Recipient of the Public Art Dialogue Annual Award, Suzanne Lacy is an artist and a writer from the United States. She has also established herself as an educator and a writer. She is also known for her work in Prostitution Notes, In Mourning and Rage, Inevitable Associations and many more.
Suzanne Lacy was born in the mid-1940s in Wasco, California, the United States of America to American parents.
Suzanne is a married woman. She is spending her days with her husband. Her nationality is American and her ethnicity is white.
Suzanne dreamed to be an artist since her young age. In 1974, she published her first art piece under the title Prostitution Notes. In 1976, her art piece Inevitable Associations made her popular in the United States. There it stated There May Be Life in the Old Girl Yet. This depict how our society views older women. The next year, she showed her arts like Three Weeks in May and In Mourning and Rage.
She also made an awareness and desire to rebuttal the invisibility of aging women with her art titled Whisper, the Waves, the Wind. Besides being an artist, she is also a writer and an editor. She is famous for being an editor of Mapping the Terrain: New Genre Public Art. She is also known for her work in several movies. In 2005, she worked in the documentary No Direction Home. Her net worth is unknown.