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20 Dec 2012

new feminist ebooks from KT press

ebooks on feminist art
KT press


Katy Deepwell
44 20 8858 3331
44 20 8858 3331

38 Bellot Street
East Greenwich
London SE10 0AQ

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KT press has started to publish ebooks on feminist art and feminist art theory in relation to contemporary women artists.

These ebooks are available as downloadable .epub files, £4.50 each.
They were made to be read in ibooks on ipad, ipod or iphones. They are DRM-free files which can be opened and read on other .epub readers.

The first 3 in the series are now available from our website.
Two are also available from Amazon's Kindle store in .mobi format.

Fran Cottell
House: from Display to BACK to FRONT
(KT press, 2012) ISBN: 978-0-9536541-4-7
Available in epub format only, c. 60 pages, 100+ illust., 4 videos.
An overview of a series of installations made in the artists' home in Greenwich, 2001-2011, supported by Cafe Gallery Projects. Each section of the book documents a different project. Each section is introduced by the artist. Essay by Katy Deepwell. This epub contains extensive photo-documentation of each of the projects and video clips.

Fran Cottell is a Senior Lecturer at Camberwell College, CCW, University of the Arts London.

Rina Arya

Chila Burman: Shakti, Sexuality and Bindi Girls
KT press, (2012) ISBN: 978-0-9536541-3-0
Available in epub format only, c.155 pages, 133+ illus.
A monograph on the artist, Chila Kumari Burman, which looks at her work in terms of her South Asian identity, her contribution to the black arts movement and Stuart Hall's definitions of 'new ethnicities' in contemporary Britain. Rina Arya examines a wide range of works made by the artist from the mid-1980s but focuses on her Ice-Cream series of works (2006-2008) and her Bindi Girls series.

Rina Arya is Reader in Visual Communication at Wolverhampton University.

This book is also available on Amazon Kindle from Amazon.

Patricia Karetzky
Femininity in Asian Women Artists' Work from China, Korea and USA: If the Shoe Fits
(KT press, 2012) ISBN: 978-0-9536541-2-3
c. 40 pages and 40 images.
Patricia Karetzky discusses the metaphor of the shoe and how it is present in different women artists' work in China, Korea and USA.
The artists discussed are: Peng Wei, Nina Kuo, Yin Xuizhen, Cai Jin, Xin Song, Il Sun Hong, Betty YaQuin Chou and Mimi Kim.

Patricia Eichenbaum Karetzky is O. Munsterberg Chair of Asian Art at Bard College.

This book is also available on Amazon Kindle from Amazon.

KT press is an independent not-for-profit publisher, based in London. KT press are the publishers of n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal. This project is supported by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, New York.

More ebooks are on their way in this series. There is also a call for new writing by women critics, art historians and artists on our website at