Judy Chicago

Nationality: American

Birth Year: 1939

Place of Birth: Chicago, IL

Specialities: ,


Judy Chicago is an artist, feminist, humanist, educator and author whose career has spanned over four decades.

She is a founder of the Feminist Art movement. In the early seventies, she created the pioneering Feminist Art Program at California State University and later at the California Institute of the Arts. Throughout her career, she has continued to make art a vehicle for intellectual transformation and social change.

She is an internationally acclaimed artist and author of many best selling books including Through the Flower: My struggle as a Woman Artist and The Dinner Party: A Symbol of our Heritage. Fragments From the Delta Of Venus is a collection of images based on the erotic writing of Anais Nin and was published in 2004 by Power House Books.

In 1999, she received a Presidential Appointment in Art and Gender Studies from Indiana University. She was awarded an Inter-Institutional-Artist-in-Residence at Duke University and at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, both in 2000.

She has had solo exhibitions in the United States, Europe, Asia, New Zealand and Australia. In 2002 a major exhibition of her work was presented at the National Museum of Women in the Arts. Her work can be found in numerous museum collections including; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA; Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe, NM, National Gallery, Washington, DC; Oakland Museum of Art, CA; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA; Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, CA; British Museum, London, England; Getty Trust, Los Angeles, CA.

Her seminal work, The Dinner Party,1979, is a symbolic history of women in western civilization. It will be unveiled at the new Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum in 2007 and will remain there on permanent display.

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 If I Were A Man by Judy Chicago

Judy Chicago

If I Were A Man

Susanin's, Chicago

September 20, 2015


 Study for Sc/hattered Butterflies, from Broken Butterflies/Shattered Dreams by Judy Chicago

Judy Chicago

Study for Sc/hattered Butterflies, from Broken But

Bonhams, New York

May 11, 2015


 Potent Pussy/Homage to Lamont by Judy Chicago

Judy Chicago

Potent Pussy/Homage to Lamont

Treadway Toomey Galleries, Cincinnati

December 5, 2014

$812  USD

 Submerged/Emerged by Judy Chicago

Judy Chicago


Phillips, New York

October 28, 2014

$3,250  USD

 Eight by Judy Chicago

Judy Chicago


Sotheby's, New York

September 24, 2014

$7,500  USD

 Untitled by Judy Chicago

Judy Chicago


Sotheby's, New York

June 12, 2014

$11,875  USD

 Boadaceia Test Plate from The Dinner Party by Judy Chicago

Judy Chicago

Boadaceia Test Plate from The Dinner Party

Bonhams, Los Angeles

April 1, 2014

$35,000  USD

 Evening Fan (from Fresno Fans Series) by Judy Chicago

Judy Chicago

Evening Fan (from Fresno Fans Series)

Phillips, New York

March 7, 2014

$60,000  USD

 Six Erotic Cookies by Judy Chicago

Judy Chicago

Six Erotic Cookies

Christie's, New York

March 6, 2014

$18,750  USD


Review: Pop Art Moves Beyond Male America at Tate Modern

By Michael Prodger | September 17, 2015

Pop Art, as it is usually thought of, gets defined as Anglo-American, male and concerned above all with consumerist society.That is not the version of Pop being presented at Tate Modern.“The...

Gloria Steinem, Judy Chicago, and Mickalene Thomas Ruled at the Brooklyn Museum Artists Ball

By Ann Binlot | April 19, 2012

NEW YORK — It was all about the power of the female at the Brooklyn Museum yesterday. “Women love women,” said artist Mickalene Thomas, one of the numerous ladies fêted last night. The sentiment...

From Sandra Day O’Connor to Lucy Lippard, Brooklyn Museum Honors Women Who Were "Firsts"

By Benjamin Sutton | April 17, 2012

These may be the Brooklyn Museum's first "First" awards, but they won't be its last. Feminist art patron Elizabeth A. Sackler has an ambitious vision for the Sackler Center First Awards,...


Slideshow: “World Goes Pop” at Tate Modern

By Mark Beech | September 16, 2015



Nov 9 - Dec 21, 2014

Regina Rex, New York


Jun 14 - Jul 26, 2014

David Richard Gallery, Santa Fe

Judy Chicago: Woven and Stitched

Feb 15 - Mar 23, 2013

David Richard Gallery, Santa Fe

Rebels in Paradise

Dec 5 - Dec 8, 2012

Delano Beach Club, Miami

Saturday with Judy

Jul 7 - Jul 7, 2012

David Richard Gallery, Santa Fe

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