Floating Opera Press

Floating Opera Press is a Berlin-based imprint publishing contemporary art and cultural criticism as well as select artists' books. Founded by Aaron Bogart, the press supports both new and established writers and is committed to publishing books that push the boundaries of what writing about culture can be.
 
Steven Warwick - Notes on Evil
2022
English edition
forthcoming
An investigation into the current social architectures that determine the perception of the notion of "evil"... and the production of figures that embody it.
Karen Archey - After Institutions
2022
English edition
forthcoming
The current crisis of museums and the future of Institutional Critique.
Skye Arundhati Thomas - Everything Will Be Remembered
2021
English edition
forthcoming
The story of the protest movement that emerged in India in late 2019, of its state repression, and of the artistic and cultural productions that it has generated.
Kristian Vistrup Madsen - Doing Time - Essays on Using People
2021
English edition
A series of essays conncerned with the ethics of writing (about people and art), as well as a reflection on the identity politics of the early 2000s.
William J. Simmons - Queer Formalism: The Return
2021
English edition
A new kind of queer art writing.
Christian Egger - Shows, Signals, Unvernehmen - Collected Re- & Interviews 2005-2020
2020
bilingual edition (English / German)
The collected reviews and interviews of art critic, curator, and artist Christian Egger.
Marie-France Rafael - On Gender Performance
2020
English edition
A conversation about performance, genre and cinema in the subversive work of Brice Dellsperger.
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