Last spring’s survey exhibition at the Centro José Guerrero in Granada, “Martha Rosler: La Casa, La Calle, La Cocina,” was accompanied by a catalog with contributions from Juan Vicente Aliaga, Yolanda Romero Gómez and Alan Gilbert (Amazon.com).
The artist’s website lists a “random sample” of essays and ten books, two of which, Decoys and Disruptions: Selected Writings, 1975-2001 and Martha Rosler: Positions in the Life World, are published by MIT. The 2000 exhibition accompanying the latter, at the ICP and New Museum, was reviewed by Blake Stimson in CAA.Reviews. If You Lived Here: The City in Art, Theory, and Social Activism: A Project by Martha Rosler, a 1989-91 project at Dia, was reissued in 1998 and exhibited at Casco, Utrecht, in January. Martha Rosler: 3 Works, originally published by NSCAD in 1981, was reissued in 2006. Passionate Signals (2005) and In the Place of the Public (1998) were published by Hatje Cantz. Also see:
- Mitchell-Innes and Nash
- Nina Möntmann, “(Under)Privileged Spaces: On Martha Rosler’s ‘If You Lived Here…'” e-flux journal 9 (October 2009)
- “‘Martha Rosler: art activist’: Mary Paterson interviews Martha Rosler,” n.paradoxa 23 (January 2009)
- David Hopkins, “‘Out of it’: drunkenness and ethics in Martha Rosler and Gillian Wearing,” Art History 26:3 (June 2003), pp. 340-63
- Jayne Wark, “Conceptual Art and Feminism: Martha Rosler, Adrian Piper, Eleanor Antin, and Martha Wilson,” Woman’s Art Journal 22:1 (Spring – Summer, 2001), pp. 44-50