A crucial collection of prints and multiples from the doyenne of feminist art
Published on the occasion of the Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation’s acquisition of the print archive of famed artist Judy Chicago (born 1939), this richly illustrated volume is the most thorough examination of Chicago’s innovative and varied contribution to the making of prints and multiples, focusing on her detailed processes for creating artwork as well as the collaborative efforts this entails. Judy Chicago: The Inside Story features print work and examples of important paintings, sculpture and installation work from all stages of the artist’s career, from her first mid-1960s forays into feminist imagery to the present.
This book is published concurrently with the artist’s October 2023 retrospective at the New Museum, which includes many works from The Inside Story.
Hardcover, 303 Pages