Zi­nes #3 – 1980-1986

Zines #three - die frühen 80erZi­nes #three — die frü­hen 80er. Künst­ler­zeit­schrif­ten aus der Samm­lung Hu­bert Kret­sch­mer Mün­chen, Ar­chi­ve Ar­tist Pu­bli­ca­ti­ons (www​.ar​tist​books​.de)

English ver­si­on be­low
Bil­der vom Vor­trag und der Aus­stel­lungs­er­öff­nung

Vor­trag: Hu­bert Kret­sch­mer, 35 Jah­re Ar­chi­ve Ar­tist Pu­bli­ca­ti­ons
6.2.2015, 18.15 Uhr 2. OG, Vor­trags­raum 242

Aus­stel­lung im Zen­tral­in­sti­tut für Kunst­ge­schich­te
6.2.—31.3.2015 im 1. OG, nörd­li­cher Licht­hof
Mo. bis Fr.: 10-20 Uhr
Zen­tral­in­sti­tut für Kunst­ge­schich­te,
Katharina-von-Bora-Str. 10,
80333 Mün­chen.
Ei­ne Aus­stel­lung im Rah­men des DFG-geförderten Pro­jek­tes Stu­di­en­zen­trum zur Mo­der­ne – Bi­blio­thek Her­zog Franz von Bay­ern am Zen­tral­in­sti­tut für Kunst­ge­schich­te.
Ein­lei­ten­der Text auf der Web­sei­te des Zen­tral­in­sti­tu­tes: www​.zikg​.eu
Zur Aus­stel­lung liegt ei­ne 24seitige Ka­ta­log­zei­tung kos­ten­los aus. Er­schie­nen im icon Ver­lag mit Bei­trä­gen von Da­nie­la Stöp­pel, Rü­di­ger Ho­yer und Hu­bert Kret­sch­mer , ge­stal­tet von Jo­han­nes Bis­sin­ger. ISBN 978-3-928804-72-1
Frei­er Down­load der Ka­ta­log­Zei­tung als PDF beim News­pa­per Club

Zines3-ensemble-quer
Ge­zeigt wer­den 200 Hef­te von fol­gen­den 70 Ma­ga­zi­nen
4 TAXIS, 59 to 1, Puls, A Ma­ga­zi­ne for, Af­fen­schau­kel, Amt­ram­dram, Art Po­li­ce Ga­zet­te, Art/Life, ATRO­PiN, Au­dio Arts Ma­ga­zi­ne on Cas­set­te, Bad, Bomb, Bul­var, Ca­hiers de Le­cons de Cho­ses, Ca­noe, Cap­sa, Cho­co­la­te News, Clinch, com­mon­press, Der All­tag, Der Blaue Berg, der Ne­ger, Doo Daa Flo­ri­da, Ec­co, El Cor­reu de Son Coc, Elas­te, Europe-Media-Mystic, EXIT, Faix, fa­se 2, Fe­ni­ci, Fi­ga­ro – Prav­da, File, Fritz, Glatt­eis, good news, Hans Kul­tur – Mit­tei­lun­gen aus der Zi­vi­li­sa­ti­on, Heft, IMAGO, IN­FRA­rot, In­stant, In­ter­view, Ju­liet, Kil­led in Ac­tion, Killt, Kunst­zei­tung, Li­bel­lus, L’immoraliste die In­for­ma­ti­on, Mu­se­um Rost, Nee­scha, Nor­mal 1 – Fach­blatt für den di­let­tan­ti­schen All­tag, NYB, PiPS, Pla­cid et Mu­zo, Pla­ges, Plastic In­dia­ner, Quatsch, S.I.N.EWS, Sa­lon, smi­le, Sterz, TANGO, Tec­tu­al, The Mon­th­ly, toi et moi pour tou­jours, Uecker Zei­tung, Um­brel­la, Ver­än­de­run­gen für Al­le, Vi­pe­cker Rai­phan, X Stars.

Be­tei­lig­te Künst­ler
AA Bron­sen, An­dy War­hol, Bar­to­meu Ca­bot, Bern­hard Sprin­ger, Bo­ris Nies­lo­ny, Charles H. Mor, Clau­de San­doz, Clau­dia Pütz, Die­ter Her­mann, Diet­mar Kir­ves, Er­win Puls, Franz Au­mül­ler, Ger­hard Thee­wen, Gin­ny Lloyd, Görd Kaa, Gün­ter Wall­raff, Gün­ther Uecker, Guy Schrae­nen, Hu­bert Kret­sch­mer, Jacques-Elie Cha­bert, Ja­mes Nitsch, Jo­ce­lin Ri­chard, John Be­vis, Jo­sep Al­ber­ti, Jo­seph Ka­mi­ka­ze, Ju­dith A. Hoff­berg, Jür­gen O. Ol­brich, Ka­rel Du­de­sek, Klaus-Georg Gai­da, Marc Sche­pers, Mi­ke Hentz, Ni­co­la Fran­gio­ne, Pa­trick Be­ur­ard, Pe­ter Be­low, Sa­sa Merts, To­bi­as Leu­ten­eg­ger, To­bi­as Mahlow, Tom Stark, Vit­to­re Ba­ro­ni, Wal­ter Kel­ler, Walt­her E Bau­mann, Wolf­gang Dil­ler, Wolf­gang Hain­ke, Wul­le, und noch vie­len an­de­ren.

Ma­ga­Zi­nes aus fol­gen­den Län­dern
Ca­na­da, Deutsch­land, Frank­reich, Groß­bri­tan­ni­en, Ita­li­en, Nie­der­lan­de, Ös­ter­reich, Po­len, Schweiz, Spa­ni­en, Ver­ei­nig­te Staa­ten


Ge­samt­lei­tung Rü­di­ger Ho­yer, ZI
Ku­ra­tor Hu­bert Kret­sch­mer
Text­bei­trag Da­nie­la Stöp­pel
Re­cher­che Sa­bi­ne Be­cker
Scans Ali­ne Pron­net
Pres­se Su­san­ne Spie­ler
Auf­bau Ron­ny Be­cker, Horst Schiff­mann
Fo­to­gra­fie Li­sa Fuhr
Ge­samt­Ge­stal­tung Jo­han­nes Bis­sin­ger


English ver­si­on

Zi­nes #three – the ear­ly 80s. Ar­tist ma­ga­zi­nes from the collec­tion of Hu­bert Kret­sch­mer, Mu­nich (Ar­chi­ve Ar­tist Pu­bli­ca­ti­ons)

Ex­hi­bit at the Zen­tral­in­sti­tut für Kunst­ge­schich­te [Cen­tral In­sti­tu­te for Art Histo­ry], 6 Feb. 2015 – 31 Mar. 2015, No­erd­li­cher Licht­hof, 1st floor.

Ope­ning on 6 Fe­bru­ary, 2015, fol­lo­wing an evening lec­tu­re by Hu­bert Kret­sch­mer: 35 Ye­ars Ar­chi­ve Ar­tist Pu­bli­ca­ti­ons (6:15pm, Lec­tu­re Hall, 2nd floor)

An ex­hi­bit at the Zen­tral­in­sti­tut für Kunst­ge­schich­te in co­ope­ra­ti­on with Hu­bert Kret­sch­mer (Ar­chi­ve Ar­tist Pu­bli­ca­ti­ons) in the scope of the DFG-sponsored pro­ject “Stu­di­en­zen­trum zur Mo­der­ne – Bi­blio­thek Her­zog Franz von Bay­ern am Zen­tral­in­sti­tut für Kunst­ge­schich­te” [Stu­dies Cen­ter on Mo­der­ni­ty – Li­bra­ry Her­zog Franz von Bay­ern at the Cen­tral In­sti­tu­te for Art Histo­ry].
Con­cept: Hu­bert Kret­sch­mer

Fol­lo­wing the pre­cur­sor ex­hi­bits in 2013 and 2014 pre­sen­ting pro­duc­tions from the se­ven­ties, our vi­tri­ne ex­hi­bi­ti­on se­ries Zi­nes – Ar­tist Pu­bli­ca­ti­ons from the Collec­tion of Hu­bert Kret­sch­mer (Ar­chi­ve Ar­tist Pu­bli­ca­ti­ons) will now con­clu­de with a selec­tion of pu­bli­ca­ti­ons from the eigh­ties. This pe­ri­od, in ad­di­ti­on to very cur­rent pu­bli­ca­ti­ons, com­pri­ses the main­stay of Hu­bert Kretschmer’s Ar­chi­ve Ar­tist Pu­bli­ca­ti­ons (www​.ar​tist​books​.de).
Mo­re than 200 edi­ti­ons from over 70 magazine-like ar­tist pu­bli­ca­ti­ons from 11 coun­tries will be dis­play­ed. Ex­hi­bits in the Ger­man lan­guage are on­ce again pre­do­mi­nant, but the re­la­tively nu­me­rous works from Ca­na­da, Fran­ce and the USA are a re­min­der of the very im­por­t­an­ce of the­se coun­tries for the al­ter­na­ti­ve ar­tists’ book sce­ne.
The works ran­ge from ‘Zi­nes’ in a strict sen­se of self-production with simp­le me­ans and the use of al­ter­na­ti­ve dis­tri­bu­ti­on me­thods to pro­jects li­ke Killt or Der Ne­ger (The Ne­gro) that play­ed with the dai­ly news­pa­per for­mats, all the way to art ma­ga­zi­nes in pic­to­ri­al for­mat which be­ca­me in­ter­na­tio­nal­ly re­now­ned, li­ke An­dy Warhol’s In­ter­view or File Me­ga­zi­ne, which was pro­du­ced by the Ca­na­di­an ar­tist group Ge­ne­ral Idea. So­me ex­hi­bits, li­ke Amt­ram­dram and Toi et moi pour tou­jours, are from the French ‘Graph­zi­nes’ pro­duc­tion, which was flou­ris­hing in the eigh­ties. The ZI al­re­ady pos­ses­ses an out­stan­ding collec­tion of the­se. Ju­dith Hoffberg’s Um­brel­la and In­stant Me­dia Nr. 16, the ca­ta­lo­gue book­let for Hu­bert Kretschmer‘s Pa­ris Ex­hi­bi­ti­on in 1986, at­test to his ear­ly at­tempts in bi­blio­gra­phic (self-) do­cu­men­ta­ti­on and ar­chi­ving, which Hu­bert Kretschmer’s Ar­chi­ve ori­gi­na­ted from in 1980. Fin­ding ma­te­ri­als such as the­se in li­bra­ries is still a ra­ri­ty. The ma­jo­ri­ty of the works have ne­ver be­en on dis­play in the Bi­blio­thek des Zen­tral­in­sti­tuts für Kunst­ge­schich­te nor are they avail­ab­le in any other Ba­va­ri­an li­bra­ry. We are the­re­fo­re es­pe­ci­al­ly proud to pre­sent the­se ar­tist pu­bli­ca­ti­ons in the con­text of the DFG-sponsored pro­ject Stu­di­en­zen­trum zur Mo­der­ne – Bi­blio­thek Her­zog Franz von Bay­ern im Zen­tral­in­sti­tut für Kunst­ge­schich­te [Cen­ter of Stu­dies on Mo­der­ni­ty – Li­bra­ry Her­zog Franz von Bay­ern at the Cen­tral In­sti­tu­te for Art Histo­ry].

Ar­chiv Künst­le­ri­sche Bü­cher / Ar­chi­ve Ar­tist Pu­bli­ca­ti­ons
The ar­chi­ve stems from the ex­hi­bits of ar­tist books at the Pro­du­zen­ten­ga­le­rie Mün­chen (from 1979) and is ba­sed on the collec­tions of ver­lag & dis­tri­bu­ti­on kret­sch­mer & groß­mann (from 1980). The collec­tion is con­ti­nuous­ly ex­pan­ded through ac­qui­si­ti­ons, gifts and items on lo­an and to­day it com­pri­ses ca. 40,000 items, of which mo­re than 12,000 are in an on­line ca­ta­lo­gue and ac­ces­si­ble to pu­blic re­se­arch: www​.ar​tist​books​.de

A news­pa­per ca­ta­lo­gue has be­en pu­blished to ac­com­pa­ny the ex­hi­bit with con­tri­bu­ti­ons by Hu­bert Kret­sch­mer, Da­nie­la Sto­ep­pel and Rue­di­ger Ho­yer.

A tour of the ex­hi­bi­ti­on with Hu­bert Kret­sch­mer ta­kes place on Thursday,19 March, 2015 at 5pm.

Bil­der vom Vor­trag und der Aus­stel­lungs­er­öff­nung am 6.2.2015