Archived exhibitions

March 5, 2014
10/03/2014 
Museu Picasso, Barcelona 
Fotógrafo: Josep Mª de Llobet 














Threading the MazeAugust 27 - Oct 25, 2015
Arcadia University Art Gallery
450 South Easton Road
Glenside, Pennsylvania 19038

The Board Room Gallery at St Joseph's College Sept 30 -Oct 4, 2015
155 West Roe Blvd
Patchogue, NY11772
Faith Ringgold Book signing Oct 15 at 12:30 -2pm


March 7 - July 6, 2014

 Brooklyn Museum
Art, Activism, and Civil Rights in the 1960s
 March 7 - July 6, 2014
(Catalog)
This show will travel:
Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College
August 30, 2014 to January 4, 2015

The Blanton Museum of Art, UT Austin,
February 8, 2015 to May 3, 2015. 
January 17 - April 13, 2014
WOMEN CHOOSE WOMEN AGAIN


Main Gallery, Mitzi & Warren Eisenberg Gallery, and Studio X

January 17 - April 13, 2014
Opening Reception: Friday, January 26, 1 pm - 4 pm


Curated by Mary Birmingham

with Assistant Curator Katherine Murdock

Inspired by the historically important 1973 exhibition Women Choose Women. A group of artists from the original exhibition will each show one of their own works and choose another female artist to participate in a new exhibition.







Hofstra University
We Hold These Truths...
April 16 - July 26, 2013
Emily Lowe Gallery, Lowe Hall
This exhibition is in conjunction with the 

Hofstra Cultural Center conference
  For their actual freedom: 150th anniversary of emancipation
Hempstead, NY  11549  



Generations, Museum of Fine Arts, 
Florida State University, 
Tallahassee, FL
May 10 – July 12, 2013

American People, Black Light: Faith Ringgold’s Paintings of the 1960s, 
Traveling exhibition organized by Neuberger Museum of Art, 
Purchase College, SUNY, Purchase, NY 
on view at The National Museum of Women in the Arts, 
June 21 – November 10, 2013

Women Call for Peace: Global Vistas, Traveling exhibition organized by ExhibitsUSA, 
Mid-American Arts Alliance on view at 
John Jay Art Center, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, 
New York, NY, October 1, 2013 December 10, 2013

Etched in Collective History, 
Birmingham Museum of Art, 
Birmingham, Al,
August 15 – November 15



November 6, 2011 – January 1, 2012
American People, Black Light: Faith Ringgold’s Paintings of the 1960s

Miami Art Museum
101 West Flagler Street,
Miami, Florida, 33130
in the Philip Johnson-designed Miami-Dade Cultural Center.
Events:


MAM Party on the Plaza, The Return of FAITH!
Celebrating Miami Art Week / Art Basel Miami Beach
Thursday, December 1, 2011 / 7 – 11pm
Hors d'oeuvres and open donation bar
Free to invited guests - MAM Contributing ($250) and above-level members,
MAM Contemporaries and invited guests



September 2010 – September 2012
Infinite Mirror: Images of American Identity
Art Train and International Arts and Artists, Inc.
infinite mirror traveling exhibition


February 8, 2012 - June 30, 2012
Magical Visions: multiple directions by African American artists



University of Delaware

Guest-curated by Keith Morrison, Magical Visions assembles ten important   artists whose works offer cross-generational and cross media dialogues within and beyond African American art: Terry Adkins, Sonya Clark, Melvin Edwards, Sam Gilliam, Barkley Hendricks, Kalup Linzy, Odili Odita, Karyn Olivier, Faith Ringgold and William T. Williams.  Each of these artists brings a national and international eminence, and plays an important role the evolution of art by African Americans.

Working in variety of media, encompassing painting, performance, photography, printmaking, sculpture, quilts and video, these artists whose works range over the last 40 years, have added new dimensions to international art, often involving African and African American perspectives in their work. As Morrison notes, each of them has pioneered imagery that defies tradition through visual systems that are formally elusive, hence the title magical visions.”  Magical Visions coincides with the 40th anniversary of the University of Delaware’s Black American Studies program (a newly designated department) and the 35th anniversary of the Center for Black Culture.

Magical visions will include a color catalogue, with the artist’s biographies and a 6000 word essay by Keith Morrison. Programming is also being planned by the gallery.

The exhibition will be installed in the University of Delaware’s Mechanical hall gallery and will occur from February 8 through June 30, 2012



May 21, 2010 – September 12, 2010
For All the world to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights
International Center of Photography, NYC





Jan 22- March 15, 2010 
Seductive Subversion: Women Pop Artists, 1958 - 1968 


Rosenwald-Wolf, Hamilton Hall & Borowsky Galleries


The University of the Arts

320 South Broad Street (Broad and Pine Streets)

Philadelphia, PA 19102

press release

www.uarts.edu



February 4 through March 20, 2010

Two Black Women

Faith Ringgold and Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson

529 West 20th Street, 5th fl. New York, NY 10011

212.206.8080 www.acagalleries.com

ACA GALLERIES



November 14, 2008 – November 30, 2009

Transformation AGO: Contemporary Art, 1960-1970

Art Gallery of Ontario

Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Note: “American People Series #20: Die” will be on view



May 18 - June 26, 2009
A Declaration of Independence: 50 Years of Art by Faith Ringgold
A one-woman retrospective, “A Declaration of Independence: 50 Years of Art by Faith Ringgold,” will appear at Rutgers

May 30 – August 23, 2009
“Rebelle: Art and feminism 1969 – 2009”
Museum voor Moderne Kunst Arnhem
Utrechtseweg 87
6812 AA Arnhem, Nederland
t +31(0)26 377 53 00
f +31(0)26 377 53 53
e mmka@arnhem.nl

June 15 - November 30, 2009
“Harlem Sewn Up: Quilted Reflections of a Community”
Dwyer Cultural Center
258 St. Nicholas Avenue @ 123rd St New York, New York
The opening reception will take place on Monday, June 15 from 7 – 9 pm
“Feminist Series #18/20: Mr. Black Man Watch Your Step” will be included in the exhibition

August 1 -31, 2009
2009 Incheon Women Artists' Biennale
34-5 Jeon-dong Jung-gu Incheon, 400-190 Korea
Tel.032-772-7727 Fax.032-772-7274
• Opening Ceremony: August 1, 2009
• Closing Ceremony: August 31, 2009
Tar Beach 2 & Subway Graffiti #2

WACK July 16, 2007;
The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA,
152 N. Central Ave., downtown Los Angeles (213) 626-6222 Reviews and Press
 Review by Robert Pincus Review by Robert Pincus


Marks Made: Prints by American Women Artists 

from the 1960s to the Present
October 17, 2015 - January 24, 2016
Museum of Fine Arts 
St. Petersburg, Florida


Jan 31 - April 15, 2011




The Art of Faith Ringgold: Story Quilts and Freedom Quests
SCAD Museum of Art
227 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd
Savannah, Ga

February 3, 2011 - March 6, 2011
Our Nation's Generations: The New Beginnings Family, 
Capturing Family History Today
Fairfield Museum and History Center
370 Beach Road
Fairfiels, CT 06823
201 255-2716




Picasso.Mania 

October 7, 2015 - February 29, 2016
The Grand Palais
Paris, France
http://www.grandpalais.fr/en/event/picassomania


Faith Ringgold News


Harlem Renaissance Party
Faith Ringgold's 16th book, Harlem Renaissance Party, written and illustrated by the artist, will be released by Harper Collins in January 2015.







                         

Sept 11, 2014 at 6:30pm 
The Phillips Collection 
Washington, DC
Anne Monahan, 2014-2015 Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for the Study of Modern Art and the George Washington University, discusses Faith Ringgold’sDie, a mural-scale painting of interracial violence that she made in the wake of the 1967 riots for her first solo show in Manhattan.
Reservations


RECENT MUSEUM ACQUISITIONS
1. Perez Art Museum Miami, FL: Black Light Series #1: Big Black, 1967, oil on canvas

2. Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, MA: The Judson 3, 1970, offset silkscreen

3. Whitney Museum of American Art, NY: United States of Attica, 1971, offset silkscreen

4. Whitney Museum of American Art, NY: Women Free Angela, 1971, paper collage

5. Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Brooklyn Museum, NY: Early Work #25: Self-Portrait, 1965, oil on canvas

6. National Museum of Woman in the Arts, Washington, DC: The American Collection #4: Jo Baker's Bananas,1997, acrylic on canvas with pieced fabric border

7. Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, MA: Black Light Series #8: Red White & Black Nigger, 1969, oil on canvas
1. Perez Art Museum Miami, FL: Black Light Series #1: Big Black, 1967, oil on canvas
2. Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, MA: The Judson 3, 1970, offset silkscreen 
3. Whitney Museum of American Art, NY: United States of Attica, 1971, offset silkscreen 
4. Whitney Museum of American Art, NY: Women Free Angela, 1971, paper collage
5. Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Brooklyn Museum, NY: Early Work #25: Self-Portrait, 1965, oil on canva
6. National Museum of Woman in the Arts, Washington, DC: The American Collection #4: Jo Baker's Bananas,1997, acrylic on canvas with pieced fabric border 
7. Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, MA: Black Light Series #8: Red White & Black Nigger, 1969, oil on canvas
Faith Ringgold is represented by


Ringgold Exhibitions




WC1/P49-1967
American People #20 
Die, 1967
72 x 144
oil on canvas
ACA Galleries, NYC

Post-Picasso: Contemporary ReactionsMuseu Picasso, Barcelona

March 6 – June 29,  2014
Vernissage and press conference: 5th March 2014
Curator: Michael FitzGerald
This is the first exhibition dedicated to tracing the impact of Picasso on international contemporary art. Curated by renowned expert Michael FitzGerald, the show will explore the considerable influence of Picasso's oeuvre on the art of today.

 Following the exhibition this work will be on view at the Perez Art Museum Miami for an extended loan through 2015  read press release

Post-Picasso will be devoted to a select group of artists who have made very significant achievements in contemporary art through their engagement with Picasso. The exhibition will comprise seventy-five works selected from the oeuvres of approximately forty-two artists living in more than twelve countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and North America to present the remarkable geographical and chronological range of Picasso’s impact. 

Among the artists who will be represented in the exhibition are: Chéri Samba of the Democratic Republic of Congo, M. F. Husain and Atul Dodiya of India, Folkert de Jong and Rineke Dijkstra of the Netherlands, Guillermo Kuitca from Argentina, Vik Muniz of Brazil, and Jasper Johns, Faith Ringgold and Fred Wilson of the USA.



American People Series #18: The Flag is Bleeding, 1967, oil on canvas, 72 x 96 in.

This work is currently on view at the Perez Art Museum Miami until American People Series #20: Die returns from Museu Picasso.  


Black Light Series #10: Flag For the Moon: Die Nigger, 1967/69,
oil on canvas, 36 x 50 in.
American People Series #10: Study Now, 1964,
oil on canvas, 30 x 21 in.
These two works are featured in the traveling exhibition: Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties currently on view March 7 – July 6, 2014 at the Brooklyn Museum.  The tour includes the Hood Museum of Art, Hanover, NH (August 30 – December 21, 2014) and The Blanton Museum of Art, Austin, TX (February 7 – May 10, 2015). 

Stories and Journeys:
The Art of Faith Ringgold and Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson
 


This exhibition is currently at the Mattatuck Museum in Waterbury, CT
(March 30 – June 8, 2014). Read the Review in Arts & Entertainment!

Past but notable exhibitions


American People, Black Light: Faith Ringgold’s Paintings of the 1960s 

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