Image of glass work with tow x-ray hands hold each other
Judy Chicago is most famous for her 1974-1979 work The Dinner Party. This work, in which hundreds of volunteers participated, will soon be permanently housed at the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, and is considered one of the most significant feminist art works ever produced.
Chicago in Glass marks the first major survey of Judy Chicago’s work in Canada. This survey demonstrates her tremendous versatility, technical brilliance and creative inventiveness—qualities that make her one of the most exciting artists of today.