Feminism Is: Judy Chicago — Creating Art and Controversy

November 6, 2017

Judy Chicago was perhaps the best known second wave feminist artist.  Her work was both political and controversial. In her masterpiece, The Dinner Party, she took needlepoint and china painting, two forms of artistic expression that were considered “only” women’s crafts, and elevated them to the realm of fine art.

Forty years later, Judy Chicago is still creating art.  Catch up with Chicago by reading this wide-ranging interview on The Art Newspaper website.

 

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