Framing Feminism: Art and the Women's Movement 1970-1985
This is an introduction to the major events and debated in the early years of feminist art practice. An extensive collection of articles, as well as broadsheets printed in facsimile, illustrate the history and diversity of arguably the most important intervention in modern art. Essays by, amongst others, Laura Mulvey, Sarah Kent, Rosalind Coward, mary Kelly, and Sally Potter combine with press releases from the Women's Workshop, articles from The times and Spare Rib, and a host of other documents.
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