wedgeshop is a project of Red Wedge Magazine that aims to distribute socialist and popular avant-garde art, media and cultural artifacts (at affordable rates that compensate artists). It has become clear that the institutions of the art world and the culture industry will not sufficiently support a popular avant-garde. It is up to us.

@ wedgeshop galleries


Anna Maria Tucker, Untitled (2016)
Adam Turl, 13 Baristas (2015)
Craig Ross, Steal Away (2014)

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Soulèvements / Uprisings
Solidarity with the Cinema Workers
Dollar Art House Sells Out

These Colors Don't Run T-Shirt
from 24.00

Pre-order your "These Colors Don't Run" Red Wedge t-shirt (coming in January 2017).

Untitled (Eyes)
35.00

by Anna Maria Tucker (2016). Possibly non-archival.

Subscribe to Red Wedge
from 20.00

Starting in summer 2017, Red Wedge's print magazine will be issued quarterly. Subscriptions are for one year. 

Red Wedge Issue Zero: The Thunder of New and Dangerous Myths
from 7.50

Red Wedge's inaugural pamphlet and manifesto, published in 2014. A rough statement of the challenges facing art, artists and radicals concerned with cultural production. Sixteen pages, featuring full-color design and illustrations from Hope Asya.

Red Wedge T-Shirt
from 20.00

Designed by Craig E. Ross. The image is based on Harriet Tubman's vision of John Brown before his capture and death.

-  currently out of stock -

To request us to print more, email Craig at dumpsterpizzapress@gmail.com

Red Mars (comic)
from 8.00

A "comic" of Alex Pullman's story (as told by Adam Turl) of a future rebellion on colonized Mars--distorted by the commodification of the art space.

Note: For all orders of unique art objects outside the continental United States please call 618-713-8132 to make special arrangements due to the increased costs of shipping. For books, posters, t-shirts and prints see the costs included in the site order forms. 

Red Wedge No. 2: Art Against Global Apartheid
from 6.00

Spring 2016.

Roughly one hundred full color, illustrated pages of essays, commentary, poetry, art, comics and reviews. "Apartheid" in today's world does not describe only a particular legal circumstance in this or that corner of the globe. Art, literature, music and creativity, in a very basic sense, are a bending of time and space, a defiance of the ways racism, capitalism and imperialism have shaped our world. They dare us to imagine over the walls. 

Material includes:

  • A roundtable interview with Walidah Imarisha, BLXPLTN and Robin DG Kelley on the Black radical imagination
  • Bill Crane, Crystal Stella Becerril and Alexander Billet on cultural exchange and neoliberalism
  • Reviews of Remi Kanazi's Before the Next Bomb Drops and Syd Shelton's photography of Rock Against Racism's height
  • Art from the November Network
  • Poetry from Prerna Bakshi, Anthony Squiers and Demetrius Noble
Notes for a 21st Century Popular Avant-Garde
from 3.00

Red Wedge's pamphlet arguing for a re-orientation of the avant-garde.

Wishful Eyes
20.00 35.00

by Craig E. Ross. Woodblock print on paper (2016)

Coal Miner's Son (A Painter for Our Time)
300.00

by Adam Turl. Acrylic, cotton, concrete, ash and mixed-media on canvas (2014).

Untitled I
30.00

by Anna Maria Tucker (2016)

Solidarity Forever
700.00

By Ian Matchett. Oil on canvas. "The radicals of the present are current participants in struggles reaching back centuries. They march not only with their present comrades but also backed by this long shared history."

Pentacle of the Communal Order of the Ouroboros
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by Craig E. Ross. Woodblock print on paper (2015)