The Women's Art Library (MAKE)

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MAKE Magazine and Women's Art Magazine back issues

MAKE back issues are available to consult in the main periodicals collection on the second floor, and in the Women's Art Library, where they can be used in the Special Collections Reading Room during office hours. Please contact us to arrange access.

The full text of MAKE magazine is available online:

Goldsmiths staff and students: Off campus access with campus username and password.
You can also find the links to these resources by performing a Journals search of the Goldsmiths Library Catalogue for 'MAKE'.


92 (Special Edition 2002)

92 (Special Edition 2002) International survey of features and interviews: Dawn Mellor (by Catherine Grant and Tahani Nadim), Urban Pornography (Lauri Firstenberg), Dara Friedman (Gemma DeCruz), Goshka Macuga (Grant Watson), Janette Parris (Alison Green), Trine Sandergaard (Sophie Pucill), Rachel Feinstein (Cedar Lewisohn), Gelson Karamustafa (Ahu Antmen), Women Art Watch: China (Chaos Y. Chen), Amelie von Wulffen (Barbara Hess), Tim Noble and Sue Webster (Christina Valentine), Teresa Chen (Carlotta Graedel Matthui), Honey Luard (Robert Preece), Kara Walker (Ali Subotnick), Tamara Grcic (Angela Rosenberg), Andrea Zittel (Kirsten Lyle), Rose Nolan (Damiano Bertoli), Liz Craft (Tessa Laird), Jean Lee (Trish Meehan), Esra Esren (Mats Stjernstedt), Sanaa (Hans Ulrich Obrist), Chloe Piene (Lisa Prior), Grayson Perry (Kathy Kubicki), Fiona Drummond (Steven Gontarski), Market and Seduction: Cuba (Magda Gonzalez-Mora), Monica Bonvicini (Angela Rosenberg), Catherine Opie (Alice Gilbertson), Julika Rudelius (Robert Preece and Lisa Holden), Eija-Liisa Ahtila (Samantha Ellis), The Flowers' Power (Evelyne Jouanno), Isa Genzken (Angela Rosenberg), Saskia Olde Wolbers (Edwina Ashton), Monique Prieto (Morgan Falconer), Janet Cardiff (Larissa Harris), History Repeating (Ariane Beyn, Malerie Marder (Sarah Conway), Amy Adler (Catherine Grant), Ghada Amer (Rosa Martinez) with Artists Pages from the Gwangju Biennale 2002.

For further information and appointments contact:

Women’s Art Library, Curator
Althea Greenan
Women's Art Library, Special Collections
Goldsmiths, University of London
New Cross SE14 6NW

Email: a.greenan (
Tel: 020 7717 2295

My normal working days are Mon-Wed.