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Alferi, Pierre and Aulagnier, Piera and Auster, Paul and Cusset, François and Dorra, Max and Foucault, Michel and Le Clézio, J. M. G. and Pontalis, Jean-Bertrand. Dossier Wolfson ou L'affaire du « Schizo et les langues ». Paris, France: Gallimard, 2009.
Noble, Richard and Adorno, Theodor and Bernard, Catherine and Bloch, Ernst and Bois, Yve-Alain and Bourriaud, Nicolas and Buchloch, Benjamin H.D. and Farquharson, Alex and Foster, Hal and Foucault, Michel and Green, Alison and Jameson, Frederic and Kunzru, Hari and Kuspit, Donald and Léon, Dermis P. and Marx, Karl and Millar, Jeremy and More, Thomas and Morris, William and Nesbitt, Molly and Obrist, Hans Ulrich and Orwell, George and Rancière, Jacques and Rosenthal, Stephanie and Ruf, Beatrix. Utopias. London, England: Whitechapel Gallery; Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2009.
Baudrillard, Jean and Bronfen, Elisabeth and Clover, Carol J. and Colomina, Beatriz and Crimp, Douglas and Derrida, Jacques and Dyer, Richard and Eco, Umberto and Ellis, Bret Easton and Fairbrother, Trevor and Farquharson, Alex and Foster, Hal and Foucault, Michel and Freud, Sigmund and Gibson, William and Grunenberg, Christoph and Hainley, Bruce and Jones, Amelia and Kelley, Mike and Kosofsky, Eve Sedgwick and Kristeva, Julia and Lacan, Jacques and McGrath, Patrick and Mercer, Kobena and Meyer, James and Poe, Edgar Allan and Rice, Anne and Ross, Andrew and Shelley, Mary and Spector, Nancy and Vidler, Anthony and Wall, Jeff and Warner, Marina and Zizek, Slavoj and Williams, Gilda. The Gothic. London, England: Whitechapel Art Gallery; Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2007.
Merewether, Charles and Freud, Sigmund and Boltanski, Christian and Foucault, Michel and Warhol, Andy and Kabakov, Ilya and Agamben, Giorgio and Hiller, Susan and Green, Renée and Benjamin, Walter and Ricoeur, Paul and Sekula, Allan. The Archive. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press; London England: Whitechapel Ventures, 2006.
Schmidt-Burkhardt, Astrit and Zbikowski, Dörte and Katti, Christian and Foucault, Michel and Farocki, Harun and Virilio, Paul and Druckrey, Timothy and Campbell, Duncan and Darnton, Robert. Ctrl Space : Rhetorics of Surveillance from Bentham to Big Brother. Karlsruhe, Germany: ZKM Center for Art and Media, 2002.
Straka, Barbara and Glasmeier, Michael and Reski, Gunter and Diedrichsen, Diedrich and Graham, Rodney and Sternfeld, Joel and Hoffmann-Curtius, Kathrin and Kröncke, Meike and Hartel, Gaby and Foucault, Michel and Godard, Jean-Luc and Stein, Gertrude and Boltanski, Christian and Seltzer, Andreas and Friedell, Egon and De Quincey, Thomas and Zahlten, Johannes and Weegee. Private Eye : Crimes & Cases. Berlin, Allemagne: Haus am Waldsee, 1999.
Deleuze, Gilles and Guattari, Félix and Foucault, Michel and Seem, Mark. Anti-Oedipus : Capitalism and Schizophrenia. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 1998.
Wallis, Brian and Alloway, Lawrence and Andre, Carl and Atkinson, Terry and Aycock, Alice and Baker, George and Baldessari, John and Baldwin, Michael and Ballard, J.g. and Bann, Stephen and Barrell, John and Baudrillard, Jean and Beardsley, John and Beaumont, Betty and Benjamin, Walter and Bloom, Doris and Brett, Guy and Brown, Julia and Burke, Edmund and Burnham, Jack and Carson, Rachel and Chin, Mel and Coplans, John and Debord, Guy and Demarco, Richard and De Maria, Walter and Denes, Agnes and Dibbets, Jan and Dion, Mark and Endo, Toshikatsu and Feigenbaum, Harriet and Fehr, Michael and Fend, Peter and Finlay, Ian Hamilton and Foucault, Michel and Freud, Sigmund and Fried, Michael and Friedman, Kenneth and Fulton, Hamish and Furlong, William and Geva, Avital and Golan, Smadar and Goldsworthy, Andy and Gould, Stephen Jay and Harkavy, Donna and Harrison, Helen Mayer and Harrison, Newton and Heiss, Alanna and Hickey, Dave and Holt, Nancy and Huebler, Douglas and Hutchinson, Peter and Jackson, John Brinckerhoff and Johanson, Patricia and Kentridge, William and Kerouac, Jack and Krauss, Rosalind and Kurtz, Bruce and Linker, Kate and Lippard, Lucy R. and Long, Richard and Lord, Chip and McEvilley, Thomas and Masheck, Joseph and Morris, Robert and Müller, Christian Philipp and Nanjo, Fumio and Ngo, Viet and Noguchi, Isamu and Oldenburg, Claes and Owens, Craig and Price, Uvedale and Rosenberg, Harold and Sauzeau-Boetti, Anne-Marie and Schama, Simon and Schum, Gerry and Serra, Richard and Sharp, Willoughby and Sherk, Bonnie and Shiraga, Fujiko and Simpson, Buster and Smithson, Robert and Sonfist, Alan and Soper, Kate and Spero, Nancy and Thoreau, Henry David and Tillim, Sidney and Tomkins, Jane and Tortosa, Guy and Turrell, James and Ukeles, Mierle Laderman and Waldman, Diane and Zaya, Octavio and Christo and Jeanne-Claude and Platform. Land And Environmental Art. London, England: Phaidon Press, 1998.
. Toronto, Ont.: Public Access Collective
De Wyzewa, Téodor and Signac, Paul and Gauguin, Paul and Freud, Sigmund and Weininger, Otto and Cézanne, Paul and Denis, Maurice and Meier-Graefe, Julius and de Chirico, Giorgio and Endell, August and Derain, André and Kirchner, Ernst Ludwig and Worringer, Wilhelm and Matisse, Henri and Fry, Roger and Kandinsky, Wassily and Marc, Franz and Macke, August and Nolde, Emil and Kokoschka, Oskar and Shevchenko, Alexander and Croce, Benedetto and Bell, Clive and Bahr, Hermann and Simmel, Georg and Weber, Max and Lenin, Vladimir Ilyich and Bergson, Henri and Blok, Alexander and Marinetti, Filippo Tommaso and Boccioni, Umberto and Delaunay, Robert and Lewis, Percy Wyndham and Marc, Franz and Léger, Fernand and Gaudier-Brzeska, Henri and Kraus, Karl and Malevich, Kasimir and Metzinger, Jean and Appolinaire, Guillaume and Rivière, Jacques and Gleizes, Albert and Metzinger, Jean and Léger, Fernand and Rozanova, Olga and Kahnweiler, Daniel-Henri and Braque, Georges and Spengler, Oswald and Carrà, Carlo and Rosenberg, Léonce and Jeanneret, Charles Edouard (Le Corbusier) and Ozenfant, Amédée and Derain, André and Lewis, Percy Wyndham and Gris, Juan and Ball, Hugo and Duchamp, Marcel and Tzara, Tristan and Hülsenbeck, Richard and Hausmann, Raoul and Blok, Alexander and Gropius, Walter and Beckmann, Max and Peichstein, Max and Grosz, George and Picabia, Francis and Ray, Man and Shklovsky, Viktor and van Doesburg, Theo and Mondrian, Piet and Gabo, Naum and Pevsner, Anton and Lissitsky, El and Tatlin, Vladimir and Popova, Lyubov and Punin, Nikolai and Rodchenko, Alexander and Stepanova, Varvara and Gan, Alexei and Lissitsky, El and Ehrenberg, Ilya and Brik, Osip and Klee, Paul and Crane, Hart and Hofmann, Hans and Strzeminski, Wladyslaw and Gabo, Naum and Hepworth, Barbara and Lassaw, Ibram and Nicholson, Ben and Siqueiros, David A. and Dix, Otto and Grosz, George and Rosenberg, Alfred and Lukacs, Georg and Rivera, Diego and Sironi, Mario and Zhdanov, Andrei and Davis, Stuart and Weinstock, Clarence and Wood, Grant and Klingender, Francis and Hitler, Adolf and Trotsky, Leon and Aragon, Louis and Breton, André and Herzfelde, Wieland and Brik, Osip and Tretyakov, Sergei and Kracauer, Siegfried and Volosinov, V.n. and Bataille, Georges and Dali, Salvador and Brecht, Bertolt and Léger, Fernand and Malevich, Kasimir and Read, Herbert and Schapiro, Meyer and Mukarovsky, Jan and Adorno, Theodor and Bloch, Ernst and Rosenberg, Harold and Pollock, Jackson and Gottlieb, Harold and Rothko, Mark and Newman, Barnett and Still, Clyfford and Sartre, Jean-Paul and Dubuffet, Jean and Artaud, Antonin and Beckett, Samuel and Duthuit, Georges and Lacan, Jacques and Atlan, Jean-Michel and Ponge, Francis and Camus, Albert and Tapié, Michel and Baselitz, George and Bacon, Francis and De Vlaminck, Maurice and Horkheimer, Max and Motherwell, Robert and Picasso, Pablo and Fontana, Lucio and Kemenov, Vladimir and Jorn, Asger and Fougeron, André and Dondero, George and Schlesinger, Arthur M. Jr. and Barr, Alfred H. Jr. and Shahn, Ben and Moore, Henry and Barthes, Roland and Debord, Guy and Alloway, Lawrence and Kaprow, Alan and Manzoni, Piero and Restany, Pierre and Williams, Raymond and Cage, John and Johns, Jasper and Hamilton, Richard and Oldenburg, Claes and Warhol, Andy and Lichtenstein, Roy and Kubler, George and McLuhan, Marshall and Smith, Tony and Robbe-Grillet, Alain and Smith, David and Merleau-Ponty, Maurice and Grennberg, Clement and Adorno, Theodor and Fried, Michel and Olitski, Jules and Cavell, Stanley and Tucker, William and Scott, Yim and Wollheim, Richard and Klein, Yves and Stella, Frank and Reinhardt, Ad and Judd, Donald and Morris, Robert and LeWitt, Sol and Barry, Robert and Kosuth, Joseph and Buren, Daniel and Mosset, Olivier and Parmentier, Michel and Toroni, Niele and Atkinson, Terry and Baldwin, Michael and Burn, Ian and Ramsden, Mel and Weiner, Lawrence and Burgin, Victor and Murphy, John A. and Celant, Germano and Lippard, Lucy and Beuys, Joseph and Haacke, Hans and Burn, Ian and Derrida, Jacques and Foucault, Michel and Althusser, Louis and Kuhn, Thomas and Smithson, Robert and Steinberg, Leo and Krauss, Rosalind and Baudrillard, Jean and Kristeva, Julia and Mulvey, Laura and Jameson, Fredric and Williams, Raymond and Bell, Daniel and Lyotard, Jean-François and Habermas, Jurgen and Judd, Donald and Richter, Gerhard and Owens, Craig and Foster, Hal and Levine, Sherrie and Kruger, Barbara and Halley, Peter and Steinbach, Haim and Koons, Jeff and Taaffe, Philip and Bickerton, Ashley and Said, Edward and Kelly, Mary and Wodiczko, Krzysztof and Rose, Jacqueline and Mitchell, W.j.t. and Schier, Flint and Spivak, Gayatri Chakravorti and Serra, Richard and Novembergruppe and Novembergruppe Opposition and De Stijl and UNOVIS and KOMFUT and Abstraction-Création and American Abstract Artists and AKhRR and Red Group and ARBKD and Central Committee for All-Union Communist Party and John Reed Club of New York and October and Constant and Art Workers' Coalition and Art & Language. Art in Theory 1900-1990 : An Anthology of Changing Ideas. Cambridge, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 1992.
Hamon, Philippe and Hamon, Philippe and D'Halicarnasse, Denys and Vida, M.g. and Boileau-Despréaux, Nicolas and Gibert, Balthasar and Fontanier, Pierre and Carpentier, L.j.m. and Bullet, Pierre and De Buffon, Georges-Louis and Daubenton, Louis J. Marie and Mestre, Père and Vessiot, Alexandre and Lanson, Gustave and Albalat, Antoine and Marmontel, Jean-François and Sulzer, Jean-Georges and De Saint-Lambert, Jean-François and Blair, Hugh and De Piis, Pierre-Antoine and De Chateaubriand, François-René and Michaud, Joseph and Pivert De Senancour, Étienne and Nodier, Charles and Nisard, Désiré and Larousse, Pierre and Tatius, Achille and Rimbaud, Arthur and De Ronsard, Pierre and Diderot, Denis and Delacroix, Eugène and Sainte-Beuve, Charles-Augustin and De Balzac, Honoré and Gautier, Théophile and Villiers de l'Isle-Adam, Jean-Marie and Verne, Jules and Thulié, Henri and Flaubert, Gustave and De Goncourt, Edmond and De Goncourt, Jules and Zola, Émile and Bourget, Paul and Rodenbach, Georges and Valéry, Paul and Breton, André and Gracq, Julien and Ponge, Francis and Sartre, Jean-Paul and Robbe-Grillet, Alain and Simon, Claude and Perec, Georges and Coypel, Charles-Antoine and Lessing, Gotthold Ephraïm and Lanson, Gustave and Lukacs, Georg and Jakobson, Roman and Lotman, Iouri and Auerbach, Erich and Barthes, Roland and Foucault, Michel and Genette, Gérard and Quintilien and Aphtonius and Goyer-Linguet and Longus and Philostrate and Champfleury. La description littéraire : De l'Antiquité à Roland Barthes : Anthologie de textes théoriques et critiques. Paris, France: Macula, 1991.
Tucker, Marcia and Ferguson, Russell and Foucault, Michel and Deleuze, Gilles and Fusco, Coco and Jayamanne, Laleen and Thornton, Leslie and Minh-Ha, Trinh T. and Glass, Dee Dee and Mulvey, Laura and Williamson, Judith and Pollock, Griselda and Jardine, Alice and Mariant, Phil and Crary, Jonathan and Adamson, Walter and Weinstein, Jeff and Fouratt, Jim and Russo, Vito and Millett, Kate and Bell, Arthur and White, Edmund and Harris, Bertha and Fiss, Karen and Fairbrother, Trevor and Borofsky, Jonathan and Horsfield, Kate and Blumenthal, Lyn and Birnbaum, Dara and Deitcher, David and Jones, Kellie and McLaren, Malcolm and Hell, Richard and Sprouse, Stephen and Marcus, Greil and Savage, Jon and Paylor, Paul and Shante, Roxanne and Jackson, Millie and Money, Yvette and Pearlman, Jill and Bartlett, Neil and Johnson, Scott and Anderson, Laurie and Davis, Anthony and Reich, Steve and Crimp, Douglas and Deutsche, Rosalyn and Lajer-Burcharth, Ewa and Johnson, Philip and Burgee, John and Krier, Leon and Ando, Tadao and McEvilley, Tom and Rubin, William and Varnedoe, Kirk and Clifford, James and Lévy, Bernard-Henri and Gallop, Jane and Sweet Tee and Sparky D and Ms. Melodie and Peaches and Synquis. Discourses : Conversations in Postmodern Art and Culture. New York, NY: The New Museum of Contemporary Art; Cambridge, MA: s.n., 1990.
Hume, David and Kant, Immanuel and Hegel, G.w.f. and Nietzsche, Friedrich and Tolstoy, Leo and Bell, Clive and Collingwood, R.g. and Dewey, John and Langer, Susanne and Goodman, Nelson and Heidegger, Martin and Merleau-Ponty, Maurice and Ross, Stephen David and Pepper, Stephen and Hirsch, E.D. Jr. and Gadamer, Hans-Georg and Ricoeur, Paul and Derrida, Jacques and Foucault, Michel and Bullough, Edward and Danto, Arthur C. and Bakhtin, Mikhail Mikhailovich and Freud, Sigmund and Jung, Carl Gustav and Vygotsky, Lev and Benjamin, Walter and Adorno, Theodor W. and Marcuse, Herbert and Gottner-Abendroth, Heide and Cixous, Hélène and Owens, Craig and Lyotard, Jean-François and Marinetti, F.t. and Boccioni, Umberto and Malevich, Kasimir and Kandinsky, Wassily and Mondrian, Piet and LeWitt, Sol and Plato and Aristotle. Art and its Significance : An Anthology of Aesthetic Theory. 2nd ed. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1987.
Foucault, Michel. Histoire de la sexualité 3 : Le Souci de soi. Paris, France: Gallimard, 1984.
Foucault, Michel. Histoire de la sexualité 2 : L'Usage des plaisirs. Paris, France: Gallimard, 1984.
Wallis, Brian and Acker, Kathy and Baudrillard, Jean and Borges, Jorge Luis and Crary, Jonathan and Foster, Hal and Hoberman, J. and Jameson, Fredric and Krauss, Rosalind and Lawson, Thomas and Lippard, Lucy R. and Owens, Craig and Rosler, Martha and Buchloh, Benjamin H.D. and Kuspit, Donald B. and Barthes, Roland and Mulvey, Laura and Penley, Constance and Linker, Kate and Foucault, Michel. Art After Modernism : Rethinking Representation. New York, NY: The New Museum of Contemporary Art; Boston, MA: s.n., 1984.
Caughie, John and Buscombe, Edward and Sarris, Andrew and Marcorelles, Louis and Anderson, Lindsay and Wollen, Peter and Cormolli, Jean-Louis and Narboni, Jean and Eckert, Charles and Henderson, Brian and Oudart, Jean-Pierre and Barthes, Roland and Heath, Stephen and Metz, Christian and Nowell-Smith, Geoffrey and Flitterman, Sandy and Brown, Nick and Cook, Pam and Foucault, Michel. Theories of Authorship : A Reader. London, England: Routledge & Kegan Paul; s.l.: British Film Institute, 1981.
Foucault, Michel. Histoire de la sexualité 1 : La Volonté de savoir. Paris, France: Gallimard, 1976.
Foucault, Michel. L'Archéologie du savoir. Paris, France: Gallimard, 1969.
Foucault, Michel. Les mots et les choses : Une archéologie des sciences humaines. Paris, France: Gallimard, 1966.