[SELECTED]

SOLO EXHIBITIONS/PUBLIC ARTWORKS
2017
Talwar Gallery, New York: Through the Black Country
Townsend Center, UC Berkeley: Through the Black Country
2016
Van Every/Smith Galleries, Davidson College, NC: Contents Under Pressure
2015
Talwar Gallery, New York: Notes From Afar
2014
California Museum of Photography, UC Riverside, Flash! Projects: Ark of Martyrs
2013
Block Gallery, Oakland, CA, public video projection: part of Occupations: Art Takes Up Space
2012
Talwar Gallery, New Delhi: Painting Redux
SF Camerawork: The World Series
2011
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, SF: Close Quarters and Far Pavilions
Phillips Collection, DC: The World Series
Fowler Museum, Los Angeles: His Masters' Tools
Talwar Gallery, NY: Trysts Tropicales
2010
Krannert Art Museum, U. Illinois, Champaign-Urbana
Collins C. Diboll Gallery, Loyola University, New Orleans
2008
Talwar Gallery, New Delhi: Photoworks: 1998 – 2008 (cat.)
University of Arizona, Tucson: Allan deSouza: Fly Zone
Talwar Gallery, NY: (i don’t care what you say) Those Are Not Tourist Photos
2006
Clockshop Billboard: public art project, Wilshire/Fairfax, LA
2005
Talwar Gallery, NY: The Lost Pictures (cat.)
VIth Rencontres Africaines de la Photographie, Bamako, Mali: Contours
2004
Pomona College Museum of Art, CA. Project Series, The Lost Pictures (cat.)
2003
Talwar Gallery, NY: people in white houses
Oboro Gallery, Montreal, Canada: Will **** for Peace. collab. w/- Y.S.Min
2002
Mezzanine Gallery, U. Minnesota, Minneapolis: Will **** for Peace. collab. w/- Y.S. Min
2001
Talwar Gallery, NY: Recent Works
Art In General, NY: Terrain
Susanne Vielmetter Projects LA; Terrible Beauty (re-Siting an unnaturally conditioned Mind)
1997
Highways, Santa Monica, CA; Threshold
Menschel Gallery, Syracuse, NY: AlterNatives. w/- Y.S. Min
1994
Camerawork, London: alter idem/performing personae. w/- Y.S. Min

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2016
Krannert Art Museum, IL: Time/Image
Richmond Art Center, CA: The Human Spirit
Richmond Art Center, CA: Making Our Mark
Museum of the African Diaspora, SF (MoAD): Where Is Here
Worth Ryder Gallery, UC Berkeley: Engram
2015
Phillips Collection, DC: Intersections@5
Blaffer Art Museum, Houston: Time/Image
Worth Ryder Gallery, Berkeley: Epic Fail
2014
Fowler Museum, LA: Earth Matters
Worth Ryder Gallery, Berkeley: The One and Only
2013
Worth Ryder Gallery, UC Berkeley: Open Loop–The Life of the Art Object
Marfa, TX, various venues: Heterotopia
Villa Terra Decorative Arts Museum, Milwaukee, WI: Chasing Horizons
National Museum of African Art, Washington, DC: Earth Matters
Sylvia Wald and Po Kim Art Gallery, NY: War is for the Living
2011
Paris Photo: The Walther Collection
Performance Art Institute, SF: keeping An Eye On Surveillance
2010
Georges Pompidou Center, Paris: Dreamlands
Walther Collection, Neu-Ulm, Germany: Events of the Self: Portraiture and Social Identity.
Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art, Manhattan, Kansas: Material Evidence
2009
Overtones Gallery, LA: The Pandemic Show
Hart House, University of Toronto, South-South: Interruptions and Encounters
Axis Gallery, Sacramento: Phosphenes
SOMArts Cultural Center, SF: Invisible Homes
2008
Guangzhou Triennial, China; with Yong Soon Min (cat.)
Gwangju Biennale, S.Korea, as part of collective, MYDADA (cat.)
EV+A, Limerick, Ireland: Too Early for Vacation (cat.)
Galeria Arsenal, Bialystok, Poland: Emergency Biennale
2007
Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh: Double Consciousness
Barnsdall Art Gallery LA: Humor Us
Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporáneo, Mexico City: Snap Judgments
Johannesburg Art Gallery, South Africa: Africa Remix
Museum of the African Diaspora: Lens on Life; Bamako to SF
2006
La Casa de los Coroneles, Fuerteventura: Biennale of the Canaries
Two Rooms Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand: The Arrivals
REDCat Gallery, LA: An Image Bank for Everyday Revolutionary Life
International Center for Photography, NY: Snap Judgements (cat.)
2005
Courtyard Gallery, NY: Lasting Foundations: The Art of Architecture in Africa
Centro Cultural Tijuana (CECUT): CorteFusión: Fotografía manipulada de Tijuana y LÁ
Zentrum fur Kunst und Medientechnologie, Karlsruhe, Germany: Anthology of Art
2004
Museum Kunst Palast, Dusseldorf: Africa Remix
William Benton Museum of Art, CT: Masala: Diversity and Democracy in South Asian Art
18th Street Gallery, Santa Monica, CA: Prism
Philadelphia Museum of Art: African Art, African Voices
2003
Museum for African Art, NY: Looking Both Ways (cat.)
San Jose Museum of Art, CA: Un/Familiar Territory
Contemporary Art Museum, Uni. Of S. Florida, Tampa: Unnaturally (cat.)
2002
India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, India: Borderless Terrain (cat.)
M.Y. Art Prospects, NY: Relations
Fisher Gallery, USC, LA: Global Address (cat.)
Cherrydelosreyes, LA: Dermatone
2001
Irvine Fine Arts Center, CA: Phigment
India Center of Art and Culture, NY: Home and The World (cat.)
2000
Rosamund Felsen Gallery, LA: Cosmic Dermis
London Biennale, The Freud Centre, England: Imaging the Wunderboard
Castle Gallery, The College of New Rochelle, NY: ID/Y2K (cat.)
Baum Gallery, Conway, AR: Contemporary Art and Identity (cat.)
1999
Camerawork, San Francisco: Body/Language
Miller/Durazo Gallery, LA: Transit
Barnsdall Art Gallery, LA: The Mourning After (cat.)
1998
Galeria da Mitra, Lisbon, Portugal: Where I am (cat.)
New Museum, NY: Urban Encounters
1997
The Photographers Gallery, London: Translocations
Studio Museum, Harlem, NY: Transforming the Crown (cat.)
The Queens Museum, NY: Out of India (cat.)
1996
American Photography Institute, NY: National Graduate Photography
Bronx Museum of the Arts, NY: AIM Benefit
UC Irvine Gallery: Terminals
1995
MTA/Arts for Transit & Organization of Independent Artists,NY: “Fire Without Gold” at Jamaica St. and Yankee Stadium subway stations
1994
Houston Center for Photography, TX: Picturing Asia America
Desh Pardesh Festival, Toronto, Canada
Bronx Museum of the Arts, NY: Beyond the Borders (cat.)
1993
Bronx Museum of the Arts, NY: AIM Show (cat.)
Whitney Museum, NY: Whitney Biennial. Video collaboration with Yong Soon Min, included in Shu Lea Chang’s installation, “Those Fluttering Objects of Desire”
1992
Exit Art, NY: Those Fluttering Objects of Desire
Leicester City Gallery, England: Crossing Black Waters (cat.)
1991
Art In General, NY: Artists Engulfed Against War
Grey Art Gallery, NY: Interrogating Identity.
1990
Embassy Cultural Center, London, Ontario: Siting Resistance
Impressions Gallery, York: Ecstatic Antibodies (cat.)
1989
National Museum of Havana, Cuba: Third Havana Biennale
1988
Chisenhale Gallery, London, England: The Essential Black Art
1987
Cornerhouse Gallery, Manchester: The Image Employed (cat.)
1986
Elbow Room, London: Unrecorded Truths (cat.)

PERFORMANCES/SCREENINGS
2011
SOMArts, SF: Third Strike, 100 Performances for the Hole
Kadist Foundation: LivingRoom 2.0
2010
Berkeley Art Museum: Beasts In Space
SOMArts, SF: XX, XWHY
2008
Flyboy, Harvard Uni, MA: New Geographies in Contemporary Art, conference presentation
2007
Two Gurus in Drag, Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley; S1F Gallery, LA, video screening
2006
ReDo (Allison Knowles), at School of the Art Institute of Chicago
2005
Danço-te, music DVD, a project by Bia Gayotto
2004
X, at SsamzieSpace, Seoul, S.Korea
2003
Will **** for Peace, at Oboro Gallery, Montreal, Canada
2002
Will **** for Peace, at Mezzanine Gallery, U. Minnesota, Minneapolis
1998
Tress/Pass, outdoors, between Paris and Madrid
1994
performing personae, outdoors, Los Angeles

PUBLISHED BOOKS, SOLO CATALOGUES and JOURNALS
2008
Allan deSouza Photoworks: 1998-2008, exhibition catalogue, Talwar Gallery, New Delhi
2005
The Lost Pictures, exhibition catalogue, Talwar Gallery, NY
2004
The Lost Pictures, exhibition catalogue, Pomona Museum
2003
Will **** for Peace, exhibition brochures (x2), Oboro Gallery, Montreal
2002
X-TRA, Vol.4, No.3, The Travel Issue, LA, editor
1997
AlterNatives, exhibition catalogue, Menschel Gallery, Syracuse, NY
1993
Godzilla, Asian Pacific American Newsletter, NY, guest editor
1992
Crossing Black Waters, co-editor, with Merali, S., pub. Working Press, London
1986
The Sikhs in Britain, pub. Batsford, London

PUBLISHED TEXTS
2016
History, entry for Dictionary of the Possible, Shifter Magazine pub., NY.
What It Is, Now, Time Zones, Representations journal.
Blinding Light, More Than Meets the Eye, eds. J.Lerner, et al. Scalar Press
http://scalar.usc.edu/works/more-than-meets-the-eye-the-videos-of-tran-t-kim-trang/
2015
A Beginning History of the Riot: 1977, Art Practical, #6.5 (www.artpractical.com)
2013
Where You Lookin At? in Earth Matters, Nat. Museum of African Art, Washington DC
ArtSchooling, with Jeannene Przyblyski, in Shifter, #20, NY
Undisciplined Knowledge, with Allyson Purpura, in African Art, Interviews, Narratives: Bodies of Knowledge at Work, eds., Grabski, Magee, Indiana U. Press
2012
Proposals for Coercive and Non-Coercive Rearrangements of Desire, in Shifter, No.19. NY.
2009
Bombay, South-South: Interruptions and Encounters, Hart House, Uni.Toronto
A Discourse Concerning Art Practice, Camerawork Journal, Vol.36, No.2, p.13–19
White Skin, Black Mask: On Man Ray’s Photography, Phillips Collection Magazine, DC
2008
My Mother, My Sight, in Allan deSouza Photoworks: 1998-2008, Talwar Gallery, New Delhi
FlyBoy, in Allan deSouza Photoworks: 1998-2008, Talwar Gallery, New Delhi
2007
Is This Not A…?, in X-TRA, LA, Vol.9.3;
2006
It’s Not Punny If You Have to Explain It, Act III, in X-TRA, LA, Vol.9.1
2005
Encounters With the Trans-Glocal, in Battle of Visions: Critical Art of Korea, Kunsthalle Darmstadt
CoRespondents, with Yong Soon Min, in Shades of Black, Duke Uni. Press
Postcard from Paris, X-TRA, LA, Vol.8.1
Postcard from Lisbon, X-TRA, LA, Vol.7.4
Postcard from Detroit, X-TRA, LA, Vol.7.3
2004
Postcard from Seoul, X-TRA, LA, Vol.7.2
Postcard from Salem, X-TRA, LA, Vol.7.1
Postcard from Seattle, X-TRA, LA, Vol.6.4
Sun Worshiping In Europe, X-TRA, LA, Vol.6.3
2003
Name Calling (revised), in Looking Both Ways, exhib. cat., Museum for African Art, NY
The Dream of the Audience: the work of Theresa Hak Kyung Cha, X-TRA, Vol. 5.3
2002
Does Riefenstahl Make a Fascist Statement? Los Angeles Times, Counterpunch (10/7)
The Future of Art, Kunst Nach Ground Zero, ed. H.P. Schwerfel, Dumont Press, Germany
The Truth is Out There, Angelic States, Connie Samaras exhib. cat., SFAI
2001
The Future of Art, Anthology of Art, online journal, http://www.anthology-of-art.net
2000
Our Lady, Voyeurism, FELIX Journal of Media Arts and Communications
1999
Once Bitten, New Spiritual Homes: Religion and Asian Americans, ed. David K. Yoo; U. Hawaii Press
1998
interview with the artist, The Headless Buddha; Dinh Le, exhib. cat., LACPSRe.Visions, Re.Visions, Betty Lee exhib. cat., Fellows of Contemporary Art
Dick and Jane, Framework, Vol.9, No.1, LACPS
1997
The Flight of/from the Primitive, Third Text, London, No. 38
Return to Bhowani Junction, Amerasia Journal, Vol.23, No.2, UCLA. p.124-139
Portfolio, Positions, East Asia Culures Critique, Vol. 5, No.2, Duke Uni. Pressp. 391-401.
1996
Notes on the Margins of the White Body, Naked Truths, exhib. cat., U. Hawai’i
Pantheon, Things That Quicken the Heart, exhib. publication, ed. Soo Jin Kim
Once Bitten, Amerasia Journal, Vol.22, No.1, Asian American Studies, UCLA
1995
Sushi Deluxe: Star Trek, Oedipus and the Native Informant, New Observations, No.107
Stories to Read Aloud, On a Bed of Rice, ed. Geraldine Kudaka, Doubleday
Biology Lessons, Strange Fruit, exhib. cat., Los Angeles Center for Photographic Studies
1994
Going Native, Trophies of Empire, exhib. cat., Bluecoat/Arnolfini Galleries
Indian Aphorisms, photo-text, Rungh Magazine, Vol. 2, No. 4, Vancouver
Re-Placing Angels (extracts and extractions), Tracing Culture, Whitney Museum, NY
1993
The Spoken Word, Third Text, London
Theresa Hak Kyung Cha, Wolgan Art Monthly, South Korea
Circle of Tongues, Asian Pacific American Journal, NY, Vol. 2, No. 2
1992
Confrontations, Creative Camera, London
Returning the Gaze, Autograph Newsletter, London
The Colonial Legacy, Crossing Black Waters, pub. Working Press, London
1991
The Maharajah’s New Clothes, Bazaar, No. 16, London
1990
Cuba Libre:The Havana Biennale, Bazaar, No. 11, London
Portrait of the Artist…, Ecstatic Antibodies, ed. S. Gupta, pub. Rivers Oram Press, London
Elvis Was Black!, Bazaar, No. 15, London
1989
Goan Dancing, Bazaar, No. 9, London

LECTURES
2016
Davidson College, NC
San Francisco Art Institute: NoW/Here: The Present as an Entanglement of Absences
2015
U.Houston School of Art/Blaffer Museum: Till Now: Contemporary Art in Context
California College of the Arts (CCA), Lynn Kirby class
UC Berkeley, Photo-Literature conference: Texting Photography: The Literate Image
2014
CalArts
California College of the Arts (CCA)
UCLA, (Re)Mapping Global Modernities Conference
2013
UC Berkeley, ATC Colloquium, Center for New Media
Freie Universitat Berlin
2012
Barnard College, NY
CUNY, Graduate Center, NY
Pratt Institute, NY
U.Texas, Austin
2011
Berkeley Arts Center, CA
Phillips Collection, DC
Fowler Museum, Los Angeles
San Francisco State University, CA
School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Loyola University, New Orleans
2010
California College of the Arts (CCA), San Francisco
Whitman College, Walla Walla, WA
2009
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
University of Vermont, Burlington
Smithsonian National Museum of African Art, Washington DC
2008
Global Institute, Seoul, Korea
UC Berkeley, CA
Clark Institute, MA: Art History and Diaspora: Genealogies, Theories, Practices
2007
Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporáneo, Mexico City
Cranbrook Academy of Art, MI
Savannah College of Art and Design, GA
Museum of the African Diaspora, San Francisco
2006
Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden
Miami Art Central, FL
Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan
Seika University, Kyoto, Japan
University of Arizona, Tucson
UC Berkeley, CA
2005
University of Illinois, Chicago: The Other Dark Meat
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Cooper Union, NY
University of Southern Maine, Portland
2004
Cranbrook Academy of Art, MI. Critical Studies Lecture Series
Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)
2003
Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
Talwar Gallery, NY
2002
Pomona College. CA.

PANELS
2016
Phillips Collection, DC,
UC Berkeley, Experimental Ethnographies: The Image
California College of the Arts, Void Salon
2015
UC Berkeley, Photo-Literature Conference
SFAQ Projects, SF: The Gothic
2014
CCA, Reel Warrior: A Conversation with Pratibha Parmar
2013
Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Former West: Manywhere
2012
Berkeley Art Museum: Making Time
Catherine Clark Gallery, SF: What Would Rembrandt Post?
Sherwood Gallery, SF, moderator: Nothing is True, Nothing is Untrue
2011
Contemporary Jewish Museum, SF, moderator: Performing Politics
UCLA, Arts Council of the African Studies Assoc: Contemporary Art Sans Frontieres
Performance Art Institute, SF: On Censorship
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, SF: Seeing Distance: Lens-based Practices in Indian Art
2009
The Phillips Collection, Washington DC: Figurative Art: Between East and West
College Art Association Conference, LA, panel chair: Stirring the Remix
African Literature Association Conference, Burlington, VT
2008
Clark Institute, MA: Contemporary African Art
2007
University of Witswatersrand, Johannesburg: Contemporary African Art
Worth Ryder Gallery, UC Berkeley, moderator: Another Country
2006
Mori Art Museum, Tokyo: Africa Remix, gallery talks
Berkeley Art Museum, CA: The works of Jeanne Dunning
2005
Gulbenkian Museum, Lisbon: Looking Both Ways, artist panel
University of Southern Maine, Portland: War Flowers
2004
College Art Association Conference, Seattle: Colonial Curry and American Apple Pie
Arts Council of the African Studies Association, Harvard, MA, Expanding Diaspora
2003
RAID Projects, LA, moderator: From Feedback to Blowback, mediation as social praxis
Museum for African Art, NY: Looking Both Ways, artists’ panel
2002
Qwangju Biennale, Korea, moderator: Predicament of Place, symposium
Verle Annis Gallery, USC: Globalization: Opportunities and Threats
UC Irvine, CA: The Dream of the Audience, The work of Theresa Hak Kyung Cha
2001
Notre Dame Uni. Indiana: Partition and Memory Conference
Duke University. NC: Shades of Black, conference

BIBLIOGRAPHY – BOOK / JOURNAL ARTICLES
2015
Coulais, JF, Images Virtuelles et Horizons du Regard, MetisPresse
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2004
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2003
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2002
Mullen, Harryette, Contact Sheet, Allan deSouza’s Eye, Looking with, Not Looking At, Light Work Annual, Syracuse, NY. p.42-47 (repros.)
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Lippard, Lucy, On the Beaten Track: Tourism, Art and Place, New Press, NY. p.45/46
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BIBLIOGRAPHY – PRINT PRESS/ONLINE
2015
Cotter, Holland, NYTimes, Art Review
2013
NY Art Beat, Most Popular, "War is For the Living."
2012
Bamberger, Alan, http://www.artbusiness.com/1open/012012.html
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2011
Flynn, Madeleine, Daily Bruin, UCLA, (1/24)
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2010
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2001
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