Selected Readings

Full records are available at ERSTE Foundation Library. 

Exhibition catalogues

After the Wall. Art and Culture in Post-Communist Europe, ed. by Bojana Bejić, David Elliott, 2 vols., exhibition catalogue [Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Oct. 16, 1999-Jan. 16, 2000; Ludwig Museum of contemporary art, Budapest, June 15-Aug. 27, 2000] and reader, Stockholm: Moderna Museet 1999.

Kontakt… works form the Collection of Erste Bank Group, ed. by Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien, exhibition catalog [Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien, March 17-May 21, 2006], Wien: Mumok; Cologne: König 2006.

Wack! Art and the feminist Revolution, ed. by Lisa Gabrielle Mark, exhibition catalogue [The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, March 4-July 16, 2007] Cambridge, MA.; London: The MIT Press 2007.

 2000+ Arteast Collection: The Art of Eastern Europa. A selection of works for the International and National Collections of Moderna galerija Ljubljana, ed. by Zdenka Badovinac, Peter Weibel, exhibition catalogue [Orangerie Congress, Innsbruck, Nov. 14-21, 2001], Wien; Bozen: Folio 2001.

2000+ Arteast Collection: The Art of Eastern Europe in Dialogue with the West. From the 1960s to the Present. Exhibition of works for an emerging collection, ed. by Zdenka Badovinac, slo./eng., exhibition catalogue [Moderna Galerija Ljubljana, New museum premises at Metelkova – site under construction, June 24-Sept. 24, 2000], Ljubljana: Moderna Galerija 2000.

7 Sins: Ljubljana – Moscow. Arteast exhibition, ed. by Tamara Soban, curated by Zdenka Badovinac, Viktor Misiano, Igor Zabel, exhibition catalogue [Moderna galerija, Ljubljana, Dec. 20-March 13, 2005], Lubljana: Moderna Galerikja 2005.

Artist – Citizen. 49th October salon, curated by Bojana Pejić, exhibition catalogue [Belgrade, Sept. 26-Nov. 9, 2008], Belgrade 2008.

A Batalla dos Xéneros = Gender battle, ed. by Xunta de Calicia, esp./eng.,  exhibition catalogue [Centro Gaiego de arte contemporánea, Sept. 13-Dec. 9, 2007] CGAC 2007.

Beyond Belief. Contemporary art from East Central Europe, curated by Laura J. Hoptman, exhibition catalogue [Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Sept. 2-Nov. 26, 1995 and at other US-institutions] Chicago: MCA 1995.

Blut & Honig. Zukunft ist am Balkan = Blood & Honey. Future’s in the Balkans, red. By Christine Humpl et al., curated by Harald Szeemann, exhibition catalogue [Sammlung Essl – Kunst der Gegenwart, Klosterneuburg, May 16-Sep. 28, 2003], Klosterneuburg: Edition Sammlung Essl 2003.

Female Trouble. Die Kamera als Spiegel und Bühne weiblicher Inszenierungen, hrsg. V. Inka Graeve Ingelmann, Ausstellungskatalog [Pinakothek der Moderne, München, July 17-Oct. 26, 2008], Ostfildern: Hatje Cantzu 2008.

Fluxus East. Fluxus Networks in Central Eastern Europe, ed. by Künstlerhaus Bethanien, curated by Petra Stegmann, exhibition catalogue [Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Sep. 27-Nov. 4, 2007] Berlin: Künstlerhaus Bethanien 2007.

Readings in art, feminism, and gender issues

Doderer, Yvonne P.: Doing Beyond Gender. Interviews zu Positionen und Praxen in Kunst, Kultur und Medien, Münster: Monsenstein & Vannerdat 2008.

East Art Map. Contemporary Art and Eastern Europe, ed. by IRWIN, London: Afterall Books 2006.

Piotrowski, Piotr: In the Shadow of Yalta. Art and the Avant-garde in Eastern Europe, 1945-1989, London: Reaktion 2009.

Postmodernism and the Postsocialist Condition. Politicized Art under Late Socialism, ed. by Aleš Erjavec, Berkeley; Los Angeles; London: University of California Press 2003.

<Arrivals> Art from the New Europe, Suzanne Cotter, Andrew Nairne, Victoria Pomery eds., Oxford: Modern Art Oxford; Margate: Turner Contemporary 2007.

Art and social change. A critical reader, ed. by Will Bradley, Charles Esche, London: Tate; Afterall 2007.

Baigell, Renee/Baigell, Matteu: Peeling potatoes, painting pictures. Women artists in Post-Soviet Russia, Estonia, and Latvia, New Brunswick, N.J.: Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum and Rutgers UP 2001.

Die Balkan-Trilogie =The Balkans Trilogy, ed. by René Block, Marius Babias, Schreiber 2006.

Body and the East. From the 1960s. to the Present, ed. by Zdenka Badovinac, Ljubljana: Moderna Galerija, 1998.

Feminism-Art-Theory 1968-2000, ed. by Hilary Robinson, Oxford: Blackwell 2001.

Gender in Film and the Media. East-West Dialogues, ed. by Elzbieta H. Oleksy et al., Frankfurt am Main: Lang 2000.

Generations and Geographies in Visual Arts. Feminist Readings, ed. by Griselda Pollock, London: Routledge 1996.

Grosenick,  Ute: Women Artists in the 20th and 21st Centuries, Cologne, Taschen 2001.

Groys, Boris: Art Power, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press 2008.

Impossible Histories. Historical Avant-gardes, Neo-avant-gardes, and Post-avant-gardes in Yugoslavia, 1918-1991, Cambridge, Mass.; London: MIT Press 2003.

Inside the Visible. An Elliptical Traverse of the Twentieth-Century Art. In, of, and from the Feminine, ed. by M. Catherine de Zegher, Boston; Kortrijk: The Institute of Contemporary Art/The Kanaal Art Foundation 1996.

Isaak, Jo Anna: Feminism & Contemporary Art. The revolutionary power of women’s laughter, London; New York: Routledge 1996.

Jones, A.: Body Art/Performing the Subject, Minneapolis: The University of Minnesota Press 1998.

Matynia, Elżbieta: Performative Democracy, Boulder, CO: Paradigme Publishers 2009.

Parker, Rozsika: The Subversive Stitch: Embroidery and the Making of the Feminine, London: Women’s Press, 1984.

Past for the Eyes. East European Representations of Communism in Cinema and Museums after 1989, ed. by Oksana Sarkisova and Péter Apor, Budapest; New York: CEU 2008.

Primary Documents. A Sourcebook for Eastern and Central European Art since 1950s, ed. by Laura Hoptman, Tomáš Pospiszyl, New York: The Museum of Modern Art 2002.

Reckitt, Helena: Art and Feminism, London: Phaidon, 2001.

Stitziel, Judd: Fashioning Socialism. Clothing, politics and consumer culture in East Germany, Oxford; New York: Berg 2005.

Theatre and Performance in Eastern Europe. The Changing Scene, ed. by Dennis Barnett and Arthur Skelton, Lanham et al.: Scarecrow 2008.

Vampirettes, Wretches, and Amazons: Western Representations of East European Women, ed. by Valentina Glajar, Domnica Radulescu, New York: Columbia University Press 2004.

Walters, M.: The Male Nude. A New Perspective, New York: Peddington Press, 1978.

Who if not we should at least try to imagine the future of all this? 7 episodes on (ex)changing Europe, ed. by Maria Hlavajova, Jill Winder, Amsterdam: Artimo 2004.

Sociology of gender

 Gender, equality and difference during and after state Socialism, ed. by Rebecca Kay, Houndmills; New York: Palgrave Macmillian 2007.

Living gender after communism, ed. by Janet Elise Johnson, Jean C. Robinson, Bloomington; Indianapolis: Indiana University Press 2007.

Over the Wall/After the Fall. Post-communist cultures through an East-west gaze, ed. by Sibelan Forrester et al., Bloomington; Indianapolis: Indiana University Press 2004.

 Postcommunism and the body politic, ed. by Ellen E. Berry, New York; London: New York University Press 1995 (= Genders; 22)

Postsozialistische Männlichkeiten in einer globalisierten Welt, hg. v. Sylka Scholz, Weertje Willms, Berlin: LIT 2008.

A Biographical Dictionary of Women’s Movements and Feminisms. Central, Eastern, and South Eastern Europe, 19th and 20th Centuries, ed. and w/intro. By Francisca de Haan, Krassimira Daskalova, Anna Loutfi, Budapest; New York: CEU 2006.

Alles Gender? Feministische Standortbestimmungen, hrsg. V. Maria Buchmayr, Innsbruck: Lit Verl. 2008.

Buchli, Victor. An Archaeology of Socialism, Oxford; New York: Berg 2000 (= Materializing Culture)

Corrin, Chris: Magyar Women: Hungarian Women’s Lives 1960-1990s, London: Macmillan 1994

Culture, Globalization, and the World System. Contemporary Conditions for the Representation of Identity, ed. by A. D. King, Binghampton, N.Y.: Macmillan & Dept. of Art and Art History, State University 1991.

Einhorn, Barbara: Cinderella goes to Market. Citizenship, Gender and Women’s Movements in East Central Europe, London; New York: Verso 1993.

Fragments for a History of the Human Body, Part II, ed. by M. Feher, New York: Zone Books 1989.

Gal, Susan/Gail Kligman: The Politics of Gender after Socialism. A comparative-historical essay, Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press 2000.

Gender and National Identity in twentieth-century Russian culture, ed. by Helena Goscilo, Andrea Lanoux, DeKalb, Ill.: Northern Illinois University Press 2006.

Gender Relations in South Eastern Europe. Historical Perspectives on Womanhood and Manhood in 19th and 20th Century, ed. by Slobodan Naunović, Miroslav Jovanović, Berlin: LIT 2004.

Gender, state and society in Soviet and Post-Soviet Russia, ed. by Sarah Ashwin, London; New York: Routledge 2000.

Kennedy, Michael D.: Cultural formations of Postcommunism. Emancipation, transition, nation, and war, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press 2002 (= Contradictions; 15)

Reproducing Gender. Politics, publics, and everyday life after Socialism, ed. by Susan Gal, Gail Kligman, Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press 2000.

Schnepf, Sylke Viola: Women in Central and Eastern Europe. Measuring Gender Inequality Differently, Saarbrücken: Müller 2007.

True, Jacqui: Gender, Globalization, and Postsocialism. The Czech Republic after Communism, New York: Columbia UP 2003.

Weiner, Elaine: Market dreams. Gender, class, & capitalism in the Czech Republic, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press 2007.

Women in the Khrushchev Era, ed. by Melanie Ilič et al., Houndmills; New York: Palgrave 2004.

Women migrants from East to West. Gender, mobility and belonging in contemporary Europe, ed. by Luisa Passerini et al., New York; Oxford: Berghahn 2007.

Women’s Movements. Networks and Debates in post-communist Countries in the 19th and 20th Centuries, ed. Edith Saurer et al., Köln et al.: Böhlau 2006 (= L’Homme; Schriften 13: Reihe zur Feministischen Geschichtswissenschaft)

Zwangsfreiheiten. Multikulturalität und Feminismus, hrsg. v. Birgit Sauer, Sabine Strasser, 2., unveränd. Aufl., Wien: Promedia 2009.