67 (Nov/Dec 95) Gossip Irit Rogoff on gossip and Modernist grand narratives, Frances Borzello looks for Mabel Nicholson at the Tate and Sacha Craddock on the Turner Prize. Griselda Pollockquestions new feminist art criticism. Genèvieve Cadieux, Cindy Bernard, Jacqueline Poncelet, Sokari Douglas Camp, Chila Kumari Burman, Janet Henry, Sheila Pitt, Pretext: Heteronyms, Self Evident and Making It.
66 (Sep/Oct 95) Histories Rosemary Betterton writes on women's painting in the 1990's and Melissa Feldman on the Fine Art vs. Craft debate. Lorraine Gamman interviews the Guerrilla Girls and Alison Rowley and Barbara Jones re-consider critical writings on Dorothea Tanning and Niki de Saint Phalle respectively. Also Chohreh Feyzdjou, Lisa Milroy, Susan Hiller, Chantal Ackerman, Paule Vézelay (1892-1984) and the Venice Biennale.
65 (Jul/Aug 95) Fetishism,Guns & Shopping Lorraine Gamman on fetishism in visual art and fashion. Gwen John's shopping lists, Heidi Reitmaier with Naomi Salaman and Hermione Wiltshire. RL Withers on guns, Val Williams on Emma Barton (1832-1938). Reviews of Susan Alexis Collins, Melinda Styles, Pam Skelton, Phyllida Barlow, Mikey Cuddihy, Eugenia Chigic-Vronskaia. Fetishism, Clot, After Auschwitz, Threadlines, Rhythm Method.
64 (May/Jun 95) Beauty & Value Orlan and Marina Abramovic,the 'extremes' of art practice. Profile of Janine Antoni. Heidi Reitmaier discusses feminism and the new generation with Laura Godfrey-Isaacs and Abigail Lane. Take me (I'm yours), Exotic Excursions, Hannah Collins, Lois Williams, Tracey Mackenna, Kiki Smith. Allen Jones's work from a 90s perspective.
63 (Mar/Apr 95) Art & Technology, War & the Body Technology's impact on women's art with Sadie Plant, Linda Dement and Caroline Smith. Preview of After Auschwitz and review Warworks: Women, Photography and the Art of War. The body explored by Louisa MacIver, Beverley Semmes, Rosemary Butcher, Elaine Kowalsky, Kiki Smith, Nilofar Akmut and the exhibition It's A Pleasure (including Hermione Wiltshire, Jemima Stehli, Laura Godfrey-Isaacs, Emma Rushton, Laura Ford, Nicola Petrie).
62 (Jan/Feb 95) Art & Politics In the context of 'feminist art' Griselda Pollock compares between US and British and Rose Frain discusses theory, practice and Irigaray. Also Käthe Kollwitz (1867-1945), Rita Donagh, Elisabeth Frink, Paula Rego, Adrienne Blake, Gurminder Sikand, mise en scéne (including Claude Cahun, Tacita Dean and Virginia Nimarkoh), Beyond the Pale and Forces of Change: Artists of the Arab World.
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