Art for an Undivided Earth: The American Indian Movement Generation, by Jessica L. Horton. Duke University Press/296 pp./$26.95 (sb).
Circulation, edited by François Brunet. Terra Foundation for American Art/224 pp./$24.95 (sb).
Flying Letters 1: Reading Room, edited by Nina Schjønsby. Tekstbyrået/95 pp./$20.00 (sb).
Metagaming: Playing, Competing, Spectating, Cheating, Trading, Making, and Breaking Videogames, by Stephanie Boluk and Patrick Lemieux. University of Minnesota Press/379 pp./$30.00 (sb).
Photography after Photography: Gender, Genre, History, by Abigail Solomon-Godeau; edited by Sarah Parsons. Duke University Press/255 pp./$25.95 (sb).
Photography and the Optical Unconscious, edited by Shawn Michelle Smith and Sharon Sliwinski. Duke University Press/381 pp./$28.95 (sb).
Risking Life and Lens: A Photographic Memoir, by Helen M. Stummer. Temple University Press/228 pp./$34.95 (sb).
Transitory City (special issue of Slag Glass City magazine), edited by Barrie Jean Borich. DePaul University Department of English/55 pp./price unknown (sb).
Wish for Amnesia: A Tale about a Family, and Time and Art and Science, Religion, Philosophy and Current Events, by Barbara Rosenthal. Deadly Chaps Press/287 pp./$15.00 (sb).
Worried About the Wrong Things: Youth, Risk, and Opportunity in the Digital World, by Jacqueline Ryan Vickery. MIT Press/339 pp./$35.00 (hb). [Ed. note: See the full review in our forthcoming special double issue on Media Literacy in a “Post-factual” Age, Afterimage 45.2&3 (Sept/Oct/Nov/Dec 2017).]
William Kentridge: Being Led by the Nose, by Jane Taylor. University of Chicago Press/163 pp./$35.00 (hb).
Andy Warhol: Dark Star, edited by Douglas Fogle. Published in conjunction with the exhibition of the same name at Museo Jumex, Mexico City, June 2–Sept. 17, 2017. DelMonico Books/Prestel in association with Fundación Jumex Arte Contemporáneo/207 pp./$49.95 (hb).