n.paradoxa: Volume 34 (July 2014) ‘Lessons from History’ just published

n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal has just published volume 34 (July 2014) on ‘Lessons from History’. n.paradoxa is available in print and electronic formats. Order your copy online at www.ktpress.co.uk.
The 96 pages of the print journal contain:- Zoe Bray’s ‘Interviews with Two Basque Artists Ana Laura Aláez and Azucena Vieites’; Marina Grzinic and  Aneta Stojnic on ‘Transfeminists and transmigrants perspectives in Europe’; Helen McDonald
‘Fling ups and Girly Bits: Feminist art and the labiaplasty “epidemic” ‘; Joana Monbaron ‘Private Yearnings for the Exotic Tearing off the (Post-) Soviet Wallpaper’ on Taus Makhacheva and Maria Kapajeva; Swapnaa Tamhane on the work of ‘Rummana Hussain: Building Necessary Histories’; Natalie Seiz ‘Generations, re-entry, transnationality: approaches to contemporary women’s art history in Taiwan: Hung Yi-Chen and Tsai Charwei’; Anne Shea’s interview with ‘Jenny Polak: Exposing/Hiding Citizen/Non-Citizen’; Eileen Legaspi-Ramirez ‘Taking it on Faith: Inscribing the Un(der)written in the work of  Varsha Nair and Raquel de Loyola’; Harriet Curtis  ‘Restaging Feminism in Los Angeles: Suzanne Lacy’s ‘Three Weeks in January’ (2012): ‘Three Weeks in May’ (1977)’; Katy Deepwell Interview with ‘Felicity Sparrow: on forming the women’s distribution group, “Circles”‘.  Artist’s Pages by Pam Skelton.

About nparadoxa

n.paradoxa is an international feminist art journal, published since 1996 online and 1998 in print website: www.ktpress.co.uk n.paradoxa is edited by Katy Deepwell
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