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Judy Chicago

What If Women Ruled the World, 2020
Digital print on archival Epson Hot Press Bright paper, smooth matte finish
36 x 27 inches
91.5 x 68.6 cm

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Salon 94

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ARTIST
Judy Chicago

What If Women Ruled the World, 2020
Digital print on archival Epson Hot Press Bright paper, smooth matte finish
36 x 27 inches
91.5 x 68.6 cm

GALLERY

Salon 94

PRICE RANGE

$1,000-$5,000
MONTHLY PRICE
$85.00

Interested in buying this artwork directly? Reach out here.

Fully insured on your wall
Your artwork will be fully insured during your loan period.
We cover delivery and installation
We’ll work around your schedule to set up your delivery and installation.
All monthly fees go towards owning
100% of the fees you pay are deducted from the artwork purchase price.
ARTIST
Judy Chicago
ABOUT
Judy Chicago literally defined feminist art. As an arts educator in California during the 1970s, she developed the first Feminist Art Program. Her magnum opus The Dinner Party (1974-79), now on permanent display at the Brooklyn Museum, is considered an essential work of feminist art. Born in 1939, she’s still going strong: In 2018, she was named one of Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People.
CAREER ACHIEVEMENTS
ABOUT

Since its creation in 2002, Salon 94 has expanded from exhibiting a small group of artists’ projects in a non-traditional, domestic setting to the support and exhibition of a dynamic and eclectic program of established artists from around the world. In early 2021, Salon 94 will debut a new headquarters at 3 East 89th street consolidating its current exhibition spaces into a spectacular and newly-renovated building tailored for the exhibition of contemporary art. Salon 94 has long shown both established and emerging artists working across media and methodologies, supporting the practices of diverse and distinctive voices. At large, our program of exhibitions reflect a mission wherein human and cultural connections are embedded in, and activated by, bodies of artwork for curators, collectors, and the general public alike.

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ARTIST
Judy Chicago
ABOUT
Judy Chicago literally defined feminist art. As an arts educator in California during the 1970s, she developed the first Feminist Art Program. Her magnum opus The Dinner Party (1974-79), now on permanent display at the Brooklyn Museum, is considered an essential work of feminist art. Born in 1939, she’s still going strong: In 2018, she was named one of Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People.
CAREER ACHIEVEMENTS
ABOUT

Since its creation in 2002, Salon 94 has expanded from exhibiting a small group of artists’ projects in a non-traditional, domestic setting to the support and exhibition of a dynamic and eclectic program of established artists from around the world. In early 2021, Salon 94 will debut a new headquarters at 3 East 89th street consolidating its current exhibition spaces into a spectacular and newly-renovated building tailored for the exhibition of contemporary art. Salon 94 has long shown both established and emerging artists working across media and methodologies, supporting the practices of diverse and distinctive voices. At large, our program of exhibitions reflect a mission wherein human and cultural connections are embedded in, and activated by, bodies of artwork for curators, collectors, and the general public alike.

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