Solstice: Create Art For Earth

Judy Chicago and Turner Carroll Gallery are co-curating an exhibition at Turner Carroll titled Solstice: Create Art for Earth, opening June 20, 2020 to coincide with the summer solstice. Artists from around the world are invited to submit artworks in all media, created specifically for or inspired by this project, that envision a better future. The summer solstice has long been a symbol of new beginnings and a celebration of nature. As such, this project is in keeping with Judy Chicago’s long and celebrated career in that it encourages new artistic thinking that can help bring about change as some of the artist’s projects have done, notably her most recent work The End: A Meditation on Death and Extinction. 10% of proceeds from this exhibition will benefit Through the Flower, the nonprofit founded by Judy Chicago in 1977 with the mission to counter the erasure of women’s achievements through art.

Call for Submissions

Create Art For Earth

Please join our global effort to flood the world with art that puts forward images of healing, of caring, of repairing, of joining together to create a just and equitable world. Use whatever spaces you have; your balconies, your windows, your doorways, your roofs, any available space. Sing songs, create performances, recite poems that you have created to transmit a meaningful message, one that can be widely understood. This is no time for abstractions; it is time to use our talents on behalf of survival. This must be a worldwide effort if it is to be effective. Join us as we attempt to change the course of history.

Upload your creations to Instagram, tag @Judy.Chicago and include the hashtag #CreateArtForEarth

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On Fire: Judy Chicago Fireworks with Photographs by Donald Woodman

Join Judy Chicago on a virtual tour of our latest exhibition “On Fire: Judy Chicago Fireworks with Photographs by Donald Woodman” will be on view at Through the Flower Art Space, which currently closed but will reopen to the public when it is safe again.

"On Fire: Judy Chicago Fireworks with photographs by Donald Woodman"


Fundraising Event and 1 Year Anniversary:
July 16, 2020 2:00 – 5:00 pm

Through the Flower Art Space
107 Becker Avenue
Belen, NM. 87002
(505) 503-1955 or (505) 864-4080

A new exhibition opening and Fundraising Event at Through the Flower Art Space. There will be a presentation by Judy Chicago discussing her pyrotechnics work through the years. Following the presentation, Donald Woodman will join the discussion for an audience Q&A.

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Agnes Martin and Me

Publisher: Lyon Artbooks (January 31, 2016)

One of the outstanding artists of the 20th century, Agnes Martin created ethereal abstractions while living almost as a hermit in New Mexico and issuing Zen-like pronouncements about her art. Photographer Donald Woodman, who shared her property (which he owned) and her life for seven rollercoaster years, takes us behind that legend in this affectionate and respectful, unvarnished and candid account to reveal an exasperating, troubled, earthy, but brave and determined painter. At the heart of the memoir is a surreal journey with Martin down Canada’s Mackenzie

River, toward the Arctic, which her “voices” instructed her to undertake. Illustrated by Woodman’s photographs, this book adds a crucial dimension to the Martin story and is destined to become a small classic of art biography.

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