The vibrant art of Faith Ringgold
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The vibrant art of Faith Ringgold

With work rooted in civil rights and gender equity, Faith Ringgold is a mainstay in the American art scene.
an image of three people playing music on a red and blue background with words written below
Faith Ringgold, "You Put the Devil in Me" (2004) | PAFA - Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
an art work with sunflowers and buildings in the background, including two women
Faith Ringgold | The Sunflowers Quilting Bee at Arles (1996) | Available for Sale | Artsy
an image of a painting with people playing instruments
Faith Ringgold - NOMEN: American Women Artists from 1945 to Today New York Monday, June 17, 2019 | Phillips
an art work with people walking across the bridge
FAITH RINGGOLD (1930 ) Double Dutch on the Golden Gate B 2409 94 715832
a woman sitting at a table in front of paintings
Faith Ringgold Will Keep Fighting Back (Published 2020)
a large group of people standing next to each other in front of a flag made out of photos
50 Years of Celebrating Black Beauty and Culture: Faith Ringgold
a painting of people playing instruments on a red and blue background with an image of a woman in a yellow dress
‘Everything She Takes Becomes Hers’: A Look Back at Faith Ringgold’s ‘Compelling, Singular Vision’
an image of a painting with flowers and birds in the background on a piece of cloth
Meet a Fabulous Fiber Artist: Faith Ringgold - Suzy Quilts
American People, Black Light: Faith Ringgold’s Paintings of the 1960s | Exhibition | NMWA Norman Foster, Faith Ringgold Art, Black Women Artists, Faith Ringgold, African Sculptures, African American Artist, Hieronymus Bosch, Art Africain, New Museum
American People, Black Light: Faith Ringgold’s Paintings of the 1960s | Exhibition | NMWA
a quilted wall hanging with an image of a cityscape in the background
Art, Activism and Protest: The Arresting Imagery of Faith Ringgold
an older woman wearing glasses and a yellow head scarf stands in front of colorful paintings
The quilts that made America quake: how Faith Ringgold fought the power with fabric