Linda Nochlin Fanzine

14.01  –  14.12



Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?

50 years ago, in January 1971, Linda Nochlin's essay Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists? was published in ARTnews magazine.

Few art historians have been as influential, prolific and radical as Nochlin who, between 1960 and 2017, wrote seventeen books and countless articles in which she socially and historically examined, commented on and argued for equality for women in the arts. To mark the 50th anniversary of the essay, a new edition of Nochlin's historical document will be published by Thames & Hudson this month.

In 2021, KIOSK aims to contextualise Nochlin's work and that of artists and writers, activists or designers who identify as women in a series of lectures and the creation of a FANZINE.

All textual or visual contributions in the form of essays, poems, or visual art forms such as drawings, photographs etc are welcome and can be sent to the editors of KIOSK's LINDA NOCHLIN FANZINE. The contributions can be signed but also anonymous pieces or contributions under a pseudonym are welcome.

An editorial committee will select the submitted material. KIOSK's LINDA NOCHLIN FANZINE will be published by the end of 2021, in the meantime incoming contributions will be shared on KIOSK's website and social media pages.

The first deadline for submissions is 14 February 2021, thereafter a new selection will be made every 14th of the month based on the submissions.

Contributions should be sent to or by regular mail:

KIOSK, LINDA NOCHLIN FANZINE, Louis Pasteurlaan 2, 9000 Ghent.

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