Kenneth Anger


The long-awaited paperback reissue of the previously censored Kenneth Anger. A counter-culture icon of the twentieth century and patriarch of underground cinema, Kenneth Anger is a unique figure in the history of art and film. His career spans over 60 years—from the classic Fireworks, 1947, lauded by Jean Cocteau and Tennessee Williams, to the influential Scorpio Rising, 1963, to recent projects.

This highly-illustrated book joins insightful text and unseen film stills to tell the vivid story of this evocative director and remains the only comprehensive book on the market.