Each section in this fifth anniversary issue takes a line from a poem by Emily Dickinson (1830–1886) as its starting point. It pays homage to hundreds of artists from the past century and from all over the globe in an effort to create space for overlooked or underappreciated names in art.
This special anniversary issue of See All This is a dazzling voyage of discovery of women artists. Consider it a book, a magazine and a paper museum rolled into one. With 300 pages and seven exhibition rooms to get lost in, all paying homage to hundreds of artists of the past century and from all over the globe.
International curator and museum director Catherine de Zegher is guest curator of this special edition. During her many travels around the world and through her groundbreaking exhibitions such as Inside the Visible (1996), Catherine de Zegher has discovered and made great revolutionary artists, think of Frida Kahlo, Hilma af Klint and Louise Bourgeois. For See All This she writes about the way in which female artists have paved many paths over the years and lead the way to the future, driven by their desire for beauty, compassion and hope.
290 pages, ills colour & bw, 21 x 27 cm, paperback, Dutch/English