Publisher: Ridinghouse
Dimensions: 28.5 x 22.5 cm, 11 1/4 x 8 7/8 in
Pages: 270
ISBN: 9781909932098
£ 35.00

Published in  2015, this monograph is the largest printed survey of Linder’s artworks to date, containing over 240 works. The artist was  closely involved in developing  the structure of the book, which includes several  physical interventions such as die-cut pages, paper stock changes,and  short sections. The publication includes an interiew by art historian Dawn Ades.


Linder is best known for her photomontages, photographs, and performances which deconstruct gendered stereotypes, libidinous desires, and transgressive acts. She has continued to construct striking, playful, and political juxtapositions with imagery surgically excised from a wide range of printed matte. A major figure in feminist art, Linder brings into focus the commodification of consumer and sexual appetites with a commentary on inherited and uncontested roles. 

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