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Rachel Lachowicz

Faculty, MA Art Business + Fine Art, Los Angeles

Rachel Lachowicz is a Los Angeles-based artist, associate professor of studio art, and chair of Claremont Graduate University’s Art Department. She is known for turning her witty eye on the male-centric world of Modernism and for making radical incursions into the canon of art history by reconfiguring famous works. She falls under a multitude of headings: feminist, appropriationist, post-minimalist, conceptual artist, and conceptual sculptor. Labels aside, her work has contributed to a ground-breaking reconceptualization of the feminist position.

Rachel Lachowicz
  • Selected Works

    Selected Works

    True Colors. 2016. Solo exhibition. Prescott, AZ: Prescott College Art Gallery.

    “Portfolio: Material Specificity and the Index of the Feminine.” Art Journal 72, no. 4 (2013): 30–33.

    Solo exhibitions. 2013, 2010, 2005. Santa Monica, CA: Shoshana Wayne Gallery.

    “Material Specificity & the Index of the Feminine.” Conference presentation. New York: College Art Association. 2013.

    “Cell: Interlocking Construction.” 2010. Plexiglas and cosmetic compound. 144 x 125 x 53. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

    “Sculpture as Strategy, Methodology vs. Medium.” Conference presentation. San Francisco, CA: ReModel, Sculpture Education Now at CCA. 2012.