Judy Pfaff

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Interview:
Judy Pfaff: "Buckets of Rain"
ART21: Can you talk about Al Held’s influence on your work and your show, which went up soon after his death? PFAFF: Al Held was my teacher at Yale; we met in 1971. Our first sentence to each other was this: He said, “So, you’re the new dumb blonde?” and I said, “Who are you, the janitor?” He always demanded that I not be that... continue reading
10/28/2007
Interview:
Judy Pfaff: Installation and Drawing
ART21: Did the feminist movement make an impact on you, as a young artist? PFAFF: From the early 1970s, there was a lot of talk about feminism. It was a big subject: What is women’s work? What is a female sensibility? There were a lot of things like that, which I didn’t take on. When I was at Cal Arts, I actually inherited the... continue reading
10/28/2007
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