Judy Chicago  (American, 1939) 

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Brooklyn Artists Ball 2012 JUDY ON MY MIND by Emily Nathan. The world's fiercest females, especially Judy Chicago, sparkle at the 2012 Brooklyn Artists Ball., 04/19/2012
“L.A. Raw” RADICAL CALIFORNIA by Patricia Cronin. “Abject Expressionism” -- Kienholz, Foulkes, Garabedian, Paul McCarthy, plus 37 others -- at the  10-year-old Pasadena Museum of California Art., 03/26/2012
ARTNET NEWS. Brooklyn Museum Honors Women Artists, 03/05/2012
Palm Springs THE PALM SPRINGS FINE ART FAIR by Deborah Ripley. Rick Friedman and the Hamptons Expo Group bring their fine art fair to the Palm Springs oasis in California., 02/22/2012
Pacific Standard Time THE CUTTING EDGE AT POMONA by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp. The Cutting Edge at Pomona College Museum from 1970 to 1972, 01/12/2012
Beverly Fishman DECEPTIVE PLEASURES by Donald Kuspit. The neuron spikes in Beverly Fishman’s new abstract paintings at Galerie Richard in New York., 01/03/2012
Art Los Angeles GO WEST, YOUNG ART FAIR by Pedro Vélez. The third edition of Art Los Angeles Contemporary, Jan. 19-22, 2012, marked by West Coast élan, brought 70 international exhibitors and plenty of star power to the Santa Monica Airport’s Barker Hanger., 11/03/2011
Pacific Standard Time IT HAPPENED AT POMONA by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp California conceptualism takes root under the guidance of Hal Glicksman at the Pomona College Museum of Art., 11/01/2011
Nye + Brown PLASTIC FANTASTIC IN LOS ANGELES by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp. The new Los Angeles gallery Nye + Brown opens with "The Lords & the New Creatures.", 10/14/2011
Art Platform L.A. FAIR LOS ANGELES by Deborah Ripley. A report from Art Platform Los Angeles, the new Armory Show cousin out West, plus a visit to Pulse L.A., 10/05/2011
Pacific Standard Time CROSSCURRENTS AT THE GETTY by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp. The Getty Museum forges a new history for California contemporary in "Crosscurrents in L.A.: Painting and sculpture from 1950 to 1970.", 10/03/2011
Summer Reading REBELS WITH A CAUSE by James Croak. Arabic Graffitti, Totalitarian Art and Hunter Drohojowska-Philp on L.A.'s 1960s art scene, 06/30/2011
R.I.P George Tooker: THE ONE PAINTING SYNDROME by Charlie Finch. Charlie Finch bids adieu to the late George Tooker, painter of modern urban alienation, and revisits his most iconic work., 03/30/2011
L.A. Rising: THE THERE THERE by James Croak. Lyn Kienholz' new L.A. Rising, SoCal Artists Before 1980 (California / International Arts Foundation, 2010), 03/08/2011
ARTNET NEWS. The American International Fine Art Fair. Plus, all about Los Angeles art with "Pacific Standard Time.", 02/11/2011
TWENTY TOP SHOWS IN U.S. MUSEUMS, 02/01/2011
ART FILMS IN TORONTO by David D’Arcy. Werner Herzog, Lynn Hershman, Julian Schnabel, Yves St. Laurent, Anselm Kiefer, more., 10/13/2010
ARTNET NEWS. Site Santa Fe Biennial online, plus Site Santa Fe’s new director, art wishes online, "Painting and Feminism," James Franco live on General Hospital, Baer Faxt golf tournament, more., 06/22/2010
>WEEKEND UPDATE by Walter Robinson. "The Visible Vagina," Superflex, KK Kozik, Jon Pylypchuk, Philip Haas, Ned Smyth, XXX Macarena, Gelitin, Damien Hirst, 02/04/2010
MAGAZINE RACK by Grant Mandarino. December issues of Artforum, ARTnews, Art in America and Art Monthly, 12/18/2009
FLESH PERSPECTIVE by Sidney Lawrence., 07/29/2009
LADY COURAGE by Charlie Finch. Leila Hadley Luce, 1925-2009., 02/11/2009
„Female Trouble“ in der Pinakothek der Moderne, München von Stefan Kobel. Feministische Kunst ist ein Ladenhüter. Hat die Ignoranz des Marktes Einfluss auf die Programme der Ausstellungshäuser?, 07/26/2008
WEEKEND UPDATE by Walter Robinson. Jane Simpson, John F. Simon Jr., the Whitney Biennial, the New Museum, Hannah Wilke, Dennis Kardon, more., 03/10/2008
ARTNET NEWS. Superheroes at the Met, Art Star II, chocolate factory from McCarthy, charity ratings for museums, more., 10/11/2007
ARTNET NEWS. Eliasson’s ice car, Hirst’s skull sold, Holzer projection in D.C., Phyllis Diller: art sage, more., 09/05/2007
FEMALE TROUBLE by Michèle C. Cone. "Global Feminisms" is a Tsunami-sized wave of distress signals., 05/03/2007
PUSSY POWER by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp. "WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution" at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles., 03/23/2007
ARTNET NEWS. Sackler Center opens in Brooklyn, International Asian Art Fair, "Imagine Peace" in D.C., lawsuit targets Purvis Young, more., 03/22/2007
ARTNET NEWS. Roma pavilion in Venice, death penalty art fracas in Austin, dates set for Performa, more., 03/14/2007
WHITE WALLS, GLASS CEILING by Ben Davis. Why are there so many great women artists -- who can’t get a show?, 03/12/2007
ART MARKET WATCH. Mid-season sales in New York, Berkeley sells a Russian, and Sotheby's vs. Christie's 2007., 03/05/2007
ARTNET NEWS. Eakins' Gross Clinic debuts at its new home. Plus, a drawing duel, Maurice Denis, John Armleder, Toscanini art, more., 01/04/2007
A CRITICAL HISTORY OF 20TH-CENTURY ART by Donald Kuspit. Chapter 8: Conflicting and Conflicted Identities: The Confusion of Self and Society: The Eighth Decade. Postmodernity from Polke and Judy Chicago to German Neo-Expressionism., 07/07/2006
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