Past Present: The National Women's Art Anthology
Joan Kerr, Jo Holder
Craftsman House, 1999 - Art - 224 pages
This book is a collection of essays on feminist art, art history, criticism and museum practices in Australia today. Artists, art historians, curators, collectors and critics revisit and expertly evaluate aspects of the 1995 National Womens' Art Exhibition. This is no monolithic view of feminism; it will interest all artists.
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Martha Sear Curious and Peculiar? Women Taxidermists in Colonial Australia
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