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ERIC BAUDELAIRE

ERIC BAUDELAIRE

Anabases

Anna Colin (Ed.)

In Anabases filmmaker and visual artist Eric Baudelaire revisits the political and personal saga of the Japanese Red Army as ‘anabasis’s’—an allegory of a journey into the unknown and return home.

GORDON BENNETT

GORDON BENNETT

Be Polite™

Aileen Burns & Johan Lundh (Eds.)

Gordon Bennett: Be Polite™ follows the Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane (2016) exhibition of largely unseen works on paper by one of Australia’s most visionary and critical artists, Gordon Bennett (1955–2014).

JUDITH BERNSTEIN

JUDITH BERNSTEIN

Dicks of Death

For over five decades, New York–based feminist artist Judith Bernstein’s most powerful and intense relationship has been with her work.

BOOKS AND IDEAS AFTER SETH SIEGELAUB

BOOKS AND IDEAS AFTER SETH SIEGELAUB

Michalis Pichler (Ed.)

Seth Siegelaub, (b.