Carlos Motta, Artist

Monographic Publications & Books

September 5, 2011

Carlos Motta: History’s Backrooms (Monograph, 300p. Edition of 2000)
Published by SKIRA, Italy (2020)

The Future Lasts Forever (with Runo Lagomarsino) (Book, 224p. Edition of 500)
Published by Gävle Konstcentrum and Iaspis, Sweden, 2011

BROKEN ENGLISH (Tabloid, 48 pages, co-edited with Julieta Aranda)
Published by Performa 11, New York, USA, 2011

Petite Mort: Recollections of a Queer Public (with Josh Lubin-Levy) (Book, 160p. Edition of 500)
Published by Forever & Today, Inc., 2011

We Who Feel Differently (Book, 96p., Edition of 500)
Published by Ctrl+Z Publishing, Norway, 2011

A Timeline of Queer Immigration (with Camilo Godoy) (Newsprint poster, edition of 1000)
Published by the Museum of Art and Design, New York, October 2011
Second edition published by New Museum, New York, May 2011
Third edition published by CICLO ROSA, Bogotá, September 2011

We Who Feel Differently (Catalog, Edition of 500)
Published by The Other Gallery, Shanghai, China, 2010

La Buena Vida/The Good Life (Book, 136p., Edition of 500)
Published by Fundación Alzate Avendaño, Bogotá, Colombia, 2009

Brief History of Leftist Guerrillas in Latin America (Newsprint poster, edition of 1000).
Originally published for exhibition at MoMA/PS1, New York in 2009

La Buena Vida/The Good Life (Catalog, 85p., On demand)
Published by Art in General, New York,USA, 2008

The Immigrant Files: Democracy is Not Dead; It Just Smells Funny (Book, 185p., Edition of 500)
Published by Konsthall C, Stockholm, Sweden, 2009

What is Democracy To You? (Poster, Edition of 2000)
Originally published for exhibition at ICA, Philadelphia, 2008

Brief History of U.S. Interventions in Latin America Since 1946 (Poster, 4 editions of 2000 up to date).
Originally published for exhibition at Jersey City Museum, NJ, US, 2005

Arts & LEISURE (Tabloid, 28 pages, co-edited with The Generals)
Published by Art in General and e-flux, New York, USA, 2005

Close (Book, 76 pages, Edition of 700)
Published in 2000 by Deskubre, Rome, Italy, 2000