The Dinner Party. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art March 16-June 17, 1979.
by Chicago, Judy.
Judy Chicago, 1979. Folio, 10 1/2 x 17”, 10 pp., cover illustration printed in red and black, illustrated throughout. Unbound and folded, as issued; minor foxing to p. 5-6; very good. A large format exhibition catalogue from the first exhibition of this work by feminist artist Judy Chicago. Features an introduction by museum director Henry T. Hopkins and individual descriptions of the entryway banners, and porcelain plate drawings featured in the installation. “...an exhibition conceived by Judy Chicago and executed by her in cooperation with a working community of men and women.” (Inventory #: 108150)
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