Judy Chicago

The Dream of The Dinner Party (Permanent Housing), 1979
Offset lithograph on paper

Paper Dimensions:
36 x 24 inches
(81.3 x 61 cm)
Image Dimensions: 
35 x 23 inches
(88.9 x 58.4 cm)

Edition of 100

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Despite its widespread acclaim, The Dinner Party, Chicago’s world-famous and epochal installation, was without a home until its acquisition by the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum. When it was not touring the world, the massive artwork languished in storage at Chicago’s own expense. In this print, Chicago imagines a home for her great offering to history, one that, as a result of a sexist art world, it would not find for almost 30 years.

Published in Los Angeles, CA

Study for The Dream of The Dinner Party (Permanent Housing)