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Women Looking at Women Looking at Women. Reclaiming Histories of Women in the Arts and Proposing Models to Facilitate Future Friendships | Annemarie Wadlow | 9789083222417

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Women Looking at Women Looking at Women

Reclaiming Histories of Women in the Arts and Proposing Models to Facilitate Future Friendships

Author:Annemarie Wadlow

Publisher:Page Not Found

ISBN: 978-90-832224-1-7

  • Paperback
  • English
  • 152 Pages
  • Jul 9, 2022
The booklet 'Women Looking at Women' by Annemarie Wadlow examines the ways women artists come together to collectively investigate their own image. It delves into various histories of feminist collective art practice and focuses on how women claim agency of their image through collaborations which connect intergenerational and long-distance friendships. Wadlow examines four visual case studies: 'L'atelier des femmes peintres' (1833) by Phillippe-Jacques van Bree, 'Photographers at the Ovular' (1980) by Joan E. Biren, Carmen Winant's photobook 'Notes on Fundamental Joy' (2019), and the poetic essay 'Women as Columns of Pillars' (2019) by Josephine Mead.
The booklet 'Women Looking at Women' by Annemarie Wadlow examines the ways women artists come together to collectively investigate their own image. It delves into various histories of feminist collective art practice and focuses on how women claim agency of their image through collaborations which connect intergenerational and long-distance friendships. Wadlow examines four visual case studies: 'L'atelier des femmes peintres' (1833) by Phillippe-Jacques van Bree, 'Photographers at the Ovular' (1980) by Joan E. Biren, Carmen Winant's photobook 'Notes on Fundamental Joy' (2019), and the poetic essay 'Women as Columns of Pillars' (2019) by Josephine Mead.

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