|Description||'14 Radnor Terrace, SW8: A Woman's Place'|
2 copies of a publication, by Amy Tobin
In Spring 1974, a small terraced house at 14 Radnor Terrace, Lambeth, SW8, was taken over by the feminist art group S.L.A.G. (South London Art Group), and transformed into an installation art work titled 'A Woman's Place', critiquing family life. The building was also the location of the South London Women's Centre.
An exhibition took place in 2017, which was partly researched using materials in the Feminist Archive South.