Volume 38 (July 2016) n.paradoxa, Polemics/Contestations

Available now: Volume 38 n.paradoxa (July 2016) Polemic/Contestations
n. paradoxa: international feminist art journal is now 19 years in print.
96 pages, ISSN 1461-0434

This volume contains women writers from Portugal, Ukraine, Russia, Spain, UK, Germany, Italy, Australia and about women artists from all these countries and Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan, Poland and Greece.


Márcia Oliveira and Maria Luísa Coelho  ‘On appropriation and craft: considering the feminist problem of de-politicization’ (considers the work of Joana Vasconcelos, Carla Cruz and Maria Nepomuceno)

Oksana Briukhovetska  ‘What in me is feminist?’ – a view of Ukrainan feminist initiatives in the visual arts and discussion of two exhibitions ‘What in me is feminine?‘ and ‘Motherhood

Srebrenka Kunek  ‘A Recipe for Hearing the Silences: An Installation Art Practice’ – a discussion of three major installation projects by this artist working in Australia: The Brides, Navigating the Victorian Food Trail, BHP Ribbons of Steel

Emanuela De Cecco ‘Maria Lai: nearby, up close, far away, in absentia’
reflects on the difficulties of writing about an artist where the artist’s words have been the predominant voice.

Pauline Barrie talks with Katy Deepwell   ‘Founding Feminism: Women’s Workshop, Artists Union and Women Artists Slide Library’ – an interview about organisation and feminist commitment.

Laura Leuzzi  ‘Early Women Artists’ Video Art in Italy: An overview’ discusses the work of Ketty La Rocca, Federica Marangoni, Anna Valeria Borsari and Maud Ceriotti

Marián López Fernandez Cao  ‘Mujeres en las Artes Visuales (MAV)/ Women in the Visual Arts: Seven Years of Work’ – a review of the work of this Spanish organisation, its biennale and its protests against the situation of women artists in the art system.

Paniz Musawi Natanzi  ‘The geopolitics of visual knowledge production: Afghan women artists in Afghanistan, Iran and Pakistan’ – an analysis of the geo-political and social situation of Afghan women artists across 3 countries.

Lourdes Méndez  ‘Exclusionary Genealogies’ – a critical analysis of Geneologias Feministas en el arte espanol, 1960-2010
Also available in Spanish (online) as ‘Genealogias Excluyentes’

Artist’s Pages: Laura Malacart  ‘THE LITTLE BOOK OF ANSWERS VOL.1’.
This documents the performance project, arising from Answers to the UK citizenship test, at Tate Modern Turbine Hall on 18 July 2015

Artist’s Pages: Victoria Lomasko
‘Bishkek – Yerevan – Dagestan – Tbilisi: Investigations With a Sketchbook’

Purchase now from http://www.ktpress.co.uk

n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal has been published annually (Jan/July) since 1998. In 19 years, 550+ articles from over 400+ writers/artists living and working in more than 80+ countries around the world have been published.

Single copies: Individuals (in UK/Europe) £9, (in USA/RoW) £12.50 including postage.
Libraries/Institutions (in UK/Europe) £16, (in USA/RoW) £20 including postage.

Subscriptions: Individuals (in UK/Europe) £18, (in USA/RoW) £25.00, including postage.
Libraries/Institutions (in UK/Europe) £32, (in USA/RoW) £39, including postage.

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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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