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August 20 – September 19, 2021 | Hung Liu: Sanctuary

Work in the exhibition may be seen 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...

March 5 – April 30, 2021 | Renegades

The exhibition is available on our site here. The 3rd in a series of exhibitions treating the role women have played in art history. Opens March 5, 2021 at Turner Carroll Gallery. Titled “Renegades,” the exhibition follows two previous exhibitions titled “Can’t Lock...

November 11 – 14, 2021 | Dallas Art Fair

From November 11 – 14, 2021 the Dallas Art Fair will present its next iteration in-person. We are very excited to be back in Dallas for the fair, and will our booth will feature exceptional artists including Judy Chicago and Hung Liu, both of whom are having museum...

Judy Chicago Rainbow AR!

Pioneering artist Judy Chicago on turning her art to the climate crisis. Her Rainbow AR is the artist’s first foray into augmented reality, recreating her iconic Atmospheres series of pyrotechnic performances in an immersive app. Read the great new article on Judy...

Etsuko Ichikawa Receives 2020 Arts Innovator Award

We are very proud to announce that Etsuko Ichikawa has received the 2020 Arts Innovator Award. Funded by The Dale and Leslie Chihuly Foundation, the Arts Innovator Award (AIA) comprises two unrestricted awards of $25,000 that recognize Washington state artists of all...

Art as a Universal Language, Part 12: Visual Thinking

Pablo Picasso – Guernica Painting is a blind man’s profession. He paints not what he sees, but what he feels, what he tells himself about what he has seen.-Pablo Picasso Art is important because it’s part of the story we tell about ourselves; it’s our culture....

Art as a Universal Language, Part 9: Art Can Make You Happy

Judy Chicago, Resolutions, 2000, counted cross-stitch and embroidery on cotton, 37 x 25.5″ As we find refuge in our homes, we realize “home” means much more than physical shelter—it is our place of peace, comfort, and aesthetic sanctuary. We find joy in people...

Judy Chicago Triumph at Dior in Paris

The January 20, 2020 Dior couture show took place inside the womblike chamber of Judy Chicago’s enormous Inflatable Mother Goddess. Even better is that the show was held in the garden of the Musée Rodin. An act of temporal comeuppance for the artist whose...

Online Virtual Exhibition | Burned: Women and Fire

Etsuko Ichikawa: Making a Pyrograph Special Judy Chicago exhibition and event to benefit Through the Flower July 26, 2020 from 2-5 pm at Through the Flower Art Space in Belen, NM Purchase tickets here. Burned: Women and Fire Artists include Judy Chicago, Monica Lundy,...

November 22 – December 14, 2019 | Suzanne Sbarge: Dovetail

About the work Suzanne says, “Some of the earliest examples of dovetail wood joinery are found in ancient Egyptian burials, places where body and spirit re-aligned and transformed. The hybrid characters in my work are similarly in states of flux, emerging from the...

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