Press

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Boulder Weekly

 Amanda Moutinho

August 29, 2019

ELLE Magazine (Brazil)

Julia Valentini Storch

March, 2018

Elephant Journal

Rachel Znerold

February 9, 2018

British Art Studies

A Yale Center for British Studies imprint. This conversation between Judy Chicago, The Women’s Art League, and Hana Leaper and filmed by Jonathan Law at the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Brooklyn Museum, explores the connection between three bodies of work spanning almost a hundred years: The Famous Women Dinner Service, The Dinner Party and Vagina China. The first two works address the lack of information about the women in history while leaving a trail of substance for future artists to follow, while the last, Vagina China, focuses on current issues that impact women today—and bares it all.

British Art Studies

Dr Hana Leaper

November 30, 2017

Read about the recent rediscovery of Bloomsbury Artists, Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant's "Famous Women" Dinner Service and this places Vagina China into a larger continuum of feminist art using ceramics and the plate form..

W Magazine

October 23, 2017

Our Art Hero and "Godmother" mentions our Vagina China project twice!

Huffington Post

September 27, 2017

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