Magistral “Dinner Party” au Brooklyn Museum

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#BROOKLYN Militant, intellectual, unclassifiable creator, Judy Chicago is a key artist in the history of feminist art in the 1970s. She co-founded with Miriam Schapiro the Feminist Art Program and organizes in 1971 the mythical exhibition “Womanhouse”. Judy Chicago is more of a researcher and devotes 5 years to her most (re)known project to date”.The Dinner Party“». She celebrates 1038 women who have counted in the culture in a grandiose triangular installation, a table set up with plates decorated with ceramic vulva and embroidery, all different, from the froufrouteuse Emily Dickinson to the venomous Georgia o’keefe. A permanent installation to discover at Brooklyn Museum.

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