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Angela Dimitrakaki is Lecturer in Contemporary Art History and Theory at the University of Edinburgh. Lara Perry is Principal Lecturer in the School of Humanities at the University of Brighton.
Table of Contents
1. How to Be Seen: An Introduction to Feminist Politics, Exhibition Cultures and Curatorial Transgressions
Angela Dimitrakaki and Lara Perry
PART I. Feminism in the Art Institution
2. Sexual Politics: Art Style
(Introduction to the 1978 Hayward Annual Exhibition Catalogue)
3. A Great Time to Be A Woman? Feminism and Women's Art at Tate Modern
4. Feminism, Participation and Matrixial Encounters: Towards a Radical, Sustainable Museum (Practice)
5. A Serious Suggestion: Give Up the Goat. Art Collections and Feminist Critique in Sweden
Jessica Sjöholm Skrubbe and Malin Hedlin Hayden
6. Exhibiting Black Women's Art in the 1980s
PART II. Exhibitions and Counter-Practices
7. The Lessons of Sexual Politics: From the 1970s to Empire. An interview with Amelia Jones
8. Rethinking Inside the Visible
9. Art as Life, Art as Politics, Art as Political Action. An Interview with Suzanne Lacy
10. Forgotten Relations: Feminist Artists and Relational Aesthetics
11. Insights from Italy: Pleasure, Plurality, and Shaping the Present
Jo Anna Isaak
12. Gender Check, Feminism and Curating in Eastern Europe: An Interview with Bojana Pejic
PART III. Curating the Other/Curating as Other
13. The 'Woman Artist' as Curatorial Effect
Alexandra M. Kokoli
14. With her Fingers on the Political Pulse: The Transnational Curating of Maud Sulter
15. Archiving/An-archiving Gender Difference, or the 'Silkworm Cocoon' of Feminist Curatorial Research and Practices in the Balkans
16. The Problem of Equality, or Translating 'Woman' in the Age of Global Exhibition
17. Curatorial Collectives and Feminist Politics in 21st-Century Europe An interview with Kuratorisk Aktion