Fullerton

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1970s

1970

Jerry McMillan, Judy Chicago as a Boxer, to announce her name change and show at CalState Fullerton, 1970. Gelatin silver print; 10 × 10 in. (25.4 × 25.4 cm). Pictured, left to right: Jack Glenn, Judy Chicago, and Alona Hamilton-Cooke. Courtesy of Jerry McMillan and Craig Krull Gallery, Santa Monica.

1970

Judy Chicago has a solo exhibition at California State University, Fullerton, which is run by Dextra Frankel. Chicago has a name-changing ceremony as part of the exhibition.

1970

Judy Chicago takes out an ad in Artforum to announce her Fullerton exhibition and her name change. Jerry McMillan takes the photograph, which features Chicago in a boxing ring sporting a sweatshirt with her new name, her friend’s girlfriend standing behind her, and gallerist Jack Glenn crouching in the corner like a boxing manager.

1970

Judy Chicago creates Campus White Atmosphere for California State University, Fullerton.

1970

Robert Cumming moves to California to teach at California State University, Fullerton.

1971

Judy Chicago creates Pink Atmosphere for California State University, Fullerton.

1979

Larry Bell is included in the group exhibition Caliornia Perceptions: Light and Space at California State University, Fullerton.

Cover of the Womanhouse exhibition catalogue, 1972. Pictured from left: Judy Chicago and Miriam Schapiro. California Institute of the Arts Institute Archives: Feminist Art Materials Collection.

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