Through The Flower: My Struggle as A Woman Artist

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Through the Flower was my first book (I've since published nine others). I was inspired to write it by the writer and diarist, Anais Nin, who was a mentor to me in the early seventies. My hope was that it would aid young women artists in their development and that reading about my struggles might help them avoid some of the pitfalls that were so painful to me. I also hoped to spare them the anguish of "reinventing the wheel", which my studies in women's history had taught me was done again and again by women, specifically because we have not had access to our foremothers' experience and achievements-one consequence of the fact that we still learn both history and art history from a male-centered bias with insufficient inclusion of women's achievements.I must admit that when I re-read Through the Flower, I winced at some of the unabashed honesty; at the same time, I am glad that my youthful self had the courage to speak so directly about my life and work. I doubt that I could recapture the candor that allowed this book to reflect such unabashed confidence that the world would accept revelations so lacking in self-consciousness. And yet, it is precisely this lack that helps give the book its flavor, the flavor of the seventies, when so many of us believed that we could change the world for the better, a goal that has been-as one of my friends put it-"mugged by reality". And yet, better an overly idealistic hope that the world could be reshaped for the better than a cynical acceptance of the status quo. At least we tried-and I'm still trying. Perhaps I'm just too old now to change.Judy Chicago 2005

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Judy Chicago is an artist, author, feminist, educator and intellectual whose career now spans over four decades. Her work and life are models for an enlarged definition of art, an expanded role for the artist, and a woman?s right to freedom of expression. Her influence both within and beyond the art community is attested to by her inclusion in hundreds of publications throughout the world. Her art has been frequently exhibited in the United States and internationally, and her ten published books have brought her art and philosophy to readers around the world. Chicago lives in Belen, New Mexico with her husband, photographer Donald Woodman and their beloved bevy of cats. For more information, explore her website, www.judychicago.com.

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Descripción iUniverse, United States, 2006. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Through the Flower was my first book (I ve since published nine others). I was inspired to write it by the writer and diarist, Anais Nin, who was a mentor to me in the early seventies. My hope was that it would aid young women artists in their development and that reading about my struggles might help them avoid some of the pitfalls that were so painful to me. I also hoped to spare them the anguish of reinventing the wheel, which my studies in women s history had taught me was done again and again by women, specifically because we have not had access to our foremothers experience and achievements-one consequence of the fact that we still learn both history and art history from a male-centered bias with insufficient inclusion of women s achievements. I must admit that when I re-read Through the Flower, I winced at some of the unabashed honesty; at the same time, I am glad that my youthful self had the courage to speak so directly about my life and work. I doubt that I could recapture the candor that allowed this book to reflect such unabashed confidence that the world would accept revelations so lacking in self-consciousness. And yet, it is precisely this lack that helps give the book its flavor, the flavor of the seventies, when so many of us believed that we could change the world for the better, a goal that has been-as one of my friends put it- mugged by reality. And yet, better an overly idealistic hope that the world could be reshaped for the better than a cynical acceptance of the status quo. At least we tried-and I m still trying. Perhaps I m just too old now to change. Judy Chicago 2005. Nº de ref. de la librería AAV9780595380466

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Descripción Authors Choice Press. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Paperback. 276 pages. Dimensions: 7.8in. x 5.0in. x 0.9in.Through the Flower was my first book (Ive since published nine others). I was inspired to write it by the writer and diarist, Anais Nin, who was a mentor to me in the early seventies. My hope was that it would aid young women artists in their development and that reading about my struggles might help them avoid some of the pitfalls that were so painful to me. I also hoped to spare them the anguish of reinventing the wheel, which my studies in womens history had taught me was done again and again by women, specifically because we have not had access to our foremothers experience and achievements-one consequence of the fact that we still learn both history and art history from a male-centered bias with insufficient inclusion of womens achievements. I must admit that when I re-read Through the Flower, I winced at some of the unabashed honesty; at the same time, I am glad that my youthful self had the courage to speak so directly about my life and work. I doubt that I could recapture the candor that allowed this book to reflect such unabashed confidence that the world would accept revelations so lacking in self-consciousness. And yet, it is precisely this lack that helps give the book its flavor, the flavor of the seventies, when so many of us believed that we could change the world for the better, a goal that has been-as one of my friends put it-mugged by reality. And yet, better an overly idealistic hope that the world could be reshaped for the better than a cynical acceptance of the status quo. At least we tried-and Im still trying. Perhaps Im just too old now to change. Judy Chicago 2005 This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Nº de ref. de la librería 9780595380466

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