|Authors: ||Holder, Jo., Kerr, Joan, 1938-2004., National Women's Art Project.|
|Publisher:||North Ryde, N.S.W. : Craftsman House,|
- There are 78 copies of this book in other libraries
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- xiii, 224 p. : ill., ports. ; 27 cm.
- This book is a collection of essays on feminist art, art history, criticism and museum practices in Australia today. Artists, art historians, curators, collectors and critics revisit and expertly evaluate aspects of the 1995 National Womens' Art Exhibition. This is no monolithic view of feminism; it will interest all artists.
- National women's art exhibitions : three 'firsts' / Joan Kerr
- Back to the future
- critically / Catriona Moore
- Past present continuous : the presentation and interpretation of indigenous art / Margo Neale
- Place aux dames : women artists and historical memory / Juliet Peers
- A matter of time / Heather Johnson
- Caught up in signs of the times? : Elizabeth Durack / Annette Pedersen
- A queue of sirens / Elizabeth Gertsakis
- Cruising with a feminist paradigm in tow / Jacqueline Millner
- The inescapability of sexual difference : a response to the exhibition 'Discovering the "feminine"?' / Toni Ross
- 'The temperature's rising' : tableaux and transformations in Australian culture / Anita Callaway
- 'Curious and peculiar'? Women taxidermists in colonial Australia / Martha Sear
- Mahdi McCrae and Edith Wall : illustrators in the popular press 1920s-1940s / Craig Judd
- Reinventing the nude : Fiona Foley's museology / Diane Losche
- Losers, weepers : Narelle Jubelin's museum work / Ann Stephen
- Right beside you : Brenda L. Croft / Hetti Perkins
- Interview with Anne Gela / Caroline Geesu
- 'Undone by art' : a private collection goes public / John Cruthers
- Selections from The National Women's Art Exhibition. Introduction / Jo Holder ; Exhibition selections / compiled by Jo Holder with assistance from Anne Ryan
- Survey results from the National Women's Art Exhibition / Eric Riddler.
- "Past present is a collection of essays on feminist art, art history, criticism and museum practices in Australia today. Artists, art historians, curators, collectors and critics revisit and evaluate aspects of the 1995 National Women's Art Exhibition ... " -- Backcover.
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 170-197) and index.
- Online version Past present. Sydney, Australia : Craftsman House, ©1999
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