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vol. 31 pp.4
'African masks, family photographs and open suitcases: Rosana Paulino, Mónica de Miranda and Maimuna Adam'
vol. 31 pp.5-14
'Michele Magema: Without Echo, there is no Meeting'
vol. 31 pp.15-22
'Silent Toyi-Toyis in the work of Donna Kukama and Reshma Chhiba'
vol. 31 pp.23-31
|Ayana Jackson, Zanele Muholi, Pinar Yolacan, Angele Etoundi Essamba
'Artists Pages: Ayana Jackson, Zanele Muholi, Pinar Yolacan, Angele Etoundi Essamba'
vol. 31 pp.32-46
'Contemporary women artists in Tunisia: Meriem Bouderbala, Mouna Jmal, Sana Tamzini, Fatma Charfi'
vol. 31 pp.47-52
|Taiye Idahor, Ato Malinda, Adwoa Amoah, Maimuna Adam, Mary Sibande
'Taiye Idahor, Ato Malinda, Adwoa Amoah, Maimuna Adam, Mary Sibande'
vol. 31 pp.53-57
'Cut to the Chase: The Work of Mary Evans'
vol. 31 pp.58-64
'Contesting the Aunt Jemima Trademark through Feminist Art: Why is She Still Smiling?'
vol. 31 pp.65-72
'From “ferramentaria” to trance: Symbolism, concept and religiosity in the work of Eneida Sanches'
vol. 31 pp.73-77
'From Footnote to Main Text: Re/Framing Women Artists from Nigeria'
vol. 31 pp.78-87
'Betwixt and In-Between: Reading Zarina Bhimji'
vol. 31 pp.88-95