Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art: Feminist Art Base: PACITA ABAD

Pacita Abad and the Painted Bridge

Pacita Abad and the Painted Bridge

PACITA ABAD. Pacita Abad and the Painted Bridge, 2003–2004.

Description:
I have always thought that art should play an important role in our everyday lives, and not just be a picture that hangs on the wall of the galleries and museums. Because of this belief, throughout my artistic career, I have constantly been involved in a wide range of art activities outside my painting studio.

Medium:
Public/Site-specific

Tags:
circles, bridge, public art, Singapore, Alkaff Bridge, cancer, Singapore Tyler Print Institute (STPI)

Images
Pacita Abad and the Painted BridgeWeeping womanWater of LifeIf My Friends Could See Me NowYield to the AdventureSugar DonutsBlack and White Stones in Old Sanaa

Location
WASHINGTON, DC
USA

Contact
pabadart@yahoo.com

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