Firebrands: Judy Chicago, Camille Claudel, Swoon, and Hung Liu
July 17 - August 14, 2021
Opening reception - Saturday, July 17, 2021, 2-3 pm
Film screening of “Judy Chicago: A Revolution in Print" - Thursday, August 5, 4–6 pm
The exhibition, curated by Turner Carroll Gallery in Santa Fe, showcases rarely seen important works by each artist. It includes historic works by Judy Chicago, Hung Liu’s masterwork Daughter of the Revolution, as well as a selection of works by Swoon. Swoon’s box truck-based diorama The House Our Families Built will be on view during the opening reception for the final New Mexico stop of its national tour.
Judy Chicago, Swoon, and Hung Liu all embody the true meaning of “firebrand”, a person passionate about a cause who incites change and takes radical action. Each of these women artists overcame tremendous challenges to arrive at the top of the contemporary art world.
The combination of these three powerhouse artists into one exhibition was Judy Chicago's idea. The three have never shown together in an exhibition dedicated to their individual contributions to society until now.
Turner Carroll Gallery will also present Camille Claudel's chef d’oeuvre L'Implorante (grand modèle) in this exceptional exhibition.
View select artwork below.
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cultural revolution clocks - (sold)