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Abiquiu, New Mexico 87510
tel (505)685-4842
Born:  Texarkana, Texas, January 25, l943
Resides:  Abiquiu, New Mexico
Education: Centre for West African Studies, The University of Birmingham, England (1967); Brooklyn Museum Art School, Brooklyn (1966); Peace Corps Volunteer, Guinea, West Africa (1964-1966); The University of Texas at Austin (BA cum laude, l964)
2016     Sabra Moore New York City Women’s Art Movement Archive, Barnard College, New                York City. New York
            Connections Project/Conexus Archive, in collaboration with Josely Carvalho, Barnard
            College, New York City, New York
2021     Wordy, Barnard College Library, New York City
2016     Turn Over/ A New Leaf, Printed Matter window installation, NYC
2015     conTEXT, Galerie Arriba, Abiquiu Inn, New Mexico
2007    Out of the Woods: Constructed Sculpture & Painting, The Harwood Museum of Art,
            Taos, catalogue.
2006     Wood Works, Hunt + Gather, Santa Fe
2002    Migrate/Immigrate/Translate, PureLand Gallery, Santa Fe.
1997   Place/Displace, Santuario de Guadalupe, Santa Fe.
           Viewing Books, Santa Fe Public Library, Santa Fe.
1994   Pearls, Long Island University, Brooklyn.
1991   Handmade/Readymade Animals With Chairs, One Main Street windows and Brooklyn
           Waterfront Artists (BWAC), Brooklyn.
1990   This Is the Place Where the River Joins the Islands, East River at Jay Street and 
           Waterfront Artists (BWAC), Brooklyn. Artist’s Book.
1985   Gladys Apron, Windows on White, 55 White Street, New York City.
1984   Selling the Bed, Soho 20 Gallery, window installation, New York City.
           House Dress/ Gladys Story, window installation, Printed Matter Inc., New York City.
1983   Notes for Caroline Moore Quilts, Feathers & Traveling Pictures, Atlantic Gallery, New
           York City.
1980   Painting and Drawing, Atlantic Gallery, New York City.
1979   Painting and Drawing, Salena Art Gallery, Long Island University, Brooklyn.
           Painting and Drawing, Atlantic Gallery, New York City.
1977   Painting and Drawing, Atlantic Gallery, New York City.
1975   Painting and Drawing, Atlantic Gallery, New York City.
2022     Art for the Future: Artists Call and Central American Solidarity since the 1980s,  
           Co-organized with Erina Duganne and Abigail Satinsky, Tufts University Art Galleries,                 Boston.
2019     Crossing Borders, Bond House Museum, Espanola
2018     Currents: ABORTION, curated by Barbara Zucker, A.I.R. Gallery,NYC;catalogue .
              Boundless: An exhibition of experimental artist-made books, Central Features 
              Contemporary Art, Albuquerque, New Mexico
              WORD/PLAY, Center for the Arts Gallery, Northern New Mexico College, Espanola
              El Agua Es Vida, The Café Abiquiu at the Abiquiu Inn, Abiquiu, NM
              Exquisite Corpse, Community Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
              AFTER/WAR, Center for the Arts Gallery, Northern New Mexico College, Espanola
               Art Exhibit and Graphic Novel: Lobo, the King of Currumpaw, Seton Gallery, The                       Academy for the Love of Learning, Seton Village, New Mexico
2017     Stories from the Earth: Roger Montoya, Sabra Moore, Roxanne Swentzell, Northern                  New Mexico College Art Gallery, Espanola
            Local Coloring, Axle Contemporary, Santa Fe
2016     Plant,Seed,Soil, curated by Bobbe Besold, New Mexico State Capitol, Santa Fe
            Holiday Show, Viridian Gallery, New York City
2015     Cerro Pedernal Show, Galeria Arriba and Rising Moon Gallery, Abiquiu, NM
2014     Wish You were Here 13, A.I. R. Gallery, NYC
             The (Second) Farm Show, Bond House Museum Espanola, NM
2013      Girl Talk Too, Gallery Gaia, Brooklyn, New York
             Abiquiu Chamber Music Festival Third Annual Invitational Exhibition, Abiquiu Inn  
              Gallery, Abiquiu, NM
2012     Odes & Offerings, The City of Santa Fe & the Arts Commission CommunityGallery.  
              Thinking New Mexico: A Centennial Exhibition, New Mexico State University Art                         Gallery, Las Cruces
               Bound Under the Influence: Book Arts by Suzanne Vilmain including…collecting                      books, Los Alamos County Library, Los Alamos, N.M.
2011     Groundbreaking: The Women of the Sylvia Sleigh Collection, Rowan University Art                   Gallery, New Jersey.
             Waves…The Tides of Time, Gallery onetwentyeight, NYC
2010     25th Anniversary Salon, Lehman Art Gallery, Bronx, N.Y.
2009     Rare Editions: The Book as Art, curated by Susan Fleminger, Lehman College Art
             Gallery, NYC
            Azimuth, THE LAND/ An Art Site, Albuquerque
            Charity Chairs, Northern New Mexico College, El Rito
2008     Cradle Project, Albuquerque
             Migrate, gallery 128, New York City
             Sounds of Change, Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe
             Mignon & Moore, Maya Café, Abiquiu, NM
2006   The Bookworm Project, Hunt +Gather, Santa Fe
            One Dominant Color, Hunt +Gather, Santa Fe
2005     Land/ Language, THE LAND/ an art site, Mountainair, New Mexico
2004   North American Sculpture Exhibition, Foothills Art Center, Golden, Colorado, Curator,
           James Surls, Catalogue, illus
            sELECTIONs, Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe
          3D art/techne, Linda Durham Gallery, Santa Fe, Catalogue illus.
2003   Duct & Cover, Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe
           The Farm Show, Bond House, Espanola, New Mexico
           Peace Show, Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Fe
          Artists’ Books, Gallery ZIPP, Glorieta
          A Salute to Feminists in the Arts, National Arts Club, New York City
2002   Mind Over Matter: Reworking Women’s Work, Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe.
2001   2x2 Intersections,  Kuntshalle Dominikanerkirche, Osnabreuck, Germany. Catalogue.
           Four For the Book, Plan B Evolving Arts, Santa Fe, curated by Cynthia Laureen Vogt.
           Christmas Exhibition, Domzale, Slovenia.
           Women & Children in Solidarity with the Afghan’s Women’s Mission: A Benefit for
           RAWA, Gallery OneTwentyEight, New York City.
2000   Confluence: artists’ books at five myles, five myles, Brooklyn.
            2x2 Intersections, Plan B Evolving Arts, Santa Fe.
            Out of the Woods, La Galerie Arriba, Abiquiu.
            lst Logan Biennial  National Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition, Utah State University,
            mail art, Sharjah Arts Museum, United Arab Emirates.
            Drawings & Prints Created for “Petroglyphs:Ancient Language/ Sacred Art”, Nelson
            Gallery, Santa Fe.
1999   Parallel Visions: Sylvia Sleigh’s Collection of Works by Women Artists & Portraits of
           Women Artists & Writers, Soho 20 Gallery, New York City. Catalogue.
           Animals of the Heart, Capital Building, Santa Fe, curated by Bobbe Besold.
           Women Beyond Borders, Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara, California.
1998   Trees & Faces, Santa Fe International Academy of Art, Santa Fe.
           Vehicle: Art & Transportation in New Mexico, Plan B Evolving Arts, Santa Fe, curated
           by Lucy R. Lippard and Patrick Nagatani. Catalogue.
1997   The Altered Image, photo-eye Gallery, Santa Fe.
           Death, Dying  & Mourning, Ceres Gallery, New York City, curated by Carol Hamoy and
           Carol Goebel.
           The Animal Show, La Galerie Arriba, Abiquiu.
           Aqua Vida, Plan B Evolving Arts (CCA), Santa Fe, curated by Bobbe Besold.
1996   Family Values: Rhetroic vs. Reality,  T.W.Wood Art Gallery, Vermont College,
           Montpelier. Catalogue.
           Water Show, La Galerie Arriba, Abiquiu. Artists’ Book Catalogue.
1995   High Plains, High Desert: Women Artists of the Southwest, Texas Tech University,
1994   Engaged Visions, Terry Dintenfass Gallery, New York City.
           Our Own Visions, Roswell Museum and Art Center, Roswell. Catalogue.
           The American Dream, Central Arts Collective, Tucson, curated by Harmony Hammond.
1993   Songs of Retribution, Richard Anderson Gallery, New York City. Nancy Spero, curator.
           Women’s Art, Women’s Lives, Women’s Issues, Tweed Gallery, New York City.
1992   Homeplace, Henry Street Settlement, New York City, curated by Mark O’Brien.
           The Lower Manhattan Sign Project, RepoHistory, Pearl & Whitehall Street, New York.
           Art + Politics Mixing It Up Again, Center for Constitutional Rights, New York City,
           curated by Lucy R. Lippard.
           Choice Histories: Framing Abortion, RepoHistory & Artists Space, N.Y.C. Catalogue.
           AAOK (Abiquiu After O’Keeffe), La Galerie Arriba, Abiquiu.
           By Any Means Necessaary: Photocopier Artists’ Books & the Politics of Accessible                   Printing Technologies, Printed Matter Inc., New York City, curated by Max Schumann.
           Group 90 , Janos Xantuf Museum, Gyor, Hungary
1991  Charting the Inner Terrrain, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, Puck Building, New York City.
          Group 90 , Vasarely Museum, Budapest, Hungary.
          Burning in Hell, Franklin Furnace Gallery, New York City, curated by Nancy Spero.
          The Book as Vessel, Oregon State Library, Salem.Catalogue.
          Scarlet Letters, Women’s Studio Workshop, Rosendale, New York.
          No Peace/ Know Peace, gallery 128, New York City, organized by Kazuko & Sabra
          Moore in response to the Gulf War.
1990   Art Ex Machine, 1708 East Main Gallery, Richmond, Virginia.
           Shapeshifters, Triplex Gallery, New York City, curated by Nadine de Lawrence.
           Primal Forces, Cooper Union Gallery & Women’s Caucus for Art, New York City,
           curated by Sharon Paton.
           Un Libro Mas Para El Archivero, Mexico City.
           On the Move, Arts in Transit & Women’s Caucus for Art, Mezzanine, 42nd Street &                   Sixth Avenue, curated by Elyse Taylor.
1989   Connections Project/Conexus, Museum de Arte Contemporanea, Sao Paulo, Brasil,
           organized by Josely Carvalho & Sabra Moore. Artists’ Book Catalogue.
           Running Out of Time, gallery 128, New York City, organized by Sabra Moore.
           Fifteenth Anniversary, Atlantic Gallery, New York City.
           The Love of Printmaking, Goddard-Riverside Community Gallery, New York City.
           Iscagraphics, Sarina Public Library & Art Gallery, Sarina, Ontario, Canada, also Gallery
           of the Ringling Museum of Art & Design, Sarsota, Florida.
1988   Committed To Print:Social & Political Themes in Recent American Art, The Museum of
           Modern Art, New York City, curated by Deborah Wye. Catalogue. Also, University Art
           Galleries, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio (1988), The Peace Museum, Chicago,
           Illinois (l989), Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Alberta, Canada (1989), New York State
           Museum, Albany (1990), Spencer Museum of Art, The University of Kansas at                           Lawrence (1990), Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Beach, California (1990)
           Connections Project/ Conexus,  Southeastern Massachusetts University Art Gallery,                  North Dartmouth also, 150 Artists’ Book, Sullivant Hall Corridor, University Gallery of                Fine  Arts, Ohio State University at Columbus.
           Works of the Spirit, Ceres Gallery, New York City.
1987   Heresies: Issues That Won’t Go Away, PPOW Gallery, New York City.
           Reconstruction Project, Eye Level Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, organized by
           Sabra Moore, also, Powerhouse Gallery, Montreal, Canada. Artists’ Book.
           Home, Goddard-Riverside Community Center, NYC, curated by Faith Ringgold
           Connnections Project/ Conexus: A Collaborative Exhibition Between Women Artists                 From Brazil & the United States, The Museum of Contemporary Art (MoCHA),New                   York City, organized by Josely Carvalho & Sabra Moore. Artists’ Book Catalogue.
           Artists’ Books/ USA, American Cultural Center, New Delhi, India
1986   Xerography: The International Society of Copier Artists/ New York, Galeria Communale
           d’Arte Moderna, Bologna, Italy, organized by Post Machina.
           Feminists & Misogynists: Together at Last, The Center on Contemporary Art (COCA),
           Seattle, Washington, curated by Robert Costa.
           Stars & Starlets, Kamikaze & Heresies Collective, New York City.
           Costumes, Masks & Disguises, The Clocktower, New York City, organized by the
           Women’s Caucus for Art/ NYC.
1985   Xerox: States of the Art, Todd’s Copy Shop, curated by Dick Torchia.
           The Five & Dime, Back Room, Civilization, New York City.
           Art Against Apartheid, Boricua College, Brooklyn.
           Latitudes Of Time, City Gallery, New York City, organized by Sharon Gilbert, Bibi
           Lencek, Sabra Moore & sponsored by the Organization of Independent Artists (OIA).
           Choice Works part of  State of the Mind/ State of the Arts (PADD), Central Hall Gallery,
           New York City.
1984   Earth, Air, Fire, Water, Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, New York City.
           Art Against Apartheid, 22 Wooster Street Gallery, New York City.
           June Invitational, Central Hall Gallery, New York City.
           Iscagraphics, Harnett Gallery, The University of Rochester, Rochester.
           Call & Response: Art on Central America, Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville,
           Maine, curated by Lucy R. Lippard.
           National Copier Art Exhibition, New York State Museum at Albany and Pratt Manhattan
           Gallery, New York City. Catalogue.
           Reconstruction Project, Artists Space, New York City, organized & concieved by Sabra
           Moore for Artists Call Against US Intervention In Central America and based on the
           format of a Mayan codex. Artists’ Book.
           Carnival Knowledge, Franklin Furnace, New York City.
1983   New Technology, New Art, The Art Museum of Princeton University, New Jersey.
           Pieced Work: Selections & Additions, curated by Sabra Moore, Franklin & Marshall
           College, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
           Artists’ Library (Terminal/ New York), Brooklyn, curated by Paula Beardell. Catalogue.
           Appropriation-Manipulation-Duplication, The University of Wisconsin at Madison,
           curated by Larry List.
           Fresh Paint, Pleiades Gallery, New York City, curated by Robert Atkins.
           Critics’ Choice, The Arsenal in the Park, Central Park, New York City, curated by
           Lawrence Alloway. Catalogue.
           Classified:Big Pages From the Heresies Collective, The New Museum, N.Y. C.
           All’s Fair: Love and War in New Feminist Art, The Hoyt Sherman Gallery, Ohio State
           University, Columbus, curated by Lucy R. Lippard. Catalogue.
           Protective Devices, Windows on White, New York, curated by Sabra Moore. Catalogue.
1982   Heresies Benefit, Frank Marino Gallery, New York City.
           Making Book: An Exhibition of Artists’ Books, Duchess Community College, New York,
           curated by Women’s Studio Workshop.
           Dangerous Works, Parsons School of Design, New York City.
           Artists’ Books: From The Traditional To the Avant-Garde, Rutgers University, New
           Brunswick, New Jersey. Catalogue.
           Nature as Image & Metaphor (part of Views By Women Artists), Greene Space, New               York City, curated by Ruth Ann Applehof. Catalogue.
           Post Romance: Artists’ Valentines, Windows on White, New York City, curated by Larry
           Walczak. Artist’s Book.
1981   Heresies Benefit, Grey Art Gallery, New York City.
           First Book Gathering, The Brooklyn Arts & Culture Association (BACA), Brooklyn.
1980   The Amherst Collaborative Project (Women & Life on Earth Conference), The                           University of Massachusetts at Amherst
1979   Pieces of Eight, Eileen Blair Fine Art & Profile Gallery, New York City. 
           The First Ten, The Community Gallery, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, curated
           by Richard Waller.      
1977   Brooklyn Galleries, The Community Gallery, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn.
1969   Fifteen Artists, The Community Gallery, Brooklyn Museum of Art, curated by
           Henri Ghent
PUBLIC ART PAINTED TILE MOSAICS: All created with students and /or community. 
2019     Mountain/River, Dixon Elementary School, Dixon, New Mexico
              Corn Plant, Northern New Mexico Regional Arts Center, Espanola, New Mexico
2017     Leaf, Abiquiu Elementary School
            Memorial Garden mosaic banco, El Rito Elementary School.
2016     Dragon Pillars and Wall Quilt,  San Juan Elementary School, Espanola, New Mexico
2014     Insect/Flower, Alcalde Elementary School, New Mexico
2013     Bird/Leaf mosaic, James H. Rodriguez Elementary School, Espanola.
            Leopard/Sunflower mosaic, Alcalde Elementary School, Alcalde, New Mexico
2012     Mountain/River, Pueblo de Abiquiu Library, Abiquiu.
            Eagle/Bird, El Rito Elementary, El Rito, New Mexico
2011     Flowers & Faces, Hernandez Elementary School, Hernandez, New Mexico.
            Snake Banco, mosaic bench created collaboration with Iren Schio, James H.                             Rodriguez Elementary, Espanola, New Mexico
            Petroglyphs, Abiquiu Elementary, Abiquiu, New Mexico
2010     Flower Banco & Leaf Banco, James H. Rodriguez Elementary, Espanola, New Mexico
            Dragon Spirals, in collaboration with Iren Schio, San Juan Elementary, Okay Owingeh              Pueblo, New Mexico
            Lightning Bolts, created in collaboration with Iren Schio, San Juan Elementary,                           Okay Owingeh Pueblo, New Mexico
2009     Dragon, twenty-foot mosaic next to Dragon-Wheel, nine-foot circular mosaic created                  in collaboration with Iren Schio, San Juan Elementary, Okay Owingeh Pueblo, N. M.  
2018     Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant
2016     Lifetime Achievement in the Visual Arts, Woodson Foundation, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2015     New Mexico Arts, Art in Public Places 2015-2016 Purchase Initiative, Amy Beihl                        Charter School, Albuquerque
              New Mexico Arts, Art in Public Places 2015-2016 Purchase Initiative, Media Arts                     Charter School, Albuquerque
2004     North American Sculpture Exhibition, Foothills Art Center, Rita Bass Award
             Finalist, Cerrilos Road Bus Shelter Stelae, City of Santa Fe 
2003, 2001  Bread for the Journey, for THE FARM SHOW, (2003); First Annual A Farming
            Chapbook (2001)
2000   Jurors Award, Second Place, First Logan Biennial National Outdoor Sculpture
           Exhibition, Utah State University at Logan
1991, 1989, 1988, 1986 Artist Residency, The Helene Wurlitzer Foundation of New Mexico,
            Taos, New Mexico
1989    Materials Grant for Running Out Of Time, Artists Space, New York City
1984    Materials Grant for Reconstruction Project, Artists Space, New York City
1967   Fulbright Fellowship, Centre for West African Studies, The University of Birmingham,
Adelphi University; Adobe/Krow Archives, Bakersfield, Ca.; Elizabeth Ayres, Abiquiu, N.M.; The Brooklyn Museum of Art, Artists Book Collection; The California Institute of Art; Suzy Carter, Los Angeles; Ronald Christ, Santa Fe; Sally Craig, Washington, D.C.; Ted Cronin, NYC; Deloitte, Haskins & Sells, NYC; Fine Arts Academy, New Delhi, India; Maxine Fine,Vallecitos, N.M.; Joan Flasch Artists Books Collections at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC); Franklin Furnace Archive, NYC; Guggenheim Museum, NYC; Marina Gutierrez, NYC; Millie & James Harford, Princeton, New Jersey; Ann Sutherland Harris, Pittsburgh, Pa.; The Israel Museum. Jerusalem; Barbara Moore, BOUND & UNBOUND, NYC; The Museum of Modern Art, Artists Books Collection, NYC; National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad, India; The National Museum of Women, Washington, D.C.; Linda Peer, Salt Lake City, Utah ; Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin; Margaret Rodgers, NYC; Sachner Archive of Concrete & Visual Poetry, Fla. ; Henry A. Sauerwein, Jr., Taos, N.M.; May Stevens, Santa Fe, N.M.; Sylvia Sleigh Collection of Women Artists, Rowan University, New Jersey; The University of Colorado at Boulder; Joan Watts, Santa Fe, N.M.; Whitney Museum of Art, NYC
2019     Marcus, Sara, Page Turners, Art Forum, May 2019, pp.
            Eckert, Robert, 2018 Year in Review, Rio Grande Sun Arts, 01/ 10/2019, pp. 6, 8-10,                 illus. p.4,8.
            Eckert, Robert, Birth of a Mural, Rio Grande Sun Arts, 02/ 07/2019, pp.1-5, illus.
            Glendinning, Chellis, In the Company of Rebels: A Generational Memoir of                                Bohemians, Deep Heads, and History Makers, 2019, New Village Press, NYC, pp.76
2018     Ryan, Susan Elizabeth, Sabra Moore’s Wall Quilts,03/18/2018                                         
            Eckert, Robert , Northern New Mexico College Word/Play, Rio Grande Sun Arts, 03/                29/2018, pp.1-7, illus. cover
            Warner, Gabrielle, Openings: A Memoir from the Women’s Art Movement, New York                City, 1970-1992, Woman’s Art Journal, Fall 2018.
            Eckert, Bob, After/War: Artists Explore How War Affects community, Rio Grande Sun               Arts, 09/13/2018, pp.1-6, illus. cover
2017     Abatemaro, Michael, Creating an opening: Sabra Moore  Remembers the Women’s                 Art Movement, Pasatiempo, The New Mexican’s Weekly Magazine of Arts,                                Entertainment & Culture, March 17, 2017, pp.18-20, illus.
              Chisjolm, N.Jamiyla. Upgrading Wikipedia, B Barnard Magazine, Spring 2017, p.6
              Chisjolm, N.Jamiyla.Audacious Acquisitions, B Barnard Magazine, Spring 2017,p.12, 
               #womensartblog/Celebrating women’s art and creativity, Book Review: Openings: A                Memoir from the Women’s Art Movement, 1970-1992, May 6, 2017, illus.                    
              Coyne, John, Talking with Sabra Moore (Guinea), 5/18/2017interview about                              Openings.
              Coyle, Kevin, Sabra Moore Continues To Lead Feminist Art Movement,                                      illus.4/11/2017
              Carrigan, Alex, Literature: Openings by Sabra Moore, Quail Bell Magazine, 4/5/2017
               Rauschenbusch, Stephanie,  A Life’s Archive, American Book University of                               Houston, Victoria, March-April 2017, p19,21, illus.
             Shapland, Jenn, Openings: A Memoir from the Women’s Art Movement, New York                   City 1970-1992, THE Magazine, July 2017, p.18. illus.
2016   Eckert, Bob, Ecozoic Era, Rio Grande Sun Arts, 04/28/2016, pp.8-9,illus.
            Gail  Synder, Plant,Seed, Soil, Local Flavor, Santa Fe, June 2016, pp 40-43, illus.
2015     Moore, Sabra, Story Banners Can Spread Seeds, pp24-25, illus. Seed Broadcast/                    agri-Culture Journal, Spring 2015
            Eckert, Bob, ContTEXT: Sabra Moore at Galeria Arriba in Abiquiú, Rio Grande Sun                   Arts, 12/17/2015, cover through p.7,illus.
             Fialho, Alex and Levin, Melissa, Statement, REPOhistory, Lower Manhattan Sign                     Project, 1992-1993, (Counter) Public Art, Intervention, & Performance in Lower                         Manhattan from 1978-1993The Center at Governors Island, NYC
2014     Hottle, Andrew D., Notes from the Permanent Collection, Line of Communication on-                line journal, p. 12, illus.                                                                                                      
            Logghe , Joan (ed), Odes & Offerings: A Collaborative Exhibit of Poetry and the                        Visual  Arts, Sunstone Press, illus.
            Eckert, Robert, Farm Show, Rio Grande Sun Arts,  Espanola, New Mexico,                              10/16/2014, cover illus, pp.2,3,7-9, 13.
            Cowperthwaite, Cooper, Abiquiu Artist Leader, Gardener, Inspiration, Rio Grande                       Sun, C1-2, illus
            Abatemarco, Michael, In 140 Seconds One Can Create a Tremendous Impact and                    Drive Change: The fast and the curious: SFAI 140, PASATIEMPO, The Santa Fe New               Mexican, November 14, 2014, p.13
2013     Eckert, Robert, Sabra Moore and the Alcalde Elementary Mosaic, Rio Grande Sun                    Arts, 08/08/ 2013, cover illus, pp.3,5-7
2010     Between Art and Anthropology, Berg Publishers, Oslo, co-editor, Arnd Schneider,                     essay by Lucy  R. Lippard, illus.
            Down Country: The Tano of the Galisteo Basin 1250-1782, Lucy R. Lippard, illus. 14
            petroglyph drawings
2009     Sider, Sandra, Rare Editions: The Book as Art, review (illus.) Surface Design, Fall                     2009 Bradermann, Joan (director) THE HERETICS, feature film premieres, MoMA,                  October 9 Eckert, Bob, “There’s a 20-foot Dragon at San Juan Elementary”, Rio                         Grande Sun Arts, 05/07/09, cover, pp.1-2, illus. including cover.
2007     Lippard, Lucy R. & Bullock, Margaret,Sabra Moore / Out of the Woods”, 36 pp.                      catalogue, illus.
            Collins, Tom, “Mixed Media”, Albuquerque Journal North, S8, 1/26, illus.
            Clark, Virginia L. “Artist Seeks to Open our Eyes”, Tempo Magazine, The Taos News,              2/22-28, p.16, illus.
            Cook-Romero, Elizabeth, “Insights on Art”, Pasatiempo, The Santa Fe New Mexico                  2/23-3/1, pp. 14-15, illus.
            Eckert, Bob, “Sabra Moore Present Gallery Talk at the Harwood Museum of Art –                      Tonight!” Rio Grande Sun Arts, 2/22, p.7
             Lippard, Lucy  R. “No Regrets”, Art in America, June/July, pp.75-79, illus.
             Pollack, Griselda & Zemans, Joyce, editors. Museums After Modernism, Blackwell                   Publishing Ltd., Chapter author, Juli Carson, p.30
2005     Eckert, Bob, “Framed Workshop”, Rio Grande Sun Arts, 2/10/05, cover illus., also p.5
            Eckert,  Bob, “Rock Art: Abiquiu Artist Sabra MooreRio Grande Sun Arts, 3/31/05, 
             pp.4-5, illus.
2004     Randall, Teri Thomson, “Public art’s perilous road: some artists’ tales”, Pasatiempo
            The New Mexican (Feb 13-19, pp.32-37, illus.)
             Brandauer, Aline & Carver, Jon,  3D: art/techne, Fresco Fine Arts, Albuquerque,                      pp.208-211, illus.
            Lippard, Lucy R.  Put About: A Critical Anthology on Independent Publishing, England,
             p.83 (Double Spread essay)
2003     Arnold, John,“The Art of Farming”, Albuquerque Journal North (Aug 1, pp.1,2, illus.)
            Szarek, Joe, “Dixon (sic) Woman Address Social Issues With Art”, Northern Arts, Rio
            Grande Sun (August 7,C1-2, illus)
            Constable, Anne, “Artists, famers collaborate on exhibit” The New Mexican (Aug 2)                  McKenna, Arin, “Art Tour Santa Fe” interview for THE FARM SHOW, KRTC Radio
2002     Armitage, Diane, “Sabra Moore: Migrate/Immigrate/Translate”, THE Magazine (May,
            p.57, illus.)
            Cline, Lynn, “Sabra Moore”, Pasatiempo/ The New Mexican (April 12, illus.)
            Carlisle, Susanna, “Mind Over Matter”, THE Magazine
            Ault, Julie, editor, “Alternative Art New York, 1965-1985: a cultural politics book for
            The Social Text Collective, University of Minnesota Press with The Drawing Center
2001     “2x2Intersections” catalog,Kunsthalle Dominikanerkirche,Osnabreuck, Germany 
            Armitage, Diane,“Group Show/ Four for the Book”, THE Magazine (April, p.46).
            Cline, Lynn,“What’s an artist’s book anyway?”, Pasatiempo (March 9, pp.14-15) 
            Luddemann, Von Stefan, “Aus dem Wilden Westen” Feuilleton, Sonnabend (March 3).
2000     Everett, Deborah,“Hanne Tierney, Marian Griffiths and five myles”, NY Arts (April).
            Sullivan, Craig,“Group Exhibit Poses Questions About Difference”, Albuquerque
            Journal North (April 4, p.6) illus.
            Nott, Robert,“Show Bridges New Mexico/ Germany”, The New Mexican/ Pasatiempo,
            (April 14, pp.6, 18-19). illus.
            Carlisle, Susanna“2x2/ Intersections”, THE Magazine (June, p.53).
            Sullivan, Craig,“Sketches of Petroglyphs Reflect Process”, Albuquerque Journal North,
            (February18, p.9,The Arts). illus.
1999     Indyke, Dottie“The gift of the animals”, The New Mexican/ Pasatiempo (Aug,27, pp.6,
            20-21). illus.
            Winslow, Kate“Events”, Santa Fe Reporter (February24, p.23). illus.
            Carlisle, Susanna,“Animals of the Heart”, THE Magazine (October, p.69).
            Smith, Valerie, editor, “5000 Artists Return To Artists Space: 25 Years”.
            Nochlin, Linda, catalogue essay, “Parallel Visions: Selections from the Sylvia Sleigh
            Collection of Women Artists”.illus.
1998     Armitage, Diane,“Trees & Faces”, THE Magazine (March, p.35).
            “Vehicle: Art & Transportation in New Mexico”, catalouge, The Harwood Art Center &
            Plan B Evolving Arts, Santa Fe. illus.
            “Who’s Who In American Art”, 23rd edition, R.R.Bowker, Oldsmar, Florida.
1997     Armitage,Diane,“Sabra Moore: Place/Displace (Acworth Series)”, THE Magazine
            (March, p.33). illus.
            Bensley, Lis,“By being personal, Moore’s work is universal”, The New Mexican/  
            Pasatiempo (January24). illus.
            “Comings & Goings” listing, The New Mexican/ Pasatiempo (February 7). illus.
            “Abiquiu Artist’s Work Exhibited at Santuario”,Northern Arts, Rio Grande Sun (Feb 6).
            “Animal Show”, Northern Arts, Rio Grande Sun (June12).
            McCloud, Kathleen,“Joining two disciplines yields lively show”, The New Mexican/
            Pasatiempo (September 5, p.34).
            Lippard, Lucy R.,“Lure Of The Local: Sense of Place in a Multicentered Society”, The
            New Press. illus.
1996     “Family Values: Rhetoric versus Reality” catalogue, Vermont College, Montpellier.illus.
1995     Rubinstein, Charlotte Streifer, “In Three Dimensions:Women Sculptors Of The 90’s”
            catalogue, Snug Harbor Cultural Center & WCA/NYC. illus.
            Lippard, Lucy R.,” The Pink Glass Swan: Selected Feminist Essays on Art”, The New
            Press, New York. illus.
1994     Rusnell, Wesley, catalogue,“Invitational Eexhibition:Our Own Visions:Abiquiu After                    O’Keeffe”, Roswell Museum & Art Center, Roswell, New Mexico. illus.
            Gutierrez, Marina,“The Object of Story: The Art Work of Sabra Moore”,Visual Culture
            Project, Vermont College of Norwich University.
1992     Schumann, Max, catalogue, “By Any Means Necessary: Photocopier Artists’ Books &               thePolitics of Accessible Printing Technologies”, Printed Matter, Inc., New York City.
            O’Brien, Mark, catalog,“Homeplace”,Louis Abrons Art Center, Henry Street Settlement.
            “Choice Histories: Framing Abortion” catalogue, RepoHistory, New York City. illlus.
1991     “The Lower Manhattan Project”, DOWNTOWN, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council
            (October Vol. 16, No.l).illus.
            Group 90” catalogue,Vasarely Museum, Budapest, Hungary.
            “The Book As Vessel”catalogue, The Oregon Book Artists Guild & The Center for the
            Book for the 1991 Oregon Book Biennial, Salem, Oregon.
1990     Merritt, Richard,“Copying by Artists is No Sin In This Case”, Richmond Times                            Dispatch, (April19, B-9). illus.
1989     “Who’s Who In American Art”, R.R.Bowker & Co., Oldsmar, Florida.
            “American Artists: An Illustrated Survey Of Leading Contemporaries”, American
            References, Inc.
            “Mulheres em conexao artistica”, Journal da Tarde (March 1, p.1) Sao Paulo. illus.
            Abramo, Radha, “Nexo e Desconexo”, Istore Senhor, (March 3, p.89) Rio de Janeiro.
            Lippard, Lucy R.,“Following the Dots”, AND:Journal of Arts & Arts Education,                             Vol.18/19, London. illus.
1988      Wye, Deborah,“Reconstruction Project”, AND: Journal of Art & Arts Education,                        No.17
            Harris, Ann Sutherland“So Much Art, So Little Time: Writing, Collecting and Criticising
            in the Age of Overload”,lecture, Whitney Museum of Art at Asia Society. illus.
             Shapiro, Miriam and Wilding, Faith,“Cunts/ Quilts/ Consciousness”, Heresies Issue                  #12, Twelve Years (pp.6-13). illus.
            Wye, Deborah, catalogue,“Committed To Print: Social & Political Themes in Recent
            American Printed Art, The Museum of Modern Art, New York City.
            “Bibliography International, New Delhi, India.
1987     Hess, Elisabeth“Feminist Tactics”, The Village Voice (February 10, p.80) illus.
            “A Fiesta of Women’s Self- Expression”, The New York Times (Jan 25, p.44-A) illus.
            Hoffberg, Judith,“Wash & Iron”,“Connections Project/ 150 Artists’ Book”, Umbrella
            (April Vol.10, No.l)
1986     Who’s Who In World’s Women”, International Biography Centre, England
            Gill, Susan, “The Women’s Movement in Art”, Arts Magazine (September, p.54).
1985     Lerman, Ora,“Autobiographical Journey: Can Art Transform Personal & Cultural                       Loss?Arts Magazine (May, pp.105-106). illus.
            UPFRONT (no.10, Fall) New York, Special section of Political Art Documentation
            (PADD)/  State Of Mind/ StateOf The Union “counter inaugural” exhibitions.
1984     Morgan, Robert,“Image Transformations From Many Mediums Provide New Forum”,
            Sunday Democrat & Chronicle, Rochester, New York. illus.
            Cockcroft, Eva,“Heroes & Villans: Latin American View” Art in America (May illus)
            Lippard, Lucy R.,“The Politically Passionate”, The Village Voice, (February 21).
            Glueck, Grace,“Reconstruction Project”, The New York Times, (February 21, C.23).
            Lubell, Ellen,“Women March on MoMA”, ARTBEAT: The Politics of Culture, The
            Village Voice (June19).
            “Protest at the Museum of Modern Art for More Women Artists”, column NY Day By
            Day, The New York Times (June15)
            “Let MoMA Know: Women Artists Visibility Event (WAVE)”,Women Artists News    (WAN),(Summer, Vol. 9, No.5-6).
            Stastik, Andrew and Larson, William, catalogue, “National Copier Art Exhibition”, Pratt
            Graphics Center, New York.
            Lippard,Lucy R., catalogue,“Call & Response:Art On Central America”,Colby College
            Museum of Art, Waterville, Maine.
1983     Beardell,Paula, catalogue, “Artists’ Library (Terminal/NY)”,illus.
            Alloway, Lawrence, catalogue“Critic’s Choice”, The Arsenal in the Park & the Associa-
            tionof Artists’ Run Galleries (AARG). illus.
            “Events:En Foco & Heresies Collective”,catalogue for “Classified: Big Pages from the
            Heresies Collective”, The New Museum, New York City. illus.
            Lippard, Lucy R., catalogue, “All’s Fair: Love & War In NewFeminist Art”,The                             University of Ohio at Columbus. illus.
            “What Women Have Done, Still Do & Will Continue To Do To Protect Themselves”The
            Villager (January 13,Vol.51, #2).
1982     “Artists Books: From The Traditional To The Avant-Garde”, catalogue, Rutgers Univer-
            sity, New Brunswick, New Jersey. illus.
            Appelhof, Ruth Ann and Moore, Sabra, catalogue,“Views By Women Artists”,Women’s
            Caucus for Art/ NYC.
             Alloway, Lawrence; Appelhof, Ruth Ann; Moore, Sabra, “Views By Women Artists”,                   The Woman’s Art Journal (Spring/Summer).
            Alloway, Lawrence,“Where Were You on the Week of the 23rd?”, The Village Voice
            (March 30, p.107).
1979     Olejarz, Harold,“Sabra Moore”, Arts Magazine (May p.38)
1971     Skiles, Jacqueline and McDevitt, Janet, “A Documentary Herstory Of Women Artists                 in Revolution (WAR), New York. 
1970     Ghent, Henri, “An Experiment Thrives in Brooklyn”, the Art Gallery Magazine (April,
            pp.52-55). illus.