A time of one's own : histories of feminism in contemporary art / Catherine Grant.
In A Time of One's Own Catherine Grant examines how contemporary feminist artists are turning to broad histories of feminism ranging from political organizing and artworks from the 1970s to queer art and activism in the 1990s. Exploring artworks from 2002 to 2017 by artists including Sharon Hayes, Mary Kelly, Allyson Mitchell, Deirdre Logue, Lubaina Himid, Pauline Boudry, and Renate Lorenz, Grant maps a revival of feminism that takes up the creative and political implications of forging feminist communities across time and space. Grant characterizes these artists' engagement with feminism as a fannish, autodidactic, and collective f...
|Main author:||Grant, Catherine.|
Durham ; London :
Duke University Press,
XII, 214 p. : fot. ; 24 cm
Introduction: Anachronizing feminism -- Fans of feminism -- Killjoy's Kastle in London -- A time of one's own -- A feminist chorus -- Conversations and constellations -- Conclusion: Rooms of our own
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