[E–pub/Pdf] (Judy Chicago) AUTHOR Judy Chicago


Published to accompany a major exhibition of new work at the National Museum of Women in the Arts September 2019 January 2020 The first major monograph on the artist in nineteen years The book focuses on key works and redefines her contributions to art history through new essays an interview and art and documentary images Judy "Chicago was named one of Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People In most influential people in As the first major monograph on "was named one of Time magazine's 100 most influential people in 2018 As the first major monograph on feminist artist Judy Chicago in nineteen years this fully illustrated volume provides fresh perspectives by leading scholar. Judy ChicagoTional Museum of Women in the Arts as well as the

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of the Chicago online archival Contents Acknowledgements; Who's Afraid of Judy Chigago; Conversation with Judy Chicago; Through Minimalist to Feminist; 'To Tell of Touch to Touch by Telling' The Erotics of The Dinner Party; Gestures of Liberation Smoke and Firework Performances 1968 1974 Of Woman Born; Metamorphosis as Stasis in PowerPlay and the Holocaust Project; Two Tales of Herstoric Proportion; The End A Meditation on Death and Extinction; Chronology; Selected Bibliography; Ind. ,
S Many people know her The Dinner Party Installed "The Dinner Party installed the of the Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum but few know her other prescient bodies of work on sex "Birth Death Violence The "death violence the world and Featuring her newest work The End as well as major examples from throughout her career this fascinating elegantly designed book offers a new examination of Chicago's wide ranging artistic expression and powerful voice The book is published on the occasion of the artist's eightieth birthday and an exhibition of new work at the Na.

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