Embroidering our heritage: the dinner party needlework

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Anchor Books, 1980 - Crafts & Hobbies - 287 pages
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I had the good fortune to acquire this commemorative volume at the 1996 showing of Judy Chicago's "Dinner Party" in Los Angeles. The room-sized artwork itself is intended to describe the struggle of ... Read full review

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The Runners as Symbols
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From the Beginning of Christianity
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From the American Revolution
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About the author (1980)

Many consider Judy Chicago one of the most influential artists of the last fifty years. The impact of her work extends throughout the international art, feminist, literary communities -- and beyond. Her majestic 1979 installation The Dinner Party is recognized as a masterpiece of the twentieth century. Chicago has authored seven books including Through the Flower. Chicago lives with her husband, photographer Donald Woodman, and their numerous feline companions in Belen, New Mexico