Thursday, 10 September 2015

Judy Chicago Interview | Time Out

I spoke with one of America’s most important, prolific and pioneering artists, Judy Chicago at her studio in Sante Fe. As charismatically outspoken now as she was in the 1960s, she told me about her show at Riflemaker, her inclusion in ‘The World Goes Pop’ at Tate Modern that feature her famous spray-painted car bonnets, what it means to be a woman artist and why she changed her name.

Read the interview on Time Out London here.

Image: © Donald Woodman