Changing Spaces: art, politics, and identity in the home studios of the Suffrage Atelier

@article{Morton2012ChangingSA,
  title={Changing Spaces: art, politics, and identity in the home studios of the Suffrage Atelier},
  author={T. Morton},
  journal={Women's History Review},
  year={2012},
  volume={21},
  pages={623 - 637}
}
  • T. Morton
  • Published 2012
  • Sociology
  • Women's History Review
The Suffrage Atelier was an artists' group formed to produce propaganda for the women's suffrage campaign. Its headquarters were located in a series of artists' London homes between 1909 and 1914. This article explores how Atelier artists used these and other domestic spaces for a broad range of social, artistic, and political practices. It examines how dwellings were altered and decorated, how they were used for exhibitions and performance, as well as for propaganda production and suffrage… Expand
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