Visual Art
of Faith Ringgold
Black Arts Movement
Hank Williams
Fall 2013
Images from Ringgold’s
“American People” series
(1963-1967)
Faith Ringgold,
Between Friends.
(1963)
American People Series #1
Faith Ringgold,
Mr. Charlie. (1964)
American People Series #6
Faith Ringgold,
The In Crowd.
(1964)
American People Series #8
Faith Ringgold.
Cocktail Party
(1964)
American People Series #7
Faith Ringgold, The Flag is Bleeding. 1967
American People Series # 18
Faith Ringgold, Die. (1967)
American People Series # 20
Images from Ringgold’s
“Black Light” series (19671969)
Faith Ringgold, Red, White, Black, Nigger. (1969)
Black Light Series #8
Faith Ringgold,
Black Art Poster.
(1969)
Black Light Series #4
Faith Ringgold,
Love Black Life.
(1969)
Black Light Series
Faith Ringgold, Flag for the Moon: Die Nigger. (1969)
Black Light Series #8
Ringgold’s Political Posters
Faith Ringgold,
Committee to
Defend the
Panthers.
(1970)
Faith Ringgold,
Woman
Freedom Now.
(1971)
Ringgold’s For the Woman’s
House (1971). Installation at
Riker’s Island’s Women’s
House of Detention
Faith Ringgold, For the Women. 1971
All artwork copyrighted by Faith Ringold
Reproduced under Fair Use for educational purposes
The copyright holder retains a...
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    1. 1. Visual Art of Faith Ringgold Black Arts Movement Hank Williams Fall 2013
    2. 2. Images from Ringgold’s “American People” series (1963-1967)
    3. 3. Faith Ringgold, Between Friends. (1963) American People Series #1
    4. 4. Faith Ringgold, Mr. Charlie. (1964) American People Series #6
    5. 5. Faith Ringgold, The In Crowd. (1964) American People Series #8
    6. 6. Faith Ringgold. Cocktail Party (1964) American People Series #7
    7. 7. Faith Ringgold, The Flag is Bleeding. 1967 American People Series # 18
    8. 8. Faith Ringgold, Die. (1967) American People Series # 20
    9. 9. Images from Ringgold’s “Black Light” series (19671969)
    10. 10. Faith Ringgold, Red, White, Black, Nigger. (1969) Black Light Series #8
    11. 11. Faith Ringgold, Black Art Poster. (1969) Black Light Series #4
    12. 12. Faith Ringgold, Love Black Life. (1969) Black Light Series
    13. 13. Faith Ringgold, Flag for the Moon: Die Nigger. (1969) Black Light Series #8
    14. 14. Ringgold’s Political Posters
    15. 15. Faith Ringgold, Committee to Defend the Panthers. (1970)
    16. 16. Faith Ringgold, Woman Freedom Now. (1971)
    17. 17. Ringgold’s For the Woman’s House (1971). Installation at Riker’s Island’s Women’s House of Detention
    18. 18. Faith Ringgold, For the Women. 1971
    19. 19. All artwork copyrighted by Faith Ringold Reproduced under Fair Use for educational purposes The copyright holder retains all reproduction rights See http://www.faithringgold.com
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