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10 Jul 2017

Volume 40 (July 2017) n.paradoxa

Cover of vol.40 n.paradoxa, print journal, 104 pages

n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal
Editor: Katy Deepwell


Volume 40 (July 2017) Ends and Beginnings n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal ISSN 1461-0434 £9 UK/Europe; £12.50 (RoW)

Editor: Katy Deepwell

KT press
38 Bellot St
London SE10 0AQ

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Volume 40 (July 2017) of n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal has just been published on the theme of 'Ends and Beginnings'.

This volume marks 20 years of the journal's production and it will be the last volume of this journal. The 40th volume is thus in itself both an end and a beginning – as well as a bumper edition of 104 pages, compared to the usual 96 pages. Volume 40 represents both an end to a particular feminist publication but it also heralds the beginning of many new projects in which feminism's ongoing debates over the past 40 years will take on new forms of debate, possibility, display and dissemination.

The history of the journal and the international approach taken to feminism and contemporary art has been unique – 550 articles from artists, writers living and working in more than 80 countries around the world have been published. The editor, Katy Deepwell, outlines this history in the opening article of this edition and how the journal has been and remains an intervention in debates about feminism and contemporary art.

Table of Contents – n.paradoxa - volume 40 (July 2017) [ISSN: 1461-0434]

Katy Deepwell 'On the Beginnings and End of n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal'

Kirstin Ringelberg 'Having It Both Ways: Neoliberal Feminism in the Contemporary Art World'

Kathy Rae Huffman, Ana Peraica, Ana Kuzmanic, Petar Jandric 'Interview with Kathy Rae Huffman: Curating digital art with heart and mind'

Jude Adams 'Beginnings, Endings and Returns 'The Women's Show', 40 years on - a prelude to the FRAN festival in August 2017 across South Australia.

Laura Iamurri 'On the Threshold. Carla Lonzi, the End of Art Criticism and the Beginnings of Feminism'

'Why Feminist Stories Matter: Katy Deepwell interviews Clare Hemmings, author of Why Stories Matter'

Victoria Ferentinou and Konstantina Drakopoulou 'Gaps in (Greek) Art History and Criticism: Feminist Possibilities in Contemporary Greek Art'

Sheila Gaffney 'A Story Within a Story Within a Story Within a Story: British Art School Experience Retrieved Through Archive, Anecdote and Life Writing'

Penelope Smart 'Leisure: a Canadian artist/curator collective'

Ros Bandt and Leah Barclay 'Sonic Activism in the Antipodes'

Artists' Pages: Lynn Hershman Leeson 'Infinity Engine'

Photo features on women artists in 'Learning from Athens' Documenta 14 in Athens and Kassel and Venice Biennale, 2017

While no new volumes of n.paradoxa will be produced, the website will remain current and updated for the foreseeable future as it is a unique resource for researchers, containing extensive bibliographic information and projects like 'Feminist-Art-Topics' and '1000+ theses on feminist art (1974-present)'. All and any volumes of n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal will remain available for sale from the website. KT press' latest publication is the MOOC (mass open online course) on feminism and contemporary art at

Please note: all electronic access subscriptions to PDF articles in this journal available to libraries will cease 12 months from date of purchase of subscription in 2017 and not be available for renewal in 2018. The print volumes are available for archive purposes.

Katy Deepwell,
Editor of n.paradoxa

n.paradoxa is published by:
KT press
38 Bellot St
SE10 0AQ, UK
Tel/fax: +44 208 858 3331



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