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Feminism in global contemporary art...transnational and transgenerational
The print journal n.paradoxa
[ISSN 1461-0434] has published
500+ articles by or about
400+ artists and writers from
80+ countries in
40 vols, 1998-2017
published 21 issues
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The last of these was the
n.paradoxa's guide to Feminist Art, Art History and Criticism
Ends and Beginnings
(vol 40, July 2017)
(vol 39, Jan 2017)
(vol 38, July 2016)
(vol 37, Jan 2016)
(vol 36, July 2015)
(vol 35, Jan 2015)
Lessons from History
(vol 34, July 2014)
KT press is the publisher of n.paradoxa, the Feminist Art Observatory and a series of ebooks on contemporary women artists.
KT press operates as a not-for-profit publishing company whose aim is to promote understanding of women artists and their work. The founder of KT press, Feminist-Art-Observatory and editor of n.paradoxa is Katy Deepwell.
This website https://www.ktpress.co.uk provides the largest and most international online resource about feminism and contemporary art. The Feminist Art Observatory lists around 5,000 items (books, magazines, links, organisations, theses) from the 1970s to the present.
(ISSN: 1461-0434), (vol 1) Jan 1998 - (vol 40) July 2017
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In the 20 years and 40 volumes of n.paradoxa, 500+ scholarly and critical articles written by women critics, art historians and artists which extend feminist art, theory, criticism and history on and about the work of contemporary women artists post-1970 (visual arts only) working across the world were published.
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