|Statement||selected by Harmony Hammond ; exhibition chaired by Menucha.|
|Contributions||Hammond, Harmony., Washington Women"s Arts Center.|
|LC Classifications||N72.F45 F448|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||80050340|
Art monographs and museum exhibition catalogs on key feminist artists, including Lee Lozano, Ida Applebroog, Marina Abramovic, Nancy Spero, Joyce Kozloff, Sarah Lucas, Cindy Sherman and Eleanor Antin, as well as recent surveys and exhibition catalogs on feminist art. A book list on feminist art. Feminist art, therefore, is not a simple classification of a type of art, but rather the space where feminist politics and the domain of art-making intersect. The Companion provides readers with an overview of the developments, concepts, trends, influences, and activities within the space of contemporary feminist art—in different locations. Cipe Pineles. If you haven't heard of these artists, this book is for you—and any child in your life who loves to paint, sculpt, or simply play with color. Women in Art tells the story of 50 artists, some famous, some less so, representing a variety of eras and media.5/5(1). The quintessential text of second wave feminism, Friedan’s book became one of the original pieces of feminist theory to become a mainstream hit. Its indictments of the “tion: Writer.
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