What's New & Noteworthy 

 


"The Most Iconic Artists of the 1970s" in Artsy.

 

 

 


 

 "11 Women Artists Who Should Have Their Own MoMA Retrospectives." Click here to see the list of deserving artists in The Hufftington Post. 

 


 

Inspired by Judy Chicago's The Dinner Party, Women of York, a group of 10 women jailed at York Correctional Institution, created their own place settings honoring their female heroes. Read the article here in the Wall Street Journal

 


 

A great review in The New York Times of the exhibition Pretty Raw: After and Around Helen Frankenthaler with discussion of the work in the show, including Judy Chicago's! Click here to read it.

 


 

Click here to watch the April 9th event Judy Chicago: On Fire at the Brooklyn Museum. The event premiered "A Butterfly for Brooklyn," followed by a discussion with Judy Chicago, Kate Amend, Donald Woodman, and Chris Souza, moderated by director of MAD Glenn Adamson.

  


 

Judy Chicago inducted into ShalomLife's Jewish Hall of Fame! Click here to read the article.

 

 


 

Judy Chicago in "15 Badass Art World Heroines Over 70 Years Old" in The Huffington Post. Click here!

 

 

 


 

"Chicago in L.A.: Judy Chicago's Early Work, 1963-74" at Brooklyn Museum makes "Top 11 Museum Shows & Biennials of 2014" in Artsy! Click here to see the list! 

 

 

 


 

Finally Understood after Fifty Years -- We Heart reviews Judy Chicago's work Immolation, 1972, from the Women and Smoke Series in the exhibition "Trioceros" at Regina Rex in New York. Click here to read.