Judy Chicago

American (Chicago, Illinois, 1939)

A prolific artist, author, and teacher, Judy Chicago has been a pioneering force in feminist art for more than four decades. In the early 1970s Chicago worked to expand educational opportunities for women artists. She developed the country's first art


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