Author Chicago's Book
Through the Flower
Judy Chicago's first autobiography tells the story of the first 35 years of her life. Spanning from her childhood, in which her father, a radical leftist, died when she was a teenager, through her college career and adult life as an artist, Chicago discusses the difficulties she faced as a female artist. Chicago is candid about love, sex, art, and feminism. The book was written only two years before Chicago created her most famous installation, The Dinne...
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