Faith Ringgold

Ringgold earned a bachelor’s degree from City College of the City University of New York in 1955. She then taught art in New York City public schools and worked on a master’s degree at City College, which she completed in 1959. Ringgold’s first solo gallery shows were held in 1967 and 1970 at the cooperative Spectrum Gallery, New York. Retrospectives of her work have been organized by Rutgers University, New Brunswick (1973), the Studio Museum in Harlem, New York (1984), and the Fine Arts Museum of Long Island, Hempstead (1990). Ringgold’s work has been included in numerous exhibitions devoted to political art, women’s art, contemporary quilts, and African-American art, as well as in the Whitney Biennial (1985). Her achievements as an artist, teacher, and activist have been recognized with numerous honors, including National Endowment for the Arts awards in sculpture (1978) and painting (1989), a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship (1987), and sixteen honorary doctorates.

The Declaration of Freedom and Independence Portfolio

The portfolio includes text from the Declaration of Independence that is printed in hand set letterpress.

Edition Size of 35 

Serigraph

2009

Paper Size: 15 x 22 in, Image Size: 12 x 18 in

Full Portfolio - $9000

Individual Works - $1850

 

A View From the Studio

Faith Ringgold, A View From The Studio - Curlee Raven Holton with Faith Ringgold

In association with Allentown Art Museum

Bunker Hill Publishing

Boston

64 page book with color images. Signed.

Faith Ringgold and Curlee Raven Holton signature: $45