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Gregory Sholette

GREGORY SHOLETTE is an artist and writer whose books include It's The Political Economy, Stupid, and Dark Matter: Art and Politics in an Age of Enterprise Culture (both Pluto Press UK). He exhibits at Station Independent Projects and is an associate of Harvard University's Graduate School of Design program and a lead faculty member of Social Practice Queens at Queens College.

Bertolt Brecht

Philip Glahn informs us at the very start of this scholarly, readable volume that he has no intention of writing one more candid exposé of Bertolt Brecht, the German playwright, poet, and intellectual who is conceivably the most influential theorist-practitioner of politically engaged art of the past century.


The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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