The dinner party

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Penguin, 1996 - Art - 234 pages
3 Reviews
When Judy Chicago's multimedia exhibit "The Dinner Party" opened in the 1970s, it was hailed "an icon of feminist art" (ARTnews) and was seen by nearly one million people. Now, in a book celebrating the re-opening of the exhibit in Los Angeles later this year, Chicago updates the themes, interpretation, and history of her landmark exhibit.

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User Review  - Melissa Lee-tammeus - Goodreads

A beautiful coffee table book of a woman's at masterpiece. You just have to see it to appreciate it. I always hoped that I would see this art in person, but it never happened. Chicago is the feminist's voice in art and I praise her relentlessly. Read full review

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User Review  - Annah-marie - Goodreads

This book was published shortly after, if not right alongside, the first exhibition of "The Dinner Party". I found the background information surrounding this work extremely illuminating. Judy Chicago ... Read full review

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About the author (1996)

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

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