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26 (Dec/Jan 88) Performance, the RAG/USSR artist exchange and a study on the relationship between artists and models. Ans Swart's Sound painting, Leslie Hakim-Dowek, Alison Marchant, Myriam Bat-Yosef and May Morris (1862-1938). Performance includes Barbara Harrow,Edge 88, Tina Keane and "A Year in Performance" by Fran Cottell. Pam Gerrish Nunn questions Griselda Pollock's Vision and Difference. Pollock replies to the ongoing debate on Framing Feminism. Also Paula Rego and Nicola Hicks.
25 (Oct/Nov 88) Special Photography Issue Looks at four contemporary Indian photographers and a documentary series on photographers Lucia Moholy, Ursula Powys Lybbe, Helen Muspratt, Barbara Ker Seymer, Margaret Monck, Grace Robertson. Life-modelling and self-portraiture by Claire Collison, and Women's Work by Jamoula McKean. In an Unsafe Light (including Mona Hatoum), Madwoman in the Attic, Yve Lomax and books on Cindy Sherman and Mari Mahr  
24 (Aug/Sep 88) A report on The Missing Culture conference, Tim Eastop on public art. Lorna Green reviews the position of women in 20thC British sculpture. Other sculptors featured are Sophie Ryder, Mitzi Solomon Cunliffe, Veronica Ryan, Christine Merton, Edith Simon and Camille Claudel (1864-1943). Evelyn Williams's work is "out of the archive". Jacqueline Morreau, Niki de Saint Phalle and Sonia Boyce. Further debate on Framing Feminism and the implications of theory.
 
 

23 (Jun/Jul 88) Women Looking at Women: the female nude. Mothers and children throughout the history of women's art including Joan Eardley (1921-1963) and the sculpture of Käthe Kollwitz. Also Edith Rimmington, Ithell Colquhoun, Eileen Agar and Grace Pailthorpe and British Surrealism. Reviews of Rachel Field, Deirdre McConnell, Houria Niati, Elena Samperi, Eileen Cooper and Identity. Also a reappraisal by Alison Marchant of Jackson Pollock and responses to the review of Framing Feminism.


 
 

22 (Apr/May 88) Women artists at the Imperial War Museum. Anna Airy (1882-1964), Barbara Bodichon (1827-1891) and the Seven and Five Society are profiled. Framing Feminism and a report of the ICA event. Lisa Tickner's talk on Suffrage Art, a review of the art criticism surrounding Painting Women, the Verbogene Museum, Women's Work, Alice Maher, Julie Umerle, Lotte Laserstein, Therese Oulton, Suzanne Treister and Gwen Hardie. More debate around the work of Mouse Katz.

 
 

21 (Feb/Mar 88) Arts magazine funding and a review of the journal's achievements. Also Tart Art, Rose Rose. Elena Samperi remembered. Report on Labour discussion paper The Missing Culture. The Edwardian Era, Sarah Cawkwell, Frances Hodgkins and Beatrix Potter. The work of Mouse Katz inspires a debate on female form in feminist art.

 
 
20 (Dec/Jan 88) Women in the Arts and Crafts movement, the Edinburgh Festival and Women's Work VII. Linda Wilson Green on art, society and the woman photographer. Overview of the position of women in the arts at the Dutch symposium Artmachine. Jane Maria Bowkett (1837-1891), Elizabeth Butler and Painting Women Victorian women artists as well as Roxane Permar, Sharon Kivland, Mouse Katz and Let us now praise women.