Boris Groys (Ed.)
The Soviet Union was still going strong in the 1970s when a group of dissident artists now known as the
Moscow Conceptualists began using their work to confront the triumphs and failures of socialism.
East Coast Europe, which took place during Spring 2008, is a project about the perceptions of contemporary European identity and its relation to spatial practices and international politics.
London-based artist Shezad Dawood uses this book to expound upon his film, Feature, which deconstructs the iconography and mythology of the classic Hollywood western by presenting a series of live performances that were linked by the Battle of Big Horn narrative.
An engrossing collection of writings and interviews by Berlin-based artist Peter Friedl brings together – for the first time – wide-ranging work dating back almost 30 years.