• Judy Chicago

    LewAllen Galleries

    At the very beginning of her career, Judy Chicago married Minimalism’s repetition compulsion with an illusionistic approach to material and color. Considering her onenote reputation based on her feminist landmark, The Dinner Party, 1974–79, this exhibit, which assembled about sixty-one of Chicago’s earlier paintings, drawings, and sculptures, presented viewers with a girls-too revue of Minimalism and a more comprehensive look at an artist most often seen as the high priestess of feminist kitsch.

    The inclusion of twenty-five works on paper revealed the scope of Chicago’s formal experimentation.

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