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One Person Exhibitions:

2020 Andrew Kreps, New York, NY

2019 Frieze LA, with Kaiser Vielmetter, Feb 14-17

2019 The Lost Supper Paintings of Fattys, Susanne Vielmetter, Feb/March

2018 Sperone Westwater, New York, NY

2017 Yipes, Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, Los Angeles, CA

2013-2014 Wine Bar For Children at Mister Ling's Market, Coagula Curatorial, Los Angeles, Oct– Jan 2014

2012 Sperone Westwater, New York

2008 Lightbox, Los Angeles, Ca.

2007 Studies for the Last Supper at Fatty's, Sperone Westwater, New York, 29 March – 28 April 2007

2000 "Kim Dingle Bell Gallery", Brown University, Providence, RI, 11 November – 31 December

Never In School Sperone Westwater, New York, 2 November – 22 December

1998 Fatty, Gian Enzo Sperone, Rome, 30 September 

Fatty and Fudge Sperone Westwater, New York, 7 November–19 December (catalogue)

1997 The Prisspapers Blum & Poe, Santa Monica, 6 September–11 October

1996 Kim Dingle: a survey. The Renaissance Society, University of Chicago, (catalogue)

1995 Kim Dingle, Otis Gallery, Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, (catalogue)

1995 A Glimpse of the Norton Collection as Revealed by Kim Dingle, Santa Monica Museum of Art, CA,

SITE Santa Fe, NM (artist's project; brochure)

1995 Kim Dingle, Blum & Poe, Santa Monica, CA, 21 January–4 March

1994 Kim Dingle, Jack Tilton Gallery, New York,

1993 Jason Rubell Gallery, Miami Beach, FL (brochure)

1992 Kim Light Gallery, Los Angeles

1991 The Romance and Drama of the Rubber Industry, Closet of Modern Art (COMA), CSULA

Portraits from the Dingle Library, Richard/Bennett Gallery, Los Angeles, 6–27 September

Dingle Library Presents Paintings of the West with Horse Drawings by Teenage Girls, Parker Zanic, Los Angeles

pre-History A Dog’s Bach is Worse Than it Sounds Double Rocking G, Los Angeles

Remembering Pencil Double Rocking G Gallery, Los Angeles

selected group exhibitions

2020 "20 Years", Vielmetter Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA

         "WOMAHR", Fondazione Molise Cultura, Campobasso, Italy

         "Home Depot Coloring Books -- Anyone Can Do It", Gallery Platform LA, Online

         "Double Take" CMAY Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2019 "Coordinates: Maps and Art Exploring Shared Terrain", Stanford Libraries, Stanford, CA, April-Sept 2019

2018 "The Adachi Dingle Festival", LA Artcore, Little Tokyo, November 2018

2018 "Recelebration", Luckman Fine Arts Complex, Cal State Los Angeles, August-Nov 2018

2018 "Shift", Denk Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2014 “Secrets and Lies” Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego

2014-2015 "The Avant Garde" Orange County Museum of Art

2014 Collezione Maramotti, Reggio Emillia, Italy

2013 “Untitled (Giotto’s O) , Sperone Westwater, Lugano, Switzerland

2005 “Light Options; A Selection,” Lightbox, Los Angeles, CA, 10 December – 23 December 2005.

2000-2002 “Almost Warm & Fuzzy: Childhood and Contemporary Art,” Curated by Susan Lubowsky Talbott and Lea Rosson DeLong, organized and circulated by Independent Curators International (ICI), New York. Tour venue: Tacoma Art Museum, 8 July – 17 September 2000; Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, 6 October – 14 January

2001; P.S.1Contemporary Art Center/MOMA Affiliate, Long Island City, 4 February -8 ;

Fundació “la Caixa”, Barcelona, 26 April – 8 July 2001 (catalogue); Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, 30 August – 4 November 2001; Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, Ontario, 24 November – 20 January 2002;

Cleveland Center for the Contemporary Art, 6 September – 10 November 2002

Lateral Thinking, Art of the 1990’s,” Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, 2001 –2002 (catalogue)

Uncomfortable Beauty,” Jack Tilton/Anna Kustera, New York, 8 December 2000 – 13 January 2001

Pop & Post-Pop (On Paper),” Texas Gallery, Houston, 23 January – 3 March 2001

MOMA, New York "Mapping" Robert Stor curator

Los Angeles County “Made in California: Art, Image and Identity, 1900-2000,”

Museum of Modern Art San Francisco, 22 October 2000 – 25 February 2001 “The Darker Side of Playland

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 1 September 2000 – 2 January 2001 (catalogue)

"Whitney Biennial," Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 23 March – June 2000 (catalogue)

"Arte Americana; Ultimo Decennio," Museo d'Arte della Citta di Ravenna, Ravenna, 8 April – 25 June 2000 (catalogue)

"The End," Exit Art, New York, 29 January – 29 April 2000

Emotional Rescue,” The Contemporary Art Project Collection, Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle, WA,

"Almost Warm and Fuzzy; Childhood and Contemporary Art," Des Moines Art Center, Iowa, (catalogue)

"I'm the Boss of Myself", Sara Meltzer's on View, 5 May – 12 June 1999

1999 "Looking at Ourselves: Works by Women Artists from the Logan Collection," San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 9 January–20 April 1999 (catalogue)

1998 "Family Viewing," Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

"Presumed Innocence," Anderson Gallery, School of the Arts, Virginia Commonwealth University

Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH, 4 April–14 June (catalogue)

"Sunshine and Noir: Art in L. A. 1960–1997,

- Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebaek, Denmark,

-Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Germany

- Castello di Rivoli, Turin, Italy,

- Hammer Museum, Los Angles, fall (catalogue)

"My Little Pretty: Images of Girls by Contemporary Women Artists," Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago (catalogue)

"Women's Work: Examining the feminine in Contemporary Painting," Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-

Salem, NC, 19 July–30 September (brochure)

"Narcissism: Artists Reflect Themselves," California Center for the Arts Museum, Escondido, CA

"American Kaleidoscope," National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, DC (catalogue)

"Early Learning," Entwistle, London

"Between Reality and Abstraction: California Art at the End of the Century," Scottsdale Center for the Arts, AZ.

"Playtime: Artists and Toys," Whitney Museum of America Art at Champion, Stamford, CT, (catalogue)

"Space of Time," Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami

"Inside Out: Psychological Self Portraiture in the 90's," The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT

"Gender, Myth and Exploration," University of North Texas, Denton

"Wallpaper Works," Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX

The Museum of Modern Art, New York, “Mapping” 6 October–20 December curator: Robert Stor (catalogue)

"Mapping," -University of Texas at San Antonio, TX;

-Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum, CA curator: Francis Colpitt

"Bad Girls West," UCLA Wight Gallery, Los Angeles

"Arrested Childhood," Center for Contemporary Art, Miami, FL, 19 May–2 July (catalogue)

"Fourth Newport Biennial: Southern California 1993," The Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Beach, CA, (catalogue)

"Déjà vu," Asher/Faure Gallery, Los Angeles

"I Thought California Would Be Different, New Work in the Permanent Collection," Laguna Art Museum, CA

"Fever," Exit Art, New York

"Space of Time," Americas Society, New York

"The Imp of the Perverse, Eight Artists from Los Angeles," Sally Hawkins Gallery, New York

"Group Show: Mary Beyt, Kim Dingle, David Dupuis, Scott Grodesky," Rubenstein/Diacono Gallery, New York

"Contemporary Identities: 23 Artists. The 1993 Phoenix Triennial," Phoenix Art Museum, AZ, (catalogue)

Corcoran Gallery of Art Biennial, Washington, DC 1993

"Les Fleurs," Parker/Zanic Gallery and Sue Spaid Fine Art, Los Angeles

"Synthetic Histories," Parker/Zanic Gallery, Los Angeles

"Con-Text," Richard/Bennett Gallery, 1990, Los Angeles

selected collections:

Whitney Museum of American Art

Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus Ohio

Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.

Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, California.

Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco

National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institute, Washington D.C.

Corcoran Gallery, Washington DC

Denver Museum of Art

Museum of Contemporary Art, Seattle, Washington

Norton Family Foundation

Collezione Maramotti, Reggio Emilia, Italy

Zabludowicz Collection, London


2020          Urist Green, Sarah. "You Are an Artist: Assignments to Spark Creation", Penguin Books, New York

2019          Ross, Claudia. "Hospitality, Mutiny", X-TRA, Fall

                  Grundy, Gordy. "We Love Art Books! (Part 2)", Artillery, April 25

                  Barrie, Lita. "Kim Dingle: I Will Be Your Server (The Lost Supper Paintings)", Riot Material, April 5

                  Pagel, David. "Mayhem, table for 1: Artist Kim Dingle, Fatty's Restaurant and her 'Lost Supper' paintings", Los Angeles Times, March 18

                  Schneider, Tim. "Frieze Los Angeles Opens With Pop-Cultural Cachet in the Aisles, on the stands, and in the Sales Figures", artnet, February 15

                  "Frieze Los Angeles Kicks off Inaugural Edition at Paramount Pictures Studios This Week", Artfix Daily, Feburary 13

2018          Souza, John, "Recelebration", Luckman Fine Arts Complex, Cal State LA, August 2018 (link)

                   Wolff, Natasha, "Change Agents Erin Christovale, Kim Dingle, and Maggie Kayne", Muse, April 2 (link)

                  Becker, Noah, "Whitehot Suggest: Kim Dingle at Sperone Westwater," Whitehot Magazine, March (link)

                  Moony-Martin, Lucia Love, "Muscle Memory: Kim Dingle talks about her Blindfold paintings with Lucia Love Mooney-Martin," artcritical, March 3 (link)

                  Yau, John, "Painting by Touch, Not by Sight," Hyperallergic, January 27 (link)

2017          Pashaie, Natalie, "Kim Dingle 'YIPES': From Playful to Notorious," Art Now LA, November 16, (link)

                  Miranda, C, "Q&A: How Ed Sullivan, girls gone wild, an alligator and blindfold painting shaped the art of Kim Dingle," Los Angeles Times, November 8 (link)

                  Hazani, Joseph A., "Kim Dingle at Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects Review," Adilettante, November 3 (link)

                  Zellen, Jody, "Kim Dingle at Susanne Vielmetter LA Projects," Art and Cake, November 7 (link)

                  Pagel, David, "Kim Dingle lets her alter ego loose, and the result is a rip-roaring ride," Los Angeles Times, October 28 (link)

                  Goldman, Edward, "Sizzling weather, cool art," KCRW Art Talk, October 25 (link)

                  Short, Alice, "Inside Rand Corp.'s impressive art collection," Los Angeles Times, July 30 (link)

2016          Norman, Lee Ann, "EXPO 201: Critic's Picks by Lee Ann Norman," NewCity Art, September 25

                  Goldstein, Andrew M., "5 Artists to Discover at EXPO Chicago 2016," Artspace, September 23

2014          Snyder, Garrett, "Hide & Seek - Chinatown's Secret Wine Shop,", February 4

        Miranda, Carolina. “Crazy Babies and Pantyhose: 5 must-see works at OCMA's 'Avant-Garde'”, Los Angeles Times, September 10, 2014

        Forgacs, Eva. “Modernism's Lost Future”, Vol XXXV, No. 2, pg 29-45

        Snyder, Garrett. “Hide & Seek – Chinatown’s Secret Wine Shop.” 4 February 2014.

2013 Tiberghien, Giles A. “The Imaginary Cartographic World in Contemporary Art.” Espace, Spring    Summer, 2013, pp. 17-22.

        Farabee, Mindy. “The Many Lives of Kim Dingle.”, 20 June 2013.

        Vankin, Deborah. “Kim Dingle debuts ‘Wine Bar for Children’ at Coagula Curatorial.” (Los Angeles Times), 27 October 2013.

        Eisler, Maryam, Ed. Art Studio America – Contemporary Artist Spaces. London: Thames & Hudson, 2013.

2012 McLean, Madeline. “Dollies of Folly & Frolic: Kim Dingle at Sperone Westwater.” Daily Serving (, 11 April 2012.

        Cembalest, Robin. “Having her cake and eating it too?” (Let My People Show), 12 April 2012.

        Herzlinger, Jamie. “Kim Dingle-So Interesting! Feminist Artist.”, 24 April 2012.

2011 “Goldmine.” Exhibition Catalogue: University Art Museum, California State University Long Beach, 2011.

2010 Gleason, Mat. “The Ten most UNDERRATED Los Angeles Art World Stars,” (Huffington Post), 17 August 2010.

2009 Jacobs, Frank. Strange Maps: An Atlas of Cartographic Curiosities. New York: Penguin Group, 2009, p. 26.

2008 Evangelisti, Silvia. Arte Fiera/ Art First. Bologna: Renografica edizioni d’arte, 2008, p. 366.

2007 Cohen, David, “Art in Brief: Studies for The Last Supper at Fatty’s,” The New York Sun, 5 April 2007, p. 20.

        “Kim Dingle,” The New Yorker, 16 April 2007, p. 24.

        Guest, Anthony, “Something personal this way comes,” The Financial Times, 21/22 April 2007, p. W 15.

        Kreimer, Julian, “Kim Dingle at Sperone Westwater,” Art in America, June/July 2007, p.196.

        Pagel, David. “Dingle’s Return is Delicious,” Los Angeles Times, 23 November 2007, p. E30.

        Dingle, Kim. “Guest Lecture.” Artillery, Vol. 2, No. 2, Nov/Dec 2007, pp. 28, 29.

2006 “Heart of Palm; Sustainable wood and sensational art define George Yu's addition to a 1920's Los Angeles bungalow,” Interior Design, Volume 77, Issue 10 (1 August             2006), p. 232.

2003 Harmon, Katherine. You are Here. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2003.

        Tyler, Stallings, and Amelia Jones, David R. Roediger, Whiteness: A Wayward Contruction. Exhibition Catalogue. Laguna Art Museum, 2003.

        Hackett, Regina, “Contemporary Art Project Vividly Takes on Hot Button Issues.” Seattle Post- Intelligencer, 3 January 2003, p.12.

        Chang, Richard, “Shining a light on white // A Laguna Art Museum show explores the meaning of whiteness. Series: whiteness.0331,” The Orange County Register, 31         March 2003, cover story

2002 SAM Collects Contemporary Art Project. Introduction by Lisa Corrin. Seattle: Seattle Art Museum, 2002.

        “Denver Art Museum gets highly sought after art collection,” Associated Press Newswires, 05:41 PM, 8 February 2002.

        Burch, Peggy, “Snooty Art Ideas get a Dose of the Warm and Fuzzy (Almost),” Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN, 23 June 2002, p. G1.

        Phelps-Fredetter Suzanna, “Take a Kid to See ‘Warm and Fuzzy’; No ‘Serious’ art here so just enjoy it,” in a special to the The Commercial Appeal Memphis, TN , 7 July 2002, p. G2.

        Aernst, Mark, “The Art of Now/ Exhibit Challenges traditional Views, Viewers early Notions,” The Gazette, 4 October 2002, p. G16.

        Voeltz Chandler, Mary, “Back to the Present; 25 Years of Contemporary and Modern Art

        Collecting Resurface in the in Dam Exhibit,” Rocky Mountain News, 15 November 2002, p. 14D.

        Jana, Reena, “Kim Dingle,” Artnews, May 2001, p. 195.

        Retorno al País de las Maravillas, El arte contemporáneo y la infancia. Exhibition catalogue. Barcelona: Centre Cultural de la Fundació “la Caixa”, 2001, p.64.

        Honigman, Ana, “Kim Dingle,” Frieze, May 2001, pp. 100-101.

2000 Siegel, Katy, “The Long List,” Artforum (January 2000), p. 32.

        Stevens, Mark, "Built for Comfort," New York, Vol. 33, no.13, 3 April, 2000, pp. 58, 60.

        Schjeldahl, Peter, "Pragmatic Hedonism," The New Yorker, 3 April 2000, pp. 94-95.

        Kramer, Hilton, "Artgoers ! Avoid Deadly Esthetic Virus at Whitney," The New York Observer, 3 April 2000, pp. 1, 17.

        Knight, Christopher, "Not Enough Reasons to Celebrate," Los Angeles Times, 24 March 2000, pp. 1, 21.

        Reichert, Herbert, "The Search for Life in an Alien Universe," Review, 1 April 2000, pp. 32-36.

        Gopinath, Gabrielle, "A Patchwork Labyrinth," Review, 1 April 2000, pp. 56-59.

        Maxwell, Douglas F., "Biennal Lite," Review, 1 April 2000, pp. 60-63.

        Markham, Pamela, "Monumentalizing to a Fault," Review, 1 April 2000, pp. 71- 74.

        Berdé, Olga, "Ants Flies & Blondes in the Global Village," Review, 1 April 2000, pp. 83-86.

        Arte Americana; Ultimo Decennio. Exhibition catalogue. Essays by Claudio Spadoni, Alan Jones, Roberto Daolio, Fernanda Pivano. Ravenna, Italy: Museo d'Arte della         Citta di Ravenna/Edizioni         Gabriele Mazzotta, 2000.

        Whitney Biennial. Exhibition catalogue. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 2000.

        Richard, Paul, “Whitney’s Sampler; For Browsers, Biennial 2000 Goes Down Easy: Leaves no Aftertaste,” The Washington Post, 31 March 2000, C01.

        Siegel, Katy "Biennal 2000; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York" Artforum, XXXVIII, No. 9, May 2000, pp. 170-171.

        Kutner, Janet, "New Looks; Whitney goes national with biennial survey of modern scene," The Dallas Morning News, 23 April 2000, p.1C, p. 10.

        Gilman-Sevcik, "New York's Mega-Shows; Whitney Biennial and Greater New York," Flash Art, Vol. XXXIII, no. 212, May-June 2000, pp. 88-90.

        Gian Enzo Sperone; Torino, Roma, New York; 35 Anni di Mostra tra Europa e America. Torino, Italy: Hopeful Monster, 2000, p. 476.

        Zeraman, John,“Time to take out the garbage? Mixing business with Politics, at Art’s Expense,” The Record, Northern New Jersey, 24 March 2000, p. 25.

        Hall, Emily. “Childhood Art for More Than Children,” The Stranger, August 2000.

        The Darker Side of Playland: Childhood Imagery from the Logan Collection. Exhibition catalogue. San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 2000.

        “With a Child’s Eyes,” The News Tribune, Tacoma, Washington, 9 July 2000.

        Clayton, Alec, “Almost warm and fuzzy at TAM,” Fort Lewis Ranger, August 3 – 9 2000, p. 1B.

        Mahoney, Robert, “Emotion Detectors,” ARTnews, October 2000, p. 42.

        Gray, Channing, “Art Scene - Evil brats in party dresses,” The Providence Journal, 30 November 2000, p. L-24.

        “Kim Dingle.” The New Yorker, 27 November 2000, p. 32.

        “Kim Dingle.” The New Yorker, 4 December 2000, p. 22.

        Glueck, Grace, “Kim Dingle, ‘Never in School’,” The New York Times, 1 December 2000, p. E35

        da Warhol al 2000: Gian Enzo Sperone, exhibition catalogue, Palazzo Cavour, Regione Piemonte, essays by Anna Minola, Maria Cristina Mundici, et. al (Turin, Italy:             Hopeful Monster 2000), p. 75.

        Johnson, Ken, “’Uncomfortable Beauty’,” The New York Times, 29 December 2000, E42.

1998 Pagel, David, "Kim Dingle: Blum & Poe, Santa Monica." Art/Text, no. 60, February–April 1998, p. 100.

        Duncan, Michael, "Import/Export: Variations in Noir," Art in America, vol. 86, no. 4, April 1998, pp. 57–61.

        Crutchfield, Jean. Presumed Innocence. Exhibition catalogue. Essays by Kathryn Hixson and Robert Hobbs. Richmond, VA: Anderson Gallery, School of the Arts,                 Virginia Commonwealth University, and Seattle and London: University of Washington Press, 1998.

        Newhall, Edith, "Art Preview: Galleries," New York, 14 September 1998, p. 126.

        Gilbert, David, "Interior Design's Guide to Fall in New York," Interior Design, vol. 69, no. 11, September 1998, p. 56.

        Ichihara, Kentaro, "New Figurative Painting in the 90s," Bijustu-Techo, vol. 50, no. 763, November 1998, pp. 9–88.

        Boodro, Michael, "People Are Talking about Art: Home Alone," Vogue (New York), November 1998, p. 242.

        Pinchbeck, Daniel, "Art Market: Our Choice of New York Contemporary Galleries," The Art Newspaper, no. 86, November 1998, p. 72.

        Wallach, Amei, "Malevolent Babies Busting Up Walls, Sharpening Darts," The New York Times, 1 November 1998, pp. AR47–48.

        Smith, Roberta, "Art in Review: Kim Dingle," The New York Times, 27 November 1998, p. E43.

        Wallach, Amei, "Vision of the Void Behind the California Sun," The New York Times, 29 November 1998, pp. AR43–44.

        Schwendener, Martha, "Kim Dingle, 'Fatty and Fudge'," Time Out New York, 10–17 December 1998, p. 66.

        Willette, Jeanne S. M., "Kim Dingle and Cohorts: The Writer, The Bad Girl, and The Seamstress," Artweek, vol. 29 no. 11, (November 1998), pp. 15–16.

        Willette, Jeanne S. M., "The Little White Dress," Dutch, no. 19, 1998, pp. 26–27.

        "Arte e Mercato," Arte, No. 304, December, 1998, p. 200.

1999 Mahoney, Robert, "Miracles of Girldom," Artnet, 12 January 1999,

        Spada, Sabina, "Kim Dingle," Tema Celeste, no. 72, January–February 1999, p. 86.

        Siegel, Katy, "Kim Dingle: Sperone Westwater," Artforum, vol. 37, no. 6, February 1999, p. 96.

        Muchnic, Suzanne, "'Sunshine & Noir'," Artnews, vol. 98, no. 2, February 1999, p. 116.

        Salvioni, Daniela. Looking at Ourselves: Works by Women Artists from the Logan Collection. Exhibition catalogue. San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern             Art, 1999.

        D 'Souza, Aruna, "Kim Dingle at Sperone Westwater," Art in America, vol. 87 no. 3, March 1999, p. 110.

        Lovelace, Carey, “Kim Dingle at Sperone Westwater” Art in America, vol. 87 no. 3, March 1999, pp. 132-133.

        Cho, Christina, “Kim Dingle” ARTnews, Volume 98, Issue 4, April 1999, p. 118.

        ZOO, July 1999, Purple House Limited, 1999, pp. 163-165.

        Vogel, Carol, " Choosing a Palette of Biennal Artist," The New York Times, 9 December 1999, The Arts/Cultural Desk, section E, pp. 1, 8.

        Plagens, Peter, and Corie Brown, "Hollywood's Big Art Deal," Newsweek, 6 December 1999, pp. 78-80.

1997 Nittve, Lars and Helle Crenzien. Sunshine and Noir: Art in L. A., 1960–1997. Exhibition catalogue. Essays by Anne Ayres, Laura Cottingham, Mike Davis, Russell                 Ferguson, William R. Hackman,         and others. Humlebaek, Denmark: Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 1997.

        Grisham, E. “Kim Dingle; Kara Walker.” Art Papers v. 21, May/June 1997, p. 65.

        Connors, T. “Kim Dingle,” Sculpture (Washington, D.C.) v. 16, May/June 1997, p. 65-66.

        Kandel, Susan, "Sugar, Spice, and Everything Nice? Not Quite," Los Angeles Times, 19 September 1997, p. F26.

        Frank, Peter, "Pick of the Week," L. A. Weekly, 19–26 September 1997, p. 110.

        Fleming, Jeff. Women's Work: Examining the Feminine in Contemporary Painting. Exhibition brochure. Winston- Salem, NC: Southeastern Center for Contemporary             Art, 1997.

        Kozloff, Max. "Sunshine & Noir: Art in L. A., 1960–1997." Artforum, vol. 36, no. 3, November 1997, pp. 110–111.

        Gonzalez, Rita, “Poliester,” Winter 1997–98, pp. 44–49.

        Harvey, Doug, "Kim Dingle at Blum & Poe," Art Issues, November/December 1997, p. 45.

1996 Greenstein, M. A. "A Conversation with Kim Dingle, Artist.” Artweek, January 1996, pp. 22–23.

        Anderson, Isabel. "Kim Dingle at Otis Gallery." Artweek, January 1996, p. 22

        Schjeldahl, Peter. "The Dingle Flap.” Village Voice, 30 January 1996, p. 73.

        Rugoff, Ralph. "Crate Expectation," L. A. Weekly, 12–18 January 1996, p. 39.

        Pincus, Robert L. "Dreaming of Me" San Diego Union Tribune, 11 February 1996, pp. E2, E8.

        Lewis, Jo Ann. "Kaleidoscope, Pieces of a Dream." Washington Post, 10 October 1996, pp. D1, D8.

        Jones, Joyce. "American Art, Through a Prism," Washington Post. 11 October 1996, p. 55.

        Artner, Alan. "Critic's Choice." Chicago Tribune, 24 November 1996, Section 7, p. 4.

        Artner, Alan. "Critic's Choice." Chicago Tribune, 1 December 1996, Section 7, pp. 1, 2.

1995 Schaffner, Ingrid. "Kim Dingle: Jack Tilton Gallery," Artforum, vol. 34 no. 6, February 1995,

        Cameron, Dan. "Kertess's List." Art & Auction, February 1995, p. 60.

        Pagel, David. "Mayhem, Mischief & Little Girls." Los Angeles Times, 7 February 1995, pp. 1, 9.

        Kandel, Susan. "Naughty Dolls Don't Make for Bad Girls." Los Angeles Times, 9 February 1995, p. 8.

        Darling, Michael. "Kim Dingle at Blum & Poe." Art Issues, March/April 1995, p. 38.

        Pagel, David. "Kim Dingle: Blum & Poe, Los Angeles." Frieze, no. 21, March–April 1995, pp. 61–62.

        Zellen, Jody, Art Press, April 1995, pp. 67–68

        Kutner, Janet. "Artists Explore the Issues of Human Gender." The Dallas Morning News, 30 April 1995, pp. C1, C7.

        Pagel, David. "Kim Dingle." Bomb, no. 52, Summer 1995, pp. 12–14.

        Hoving, Thomas. "Art for the Ages." Cigar Aficionado, Summer 1995, pp. 225–226.

        Morgan, Susan. "Little Miss Mayhem." Elle, November 1995, p. 54.

        Kim Dingle. Exhibition catalogue. Essays by Marilu Knode and Peter Schjeldahl and afterword by Anne Ayres. Los Angeles: Otis College of Art and Design, 1995.

        Greene, David, "Born to Be Bad," Los Angeles Reader, 8 December 1995, p. 12.

        Knight, Christopher, "Exposing the Inner Child of U.S. Politics," Los Angeles Times, 3 December 1995, pp. 63, 65.

        Wilson, William, "Eccentric 'Glimpse' at Norton Collection," Los Angeles Times, 12 December 1995, p. F12.

        Wilson, William, "Canvassing the Year of Brilliance," Los Angeles Times, 31 December 1995, p. 60.

        “A Glimpse of the Norton Collection as Revealed by Kim Dingle,” Exhibition brochure. Essay by Noriko Gamblin and interview by Bill Begert. Santa Monica, CA:                 Santa Monica Museum of Art, 1995.

        Gauthier, Jennifer, Angela Kramer Murphy, and Cynthia Roznoy. Playtime: Artists and Toys. Exhibition catalogue. Stamford, CT: Whitney Museum of America Art at             Champion, 1995.

1994 Cohen, Jean Lawlor. “43rd Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting.” Art News, vol. 93 no. 2, February 1994, p. 145.

        Knight, Christophe. "'Bad Girls': Feminism on Wry, Tone Bemusedly Subversive in West Coast Edition of N.Y. Show." Los Angeles Times, 8 February 1994, pp. F1, F4.

        "The Space of Time." Art Nexus, no. 1, February–March 1999, pp. 246–247.

        Edelman, Robert. "The Figure Returns," Art in America, vol. 83 no. 3, March 1994, pp. 38–43.

        Roth, Charlene. "Bad Girls. " Artweek, 10–17 March 1994, pp. 20–21.

        Lumpkin, Libby. "Bad Girls West." Art Issues, no. 32, March–April 1994, pp. 46–48.

        LaBelle, Charles. "Biggest, Badettes." Cover, April 1994, p. 18.

        Weissman, Benjamin. "Bad Girls Blues: Los Angeles (Sigh)," Artforum, vol. 33 no. 9, May 1994.

        Bertei, Adele. "Kim Dingle's Wild Girls." Vibe, May 1994.

        Clearwater, Bonne. Arrested Childhood. Exhibition catalogue. Miami, FL: Center for Contemporary Art, 1994.

        Kohen, Helen. "Naughty and Nice Show at COCA Explores Emotions of Childhood." The Miami Herald, 22 May 1994, pp. 70–71.

        DeLeon, Jessica. "Reshaping the Globes." Denton Record-Chronicle, 25 September 1994, p. E1.

        Storr, Robert. Mapping. Exhibition catalogue. New York: Museum of Modern Art, and Harry N. Abrams, 1994.

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        The New Yorker, 7–13 November 1994, p. 32.

        Schjeldahl, Peter. "Bringing Up Baby." Village Voice, 5 November 1999, p. 58.

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1993 Curtis, Cathy. "Upstairs Invigorate Art Scene." Los Angeles Times, January 1999, Orange County Edition, p. F29.

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1992 Curtis, Cathy. "Young Artists in Laguna Spotlight." Los Angeles Times, 17 February 1992, pp. F1, F3.

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1991 Curtis, Cathy. "Les Fleurs, Snipes at Flowery Tradition," Los Angeles Times, 17 May 1991, p. F13.

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1990 Frank, Peter. "Pick of the Week." L. A. Weekly, 26 October–1 November 1990, p. 130.