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Aziza Claudia Gibson Hunter: Exploring Presence


Nine Artists | Nine Months | Nine Perspectives: Birth of 2020 Visions from Pyramid Atlantic on Vimeo.


Scholarly Article: Transformative Learning through Bookmaking in a Black Women's art Collective
By Adjoa Jackson Burrowes
Intentional Journal of Lifelong Learning in Art Education
Volume 4 2021

Review | In the galleries: Multiple works by Black artists create a vision of authority

In the galleries—Black women artists collaborate on innovative book project
By Mark Jenkins
Washington Post, Museums: Review

East City Art Reviews—9 Artists / 9 Months / 9 Perspectives: Birth of 2020 Visions
Pyramid-Atlantic is hosting an exhibition of the work of nine African-American women artists who participated in a collective project variously titled Project 2020 or 2020 Visions. For it, each conceived an artist’s book that would express her experiences through the difficult and tumultuous times through which we have lived over the past year and a half.
Reviews | East City Art
by Claudia Rousseau, Ph.D.

Black Artist Research Space
Carryin’ On
A timely collection of interviews, literary works, and visual art from 15 national and international Black artists, activists, and creatives. Artists respond to the question:

" What are the key points your creative practice draws from that connect to the existence, survival, and future of Black lives?"

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ZOOM artist talk
From the exhibition We Built This House
Virginia Commonwealth University, 2020

East of the City Art Reviews
Dialogues at STABLE
Claudia Rousseau, PhD
February 5, 2020
East of the City Media LLC
922 G Street SE, Second Floor,
Washington DC, 20003
Reviews | East City Art

Aziza Claudia Gibson Hunter
Occupational Hazards

Art and the City
Artist Profile: Aziza Claudia Gibson-Hunter
Jim Magner, October 10, 2018
Capital Community News, Inc.
244 7th St. SE, Suite 300
Washington DC, 20003
Pg. 58-59

CALLALOO : Art and Culture in the African Diaspora
Volume 38, Number 4
ISSN 0121-2492
Published by he Johns Hopkins University Press
Baltimore Maryland,
Copyright 2016, Baltimore, Md
‘Aziza’ Claudia Gibson-Hunter pg. 825-829
Illustrations: pg. 191-922

Black Renaissance/Black Renaissance Noire
Volume 16, Issue 2/ Fall 2016
Institute of African American Affairs
New York University
14 A Washington Mews
New York, New York
Copyright 2016, New York, New York
Aziza Claudia Gibson-Hunter: FRENCH DOORS
pg. 138-141

NKA Journal of Contemporary African Art
Special Issue: The Black Arts Movement:
Number 30
Spring 1012
Duke University Press
905 W. Main St.
Durham, NC 27701
Copyright 2012, Durham, NC
“1 + 1 = 3 “ JOINING FORCES, Coreen Simpson’s Photographic Suite
pg. 56-57

Aziza Claudia Gibson-Hunter ruminates on the pain of gentrification through mixed media abstraction
Citi Paper, Baltimore
By Angela N Carroll
October 1, 2016

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In the galleries: Rustic landscapes with just a touch of menace
The Washington Post
By Mark Jenkins. May 6, 2016

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Charles Krause Reporting Gallery Lines Drawn catalog. Click here.


Short Film made for "In Unison"
Movie made at George Mason University during the making of "In Unison" by Jason Woo.

In Unison at the Kreeger
Latest News and Thoughts from Ellyn Weiss
January 25, 2011

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Kreeger displays Washington artists' prints
By Jacqueline Trescott

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Artist Interview: Claudia “Aziza” Gibson-Hunter
Jun 2nd, 2011
by Clarke Art Consulting.

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