CURRENT AND UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

Four Lads from Liverpool

Tate Liverpool: The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band 50th Anniversary

Mural by Judy Chicago inspired by the song, “Fixing a Hole”

Site: White Tomkins & Courage Grain Silo, Stanley Dock, Liverpool, UK,

Mural launch: June 1, 2017

http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-liverpool/exhibition/fixing-hole

Living Apart Together: Recent Acquisitions from the Hammer Contemporary Collection

Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA.

June 3 – August 27, 2017

Feminist Avantgarde of the 1970s. Works from the SAMMLUNG VERBUND Collection, Vienna

Traveling exhibition by SAMMLUNG VERBUND

Curated by Gabriele Schor

The Photographers’ Gallery, London, UK, October 7, 2016 – January 8, 2017

Museum of Modern Art, Vienna, Austria, May 4 – September 10, 2017

ZKM – Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie, Karlsruhe, Germany, November 18, 2017 – April 1, 2018

Stavanger Art Museum, Stavanger, Norway, June – September 2018

The Brno House of Arts, Brno, , Czech Republic, December 2018/March 2019

https://www.verbund.com/en-de/about-verbund/responsibility/art-collection

The Female Side of God: Jewish Perspectives on Gender and Holiness

Jewish Museum Hohenems, Vienna Austria

April 30 – October, 2017

http://www.jm-hohenems.at/en/exhibitions/preview

Judy Chicago's "Pussies"

Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco, CA.

September 6 – October 28, 2017

“Pussy Power,” Judy Chicago in conversation with Sarah Thornton

September 10, 2017

http://jessicasilvermangallery.com/

Judy Chicago's "Birth Project: Born Again"

Travelling exhibition organized by Through the Flower

Curated by Viki Thompson Wylder

Pasadena Museum of California Art, Pasadena, CA., June 17 – October 7, 2018

Mariani Gallery, University of North Colorado, Greely, CO., January 7 – March 29, 2019

Inside the Dinner Party Studio

National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC

September 17, 2017 – January 5, 2018

Roots of The Dinner Party: History in the Making

Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY

Curated by Carmen Hermo

October 20, 2017 – April 2, 2018

https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/eascfa


News

Judy Chicago: Four Lads From LiverpoolJudy discusses her mural on site in Liverpool. Click here for details

Judy Chicago, Canaletto and Marc Quinn: this week’s best UK exhibitionsThe artist renowned for her installation The Dinner Party (1974-79), the first explicitly feminist artwork to win mass fame, celebrates an earlier pop icon, the Beatles’ Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. She marks the 50th anniversary of the album with a mural called Fixing a Hole, playing with the psychedelic hues of the 60s to turn a grain silo at Stanley Dock into a colossal work of art. Click here for details

Potent Pussy // Judy ChicagoNatalie Hegert interviews Judy Chicago about her cat paintings from 1999-2004 and her long history of intersectional feminism. Click here for details

Judy Chicago on the Beatles: ‘They represent things we have lost – hope and freedom’For Sgt Pepper’s 50th anniversary, the great psychedelic visionary of feminist art has created a giant mop-top mural inspired by Fixing a Hole – a song that sums up what she has spent her entire career doing Click here for details

International Honor Quilt Exhibition Receives Regional Exhibition AwardThe Southeastern Museum Conference awards the Hite Art Institute at the University of Louisville with a silver award for the exhibition "Capturing Women's History: Quilts, Activism, & Storytelling" that was on display from February 1 - March 19, 2016. The "International Honor Quilt" is a collaborative, grassroots feminist art project initiated by Judy Chicago in 1980 to "extend the spirit of The Dinner Party". Click here for details

ARTnews: “Jessica Silverman Gallery Now Represents Judy Chicago”Alex Greenberger 07.18.2016
"San Francisco’s Jessica Silverman Gallery announced today that it now represents Judy Chicago, the feminist-art pioneer whose work deals with female sexuality and the role of women throughout art history. The news comes two months after New York’s Salon 94 gallery also said it would represent the artist." Click here for details

New York Times Exclusive: “Judy Chicago Does TV”Robin Pogrebin 05.05.2016
Judy Chicago is now represented by the New York gallery, Salon 94, founded by Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn. Also announced in the New York Times: "Jill Soloway, creator of the acclaimed Amazon television series 'Transparent,' is ... making an Amazon series based on Womanhouse, the 1972 feminist art space that Ms. Chicago organized with Miriam Schapiro." Click here for details

ARTnews: “A Few Delights at Frieze New York”Andrew Russeth 05.05.2016
"Probably the biggest surprise of the fair for me, literally and figuratively: Judy Chicago's EU-22 Earth Birth, 1983. This beauty is 6 feet tall and 11 feet long, and it explodes off the wall while also sucking you in. It was at the booth of Salon 94, which is now showing Chicago."
Click here for details

New York Times Art Review: “Frieze New York, a Visual Circus Under the Big Top”Holland Cotter 05.05.2016
"There's a beauty at the New York gallery Salon 94, where Judy Chicago's moody, spray-painted 1983 "Earth Birth" is on the same fluid wavelength as a picture by the Sudanese painter Ibrahim el-Salahi, and both gain in sensuality from the contrasting presence of tough pieces by the great Pakistan-born American sculptor Huma Bhabha and the Japanese ceramist Kentaro Kawabata." Click here for details

Temporary Art ReviewJudy Chicago's interview is featured in Temporary Art Review with insights into the exhibition "Why Not Judy Chicago?" and Judy Chicago's thoughts on feminist practice and art. Click here for details

Judy Chicago featured in French national newspaper LiberationThe title is a play on a phrase from the French revolution, "Phallus, the people will defeat you", and refers to curator Xabier Arakistain's thesis in the exhibition "Why Not Judy Chicago?", that from the beginning of Chicago's career she has been challenging the structure of phallocentric culture through her art, writing and teaching. Click here for details

International Honor Quilt in the NewsThe "International Honor Quilt" at the Hite Art Institute is being recognized as an extraordinary work of collaborative quilting, activism and storytelling that served as the inspiration for the AIDS Memorial Quilt. Click here for details

University of Louisville’s Hite Art InstituteThe University of Louisville's Hite Art Institute celebrates Judy Chicago, feminist art and social engagement this month! Click here for details

Frieze Magazine interviews Judy ChicagoFrieze Magazine interviews Judy Chicago for the Jan-Feb 2016 issue. Click here for insight into Chicago's studio practice, work that matters to her, and what changes she would like to see in the world. Click here for details

Xabier Arakistain’s curatorial statement for Why Not Judy ChicagoClick here for Xabier Arakistain's curatorial statement for Why Not Judy Chicago?, the traveling solo exhbition of Judy Chicago's work that both celebrates Chicago's oeuvre and challenges the ongoing insitutional restistance to her work. The exhibition is on now at Azkuna Zentroa in Bilbao, Spain. Click here for details

SFMOMA San Francisco Museum of Modern ArtSFMOMA San Francisco Museum of Modern Art posted this video of Judy Chicago recounting her experience as one of the only women on the Los Angeles art scene in the late 1960s and 1970s. Female Rejection Drawing from the Rejection Quintet, 1974, is in SFMOMA's collection. Click here for details

BBC Woman’s Hour interviewed Judy ChicagoBBC Woman's Hour interviewed Judy Chicago. Listen to Chicago discuss her career, her London exhibitions, and her upcoming exhibition "Why Not Judy Chicago?" in Bilbao, Spain. Tune in at minute 13:45. Click here for details

Watch the BBC London’s segment on the Tate Modern’s exhibitionWatch the BBC London's segment on the Tate Modern's exhibition "The World Goes Pop" including an interview with Judy Chicago! Click here for details

Judy Chicago discusses her London exhibitionsJudy Chicago discusses her London exhibitions, her artistic practice, and what it means to be a woman in this interview for TimeOut London. Click here for details

Studio International interviewJudy Chicago talks about her career trajectory, the continuing need for feminist art, and the way in which she hopes to spend her remaining years. Click here for details

UK IndependentA great piece on the Tate Modern's upcoming exhibition "The World Goes Pop". Judy Chicago is one of 25 female artists included in this exhibition that reexamines the Pop Art Movement. Click here for details

Chicago’s interview for The TalksJudy Chicago shares her perspective on art and gender, persistence, and what art is about for her. Click here for details

“The Most Iconic Artists of the 1970s” in Artsy Click here for details