Doing feminism : women's art and feminist criticism in Australia / Anne Marsh.Series: Miegunyah Press series. Second numbered series ; ; 200.Publisher: Carlton, Victoria : The Miegunyah Press, © 2021Description: xi, 531 pages : colour illustrations ; 31 cmContent type:
- still image
- 704.042 23
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"This is no. 200 in the second numbered series of Miegunyah volumes made possible by Miegunyah Fund..." --
Includes a compilation of republished journal articles.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
A bold and strikingly illustrated record of women's art and feminism in Australia. Doing Feminism represents over 220 artists and groups with 370 colour illustrations punctuated by extracts from artists' statements, curatorial writing and critique. Tracking networks of art practice, exhibitions, protest and critical thought over several generations, Marsh demonstrates the innovation and power of women's art and the ways in which it has influenced and changed the contemporary art landscape in Australia and internationally. The images and texts are curated by decade and contextualised to provide a broad analysis of art and feminist criticism since the late 1960s. The result of many years of research in the field and the archive, Doing Feminism reproduces essays by key protagonists involved in the critical debates and theoretical positions of the day, including curators writing on exhibitions that signalled major change, especially for Indigenous artists. This extraordinary work presents one of the most comprehensive collections of material ever compiled on women and the arts in Australia. Marsh guides the reader through the struggles, contestations and achievements of women and feminism in the visual arts and argues that this is the doing of feminism with all its differences. It will become essential reading for years to come. --
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