Paul Buhle and Nicole Schulman, editors: Wobblies! A Graphic History of the Industrial Workers of the World, New York and London: Verso 2005. This gem of text and images includes (among others) the work of Peter Kuper, Harvey Pekar, Seth Tobocman, Trina Robbins, Spain Rodriguez, Sabrina Jones, Susan Simensky Bietila, Sue Coe, Mike Alewitz, Clay Butler, Roy Germon, Jay Kinney, Mike Konopacki, Josh MacPhee and Nick Thorkelson, a bibliography for further reading and reproductions of original Wobbly graphics, and more.
Birk, Sandow. Incarcerated: visions of California in the 21st Century, Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum [Santa Barbara] and Last Gasp [San Francisco], 2001.
Birk, Sandow. "In Smog and Thunder: Historical Works from The Great War of the Californias"; revised edition of exhibition catalog; forward by Bolton Colburn, essays by Claudine Isé, Marcia Tanner and curator Tyler Stallings. Includes not to be missed audio CD. Last Gasp of San Francisco, 2002.
Birk, Sandow. Dante's Paradiso, the third and concluding book in the trilogy, The Divine Comedy: Dante's Inferno, 2004; preface, Doug Harvey Dante's Purgatorio, 2005; preface, Marcia Tanner; introduction, Michael F. Meister Dante's Paradiso, 2005; preface Peter S. Hawkins; forward Mary Campbell; introduction Michael F. Meister. -- all three illustrated by Sandow Birk; text adapted by Sandow Birk and Marcus Sanders; Chronicle Books, San Francisco.
Birk, Sandow. The Depravities of War. essays by Darius A. Spieth, Paul Mullowney, Marilyn Vierra, Graham Larkin and Catharine Clark. Includes The Miseries of War plates by Jacques Callot. Grand Central Press, Santa Ana California and Hui Press Publications Makawao, Maui Hawai'i, 2007.
Horn, Emil. Mihály Biró. Verlag PlakatKonzepte, Grohnert & Weigelt, Oskar-Winter-Str. 3, D-30161 Hannover, 1996. In German with English translation by Jörn Weigelt, including a chronological bibliography, an index of printed posters from 1910-1947, and richly printed color and black and white reproductions of Biró's posters, both political and commercial.
Kelly, William, with contributions from Tom Kelly and Kevin Hasson; documented by Paul Kelly. MURALS: the bogside artists (ISBN 0-9541232-0-4 Paperback 112pp 11.95), 2001.
Three individuals make up the group known as 'The Bogside Artists' - Tom Kelly, Kevin Masson and William Kelly. William's son Paul takes care of video and documentation. The group is famous for their murals in the area of Derry, Northern Ireland, known as Free Derry Corner. These murals depict key events of 'the Troubles' in the city since 1968. The artists have lived in the Bogside most of their lives and have experienced the worst of the conflict. Their work, chronicled in this book, depicts those events that they consider to have been the most significant during the last thirty years. Also check their new website [http://www.bogsideartists.com], soon to be on-line if not already.
Santiago, Abel. En Tinta Negra y en Tinta Roja; Arturo García Bustos -- Vida y Obra. Edición de la Fundación Todos por el Istmo, A. C., 2000.
Publisher's address: Mar de la Tranquilidad 200-2, Col. Del Parque, Coyoacán, 04890, México, D. F., Coyoacán. [e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org]. Text in Spanish with many color and black and white illustrations, commemorating 50 years of professional work and struggle for social justice.
Coe, Mandy. Red Shoes. Good Stuff Press, 5 Sandringham Drive, Liverpool L17 4JN, 1997.
Coe, Mandy. Pinning the Tail on the Donkey. Spike, First Floor, Liver House, 96 Bold Street, Liverpool L1 4HY, 2000. Unlike the graphic novel Red Shoes, this is a book of word pictures (poems) without graphic illustration -- "Acutely observed and finely tuned, this collection exposes the extraordinary face of the ordinary. Its images are original, startling and deliciously close to the bone..." Patience Agbabi
Coe, Sue. Paintings and Drawings by Sue Coe, forward by Marshall Arisman; introduction by Russell Mills. The Scarecrow Press, Inc.: Metuchen NJ and London, 1985.
Coe, Sue, with text by Judith Moore. X. Raw Books & Graphics, New York (Raw Books One Shot #6), 1986.
Police State. Essay by Donald Kuspit, text by Mandy Coe, introduction by Marilyn A. Zeitlin. unbound portfolio style catalog accompanying traveling exhibition of 1982-1986 works by Sue Coe. Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond VA, 1987.
The essay by Donald Kuspit also appears as a chapter in Redeeming Art: Critical Reveries. New York: Allworth Press, 2000.
Coe, Sue, with introductory essay by Alexander Cockburn. Dead Meat. Four Walls Eight Windows: New York, 1996.
Grosz, George [translated by Nora Hodges]. George Grosz: an autobiography. University of California Press: Berkeley, 1998. (Originally published as Ein kleines Ja und ein grosses Nein, 1946).
Hess, Hans. George Grosz. Macmillan Publishing Co., Inc.: New York, 1974.
Schneede, Uwe M. George Grosz: Life and Work. Universe Books: New York, 1979.
Extensively illustrated: in addition to Grosz's art, Kollwitz, Heartfield and others and photographs 1914-1931 of political events and social conditions.
Evans, David. John Heartfield: Arbeiter Illustrierte Zeitung/Volks Illustrierte 1930-1938, Kent Gallery: New York, 1992.
Pachnicke, Peter and Honnef, Klaus, editors. John Heartfield, Harry N. Abrams, Inc.: New York, 1992.
Published in conjunction with an exhibition of the same title that traveled in Germany, UK, and the United States, 1991-1994.
Heartfield has a brief essay in the catalog, Alexander Zhitomirsky: Political Photo Montage, published on the occasion of an exhibition of Zhitomirsky's work by Robert Koch Gallery, San Francisco, 1994. Some of Zhitomirsky's photo-montages
Avermaete, Roger. Frans Masereel, Fonds Mercator 1976 / Rizzoli, 1977. Bibliography and catalogue by Hanns-Conon von der Gabelentz and Pierre Vorms. 518 illustrations
de Coster, Charles.The Glorious Adventures of Tyl Ulenspiegl, Pantheon Books: New York, 1943.
100 woodcut illustrations by Frans Masereel, "the author's compatriot," translation by Allan Ross Macdougall and introduction by Camille Huysmans.
Masereel, Frans. The Idea [Die Idee], first published 1920: Albert Kundig, Geneva; republished by The Redstone Press, 1986; reprinted 1991. © The Redstone Press: 21 Colville Terrace, London W11 2BU
Masereel, Frans. Geschichte ohne Worte: Ein Roman in Bildern (Story without words: a novel in pictures), 60 woodcuts, afterward by Herman Hesse. originally published as Histoire Sans Paroles, Geneva, 1920. Insel-Bücherei No. 433, Leipzig, 1933.
Masereel, Frans. Bilder der Grossstadt, Carl Reissner Verlag: Dresden, 1926.
Masereel, Frans. Danse Macabre, Berne: Herbert Lang, 1941. A numbered edition of 950.
Masereel, Frans. La Terre sous le Signe de Saturne Berne: Herbert Lang, 1944. A numbered edition of 550.
Masereel, Frans.La Colère, Herbert Lang: Berne, 1946. A numbered edition of 650.
Pierard, Louis. Ode à la France Meurtrie (Ode to Wounded [bloodied?] France), printed by master printer Marius Audin in Lyon, France, December 31, 1940. 311 copies, numbers 2-11 signed by the artist and author
Rolland, Romain. Peter und Lutz, a novel with 16 woodcuts by Frans Masereel. Kurt Wolff, Verlag: Munich, 1921.
Rolland, Romain. Die Révolte der Maschinen, ou la Pensée Déchainée, with 33 woodcuts by Frans Masereel. A play; first published in 1921 by Editions du Sablier, Paris. Subsequent editions include Paris: L'Edition de Pierre Vorms, 1947.
TGP: El Taller de Gráfica Popular, the workshop for popular graphic art, an album of its first 12 years, 1937-1948, in Spanish and English; 196 pages, information and reproductions of work by 50 artists, including 5 original woodcuts, La Estampa Mexicana, 1949.
Prignitz, Helga. TGP: Ein Grafiker-Kollektiv in Mexico von 1937-1977. Verlag Richard Seitz & Co.: Berlin, 1981 (in German) and also, Prignitz-Poda, Helga. El Taller de Gráfica Popular en Mexico 1937-1977. Mexico City: Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, 1992 (in Spanish)
Juan de la Cabada adapted a Mayan story of some fairly complex dealings between a snail, an anteater, a snake, a deer and the villainous zopilote (buzzard) who gets hung from a tree at the end. In Spanish, with some Maya sentences; some songs with music provided.
Carrillo Azpeitia, Rafael. Leopoldo Mendez: Dibujos, Grabados, Pinturas. Fondo Editorial de la Plastica Mexicana: Mexico City, 1984.
Reyes Palma, Francisco. Leopoldo Mendez: El Oficio de Grabar Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes: Mexico City, 1994.
Orwell, George, with illustrations by Ralph Steadman. Animal Farm: A Fairy Story, 50th Anniversary Edition, New York: Harcourt Brace & Company, 1995.
Steadman, Ralph. America, San Francisco: Straight Arrow Books, 1974.
DAVID ALFARO SIQUEIROS
Stein, Philip. Siqueiros: His Life and Works, New York: International Publishers Co., Inc., 1994. The life of David Alfaro Siqueiros as it intersected the history of Mexico and the Mexican Mural Movement; copious illustrations and bibliographic refrences.
Szyk, Arthur. The New Order , introduction by Roger W. Straus, Jr., New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1941.
Wolandt, Gerd. A. Paul Weber: Künstler und Werk , Gustav Lübbe Verlag, 1983. Well illustrated, German text.
Weber, A. Paul. Britische Bilder: 48 politische zeichnungen, Berlin: Nibelungen-Verlag, 1943.
Weber, A. Paul. Kritischer Kalender (1959-1981). These are a series of calendars in book form. Each double page consists of a Weber illustration facing a two week calendar that sits below a quote from a well known historical and/or literary figure. Among those quoted in the 1970 calendar (Clan Presse Verlag) are Theodore Adorno, Bertold Brecht, John Kenneth Galbraith, Federico Garcia Lorca, Rosa Luxembourg, Henry David Thoreau and Alexis de Tocqueville. In German.
Weber, A. Paul. Kritische Graphik: Handzeichnungen und Lithographien aus vierzig Jahren. Hamburg: Hoffmann und Campe, 1973.