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Organising/ Organisations
(vol 39, Jan 2017)
Polemics/ Contestations
(vol 38, July 2016)
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Lessons from History
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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.

All n.paradoxa articles are listed separately. To search these, Click here

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 Rosemarie Buikema, and Iris van der Tuin eds  Doing gender in media, art and culture (1st ed. 2009)  (Routledge)   

2013 Mirjam Weston   Female Power. Matriarchy, Spirituality & Utopia (2 March - 19 May)  (Arnhem: Museum voor Moderne Kunst Arnhem)   

2012 Marta Zarzycka and Bettina Papenburg   Carnal Aesthetics: Transgressive Imagery and Feminist Politics  (London: IB Tauris)   

2012     Frontiers: A Journal of Women's Studies  () 2012 Special issue on Feminist Art and Social Movements: Beyond NY/LA (vol 33, no.2) 

2011 Frédérique  Bergholtz ed  If I can´t dance I don´t want to be a part of the revolution: Conversation Pieces  (Berlin: Revolver)    More

2011 Marta Zarzycka and Bettina Papenburg eds  Carnal Aesthetics: Trangressive Imagery and Feminist Politics  (London: IB Tauris)   

2010 Mathilde ter heijne   Any day now  (Kunsthalle Nuremburg and Lentos Museum, Linz)    More

2010 Kelly Clark Keefe   Invoking Mnemosyne: art, memory and the uncertain emergence of a feminist embodied mythology  (Rotterdam: Sense Publishers)   

2009 Mirjam Westen ed  Rebelle: Kunst en feminisme 1969-2009  (Arnhem Gemeentemuseum)    More

2003     The Sandwich Man  ((The Netherlands))  (June) 

2003  Fries Museum, Leeuwarden   Just love me : post/feminist positions of the 1990s from the Goetz Collection  Curators: Rainald Schumacher, Matthias Winzen  (Fries Museum (Leeuwarden, Netherlands), Bergen kunstmuseum, Sammlung Goetz, Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden. Koln : Konig)   

2000 Deanna  Hearst and Nat Muller  eds  Ctrl+shift art - ctrl+shift gender: Convergences of Gender, New Media and Art  (Netherlands; Amsterdam, Axis Bureau voor de Kunsten V/M)    More

1999  Old Boys Network   next Cyberfeminist International  (Rotterdam: March 8-11)    More

1999  Axis : Deanna Herst, Jan Torpus, Alex Schaub   Axis: Gender, Media, Art  (Amsterdam: Axis, (a CD-Rom))    More

1995 F. Pezoldo   Pezoldo: Kunst fur das 21 Jahrhundert: Entwurf einer Gegenwelt / Art for the 21st Century: Design of a Counterworld  (Edition: Cantz)   

1993 Titia  Jeanette Top   Art and Gender: Creative Achievement in the Visual Arts  (Amsterdam)   

1993 Mieke  Bal and Anneke Smelik, Rosemarie Buikema eds  Vrouwenstudies in de Cultuurwetenschappen  (Germany, Muiderberg: Coninho)   

1993 Martine  Brinkhuis   Koppeltekens: vier Kunstenaarsparen vier Dialogen  (Amsterdam: In de Knipscheer)   

1991, 1992  Museum Fodor/Stedelijk   Parler Femme  (Amsterdam:Museum Fodor/Stedelijk, exhibition catalogue)   

1984  Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam   Feminisme in het Medium (Band I and II)  (Amsterdam: Stedelijk)   

1984     Ruimte  ((Amsterdam)) 1996  

1980 Heidi  de Mare   Feministiese Kunst Bestaat Niet: wij maken er een potje van Nijmegen  (Nijmegen: K.U.N.)   

1980     International Festival (Assen)  ()  The festival runs over two days in March featuring films made by women or in which women play a major role.  

1979  Gemeente Museum den Haag and de Appel, Amsterdam   Feministische Kunst International  (Den Haag, Gemeente Museum & Amsterdam, de Appel)   

1978 A. Schenk    Waaron zijn er geen beroemde vrouwelijke kunstenaars geweest?  (Amsterdam: Stichting Vrouwen in de Beeldende Kunst)   

1975 M. van Soest and E.Besnyo   Neid,wat ben ik bewust geworden: Vijf jaar Dolle Mina  (Holland : Den Haag: Stichting Uitgeverij Dolle Mina)   

     Atria, formerly Aletta, formerly IIAV  ()  Atria: institute on gender equality and women's history. A very important research and study center with a large library in Amsterdam  

     SVBK, Amsterdam (women artist's organisation), archive housed at Atria  ()  Archive of Stichting Vrouwen in de Beeldende Kunst (SVBK).SVBK's archives on women artists, collected between 1976-1993 are at Atria (formerly known as Aletta).