An inspirational book about contemporary art by women about women. Featuring 200 works from the 1970s to the present, in different media by women artists. How do women paint or photograph each other? How do they represent each other in performance or sculpture? As mothers or heroines? With tenderness, aggression or respect? An evocative exploration of the female gaze as it focuses on other women.
Liz Rideal is an artist and Reader in Fine Art at the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London and has worked for over thirty years with the National Portrait Gallery. Kathleen Soriano is an independent curator, broadcaster and Chair of the Liverpool Biennial.
Hardback 240 pages.
Measurements: 29.2 cm x 21.9 cm.
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