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Curator-led tour of “Judy Chicago: Revelations”


24 May 2024 from 10:30-11:30 am


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Guided by Associate Curator Chris Bayley we will discover a lesser-known aspect of Judy Chicago’s practice – works on paper. Judy Chicago: Revelations charts the full arc of Chicago’s career with a specific focus on drawing, highlighting rarely seen works. Several immersive, multi-media elements, including an AR app, a video recording booth and other audio-visual components, set this show apart from previous surveys of Chicago’s work.  This exhibition at the Serpentine North Galleries is the artist’s largest solo presentation in a London institution to date.

Judy Chicago has a long historical relationship with NMWA; her work entered the collection over 20 years ago. In late 2019, in order to preserve and archive the artist’s legacy, the publicly-available Judy Chicago Research Portal: Learning, Making, Culture was created and Chicago’s visual archive is now housed at NMWA. That same year, Judy Chicago premiered a new series of work at NMWA in the exhibition “Judy Chicago – The End: A Meditation on Death and Extinction.”

Tickets are free for Patrons, £15 for Friends and £25 for guests.

Location: Serpentine North, West Carriage Drive, London W2 2AR, nearest tube: Lancaster Gate

Image: In the Beginning from Birth Project, 1982 Prismacolor on paper 65 x 389 in. (165.1 x 988.06 cm) © Judy Chicago/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York; Photo © Donald Woodman/ARS, NY Courtesy of the artist

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Serpentine North Galleries
West Carriage Drive
London W2 2AR


24 May 10:30 – 11:30 am