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MIRA SCHOR  
A Decade of Negative Thinking: Essays on Art, Politics, and Daily Life
Mira Schor (Author)
Book Description: A Decade of Negative Thinking brings together writings on contemporary art and culture by the painter and feminist art theorist Mira Schor. Mixing theory and practice, the personal and the political, she tackles questions about the place of feminism in art and political discourse, the aesthetics and values of contemporary painting, and the influence of the market on the creation of art. Paperback: 336 pages. Publisher: Duke University Press Books (January 4, 2010).
Poetry Plastique
Jay Sanders (Editor), Mira Schor (Author)
Book Description: Accompanying a unique exhibition at the respected Marianne Boesky Gallery in New York, this book is a remarkable combination of the work of poets and artists, that explores in new ways the relationship between the visual and the verbal. In his preface, Charles Bernstein writes: "Not words and pictures but poems as visual objects. Paperback: 96 pages. Publisher: Granary Books/Marianne Boesky Gallery (June 2, 2001).
Wet: On Painting, Feminism, and Art Culture
Mira Schor (Author)
Book Description: Taking aim at the mostly male bastion of art theory and criticism, Mira Schor brings a maverick perspective and provocative voice to the issues of contemporary painting, gender representation, and feminist art. Writing from her dual perspective of a practicing painter and art critic, Schor's writing has been widely read over the past fifteen years in Artforum, Art Journal, Heresies, and M/E/A/N/I/N/G. Paperback: 280 pages. Publisher: Duke University Press Books (February 21, 1997)
ANGELA STRASSHEIM  
Angela Strassheim: Left Behind
Daniel Strong (Editor), Jean Dykstra (Author), Angela Strassheim (Photographer)
Book Description: An old woman with pink skin and suit, lying in a pink coffin; a family saying Grace in a McDonald's; a little girl in her ballet costume, standing on a windowsill. This first monograph on the rising photographer, Angela Strassheim, whose work was noted at last year's Whitney Biennial, features a concise selection of recent photographs which center around her born-again Christian family and other domestic narratives inspired by her odd childhood and even more unusual adult life. Hardcover: 60 pages. Publisher: Grinnell College (March 1, 2007).
CHRISTER STROMHOLM  
Les Amies De Place Blanche, Vol 2
Vincent Marcilhacy, Joakim Stromholm (Editors); Christian Caujolle, Helene Hazera, Johan Ehrenberg, Christer Stromholm (Authors)
Book Description: This is a book about insecurity. A portayal of those living a different life in the big city of Paris, of people who endured the roughness of the streets. This is a book about humiliation, about the smell of whores and night life in cafes. This is a book about the quest for self-idendity, about the right to live, about the right to own and control one's own body. This is also a book about friendship, an account of the life we lived in the place Blanche and place Pigalle neighbourhood. Hardcover: pages. Hardcover: 224 pages. Publisher: Dewi Lewis (November, 2011).