Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art: Feminist Art Base: Judith Bernstein

Judith Bernstein

YALE UNIVERSITY, SCHOOL OF ART, MFA & BFA, 1967.
 
Selected Group Exhibitions:

CLAIMING SPACE: THE AMERICAN FEMINIST ORIGINATORS, Traveling group exhibition. Brooklyn Museum, New York. 2008. Katzen Art Museum, Washington D.C, 2007-2008.
WOMEN’S WORK, HOMAGE TO FEMINIST ART. Curator Cindy Nemser. Tabla Rosa Gallery, New York. 2007. HISTORY OF THE FIRST WOMEN’S GALLERY. Women’s Museum, Washington D.C, 2008-2009.
UPSTAIRS AND MATRIARCHES: JEWISH WOMEN ARTISTS AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF AMERICAN ART. Mizel Center, Denver CO, 2005.
THE “F” WORD/SEX & FEMINISM. Mitchell Algus Gallery, New York, NY 2004. PERSONAL & POLITICAL: WOMEN’S ART MOVEMENT, 1969-1975. Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, NY 2002.
SEXUAL POLITICS: REWRITING HISTORY. UCLA  Armand Hammer Museum of Art, CA 1996.
COMING TO POWER. David Zwirner Gallery, New York, NY.
DRAWINGS BY WOMEN. Hillwood Art Museum, National Women’s Museum, Yale University, Crocker Museum in Sacramento, Blum Helman in NYC, U.S.I.A/Europe 1981-91
CONTEMPORARY ART. Hague Gemeentemuseum, Holland, 1979. Belgium & Germany, 1979-81
THE GREAT BIG DRAWING SHOW. PS 1, Long Island City, NY 1979.
VENEREZIA-REVENICE, TITIAN’S FORBIDDEN FRUIT. Palazzo Grassi, Venice, Italy 1978.
CONTEMPORARY WOMEN: CONSCIOUSNESS AND CONTENT. Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY 1977.
HE SHOW. St. Mark’s on the Bowery, New York, NY 1971.
PEOPLE’S FLAG SHOW. Judson Church, New York, NY 1970.
FIRST INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF EROTIC ART. Lund Konsthall, Museum of Art, Lund, SWE 1968.

Grants:

ANONYMOUS WAS A WOMAN, Grant, 2007
GOTTLIEB FOUNDATION, Grant. 2000
NEW YORK FOUNDATION FOR THE ARTS, Fellowship. 1988
NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS, Grants. 1985; 1974

Selected Publications:

“WACK! ART AND THE FEMINIST REVOLUTION.” Catalogue for Los Angeles County Museum of Contemporary Art exhibition, Cornelia H. Butler, Editor and Curator, Lisa Gabrielle Mark, Editor, Essay by Richard Meyer, The MIT Press, 2007.
“ CLAIMING SPACE: THE AMERICAN FEMINIST ORIGINATORS.” Katzen Art Museum, Washington D.C. Traveling exhibition, Brooklyn Museum, 2007.
 “SEXUAL POLITICS.” Amelia Jones, Editor and Curator, UCLA Armand Hammer Museum and University of California Press, Berkeley,1996.
THE NEW YORK TIMES. “NO GUTS NO GLORY.” Sunday, Arts and Leisure, 2002.
ART IN AMERICA. “ART AND POLITICS I, FEMINISM AT 40.” Carey Lovelace, May, 2003.
THE POWER OF FEMINIST ART. Edited by N. Broude & M. Garrard, Abrams, NYC, 1994.
THE NEW YORK TIMES. “Judith Bernstein.” John Russell, Fri. April 27, 1984.
ART IN AMERICA. “Judith Bernstein.” Thomas Lawson, Jan-Feb.1979.

Selected Public Collections:

MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, NY. KRONHAUSEN COLLECTION, SWEDEN.YALE ART GALLERY, CT. BROOKLYN MUSEUM, NY. NEUBERGER MUSEUM, NY.
Of course, my work is FEMINIST!!! My work is an extension of self. Critique the men; critique their work. Being OUTRAGEOUS/OUTSCALE. New York style. I want what the men want. I’m making images that are FEMINIST, PASSIONATE and uniquely my own. JUDITH BERNSTEIN

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Images
A.I.R. InstallationFive Panel VerticalHorizontalAnthurium Thru Venus, A Thru VSignature PieceThe Dance (After Matisse)Male/Female

Location
New York, NY
United States

Contact
P.O. Box 1045, Knickerbocker Station
New York, NY 10002
United States
judithbernsteinart@mac.com

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