Click here to view catalog Body and Soul By Dr. Kathy Battista “I wanted to translate particular experiences into universal observations.” (Judy Chicago) Judy Chicago’s practice has shown an abiding fixation on the body in the broadest of terms. Whether in abstracted metaphors, such as the butterfly vaginal imagery found in The Dinner Party plates, Pasadena Lifesavers, and some images from the Birth Project series, or more straightforward depiction as in PowerPlay or the Holo
Face Lift, 2013, Cast glass and lacquered bronze, 13 1/2 ” x 6” x 9”, Photo by Donald Woodman JUDY CHICAGO
June 14 - July 26, 2014
Public Opening Reception: Saturday, June 14, 2:00 - 5:00 PM
Artist Gallery Talk with Judy Chicago and Dr. Kathy Battista:
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Judy Chicago greets Queen Sonja of Norway at her exhibition at Oslo Fine Art Society Judy Chicago: Deflowered May 25 - June 30, 2013
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HuffPost Arts&Culture is celebrating Women's History Month with the help of our favorite artists -- female artists, of course. Every day of March we're rolling out a new key player in the art world with a playing card... Get it? Print them out for your own amazing (although probably a bit flimsy) card deck or use them to stay fresh on your favorite women in art. In order to celebrate Day One, we've decided to go big with our favorite feminist artist and lover of great dinner
David Richard Gallery in Santa Fe, NM. consistently acts as host to various exhibitions and interesting events. This week, we’ve asked David Eichholtz and Richard Barger to write a little about some of their most recent happenings. Enjoy! DAVID RICHARD GALLERY SHOWS David Richard Gallery is featuring two solo textile exhibitions, Judy Chicago, Woven and Stitched and June Wayne, The Tapestries: Forces of Nature and Beyond, through March 23 in Santa Fe, NM, www.DavidRichardGall
David Richard Gallery is pleased to present, Woven and Stitched, a solo exhibition of selected textiles by artist Judy Chicago that were created from 1983 through 2000 and part of Birth Project and Resolutions for the Millennium: A Stitch In Time. These works examine not only our birth, but how we can live as human beings in a global community by taking a new look at old proverbs and words of wisdom—a thought provoking collection of powerful images and texts. Chicago’s femini
Judy Chicago, Do A Good Turn, 2000,
Reverse applique, quilting, and embroidery on fabric, 52" x 52" (Photo by: Donald Woodman) FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: JUDY CHICAGO Woven and Stitched February 22 – March 23, 2013 Opening Reception: Friday, February 22, 5:00—7:00 PM Lectures and Discussions on Tapestries and Textiles: Saturday, February 23, 2:00—4:00 PM David Richard Gallery Railyard Arts District 544 South Guadalupe Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501 p 505-983-9555 | f 505-983-1284 ww
Deborah Remington, Dorset, 1972, Oil on canvas, 91" x 87" Deborah Remington was one of America's most enigmatic contemporary painters. Evolving out of Bay Area abstract expressionism, Remington had developed an inimitable and impossible-to-classify imagery, and technique to go with it, by time she moved to New York in the 1960s. Her forms are at once organic and geometric, erratic and heraldic, hard-edged and sensuous, gemlike and fleshy, seductive and frightening. Luminous,
Judy Chicago at the Sublime Environment performance, 2012 (Judy Chicago at the Sublime Environment performance, 2012 (Photo by Donald Woodman) Judy Chicago talks to IBTimes UK about the state of radical art and the challenges punk feminist band pose to Russian bigotry The founder of Feminist Art, Judy Chicago, who has influenced women artists over five decades, holds a clear view of the Pussy Riot punk collective. "Their performance was sweet, naive and admirable in a society
Judy Chicago, Accident Drawings, 1986, Mixed Media On Rag Paper, 22" x 30" (Photo by Donald Woodman) LONDON.- Judy Chicago is an artist, writer and activist whose work set the agenda for women's art over the past five decades. A pioneering force who came to prominence in the late 1960's and early 1970's, she helped re-shape the male-dominated art landscape by creating innovative work from a woman's perspective - reacting to social and political injustice during revolutionary
Judy Chicago, In the Shadow of the Handgun, 1983, Sprayed acrylic and oil on canvas, 108" x 144" (Photo by: Donald Woodman) The exhibition title invites us to ReView Judy Chicago’s PowerPlay, but for many of us it’s our first time. Originally exhibited in New York City, in 1986, and greeted with silence, the works—with only a few exceptions—have been stored in Belen, New Mexico, ever since. Created between 1982 and 1986 in a gallery on Santa Fe’s Canyon Road, PowerPlay is at
July 7th at St. Francis Auditorium found artist Judy Chicago sharing a stage with art historian and queer theorist Jonathan D. Katz, to discuss a body of her work that she began in 1982 and had not shown publicly in more than three decades before the current exhibit, ReViewing PowerPlay, went on view at David Richard Gallery in Santa Fe, June 29th. (Through August 11.) The painting above sold to a major US collector of feminist art last week, for $300,000. Judy Chicago, Cripp
Click here to view catalog Judy Chicago’s PowerPlay and the Irony of Masculinity Jonathan D. Katz Judy Chicago had lousy timing when she first exhibited her monumental series PowerPlay in 1986. By this point, she could claim perhaps the most sustained and committed practice of an art of social protest in all of American art. Yet the series was greeted with something that was entirely new to Chicago’s very public career: silence. As the artist herself noted in the second volum
Judy Chicago, Crippled by the Need to Control / Blind Individuality, 1983, Sprayed acrylic and oil on canvas, 108" x 72"
Photo by Donald Woodman JUDY CHICAGO ReViewing PowerPlay June 29 – August 11, 2012 Opening reception: Friday, July 6, 5:00-7:00 PM David Richard Gallery 544 South Guadalupe Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501 p 505-983-9555 | f 505-983-1284 www.DavidRichardGallery.com David Richard Gallery is pleased to present ReViewing PowerPlay, a solo exhibition that re-present
Judy Chicago, Driving the World to Destruction, 1985, Acrylic and oil on Belgian Linen, 108" x 168" Click here to view the article Sacramento, California.- The Crocker Art Museum will present a career-spanning exhibition of the work of artist and feminist Judy Chicago in “Surveying Judy Chicago: 1970–2010.” Chicago’s convention-shattering approach to provocative themes and diverse media is explored in this exhibit of 29 works. The exhibition will be on view at the Crocker fro
Palm Springs, California.- Hampton Expo Group announces the Palm Springs Fine Art Fair, a sparkling new addition to its growing family of art fairs, from February 17th through February 19th, at the Palm Springs Convention Center. Featuring more than fifty top international art galleries exhibiting more than 2,000 carefully-culled works of post-war and contemporary art, the Palm Springs Fine Art Fair appeals to the sophisticated collector and casual fan alike. Punctuated by an
Sun Garden, 1971, Sprayed acrylic on acrylic, 96" x 96"
Find It In You Heart, 2000, Paint, embroidery and Japanese gold embroidery on Wood, 78" x 50" x 38"
Into The Darkness, 2009, Lithograph on paper, 24" x 24"
Grand Flaming Fist, 2007, Etching and glass paint on cast glass, 20 3/4 x 6 1/2 x 7 1/2"
Photos by Donald Woodman JUDY CHICAGO
Palm Springs Fine Art Fair
Palm Springs Convention Center
February 16-19, 2012
David Richard Contemporary