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Judy Chicago

Nonfiction

Interviewed by: Karen Rosica

Catalog Number: 19990303

As an artist, writer, feminist and intellectual, Judy Chicago has made an impact on art and culture. Her renowned exhibit, The Dinner Party, which portrays a symbolic history of women in western civilization, has toured the world and has brought her both intense criticism and praise.  In this interview by Karen Rosica, Chicago talks about her struggles and reads from her autobiographical book, Beyond the Flower

| Subject Matter: Feminism, Women's History, Art | Interview Year: 1999 | Genre: Nonfiction |

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