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Quotes by judy chicago - (10 quotes)

Judy Chicago - From the Artists category:

I set my sights upon becoming the kind of artist who would make a contribution to art history. (Judy Chicago)

Judy Chicago - From the Change category:

With my early work I got eviscerated by my male professors, and so you learned to disguise your impulses, as many women have done. And that's definitely changed. (Judy Chicago)

Judy Chicago - From the Criticism category:

You shouldn't have to justify your work. (Judy Chicago)

Judy Chicago - From the Gender category:

Do I even think about myself as a woman when I go to make art? Of course not. (Judy Chicago)

Judy Chicago - From the Gender category:

There's no question that many more women artists are showing worldwide now than they were when I was a young woman, and that's really great. (Judy Chicago)

Judy Chicago - From the Humanity category:

I am trying to make art that relates to the deepest and most mythic concerns of human kind and I believe that, at this moment of history, feminism is humanism. (Judy Chicago)

Judy Chicago - From the Immortality category:

I feel like I have at least begun to make a contribution, but my most significant concern has to do with whether my actual art will be preserved for future generations or be erased. (Judy Chicago)

Judy Chicago - From the Importance category:

I think what's important is to give space to the range of human experience. (Judy Chicago)

Judy Chicago - From the Individuality category:

I go to make art as who I am as a person. The fact that I am a woman comes into play maybe in the kinds of things I'm interested in or in the way I structure a canvas. (Judy Chicago)

Judy Chicago - From the Language category:

So women are at the beginning of building a language, and not all women are conscious of it. (Judy Chicago)