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Altaió Vicenc / Guerrero Manuel / Pibernat Joaquim / Sala Manel / Serrahima Claret, Hrsg.
Cave Canis, 7.
Barcelona (Spanien): A.C.T. invisible, 1998
(Sammeltuete, Schachtel, Kassette) 32x24x5 cm, Auflage: 600,
Techn. Angaben Schachtel aus Hartpappe, Siebdruck (?), mit verschiedenen Materialien
ZusatzInformation Inhalt: Einzelblatt mit Brosche in Plastikschachtel, Pappfolder mit losen gefalteten Blättern, Grafik(gefaltet und geschnitten), Einzelblatt (Manifest contra la amnesia), großformatiges gefaltetes Einzelblatt, Spiel aus zwölf quadratischen Karten + Anleitung und "Deckkarte", zwei Hefte, Plastikhülle mit 12 Tafeln.
Namen Alberto Giacometti / America Sanchez / Arnau Pons / Arnau Puig / Brigitte Szenczi / Brossa / Carlos Pazos / Cave Canis / Cirlot / Cuixart / Dali / Fontana / Hartung / Imma Julián / Jacques Dupin / Juan Antonio Manas / Konik / Manzoni / Marc Fourquet / Medamothi Artistic Cockpit / Miquel de Palol / Miro / Paul Celan / Ponc / René Metras / Saura / Siegfried Ceballos / Tapies / V. Ferran Martinell
Sprache Deutsch / Englisch / Französisch / Katalanisch
Stichwort 1990er Jahre
TitelNummer 012567069 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Gilbert Annette / Mueller Kristen, Hrsg.
Workshop Publishing as Artistic Practice
Berlin (Deutschland): Lettrétage, 2015
(Flyer, Prospekt) 8 S., 14,8x23 cm, signiert,
Techn. Angaben zu einem Buch gefaltetes Plakat zur Veranstaltung
ZusatzInformation What does it mean to publish today? In the face of a continuously changing media landscape, institutional upheavals and discursive shifts in the legal, artistic and political fields, concepts of ownership, authorship, work, accessibility and publicity are being renegotiated. The field of publishing not only stands at the intersection of these developments but is actively introducing new ruptures.
How the traditional publishing framework of processes, practices, institutions and discourses has been cast adrift will be discussed in the workshop through the examination of recent advancements of publishing concepts emerging from the experimental literature and art scene, where publishing and publicizing are often part of an encompassing artistic practice.
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Geschenk von Annette Gilbert
TitelNummer 012526395 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Boscher Johannes, Hrsg.
Techno-somatics and physical experience - Memory on the Internet - Our ears open a whole world to us: about the experiment to program an exhibition on a vinyl record
Hamburg (Deutschland): Curated by Weekly, 2017
(Heft) 12 unpag. S., 29,5x21 cm,
Techn. Angaben Drahtheftung
ZusatzInformation ‘Curated by Weekly’ is a digital art project. It aims to raise questions regarding online formats, web-based distribution and the acceleration of digital platforms in contemporary art. The project is made up of a website and a magazine, which will be released in irregular intervals. The latter will include essays and interventions about digital exhibition formats, the experiences of digital curation and the questions about media and matter in the post-analogue space. Every week, an artwork will be “curated” and published on the website. In cooperation with different individuals, institutions and independent projects from the art field, artistic positions and works will be displayed. They can function as pieces of art in the digital sphere as well as be critical about it, or to contrast itself with the functions of the web. The project’s pace and composition orientates itself around the relevant visual environment of the present day.
The format of the website is consciously purely visual, while complementary content will be published in the magazine. This content will consist of essays and contributions around certain questions. For example: How new formats will be established in contemporary art, which technological tools are required or how curation is practiced in a digital space. What should particularly be highlighted is determining which artistic media, surfaces and materialities provide an adequate digital environment.
'Curated by Weekly' aims for an experimental format, which uses the speed and the possibilities of the digital space, but instead of reproductions and documentations we want to show artistic work itself, to address availability in the digital space and to use catchy visual surfaces. At the same time, the discourse and the self-reflection of the format is discussed in the appearing magazines/readers online and offline.
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Namen Agnes Gryczkowska (Essay) / Chloe Stead (Essay) / Clara Meister (Essay) / Max Prediger (Design) / Tim Geißler (Editor)
Sprache Englisch
Geschenk von Xenia Fumbarev
Stichwort contemporary art / Essay / Experiment / Internet
TitelNummer 024057658 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Shorter Fanny
Christmas Open Studio
London (Großbritannien): Cockpit Arts, 2011
(PostKarte) 21x14,8 cm,
Techn. Angaben Werbekarte zum Sozialprojekt für Künstler und Designer in London
TitelNummer 010185373 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Simpson Nicola, Hrsg.
Notes from the Cosmic Typewriter - The Life and Work of Dom Sylvester Houédard
London (Großbritannien): Occasional Papers, 2012
(Buch) 192 S., 26,5x18,5 cm,
ISBN/ISSN 978-0-9569623-3-1
ZusatzInformation This book is the first since the early 1970s devoted to the extraordinary British Benedictine monk, scholar, translator, concrete poet and artist Dom Sylvester Houédard (1924–92). Edited by Nicola Simpson, with new essays by Gustavo Grandal Montero, Rick Poynor, David Toop and Charles Verey, Notes from the Cosmic Typewriter offers a broad and richly illustrated introduction to this major artistic and theological figure.
Besides many of Houédard’s ‘typestracts’ – the concrete poems produced entirely with his Olivetti typewriter – this book also includes examples of his lesser-known ‘poem-objects’, a selection of key texts, as well as never-before-published performance scores. In both his spiritual views and artistic output, Houédard stands out as a model of insatiable curiosity, building around him a vast network of enlightened poets, visual artists, performers, musicians and thinkers of all faiths and walks of life.
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Namen Charles Verey / David Toop / Dom Sylvester Houédard / Gustavo Grandal Montero / Rick Poynor
Stichwort Konkrete Poesie
TitelNummer 009751324 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Chanivet Paco / Díaz Reyes Raúl / Fernández Pan Sonia / Herrera Dalmau Cristian / Jacarilla Marla / Labadie Samuel / Llavaneras Martín / Vidal Pep
Blue Seven Phenomenon - hablar en arte
Barcelona (Spanien): Ajuntament de Barcelona, 2012
(Heft) 21x14,8 cm, Auflage: 1000,
Techn. Angaben 8 Hefte, Drahtheftung, mit Gummiband zusammen gebunden
ZusatzInformation Blue Seven Phenomenon is the result of the Sant Andreu Contemporani (SAC) order to the jury members of Miquel Casablancas prize: the organization of an exhibition with the selection of several artists who signed up at the last 2012 call. Blue Seven Phenomenon is the result of the collaboration between hablarenarte: and Sonia Fernández Pan and presents the publications by:
Paco Chanivet, "Mi reino no es de este mundo"
Raúl Díaz Reyes, "Sasquatch"
Cristian Herrera Dalmau, "Rescatar un elefante"
Marla Jacarilla, "Sacchoaromyces Cerevisae"
Samuel Labadie, "The flying skull fragment"
Martín Llavaneras, "Esto no es alpinismo"
Pep Vidal, "Movimiento 44".
The project don't seek to work with artists who have a wide experience directly working with this medium, but working with those their production is focused on other artistic formats, emphasizing the ability to generate explicit or remembered storys more than an experience and knowledge on the formats of the book as a medium of artistic production
Namen Miquel Casablancas
Sprache Englisch / Katalanisch / Spanisch
TitelNummer 011790412 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Schraenen Guy, Hrsg.
Ulises Carrion - Dear reader. Don't read.
Madrid (Spanien): Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, 2016
(Buch) 272 S., 26,9x19 cm,
Techn. Angaben Broschur
ZusatzInformation Ausstellung vom 16.03.-10.10.2016 im Sabatini Building Floor 3.
A key figure in Mexican conceptual art, Ulises Carrión (1941, San Andrés Tuxtla, Mexico – 1989, Amsterdam) was an artist, editor, curator, and theorist of the post-1960s international artistic avant-garde.
Texts by Guy Schraenen, Felipe Ehrenberg and João Fernandes, among others, illustrate all aspects of his artistic and intellectual work. From his early career as a young, successful writer in Mexico to his numerous activities in Amsterdam where he cofounded the independent artists' run space In-Out Center and founded the legendary bookshop-gallery Other Books and So (1975–79), the first of its kind dedicated to artists’ publications.
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Namen Felipe Ehrenberg / Guy Schraenen / Heriberto Yépez / Javier Maderuelo / João Fernandes / Maike Aden
Sprache Englisch
Geschenk von Mela Davila
Stichwort Archive / Ausstellung / KonzeptKunst / Künstlerbücher / Mail Art
TitelNummer 016386563 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Thalmair Franz, Hrsg.
Possible Content for 18 Pages - Volume II - A Set of Lines, A Stack of Paper
Berlin (Deutschland): Revolver Publishing, 2015
(Buch) 80 unpag. S., 29,7x21 cm, Auflage: 500,
ISBN/ISSN 978-3-95763-274-6
Techn. Angaben Broschur, mit zahlreichen Abbildungen, drei Bände in Banderole,
ZusatzInformation "A Set of Lines, A Stack of Paper" is the second in a series of exhibitions and publication based on a wide-reaching research about writing with the title 'Possible Content for 18 Pages'. The original typewritten manuscript of Vilém Flusser's essay 'The Gesture of Writing' provides the thematic and formal-aesthetic foundation for reflecting the act of writing at the intersection of linguistic, visual, physical and spatial communication. 'To write,' says the philosopher about the basic requirements that should lead to a complete piece of writing, we need 'a blank surface, for instance a white leaf of paper, an instrument which contains a matter that contrasts with the whiteness of the paper, the letters of the alphabet, the convention which gives a meaning to the letters, 'orthography' = correct writing, the rules which order that language, what is called 'grammar', an idea to be expressed in a language, and a motive to express that idea'. Understanding the act of writing as a culturally embedded gesture, 'A Set of Lines, A Stack of Paper' covers artistic, literary, as well as curatorial and editorial fields of action and combines them. The book is published on the occasion of the correspondent exhibition at KARST, Plymouth (June 5 - July 5, 2015). The publication comprises an exhibition documentation with installation views and a curatorial statement. Furthermore, the author Maria Fusco situates the concept of the exhibition in an actual context of literature.
The participating visual artists expand the topic of the exhibition with artistic contributions especially made for the book.
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Namen Ane Mette Hol / Birgit Knoechl / Egon van Herreweghe / Franz Thalmair / Heinrich Dunst / John Wood / Karolis Kosas / Lotte Lyon / Maria Fusco / Maria Fusco / Ovidiu Anton / Paul Harrison / Peter Downsbrough
Sprache Englisch
Geschenk von Franz Thalmair
Stichwort Appropriation / Gegenwartskunst / Post-Digital / Strategie
TitelNummer 016715579 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Thalmair Franz, Hrsg.
Possible Content for 18 Pages - Volume III - Lorem Ipsum Dolor Sit Amet
Berlin (Deutschland): Revolver Publishing, 2016
(Buch) 200 unpag. S., 29,7x21 cm, Auflage: 500,
ISBN/ISSN 978-3-95763-345-3
Techn. Angaben Fadenheftung, mit zahlreichen Abbildungen, drei Bände in Banderole, Anschreiben liegt bei,
ZusatzInformation “Lorem Ipsum Dolor Sit Amet” is the third in a series of exhibitions and publication based on a wide-reaching research about writing with the title “Possible Content for 18 Pages”. The original typewritten manuscript of Vilém Flusser’s essay “The Gesture of Writing” provides the thematic and formal-aesthetic foundation for reflecting the act of writing at the intersection of linguistic, visual, physical and spatial communication.
“To write,” says the philosopher about the basic requirements that should lead to a complete piece of writing, we need “a blank surface, for instance a white leaf of paper, an instrument which contains a matter that contrasts with the whiteness of the paper, the letters of the alphabet, the convention which gives a meaning to the letters, ‘orthography’ = correct writing, the rules which order that language, what is called ‘grammar’, an idea to be expressed in a language, and a motive to express that idea”.
Understanding the act of writing as a culturally embedded gesture, “Lorem Ipsum Dolor Sit Amet” covers artistic, literary, as well as curatorial and editorial fields of action and combines them. The book is published on the occasion of the eponymous performance by Lois Bartel at the Akademie der Künste in Berlin (June 11, 2016) and contains a curatorial-editorial statement by Franz Thalmair. Furthermore, the artist Michalis Pichler and the professor for media theory and aesthetics Oliver Ruf situate the publication in an actual context of literature and criticism. The participating visual artists expand the topic of the research with artistic contributions especially made for „Lorem Ipsum Dolor Sit Amet“.
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Namen Agnes Fuchs / Alejandro Cesarco / Charles Gute / Daniel Gustav Cramer / Haris Epaminonda / Irma Blank / Lois Bartel / Natalie Czech / Nikolaus Gansterer / Rafaël Rozendaal / Thomas Freiler
Sprache Englisch
Geschenk von Franz Thalmair
Stichwort Appropriation / Gegenwartskunst / Post-Digital / Strategie
TitelNummer 016717579 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Andreasen Kasper, Hrsg.
copy construct
Mechelen (Niederlande): Cultuurcentrum Mechelen, 2017
(Heft) 64 S., 29,7x21 cm,
Techn. Angaben Drahtheftung, beigelegt der Ausstellungsplan und handschriftliches Anschreiben
ZusatzInformation The exhibition Copy Construct departs from different artistic practices and specific works by artists that are based on reproduction or copy. The selected works are inherent to the production of printed matter or artist’s books. This implies that different artistic media such as painting, drawing, photography, video, sculpture, and graphic design can manifest themselves through graphical problematics and their meanings. Alongside the 25 works of the artists, a little less than 300 books from the KASK collection (School of Arts, Ghent) and private collections from Belgium and England are displayed in the exhibition. The exhibition architecture is designed by Kris Kimpe and Koenraad Dedobbeleer and is accompanied by a publication, designed by Joris Dockx, which includes a bibliography of the exhibited books, different contributions by the artists, an interview with a book collector, etc.
Namen Aglaia Konrad / Alon Levin / Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven / Club Moral / Frans Oosterhof / Gregorio Magnani / Guy Rombouts / Henri Jacobs / Jan Kempenaers / Kasper Andreasen / Kris Kimpe/ Koenraad Dedobbeleer / Marc Nagtzaam / Mitja Tušek / Peter Downsbrough / Ria Pacquée / Sara MacKillop / Simon Popper / Stephanie Kiwitt / the KASK Collectionet / Vincent Geyskens/ Jan Op de Beeck / Willem Oorebeek
Sprache Englisch
Geschenk von Kasper Andreasen
Stichwort Drucksachen / Konstruktion / Kopie / Künstlerbücher / Medien
TitelNummer 023548633 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Allen Gwen
Artists' Magazines - An Alternative Space for Art
Cambridge, MA / London (Vereinigte Staaten / Großbritannien): the MIT Press, 2015
(Buch) 368 S., 24,8x19 cm,
ISBN/ISSN 9780262528412
Techn. Angaben Broschur
ZusatzInformation Originalausgabe von 2011.
During the 1960s and 1970s, magazines became an important new site of artistic practice, functioning as an alternative exhibition space for the dematerialized practices of conceptual art. Artists created works expressly for these mass-produced, hand-editioned pages, using the ephemerality and the materiality of the magazine to challenge the conventions of both artistic medium and gallery. In Artists’ Magazines, Gwen Allen looks at the most important of these magazines in their heyday (the 1960s to the 1980s) and compiles a comprehensive, illustrated directory of hundreds of others.
Among the magazines Allen examines are Aspen (1965–1971), a multimedia magazine in a box—issues included Super-8 films, flexi-disc records, critical writings, artists’ postage stamps, and collectible chapbooks, Avalanche (1970-1976), which expressed the countercultural character of the emerging SoHo art community through its interviews and artist-designed contributions, and Real Life (1979-1994), published by Thomas Lawson and Susan Morgan as a forum for the Pictures generation. These and the other magazines Allen examines expressed their differences from mainstream media in both form and content: they cast their homemade, do-it-yourself quality against the slickness of an Artforum, and they created work that defied the formalist orthodoxy of the day. Artists’ Magazines, featuring abundant color illustrations of magazine covers and content, offers an essential guide to a little-explored medium.
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Erwähnt werden neben vorwiegend amerikanischen Magazinen auch 4 taxis, Arte Postale, Art-Language, Audio Arts, Ausgabe, AXE, Commonpress, Dé-Coll/age, Doc(k)s, Ephemera, IAC Info, Interfunktionen, King Kong International, Kunststoff, Lotta Poetica, Der Löwe, Neon de Suro, Nervenkritik, Nota, Omnibus News, Ou, Pages, Palazzo, Reaktion, Salon, Sondern, ZG
Namen 4 taxis / Art-Language / Arte Postale / Aspen / Audio Arts / Ausgabe / Avalanche / AXE / Commonpress / Der Löwe / Doc (k)s / Dé-Coll/age / Ephemera / IAC Info / Interfunktionen / King Kong International / Kunststoff / Lotta Poetica / Neon de Suro / Nervenkritik / Nota / Omnibus News / Ou / Pages / Palazzo / Reaktion / Salon / Sondern / ZG
Sprache Englisch
Stichwort 1960er Jahre / 1970er Jahre / 1980er Jahre / Künstlermagazine / Künstlerzeitschriften / Theorie
TitelNummer 023614657 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Häuser Christine / Laurer Berengar / Laurer Jutta / Riedelchen Thomas
Der analytische und der synthetische Polyismus
Frankfurt am Main (Deutschland): Verlag Hubert Kretschmer, 1982
(Flyer, Prospekt) 4 unpag. S., 42x29,5 cm, 2 Stück.
Techn. Angaben Prospekt zum Buch, zweifach gefaltet
Stichwort 1980er Jahre / Konzeptkunst / Künstlergruppe / Künstlerinitiative / Künstlertexte / Malerei / Publishing as Artistic Practice / Statement / Theorie
TitelNummer 002515118 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

N. N.
Audio Arts catalogue of cassettes & tape/slide sequences
London (Großbritannien): Audio Arts, 1979
(Lieferverzeichnis) 21x14,7 cm,
Techn. Angaben Drahtheftung, Verzeichnis über erschienene Kassettenarbeiten
ZusatzInformation Audio Arts was a British sound magazine published on audio cassettes, documenting contemporary artistic activity via artist or curator interviews, sound performances or sound art by artists.

Text aus Wikipedia
Stichwort 1970er Jahre
TitelNummer 003210374 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Haeuser CTJ / Kretschmer Hubert / Laurer Berengar Heft 01 2009 mal sechs
München (Deutschland): Verlag Hubert Kretschmer, 2009
(Zeitschrift, Magazin) 32 S., 15x10 cm, Auflage: 1650,
ISBN/ISSN 978-3-923205-11-0
Techn. Angaben Drahtheftung
Namen Berengar Laurer / Christoph Mauler / CTJHaeuser / Hubert Kretschmer / Jutta Laurer / Renate Fürst
Stichwort Künstler-Kollektiv / Künstlerinitiative / Künstlermagazin / Künstlerzeitschrift / Nullerjahre / Publishing as Artistic Practice
TitelNummer 005892197 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Haeuser CTJ / Kretschmer Hubert / Laurer Berengar Heft 03 2009 Tendenz-Ensemble
München (Deutschland): Verlag Hubert Kretschmer, 2009
(Zeitschrift, Magazin) 16 S., 15x10 cm, Auflage: 1000,
ISBN/ISSN 978-3-923205-16-5
Techn. Angaben Drahtheftung
ZusatzInformation Ein Heft mit aufsteigendem Text. Tendenzensemble mit verschiedenen Rollen im gleichen Stück. Mit kurzen Statements
Namen Berengar Laurer / Christoph Mauler / / CTJHaeuser / Hubert Kretschmer / Jutta Laurer / Renate Fürst
Stichwort Künstler-Kollektiv / Künstlerinitiative / Nullerjahre / Publishing as Artistic Practice / Textarbeit
TitelNummer 006193197 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Haeuser CTJ / Kretschmer Hubert / Laurer Berengar / Laurer Jutta Heft 07 2010 Menschen schlafen
München (Deutschland): Verlag Hubert Kretschmer, 2010
(Zeitschrift, Magazin) 16 S., 15x10 cm, Auflage: 1500,
ISBN/ISSN 978-3-923205-28-8
Techn. Angaben Drahtheftung
ZusatzInformation ein rein Schwarz-Weißes Textheft
Stichwort Künstler-Kollektiv / Publishing as Artistic-Practice / Textarbeit
TitelNummer 006706197 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Schmid Joachim
Quick Response
Berlin (Deutschland): Selbstverlag, 2010
(Buch) 40 S., 20.5x12.5 cm, signiert, 2 Stück.
Techn. Angaben Broschur
ZusatzInformation Quick Response is a hands-on introduction into the realm of QR code applications and demonstrates a way in which two-dimensional bar codes can be used to view images. People have to “read” this book by taking photos of each page using a cameraphone. The phone’s QR code reader will then decode the abstract image to reveal that each of them is an encoded URL for a photograph hosted on Flickr. The series of photos demonstrates the variety of modern commercial, artistic and subversive QR code applications. In addition, the book demonstrates a new way of appropriating other people’s photographs.
Text von der Website des Künstlers
TitelNummer 007830235 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Desjardin Arnaud, Hrsg.
the book on books on artists books
London (Großbritannien): The Everyday Press, 2011
(Buch) 230 S., 24x17 cm,
ISBN/ISSN 978-0-9561738-4-3
Techn. Angaben erschienen zur Ausstellung at the Bloomberg Space London, eingelegt eine Karte mit handschriftlichem Text
ZusatzInformation The Bloomberg website says of the project:
For Comma 38, artist and publisher Arnaud Desjardin will exhibit new, old, rare, and popular books while running an active printing press in Bloomberg Space. His COMMA commission, part of an ongoing project titled The Book on Books on Artists' Books, is intended to create an active and participatory review of current and historical practice. This exhibition is about both the display of books on artists' books and the production of a book about the books displayed. He intends to print a first edition, a book of books, a critical anthology and source book, alongside which a large range of books on artists' books will be displayed in a series of vitrines.
Artists' books have normally been sold and distributed through small networks of bookshops and galleries that often produce lists of available titles in printed form. The advent of the Internet has meant that information online has changed the nature of this documentary evidence. Desjardin's unique and extraordinary combination of display and production makes an exhibition that actively engages in both the making and disseminating in real time. The books themselves become both vehicles for information and documents that testify for artistic activity in its own right
Sprache Englisch
TitelNummer 007877259 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Gillick Liam / Weiner Lawrence
A Syntax of Dependency:
Mailand (Italien): Mousse Publishing, 2011
(Buch) 56 S., 30,5x21,5 cm,
ISBN/ISSN 978-88-965016-1-0
Techn. Angaben mit Kunststoffumschlag, geklammert
ZusatzInformation This publication documents the monumental collaborative work which Liam Gillick and Lawrence Weiner produced for the Antwerp museum of contemporary art MuHKA in the spring of 2011. Tellingly titled A Syntax of Dependency:, the project could be viewed as the outcome of a twenty-year dialogue between artists, artistic practices, generations. This giant floor piece, consisting of an abstract linoleum pattern containing an array of phrases, took up the museum's entire first floor - its site-specifity meaning that the end of the exhibition also entailed the work's irreversible destruction. This photo novella - complete with fragments of a conversation between both artists and a short text by exhibition curator Dieter Roelstraete - captures the work in its unique desolate splendor
TitelNummer 008501220 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Bragadini Giovanna, Hrasg.
Libri d’arte, passione di una vita
Parma (Italien): FermoMAG, 2012
(Presse, Artikel)
Techn. Angaben Artikel über Reinhard Grüner,
ZusatzInformation Reinhard Grüner is a collector from Monaco. His passion is art books, which he collects – and sometimes exhibits – since the 1960s.
His website, is a real “online museum”, where international artist books are catalogued and photographed. Amongst the artists there are Marc Chagall, Anselm Kiefer, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso and Andy Warhol. Books, but also works of art made of images and text, created by the artist often in collaboration with a writer and a publisher. For the high artistic quality – original graphics, unique designs, paintings and collages – these works are different from the usual picture books. Their manifestations are multiple: books with graphic effects, objects-book, artist’s books, sometimes printed in offset or illustrated by works of artists.
At the centre of Grüner’s attention there are Eastern German and Eastern European books (mainly Russia, Hungary, Lithuania). many of these works were created in response to specific social, political and cultural issues, with unimaginable insights into the culture of modernity.
Reinhard first came in contact with the art in book form with the English Edition, printed privately, of “A Dissertation Upon Roast Pig”, printed in 1975 by Shoestring Press on paper of the legendary Chiswick Press: from here begins a life of a book maniac among thousands of books. As Grüner states in an essay, the acquisition of artist books is more than a simple purchase: the artist, the life as a collector and thoughts are tied together, they influence each other, and a network of contacts with other collectors begins. With nearly all the books in his collection Grüner forms a symbiotic relationship: each of them describes, explains, and gets to the heart of some chapters of his life.
Download the pdf file with the essay on the collection of Reinhard Grüner (in English)
Namen Andy Warhol / Anselm Kiefer / Henri Matisse / Marc Chagall / Pablo Picasso / Reinhard Grüner
Sprache Englisch / Italienisch
Stichwort Künstlerbücher / Malerbücher / Sammlung
TitelNummer 008503304 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Kurmaz Sasha
Nude sensitivity
La Bisbal d'Empordà (Spanien): Atem Books, 2011
(Buch) 40 S., 21x14,8 cm, Auflage: 100, Nr. 88,
Techn. Angaben Fadenheftung
ZusatzInformation My photography is a process of a self-study. I am always interested when both sides are involved: my personal inside and environment around. people’s own identity and the beauty of human body. depth of intimate desires and their artistic reconstruction.
Von der Webseite
TitelNummer 009051272 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Mineo Andrea, Hrsg.
Unpublished - Best unseen photography - Issue no. 01
Mailand (Italien): Unpublished, 2010
(Zeitschrift, Magazin) 40 S., 29,7x21 cm,
Techn. Angaben Lose Blätter ineinander gelegt, Farbkopien nach PDF
ZusatzInformation ABOUT
A simple and straightforward layout, an awesome format, no advertising, 500 hand numbered copies and
a free and selected distribution. Unpublished is a democratic and exchange place where photography
meets the public, without any filter.
Unpublished gathers the best unpublished images of young photographers from all over the world,
selected not only for their aesthetic value, but through a careful analysis of the cultural context,
the artistic and human paths.
A large project that ends each edition of Unpublished with a group exhibition in which it will
be possible to buy at affordable prices the original and signed prints of the published works, donated
and assessed by the authors themselves. No art dealers, no galleries and outside the market logic.
Unpublished is a "call for freedom", a pure and direct line that connects the artist and his work with
the outside world. And vice versa.
Nina Ahn, Bjarne Bare, Maryanne Casasanta, Elisabetta Claudio, Bridget Collins, Matthew Connors, Jonnie Craig, Marius Ektvedt, Charlie Engman, Andris Feldmanis, Todd Fisher, Levi Mandel, Mitsuko Nagone, Erin Jane, Nelson, Violeta Niebla, Osvaldo Sanviti, Katie Shapiro, Micol Talso.
Von der Webseite
TitelNummer 009058269 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Zahm Olivier, Hrsg.
Purple Fashion - the anniversary issue 20 years of independence - Vol III, Issue 18
Paris (Frankreich): Purple Institute, 2012
(Zeitschrift, Magazin) 30x22,8 cm,
ISBN/ISSN 1766-8832
Techn. Angaben Cover mit Prägedruck, zusammen mit zwei Heften von Richard Prince
ZusatzInformation We launched Purple Prose in the early 1990s without any means, and without any experience, because we wanted to make a magazine that was radically different. We wanted to support the artists around us that noone else supported, much less talked about. [..] It would be a form of opposition of our own, different from the critical jargon of the generation of '68. [..] From a visual standpoint, we represented the break from '80s imagery (like Richard Avedon's photography for Versace, for example). From an artistic standpoint, the artists of the early '90s were rising up against art as capital fetish [..]. In saying that Purple is the portrait of a generation, I mean it's a portrait of those who embody their times. At the same time, it's a portrait of myself and Elein Fleiss, our ideas, our lives, and our aesthetics.
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TitelNummer 009716331 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Valdeira da Silva Ana Luísa, Hrsg.
Cine Qua Non #4
Lissabon (Portugal): Lisbon Centre for English Studies, 2011
(Zeitschrift, Magazin) 144 S., 23x17,2 cm,
ISBN/ISSN 1647-4198
Techn. Angaben Eingelegt ein gefaltetes Blatt von Luisa Alpalhao (Telling of). Eingeklebt ein Leporello von Tiago Patricio (Twenty fingers on a piano)
ZusatzInformation Cine Qua Non is an arts magazine of the University of ULICES built up by movements in written form that freely crisscross reflections, reviews or essays, movements that relate music to visual arts, dance to theatre, cinema to literature. This publication intends to submit its readers to a unique editorial approach that gathers artists, researchers and teaching staff, Portuguese or foreign, proposing texts of different nature about diverse artistic expressions. Cine Qua Non is, since its first printed issue, an entirely bilingual publication (Portuguese/English) that is presented in both versions: an online edition and a printed one.
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Sprache Englisch / Portugiesisch
TitelNummer 009958340 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Bonajo Melanie / Karrer Philippe, Hrsg.
Spheres Issue 1
St. Gallen (Schweiz): Philippe Karrer, 2012
(Zeitschrift, Magazin) 40 unpag. S., 32x22 cm, 2 Stück.
ISBN/ISSN 7629999015104
Techn. Angaben Drahtheftung. Verschiedene farbige Papiere. Eingelegt ein gefaltetes Poster
ZusatzInformation The publication Spheres is the creative documentation of a close collaboration between an artist and the editor, graphic designer Philippe Karrer. Every issue is dedicated to a young artist and their work, in each case exploring character, surroundings, every-day life, inspirations and ideas using unconventional innovative formats so as to create a different, more visual approach and understanding of the artist and his or her work. The focus lies on what is important to the artist during the time period of working together for the publication, hereby capturing a certain essence of the artists work at the moment. Not only can the reader dive in to the artist‘s world, receiving little personal snippets of the life in and around his or her art, but also (and perhaps even more importantly) — how the artist chooses to present things in the publication gives the reader an idea of his or her whole artistic sphere.
Melanie Bonajo explores the relationship of the individual to its surroundings in a commodified, globalised culture. In her work, she uncovers how our ideas of identity, genre, value and such structures formed by conventions are ever shifting to feelings of uncertainty and instability. She approaches these issues by trying to newly create, to turn around overpowering views and conditions that are today so influenced by our consumer society and tries to get nearer to traits that are rooted in human nature.
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TitelNummer 010281353 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Higgs Daniel
Artist Music Journals Vol. 1 No. 03
Brooklyn, NY (Vereinigte Staaten): Soundscreen Design, 2009
(Zeitschrift, Magazin) 24 unpag. S., 26,5x26,5 cm, Auflage: 1000, Nr. 932,
Techn. Angaben Drahtheftung, Heft in Pappschuber mit Aufkleber
ZusatzInformation Artist Music Journal is an ongoing, limited edition small book series published by Sound Screen Design that focuses on the inseparable connection between music and art. Each release is limited to 1,000 copies, features a 24 page, saddle-stitched small book printed on thick stock and encased in a 10″, record jacket. The artists signature is replicated on a letterpressed sticker placed around the jacket opening, and hand numbered.
Daniel Higgs is a musician and artist from Baltimore, Maryland, who has been a contributor to the independent art and music community for nearly 3 decades. His artistic work ranges from musical records to books of poetry to visual collections of his drawing, painting and collage work
Stichwort Malerei / Musik / Nullerjahre / Zeichnung
TitelNummer 010677375 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Blattmann Christiane / Dietmann Anja / Krepart Janina, Hrsg.
Der Pfeil Nr. 1 - Zeigefinger
Hamburg (Deutschland): material-Verlag, 2013
(Zeitschrift, Magazin) 74 unpag. S., 26x33,6 cm, Auflage: 100,
ISBN/ISSN 978-3-945247-00-6
Techn. Angaben ., offener Rücken
ZusatzInformation DER PFEIL conceives itself as a fictional space, which by means of a series of publications, spreads transportable works and positions. Each issue is devoted to the connotation of a term and accompanying questions as: to what extend are diversified agendas and significances triggered through one word, and how can they later be traced back? As a fragmented, ongoing dictionary, various artistic approaches are gathered in what we call "Edizin", with all the unique contributions released in an edition of 100 - in order to un-tighten the terms from their tasks.
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Namen Alberta Niemann / Bernd Reuter / Jannis Marwitz / Kathaina Simons / Maximilian Baillie / Philipp Ackermann / Tina Kämpe / Wiliam Joys
Sprache Deutsch / Englisch
TitelNummer 011757K03 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Lomme Freek, Hrsg.
Laughing Prohibited! - Verboden te lachen!
Eindhoven (Niederlande): Onomatopee, 2009
(Heft) 48 S., 20x15 cm, Auflage: 3000,
ISBN/ISSN 978-90-78454-37-3
ZusatzInformation Begleitheft zur Ausstellung vom 17.10. - 25.10.2009 im Onomatopee, Eindhoven
Onomatopee 37
Laughing prohibited! engages with humour as a technical tool for creatives. Humour consists in many tones of voice and many shapes to visualise. Laughing prohibited! asks the visitor to take a further look into the matter: what does the work put forth? Laughing prohibited! debates the quality of the artistic freedom of expression, against the background of the Danish caricatures.
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Namen Anthony Kleinepier / Atelier Ted Noten / Atelier Van Lieshout / Bas van Beek / Daniel Eatock / Erwin Wurm / Heim Steimbach / Helmut Smits / Jorre van Ast / Lara de Greef / Marti Guixe / Oooms
Sprache Englisch / Niederländisch
Stichwort Nullerjahre
TitelNummer 011782401 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Lorch Catrin
Kunst kann die Welt verbessern! Klingt kitschig? Stimmt aber. Über aktuelle Formen des ästhetischen Aktivismus
München (Deutschland): Süddeutsche Zeitung, 2014
(Presse, Artikel) 2 S., 58x40 cm,
Techn. Angaben Beitrag in der Süddeutschen Zeitung Nr. 113, vom 17./18. Mai 2014, S. 14
ZusatzInformation im Text wird Bezug genommen auf das Buch: Truth is concrete. A Handbook for Artistic Strategies in Real Politics
Sprache Deutsch
TitelNummer 011848424 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Malzacher Florian, Hrsg.
Truth is Concrete - A Handbook for Artistic Strategies in Real Politics
Berlin (Deutschland): Sternberg Press, 2014
(Buch) 336 S., 22x16 cm,
ISBN/ISSN 978-3-943365-84-9
Techn. Angaben Hardcover, Leinen, 2 Lesebändchen
ZusatzInformation Herausgeber: steirischer herbst. Mitherausgeber Anne Faucheret, Veronica Kaup-Hasler, Kira Kirsch, Andreas R. Peternell, Johanna Rainer.
Essays von Stephen Duncombe und Steve Lambert, Alanna Lockward, Florian Malzacher, Chantal Mouffe, Gerald Raunig, Jonas Staal.
Namen Andrew Boyd / Andy Bichlbaum / Artleaks / Artúr van Balen / Benjamin Foerster / Charles Esche / Collective Authorship / Corina L. Apostol / Corrupt Tour / Diedrich Diederichsen / FreeDoc / Gabriella Csoszó / Hector Aristizábal / Jonathan Allen / Katherine Ball / Leah Borromeo / Minerva Cuevas / Neil Cummings / Noah Fischer / Recetas Urbanas / Reverend Billy/ The Church of Stop Shopping / Saki Bailey / Santiago Cirugeda / Tania Bruguera / Teatro Valle / The Yes Men / Tools for Action / Udi Aloni
Sprache Englisch
TitelNummer 011850415 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Haeuser CTJ / Kretschmer Hubert / Laurer Berengar / Laurer Jutta Heft 30 2014 - Bericht
München (Deutschland): Verlag Hubert Kretschmer, 2014
(Zeitschrift, Magazin) 24 S., 14,5x10,5 cm, Auflage: 1000, 2 Stück.
ISBN/ISSN 978-3-923205-68-4
Techn. Angaben Drahtheftung. Zur Ausstellung in der KUNSTpassageHOF
ZusatzInformation Eine Textbilder zu den MixMonstern und Eine Rose ist keine Rose, Dokumentation der bisher erschienen Hefte, alle Ausstellungen und so-VIELE-Filme.
Kuratiert von Ivan Dusanek
Stichwort Künstler-Kollektiv / Künstlerinitiative / Künstlermagazine / Künstlerzeitschrift / Publishing as Artistic Practice / Textarbeit
TitelNummer 012053424 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Glas Matthias
Die Chronologie der Zelle
München (Deutschland): Hammann & von Mier, 2014
(Buch) 106 unpag. S., 31x22 cm, Auflage: 200, Nr. 56 / 159, signiert, 2 Stück.
Techn. Angaben Hartpappeeinband mit Siebdruck, Text von Leo Lencsés und Matthias Glas, eingelegt eine Originalzeichnung. Ein Exemplar mit beigelegtem Anschreibener Version des Textes, einmal ein
ZusatzInformation Erschienen zur Debütantenausstellung in der Akademie der Bildenden Künste in München am 8.04.2014
The artist‘s book “Die Chronologie der Zelle“ shows and analyzes the cyclic working process of sculptor Matthias Glas. 80 pages covering a photo spread of art works are completed by a text section which takes up the preceding flow of images based on a chain of the artist`s thoughts. Additional meta text passages structure the workflow into chapters and give further information on the artistic practice. Each book has an individual screen-printed cover and includes an original drawing by Matthias Glas
Sprache Englisch
TitelNummer 012060425 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Schweiger Mirjam
What the Shop
Wien (Österreich): Selbstverlag, 2012
(Sammeltuete, Schachtel, Kassette) Auflage: 100, 5 Teile.
Techn. Angaben transparenter bedruckter Kunststoffschuber mit 3 Heften und 2 gefalteten Plakaten
ZusatzInformation WHAT THE SHOP is an art project that first took place in Vienna 2012. WHAT THE SHOP was foundet by Mirjam Schweiger in collaboration with Michael Bäckström and Judith Rohrmoser. WHAT THE SHOP does not stay at one place for long. WHAT THE SHOP speaks several languages. WHAT THE SHOP is run by people who have worked with each other before and trust each other. WHAT THE SHOP always ends with a publication. WHAT THE SHOP is an investigation of artistic practice and the city. WHAT THE SHOP is not about selling things but about everything else. WHAT THE SHOP is open for change. WHAT THE SHOP is always up for tasty food. WHAT THE SHOP is a social sculpture and an artwork. WHAT THE SHOP what the fuck haters?!
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Geschenk von Hammann & von Mier
TitelNummer 012064424 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Pichler Michalis
Monsanto Company Earnings Call Transcript
Berlin (Deutschland): Greatest Hits, 2010
(Buch) 36 S., 14,8x10 cm, 2 Stück.
ISBN/ISSN 978-3-86874-006-6
Techn. Angaben Broschur
ZusatzInformation Taken 100% from reality, this is a full length transcript of the fourth quarter 2009 Monsanto Company Earnings Conference Call, treated, layouted, published and performed as an original theater piece (on occasion of the exhibition & symposion "The apparatus of life and death" at the Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje).
The main acts are "Presentation", "Question-and-Answer Session" and "Copyright Policy", the main characters are Hugh Grant (President & CE), Carl Casale (EVP & CFO), Terrell Crews (EVP, CEO Vegetable Business), Scarlett Foster (VP IR) as well as various Analysts.
As Karsten Schubert puts it "A gulf has sprung between post-Duchampian, postmodern artistic practice and a still Modernist-Romantic interpretation of copyright."
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TitelNummer 012291448 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Altaió Vicenc / Guerrero Manuel / Pibernat Joaquim / Sala Manel / Serrahima Claret, Hrsg.
Cave Canis, 1.
Barcelona (Spanien): A.C.T. invisible, 1995
(Sammeltuete, Schachtel, Kassette) 32x24x5 cm, Auflage: 600,
Techn. Angaben Schachtel Hartpappe, Siebdruck (?), mit verschiedenen Materialien
ZusatzInformation Inhalt: Einzelblatt (Manifest contra el Populisme Pervers), gefaltete Pappe mit Baumwollsocke, 3 Hefte, Leporello, Heft mit Originalnegativ, geschlossener Umschlag, gefaltetes Poster mit Sand, Folder.
In the wake of the worldwide glorification of Barcelona via the 1992 Olympics Games, a group of publishers felt that it was time to revive the creative and critical spirit at a cultural level, in the form of a magazine, in order to demonstrate the prevailing level of creativity - via manifestos and works without intermediaries. As a result, Vicenc Altaió, Claret Serrahima, Manel Guerrero, Joaquim Pibernat and Manel Sala launched the magazine, Cave Canis, (which literally means "beware of the dogs") in Barcelona, in 1996.
Starting with its first edition the magazine announced that it would have a short-lived existence - only 9 issues were published, each corresponding to one letter of the publication’s name. The magazine was constituted by a cardboard box, designed by Claret Serrahima, a manifesto, an artist’s book and sometimes contained CDs with recordings and other artistic objects, all associated with the same monographic topic. Each issue had a letter on the front cover designed by an artist. Cave Canis wasn’t available in the usual retail outlets. Each issue was presented in an unusual place in the city, where the manifesto was read, copies were distributed and the magazine then disappeared from sight. The last issue was published in 1999.
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Namen Albert Mestre / Alfredo Jaar / Antoni Tàpies / Enric Satue / Fernando Pessoa / Harry Mathews / Joaquim Sala Sanahuja / Manel Esclusa / Marcial / Miquel Baucà / Màrius Serra / Perejaume / Xin Kedu / Zusch
Sprache Katalanisch / Spanisch
Stichwort 1990er Jahre
TitelNummer 012550067 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Eröss Nikolett / Juhász Anna / Somogyi Hajnalka / Stepanovic Tijana / Szalai Borbála / Szoboszlai János / Székely Katalin, Hrsg.
OFF-Biennale Budapest - Call for contributions to map artistic/curatorial self-organizations worldwide
Budapest (Ungarn): OFF-BIENNALE, 2015
(Text) 2 S., 29,7x21 cm,
Techn. Angaben Ausdruck einer Email vom 28.2.2015
ZusatzInformation Independent. Contemporary. Art. 24 April – 31 May 2015.
OFF-Biennale Budapest is a series of exhibitions and art events in and beyond the city of Budapest. Its concept is different from traditional biennials as we know them. Not affiliated with any institution, it is a voluntary collaborative initiative of artists, groups of artists, curators, art managers, gallerists and collectors. OFF-Biennale Budapest is a civil initiative, whose aim is to bring a segment of culture, contemporary art, closer to the public at large. OFF proclaims the importance of independent thinking and action, breaking away from clichés and habitual routines. It is meant to demonstrate that contemporary art can foster and catalyse this kind of activity – in other words, that contemporary art is much more than mere luxury and a source of aesthetic pleasure.
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TitelNummer 012616304 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Gremaud Julien, Hrsg.
Micronaut n°2 - Modern Life is Rubbish
Vevey (Schweiz): Selbstverlag, 2012
(Zeitschrift, Magazin) 40 S., 27.2x19.7 cm, Auflage: 150,
Techn. Angaben Blätter gefaltet, lose ineinander gelegt
ZusatzInformation Micronaut is an editorial project initiated in 2011 with a critical and singular approach to publishing and artist book. In three years of activity, the book serie took several different forms, engaging a dialogue between disciplines and blurring the boundaries between actors involved in a book process. An independent editor and photographer based in Switzerland, Julien Gremaud runs Micronaut as an interface to produce and publish books but also as an artistic practice through collaborations whether it is an artist, a gallery, a museum or an artists collective.
Text von Website
Geschenk von Joachim Schmid
TitelNummer 012997467 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Magnani Gregorio, Hrsg.
Everything is About to Happen
London (Großbritannien): Corvi Mora, 2014
(Presse, Artikel) 1 S., 29,7x21 cm,
Techn. Angaben Farblaserausdruck nach Webseite
ZusatzInformation Zur Ausstellung vom 14.04.-26.04.2014
The exhibition presents circa 300 books in an attempt to offer an overview, and initiate an archive, of recent artists’ books. It focuses on publication as a medium and context for art practices. It looks at the ways in which artists use the format of the book as an artistic strategy exploiting, and often expanding upon, its nature as a fixed but randomly accessible sequence of words and images. All the books selected are either self-published or participate in a minor economy of small publishers. Their modes of production and circulation, as well as the conditions under which they are experienced and stored, strengthen their content.
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Namen Alessandro Roma / AND Publishing & Abäke / Arnaud Desjardins / blisterZine / Daniel Gustav Cramer / Dan Mitchell / Erik Steinbrecher / Erik van der Weijde / Izet Sheshivari / Jean-Michel Wicker / John Russell / Jurgen Maelfeyt / Karl Homqvist / Kasper Andreasen / La Biblioteque Fantastique / Louis Lüthi / Mariana Castillo Deball / Michael Dean / Paul Elliman / Preston is my Paris / Sara MacKillop / Simon Popper / Sophie Nys / Triin Tamm
Stichwort Künstlerbücher
TitelNummer 013183304 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Zeller Hans Rudolf
Hans Rudolf Zeller: s/t
Berlin (Deutschland): Edition Telemark, 2014
(Schallplatte) 31x31 cm, Auflage: 300,
Techn. Angaben Schallplatte, LP, in 2 Hüllen, Infoblatt und gefaltete Grafik
ZusatzInformation Hans Rudolf Zeller (b. 1934 in Berlin) is best-known for being a music theorist, essayist and writer on contemporary music. His essays on Dieter Schnebel, Iannis Xenakis, microtonality etc., often published in the German journal "Musik-Konzepte", are deemed being among the best ever written on new music. Apart from that, he has since the 1960s maintained his own artistic work, most of which has not been published or only seen the light of day in private micro-editions. Zeller's work often involves combining multiple dimensions (texts, vocals, visual projections) into one cinematological literature.
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Side A: 1. Tesa-Klänge, 2. Vokalphantasie, 3. Scriptophonie, 4. Musiktext
Side B: 1. Parallelität, 2. Stimmimprovisation
TitelNummer 013693K20 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Bueschemann Tom / Frank Christoph, Hrsg.
Berlin (Deutschland): Platoon Kunsthalle, 2015
(Zeitschrift, Magazin) 96 S., 38x27,2 cm,
Techn. Angaben Drahtheftung
ZusatzInformation the first edition of PLATOON MAGAZINE will be exclusively unveiled at the launch event at PLATOON KUNSTHALLE Berlin.
With PLATOON MAGAZINE we invite you to explore our worldwide network through the outstanding projects of some of our 7500 PLATOON MEMBERS across more than 50 countries. Each quarterly print publication not only highlights the creativity we see on a daily basis within the PLATOON NETWORK, it also includes a theme — an artistic topic of global relevance. First on our agenda: wearable technology. Ultimately, this magazine is for inspiration—another channel to reach our goals of culture development, in addition to our creative spaces in Berlin and Seoul.
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Geschenk von Jürgen O. Olbrich
TitelNummer 014256K24 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Blaha Agnes / Cella Bernhard / Findeisen Leo, Hrsg.
NO-ISBN on self-publishing
Köln (Deutschland): Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, 2015
(Buch) 506 S., 18,7x12,1 cm, signiert,
ISBN/ISSN 978-3-86335-818-1
Techn. Angaben Broschur, mit Schutzumschlag, Einwickelpapier, Widmung. Text Deutsch
ZusatzInformation Ein Buch über Bücher, die aus der Reihe fallen und sich dem internationalen System des Warenaustauschs entziehen. Ein Register, das 1.800 Veröffentlichungen auflistet, sie alle kursieren ohne ISBN-Index, sind auf Papier gedruckt und jüngeren Datums. Ein Verzeichnis von Mikro- und Fanzinemessen aus vier Kontinenten, ein Abriss der Mediengeschichte, Manifeste der zeitgenössischen Avantgarden. Dazwischen Texte zum internationalen Boom an Künstlerbüchern, verfasst von Akteuren des Selbstverlegens. Dieser erste, reich illustrierte Reader wurde von einem Herausgeberteam zusammengestellt, das Konzeptkunst, Medienphilosophie und Kulturwissenschaft auf sich vereint. So bietet es eine Navigationshilfe, um sich ein neues, bislang unbekanntes Terrain zu erschließen. NO-ISBN versammelt eine kurze Mediengeschichte vom Buchdruck bis in die elektronische Gegenwart, ein Register der NO-ISBN, ein Verzeichnis der Kunstbuch- und Fanzinemessen, Manifeste der historischen und aktuellen Avantgarden sowie Texte zu Künstlerbüchern und dem Phänomn des Selbstpublizierens.
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Geschenk von Leo Findeisen
Stichwort Eigeninitiative / Konzeptkunst / Künstlerbuch / Publishing as Artistic Practice / Selbstverlag
TitelNummer 014473530 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Bachmann David / Vahrenholt Oliver, Hrsg.
Realismus Club #001: Konkrete Utopien
Berlin (Deutschland): Realismus Club, 2015
(Sammeltuete, Schachtel, Kassette) 22,5x19,5 cm,
Techn. Angaben Drahtheftung. 16 mehrfach gefaltete einseitig bedruckte Plakate. Heft und Plakate in Kartonhülle eingeschoben
ZusatzInformation The exhibition CONCRETE UTOPIAS provides a space for artistic works that explore the area of potentiality between not-yet-realised and but-possible. The art on display will be showing visions that are predominantly about the Now, offering playful alternatives and new approaches to socio-cultural questions, addressing political power structures in an urban environment and above all defying rules.
Der Realismus Club wurde 2014 als Plattform für zeitgenössische Kunstproduktion in Berlin gegründet, mit dem Ziel, vor allem jüngere künstlerische Entwicklungen in der zeitgenössischen bildenden Kunst zu fördern und einem breiten Publikum zu präsentieren.
Als eine private Organisation ist unser Ziel, die unabhängige Organisation von zwei Ausstellungen pro Jahr an wechselnden Orten in Berlin. Wir wollen Künstlern nicht nur ein Forum bieten, um ihre Werke auszustellen, sondern auch durch die Bereitstellung eines Budgets die Produktion von neuen Werken unterstützen. Der Realismus Club sieht sich selbst als einen Ort des Experimentierens mit Organisationsmodellen und als Möglichkeit neue Kollaborationspraktiken auszuprobieren. Letztendlich zielt das Format des Realismus Clubs darauf ab, eine konkrete Utopie in sich selbst zu sein.
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Namen Adam / Beni Bischof / Brad Downey / Bugra Erol / Daniel Weissbach / Goro Tronsmo+Laida Aguirre / Iman Issa / Kevin Kemter / Linus Bill+Adrien Horni / Liz Hingley / Markus Mai / Sophie-Therese Trenka-Dalton / Stefan Marx / Wermke/Leinkauf / Wilhelm Klotzek / Zoe Claire Miller
Geschenk von Christoph Mauler
TitelNummer 014687526 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Klein Stefan, Hrsg.
Panas Spin Off Number One
Weimar (Deutschland): Verlak, 2015
(Heft) 44 S., 21x15 cm, Auflage: 100, signiert,
Techn. Angaben Broschur, in farbigem Umschlag aus Karton, mit signiertem und nummeriertem Original von Pezhman Zahed
ZusatzInformation Semesterpublikation der Bauhaus Universität Weimar zum Studienprogramm: Public Art and New Artistic Strategies
Namen Abraham Winterstein / Agatha Avast / Antonije Buric / Claire Seringhaus / Daniel Poveda / Daphna Westerman / Filipe Serro / Gabriela Flores del Pozo / Ginna Alejandra / José López / Julieta Ortiz de Latierro / Nicolas Buenaventura / Paloma Sanchez-Palencia / Pezhman Zahed / Santiago Contreras Soux / Stefan Klein / Vanessa Brazeau / Vasili Macharadze / Velez Carrasco
Sprache Englisch
Stichwort DIY / Fotografie / Konzeptkunst / Poesie / Text / Zeichnung
TitelNummer 015831570 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Cutts Simon
Letterpress - New & material poems by Simon Cutts
Devon (Großbritannien): Uniformbooks, 2013
(Buch) 132 S., 23,3x14,2 cm,
ISBN/ISSN 978-0-9568559-7-8
Techn. Angaben Klappbroschur,
ZusatzInformation As a visual artist, Simon Cutts is a poet, and as a poet he is a visual artist. This is no glib turn of phrase, but a lived reality insofar as he conceives how one artistic practice can show the ways of opening the other. For some time now he has insisted that the book is not merely (or simply) a vehicle for poetry, but is itself part of a poem’s form. He extends the idea of a poem being a field of dynamic action beyond the boundaries of the page so as to encompass the book as whole. To read Letterpress is to become a participant in its total and encompassing range. Text von der Webseite
Sprache Englisch
Stichwort Konkrete Poesie / Lyrik / Visuelle Poesie
TitelNummer 016534563 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Hosa Bernhard
Nikosia (Zypern): the Office Gallery, 2016
(Plakat) 59x42 cm,
Techn. Angaben Plakat,
ZusatzInformation The Office gallery presents new works by the Austrian artist Bernhard Hosa in his exhibition Hyperkinesia, starting on June 30, 2016.
Hosa's photo collages, objects and installations are reduced, almost minimalist in appearance and usually based on concrete themes. His starting point is the tension between the individual and a normative society. Based on an engagement with the biological view of the inside and of the outside, on man as an object of scientific study and on the measurement of the human body, he develops his own formal language on the interface between conceptual art and an aesthetic approach. Hosa deconstructs his reflections with artistic strategies such as reproduction, variation or sequence, and practices such as dissection and the creation of new compositions. The resulting series of collages or objects and stringent arrangements of the space adopt the character of the contents of his research.
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Geschenk von the Office Gallery
Stichwort Ausstellung / Holzarbeiten
TitelNummer 016850079 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Cvetic Mariela
Gaudeamus Igitur
Belgrad (Serbien): Actopolis, 2016
(Flyer, Prospekt) 2 S., 14,8x21 cm,
Techn. Angaben Informationszettel,
ZusatzInformation The project Gaudeamus igitur: self-organized artist in the state of domestic agoraphobia is an artist’s book titled Gaudeamus igitur and edited in limited edition. A public lecture that presents the work will be a part of the project. The artist’s book consists of photos depicting piles and floors, in general from all the institutions the artist has passed through in the process of becoming a self-organized individual-artist who constitutes her own artistic practice. The following text in the book is a popular academic song mainly performed at university/school graduation ceremonies – Gaudeamus igitur. The project thereby questions the role of (educational) institutions in the age of self-organization in art.
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Sprache Serbisch
Geschenk von Moufflon Bookshop
Stichwort Institutionen / Kultur / Künstlerbuch / Selbstorganisation / Training
TitelNummer 016902701 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Stathi Maria, Hrsg.
art seen - contemporary art projects & editions
Nikosia (Zypern): Art Seen Contemporary Projects, 2015
(Lieferverzeichnis) 2 S., 29,7x21 cm,
Techn. Angaben Lieferprogramm, beidseitig bedruckt
ZusatzInformation Art Seen - Contemporary Art Projects & Editions is an organization operating as a cultural platform of exchange in contemporary art. Its aim is to create bridges and dialogue between Cyprus and the international contemporary art scene. The idea was born from the need of new and creative collaborations that took a fresh look focusing on contemporary artistic approaches and reflecting upon the dynamic and changing art world. Art Seen projects and Art Seen editions are the two pillars of this organisation.
Text von der Website
Stichwort Edition / Galerie / Verlag / zeitgenössische Kunst
TitelNummer 016905610 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Aballi Ignasi
sin principio / sin final - whitout beginning / whitout end
Madrid (Spanien): Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, 2015
(Buch) 492 S., 32x24x4 cm,
ISBN/ISSN 978-84-8026-529-4
Techn. Angaben Sofctover, fadengeheftet, Rücken geklebt, Schutzumschlag zum Aufklappen, teilweise gedruckt auf farbigen Papier,
ZusatzInformation A book that accompanies an exhibition, but that it's in itself another work. The artist Ignacio Aballí (Barcelona, 1958) talks with curator João Fernandes about the creative process of his work, exploring the ways in which he classifies the world, questioning the conventions of art and the museum. On the other hand the images that accompany the text underline this idea and challenge readers to test their powers of observation. A compilation of photographs of works, books and listings scale 1: 1 where the time is revealed as an essential tool for understanding the artistic discourse.
Text von der Website
Sprache Englisch / Spanisch
Geschenk von Museo Reina Sofia
Stichwort Ausstellung / Fotografie / Textarbeiten / Zeitung
TitelNummer 016922622 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Nedo Kito
Pose? Poesie! - Nie war Text in der Kunst so wichtig wie heute. Magazine wie Starship und ztscrpt haben das früh erkannt
München (Deutschland): Süddeutsche Zeitung, 2014
(Presse, Artikel) 1 S., 58x40 cm,
Techn. Angaben Artikel in der Süddeutschen Zeitung Nr. 292 vom 17./18.12.2016 Feuilleton Kunstmarkt Seite 19
ZusatzInformation Bericht über zwei Künstlermagazine, die in Berlin und Wien gemacht werden.
... Starship dürfte jedenfalls als Vorreiter dessen gelten, was heute von Kunstwissenschaftlern gern mit Publishing as Artistic Practice beschrieben wird. ... Die Literaturwissenschaftlerin Annette Gilbert erklärt in dem kürzlich von ihr herausgegebenen Sammelband mit eben jenem Titel (Sternberg Press Berlin), dass das Selbstverlegen unter Künstlern, Grafikern und Autoren in den letzten Jahren zu einer eigenen künstlerischen Ausdrucksform geworden ist. ...
... Dazu gehört dann auch die schöne Feier der marktwirtschaftlichen Unvernunft, wie sie etwa das 2002 in Wien gegründete und heute teilweise in Berlin produzierte Künstler-Magazin ztscrpt regelmäßig versprüht. Von dem in einer Auflage von 300 Stück erscheinenden Heft im Schwarz-Weiß-Layout weiß man nie so genau, wie es eigentlich heißt, da jede neue Ausgabe nach der jeweils verwendeten Schriftart benannt wird. ...
Text aus der Zeitung
Sprache Deutsch
Stichwort Kunstmagazine
TitelNummer 017142619 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

Survival Kit Athens-Munich
Animal of The State, Fiction through Reality
Athen / München (Griechenland / Deutschland): Kunstakademie München, 2016
(Buch) 218 S., 22x16,5 cm, Auflage: 1000,
ISBN/ISSN 978-3-932934-36-0
Techn. Angaben Klebebindung, Umschlag mit Prägung, eingelegte Kunstpostkarte,
ZusatzInformation The publication “Animal of The State, Fiction through Reality” reflects on the process of the Survival Kit’s three-year existence. Individually and collectively written texts by the participants intertwine with guest contributions by companions who have been involved in the experiment in various ways. This book considers itself to a lesser extent as documentation of this experiment’s history but rather as a medium of visualisation of the mutual learning process.
The educational and artistic research program Survival Kit was funded by the German Academic Exchange Service DAAD through the programme “Partnerships with Greek Institutions of Higher Education 2014 – 2016”.
Text von der Webseite
Design: Stefanie Hammann, Maria von Mier
Namen Aimilia Liontou / Anja Kirschner / Athina Veloudou / Byron Kalomamas / Chloé Paré-Anastasiadou / Elena Haas / Emily Wardill / Evi Kalogiropoulou / Frauke Zabel / Hannah Black / Hans-Christian Dany / Ioli Kavakou / Jane Theodora Auer / Johanna Gonschorek / Johannes Fedisch / Jonas Beutlhauser / Julian Momboisse / Karolin Meunier / Kassiani Goulakou / Kerstin Stakemeier / Kyrill Constantinides Tank / Lefteris Krysalis / Leo Heinik / Lisa Nase / Lorenz Mayr / Madeleine Bernstorff / Mako Sangmongkhon / Maria von Mier / Marios Pavlou / Martin Bogisch / Melanie Gilligan / Michael Karmann / Mirena Liakoussi / Myrto Vratsanou / Niki Analyti / Nikos Arvanitis / Phaidonas Gialis / Stefanie Hammann / Stephan Dillemuth / Tanja Hamester / Vasilis Noulas / Will Holder / Xenia Fumbarev
Sprache Englisch
Geschenk von Xenia Fumbarev
Stichwort Austausch / Collage / Erforschung / Fotografie / Kooperation / Studenten / Zeichnung
TitelNummer 017399631 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)

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