A massive anthology of photographs made by Ari Marcopoulos between 2009 and 2018, featuring an introduction text by the artist as well as an essay by art critic, curator, and New York figure Bob Nickas..
First of 29 volumes of Reiner Schürmann's so far unpublished lecture notes on the history of western thought, this publication traces the rise of self-consciousness in its modern form and function, with Luther as the central figure of Schürmann's study.
Researcher Elena Vogman examines the unpublished archival material relating to the film adaptation of Karl Marx's Capital by Sergei Eisenstein. The analysis of these materials reveals the clear and ambitious idea that animated the Soviet filmmaker for this aborted project: to build a visual theorization of value.
This intimate publication documents an iconic art space of the 20th century, the Warsaw apartment and studio of Polish artists Henryk Stazewski (1894–1988) and Edward Krasinski (1925–2004)—a lively artistic and social space shared by multiple artists.
This book on the films of Anton Vidokle features essays and conversations by theorists, curators, and artists exploring the themes of technological immortality and resurrection informed by Cosmist philosophy.
An extended meandering conversation between Swiss art historian, critic and curator Jacqueline Burckhardt and curator/art historian Juri Steiner, accompanied by numerous texts, documents and artist inserts.
MUdec United, the publication of the MUDEC – Museo delle Culture di Milano, one of the Italian leading institutions, is a book-zine dedicated to interdisciplinary research on world cultures. The second issue questions the quintessential symbolic device of the museum machine: the showcase—a tool of preservation, mummification, and desire, with many stories to tell.
The heyday of New York's underground and alternative cultural scene in the 1980s: a look back at the history of the Pyramid Cocktail Lounge, a primary hub for the burgeoning East Village drag, gay, feminist, punk, and art scenes.
A photographic investigation with around 50 New York artists still benefiting from the "loft" law, intended to protect financially troubled artists living illegally in the city's commercial and industrial lofts from eviction.
Eight Seconds: Black Rodeo Culture, the first book by Ivan McClellan, offers an inside look at Black cowboy culture across the United States in the 21st century, creating a bridge between present and past through sports, community, and love of the land.
The facsimile of a never-before-published catalogue, documenting a Milanese exhibition banned by the police in 1992, renders the productions and stances of a group of Italian artists in the artistic context of the time.
A visual, experimental research on the architectonic potential of the horizontal surface in building processes in the format of a folded manifesto. Drawings, images and texts by Jan Kinsbergen, Neven Kostic and David Klemmer.
New edition of Steve Cannon's riotous 1969/71 erotic novel Groove, Bang and Jive Around, "an underground classic of such legendary stature that New York's black cognoscenti have transmogrified the work into urban myth," with a foreword from Darius James and an afterword by poet Tracie Morris.
Through Sinnokrot's agriculture research platform Sakiya, and other ongoing projects that span moving image, sculpture, and socially-engaged practice, Palestine Is Not a Garden examines the potential to develop counter-strategies that effectively decolonial the social, political, economic, and narrative structures that goven relationships to nature in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
Centering on a notion of nomadic space, this publication offers the first in-depth overview of the projects, photo archives, and architectural investigations of Sámi architect and artist Joar Nango, and includes a series of essays and conversations with long-time collaborators and discussion partners.
In this first critical volume and biography of the Indian artist Lalitha Lajmi (1932–2023), author Skye Arundhati Thomas delves into Lajmi's archives, papers, letters, and sketchbooks in pursuit of clues about the artist's character and path.