People / Lucy Lippard

Writer, educator, critic, curator, activist. Lucy Lippard received a Bachelor of Arts from Smith College and a Master of Arts from the Institute of Fine Arts (New York). Lippard is the recipient of many awards, such as a Guggenheim Fellowship, the Frank Mather Award for Criticism from the College Art Association, two National Endowment for the Arts grants for criticism, and an honorary Doctorate of Philosophy from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University. She has written for publications such as Art in America, The Village Voice, and Third Text, and has published over twenty books, including the landmark Six Years: The Dematerialization of the Art Object from 1966 to 1972, an annotated chronology documenting the emergence of conceptual art practices. In addition, Lippard is co-founder of Printed Matter, HERESIES: A Feminist Publication on Art and Politics, Political Art Documentation/Distribution, and Artists Call Against U.S. Intervention in Central America. Lippard has curated over fifty exhibitions. Consciously not affiliated with a particular institution, Lippard is based out of New Mexico.

  1. 05. Smithson Glue Pour: documentation
    Lucy Lippard, Robert Smithson, and Denis Wheeler (Photograph)
  2. 06. Lucy Lippard Walking Towards True North
    Ingrid Baxter, Iain Baxter&, Lucy Lippard, and N.E. Thing Co. Ltd (Collage)
  3. 07. Exhibition Catalogue: 955,000
    Christos Dikeakos and Lucy Lippard (Ephemera)
  4. 08. Smithson Glue Pour: documentation
    Lucy Lippard, Ilya Pegonis, Robert Smithson, and Denis Wheeler (Photograph)