Sue Tate’s Pauline Boty : Pop Artist and Woman

Pauine Boty CoverWe want the HammerOn blog to be a space to highlight other independent publishing projects which focus on marginalised feminist and queer histories.

So let us tell you about Sue Tate’s Pauline Boty : Pop Artist and Woman.

Published to accompany the first major retrospective of Boty’s work curated by Sue in 2013, Pauline Boty: Pop Artist and Woman is an in-depth study of an artist who has remained largely invisible in accounts of the British pop art movement.

As well as critical reflections on Boty’s artistic career, the book includes 83 colour and 32 black and white illustrations of Boty’s work.

After the first print-run sold out, Sue has taken responsibility for re-printing and distributing the book.

You can buy a copy of the book here.

Sue also has a website, Art and Women, dedicated to both exposing the exclusion or marginalisation of women artists from culture and celebrating their achievements.