Read online or download a free book: Judy Chicago
Publisher: Watson-Guptill Publications (May 2003)
By: Edward Lucie-Smith (Author)
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This volume uses works on paper to explore the career of feminist artist Judy Chicago. In 1970 Chicago launched the first feminist art program in the country, at Fresno State College in Fresno, California. She developed and championed an art that functions socially, that encourages an evocative relationship with a large public audience. Meaning and relationship were cultivated through the same methods that give Chicago an historical place as a pioneer and developer of feminist and Post-Modern art: documented collaborative process: the invention of symbols/forms to match social messages: the redefinition of female-associated forms: the crossing of interdisciplinary boundaries: the use of media and technique to match the message so that 'neo and 'old' as well as 'high' and 'low' are mixed into a non-hierarchical treatment.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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