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The Philosophy of Andy Warhol: From A to B and Back Again

by Andy Warhol

A loosely formed autobiography by Andy Warhol, told with his trademark blend of irony and detachment

 

In The Philosophy of Andy Warhol—which, with the subtitle "(From A to B and Back Again)," is less a memoir...


Feminist Art Manifestos: An Anthology

by Katy Deepwell

An anthology of 35 feminist art manifestos by contemporary women artists from around the world, 1969-2013.


33 Artists in 3 Acts

by Sarah Thornton

This compelling narrative goes behind the scenes with the world’s most important living artists to humanize and demystify contemporary art.

The best-selling author of Seven Days in the Art World now tells...


The Intervals of Cinema

by Jacques Rancière & John Howe

Cinema, like language, can be said to exist as a system of differences. In his latest book, acclaimed philosopher Jacques Rancière looks at cinematic art in comparison to its corollary forms in literature and...


Theater & Propaganda

by George H. Szanto

This original and insightful study explores the points at which theater and propaganda meet. Defining propaganda as a form of "activated ideology," George H. Szanto discusses the distortion of information that...


Deleuze and Guattari, Politics and Education: For a People-Yet-to-Come

by Matthew Carlin & Jason Wallin

Deleuze & Guattari, Politics and Education mobilizes Deleuzian-Guattarian philosophy as a revolutionary alternative to the lingering forms of transcendence, identity politics, and nihilism endemic to Western...


Theater of Cruelty: Art, Film, and the Shadows of War

by Ian Buruma

Ian Buruma is fascinated, he writes, “by what makes the human species behave atrociously.” In Theater of Cruelty the acclaimed author of The Wages of Guilt and Year Zero: A History of 1945 once again turns...


Wine, Women & Westminster: Behind the Scenes Stories of MPs at Play Over 50 Years

by Chris Moncrieff

Chris Moncrieff has been covering events in Westminster for the Press Association since the days when Churchill still came into the Chamber, and as its political editor for 14 years he was often the man who...


Getting Up for the People: The Visual Revolution of Asar-Oaxaca

by ASARO, Mike Graham de La Rosa & Suzanne M. Schadl

Getting Up for the People tells the story of the Assembly of Revolutionary Artists of Oaxaca (ASARO) by remixing their own images and words with curatorial descriptions. Part of a long tradition of socially...


Why Are Animals Funny?: Everyday Analysis

by EDA Collective

Analyzing the signs of everyday life.


Poor but Sexy: Culture Clashes in Europe East and West

by Agata Pyzik

How the East stayed East and the West stayed West.


Mobility and Fantasy in Visual Culture

by Lewis Johnson

This volume offers a varied and informed series of approaches to questions of mobility-actual, social, virtual, and imaginary-as related to visual culture. Contributors address these questions in light of important...


Pantomime Terror: Music and Politics

by John Hutnyk

The war on terror thrives on pantomime demons, created and maintained by political opportunism, convenient stereotype and uncritical celebrity scholarship.


Los Caprichos

by Francisco Goya

Considered Goya's most brilliant work, this collection combines corrosive satire and exquisite technique to depict 18th-century Spain as a nation of grotesque monsters sprung up in the absence of reason. 80...


Signal: 03: A Journal of International Political Graphics & Culture

by Alec Dunn & Josh MacPhee

Continuing in the style of the first two volumes, this new installment in the Signal series features standout artwork and stories that includes the topics of Paredon Records, Quebec Spring, and partisan memorials...


Crime and the Urban Imagination: Law, Crime and the Urban Imagination

by Alison Young

What is street art? Who is the street artist? Why is street art a crime?

Since the late 1990s, a distinctive cultural practice has emerged in many cities: street art, involving the placement of uncommissioned...


Pictorial Narrative in the Nazi Period: Felix Nussbaum, Charlotte Salomon and Arnold Daghani

by Deborah Schultz & Edward Timms

This book investigates creative responses to the Nazi period in the work of three artists, Felix Nussbaum, Charlotte Salomon and Arnold Daghani, focusing on their use of pictorial narrative. It analyses their...


Impossible Mourning: HIV/AIDS and Visuality After Apartheid

by Kylie Thomas

Impossible Mourning focuses on disavowed loss and the difficulties of mourning in post-apartheid South Africa. The book transgresses disciplinary bounds to forge new ways of thinking and writing about the crisis...


Public Art, Memorials and Atlantic

by Celeste-Marie Bernier & Judie Newman

In this collection distinguished American and European scholars, curators and artists discuss major issues concerning the representation and commemoration of slavery, as brought into sharp focus by the 2007...


Three Tunisian Women Artists: Nicène Kossentini, Mouna Karray, Moufida Fedhila

by Michèle Cohen Hadria & Judith Hayward

Michèle Cohen Hadria interviews artists Nicène Kossentini, Mouna Karray and Moufida Fedhila from Tunisia.