
Dan Epperly, "Janitors Rally for Rights," New Indicator, vol. 12, no. 4, June 15-Sept. 1987.
"I LIKE... Talkin’ Union, Takoma Park, MD, 1988 (photos).
UPDATE: Building Service Division, Service Employee International Union, vol. II, no. 2, Spring 1988 (photo).
UCSD Exposed Collective, UCSD EXPOSED: A Pictoral History of Student Activism, We The People Experimental Publishing Cooperative, San Diego CA 1992.
Blueprint For A Strike, S.F. Art Institute, 1992.
AFT California Teacher, vol. 48, no. 5, May/June 1995.
"Blueprint For A Strike," Rethinking Marxism, vol. 8, no. 4, Summer 1996.
"Labor History On Video" & "New Labor Federation in Mexico," San Diego & Imperial Counties Labor Council, Labor Leader, August 1998.
"United We Stand...," UC-AFT Perspective, vol. 11, no. 1, fall 1998.
Alexander Alberro and Blake Stimson, eds., Conceptual Art: A Critical Anthology, MIT, 1999.
The Rhyme of the Ag-ed Mariness: the Last Poems of Lynn Lonidier, Station Hill press, Barrytown, NY 2000.
Radio :
"Art Is Opium..." on Clare Spark’s "Sour Apple Tree," KPFK, Los Angeles, CA, 1974.
"Foto Folder" read by Clare Spark, KPFK, 1978.
An Hour of Labor Music on "A Day of Decency," March 4, 1991:
NPR (KPBS) Dan Irwin "These Days" interview in conjuction with "Welfare..." at Installation, 1991.
Writings published :
"Art and Unions in the U.S.," Red-Herring 2, New York City, 1978
"The Health And Safety Game," Proceedings of the Caucus for Marxism and Art, The College Art Association, 1979
"Won’t Critical Theory and Class Struggle Get Together?," Praxis #6, Summer, 1982.
Southwest Economy & Society, 1982.
"Pointing To Some Problems, Pointing To The Future," Obscura, vol. 2, no. 5, (LACPS), 1983.
Artist’s Statement, Art & Ideology, New Museum catalog, New York, NY, 1984.
"Union Made: Artists Working With Unions," Upfront, NYPADD, New York, Winter, 1983-84, Excerpts from Gallery 1199 show panel of artists at Franklin Furnace.
"Working With Unions," in Diane Neumaier & Doug Kahn, eds., Culture In Contention, Real Comet Press, Seattle, WA, 1985.
"Working With Unions II," in Janet Wasco & Vincent Mosco, eds., Democratic Communications in the Information Age, Garamond Press, Canada 1992 (photos).
"Letters To The Editor," Labor Studies Forum, Spring 1996.
"Setting Aside Our Differences...," in Rethinking Marxism, vol. 8, no. 4, Summer 1996.
"Art, the Border and Labor Struggles in Tijuana or Art Meets Maquiladoras at the TJ Corral," in James D. Lilley & Claudia Sadowski-Smith, eds., The Future(s) of Border Studies, 2001 (forthcoming).
Work cririqued :
The Montclarion, Oakland, CA, 1974 (Photo)
Igor Alexander, City, San Francisco, CA, January 9-22, 1974 (Photo)
Nina French-Frazier, Artweek, April 24, 1976 (Photo)
Hal Fischer, Artweek, May 22, 1976 (Photo)
Peter Frank, Art In America, July-August, 1976 (Photo)
Allan Sekula, "Documentary and Corporate Violence," Photography and Language, 1976, reprinted in Praxis #6, 1982. Also in VideoNet: Documentation of video/performance activities at the Alberta College of Art Gallery 1978-79 & 1979-80, Syntax, Calgary, Canada, nd.
Blaise Tobia, Art Workers News, New York, New York, February-March, 1978 (Photo)
James Hugunin, Afterimage, Summer, 1978 (Photo)
Lou Stettner, Camera 35, August, 1978 (Photo)
Stanley Fisher, Jr., New Haven Advocate, September, 1978 (Photo)
Brooks Joyner, Sunday Tab, Calgary, Alt., Canada, October 15, 1978 (Photo)
Nancy Tousley, The Calgary Herald, Canada, October 19, 1978
New Brunswick Home News, New Brunswick, New Jersey, January 8, 1978
Allan Sekula, "Dismantling Modernism, Reinventing Documentary...", Massachusetts Review: Photography, Winter, 1978, reprinted as Photography: Current Perspectives, Light Impressions, 1978, Photography/Politics: One, Photography Workshop, London, UK, 1979 and in Photography Against the Grain: Essays and Photo Works 1973-1983, Press of the Nova Scotia College of Art & Design, Halifax, Canada, October, 1984 (Photos).
Markland Taylor, New Haven Register, June 3, 1979 (Photo)
Carole Goldberg, Hartford Advocate, June 6, 1979 (Photo)
Scott M. Bushnell, Journal-Inquirer, Hartford, June 8, 1979
Key Mayo, Bristol, Ct./Valley Press, Connecticut, June 11, 1979 (Photo)
Priscilla Patey, Santa Barbara News and Reviews, September 6, 1979 (Photo)
Richard Ames, Santa Barbara News Press, September 8, 1979
William Wilson, Los Angeles Times, September 9, 1979
Ruth Iskin, Social Works (LAICA show catalog), 1979
William Spurlock, Dialogue/Discourse/Research, (Santa Barbara Museum catalog), 1979.
William Spurlock, National Arts Guide, March-April, 1980 (Photo)
Hal Fischer, Artweek, May 17, 1980 (Photo)
Diane Neumaier, "Post-documentary," Afterimage, vol. 11, no. 6, Jan., 1984, Rochester, NY.
Benjamin Buchloh, "Since Realism there was... (On the current conditions of factographic art)," Art & Ideology, New Museum catalog, New York, NY, 1984. "L.A. Public Workers Point To Some Problems" Reprinted in Exposition imaginaire: the art of exhibiting in the eighties, Netherlands Office of Fine Arts, The Hague, Netherlands, 1989, pp 96-121. and in Neo-Avantgarde and Culture Industry: Essays on European and American Art from 1955 to 1975, Cambridge, MA and London: The MIT Press, 2000.
Jonathan Green, "The Political Reconstruction of Photography," American Photography: A Critical History, 1945 to the Present, Abrams, Inc., NY, 1984 (Photos).
James Hugunin, "The Map is not the Territory, Exposure, Spring, 1984, Society for Photographic Education, NYC (Photos).
Paula Goldman, "Exhibitions: Fred Lonidier," Image, Summer, 1984, Houston Center for Photography, TX, (Photos).
Claude Walbert, "Exhibit’s words, pictures depict the nation’s trade union movement," The Tribune, San Diego, Oct. 31, 1984 (photos).
"I Like Everything....Nothing But Union," La Prensa San Diego, Nov. 9, 1984.
Henry Fuentes, "Photo exhibit looks at changing faces of labor movement," San Diego Union, Nov. 12, 1984 (photos).
Marjorie Miller,, "Photos Shed New Light On Unions," Los Angeles Times, Nov. 14, 1984 (photos).
Ann Williams, "Labor union photo exhibit at center," The Star-News, Sun., Dec. 16, 1984, Imperial Beach, Chula Vista & National City, CA.
On Campus, American Federation of Teachers, Washington, D.C., Feb. 1985 (photos).
Grant Kester, "Toward A New Social Documentary," Afterimage, March, 1987 (photos).
Abigail Solomon-Godeau, "Who Is Speaking Thus? Some Questions About Documentary Photography," in Barbara Fischer, ed., Event/Horizon, Banff Center, Alberta, Canada, 1987 (photos).
Republished in Abigail Solomon-Godeau, Photography at the Dock: Essays on Photographic History, Institutions and Practices, U. of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, 1989.
Fred Pfeil, "Popular Expressions," The Nation, Feb. 14, 1987.
Linda Bellon-Fisher, "Narrative Images/ Sociopolitical Statements," Review: Newsletter of The Friends of Photography, Carmel, CA, Oct. 1987.
Jan Zita Grover, Rejected catalog essay for "Edict and Episode: Image as Meaning," at the Installation Gallery, Oct. 1987.
Karen Atkinson & Dan Wasil, Edict & Episode: Image as meaning, catalog, Installation Gallery, 1988.
Bobbie Jo Lee, "Professor Is Bringing Organized Labor’s Fight to Television," La Jolla Light, April 28, 1988.
John McLaren, "UCSD Prof Boosts Labor in TV Series," The Tribune, San Diego, Jan. 30, 1989.
Kristen McCleary, "Labor Link TV Brings Back Ralph Kramden," News & Views, San Diego, CA, July 13, 1989.
John Zlatic, "Cable Videos Spotlight SD Labor Movement," UC-AFT Perspective, vol. 4., no. 1, Fall 1989.
Terry Barrett, "Ethically Evaluative Photographs," Criticizing Photographs: An Introduction To Understanding Images, 1990.
Fred Glass, "Fred Lonidier’s Labor Photography," California Teacher, vol. 44, no. 4, CFT/AFT/AFL-CIO, March 1991 (photos).
Fred Glass, "Class Pictures: Teaching About Photography to Labor Studies Students," Exposure, vol. 28, nos. 1/2, 1991 (photos).
Robert Pincus, "‘Relief’ Could Use A Bit of Work," San Diego Union, Oct. 21, 1991
Barrett Watten, "A Sense of Positive Horizons: For Labor, About Labor, By Labor at SFAI," Artweek, July 9, 1992.
Paul Majkut, "The Boundaries of Vanguard High Art," The San Diego Review, May 1, 1995.
Sandra Dibble, "UCSD professors’ photographic exhibit is taken down in Tijuana, Union-Tribune, San Diego, April 15, 1999.
Rhona Statland De Lopez, "Mexican University Shuts U.S. Professor’s Exhibit," The Chronicle of Higher Education, May 7, 1999. Reprinted in News Photographer, Bowling Green, OH October 1999.
"Prof’s anti-NAFTA exhibit stirs controversy," AFT ON CAMPUS, Washington D.C., Dec. 1999.
Leonor Ayala, "Hard Labor: Exhibit reveals poor working conditions abroad," The Record, MD, February 11, 2000.
Paul-Émile Thériault, "Documentaire visuel chez Langage Plus: Lonidier critique le contexte social," Progres-Dimance/Cahier B, May 21st, 200, Alma, Quebec.

William Wilson, Los Angeles Times, December 14, 1973
Thomas Albright, San Francisco Chronicle, February 19, 1974
Arthur Bloomfield, San Francisco Examiner, May 12, 1976
Alfred Frankenstein, San Francisco Chronicle, May 15, 1976
Richard Reilly, San Diego Union, May 16, 1976
Kim Levin, L.A.I.C.A. Journal, January-February, 1977, reprinted in Gregory Battcock, ed., New Artists Video, 1978
Kathy Setian and Paul Kagawa, The Arts Biweekly, San Francisco, California, August 15, 1977
Alfred Frankenstein, San Francisco Chronicle, July 14, 1977
Peter Frank, Village Voice, New York, New York, December 5, 1977
Lou Stettner, Camera 35, February, 1978
Michael Lerner, Work (Downtown Center, Fine Art Museums of San Francisco show catalog), September, 1978
Judith Dunham, Artweek, October 14, 1978
Clive Robertson, Centerfold, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Fall, 1978
Mark Glazebrook, Visual Dialog, volume 4, no. 3, Spring, 1979
Daily News, Hartford, Connecticut, May 25, 1979 (Photo)
The Print Collector’s Newsletter, volume X, no. 6, January-February, 1980
Richard Armstrong, Artforum, January, 1980
Sophia Jensen, The Press Democrat, Santa Rosa, CA, nd (March) 1980
West Art, April 25, 1980
Thomas Albright, San Francisco Chronicle, May 26, 1980
Lynette Tom, Daily Guardian, University of California, San Diego, June 6, 1980
Amy Chu, Reader, San Diego, CA, June 12, 1980
Martha Rosler, Program, 1980 National Conference of the Society for Photographic Education, Swan Lake, New York.
John Raymond, "Political awareness is underlying point of college exhibit," Asbury Press, NJ, April 10, 1983.
Penny Baker, "Wade Through Rhetoric, Discover Art," Sunday Press, Atlantic City, NJ, April 17, 1983.
Melanie MacLennan, Afterimage, Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, NY, Spring, 1983.
Melanie MacLennan, "Post-Romance: artists’ valentines," Afterimage, vol. 11, nos. 1 & 2, Summer, 1983, Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, NY.
Louise Katzman, Photography In California 1945 - 1980, Hudson Hills Press, NY, 1983.
"Museum of Contemporary Art Presents a Survey of Political Art," The Week Ahead, Feb. 4, 1984, The Fair Lawn-East Paterson Shopper, Inc., NJ.
Michael Brenson, "Art: Exhibit Focuses on Politics and the Palette," New York Times, Feb. 25, 1984.
Hilton Kramer, "Turning back the clock: art and politics in 1984," The New Criterion, April, 1984.
Roland Ponti, "The Teachers’ Turn," Reader, vol. 13, no 21, May 31, 1984, San Diego, CA.
Matt Damsker, "UCSD Faculty Art: Virtuosity Binds `Mixmaster’ Show," Los Angeles Times, June 1, 1984.
David Lewinson, "UCSD art faculty: a study in avant-garde," San Diego Union, June 10, 1984.
David Helvarg, "U.S., European artists look at politics in show at college," San Diego Union, Oct. 19, 1984.
Jeff Kelley, "Art Of Politics Put On Display," Los Angeles Times, Nov. 10, 1984.
Lucy Lippard, Get The Message?, Dutton, NYC, 1984.
Susan Muchnic, Los Angeles Times, Feb. 1985.
Robert L. Pincus, The San Diego Union, Mar. 31, 1985.
Jeff Kelley, Forty-Two Emerging Artists, catalog, La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, 1985 (photo).
Rutgers Newsletter, Oct. 4, 1985 (photo).
David Ross in Kathy Rae Huffman, ed., Video: A Retrospective, Long Beach Museum of Art, 1986.
Leah Ollman, L.A. Times, Oct. 16, 1987.
"Photos Examine International Socio-political Issues," Coasting, CA, Sept. 29, 1987.
"Exhibit’s ‘Narrative Images’ Help Make Social and Political Changes," Carmel Pine Cone, CA, Sept. 30, 1987.
Larry Remer, "At 80, Alice Barnes is still going," San Diego Newsline, vol. 11, no. 8, Dec. 8, 1987.
John Dorsey, "Photographs as Social Commentary: Pictures deliver poignant messages," The Sun Today, Baltimore, MD, April 5, 1989.
Abigail Solomon-Godeau, "Living With Contraditions," in Andrew Ross, ed., Universal Abandon?, U. of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, MN 1989.
Fred Glass, "Notes Toward A Morphology Of Labor Video," Afterimage, Sept. 1989.
Fred Ritchin, In Our Own Image: the coming revolution in photography, Aperature 1991.
Andy Grundberg, "The Power of Words," The New York Times, July 20, 1990.
Leah Ollman, "At The Galleries," Los Angeles Times, Oct. 9, 1991.
Chiori Santiago, "Labor is Fred Lonidier’s labor of love," Oakland Tribune, June 5, 1992 (photos).
Shaohua Huang, "Rise of New Documentary Photography in the U.S." People’s Photography," Aug. 5 & 12, 1992, People’s Republic of China.
John Pultz, "Photography Since 1975: Gender, Politics and the Postmodern Body" The Body In Photography Since 1839, Abrams, U.S.A., 1995 (photo).
Karen Rene Merkle, "Technology, Culture and Us," Showcase, January 9, 1997, Erie, PA.
Benjamin Buchloh, "A Conversation with Martha Rosler," in Catherine de Zegher, ed.,
Martha Rosler: Positions in the Life World, MIT Press, Cambridge MA 1999.
Mario Quesada, "In Baja California, A Pressured University," letter to the editor, Zeta, April/May, 1999, Tijuana, BC, Mexico.
Melissa Starker, "Hopped up: What’s New at Short North Galleries," Art Scene, Columbus, OH Feb. 10, 2000.
Citations, Notices & Quotations
Joan Murray, Artweek, February 23, 1974
Manny Farber/Patricia Patterson, City, San Francisco, nd
Bob Keil, Artweek, August 13, 1977
Adrienne Rosenthal, Artweek, July 15, 1978
Lou Stettner, Camera 35, September, 1978
Suzanne Muchnic, Los Angeles Times, October 7, 1979
James Hugunin, Journal: Southern California Art Magazine, (LAICA), no. 24, September-October, 1979
Carrie Rickey, Village Voice, November 26, 1979
Lee Whitten, Social Works (LAICA show catalog), 1979
Terry Smith, Camerawork, London, UK, February, 1980
Elise Miller, Los Angeles Times, June 7, 1980
David Ross, Artists and Writers in Residence, 80 Langton Street, 1980
Terence Pitts, Afterimage, January, 1981 (photo)
Hans Haacke, Artforum, July, 1981
Martha Rosler, Afterimage, October, 1981
Steve Cagan, Afterimage, October, 1982
Brae Canlen, "San Diego," Photo District News, San Diego, CA, July/Aug., 1983.
Mark Johnstone, "Photography in California: 1945-1980," Afterimage, vol. 11, no. 10, May, 1984, Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, NY.
"Resources," Community Murals Magazine, San Francisco, CA, Fall 1984.
Douglas Crimp, October, Fall 1984.
San Diego Labor Leader, Jan. 1985.
"Calendar," Los Angeles Times, Jan. 23, 1985.
Revolt In Style, La Jolla, CA, vol. 3, no. 1, 1985.
Tom Goodman, Afterimage, Feb. 1985.
Voice 660, Service Employees Local 660, Los Angeles, CA, Apr. 1985.
Christine Tamblyn, Afterimage, May 1985.
Terry Smith, Afterimage, Summer 1985.
Deborah Bright, Afterimage, Summer 1985.
"Resources," Labor Notes, Detroit, MI, Sept. 1985.
Paul Hester, Spot, Houston Center for Photography, Spring 1986.
"Resources," Labor Notes, Detroit, MI, Aug., 1986.
Terry Smith, Afterimage, Sept., 1986.
Richard Bolton, Photo Communique, Toronto, Ont., Canada, Summer 1986.
"Resources," Labor Notes, Sept. 1986.
Susan Freudenheim, "A Gallery of Avant-garde Thought," The Tribune, San Diego, Sept. 23, 1987.
Irene Lagorio, "Photographer Don Worth’s Prints Displayed at Carmel," The Sunday Herald, Monterey Peninsula, Nov. 8, 1987.
Doug Ischar, "‘This Is No Dream, This Is Really Happening:’ Reclaiming Realism," Spot, Huston, TX, Summer 1988.
John McLaren, "Labor Troubadour Still Inspires," The Tribune, San Diego, Jan. 2, 1989.
Jim Jacobson, "Peace Watch," San Diego Newsline, Jan. 10, 1989.
James Hugunin, "An Artful Dodge," New Art Examiner, Nov. 1989.
Abigail Solomon-Godeau, "Reconstructing Documentary," Photography At
The Dock: Essays on Photographic History, Institutions and Practices, U. of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, 1989.
Blaise Tobia, "Undermining Documentary," Afterimage, Sept. 1990.
Martin Spence, "Images of Labor," Uppnet News, vol. 3, no. 3, 1991.
Fred Glass, "Local Notes," California Teacher, vol. 45, no. 6, June 1992.
"Labor Show at Art Institute," California AFL-CIO News, vol. 35, no. 22, June 19, 1992.
"Resources," Labor Notes: Blueprint For A Strike, Dec. 1992.
Kristina McKenna, "The Evolution of a Tough Cookie: racism, sexism and classism permeate Carrie Mae Weems’ photographic palette," Los Angeles Times: Sunday Calendar, June 27, 1993.
Dirk Sutro, "Alumni Update: Carrie Weems," UCSD Perspectives, Oct. 1993.
Joel W. Beeson, Rethinking Documentary Photography: A Critical Ethnographic Approach, unpublished MA thesis, University of Missouri-Columbia 1993, pg. 85.
Benjamin Buchloh, "Allan Sekula: Photography between Discourse and Document," in Allan Sekula, Fish Story, Richter Verlag, Germany, 1995.
Margret Wagner, "In The Public Eye," Afterimage, Summer 1996.
Grant Kester, "Swept Away: Deborah Bright and the Fossils of Capitalism," All that is solid: an installation by Deborah Bright, catalog, Atlanta College Art Gallery 1997.
Grant Kester, "Ongoing Negotiations: Afterimage and the Analysis of Activist Art," Art, Activism & Oppositionality, Duke U. Press 1998, pg. 12.
Blake Stimson, "Introduction: Neo-Avantgardism and ‘Political Art,’" A Theory of the Neo-Avantegarde, dissertation, Cornell U. 1998, pg. 12 (photo).
Clive Robertson, "Carole Condé and Karl Beveridge’s Political Landscapes: Making art about the struggles for social justice and the limits of the political order," Carole Condé and Karl Beveridge: Political Landscapes, Gallery TPW Catalogue, Toronto, Ont., Canada 1998.
Alexander Alberro, "The Dialectics of Everyday Life: Martha Rosler and the Stratey of the Decoy," in Catherine de Zegher, ed., Martha Rosler: Positions in the Life World, MIT Press, Cambridge MA 1999.
"Botto House sponsors workshop," Shopper News, Hawthorne NJ, March 1, 2000.
Samuel Autman, "S.D. ‘tolerance zones’ mapped," The San Diego Union-Tribune, B1, June 7, 2000.
UCSD Perspectives, "Another Time, Another Place," Summer 2000, pg. 13.
Panels and lectures :
College Art Association, Photography Panel, Los Angeles, CA, 1977
University of Hartford, College of Art, Hartford, Connecticut, 1978
Chapman College, Orange, CA, 1978
California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA, 1979
Center for Photographic Studies, Los Angeles, CA, 1979
College Art Association, Washington, D.C., 1979
San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA, 1979
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1980
Society for Photographic Education, Swan Lake, New York, 1980
Grass Roots Events, San Diego, CA, 1980
Art Department, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1980
Mira Mesa High School, San Diego, CA, 1980
Mission Bay High School, San Diego, CA, 1980
School of Creative and Performing Arts High School, San Diego, CA, 1981
Summer Lecture Series, Camerawork Gallery, San Francisco, CA, 1981
Society for Photographic Education, Western Region Conference, Grossmont College, La Mesa, CA, 1981
Southwest Labor Studies Conference, Cal State Northridge, panelist and panel coordinator, 1982
Activist Artists Advance, Social and Public Arts Resource Center retreat (SPARC, Venice, CA), 1982
Colorado Mountain College 4th of July Symposium, lecture, 1982
Visiting Artist, Nova Scotia College of Art, Hallifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, 1982
Society for Photographic Education Nation Conference, Philadelphia, PA, 1983.
Multicultural Arts Institute panel, San Diego, CA, 1983.
Art Lecture Series, University of California at Los Angeles, 1983.
Humanities Lectures, San Diego State University, 1983.
Franklin Furnace, "Union Made" at Gallery 1199, New York City, 1983.
Visiting Artist, Rhode Island School of -Design, Providence, 1983.
California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA, 1984.
Society for Photographic Education National Conference, UC Riverside, CA, 1984 (panelist & panel organizer).
Houston Center for Photography, TX, 1984.
Museum Of Photographic Arts, Mt. Laguna docents retreat, CA, 1984.
Los Angeles Center for Photographic Studies, 1984.
Midwest Society for Photographic Education Regional Conference, Purdue U., W. Lafayette, IN, 1984.
SDSU Art Council, "Contemporary Art Study Seminar," San Diego State U., CA, 1984.
College Art Association National Conference, Los Angeles, CA, 1985.
Annual AFL-CIO Education Conference & University and College Labor Education Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, 1985.
"Arts For, By and About the Workplace," Workers Cultural School, U. of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1986.
San Diego Society for Humanistic Judaism, 1986.
12th Annual Conference, Social Theory, Politics and the Arts, UCSD, 1986.
SPE Western Regional Conference, San Francisco, CA, 1986.
"postSchool," Allan Sekula, Los Angeles, CA, 1986.
"Cultural Change" Track coordinator, SPE National Conference, San Diego, CA, 1987.
"Talking Pictures: A Conference on Art and Photography," Photo Communique, Toronto, Canada, Oct. 1987.
Western Workers Labor Heritage Festival panel on labor video, De Anza College, Cupertino, CA, Jan. 1988.
Imaginaction III, Alliance for Cultural Democracy Nation Conf., Labor & Culture panel, San Francisco, CA, 1988.
SPE National Conf., "Unions in Higher Ed.," Rochester, NY, 1989.
"Labor Video in the 1980’s: A union of necessity," coordinator, moderator and presenter, S.W. Labor Studies Conf., San Francisco 1989.
Western Labor Press Assn. Annual Conf., Kona Kai Hotel, San Diego, April 1990.
LaborTech Conf., IAM Lodge 1781, Burlingame, CA, May 1990.
International Visual Sociology Assn., Conf., "Work" panel, Whittier College, CA June 1990.
"Making Waves: The Artist as the Conscience of the Community," San Diego Art Institute, March 21, 1991.
SPE Western Regional Conf., panel organizor: "Documentary Photography: Repeatedly Buried But Not Dead," Buelleton, CA 1991.
UCSD Committee for World Democracy film discussion, 1992.
"Communicating Cultural Diversity," 4th Bination Encounter of Schools of Communication of the Californias, U. of San Diego, 1993.
Southwest Labor Studies Conference, U. of Redlands, CA, organizor Labor Artists Panel & participant Labor Video Panel, 1993.
American Festival, "Media as Socal Change" panel, Cafe Cinema, San Diego 1993.
Society for Photographic Education national conference, Image Maker, Chicago IL, 1994.
"Labor’s Voice In the Global Village," panel chair, S.W. Labor Studies Conference, SFSU, 1996.
AIVF Summer Salons, San Diego, August 1997.
"Border Subjects II," University Galleries, Illinois State U., Normal, IL 1997, Featured Speaker.
"Media & Democratic Action," Union for Democratic Communications, U. of San Francisco, CA 1998.
"Constructions of the Human," Cal. State U. Stanislaus, Turlock 1998.
"Get the Word Out: Alternative Media Strategies," 21st Annual Great Labor Arts Exchange, George Meany Center, Silver Spring, MD.
"Is Marxist Art Practice Viable Today?" Marxism 2000, University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
"Cultural Capital/Cultural Labor: Conference on Cultural Work," NYU 2000.
Curatorial work :
Consultant, Eye Gallery, "Analysis & Passon: Photography Engages Social and Political Issues," San Francisco, CA, 1985.
B/W printer, "John Hoagland: Photojournalist," La Jolla Museum, 1984 and at Eye Gallery, San Francisco, 1985.
Carole Condé & Karl Beveridge at SEIU Local 660, Los Angeles, CA, 1985.
Mounted Paul Pector’s photo/text artwork for exhibit in the Machinists Hall District 50, San Diego, CA, 1986.
Carlos Pineda, "Images of Daily Life in Today’s Nicaragua," East Room, Mandeville Center, UCSD, 1986.
Beryl Graham, "Rust Phoenix: Post-Industrial Revolutions," Northern Arts Region, England, 1992.
Consultant, "1946 Oakland General Strike," Oakland Museum, CA 1996.
Collections :
Long Beach Museum of Art, CA
Faith Flam, Studio City, CA
Oakland Museum, CA
Los Angeles Video Library, CA
Southern California Library for Social Studies and Research
New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York
Pauline Oliveros Archive, UCSD Special Collections Library, 1998.
Regents Fellowship, University of California, San Diego, 1971-72
Minolta/Manpower photo contest, Honorable Mention, 1976
"New Faces," Nominee: Fine Art, American Photographer, Feb., 1984.
Labor Council Award, "Special Projects," by the San Diego-Imperial Counties Labor Council, AFL-CIO for Labor Link TV.
And in conjunction: Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition, California State Senate Resolution Certificate and California Legislative Assembly Certificate of Recognition.
Joseph S. Francis, "Labor Day Program A Huge Success!!," San Diego Labor Leader, vol. 4, no. 8, Sept. 1989.
Nick Nichols/Michael Harrington Award, Democratic Socialists of America National Convention, San Diego 1999.
Honoree, All People’s Celebration, UCSD Cross Cultural Center 2000
Grants :
Ford Foundation Leave, one quarter, 1977
National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, 1980-81
Ford Foundation Leave, one quarter, 1981
National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, 1982-3
UCSD Academic Senate Research Grants, 1976-2001
UCSD Center for the Humanities, 1999-2000
Art Diary, 1978
The Complete Book of Photographers, 1980
Contemporary Personalities, Italy, 1981
Dictionary of International Biography, 1979
Macmillan Biographical Encyclopedia of Photographic Artists & Innovators, 1983.
Who’s Who In American Art, 1976, 1978, 1980, 1984, 1986. Who’s Who In The West, 1984-85