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This show of three early feminist pioneers – Birgit Jürgenssen, Ana Mendieta and Hannah Wilke – is a scanty but tasty hors d’oeuvre to a much-awaited feast that has yet to be curated. Celebrated in a welcome monograph in 2009, now sadly out of print, the work of
Before I leave Vienna and take this train myself, I visit Galerie Hubert Winter to look at the work of Birgit Jürgenssen whose show ‘Nocturnal Light’ I had recently seen at Alison Jacques in London. One piece, Untitled, from 1973, is a painting of a train appearing magically from the Alps as seen through an ÖBB
Asante: Declaration of Independence Ella S Mills 31 Haegue Yang: Tracing Movement Marcus Verhagen 32 Anna Barriball: Fade Deborah Schultz 32 How Chicago! Imagists 1960s & 70s Alex Bennett 34 Birgit Jürgenssen: I am Martin Holman 36 PERFORMANCE Anne Imhof: Sex Larne Abse Gogarty 38 BOOKS Danielle Child: Working Aesthetics – Labour, Art and Capitalism Laura Harris 39 FILM Richard Billinghan: Ray & Liz Adam
isolation on either side of the Atlantic of en share almost identical approaches. Indeed, it can be dif icult at times to tell artists apart, such is the narrowed focus. Take the work of Birgit Jürgenssen, Katalin Ladik and Ana Mendieta, each of whom is included in the exhibition with numerous self portraits. In each instance the artist presses her face against a piece of glass in front of the camera