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Elisheva Cohen and Ayala Gordon: Museology as a Social Challenge - AWARE
11.11.2022 | Osnat Zukerman Rechter

Elisheva Cohen and Ayala Gordon: Museology as a Social Challenge

Elisheva Cohen and Ayala Gordon were active at the Israel Museum of Jerusalem in the second half ... Read more
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Experience as an Affective Methodology of Investigation - AWARE
23.09.2022 | María Laura Rosa

Experience as an Affective Methodology of Investigation

“There is a living history dwelling within each and every one of us, comprised of memories,... Read more
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The Feminist Dowry of Dunja Blažević - AWARE
09.09.2022 | Vesna Vuković

The Feminist Dowry of Dunja Blažević

On the contemporary art scenes of the countries of post-socialist-Yugoslavia there is consensus o... Read more
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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

Fina Miralles (born 1950, Sabadell) is internationally known for her work associated with the var... Read more
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Women Artists from the Arab World: On the Discourse of Abstraction and Other Misconceptions - AWARE
08.07.2022 | Nadia Radwan

Women Artists from the Arab World: On the Discourse of Abstraction and Other Misconceptions

The years 2021 and 2022 have sadly witnessed the loss of three monuments of modern art from the A... Read more
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Soun Gui Kim, a Korean Artist in France: Art as a Form of Resistance - AWARE
03.06.2022 | Sujin Kim

Soun Gui Kim, a Korean Artist in France: Art as a Form of Resistance

Soun Gui Kim is a French artist, born in South Korea, who has lived in France since 1971. Born in... Read more
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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

The Professionalisation Processes and Emancipatory Strategies of Four Kanak women Artists in New ... Read more
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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

Long under-represented in art history, African-American women artists have enjoyed increased visi... Read more
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Women sculptors, public statuary and nationalism - AWARE
29.04.2022 | Cassandra Levasseur

Women sculptors, public statuary and nationalism

The second half of the 19th century, with the regimes of the Second Empire (1852-1870) and the Th... Read more
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Women artists and their role in the political struggles of Senegal - AWARE
04.02.2022 | Fatou Sow Sarr

Women artists and their role in the political struggles of Senegal

Senegalese women have always positioned themselves at the heart of political negotiations. Under ... Read more
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Haptic Visuality and Experience: Embodied Ways of Seeing in Ghazaleh Hedayat’s Artworks - AWARE
24.12.2021 | Somayeh Noori Shirazi

Haptic Visuality and Experience: Embodied Ways of Seeing in Ghazaleh Hedayat’s Artworks

In a series of photographs and assemblages produced between 2008 and 2019, Iranian visual artist ... Read more
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Chinese Women Artists in the Early Twentieth Century - AWARE
10.12.2021 | Doris Sung

Chinese Women Artists in the Early Twentieth Century

This article gives an overview of Chinese women’s contribution to the art reform and the changing... Read more
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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

Since the 1960s and 1970s there has been a growing tendency to produce exhibitions featuring excl... Read more
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Artists at the rearguard in the Spanish Pavilion of the Republic (1937) - AWARE
08.10.2021 | Maite Garbayo Maetzu and Noemi de Haro García

Artists at the rearguard in the Spanish Pavilion of the Republic (1937)

Manuela Ballester, Francis Bartolozzi and Juana Francisa Rubio. Read more
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Activism and collaborative strategies for Latin American women artists - AWARE
10.09.2021 | María Laura Rosa

Activism and collaborative strategies for Latin American women artists

Activism and collaborative strategies for Latin American women artists: Estado de emergencia [Sta... Read more
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The Women of the British Black Arts Movement - AWARE
20.08.2021 | Aurella Yussuf

The Women of the British Black Arts Movement

The early 1980s ushered in a politically charged era among Black visual artists in Britain. Artis... Read more
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Afro-Brazilian artists in the transition between two centuries - AWARE
23.07.2021 | Andrea Giunta

Afro-Brazilian artists in the transition between two centuries

While Latin American art has achieved growing recognition since the 1990s, basically as a result ... Read more
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Care and Art - AWARE
09.07.2021 | Jacqueline Millner

Care and Art

As an art theorist, writer and educator, I came to care ethics as a way to think through the rela... Read more

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