1803 BANKS STREET
HOUSTON, TEXAS 77098
ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS
1998 "Millennial Myths: Paintings by Lynn Randolph," Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. Catalogue: essays by Walter Hopps, Donna Haraway, and Marilyn Zeitlin.
1997 "The Body and Technoscience: A Series of Spectacles," University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston, TX.
1995 "Virgins in Vertigo and Juicy Women," Lynn Goode Gallery, Houston, TX.
1991 Graham Gallery, Houston, TX.
1990 "A Return To Alien Roots: Painting Outside Mainstream Western Art," The Bunting Institute, Radcliffe College, Cambridge, MA. Catalogue: essay by Margaret Miles.
1986 Graham Gallery, Houston, TX.
1984 Graham Gallery, Houston, TX. Catalogue: text by Lucy Lippard and William Graham.
1978 Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX.
1999 "The Vunerable Body," ArtScan Gallery, Houston, Tx. 1998 Altered Landscapes, ArtScan Gallery, Houston, TX.
1998 "Identity," University of Houston, Clear Lake. Essay by Mary Ross Taylor.
1994 "Phantoms, Freaks, and the Fantastic," Diverse Works, Houston,TX.
1993 "The Mask in Contemporary Art," Sewall Gallery, Rice University.
1992 "Slouching Towards 2000: The Politics of Gender," Women & Their Work, Austin, TX. Catalogue: essay by Lucy Lippard.
1992 "Iconoclasm in Contemporary Texas Art," Glassel School/ Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX.
1991 "The Power of Enduring Presence: Ten Texas Women," Women and Their Work, Austin, TX. Catalogue: text by Kathryn Davidson.
1991 "A Sense of Place: Recent Acquisitions in Contemporary Texas Art," San Antonio Museum of Art.
1990 "Everyday Miracles: Retablos, Exvotos, and Contemporary Texas Artists," Contemporary Art Museum, Houston, TX.
1989 "Evidence: Contemporary Narrative Art of the Southwest," San Antonio Museum of Art, San Antonio, TX. Catalogue.
1988 "Texas Women," National Museum of Women in Art, Washington, D.C.
1988 "Acts of Faith: Politics and the Spirit," Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH. Catalogue.
1988 "Houston '88" (Houston Art Dealers Association.), Cullen Center, Houston, TX.
1987 "Third Coast Review: A Look at Art in Texas," Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, Colorado. Catalogue: text by Annette DeMeo Carlozzi.
1986 "The Texas Landscape, 1900-1986," Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX. Catalogue: essay by Susie Kahlil.
1986 "Prisoners of Conscience," (Organized by Amnesty Intl.) DIVERSE WORKS, Houston, TX. Catalogue.
1985 "Texas Artists in Los Angeles," Southern California Gallery for Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA.
1982 "Thirteen Artists: A Look at Houston," Georgia State University Gallery, Atlanta, GA.
1980 "Ten Houston Artists in Dallas," 500 Exposition Gallery, Dallas, TX.
1980 "Texas Artists", Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, LA.
1979 "FIRE," Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX. Catalogue.
San Antonio Museum of Art Museum of Fine Arts
Houston Prudential Insurance Company
The Bunting Institute, Radcliffe/Harvard
Arizona State University Art Museum, Tempe, AZ.
The Menil Collection, Houston
The National Museum of Women in the Arts
AWARDS & PRIZES
1989-90 Fellowship, The Bunting Institute, Radcliffe College.
1987 Residency at Yaddo, June.
LECTURES & CONFERENCES
1998 "Ways of Seeing: the convergence of Art, Science, and Technology," the Institute for the Medical Humanities, University of Texas, Medical Branch, Galvaston.
1998 "The Identity Issue of Women Artists:A Diacritical Perspective," South-centralWomen's Studies Conference,University of Houston, Clear Lake.
1998 "Cyborgs, Wonder Woman, and Techno-Angels: Collaborations between Lynn Randolph and Donna Haraway, "Webs of Discourse." the annual conference of Center for Comparative Literature, Texas Tech University, Lubbock Texas, February,
1996 "Cyborgs, Wonder Woman, and Techno-Angels: Collaborations between Lynn Randolph and Donna Haraway, Center for the Critical analysis of Contemporary Culture, Rutgers University, New Brunswick.
1995 "Between Cultural Eras: The Effects of Postmodern Thinking on the Modernist Concepts of Regionalism," Meetings of College Art Association, San Antonio, January.
1993 "The Ilusas (Deluded Women): Representations of women who are out of bounds," Bunting Institute.
1992 "Shape Shifting: Toward Multifaceted Representations of Women's Bodies." College Art Association, Chicago.
1991 Participant, Women's Caucus for Art, National Conference, Washington, D.C.
1988 Lecture: Clyde Connell. Williams College, Williamstown, MA.
1987 Slide presentation on Clyde Connell. National Sculpture Conference: Works by Women. Cincinnati. OH.
1983 Speaker, Coalition of Women's Art Organizations and the National Women's Caucus for Art, Moore College, Philadelphia, PA
2000 Kvinder Kon Forsking 9. Argang.rr.2 (front and back cover and pp.8)
2000 Donna Haraway,an interview with Thyrza Nichols Goodeve, How Like A Leaf, Routlege pp.102,116, 120-121, 145
1999 Lynn Randolph, an interview with Emily Tod, Art Lies#24
1998 Caroline Goesner, Art Lies #19 (Spring).
1997 Deborah J. Haynes, The Vocation of the Artist, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
1997 Shaila Dewan,"Picture This: Lynn Randolph brings a touch of reality to the Medical Center," Houston Press, January.
1996 Donna Haraway, Modest Witness @ the Second Millennium: FeMale Man Meets Oncomouse, Routledge: New York(Cover Art and Ten Plates with commentary).
1996 William Simon, Postmodern Sexualities, London: Routledge (Cover Art).
1995/6 Calyx, vol. 16: 2 (winter), pp. 80-83.
1995 Susie Kalil, "No More Girlish Games," Houston Press, March 16-22.
1994 Susie Kalil, "The Small and the Dreadful," Houston Press, November 17-23.
1993 Susie Kalil, "Art Against Barbie, Houston Press, Jan. 28 - Feb. 3, p. 34.
1993 Therese Lichtenstein, "Slouching Towards 2000: The Politics of Gender," Artforum, March.
1992 David Connelly, Art Papers, Jan./Feb., p. 66.
1991 Donna Haraway, "Promises of Monsters," in Cultural Studies, (eds.) L. Grossberg, et al. (London: Routl.)
1991 Estella Lauter, Quandrant. XXIII: 7 (Spring), p. 40.
1991 Simians, Cyborgs, and Women, Donna J. Haraway. London: Free Association Books. (Cover art and Plate # 1.)
1990 Sciences, New York Academy of Science. Nov./Dec.
1990 Thomas Frick, Art in America, Dec.
1988 No Blue-bonnets, No Yellow Roses: Essays on Texas Women in the Arts. Essay by Robert Hobbs. Spring.
1988 Review by Helen Cullinan, "Lucy Lippard fights for art of personal belief." Cleveland Plain Dealer, Jan 8. 1988 Heresies: A Feminist Publication. Issue #23.
1987 Women of Power, Issue 6: Spring.
1987 Review by D. Tennant, Artspace: SW Art Qtly., Spring.
1987 Review by Suzanne Bloom/Ed Hill, Artforum . March.
1986 Review by P. C. Johnson, Houston Chronicle, Nov. 25.
1985 Lucie-Smith, Edward, "American Art Now: (New York: Morrow)
1984 Bell, Michael S., "Surrealism-An Alternative Approach: Veristic Attitudes in the Work and Writings of Contemporary Surrealists," Leonardo, vol. 17:#4.
1984 Lippard, Lucy, Catalogue:One-person Show, Graham Gallery.
1984 Lauter, Estella, Women as Mythmakers: Poetry and Art by 20th Century Women. (Ind. U. Press).
1983 Lippard, Lucy, Overlay: Contemporary Art and the Art of Prehistory, (New York: Pantheon).
1979 Lippard, Lucy. "Texas Red Hots," Art in America, (Jul-Aug).
1977 "Four Houston Women Artists," MS Magazine, Feb.
1990 "A Return to Alien Roots: Painting Outside Mainstream Western Culture," Radcliffe Papers.
1986 "The Impulse to Art," The Inquirer (Sept.- Oct.). 1985 "Clyde Connell," Women's Art Journal, v. 6:2 (Fall/Winter), pp.30-34.
1984 "Clyde Connell," Catalogue for Women's Caucus for Art, Women of Honor Exhibition, 1985. (with S.Bloom)
1983 "Beyond Political and Economic Equality," Women Artists' News, v. 8:4 (May-June), pp. 15-16.
1993 The Ilusas: A Women's Drum Corp.
1991-95 Artists' Board, Lawndale Art and Performance Center, Houston.
1988 Co-chair, 1988 Annual Conference of the Women's Caucus for Art.
1984 Organizer, Houston Area Artist's Call Against U.S. Intervention in Central America.
1976-88 National Women's Caucus for Art: National. Advisory Board (1986-88), Regional vice-president (1982-85), President, Houston Chapter (1979-80).
OTHER WORK IN THE ARTS
1995 Curator, "The Presence of the Absence of the Presence," Barbara Davis Gallery, Penzoil Place, Houston.
1995 Houston coordinator, "Art Under Duress: El Salvador 1980-present," Lawndale Art and Performance Center.
1995 Performance Piece: ART BABBLE, the Illusas, College Art Association, San Antonio.
1982 Designed sets for Measure by Measure by William Shakespeare. Main Street Theater. 1977 Set Designs for Gold, Frankincense, and Myrrh, Space/Dance/Theater, Houston, Texas.