Marc James Léger
Marc James Léger is an artist and writer living in Montreal. His essay on the aesthetic theories of Henri Lefebvre was published in Andrew Hemingway’s edited volume Marxism and the History of Art. He is author of Brave New Avant Garde, The Neoliberal Undead, Drive in Cinema, Don't Network, and Vanguardia: Socially Engaged Art and Theory. He is editor of Culture and Contestation in the New Century and of the two volumes of The Idea of the Avant Garde - And What It Means Today, as well as coeditor, with David Tomas, of Zapantera Negra: An Artistic Encounter Between Black Panthers and Zapatistas.
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