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Organising/ Organisations
(vol 39, Jan 2017)
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Notes: Monographs and individual artists' exhibition catalogues are not included in this list, except where they are explicitly feminist and provide a key role model for feminist art practice. You can look at exhibitions and anthologies separately by moving to those pages. For authors' last names use capital letter first. For those beginning with "A", type "A" or use the first 3 letters of their last name.
The country search uses full English names, e.g. The Netherlands, except for USA and UK. "International" (use Capital "I") is the category used for projects where artists from more than 3 countries are involved. Books and exhibitions under "International" are in addition to those listed as individual countries. New sections have been added for geographical regions/ continents: Asia, Africa, Pacific, Middle East, South America, Scandanavia. These categories are in addition to individual countries listed. So, for searches in Africa, look also in Nigeria and Egypt.
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This results of this search will give all books, exhibition catalogues, magazines and special issues, blogs, websites and women's art organisations for a country, including places of exhibition and publication and is compiled from n.paradoxa's database.

The results list is organised with links to organisations/websites first, then journals, then books and exhibition catalogues by date (with most recent first):

2017 Karine  Berges, Florence Binard, Alexandrine Guyard-Nedelec eds  Feminismes du XXIe Siecle: une troisieme vague?  (France: Universitaires de Rennes)   

2017 Julie Crenn and Pascal Lièvre   HERstory - des archives à l'heure des postféminismes (21 Jan-19 March)- exhibition includes copies of n.paradoxa  (Maison des Arts Malakoff)   

2017 Elisabeth Lebovici   Ce que le sida m'a fait: Art et Activism a la fin du XX Siecle / What AIDS has done to me  (JRP Ringier)   

2017 Camille Morineau   Women House: La maison selon elles (20 Oct 2017-28 Jan 2018)  (Paris: Monnaie de Paris)   

2014 Carol Boulbès ed  Femmes, attitudes performatives  (Dijon : Les Presses du réel,)   

2014 Fabienne Dumont   Des sorcières comme les autres: artistes et féministes dans la France des années 1970  (Rennes: Presse Universite de Rennes)   

2014 Fabienne Dumont   Des sorcieres comme les autres - Artistes et feministes dans la France des annees 1970  (Rennes, PUR)   

2014 Anne Larue and Magali Nachtergael   Histoire de l'art d'un nouveau genre  (Paris : M. Milo)   

2014 Melissa Rerat   L'art vidéo au féminin: Emmanuelle Antille, Elodie Pong, Pipilotti Rist  (Lausanne : Presses polytechniques et universitaires romandes)   

2013 Domingo Pujante González ed  Ob-scena: l'obscène au féminin au tournant du XXIe siècle  (Paris : Éd. l'Improviste)   

2013 Siobhan Shilton   Transcultural encounters: Visualising France and the Maghreb in contemporary art  (Manchester: Manchester University Press)   

2013 Collection Frac Lorraine   Bad Girls (Collection Frac Lorraine)  (France: 49 Nord, 6 Est, Frac Lorraine)   

2013 Victoria  Lomasko and Nadia Plungian   Feminist Pencil - 2  (Moscow: ArtPlay)   

2012 Marie-Ève Charron, Thérèse St-Gelais, Marie-Josée Lafortune   Archi-feministes: Archiver le corps  (Optica)   

2012 Carla Lonzi and Giovanna Zapperi   Autoportrait (French edition)  (JRP Ringier)   

2011  Orlan, Bonnafous-Boucher, Maria (preface)   Ceci est mon corps... Ceci est mon logiciel: entre cultures occidentale et non occidentale  (Belgique : Al Dante éditions)   

2011 Nina Zivančević,    Onze femmes: artistes, slaves et nomades: Ljubinka Jovanovic, Kosara Boksan, Marina Abramovic, Evgenija Demnieska, Kirila Fäeh, Vesna Victoria, Vesna Bajalska, Ljubica Mrkalj, Olivera Majcen, Selena Vickovic, Jelena Miskovic.  (Paris: Non Lieu)   

2011 Catherine de Zegher and Griselda Pollock eds  Bracha Lichtenberg Ettinger: Art as Compassion  (Belgium: ASA publishers and MER, Paper Kunsthalle)   

2010 Fabienne Dumont  ed  La rebellion du deuxieme sexe - L'histoire de l'art au crible des theories feministes anglo-americaines (1970-2000)  (Dijon: Les presses du reel)   

2010 Camille  Morineau with Guilia Lamoni   Artistes femmes: de 1905 à nos jours  (Paris: Centres Pompidou)   

2010 Ellen de Bruijne ed  L.A.Raeven: Analyse/Research  (Hatje Cantz)    More

2009 Aline Dallier-Popper, Claudine Romeo (interview)   Art, féminisme, post-féminisme: un parcours de critique d'art  (Paris : L'Harmattan)   

2009 Perin Emel Yavuz   Genre, féminisme et valeur de l'art  (Paris : L'Harmattan)   

2009 Ayelet Zohar ed  PostGender: Gender, Sexuality and Performativity in Japanese Culture  (Cambridge Scholars Publishing)   

2009 Muriel Andrin (et al) eds  Femmes et critique(s): lettres, arts, cinéma  (Namur : Presses universitaires de Namur)   

2009  Centre Pompidou   Elles@Centre Pompidou (2009-2011)  (Paris: Centre Pompidou)  website and exhibition catalogue of the Centre Georges Pompidou for their rehang of the collection as all-women artists, 2009-2011 

2008, 2011     Petunia
Volumes 1-4 (c.2008,2010-2013) are online at issu
 (Paris: Triangle) 2014  

2008 Catherine  Gonnard and Elizabeth Lebovici   Femmes Artistes, Artistes Femme: La Creation en France, 1900-2000  (Paris, Edition Hazan)    More

2008 Beatrice  Josse and Helene Guenin   2 ou 3 Choses Que Je ignore d'elles: pour un manifeste POST (?)- FEMINISTE  (Frac Lorraine, (Text in English and French))    More

2007 Brigitte Rollet and Delphine Naudier eds  Genre et légitimité culturelle: quelle reconnaissance pour les femmes ?  (Paris : L'Harmattan)   

2007     Revue Cahiers du Genre: vol. 2 (n° 43) 'Genre, féminisme et valeur de l'art'  (L'Harmatan)   

2006 Margaret Camus ed  Création au féminin. Volume 2, Arts visuels (Vol. 1, Littérature),(Vol. 3, Creation, 2007)  (Dijon : Éd. universitaires de Dijon, Kaleidoscope)   

2006 Noel  Burch and Helene Marquie eds  Emancipation sexuelle ou contrainte des corps ?  (Paris : L'Harmattan)   

2006 Suzanne Van Hagen   Art'Fab;l'art, la femme, l'Europe  (Paris: Terrail\(exhibition, Saint Tropez))   

2006 Elvan Zabunyan, Valerie Mavridorakis, David Perreau   Martha Rosler sur|sous le pavé (exhibition catalogue)  (Universite de Rennes)   

2005 C. Jill O'Bryan   Carnal Art: Orlan's Refacing  (University of Minnesota Press)    More

2005 Sophie Calle (Introduction: James Putnam)   Appointment  (London: Thames and Hudson with Violette Editions.exhibition catalogue from London: Freud Museum)    More

2004 Luce  Irigaray   Luce Irigaray: Key Writings  (London/New York: Continuum)    More

2004 Marie-Jo Bonnet   Les femmes dans l'art: qu'est-ce que les femmes ont apporté à l'art?  (Paris : Éditions de la Martinière)   

2003 Silvie Coellier   Lygia Clark (L'enveloppe) La fin de la modernite et le desir du contact  (Paris: L'Harmattan)    More

2003 Sophie Calle   Exquisite Pain  (London: Thames and Hudson, French edition: Arles: Actes Sud)    More

2003 Diana Quinby   Le Collectif Femmes/ Art a Paris dans less annees 1970; une contribtuion a l'etude du movement  (Paris: Universite Pantheon-Sorbonne (PhD))   

2002 Michele Le Doeuff   The Philosophical Imaginary  (London: Continuum)    More

2002 Elvan Zaburiyan, Marie Joseph Bertini, Francoise Gange   Keep this Sex Out of My Sight: The Undisplayable of Female Sex as Revealed by Women  (Dis Voir)   

2001  Association Femmes et mathématiques, France   Rencontres entre artistes et mathématiciennes: toutes un peu les autres  (Paris : L'Harmattan)   

2000 Laura  Cottingham Intro by Christine Bard  How many "bad" fcminists does it take to change a lightbulb? / Combien de "sales" feministes faut-il pour changer une ampoule? : antifeminisme et art contemporain  (Lyon : Tahin Party)   

1997  Le Magasin   Vraiment: Feminisme et Art  (France, Grenoble: Le Magasin, Centre National d'Art Contemporain)   

1997     L'ontologie de l'oeuvre d'art ; Elles ; Propos sur l'exposition (N° de : "Pratiques", ISSN 1278-4370, n° 3/4, Automne 1997)  (Universite de Rennes)   

1995  Metz FRAC   Territoires Occupes : Kunst Konversion: Guerre, Violence et Artistes-Femmes  (France, Metz: Fonds Regionale d'art Contemporain de Lorraine)   

1994     Magazine Parcours  ()  (Spring) No.13 

1994 Mathilde  Ferrer and Yves Michard eds  Feminisme, art et histoire de l'art  (Paris: Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts)   

1991 Nancy  Grove   Magical Mixtures - Marisol Portrait Sculpture  ()   

1991 Lilianne Blanc   Elle sera Poete, elle aussi; les femmes et la creation artistique  (Paris: Diff. Inter-forum)   

1989     Cineffable (Paris)  ()  The festival is a huge event, which has run annually since 1989. The festival is divided into five different genre-categories; full-length fiction films, short fiction films, full-length documentaries, short documentaries and animations. There are over 50 screenings with work from feminist and lesbian filmmakers work in both French and English. The festival takes place in late October- beginning of November each year. 

1988 Patricia Smart   Les femmes du Refus global  (Montreal: Boreal)   

1988 Jean  Baudrillard and Sophie Calle   Suite Venetienne/Please Follow Me  (Seattle: Bay Press)   

1983     Opus International  ()  (Spring) Vol 188 'L'apport la part des femmes' 

1981  des Femmes   Une Annee a la Galerie des Femmes  (Paris)   

1980     Penelope  ((Paris))  No.3 Issue on Women and Creativity by students at Universite de Paris VII 

1979     Films de Femmes (Creteil)  ()  One of the longest running feminist film festivals on this list includes only films produced, directed or written by women. It takes place over two weeks in late March and early April. In addition to the film screenings a number of lectures and seminars take place on women in the film industry. 

1977     Obliques  ((France))  No. 14-15 'La Femme Surrealiste' 

1977     Humidite  ((Paris))  (Spring) 'L'art et les femmes' 

1977 Francoise d'Eaubonne   Historie de l'art et lutte des sexes  (Paris: Edition de la difference)   

1976 Aline Dallier, Ruth Brandon   Combative acts, profiles and voices : an exhibition of women artists from Paris : works by Bour, Hessie, Janicot, Maglione and a collective work by Aballea, Blum, Croiset, Mimi, and Yalter  (New York: AIR Gallery)   

1972     Tel Quel (literature et art)  ((Paris))  (February) 

     Re-Belles  ()  a blog on women artists and culture 

     AWARE: Archives of Women Artists, Research and Exhibitions  ()  website/organisation to research 20th C women artists founded by Camille Morineau in 2014 

     Elles@Centre Pompidou blog  ()  (active 2009-2011) 

 Aline  Dallier, Frank Popper   Réflexions sur l'exil, l'art et l'Europe : entretiens avec Aline Dallier  (Paris : Klincksieck, 1998)   

     Women in War  ()  an offshoot project as a small online gallery of a collaboration of feminist academics on women in war. 

     La Galerie at Espace des Femmes, Paris  ()  La Galerie des femmes started in 1981 by Antoinette Fouque, as part of Espace des Femmes and since 1992, has been at 74 rue de Seine.