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Artkrush Explores Contemporary Feminist Art

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The latest issue of Artkrush, which is available online now, explores contemporary feminist art from around the globe. Artkrush #55 features a survey of the Global Feminisms exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum and an in-depth interview with Cornelia Butler, curator of WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution at the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art. We also profile multimedia artist A.L. Steiner and review a new monograph of provocateur Tracey Emin. The issue includes reviews of exhibitions by Monica Bonvicini and Cerith Wyn Evans as well as a mix of news and other international exhibition reviews.

Check it out at this  link.

All best,


Paul Laster



2 thoughts on “Artkrush Explores Contemporary Feminist Art

  1. I just read this article in my latest edition of The New Yorker:

    Not sure if it is revelant to Artkrush

    Posted by chasingmoksha | April 10, 2007, 5:43 pm


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