Ahead of a museum-scale exhibition next September at Jeffrey Deitch’s Hollywood gallery, a retrospective of Judy Chicago’s art and activism is now on view at ICA Miami.
The artist, author, feminist, educator, public intellectual, and founder—with Miriam Shapiro—of Womanhouse has been an essential voice in contemporary art for over fifty years.
Through April 21.
Institute of Contemporary Art, 61 NE 41st Street, Miami.
Top: Judy Chicago, Earth Birth, 1983. Sprayed Versatex and DMC floss on fabric.
Above: Judy Chicago, Heaven is for White Men Only, 1973. Sprayed acrylic on canvas.
Below: Judy Chicago, Bigamy Hood, 1965, 2011. Sprayed automotive lacquer on car hood.