Books that propose alternative forms of city-making and architecture: all 40% off until the end of September.
Our art and aesthetics reading for the academic year ahead: all 40% off until the end of September.
Who are our cities for? A reading list on the geography of inequality, the politics of cities and planning and the fights for more just and sustainable urban environments.
What forms of participation are available to us in the wider moral and political economy of cultural production, now and in the imaginable near-future?
Our definitive collection on Art and Politics.
Books that you probably won't find on your student reading lists this year, but should definitely be on your shelves.
Don't get tide down in apathy. Dive into our alternative beach reading and spend the summer dreaming about life after capitalism!
The acclaimed art fanzine’s psychogeographic drifts through a ruined city.
If the corporate-speak of the finance-capital matrix becomes the official text of the city then perhaps it is the alleys, unmarked paths and towpaths that harbour our unformed thoughts, half-remembered dreams and repressed memories.
Key reading on our cities and the geography of inequality, politics, and identity.