Mildred Thompson on View at SCAD Museum of Art, 2016. Image courtesy of SCAD Museum of Art
Mildred Thompson: Throughlines, Assemblages and Works on Paper from the 1960s to the 1990s
Review of exhibition at Galerie Lelong, brooklynrail.org by Susan Harris, March 9, 2021.
Mildred Thompson’s Confounding, Cosmological Abstractions
Review of exhibition at Galerie Lelong, hyperallergic.com by Alexandra M. Thomas, March 8, 2021.
Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now
Review of exhibition at Galerie Lelong, nytimes.com by Martha Schwendener, March 3, 2021.
Four Exhibitions To See In New York This March Outside The City’s Museums
Review of exhibition at Galerie Lelong, forbes.com by Chadd Scott, March 1, 2021.
Galerie Lelong Hosts Series of Online Programs "Galerie Lelong: Dialogues" in Conjunction with Thompson Exhibition
Art Papers Publishes the Mildred Thompson Dossier
Read Selected Contributions by Mildred Thompson, Associate Editor of Art Papers Magazine 1989-1997.
Mildred Thompson at the Spelman College Museum of Fine Art
Review: Spelman Recalls Abstract Artist Mildred Thompson as Citizen of Atlanta, by TK Smith, October 14, 2019.
Co-curators Discuss “Mildred Thompson: The Atlanta Years, 1986-2003”
Spelman College Museum of Fine Art “Be Your Own Muse” Podcast, "Mildred Thompson: The Atlanta Years, 1986 – 2003,” September, 2019.
Mildred Thompson at the New Orleans Museum of Art
Review of Mildred Thompson: Against the Grain at the New Orleans Museum of Art, by Charlie Tatum, November 16, 2018.
What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week
Mildred Thompson Through March 31. at Galerie Lelong & Co, nytimes.com By Roberta Smith, Holland Cotter, Martha Schwendener and Will Heinrich, March 7, 2018.
GALERIE LELONG TO REPRESENT THE ESTATE OF MILDRED THOMPSON
Galerie Lelong Will Represent the Estate of Mildred Thompson, a Long-Overlooked Figure in the History of American Modernism, artnet.com by Eileen Kinsella, December 20, 2017.
They’re women, they’re black and they don’t make art about that
Review of exhibition at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, washingtonpost.com by Philip Kennicott, November 1, 2017.
Black Women Abstract Artists Get Their Due In 'Magnetic Fields' At the National Museum Of Women In The Arts
Review of exhibition at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, dcist.com by Willona M. Sloan, October 12, 2017.
Women of Color Find Their Rightful Place in the History of American Abstraction
According to the Kemper Museum, Magnetic Fields is the first museum exhibit in the US to show abstract artwork created exclusively by women of color, hyperallergic.com by Karen Emenhiser-Harris, August 22 2017.
American Abstraction and Female Artists at National Museum of Women in the Arts
blouinartinfo.com, August 21 2017.
Kemper Museum’s “Magnetic Fields” Exhibition Highlights Abstractions by Women Artists of Color, kcstudio.org by Elisabeth Kirsch, June 30 2017.
New Orleans Museum of Art Purchases Wood Pictures for Permanent Collection, on view March 2017
NEW at NOMA: Recent Acquisitions in Modern and Contemporary Art, Noma.org
Magnetic Fields, Group Exhibition at Kemper Museum, Receives Warhol Foundation Grant
Kemper Museum awarded $50,000 grant from The Andy Warhol Foundation, Kemperart.org
Art Papers Creates Limited Edition Thompson Print for 40th Anniversary, For Sale
Art Papers Premieres Three Limited Edition Artworks, Artpapers.org
SCAD Museum of Art Exhibition "Resonance" Reviewed in Burnaway
Art Review : The Stellar Impact of Mildred Thompson, at SCAD Museum, Burnaway.org
Melissa Messina lectures about Mildred Thompson at the Arkansas Arts Center
Arkansas Arts Center Lecture & late Night 2016, AarkansasArtsCenter.org
MILDRED THOMPSON: RESONANCE, SELECTED WORKS FROM THE 1990S
SCAD Museum of Art presents solo exhibition 2016, SCADMOA.org
10 February 2015, Burnaway.org by Melissa Messina
Review: Carlos Museum’s “Creating Matter”samples Mildred Thompson’s imagery, thought
28 January 2015, ArtsAtl.com by Jerry Cullum
Review: Creating Matter: The Prints of Mildred Thompson
Art Papers Magazine by Dan Weiskopf
Mildred Thompson: Making the Invisible Visible
2013, Artwriters.org, Creative Capital : Warhol Foundation
Mildred Thompson: African American Artist in Exile
2013, Emory.edu by Rebecca Sherman
1997, The Jacksonville Museum of Contemporary Art, Forward by Henry Hood Robert Jr. (pdf)