Selected Bibliography

Please note that this bibliography is specific to the topic. It does not include general books on art of the Middle East or books on general feminist theory.



Representative literature about and by women writers of the Middle East

  • Cavness, Anna. The Myth of the Silent Woman: Moroccan Women Writers Suellen Diaconoff. Journal of Middle East Women's Studies 7:2 (spring, 2011): 109-111.
  • Adnan, Etel (trans.Georgina Kleege). Sitt Marie Rose. Sausalito: Post-Apollo Press, 1982.
  • al Shaykh, Hanan. The Story of Zahra. New York: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, 1996.
  • Almog, Ruth. Death in the Rain. Santa Fe, NM: Red Crane Books, 1993.
  • Ashour, Radwa, Ferial J. Ghazoul, and, HasnaReda-Mekdashi, eds. Arab Women Writers: A Critical Reference Guide 1973-1999. Cairo: AUC Press, 2008.
  • Badran, Margot and Miriam Cooke, eds. Opening the Gates: An Anthology of Arab Feminist Writing. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 2004.
  • Castel-Bloom, Orly. Dolly City (trans. Dalya Bilu). Champaign, London, Dublin: Dalkey Archive Press, 2010.
  • Dalya Cohen-Mor, ed. Arab Women Writers: An Anthology of Short Stories. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2005.
  • El Saadawi, Nawal (trans. Basil Hatim and Malcolm Williams). Love in the Kingdom of Oil. London: Methuen Publishing Ltd. 2001.
  • Fernia, Elizabeth Warnnock and Basima Qattan Bezirgan. Middle Eastern Muslim Women Speak. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1976.
  • Hareven, Gail. The Confession of Noa Weber, translated by Dalya Bilu. Brooklyn: Melville House Publishers, 2009.
  • Heath, Jennifer, ed. The Veil: Women Writers on Its History, Lore, and Politics. University of California Press, 2008.
  • Khalifeh, Sahar. Wild Thorns. Northampton, MA: Interlink Publishing, 2005.
  • Kassam, Zayn, ed. Women and Islam. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger, 2010.
  • Memissi, Fatima. Dreams of Trespass. New York: Perseus Books, 2002.
  • Mustafa, Shakir. Contemporary IraqiFiction: An Anthology. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 2008.
  • Rifaat, Alifa (transl. Denis Johnson-Davies). Distant View of a Minaret. London Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann Educational, 1987.

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Gender and Cultural Theory

  • Abisaab , Malek. Militant Women of a Fragile Nation, Syracuse: Syracuse Univ Pr, 2009.
  • Ahmed, Leila. A Quiet Revolution: The Veil’s Resurgence, from the Middle East to America, New Have, CT: Yale University Press, 2011.
  • Ali, Kecia. Marriage and Slavery in Early Islam, Cambrdige, MA: Harvard University Press, 2010.
  • Allen, Carolyn, Judith A. Howard, and Therese Saliba. Gender, Politics, and Islam. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2002.
  • Azmon, Yael. Will You Hear My Voice? Representations of Women in Israeli Cutlure. Tel Aviv: Van Lir and hakibbutz Hameuchas, 2001.
  • Badran, Margot. Feminism Beyond East or West: New Gender Talk and Practice in Global Islam. New Delhi: Global Media Publications, 2007.
  • Badran, Margot. Feminism in Islam: Secular and Religious Convergences. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009.
  • Baron, Beth. Egypt as a Woman: Nationalism, Gender, and Politics. California: University of California Press, 2005
  • Chamberlin, Ann. A History of Women’s Seclusion in the Middle East: The Veil in the Looking Glass. New York: Haworth Press, 2006.
  • Cheref, Abdelkader. Gender and Identity in North Africa: Postcolonialism and Feminism in Maghrebi Women’s Literature, London; New York: Tauris Academic Studies, 2010. Darznik, Jasmin. "Passionate Uprisings: Iran's Sexual Revolution Pardis Mahdavi". Journal of Middle East Women's Studies 7: 3 (fall, 2011): 121-123.
  • Elia, Nada. "Amira Jarmakani Imagining Arab Womanhood: The Cultural Mythology of Veils, Harems, and Belly Dancer". in the U.S. Journal of Middle East Women's Studies 5: 2 (spring, 2009): 85-88.
  • Fathi, Mastoureh. "Mehri Honarbin-Holliday Becoming Visible in Iran: Women in Contemporary Iranian Society." Journal of Middle East Women's Studies 6:1 (winter, 2010):129-131.
  • Fleischmann, Ellen L. The Nation and Its “New” Women: The Palestinian Women's Movement, 1920-1948. California: University of California Press, 2003.
  • Fuchs, Esther: Israeli Women’s Studies. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 2008.
  • Gökarıksel, Banu and Anna Secor. "Between Fashion and Tesettür: Marketing and Consuming Women's Islamic Dress." Journal of Middle East Women's Studies 6: 3 (fall, 2010): 118-148.
  • Gökarıksel, Banu and Ellen McLarney. "Introduction: Muslim Women, Consumer Capitalism, and the Islamic Culture Industry." Journal of Middle East Women's Studies 6:3 (fall, 2010): 1-18.
  • Habib, Samar. "Deconstructing Sexuality in the Middle East Pınar Ilkkaracan." Journal of Middle East Women's Studies 7:3 (fall, 2011): 113-115.
  • Hafez, Sherine. "Feminism in Islam: Secular and Religious Convergences Margot Badran." Journal of Middle East Women's Studies 7: 2 (spring, 2011): 114-117.
  • Hajjar, Lisa. "Militarization and Violence Against Women in Conflict Zones in the Middle East: A Palestinian Case Study Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian." Journal of Middle East Women's Studies 7: 1 (winter, 2011): 120-123.
  • Izrael, Dafna N; Friedman, Ariella, Fogiel-Bijaoul, Sylvie; Hasan, Manar; Naveh, Hannah, Dahan-Kalev, Henriette, eds. Sex, Gender, Politics: Women in Israel. Tel Aviv: Hakibbutz Hameuchad, 1999.
  • Joseph, Suad and Susan Slyomovics. Women and Power in the Middle East. Philadephia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2001.
  • Kaya, Serdar. "Velvet Jihad: Muslim Women's Quiet Resistance to Islamic Fundamentalism Faegheh Shirazi." Journal of Middle East Women's Studies 7: 2 (spring, 2011):120-122.
  • Keddie, Nikki R. and Beth Baron, eds. Women in Middle Eastern History: Shifting Boundaries in Sex and Gender. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1991.
  • Keddie, Nikki R. Women in the Middle East: Past and Present. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2007.
  • Lavie, Smadar. "Mizrahi Feminism and the Question of Palestine." Journal of Middle East Women's Studies 7:2 (spring, 2011): 56-88.
  • Mahmood, Saba. Politics of Piety: The Islamic Revival and the Feminist Subject. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2005.
  • Moghadam, Valentine. Modernizing Women: Gender and Social Change in the Middle East. Boulder, CO and London: L. Rienner, 2003.
  • Moghissi, Haideh, ed. Muslim Diaspora: Gender, Culture, and Identity. London, New York: Routledge, 2006.
  • Najmabadi, Afsaneh. Women with Mustaches and Men without Beards: Gender and Sexual Anxieties of Iranian Modernity. California: University of California Press, 2005.
  • Samiuddin, Abida and R. Khanam, eds. Muslim Feminism and Feminist Movement. Delhi: Global Vision Publishing House, 2002.
  • Van Nieuwkerk, ed. Women Embracing Islam: Gender and Conversion in the West. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2006.
  • Ze’evi, Dror. Producing Desire: Changing Sexual Discourse in the Ottoman Middle East, 1500-1900. California: University of California Press, 2006
  • General Books on Contemporary Art in the Middle East
  • Bati-Dişi Moderniteler Projesi 1: Non-Western Modernities Project 1. Istanbul: Mahrem, 2007.
  • Berardi, Carlo and Nima Sagharchi. Conference of the Birds. New Cork: LTMH Gallery, 2008.
  • Blair, Sheila and Jonathan Bloom. Islam: A Thousand Years of Faith and Power (New York: TV Books, 2000; rev. ed. paperback New Haven: Yale University Press, 2002.
  • Daftari, Feresrwh. Without Boundary: Seventeen Ways of Looking. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 2006.
  • Eigner, Saeb, Isabelle Causse, and Christopher Masters. Art of the Middle East: Modern and Contemporary Art of the Arab World and Iran. London and New York: Merrell Publishers, 2010.
  • Farjam, Lisa. New Art from the Middle East. London: Saatchi Gallery, 2009.
  • Heller, Leila Taghinia-Milani. Tehran-New York. New York: LTMH Gallery, 2010.
  • Heller, Leila Taghinia-Milani. Selseleh Zelzeleh: Movers & Shakers in Contemporary Iranian Art. New York: LTMH Gallery, 2009.
  • Issa, Rose, Ruyin Pakbaz, and Daryush Shayegan. Iranian Contemporary Art. London: Barbican Centre, 2001.
  • Kultur: in Gender Projekt aus Istanbul. Zurich: Shedhalle, 1997.
  • King, Richard, “Orientalism, South Asia, and the Discourse of World Religions,” in The Third Mind: American Artists Contemplate Asia, 1860-1989, Alexandra Munroe, ed., New York: Guggenheim Museum, 2009.
  • Shabout, Nada. Modern Arab Art: Formation of Arab Aesthetics. Gainesville, FLA: University of Florida Press, 2007.
  • Stolman, Paul. Contemporary Art in the Middle East. London: Black Dog Publishing, 2010.

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Gender and Art in the Work of Middle East Women Artists

  • Monem, Nadine, and Paul Sloman, eds. Contemporary Art in the Middle East. London: Black Dog, 2009.
  • Ankara Women Painters Association / Ankara Kadin Ressamlar Dernegi. Ankara, Turkey: Ankara Women Painters Association, 1994.
  • Ankori, Gannit. Palestinian Art. London: Reaktion Books. 2006.
  • Austrian Cultural Forum. The Seen and the Hidden: [Dis]Covering the Veil., New York: Austrian Cultural Center, 2009.
  • Bailey, David A., and Gilane Tawadros, eds. Veil: Veiling, Representation and Contemporary Art. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press; London: Institute of International Visual Arts, 2003.
  • Eigner, Saeb. Art of the Middle East: Modern and Contemporary Art of the Arab World and Iran. London: Merrell Publishers, 2010
  • Feminine Presence: Israeli Women Artists in the 1970’s and 1980’s. Tel Aviv, Israel: Tel Aviv Museum of Art, 1990.
  • Iran Inside Out: Influences of Homeland and Diaspora on the Artistic Language of Contemporary Iranian Artists. New York: Chelsea Museum, 2009.
  • Lloyd, Fran. Contemporary Arab Women’s Art: Dialogues of the Present. London: Women’s Art Library, 1999.
  • Madkour, Nazli. Women and Art in Egypt. Cairo: State Information Service Press, Arabic edition 1989, English edition, c.1991.
  • Nashashibi, Salwa Mikdadi ... [et al.]. Forces of change : artists of the Arab world  Lafayette, Calif. : International Council for Women in the Arts, 1994. (Also published by National Museum of Women in the Arts).
  • Nochlin, Linda and Reilly, Maura. Global Feminisms. Brooklyn: Brooklyn Museum, 2007.
  • Passing the Batonette: Four Decades of Feminism in Israeli Art. Haifa, Israel: Haifa Museum of Art, 2007.
  • Ruggles, D. Fairchild, ed. Women, Patronage, and Self-Representation in Islamic Societies. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2000.



Literature about Film

  • Addoum, Nada. "Gender and Crime - Representations and Constructions of Deviant Femininity in Arab Cinema." Al-Raida 23:113 (spring, 2006): 55-58.
  • Ahmad, Ali Nobil. Women's Cinema from Tangiers to Tehran. Third Text 22:4 (2008): pp501-14.
  • Asfour, Nana. The Politics of Arab Cinema: Middle Eastern Filmmakers Face Up to their Reality. Cineaste 2000, 26:1, 46-48.
  • Ball, Anna. "Between a Postcolonial Nation and Fantasies of the Feminine: The Contested Visions of Palestinian Cinema." Camera Obscura 23:69 (September, 2008): 1-33.
  • Calhoun, John. A Woman of 2 Worlds, American Cinematographer, Vol. 92 (2011): p26
  • Cerabino-Hess, Elizabeth. “'On Nation and Violation: Representations of Rape in Popular Theater and film of the ‘Progressive Era’" (Ph.D. diss.), New York University, 1997.
  • Gitai, Amos and Andrea Lissoni. Free Zone. City: Publisher, 2006.
  • Heatwole, Joanna. “Beyond the Middle.” Afterimage, Vol. 39 (2011): pg. 89
  • Jaafar, Ali. "Porn Site Fosters Mideast Relations." Variety 408:2 (August 27, 2007): 7-122.
  • Leventis, Andreas. Home Truths. London: Modern Painters, 2006.
  • Lie, Truls. "Gender Apartheid." Dox: Documentary Film 85 (spring 2010): 5.
  • Malausa, Vincent. En Avant Jeunesse. City: Publisher, 2011.
  • Malausa, Vincent. Intimités Égyptiennes. City: Publisher, 2011.
  • Naaman, Dorit. "Brides of Palestine/Angels of Death: Media, Gender, and Performance in the Case of the Palestinian Female Suicide Bombers." Signs: Journal of Women in Culture & Society 32: 4 (summer 2007): 933-955.
  • Rodenbeck, Elizabeth. Egypt: The Arts in View. Arts & The Islamic World 35 (2001).
  • Said, S. F. “Island of Silences.” Sight and Sound 6 (1995): 22-24.
  • Skalli, Loubna H. "Communicating Gender in the Public Sphere: Women and Information Technologies in the Mena." Journal of Middle East Women's Studies 2: 2 (spring 2006): 35-59.

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Artists' Bibliography

Please note that this is a partial bibliography.




Negar Ahkami

http://www.negarahkami.com/

  • “Close Reading: Negar Ahkami,” Interactive Feature, New York Times Online, June 4, 2009. http:// www.nytimes.com/interactive/2009/06/04/arts/20090607-closereading.html.
  • Ahkami, Negar and Leila Taghinia-Milani Heller Gallery. Negar Ahkami : Pride and Fall. New York: Leila Taghinia-Milani Heller Gallery, 2009.
  • Balaghi, Shiva. What Fills Emptiness? Reflections on Iranian-American Women Artists Since 1979, 30 Years of Solitude. 2008.
  • Buckberrough, Sherry A. Womenartists@NewBritainMuseum. New Britain, CT: The New Britain Museum , 2010-2011.
  • Cotter, Holland. “Do You Think I’m Disco.” The New York Times (February 3, 2006):.
  • ———. “Iran Inside Out.” The New York Times, (July 23, 2009).
  • Davis, Ben. “Iranian Art Now.” artnet.com, (July 20, 2009): http://www.artnet.com/magazineus/reviews/ davis/iran-contemporary-art7-20-09.asp.
  • Ebstein, Alex. “Her Stories: Group Show Presents and Examines Women’s Voice and Identity.” Baltimore City Paper, (February 18, 2009): http://www2.citypaper.com/eat/story.asp?id=17537
  • Esman, Abigail R. “The Art of War: Why Today’s Iranian Art is One Your Best Investments Now.” Forbes.com, January 10, 2011. http://www.forbes.com/sites/abigailesman/2011/01/10/the-art-of- war-why-todays-iranian-art-is-one-of-your-best-investments-now/.
  • Flandrin, Antoine. “Le Voile DeVoile.” Le Courier de l’Atlas, March 2010.
  • Genocchio, Benjamin. “Exploring the Effects of Disco’s Beat.” The New York Times, February 19, 2006. http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=950CE5D7133EF93AA25751C0A9609C8B63.
  • Gold, Sylviane. “A Female, but Not Mainly Feminine, Eye.” The New York Times, January 7, 2011. http:// www.nytimes.com/2011/01/09/nyregion/09artct.html.
  • Jigsawnovich, Julie. “Iran Inside Out at the Chelsea Art Museum,” persianesque.com, July 26, 2009.
  • Kino, Carol. Iranians Shine, Assisted By Expatriate. The New York Times, August 12, 2009: http:// www.nytimes.com/2009/08/16/arts/design/16kino.html?pagewanted=all.
  • Neuschler, Chris. “Iran Inside Out inside Chelsea Art Museum, New York,” premierartscene.com, http:// premierartscene.com/magazine/iran-inside-out/
  • Passariello, Micol. “News: Arte Da Mille E Una Notte,” Cosmopolitan (Italia) (September 2009).
  • Richardson, Denise. “Exhibit mixes politics and art.” The Daily Star, September 15, 2005; http:// old.thedailystar.com/news/stories/2005/09/15/exhib2.html
  • Riley-Lopez, Erin.”How Soon Is Now?” AIM 28. Bronx, NY: Bronx Museum of the Arts, 2008.
  • Smith, Kyle Thomas. “The Seen and the Hidden [Dis]covering the Veil.” whitehotmagazine.com, (July 2009). http://whitehotmagazine.com/articles/covering-veil-austrian-cultural-forum/1907.
  • Smith, Roberta. “Artists Leap Into The Moment.” The New York Time (July 25, 2008): http:// www.nytimes.com/2008/07/25/arts/design/25now.html.
  • ———. “Painting in 21st Century: It’s Not Dry Yet (Image).” The New York Times, (March 26, 2010 ): http://www.nytimes.com/2010/03/28/arts/design/28painting.html.
  • Sontag, Deborah. “The Intersection of Islam, America and Identity.” The New York Times (June 7, 2009):AR1
  • Torres, Eddie. Iconoclasmic: Answering To A Higher Calling, South Bronx Contemporary: A Catalogue of Essays, Interviews and Images Celebrating Longwood Arts Project's 25th Anniversary.
  • Walker, Carolee. “Artists Use Images of the Veil to Explore Identity, Culture.” payvand.com, August 27, 2009. http://www.payvand.com/news/09/aug/1243.html.
  • Wei, Lilly. “Selseleh/Zelzeleh at Leila Taghinia-Milani Heller Gallery,” ArtNews (October, 2009).



  • Ahmadi, Shiva

    http://www.ltmhgallery.com/artists/shiva-ahmadi/

  • Biro, Mathew. “Contemporary Developments in Drawing.” Contemporary 83 (August 2006): 20-23.
  • Bolleber, Luise. Gallery Welcomes ‘Detroit Now,’ The Oakland Post (June 11, 2003): 1
  • Cynar, John and Dick Goody. Detroit Now. Rochester, MI: Meadow Brook Art Gallery, Dept. of Art and Art History, College of Arts and Sciences, Oakland University, 2003. Dumont, Shana and Montserrat College of Art. Merging Influences : Eastern Elements in New American Art. Beverly, MA: Montserrat College of Art, 2007.
  • Arus-i Farari Runaway Bride. 1 videodisc (84 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. Directed by Bahram Kazimi, ` Abd Allah `Alikhani, Husayn Farahbakhsh, et al. Tarzana, Calif: Bita Film, 2005.
  • Haddad, Natalie. “Displaced.” Real Detroit Weekly (April 21, 2004): Vol. 6, No. 6---- “Room for Interpretation,” Real Detroit Weekly (December, 2002): 61.
  • Khorrami, Mohammad Mehdi and Shouleh Vatanabadi. A Feast in the Mirror : Stories by Contemporary Iranian Women. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2000.
  • New Museum (New York, N.Y.). 2008 Altoids Award. New York: New York Museum, 2008.
  • Taghinia-Milani Heller Gallery. Shiva Ahmadi : Reinventing the Poetics of Myth. New York: Leila Taghinia-Milani Heller Gallery, 2010.
  • Naghmah. viewing copy. 1 videodisc of 1 (videodisc PAL) (121 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. Directed by Abu al-Qasim Talibi, `Ali’raza Sabt Ahmadi, Husayn Yari, Faqihah Sultani and Muassasah-i Farhangi- i Hunari. Tehran: Muassasah-i Farhangi-i Hunari Qarn-i 21, 2007.
  • Naghmah. 2 videodiscs (VCD) (98 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. Directed by Abu al-Qasim Talibi, `Ali’raza Sabt Ahmadi, Husayn Yari, Faqihah Sultani, Humayra Riyazi and Muassasah-i Farhangi-i Hunari.
  • Tehran: Muassasah-i Farhangi-i Hunari Qarn-i 21, 2004. Pilgian, Ellen. “Expats on show.” Metro Times (April 28, 2004): http://www2.metrotimes.com/editorial/ story.asp?id=6159.
  • “Review of Exchange at Forum Gallery.” TheDetroiter.com
  • “Review of New Shoes at Tangent Gallery.” TheDetroiter.com
  • “Review of On the Wall at Tangent Gallery.” Real Detroit Weekly (June, 2003): 24.
  • Rutter, Ben. “It's pronounced nu-cle-ar, Atomica review.” New York Arts 10 (September/October, 2005).
  • Tysh, George. “Wild at Heart.” Metro Times (June 11, 2003): http://www2.metrotimes.com/editorial/ story.asp?id=5013.

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    Al-Ani, Jananne

    http://www.janannealani.net/

  • Al-Ani, Jananne. (Hi)Story : Al-Ani, Moffatt, Varejão, Wentworth. Thun: Kunstmuseum, 2005.
  • Al-ani, Jananne. Performing Difference. London: Artsadmin, 2004.
  • Al-Ani, Jananne and Claire Fitzsimmons. Around the World in Eighty Days. Frankfurt: Archiv für Aktuelle Kunst, 2006.
  • Al-Ani, Jananne and Jules Verne, Tour du monde en quatre-vingts jours (Around the World in Eighty Days). London: Institute of Contemporary Arts and the South London Gallery, 2006. http:// catalog.hathitrust.org/api/volumes/oclc/75712973.html; Materials specified: HathiTrust Digital Libraryhttp://catalog.hathitrust.org/api/volumes/oclc/75712973.html.
  • Al-Ani, Jananne, Steven Bode, and Nina Ernst. Jananne Al-Ani. London: Film and Video Umbrella, 2005.
  • Amodeo, Fabio. Arles: Il Vestito Nuovo Del Festival Piu Blasonato. Arte 347 (July, 2002): 119.
  • Ani, Jananne al-, Homi Bhabha, Fereshten Daftari, et.al. Without Boundary: Seventeen Ways of Looking . New York: Museum of Modern Art, 2006.
  • Arts Council of England. Strangerthanfiction : Arts Council Collection, Hayward Gallery. London: Hayward Gallery, 2004.
  • Back Matter. Afterall: A Journal of Art, Context, and Enquiry 10 (autumn/winter, 2004).
  • Bailey, David A. and Gilane Tawadros. Veil : Veiling, Representation and Contemporary Art. London: Institute of International Visual Arts in association with Modern Art Oxford, 2003.
  • Barrett, Barrett and Danielle Arnaud. Fair Play, London: Contemporary Art, 2001.
  • Barrett, David, Jananne Al-Ani, Frances Kearney et.al. Fair Play. London: Danielle Arnaud, 2001. Calendar-Italian Art.
  • The Burlington Magazine 147:1232 (November, 2005): 781-786. Connor, Valerie. EV + A 2001 Expanded . Limerick: Paul M O'Reilly Gandon Editions, 2001.
  • Deepwell, Katy. Ecbatana? Artists from the Middle East: Ghazel, Zineb Sedira, Mona Hatoum, Jananne Al- Ani. n.Paradoxa 7 (2001): 63-67.
  • Delin, Elisabeth. Ekbatana? Copenhagen: Hansen Nikolaj Contemporary Art Centre, 2001.
  • Dietrich, Linnea S. Untitled. Woman's Art Journal 26:1 (spring - summer, 2005): 56-57.
  • Faraj, Art Maysaloun. Strokes of Genius: Contemporary Iraqi. London: Saqi Books, 2001.
  • Farhad, Massumeh. Arts of the Islamic World. Arts of Asia 36(2006): 118-123.
  • Fortnum, Rebecca. Contemporary British Women Artists : In their Own Words. London: I. B. Tauris, 2007.
  • Galford, Hugh S. Three Exhibits at Sackler Gallery on Modern Mideast. Washington Report on Middle East Affairs 19: 1 (January, 2000):85.
  • Green, Tyler. Without a Prayer. Modern Painters 23: 3 (April, 2011): 28-30.
  • Hylton, Richard, Jananne Al-Ani, and Jorella Andrews. Landscape Trauma in the Age of Scopophilia, Annabel Howland, Henna Nadeem, Ingrid Pollard, Camila Sposati, the Search for Terrestrial Intelligence (S. T. I. Consortium). London: Autograph, 2001.
  • Issa, Rose. Harem Fantasies and the New Scheherazades. Barcelona: Centre de Cultura Contemporà nia de Barcelona, 2003
  • Keep on Onnin' : Contemporary Art at Tate Britain; Art Now 2004-7. London: Tate Publisher, 2007.
  • Kivland, Sharon and Lesley Sanderson .Transmission: Speaking & Listening. Vol. 3. Sheffield: Sheffield Hallam University/Site Gallery (2004)
  • Kravagna, Christian. Ein Kompliziertes Stück Tuch. Springerin 10:1 (March, 2004): 54-57.
  • Lenz, Iris, Chant Avedissian, Selma Gürbüz, and Nadine Touma, Love Affairs, Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen, Stuttgart: 2003
  • Lunn, Felicity, Jane Rendell and Jananne Al-Ani. (Hi)Story : Al-Ani - Moffatt - Varejão ... Thun: Kunstmuseum Thun, 2005.
  • Mattar, Philip. Encyclopedia of the Modern Middle East and North Africa. New York: Macmillan Reference USA, 2004
  • Moaven, Dariush. Alethia: the Real of Concealment. Göteborg: Göteborgs konstmuseum, 2003
  • New Art Gallery Walsall. In Memoriam : Jananne Al-Ani, Nick Crowe, Echolalia, Darryl Joe Georgioi,
  • Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Susan Hiller, Kenny Hunter, Alastair MacLennan, Gavin Turk, Andrew Tiftl. Walsall: The New Gallery, 2000.
  • O’Brien, David and David Prochaska, Beyond East and West: Seven Transnational Artists. Champagne- Urbana, IL: Krannert Art Museum, 2004.
  • O’Reilly, Paul. EV+A 2001: Expanded., Kinsale, Cork, Ireland: Gandon Editions, 2001.
  • Okon, Rohini Malik and Artsadmin. Performing Difference. London: Artsadmin, 2004.
  • Pethick, Emily and Tate Britain (London). Jananne Al-Ani : Artnow at Tate Britain. London: Tate, 2005.
  • Pironneau, Amelie. Fair play—de Nouvelles Règles Du Jeu. Paris: Fondation d'Art Contemporain Daniel & Florence Guerlain, 2002.
  • Puff, Melanie. Without Boundary: Seventeen Ways of Looking. Kunstforum International 180 (May-June, 2006): 397-399.
  • Rebecca Fortnum. Contemporary British Women Artists in their Own Words. London: I. B. Taurus , 2008.
  • Sandhu, Sukhdev. Stranger Than Fiction. London: and Hayward Gallery Publishing, 2004.
  • Stein, Judith E. Untitled. Woman's Art Journal 26 1 (spring - summer, 2005):54-56.
  • Tate Britain and Art Now. Keep on Onnin' : Contemporary Art at Tate Britain : Art Now 2004-7. London: Tate Britain in association with Tate Publishing, 2007.
  • Tohme, Christine, Mona Abu Rayyan and Ashkal Alwan, Home Works. The Lebanese Association for Plastic Arts Disorientation, Berlin: Haus Der Kulturen Der Welt, 2003.
  • Withers, Rachel. EAST International 2000. Artforum 39: 2 (October, 2000): 155.
  • Women by Women, 8 Fotografinnen aus der arabischen Welt, Frankfurt : Fotografie Forum International, 2004.



  • Ghada Amer and Reza Farkhondeh

    http://www.ghadaamer.com/ghada/Ghada_Amer.html

  • Amer, Ghada . Ghada Amer. London: Gagosian Gallery, 2002. (English and French ed).
  • Amer, Ghada and Clara Kim. Ghada Ame : Délier Les Langues : L'Art d'Écrire De Ghada Amer [Unraveling Language : Ghada Amer's Art of Eriting]. Geneva: Galerie Guy Bärtschi, 2002.
  • Amer, Ghada and Consuelo Císar Casabàn.. Ghada Amer. Valencià: Instituto Valenciano de Arte Moderno, 2004.
  • Amer, Ghada and Danilo Eccher. Ghada Amer. Milano: Museo d'Arte Contemporanea Roma and Electa, 2007.
  • Amer, Ghada and Karen Moss. Ghada Amer. San Francisco, Calif: San Francisco Art Institute, 2002.
  • Amer, Ghada and Laurie Ann Farrell. Ghada Amer : Le Salon Courbé ; Ghada Amer, Reza Farkhondeh : An Indigestible Dessert. Milano: Francesca Minini, 2007.
  • Amer, Ghada and Maria Elena Buszek. Ghada Amer : Breathe into Me. New York: Gagosian Gallery, 2006.
  • Amer, Ghada and Martine Antlee. Ghada Amer a New Collaboration on Paper. Singapore: Singapore Tyler Print Institute, 2008.
  • Amer, Ghada and Maura Reilly. Ghada Amer. New York: Gregory R. Miller & Co.,: Available through D.A.P./Distributed Art Publishers, 2010.
  • Amer, Ghada, James Rondeau, and Selene Wendt. Ghada Amer : Reading Between the Threads. Høvikodden: Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, 2001.
  • Amer, Ghada, Njami Simon, and Kukche Hwarang. Ghada Amer : Another Spring. Seoul: Kukje Gallery, 2007.
  • Amer, Ghada, Reza Farkhondeh and Nadine Rubin. No Romance : Ghada Amer : Reza Farkhondeh & Collaborative Work. Cape Town, Johannesburg: Goodman Gallery, 2011. Amer, Ghada, Reza Farkhondeh, Laurie Ann Farrell, et al. Ghada Amer & Reza Farkhondeh : Collaborative Drawings. Seoul, Korea: Kukje Gallery, 2007.
  • Amer, Ghada, Sahar Amer, and Olu Oguibe. Ghada Amer. Amsterdam: De Appel Foundation, 2003.
  • Amer, Ghada, Selene Wendt, Henie Onstad Kunstsenter . Ghada Amer : Reading between the Threads. Oslo: Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, 2001.
  • Amer, Ghada, Simon Njami, and Michael J. Rulon. Ghada Amer : Another Spring. Seoul: Kukje Gallery, 2007.
  • Amer, Ghada, Vincent Katz, and Reza Farkhondeh. Ghada Amer, Reza Farkhondeh : Roses Off Limits. New York: Pace Prints, 2009.
  • Amer, Sahar, Ghada Amer, Olu Oguibe, et. al. Ghada Amer. Amsterdam: De Appel Foundation, 2003.
  • Bailey, David A. and Gilane Tawadros,. Veil : Veiling, Representation and Contemporary Art. London: Institute of International Visual Arts in association with Modern Art Oxford, 2003.
  • Bardouil, Sam and T. Fellrath.. Told, Untold, Retold : 23 Stories of Journeys through Time and Space. Milano, Italy; Dawhah, Qatar: Skira; Mathaf Arab Museum of Modern Art, 2010.
  • Bonfante-Warren, Alexandra. Indianapolis Museum of Art: Highlights from the Collection. Indianapolis: Indianapolis Museum of Art, 2005.
  • Buszek, Maria Elena. Extra/ordinary : Craft and Contemporary Art. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2011.
  • Cayne, Naomi. Sex, Power, and the Stitch: The Contemporary Feminist Embroidery of Ghada Amer . Philadelphia: Temple University, 2007.
  • Clemente, Chiara. Our City Dreams : Five Artists, their Dreams, One City. Milano ; New York City: Charta, 2009.
  • Daftari, Fereshteh. Without Boundary : Seventeen Ways of Looking. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 2006.
  • Dent-Brocklehurst, Mollie, Elliot McDonald, and Sudeley Castle (Winchcombe). Reconstruction #1. London: Spear Media, 2006.
  • Domene-Danés, Maria. Ghada Amer : Embroidering a Hybrid Work. Indiana: Indiana University, Department of the History of Art. 2010.
  • Ebony, David. Curve : The Female Nude Now. New York: Universe, 2003.
  • Enwezor, Okwui, Auteur and Chika Okeke-Agulu. Contemporary African Art Since 1980. Bologna: Damiani, 2009.
  • Fahrer, Wan ling. The Fine Art of Threading. New York: Hunter College, Department of Art, 2009.
  • Farrell, Laurie Ann. Ghada Amer : Recalculating Exchange Rates : Power and Poetics in the Works of Ghada Amer. in Farrell, Laurie Ann, ed. Looking Both Ways: Art of the Contemporary African Diaspora. New York: Museum for African Art; Gent: Snoeck, 2003.
  • Ghada Amer (b. 1963): Painter, Sculptor, Installation Artist. in Encyclopedia of African American Artists. Westport, (ed. dele jegede). CT: Greenwood Press, 2009.
  • Ghada Amer. in Enwezor, Okwui, ed. Short Century: Independence and Liberation Movements in Africa. Munich, London, New York: Prestel, 2001.
  • Ghada Amer. in Simon, Njami, ed. Africa Remix: Contemporary Art of a Continent. Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz, 2005; Johannesburg, South Africa: Jacana Media, 2007..
  • Ghada Amer. in Sloman, Paul, ed. Contemporary Art in the Middle East. London: Black Dog, 2009. Grosenick, Uta. Art Now Vol 2 : The New Directory to 136 International Contemporary Artists. Cologne and London: Taschen, 2005.
  • Guralnik, Nehama and Museum of Art (Tel Aviv). Ghada Amer : Intimate Confessions. Tel Aviv: Museum of Art, 2000.
  • Harney, Elizabeth TEXTures : Word and Symbol in Contemporary African Art. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institutution, National Museum of African Art, 2005.
  • Hericks-Bares, Eva Susanne. Creating Art within Boundaries without : Ghada Amer and Zineb Sedira . New York: Stony Brook University, 2006.
  • Jegede, Dele. Encyclopedia of African American Artists. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2009.
  • Kaphetse, Anna . O Megalos Peripatos [The grand promenade]. Athena: Ethniko Museio Synchrones Technes , 2006.
  • Loring Wallace, Isabelle and Jennie Hirsh. Contemporary Art and Classical Myth. Farnham and; Burlington: Ashgate, 2011.
  • Martínez, Rosa, María de Corral, and Richard Riley. La Biennale Di Venezia : 51. International Art Fair. Venice: Marsilio, 2005.
  • Monem, Nadine Käthe. Contemporary Textiles : The Fabric of Fine Art. London: Black Dog Pub, 2008.
  • Nabil, Youssef , Octavio Zaya, Ghada Amer, et. al. Youssef Nabil : I Won't Let You Die. New York: Distributed Art Pub Inc: 2009.
  • Oguibe, Olu. Strangers and Citizens. in Hassan, Salah M. Authentic, Ex-.centric: Conceptualism in Contemporary African Art. Ithaca, NY: Forum for African Arts, Prince Claus Fund Library, 2001.
  • Oweis, Fayeq. Encyclopedia of Arab American Artists. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2008.
  • P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center (New York) and Museum of Modern Art (New York). Greater New York : New Art in New York Now. New York: P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, 2000.
  • Peffer, John. The Diaspora as Object. in Farrell, Laurie Ann, ed. Looking Both Ways: Art of the Contemporary African Diaspora. New York: Museum for African Art; Gent: Snoeck, 2003.
  • Sharp, Christopher, Sarah Kent. Demons, Yarns & Tales : Tapestries by Contemporary Artists. Bologna; London: Damiani; in association with Banners of Persuasion, 2008. Sloman, Paul. Contemporary Art in the Middle East. London: Black Dog, 2009.
  • St. Gelais, Therese. Ghada Amer. Canada: ABC Art Books Canada Distribution: 2012.
  • Stirratt, Betsy, Catherine Johnson. Feminine Persuasion: Art and Essays on Sexuality. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2003.
  • Ulmer, Sean M. and Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art. Uncommon Threads : Contemporary Artists and Clothing. Ithaca, N.Y.: Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, 2001.
  • Whitney Biennial 2000: Biennial Exhibition. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art and Harry N. Abrams, 2000.

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    Fatima Al Qadiri

    fatimaalqadiri.com/

  • 10kilos.us, Professies: Fatima Al Qadiri – How Can I Resist You. By: Professies: Fatima Al Qadiri – how can I Resist You | 10kilos.Us Comments on: Video: Fatima Al Qadiri, How can I Resist U (Thu, 19 Jan, 2012).
  • Al Qadiri, Fatima and Lauren Boyle. Pâté. New York: Common Space, 2011.
  • Al Qadiri, Fatima, “Excavating the Egyptians.” Bidoun Magazine 25 (fall 2011): 032C.
  • ———. “AbraK48dabra,” K48, New York 8 (2011).
  • ———. TLS (The Times Literary Supplement), 5528 (March 13 2009): 3.
  • ———. Bartley, Christopher. The Last Magazine 2 (spring 2009).
  • ———. Boy Talk. , Bidoun Magazine 19 (winter 2009/2010):125-127.
  • ———. Busby, Kate. J Magazine (Jazeera Airways) 20 (February/March 2011).
  • ———. Kuwaiti Arabic Slang, Bidoun Magazine 19 (fall 2008): 199.
  • ———. Mahma Kan Althaman ‘Whatever the Price’. Bidoun Magazine 20.
  • ———. McManus, Char. SuperSuper!, 23 : 38.
  • ———. No Soul for Sale (part of K48 Kontiuum). London: Charley Independents, 2010.
  • ———.Resurrection compiled by Jon Santos, New York: Common Space, 2006.
  • ———. Sandberg, Patrick. V Magazine 70 (spring 2011):123.
  • ———.Dazed and Confused, 2 no.93 (January 2011): 122.
  • ———. “Starship Counterforce.” K48 Magazine (2009).
  • ———. The Bed Thief. Bidoun Magazine 21 (summer 2010): 28-29.
  • ———. “Wolves That Do Not Eat Meat.” Bidoun Magazine 17(spring 2009):130-133.
  • A New Art Exhibit Explores the Influence of Music in the Middle East - the National http:// www.thenational.ae/arts-culture/art/a-new-art-exhibit-explores-the-influence-of-music-in-the-middle- east.
  • ALTERED ZONES - Posts Tagged Fatima Al Qadiri http://alteredzones.com/tags/fatima-al-qadiri/.
  • Arabian-American Bonafide Sorceress: Q&A with Fatima Al Qadiri | the Creators Project http:// thecreatorsproject.com/blog/arabian-american-bonafide-sorceress-qa-with-fatima-al-qadiri.
  • ArtAsiaPacific: Snail Fever http://artasiapacific.com/Magazine/WebExclusives/SnailFever.
  • ARTPULSE MAGAZINE » Editor's Picks » Collective Utopia: Zenana as the Public Sphere http:// artpulsemagazine.com/collective-utopia-zenana-as-the-public-sphere.
  • Ayshay: WARN-U EP | Album Reviews | Pitchfork http://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/15902-warn-u- ep/.
  • Bazaar Magazine - Kuwait http://www.bazaar-magazine.com/baz/bazaar/index.php? show=eIndex&show_filter=view&action=article&art_id=ART00000000395.
  • Children of War: Kuwait by Fatima Al Qadiri & Khalid Al Gharaballi | Bidoun Projects http:// www.bidoun.org/magazine/16-kids/children-of-war-kuwait-by-fatima-al-qadiri-khalid-al-gharaballi/.
  • Dubstep before it Wobbled , http://eidemagazine.com/index.php? option=com_k2&view=item&id=225&Itemid=17.
  • Electric Selection - the Forecast | Clash Music Exclusive Interview http://www.clashmusic.com/feature/ electric-selection-the-forecast.
  • Fatima Al Qadiri – how can I Resist U « File Magazine , http://file-magazine.com/tv/fatima-al-qadiri- how-can-i-resist-u.
  • Fatima Al Qadiri Homenageia Londres e o Dubstep – FACT Magazine: Music and Art PT http:// www.factmag.com/pt/2012/01/19/fatima-al-qadiri-homenageia-londres-e-o-dubstep/.
  • Friedemann. “De:Bug Magazin.” De:Bug Magazin (April 12, 2012).
  • Frieze Magazine | shows | Snail Fever http://www.frieze.com/shows/print_review/snail-fever/.
  • Genre Bender: Fatima Al Qadiri - Page - Interview Magazine http://www.interviewmagazine.com/art/ fatima-al-qadiri/#_.
  • NSFS: A Video Interview with K48 - Features - Art in America http://www.artinamericamagazine.com/ features/nsfs-a-video-interview-with-k48/.
  • PAPERMAG - Jamming at Telfar Clemens http://www.papermag.com/2008/09/ jamming_at_telfar_clemens.php.
  • Post-Irony and Fatima Al Qadiri’s Genre Specific Xperience | Cluster Mag http://theclustermag.com/ blog/2011/11/fatima-al-qadiris-genre-realness-a-critical-proximity/.
  • Rhizome | Corpcore (2010) - Fatima Al Qadiri http://rhizome.org/editorial/2010/oct/1/corpcore-2010- fatima-al-qadiri/.
  • THE DAILY STAR :: Culture :: Art :: A New Take on Body, Sex and Gender http:/ /www.dailystar.com.lb/Culture/Art/2011/Aug-09/A-new-take-on-body-sex-and- gender.ashx#axzz1sb7ecqdt.
  • Through the Internet and Inside Fatima Al Qadiri's Genre-Specific Xperience | the Creators Project http:/ /thecreatorsproject.com/blog/through-the-internet-and-inside-fatima-al-qadiris-igenre-specific- xperiencei.
  • V MAGAZINE / A SLICE OF PÂTÉ http://www.vmagazine.com/2011/03/a-slice-of-pate/.
  • Video: Fatima Al Qadiri how can I Resist U | XLR8R http://www.xlr8r.com/news/2012/01/video- fatima-al-qadiri-how-can-i.
  • Video: Fatima Al Qadiri, How can I Resist U « the FADER , http://www.thefader.com/2012/01/19/ video-fatima-al-qadiri-how-can-i-resist-u/.



  • Monira Al-Qadiri

  • Chamas, Sophie. Bodies Moving to Memory. Jadaliyya, August 4, 2011. http://www.jadaliyya.com/pages/ index/2307/bodies-moving-to-memory
  • Farhat, Maymanah. "New York: Sultan's Dream." 56 (2007):166-167.



  • Zeina Barakeh

  • Al-Taki, Yakzan. “Faces that Do Not Rest.” Al-Mustaqbal (2005):13.
  • Ghanem, Zuheir. “The Adventure of Expression and Illuminated Mirrors.” Al-Liwaa, (2005): 23.
  • Wilson-Goldie, Kaelen. “Twenty-One Ways of Looking at the Face of Zeina Barakeh.”, The Daily Star, International Herald Tribune (May 5, 2005):12.
  • G.D. “Facettes de Zeina Barakeh, La Femme aux Grands Yeux.” L’Orient-Le Jour (2005).
  • Ghorayeb, Laure. “Interlaced Pathways between Abstraction, Examination, and Self-Portraitur. An-Nahar (2005):10.
  • “Zeina Barakeh Searches for Her Inner Self and for Her Different Faces.” Al-Ousbou’ Al-Arabi (2005): 47.
  • Harfouche, Nicole Malhamé. “Des Oeuvres Nées d’une Vision Intérieure.” La Revue du Liban (2005): 51.
  • Ghannam, Jess. Zeina Barakeh interview, Arab Talk, KPOO 89.5 FM, San Francisco, (2007).
  • Osseiran, Sawsan. Zeina Barakeh, interview, Min Yawm La Yawm, the Arab Woman Channel, Heya TV, Beirut, 2005.
  • Zeina Barakeh: An Interview, Alam Al Sabah, Future TV, Beirut, 2005.

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    Ofri Cnaani

    http://ofricnaani.com/

  • “1998-2008: Real Time,” Eretz Magazine (June/July 2008).
  • “Catalog,” Art Focus 4(December, 2003).
  • “Colonel Collection,” New York Sun (March 16, 2005).
  • “Dungeon,” Block Magazine (June 2006).
  • “Occasional Cities,” Block Magazine 4, Tel Aviv, Israel: April, 2007.
  • “Self Portrait,” Tema Celesta, July, 2005.
  • “The Blind Scenario,” ExhibitArt on Paper (January 2006).
  • Art In General. 5th Annual Video-Marathon Catalogue. New York: Art in General, 2003.
  • Aviv, Naomi. The kiss: Yehiel hemi, Yael Cnaani & Ofri Cnaani. Tel Aviv: Kalisher Gallery, April, 2002.
  • Bat Yam Museum, Sweet 16, Israel: Bat Yam Museum.
  • Ben-Ner, Guy. “Waiting Room.” Tel Aviv: PeerGallery, June, 2000.
  • Casati, Martha. “Ofri Cnaani”, EspoArte 39 ( February – March 2006).
  • Catello E Parco dell’Acciaolo, Storytellers. Scandicci, Italy, 2007.
  • Ciu, Carmela. “Slippery Caberet Art,” The Forward (February 4, 2009).Claudia Zanfi and aMAZE Cultural Lab. Going Public '04 : Mappe, Confini, Nuove Geografie [maps, confines and new geographies]. Cinisello
  • Balsamo, Milano: Silvana, 2004. Claudia Zanfi. Ofri Cnaani. Milano: Galleria Pack, 2007.
  • Cnaani, Ofri. "[Female torso next to bearded man's head] [art reproduction]." Artforum International 43, no. 7 (March 2005): 146.
  • Cohen, David, ed. “Ofri Cnaani: The Colonel and I,” artcritical.com (April 2005).
  • Dana, Shuepi. “Decreation,” Time Out TLV (January 2007).
  • Director, Ruty. “The understanding of the ceiling,” Ha-Eir (April, 2003).
  • Eisenberg, Adam. “Ofri Cnaani: A Tale of Ends,” Flavorpill (February 2009).
  • Gallerie PACK, OFRI CNAANI, Milano, Italy: Gallerie PACK, 2006.
  • Garwood, Deborah. “A Multi-Media Artist’s Taut Reporting,” Gay City News 14. http://204.2.109.187/ gcn_415/multimediaartist.html
  • Garwood, Deborah. “Visionaries,” NYArts (August, 2005). Gat, Orit. “Artist Profile: Ofri Cnaani,” Rhizome (December 14, 2011).
  • Gilerman, Dana. A game with secret rules, Haaretz (January, 2002).
  • Gilerman, Dana. Harmony of Negatives, Haaretz (July, 2001).
  • Gilerman, Dana. It’s from home, Haaretz (July, 2002).
  • Glinter, Ezra. “Forward Fives Mark Best in Arts,” The Forward (December, 2011).
  • Goldfine, Gil. “Under the plastic tree,” The Jerusalem Post (May 2003).
  • Haifa Museum of Art, Ofri Cnaani – Death Bed, Haifa, Israel: Haifa Museum of Art, 2006.
  • Herschthal E. “Israeli Artists Caught Between Here and Home.” The New York Jewish Week, (March 21, 2008).
  • Herschthal, Eric. “The Art of ‘Sisterhood,” The Jewish Week (March 1, 2011). http:// www.thejewishweek.com/arts/theater/art_sisterhood.
  • Jablon, Samuel. “Exhibition Review,” Bomblog (March 16, 2011). Kaplan, Cheryl. “Dangerous Liasons,” The Jewish Daily Forward (February 23, 2011).
  • Lipman, Steve. “(Gen) X Plus Y Equals 10 (Commandments),” The New York Jewish Week (June 10, 2005).
  • Litwin, Anat. “Visionaries,” Exhibition Essay, July, 2005. Loop Barcelona 2006, Spain: np, 2006.
  • Maine, Stephen. “SPACE IS THE PLACE,” Artnet Magazine (June 2006).
  • Margit, Eszter. “Moving Talmudic Murals, Jewish Art Now (February 17, 2011).
  • Meltzer, Gilad. “Twilight zone,” Yediot Ahronoth (April, 2003).Neta Gal-Azmon and Muzeon Bat Yam le-omanut. 16 Matok : `al na`arut Ve-Gil Hitbagrut : Hilah Ben Ari, Tali Ben-Basat, Sharon Bareket, Uri
  • Gershuni, Anah Yam, Ronah Yefman, `Ofri Kena`a`ni, Hilah Lulu Lin, Sashah Serber, Eden `Ofrat, Ayal
  • Frid, Keren Shpilsher. Bat-Yam: Muzeon Bat Yam le-omanut, 2007.
  • Ofri Cnaani, Claudia Zanfi, Elizabeth M. Grady.
  • Ofri Cnaani. Milano: Galleria Pack, 2006.
  • Ofri Cnaani, James Trainor, Ester Namdar et al.. The Sota Project. Montreal: Sternthal Books, 2010.
  • Ofri Cnaani. Two Dimensional Days. New York: Andrea Meislin Gallery, 2007. Ofri, Cnaani and Ilana Tenenbaum. Mitah Meshunah. Yetsiat Herum. [Death bed]. Hefah: Mueone Hefah, Muzeon Hefah le- omanut, 2006.
  • Petach tikva Museum. The Space Between. Yedioth Achronot, Israel: Petach tikva Museum, nd.
  • Sanderson, Naomi. Everything is in Order: Ofri Cnaani’s Video-Art Trilogy, www.comme-il-fault.com, (August 2001)
  • Segal, Noam. “A Viewer in Search of Meaning,” Programma (September 2009).
  • Sheffi, Smadar. “A playground full of surprises,” Haaretz (July, 2002).
  • Sheffi, Smadar. “Ofri Cnaani: The Black & White theater” Haaretz (January, 2005).
  • Sheffi, Smadar. Directly to the central circle, Haaretz (July, 2001).
  • Smadar, Sheffi. Creation From the End to the Beginning, Haaret (February 2007).
  • Sutton, Benjamin. Top 10 Exhibitions in Brooklyn in 2011, The L Magazine (December 21, 2011).
  • Tsur, Uzi. “Ofri Cnaani: The Black & White Theater,” Haaretz (January, 2005).
  • Tsur, Uzi. “Reverberating Between Spaces and Senses”, Haaretz (January, 2002).
  • Tsur, Uzi. The Possible Revolving of the Young Artist, Haaretz (August, 2001).
  • Tzur, Uzi. “Summer in the Winter,” Haaretz (February 2007).
  • Young, Stephenie. Ofri Cnaani, Vellum Magazine (December 2006).
  • Zanfi, Claudia. “The Sun Still Shines: One journey One Hope,” Milan,(March, 2005).
  • Zanfi, Claudia. ATLANTE MEDITERRANEO. Going Public 6. Michigan: Silvana, 2006.



  • Nezaket Ekici

    http://www.ekici-art.de/

  • Balasco, Daniel. "Nezaket Ekici at Elgiz Museum and Karsi Sanat." Art In America 94, no. 8 (September 2006): 183.
  • Berliner Gaswerke (Author). GASAG-Kunstpreis ... 2004. Nezaket Ekici. Berlin Kunstfabrik am Flutgraben: 2004.
  • Biesenbach, Klaus. "Into Me/Out of Me." Flash Art 39, no. 249 (September, 2006): 78-81.
  • Centre PasquArt. Seriously Ironic : Positions in Turkish Contemporary Art Scene ;. Nürnberg; Biel: Verlag für moderne Kunst; CentrePasquArt, 2009.
  • Claus, Elisabeth, Nezaket Ekici, and Neuer Kunstverein (Aschaffenburg). Das Kritische Auge : Nezaket
  • Ekici - Türkei, Parastou Forouhar - Iran, Amirali Ghasemi - Iran, Mohammed Shoukry - Ägypten, Keun-Byung Yook – Korea. Aschaffenburg Neuer Kunstverein Aschaffenburg: 2006.
  • Denaro, Dolores and Caroline Nicod. Seriously Ironic : Positions in Turkish Contemporary Art Scen. Biel Bienne: Verlag für Moderne Kunst Nürnberg; CentrePasquArt, 2009.
  • Ekici, Nezaket.. Nezaket Ekici : GASAG-Kunstpreis 2004. Berlin: Kunstfabrik am Flutgraben, 2004.
  • Ekici, Nezaket and Friederike Fast. Personal Map : To be Continued... Bielefeld: Kerber : MARTa Herford, 2011.
  • Ekici, Nezaket, Özlem Günyol, Barbara Heinrich et al. Türkisch Delight : Nezaket Ekici ; Özlem Günyol Und Mustafa Kunt ; Gülsün Karamustafa : Ebru Özseçen;: Anny Und Sibel Öztürk ; Iskender Yediler. Nordhorn: Der Städtischen Galerie Nordhorn ,2007.
  • Ekici, Nezaket. Nezaket Ekici - Interviews Zur Frauenskulptur chur_interveniert. Anonymous 2005. S.l. ; s.n. 778826703 (1 online resource ()).
  • Ekici, Nezaket. Nezaket Ekici - Mimesis Performance, Freitag 2. September 2005 : Kirche St. Martin, Martinsplatz : Kantonsbibliothek/Staatsarchiv, Karlihofplatz : Capellerhof, Kornplatz s.n., 2005.
  • Hatry, Heide, Pierre Menard gallery, and Daneyal Mahmood gallery. Meat After Meat Joy. Cambridge, MA: Pierre Menard gallery, 2009.
  • Liveartwork DVD. Issue 4, Nov 06 Showcasing Contemporary Live Art. 1 videodisc (100 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. Directed by B. Catling, Nezaket Ekici, Julie Andrée T, et al. Berlin, Germany: Liveartwork.com, 2006.
  • Lungu, Florentina. "Chefs-d'Oeuvre Privés Temporairement Publics." Vie Des Arts. 210 (March, 2008): 69- 71.
  • Meyer, Helge. "Une Transformation De La Durée Et Du Temps." INTER 86 (winter 2003-, 2004): 20-21.
  • Nachtigäller, Roland and Martin Schick. Türkisch Delight. Nordhorn: Städtische Galerie, 2009.
  • Nachtigäller, Roland and Städtische Galerie (Nordhorn). Türkisch Delight : Nezaket Ekici. Nordhorn Städtische Galerie: 2007.
  • Pfütze, Hermann. "Mahrem: Anmerkungen Zum Verschleiern Verhüllungsdiktat Und Geschlechterspannung." 193 (2008): 280-282.
  • Selen, E. “The work of sacrifice: Gender performativity, modernity, and Islam in contemporary Turkish performance (1980s--2000s).” Ph.D. diss., New York University. 2010 SeriouslyIironic - Positions in Turkish Contemporary Art Scene; Nürnberg : Verlag für moderne Kunst, 2009.
  • Tannert, Chistoph. "Nezaket Ekici." European Photography 28, no. 2 (December, 2007): 24-25.
  • Tragatschnig, Ulrich. "Das Eigene Im Fremden Und Vice Versa." Kunst Und Kirche 3 (2008): 56-58.
  • Westcott, James. "Silence is Golden." Art Review 54 (Sepember 2004): 74-77.



  • Parastou Forouhar

    http://www.parastou-forouhar.de/

  • Afsarian, Iman, Parastou Forouhar, and Susann Wintsch. Analysing While Waiting (for Time to Pass) Contemporary Art in Tehran. Zürich S. Wintsch, 2007.
  • Barberis, Irene, Paratu Furuhar, and Jane Logemann. Intersections, Reading the Space : Christianity, Judaism and Islam. Australia: Jewish Museum of Australia, 2005.
  • Barberis-Page, I., Light, H., Forouhar, P., et al. Intersections - Reading the Space, http:// researchbank.rmit.edu.au/view/rmit:10490;
  • Bos, Saskia, Annie Fletcher, and Jens Asthoff. 2. Berlin Biennale 2001 : [Darren Almond, Carlos Amorales, Kutlug Ataman, Fiona Banner, Elisabetta Benassi, David Claerbout, Ayse Erkmen, Inka Essenhigh, Parastou Forouhar, Alicia Framis, Kendell Geers, Simryn Gill & Liisa Roberts, Liam Gillick, Renee Green, Joseph Grigely, Henrik Hakansson, Havas & Galik (Little Warsaw), Heger & Dejanov, Christian Jankowski, Katarzyna Josefowicz, Korpys & Löffler, Surasi Kusolwong, ... Köln: Oktagon, 2001.
  • Claus, Elisabeth, Nezaket Ekici, and Neuer Kunstverein (Aschaffenburg). Das Kritische Auge : Nezaket Ekici - Türkei, Parastou Forouhar - Iran, Amirali Ghasemi - Iran, Mohammed Shoukry - Ägypten, Keun-Byung Yook - Korea.Aschaffenburg: Aschaffenburg Neuer Kunstverein Aschaffenburg: 2006.
  • Düchting, Susanne. Krieg - Individuum [Lida Abdul ... ; Erscheint Zur Ausstellung Krieg - Individuum in Der Ausstellungshalle Zeitgenössische Kunst, np: Berlin Revolver Publ: 2010.
  • Firmenich, Andrea and Deutsche Akademie Villa Massimo (Roma). Römische Perspektiven : Stipendiaten Der Villa Massimo Zu Gast Im Sinclair-Haus, Bad Homburg ; 6. - 16. September 2007 ; Katalog anläßlich Der Ausstellung Römische Perspektiven - Stipendiaten Der Villa Massimo Zu Gast Im Sinclair-Haus, Bad Homburg (6. Bis 16. September 2007). [6], Parastou Forouhar. Bad Homburg v. d. Höhe: Altana Kulturstiftung, 2007.
  • Forouhar, Parastou, 1962-. Black is My Name, White is My Name Series [Art Reproduction] 2010.
  • Forouhar, Parastou. Analysing while Waiting (for Time to Pass): Contemporary Art in Tehran. Zurich: Treibsand, 2007.
  • Forouhar, Parastou and Britta Schmitz. Tausendundein Tag - Parastou Forouhar, WerkRaum. 14. Köln: König, 2003.
  • Forouhar, Parastou and Rose Issa. Parastou Forouhar. ; Art, Life and Death in Iran. London; Beirut: Saqi Books: 2011.
  • Forouhar, Parastou and Susann Wintsch. Treibsand Volume DVD Magazine on Contemporary Art. Zürich: Treibsand, 2007.
  • Forouhar, Parastou. Das Land, in Dem Meine Eltern Umgebracht Wurden : Liebeserklärung an Den Iran. Freiburg ; Basel ; Wien: Herder, 2011.
  • Forouhar, Parastou. Kafsaru Dararin magmu`a-i Fakkahi. Frankfurt, M: Ausstellungsraum de Ligt, 2003.
  • Forouhar, Parastou. Tausend Und Ein Tag : Parastou Forouhar WerkRaum. Köln: König, 2003.
  • Forouhar, Parastou. Yakhbandan Butterfly [Art Reproduction]. 98 (2010).
  • Furuhar, Parastu and Andreas Kaernbach. Parastou Forouhar : Im Deutschen Dom. Berlin: Deutscher Bundestag, 2005.
  • Furuhar, Parastu. Tausend Und Ein Tag : Parastou Forouhar WerkRaum. 14. Köln: W. König, 2003. Glanville, Jo. The Art Issue. Index on Censorship, 40, no. 3;. London: Sage, 2011.
  • Harris, Gareth. ...and Contemporary is nearly as Bad, Art Newspaper, Issue 229 (November, 2011):97 Herda, Isabel and Jochen Ludwig. Iran.Com : Iranische Kunst Heute = Iran.Com : Iranian Art Today. Freiburg i. Br: Modo, 2006. Hoffmann, Jakob. Eastern Expressway Kunst Im Zeichen Der Krise ; Mohamed Abdulla, Mahmoud Bakshi-Moakhar, Parastou Forouhar, Amirali Ghasemi, Marc Petzoldt, Talal Refit, Jinoos Taghizadeh. Frankfurt/Main Gutleut-Verl: 2006.
  • Issa, Rose. Nowhere to Go: Art in Exile. no. 17 (2010): 36-47.
  • Issa, Rose. Iranian Photography Now. Ostfildern, Germany: Hatje Cantz, 2008.
  • Issa, Rose. Parastou Forouhar : Art, Life and Death in Iran. London: Saqi books, 2010.
  • Karentzos, Alexandra, Parastou Forouhar, Sandra Braun. Spielmannszüge Aus Der Serie Tausendundein Tag. Saarbrücken Saarländisches Künstlerhaus: 2005.
  • Kirkpatrick, Gail B., Susanne Düchting and Julia Wirxel. Krieg/Individuum : 20. Berlin: Revolver, 2010.
  • Mascheroni, Loredana. Identità Negate / Denied Identities 2010.
  • Moon, Iris. A Question of Happiness: The Busan Biennale 2004. Flash Art 37, no. 238 (October 2004): 51, 68.
  • Mühleis. Ein Kind Lässt Einen Stein Übers Wasser Springen. Zu Entstehungsweisen Von Kunst. Paderborn: Verlag Wilhelm Fink, 2011.
  • Muller, Silke. Berlin Biennale: `Energie Geben Statt Provozieren'. ART: Das Kunstmagazin no. 4 (April, 2001): 78-83.
  • Nouri, Miriam, In Violence Aesthetics & Politics in Iran. MA thesis.California Institute of the Arts, c.2011.
  • Nuevos Modos De La Ornamentación. Lapiz 28, no. 250-251 (March, 2009): 42-42.
  • Nungesser, Michael. Entfernte Nähe: Neue Positionen Iranischer Künstler. Kunstforum International 170 (May-June 2004): 257-260.
  • Nungesser, Michael. Heimat Kunst. Kunstforum International 151 (July-September 2000): 305-307.
  • Ozdemir, Cem. Heimat Ist Ein Haus Voller Pingpongballe. ART: Das Kunstmagazin no. 6 (June, 2000): 90.
  • Parastou Forouhar : WerkRaum.. Köln: König, 2003. Pellinghelli di Monticello, Giovanni. Donna Iraniana Ovunque in Esilio. Giornale Dell'Arte 28, no. 297 (April, 2010): 30-30.
  • Pfütze, Hermann. Hannah Arendt Denkraum. Kunstforum International 183 (February, 2006): 308-310.
  • Pfütze, Hermann. Mahrem: Anmerkungen Zum Verschleiern Verhüllungsdiktat Und Geschlechterspannung. Kunstforum International 193 (October, 2008): 280-282.
  • Pfütze, Hermann. Re-Imagining Asia: Kampfabsage Der Kulturen. Kunstforum International 191 (July, 2008): 286-289.
  • Pfütze, Hermann. Parastou Forouhar: Tausendundein Tag : Hamburger Bahnhof, Museum Für Gegenwart. . 2003.
  • Raza, Sara. Far Near Distance: Contemporary Positions of Iranian Artists. ART AsiaPacific 43 (winter, 2005): 79.
  • Reckitt, Helena. Unusual Suspects: 'Global Feminisms' and 'WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution'. n.Paradoxa . 18 (2006): 34-42.
  • Rouhani, Omid. Women Artists: The Big Issues. Art Press 17; L'Iran Devoile par ses Artistes (July, 2010): 48-54.
  • Schmidt, Petra, Annette Tietenberg, and Ralf Wollheim. Patterns in Design, Art and Architecture. Basel, Switzerland] ; Boston, MA.: Birkhäuser, 2005.
  • Schränke, Phyllis Kiehl. Parastou Forouhar. Frankfurt (Main): 1822-Stiftung, 2000.
  • Spiegler, Almuth. Wo Muster Kein Verbrechen Sind. ART: Das Kunstmagazin 1 (January, 2009): 88-89.
  • Trembley, Nicolas. Biennale. Art Press 307 (December, 2004): 68-69.
  • Volkart, Yvonne. Die Isolation Überwinden. Springerin 14, no. 1 (January, 2008): 11-11.
  • Wahjudi, Claudia. 2. Berlin Biennale. Kunstforum International 155 (June-July, 2001): 300-329.
  • Wallace, Miranda. 21st Century : Art in the First Decade. South Brisbane, Qld: Queensland Art Gallery, 2010.
  • Wintsch, Susann. Eine Strategie Der Vieldeutigkeit. Kunst-Bulletin 1-2 (February, 2010): 38-39.
  • Wolinski, Natacha. Regards Persans. Beaux Arts Magazine 297 (March, 2009): 86-91.
  • Youssafi, Abdellatif, Danièle Perrier, and Parastou Forouhar. Swanrider Parastou Forouhar. Bad Ems: Künstlerhaus Schloß Balmoral, 2005.

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    Ayana Friedman

    http://www.ayanafriedman.info/main.html

  • A Choice of Alternatives. Fischer Gallery, Mishkenot Sha'ananim, Jerusalem; Haim Zippori COmmunity Education Center; and Kol Ha-Isha; pp. 10-14, 1996.
  • A Swing for Every Age; The Third Color, exhibition catalogue, Artists' House, Jerusalem, November 200, pp. 4-6
  • “Dancing is Sculpture Too: The Dance of Rina Schoenfeld is like Sculpture,” Mishkafayim 11 (1990): 56- 57.
  • “Entrance Women Only: American Artist Judy Chicago Makes Dinner for 39 Women Who Left Teir Mark on History,” Mishkafayim 31(1997): 24-27.
  • "Heavy as a Feather: On Stone in the Art of Ilan Auerbach, an Israeli Artist Who Lives and Aworks in the U.S. and Europe,” Mishkafayim, 37 (1999) 67-69. Here and Now: First Work by Immigrant Artists from the Soviet Union, Exhibition Catalogue, Jerusalem: Van Leer Institute, 1992.
  • ‘Interview with Martin Weyl.” Studio Art Journal. 14 (1990): 4-5.
  • “Locations of Ra: On the Art of Dov Or-Ner,” Studio Art Journal 5 (1989):26.
  • “Munch: The Drama on the Bridge,” Studio Art Journal 15 (1990): 28-29.
  • “Sculptural Garments: Clothing as Packaging and Sculpture in the Work of Six Artists,” Mishkafayim 9 (1990): 17-19.
  • “Soft Sculpture: The Season of Fiber,” Studio Art Journal, 32 (1992): 24-25.
  • “The Geisha, the Hamburger, and AIDs,” Studio Art Journal, 6 (1989): 44-45.
  • “The Rope and the Hanging,” Studio Art Journal 5 (1989): 28-29.
  • “The Trick is to Love on a Philosophical Level: The Art of Jeff Koons and Ciccioline,” Mishkafayin 18 (1993): 78.
  • ”Tracks of Time: On an Installation of Adina Bar-On and Daniel Davis,” Mishkafayim, 20 (1994):34.
  • Abrams, Carol K. "From family violence to healing: Powerful new art exhibit by American and Israeli women at HUC," The Jewish Cleveland News (December 26, 1997).
  • “Artist and Teacher: Julia Keiner-Forchheimer,” Weaving and Collages, Jerusalem:Sara and Isadore Palevsky Pavilion for Design, Israel Museum, Jerusalem (fall-winter 1993):9-12.
  • Auerbach, Aliza, Ayana Friedman and Gila Svirsky.. Golden Aging. Jerusalem: Artists House, 2000.
  • Bertonoff, Deborah, Iddo Maseri, Ziv Lev et. al.. Making Way for a Green Leaf a Day in the Life of Devora Bertonov. s.l.: s.n., 2000.
  • Blustain, Sarah. "Battered Images Reflect Rough Realities: American and Israeli Women Artists Address Family Violence in Their Work," Forward (October 17, 1997).
  • Buria Mann: A selection of the Artist's Work Jerusalem. 117 pgs, (2000).
  • Cassouto, Nella. Long memory/Short Memory : Daniel Sack, Elisha Dagan, Moshe Gershuni, Ariane
  • Littman-Cohen, Yocheved (Juki) Weinfeld, Moshe Kupferman, Mani Salama, Ayana Friedman, Micha Ullman : [Ten Artists from Israel]. Raleigh (N.C.): City Gallery of Contemporary Art, 1997.
  • Dugan, Cory. Beasts of Burden, Arts & Leisure, Memphis Flyer (October 19,1998 ).
  • Friedman Ben-David, Miriam and Ayana Friedman. A Holokauszt Árnyékában Izraeli Muvészej "Második Generáció [In the shadow of the Holocaust "Second Generation" Israeli artists]. Budapest: Peter Wilhelm Art Projects, 2008.
  • Friedman, Ayana and Haim Maor. 1995.
  • Friedman, Ayana and Israel) Bet ha-omanim (Jerusalem. 2000.
  • Friedman, Ayana and Kol ha-Isha - Merkaz nashim. 1996.
  • Friedman, Ayana, Bruria Mann, and Kav graph. 2000.
  • Friedman, Ayana, Haim Maor, and Gila Svirsky. 1994.
  • Friedman, Ayana. Yarok `ad [Evergreen]. Yerushalayim: Bet avi hai, 2011.
  • Friedman, Ayana, Y. Kuris, and Haim Maor. Kolo Shel Ha-`ets : Pisul 1980-1994. Yerushalayim: h. mo. l, 1994.
  • Friedman, Ayana. Ha-Tseva` Ha-Shlishi. Yerushalayim: Bet ha-omanim: 2000.
  • Friedman, Ayana. Lentiles. s.l.: s.n., 2001.
  • Gordon, Ayala, Ayana Friedman, and Gila Svirsky. By Way of Flour. Beer Sheva, Israel: Kaye College of Education, Art Gallery, 2001.
  • Ilan, Neve. Passages: Artfocus 1994. Israel:Navon Gallery, Israel, 1994:6-7.
  • ”Knitted Sculpture: On the Work of Contemporary German Artist Rosemarie Trockel,” Mishkafayim 33 (1998): 32-34.
  • Kruger, Laura, Ayana Friedman, Yitzhak Brick et al. The Art of Aging. New York: Hebrew Union College-
  • Jewish Institute of Religion Museum, 2003.
  • Linker, Jane. "Images Of Life: Israeli artist salutes women and their struggles in photo exhibit at Mamaroneck gallery." The New York Jewish Week (Manhattan Edition) (September 18, 1998).
  • Mann, Bruría and Ayana Friedman. Beruryah Man [Bruría Mann]. Israel: Kav Graph, 2002.
  • Mann, Bruría, Ayana Friedman, and Gila Svirsky. Bruria Mann. Jerusalem: 2001.
  • Mann, Bruría, Péter Lányi, Ayana Friedman et. al. Beruryah Man [Bruría Mann]. Israel; Jerusalem, 2002.
  • Ossman, Tova. "Le-Marit `ayin" ["It seems as if"]. Yavneh: Iriyat Yavneh, Agaf hinukh ve-tanus, ha- Mahlakah le-tarbut, 2000.
  • Pardes, Hannah. “Not By Portrait Alone...,Introduction and analysis of the work of sixteen artists,” The Golden Brush: Self Portrait', Shoham Geriatric Center, June 2003. Wilhelm, Peter and Peter Wilhelm Art Project. In the Shadow of the Holocaust : "Second Generation" Israeli Artists. Budapest: Peter Wilhelm Art Projects, 2008. “Ya'akov Pins: Artist, Collector, Teacher,” Studio Art Journal 24 (1991): 48-49.



  • Shadi Ghadirian (since 2000)

    http://shadighadirian.com/

  • Domestic Odyssey : Marlene Alt, Margarita Cabrera, Helen Cohen, Willie Cole, Carlee Fernandez, Tiffany Forner, Megan Foster, Shadi Ghadirian, Brian Goggin, Mona Hatoum, Tulsa Kinney, Stephen Litchfield, an Te Liu, Liza Lou, Tony may, David Pace, Allen C. Topolski, Yoram Wolberger. San Jose: San Jose Museum of Art, 2004.
  • "Ecbatana? Artists from the Middle East." n.Paradoxa 7 (2001): 63-67.
  • "Veil." Flash Art 36, 229 (March-April, 2003): 52.
  • Allestorfer, Julia. "Im Spannungsfeld Zwischen Tradition Und Modernismus." Kunst Und Kirche (2004): 251-252.
  • Azimi, Roxana. "Le Moyen-Orient, Mirage Ou Véritable Oasis?" Oeil 599 (February, 2008): 98-99.
  • ———. "Paris Photo Hisse Le Drapeau Du Contemporain." Oeil 563 (November., 2004): 100-101.
  • Bailey, David A., Gilane Tawadros, Reina Lewis et al. Veil: Veiling, Representation and Contemporary Art. London: Institute of International Visual Arts in association with Modern Art Oxford, 2003.
  • Balaghi, Shiva. "Abbas's Photographs of Iran." Middle East Report 233 (winter, 2004): pp. 28-33.
  • Bouruet-Aubertot, Veronique. "Mille Et Un Visages d'Iran." Beaux Arts Magazine 206; Supp. (July, 2001): 19.
  • Bush, Samar Mohammad. Complicating the Veiled Iranian Woman : The Work of Shirin Neshat and Shadi Ghadirian. 2008.
  • Campbell, Deborah. "Unveiled: Can Iranian Artists Depict the Real Iran?" Modern Painters (October, 2005): 56-58.
  • Carver, Antonia. "Christie's Second Sale Makes $9.4m." Art Newspaper 16, no. 178 (March, 2007): 56-56.
  • Corty, Axelle. "L'Art Iranien En Première Ligne." Connaissance Des Arts 675 (October, 2009): 122-123.
  • Crenn, Julie. "Sous Le Voile, La Lutte : Les Photographies De Shadi Ghadirian." Les Éditions Intervention Érudit, http://id.erudit.org/iderudit/65837ac; http://id.erudit.org/iderudit/65837ac de La Morandière, Marilys and Michket Krifa. Haft : 7 Artistes Contemporains Iraniens. Paris; Boulogne- Billancourt: Somogy; Ville de Boulogne-Billancourt, 2003.
  • Downey, Anthony. "Children of the Revolution: Contemporary Iranian Photography." Aperture 197 (December, 2009): 38-45.
  • Etehadieh, Anahita Ghabaian. "La Photographie Iranienne Et Ses enjeux/Iranian Photography: Issues and Developments." Art Press 361 (November, 2009): 63-71.
  • They Call Me Muslim a Documentary. 1 videodisc (27 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. Directed by Diana Ferrero and Women Make Movies. New York, NY: Women Make Movies, 2006.
  • Gaillemin, Jean-Louis. "L'Iran a Vif." Oeil 553 (Dec., 2003): 60-63.
  • Genocchio, Benjamin. "In the Heat of the Moment." Art in America 97, no. 10 (November, 2009): 121-129.
  • ———. "The Insanity of Iran." 23, no. 4 (2011): 48-56.
  • Ghadirian, Shadi. Untitled from Qajar [Detail] [Art Reproduction]. Vol. 97 2009.
  • Ghadirian, Shadi. Shadi Ghadirian. Zurich: Galerie Kashya Hildebrand, 2001.
  • Ghadirian, Shadi and Ruchira Gupta. Qajar ; Out of Focus ; West by East ; Like Everyday ; My Press Photo ; be Colorful ; Ctrl+Alt+Del. Bangalore: Tasveer, 2008.
  • Hattori, Cordélia, Jean-Marie Dautel, and Régis Cotentin. Miroirs d'Orients : Dessins, Photographies, Autochromes, Vidéo. Paris; Lille: Somogy éditions d'art; Palais des Beaux-Arts, 2009.
  • Henshall, John. "Heritage Site." Art Review 53, (June, 2001): 59-60.
  • Issa, Rose. Iranian Photography Now. Ostfildern, Germany: Hatje Cantz, 2008.
  • ———. "Shadi Ghadirian." Art Press 17; L'Iran Devoile par ses Artistes (July, 2010): 75-77.
  • Kacem, Mehdi Belhaj. L’Irreprésentation. (French) 2003.
  • Klemm, Tanja. "6th Sharjah International Biennial: `Arts in a Changing Horizon - Globalization and Formulas of Modernization'." Kunstforum International 165 (June-July, 2003): 366-370.
  • Kravagna, Christian. "Haremsfantasien Und Neue Scheherazaden." Springerin 9, no. 2 (June, 2003): 38-41.
  • Lam, Melissa. "Letter from London." Vie Des Arts no. 215 (June, 2009): 13-13.
  • Lucie-Smith, Edward. "Paris Pales as Barcelona Brightens." Art Review 54, (June, 2003): 102-103.
  • ———. "Too Many Headless Chickens." Art Review 52, (Sept., 2000): 22-23.
  • Malik, Amna. "Veil: Veiling, Representation and Contemporary Art -the New Art Gallery, Walsall, and Tour." Portfolio Magazine . 37 (June, 2003): 58-61.
  • Mascheroni, Loredana. Identità Negate / Denied Identities. 2010.
  • Maulmin, Valérie de. "Les Artistes Arabes En Pleine Ascension." Connaissance Des Arts no. 659 (April, 2008): 144-145.
  • McEvilley, Thomas and Nikolaj Københavns Kommunes Udstillingsbygning (Copenhagen). Ekbátana?. Copenhagen: Nikolaj Contemporary Art Center, 2000.
  • Merali, Shaheen, Galerie Hilger (Wien), and Brotkunsthalle (Wien). The Promise of Loss : A Contemporary Index of Iran. Vienna, Austria: ÖIP/EIKON, 2009.
  • Moisdon, Stéphanie. "Provocateur, Spéculateur Ou Visionnaire?" Beaux Arts Magazine 317 (November, 2010): 120-125.
  • Nouri, Miriam, "In Violence Aesthetics & Politics in Iran." MA thesis, California Institute of the Arts, 2011.
  • Nungesser, Michael. "Entfernte Nähe: Neue Positionen Iranischer Künstler." Kunstforum International 170 (May-June, 2004): 257-260.
  • Pellinghelli di Monticello, Giovanni. "Donna Iraniana Ovunque in Esilio." Giornale Dell'Arte 28, no. 297 (April, 2010): 30-30.
  • Piedad Solans. "Irán, Lejos De Lo Banal." Lapiz 24, 216 (Oct., 2005): 68-71.
  • Porter, Venetia, Isabelle Caussé, and British Museum. Word into Art : Artists of the Modern Middle East. London: British Museum Press, 2006.
  • Rouhani, Omid. "Women Artists: The Big Issues." Art Press no. 17; L'Iran Devoile par ses Artistes (July, 2010): 48-54.
  • Saatchi Gallery. Unveiled : New Art from the Middle East. London: Booth-Clibborn Editions, 2009.
  • Sausset, Damien. "Charles Saatchi, Le (dé)Faiseur De Stars." Connaissance Des Arts 687 (November, 2010): 74-77.
  • Schrama, Ilse. "Iraanse Sluipwegen." Foto 57 (2002): 34-39.
  • Severi, Hamid, Mandana Mapar, and Gold Coast City Art Gallery. Ey! Iran : Contemporary Iranian Photography. Surfers Paradise, Qld: Gold Coast City Art Gallery, 2006.
  • Sloman, Paul. Contemporary Art in the Middle East. London: Black Dog, 2009.
  • Tavakoli, Shahriar. "Iranian Photography: Snapshots Over the Years." Art Press . 17; L'Iran Devoile par ses Artistes (July, 2010): 86-95. Third Line (Gallery). Beyond Black : An Exhibition of Photography by Five Iranian Artists. Al Quoz: The Third Line, 2005.
  • Thomson, Jonathan. "A Fair to Remember." Asian Art News 19, no. 3 (June, 2009): 78-83.
  • Weisbrich, Christian, Fr Welschen, and Gerd Borkelmann. Different Places, Different Stories 09. Köln: Salon, 2009.
  • Wolinski, Natacha. "Grand Angle Sur l'Iran Et Les Pays Arabes." Beaux Arts Magazine 305 (November, 2009): 160-165.
  • ———. "Regards Persans." Beaux Arts Magazine 297 (March, 2009): 86-91.



  • Mona Hatoum (since 2006)

  • Kompass. Zeichnungen Aus Dem Museum of Modern Art. Ostfildern: Hatje/Cantz, 2011.
  • Lebanese Artists : Michel Elefteriades, Sami Makarem, Mona Hatoum, Jalal Toufic, Chaouki Chamoun,
  • List of Lebanese Artists. Memphis: Book LLC, 2010. Palestinian Peoples : Nabil Shaath, Abdel-Razak Al-Yehiyeh, George Bisharat, Farouk Shami, Afif Safieh, Juliano Mer-Khamis, Nadia Hijab, Morad Fareed, Omar Jarun, Abu Obeida, Faisal Husseini, Ali Abunimah, Kawther Salam, Mona Hatoum, Naseer Aruri, Fadwa Touqan, Nasser Al-Shaer, Mahmoud Tawalbe, Roberto Kettlun. Memphis, TN: Books LLC, 2010. Wanås 2008 : Förlust. Wanås (Exhibition) (2008). [loss]. Knislinge, Sweden: Wanås Foundation, 2008.
  • Witness to Her Art Art and Writings by Adrian Piper, Mona Hatoum, Cady Noland, Jenny Holzer, Kara Walker, Daniela Rossell and Eau De Cologne. England: Bard College, 2006.
  • Adolphs, Volker, Philip Norten. Gehen, Bleiben : Bewegung, Körper, Ort in Der Kunst Der Gegenwart [Going, staying : movement, body, space in contemporary art]. Bonn : Kunstmuseum Bonn ; Ostfildern; New York: Hatje Cantz; Distribution partner, D.A.P., Distributed Art Publishers, 2007.
  • Alphant, Marianne, Nathalie Léger,. Objet Beckett : Ouvrage Réalisé à l'Occasion De l'Exposition Samuel Beckett Présentée Au Centre Pompidou. Paris: Centre Pompidou : and Institut Mémoires de l'édition Contemporaine, 2007.
  • Amirsadeghi, Hossein, Salwa Mikdadi, and Nada M. Shabout. New Vision : Arab Contemporary Art in the 21st Century. London: Thames & Hudson, 2009.
  • Anastas, Rhea and Michael Brenson. Witness to Her Art : Art and Writings by Adrian Piper, Mona Hatoum, Cady Noland, Jenny Holzer, Kara Walker, Daniela Rossell and Eau De Cologne.
  • Annandale-on-Hudson, N.Y: Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, 2006.
  • Ankori, Gannit. Palestinian Art. London: Reaktion, 2006. Antoni, Janine and Mona Hatoum. Mona Hatoum. Amman: Darat al Funun - The Khalid Shoman Foundation, 2008.
  • Archer, Michael, Marjorie Allthorpe-Guyton, Roger Malbert, Hayward Gallery, and Arts Council Collection. How to Improve the World : 60 Years of British Art : Arts Council Collection. London: Hayward Gallery, 2006.
  • Archer, Michael, Guy Brett, M. Catherine de Zegher et al. Mona Hatoum. London ; New York: Phaidon Press, 2010.
  • Auckland Art Gallery and N. Z. ). Artspace (Auckland. Turbulence : 3rd Auckland Triennial 2007.
  • Auckland Triennial ; (3rd :; 2007 :; Auckland, N.Z.). Auckland, N.Z: Auckland Art Gallery, 2007.
  • Aydemir, Murat and Alex Rotas. Migratory Settings.. Amsterdam ; New York: Rodopi, 2008.
  • Bailer, Juli Cho. Mining Glass. Tacoma, WA: Museum of Glass, 2007.
  • Bell, Kirsty. Mona Hatoum : Unhomely. Berlin: Galerie Max Hetzler : Holzwarth Publications, 2008.
  • Berengo, Adriano. Glasstress. Biennale Di Venezia ; (53rd :; 2009). Milano ; New York: Charta, 2009.
  • Bertola, Chiara, Hrsg, and Mona Hatoum. Mona Hatoum, Interior Landscape. Milano Charta: 2009.
  • Biddle-Perry, Geraldine and Sarah Cheang. Hair : Styling, Culture and Fashion. English ed. Oxford ; New York: Berg, 2008.
  • Bijl, Marc, Antonia Donzé-van Saanen, and Kunsthalle Palazzo (Liestal). Everything is Wrong!. Liestal: Kunsthalle Palazzo, 2006.
  • Birnbaum, Daniel, Donna De Salvo, E. H. Gombrich, et al. Pressplay : Contemporary Artists in Conversation. London ; New York: Phaidon, 2006.
  • Bonora, Lola G. Mona Hatoum : Undercurrents. Ferrara: Gallerie d'arte moderna contemporanea, 2008.
  • Boullata, Kamal, John Berger, and Pref. Palestinian Art 1850-2005. 1st ed. London ; Berkeley, Calif: Saqi, 2009.
  • Bühler, Kathleen and Kunstmuseum Bern. Ego Documents : Das Autobiographische in Der Gegenwartskunst [The autobiographical in contemporary art].Heidelberg: Kehrer, 2008.
  • Chambers, Kristin. Cavities : Space Personified. Fullerton, Calif: California State University, Fullerton, 2006.
  • Chinnery, Colin, Michael Bracewell, Pi Li, et al. Aftershock : Contemporary British Art, 1990-2006. London: British Council, 2006.
  • Christie, Manson &. Woods. Post-War & Contemporary Art : Afternoon Session. London: Christie's, 2008.
  • Daftari, Fereshteh. Without Boundary : Seventeen Ways of Looking. New York, N.Y: Museum of Modern Art, 2006.
  • Eigner, Saeb and Isabelle Caussé. L'Art Du Moyen-Orient : L'Art Moderne Et Contemporain Du Monde Arabe Et De l'Iran. Paris: Ed. du Toucan, 2010.
  • Finger, Brad and Christiane Weidemann. 50 Contemporary Artists You Should Know. Munich ; New York: Prestel, 2011.
  • Furlong, William and Mel Gooding. Speaking of Art : Four Decades of Art in Conversation. London ; New York: Phaidon, 2010.
  • Gisbourne, Mark, Jim Rakete, and Ulf Meyer zu Küingdorf. Berlin Art Now. New York: Abrams, 2006.
  • Gisbourne, Mark and Schloss Gross Leuthen (Gross Leuthen). Drei Farben : Blau [Three colours : blue]. Frankfurt: XIII. Rohkunstbau, 2006.
  • Goetz, Ingvild, Rainald Schumacher, and Sammlung Goetz. Mona Hatoum. Munich: Sammlung Goetz, 2011.
  • Grayson, Richard. This Will Not Happen without You : From the Collective Archive of the Basement Group, Projects UK and Locus+, 1977-2007. Sunderland: University of Sunderland Press, 2006.
  • Grenier, Catherine. Mona Hatoum. Vancouver, B.C; Brighton : Roundhouse distributor], Projected Date: Rennie Collection; 201108, 2011.
  • Hapkemeyer, Andreas. Magic Line. Milano ; New York: Charta, 2007.
  • Hatoum, Mona. Mona Hatoum. Milano: Charta, 2009.
  • Hatoum, Mona and Kirsty Bell. Mona Hatoum : Unhomely. Berlin: Galerie Max Hetzler : Holzwarth, 2008.
  • Hatoum, Mona and Chiara Bertola. Mona Hatoum : Interior Landscape. Milano: Charta, 2009.
  • Hatoum, Mona, Ingvild Goetz, Leo Lencsés et al. Mona Hatoum. Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz, 2011.
  • Hatoum, Mona, Catherine Grenier, and Rennie Collection at Wing Sang. Mona Hatoum. Vancouver, BC: Rennie Collection, 2010.
  • Hatoum, Mona and Chus Martínez. Le Grand Monde : Mona Hatoum. Santander: Fundación Marcelino Botín, 2010.
  • Hatoum, Mona. Mona Hatoum. London: Jay Jopling/White Cube (London), 2006.
  • Hervol, Anke and Mona Hatoum. Mona Hatoum.. Berlin Akademie der Künste: 2010.
  • Holzwarth, Hans Werner. Art Now. Vol. 3, A Cutting-Edge Selection of Today's Most Exciting Artists. Köln ; London: Taschen, 2008.
  • Husslein-Arco, Agnes and Sabine B. Vogel. Die Macht Des Ornaments. Wien: Belvedere, 2009.
  • Jones, Amelia. Self/image : Technology, Representation, and the Contemporary Subject. London ; New York: Routledge, 2006.
  • Kiefer, Carol Solomon, Janet Yoon, Fariba Alam, et al.. Mapping Identity. Haverford, PA: Haverford College, 2010.
  • Laïdi-Hanieh, Adila. Palestine : Rien Ne Nous Manque Ici. Bruxelles, Belgique: Revue de l'Université de Bruxelles, 2008.
  • Loock, Ulrich. The 80s: A Topology. Porto: Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Serralves, 2006.
  • Louw, Paula, Candice Breitz, and Mona Hatoum. Language as Visual and Conceptual Tool in Selected Video Installations of Candice Breitz and Mona Hatoum. 2007.
  • Martinez, Roza. Venedik - Istanbul : 51. Uluslararasi Venedik Bienali'Nden Bir Seçki. Biennale Di Venezia. Istanbul: Istanbul Modern, 2006.
  • Mathur, Saloni. The Migrant's Time: Rethinking Art History and Diaspora. Williamstown, Mass; New Haven Conn.: Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute; Distributed by Yale University Press, 2011.
  • May, Susan and White Cube (Gallery). Kupferstichkabinett : Between Thought and Action. London: White Cube, 2010.
  • McFadden, David Revere and Holly Hotchner. Slash : Paper Under the Knife. Milan; New York: 5 Continents; Harry N. Abrams [distributor, 2009.
  • Merewether, Charles, Art Gallery of New South Wales, and Museum of Contemporary Art (Sydney, N.S.W.). Zones of Contact : 2006 Biennale of Sydney. Sydney, N.S.W.). Woolloomooloo, N.S.W: Biennale of Sydney, 2006.
  • Michaud, Philippe-Alain. Le Mouvement Des Images [The movement of images]. Paris: Centre Pompidou, 2006.
  • Mouakhar, Nizar. “Le ‘Faire-Oeuvre’: Poïésis De l'Altération, Du Grattage Et Du Barbouillage Dans La Peinture [Work-in-the-making : poïsis of deterioration, scraping and smearing in painting.], Thesis, Université de Provence, 2007.
  • Moyal, Michal. Outside LookingIin: Works about Home by Michal Rowner and Mona Hatoum. 2007.
  • New Art Gallery Walsall, University College of Wales (Aberystwyth, Wales), Arts Centre, and PM Gallery & House. Pot Luck : Bobby Baker, Han Bing, Helen Chadwick, Gayle Chong Kwan, Anya Gallaccio, Antony Gormley, Subodh Gupta, Mona Hatoum, Aaron Head, Lia Anna Hennig, Damien Hirst, Anthony Key, Lucy + Jorge Orta, Rainer Prohaska, Manuel Saiz, Jana Sterbak, Karen Tam. London: Art Circuit Touring Exhibitions, 2009.
  • NRW-Forum Kultur und Wirtschaft Düsseldorf. Video II : Allegorie 17.09.05-15.01.06. Dusseldorf NRW- Forum Kultur und Wirtschaft: 2006.
  • Ohlin, Alix, Lafayette College (Easton, and Faculty. [Articles, Book Reviews, etc. : 2004-2006] 2004- 2006.
  • Panetta, Jane. Beyond Exile : The Introduction of the Uncanny and the Evolution of the Work of Mona Hatoum. 2010.
  • Prinz, Ursula. Neue Heima : Berlin Contemporary. Bielefeld: Kerber, 2007.
  • Rattemeyer, Christian, Martin-Gropius-Bau (Berlin), and Judith Rothschild Foundation. Kompass:
  • Zeichnungen Aus Dem Museum of Modern Art, New York: The Judith Rothschild Foundation
  • Contemporary Drawings Collection. Ostfildern-Ruit: Hatje Cantz, 2011.
  • Renton, Andrew and Jay Jopling. Mona Hatoum. London: White Cube, 2006.
  • Roman, Mathilde. Art Vidéo Et Mise En Scène De Soi: Essai. Paris: L'Harmattan, 2008.
  • Rosen, Rhoda and Susan F. Rosen. Imaginary Coordinates. Chicago, ILL: Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies, 2008.
  • Rugoff, Ralph. The New Décor. London; New York, N.Y: Hayward; Distributed in North America by D.A.P. / Distributed Art Publishers, 2010.
  • Schjeldahl, Peter. Let's See : Writings on Art from the New Yorker. New York, N.Y: Thames & Hudson, 2008.
  • Sloman, Paul. Contemporary Art in the Middle East. London: Black Dog, 2009.
  • Sugimura, Hiroya and Tochigi Kenritsu Bijutsukan. Twelve Travels : British Art in Sensibility and Experience [Juni no tabi : kansei to keiken no Igirisu bijutsu]. Japan: Twelve travels : British art in sensibility and experience committee, 2008.
  • Tembeck, Tamar. Transgressive Corporealities a Feminist Analysis of Representations of the Body in Works by Kiki Smith, Mona Hatoum, and Marie Chouinard. Mémoire De Maîtrise En Études Des Arts / Université Du Québec à Montréal; M7238; Montréal Université du Québec à Montréal: 2002.
  • Tiradentes, Vanessa Ribeiro. Echoes of a Distant East : Ressonances of Oral Tradition in the Works of Two Arab-Brazilian Authors. 2006.
  • van Assche, Christine. Vidéo Vintage : 1963-1983. Une Sélection De Vidéos Fondatrices Des Collections Nouveaux Médias Du Musée National d'Art Moderne Centre Pompidou. Paris: Centre Pompidou Editions, 2012.
  • Wachtmeister, Marika and Elna Svenle. Wanås 2008 : Förlust. Knislinge: Wanås foundation, 2006.
  • Walwin, Jeni and Henry Krokatsis. You'll Never Know : Drawing and Random Interference. London: Hayward Gallery, 2006.
  • Watteau, Diane, Yann Beauvais, and Carré d'art/Musée d'art contemporain de Nîmes. Vivre l'Intime. Paris: Thalia, 2010.
  • Weidemann, Christiane, Petra Larass, and Melanie Klier. 50 Women Artists You Should Know. Munich ; London ; New York: Prestel, 2008.
  • Wu, Haien, Guangdong mei shu guan, Shou du bo wu guan (Beijing, China), Zhong yang mei shu xue yuan (China), Great Britain, Embassy (China), Culture and Education Section, and British Council.
  • Yu Zhen : Yingguo Dang Dai Yi Shu Zhan 1990-2006 [Aftershock : contemporary British art, 1990- 2006]. Di 1 ban ed. Changsha Shi: Hunan mei shi chu ban she, 2007.

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    Hayv Kahraman

    http://hayvkahraman.com/

  • Ailyn, Agonia. “Hayv Kahraman Exhibition.” Qatar Tribune http://www.qatar-tribune.com (May 2009).
  • El Baroni, Bassa. Life Drawing: Approaches to Figurative Practices by Neda Hadizadeh, Ghadah Al Kandari, Hayv Kahraman and Lamya Gargash. Al Quoz: The Third Line Gallery, 2007.
  • Gavin, Francesca.100 New Artists. London: Laurence King, 2011. “Hayv Kahraman,” Sleek (winter, 2009 ).
  • Honigman, Ana Finel.“Interview with Hayv Kahraman.”ARTslant (2009).
  • “Iraqi Artist to Exhibit Works on Women, The Peninsula.” http://www.thepeninsulaqatar.com .
  • Mohsini, Yasmine. “Inner Travels” Canvas Magazine (November, 2009).
  • Moon, Timur. “Cruelty in the Pursuit of Beauty.” The National (November 3, 2010 ).
  • Paynter, November. “Interview with Hayv Kahraman.” RES no.4 (September 2009).
  • Saatchi Gallery. Unveiled : New Art from the Middle East. London: Booth-Clibborn Editions, 2009.
  • Shabout, Nada. New Vision: Arab Art and the Twenty-First Century. London: Transglobe Publishing Ltd, 2009.
  • The Third Line, and Ayyam Gallery. "Pins and needles/Model Poise." NY Arts 16, no. 1 (January 2011): 88-90. Vali, Murtaza. "Islamic Inspiration." V&A Magazine no. 25 (June, 2011): 46-53.
  • Wallace-Thompson, Anna. “Smile You’re in Sharjah.” Canvas (May 2009):57 – 62.



  • Efrat Kedem

    http://www.efratkedem.com/

  • “A Collection of Films.” Classes of 2006/07. 1 videodisc : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. Directed by Hagar Ben Asher, Pathways, Genady Kuchuk, et al. Israel: Minshar for Art School and Center, 2007. Va`adat Peniyot Ha-Tsibur. 1 videodisc (DVD PAL) (162 min.) : col. ; 4 3/4 in. Directed by Ilan Gilon, Mosheh Matalon, Efrat Gafni, et al. 2010.
  • Gideon Ofrat and Daria Kassovsky. Ha-Nimrodim Ha-Hadashim. Yerushalayim: Bet ha- omanim, 2011.


  • Sigalit Landau (Selected Bibliography Since 2006) http://www.sigalitlandau.com/ " Adolphs, Volker, Philip Norten, and Städtisches Kunstmuseum Bonn. Gehen, Bleiben : Bewegung, Körper, Ort in Der Kunst Der Gegenwart [Going, staying : movement, body, space in contemporary art]. Bonn : Kunstmuseum Bonn ; Ostfildern; New York: Hatje Cantz; Distribution partner, D.A.P., Distributed Art Publishers, 2007. Artis (Organization). Artis. New York: artis, 2008.
  • Bailey, Stephanie. "The Politics of Sustenance." Aesthetica 42 (September, 2011): 30-35.
  • Bouruet-Aubertot, Véronique. "Les Dix Artistes Israéliens à Connaître." Connaissance Des Arts. 678 (January, 2010): 80-89. .
  • Bousteau, Fabrice, Emmanuelle Lequeux, and Natacha Nataf. "54e Biennale De Venise. Le Meilleur Et Le Pire." Beaux Arts Magazine 325 (July, 2011): 112-119. .
  • Broersen, Persijn, Uwe-Jens Gellner, and Annegret Laabs. Everyday Ideologies. Nürnberg; Manchester : Cornerhouse distributor], Projected Date: Verlag für moderne Kunst Nürnberg; 201008, 2010.
  • Bürgi, Brigitt and Peter Fischer. Signs of Life: Ancient Knowledge in Contemporary Art [Lebenszeichen : altes Wissen in der zeitgenössischen Kunst]. Heidelberg; London: Kehrer; Turnaround [distributor, 2011.
  • Coetzee, Mark and Luisa Lagos. Memorials of Identity : New Media from the Rubell Family Collection : William Kentridge, Sigalit Landau, Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba, ... Miami, FL: Rubell Family Collection, 2006.
  • Diez, Renato. "Scelti Per Voi," Arte 454 (June, 2011): 100-107. .
  • Fischer, Peter, Brigitt Bürgi, Katja Lenz et al. Lebenszeichen : Altes Wissen in Der Zeitgenössischen Kunst. Lucerne; Heidelberg: Kunstmuseum Luzern; Kehrer, 2010.
  • Fogh, Annemette. "Illuminating the World of Photographic and Video Art." Katalog 23, no. 3 (2011): 46-51. Gether, Christian. Mad Love : Ung Kunst i Danske Privatsamlinger. Ishøj: Arken Museum for Moderne Kunst, 2007.
  • Goldfine, Gil. "The History of Violence," Asian Art News 19, no. 2 (April, 2009): 54-59.
  • Goya, Francisco, Jürgen Kaumkötter, Peter Theissen et al. Francisco De Goya : Visionen Von Schrecken Und Hoffnung : Franciso De Goya Und Maja Bajevic, Jacques Callot, Conrad Felixmüller,
  • George Grosz, Willibald Krain, Sigalit Landau, Otto Pankok, Daniel Pesta, Wilhelm Schnarrenberger, Horst Strempel, Eugenio Lucas y Velazquez, Tina Winkhaus, Yongbo Zhao. Merzig: Gollenstein, 2010.
  • Heartney, Eleanor. "Worldwide Women," Art in America 6 (July, 2007): 154-165.
  • Horn, Gabriele and Ruth Ronen. Sigalit Landau. Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz Verlag, 2008.
  • Hübl, Michael. "Viele Tote Und Ein Kleiner Tod." Kunstforum International 210 (September, 2011): 28-43.
  • Jones, Simone and QUT Cultural Precinct. Figuratively Speaking : The Figure in Contemporary Video Art. Brisbane: QUT Creative Industries Precinct, 2007.
  • Kirkpatrick, Gail B., Susanne Düchting and Julia Wirxel. Krieg/Individuum. Berlin: Revolver, 2010.
  • Kistler, Ashley and Dinah Ryan. The Nameless Hour: Places of Reverie, Paths of Reflection. Richmond, VA: Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonweath University School of the Arts, 2010.
  • Kleebatt, Norman L. "Israel's Traumas and Dreams." Art in America (May, 2006): 106- 115.
  • Landau, Sigalit, Jean de Loisy, Ilan Wizgan, et al. Sigalit Landau : One Man's Floor is Another Man's Feelings. Biennale Di Venezia ; (54th :; 2011),. Paris; Dijon: Kamel Mennour; Les presses du réel, 2011.
  • Landau, Sigalit, Gabriele Horn, and Tali Tamir. Sigalit Landau. Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz, 2008. .
  • Lavi, Tali. “Tales of Ash: Phantom Bodies as Testimony in Artistic Representations of Terrorism." MA thesis. RMIT University. 2007.
  • Lequeux, Emmanuelle. "Israël. L'Art Sans Frontières." Beaux Arts Magazine 293 (November, 2008): 110-117.
  • Levine, Angela. "Surviving in a Hostile Environment: Sigalit Landau." Sculpture 28, no. 1 (February, 2009): 30-35. Masters, H. G. "Sugar-Rich Cannibalism." ART AsiaPacific 69 (August, 2010): 88-95.
  • Mendelsohn, Amitai and Muzeon Yisrael (Jerusalem). Real Time: Art in Israel, 1998- 2008. Jerusalem: Israel Museum, 2008.
  • Moss, Karen, "Mediating Sand and Sea: Video Landscapes by Israeli Women Artists." M.A. thesis. University of Southern California, 2010.
  • Museo de Arte Contemporánea de Vigo. Del Revés : Artistas Contemporáneous De Israel [Inside out : contemporary artists from Israel]. Vigo, Spain: Museo de Arte Contemporánea de Vigo, 2006. .Rossi, Mariella. "Una Plaza internacional/An International Plaza." Lapiz 30, no. 267 (August, 2011): 28-41.
  • Sausset, Damien, Jérôme Cotinet-Alphaize, and Dominique Polad-Hardouin. "Vers Un Nouvel Expressionnisme?" Connaissance Des Arts 696 (September, 2011): 52- 57.
  • Schmidt, Sabine Maria and Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum Duisburg. Designing Truth : Daniele Buetti, Jimmie Durham, Jochen Gerz, Knowbotic Research. Freiburg im Breisgau: Modo, 2006. van Assche, Christine, Mark Nash, Chantal Pontbriand, et al. Une Vision Du Monde : La Collection Vidéo d'Isabelle Et Jean-Conrad Lemaître. Lyon; Paris: Fage éditions; La maison rouge, 2006. Wei, Lilly. “Israel Report: The Homeland within." Art in America 98, no. 3 (March, 2010): 71-77.
  • Zaya, Octavio and Museo de Arte Contemporánea de Vigo. Del Revés : Artistas Contemporáneos De Israel [Inside-out]. Vigo-Pontevedra: Marco, 2006.



  • Shirin Neshat (Selected Bibliography Since 2006)

    http://www.gladstonegallery.com/neshat.asp

  • Adams, Laurie. Art Across Time. 4th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2011.
  • Amirsadeghi, Hossein, Hamid Keshmirshekan, Mark Irving et al. Different Same[Upsidedown and Backwards Letterers : New Perspectives in Contemporary Iranian Art. London: Thames & Hudson, 2009.
  • Arakistain, Xabier and Silvia García Lusa. Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang : Arte Eta Feminismoaren 45 Urte = 45 Años De Arte y Feminismo [45 years of art and feminism]. Bilbao: Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao, 2007.
  • ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum. Shirin Neshat : Women without Men. Århus: ARoS, 2008.
  • Azam Zanganeh, Lila. My Sister, Guard Your Veil ; My Brother, Guard Your Eyes : Uncensored Iranian Voices. Boston, MA: Beacon Press, 2006.
  • Beatrice, Luca and Castello di Vigevano. La Donna Oggetto : Miti e Metamorfosi Al Femminile 1900-2005. Torino ; New York: U. Allemandi, 2006.
  • Cao, Marián. Shirin Neshat: Transformar El Deseo En El Cuerpo. Posibilidades De Ser a Través Del Arte. Madrid: Eneida, 2009.
  • Centro Wifredo Lam and Consejo Nacional de las Artes Plásticas (Cuba). Novena Bienal De La Habana, 2006 : Dinámicas De La Cultura Urbana. Bienal De La Habana (9th : 2006 : Havana, Cuba). La Habana: Centro de Arte Contemporáneo Wilfredo Lam : Consejo Nacional de las Artes Plásticas, 2006.
  • Connolly, Maeve. The Place of Artist's Cinema: Space, Site and Screen. Bristol ; Chicago: Intellect, 2009.
  • Daftari, Fereshteh. Without Boundary : Seventeen Ways of Looking. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 2006.
  • Danto, Arthur Coleman. Shirin Neshat. New York: Rizzoli, 2010. de Weck Ardalan, Ziba, Hrsg, Eva Illouz, et al. I Know Something about Love [on the Occasion of the Exhibition: I Know Something about Love: Shirin Neshat, Christodoulos Panayiotou, Yinka Shonibare, MBE, and Yang Fudong. Köln König: 2011.
  • Eleanor Heartney, Nancy Princenthal, Helaine Posner et al. After the Revolution : Women Who Transformed Contemporary Art. München u.a.: Prestel, 2007.
  • Ferydoni, Pegah, Darst, Martin, Gschlacht, Kamera, et. al.Women without Men. EuroVideo. Berlin: NFP, 2011.
  • Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Films Media Group and German United Distributors. Expressing the Inexpressible Shirin Neshat. Films Media Group, Finger, Brad and Christiane Weidemann. 50 Contemporary Artists You should Know. Munich ; New York: Prestel, 2011.
  • Finkelpearl, Tom, Valérie Smith, Jennifer Liese, et. al. Generation 1.5. New York: Queens Museum of Art, 2009.
  • Furlong, William and Mel Gooding. Speaking of Art: Four Decades of Art in Conversation. London ; New York: Phaidon, 2010. Grosenick, Uta and Ilka Becker. Women Artists in the 20th and 21st Century. Köln ; New York: Taschen, 2011.
  • Grosenick, Uta. Art Now 2, the New Directory to 81 International Contemporary Artists = Der Neue Wegweiser Zu 81 Internationalen Zeitgenössischen Künstlern [le nouveau panorama de l'art contemporain à travers 81 artistes internationaux]. Hong Kong ; Los Angeles: Taschen, 2008.
  • Halasa, Malu and Maziar Bahari. Transit Tehran : Young Iran and its Inspirations. 1st ed. Reading, U.K: Garnet Pub, 2009. .
  • Hapkemeyer, Andreas and Museion (Bolzano, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy). Magic Line. Milano ; New York: Charta, 2007.
  • Husslein-Arco, Agnes and Sabine B. Vogel. Die Macht Des Ornaments. Wien: Belvedere, 2009. .
  • Issa, Rose. Iranian Photography Now. Ostfildern, Germany: Hatje Cantz, 2008.
  • Jeffery, Celina and Gregory Minissale. Global and Local Art Histories. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Pub, 2007.
  • Jung, Jörg, Ralf Raimo Jung, Jörg Jung, et. al. Shirin Neshat: Der Frau Eine Stimme Film Und Gespräch Zu Iranischer Kunst Im Exil Und in Teheran. Sternstunde Kunst. s.n., 2008.
  • Madoff, Steven Henry. Art Schoo : (Propositions for the 21st Century). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2009.
  • Martin, Sylvia and Uta Grosenick. Video Art. Köln ; Los Angeles: Taschen, 2006.
  • Martínez, Noemí and Marián Cao. Shirin Neshat. Posibilidades De Ser a Través Del Arte : Creación y Equidad. El Arte Como Expresión. Madrid Eneida: 2009.
  • Mathur, Saloni and Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute. The Migrant's Time : Rethinking Art History and Diaspora. Clark Studies in the Visual Arts; Willamstown, MA; New Haven, CT.: Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute; Distributed by Yale University Press, 2011.
  • Meistrup, Erik. Shirin Neshat. Århus: Mediehus Århus, 2006.
  • Morin, France and John Alan Farmer. The Quiet in the Land: Luang Prabang, Laos: A Project by France Morin. New York: Quiet in the Land: Distributed by D.A.P./Distributed Art Publishers, 2009.
  • Muhassis, Ardashir, Shirin Neshat, Nikzad Nojoomi. Ardeshir Mohassess: Art and Satire in Iran. New York, N.Y; Woodbridge, Suffolk: Asia Society; Antique Collectors' Club distributor, 2008. .
  • Nabil, Youssef / Zaya, Octavio/ Amer, Ghada/ Hamama,Faten/ Neshat, Shirin. Youssef Nabil : I Won't Let You Die. Distributed Art Pub Inc: 2009; Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz, 2008. Nahidi, Katrin. Shirin Neshat Women without Men: Ein Beispiel Iranischer Exilkunst. München: 2010.
  • Neef, Sonja, José van Dijck, and F. C. J. Ketelaar. Sign here!: Handwriting in the Age of New Media. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Amsterdam University Press, 2006.
  • Neshat, Shirin and Mona Jensen. Shirin Neshat: Women Without Men. Aarhus, Denmark: ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum, 2008.
  • Neshat, Shirin, Barbara Gladstone Gallery, and Galerie Jérôme de Noirmont. Shirin Neshat : Games of Desire. Milano: Charta, 2009.
  • Neshat, Shirin, Britta Schmitz, Beatrice Stammer et al. Shirin Neshat. Berlin; Göttingen: Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof; Steidl, 2006.
  • Neshat, Shirin, Christodoulos Panayiotou, Yinka Shonibare et al. I Know Something about Love. London: Parasol Unit Foundation for Contemporary Art ; Koenig Books, 2011.
  • Neshat, Shirin, Dan Cameron, and Brigitte Schenk. Shahram Karimi: In between. Milan; Brighton : Roundhouse distributor: Charta, 2011.
  • Neshat, Shirin, France Morin, Catherine Choron-Baix et al. Games of Desire. Milano: Charta, 2009.
  • Neshat, Shirin, Pegah Ferydoni, Arita Shahrzad, and Shabnam Toloui. Women Without Men. Berlin Eurovideo, 2009.
  • Neshat, Shirin, Shahrnush Parsi’pur, Eleanor Heartney et al. Shirin Neshat: Women Without Men [Zanan bidun-i mardan]. Milano; Vew York City: Edizioni Charta srl; Charta Books Ltd, 2011.
  • Parsi’pur, Shahrnush and Faridoun Farrokh. Women without Men: A Novel of Modern Iran. New York: Feminist Press, 2011.
  • Parsi’pur, Shahrnush. Women without Men: A Novel of Modern Iran. New York; London: Turnaround distributor 2012.
  • Performance Ideas Art as Spiritual Practice. 1 videodisc (113 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. Directed by Richard Foreman, Eiko
  • Otake Yamada, Meredith Monk, Bonnie Marranca, Agnes Denes and Shirin Neshat. 2002-05-07.
  • Porter, Venetia, Isabelle Caussé, and British Museum. Word into Art: Artists of the Modern Middle East. London: British Museum Press, 2006.
  • Provisions Library. Big Picture: Provisions for the Arts of Social Change. Washington D.C: Provisions Library, 2007. Robertson, Jean and Craig McDaniel. Themes of Contemporary Art: Visual Art After 1980. 2nd ed. New York: Oxford University Press, 2010.
  • Schilling, Wilber H., Sean Scully, Shirin Neshat et al. A+B: Arthur & Barbara. Minneapolis: Indulgence Press, 2011.
  • Simdiki Zaman. Gecmis Zaman : 20 Yilda Uluslararasi Istanbul Bienali'Nden Iz Birakanlar [time present time past, highlights from 20 years of the International Istanbul Biennial]. Istanbul: Istanbul Modern, 2007.
  • Sloman, Paul. Contemporary Art in the Middle East. London: Black Dog, 2009.
  • Teerlinck, Hilde, Irene Aristizábal, Fundació Joan Miró (Barcelona) et al.You are Not Alone. Barcelona : Fundació Joan Miró ; Barcelona; Vigo: Fundació Artaids; Marco, Museo de Arte Contemporánea de Vigo, 2011.
  • Wawryniuk, Alicja. Vom Kinosaal in Die Galerie Formen Der Verwandlung Der Kinoästhetik in Die Kunstästhetik in Den Installationen Von Shirin Neshat. Hamburg: Diplomica-Verlag, 2011.
  • Weidemann, Christiane, Petra Larass, and Melanie Klier. 50 Women Artists You Should Know. Munich ; London ; New York: Prestel, 2008.
  • Weintraub, Linda. Making Contemporary Art: How Today's Artists Think and Work. London: Thames & Hudson, 2007.
  • Women without Men Ein Film Von Shirin Neshat Und Shoja Azari ; [Österreich/Deutschland/Frankreich/Schweiz 2009]. @Filmindex-Programm; 1988; Variation: @Filmindex-Programm ; 1988. Wien Filmprogramm- & Kunstverl. Odlas: 2010.
  • Women Without Men. 1 videodisc (96 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. Directed by Shirin Neshat, Pegah Ferydoni, Arita Shahrzad, et al. Artificial Eye, 2010.
  • Zaya, Octavio and Shirin Neshat. Shirin Neshat, the Last Word. Milan; Maidstone : Amalgamated Book Services distributor], Projected Date: Charta; 200602, 2006. Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz, 2008.



  • Ebru Ozsecen

    www.ebruozsecen.com/

  • Altindere, H. and S. Evren. User's Manual Contemporary Art In Turkey 1986 - 2006, Istanbul: 2007.
  • Amirsadeghi. H. Unleashed Contemporary Art from Turkey. London: Trans Globe Publishing, 2010.
  • Bafra, C. Dream and Reality/Ebru Ozsecen. Istanbul: Istanbul Modern Publications, 2011.
  • Balogh, Istvan, Sabina Baumann, Selim Birsel et al. Arguments : Istvan Balogh, Sabina Baumann, Selim Birsel, Mauricio Dias & Walter Riedweg, Ebru Özseçen, Bülent Sangar, Hale. Istanbul: Istanbul Kültür ve Sanat Vakfi, 2000.
  • Baykal, E. and F. Erdemci, (E.Erkurt, ed.), Istanbul Pedestrian Exhibitions 2: Tünel Karaköy, Istanbul: guide, 2004.
  • Block, Rene and M. Babias. The Balkans Trilogy. Kassel: catalogue, 2007.
  • Block, René and Vakfi Vehbi Koç. Starter: Vehbi Koç Vakfi Çagdas Sanat Koleksiyonun'Ndan Isler. Istanbul: Arter, 2010.
  • Block, René, Barbara Heinrich, Alexandra Bootz et al. The Song of the Earth. Kassel: Museum Fridericianum, 2000.
  • Burton, P. “Decorative and Burnt Facades The Engaging Art of Ebru Özseçen.” Radio Nederland Wereldomroep, (December 1, 2004). Candela, E. “ Paradise Revealed: Reanimation of Place.” Interface (2008).
  • Cingöz, A. “Sanatçi Berlin'e gitmis, -Ya Kısmet demiş.” Sabah (June 22, 2010).
  • Dogtas, G. “Ebru Ozsecen: Kismet.” Matt Magazine 7(October 2010):38-44.
  • “Ebru Özseçen: Skulptur und Video.” Der Tagesspigel (July 7, 2010).
  • “Ebru Özseçen in Tanas Galerie.” Art in Berlin (June18, 2010).
  • Ekici, Nezaket, Özlem Günyol, Barbara Heinrich. Türkisch Delight : Nezaket Ekici ; Özlem Günyol Und Mustafa Kunt ; Gülsün Karamustafa : Ebru Özseçen : Anny Und Sibel Öztürk ; Iskender. Nordhorn: Der Städtischen Galerie Nordhorn, 2007.
  • Emirdag, P. At Home, wherever/Ebru Ozsecen. Istanbul: Kosova, E., Yapi Kredi Publications, 2011.
  • Erdemci, F. “Istanbul Biennial.” Arco 22 (October 2001).
  • _______. Iconografias Metropolitanas. São Paulo: São Paulo Biennial Publications, 2002
  • _______. Regrets, Reveries, Changing Skies. Istanbul: Karsi Sanat, 2001.
  • Erdemci, N. Fulya. Pismanliklar, Hayaller, Degisen Gökler [regrets, reveries, changing skies]. Istanbul: Atelye Alaturka, 2001.
  • Erkmen, A. “Artist's Favorites.” Spike Magazine (December 10, 2009).
  • Food For Thought. U-Turn Satellite Exhibition. Stege Sukkerfabrik, Møn, 2008.
  • Heinrich, B. Turkish Delight. Nordhorn: catalogue, 2008.
  • Herbert, M. Paradise Revealed: Reanimation of Place, Kent/Dover, London: catalogue, 2008
  • Hoekendijk, C. “17th World Wide Video Festival.” Amsterdam: interview, 1999.
  • Kalkreuth, C. “Turkische Kunstausstellung Kismet in Berlin: Verschmelzung der Gestalten.” Zenith Online (July 26, 2010).
  • Korgül, R. “Ebru Özseçen.” Hillsider 31 (2002).
  • Krueger, A. Passion and Wave. The 6th International Istanbul Biennial. Istanbul: catalogue, 1999.
  • Les Intérieurs du Monde. Haarlem: Zaanstad Museum Publication, 2001. Love it or Leave it. Vth Cetinje Biennial, Cetinje: catalogue, 2004.
  • Martinez, R. “Ebru Özseçen's Harem.” Flash Art (October, 2000).
  • Motzer, M., Erinnern an die NS-Opfer im Stadtraum des 21. Jahrhunderts. Neue Formen des Gedenkens in München - Remembering the NS-victims in the public space of the 21st century. New forms of commemoration in Munich. Thesis, University of Heidelberg , 2009. Nachtigäller, Roland and Martin Schick. Türkisch Delight. Nordhorn: Städtische Galerie, 2009.
  • Özseçen, E. Istanbul Pedestrian Exhibitions 1: Nişantaşi Personal Geographies, Global Maps. Istanbul: catalogue, 2002 .
  • _______. Meisterwerke der Medienkunst aus der ZKM_Sammlung, ZKM, Karlsruhe: mediagra, 2005.
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  • ———. “Ebru Özseçen.” Bilkent News, Ankara: interview, 1996.
  • ———. “Trans Express Barcelona 2001: A Classic For The Third Millenium.” Domus M (September, 2001).
  • ———. Arguments, Geneve, Istanbul: catalogue, 2000.
  • ———. Das Lied Von Der Erde. Kassel: catalogue, 2000.
  • ———. Metropolis now. Istanbul: Borusan Art Center, 2001.
  • ———. Springtime. Copenhagen: Nikolaj Art Center, 200?.
  • ———. Trans Sexual Express. Barcelona: Santa Monica Art Center, 2001.
  • ———. Unlimited nl-4. Amsterdam: De Appel Foundation, 2001.
  • “Sensüchte und Träume.” Der Tagesspiegel (July 9, 2010). Starter: Works from the Vehbi Koç Foundation Contemporary Art Collection. Istanbul: ARTER, 2010.
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  • Yayintas, A. Modern and Beyond.Istanbul: Santral Istanbul, 2007.



  • Laila Shawa

    http://www.lailashawa.com/

  • Collier, Caroline and Ghaf Art Gallery. Arab Print : Volume 1. Abu Dhabi: ADMAF, 2008.
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  • Hamanaka, Sheila. On the Wings of Peace. New York: Clarion Books, 1995.
  • Macnab, E.. " Passages Between Cultures": Exhibition Rhetoric, Cultural Transmission and Contemporaneity in Two Exhibitions of Contemporary Middle Eastern Art,” M.A. diss., Carleton University (Canada), nd..
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  • Third Line (Gallery : Dubai, United Arab Emirates). Roads were Open, Roads were Closed : 6 September-2 October 2008 : Tarek Al Ghoussein, Fouad Elkoury, Joana Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige and Laila Shawa. Dubai: Third Line, 2008.


    Shazia Sikander

    http://www.shahziasikander.com/

  • Ahmady, Leeza. “Shahzia Sikander- Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum.” Flash Art 239 (November/December, 2004).
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  • Boris, Staci. Drawing on the Figure: Works on paper of the 1990s from the Manilow Collection. Chicago: Museum of Contemporary Art, 2000.
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  • __________ Unveiling the Visible, Lives and Works of Women Artists of Pakistan. Pakistan: Actionaid, 2002.
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  • Mirza, Qudus Shahzia Sikander “(10 Internationally recognized women, Benazir Bhutto, Nahid Siddiqui, Ayesha Jalal, Abida Parveen, Asma Jehangir, Bapsi Sidhwa, Bilquis Edhi, Dr. Nafis Sadiq, Maleeha Lodhi).” The News International (March 07, 2004).
  • Mohaiemen, Naeem, “Land-Escapes, Shahzia Sikander,” The Subcontinental, 2, no.2 (2004). pg 85-90.
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    Fatimah Tuggar

  • Alonso, Rodrigo and T. J. Demos. Vitamin Ph : New Perspectives in Photography. London ; New York, NY: Phaidon, 2006.
  • Barliant, Claire. Africaine. New York: Studio Museum in Harlem, 2002.
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  • Fleetwood, Nicole R. Troubling Vision Performance, Visuality, and Blackness. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2011.
  • Fleetwood, Nicole R. “Visible Seams: Gender, Race, Technology, and the Media Art of Fatimah Tuggar.” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture & Society 30, no. 1 (September 2004): 1429-1454.
  • From the Contributors. “Recommended Viewing: Beyond the Gaze: Recent Approaches to Film, Feminisms.” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture & Society 30, no. 1 (autumn, 2004):1473-1476.
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  • Nelson, Alondra. Afrofuturism. Social Text. Durham: Duke University Press, 2002.
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  • Riley, Terence, Kynaston McShine, and Anne Umland. MoMA QNS Boxed Set. New York: Museum of Modern Art, distributed in the U.K. by Thames & Hudson, 2002.
  • Rollefson, J. Griffith. “The Robot Voodoo Power: Afrofuturism and Anti-Anti- Essentialism from Sun Ra to Kool Keith.” Black Music Research Journal 28, no.1 (Spring, 2008): 83-109. St-Laurent, Stefan, Tam-Ca Vo-Van, and Galerie SAW Gallery.International Geographic.Ottawa, ON : Galerie Saw Gallery ; Toronto: YYZ Books, 2006.
  • Thea, Carolee. “Globalization's Undertow: An Interview with Paolo Colombo in Istanbul.” Sculpture 19, no. 3 (April, 2000): 32-37.
  • “Tuggar, Fatimah”. In Simon Njami,ed. Africa Remix: Contemporary Art of a Continent. Johannesburg. South Africa: Jacana Media, 2007; Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz, 2005.
  • Tuggar, Fatimah. Kitchen Center for Video, Music, Dance, Performance, Film, and Literature (New York, N.Y.) and BintaZarah Studios. New York: Fatima Tuggar, 2000.
  • Tuggar, Fatimah. Jahresring 49 (2002): 149-154.
  • Tuggar, Fatimah. “Ohne Titel.” In Clara Himmelheber. Der Hund is Für Die Hyä. neineKolanuss: Zeitgenössische Kunst und Kultur aus Afrika. Cologne, Germany: Oktagon, 2002.
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  • Nil Yalter

    http://www.nilyalter.com/

  • Allen, Jennifer. “Nil Yalter.” Frieze Magazine. Deutch/English, 2, (2012).
  • Altug, Evrim. Seramigin etiyle, resmin tirnagi. Istanbul: 2006.
  • Atakan, Nancy. “Nil Yalter, Galerist Tepebasi.” Flash Art 141 ( 2012).
  • Bozkurt, Muammer. Istanbul, Mardin, Diyarbakir. Istanbul: Cumhuriyet, 2006.
  • Contemporary Artists. (Fifth Edition). USA: St. James Press, 2002.
  • de Mèredieu, Florence. Arts et Nouvelles Technologies. France: Editions Larousse, 2003.
  • Dumont, Fabienne. Femmes à l'œuvre. France: Edition Histoire de l'Art,. 2008.
  • Dumont, Fabienne. Nil Yalter's work on memory, migrants and workers in 1970s - 1980s. France, 2010.
  • Galeri Nev. Alev Ebüzziya & Nil Yalter. Istanbul: Galeri Nev, 2006.
  • Garaudet,Marie-Françoise. Réalisateur / Metteur en scène / Directeur artistique, Vera Molnar, Participant, Yalter, Richard Serra, and Participant. Médiatisation De l'Art Contemporain Par La Vidéo. Saint-Denis: Laboratoire VAO, UFR Arts de l'Université Paris 8 éd., 2008.
  • Gerçeklige Alternatif Bir Gerçeklik. Nil Yalter Videosu. Istanbul: Melis Tezkan. rh+ sanart ,2009.
  • Gonnard, Catherine and Elizabeth Lebovici. Femmes Artistes / artistes femmes. France: Edition Hazan, 2007.
  • Schor, Gabriele and Galleria nazionale d'arte moderna (Italy). Donna : Avanguardia Femminista Negli Anni '70 : Dalla Sammlung Verbund Di Vienna. Milano: Electa, 2010.
  • Sonmez, Aysegul. Goçmenlik dedigin, zor 'zanaat'. Istanbul: Bir Gun, 2007.
  • ———. Haksiz Tahrik : Bir Sergi Kitabi [Unjust provocation : an exhibition book]. Istanbul: Amargi, 2009.
  • Turkish Realities : Positions in Contemporary Photography and Video from Turkey ; Photographic Artists: Merih Akogul, Murat Germen, Zeki Faik Izer, Hüseyin Karakaya, Korhan Karaoysal, Ilker Maga, Yildiz Moran, Ferhat Özgür, Ahmet Polat, Pinar Yolacan ; Video Artists: Aksel Zeydan Göz, Sinasi Günes, Burcak Kaygun, Özlem Sulak, Nil Yalter. [Türkiye Gercekligi : Türkiye'den Cagdas Fotograf ve Video Sanati]. Heidelberg: Kehrer, 2008.
  • Yalter, Nil and Institut d'études françaises d'Istanbul. Nil Yalter : Su Gurbetlik Zor Zanaat Zor* 2, (1974-1992) ["C'est un dur métier que l'exil * 2, (1974-1992)]. Istanbul: Istanbul Fransiz Kültür Merkezi, 2006.
  • Yalter, Nil, Abdal Pir Sultan, 15..-1590, Ashik Nesimi Cimen, Latife Baci, Kaygusuz Abdal, Bernard Dupaigne, and Achik Nesimi Cimen. Le Chant Des Troubadours De Turquie. Anonymous 1977. Société française de productions phonographiques. 657405119 (1 disque : 33 t, stéréo compat. ; 30 cm.).
  • Yalter, Nil. Abdal Pir Sultan, 15..-1590, Ashik Nesimi Cimen, Latife Baci, Kaygusuz Abdal, Bernard Dupaigne, and Achik Nesimi Cimen. Le Chant Des Troubadours De Turquie. Anonymous 1977. Société française de productions phonographiques. 761690423 (1 disque : 33 t, stéréo compat. ; 30 cm.).
  • Yildiz, Esra and Sanat Dunyamiz. “Nil Yalter ile soylesi.” n.paradoza 26 (2011).

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