Heresies : A Feminist Publication on Art & Politics / Sex Issue
  • periodical
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  • 27.7 x 21.5 cm.
  • 112 pp.
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Heresies : A Feminist Publication on Art & Politics / Sex Issue

(Issue No. 1)

Joan Braderman, Harmony Hammond, Elizabeth Hess, Arlene Ladden, Lucy Lippard, May Stevens, Mandy Martin, Barbara Ehrenreich, Martha Rosler, Eva Cockcroft, Adrienne Rich, Elizabeth Zelvin, May Stevens, Carol Muske, Carole Ramer, Deborah Hiller, Gloria Jenson, Groupe de Cinq, Arlene Ladden, Carol Duncan, Louise Bourgeois, Marisol, Ann Leda Shapiro, Dotty Attie, Anita Steckel, Joan Semmel, Susan Yankowitz, Jayne Cortez, Nancy Spero, Jan Clausen, Meridel Le Sueur, Susan Saxe, Harmony Hammond, Ruth E. Iskin, Mary Beth Edelson, Amy Sillman, Lucy R. Lippard, Joan Braderman, Ann Newmarch, Mandy Martin, Toni Robertson, Kate Jennings, Suellen Snyder, Su Friedrich, Accion para la Liberacion de la Mujer Peruana, Rivolta Femminile, Assata Shakur, Marty Pottenger, Pat Sweeney, Bonnie Lockhart

Heresies : A Feminist Publication on Art & Politics / Sex Issue

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The first issue of the Heresies, a quarterly feminist publication on art and politics. Issue edited by the First-Issue Collective: Joan Braderman, Harmony Hammond, Elizabeth Hess, Arlene Ladden, Lucy Lippard, and May Stevens. Essays "Traditional Status Values of the Village..." by Mandy Martin; "From the First-Issue Collective"; "Toward Socialist Feminism," by Barbara Ehrenreich; "Tijuana Maid," by Martha Rosler; "Women in the Community Mural Movement," by Eva Cockcroft; "Women and Honor: Some Notes on Lying," by Adrienne Rich; "Adman and Zucchini Poem," by Elizabeth Zelvin; "Tribute to Rosa Luxemburg and Two Women," by May Stevens; "The Art of Not Bowing: Writing by Women in Prison," by Carol Muske; "Songs from a Free Space," by Carole Ramer, Deborah Hiller, Gloria Jenson; "La Roquette, Women's Prison," by Groupe de Cinq; "Fays, Floozies and Philosophical Flaws," by Arlene Ladden; "The Esthetics of Power in Modern Erotic Art," by Carol Duncan; "Now Women Repossess Their Own Sexuality," by Louise Bourgeois, Marisol, Ann Leda Shapiro, Dotty Attie, Anita Steckel, Joan Semmel; "ABCs," by Susan Yankowitz; "Do You Think," by Jayne Cortez; "Bomb Shitting and Torture in Chile," by Nancy Spero; "The Empress Anastasia in New York," by Jan Clausen; "Dead in Bloody Snow," by Meridel Le Sueur; "Notes from the First Year," by Susan Saxe; "Posters from the People's Republic of China"; "Feminist Abstract Art - A Political Viewpoint," by Harmony Hammond; "'Females Experience in Art,': The Impact of Women's Art in a Work Environment," by Ruth E. Iskin; "Death of the Patriarchy/Heresies," by Mary Beth Edelson; "A Pink Strip," by Amy Sillman; "The Pink Glass Swan: Upward and Downward Mobility in the Art World," by Lucy R. Lippard; "Juggling Contradictions: Feminism, the Individual and What's Left," by Joan Braderman; "Posters from Australia," by Ann Newmarch, Mandy Martin, Toni Robertson; "Moratorium: Front Lawn: 1970," by Kate Jennings; "Puerto Rican Day Parade," by Suellen Snyder; "Chicago Mannequin and Twins and Janet," by Su Friedrich; "Who Are We? What Do We Want? What Do We Do?" by Accion para la Liberacion de la Mujer Peruana; "On Women's Refusal to Celebrate Male Creativity," by Rivolta Femminile; "What is Left?" by Assata Shakur; "Around Coming Around - A Performance," by Marty Pottenger; "Wages for Housework: The Strategy for Women's Liberation," by Pat Sweeney; "Selected Bibliography on Feminism, Art and Politics"; "Still Ain't Satisfied," by Bonnie Lockhart.

references

No. A.21 in "Artists' Magazines : An Alternative Space for Art" by Gwen Allen. Cambridge / London, MA / United Kingdom : The MIT Press, 2011, pp. 264.

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