'Lip' magazine was self-published by women in Melbourne from 1976 to 1984 and stood as a lightning rod for Australian feminist artistic practice over the Women’s Liberation era. The art and ideas expressed over Lip’s lifetime track with groundbreaking moves into performance, ecology, social-engagement, and labour politics; all at an intersection with local realities. Collecting and presenting the materials of 'Lip' for the first time since their original appearance, 'The Lip Anthology', edited by Vivian Ziherl, privileges the range and dynamism of contesting feminisms that comprised the Lip project. Published by Macmillan Art Publishing(Melbourne) & Kunstverein Publishing (Amsterdam).
192 pages, 19 x 27 cm, softcover, Macmillan Art Publishing (Melbourne) & Kunstverein Publishing (Amsterdam).