“Judy Chicago: Los Angeles” at Jeffery Deitch

An exploration of the feminist artist's time making, teaching and exhibiting in California

Vibrant shapes and colors created by Judy Chicago fill LA’s Jeffrey Deitch gallery, with its massive wooden bow truss ceiling. The beloved feminist artist produced these colorful paintings, drawings and sculptures between the ’50s and the ’70s—and the show Judy Chicago: Los Angeles celebrates the path that she forged in California. This includes founding the Feminist Art Program at California Institute of Arts to revisiting …

Miami Art Week 2018: Must-See Museum Exhibits and Programming

As international fairs settle into the city, local institutions deserve just as much attention

With all eyes on Miami for its annual art bacchanalia, much attention gets paid to the dozen or so concurrent fairs that set up camp in various tents or at the convention center. To visit Miami and ignore its own art institutions, however, is a travesty. From a roster of superb galleries—Nina Johnson, Locust Projects and David Castillo to start—and world-class museums set across many …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

60 years of NASA, life imitating art, food technology, data privacy and more

Judy Chicago’s Portrayal of Toxic Masculinity Appears in Real Life Judy Chicago‘s 1985 series Three Faces of Man occurred in real-life this past week—seen in the outrage of powerful, petulant men unaccustomed to answering for their behavior. Chicago’s painting was unveiled in 1985, but it’s clearly as relevant as ever. As Jonathan D Katz writes for Artsy, “What was once allegory is now reportage, and Chicago’s art from …