In celebration of Judy Chicago’s 82nd birthday, and as part of our 30th anniversary exhibitions this summer, Turner Carroll presents The Iconic Judy Chicago. This is the first time to see newly editioned works, hand selected and co-curated from Chicago’s most prominent series: The Dinner Party, The Birth Project, Resolutions, and Great Ladies, along with several new pieces, Through the Flower 2 (based on her iconic Through the Flower from 1973). View the exhibition here.
Hung Liu: Sanctuary opens at Turner Carroll just a month after Hung's solo exhibition Golden Gate opens at the de Young Museum, and the same month as her major retrospective Hung Liu: Portraits of Promised Lands at the Smithsonian Institution's National Portrait Gallery. Hung's moment is here and now. View artwork in the exhibition here.
Judy Chicago is one of the most influential women in the history of art, and we're proud to present a retrospective view of her six-decade career as a printmaker. This body of work includes some of her most important images from The Birth Project, The Song of Songs, and her early Feminist works. View our immersive online exhibition and film here. View a large selection of the prints here.
Camille Claudel "L'Implorante"
“L’implorante” by Camille Claudel, widely recognized as her most important work currently available on the international art market. Other editions of this sculpture are found in permanent collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Musée Camille Claudel, and others. Learn more about this phenomenal work of art by clicking here.