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Judy Pfaff

Untitled (Target, Garden, Lily Pad), 2001

Photogravure, etching, lithograph, chine collé, hand applied dye
37 × 84 1/2 in
94 × 214.6 cm
Edition 17/30
This is part of a limited edition set.
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Hand-signed by artist, Lower right corner
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Courtesy Goya Contemporary Gallery, Baltimore MD.
Judy Pfaff
British-American, b. 1946
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Judy Pfaff is known for working in large scale, creating exuberant site-specific installations that incorporate diverse materials like wire, string, lights, plastic tubing, sheets of metal, and fabric. In the 1970s, when other artists were creating serial Minimalist work, Pfaff, along with like-minded artists Gordon Matta-Clark, Lynda Benglis, and Richard Tuttle, made gutsy, chaotic installations full of color and life. According to Pfaff, installation projects allow her “to plunge into that spacey void and edit the chaos into a dramatic and sensual environment.” Pfaff was awarded a MacArthur Fellowship in 2004.

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About the work
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Hand-signed by artist, Lower right corner
Frame
Included
Image rights
Courtesy Goya Contemporary Gallery, Baltimore MD.
Judy Pfaff
British-American, b. 1946
Follow

Judy Pfaff is known for working in large scale, creating exuberant site-specific installations that incorporate diverse materials like wire, string, lights, plastic tubing, sheets of metal, and fabric. In the 1970s, when other artists were creating serial Minimalist work, Pfaff, along with like-minded artists Gordon Matta-Clark, Lynda Benglis, and Richard Tuttle, made gutsy, chaotic installations full of color and life. According to Pfaff, installation projects allow her “to plunge into that spacey void and edit the chaos into a dramatic and sensual environment.” Pfaff was awarded a MacArthur Fellowship in 2004.

Judy Pfaff

Untitled (Target, Garden, Lily Pad), 2001

Photogravure, etching, lithograph, chine collé, hand applied dye
37 × 84 1/2 in
94 × 214.6 cm
Edition 17/30
This is part of a limited edition set.
Contact For Price
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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