DIK Fagazine #11 - Homosexualité communiste?
|Publisher: Queer Archives Institute|
|Publication date: January 2017|
|Size: 21 x 28,5 cm|
|Edition of: 500 (numbered)|
DIK Fagazine is the first and, so far, the only art magazine from Central and Eastern Europe concentrated on homosexuality and masculinity. It combines queer archival research with contemporary art contributions. Founded in 2005 by artist Karol Radziszewski. The journal is based in Poland, published in English and distributed worldwide. No 11 is a special, bilingual (English-French) edition published on the occasion of the “Communist Homosexuality (1945-1989)” international conference in Paris. It's DIK's "the very best of” as it comprises a selection of previously published interviews, texts and archival photos, as well as new materials. Guest editor: Mathieu Lericq / Contributors: Boris L. Davidovich, Libuše Jarcovjáková, Ryszard Kisiel, Slava Mogutin, Jaanus Samma among others / Design: Martin Falck