Zines #3 — 1980–1986

Zines #three - die frühen 80erZines #three — die frü­hen 80er. Künst­ler­zeit­schrif­ten aus der Samm­lung Hubert Kret­sch­mer Mün­chen, Archive Artist Publi­ca­ti­ons (www.artistbooks.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.artistbooks.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.artistbooks.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