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Retrospective Exhibition
SomArts Gallery
San Francisco, 1999

Quantum Bingo
by Lydia Matthews

View of Exhibition

Bernice Bing Memorial
San Francisco Art
Institute, 1998

Clarity: Bernice Bing
by Moira Roth

Asian American Women Artists Association
San Francisco, 1998

Artist's Statement
AAWAA catalogue
by Bernice Bing

Women's Caucus for Art
1996 Honor Award to
Bernice Bing

Award Presentation
by Flo Oy Wong

Bernice Bing: an essay
by Flo Oy Wong

Selected Bibiliography

One-Person Exhibition
SOMAR Gallery
San Francisco
September 12
- October 12, 1991

Exhibition Catalog
Edited by Moira Roth & Diane Tani

Preface by Moria Roth & Diane Tani

Introduction
by Valerie Soe

Interview with Artist

A Narrative Chronology
1936 - 1991

Completing the Circle
Southern Exposure
Gallery
San Francisco, 1990

Artist's Statement, 1990
by Bernice Bing

The Painting in the
Rafters: Refiguring
Abstract Expressionist
Bernice Bing
by Jennifer Banta, 2009


Photo © Grover Sales

Bernice Bing (1936 - 1998)

A San Francisco native, Chinese American, artist, lesbian, community activist--Bernice Bing, 62, was a bridge between many worlds. She came of age during the Beat era and entered the San Francisco arts landscape in the 1960s with her paintings, which synthesize abstract modernist painting with Chinese calligraphy.

With texts by Moira Roth, Diane Tani, Flo Wong, and Valerie Soe; we are very honored and proud to present the work of this important artist.


Qcc would like to thank the family of Bernice Bing for allowing us to reproduce her work for this presentation.


The Bernice Bing project was organized for Qcc by Rudy Lemcke and Lenore Chinn.