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Realizing the impossible : art against authority

Author: Josh MacPhee; Erik Reuland
Publisher: Oakland, CA : AK Press, ©2007.
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Exploring the close relationship between aesthetics and politics in anti-authoritarian social movements, 'Realizing the Impossible' discusses an influence which has been felt in both directions - from cubism and surrealism to political resistance and activism.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Realizing the impossible.
Oakland, CA : AK Press, c2007
(OCoLC)608049724
Named Person: Erik Reuland; Carlos Cortez; Luis Jacob; Clifford Harper; Gee Vaucher; Miriam Klein Stahl; Colin Matthes; Morgan F P Andrews; Roger Peet
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Josh MacPhee; Erik Reuland
ISBN: 1904859321 9781904859321
OCLC Number: 122542592
Description: 319 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Contents: Towards anarchist art theories... / Erik Reuland and Josh MacPhee --
Life, labor, art : a discussion with Carlos Koyokuikatl Cortéz / Christine Flores-Cozza --
Flavio Costantini : artist of anarchy / Bill Nowlin --
Reveil anarchiste : salon painting, political satire, modernist art / Patricia Leighten --
Clifford Harper : anarchist illustrator / Icky A. --
El grito del diseño : diseño mestizo and the radical visual language in Chicana/o newspapers / Dylan Miner --
Gee Vaucher : crass art / Erik Reuland --
Shadows in the streets : the stencil art of the new Argentina / Erick Lyle --
Subversive multiples : a conversation between contemporary printmakers / Meredith Stern --
Taring Padi : under siege in Indonesia / Roger Peet --
A magical land of roving Santa Claus armies, pirated energy drinks and a giant squatted urban village : political art activities in Denmark / Brett Bloom --
A conversation with black mask / Iain McIntyre --
The process is in the streets : challenging media America / Dara Greenwald --
When magic confronts authority : the rise of protest puppetry in N. America / Morgan Andrews --
Beyond authenticity : aesthetics strategies and anarchist media / Kyle Harris --
The department of space and land reclamation / Josh MacPhee and Nato Thompson --
Movements and militant media : communications technology and Latin American grassroots politics / Carlos Fernandez --
Queer art/queer anarchy : an interview with Luis Jacob / Alllan Antliff --
The twilight of vanguardism / David Graeber --
Struggles at haymarket : an embattled history of static monuments and public interventions / Nicolas Lampert --
Better a one-legged man than a woman / Erika Biddle --
Branding anti-consumerism : the capitalistic nature of anti-corporate activism / Anne Elizabeth Moore --
Reappropriate the imagination! / Cindy Milstein.
Responsibility: Josh MacPhee and Erik Reuland.

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Exploring the close relationship between aesthetics and politics in anti-authoritarian social movements, 'Realizing the Impossible' discusses an influence which has been felt in both directions - from cubism and surrealism to political resistance and activism.

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