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Louise Bourgeois, sculpture. In 1973, Bourgeois began teaching at the Pratt Institute, Cooper Union, Brooklyn College & the NY Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture. She also taught for many years in the public schools in Great Neck, Long Island. During the 1970s, Bourgeois was a member of the Fight Censorship Group, a feminist anti-censorship collective that defended the use of sexual imagery in artwork.

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The Shape-Shifter: How Lynda Benglis Left the Bayou and Messed With the Establishment

You notice her face first. This is odd, because she’s nude, her body bronzed and oiled, with one wiry arm holding a large double-sided dildo between her legs. Her eyes aren’t even in play; a pair of white sunglasses covers them. The focus is really on her face, framed by an androgynous hairstyle that could […]

Items similar to My Body Is Not Public Property: Glittery Feminist Sticker on Etsy

Our bodies are NOT public OR another's private property! They're one's own soul's sovereignty for stewarding.

Judy Chicago, Suzanne Lacy, Sandra Orgel, Aviva Rashmani presented Ablutions in a Venice, California studio in June of The piece was created at the culmination of the Feminist Art Program at.

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Menstruation Bathroom Judy Chicago, 1972 “ Chicago described her room as “very very white and clean and deodorized – deodorized except for the blood, the only thing that cannot be covered up. However we feel about our own menstruation is how we feel.

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Menstruation Bathroom Judy Chicago, 1972 “ Chicago described her room as “very very white and clean and deodorized – deodorized except for the blood, the only thing that cannot be covered up. However...

 Broude, Norma and Mary D. Garrard ed. The Power of Feminist Art: The American Movement of the History and Impact. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc.

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Post-Partum Document showed Kelly's son's earliest attempts at writing (top)

10,000 revolutions: meet Mary Kelly, the mother of all feminist artists

In the 1970s, she pinned dirty nappies to a gallery wall. Today, Mary Kelly spins war memorials from mountains of tumble-dryer lint. At her home in Bel Air, the feminist pioneer reveals 40 years of shock tactics

Judy Chicago

Judy Chicago

Cock and Cunt Play, and other Performance Works Carolee Schneemann, Feminist, Sketch Book, Performance Art, Female Art, Art Programs, Chicago Artwork, Art, Feminist Art

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An archival resource for the feminist artwork Womanhouse, (1972) Los Angeles led by Judy Chicago and Miriam Schapiro through CalArts; artists Faith Wilding, Mira Schor, Nancy Youdelman, Robin Mitchell, Sheila de Bretteville, Johanna Demetrekas and others.

Women protest equal rights in New York. 13 Photos Of Women Fighting For Equal Pay Throughout History Equal Pay, Deneuve, Riot Grrrl, Intersectional Feminism, Patriarchy, Equal Rights, Photos Of Women, Before Us, Human Rights
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Women's 1970s Makeup: An Overview - Hair & Makeup Artist Handbook

Women's 1970s makeup varied from natural to highly glamorous. Lips were glossy and eyebrows skinny. Here's a look at the main makeup trends.

Tortula's place setting at Judy Chicago's "Dinner Party". Tortilla was an Italian physician and is considered to be one of the first gynecologists

Trotula

The Brooklyn Museum is an art museum located in the New York City borough of Brooklyn. At 560,000 square feet, the museum is New York City's second largest in physical size and holds an art collection with roughly 1.5 million works.

On permanent exhibit at the The Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art located in the Brooklyn Museum: The Dinner Party by Judy Chicago

The Dinner Party by Judy Chicago

The Brooklyn Museum is an art museum located in the New York City borough of Brooklyn. At 560,000 square feet, the museum is New York City's second largest in physical size and holds an art collection with roughly 1.5 million works.

Judy Chicago was one of the pioneers of Feminist art in the a movement that endeavored to reflect women's lives, call attention to women's roles as artists, and alter the conditions under which contemporary art was produced and received.

Judy Chicago Art, Bio, Ideas

Judy Chicago redressed women's traditional underrepresentation in the visual arts and often scandalized audiences with her frank use of imagery.

Judy Chicago The Dinner Party party illustration

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Artist Judy Chicago's official website. Timeline. About Judy Chicago . Gallery . Exhibitions and News . Press Materials . Videos . Purchase . Resources . Representation