Judy Chicago: Herstory

Edited by Massimiliano Gioni, Gary Carrion-Murayari and Margot Norton, Judy Chicago: Herstory is a comprehensive and beguiling look at the artist’s 60-year career. A significant artist in a plethora of ways, Chicago is a champion of contemporary feminist art thanks to her infinite talent and vision. Within the 296-page book, her many works—spanning installation, painting, sculpture, drawing, textiles, photography, printmaking, needlework and stained glass—are explored, from The Dinner Party to banners included in What if Women Ruled the World? Altogether it’s an significant look at an immensely important American artist.

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