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Schliefer, Stafford L. (b. Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies, 1939; active Jamaica, West Indies, 2012)
 

Bibliography and Exhibitions

MONOGRAPHS AND SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

Austin, Juliet.
Artist: STAFFORD SCHLIEFER, Abstract (E) motion.
2012.
In: Reallife Magazine October, 2012: text plus 6 color illus. [http://www.reallife.ky/index.php/profiles/562-artist-stafford-schliefer-abstract-e-motion]

GENERAL BOOKS AND GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

ATLANTA (GA). Atlanta Life Insurance Co.
The Second Annual Atlanta Life National Art Competition and Exhibition.
December 5-31, 1981.
20 pp. exhib. brochure, illus. Jurors: Regenia Perry, Jontyle Robinson Page, Pamela Strestha, Edward Spriggs. Artists in exhibition include: Zachariah Anderson, Phoebe Beasley, Willie Birch, Lamar Bryant, Dorothy Carter, William Carter, Dana Chandler, Barbara Chavous, Davis C. Colbert [Doris Colbert?], Gerald Duane Coleman, Bing Davis, Robert Dilworth, Natalie E. Douglas, Tina Dunkley, Mordecia Etchison Jr., Jenne Glover, Paul Goodnight, Kathy Etchison Harper, Bernard S. Hayes, Valery Headly, Beverly Henderson, Leon N. Hicks, Terry K. Hunter, Ben Jones, Johana Jones, Ted Jones, Viola Burley Leak, Arturo Lindsay (First prize in sculpture), Donald L. Michael, Jr., Lev Mills, Geraldine McCullough, M. Akua McDaniel, Jerome Meadows, Willie Nash, Ayokunle Odeleye, Kwaku Olu, Ronald Patton, Ted Phillips, LeRoy Porter, John Riddle, Joseph Roaches, Lethia Robertson, Stafford L. Schliefer, Thom Shaw, Phyllis Thompson, Yvonne Thompson, Bisa W. Washington, Juvena L. Walls, King David Webb, Michael Kelly Williams, Curtis Patterson.

BOXER, DAVID and VEERLE POUPEYE.
Modern Jamaican Art.
Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers, 1998.
192 pp., 134 full-page color illus., 14 text illus. In color and b&w, exhibs., bibliog. Overview of the chronology and development of modern Jamaican art into the nineties, including biographical information on eighty-two artists (over 50 are of African descent). Artists include: Carl Abrahams, Albert Artwell, David Boxer, Hope Brooks, Clinton Brown, Everald Brown, Eric Cadien, Benjamin Campbell, Charles Campbell, Margaret Chen, Albert Chong, Alexander Cooper, Cecil Cooper, Makandal Dada, Leonard Daley, Ras Dizzy, John Dunkley, Milton George, Christopher Gonzalez, Milton Harley, Fitzroy Harrack, Anna Henriques, Albert Huie, Eugene Hyde, Alan "Zion" Johnson, William Woody Joseph, Kapo (Mallica Reynolds), Kofi Kayiga, Peter Wayne Lewis, Prudence Lovell, Edna Manley, Alvin Mariott, Errol Mckenzie, David Miller, Sr., David Miller, Jr., Ronald Moody, Petrona Morrison, Eugene Palmer, Winston Patrick, David Pottinger, K. Khalfani Ra, Omari S. Ra, Tehuti Ra, Roy Reid, Stafford Schliefer, Dawn Scott, Gaston Tabois, Nari Ward, Barrington Watson, Osmond Watson, Stanford Watson, Doc Williamson. 4to (30 cm.), red cloth, d.j. First ed.

KINGSTON (Jamaica). National Gallery of Jamaica.
Annual National Exhibition 2000.
December, 2000-February, 2001.
Group exhibition. Included: David Boxer, Everald Brown, Natalie Butler, Cecil Cooper, Laura Facey Cooper, Christopher Gonzalez, Khepera Oluyia Hatsheptwa, Michael Parchment, Gene Pearson, Roy Reid, Stafford Schliefer, Cecil Ward, Donnette Zacca. Special section honoring Musgrave Medal recipients: Barrington Watson (gold), Petrona Morrison (silver) and John "Doc" Williamson (bronze). [Review: Dennis Coke, "Little Excitement at National Exhibition," Jamaica Gleaner," December 31, 2000.]

KINGSTON (Jamaica). National Gallery of Jamaica.
Black as Colour.
1997.
32 pp., illus. Curated and notes by David Boxer. Artists include: Carl Abrahams, David Boxer, Charles Campbell, Margaret Chen, Cecil Cooper, John Dunkley, Helen Elliott, Milton George, Denis Gick, Hope Brooks, Lawrence Graham-Brown, Laura Hamilton, Milton Harley, Albert Huie, Eugene Hyde, Maria La Yacona, Prudence Lovell, Edna Manley, Nicholas Morris, Khalfani Ra, Omari S. Ra, Roy Reid, Kapo (Mallica Reynolds), Stafford Schliefer. 4to (28 cm.), wraps.

KINGSTON (Jamaica). National Gallery of Jamaica.
Sixth Jamaica National Biennial.
December 9, 2012-March 9, 2013.
Group exhibition. Included: Special solo exhibitions for the Musgrave Medal Winners: Ebony Patterson, Bryan McFarlane, Omari Ra, Oneika Russell, Storm Saulter. Others included: Albert Artwell, Marvin Bartley, David Boxer, Hope Brooks, Charles Campbell, Margaret Chen, Albert Chong, Alexander Cooper, Cecil Cooper, Laura Facey Cooper, Helen Elliott, Wilfrid Francis, Milton Harley, Fitz Harrack, Marlon James, Rafiki Kariuki, Kofi Kayiga, O'Neil Lawrence, Maria La Yacona, Peter Wayne Lewis, Keith Morrison, Petrona Morrison, Michael Parchment, Winston Patrick, Gene Pearson, Khalfani Ra, Stafford Schliefer, Sylvester Stephens, Phillip Supersad, Heather Sullivan-Wade, Gaston Tabois, Jasmine Thomas-Girvan, Cecil Ward, Nari Ward, Barrington Watson, Basil Watson, Donnette Zacca.

LEWIS, SAMELLA.
Caribbean Visions: Contemporary Painting and Sculpture.
Art Services International, 1995-1998.
226 pp. exhib. cat., color illus., biogs., bibliog., exhibs., glossary. Curated by Samella Lewis; texts by Gloria Gordon, Samella Lewis, Mary Jane Hewitt, Derek Walcott, Rex Nettleford, Errol Hill, Peter Minshall, Gerald Alexis, Richard A. Long, Shifra M. Goldman. Includes 56 painters and sculptors: Ras Ishi Butcher, Jose Garcia Cordero, Annalee Davis, David Gall, Gwen Knight, Ras Akyem Ramsay, José Bedia; Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons, Tomas Esson, Lia Galetti, Wifredo Lam, Jose Garcia Cordero, Ines Tolentino, Frank Bowling, Karl Broodhagen, Dudley Charles, Stanley Greaves, Gregory A. Henry, Philippe Dodard, Edouard Duval Carrié, André Juste, Jean Claude Rigaud, Bernard Séjourne, Luce Turnier, David Boxer, Eric Cadien, Margaret Chen, Albert Chong, Christopher Gonzalez, Peter Wayne Lewis, Edna Manley, Alvin Marriott, Michael M. Milton, Ronald Moody, Keith Morrison, Petrona Morrison, Stafford Schliefer, Osmond Watson, Diogenes Ballester, Maria de Mater O'Neill, Arnaldo Roche Rabell, Nelson Santiago, Juan Carlos Toca, Ademola Olugebefola, Claude Fiddler, Francisco Cabral, LeRoy Clark, Christopher Cozier, Kenwyn Crichlow, Shastri Maharaj, Wendy M. Nanan, Shenga Ka Pharaoh. [Traveled to Miami, FL; New Orleans, LA; Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, Museo de arte Contemporaneo de Monterrey (MARCO), Monterrey, Mexico.] 4to (28 cm.), pictorial wraps.

PHOENIX (AZ). Arizona Bank Galleria.
Artists of the Black Community of Arizona.
September 30-October 30, 1981.
Unpag. (24 pp.) exhib. cat., illus. with photo, biog., exhibs., awards for each artist. Intro. texts by Don B. Tostenrud and Eugene Grigsby. Included in the exhibition: George Welch, Donald Locke, John A. Joiner, Clifford A. Scott, Kara Shepherd, Jacquelyn A. Lewis-Harris, Mark Alan Herring, Marguerite A. Dickey, Alan Monson Jones, Halbert L. Jackson, Oliver Thomas Parson, Wright Eugene Harris III, Rip Woods, Clendolyn Corbin, Stafford Schliefer, Eugene Grigsby Jr., George G. Howard. Separate page lists others: Anderson E. Fitzhugh, Barbara D. Morris, Doyle Foreman, John Thomas Biggers. Sq. 8vo (21 x 23 cm.), wraps.