Volume 32 on Citizenship (July 2013) of n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal is now available in print and online from www.ktpress.co.uk This volume is available to purchase as a single volume or with a print or electronic subscription.
Alla Mitrofanova ‘The Public and the Political in Feminist Statements: Street Actions in St. Petersburg and the Pussy Riot Case’ pp.5-12
Basia Sliwinska ‘And Europe will be Stunned: Yael Bartana and JRMiP’ pp.13-22
Sue Bell Yank ‘In the Space Between Bodies: Women Artists and Occupy LA’ pp.23-31
‘Views of Women Artists from the 55th Venice Biennale’ pp.32-35
Artists Pages: Monica Ross ‘Anniversary— an act of memory’ pp.36-38
Michèle Fuirer ‘Suzanne Lacy: Silver Action’ pp. 39-45
Melissa Potter ‘Feminist Felt’ pp.46-47
Adele Chynoweth ‘‘The stain is indelible’ : Rachael Romero’s The Magdalene Diaries’ pp.48-58
Marta Garsd ‘Now We See You, Now We Don’t: Women-Artists Networks in Post-dictatorship Argentina (1986-1999)’ pp.59-69
Manyu Zhang ‘Xiao Lu: Dialogue, Sperm and Wedding’ pp.70-76
Kim Paice ‘Feminism, Democracy and Participatory Net Works’ pp. 77-83
Hilary Robinson ‘Actionmyth, Historypanic: The entry of VALIE EXPORT’s Aktionhose: Genitalpanik into art history’ pp.84-89
Bojana Pejic ‘Ilona Németh: Dilemma’ pp.90-96
n.paradoxa continues its mission to publish in-depth critical articles on contemporary women artists from around the world drawing on feminist theory in each volume.
The current volume of n.paradoxa is available in the following art bookshops:
UK: Tate Modern, ICA and Serpentine Gallery in London; Arnolfini, Bristol; Ikon Gallery, Birmingham.
Europe: Wiels, Brussels; CCA Andratx, Mallorca; Jeu de Paume, Paris; Motto, Berlin; Pavillion, Bucharest.