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Selected Articles on Judy Chicago

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NY Times – What Does Art Have to Do With the Coronavirus?Since I wrote the first draft of this essay in early March, the world has turned upside down. I have revised the original text, guided by a single question: Does art matter when we are facing a global crisis such as the current Covid-19 pandemic?
Obviously, there is a great deal of art that doesn’t matter. This includes the work issuing from those university art programs that every year pump out thousands of graduates, taught only to speak in tongues about formal, conceptual and theoretical issues few people care about or can comprehend. Then there is the art created for a global market that has convinced too many people that a piece’s selling price is more important than the content it conveys.
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National Museum of Women in the Arts announces creation of Judy Chicago Visual ArchiveThe National Museum of Women in the Arts announced the creation of the Judy Chicago Visual Archive at the museum’s Betty Boyd Dettre Library and Research Center. The archive will document Chicago’s career through photographs, slides, negatives and printed ephemera. These materials span the 1960s through the present and capture fleeting performance pieces such as her pyrotechnics and dry ice works, as well as exhibitions of drawings, paintings, sculpture and installations, including The Dinner Party. The visual archive will be an essential resource for researchers. 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