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Judy Chicago

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JUDY CHICAGO JULY,20 1939 CHICAGO ILL. EDUCATION 1957
She Moved to Los Angeles to attend University of California,in Los Angeles.

1964 MASTERS OF ART 1962 Books by Judy Chicago 1975 2007 1999 2005 1996 2004 1993 2010 "THE DINNER PARTY" 1974 1979 I like Judy's artwork because Females and their success is the focus.
this piece of work reminds you that females can be just as talented Minimal works 1965-1973 Birth project 1980 - 1985 Chicago in GLass 1999- Wing I: From Prehistory to the Roman Empire
1. Primordial Goddess
2. Fertility goddess
3. Ishtar
4. Kali
5. Snake Goddess
6. Sophia
7. Amazon
8. Hatshepsut
9. Judith
10. Sappho
11. Aspasia
12. Boudica
13. Hypatia

There are 39 guests of honor represented by place settings at The Dinner
Party by Judy Chicago. Wing II: From the Beginnings of Christianity to the Reformation
14. Marcella
15. Saint Bridget
16. Theodora of Byzantium
17. Hrosvitha
18. Trotula of Salerno
19. Eleanor of Aquitaine
20. Hildegard of Bingen
21. Petronilla de Meath
22. Christine de Pisan
23. Isabella d'Este
24. Elizabeth I of England
25. Artemisia Gentileschi
26. Anna van Schurman

Wing III: From the American to the Women's Revolution
27. Anne Hutchinson
28. Sacajawea
29. Caroline Herschel
30. Mary Wollstonecraft
31. Sojourner Truth
32. Susan B. Anthony
33. Elizabeth Blackwell
34. Emily Dickinson
35. Ethel Smyth
36. Margaret Sanger
37. Natalie Barney
38. Virginia Woolf
39. Georgia O'Keeffe

Six woven banners hang in the halls, welcoming visitors to The Dinner Party. The Heritage Floor The Heritage Floor is the floor beneath The Dinner Table.In gold luster are the names of 999 mythical and historical women of achievement . Her Minimal art was exhibited at the LewAllen Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico. During the five years Judy Chicago worked on the Birth Project, she created numerous drawings and prints,big and small.And are all in different countries Since 2003, Judy Chicago has been exploring cast, fused, etched, and painted glass,She is presently working on a new series of glass pieces focused on the human head.
Extended Hand with Golden fingernails Chicago in Glass Neon Sign Weeping Fist Damaged Arm Twinned Veins Rainbow Pickett and Trinity Pasadena Lifesavers Big Blue Pink Flesh Garden Domes,(Installation view) Large Dome Drawing Hatching the Universal Egg Creation Tapestry Birth Tear Birth Joy Guided by the Goddess Logo 1945 1957 Judy Chicago Graduated with a Bachelors from UCLA Phi Beta Kappa,she was one of the few art students to be honored with this She Received her Masters from UCLA in painting and sculpture. Each place setting represent each indivisual women being honored Judy Chicago Started attending art classes at the Chicago Art Institute. the Dinner Party by Judy Chicago is an icon of feminist art, which represents 1,038 women in history39 women are represented by place settings and another 999 names are inscribed in the Heritage Floor on which the table rests.
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