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The print journal n.paradoxa
[ISSN 1461-0434] has published
500+ articles by or about
400+ artists and writers from
80+ countries in
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Published volumes:
Ends and Beginnings
(vol 40, July 2017)
Organising/ Organisations
(vol 39, Jan 2017)
Polemics/ Contestations
(vol 38, July 2016)
(vol 37, Jan 2016)
(vol 36, July 2015)
(vol 35, Jan 2015)
Lessons from History
(vol 34, July 2014)

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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.
The title search is limited to words used in the title, it does not provide a keyword or subject search facility. This search is for one word only, no boolean (multiple) searches are supported. Artists' last names can also be searched in the title section, if they are in a book or exhibition title.

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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 Elin Diamond, Denise Varney, Candice Amich eds  Performance, Feminism and Affect in Neoliberal Times  (Palgrave MacMillan)   

2012 - 2013 Reiko Kokatsu   Women In-Between: Asian Women Artists 1984-2012  (Japan, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum)   

2010 Laura Hein and Rebecca Jennison eds  Imagination without Borders: Feminist Artist Tomiyama Taeko and Social Responsibility  (Ann Arbor: Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan)   

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

2005 Reiko Kokatsu   Japanese Women Artists in Avantgarde Movements, 1950-1975  (Japan: Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine Arts)    More

2005 Mako Idemitsu   What a Woman Made  (art media KY, DVD and booklet)    More

2005 Michiko  Kasahara   Life Actually  (Museum of Tokyo Annual 2005 exhibition catalogue (Tokyo: Museum of Contemporary Art (MOT) 15 Jan-21 March (Text in Japanese and English))    More

2005 Midori  Yoshimoto   Into Performance: Japanese Women Artists in New York  (Rutgers University Press)    More

2001  Women's Art Network, Japan   Women Breaking Boundaries 21  (Osaka, Toki Art Space/Hillside Forum. Text in both Japanese and English.)   

2000     Image and Gender  () 2007  

1999 Chino  Kaori and Takaai Kumakura  eds  Onna? Nippon? Bi? (Women? Japan? Beauty?)  (Fujisawa: Keio University Press)   

1998 Yoshika Shimada, Ai Mori   How to Use Women's Body: Transfiguration of Sex, Gender, Nationality  (Tokyo: Ota Fine Arts)   

1997 Tokiko  Suzuki   Yureru onna, yuragu imeji : feminizumu no tanjo kara gendai made = Floating images of women in art history from the birth of the feminism toward the dissolution of the gender  (Utsunomiya-shi : Tochigi Kenritsu Bijutsukan)   

1996  Metropolitan Museum of Photography   Gender Beyond Memory: The Works of Contemporary Women Artists  (Japan: Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Sept 5- October 27)   

1991 Michiko  Kasahara    Exploring the Unknown Self: Self-Portraits of Contemporary Women Artists  (Tokyo: Museum of Photography)   

1991 Mary Jane  Jacob   Shikego Kubota: Video Sculpture  (University of Washington Press)   

     FAAB (Feminist Art Action Brigade)  ()  A feminist artists group in Japan, initiated in 2003, (first manifesto is still online) 

     Asia Women and Art Collective (AWAC Network)  ()  Founded in 1994, this group have organised seminars in Japan and the publication / Visions/, a newsletter in Japanese and a one-off edition in english, / Visions International /(March 1996) to promote feminist perspectives in Japan. 

     Tomorrow Girls Troupe a fourth wave social feminist art collective  ()  a fourth wave social feminist art collective, started March 2015