Judy Chicago : [artist file]

Chicago, Judy, 1939-


9 folders.
Photographs of artist, biographical material, artwork information, bibliographies, correspondence, notes, clippings, periodicals, interviews, exhibition announcements, press releases, art reproductions, price lists, slides, tranparencies, CDs, invitations, advertisements, informational booklets by the artist, Through the Flower newsletters, pins, The Birth Project needleworker directory, The Birth Project research group instructions, exhibition schedules, The Dinner Party exhibit budget, The Dinner Party installation instructions, The Dinner Party attendence statistics, business cards, artist statements, tickets, Holocaust Project travel itinerary and budget, list of Holocaust Project Artisans, Holocause Project newsletters, zip disk.
pt. 1: Biographical, correspondence -- pt. 2: Clippings -- original and photocopies -- pt. 3: Exhibition announcements, press releases, reproductions -- pt. 4: Misc. ephemera -- pt. 5: The Birth Project: ephemera, information on the project, events, clippings, exhibition announcements, reproductions -- pt. 6: Dinner Party: clippings, reproductions -- pt. 7: Dinner Party: exhibition announcements, press releases, exhibition budget, requirements, and attendance statistics -- pt. 8: Dinner Party: misc. ephemera, general information, events -- pt. 9: Holocaust Project: about the project, Holocaust Project newsletter, clippings, exhibition announcements, press releases, computer disc.
Born in Chicago, Illinois. Works and lives in Belen, New Mexico. Nationality: American. Work type/media: decorative and utilitarian works, drawings, prints, painting, sculpture, textiles and clothing, installation art. Style: Feminist Art, Minimalism.
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Text in English with some in German and French.

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