Biggers, John and Carroll Simms. Black Art in Houston: The Texas Southern University Experience. College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 1978.
De Lima Greene, Alison, and Alejandra Jimenez, Shannon Halwes, Kathleen M. Williams, Robert Ireland Montgomery, Monica Garza, Jason Alan Goldstein, and Peter C. Marzio. Texas: 150 works from the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Houston: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 2000.
Edwards, Jim with Jerry Herring and Anne Wilkes Tucker. Charles Schorre. Houston: Herring Press/Houston Artists Fund, 1997.
Graze, Sue. Visions: James Surls, 1974-1984. Dallas: Dallas Museum of Art, 1984.
Johnson, Patricia Covo. Contemporary Art in Texas. Sydney: Craftsman House, 1994.
Kalil, Susie and Barbara Rose. Fresh Paint: The Houston School. Austin: Texas Monthly Press, 1985.
Lash, Miranda, and Andrei Codrescu, Lisa A. Crossman, Eleanor Heartney, Patricia Covo Johnson, Herb Tam, and Patricia C. Phillips. Mel Chin: Rematch. Berlin: Hatje Cantz, 2014.
Lewallen, Constance M. and Steve Seid with Chip Lord, Caroline Maniaque, and Michael Sorkin. Ant Farm 1968-1978. Berkeley: University of California Press. 2004.
Livingston, Jane with Alison De Lima Greene, Robert Hughes, and Peter C. Marzio. John Alexander: A Retrospective. Houston: Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 2007.
Mayo, Marti. Finders Keepers: Houston: Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, 1997.
McBride, Elizabeth and Lorenzo Thomas. DiverseWorks Artspace 1983-93. Houston: DiverseWorks Artspace, Inc., 1993.
McEvilley, Thomas. Sculpture in the Age of Doubt. New York City: Allworth Press, 1999.
Moser, Charlotte. Clyde Connell: The Art and Life of a Louisiana Woman. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1991.
Murphy, Paula, with Gus Kopriva and James Surls. Lawndale Art Center: Still Crazy… After All These Years. Houston: Lawndale Arts Center, 2005.
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Raeburn, Michael. Joseph Glasco: The Fifteenth American. London: Cacklegoose Press, 2015.
Sultan, Terrie. James Surls: The Splendora Years, 1977-1997. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2005.
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Magazine / Newspaper Articles
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