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English edition
Sternberg Press – History, Criticism and Theory
A significant intervention into recent debates on the place of literature and writing in the context of contemporary art. Featuring essays on the highs and lows of the conceptual turn in poetics, avant-garde literary genealogies, and monographic pieces on Paul B. Preciado, Chris Kraus, and Pierre Guyotat, among others, Brutalist Readings explores the radical histories of writing, as well as its potential now.

English edition
Sternberg Press – Monographs and artists' books
Signature Strengths reproduces in full the four books in the series “No-Frills” published in the early eighties. Inspired by the unadorned packaging of a grocery brand, the series editors designed genre fiction books with similar straightforward and experimental approaches. The volume is completed with enlightening notes on genre writing and mass-market publishing.

English edition
Sternberg Press – Fiction
Part fact, part fiction, this collaborative artist's novel is set in the curious town of Kalimpong, India, where past meets present in a multi-layered tale of espionage and the esoteric.

English edition
Errant Bodies – Critical Ear (monographs)
A publishing survey of the diagrams produced by Ricardo Basbaum in recent years. Both autonomous pieces or elements from installations, these diagrams act as interventional tools and visual poems that connect the literary and plastic spaces.

English edition
Bom Dia Boa Tarde Boa Noite
The complete issues of Szaflarski's self-produced journal devoted to textual practices.

English edition
Mousse – Mousse Publishing (books)
A mystery tale illustrated with artworks by twelve contemporary artists.

English edition
miscellaneous
A selection of notes on Cally Spooner's forthcoming novel—shaped as a map of potential starts, plots and snippets of dialogue between possible characters.

English edition
Nero
This catalogue gathers works from different periods of the artist's career, though giving particular prominence to his drawings in analog and digital form—the Pixel-Bildli and Hice for Weiss series, or his plastic mosaics. A foreword by Salvatore Lacagnina and a contribution by Arthur Fink introduce the reader to Bruhin's multifarious work, while a conversation with the artist helps unfold his eclectic strategies.

English edition
Dis Voir – Cinema – Script
The script for Joseph, the new film by Peter Greenaway, an ironic portrayal of the figure of Joseph, father of Jesus. Here, God—“the other father”—becomes, in Greenaway's words, “vulnerable to jealousy… since he has a rival on earth.”

English edition
Flash Art
Special issue featuring an original collection of 24 short literary works by visual artists and writers—in addition to the usual contents.

English edition
Diaphanes – Think Art
British novelist Tom McCarthy questions the specific obsession with time in modern and contemporary literature, examining the works of Thomas Pynchon, J. G. Ballard, Maurice Blanchot, Thomas Mann, Joseph Conrad, James Joyce, and William Faulkner. The essay is followed by a conversation with the author in which he discusses his own practice of writing.

English edition
Diaphanes – Literature
The semi-autobiographical account of the life of a young German in the 1960s, between Germany, Israel, and The United States. First translation of philosopher Reiner Schürmann's only literary work, originally published in French in 1976.

bilingual edition (English / French)
Inferno
Inferno sheds a sharp light on the news of contemporary art and scenes. In this issue: Yoko Ono, Fischli & Weiss, Trajal Harrell, Jodorowsky, Cindy Sherman, Sigmar Polke, Dance in New York, Berlin special feature, Philippe Parreno, Paul McCarthy, Ai Weiwei, Castellucci's Moses und Aron, Arty Lisbon, Lyon and Istanbul's Biennials, Winter-Spring 2016 program...

bilingual edition (English / French)
Inferno
The summer / automn issue, with Louise Bourgeois, Adel Abdessemed, Jan Fabre, Judy Chicago, Andres Serrano, Sara Favriau, Camille Henrot, Tino Sehgal, reviews of Angélica Liddell and Nadia Lauro plays, Brussels Kunstenfestival, festival d'Avignon, festival TransAmeriques…

bilingual edition (English / French)
Lenka lente
An electrical poem by Charles Plymell first published in 1966 in Lawrence Ferlinghetti's City Lights Journal, with a CD on which Bill Nace plays a music inspired by his own reading of Apocalypse Rose.

bilingual edition (English / French)
Lenka lente
3 tales of childhood and disappearance by William Wordsworth, accompanied by the primitive and free metal music of French duo Talweg.

Tochnit Aleph
Part four in the Selten Gehörte Musik reissue series, with a recording by Günter Brus, Hermann Nitsch, Dieter Roth, and Gerhard Rühm originally published as a 3LP-Box by Hansjörg Mayer in 1975. Apart from the group session this edition also includes a duo piano session by Dieter Roth and Hermann Nitsch recorded in Stuttgart in November 1975.

AcquAvivA
First QR-Code EP, edition of 100 copies, recorded at EMS, Stockholm, December 2015, with the voices of Frédéric Acquaviva and Loré Lixenberg.

French edition
Les presses du réel – Avant-gardes
A collective publication on Jean Genet and the arts.

French edition
Les presses du réel – Literature
This volume brings together essays on the German writer W. G. Sebald (1944-2001), iconographic documents and manuscripts of the author, and a script written by Sebald for a film ever made about the life of the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein.

French edition
Les presses du réel – Literature
The complete PDF edition of the avant-garde journal Change, created by Jean Pierre Faye in 1968: 42 facsimile issues in a 8482-page file with free-text search engine.

French edition
Les presses du réel – Literature
45 chapters of 45 sentences at 45 years.

French edition
Les presses du réel – Literature
A theoretical, literary and critical dossier dedicated to the relationship between Maurice Blanchot and Georges Bataille; Jean-Luc Nancy's La Communauté désavouée, around the notion of community in Blanchot's oeuvre.

French edition
Les presses du réel – Literature
A theoretical, literary and critical dossier dedicated to the relationship between Maurice Blanchot and Georges Bataille; Jean-Luc Nancy's La Communauté désavouée, around the notion of community in Blanchot's oeuvre.

French edition
Mouvement
Thomas Blanchard, Roberto Minervini's America, Sébastien Barrier, David Cronenberg's first novel, the Athenian cultural scene versus the economical crisis, Nòvia, drone rock and folk music, looking back on Hong Kong's umbrella movement, Pierre Godard & Liz Santoro's For Claude Shannon, portfolio, poetry, reviews, cultural agenda...

French edition
Mouvement
Théo Mercier, Malika Djardi, Markus Öhrn, the online art market, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, French post-punk, being an artist in Central Asia, nudity on stage, the footballer as a modern artist, “Iran” special feature with Barbad Golshiri and Amir Reza Koohestani…

French edition
Celebrity Cafe
Experimental poetry, historical avant-garde, contemporary music, dance, visual arts, intermedia.

French edition
Espace(s)
Espace(s) #13 inaugurates the new formula of the French Space Agency's review. This issue explores the potential of the archive as a material for new artistic or literary narratives.

French edition
JRP|Ringier – Monographs
The first monograph to offer an overview of Cointet's enigmatic and influential oeuvre (available in English edition).

French edition
a.p.r.e.s editions – Documents & Video Works (DVD)
A series of interviews with contemporary poets to understand a practice which seems today more incongruous than ever.

French edition
Mousse – Mousse Publishing (books)
Facsimile edition of an artist book by Marcel Broodthaers based on a verse from Baudelaire's poem La Beauté.

French edition
Bat / <o> future <o>
A collection of texts defining utopia as a place existing only within the domain of language, Utopia gives a synthesis of historical utopias and a snapshot of the 1970-1980's poetic scene.

French edition
miscellaneous
The second issue of Frédéric Acquaviva and La Plaque Tournante's audio / video hybrid magazine includes documents on Trevor Wishart, Denis Dufour, Hém-Ish, Ione, Broutin, François Poyet, Johannes Kreidler, Gil J Wolman at work, a film by Frédéric Acquaviva on the late Pauline Oliveros, Silva Gabriela Béju on Henri Chopin and the magazine OU, a set of posters and postcards…

French edition
Supernova – Books
A second collection of poem by French poet Rosalie Bribes, in which she investigates the theme of the “other”.

French edition
Supernova – Books
First French translation of Cau de llunes, a collection of poems written after Franco's death by one of the major voices of Catalan poetry, female poet Maria-Mercè Marçal.

French edition
Diaphanes – Transpositionen
An “anti-history” of the indecision in which Joseph Vogl probes the literary figures of Oreste, Wallenstein, Joseph K., Bartleby, or the man without qualities.

French edition
Diaphanes – Literature
Filmmaker and writer Alexander Kluge combines fiction and reality to deliver one of the most striking testimonies that have been written about the bombing of German cities by the Allies.

French edition
Diaphanes – Literature
Collection of portraits published between 1938 and 1955 in the New Yorker by one of the pioneer of New Journalism: a literary painting of a New York that no longer exists.

French edition
Al Dante – Poetry & Literature
Collection of 10 texts to explore the tense poetry of Amandine André. With a foreword by Michel Surya.

French edition
Al Dante – Poetry & Literature
The follow-up of Jérôme Bertin 's autobiographical enterprise: the life of an outcast in the margins of society.

French edition
Al Dante – Poetry & Literature
Religious crimes, Rosetta spacecraft, Hillary Clinton, workers' struggle in France, Calais jungle: a critical commentary of the news by poet Julien Blaine.

French edition
Al Dante – Poetry & Literature
A both poetical and political text, praising the poetic revolution of language against the current condition of the everyday life.

French edition
Al Dante – Poetry & Literature
Collection of poems by Dutch poet and communist activist Herman Gorter, key figure of modern poetry in the Netherlands who inspired generations of poets including 1950's avant-garde authors.

French edition
Al Dante – Poetry & Literature
A both poetic and political text which supports the French social movement that began on 31 March 2016.

French edition
miscellaneous
last available copies!
First issue of Frédéric Acquaviva and La Plaque Tournante's audio / video hybrid magazine, including a CD with music by Frédéric Acquaviva and Phill Niblock, a DVD with performances by Tomomi Adachi, Bernard Heidsieck, Katherine Liberovskaya, Jacques Lizène, Alvin Lucier, Loré Lixenberg, and Alex Mincek, posters, and documents.

texts in English and French
Jungle Juice
Third issue, edited by artists duo Magali Daniaux & Cédric Pigot, with a cover by photographer Jérôme Bonnet.

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Centre de la photographie Genève
By creasing photographs from the golden age of porn magazine, Patrick Weidmann dismantles their deep-rooted conservative values and reconstructs an underlying aesthetics, an underside of desire.

Italian edition
Nero
The text published in Villa is a risograph printed transcript of a heretofore unpublished manuscript by Emilio Villa, written around 1962 and addressed to the painter Mario Schifano. The publication remains faithful to the original document and thus there have been no spelling or language corrections.

English edition
Sternberg Press – History, Criticism and Theory
In the fall of 2013, Dan Graham and Mieko Meguro traveled with Donatien Grau to a town in the French Alps to meet Michel Butor, one of the foremost innovators of postwar literature. This is their conversation.

English edition
Sternberg Press – Fiction
The fourth issue in the “Poetic Series” is a seasonally themed special issue, a festive anthology composed of contributions from more than twenty writers and artists.

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