MARGARET HARRISON - CV
Lives and works in Carlisle, UK and San Francisco, USA
SELECTED SOLO AND TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS
Margaret Harrison: Accumulations, MiMA, Middlesbrough
We are Them, They are Us, Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York (with Conrad Atkinson)
2014 Beautiful Ugly Violence, SILBERKUPPE, Berlin
2013 On Reflection, Payne Shurvell, London
2012 Preoccupy, Silberkuppe, Berlin
2011 Margaret Harrison and The Girls: I am a Fantasy, Payne Shurvell, London
2010 The Bodies Are Back, Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco
2007 Return of the Sperminator, Beverley Knowles Fine Art, London
2006 Earth, Air, Sky, & Water, Wordsworth Trust, The British Centre for Romanticism Grasmere, Grasmere (cat.)
2004 Beautiful Ugly Violence, Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco, White Box, New York; The British Centre for Romanticism, Grasmere; in conjunction with the Whitworth Art Gallery and the Tate Gallery London
2003 Margaret Harrison landscapes Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester
2001 The Lure of the Local: Selected new works by Margaret Harrison Hatton Gallery, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, (cat.)
1999 Carlisle City Art Gallery and Museum, UK Tour
Woodruff Art Center, Atlanta
Refusalon Gallery, San Francisco
1998 Holden Gallery, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester
1997 Wakefield City Art Gallery, Wakefield City
1994 Ruth Bloom Gallery, Santa Monica
Margaret Harrison in Deutschland: Perfumed Politics and Cosmetic Bodies Romantic Love, Part 1-Marilyn Monroe ACC Galerie, Weimar;
Beacon Street Gallery, Chicago; Frauen Kultur, Leipzig
1993 Margaret Harrison: Selected Works Richard Nelson Gallery, University of California, Davis (cat.)
1989 Selected Retrospective, Abbott Hall Art Gallery, Kendal
Great Britain Artist in Residence, The New Museum, New York
Common Land, The New Museum, New York
1985 Anna Lenowens Gallery, Nova Scotia
1984 Work in Progress Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York
1983 Stephen Mori Gallery, Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Adelaide, Sydney, Brisbane (touring exhibition)
1980 RAPE / HOMEWORKERS/ ART WORK AND STUDIES FROM ROSA LUXEMBURG TO JANIS JOPLIN Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York
Pentonville Gallery, London
Carlisle City Art Gallery and UK Tour
1978-79 Woman's Work, London
1971 Motif Editions, London
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2016 Conceptual Art in Britain 1964-79 curated bx Andrew Wilson, Tate Britain, London
Unorthodox, Jewish Museum, New York
All Men Become Sisters, Muzeum Sztuki, Lodz
Modern History, Atkinson Museum (Southport) and Bury Museum (Manchester)
Liberties, Collyer Britow Gallery, London
OFF BROADWAY: Model Shop, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts,
/seconds, Sharjah Art Foundation, Sharjah
Changemaker Intersection for the Arts San Francisco, San Francisco
My Fiction is Real, University of Essex, Essex
EFFI B. SILBERKUPPE, Berlin
Works from the collection - TATE Britain and TATE MODERN, London
Keep Your Timber Limber, ICA, London
Der Feine Unterschied- Perspektiven von Frauen, Kunstverein Langenhagen, Langenhagen, Germany
On Reflection, Northern Art Prize, Leeds Art Gallery, Leeds
Tracing the Century, Tate Liverpool
Glam! The Performance of Style, Tate Liverpool, Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, Lentos Kunstmuseum Linz
For Dorothy Wordsworth, Wordsworth Trust, Grasmere
My Head is an Animal, South Square Gallery in conjunction with the Hepworth Yorkshire
2011 Transmitter/Receiver: the persistence of collage, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (MIMA), Middlesbrough, UK - Arts Council Touring Show.
Goodbye to London: Radical Art and Politics in the Seventies, KulturForum, Motorenhalle, Dresden
In View, Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast
Rude Britannia, Tate Britain, London
Goodbye to London; Radical Art and Politics, Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst (NGBK), Berlin
What How and for Whom/WHW, Istanbul Biennale, Istanbul
REBELLE: Art and Feminism 1969 – 2009 Museum voor Moderne Kunst Arnhem, Arnhem
The Intertwining Line – Drawing as Subversive Art Corner House, Manchester
Drawing Review: 37 Years of Works on Paper, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York
GENDER Battle and the impact of Feminism in the 70s, CGAC (Contemporary Art Centre of Galicia), Santiago de Compostela, Spain
WACK! And The Art of The Feminist Revolution, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, toured to Washington DC, Vancouver and MoMA PS1 New York
Making History: Document, Time, Memory in Art, Film and Photography, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool
Conceive, Beverley Knowles Gallery, London
Arbeit, Gallery Taxis im Palais, Innsbruck, Austria, travelled to Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork, Ireland and Ormeau Baths Gallery, Belfast (cat.)
Jack Seabury and Friends, Cumbria Institute of the Arts and Castlegate Gallery, Cumbria
Women and Work 1976, Tate Britain, London
Strike, Wolverhampton City Art Gallery, UK (cat.)
International Women’s Exhibition, The Clock Tower Gallery, Sheffield (cat.)
My Marilyn, Liljevalchs Konsthal, Stockholm, (cat.)
Millenium Gallery, Carlisle, UK,
Tullie House Museum display of Eden Bridges painting throughout the year.
‘Live in Your Head’ Experimental and Conceptual Work 1965-75, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London and Museu Do Chiado, Portugal
Artist Valentines, University of California, Davis Florence Bienale
Aytoun Gallery, Manchester The Plate Show, from the Collins Gallery, Glasgow and exhibition tour (until 2000)
Women Observing Men, organized by McDaris Exhibition Group, USA tour (until 2000)
Leeds Thirteen BA Show, England Fourth Annual Artists’ Valentines, Richard L. Nelson Gallery, University of California at Davis, CA
2X Immortal (Elvis Presley and Marilyn Monroe), Japan (continuation of exhibition in the US)
Fantasy Football, UK Tour (until 2000)
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY, Withdrawing, January 13-February 17
Old Glory New Story, Santa Monica Museum of Contemporary Art, Santa Monica, CA
New Aquisitions, Victoria &. Albert Museum, London, England. University Art Gallery
University of California, La Jolla, CA, UCSD Visual Arts Faculty Exhibition, April 7-May 20
The 2nd Annual Artists' Valentines, Richard L. Nelson Gallery, University of California at
Davis, CA, January 30-February 11
2X Immortal (Elvis Presley and Marilyn Monroe), Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA, November 2-January 8, 1995 and them to tour: Contemporary Art Museum, Houston, TX, February 4-March 26, 1995; Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC, April 15-June 30; Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH, August 2- September 23; Jacksonville Art Museum, Jacksonville, FL; Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR; Philbrook Academy, Tulsa, OK, April 13-June 3; Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, OH, June 22-August 19; Tennessee State Museum, Nashville, TN, September 7-November 3,; San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA, November 23 - January 30, 1997; Honolulu Academy of Art, Honolulu, HI, April 16-June 8, 1997
Old Glory, New Story, Capp Street, San Francisco, CA
National Museum for Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C.
6 Artists, Bridge Gallery, Central School Art Design & ACC Gallery Weimar Cultural Centre, Germany
Rosa Luxembourg and Karl Leibnecht, Pentonville Gallery, London
RAPE, curated by Barbara Kruger, Jenny Holzer and Susan Brownmiller, organized by the Ohio State University Gallery of Fine Arts and toured under the auspices of Opportunities for the Arts, Columbus, OH through 1987
The Issue of Painting, Rochdale Art Gallery & AIR Gallery, London
American tour, Group Material
Art & Politics, Queensborough College, State University of New York, New York
New Beginnings, Pentonville Gallery, London Mori Gallery, Leichardt, Australia
Revolutions Per Minute, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, travelled to Tate Gallery, 1983 Primer for Raymond Williams, PS 1, New York
War Games, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York
Award Winners Show, Greater London Arts
Typische Frau, Bonner Kunstverein, Germany
Issue, ICA, London
Feministische Kunst International, Municipal Museum, The Hague, (toured through The Netherlands)
British Artists, Artists Space, New York, NY,
Lives, Hayward Gallery, London
Arts Council Purchase Exhibition,
Both Sides Now, Artemisia Gallery, Chicago, IL
Radical Attitudes toward the Gallery, Art Net, London
Art for Society, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London; Belfast
Frauen Kunst International, Schloss Charlottenburg, Berlin
Women and Work, South London Gallery, London
Women's Liberation Exhibition, Woodstock Gallery, London
2000-12 Journeys, venues in California and United Kingdom
1995 Art Director, Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights, Animated Film
1990 Director, National Research Project, A Survey of Art Institutions, Artists Needs, and Possible
Areas of Improvement in Education, funded by the Arts Council of Great Britain and the London Institute
1985 Curator, The Other America, Royal Festival Hall, London
Curator, Ray Walker Memorial Exhibition, Royal Festival Hall, London
1980 Coordinator, international exhibition,Issue curated by Lucy Lippard ICA, London
1975 Researcher & Coordinator, A Shade of Green and Orange Edge, Arts Council of Northern
1974 Gallery Administrator, Exhibitions & Poetry Readings, Northern Arts Gallery
1972 Organizer, Art Spectrum, Greater London Arts Association
1997 Senior Research Professor, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
1996 Advisor to PhD students in Art and Environment and Fine Art, Manchester Metropolitan
University, UK (through 1998)
1995 Research Fellow Department of Fine Arts, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK (through
Visiting Professor, California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, CA Visiting Professor, University of California (through until 1997)
1994-1999 Coordinator/professor for the Summer Fine Art Institute, University of California
External Examiner University of Westminster, MA in Design and Media Arts (through 1998)
Visiting Researcher Manchester Metropolitan University
1993 Academic Coordinator, UC Davis
1991 Advisor for Polytechnic of Central London Film and Video B.A. at Harrow College
Fellow, Studio for Creative Inquiry, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh
1987 Placement Tutor, Central/St. Martin's College of Art and Design, London (constituent college
of the London Institute).
1985 External Examiner for Fine Art Textile Course, Goldsmith's College, University of London
1983 Oxford Polytechnic St. Martin's School of Art
1979 Dartington College, Devon, UK Eastham College of Technology
1978 Epsom School of Art Thames Polytechnic
1970 Newcastle College of Art
1969 Tutor, Basic Design, York Summer School
1967 Southend School of Art
1965 Manchester College of Art
1964 Norwich College of Art
2015 Talk "Women working collectively, what is your value?", ICA, London
2014 Bilbao Art Foundation, Bilbao
2012 Then and Now, Silberkuppe, Berlin
2011 Nancy Spero: A Conference, Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK, April 15.
2006 Content, Context.,Form, TATE Liverpool
2005 Wordsworth Trust, Visual Text workshop (inspired by Patti Chang talk at the Chinese Art Centre, Manchester. Venues included: Governors Conference on the Arts, CA, California Arts Council, CA, Humanities Institute, University of California Davis, CA, Royal College of Art, Slade School, University of London; Wolverhampton, Belfast, Northern Ireland; Goldsmith's College, London; Newcastle-upon-Tyne; School of Visual Arts, New York, NY; State University of NY at Purchase; Sheffield; Sydney College of the Arts, Australia; Nova Scotia College of Art; York University Toronto, C Space Toronto, Canada; Brisbane College of Art; Adelaide College of the Arts; Melbourne City College, Australia; University of NY at Rutgers; Pratt Institute, New York, NY; Queensborough College, NY; Cooper Union, NY; Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA; University of Arizona at Tucson; University of Colorado, Boulder; Bauhaus, Weimar, Germany; UC, Davis; University of Maryland, Franklin & Marshall College; California College of Arts and Crafts; University of Oldenbourg; Hoschule der Kunst Berlin; Fraeun Kunst Leipzig.
1999 Three Aspects of Landscape, University of California, Davis
1998 Presentation, On Watercolor, University of California, Davis
1990 Panelist, CAA & Special Speaker Banquet, Women's Sector CAA
1989 A Conversation with Nancy Spero and Margaret Harrison, The New Museum, New York,
1982 Lecture Tour of Australian Institutions and Universities; Adelaide, Melbourne, Canberra,
Newcastle, Sydney Opening Speaker, Women and Arts Conference, Sydney, Australia
Feminist Art Forum, Queensland University, Australia
1980 Speaker, Dartington Conference Art & Politics.
(* indicates articles pertaining solely to the artist)
2015 *A lecture presented at International Seminar ‘Feminist Perspectives in Art
Production & Theories, Bilbao of Art (2014), will be included in Publication
by Centro Cultural Alhóndiga Bilbao, Spain
Bryan-Wilson, Julia. “Miens of Production: Julia Bryan-Wilson on Women and
Work.” Artforum, May 2014.
*Harrison, Margaret. THEN AND NOW PS: JAHRESRING 61 - STERNBERG PRESS, 2014: text and images based on artist’s talk at SILBERKUPPE, Berlin
*Smith, Tara B. “Critics’ Picks: Margaret Harrison.” Artforum, October 2014.
“We Asked 20 Women ‘Is the Art World Biased?’ Here’s What They Said.” Artnet, September 16, 2014. http://news.artnet.com/people/we-asked-20-women-is-the-art-world-biased-heres-what-they-said-81162
*Bond, Chris. “Veteran artist with eyes on the Northern Art Prize.” Yorkshire Post. April 12, 2013. http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/lifestyle/the-arts/art/veteran-artist-with-eyes-on- the-northern-art-prize-1-5578876
*Higgins, Anne. “Margaret Harrison – On Reflection at PayneShurvell I Exhibition review.” The Upcoming. May 19, 2013. http://www.theupcoming.co.uk/2013/05/19/margaret- harrison-on-reflection-at-payneshurvell-exhibition-review/
*Shurvell, Joanne. “Age no barrier for artist who presented Hugh Hefner and Captain America in a whole new light.” Yahoo! News. July 8, 2013. http://uk.news.yahoo.com/age-no- barrier-for-artist-who-presented-hugh-hefner-and-captain-america-in-a-completely- different-light-164421521.html#UKUCMuH
Staff. “Northern Art Prize exhibition features new work from shortlisted artists.” Art Daily. April 3, 2013. http://www.artdaily.org/index.asp?int_sec=11&int_new=61611#.UWmLELXvum0
*Staff. “Margaret Harrison wins Northern Art Prize.” BBC News. May 24, 2013.
*Sykes, Alan. “2013 Northern Art Prize goes to Margaret Harrison.” The Guardian. May 28, http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/the-northerner/2013/may/28/art
Shurvell, Joanne. “Occupy Berlin – Best of the Biennale.” The Huffington Post, May 30, http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/joanne-shurvell/berlin-biennale-best- of_b_1550889.html
* “Margaret Harrison at Silberkuppe.” Contemporary Art Daily: A Daily Journal of International Exhibitions, July 20, 2012. http://www.contemporaryartdaily.com/2012/06/margaret-harrison-at-silberkuppe/
*Clemens Krümmel über Margaret Harrison bei Silberkuppe, Berlin Texte zur Kunst ISSUE NR. 87 / SEPTEMBER 2012 "CONFLICT", p. 192
*Barone, Laura ‘Cross-generational Dialogues: Margaret Harrison & The Girls’ Aesthetica, April 25, 2011.
*Bushell, Laura ‘Margaret Harrison and The Girls: I am A Fantasy.’ Saatchi Online Magazine, April 27, 2011.
*Chen, Kevin B. (ed.). Margaret Harrison: Works and Texts 1969-2010. San Francisco, CA: Intersection for the Arts, 2010. pp. 68.
Gelly.‘I AM A FANTASY‘ exhibition by Margaret Harrison at PayneShurvell, London. Ozon live, May 6, 2011.
*Kavanagh, John. ‘Margaret Harrison‘s new show I Am A Fantasy starts at the PayneShurvell Gallery from 15 April.’ Artists Insight, April 14, 2011.
*Lutyens, Dominic ‘Margaret Harrison: a brush with the law.’ Guardian.co.uk, April 7, 2011.
*Mathieson, Frankie. ‘Art Talks - Margaret Harrison.’ Another Magazine, April 15, 2011.
*Milliard, Coline ‘How Strong Is Feminist Art Today? A Q&A With Subversive Pinup Artist Margaret Harrison’ ARTINFO, April 22, 2011.
*Sizine, Mickaël. ‘Culture Buzz: Ce qu‘il faut voir, écouter, lire cette semaine (ou pas): Margaret Harrison, une artiste super feministe.’ Grazia Daily, April 15, 2011. pp. 28-29.
*Staff. ‘Margaret Harrison and The Girls / I am a Fantasy at Payne Shurvell Private view Thurs 14th April 2011.’ Fad website, April 13, 2011.
*Wright, Herbert. ‘Review: Margaret Harrison and The Girls I am a fantasy PayneShurvell.’ FAD website, April 18, 2011.
*Jepsen, Tara ‘Just Call Her Muscles‘ SFWeekly.com, January 29, 2010,
*McAuliffe, Garrett and Smith, Heather. ‘MISSION EYES: The Bodies Are Back.’ MissionLocal.org, February 13, 2010
*Munson, Kim. ‘Margaret Harrison‘s Bodies.’ kmunson-mac.blogspot.com, Thursday, May 20, 2010
*Nataraj, Nirmala. ‘The Bodies Are Back.’ San Francisco Chronicle, February 18-21, 2010.
*Staff. ‘Back to the Drawing Board.’ Bitch: Feminist Response to Pop Culture, no 47. (Summer 2010): 13.
*Sussman, Matt. ‘San Francisco: Margaret Harrison, Intersection for the Arts.’ Art in America
98, no. 6 (June/July): 194-95.
*Taylor, Ann. ‘The Bodies Art Back.’ SFStation.com, February 19, 2010
*Torre, Jolene. ‘Interview with Margaret Harrison.’ ArtSlant.com, March 2010
*True Latimer, Tirza. ‘Margaret Harrison at Intersection for the Arts.’ SquareCylinder.com, February 24, 2010
* Vogel, Traci. ‘Margaret Harrison‘s The Bodies Are Back‘ hits where it hurts.’ www.sfweekly.com, March 17, 2010.
‘Where‘s the Carlisle culture? It‘s all around you...’ NewsAndStar.co.uk, Friday, August 21, 2009
* Wood, Sura. ‘Pushing back against the pricks: The Bodies Are Back reconsiders the figure at Intersection for the Arts.’ Bay Area Reporter 40, no. 7, February 18, 2010.
‘Best of the Year in the Bay Area Arts World.’ Bay Area Reporter online edition, December 30, 2010.
Westen, Mirjam ed. ‘Rebelle. Art and feminism 1969-2009,’ Museum voor Moderne Kunst Arnhem, May 30 - August 23, 2009 p. 16, 63, 152, 324.
Bevan, Roger. ‘The Istanbul Biennial Looks East (Eastern Europe, that is).’ The Art Newspaper XVIII, no. 206, October 2009, pp. 40-41.
Brian, Steven ‘Beautiful Ugly Violence.’ Slashseconds.org, issue 10 (Spring 2009)
Cotter, Holland. ‘The Art of Feminism as It First Took Shape.’ The New York Times, March 8, 2007, pp. E29, E33.
Gender Battle. Santiago de Compostela, Spain: Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea, 2007, pp. 31, 60, 191.
WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution, Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, 2007, (exhibition catalogue), pp. 31, 206, 506.
Earth, Air, Sky & Water. Essays by Judith Palmer and Pamela Woof. Grasmere, UK: The Wordsworth Trust, 2006.
Jones, Amelia. A Companion to Contemporary Art Since 1945. Malden, MA, Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2006.
White, Ian. ‘Documenting Urban Life.’ Art Review X (February 2006): 42-43. 2005
Arbeit*. Innsbruck, Austria: Galerie im Taxispalais, 2005
Brian, Steven. ―Violence Isn‘t Always Ugly.’
New York Arts Magazine (May/June 2004).
Corks, Richard. A Survey of Modern Art 1970-2000. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2003.
Self Evident: The Artist as the Subject 1969-2002. Tate Britain, 2002
Walker, John A. Art and Celebrity. London, UK: Pluto Press, 2003
Walker, John A. A Left Slant. New York, NY: IB Tauris, 2002
Art and Feminism. Edited by Helena Reckitt. Survey by Peggy Phelan. New York, NY: Phaidon Press, 2001
Northern Review Unpacking: a Ten Year Survey of Work by Margaret Harrison. Essays by Lucy Lippard, Penelope Openshaw-Shackelford, Peter Suchin. Interview with Chris Scoates. Atlanta, GA: ACA Gallery
City Life, Manchester, UK
Clark, Robert. Guardian.
Cumberland News. Fantasy Football .Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery, Carlisle, UK (exhibition catalogue)
Manchester Evening News (full page article).
<Margaret Harrison><Moving Pictures>. Essays by Lippard, McClintic, Degennaro, Davis, Steyn and Reitmayer. Manchester, England: Manchester Metropolitan University, 1998
‘Marilyn, Margaret and the Prize of Fame’ Artscene Magazine.
Moving Pictures: The Work of Margaret Harrison. Manchester, UK: Manchester Metropolitan
Mapping the Terrain: New Genre Public Art. Edited by Suzanne Lacy. Seattle, WA: Bay Press.
Elvis + Marilyn: 2 X Immortal. Edited by Geri DeParli. New York, NY: Rizzoli
Margaret Harrison: Perfumed Politics and Cosmetic Bodies Romantic Love, Part 1-Marilyn Monroe. Weimar, Germany: ACC Galerie, 1994
* Degennaro, Christina and Randal Davis. "Breaking the Spell - Margaret Harrison's Art Doesn't Play Gender Politics as Usual." Artview (May 1993): 10.
* Johnson, Holly. "British artist puts a new face on feminist art." The Sacramento Bee, Sunday, May 9, 1993, p. Encore 6
Shackelford, Penelope. "Harrison brings universal themes to her art." Davis Enterprise, April 15, 1993, pp. 5-6
New Observations 82 (February 15-March 14): 41. 1989 "Art." The New Yorker, June 5.
* Hess, Elizabeth. "Mother Courage." The Village Voice, July 11
Brady, Michael. "Rape." Art Papers (March/April).
McCombie, Mel. "Artists Confront Rape with Vivid Work." Austin American Statesman, April 9.
Shannon, John. ‘Gray Exhibit to Leave Soon.’ The East Carolinian, December 2
Elwes, C. and Morreau, J. "Locating the Shows within the Feminist Debate." Women's Images of Men, Writers and Readers
Davies, Suzanne. "Private and Public: Points of Departure- the Work of Margaret Harrison." Lip, Australia
Langer, Gertrude. "Issues on Canvas." Brisbane Courier, July
* Adams, Hugh. "Anonymous is a Woman - The Work of Margaret Harrison." Art Monthly, no. 4 (January 1981).
* "Aspects." Interview with Tamara Krikorian
* Adams, Hugh. ‘Anonymous is a woman.’ Gallery (Winter): 9-12
Casedemont, Joan. Artforum, September
Duomato, Lamia. Dictionary of Women Artists. "OPZIS." Interview with Marianne Brouwer, Holland
"Lives: Rape." Interview with Geof Dunlop, London Weekend Television
Smith, Edward Lucie. "Art of the Seventies." Heresies, no. 6. "Social Strategies by Women Artists." Interview with Tamara Krikoria
Kent, Sarah. "The Time of the Month." Time Out, February
Lippard, Lucy. "Art for Society." 7 Days, Tribune. "Women's Work." Guardian, London Evening Standard, Morning Star, Spare Rib, Time Out
Jochamsim, Margarethe. "Kunstlerinnen International." Kunst Forum
"Women and Work." Tribune, Guardian, Sunday Times, Spare Rib, Time Out
‘The Bodies are Back’ presented at Manchester Metropolitan University, UK; University of 99, California, Davis; Carlisle College of Art, UK; Centre for Art and International Research, UK; The High Museum, Atlanta
British Representative at International Artists' Conference, Vancouver Paper presentation
Co-Author of Visual Arts Paper, GLC Cultural Industries Conference
Paper: Women and Arts Conference, Sydney, Australia
"Conversation with Lucy Lippard." Audio Arts
"Art and Politics," at Dartington Conference, November. Paper presentation
"Notes on Feminist Art in Britain 1970-77." Studio International 193, no. 987
2014 Paul Hamlyn Foundation visual arts award, London
2013 Northern Art Prize, Leeds
2010 Artist in Residence, Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco
2003 Millennium artists award, Northern Arts
2001 Fellow, Humanities Institute, University of California, Davis
1993 Artist-in Residence, Griffith University, Queensland Film and Drama Center, Brisbane
1982 Greater London Arts Association Award
1981 Arts Council Award, Great Britain
1977 Production Award, Northern Arts
1975 Community Arts Award, G.L.A.A.
1975 Community Arts Award, G.L.A.A.
1973 British Council Scholarship, Italy
1965 Bronze Medal in Drawing, Prizes Royal Academy Schools, London, 1962
Tate Britain, London
Tate Modern, London
Victoria & Albert Museum, London
Carlisle City Art Gallery
The British Government Art Collection, London, England
Arts Council of Great Britain, London Borough of Hammersmith
England Manchester Metropolitan University
University of California, Davis
Department of Culture Media and Sport, London
Wakefield City Art Gallery
Hepworth Art Gallery, Wakefield