Alina Kolar, Maria Ines Plaza Lazo, Paul Sochacki
Arts of the Working Class - #2 - May the bridges I burn light the way
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"Arts of the Working Class" is a street journal for poverty, wealth and art. It is published every two months and contains contributions by artists and thinkers from different fields and in different languages. Its terms are based upon the working class, meaning everyone, and it reports everything that belongs to everyone. Everyone who sells this street journal earns money directly. Every artist whose work is advertised, designs with us its substance.

Developed by artist Paul Sochacki and curator Maria Ines Plaza Lazo, "Arts of the Working Class" is published by Reflektor M. The street journal will be published from April 26, 2018 on. It will be available at the gallery Exile, as part of Paul Sochacki's solo show "Self- reflection ", as well as other places. Sellers receive quotas at half price.

Paul Sochacki, Maria Ines Plaza Lazo
Arts of the Working Class - #1 - A City Is A Stateless Mind
Alina Kolar, Maria Ines Plaza Lazo, Paul Sochacki
Arts of the Working Class - #3 Restless Togetherness
Alina Kolar, Maria Ines Plaza Lazo, Paul Sochacki
Arts of the Working Class - #4 Leave your obsessions under the XXXmas tree
Alina Kolar, Maria Ines Plaza Lazo, Paul Sochacki
Arts of the Working Class - #5 Unchain Change
Alina Kolar, Maria Ines Plaza Lazo, Paul Sochacki
Arts of the Working Class - #6 Art of Darkness
Alina Kolar, Maria Ines Plaza Lazo, Paul Sochacki
Arts of the Working Class #7 - The Exhausted Land
VV.AA., Alina Kolar, Maria Ines Plaza Lazo, Paul Sochacki
Arts of the Working Class #8 - Beyond the Metaphysics of the West
Alina Kolar, Maria Ines Plaza Lazo, Paul Sochacki
Arts of the Working Class #9 - Who Cares
VV.AA.
Arts of the Working Class #10: Old Cracks in New Mirrors
Giovanna Silva
Giovanna Silva: Afghanistan
Mauricio Gatti
In the Jungle There Is Much to Do
Steven Claydon, Andrea Bellini, Mark Beasley
Steven Claydon
Brian Holmes, Bureau d’Etudes, Freek Lomme
Atlas of Agendas (2nd ed.)
Contemporary Lynx 2(10)2018
Anahita Razmi
TUTTI
VV.AA.
Shaping Desired Futures
Lidija Butković Mićin, Nataša Bodrožić, Saša Šimpraga
Consumer Culture Landscapes in Socialist Yugoslavia
Mauricio Gatti
Im Urwald gibt es viel zu tun
Paula Nimer Pjota, Claudia Rodriguez Ponga Linares, Germano Dusha, Thierry Raspail
Paulo Nimer Pjota
Céline Condorelli, Andrea Lissoni
Céline Condorelli: Bau Bau

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