Kate Millett

b. 1934 – d. 2017

Work

Exhibitions

01.19–03.31.2022
Nudes, Works on Paper 1976 – 1984
Online

Kate Millett

01.19–03.05.2022
Fantasy Furniture, 1967
Salon 94 89th Street

Kate Millett

09.11–12.12.2021
LIFE AFTER THE REVOLUTION: KATE MILLETT’S ART COLONY FOR WOMEN
Samuel Drosky Museum of Art

Kate Millett

Biography

Born in St. Paul Minnesota in 1934 Millett lived a remarkable life as a public intellectual, artist, writer, human rights activist and scholar. Although she was best known as the author of the controversial bestseller, Sexual Politics, 1970, Millett described herself simply as a sculptor who writes. In additon to Sexual Politics, Millett authored nine other books as well as being apart of several publications and exhibitions.

Millett graduated Magna Cum Laude in English Literature from the University of Minnesota, recieved a Bachelor of Arts in English from St. Hilda’s College, Oxford University, studied sculpture at the New School for Social Research and the Brooklyn Museum School all before reciving her PhD in Comparative Literature in 1970. Kate’s scultpural work has been exhibited at Minami Gallery in Tokyo, Judson Gallery in New York, the Women’s Center in Los Angeles, the Dorsky museum in Upstate New York, Leslie Lohman Museum of Art, New York, The Whitney Museum, New York amoung many others.

Millett died in Paris in 2017 leaving a legacy of much honored achievements in art and literature and equal rights for women.

CV

Press

04.04.2022
Kate Millett SALON 94 DESIGN
Lauren O’Neill-Butler

Art Forum

02.23.2022
Kate Millett's Fantasy Furniture: Our Q&A with William J. Simmons
Staff

New York Historical Society

01.20.2022
The ‘Fantasy Furniture’ of a Feminist Icon Kate Millett at Salon 94 Design shows the subversive power of pleasurable furniture.
Diana Budds

Curbed

09.13.2017
A Last Interview with Kate Millett
Rachel Shteir

The New Yorker

03.23.2016
What Kate Did
Maggie Doherty

New Republic

06.19.2001
Return of the troublemaker: Kate Millett
Maureen Freely

The Guardian

09.13.2017
A Last Interview with Kate Millett
Rachel Shteir

The New Yorker

05.08.1977
A Feminist Writer Says it With Sculpture
Ilene Barth

Newsday’s Magazine

03.04.1967
When the Sculptor's Art Crosses Paths With Furniture Design
Rita Reif

New York Times

01.01.1967
Furniture Continued

Life Magazine