Yes Yes Yes Revolutionary Press in Italy investigates the Italian revolutionary press scene, meant as magazines, newspapers, fanzines and movement sheets (i.e. pamphlets of all formats) between ’66 and ’77.
The feverish printing activity is inexorably linked to the antagonistic and countercultural political-ideological militancy of a period of struggle, of conquest of civil spaces, areas of freedom and social creativity.
This edition focuses on the Italian scene, whose broad strategy of connivance and the jagged regional geography have made it necessary to give a broader vision of alternative means of printing, not only underground, but also ultra-radical publishing. From beats to post-situationists, passing through the Maodadaists: today they are classifications unknown to many, but at the time they were keys to other possible worlds.