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 Revolution as an Eternal Dream 
 Mary Patten
 dan v  
 For non-profit use only.
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Reading: Mary Patten “Revolution as an Eternal Dream”
28 January 2012
Bluestockings Books

“Revolution as an Eternal Dream: The Exemplary Failure of the Madame Binh Graphics Collective” examines the political practice and visual propaganda of a now-obscure women’s anti-imperialist art collective, from the perspective of a founder. Based in New York City between 1975-1983, the MBGC produced beautiful multicolored silkscreened prints, note cards, banners, and print ephemera before withdrawing into the isolation of a sectarian and militaristic political line. Join author MarPatten in celebrating the release of this richly-illustrated book.

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