Militant Eroticism - The ART+Positive Archives
Militant Eroticism, Art+Positive Archives is the first survey catalog documenting the art and practice of the pivotal 1980s collective Art+Positive, which was connected to the influential new York AIDS action group ACT UP. At the forefront in the early years of the AIDS epidemic, both groups staged self-initiated actions and massive demonstrations, while practicing an improvisational approach to activism at the intersection of the AIDS crisis and the culture wars of the late 1980s and early 1990s. Their multi-platform projects were firmly focused on fighting AIDS phobia, censorship, homophobia, misogyny, and racism within the art world. Members, collaborators, and contributors to Art+Positive included Lola flash, nan Goldin, Aldo Hernndez, Zoe Leonard, Ray navarro, Hunter Reynolds, Catherine (Saalfield) Gunn, Julie Tolentino, and David Wojnarowicz. In 2015, the archive was acquired by collector and AIDS researcher Dr. Daniel Berger. Shortly thereafter, he and artist John neff produced the first exhibition and catalog from the archive at Iceberg Projects, Chicago. Included are unpublished writings by Ray navarro, Hunter Reynolds, and David Wojnarowicz plus essays by Berger, neff, and scholar Debra Levine.
- Paperback | 130 pages
- 220 x 280 x 10.16mm | 657.71g
- 18 Feb 2018
- Sternberg Press
- New York, United States
Looking for beautiful books?
Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. Shop now .