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Publishing program

Past Events Publishing program

Garage and Ad Marginem Press collaborate to create new publications

Garage Center for Contemporary Culture announced the launch of a joint publishing program with Ad Marginem Press, specializing in texts on contemporary culture. The new series will include publications on contemporary art and architecture, new media, photography, theater, cinema, sociology and cultural marketing.

Published texts will include theory and criticism, fiction, diaries and collections of interviews and will encompass well-known classical texts by 20th century thinkers, together with new publications such as Jonathan Littell’s Triptych: How To Look At Francis Bacon (2012). The first publications will be Gilles Deleuze’s Cinema and John Seabrook’s Nobrow: The Culture of Marketing, the Marketing of Culture. Also this year, the first publications in Russian of Politicians of Poetics, a selection of collected essays from the earlier Art Power and Going Public, by Boris Groys; History of Curating by Hans Ulrich Obrist and Bento’s Sketchbook by Booker Prize winner John Berger will be published. These titles contribute to delineating the notion of the ‘contemporary’, and they allow the reader to shape an individual outlook on contemporary culture.

Dasha Zhukova, founder of Garage, commented, ‘We would like to bridge the gap in terms of knowledge and information on contemporary culture. Russia is developing a new community of artists, curators and contemporary art lovers, but there are virtually no books in Russian which comment on contemporary culture, so this is a chance to make a difference.’