In its September issue, Art+Auction compiled a list of the 25 most collectible midcareer artists working today. This month, ARTINFO will publish one installment from the feature per day. Click here to read Art+Auction editor-in-chief Eric Bryant’s introduction to the list. To see all the installments published so far, click here.Joyce Kozloff | b. 1942 | United StatesThe artist first won recognition in the 1970s as a member of the Pattern and Decoration and feminist art movements. Since the late 1990s, however, she has drawn heavily on cartography; her oeuvre includes a walk-in globe titled Targets, completed in 2000, which features 24 sections, each painted with an aerial map of a place that the United States has bombed since World War II. DC Moore, Kozloff’s New York gallery, and the French Institute Alliance Française staged solo shows last spring, and her works were included in summer group exhibitions at the Brooklyn Historical Society and bric House, as well as the Borough of Manhattan Community College and Vassar College. “I do see all this attention sort of bubbling up,” says Edward Deluca, a director of DC Moore gallery. “When we brought one of her pieces to the Armory Show, a number of museum people contacted us about her work.” Pieces are already in more than 50 public collections, including lacma and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Kozloff’s large-scale multimedia work runs between $150,000 and $275,000, medium-size pieces bring between $30,000 and $100,000, and smaller examples vary from $5,000 to $30,000. Prices for her largest pieces, according to Deluca, have more than doubled in the past 10 years, as private collectors and smaller institutional buyers have snapped them up. “Joyce is a first-generation feminist artist who maintains her roots and strength in her early work, and yet it’s grown and expanded so much over the years—I think that’s what attracts collectors and curators alike,” says Deluca.