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Calendar, Night&Day A Palace for Queens

A Palace for Queens

In 1972, Judy Chicago and Miriam Schapiro, co-founders of CalArts' Feminist Art Program, turned a dilapidated Hollywood mansion into "Womanhouse," a space transformed by the creations of nearly 30 young female artists. On the first day, the exhibit was…
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Culture, Art Pic Tease

Pic Tease

Self-professed feminist artists have steadily faded from the scene since the heady days when Judy Chicago crafted dinner plates shaped like labia and Carolee Schneeman pulled a long paper scroll from her vagina onstage. This dissipation is in part a…
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