Alter/image : feminism and representation in New Zealand art, 1973-1993
1993 · Wellington, N.Z.; Auckland, N.Z.
by Barton, Christina; Deborah Lawler-Dormer; Wellington City Art Gallery (Wellington, N.Z.); Auckland City Art Gallery
Wellington, N.Z.; Auckland, N.Z.: City Gallery, Wellington; Wellington City Council; Auckland City Art Gallery, Auckland City Council, 1993. Softcover. VG, ex-women's-art-museum library, with a spine label and pencil notation behind the title page.. Black wraps with BW illustration. 120 pp. Profusely illustrated in color and BW. Published on the occasion of the exhibition Alter/image, 1 Aug.-21 Nov. 1993 at the City Gallery, Wellington and 17 Dec. 1993-20 Feb. 1994 at the Auckland City Art Gallery. From the back cover: The show and book examine the impact of feminism on the visual arts in New Zealand, identifying ad discussing the various strategies women artists have adopted over the last 20 years. The book documents over 60 visual artists, film and video makers and performance artists who have been influenced by and who have helped shape feminist art practices in New Zealand. Their work is contextualized by women writers whose lively essays discuss a range of topics arising from this field of debate. (Inventory #: 130044)