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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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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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Unveiling Artistic Pathways: The Labour of Dutch Women Artists in the Eighteenth Century. - AWARE
22.03.2024 | Romy Kerkhof

Unveiling Artistic Pathways: The Labour of Dutch Women Artists in the Eighteenth Century.

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Restricted, but not Deterred: How Women Became Artists in the Rulebound Eighteenth Century - AWARE
26.01.2024 | Paris A. Spies-Gans

Restricted, but not Deterred: How Women Became Artists in the Rulebound Eighteenth Century

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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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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

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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

Interview
Mira Schor: The Language of Painting - AWARE
30.09.2022 | Matylda Taszycka

Mira Schor: The Language of Painting

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Fina Miralles, from the idea of art to the art of lived experience - AWARE
05.08.2022 | Maia Creus and Maria Lluïsa Faxedas

Fina Miralles, from the idea of art to the art of lived experience

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Pioneers: Paula Boi-Gony, Yvette Bouquet, Micheline Néporon and Denise Tiavouane - AWARE
20.05.2022 | Sarah Lolley

Pioneers: Paula Boi-Gony, Yvette Bouquet, Micheline Néporon and Denise Tiavouane

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African-American Women Artists in French Public Collections: Acquisitions from the 1970s to the Present Day - AWARE
05.05.2022 | Kelly-Christina Grant

African-American Women Artists in French Public Collections: Acquisitions from the 1970s to the Present Day

Exhibition review
Uninvited: Canadian Women Artists in the Modern Movement - AWARE
25.03.2022 | Garance Malivel

Uninvited: Canadian Women Artists in the Modern Movement

Interview
Beatriz González: From the Dismantling of Universal Iconography to Provincial Singularity - AWARE
11.03.2022 | Beatriz González & Carolina Ariza

Beatriz González: From the Dismantling of Universal Iconography to Provincial Singularity

Exhibition review
Know My Name: Australian Women Artists 1900 to Now - AWARE
21.01.2022 | Jacqueline Millner

Know My Name: Australian Women Artists 1900 to Now

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The Danish Women Artists’ Retrospective Exhibition in Copenhagen, 1920 - AWARE
26.11.2021 | Sofie Normann Christensen

The Danish Women Artists’ Retrospective Exhibition in Copenhagen, 1920

Exhibition review
<i>The Power of My Hands</i> – Palms and Fists Raised - AWARE
06.08.2021 | Louise Thurin

The Power of My Hands – Palms and Fists Raised

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The Evolution of the Artistic Portrayal of Women by Chinese Female Artists in the 20th Century - AWARE
21.06.2020 | Paul Narjoz-Delatour

The Evolution of the Artistic Portrayal of Women by Chinese Female Artists in the 20th Century

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