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ANTLIFF, Allan. Additional bibliography
Article published on 7 November 2013
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“We are all Anarchists” and “Anarchy at Documenta,” Luis Jacob: Towards a
Theory of Impressionist and Expressionist Spectatorship
Köln: Verlag der
Buchenhandlung Walther König (2009): 47-52; 135-142 (German/English).

“Luis Jacob,” Documentz Kassel: 16/06-23/09 (exhibition catalogue) Berlin:
Taschen (2007): 172; 262.

“Palestine without Borders,” Made in Palestine, ed. Jim Harithas. Ex. cat.
Houston: Station Art Gallery (2004): 86-87.

Edited Journals

Guest Editor, “Art and Anarchy,” Anarchist Developments in Cultural
2:2 (2011): 213 pg.

Other Publications

“About this issue’s cover: 9 Eyes,” Anarchist Studies 21:1 (2013), 6-8.

“Participatory Surveillance & the Internet Commons,” BlackFlash: Art,
Photography, New Media
Vol. 29 no. 3 (2013): 32-39.

“About this issue’s cover: The Life We Live, The Death We Die,” Anarchist
20:2 (2012), 6-10.

“About this issue’s cover: Money Talks Too Much, Occupy!,” Anarchist
Studies 20:1 (2012), 6.

“About this issue’s cover: Clifford Harper,” Anarchist Studies 19:2
(2011), 5-6.

“Introduction: Art and Anarchy,” Anarchist Developments in Cultural
2:2 (2011): 7-8.

“About this issue’s cover: Clifford Harper,” Anarchist Studies 19:2
(2011): 5-6.

“About this issue’s cover: Kinoshita Shūichirō’s ‘Psychological
Portrait of an Anarchist of Decisive Action’,” Anarchist Studies 19:1
(2011), 5-6.

“About this issue’s cover: Leo Tolstoy’s Anarchism,” Anarchist Studies
18:2 (2010): 5.

“About this issue’s cover: Anti-Olympics ‘Salmon Puppet’,” Anarchist
18:1 (2010): 5.

“Anarchism, Canada”; “Gross, Otto”; “Havel, Hippolyte”; The International
Encyclopedia of Revolution and Protest: 1500 to the Present
, London:
Blackwell Publishing, (2009, revised edition, 2010): 1000 words; 250
words; 250 words.

“Au/Travail,” Byproduct: On the Excess of Embedded Art Practices (Toronto
and New York: YYZ Books and REV, 2010): 264 words.

“About this issue’s cover: Matthew Butcher’s ‘Model for a Monument’,”
Anarchist Studies 17:2 (2009): 5.

“Anarchic Artistic Dissidence,” Dissident Art Exhibition, exh. cat.
Montreal, September 5-28, 2009: 2.

“Richard Mock: An Appreciation,” Anarchist Studies 14: 2 (2006): 99-100;
reprinted in Alternative Press Review 10 no. 2 (2006): 6-7.

“Domestic Terrorism: Criminalizing Art,” Alternative Press Review, 7 no. 1
(2002): 9-10.

Art Reviews

“Terrorvision,” Exit Art, New York, Canadian Art Magazine 22 no. 3 (2004):

“Memoirs of Water,” Station, Houston C Magazine no. 46 (Summer, 2004): 84.

“Artist/Architect/Activist Adrian Blackwell,” Vue Weekly January
23-January 29, 2003: 4.

“Luis Jacob’s Edifice Complex,” Vue Weekly January 31-February 6, 2002: 4.

“Richard Mock’s Money Lures,” The Works Arts Festival, Fuse 23 no. 4
(2000): 41-42.

Book Reviews

Commerce by Artists, Luis Jacob, ed., Scapegoat no. 4 (2013): 406-409.

Wobblies! A Graphic History of the Industrial Workers of the World, Paul
Buhle and Nicole Schulman, eds. Anarchy No. 60 (Fall-Winter, 2005-6):

Workers’ Councils by Anton Pannekoek, Anarchy no. 56 (Fall-Winter,

Penny Rimbaud aka J.J. Ratter, Shibboleth: My Revolting Life and Gee
Vaucher, Crass Art and Other Pre Post-Modernist Monsters
, Anarchist
11 no. 2 (2003): 185-186.

John Zerzan, Running on Emptiness, Anarchy no. 55 (Spring-Summer, 2003):

The Defiant: Prisoners in the Global Resistance, ed. By Rob Los Ricos and
the Anarchist Prisoners’ Legal Aid Network, Alternative Press Review 8
(Spring, 2003): 71-72.

Antonio Tellez, Sabate: Guerilla Extraordinary, Alternative Press Review 8
(Spring, 2003): 71-72.

LAB USA: Illuminated Documents by Kevin Pyle, Alternative Press Review 7
no. 1 (2002): 76.

Duchamp in Context: Science and Technology in the Large Glass and Related
by Linda Dalrymple Henderson, CAA Reviews On Line (2001): 1000

Papers, Lectures, Addresses


Host of “Guernica, a Political Odyssey”: a one-hour radio show on the
history of Pablo Picasso’s Guernica (1937) for the CBC National Radio
Program Ideas (March 19, 2007).

Host of “Art, Anarchy, and Activism”: a one-hour radio show on art and
activism in North America for the CBC National Radio Program Ideas (June
and October, 2002).