Judith Linhares

 

Judith Linhares


 
 
 

Judith Linhares came of age in the socially turbulent "take-it-to-the-streets" days of feminism, underground comics, and poetic reverie in Northern California. She graduated from California College of the Arts. In 1975, she received the prestigious Adeline Kent Award in recognition for her contributions to the art of the region. 

After participating in Marcia Tucker's seminal exhibition "Bad" Painting and receiving the (first of three) National Endowment for the Arts Grants, Linhares moved to New York. Descriptions of her history and paintings appear in the survey catalogue "Dangerous Pleasures" (1994), BOMB interview "Rowing In Eden" (2006), "Judith Linhares Weaves A Spell" (1985), and "Divine Intoxication" (2006). Her resume includes 40 one-person exhibitions.

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Exhibitions

2012

"Long and the Short of It," Group Show

2011

"Riptide", Solo Show

2010

"Talk Show", Group Show

"Turning Over a New Leaf", Group Show

2009

"About Face", Group Show

"Put It On Paper", Group Show

2007

"Seaworthy", Group Show

2006

"Rowing In Eden", Solo Show

2005

"Summer Sustenance", Group Show

2002

"Aviary", Group Show

2001

"Sweet Talk", Solo Show

1997

Solo Show

Group Show

1996

Group Show