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Autonomous Art Combo Pack
SKU: Autonomous Art Combo Pack
Please note: Due to the killer deal being offered, Combo Packs are not available for any further discount to resale customers or Friends of PM.
A fantastic combo pack of politically engaged and socially aware art not to be missed! This combo pack saves you $32 off the regular retail price and includes:
Revolutionary Women: A Book of Stencils By Queen of the Neighbourhood
Signal: 01: A Journal of International Political Graphics Edited by Josh MacPhee and Alec Icky Dunn
Banksy Location and Tours: A Collection of Graffiti Locations and Photographs in London, England By Banksy (artwork) and Martin Bull (photographs and text)
Paper Politics: Socially Engaged Printmaking Today Edited by Josh MacPhee
Revolutionary Women: A Book of Stencils offers radical feminist history and street art resource for inspired readers! This book combines short biographies with striking and usable stencil images of thirty women—activists, anarchists, feminists, freedom-fighters and visionaries.
The women featured include: Harriet Tubman, Louise Michel, Vera Zasulich, Emma Goldman, Qiu Jin, Nora Connolly O'Brien, Lucia Sanchez Saornil, Angela Davis, Comandante Ramona, Phoolan Devi, Ani Pachen, Anna Mae Aquash, Hannie Schaft, Rosa Luxemburg, Shiva, Olive Morris, Assata Shakur, Sylvia Rivera, Haydée Santamaría, Marie Equi, Mother Jones, Doria Shafik, Ondina Peteani, Whina Cooper and Lucy Parsons.
See and hear author interviews and book reviews on Queen of the Neighbourhood Collective's Page HERE
Signal: 01: A Journal of International Political Graphics: In the U.S. there is a tendency to focus only on the artworks produced within our shores or from English speaking producers. Signal: 01 reaches beyond those bounds, bringing material produced the world over, translated from dozens of languages and collected from both the present and decades past. Although a full color printed publication, Signal:01 is not limited to the graphic arts. Within its pages you will find political posters and fine arts, comics and murals, street art, site specific works, zines, art collectives, documentation of performance and articles on the often overlooked but essential role all of these have played in struggles around the world.
Signal: 01 includes the following and so much more:
• The Future of Xicana Printmaking: Alec Dunn and Josh MacPhee interview the Taller Tupac Amaru
• The Adventures of Red Rat: Alec Dunn interviews Johannes van de Weert
• Early 20th-Century Anarchist Imprints
• Mexico 68: The Graphic Production of a Movement: Santiago Armengod interviews Felipe Hernandez Moreno
• Designing Anarchy: Dan Poyner interviews Rufus Segar
Banksy Location and Tours: A Collection of Graffiti Locations and Photographs in London, England: When it comes to art, London is best known for its galleries, not its graffiti. However, not if photographer Martin Bull has anything to say about it. While newspapers and magazines the world over send their critics to review the latest Damien Hirst show at the Tate Modern, Bull, in turn, is out taking photos of the latest street installations by guerilla art icon Banksy.
In three guided tours, Martin Bull documents sixty-five London sites where one can see some of the most important works by the legendary political artist. Boasting over 100 color photos, Banksy Locations and Tours also includes graffiti by many of Banksy's peers, including Eine, Faile, El Chivo, Arofish, Cept, Space Invader, Blek Le Rat, D*face, and Shepherd Fairey.
U.S. edition has locations updated and 25 additional photos.
See and hear author interviews, book reviews, and other news on Martin Bull's Page HERE
Paper Politics: Socially Engaged Printmaking Today is a major collection of contemporary politically and socially engaged printmaking. This full color book showcases print art that uses themes of social justice and global equity to engage community members in political conversation. Based on an art exhibition which has traveled to a dozen cities in North America, Paper Politics features artwork by over 200 international artists; an eclectic collection of work by both activist and non-activist printmakers who have felt the need to respond to the monumental trends and events of our times.
Paper Politics presents a breathtaking tour of the many modalities of printing by hand: relief, intaglio, lithography, serigraph, collagraph, monotype, and photography. In addition to these techniques, included are more traditional media used to convey political thought, finely crafted stencils and silk-screens intended for wheat pasting in the street. Artists range from the well established (Sue Coe, Swoon, Carlos Cortez) to the up-and-coming (Favianna Rodriguez, Chris Stain, Nicole Schulman), from street artists (BORF, You Are Beautiful) to rock poster makers (EMEK, Bughouse).
See and hear editor interviews, book reviews, and other news on Josh Machee's Page HERE