The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens withdrew from its partnership with Desert X to host Chicago’s smoke-based artwork after a local journalist said it could endanger animals.
Curator and author Legacy Russell reassesses gender reveal party wildfires, and the gendered “atmospheres” left in their techno-ecological wake.
Judy Chicago’s collaboration with the fashion house, a runway-installation called The Female Divine, includes a woven catwalk carpet and 21 banners embroidered with questions including “What if Women Ruled the World?”
In The Shoreline Dilemma curators Candice Hopkins and Tairone Bastien offer a consideration of “climate” that spans the tangible environment to the social. Here are some highlights to catch before the Biennial closes on December 1.
With three new solo shows opening this fall, Chicago doesn’t plan on slowing down anytime soon.
Images rendered in paint and needlework celebrate the birth process, from the painful to the mythical, and maintain relevance in 2019 America. On view from June 2 to November 10, 2019.
Levin conducted 250 interviews with Chicago and her friends, family, colleagues, admirers, and critics, and had access to Chicago’s diaries and letters.
In Intimate Immensity at PAFA, touch, materiality, the sensual, and the subversive are part of a feminist lineage.
The testimonies of Navjot Altaf and Judy Chicago speak to silence, as truth does to power.
A discussion in the press between an artist and critics amplifies the weak points of Second-wave feminism.
The canonical work of feminist art served as inspiration for 11 mini-operas written, composed, developed, and designed by NYU students.
The new series of limited edition ‘The Dinner Party’ plates will inevitably spark conversations around the rich heritage of women in the Western world.