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Printed Sweatshirt, Judy Chicago x Prospect

Design And Decorative Arts

Composition: 50% Cotton, 50% Polyester

Unisex Sizing: S, L

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    About The Work

    Freeing herself of any male-dominated nomenclature, Judy Gerowitz officially transformed into Judy Chicago in 1970. Accompanied by Chicago-based gallery owner, Jack Glenn, Judy Chicago decided to use this image to announce her upcoming solo show at Cal State Fullerton. She posed in a boxing ring, one where Mohammad Ali once trained, wearing silk shorts, boxing shoes and sweatshirt inscribed with her chosen name- Judy Chicago.

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    About Judy Chicago

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