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Judy Cohen Chicago Art

American, b. 1939
Judy Chicago (born 1939) is an American feminist artist, art educator, and writer known for her large collaborative art installation pieces about birth and creation images, which examine the role of women in history and culture. Chicago's work incorporates a variety of artistic skills, such as needlework, counterbalanced with labor-intensive skills such as welding and pyrotechnics. Chicago's most well known work is The Dinner Party, which is permanently installed in the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum. Her work is in the collections of the British Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York), National Gallery (Washington DC), LACMA, Hammer Museum, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and Tate Modern.
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Artist: Judy Chicago
Holocaust Remembrance Logo Pin and Pendant
By Judy Chicago
Located in New York, NY
Judy Chicago Logo Pin and Pendant, 1993 Enameled pin with pendant loop in original presentation box 2 1/2 × 2 1/2 × 1/5 inches Judy Chicago's incised name and date on the verso Comes in original presentation gift box Poignant enameled Holocaust Project Logo pin & pendant based on the logo designed by Judy Chicago for the Holocaust Project: From Darkness into Light More about pioneering artist Judy Chicago Judy Chicago (born Judith Sylvia Cohen; July 20, 1939) is an American feminist artist, art educator, and writer known for her large collaborative art installation pieces about birth and creation images, which examine the role of women in history and culture. During the 1970s, Chicago founded the first feminist art program in the United States at California State University, Fresno (formerly Fresno State College) which acted as a catalyst for feminist art and art education during the 1970s. Her inclusion in hundreds of publications in various areas of the world showcases her influence in the worldwide art community. Additionally, many of her books have been published in other countries, making her work more accessible to international readers. Chicago's work incorporates a variety of artistic skills, such as needlework, counterbalanced with skills such as welding and pyrotechnics. Chicago's most well known work is The Dinner Party, which is permanently installed in the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum. The Dinner Party celebrates the accomplishments of women throughout history and is widely regarded as the first epic feminist artwork. Other notable art projects by Chicago include International Honor Quilt, Birth Project, Powerplay, and The Holocaust Project. She is represented by Jessica Silverman...
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1990s Abstract Geometric Judy Cohen Chicago Art

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Metal, Enamel

Hildegarde of Bingen, gorgeous Cloisonne Brooch, jewelry from The Dinner Party
By Judy Chicago
Located in New York, NY
Judy Chicago Cloisonne Brooch of Hildegard of Bingen from The Dinner Party, 1987 Cloisonne brooch/pin with clasp on the back and Judy Chicago's incise...
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1980s Medieval Judy Cohen Chicago Art

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Metal, Enamel

Judy Chicago poster (Hand signed and inscribed)
By Judy Chicago
Located in New York, NY
Accidents, Injuries and other Calamities poster Judy Chicago (Hand signed and inscribed), 1988 Offset lithograph on thin board (signed and inscribed by Judy Chicago) 26 × 20 1/4 inch...
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1980s Feminist Judy Cohen Chicago Art

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Almost Born (early signed/n lithograph by world renowned feminist artist)
By Judy Chicago
Located in New York, NY
Judy Chicago Almost Born, 1983 Lithograph on Rives tan BFK paper (accompanied by original documentation sheet - also hand signed by Judy Chicago) Signed, titled, dated and numbered 6...
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1980s Contemporary Judy Cohen Chicago Art

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Lithograph, Pencil

Madame De Stael, ceramic (porcelain) dessert plate with box -makes a great gift!
By Judy Chicago
Located in New York, NY
Judy Chicago Madame De Stael Dessert Plate, 2020 Silkscreen on fine bone china Signed in plate, Signature fired on bottom 8 33/100 × 8 33/100 x .3 inch...
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2010s Feminist Judy Cohen Chicago Art

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Ceramic, Porcelain, Screen

Through the Flower (iconic screenprint by world's foremost feminist artist)
By Judy Chicago
Located in New York, NY
Judy Chicago Through the Flower, 1991 Silkscreen on Stonehenge natural white paper with deckled edges Publisher: Unified Arts, Albuquerque, New Mexico Signed, titled and numbered on the front; with publishers' blind stamp Frame included: elegantly floated and framed in a museum quality wood frame with UV plexiglass Measurements: Framed 33 inches vertical by 33 inches horizontal by 1.5 inches Artwork Print 31 inches vertical by 31 inches horizontal More about Judy Chicago Born Judy Cohen in Chicago, Illinois, in 1939, Chicago attended the Art Institute of Chicago and the University of California, Los Angeles. Chicago’s early work was Minimalist, and she was part of the landmark Primary Structures exhibition in 1966 at The Jewish Museum in New York. She turned to feminist content in the late 1960s. At this time she changed her last name to Chicago, the location of her birth. Believing in the need for a feminist pedagogy for female art students, Chicago began the first Feminist Art Program at California State University, Fresno, in 1970. The following year, with artist Miriam Schapiro, she co-founded the Feminist Art Program at California Institute of the Arts, Valencia. Womanhouse (1972), a collaborative installation the two artists created with their students, transformed an abandoned building into a house representative of women’s experiences. Chicago is perhaps best known for her iconic The Dinner Party (1974–1979), which celebrates women’s history through place settings designed for 39 important women. The monumental, collaborative project incorporates traditional women’s crafts such as embroidery, needlepoint, and ceramics. Chicago’s work has continued to address themes from women’s lives with The Birth Project (1980–1985) and The Holocaust Project (1985–1993). She is a prolific lecturer and writer, and she has taught at Duke and Indiana Universities and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her numerous awards include grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Getty Foundation and four honorary doctorates. She currently resides with her husband, photographer Donald Woodman, with whom she collaborates on artistic and teaching opportunities. -Courtesy of National Museum of Women in the Arts Judy Chicago is the subject of a one person exhibition at the New Museum in New York, October 2023. In the age of "Me-Too" and beyond, one of the first self-proclaimed feminist artists...
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1990s Feminist Judy Cohen Chicago Art

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Pencil, Screen

In Praise of Prairie Dogs (19-325)
By Judy Chicago
Located in New York, NY
Judy Chicago In Praise of Prairie Dogs (19-325), 2019 11 Color Lithograph on light blue Pescia paper Hand signed, dated and numbered from the limited edition of 95 on the front 22 × ...
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2010s Contemporary Judy Cohen Chicago Art

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Lithograph

Driving the World to Destruction (iconic silkscreen, signed, #35/50) Wood Frame
By Judy Chicago
Located in New York, NY
Judy Chicago Driving the World to Destruction, 1988 Silkscreen on wove paper Pencil signed, titled, dated and numbered 35/50 on the front Included with this work is an elegant hand ...
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1980s Contemporary Judy Cohen Chicago Art

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Screen, Pencil

Deflowered (Hand Signed Book)
By Judy Chicago
Located in New York, NY
Judy Chicago Deflowered (Hand Signed Book), 2013 Hardback Monograph and DVD with Dust Jacket. (Mixed media book set) Boldly signed by the artist in black marker on the first front end page. 12 1/4 × 12 1/4 x 2 1/2 inches Unframed This hand signed monograph makes a terrific gift! Judy Chicago signed...
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2010s Feminist Judy Cohen Chicago Art

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Reaching/Uniting/Becoming Free by Judy Chicago
By Judy Chicago
Located in Morton Grove, IL
Judy Chicago Reaching/Uniting/Becoming Free 1979 Silkscreen artist proof from the edition of 100 signed Very rare! Provenance- - The Nevica Project, Chicago IL Born Judy Cohen in...
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1970s Abstract Judy Cohen Chicago Art

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Screen

Signing the Dinner Party
By Judy Chicago
Located in Santa Fe, NM
This iconic work from Judy Chicago is a color lithograph from an edition of 50. This vibrant print celebrates Chicago's iconic 1974-1979 The Dinner Party.
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Early 2000s Feminist Judy Cohen Chicago Art

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Lithograph

'Old, ' original signed print by Judy Chicago from Madison Print Club
By Judy Chicago
Located in Milwaukee, WI
In the present work, Judy Chicago turns the subject of the female nude on its head: from the Renaissance though the twentieth century in Western art, the female nude was a favorite s...
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2010s Contemporary Judy Cohen Chicago Art

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Etching, Lithograph, Mulberry Paper

“And then all that divided them merged” Banner Design for THE DINNER PARTY
By Judy Chicago
Located in Houston, TX
Offset lithograph of the design for the "And then all that divided them merged” banner that was used to promote Judy Chicago's iconic work "The Dinner Party" which featured 39 intric...
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1970s Contemporary Judy Cohen Chicago Art

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Lithograph

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Judy Chicago art for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a wide variety of authentic Judy Chicago art available for sale on 1stDibs. If you’re browsing the collection of art to introduce a pop of color in a neutral corner of your living room or bedroom, you can find work that includes elements of orange, pink and other colors. You can also browse by medium to find art by Judy Chicago in lithograph, screen print, mixed media and more. Much of the original work by this artist or collective was created during the 20th century and is mostly associated with the contemporary style. Not every interior allows for large Judy Chicago art, so small editions measuring 3 inches across are available. Customers who are interested in this artist might also find the work of Nancy Spero, Emily Joyce, and Mary Corita (Sister Corita) Kent. Judy Chicago art prices can differ depending upon medium, time period and other attributes. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $250 and tops out at $19,000, while the average work can sell for $5,240.

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