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054
Haegue Yang: ETA 1994–2018
monograph
Dziewior, Yilmaz
Walther König
Cologne
Europe, East Asia
416 p.
25.4 x 30.5 cm
CMU 700.8 YANG 2018
ISBN978-3960983576
2018
055
Don’t shrink me to the size of a bullet – The works of Hiwa K
monograph
Downey, Anthony
Koenig Books
London
West & Central Asia, Europe
240 p.
23.5 x 30 cm
CMU 700.8 HIWA 2017
ISBN978-3960981602
2017
076
Generations and Geographies in the Visual Arts: Feminist Readings
theory & essays
Pollock, Griselda
Routledge
New York, N.Y.
North America, South and Central America, Europe, East Asia
300 p.
17.2 x 24.6 cm
CMU 705.8 POLL 1996
ISBN978-0415141284
1996
078
Unseen Mendieta: the unpublished works of Ana Mendieta
monograph
Viso, Olga
Prestel
New York, N.Y.
North America
304 p.
24.8 x 30.4 cm
out of print / placeholder
ISBN978-3791339665
2008
082
Women’s Work. Is Never Done
theory & essays
de Zegher, Catherine
AsaMer
Ghent
North America, South and Central America, Europe, South Asia
606 p.
20 x 25 cm
CMU 705.8 ZEGH 2014
ISBN978-9490693473
2014
091
Ana Mendieta: Traces
monograph
Bryan-Wilson, Julia Heathfield, Adrian Rosenthal, Stephanie
Hayward Gallery Publishing
London
North America, South and Central America
240 p.
22.8 x 26.6 cm
out of print / placeholder
ISBN978-1853323171
2014

The catalogue Traces documents the oeuvre of Cuban-born American artist Ana Mendieta (1948 – 1985). In her works she takes agency for and ownership over her body and creates often ephemeral works for which she almost exclusively used natural materials. The female body and the question of belonging are standing in the center of her practice. Mendieta realized many of her performances in nature, which she then documented on film – photographic and moving images. Poetically she expresses in her drawings, sculptures and performances an idea of an inseparable relationship between earth and humanity.


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105
We Wanted a Revolution Black Radical Women, 1965–85 New Perspectives
exhibition catalogue
Morris, Catherine Hockley, Rujeko
Brooklyn Museum, Duke University Press
Brooklyn, N. Y.
North America
160 p.
20,3 x 26,5 cm
CMU 707.8 MORR 2018
ISBN978-0872731844
2017
106
We Wanted a Revolution Black Radical Women 1965-1985 Sourcebook
theory & essays
Morris, Catherine Hockley, Rujeko
Brooklyn Museum, Duke University Press
Brooklyn, N. Y.
North America
320 p.
20 x 26,5 cm
CMU 707.8 MORR 2018
ISBN978-0872731837
2017