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The Dinner Party by Judy Chicago

The Dinner Party

Description : Describes and illustrates a multimedia exhibit that celebrates the achievements of more than one thousand women in Western culture, discussing the exhibit's origin and aesthetic and historical meaning.

Subtitle : From Creation to Preservation

Authors : Judy Chicago

Published Date : 2007

Publisher : Merrell Pub Limited

ISBN : UOM:39015069339888

Page : 308 Pages

Categories : Art

Total Download: 89

Filesize: 6 MB

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