April 27 2019 06:00PM
Lancement ! METROMARXISME. Un conte marxiste de la ville

En présence de son auteur, Andy Merrifield, du préfacier de l’édition française, Xavier Boissiel, et de l’équipe des éditions Entremonde, qui inaugurent avec ce titre une nouvelle collection, Métro, consacrée à l’urbanisme…

GROENENDIJK, Henk; KLEMENT, Elisabeth; KREUTZER, Matthias (eds.)
Test Press. 20 Years of Student Publications, 1999-2019

More than 400 publications (often unique in small print runs) from the archive of graphic designer, collector and teacher Henrik Groenendijk that have been produced by students of the Gerrit Rietveld Academie Amsterdam…

Un objectif & deux autres essais

Figure majeure de l’avant-garde poétique américaine au 20e siècle,
co-fondateur du mouvement « objectiviste » dont font aussi partie Charles Reznikoff ou George Oppen, Louis Zukofsky a publié un nombre important de…

Intermedia, Fluxus and the Something Else Press. Selected Writings by Dick Higgins

1) Once upon a time there was collage, a technique. Collage could be used in art, not just in visual art.

2) When collage began to project off the two-dimensional surface, it became the combine (Rauschenberg's…

FISHER, Jack Henrie (ed.)
Counter Signals #3: (All the Way) Down with Plattforms!

Counter-Signals is a periodically produced journal addressing, in variable iterations, convergent aspects of design, media, and politics. The third issue of Counter-Signals — (All the Way) Down With Platforms — jumps off…

ACKER, Kathy
Algeria. A Series of Invocations because nothing else works

The Land in Algeria
is pink
Life in this
America stinks


In 1979, right before 
the Algerian revolution

Seven: ... :Sounds

01: Kentucky trucker in the Rocky Mountains
04: Man in dark sunglasses by the Silver Arc
12: Canada bound trucker on Interstate 90
21: Twenty-three year old sword swallower fire eater waiting for a hotshot

BOVIER, Lionel; CHERIX, Christophe (eds.)
Ecart. Genève, 1969-1982

En 1969, John Armleder cofonde à Genève l’Ecart Performance Group avec Patrick Lucchini et Claude Rychner. Cette aventure artistique collective, placée dans la continuité du mouvement Fluxus, se développe ensuite pour…

Applied Ballardianism. Memoir from a Parallel Universe

Fleeing the excesses of 90s cyberculture, a young researcher sets out to systematically analyse the obsessive themes of a writer who prophesied our disorienting future: cult author J.G. Ballard, voluptary of the car crash,…

Selected Writings 1998–2015

An excellent collection of texts by the French-American photographer and filmmaker Babette Mangolte, whose work is inseparable from the invention of new forms of performance and choreography in New York in the 1970s. Experimenting…

Saved Images

“We believe strongly that in artistic collaboration lies something other than compromise, something that is very valuable. As a group we create site-specific installations. These installations can be seen as textures woven…

WARK, McKenzie
Théorie du gamer

Une analyse – par l’auteur du Hacker Manifesto et de General Intellects – des logiques inhérentes aux jeux vidéo, et notamment la manière dont ils structurent le…

Musique 109. Notes sur la musique expérimentale

Musique 109 est la transcription des cours donnés pendant plus de quarante ans à la Wesleyan University par Alvin Lucier. Explorant dans son œuvre les caractéristiques naturelles du son et des espaces dans lesquels…


“Welcome to the lands of sweets, Solito!”

Julien Ceccaldi’s latest comic in date, published in Fall 2018 in conjunction with his exhibition “Solito” at Kölnischer Kunstverein.

New Design, Neo-Plasticism, Nieuwe Beelding. Bauhausbücher 5

A new facsimile of the fifth book from Piet Mondrian of the series of the Bauhausbücher, originally published in German in 1925.

Slow Cancellation

Produced by Paul Bonnet & Nathan Roche, mastered by Benoit de Villeneuve, artwork by Hendrik Hegray.

Martin Kippenberger's ''Magical Misery Tour''

A book of Martin Kippenberger's ''Magical Misery Tour'' touring Brazil and Salvador in 1985 and 1986. The documenting photos from Ursula Böckler show him, sometimes also her while doing touristy stuff - posing while eating…

BLOCK, Ursula; GLASMEIER, Michael (eds.)
Broken Music

A new facsimile edition of the encyclopedic catalogue for the  exhibition held in the daadgalerie in Berlin from 1988 to 1989. The exhibition, curated by Ursula Bock and Michael Glasmeier put together a wide spectrum of…

HOLDER, Will (ed.)
F.R. David (T) Spring 2019. “Black Sun”

The issue departs from Wojnarowicz’s grief at the loss of loved ones during the 1980s AIDS crisis, and anger at the US government for their willful neglect of this loss. The issue assembles a chorus of various gendered…

Mail Art 1964-1984

This book—the fruit of a lengthy research project, which has allowed us to gather and organize coherent sets of material that reflect the timeline of René…

FISHER, Mark (ed.)
The Resistible Demise of Michael Jackson

The Resistible Demise of Michael Jackson was put togehter because of a conviction that Jackson's passing should be marked by something other than facile ''tributes'' or muck-raking biographies. The contributors…

MEKAS, Jonas (ed.)
Film Culture 80. The Legend of Barbara Rubin

Barbara Rubin (1945-1980) entered the New York underground in the 1960s while still a teenager, and quickly made herself a name with her pioneering 1963 double-projection film Christmas on Earth, featuring painted…

BERARDI, Franco "Bifo"

Since the hopeful days of the Occupy movement, many things have changed in the respiration of the world, and we have entered a cycle of spasm, despair, and chaos. Breathing is a book about the increasingly chaotic…

HANNAH, Deliah (ed.)
A year without a winter

Today, weather extremes brought about by anthropogenic climate change pose relentless cognitive and imaginative challenges. Beyond news media, what are the cultural registers of this phenomenon? How can artistic and literary…


BASE BASE brings together the works #LOVEOFGOD; 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12 and Blackbirds. Arranged non-chronologically, the three pieces span a seven year period with Blackbirds written specifically…

Texte Zur Kunst 29/113 (Mar. 2019) Discrimination

For issue 113 TZK investigates the structures within the arts and cultural spheres where racism and discrimination are practiced, performed, and reproduced. This special issue concentrates specifically on the context of…

COX, Christoph
Sonic Flux: Sound, Art, and Metaphysics

Through the philosophical analysis of works by John Cage, Maryanne Amacher, Max Neuhaus, Christian Marclay, and many others, Sonic Flux contributes to the development of a materialist metaphysics and poses a challenge…

Andy Warhol, Publisher

Andy Warhol famously said, "I want to be a machine." If I were to guess what kind of machine he meant, I would say a printing press. Warhol was always publishing something. In the 1950s, he self-published several illustrated…

Going For A Song: A Chronicle of the UK Record Shop

Yes this is Björk browsing JAZZ records! OMG this books tells the in-depth history of the independent record shop in the UK, based on more than 100 interviews conducted with iconic record shop owners, musicians and record…

FIELD-DONOVAN, Freya; MCLUSKEY, Emmie (eds.)
A Strange American Funeral

This publication accompanies Emmie McLuskey's new project "these were the things that made the step familiar" at Collective Edinburgh, an exhibition exploring interactions in and between bodies, considering the systems…

Paula Scher: Works (concise edition)

This monograph covers Paula’s early days in the music industry as an art director with CBS and Atlantic records; the launch of her first studio, Koppel & Scher; and her 25-year engagement with Pentagram. It also provides…

WEIL, Simone
Force et Malheur

At last – du Simone Weil à After 8 Books! Engagée très jeune en politique, dans l’opposition syndicaliste-révolutionnaire, marquée par son expérience de la condition ouvrière dans les années 1930, Simone Weil (1909-1943)…

Manuel de Survie

Écrit en 1974, près d’un an avant la disparition tragique de son auteur, Manuel de survie est l’œuvre dans laquelle l’aventure humaine et théorique de Giorgio Cesarano trouve son expression la plus aboutie. Dès…

SMITH, Sable Elyse

Sable Elyse Smith’s C.R.E.A.M. locates the intersection of a specific fantasy of racial exclusion and containment in the mutual investments of real estate development and the prison system. Hollywoodland—the segregated…

HALTER, Ed; ROSSET, Barney (eds.)
From the Third Eye. The Evergreen Review Film Reader

Founded in 1957 by Barnet Rosset as a subsidiary of Grove Press, Evergreen Review began as a paperback-sized journal, switching to magazine format by 1964. In its first decade, Evergreen focused primarily…

SPOTT, Verity
Prayers, Manifestos, Bravery

"This is a collection of attempted manifestos whose composition began in 2011. It does not pretend to be completed and any life it has is in its capacity for change, movement and instability. These manifestos are described…

MYLES, Eileen
Afterglow (a dog's memoir)

"... I am Rosie's lawyer. Dog lawyers have become possible in recent years, even months. Which is not to say crimes of all kinds against dogs are 'new' in any way."

ABLOH, Virgil
“Insert Complicated Title Here”

Audience: Hey, Virgil. A quick question. Yes or no, real quick: can you sign my shoes after this?
Virgil Abloh: I've got to leave in 10 minutes, but I'll do it.
Audience: Right now? Okay, I'll walk up.

FORTI, Simone
The Bear in The Mirror

“Iʼve gathered so many books […], all about the family. This is all washing over me like a waterfall. I canʼt figure out the genealogy, the chronology flows like currents that wind around each other at different rates.…

BIBBY, Gerry; DIETRICH, Nikola; EBNER, Martin; MÜLLER, Ariane; OLESEN, Henrik (eds.)
Starship #18 – Winter 2019

Are there communities? Are there ghosts? Let yourself be tested!
Anniversary issue of the Berlin-based magazine with Ei Arakawa, Tenzing Barshee, John Beeson, Gerry Bibby, David Bussel, Eric D. Clark, Sarah Chow,…

FRITH, Simon
Une sociologie des musiques populaires

Deux études, inédites en français, du sociologue et critique musical britannique Simon Frith, pionnier des popular music studies et auteur en 1978 du classique The Sociology of Rock. Le premier texte…

Le ciné-œil de la révolution – Écrits sur le cinéma

Un ensemble de nouvelles traductions et de textes inédits (manifestes, articles, intervensions, essais, poèmes) du cinéaste d'avant-garde et théoricien soviétique Dziga Vertov, assortis d'un appareil critique et de nombreux…

LUND, Marie
Door Handles

Nous avons produit une nouvelle édition avec Marie Lund. Il s'agit d'une pièce composée de deux pièces, unies par une troisième. Ces trois pièces permettent l'ouverture et la fermeture d'une pièce, l'union ou la séparation…

SPOTT, Verity
Click Away Close Door Say

This book documents the day to day workings of a specialist support service that looks after young adults with high functioning autism and related diagnoses / mixed diagnoses. (...) During the time of its composition the…

The Daily Bread

The Daily Bread is a collection of beginnings. It stems from Dépense Défensive’s residency at Le Petit Versailles community garden on the Lower East Side, between the 2nd and the 17th of August, 2018. Everyday,…

PORTER, Richard (ed.)
A queer anthology of rage

Megan Wallace: Why would you say anger is such a pertinent issue for the queer community right now?
Richard Porter: Queers are beginning to remember why they were angry in the first place, which connected a lot with…

LÜTHI, Louis
A Die with Twenty-Six Faces

In A Die with Twenty-Six Faces, the author—let’s call him L.—guides the reader through his collection of alphabet books, that is, books with letters for titles. Some of these titles are well known: Andy Warhol’s…

REINES, Ariana

Bzzzzz Bzzzz. This is the script of a theater play, inspired by Avital Ronell's seminal The Telephone Book (1989). Reines condenses and texts back into life telephone's inventors Bell and Watson, as well as Miss…

REAL. The letters of Mina Harker and Sam D'Allesandro

A lot of things that you wouldn't think could really happed do. I know a girl who broke her neck in the bathtub – a big wave came and washed her against the porcelain, a gentle slam really, and it just snapped.…

Vacant Possession

"It was an exhibition at Cabinet Gallery in 2016, a formerly unrealized proposal, which caused John Knight and I to descend into his filing cabinets, where not in haste we brought a number of unmade ideas, brilliant and…

Women with Cameras (Self Portrait)

A sequence of images of found amateur photographs dating from the 1970s to the early 2000s that each depict a female subject holding a camera or taking a photograph collected by Anne Collier over a number of years from…

Private Book #5

Fifth volume in Karma’s 11-volume facsimile printing of Lee Lozano’s “Private Book” project. Lozano (1930-99) has marked conceptualism with a severe sense of the body and the political. As she retreated from the art scene…

Private Book #4

Fourth volume in Karma’s 11-volume facsimile printing of Lee Lozano’s “Private Book” project. Lozano (1930-99) has marked conceptualism with a severe sense of the body and the political. As she retreated from the art scene…

CORTAT, Matthieu; BELLIER, Marie-Mam Sai (eds.)
Diorama No.1: Legibility (Nov. 2018)

In the footsteps of 1970s international type specimen newsprint and type foundries journals, Diorama is a journal that takes as a starting point an historical quote. It is sent to a variety of guests for them…

TAUSSIG, Michael
Mon musée de la cocaïne

L’or et la cocaïne sont les deux matériaux bruts de Mon musée de la Cocaïne. C’est au cours de leur transformation et raffinement que ces deux substances ramènent avec elles une histoire de l’oppression et de…

WATERS, John; HILEMAN, Kristen (ed.)
John Waters: Indecent Exposure

“I like scary stories around a fire. When I was a kid I used to write stories and then read them at my summer camp. Then the kids had nightmares, and all the parents complained. That was one of thee first artistic things…

Fascination: Memoirs

Kevin Killian's Fascination comes to us with delay, yet arrives, thankfully, as though preserved within the flaps of an unsent, sealed, and searing correspondence, consummate and irreverent, having wasted no time. With…

Bomb Culture

Out of print for fifty years, Jeff Nuttall’s Bomb Culture has achieved legendary status as a powerful, informative, and spirited exploration of 1960s alternative society and counterculture. Nuttall’s confessional…

ESS, Barbara (ed.)
Just Another Asshole #6

Just Another Asshole was an influential mixed-media publication series edited by Barbara Ess from 1978 to 1987. The submission process was open and collaborative, and each issue was produced in a different format…

TANG, Jeannine; BUTLER, Ann E.; GANGITANO, Lia (eds.)
The Conditions of Being Art. Pat Hearn Gallery & American Fine Arts, Co.

Pat Hearn and Colin de Land have been key figures of the New York art galleries scene of the 1980s and ’90s, working with artists such as Renée Green, Stephan Dillemuth, Lutz Bacher, Mary Heilmann, Andrea Fraser, Art Club…

Seasonal Associate

No longer able to live on the proceeds of her freelance writing and translating income, German novelist Heike Geissler takes a seasonal job at Amazon Order Fulfillment in Leipzig. But the job, intended as a stopgap measure,…

Dubuffet and the City: People, Place, and Urban Space

The book examines how the city plays a role in the formation and unfolding of Dubuffet’s practice and imagination as a material, a source, and a vehicle for ideas. It analyzes works in which the artist depicts city dwellers,…

La monnaie

« Il est certain que les concepts de l’entendement n’existent nulle part ailleurs que dans la conscience humaine, mais ce n’est pas de là qu’ils surgissent. Ils n’en proviennent pas. C’est l’être social des hommes qui…

Thresholds: a Prosody of Citizenship (Dialecty series)

In De vulgare eloquentia, Dante developed a poetics of the vernacular – the collectively accessible speech of the household and the street, distributed unilaterally rather than intentionally acquired via a disciplined…

Notes on just back from Los Angeles: A Portrait of Yvonne Rainer (Dialecty series)

The book stems from the transcript of the script prepared by Pendleton for Yvonne Rainer to read during their day spent filming at the Ridgeway Diner in Chelsea. The text mixes citations from Stokely Carmichael, Malcom…

ANGELL, Noah; GOODING, Francis
Ghost Stories of the British Museum

Ghost Stories of the British Museum documents the rich oral tradition of haunted spaces, unquiet objects and inexplicable occurrences that has long circulated privately among British Museum staff. Based on interviews…


In Aliasing the narration of fiction shifts like the weave of a binakulblanket, and the reader is confronted by a procession of simulacra that might be misunderstood as an alternative history of the Philippines.…

BAILEY, Giles (ed.)
Talker #5: Spalding Gray with Kathy Acker

This issue of Giles Bailey’s Talker is a transcript of an event hosted by the writer Kathy Acker at the ICA, London in February 1987 in which the performer Spalding Gray discussed his work. A founding member of…

MUL, Marlie

“This book addresses my cancellation of a solo exhibition that had been planned to open in May 2017 at the Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) in Glasgow, Scotland.” —Marlie Mul

The book gathers essays by Marlie Mul,…

Second Person

“I have wanted, I think, sincerely but in futility, to make this book a sort of guide, a replicable guide for other people to direct their thoughts and feelings that are or feel worthless into a manifestable material substance,…

NIESSEN, Richard
The Palace of Typographic Masonry

Welcome to The Palace of Typographic Masonry—an imaginary building founded by Dutch graphic designer Richard Niessen, that serves as a speculative platform for the variety, poetry and digressions of graphic design.…

HOUETTE, Charlotte; PACOTTE, Clara
EAAPES – Reader #2, décembre 2018

Recherches du groupe EAAPES initié par Clara Pacotte et Charlotte Houette autour des questions queer et de féminismes dans la littérature de science-fiction/fiction spéculative. Contient des traductions de nouvelles de…

Palms of the Fog

A recount of the formative power of music, rock bands, record shops, zines and, mostly, fortuitous encounters. The fog, a metaphor for how elusive memory can be, in its in-between state, is “breath made thick,” and the…

Contraindre à la liberté – Carl Einstein, les avant-gardes, l’histoire

Cette étude historiographique consacrée au théoricien de l'art, écrivain et militant anarchiste allemand Carl Einstein (1885-1940), contemporain des avant-gardes, acteur de quelques-unes de leurs opérations les plus marquantes…

EDJABE, Ntone (ed.)
The Chimurenga Chronic. On Circulations and the African Imagination of a Borderless World (Oct. 2018)

The newest issue of our ever favourite, legendary South African periodical has landed. Chronic keeps pushing against the boundaries of territoriality, neoliberalism, and the market – there's even a fotonovela set in the…

The Universal Machine

In The Universal Machine—the concluding volume to his landmark trilogy consent not to be a single being—Fred Moten presents a suite of three essays on Emmanuel Levinas, Hannah Arendt, and Frantz Fanon,…

The Correspondence Book ‘The Letters of Annemarie Schwarzenbach and Carson McCullers'

The fragmented epistolary exchange reproduced in this edition forms the core of a publication to come addressing the relations of Swiss critic, activist and traveller Annemarie Schwarzenbach (1908-1942) and the American…

SMITH, Harry; KLACSMANN, John (ed.); LAMPERT, Andrew (ed.)
Paper Airplanes: The Collections of Harry Smith (Catalogue Raisonné, Volume I)

Paper Airplanes (Volume I) features richly detailed photographic documentation of 251 paper airplanes gathered by Smith from the streets of New York City over an approximately 20-year period. Whimsical and weird,…

VAN-HUY, Bernadette
In Person

Bernadette Van-Huy puise dans un répertoire de références artistiques et stylistiques qui empruntent à littérature romantique, à l’esthétique postimpressionniste, ou encore à Kafka et aux Lumières de la ville de Chaplin.…

Old Futures: Speculative Fiction and Queer Possibility

Old Futures explores the social, political, and cultural forces feminists, queer people, and people of color invoke when they dream up alternative futures as a way to imagine transforming the present. Lothian…

Life and Death on the New York Dance Floor, 1980–1983

As the 1970s gave way to the 80s, New York's party scene entered a ferociously inventive period characterized by its creativity, intensity, and hybridity. Life and Death on the New York Dance Floor chronicles…

RUSS, Joanna
How to Suppress Women's Writing

How to Suppress Women's Writing is a book by Joanna Russ, published in 1983. Written in the style of a sarcastic and irreverent guidebook, it explains how women are prevented from producing written works, not…

MORRIS, Catherine; HOCKLEY, Rujeko (eds.)
We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85. New Perspectives

The exhibition We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85 focused on radical approaches to feminist thinking developed by women artists and activists of color. The Brooklyn Museum published two volumes:…

MORRIS, Catherine; HOCKLEY, Rujeko (eds.)
We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85. A Sourcebook

Sourcebook accompanying the exhibition We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965–85 at the Brooklyn Museum from April 21 through September 17, 2017, showcasing the work of black women artists such as Emma…

PIRON, François; AUBART, François; MOULENE, Claire (eds.)
Initiales #12 - Sylvère Lotringer

Ce numéro de la revue Initiales est dédié à la figure de Sylvère Lotringer, écrivain et théoricien français qui, après s’être établi à New York au début des années 1970, a été un des principaux “passeurs” de la…

PSYOP: An Anthology

Recognisably and fearlessly designed by Metahaven and densely illustrated, this uniquely original and experimental publication offers a fresh perspective on Metahaven´s exceptional and versatile practice by offering reflections…

LOZANO, Lee; APPLIN, Jo (ed.)
Not Working

This is the first in‑depth study of Lee Lozano’s idiosyncratic ten‑year career in 1960s New York, assuring this important artist a key place in histories of post‑war art. The book charts the entirety of Lozano’s production…

PIPER, Adrian; BUTLER, Cornelia (ed.); PLATZKER, David (ed.)
Adrian Piper. A Reader

Published for MoMA’s 2018 retrospective exhibition and in collaboration with the artist, this volume presents new critical essays that expand on Piper's practice in ways that have been previously under- or unaddressed.…

DANIËLS, René; LOOCK, Ulrich (ed.)
René Daniëls. Works from 2006 to 2017

In his works on canvas created over the past twelve years, René Daniëls often returns to his paintings from the period before 1987. He adopts ciphers deriving from these works but uses them to develop a different, unprecedented…

CONRAD, Tony; CHAFFEE, Cathleen (ed.)
Introducing Tony Conrad: A Retrospective

“I tend to fear at times for the world’s perception of my own work: though find my own oeuvre impeccably consistent and directed, its diversity (I realize) obscures the plane of this consistency from any but…

BELL, Kirsty; CHAIMOWICZ, Marc-Camille
One to One...

The book has been produced on the occasion of installation London-based artist Marc Camille Chaimowicz’s (born 1947) 2017 exhibition at Kestner Gesellschaft in Hanover. His new work, which lends the exhibition and the…

All for All !

The book All for All! is a trip through All! (2012-2017), a project conceived by Kinkaleri and instigated by the voracious attacks on language committed by William Seward Burroughs. It intentionally strays beyond the limits…

SMITH, Keith

Imaged on an Apple Macintosh computer in 1985, Bobby might be the very first digitally composed artist's book. It tells the story of the falling in love of young Keith with Bobby, a metaphorised shadow playfriend, incarnated…

EL KHOLTI, Hedi; KRAUS, Chris; VIGIER, Janique (eds.)
Animal Shelter #05

Bruce Hainley writes on Hervé Guibert and Nicole Miller on Tina L’Hotsky; Chris Kraus is “In the loft” while Natasha Stagg is “Alone at Safeway”; Masha Tupitsyn discusses Ingmar Bergman and Stanley Kubrick, while Charlie…

MADERA, Gerardo
Name, Thing, Thing. A Primer in Parallel Typographies

Name, Thing, Thing is a compilation of thoughts, quotations, fragments, on and around typographic intervention as resistance against the colonial embeds of typographic tradition—a pursuit analogous to strategies…

Ci-gît / To Another Awareness

La verve d'Antonin Artaud illustrée par une pièce inédite de Nurse With Wound, soit quinze minutes d'un hommage retentissant. [note de l'éditeur]

Le pays où tout est permis

Podolski's work is emblematic of a time marked by sexual liberation, antipsychiatry and youth disenchantment. In the brief period between 1968 and 1974 – when she took her own life at the age of 21 – she produced a remarkable…

Notes and Methods

The book collects and reproduces in full color all notebooks by Hilma af Klint (1862-1944). It also offers the first extensive English translation of her writings, including Letters and Words Pertaining to Works by…

TAUBE, Magdalena; WOZNICKI, Krystian (eds.)
A Field Guide to the Snowden Files. Media, Art, Archives. 2013-2017

A Field Guide to the Snowden Files is the first book to critically engage with artists responding to the NSA-files leaked by whistleblower Edward Snowden. Considering the most relevant contexts in which the files…

BUCK, Paul
Library. A Suitable Case for Treatment

Library contains four essays and two interviews, with the pre-dominant concern of sexual questions: the subjects in art, film, and literature—the issues tied to Rivette’s La Belle Noiseuse, Madonna’s sexual assault…

Homosexuality: Power and Politics

After the leading organisations of radical sexual politics—the Gay Liberation Front and the Gay Marxist Group—imploded or dissolved, the Gay Left Collective formed a research group to make sense of the changing terrain…