Yes Yes Yes. Revolutionary press in Italy. 1966-1977 from Mondo Beat to Zut.
Densely filled with reproductions of newspapers, magazines, mimeographs, news-sheets, pamphlets, and other ephemera, this book investigates the Italian revolutionary printing scene during the turbulent years between 1966 and 1977.
The activities of Italian presses were linked to the political, ideological, and counter-cultural struggle of a period of protest that involved the occupation of public spaces; these occupied areas fostered freedom and social creativity for a disillusioned generation.
A selection of over 600 publications are catalogued in this book, documenting output from the subversive newsrooms of the radical artistic and libertarian movements, along with work by “ultra-political” groups, autonomists, and other collectives seeking change.
Edited by Ulrike Bestgen
Published by a+mbookstore and Ass. Cult. Viaindustriae, 2019
Bilingual, text in English and Italian
Hardcover, 544 pages, 1- and 2-color images, 6.8 × 9.6 inches