10 Issues of ZG Magazine. - Rosetta Brooks
BROOKS, Rosetta ed.
10 Issues of ZG Magazine.
ZG No 6: STREET VISION.
ZG No 7: DESIRE.
ZG No 8: HEROES.
ZG 80 No1.
ZG 80 No2: Sadomasochism Its expression and style. Film, Fashion, Photography, Art.
ZG 81 No 1: IMAGE CULTURE.
ZG 81 No 2: FUTURE DREAD.
ZG 81 No 3. NEW YORK.
ZG No 9: BREAKDOWN.
ZG No 11: DOUBLE TROUBLE.
Folio. B&w printing with illustrations. Spot colour illustrated stapled wrappers. Each issue 16 - 35pp. London: Gallery House Press/ ZG Magazine. 1981 - 1984.
All volumes with heavy creases to the middle of the publication. ZG 80 No 2 has a long tear at the centre of the wrapper.
Ten issues of the seminal art, theory and culture magazine edited by Rosetta Brooks. Each issue is focused around a theme with contributions from writers in London and New York. The publication tackled a broad range of subjects including sexuality, body image, video art, graffiti, noise music, radical politics and technology.
Iconic cover artwork from Robert Mapplethorpe, Laurie Simmons and Cindy Sherman. Interviews with Victor Burgin, Glenn Branca, Annette Messager, Felix Guattari, Jack Goldstein and Malcolm McLaren. Kim Gordon writes on redefining masculinity in contemporary art. Dan Graham considers the object of desire in Bow Wow Wow.