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Centering Guyanese Women’s Art and Migration Narratives - AWARE
12.07.2024 | Grace Aneiza Ali

Centering Guyanese Women’s Art and Migration Narratives

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The Japanese women painters who moved across borders in the 1930s and 40s, and during World War II - AWARE
19.06.2024 | Megumi Kitahara

The Japanese women painters who moved across borders in the 1930s and 40s, and during World War II

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The sisters Shigure and Haruko Hasegawa, and Women’s Art magazine - AWARE
07.06.2024 | Tomoko Kira

The sisters Shigure and Haruko Hasegawa, and Women’s Art magazine

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How to Become an Artist in Interwar Warsaw. Examining the Emerging Artistic Careers of Three Jewish Women: Mary Litauer, Bella Natanson and Resia Schor - AWARE
26.04.2024 | Katarzyna Ewa Trzeciak

How to Become an Artist in Interwar Warsaw. Examining the Emerging Artistic Careers of Three Jewish Women: Mary Litauer, Bella Natanson and Resia Schor

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The major role of women artists in the history of art of the French Antilles in the context of slavery and post-slavery - AWARE
12.04.2024 | Christelle Lozère

The major role of women artists in the history of art of the French Antilles in the context of slavery and post-slavery

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Historiography of feminist art in Argentina from the 1970s through today - AWARE
08.03.2024 | Andrea Giunta

Historiography of feminist art in Argentina from the 1970s through today

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BuBu de la Madeleine’s Mermaid Revolution - AWARE
09.02.2024 | Akiko Mizoguchi & Emalyn

BuBu de la Madeleine’s Mermaid Revolution

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“For women, the exercise of political power is an unfulfilled project”: Natalia Iguiñiz and feminist activism in Peru - AWARE
12.01.2024 | María Laura Rosa

“For women, the exercise of political power is an unfulfilled project”: Natalia Iguiñiz and feminist activism in Peru

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Unbridled Abundance: Contemporary Feminist Art and Ageing - AWARE
01.12.2023 | Jacqueline Millner

Unbridled Abundance: Contemporary Feminist Art and Ageing

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Dispossessed: Portraiture and Property in the Case of Astrid Proll - AWARE
10.11.2023 | Alexandra Symons Sutcliffe

Dispossessed: Portraiture and Property in the Case of Astrid Proll

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From the Edo era to the beginning of the 20th century: the artistic education of women painters - AWARE
13.10.2023 | Kojima Kaoru

From the Edo era to the beginning of the 20th century: the artistic education of women painters

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Women Nihonga Painters and Bijinga - AWARE
13.10.2023 | Kojima Kaoru

Women Nihonga Painters and Bijinga

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The Gee’s Bend Quilt Collective: a story of the South - AWARE
14.09.2023 | Aby Gaye-Duparc

The Gee’s Bend Quilt Collective: a story of the South

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What were “Ultra Girls”? Women Artists in 1980s Japan - AWARE
16.06.2023 | Yukiko Yokoyama

What were “Ultra Girls”? Women Artists in 1980s Japan

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Texture and fibre. Landscape Writing and Relationships of Dependency: Plant Fibre Availability and Sustainability in Aché and Nivacché Women’s Artistic Practices and Processes in Paraguay - AWARE
26.05.2023 | Lia Colombino & Damián Cabrera

Texture and fibre. Landscape Writing and Relationships of Dependency: Plant Fibre Availability and Sustainability in Aché and Nivacché Women’s Artistic Practices and Processes in Paraguay

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A History of Western-Style Yōga Painting in Japan and Women Yōga Artists from the Meiji Period to the Pre-War Era - AWARE
21.04.2023 | Yukiko Yokoyama

A History of Western-Style Yōga Painting in Japan and Women Yōga Artists from the Meiji Period to the Pre-War Era

Interview
Joan Semmel: From Sex to Death, a Political Intimacy - AWARE
03.03.2023 | Ewa Giezek

Joan Semmel: From Sex to Death, a Political Intimacy

Exhibition review
Ruth Dorrit Yacoby: The Door to the Secret Garden - AWARE
10.02.2023 | Hadas Kedar

Ruth Dorrit Yacoby: The Door to the Secret Garden

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