Sternberg Press

Sternberg Press is a Berlin-based publishing house of art and cultural criticism, creative nonfiction, and literary and experimental fiction. Founded by Caroline Schneider in New York in 1999, it aims to support both new and established writers and nourish lasting editorial relationships. The press is committed to publishing books with an interdisciplinary focus on contemporary visual culture and related critical discourse.
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Orupabo Frida -
2022
English edition
forthcoming
First monograph.
Diamela Eltit - Custody of the Eyes
2021
English edition
forthcoming
A novel.
Valerie Solanas - Up Your Ass
2021
English edition
forthcoming
Valerie Solanas's rarely published, legendary play, Up Your Ass, explodes social and sexual mores and the hypocritical, patriarchal culture that produces them through her signature irreverence and wit, incisiveness and camp.
White West - The Afterlife of Fascism
2021
English edition
forthcoming
Fascism, neo-colonialism and capitalism.
Swamps and the New Imagination - On the Future of Cohabitation in Art, Architecture and Philosophy
2021
English edition
forthcoming
An exploration of the "swampy" zone between the human and the other forms of life that make up his ecosystem and his environment, at the intersection of art, architecture and philosophy, in the perspective of a posthumanist ecology.
Why are they so afraid of the lotus? - (A Series of Open Questions, vol. 2)
2021
English edition
forthcoming
The second volume of the Wattis's annual reader, ​A Series of Open Questions.
Art Writing in Crisis
2021
English edition
forthcoming
The social and political dimensions of art and art writing in the contemporary context.
Oceans Rising - A Companion to “Territorial Agency: Oceans in Transformation”
2021
English edition
forthcoming
Forty-one contributions by artists, scholars, scientists, and ocean activists in response to the current dramatic evolution of the oceans.
Amazonia - Anthology as Cosmology
2021
English edition
forthcoming
Amazonia: Anthology as Cosmology is devoted to Amazonia, its peoples, allies, and nonhuman spirits, and their myriad material and immaterial practices, from certain cosmopolitics and visual languages to past and present forms of resistance.
(How) do we (want to) work (together) (as (socially engaged) designers (students and neighbors)) (in neoliberal times)? - Public Design Support, 2016–2021
2021
English edition
forthcoming
A critical examination of the Studio Experimentelles Design's politically and socially committed approach, questioning the social implications of design as well as the working conditions of designers today.
Intersubjectivity - Vol. 3 – Relative Intimacies
2021
English edition
forthcoming
Technology, intimacy and alternative intersubjectivities.
Brian Dillon - In Pieces - Writings on Art, Etc.
2021
English edition
forthcoming
A collection of critical, polemic, and personal essays composed in the past decade.
Denise Ferreira da Silva - Unpayable Debt
2021
English edition
forthcoming
An examination of the relationship between coloniality, raciality, and global capital through a black feminist poethical framework, inspired by Octavia E. Butler's sci-fi novel Kindred (first volume in the On the Antipolitical series).
Boris Groys - Logic of the Collection
2021
English edition
forthcoming
An essay by the distinguished philosopher and theorist of art and media on the current evolution and possible future of museum collections practices and strategies.
Beatrice von Bismarck - The Curatorial Condition
2021
English edition
forthcoming
An analysis of the relations created by the curatorial—relations that also constitute it.
Želimir Žilnik - Feminist Takes - “Early Works” by Želimir Žilnik
2021
English edition
forthcoming
The prospects of revolutionary feminism, from Želimir Žilnik's canonical film.
 Goldin+Senneby - Economic Ekphrasis - Goldin+Senneby and Art for Business Education
2021
English edition
forthcoming
What happens when social scientists write about artworks? How does it affect the academic environment of a business school and how does it change the perception of art? Can it be used as a novel scientific method in the business studies?
Joseph Kosuth - Redefining the Context of Art, 1968 and After - The Second Investigation and Public Media
2021
English edition
forthcoming
This first comprehensive survey of Joseph Kosuth's work with public media centers on his pioneering project The Second Investigation (1968–74).
Tensta Museum - Reports from New Sweden
2021
English edition
forthcoming
This publication documents and discusses Tensta konsthall's experimental multi-year project "Tensta Museum: Reports from New Sweden" that ran from 2013–18 in Tensta and beyond. By pretending to be a museum, the project created a richly contrasting patchwork stretching over six years, in which manifold interests and expressions together formed a narrative with tensions and conflicts erupting around questions like "what history and heritage?," "to whom do they belong?" and "what about the present?"
E-flux journal - Wonderflux – A Decade of e-flux Journal
2021
English edition
forthcoming
Wonderflux brings together a group of longtime contributors with graphic artists to collaborate on illustrated essays and develop a new pictorial language around some of the emergent consistencies and overarching issues that defined the first decade of e-flux journal.
E-flux journal - Navigation Beyond Vision
2021
English edition
forthcoming
Navigation and montage in Harun Farocki's work.
Elizabeth A. Povinelli - E-flux journal - Routes & Worlds
2021
English edition
forthcoming
Elizabeth Povinelli's anthropology of the otherwise locates itself within forms of life that run counter to dominant modes of being under late settler liberalism. In these essays, she considers the emergence of new worlds and the extinguishment of old ones, seeking to develop a social imaginary that can sustain radical potentiality without turning a blind eye to our deep interdependence.
Lionel Ruffel - The Contemporary Condition - I Can’t Sleep
2021
English edition
forthcoming
An attempt to feel and investigate the quality of time, with references to Jonathan Crary, Paul B. Preciado, Charles Baudelaire, and Walter Benjamin.
Climate Engineering
2021
English edition
forthcoming
An inventory of the controversies surrounding the issue of geoengineering, as a set of the large-scale intervention into the earth's natural systems attempting to counter the adverse effects of climate change.
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