Virginia Jaramillo, Song of Amergin, 2021, acrylic on canvas, 72 1/8" x 120" x 1 3/4" (182.9cm x 304.8cm x 4.4cm), courtesy Virginia Jaramillo and Hales Gallery. Photo by JSP Art Photography Virginia Jaramillo Virginia Jaramillo in her studio in front of Quanta, 2021, courtesy Virginia Jaramillo and Hales Gallery. Photo by JSP Art Photography Details:b. 1939, El Paso, Texas Read More In a career spanning over six decades, Virginia Jaramillo has ascended into the annals of contemporary art as a result of her steadfast precision and rigorous form across her oeuvre of minimalist paintings.Born in southwestern Texas, Jaramillo’s family relocated to Los Angeles, California, when she was two years old, a move that would shape her artistic career. From a young age, her parents encouraged her to explore the arts, enrolling her at Manual Arts High School, which counts Jaramillo among their distinguished alumnae along with Jackson Pollock, Philip Guston, and Daniel LaRue Johnson. Over the weekends, Jaramillo’s art teacher would take a small group of students to Charles and Ray Eames’ studio for lectures and films. The Eames’ sleek, minimal, industrial style influenced Jaramillo, whose lifelong practice has been marked by a commitment to complementary tenets of minimalism and modernity.From 1958–61, Jaramillo studied at Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles. During her time as an art student, her work was accepted into the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s (LACMA) annual exhibition for three consecutive years, from 1959–1961. At these exhibitions and during this period in her early career, Jaramillo used the gender-neutral abbreviation “V. Jaramillo.” Working in her backyard studio in Los Angeles in the years after art school, Jaramillo’s color palette in her paintings centered around earth tones, heavy blacks, and browns, which were the most affordable paints and the ones she felt most acutely reflected the dark, tense political climate in Los Angeles at the time.These issues came to a head in 1965, when historic, violent riots broke out in Jaramillo’s neighborhood of Watts, California. Facing fear and burning buildings on her block, Jaramillo and her family left Los Angeles and traveled to Europe, before settling permanently in New York City in 1967. While in Europe, Jaramillo experimented with unconventional materials, producing abstract works with oil and beeswax. Once in New York, Jaramillo departed from her longtime relationship with acrylic paint and began to work with oils. Settling into her Spring Street studio in the late 60s, Jaramillo commenced work on what has become one of her most recognizable and enduring bodies of work, a series of large-scale paintings known as her Curvilinear paintings. These vibrant abstractions are made up of a rich color field intersected by serpentine lines of brilliant color, which sweep the viewer’s gaze across the canvas. Exemplary of this series, Jaramillo’s painting Green Dawn 3 (1971)—a deeply hued purple background crosscut with an electric green line—was chosen for the 1972 Annual Exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Her Curvilinear paintings received further critical attention when Jaramillo was selected to participate in the groundbreaking 1971 exhibit The DeLuxe Show, which curator Peter Bradley chose to hold in an unused movie theater in a predominantly black neighborhood in Houston. Bradley famously selected artists without regard to their racial backgrounds, and it is now considered one of the first racially integrated exhibitions; notably, Jaramillo was the only woman and the only Mexican-American selected for the show. Other artists chosen for The DeLuxe Show include Kenneth Noland and Sam Gilliam.Beginning in 1979, Jaramillo departed from working on canvas and turned to natural materials—linen fibers and earth pigments—as well as learning to make her own paper at the Dieu Donné Paper Mill in Brooklyn. Jaramillo experimented with handmade works until the late 90s, when she returned to painting. She served on the board of the New York Feminist Art Institute, which was active from 1979–1990, and acted as a co-editor for an issue of Heresies Journal, which was a feminist outlet publishing on art in 1979.Since the early 2010s, Jaramillo has produced a series of works she calls Foundations, comprised of large-scale paintings which each relate to an architectural site, most often an archaeological site. Site: No. 10: 37.2309° N, 108.4618° W (2018) is an abstraction based on the coordinates for a location in Mesa Verde National Park in southwestern Colorado, which contains sacred sites for multiple Indigenous nations. Works in the Foundations series largely recall historically rich ancestral and sacred sites, from areas within the United States to South America and elsewhere, which reflect interests that have permeated Jaramillo’s oeuvre for the duration of her career. Jaramillo’s body of work demonstrates her varied interests, from classical and sacred geometries which recall the mathematical precision of her Curvilinear paintings, to broader occupations with Celtic and Greek mythologies, geography, Japanese aesthetics, and cosmology.Jaramillo's work has been included in prominent recent exhibitions globally, including the Tate Modern’s epochal Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power (2017–20), which traveled to Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas; Brooklyn Museum, New York; the Broad, Los Angeles; de Young Museum, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco; and The Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Texas. The Brooklyn Museum’s significant 2017 exhibition We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women 1965-85 included Jaramillo’s work and traveled to other distinguished museums in the United States. In 2021, Jaramillo was included in the touring exhibition Women in Abstraction at Centre Pompidou, Paris, France and Museo Guggenheim Bilbao, Spain. Her long-awaited, monumental show Virginia Jaramillo: The Curvilinear Paintings, 1969–1974 (2020) at the de Menil Foundation, Houston, marked the fiftieth anniversary of The De Luxe Show and her first solo exhibition. This same year, Jaramillo received the prestigious Anonymous Was a Woman grant. Jaramillo lives and works in Long Island, New York. Read More Virginia Jaramillo, Untitled, 1971, acrylic on canvas 84 1/8" x 72 1/8" (213.5cm x 183cm), courtesy Virginia Jaramillo and Hales Gallery. Photo by Frank Oudeman Virginia Jaramillo, Blue Space, 1974, oil on canvas, 82" x 70" (208.3cm x 177.8cm), courtesy Virginia Jaramillo and Hales Gallery. Photo by Frank Oudeman Virginia Jaramillo, Green Space, 1974, oil on canvas, 71 3/4" x 83 3/4" (182.2cm x 212.7cm), courtesy Virginia Jaramillo and Hales Gallery. Photo by Frank Oudeman Virginia Jaramillo, Obrinus, 1976, oil on canvas, 59" x 59" (149.9cm x 149.9cm), courtesy Virginia Jaramillo and Santa Barbara Museum of Art. Photo by Brian Forrest Virginia Jaramillo, Untitled, 1967, acrylic on canvas, 84" x 60" (213.4cm x 152.4cm), courtesy Virginia Jaramillo and Hales Gallery. Photo by JSP Art Photography Virginia Jaramillo, Birth of Venus, 1975, oil on canvas, 90" x 66" (228.5cm x 167.6cm) Exhibitions View All On View Virginia Jaramillo East of the Sun, West of the Moon May 13 – Jun 24, 2023 Los Angeles On View Virginia Jaramillo Foundations May 13 – Jun 24, 2023 Online Journal View All Films Explore Artists New to Pace Oct 11, 2022 News Virginia Jaramillo Joins Pace Gallery Jul 25, 2022 One-Artist Exhibitions Group Exhibitions Public Collections Books and Catalogues Periodicals Close One-Artist Exhibitions Virginia Jaramillo One-Artist Exhibitions DatesBorn 1939, El Paso, TexasLives and works in New YorkEducation1958–61, Otis Art Institute, Los Angeles, CA.2023Virginia Jaramillo: Principle of Equivalence, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, Missouri, June 1–August 26, 2023. (Catalogue)Virginia Jaramillo: East of the Sun, West of the Moon, Pace Gallery, Los Angeles, May 13–June 24, 2023.2021Virginia Jaramillo: The Harmony Between Line and Space, Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, New York, November 7, 2021–February 27, 2022.2020Virginia Jaramillo: The Curvilinear Paintings, 1969–1974, The Menil Collection, Houston, September 26, 2020–July 3, 2021.Virginia Jaramillo: Conflux, Hales New York, September 10–November 14, 2020.2018Virginia Jaramillo: Foundations, Hales New York, October 18–December 8, 2018. (Catalogue)2017Virginia Jaramillo: Where the Heavens Touch the Earth, Hales London, January 20–March 4, 2017. (Catalogue)1997Virginia Jaramillo: Black – New Works, Dieu Donné Papermill, New York, 1997.1994Virginia Jaramillo: The Phoenix Series, Douglas Drake Gallery, New York, 1994.1990Virginia Jaramillo: Anonymous Sites, Douglas Drake Gallery, New York, 1990.1988Virginia Jaramillo: Sidereal Inscriptions, Douglas Drake Gallery, New York, 1988.Virginia Jaramillo: New Handmade Papers, Douglas Drake Gallery, New York, closed October 29, 1988. (Catalogue)1986Virginia Jaramillo, Intar Gallery, New York, 1986. (Catalogue)1981Virginia Jaramillo: Handmade Paperworks, Douglas Drake Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri, 1981.1980Virginia Jaramillo, Douglas Drake Gallery, Kansas City, Kansas, 1980.Virginia Jaramillo: Visual Theorems, The Mexican Museum, San Francisco, September 11–November 16, 1980. (Catalogue)1977Virginia Jaramillo: Oil Paintings, Douglas Drake Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri, 1977.1976Virginia Jaramillo: Paintings, SoHo Center for Visual Artists, New York, 1976. Group Exhibitions Virginia Jaramillo: Group Exhibitions 2023Artists Choose Parrish, PART I, Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, New York, April 16–August 6 and April 30–July 23; PART II, Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, New York, August 20, 2023–February 4, 2024; PART III, Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, New York, October 29, 2023–February 18, 2024.2022Sensory Poetics: Collecting Abstraction, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, July 8–October 16, 2022.Modern and Contemporary at the Menil, The Menil Collection, Houston, May 11, 2022–February 5, 2023.Going Global: Abstract Art at Mid-Century, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, June 21–September 25, 2022.2021Slip Zone: A New Look at Postwar Abstraction in the Americas and East Asia, Dallas Museum ofArt, September 14, 2021–July 10, 2022.A New Landscape, A Possible Horizon, Texas Biennial, San Antonio, August 19–December 5, 2021.Now Is the Time: Recent Acquisitions to the Contemporary Collection, The Baltimore Museum of Art, Maryland, May 2–July 18, 2021.Women in Abstraction, Centre Pompidou, Paris; Museo Guggenheim Bilbao, Spain, 19 May–23 August 2021.The De Luxe Show, Karma Gallery, New York, August 12–September 25, 2021. Traveled to Parker Gallery, Los Angeles, August 12–September 25, 2021.Affinities for Abstraction: Women Artists on Eastern Long Island 1950—2020, The Parrish Museum, New York, May 2–July 25, 2021.2020Site, Hales New York, 1 December 2019–27 February 2020.2019Generations: A History of Black Abstract Art, The Baltimore Museum of Art, Maryland, September 29, 2019–January 19, 2020.Please Recall to Me Everything You Have Thought Of, Morán Morán Gallery, Los Angeles, July 13–August 24, 2019.Lexicon: The Language of Gesture in 25 Years at Kemper Museum, Kemper Museum, Kansas City,Missouri, May 16–August 25, 2019.2018This Must Be the Place: Latin American Artists in New York (curated by Jenni Crain / O.O. & M.M.), 55 Walker Street, New York, November 9–December 8, 2018.Expanding Narratives: The Figure and the Ground, Smart Museum of Art, The University of Chicago, April 24–December 16, 2018.Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power, Crystal Bridges, Arkansas, February 3–April 23, 2018. Traveled to: Brooklyn Museum, New York, September 14, 2018–February 3, 2019; The Broad, Los Angeles, March 23–September 1, 2019; de Young museum, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, November 9, 2019–March 15, 2020; The Museum of Fine Arts Houston, June 27–August 30, 2020.2017Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power, Tate Modern, London, July 12–October 22, 2017.We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women 1965-85, Brooklyn Museum, New York, April 21–September 17, 2017. Traveled to: Californian African American Museum, October 13, 2017–January 14, 2018; Albright-Knox Gallery, New York, February 17–Sunday, May 27, 2018; Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, June 27–September 30, 2018.2014Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties, Brooklyn Museum, New York, March 7–July 13, 2014. Traveled to: Hood Museum of Art, Hanover, New Hampshire, August 30–December 14, 2014; Blanton Museum of Art, Austin, February 15–May 10, 2015.2011Now Dig This! Art & Black Los Angeles, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, October 2, 2011–January 8, 2012. Traveled to Museum of Modern Art PS1, New York, October 21, 2012–March 11, 2013; Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, Massachusetts, July 20–December 1, 2013. 2001Rags to Riches, Dieu Donné Papermill, New York, 2001. Traveled to Kresge Art Museum, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, 2001–2003; Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, 2001–2003; Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, 2001–2003; Heckcher Museum of Art, Huntington, New York, 2001–2003; Milwaukee Art Museum; Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Indiana, 2001-2003. (Catalogue)1997Degrees of Presence: Paper works from Dieu Don né Papermill, 28 North Gallery, New York, 1997.1996Art of the Matter: Seven Collaborations in Paper Art, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. Traveled to Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, 1996-1997. (Catalogue)1996Innovations and Explorations in Handmade Paper: Twenty Years of Collaboration at Dieu Donné, Dieu Donné Papermill, New York, 1996. (Catalogue)1994Inaugural Exhibition from the Collection, Kemper Museum, Kansas City, Missouri, 1994.1993At FGIC, Financial Guaranty Insurance Co., New York, 1993.1992Europa – America – 13601 E – Venti. II, Pino Molicia Gallery, New York, 1992.Intermettzo, Douglas Drake Gallery, New York, 1992.Summer Salt, Douglas Drake Gallery, New York, 1992.1991Accents on Paper: Dieu Donné Papermill: 15 Years, Lintas Gallery, Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, New York, 1991.Dieu Donné Papermill: 15 Years, Center for Book Arts, New York, 1991.Gallery Artists, Douglas Drake Gallery, New York, 1991.Paper Minded, Pelham Center, Westchester, New York, 1991.Paper Work, Castle Gallery, College of New Rochelle, New York, 1991.1989Elements of Style: New York, Deson-Saunders Gallery, Chicago, 1989.Gallery Artists, Douglas Drake Gallery, New York, 1989.Latin American Abstract Art, Galleria De La Raza, San Francisco, 1989.Obras En Papel: Works on Paper, Mexican Museum, San Francisco, 1989.1988Mira! Hispanic Art Tour III, Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles, 1988. Traveled to: Meadows Museum, Dallas; Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, 1988. (Catalogue)1987The Banks Family Collection, California Afro-American Museum, Los Angeles, 1987.Committed to Print, Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1987.Reconstruction Project, Powerhouse Gallery, Montreal. Traveled to Eye Level Gallery, Halifax, Canada, 1987.1986Chicano Expressions, Intar Gallery, New York, 1986. Traveled to: Parson Gallery-Otis Art Institute, Los Angeles; Mexican Museum, San Francisco, 1986–1987. (Catalogue)Large Scale Works on Paper, First National Bank Gallery, Boston, 1986. (Catalogue)Paper Works, Clark Gallery, Lincoln, Massachusetts, 1986.1985Contemporary Papermakers: Artists of an Ancient Craft, Historical Society Museum, Rockland County, New York, 1985.Paper as Paint, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, 1985.Paper and Print, Museums at Hartwick, Oneonta, New York, 1985.Workshop Experiments: Artists Explore New Media, Brattleboro Museum, Vermont, 1985. Traveled to Wellesley College Museum of Art, Wellesley, Massachusetts, 1985–1987; League of New Hampshire Craftsmen, Concord, Massachusetts, 1985–1987; Worcester Art Center, Massachusetts, 1985–1987; Museum of Art, Science and Industry, Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1985–1987; Rochester Institute of Technology, Bevier Gallery, New York, 1985–1987. (Catalogue)1984Art of an Ancient Craft – Craft of an Ancient Art, Fitchburg Museum, Fitchburg, Massachusetts, 1984.Cast Paper, Wenniger Graphics, Boston, 1984.Contemporary Paper Work, Hurlbutt Gallery, Greenwich, Connecticut, 1984.11 Artists in the Paper Medium, Gallery at Hastings-on-Hudson, Hastingson-Hudson, New York, 1984.Hand Made Paper: A Survey of Contemporary Trends, East Hills Gallery, East Hills, New York, 1984.Heresies Art Benefit, Bess Cutler Gallery, New York, 1984.1984 June Invitational, Central Hall Gallery, New York, 1984.Paper Transformed, Truman Gallery, Indiana State University, 1984.Reconstruction Project, Artists Space, New York, 1984.Women Artists of the 80’s, A. I. R. Gallery, New York, 1984. (Catalogue)Spectrum: A View of Mexican-American Art, Mexican Museum, San Francisco, 1984.1983Artists: New York - Taiwan, American Institute in Taiwan, Kaohsiun, Taiwan, 1983.Of, On or About Paper III, USA Today, Arlington, Massachusetts, 1983–1984.Paper: A Process Aesthetic, Castle Gallery, College of New Rochelle, 1983.Two Sources - One Culture, University of Alaska Museum, Fairbanks, 1983.1982Cinco de Mayo Exhibition, Mexican Museum, San Francisco, 1982–1983.Handmade Paper Art by Six Artists for Architectural Environments, Jean Lumbard Fine Arts, New York, 1982–1983.The New Explosion: Paper Art, Fine Arts Museum of Long Island, 1982. Traveled to: CDS Gallery, New York; Bryer Museum, Evanston, Illinois, 1982–1983. (Catalogue)Pyramid Invitational Exhibition, Gallery 409, Baltimore, 1982. Traveled to International Monetary Fund, Baltimore, Maryland, 1982–1983.Of, On or About Paper, USA Today, Arlington, Virginia, September 15, 1982–March 15, 1983. (Catalogue)1981Five Elements, Kenkelaba House, New York, 1981.Latin American Women Artists, SoHo 20 Gallery, New York, 1981. (Catalogue)Major Works: Heresies Benefit, Grey Art Gallery, New York, 1981.Two Sources: Paintings & Prints by Mexican American and Mexican Women Artists, The Mexican Museum, San Francisco, 1981. (Catalogue)Kansas City Art and Artists, Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, September 8–October 18, 1981.1980Artists Who Make Prints, Federal Building, New York, 1980. Traveled to Sordoni Art Gallery, Wilkes College, New York; Lowenstein Gallery, Lincoln, Philadelphia, 1980–1981.The Clean Edge, Douglas Drake Gallery, Kansas City, Kansas, 1980.Major Works Heresies Benefit, Frank Marino Gallery, New York, 1980.Recent Works, Yolisa House Gallery, New York, 1980.New, New York on Paper, Douglas Drake Gallery, Kansas City, Kansas, 1980.Los Primeros Cinco Afios, Mexican Museum, San Francisco, 1980.1979New Acquisitions, Douglas Drake Gallery, Kansas City, Kansas, 1979.1978Expressionism in the Seventies, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1978.1977Selected Painters, Mulvane Art Center of Topeka, Washburn University, Kansas, 1977.1976Traveling Exhibition of Contemporary Art, U. S. Information Agency; One year throughout Eastern Europe, 1976.1975Less Is More, Douglas Drake Gallery, Kansas City, Kansas, 1975.Group Show, Michael C. Rockefeller Gallery, Fredonia, New York, 1975.Young New York Painters, David Gallery, Pittsford, New York, 1975.1973Be Aware, performance with light sculpture, Automation House, New York, 1973.1972Artists’ Benefit for Civil Liberties, Leo Castelli Gallery, New York, 1972.Whitney Annual, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 1972. (Catalogue)Contemporary Reflections 1971-72, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut, April 23–September 3, 1972. (Catalogue)1971The Deluxe Show, Deluxe Theater, Houston, 1971. (Catalogue)Texas Thirty Artists, Automation House, New York, 1971.1964Los Angeles Images: Yes on 10, San Bernardino College, California, 1964.1963Annual, Long Beach Museum, California, 1963.Santa Barbara Museum of Art, California, 1963.1962Artists’ Benefit for Senator Richard Richards, Los Angeles, 1962.Group Show, La Jolla Art Center, La Jolla, California, 1962.La Review Moderne, Paris, 1962.Southwest Regional Painting and Sculpture Show, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 1962.1961Annual, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California, 1961.1960Annual, San Francisco Museum of Art, California, 1960.1959Annual, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California, 1961. Public Collections Virginia Jaramillo: Public Collections Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Richfield, ConnecticutBaltimore Museum of Art, MarylandBrooklyn Museum, New YorkCrystal Bridges Museum of Art, Bentonville, ArkansasDallas Museum of Art, TexasDaum Museum, Sedalia, MissouriEl Paso Museum of Art, TexasThe Joyner/Giuffrida CollectionKemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, MissouriThe Menil Collection, HoustonThe Metropolitan Museum of Art, New YorkMexican Museum, San FranciscoMuseo Rufino Tamayo, Mexico CityNational Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DCNorton Simon Museum, Pasadena, CaiforniaPeréz Art Museum, MiamiPhilip Morris Collection, New YorkThe Rachofsky Collection, DallasRockefeller University, New YorkSanta Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CaliforniaSchenectady Museum, New YorkSmithsonian Institution Archives, Washington, DCSolomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New YorkSpencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KansasVirginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VirginiaWhitney Museum of American Art, New York Books and Catalogues Virginia Jaramillo: Bibliography: Books 2023Virginia Jaramillo: Principle of Equivalence (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Erin Dziedzic, Barbara Calderón, Elisabeth Kirsch, and Matthew Jeffrey Abrams, et al. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2023.2018Virginia Jaramillo: Foundations (exhibition catalogue). Text by Matthew Jeffrey Abrams. New York: Hales Gallery, 2018. 2017Virginia Jaramillo: Curvilinear (exhibition catalogue). Text by Gabrielle Schwarz. New York: Hales Gallery, 2017.2016English, Darby. 1971: A Year in the Life of Color. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2016.2001Takahashi, Mina. Rags to Riches: 25 Years of Paper Art from Dieu Donné Papermill (exhibition catalogue). New York: Dieu Donné Papermill, 2001.1996Art of the Matter – Seven Collaborations in Paper Art (exhibition catalogue). New Jersey: Rutgers University, 1996.Innovations and Explorations in Handmade Paper: Twenty Years of Collaboration at Dieu Donné Papermill (exhibition catalogue). Text by Margaret Mathews-Berenson. New York: Dieu Donné Papermill, 1996.1995Heller, Jules and Nancy G. Heller, ed. North American Women Artists of the Twentieth Century: A Biographical Dictionary. New York: Garland Publishing, 1995: illustrated. Who’s Who in the East. 24th ed. Berkeley Heights, New Jersey: Marquis Who’s Who, 1992.Who’s Who in the World. 12th ed. New Providence, New Jersey: Reed Reference Bowker Publishing, 1995. 1994Inaugural Exhibition from the Collection (exhibition catalogue). Kansas City, Kansas: Kemper Museum, 1994.1991Carver, Charles S. and Michael F. Scheier. Perspectives on Personality. 2nd ed. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1991.Paper Work (exhibition review). New Rochelle, New York: Castle Gallery, College of New Rochelle, 1991.Selections from the Mary & Crosby Kemper Collection: of Kansas City Art Institute: the inaugural exhibition, January 13-February 10, 1991, Charlotte Crosby Kemper Gallery (exhibition catalogue). Kansas City, Kansas: Kansas City Art Institute, 1991.1989Mira!: The Canadian Club Hispanic Art Tour III (exhibition catalogue). Curated by Susana Torruella Leval, Ricardo Pau-Llosa, Inverna Lockpez. Dallas: Meadows Museum & Gallery, 1988.1987Who’s Who in Professional and Executive Women. Philadelphia: The American Society of Professional and Executive Women, 1987. 1986Chicano Expressions, Traveling Exhibition (exhibition catalogue). New York: Intar Gallery, 1986.Large Scale Works on Paper (exhibition catalogue). Boston: First National Bank Gallery, 1986.The Banks Family Collection: Selected Pieces from the Leon O. Banks Family Collection: November 14, 1986-February 22, 1987, California Afro-American Museum, Los Angeles, California (exhibition catalogue). Los Angeles: California Afro-American Museum, 1986.Wilcox, S. David, ed. Who’s Who in Society. Hartford, Connecticut: American Publishing Co., 1986. 1985Goldman, Shifra M. and Thomas Ybarra-Frauto. Arte Chicano: A Compilation Annotated Bibliography of Chicano Art, 1965—1981. Berkeley, California: Chicano Studies Library Publications Unit, University of California, 1985.Paper Transformed (exhibition catalogue). Terre Haute, Indiana: Truman Gallery, Indiana State University, 1985.Workshop Experiments: Artists Explore New Media (exhibition catalogue). n.p., 1985.1984Lippard, Ludcy R. Get the Message?: A Decade of Art for Social Change. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1984.Who’s Who in the East, 1984—1985. New Providence, New Jersey: R. R. Bowker Publishing, 1984.Women Artists of the 80’s (exhibition catalogue). New York: A. I. R. Gallery, 1984. 1982Flomenhaft, Eleanor. The New Explosion: Paper Art (exhibition catalogue). Hempstead, New York: Fine Arts Museum of Long Island, 1982.Gregoire, Muller. Through the Surface (unpublished manuscript). n.p., 1982.Making Paper: Paper Making USA (exhibition catalogue). New York: American Craft Museum, 1982. Of, On or About Paper (exhibition catalogue). Arlington, Virginia: USA Today,1982.1981Contemporary Personalities, Italy: Accemia Italia Delle Arte e del Lavaro Latin American Women Artists (exhibition catalogue). New York: SoHo 20 Gallery, 1981. Wagner, Nora E. Catalogue of Selections from the Collection (exhibition catalogue). San Francisco: Mexican Museum, 1981. 1976Jaramillo, Virginia and Brigitte Lebens Nacos. Paintings and Poems. New York: Triple J Press, 1976. 1975Kay, Ernest, ed. International Who’s Who of Art and Antiques. Cambridge: Melrose Press, 1975.Who’s Who of American Women. Berkely Heights, New Jersey: Marquis Who’s Who, Inc., 1975-1976.1973Who’s Who in American Art. New Providence, New Jersey: R. R. Bowker Publishing, 1973–76.1972Contemporary Reflections 1971–72 (exhibition catalogue). Ridgefield, Connecticut: Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, 1972.1972 Annual Exhibition: Contemporary American Painting (exhibition catalogue). New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1972: 55.1971The Deluxe Show (exhibition catalogue). Text by Jefferee James and Steve Cannon. Houston: The Menil Foundation, 1971. Periodicals Virginia Jaramillo: Bibliography: Periodicals 2022Durón, Maximilíano. “Frieze London’s 10 Best Booths, From a Gigantic Watch to a Poignant Metaphor for Displacement.” ARTnews, 12 October 2022. https://www.artnews.com/list/art-news/market/frieze-london-2022-best-booths-1234642844/Duron, Maxmiliano. “Pace Gallery Takes on Virginia Jaramillo, Abstract Painter Whose Work Has Recently Seen a Resurgence.” Artnews, 25 July 2022. https://www.artnews.com/art-news/market/virginia-jaramillo-pace-gallery-representation-1234635047/Irwin, Michael. “Virginia Jaramillo, Mexican-American Minimalist, Joins Pace Gallery.” Ocula, 27 July 2022. https://ocula.com/magazine/art-news/virginia-jaramillo-joins-pace-gallery/2021Durón, Maximilíano. “Best Practices: Virginia Jaramillo’s Abstractions Are Finally Coming into Focus.” ARTnews, 16 February 2021. https://www.artnews.com/art-news/artists/virginia-jaramillo-artist-studio-visit-1234583813/2020“Anonymous Was a Woman Names 2020 Award Recipients.” Artforum, 18 November 2020. https://www.artforum.com/news/anonymous-was-a-woman-names-2020-award-recipients-84444“Art Industry News: These Over-40 Female Artists Just Won the Latest Round of $25,000Anonymous Was a Woman Grants + Other Stories.” Artnet News, 18 November 2020. https://news.artnet.com/art-world/art-industry-news-november-18-stories-1924603De Luna, Marcy. “The Menil Collection announces reopening date.” Houston Chronicle, 2 September 2020. https://www.chron.com/culture/main/article/The-Menil-Collection-announces-reopening-date-15537409.phpDevadanam, Steven. “Cherished Houston art collection and drawing institute reveals reopening date” (Menil Collection exhibition preview). Culture Map, 2 September 2020. https://houston.culturemap.com/news/arts/09-02-20-menil-collection-houston-open-drawing-institute-jasper-johns-helen-franklenthaler-virgina-jaramillo-allora-calzadilla/Dublin, Matt. “After 6-month hiatus, Menil Collection reopening with new exhibits on deck” (Menil Collection exhibition preview). Community Impact Newspaper, 10 September 2020. https://communityimpact.com/houston/heights-river-oaks-montrose/arts-entertainment/2020/09/10/after-6-month-hiatus-menil-collection-reopening-with-new-exhibits-on-deck/Durón, Maximilíano. “One Third of U.S. Museums Have Not Reopened, Survey Says, and More: Morning Links from November 18, 2020.” ARTnews, 18 November 2020. https://www.artnews.com/art-news/news/aam-survey-museums-closed-saqqara-coffins-morning-links-1234576816/“Exhibition features works made in New York City in the 1970s and early 1980s by Virginia Jaramillo” (Hales Gallery exhibition review). Art Daily, 13 September 2020. https://artdaily.com/news/128211/Exhibition-features-works-made-in-New-York-City-in-the-1970s-and-early-1980s-by-Virginia-Jaramillo#.YtgzQ7bMLMY“5 Artists on Our Radar This November.” Artsy, 2 November 2020. https://www.artsy.net/collection/5-artists-on-our-radar-novemberFord, Lauren Moya. “Meet Virginia Jaramillo, a Pioneering Minimalist Who Fuses Cosmology and Science Fiction” (Menil Collection exhibition review). Hyperallergic, 7 December 2020. https://hyperallergic.com/605484/virginia-jaramillo-menil-collection/Glentzer, Molly. “Shows by two powerhouse Latinas lead Houston’s art scene this fall, Preview / Houston Chronicle." Houston Chronicle, 23 October 2020. https://preview.houstonchronicle.com/art-exhibits/shows-by-two-powerhouse-latinas-lead-houston-s-15670799Green, Tyler. “No.465 features artist Virginia Jaramillo.” The Modern Art Notes Podcast, 1 October2020. Podcast, website, 58:50. https://modernartnotespodcast.libsyn.com/virginia-jaramilloGreenberger, Alex. “Vaunted Anonymous Was a Woman Grants Go to Linda Goode Bryant, Chitra Ganesh, and More.” ARTnews, 18 November 2020. https://www.artnews.com/art-news/news/anonymous-was-a-woman-2020-winners-1234576747/Kamp, Justin. “Virginia Jaramillo and Chitra Ganesh were named among 2020’s Anonymous Was a Woman grantees.” Artsy, 18 November 2020. https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-virginia-jaramillo-chitra-ganesh-named-2020s-anonymous-woman-granteesLoos, Ted. "A Painter Who Puts It All on the Line” (Menil Collection exhibition review). The New York Times, 25 September 2020. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/25/arts/design/virginia-jaramillo-menil-houston.htmlRichmond, Virginia. “VMFA Acquires Major Work by Virginia Jaramillo.” ArtfixDaily, 30 September 2020. https://www.artfixdaily.com/artwire/release/5533-vmfa-acquires-major-work-by-virginia-jaramilloSánchez, Israel. 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