Howardena Pindell
1943–

Introduction

Howardena Pindell (born April 14, 1943) is an American artist, curator, critic, and educator. She is known as a painter and mixed media artist who uses a wide variety of techniques and materials. She began her long arts career working with the New York Museum of Modern Art, while making work at night. She co-founded the A.I.R. gallery and worked with other groups to advocate for herself and other female artists, Black women in particular. Her work explores texture, color, structures, and the process of making art; it is often political, addressing the intersecting issues of racism, feminism, violence, slavery, and exploitation. She has created abstract paintings, collages, "video drawings," and "process art" and has exhibited around the world.

Wikidata identifier

Q5921354

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Country of birth

United States

Roles

Artist, author, mixed-media artist, painter, writer

ULAN identifier

500020606

Names

Howardena Doreen Pindell, Howardena Pindell

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