Book: Reproduce & Revolt

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An unprecedented contribution to contemporary social movements, Reproduce & Revolt highlights how artists around the globe are responding to some of the most pressing issues of the 21st century, including topics such as gender inequality, environmental injustice, prison reform, queer liberation, immigration, globalization, and labor rights. Featuring artists from around the world, including the United States, Mexico, Argentina, France, Germany, and Canada, this collection offers a moving account of struggle, determination, and resilience. Reproduce & Revolt will appeal to art lovers - and activists - of all ages.

Josh MacPhee is an artist, curator, writer and activist currently living in Brooklyn, N.Y. His work often revolves around themes of radical politics, privatization and public space. He organizes the Celebrate People’s History Poster Series, in which different artists create posters to document moments in political history. He is also part of the political art collective He is the author of Stencil Pirates (Soft Skull Press), co-editor of Realizing the Impossible (AK Press) and his work has been profiled by Clamor Magazine, In These Times, Punk Planet, Utne Reader, and many other publications.
Favianna Rodriguez is an artist-entrepreneur who has helped foster a resurgence in political arts both locally and internationally. Favianna's posters deal with social issues such as war, immigration, globalization, and social movements. Her work appears in The Design of Dissent (Rockport Publishers, 2006), Peace Signs: The Anti-War Movement Illustrated (Edition Olms, 2004), and The Triumph of Our Communities: Four Decades of Chicano Art (Bilingual Review Press, 2005). She is co-founder of Tumis Inc., a bilingual design studio serving social justice organizations, as well as the EastSide Arts Alliance (ESAA) and Visual Element, both founded to train emerging artists.