By  on January 20, 2020

PARIS — Judy Chicago is having the time of her life. At 80, the feminist artist, who views herself as an art world outsider, has been given a global platform, courtesy of Maria Grazia Chiuri, who commissioned her to create the set for her Dior spring haute couture show.

The installation — 300 feet long, 65 feet high and 50 feet wide — represents a reclining goddess figure, and was originally designed in the Seventies but never produced. With the help of show producer Alexandre de Betak, “The Female Divine” now sits in the garden of the Rodin Museum, where it’s open to the public until Jan. 26.

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