Judy Chicago-isms | Author: Judy Chicago

A fierce activist for women’s rights and against climate change, Judy Chicago defines herself best: 'I’m Judy Chicago, and I’m an artist and a troublemaker'. A leader of the Women’s Art Movement of the 1970s, Chicago also founded the first feminist art program in the United States.

She is renowned for her monumental installation The Dinner Party (1974–1979), an iconic work that celebrates female luminaries from history and mythology, including Georgia O’Keefe, Emily Dickinson, Sojourner Truth and Hatshepsut. Gathered from interviews and other sources, Judy Chicago-isms is an inspiring collection of the memorable and powerful words of a trailblazing artist.

13.3 x 10.8cm
160 pages

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