The book charts, and offers a critical perspective on, the history of feminism's impact on curatorial practices in contemporary Europe (including the former East, Scandinavia and Southern Europe) and North America. The volume comprises essays and interviews as well as a long and rigorous introduction by the two editors. Topics addressed by contributors range from biennials, Tate Modern, curatorial collectives, alternative spaces, relational aesthetics, landmark feminist exhibitions.
|Publisher||Liverpool University Press|
|Number of pages||293|
|Publication status||Published - Jul 2013|
|Name||Value, Art, Politics|
- feminism, curating, 20th century and contemporary art, North America and Europe