Art Gangs explores the work of artists groups in New York City after 1968. From the Art Workers Coalition through Art & Language, Colab and Group Material in the 1980s, in Soho and the Lower East Side, these collectives built the postmodern art world.
A collection of short stories focusing on the formative and tumultuous moments in the lives of two women as children and adults, whose relationship to one another is cast in an ambiguous light, and whose characters are abstracted within the context of each story.
A look at the Islamic pirates and the Europeans that joined them, from the 16th–19th centuries, with particular reference to the independent Pirate Republic of Sale in 17th century Morocco. Swashbuckling never looked so good. Now in a revised, expanded, and updated edition no less, with a new essay by the author Peter Lamborn Wilson.
"Thanks to Kempton’s engaging history, Amsterdam’s Provos will careen into your heart on their white bicycles, toss you a chicken, and renew an anarchism that both provoked authority and promised a free and communal civic space." — Cindy Milstein, Institute for Anarchist Studies
Imagining the Future: Insurrection, Movement, Commons Following on the prior anthology Revolutionary Writing, this volume of essays in and about contemporary radical political theory is organized in three main parts.