NPR's Scott Simon speaks to artist Judy Chicago about her new memoir, The Flowering. Chicago is most known for her multimedia installation, The Dinner Party.
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Judy Chicago Reflects On Prolific Artistic Career In New Memoir
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NPR's Scott Simon speaks to artist Judy Chicago about her new memoir, The Flowering. Chicago is most known for her multimedia installation, The Dinner Party.

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