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'EDITORIAL (Katy Deepwell)'
vol. 27 pp.4
''Working-through' public and private labour: Sophie Calle's Prenez soin de vous'
vol. 27 pp.5-13
'Memory Work,Trauma and the Maternal'
vol. 27 pp.14-18
|Ewa Malgorzata Tatar
'Interrogating 'postfeminism': Women artists from Poland'
vol. 27 pp.19-28
|Meredith A. Brown
'The Balance Sheet: A.I.R. Gallery and Government Funding'
vol. 27 pp.29-37
'Mitsuko Tabe: Beyond Kyushu-ha'
vol. 27 pp.38-46
'Gao Yuan's 'Precious Little Angel''
vol. 27 pp.47-51
'Up for Review: Re-presentations of Black Women's (Art)work'
vol. 27 pp.52-59
'On the 'grotesque working conditions' of women artists'
vol. 27 pp.60-66
'Reinterpreting the Mannequin: Allen Jones, Cathy Wilkes and Morag Keil'
vol. 27 pp.67-74
'Craft-Work: A sampler of musings on art and labor in the Information Age or how to make alterations in global financial fabrics'
vol. 27 pp.75-80
''The relationship between big and small things' Tsaplya and Gluklya, Factory of Found Clothes: Interview by Katy Deepwell'
vol. 27 pp.81-92