Shop – A Selection

  • New
    100,00 kr.

    Redigerat av Anna Lena Lindbergh och Barbro Werkmäster. Stockholm : LT Pocket, 1975. 252 pp. Godt eksemplar Før Kvindeudstillingen i 1975 på Charlottenborg tog man til Sverige og blev inspireret. Vigtigt feministisk dokument

  • New
    245,00 kr.

    Gyldendal, 1979 (1972). 300 sider. Hft. Illustreret med fotografier af Jytte Rex. Godt slidt omslag. Med navn skrevet i hånden af een de deltagende kunstnere fra Kvindeudstillingen 1975 og bidragydere til Billedet som kampmiddel, Hanne Lise Thomsen. Kunstneren har også malet på omslaget (se foto)

  • New
    175,00 kr.

    Gyldendal, 1975. Original heftet omslag. 171 sider. Illustreret med fotografi og fotocollager af Jytte Rex. Lidt slidt. Første udgave.

  • New
    245,00 kr.

    Clausen, Claus & Susanne Giese: Kvinde kend din krop – en håndbog. Første udgave. Forlaget Tiderne Skifter, 1975. 303 plus 32 sider. Hft. Illustreret. Omslag godt slidt men bogen er stadig solid og ren indeni Første udgave, 1. oplag. Særdeles svær at finde i 1. oplag

  • New
    175,00 kr.

    “Billedet som kampmiddel. Kvindebilleder mellem 1968 og 1977”. Med bidrag af blandt andet Lene Adler Petersen, Jytte Rex, Inge Eriksen, Ursula Reuter Christiansen, Kirsten Justesen m.m.fl. Udkommet på Informations Forlag, 1977. Stort format. 200 sider. Hft. Rigt illustreret. Grafisk smukt tilrettelagt af bl.a. Jytte Rex og med omslag af Hanne…

  • New
    600,00 kr.

    Adler Petersen, Lene. – Christiansen, Ursula Reuter. – Rex, Jytte. – Justesen, Kirsten. – Pedersen, Jane. – Mertz, Susanne. – Hanne Lise Thomsen. – Pontoppidan, Birgit med flere: . Kvindeudstillingen Charlottenborg 1975. Charlottenborg, 1975. 4to. (48) sider inklusiv omslaget. Lidt kantslitage men ren og alt i alt velbevaret Det originale…

  • New
    100,00 kr.

    Redigeret af Signe Arnfred med flere: Kvinder og kvindebevægelse. 11 rødstrømpehistorier. Forlaget Tiderne Skifter, København 1974. 153 sider. Med enkelte illustrationer i s/h. Heftet. Omslag godt slidt Første udgave, 1. oplag. Med omslag af Kirsten Justesen

  • New
    200,00 kr.

    “Valie Export: Zeit und Gegenzeit – Time and Countertime”. Published by Walther Koenig, 2010. Large heavy 4to hardcover, with jacket. 303 pages, richly illustrated. Text in both German and English Thorough introduction to the works of Valie Export 1st edition. Fine / as new

  • New
    200,00 kr.

    Edited by Sabine Breitwieser: White Cube / Black Box Skulpturensammlung Video Installation Film Werkschau Valie Export und Gordon Matta-Clark. EA – Generali Foundation, Vienna, 1996. 8vo (23 x 16 cm) in wraps as issued. 399 pp with colour and b&w illustrations. German and English text. Fine clean copy 1st edition…

  • New
    160,00 kr.

    This book presents a collection of 200 black and white photographs and 100 lines of words gathered by the artist spanning the years from 1968 to 1989. The images were captured as entries in a photographic sketchbook and are represents in pairs that demonstrate visual congruities in form and shading. Opposite the photographs, textual phrases appear in Danish, Icelandic, English, and Swedish. The words have lodged themselves in the artist’s consciousness after appearing in newspapers, in conversations and on TV, rearranging themselves over time. Influenced by Alison Knowles’ work The Big Book, which was conceived as a locus for contemplating personal evolutions, this book maps out the circuitous development of memory over time. The translations from Danish into other languages are by Alison Knowles, Anna Sjödahl, and Rúrí

  • New
    200,00 kr.

    “‘What does a woman want?’- the question Freud famously formulated in a letter to Marie Bonaparte -, is a quintessentially male question that arises from women’s resistance to their place in a patriarchal society. But what might it mean, asks Shoshana Felman, for a woman to reclaim this question as her own? Can this question engender, through the literary or the psychoanalytic work, a woman’s voice as its speaking subject? Felman explores these questions through close readings of autobiographical texts by Virginia Woolf, Simone de Beauvoir, and Adrienne Rich which attempt to redefine women as the subject of their own desire.”

  • New
    500,00 kr.

    “La Movida, the post-Franco countercultural movement, was “somewhere between party scene, artistic school and heedless free-for-all”