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Reflections on Mark Fisher's Essay on "Capitalist Realism"

Fisher's book on Capitalist Realism remains a popular reference point for many would be anti-capitalists in the UK. As such, we have decided to translate this new review from our comrades in Italy, where the book has only recently been published. See also our reviews of Inventing the Future: Postcapitalism and a World Without Work and Postcapitalism: A Guide to Our Future by authors from a similar milieu.

What is Dadaism and what does it want in Germany? - Dadaist Revolutionary Central Council

Manifesto written by Richard Huelsenbeck and Raoul Hausmann, first published in 'Der Dada 1' (1919), in the context of the unfolding, German revolution.

Anarchy #091

Issue of Anarchy magazine from September 1968 focusing on art and artists.

The Art Of Anarchy - Flavio Constantini

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Book of artwork by Italian artist Flavio Constantini (1926-2013).

Originally published 1 May 1975 by Cienfuegos Press, republished 1 May 1986 by Black Flag.

Libcom also hosts a gallery of Flavio Constantini's work (much of it in colour)

See also:

Flavio Constantini at Christie Books.
Archivio Flavio Costantini.

Oiseau-tempête : Second issue

Oiseau-tempête

This is a translation of a magazine published by a french collective from 1997 to 2006. The original issues can be found here, in French.

Summary of the second issue (fall 1997) :
-THE IMMIGRANT AND THE « LAW OF POPULATION » IN MODERN CAPITALISM
-WHAT'S UP WITH THE GREEKS ?
-JUNE 36 : BEHIND THE SCENES
-SERGE BRICIANER, SHADES OF BLACK AND BRIGHT RED.
-THE MYTHS OF EXPERIMENTAL SCIENCE
-THE LOVES OF ART AND MONEY
-« DECHERVELAGE »

Oiseau-tempête : first issue

Oiseau-tempête

This is a translation of a magazine published by a french collective from 1997 to 2006. The original issues can be found here, in French.

Summary of this first issue (Spring 1997) :
- « FACING HISTORY »
- NOTICE TO ADEPTS OF WORK
- THE NATION-STATE AND NATIONALISM
- FACE TO FACE
- FALLOUT FROM THE COLD WAR

An introduction to my blog, and notes on an anarchist approach to industrial art

Still from the Spanish-made anarchist film, Nuestro culpable

A short post detailing the ethos behind my blog, and an example of me attempting to apply this ethos to a practical problem: that of collective creative art.