Judy Pfaff
1946–

Introduction

Judy Pfaff (born 1946) is an American artist known mainly for installation art and sculptures, though she also produces paintings and prints. Pfaff has received numerous awards for her work, including a John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Fellowship in 2004 and grants from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation (1983) and the National Endowment for the Arts. Major exhibitions of her work have been held at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, the Denver Art Museum and Saint Louis Art Museum. In 2013 she was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Video interviews can be found on Art 21, Miles McEnery Gallery, MoMa, Mount Holyoke College Art Museum and other sources.

Wikidata identifier

Q6304556

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Introduction

Pfaff explores the boundaries between painting, sculpture, and installation, often combining traditional and non-traditonal materials.

Country of birth

United Kingdom

Roles

Artist, graphic artist, installation artist, painter, sculptor

ULAN identifier

500118748

Names

Judy Pfaff

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