Reframings.
New American Feminist Photographies.

Edited by Diane Neumaier. Photographs by numerous artists. Essays by Abigail Solomon-Godeau, Lucy Lippard, and others.
Temple University Press, Philadelphia, 1995. 319 pp., Numerous color and duotone illustrations., 8¼x10¼".

Reframings is one of the first feminist critical anthologies to concern itself primarily with feminst art, and the success or failure of its cultural critique. Photographic works range from Valley Girls in their bedrooms to police reports collaged with photographs of the victims of domestic violence. The result is a broad collection of great art confronting an important theme. An invaluable, thoughtful resource of images and texts.

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