FAITH RINGGOLD: The 70’s on view October 25 through December 22
October 25, 2018: ACA Galleries, 529 West 20th Street, in the gallery district hosted an opening reception for Faith Ringgold: The 70s, a solo exhibition featuring Ringgold’s soft sculpture, tankas, political posters and abstractions, which will be on view through December 22. The artist herself was at the opening and will be at ACA Galleries from 1-4pm every Saturday from November 17 through December 15. Stop by to meet the artist and view works that have rarely seen. Much of this body of work has never been exhibited.
Known for her oil paintings from the 1960s and her narrative story quilts, this exhibition explores a decade of work that reflects Ringgold’s political activism and her personal story within the context of the women’s movement. Faith Ringgold, born 1930 in Harlem, is an artist, writer, activist and teacher. She is a role model for artists, as well scholars, and continues to influence and inspire others. Faith is one of a very few black women, who helped galvanize the Black and Feminist Art movements of the 1970. This exhibition is an in depth look at that vital period.
ACA Galleries is open Tuesday through Saturday from 11am – 6pm, and on Sunday & Monday by appointment. Call 212-206-8080 or firstname.lastname@example.org
A Related Event: Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling: FAITH RINGGOLD SOLO EXHIBTLION October 18, 2018 through March 31, 2019 at 898 Saint Nicholas Avenue in Harlem.