Faith Ringgold

Over the course of six decades, American artist, author, and activist Faith Ringgold (b. 1930) has worked in a variety of media and modes—from quilts and paintings to performance and children’s books—to depict the beauty and complexity of the African American experience.

Faith Ringgold is a survey exhibition organized by Serpentine Galleries, London. More than 70 works on view highlight the artist’s range and include paintings, story quilts, and political posters, and feature nine works from Glenstone’s collection.


Gallery One: Early Works (1962 – 1965)

Gallery Two: American People (1963 – 1967)

Gallery Three: Black Light (1967 – 1969) and Political Posters

Gallery Four: Feminist Series, Slave Rape, and Soft Sculpture (1972 – 1981)

Gallery Five: The Wake and Resurrection of the Bicentennial Negro (1976)

Gallery Six: Early Quilts (1983 – 1990)

Gallery Seven: Change, The Bitter Nest, and the French Collection (1987 – 1997)

Gallery Eight: The American Collection and Coming to Jones Road (1997 – 2010)

Stone Gallery: Dahs (1983 – 1984)