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Visibly female : feminism and art : an anthology

Auteur: Hilary Robinson
Uitgever: New York : Universe Books, 1988.
Serie: Women on art (New York, N.Y.)
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Hilary Robinson
ISBN: 0876635400 9780876635407
OCLC-nummer: 17413048
Beschrijving: xv, 317 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Inhoud: Personal statements --
Introduction: Raising issues --
The dancer and heat / Zena Herbert --
Sex on film --
lesbians / Kate, Angie, Martine, Sandra, Caroline --
Statement from Pandora's box catalogue / Penny Woolcock --
Statement from Sense and sensibility catalogue / Marie Yates --
Interviews --
Introduction: The shaped voice --
Karen Alexander: video worker / interviewed by Mica Nava --
Reworking myths: Sutapa Biswas / interviewed by Yasmin Kureishi --
Judy Chicago / interviewed by Dinah Dossor --
Rose Garrard / interviewed by Fiona Byrne-Sutton and Julia James --
Something omitted? / Rose Garrard --
Alexis Hunter / interviewed by Caroline Osborne --
Mary Kelly / interviewed by Terence Maloon --
Monica Sjoo / interviewed by Moira Vincentelli --
Reviews and overviews --
Introduction: Discussion and re-evaluation --
Judy Chicago, The Dinner party / Carrie Rickey --
The inner sanctum: The Dinner party / Karin Woodley --
Post partum document by Mary Kelly / Laura Mulvey --
Mystifiying theory / Margot Waddell and Michelene Wandor --
Using psychoanalytic theory / Parveen Adams, Rosalind Delmar and Sue Lipshitz --
Textual strategies: the politics of art-making / Judith Barry and Sandy Flitterman-Lewis --
Feminist romantic painting --
a re-constellation / Anna Bonshek --
Striking women / Beatrix Campbell and Gloria Chalmers --
Object into subject: some thoughts on the work of Black women artists / Michelle Cliff --
The reemergence of the archetype of the great goddess in art by contemporary women / Gloria Feman Orenstein --
Theory --
Introduction: Tools for the job --
Taking art to the revolution / May Stevens --
Some propaganda for propaganda / Lucy Lippard --
There have always been great Blackwomen artists / Chila Burman --
Old mistresses: women art and ideology by Rozsika Parker and Griselda Pollock / Lawrence Alloway --
Women art and ideology: questions for feminist art historians / Griselda Pollock --
Letter to the editor / Ann Sutherland Harris --
Reply to Ann Sutherland Harris / Griselda Pollock --
Feminist art and avant-gardism / Angela Partington --
How do women look? The female nude in the work of Suzanne Valadon / Rosemary Betterton --
Letter to the editor / Carolee Schneemann --
Lesbians in media education / Sandra Lahire --
Towards a feminist erotica / Kathy Myers --
Behind the fragments / Ros Coward, Yve Lomax and Kathy Myers.
Serietitel: Women on art (New York, N.Y.)
Verantwoordelijkheid: edited and introduced by Hilary Robinson.

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