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n.paradoxa was founded in 1998, it publishes scholarly and critical articles highlighting feminist art theory written by women critics, art historians and artist on and in relation to the work of contemporary women artists post-1970 (visual art only) working anywhere in the world. Each thematic volume in print contains artists and authors from up to 10 countries in the world and explores their work in relation to feminist theory and feminist art practices. KT press is the publisher of n.paradoxa (ISSN: 1461-0424) and operates as a not-for-profit company whose aim is to promote understanding of women artists and their work.
For more information please look at KT press website.