|43 (Nov/Dec 91) Crafts
Anne Jackson on textile as fine art. Pueblo Indian Pottery, Hungarian artists and feminism. Kathleen Rogers relates computers and videos to lace-making. The Bottom Drawer and Echo: Works by Women Artists 1850-1940 curated by Maud Sulter including Elizabeth Siddall and Vanessa Bell. Nina Saunders, Rosmond Kinsey Milner, and a publication featuring Mona Hatoum, Chila Kumari Burman, Amanda Holiday, Simone Alexander and Rita Keegan.
|42 (Sep/Oct 91) Education 'Gender' inequalities in art education and a course which might change them, sexism in art secondary education and class and art education. Women pioneers in art education and the Guerrilla Girls. New art in India, Shelley Sacks in South Africa, Afro-American photography from Rita Keegan and photomontage from Cath Tate. Dorothy Wilding, Mandy McCartin, phototext installations by Jane Brettle, and installations by Sheila Clayton and Anne-Marie Watkins.|
|41 (Jul/Aug 91) Art & Technology
Catherine Richards on control and access to virtual reality. Sally Mould on the mystique surrounding computer animation and technology in general. Siobhan Wall talks about moving from painting into new technology and Margaret Benyon discusses her work with holograms. Susan Hiller's latest work, and Video Positive, New Contemporaries, the Whitney Biennial (Sally Mann, Carrie Mae Weems, Mary Kelly, Kiki Smith) and sculptor Anne Lydiat.
|40 (May/Jun 91) Artists' Books Featuring book artists Susan Johanknecht, Katherine Meynell, Julie O'Callaghan, Mary Plant and Rose Frain. Cathy Courtney asks why women use the bookwork as an outlet for 'pent-up protest'. Rebecca Fortnum talks to Paula Rego. Also Sharon Kivland, Cindy Sherman, Jo Spence, Leslie Hakim-Dowek, and Laura Godfrey-Isaacs. Group shows: Intimate Distance: Five Black Women Photographers, Strongholds and Parable Island.|
|39 (Mar/Apr 91) Sculpture Issue Features the hair of Muriel Magenta and a new role for sculpture by Lorna Green. Magdalena Abakanovic, Louise Bourgeois, Nicola Hicks, Jane Ackroyd, emerging sculptors in NY and Still and Silent Objects at the Natural History Museum (Roxane Permar, Mouse Katz, Patricia Cox and Coffin Price). Also Rita Keegan, Paula Williams and Dorrett McKoy in Louder than Words and Marevna (1892-1984). Interviews with Liz Rideal, June Redfern and Elisabeth Frink.|
38 (Jan/Feb 91) From Gabriele Münter to Valie Export a major exhibition of 20thC women's art. Mothers and Silent Health reviewed. Survival featured in a survey and report on black women in art school. Alice Jackson of the Odette Gilbert Gallery interviewed. Elizabeth Siddal profiled. Maxine Walker on South Asian photography. Nancy Honey, Fay Godwin, Maria Chevska, Signs of the Times including Rose Finn-Kelcey, Judith Goddard, Tina Keane, Tamara Krikorian, Lily Markiewicz and Valerie Walkerdine.