SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
David Richard Gallery, Santa Fe, NM – June, 2014
New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, NM – June, 2014
Nyehaus, New York, NY – April, 2014
Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY – April, 2014
Eberly Family Special Collections Library, University Park, PA – March, 2014
Palmer Museum of Art, University Park, PA – January, 2014
National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC – January, 2014
Frieze Masters London, UK - October, 2013
Stiftelsen 314, Bergen, Norway – August, 2013
Oslo Fine Art Society, Oslo, Norway – May, 2013
The Art Gallery at the Fulginiti Pavilion for Bioethics and Humanities, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora, CO - March, 2013
David Richard Gallery, Santa Fe, NM – February, 2013
Riflemaker Gallery, London, UK - November 2012
Ben Uri Gallery, London, UK - November 2012
David Richard Gallery, Santa Fe, NM - July 2012
Palm Springs Fine Art Fair, Palm Springs, CA - February 2012
Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA - March 2012
Tom Jancar Gallery, Los Angeles, CA - February 2012
Nye + Brown, Los Angeles, CA - February 2012
Tom Thomson Gallery, Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada - May 2011
Museum of Art and Design, New York, NY - March 2011
ACA Galleries, New York, NY – October 2010
Musee des maitres et artisans du Quebec, Montreal, Quebec, Canada – September 2010
Evansville Museum, Evansville, IN – September 2010
LewAllen at the Railyard Gallery, Santa Fe, NM – June 2010
Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, TX – March 2010
Weiss Gallery, Calgary, Canada – September 2009
Rouge Concept, Toronto, Canada – February 2009
Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo, Canada – September 2007
Sarah Lee Art Works and Projects, Santa Monica, CA - May 2005
John Natsoulas Gallery, Davis, CA – April 2005
ACA Galleries, New York, NY - 1984, April 1985, October 1987, February 2004, April 2005, February 2007
O’Connor Gallery, Toronto, Canada - February 2005
Flanders Gallery, Minneapolis, MN - April 1996, October 2001, May 2004, November, 2004, September 2005, October 2006, April 2008
LewAllen Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM - June 1999, June 2001, September, 2004, November-December 2006, May 2007
Kraft-Lieberman Gallery, Chicago, IL, February 2004
PowerHouse Gallery, New York, NY - February 2004
National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC - October 2002
Works on Paper, Los Angeles, CA - March 2001
California State University, Fresno, Fresno, CA - 2001
Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, England - January 2001
R. Michelson Galleries, Northampton, MA, - May 2000
Rockford College Art Gallery, Rockford, IL - April 1999
Hanart TZ Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan - December 1997
Galerie Simonne Stern, New Orleans, LA - October 1996
Cline LewAllen Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM - September 1996
Lyons Matrix Gallery, Austin, TX - November 1994
Joy Horwich Gallery, Chicago, IL - October 1993
Nemiroff-Deutsch Gallery, Santa Monica, CA - October 1991
Andrew Smith Gallery, Santa Fe, NM - May 1988
Jan Baum Gallery, Los Angeles, CA - April 1988
Wallace-Wentworth Gallery, Washington, DC - August 1987
Shidoni Gallery, Santa Fe, NM - July 1986
Marilyn Butler Fine Art, Scottsdale, AZ - November 1986
Marilyn Butler Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM - October 1985
Parco Galleries, Tokyo and Osaka, Japan - 1980
Hadler-Rodriguez Gallery, Houston, TX - 1980
Quay Ceramics, San Francisco, CA, - 1976
JPL Fine Arts, London, England - 1975
Artemisia Gallery, Chicago, IL - 1974
Kenmore Galleries, Philadelphia, PA - 1974
Jack Glenn Gallery, Corona Del Mar, CA - 1972
California State University at Fullerton, Fullerton, CA - 1971
Pasadena Museum of Art, Pasadena, CA - 1969
Rolf Nelson Gallery, Los Angeles, CA - 1966, 1965
WHEN WOMEN RULE THE WORLD: JUDY CHICAGO IN THREAD
The Art Gallery of Calgary, Calgary, Canada – September 25, 2009 – January 23, 2010
Textile Museum of Canada, Toronto, Canada – February 11 – September 7, 2009
JUDY CHICAGO: JEWISH IDENTITY
An exhibition curated by Laura Kruger and Dr. Gail Levin
Jewish Museum of Florida, Miami Beach, FL – September 1, 2009 – February 28, 2010
Jewish Museum of Maryland, Baltimore, MD – September 12 – December 30, 2007
Hebrew Union College Art Museum, New York, NY – February, 2007 – July, 2007
RESOLUTIONS: A STITCH IN TIME 2000-2003
Curated by David Revere McFadden.
Organized and toured by the Museum of Arts and Design, New York, NY, to the following venues:
Hunter Museum, Chattanooga, TN, December-March 2003
Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, April-June 2002
Berman Museum, Ursinus College, Collegeville, PA, December-February 2002
Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne, IN, September-November 2001
The Albuquerque Museum, Albuquerque, NM, May - September 2001
Skirball Museum and Cultural Center, Los Angeles, CA, January - April 2001
American Craft Museum, New York, NY, June - September 2000
TRIALS AND TRIBUTES 1999-2000
A works on paper retrospective organized and toured by the Museum of Fine Art, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, curated by Dr. Viki Thompson Wylder
New Mexico State University Gallery, Las Cruces, NM, December 2001 - February 2002
Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs, CO, September - November 2001
New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA, February - April 2001
Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH, September - November 2000
Winthrop University Galleries, Rock Hill, SC, February - April 2000
Gulf Coast Museum of Art, Largo, FL, November 1999 - February 2000
Indiana University Art Museum, Bloomington, IN, August - October 1999
Museum of Fine Arts, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, February - April 1999
HOLOCAUST PROJECT: FROM DARKNESS INTO LIGHT 1994-2002
Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL, Fall 2002
Lehigh University Art Galleries, Zoellner Arts Center, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, February - June 2000
Florida Holocaust Museum, St. Petersburg, FL, February - July 1998
Tampa Bay Holocaust Memorial Museum, St. Petersburg, FL, October 1996 - January 1997
Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH, May - August 1996
Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Boston, MA, September - December 1995
Austin Museum of Art at Laguna Gloria, Austin, TX, October 1994 - January 1995
Spertus Museum, Chicago, IL, October 1993 -April 1994
SOURCES AND COLLABORATION
An exhibition created by the Austin Museum of Art exploring the creation of the Holocaust Project.
Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH, April - June 1996
Siena Heights College, Adrian, MI, January - February 1996
Sinclair Community College, Dayton, OH, April - June 1995
Austin Museum of Art at Laguna Gloria, Austin, TX, October - December 1994
Selected BIRTH PROJECT Exhibitions 1984-2007
The National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC, 2002 – 2003
Albuquerque Museum, Albuquerque, NM, 2007, 2000
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA, 1996
National Association of Women Artists: One Hundred Years, Organized by Nassau City Museum of Fine Art.
Toured by the Gallery Association of New York, 1990 - 1992
Museum of New Mexico, Museum of Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM, 1990
The Art Gallery, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, 1988
Multi-site exhibit sponsored by Women in Theater Festival, Boston, MA, 1988
Fireside Fiber Arts, Port Townsend, WA, 1988
Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Provincetown, MA, 1988
Northeastern University Art Gallery, Boston, MA, 1988
Worcester Art and Craft Center, Worcester, MA, 1988
Johnson County Arts Gallery, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, 1987
Boulder Center for the Visual Arts, Boulder, CO, 1987
Trinity College, Hartford, CT, February – 1987
Ella Sharp Museum, Jackson, MI, January - 1987
Norfolk General Hospital, Norfolk, VA, January - 1987
Hartnett Gallery, University of Rochester Student Union Gallery, Rochester, NY, 1987
Multi-site exhibit, Fresno, CA, 1987
Santa Rosa Jr. College Gallery, Santa Rosa, CA, 1986
Hartford Theological Seminary Chapel, Hartford, CT, 1986
Bergen Community College Gallery, Paramus, NJ, 1986
R.H. Love Galleries, Chicago, IL, 1986
Philadelphia Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA, 1986
Grass Growers Gallery, Erie, PA, 1986
Rosemont Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, 1986
Grants Pass Museum of Art, Grants Pass, OR, 1986
Alberni Valley Museum, Port Alberni, British Columbia, Canada, 1986
Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Staten Island, NY, 1986
Metropolitan Museum and Art Center, Coral Gables, FL, 1986
Dennos Museum Center, Northwestern Michigan College, Traverse City, MI, 1986
Myers Fine Arts Gallery, SUNY at Plattsburg, Plattsburg, NY, 1986
Central Missouri State University Art Center Galleries, Warrensburg, MO, 1986
Marilyn Butler Fine Arts, Santa Fe, NM, 1985
Center for Contemporary Arts, Santa Fe, NM, 1985
Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, IL, 1985
Hillmer Art Gallery, College of St. Mary, Omaha, NE, 1985
Vancouver Museum, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 1985
Multi-site exhibit, Washington, DC, 1985
Wight Gallery, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, 1985
ACA Galleries, New York, NY, 1984
Ohio State University Gallery, Columbus, OH, 1985
Paris Gibson Square Center of the Arts, Great Falls, MT, 1985
Visual Arts Center of Alaska, Anchorage, AK, 1985
Frederick S. Wight Gallery, University of California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, 1985
University of Maine, Farmington, ME, 1984
Lee Scarfone Gallery, University of Tampa, Tampa, FL, 1984
Jackson Street Gallery, Seattle, WA, 1984
Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA, 1984
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, 1984
Broward Community College, Pembroke Pines, FL, 1984
Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, February - 1984
Madison Civic Center, Madison, WI, 1983
Gallery Quan, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1983
Moody Medical Library, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX, 1983
Southeast Arkansas Art Center, Pine Bluff, AR, 1983
Multi-Cultural Art Institute, San Diego, CA. Sponsored by Dimensions Network. 1983
Artisans Gallery, Mill Valley, CA, 1982
THE DINNER PARTY
Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY (permanent housing), March, 2007 - present
Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY, October - February 2002
"Sexual Politics, Judy Chicago's Dinner Party in Feminist Art History", Curated by Dr. Amelia Jones. UCLA Armand Hammer Museum and Cultural Center, Los Angeles, CA, April - September 1996
Royal Exhibition and Conference Center, Melbourne, Australia, January - March 1988
Schirn Kuntshalle, Frankfurt, West Germany, May - June 1987
The Warehouse, London, England, March - May 1985
Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Edinburgh, Scotland, August 1984
Fox Theater, Atlanta, GA. Sponsored by The Sculptural Arts Museum, July - October 1983
Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, December 1982 - February 1983
Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, May - July 1982
Musee D'Art Contemporain, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, March - May 1982
Franklin Building, Chicago, IL. Sponsored by Roslyn Group for Arts and Letters, September 1981 - February 1982
Temple on the Heights, Cleveland, OH. Sponsored by Ohio-Chicago Art Project, May - August 1981
Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY, October 1980 - January 1981
Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, MA, July - August 1980
University of Houston at Clear Lake City, Houston, Texas, March - May 1980
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA, March - June 1979
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Brand New Gallery, Milan, Italy – January – March, 2014
Pop Art Design
Barbican Centre, London, UK, October 22, 2013 – February 9, 2014
Life is the Only Way
Stiftelsen 314, Bergen, Norway, August 23 – October 27, 2013
L.A. Woman: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
Forest Lawn Museum, Glendale, CA, August 15, 2013 – January 5, 2014
Spectrum of Sexuality
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Museum, New York, NY, September 6, 2012 – June 28, 2013
Everything Loose Will Land
MAK Center for Art and Architecture, West Hollywood, CA, May 9 – August 4, 2013
Yale School of Architecture Gallery, New Haven, CT, August 28 – November 9, 2013
Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, Chicago, IL, May 1 - July 26, 2014
Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980 Exhibitions, 2011-2012
LA Invasion, The Gas Station, Berlin, Germany, March 16 - April 30, 2012
Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A.; 1945-1980, Martin-Gropius-Bau Museum, Berlin, Germany, March 15, 2012 - June 10, 2012
L.A. Raw: Abject Expressionism in Los Angeles 1945-1980, From Rico Lebrun to Paul Paul McCarthy, Pasadena Museum of California Art, January 2012
Pacific Standard Time at the Platt/Borstein Galleries, American Jewish University, Bel Air, CA, October 2, 2011 - February 5, 2012
Under the Big Black Sun: California Art 1974-1981, The Geffen Contemporary at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA, October 1, 2011 - February 13, 2012
Proof: The Rise of Printmaking in Southern California, Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena, CA, October 1, 2011 - April 2, 2012
Pacific Standard Time: Crosscurrents in L.A. Painting and Sculpture in Los Angeles, 1945-1970, J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, CA, October 1, 2010 – February 5, 2012
Doin’ It In Public: Feminism and Art at the Woman’s Building, Otis College of Art and Design Los Angeles, CA, October 1, 2011 – January 28, 2012
Los Angeles Goes Live: Exploring a Social History of Performance Art in Southern California, 1970-1983, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE), Los Angeles, CA, September 27, 2011 - January 29, 2012
It Happened at Pomona: Art at Pomona College 1969-1973, Pomona College Museum of Art, Claremont, CA, August 30, 2011 – May 13, 2012
Ends of the Earth: Land Art to 1974, The Geffen Contemporary at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA, May 27 - August 20, 2012
Ends of the Earth: Land Art to 1974, Haus der Kunst, Berlin, Germany, October 12, 2012 - January 20, 2013
Women Call for Peace: Global Vistas
Art League of Bonita Springs, Center for the Arts, Bonita, FL, October 1, 2010 – December 12, 2010
David Nolan Gallery, New York, NY, January 28 – March 20, 2010
Centro de Cultura Contemporanea Barcelona, Spain, December 4, 2009 – January 3, 2010
Rebelle. Art and feminism: 1969-2009
Museum voor Moderne Kunst Arnhem, Arnhem, Netherlands, May 30 – August 23, 2009
So Close Yet So Far Away
Korean-Chinese Cultural Center, Incheon Women Artists’ Biennial, Incheon, South Korea, August 1-31, 2009
Universidad de Jaen, Spain, March 5 – April 26, 2009
O’Connor A Gallery, Toronto, Canada, February 13 – March 15, 2009
Diana & Actaeon – The Forbidden Sight of Nudity
Stiftung Museum Kunst Palast, Dusseldorf, Germany, October 25, 2008 – February 15, 2009
Voices of Dissonance
ACA Galleries, New York, NY, October 25 – November 29, 2008
Judy Chicago: Voices from Song of Songs
Murray Edwards College, Cambridge, UK, October 19 – November 14, 2008
Time & Place: Los Angeles 1957-1968
Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden, October 4, 2008 – January 6, 2009
Museum of Arts and Design, New York, NY, September 29, 2008
New Mexico Cancer Center, Albuquerque, NM, September 21 – December 5, 2008
Art and China’s Revolution
Asia Society, New York, NY, September 5, 2008 – January 11, 2009
Pink and Bent: The Art of Queer Women
Leslie/Lohman Gallery, New York, NY, May 20 – June 28, 2008
Wonderland Art Space, Copenhagen Denmark, May 17 – June 17, 2008
Female Forms and Facets: Artwork by Women from 1975 to the Present
Chen Art Gallery, Central Connecticut State University, March 13 – April 19, 2008
Votes for Women
Herstory Gallery at Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Brooklyn Museum, February 16 – November 30, 2008
Headbones Gallery, The Drawers, Toronto, Canada, February 16 – March 20, 2008
Pricked: Extreme Embroidery
Museum of Art and Design, New York, NY, November 8, 2007 – February 24, 2008
Claiming Space: Some American Feminist Originators
The Katzen Arts Center at American University’s Museum, November 6, 2007 – January 27, 2008
Harwood Museum in Taos, September 25 – December 30, 2007
WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution
National Museum for Women in the Arts, Washington, DC, September – November, 2007
Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea, Santiago de Compostela, Spain, September 13 – December 9, 2007
Contemporary Art Museum, Kumamoto, Japan, July 20 – October 14, 2007
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. 45 years of Art & Feminism
Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao, Bilbao, Spain, June 11 – September 9, 2007
Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, May 1-30, 2007
WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution
Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA, March 4 – July 30, 2007
Into Me / Out of Me
Kunst-Werke Berlin e.V., Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, Germany, November 26, 2006 – March 4, 2007
P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, NY, June 25, 2006 – September 25, 2006
Paris – Los Angeles
Centre Pompidou, Paris, France, March 8 – June 26, 2006
How American Women Artists Invented Post-Modernism
Mason Gross School of the Arts Galleries, New Brunswick, NJ, December 15, 2005 – January 27, 2006
War and Peace
Rio Bravo Fine Art, Inc., Truth or Consequences, NM, September 21 – November 5, 2005
Art in the Abstract
Illinois State Museum Chicago Gallery, Chicago, IL, August 8, 2005 – February 17, 2006
Waldsee – 1944
Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion Museum, New York, NY, July 19, 2005 - January 13, 2006
Western Biennale of Art: Art Tomorrow
John Natsoulas Gallery, Davis, CA, February 2 - March 27, 2005
Upstarts and Matriarchs: Jewish Women Artists and the Transformation of American Art
Mizel Center for Arts and Culture, Denver, CO Mizel Center for Arts and Culture, Denver, CO, January 13 - March 27, 2005
Ms. Behavin: Jewish Feminist Artists
Bankside Gallery, London, England, January, 2005
Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (Mamco), Geneva, Switzerland, June 8 - September 26, 2004
A Minimal Future? Art as Object 1958-1968
The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, March 14 - August 2, 2004
Envisioning the Future
Millard Sheets Gallery at the Pomona Fairplex, January 10
Salute to Feminists in the Arts
The National Arts Club, New York, NY, November 1 - 10,
Larger Than Life: Women Artists Making It Big
SusquehannaArt Museum, Harrisburg, PA, June 13
Naked Before God
The Museum of New Art, Parnu, Estonia, May 31
The Ann Loeb Bronfman Gallery, Morris Cafritz Center for the Arts, District of Columbia Jewish Community Center, Washington, D.C., February 5, 2003 - March 2003
Comer o no Comer (To eat or not to eat)
Centro de Arte de Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain, November 20, 2002 - January 20, 2003
Women Artists: Past & Present
Martin Art Gallery- Muhlenberg College, Allentown, PA, October 24, 2002 - January 17, 2003
Archetype/Anonymous: Biblical Women in Contemporary Art
Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion Museum, New York, NY, Septem
Personal and Political: The Women's Art Movement, 1969-1975
Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, New York, August 10, 2002 - October 20, 2002
From Eve to Huldah: Contemporary Artists Depict Women of the Bible
Center for Visual Art and Culture, U. of Connecticut, Stamford, CT, March 7, 2002 - April 26, 2002
Between Heaven and Earth: New Classical Movements in the Art of Today
Ostend Museum of Modern Art, Ostend, Belgium, February - September 2001
Yeshiva University Museum, New York, New York, November 2000 - February 2001
Made in California: Art, Image and Identity
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA, October 2000 - March 2001
The College of Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM, June - September 2000
Picturing the Modern Amazon
New Museum Of Contemporary Art, New York, NY, March - June 2000
The Likeness of Being: Contemporary Self-Portraits by 50 Women
DC Moore Gallery, New York, NY, January 2000
Living in the Moment
Hebrew Union College Museum, September 1999 – June 2000
Opening the Door: Women in Art
Bakersfield Museum of Art, Bakersfield, CA, May - October 1999
The International Ceramic Public Arts Exhibition
Taipei County Cultural Center, Banchyao, Taipei County, Taiwan, May - June 1998
Language as Object, Emily Dickinson and Contemporary Art
Mead Art Museum, Amherst College, Amherst, MA, March - June 1997
Sniper's Nest, Art That Has Lived With Lucy Lippard
Traveling exhibition organized by the Center for Curatorial Studies Museum, Bard College, Annandale-on-the-Hudson, NY, October 1966 - May 1998
Made in L.A., The Prints of the Cirrus Editions
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA, October 1995 - 14 January 1996
Exploring A Movement, Feminist Visions in Clay
Simultaneous exhibition organized by the Downey Museum of Art, Downey, CA, November - December 1995 (Theme, Social and Political Commentary)
Laband Gallery, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA, October - December 1995
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA, September 1995 - January 1996
Huntington Beach Art Center, Huntington Beach, CA, March - June 1995
Division of Labor, '"Women's Work'" in Contemporary Art
Traveling exhibition organized by the Bronx Museum of Fine Arts, Bronx, NY, February - June 1995
In a Different Light
University Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, University of California at Berkeley, January - April 1995
Traveling exhibition organized by the Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, California, in association with Last Gasp of San Francisco, July 1993 - July 1994
Abject Art, Repulsion and Desire in American Art
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, June 1993
Too Hot To Handle
Copeland/Rutherford Gallery, Santa Fe, NM, September 1992
Finish Fetish, LA's Cool School
Fisher Gallery, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, March - April 1991
New Mexico Fine Arts Museum, Santa Fe, NM, August - December 1990
Jan Kesner Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, April - May 1990
Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, TN, October 1989 - April 1990
Fear of Others /Art Against Racism
Vancouver East Cultural Center and Vancouver Community Arts Council, Vancouver, BC, Canada, September - October 1989
Committed to Print
Traveling Exhibition organized by The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY, January 1988 - September 1990
Traveling Exhibition organized by the Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, OK, September 1987
Por Encima Del Bloqueo
The Second Biennial of Havana, Havana, Cuba, 1986
American Art, American Women
Stamford Museum and Nature Center, Stamford, CT, December 1985 - February 1986
Art and the Law
Traveling Exhibition organized by West Publishing Company, June 1984 - June 1987; August 1987 - April 1988
Containers of Culture, Ceramics of Four Continents
Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CA, May 1984
Stroke, Line and Figure
Gimpel Fils, London, England, 1983
Creativity, A Human Resource
Traveling Exhibition organized by Chevron Corporation Pacific Science Center, Seattle, WA, 1979 - 1982; long-term installation until 2002.
Images of Labor
Traveling Exhibition organized by District 1199 RWDSU/AFL-CIO/CLC, New York, NY, 1981-1984
1970's, New American Painting
Traveling Exhibition to Eastern Europe organized by The New Museum, NY, 1979 -1980
Works on Paper
Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA, 1979
John Michael Kohler Art Center, Madison, WI, 1979
Overglaze Imagery, Cone 019 to 016
California State Fullerton Art Gallery, Fullerton, CA, 1977
Frauen Machen Kunst
Galerie Mager, Bonn, West Germany, 1977
Painting and Sculpture in California, The Modern Era
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA, 1976
American Artists '76, A Celebration
McNay Art Institute, San Antonio, TX, 1976
Women in Art
Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Canada, 1975
Women in Art
Henry Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 1972
Suffolk Museum and Carriage House, Long Island, NY, 1972
Long Beach Museum of Art, Mills College, CA, 1972
Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CA, 1972
Color As Structure
Whitney Museum of Art, New York, NY, 1972
Fort Worth Museum of Art, Fort Worth, TX, 1969
West Coast Now
Traveling Exhibition to the Portland Museum, Seattle Museum, San Francisco Museum
Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, 1968
Sculpture of the Sixties
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Philadelphia Museum, Philadelphia, PA, 1967
Jewish Museum, New York, NY, 1966
Sublime Environment: Dry Ice Environment Re-Envisioned, Santa Monica Airport, January, 2012. Created in collaboration Materials and Applications as part of the Pacific Standard Time Performance Festival.
Womanhouse, Los Angeles, CA, 1971. Made in collaboration with members of the Feminist Art Program, California Institute of the Arts, directed by the artist and Miriam Schapiro.
Raymond Rose Ritual Environment, Pasadena, CA, New Year's Eve, 1969. A street environment made in collaboration with Lloyd Hamrol and Barbara Smith, as well as filmmakers, musicians and performers.
Two Dry Ice Environments, Century City, Los Angeles, CA, 1967 - 1968. In collaboration with Lloyd Hamrol and Eric Orr.
The Deflowering of Nye+Brown, Los Angeles, CA, February, 2012
Fireworks performance at the opening of the exhibition: Judy Chicago Deflowered at Nye+Brown. Staged by Pyro Spectaculars
A Butterfly for Pomona, Pomona, CA. January, 2012
Sponsored by the Pomona College Museum of Art as part of “Pacific Standard Time” Performance Festival
Sublime Environment, Santa Monica, CA, January, 2012
Performed at Barker Hanger, Santa Monica Airport, with Materials & Applications as part of the Getty PST Performance Festival in conjunction with the opening of Art LA Contemporary
A Butterfly for Oakland, Oakland, CA, 1974
Sponsored by the Oakland Museum of Art, in conjunction with the opening of "Public Sculpture/Urban Environment" Exhibition
Woman and Smoke Series, various locations in California, 1971-1972
Northwest Coast Atmospheres, Northern California, Oregon and Washington, 1971
Pink Atmosphere in conjunction with the artist’s exhibition
California State University at Fullerton, 1971
Three-part Atmosphere in conjunction with the artist's exhibition
California State University at Fullerton, April 1970
Mount Baldy, sponsored by Pomona College, CA, 1970
Pasadena Museum of Art, January 1970
Santa Barbara Museum of Art, August 1969
Trancas Beach, CA, August 1969
California State University, Fresno, CA, June 1969
Desert near Palm Springs, CA, June 1969
Beach at Santa Barbara, CA, May 1969
Three Atmospheres; Brookside Park, Pasadena, CA, January - March 1969
Dry Ice Environment, Century City Mall, Century City, CA, 1967
The Albuquerque Museum of Art, Albuquerque, NM
Andy and Christine Hall, Westport, CT
Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR
Austin Museum of Art, Austin, TX
The British Museum, London, England
Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY
Butler Art Institute, Youngstown, OH
DeCordova and Dana Museum, Lincoln, MA
Dr. Elizabeth A. Sackler, New York, NY
Ellen Poss, Cambridge, MA
Elyse and Stanley Grinstein, Los Angeles, CA
Florida State University Gallery and Museum, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL
Frac Lorraine, Metz, France
Frederick Weisman Foundation, Los Angeles, CA
The Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, CA
The Getty Trust, Los Angeles, CA
Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, PA
Hartford Seminary, Trinity College, Hartford, CT
H. M. Dronning Sonja, Oslo, Norway
The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
Jeffery and Dorian Bergen, New York, NY
Kinsey Institute, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, IL
Lee Scarfone Gallery, University of Tampa, Tampa, FL
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, CA
Macalester College, St. Paul, MN
Margaret and Dan Loeb, New York, NY
Mead Art Museum, Amherst College, Amherst, MA
Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT
Mills College Art Gallery, Mills College, Oakland, CA
Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden
Murray Edwards College, Cambridge, UK
Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe, NM
National Gallery, Washington, DC
National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC
Nelson Art Center, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ
New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe, NM
New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA
North Texas State University, Denton, TX
Northwestern Michigan University, Traverse City, MI
Oakland Museum of Art, Oakland, CA
The Palmer Museum of Art at Penn State University, University Park, PA
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA
Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art at Ursinus College, Collegeville, PA
Portland Museum of Art, Portland, OR
Richard L. Nelson Gallery, University of California at Davis, Davis, CA
The Rachofsky Collection, Dallas, TX
Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
Spertus Museum, Chicago, IL
St. Catherine’s College, St. Paul, MN
Tamarind Institute, Albuquerque, NM
UCLA Armand Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA
University of Canterbury at Christchurch, Christchurch, New Zealand
Virginia Museum of Fine Art, Richmond, VA
PUBLICATIONS BY JUDY CHICAGO
Beyond the Flower: The Autobiography of a Feminist Artist. New York: Viking/Penguin, 1996.
Birth Project. New York: Doubleday/Anchor, 1985.
Chicago, Judy and Edward Lucie-Smith. Women and Art: Contested Territory. New York: Watson-Guptill, 1999.
Chicago, Judy and Frances Borzello. Face to Face: Frida Kahlo. New York: Prestel Publishers, 2010.
The Dinner Party from Creation to Preservation. London: Merrell Publishers, 2007
The Dinner Party. New York: Viking/Penguin, 1996.
The Dinner Party: A Symbol of Our Heritage. New York: Doubleday/Anchor, 1979.
Embroidering Our Heritage: The Dinner Party Needlework. New York: Doubleday/Anchor, 1980.
Fragments From The Delta of Venus. New York: powerHouse, 2004.
Holocaust Project: From Darkness into Light. New York: Viking/Penguin, 1993.
Judy Chicago: The Dinner Party. Germany: Atheneum, 1987.
Kitty City: A Feline Book of Hours. New York: Harper Design International, 2005.
Through the Flower: My Struggle as a Woman Artist. New York: Doubleday, 1975; New York: Anchor, 1977; revised edition, 1982; Japan: Parco, 1979; England: Women’s Press, 1982; Germany: Verlag (neue frau), Dirch die Blume, 1984; New York: Penguin, 1993; Taiwan: Yuan-Liou Publishing Company, Ltd., 1997.
SELECTED ESSAYS BY JUDY CHICAGO
“Women, Art and Society: A Tribute to Virginia Woolf”. Reproduced in print by The Black-E and Judy Chicago. A. Wood & Company, Liverpool, UK, 2012.
“Made in California: Feminist Art Education” in Fields, Jill, ed. Entering the Picture: Judy Chicago, the Fresno Feminist Art Program and the Collective Wisdom of Women Artists, Routledge, New York, NY, 2011.
“What is Feminist Art?” 1977, an illustrated print.
“Why Study Feminism?” 2009.
JUDY CHICAGO’S MERGER POEM HAS BEEN PUBLISHED IN:
Berman, Rabbi Donna. Passover Haggadah. New York: Port Jewish Center, 1995.
Bilson, Barbara, Rabbi Sue Levi Elwell, Marlene Gilbert, William Gluckman, James Greenwood, Rabbi Sanford Ragins, Betty Rosenfeld, Nancy Sogg and Cantor William Sharlin. Leo Black Temple Shabbat Service. Leo Black Temple, 1995
Dissenting Views: Art in the Age of Terror. New York: War Resisters League, 2004.
Ford-Grasbowsky, Mary, Ed. Prayers for All People. New York: Doubleday Publishing Group, 1995.
Franekl, Cantor Chayim. Nishmat Tzedek: A Righteous Soul. Pacific Palisades: Kehillat Isreal Congregation, 2003.
Graff, Ann O’Hara, Ed. In the Embrace of God: Feminist Approaches to Theological Anthropology. New York: Orbis Books, 1995.
Graman, Marilyn and Walsh, Maureen. The Female Power Within. New York, NY: Life Works Books, 2002.
Hansen, James. Sabbath Gate: Enter with Jubilee. Portland, OR: OCP Publications, 1999.
Jensen, Marla. Sexual Abuse Group Treatment: a Heroine’s Journey. Cheshire, UK: Trafford Publishing, 2004.
Lesher, A. Jean, Ed. Pathways to Peace: Interreligious Readings and Reflections. Cambridge, MA: Cowley Publications, 2005.
Prayerbook for the Days of Awe. Elkins, PA: The Reconstructionist Press, 1999.
Rafaela, Judith and Nancy Fay, Eds. The Practice of Peace. Santa Fe, NM: Sherman Asher Publishing, 1998.
Roberts, Elizabeth and Elias Amidon. Prayers for a Thousand Years. San Francisco: Harper Collins, 1999.
Roberts, Elizabeth and Elias Amidon. Life Prayers from Around the World: 365 Prayers, Blessings and Affirmations to Celebrate the Human Journey. San Francisco: Harper Publishing, 1996.
Schaaf, Kathe, Kay Lindahl, Kathleen S Hurty, PhD and Reverend Guo Cheen. Women, Spirituality and Transformative Leadership. Woodstock, VT: Skylight Paths Publishing, 2012.
Sidur Pirhe Kodesh: a prayerbook fro weekdays, Shabbat, festivals and other sacred occasions. Webcom, Canada, 2011.
Slesin, Suzanne and Emily Gwathmey. Amen, Prayers and Blessings from Around the World. New York: Viking Studio Books.
BOOKS and EXHIBITION CATALOGUES ABOUT JUDY CHICAGO
Gerhard, Jane. The Dinner Party: Judy Chicago and the Power of Popular Feminism, 1970-2007, Athens, GA, University of Georgia Press, 2013.
Deflowered: Judy Chicago, Exhibition Catalog, Nye + Brown, Los Angeles, CA, February 17 – April 14, 2012. Essays by Tim Nye and Lexi Brown.
Judy Chicago: Reviewing PowerPlay, Exhibition Catalog, David Richard Gallery, Santa Fe, NM, June 29 - August 11, 2012. Essay by Dr. Jonathan D. Katz.
Judy Chicago, Exhibition book, Ben Uri, The London Jewish Museum of Art, London, UK, November 14, 2012 – March 10, 2013. Essays by Frances Borzello, Andrew Perchuk, Judy Batlion, Alexandra Kokoli and Diane Gelon.
Judy Chicago Tapestries: Woven by Audrey Cowan, Exhibition catalog, Museum of Arts and Design, New York, NY, March 1 - June 19, 2011. Essay by David Revere McFadden.
Surveying Judy Chicago: 1970-2010, Exhibition catalog, ACA Galleries, New York, NY, October 14 – December 4, 2010. Essay by Jenni Sorkin.
Judy Chicago: The Toby Heads, Exhibition catalog, LewAllen Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM, June 18 – July 25, 2010. Essay by Laura Addison.
When Women Rule the World: Judy Chicago in Thread, Exhibition catalog, Co-published by the Textile Museum of Canada, Toronto and The Art Gallery of Calgary, Canada, 2009. Essays by Allyson Mitchell, Jennifer Sorkin, Sarah Quinton.
Judy Chicago: A Survey of Important Works, Exhibition catalog, Rouge Contemporary Projects, Toronto, Canada, February 9 – March 22, 2009. Essay by Virginia Eichhorn, Curator.
History in the Making: The Dinner Party. Exhibition catalog. Santa Fe, NM: LewAllen Contemporary. 4 May – 18 June, 2007.
Levin, Gail. Becoming Judy Chicago. New York: Harmony Books, 2007.
Chicago in Glass. Exhibition catalog. Essay by David McFadden, Santa Fe, NM: LewAllen Contemporary. 3 November – 31 December, 2006
Sorkin, Jenni. Judy Chicago: Minimalism, 1965-1973. Exhibition catalog. Santa Fe, NM: LewAllen Contemporary, 2004.
Sackler, Dr. Elizabeth A., ed. Judy Chicago. New York: Watson-Guptill Publications, 2002.
Judy Chicago. Exhibition catalog.Minneapolis, MN: Flanders, October 2001.
Lucie-Smith, Edward. Judy Chicago: An American Vision. New York: Watson-Guptill Publications, 2000.
Butterfield, Jan. Judy Chicago 1973-1983. Exhibition catalog.New York: ACA Galleries, May 1984.
Chicago, Judy. “Notes” as a catalog for Judy Gerowitz, One-Woman Show at the Pasadena Art Museum, 28 April to 1 June 1969.
Harper, Paula. Powerplay. Exhibition catalog.New York: ACA Galleries, 1985.
Jones, Amelia, ed. Sexual Politics: Judy Chicago’s Dinner Party in Feminist Art History. Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1996.
Wylder, Viki D. Thompson. Trials and Tributes. Exhibition catalog.Tallahassee, FL: Florida State University, 1990.
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITION CATALOGUES
Sie. Selbst. Nackt. (You. Self. Naked.), Exhibition catalog (pp. 136-137). Germany, Hatje Cantz Verlag, Paula Modersohn-Becker Museum, Bremen, Germany, October 10, 2013 – February 2, 2014.
Everything Loose Will Land: 1970s Art and Architecture in Los Angeles, Exhibition book (pg. 43, pp. 68-73, pp. 240-247, pg. 289). New York, NY, Distributed Art Publishers, Inc., MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Los Angeles, CA, May 9 – Aug 4, 2013.
Ends of the Earth: Land Art to 1974, Exhibition catalog ("Judy Chicago," pg. 193). Los Angeles, CA, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA, The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, May 27 - August 20, 2012.
Thread of Life, Exhibition catalog ("Judy Chicago," pp. 24-25), Tallahassee, FL, Museum of Fine Arts, February 10 - March 25, 2012.
2009 Incheon Women Artists’ Biennale, Exhibition catalog. (“Judy Chicago,” pp.64-65). “The 21st Century: The Feminine Century, the Century of Diversity and Hope,” Incheon, South Korea, August 1-31, 2009.
Contemporary Art by American Women, Exhibition catalog, an Art in the Embassies Exhibition, Belgrade, Serbia, 2009.
Mater, Exhibition catalog, Universidad de Jaen, Jaen, Spain, March 5 – April 26, 2009.
A Studio of their Own: The Legacy of the Fresno Feminist Experiment, Exhibition catalog, Fresno State University at the Phebe Conley Gallery, Fresno, California, August 26-October 9, 2009.
Women Forward: Celebrating Women’s History Month, 2009. Williamsburg Art & Historical Center. March 3 – May 31, 2009.
Diana and Actaeon – The Forbidden Glimpse of Naked Body, Exhibition catalog, Duesseldorf, Germany: Kunst Palast, October 25 – February 15, 2009.
Time & Place: Los Angeles 1957 – 1968, Exhibition catalog, Stockholm, Sweden: Moderna Museet. October 4 – 6 January, 2009.
The Art of Participation: 1950 to Now. Exhibition catalog, San Francisco, CA: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. 8 November, 2008 – 8 February, 2009.
Artist Plates. Exhibition catalog, New York, NY: Nohra Haime Gallery. 8 December – 19 January, 2008.
Pacific Light: A Survey of Californian Watercolour 1908 – 2008, Exhibition catalog, Skärhamn, Sweden: Nordiska Akvarellmuseet, 18 May – 14 September, 2008.
Female Forms & Facets. Exhibition catalog, New Britain, CT: Central Connecticut State University. 13 March – 18 April, 2008.
WWW.Women. Exhibition catalog, Toronto, Canada: Headbones Gallery, The Drawers. 16 February – 20 March, 2008.
A Batalla Dos Xeneros. Exhibition catalog, Xunta de Galicia. Spain: Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea.13 September – 9 December, 2007.
Attitude 2007. Exhibition catalog, Kumamoto Japan Contemporary Art Museum, Kumamoto. 21 July – 14 October, 2007
Butler, Cornelia. WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution. Exhibition catalog, Los Angeles CA: The Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles. 4 March – 16 July, 2007.
Broude, Norma & Garrard, Mary D. Claiming Space: Some American Feminist Originators, Exhibition catalog, the Katzen, American University Museum. 6 November, 2007 – 27 January, 2008.
Cantz, Hatje. Into Me/Out of Me. Exhibition catalog, Ostfildern, Germany: P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center. 25 June – 25 September, 2006, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berline, 25 November, 2006 – 2 March, 2007, MACRO Museo d’Arte Contemporanea di Roma, 21 April – 30 September, 2007.
McFadden, David Revere. Pricked Extreme Embroidery, Exhibition catalog, Museum of Arts & Design, New York. 8 November, 2007 – 24 February, 2008.
Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao. Kiss Kiss Bang Bang 45 years of Art and Feminism. Exhibition catalog, Bilbao Spain. 11 June – 9 September, 2007.
New Mexico Committee. Originals 2007. Exhibition catalog, Taos, NM: the Harwood Museum of Art, the Milicent Rogers Museum. September 25 – December 30, 2007.
Driven to Abstraction: Southern California and the Non-Objective World, 1950-1980. Exhibition catalog. Riverside, CA: Riverside Art Museum, August 26 – October 14, 2006
Los Angeles 1955-1985. Exhibition catalog. Paris, France: Centre Pompidou. 8 March to 17 July, 2006.
Brodsky, Judith K. & Olin, Ferris. How American Women Artists Invented
Postmodernism: 1970 – 1975. Exhibition catalog. New Jersey: Mason Gross School of the Arts Galleries. 2005/2006.
Collings, Jane, interviewer. Judy Chicago: an Oral History. Completed under the auspices of the Oral History Program, University of California, Los Angeles. Los Angeles: The Regents of the University of California, 2004.
Levin, Gail. Judy Chicago: Fragments from the Delta of Venus and Other Femmerotica: a Thirty-five Year Survey. Exhibition catalog. New York: ACA Galleries, 2004.
Personal and Political: the Women’s Art Movement, 1969-1975. Exhibition catalog. East Hampton, NY: Guild Hall of East Hampton, Inc., 2002.
BOOKS / ANTHOLOGIES
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Adams, Laurie Schneider. The Methodologies of Art. New York: HarperCollins, 1996.
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Adams, Laurie Schneider. A History of Western Art. 4th Edition. New York: McGraw Hill Companies, Inc., 2005.
Aigen, Ronald, ed. Renew Our Days. Montreal: The Reconstructionist Synagogue of Montreal, 1996.
American Art Book. London: Phaidon Press Limited, 1999.
Anderson, L. Richard. Calliope’s Sisters: A Comparative Study of Philosophies of Art. 2nd ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2004.
Anderson, Pamela Sue and Beverley Clack, ed. Feminist Philosophy of Religion. London: Routledge, 2004.
Antler, Joyce. The Journey Home: Jewish Women and the American Century. New York: Free Press, 1997.
Art i Maternitat, Illustrated essays, Universitat de Vic and Museu Episcopal de Vic, Spain, April, 2009.
Attityd: en Konstutstallning om Genus, Identitet Och Makt. Exhibition catalog. Stockholm: Stockholms Lans Museum, 2004.
Auther, Elissa. “Judy Chicago: The Vitality of Embroidery,” String, Felt, Thread: The Hierarchy of Art and Craft in American Art. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2010, pp. 146-162.
Authors and Artists for Young Adults. Gale Thomson, 2002.
Barasch, Moshe, and Lucy Freeman Sandler, eds. Art, the Ape of Nature: Essays in Honor of H.W. Janson. “Judy Chicago’s The Dinner Party: A Personal Vision of Women’s History,” by Josephine Withers. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1981
Barron, Stephanie, Sheri Bernstein and Ilene Susan Fort. Made in California: Art, Image and Identity, 1900-2000. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2000.
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Bersson, Robert. Responding to Art: Form, Content and Context. Boston: McGraw Hill, 2004.
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Blocker, Jane. What the Body Cost: Desire, History, and Performance. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2004.
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Bond, Edward. Coffee (cover illustration). England: Methuen Drama, 1995.
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Bowers, Andrea. Nothing is Neutral. Los Angeles: the Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater, 2006.
Brand, Bettina and Martina Helmig. Mafstab Beethoven? Komponistinnen im Schutien des Geniekults. Berlin, Germany: Hdk, 2001.
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Broude, Norma, and Mary D. Garrard, eds. The Power of Feminist Art: The American Movement of the 1970s, History and Impact. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1994.
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Buser, Thomas. Experiencing Art Around Us. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing, 1995.
Button, John. The Cassell Handbook of Radicalism. England: Cassell, 1995.
California Pop-Up Book. Los Angeles: Universe Publishing/Museum Association, 2000.
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Chadwick, Whitney. Women, Art and Society. London: Thames and Hudson, 1995.
Cheng, Meiling. In Other Los Angeleses. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2002.
Cheng, Meiling. Renaming Untitled Flesh: Marking the Politics of Marginality. London/New York: The Hawthorne Press, 1995.
Chesler, Phyllis, Ester Rothblum, and Ellen Cole, Eds. Feminist Foremothers in Women’s Studies, Psychology and Mental Health. New York: Hawthorne Press, 1995.
Chesterman, Sandra and Carole Shepheard. The Body Inscribed: Challenging Tradition. Auckland, New Zealand: The George Fraser Gallery, 1999.
Chicago, Judy. “Women and Art.” Goddess Shift. Ed. Stephanie Marohn. Santa Rosa, CA: Elite Books, 2010.
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Creighton-Kelly, Chris, ed. Fear of Others: Art Against Racism. Vancouver: Arts in Action Society, 1989.
Danby, Susan, ed. Language as Object: Emily Dickinson and Contemporary Art. Amherst, MA: Mead Art Museum, Amherst College, University of Massachusetts Press, 1997.
Davis, Bruce. Made in L.A. The Prints of Cirrus Editions. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1995.
Dawtrey, Liz, Toby Jackson, Mary Masterson, Pam Meecham, and Paul Wood, Eds. Investigating Modern Art. Milton Keynes, England: Open University Press, 1996.
De La Croix, Horst, Richard G. Tansey, and Diane Kirkpatrick. Gardner’s Art Through The Ages. Ninth edition. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1991.
De L’élève, Manuel. REALITES Histoire et Education a la Citoyennete. Quebec, Canada: Editions du Renouveau Pedagogique Inc., 2006.
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Dekel, Tal. Gendered - Art and Feminist Theory (Hebrew edition). Tel Aviv, Israel: Hakibbutz Hameuchad (The United Kibbutz), 2011.
Dekel, Tal. Gendered - Art and Feminist Theory (English edition). Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013.
Delaney, Denis, Ciaran Ward, and Carla Rho Fiorna. Fields of Vision. vol. 2. Essex, UK: Pearson Education, 2002.
Dempsey, Amy. Styles, Schools & Movements: An Encyclopedia Guide to Modern Art. London: Thames & Hudson, 2002.
Denys, Patti and Nary Holmes. Animal Magnetism: At Home with Celebrities and their Animal Companions. New York: Smith Mark Publishers, 1998.
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Discover Modern Art. China, 2000.
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Fields, Harvey J. B’chol L’vavcha: “With All Your Heart”. New York: UAHC Press, 2001.
Fields, Jill, ed. Entering the Picture: Judy Chicago, The Fresno Feminist Art Program, and the Collective Visions of Women Artists. New York, NY: Routledge, 2012.
Fiero, Gloria K. The Humanistic Tradition. Fourth edition. McGraw Hill, 2002.
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Judy Chicago, interview by Nancy Keefe Rhodes, “Visual Arts Near:Far,” Women’s Voices Radio, November 9, 2006.
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Sandhass, Kari. “Birth, Choice, and the Abuse of the Sacred: A Personal Story of Resistance.” Daughters of Sarah, Fall 1992.
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Sweets, Ellen. “Giving the Holocaust New Meaning.” Dallas Morning News, 2 August 1992.
“20 Years of the Women’s Movement.” Ms. ,1992.
Carrol, Alberta. “Judy Chicago and Her Art.” Minnesota Women’s Press, 22 May 1991, 18-19.
Craven, Joan. “Canadian Dinner Party a Celebration.” Calgary Herald, 4 April 1991, sec. H: 5.
Danis, Naomi. “Worthy Causes.” Lilith (Spring 1991): 32.
Eauclaire, Sally. “The Female Gaze.” Southwest Profile, (February-April 1991): 12-14.
Eisler, Riane. “Sex, Art and Archetypes.” Women’s Review of Books 8, no. 6 (March 1991): 16.
Harrison, Helen. “No Muffling of Women’s Voice.” New York Times, 12 May 1991.
Knight, Christopher. “From Out West and the ‘Cool School’, It’s Abstract Pop.” Los Angeles Times, 4 April 1991, Calender sec. 83-84.
Lacy, Suzanne. “The Name of the Game.” & “Fractured Space.” Art Journal (Summer 1991).
Levy, Daniel. “Quarreling Over Quality.” Time (Special Issue: Women: The Road Ahead), 1991: 61-62.
Lippard, Lucy. “Uninvited Guests: How Washington Lost The Dinner Party.” Art in America, December 1991, 39-49.
Melendez, Michelle. “Getting Closer to the Work.” Albuquerque Journal, 20 October 1991, sec. G:2.
Northup, JoAnn Severns. “Finish Fetish: LA’s Cool School.” Judy Chicago. Catalog for Fisher Gallery, University of Southern California (1991): 20-21, 27-28, 58.
Olmstead, Kim. “An Icy Reception for The Dinner Party.” Washington Review (June-July 1991): 20.
Tobia, Blaise, and Virginia Maksymowicz. “Judy Chicago Birthing Art.” Witness 74, no. 12, 12 December 1991.
“Worthy Causes’ in Tsena-Rena” compiled by Naomi Danis. Lilith (Spring 1991): 32.
Ballatore, Sandy. “Judy Chicago’s Fibre Art.” Fibrearts (Summer 1990).
Barras, Jonetta Rose. “UDC Facing Growing Debt, Status Review.” Washington Times, 25 July 1990.
Barras, Jonetta Rose. “Financial Inquiries Crash The Dinner Party at UDC.” Washington Times, 20 July 1990.
Barras, Jonetta Rose. “D.C. Council’s ‘Sanity’ Questioned as Hill Learns of The Dinner Party.” Washington Times, 19 July 1990.
Barras, Jonetta Rose. “UDC’s $1.6 Million ‘Dinner’.” Washington Times, 18 July 1900.
Berenbaum, Michael. “The Mystifying Burden of Goodness.” Dimensions: A Journal of Holocaust Studies (1990): 21.
Bird, Kay. “House Smacks of Anti-Feminist-Artist.” Santa Fe New Mexican, 6 August 1990.
“D.C. Under the Thumb Again.” Washington Post, 31 July 1990: editorial.
“The Dinner Party.” Albuquerque Journal, 17 September 1990: editorial.
Faust, Wolfgang Max. “Auf stand gegen din guten Geschmack (An Uprising Against Good Taste).” Art Magazine (September 1990): 44.
Gamarekian, Barbara. “A Feminist Artwork for University Library.” New York Times, 21 July 1990.
Harrison, Keith. “UDC Trustee Wants Artwork Reconsidered.” Washington Post, 30 July 1990.
Hickox, Katie. “Work by Santa Fe Artist Stirs Congressional Fray.” Santa Fe New Mexican, 28 July 1996, sec. A:1.
Jackson, Susan. “Investigating How ‘The Other Half’ Creates.” Japan Times, 27 May 1990.
Long, Nira Hardon. “The Dinner Party.” Arts Advocate (September-October 1990).
Long, Nira Hardon. “The Dinner Party: A Matter of Basic Human Liberties.” Washington Post, 9 August 1990.
Mahler, Richard. “The Battle of Chicago.” Los Angeles Times, 12 October 1990, sec. F: 1,24.
Mann, Judy. “Art and Sexual Power.” Washington Post, 12 September 1990.
Richardson, Congressman Bill. “Not a Vote on Art.” Santa Fe New Mexican, 16 August 1990.
Sinclair, Molly. “An Artist’s Open-Ended Invitation.” Washington Post, 21 July 1990.
Statesline. Usa Today, 20 July 1990.
Strand, John. “Washington D.C.: ‘3-D Pornography!’.” Art International Winter (1990): 26.
Suh, Mary. “Guess Who’s Not Coming to Dinner.” Ms. (September-October 1990).
Sweets, Ellen. “The Chicago Story.” Dallas Morning News, 16 September 1990.
“U. Of the District of Columbia’s Decision to Acquire Controversial Artwork Angers Some on Campus.” Chronicle of Higher Learning, 1 August 1990.
“UDC’s ‘Dinner Party’.” Washington Post, 24 July 1990.
“Washington, D.C.: University Won’t Host The Dinner Party.” ARTnews, (December 1990): 61-62.
“American Women Artists, the 20th Century,” Catalog for Knoxville Museum of Art, 1989.
“Fear of Others: Art Against Racism,” Catalog for Arts in Action Society, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, September 1989.
Kubitza, Anna. “The Pink Sneakers (Die Rasafarbenen Turnschuhe),” Lichtblick-Feminisische Kunstzeitschrift, fall 1989, 8-11.
Aptheker, Bettina. “Standing on Our Own Ground,” Gallerie 1, no. 1, Annual 1988.
Bell, June D. “Setting the Table for Changes, an Artist Discusses Her Work,” Melbourne Times Leader, 3 November 1988.
“Committed to Print,” Catalog for The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1988, 57, 103.
Gallerie. Annual vol. 1, no. 1, 1988.
Gray, Sharon. “Weep, Be Moved and Drink Wine,” Melbourne Age, 30 January 1988.
Pisano, Ronald. “One Hundred Years: A Centennial Celebration of the National Association of Women Artists,” Catalog for Nassau County (New York) Museum of Fine Art (1988): 4, 38.
“Table for 39 Looks for a Home,” Melbourne Times on Sunday, 17 January 1988.
“Art & The Law,” Catalog. West Publishing, 1987, 1984.
Kuperstein, Elana. “Judy Chicago: A Feminist Artist in Search of Her Jewish Self,” B’nai B’irth Women’s World 78, no. 3, April 1987.
Netsky, Ron. “Judy Chicago’s Style of Creation,” Democrat and Chronicle, 14 January 1987.
Roessner, Barbara T. “Bearing Children Is What Women Do,” International Herald Tribune, 13 March 1987.
“American Art/American Women 1965-1985,” Catalog for Stamford Museum, Stamford, CT, 1986.
Chamaj, Betty. “Visions and Revisions: Women’s Studies and the Challenge to See Anew,” Frontiers: A Journal of Women’s Studies 8, no. 3, 1986.
Hawkins, Margaret. “Birth Project Survives Needling From Critics,” Chicago-Sun Time, 3 October 1986, 39-40.
Lippard, Lucy. “Por Encima Del Bloqueo.” Catalog for Ministerio de Cultura de Cuba, 1986.
Thompson, Ruthie. “Judy Chicago’s Birth Project,” Screen Printing (1986).
Battiata, Mary. “Judy Chicago’s Tapestry of Birth,” Washington Post, 13 May 1985.
Bennetts, Leslie. “Judy Chicago: Women’s Lives and Art,” New York Times, 8 April 1985.
Januszczak, Waldemer. “Look Who’s Coming to Dinner,” Guardian Women (London) 19 March 1985.
Lauter, Estella. “Acts of Creation,” Women’s Review of Books 2, no. 12, September 1985.
Lippard, Lucy. “Born Again,” Village Voice, 16 April 1985.
McWilliams, Martha. “Judy Chicago Strikes Again: The Birth Project,” Washington Review, October-November 1985.
Stein, Judith. “Midwife to the Revolution,” New York Times Book Review, 15 September 1985.
Blair, Gwenda. “Reviewing the Birth Project - Judy Chicago’s Judgement Day,” Village Voice, 1 November 1983.
“Interview with Judy Chicago by Arlene Raven and Susan Rennie,” Chrysalis, no. 4, 1983.
Keerdoja, Eileen. “Judy Chicago’s Controversial Creation,” Newsweek, 31 October 1983.
Roth, Moira. “The Amazing Decade: Women and Performance Art in America,” Astro Artz, 1983.
Blair, Gwenda. “The Womanly Art of Judy Chicago,” Mademoiselle, January 1982.
Cox, Meg. “Making Art with a Female Message,” Wall Street Journal, 8 January 1982.
Freeman, Natalie V. “A Dream of a Dinner Party - Judy Chicago,” City Woman, spring 1982.
Freeman, Natalie V. “Revelations of a Private Female World,” Macleans, 5 April 1982.
Mays, John Bently. “Epic Dinner Party Strikes to the Core,” Toronto Globe and Mail, May 1982.
Adams, Jane. “Judy Chicago,” Horizon, March 1981.
Berger, Suzanne. “Dinner Party Comes to Chicago,” Sister Source, 1 August 1981, 1-7.
Evett, David. “Moveable Feast.” Northern Ohio Live, 4017 May 1981, 27-29.
Mullarkey, Maureen. “Dishing It Out: Judy Chicago’s Dinner Party,” Commonweal 108, no. 7, April 1981, 210-211.
Seebohm, C. “The Dinner Party: Turning Women’s Crafts into Art,” House & Garden, April 1981.
“Southern Cal Artists 1940-80,” Catalog from Laguna Beach Museum of Art, California, 1981.
Wachtel, Eleanor. “This Is Judy Chicago,” Homemaker’s Magazine, November 1981, 34.
“Chicago’s Dinner Party Comes to Brooklyn Museum,” New York Times, 17 October 1980, sec. C:1.
Gerber, Eric. “Right Out of History,” Houston Post, 14 March 1980.
Goldenhersh, Sheryn. “Judy Chicago Hosts Her Dinner Party at Brooklyn Art Museum,” St. Louis Jewish Light, 5 November 1980, 7.
Hughes, Robert. “An Obsessive Feminist Pantheon: Judy Chicago’s Dinner Party Turns History into Agitprop,” Time, 15 December 1980, 85.
Lippard, Lucy. “Judy Chicago’s Dinner Party,” Art in America, April 1980, 115-126.
Mitgang, Herbert. “Publishing: Judy Chicago Speaking in Volumes,” New York Times, 26 September 1980.
Pennington, Ron. “Right Out of History,” The Hollywood Reporter, 29 August 1980, 2.
Perrault, John. “No Reservations,” Soho News, 22 October 1980, 1.
“Right Out of History: A Film by Johanna Demetrakas,” The Current, 17-23, July 1980, 5.
Tennant, Donna. “‘Right out of History’ a Remarkable Story,” Houston Chronicle, 14 March 1980.
Wolfert, Lee. “Sassy Judy Chicago Throws A Dinner Party, but the Art World Mostly Sends Regrets,” People, 8 December 1980, 156.
Albright, Thomas. “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner,” ARTnews, January 1979.
Berger, Arthur. “Nourishing Art from the Rich History of Women,” Chronicle of Higher Education, 16 April 1979.
Butterfield, Jan. “Guess Who’s Coming to Judy Chicago’s Dinner,” Mother Jones, January 1979, 23.
“Feminist Sculptor’s Dinner Party, A,” New York Times, 1 April 1979.
Fischer, Hal. “Judy Chicago, San Francisco Museum of Art,” Artform, summer 1979, 77.
Glueck, Grace. “Judy Chicago’s Rochester Dinner Party is Canceled,” New York Times, 11 August 1979.
Hamilton, Mildred. “The Dinner Party,” Graduate Woman, July-August 1979.
“Judy Chicago’s The Dinner Party, Two Views of the First Feminist Epic Artwork,” Village Voice, 11 June 1979.
Kingsley, April. “The I-Hate-to-Cook Dinner Party,” Ms., June 1979
Larson, Kay. “Under the Table: Duplicity, Alienation,” Village Voice, 11 June 1979, 51.
Lipinski, Ann Marie. “Judy Chicago’s Dinner Party,” Chicago Tribune, 19 August 1979.
Lippard, Lucy. “Dinner Party a Four-Star Treat,” Seven Days, April 1979.
Roth, Moira. “Connecting Conversations,” Smith Publications, 1979.
Stevens, Mark. “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner,” Newsweek, 2 April 1979, 93.
“Table for 39, A,” Life, May 1979.
Woo, Elaine. “Judy Chicago’s The Dinner Party.” Los Angeles Herald Examiner, 20 March 1979.
Zolotow, Maurice. “The 78 Most Interesting People in Los Angeles.” Los Angeles, November 1979, 203.
“A Dinner Party.” The Spokeswoman, 15 June 1978.
“Judy Chicago: World of the China Painter.” Ceramics Monthly, May 1978, 40-45.
Isenberg, Barbara. “Invitation to a Dinner Party.” Los Angeles Times, 6 April 1978.
Hass, Charlie. “Judy Chicago’s Dinner Party: A Room of Her Own.” New West, 1 August 1977.
Heresies: A Feminist Publication on Art and Politics 1, 1977, 107.
“Judy Chicago: China Painter.” Ceramics Monthly, June 1977, 34-35.
“Overglaze Imagery: Cone 019-016.” Catalog for Visual Arts Center, California State University Fullerton, 1977.
“Painting and Sculpture inCalifornia: The Modern Era.” Catalog forSan FranciscoMuseumof Modern Art. 1977, 161, 165, 205.
Raven, Arlene, and Susan Rennie. “The Dinner Party Project: An Interview with Judy Chicago.” Chrysalis, no. 4, 1977, 96.
Wilding, Faith. “By Our Own Hands.” Double X, 1977.
“American Artist’s ‘76: A Celebration.” Catalog for the Marion Koogler McNay Art Institute, 1976.
Chicago, Judy. “Judy Chicago – the Artist Views Herself”. Playgirl, May 1975, 80-1, 102-4.
Butterfield, Jan. “Interview with Judy Chicago.” City of San Francisco, January 1976.
“Judy Chicago”. Art in America, July 1974, 93.
Chicago, Judy, and Arlene Raven. “Letter to a Young Woman Artist.” Anonymous Was A Woman, California Institute of the Arts, 1974, 67-68.
Lippard, Lucy. “Judy Chicago Talking to Lucy R. Lippard.” Artforum, September 1974.
Chicago, Judy and Miriam Schapiro. “Female Imagery,” Womanspace Journal 1, no. 3, summer 1973.
Chicago, Judy and Arlene Raven. “An Evening with Judy Chicago.” Pacifica Radio Archives, Los Angeles, 9 January 1973.
Chicago, Judy and Arlene Raven. “Women’s Art History.” Pacifica Radio Archives, Los Angeles, 2 January 1973.
Chicago, Judy and Miriam Schapiro. Statement in Womanhouse. Catalog on the collaborative project created by the Feminist Art Program, California Institute of the Arts, and Introduction, 1972.
Chicago, Judy and Dextra Frankel. Introduction to Invisible/Visible exhibition. Long Beach Museum of Art, 23-26 April 1972.
Chicago, Judy. “Woman as Artist,” Everywoman, 2 (7), 1972, pp. 24-25.
Chicago, Judy. Statement in “Miss Chicago and the California Girls.” Everywoman II, no. 7, 7 May 1971.
Chicago, Judy. Advertisement announcing name change from Judy Gerowitz to Judy Chicago. Artforum, October 1970, 20.
Selz, Peter with Jane Linvingston. “Two Generations in L.A.”. Art in America, January -February 1969, 92-7.
“The West Coast Now - Current Work from the Western Seaboard.” Catalog for Portland Art Museum, 1968.
THESES AND DISSERTATIONS ABOUT JUDY CHICAGO AND HER WORK
Bickell, Rosalind. Intervention on the Sacred: The Politics and Poetics of ‘The Dinner Party’. Paper, 1991.
Duncan, Sally Anne. Judy Chicago's ‘Holocaust Project’: Contexts and Connections. Peterborough, New Hampshire, June 1995.
Edwards, Janis. Rhetoric in the Visual Image: Judy Chicago's 'The Dinner Party'. Thesis for Master of Arts in Communication Studies at California State University, Sacramento, California, Fall 1985.
Jensen, Lisa H. Responses to a Feminist Perspective in Art: Judy Chicago's ‘DinnerParty’ and the Language of its Critics. Unpublished paper from Judy Chicago archives, 1980.
Kubitza, Annette. Judy Chicago’s The ‘Dinner Party’ Im Kontext Feministischer Diskurse. Wissenschafliche Hausarbeit zur Erlangung des akademischen Grades eines Magister Artium der Universitat Hamburg. Hamberg, Germany, 1991.
Meyer, Laura. The 'Essential' Judy Chicago: Central Core Imagery vs. The Languageof Fetishism in’ Womanhouse’ and ‘The Dinner Party’. Thesis for Master of Arts at University of California at Riverside, 1994.
Padawar, Nadine. 'Till Death Do Us Part?: The Sexual Objectification of Women in Art and Advertising. Senior Thesis in Women's Studies, 1991.
Popp, Christine M. What's In An Image?: Judy Chicago's ‘The Dinner Party’. Honor's Thesis, 1991.
Roth-Davies, Mary. Valuing Women’s Work: Stitched Textile Art in a Postmodern World. (thesis) London: Richmond, The American International University, September, 2003.
Wylder, Viki Thompson. Judy Chicago's ‘Dinner Party’ and ‘Birth Project’ as ReligiousSymbol and Visual Theology. Dissertation for Doctor of Philosophy at Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, Spring 1993
No Compromise; Lessons in Feminist Art with Judy Chicago. Directed by Susanne Schwibs. 54 minutes. Produced by Indiana University Radio & Television Services, 2002.
Resolutions: A Stitch in Time. Filmmakers Kate Amend and Johanna Demetrakas. 15 minutes. Through the Flower Corporation, 2000.
Grasping for the Wind, episode #7. “The Narsissistic Culture.” Produced by Glass Onion Productions, Inc., 1997.
World’s Most Intriguing Women on E!. Produced by E! Entertainment Television, 1997.
Under Wraps. Produced by Starry Night Production, Inc. 56 minutes. 1996.
The Dinner Party: Art for Our Sake. Featuring Lily Tomlin. Filmmakers Kate Amend and Johanna Demetrakas. 15 minutes. Through the Flower Corporation, 1995.
A Family of Women. Produced by Vu Productions. Aired June 1994 on Turner Broadcasting.
“Century of Women: Part 3.” Judy Chicago and The Dinner Party featured in TBS film and accompanying book, broadcast on TBS, 9 June 1994.
“From Darkness into Light,” The Making of the Holocaust Project. Filmmaker Kate Amend. 29 minutes. 1994.
Holocaust Project: Judy Chicago. Produced by Viking/Penguin. Aired: Tampa, on WFLA/NBC; Miami, on WPLG/ABC; Detroit, on WJBK/CBS, 28 October 1993; Fairfield, on Conneticut Cable/Noon News, 19 October 1993; Minneapolis, on WCCO/CBS, 25 November 1993; Sacramento, on KOVR/ABC, 5 November 1993; Albuquerque, on KRQE/CBS, 19 October 1993; San Francisco, on KGO/ABC; Nashville, on WTVF/CBS, 19 October 1993; National, on ABC News One, 19 October 1993; Richmond, on WWBT/NBC, 22 October 1993; Atlanta, on WAGA/NBC, 20 October 1993; National, on Conus Communications, 16 November 1993.
Holocaust Project. Filmmaker Matthew Sneddon. Produced by “Colores,” KNME, Albuquerque, NM, 1993.
Judy Chicago’s ‘The Dinner Party’: A Tour of the Exhibition. Narration by Judy Chicago. 40 minutes. Through the Flower, 1991.
The Future of Judy Chicago’s ‘Dinner Party’. Narration by Lily Tomlin. 20 minutes. Through the Flower, 1991.
Judy Chicago: The Birth Project. Filmmaker Vivian Kleiman. 20 minutes. Vivian Kleiman Productions, 1985.
Right Out of History: The Making of Judy Chicago’s Dinner Party. Filmmaker Johanna Demetrakas. 60 minutes. Phoenix Films, 1980.
Womanhouse. Filmmaker Johanna Demetrakas. 47 minutes. Phoenix Films, 1974.
Judy Chicago and the California Girls. Produced by Judith Dankoff, 1970.