Oh, Marilyn! is a group exhibition at Gazeli Art House dedicated to the 60s wave of female emancipation in the… Read More
Kanye West has asked Judy Chicago to consult with him as a creative consultant. “The request came completely out of the blue,”… Read More
The Women Who Changed Art Forever: Feminist Art – The Graphic Novel tells the story of four pioneers of feminist art:… Read More
Judy Chicago and Stanley Whitney exhibition on view at West Bund Art & Design both artists’ first major exhibition in China.
Longlati Foundation, a Shanghai-based private non- profit organization with the mission to collect and exhibit art that reflects the changing… Read More
Light Art Space (LAS) has announced the first virtual artwork by acclaimed American artist Judy Chicago, Judy Chicago Rainbow AR, which will launch today 10th November 2020.
Artists Judy Chicago and Swoon have teamed up with Jane Fonda’s Fire Drill Fridays, Greenpeace USA, NMWA and Serpentine Galleries, to launch #CreateArtforEarth
Artists Judy Chicago and Swoon have teamed up with Jane Fonda and her environmental initiative Fire Drill Fridays, a partnership with Greenpeace USA; the Women, Arts and Social Change initiative of National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) in Washington, D.C.; and Serpentine Galleries, London. Together they launch #CreateArtforEarth
In Paris, Maria Grazia Chiuri, Dior’s creative director, launched her AW20 Haute Couture collection, inspired by artist Judy Chicago.
This October, the American artist, writer and activist Judy Chicago will have a prestigious solo exhibition at Frieze Masters. Chicago?s visit follows on from last year’s retrospective exhibition at Riflemaker, her first in the UK for twenty-five years.
The book includes an exploration of the concept of Future Feminism, asking how we can move forward and unite different voices and generations to create an inspiring dialogue.
Tonight Monday 12th November 2012 Riflemaker will show paintings and sculpture from as early as 1963, a decade before the artist co-founded the influential feminist art programmes at California State University, Fresno, and CalArts which led to Womanhouse, the world’s first large-scale public feminist art installation.