Rubies & Rebels: Jewish Female Identity in Contemporary British Art

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Monica Bohm-Duchen, Vera Grodzinski
Lund Humphries, 1996 - Art - 112 pages
Jewish female identity in Contemporary British Art: This book reproduces works by the twenty artists. The artworks included range widely: from work that addresses issues of identity in a direct and explicit manner to work where such references are more oblique; from work which is affirmative to work that adopts a more critical approach.

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Notes on Contributors
Is Feminism to Judaism as Modernity is to Tradition?
Jewish Women Artists in Britain 17001940

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About the author (1996)

Monica Bohm-Duchen is an independent writer, lecturer, and curator. Based in London, she has worked for such leading institutions as the Tate, the National Gallery, and the Royal Academy of Arts. Her many books include "After Auschwitz: Responses to the Holocaust in Contemporary Art." She teaches a course on art and war at Birkbeck, University of London, and at New York University in London.

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