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Journal of Middle East Women's Studies (2017) 13 (1): 143–153.
Published: 01 March 2017
.... 1930), and Keren LeCocq (b. 1949) created vaginal representations that Chicago and her students called “Cunt Positivism Art.” These works aimed to celebrate women’s bodies and to free women’s body images from male domination (Dekel 2013 , 30–37). While Snitkoff-Lotan speaks about her work in the...
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Published: 01 March 2017
Figure 4. Naʿama Snitkoff-Lotan, That Place , 2013. Silk paper, 13 cm × 14 cm. Artist’s collection Figure 4. Naʿama Snitkoff-Lotan, That Place, 2013. Silk paper, 13 cm × 14 cm. Artist’s collection More
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Figure 5. Naʿama Snitkoff-Lotan, “Openings,” 2009. Video, runtime 5:16. Artist’s collection Figure 5. Naʿama Snitkoff-Lotan, “Openings,” 2009. Video, runtime 5:16. Artist’s collection More
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Figure 2. Naʿama Snitkoff-Lotan, Costa de-hayyuta 1 , 2011. Silk paper and glue, height 450 cm, bottom circumference 150 cm. Artist’s collection Figure 2. Naʿama Snitkoff-Lotan, Costa de-hayyuta 1, 2011. Silk paper and glue, height 450 cm, bottom circumference 150 cm. Artist’s collection More
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Figure 3. Naʿama Snitkoff-Lotan, Costa de-hayyuta 2 , 2011. Hand-stitched cloth pillows, acrylin fill, 90 cm × 120 cm. Artist’s collection Figure 3. Naʿama Snitkoff-Lotan, Costa de-hayyuta 2, 2011. Hand-stitched cloth pillows, acrylin fill, 90 cm × 120 cm. Artist’s collection More
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Journal of Middle East Women's Studies (2017) 13 (1): 1–2.
Published: 01 March 2017
... consider the prospects for feminism, pluralism, nonviolence, and peace given the consolidation of masculinist power, the rhetoric of national unity, and militarism. Third Space includes essays on the vagina art of the Orthodox Jewish artist Naʿama Snitkoff-Lotan (by David Sperber) and the work of...