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Fall  2011 Preview and Complete Catalogue

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Preview and Complete Catalogue

Fall 2011

Hatje Cantz


Dear Friends of Hatje Cantz,

The GANSKE VERLAGSGRUPPE is taking over Hatje Cantz. This welcome news, which became public in early May, has brought a happy ending to yet another chapter in the sixtyfive-year history of Hatje Cantz. Considering that sales of publishing companies are not­ always positive experiences, we are tremendously relieved that, like Hatje Cantz, GANSKE is committed to the same high

standards and top-quality products. We are very excited and

look forward to joining forces with our new colleagues. Hatje Cantz—including all of our employees, our offices in Stuttgart and Berlin, and our ambitious line of art books— will remain as is, fitting perfectly into GANKSE’s cultural portfolio. Publisher Thomas Ganske underscores this when

he says, “As a company, Hatje Cantz is an outstanding addition to our long-term concentration on art, design, and photography.” For Hatje Cantz, this represents an important

step toward a future full of wonderful books on art.

Early evidence of this lies right before you: our program for fall 2011. We are grateful to everyone who has loyally stood

by us during this difficult period. We hope that you enjoy our many new and diverse publica-

tions, and wish you great success with them.

Annette Kulenkampff with Markus Hartmann and Cristina Steingräber


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Everyone’s Talking about the Weather Everyone is talking about the consequences of climate change and the capricious weather around

the world. Our books are also about the weather—

in very different and creative ways. Kevin Erskine fascinates us with his photographs of supercells, which show us the breathtaking beauty of nature,

E-Books: New to our line of Publications Time for Art Surreal Objects Once again, our Time for Art event for book dealers

(held on March 2 at the Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt) attracted a great deal of attention. With a tour of the exhibition Surreal Objects, which was followed by a reception, our goals were to awaken enthusiasm, make it possible for people to cultivate and to experience art first hand our contacts with book dealers.

Hatje Cantz began offering e-books in March; the initial selection has been limited to volumes of text only. Art for Sale is our first English title available in both digital and print form. The fundamentals of the art market are informatively and entertainingly explained by Dirk Boll, managing director of Christie’s, Zurich. Notebooks for dOCUMENTA (13) will follow. Our e-books will be distributed first through Libri and Apple, but other distributors, such as Ciando, will eventually carry Hatje Cantz products.

Volume 1 of Gerhard Richter’s Catalogue Raisonné In fall 2011 the first fruits of an ambitious research project will be harvested. In September we will publish

the first of a five-volume catalogue raisonné of the paintings and sculptures of Gerhard Richter. The catalogue not only comme­morates the world-famous artist’s eightieth birthday in February 2012, but also accompanies the major retrospective opening in London in October 2011, which will move on to Berlin in February 2012, followed by Paris.

while demonstrating its fear-inducing power (pp. 28–29). Matthias Braschler and Monika Fischer cast a critical eye on the sometimes cataclysmic effects of climate change around the world (pp. 32–33), while Olaf Otto Becker shows us how the weather affects art or, more precisely, photographs of it, for “at night, when it’s raining, the landscape seems thoughtful, the visual information is minimal, the composition has more room” (pp. 26–27). So, please, let’s talk about the weather.

Book Fairs: Fall 20 1 1 We will have booths at the following fairs: Beijing International Book Fair, August 31–September 4, 2011 London Art Book Fair, September 23–25, 2011 Frankfurt Book Fair, October 12–16, 2011 Offprint Paris, November 18–21, 2011 Stuttgart Book Weeks, November 17–December 11, 2011

Wolfgang Tillmans’s Ok to Print Hatje Cantz was thrilled to have been paid a visit

by Wolfgang Tillmans, who spent two days in May

overseeing the printing of his latest book, Abstract Pictures, in Ostfildern. This is the most comprehensive publication to focus on his nonfigurative works. The delicate streaks of color in the series Blushes and Freischwimmer, and the cast shadows in his Paper Drops were a particularly enjoyable challenge for the printers at Cantz. Tillmans was obviously having a great time at the machine during the printing of our Collector’s Edition, created when he added abstract designs and shapes to the back of register sheets left over from the print run of the book.


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apple design

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Form Follows Apple

Apple Design

❙ A must for all Apple fans ❙ Apple sets design standards—this lavishly illustrated volume explains why

C. 304 pp., c. 200 color ills., 25 × 30 cm, softcover € 39.80, $55.00, £35.00

ISBN 978-3-7757-3010-5 (German) ISBN 978-3-7757-3011-2 (English) September 2011

© Apple, 2002, iPod / Photo: Roman Raacke

© Apple, 2000, iBook / Photo: Maik Carstensen

“Less, but better.” Dieter Rams

on numerous aspects of design history, deepening one’s understanding of contemporary industrial design. Following an analysis of the forms and functions of the featured products, the book provides an explanation of the inno­vative production methods and materials applied. Last but not least, it points out Apple design’s noticeable references to the ­simplified forms of the products ­manufactured by the successful German brand Braun, and lists the Ten Rules for Good Design pro­ mulgated by the company’s chief ­designer, Dieter Rams.

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Featuring over three hundred examples of designs, this publication focuses on Jonathan Ive (* 1967 in London), Senior Vice President of Industrial Design for Apple, who since 1997 has been responsible for the design of all of the company’s products. Over the past decade, Ive and his team of designers wrote electronics design history with their standard-setting iMacs, iPhones, iPods, and iPads. Their ­user-friendly, distinct, and elegant design has made a significant contribution to the brand’s cult status. This volume compares various approaches to design and casts light

Ed. Sabine Schulze, Ina Grätz, foreword by Sabine Schulze, texts by Friedrich von Borries, Bernhard E. Bürdek, Ina Grätz, Harald Klinke, Bernd Polster, Henry Urbach, Thomas Wagner, Peter Zec, photos by Roman Raacke, graphic design by Jung von Matt

Exhibition schedule: ++ Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg, August 26, 2011–January 15, 2012


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franÇois berthoud

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François Berthoud Studio The Art of Fashion Illustration

❙ Elegant and erotic: unique illustrations from the world of fashion Ed. Museum für Gestaltung Zürich,

from Yves Saint Laurent, Bulgari,

Christian Brändle, text by Jeroen

Calzedonia, and Ferragamo to ­Viktor & Rolf and Sonia Rykiel. Here, the object being depicted and ­Berthoud’s visual interpretation combine to form a synthesis of the arts that essentially influences the perception and successful marketing of the product. This generous publication was developed in collaboration with François Berthoud himself. It presents ­ori­ginals, sketches, as well as work samples, allowing the reader to appreciate the entire work process.

van Rooijen, graphic design by Patrick Roppel English / German C. 240 pp., c. 220 color ills., 22 × 28 cm, softcover € 35.00, $55.00, £32.50 ISBN 978-3-7757-3014-3 July 2011

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Swiss artist François Berthoud (* 1961) is one of today’s most outstanding fashion illustrators. He began his work in the fashion capital of Milan in 1982, and quickly ­developed his inimitable signature ­illustrations of clothes, shoes, handbags, perfumes, and accessories. Berthoud gained worldwide prominence through his work for magazines such as Vanity and Vogue. His expressive, highly aesthetic lino­ cuts, drip paintings, and computer graphics accompany countless fashion advertising campaigns—

The art of fashion illustration!

Exhibition schedule: ++ Museum für Gestaltung, Zurich, June 22–October 9, 2011


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gerhard richter

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Gerhard Richter Catalogue Raisonné Volume 1, Nos. 1–198, 1962–1968

❙ The launch of a monumental publishing project: the five-volume catalogue raisonné of Gerhard Richter’s paintings and sculptures Gerhard Richter’s oeuvre embraces

in excess of three thousand indi­

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vidual works. Over a period of five decades he has created a stylistically heterogeneous, complex body of work that testifies to his status as the most important living artist of our time. This long-awaited first volume of the catalogue raisonné is being released on the occasion of the artist’s eightieth birthday in February 2012. Dietmar Elger, director of the Gerhard Richter Archive at the Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden, has spent years research­

Ed. Dietmar Elger for the Gerhard Richter Archiv, Staatliche ing and preparing this publication. Kunstsammlungen Dresden, The five-volume catalogue raisonné text by Dietmar Elger, graphic of all of Richter’s paintings and design by Gabriele Sabolewski sculptures will be published over English / German the next seven years. Aside from C. 520 pp., c. 520 ills, 420 in color, the richly colored illustrations, many of them full-page, it includes 25 × 29 cm, clothbound full technical details, information € 248.00, $325.00, £180.00 about the artist’s handwritten Subscription price, per volume, ­notes, and the provenance, bibli­ for purchase of all volumes ography, and exhibition list for each € 198.00 individual work. This information ISBN 978-3-7757-1978-0 is supplemented by commentary, October 2011 quotes, and comparison images.

The first volume encompasses the works Gerhard Richter assigned numbers 1 to 198, covering the years 1962 to 1968. A total of 385 paintings and sculptures are listed, including more than 30 of which were previously unknown.

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№ 018: Mario Bellatin

№ 023: Nalini Malani

№ 027: Franco Berardi Bifo

№ 031: Alexander Kluge

The Hundred Thousand Books

& Arjun Appadurai

Ironic Ethics

He Has the Heartless Eyes of One

of Bellatin

The Morality of Refusal

English / German, 44 pp., 1 ill.,

Loved above All Else

English / German, 28 pp., 1 ill.,

English / German, 48 pp., 23 ills,

10.5 cm × 14.8 cm, softcover

English / German, 12 pp., 2 ills.,

14.8 × 21 cm, softcover

17.6 × 25 cm, softcover

C. € 4.00, $10.00, £3.99

10.5 × 14.8 cm, softcover

C. € 6.00, $10.00, £5.99

C. € 8.00, $10.00, £7.99

ISBN 978-3-7757-2876-8

C. € 4.00, $10.00, £3.99

ISBN: 978-3-7757-2867-6

ISBN 978-3-7757-2872-0

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documenta (13)

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ISBN: 978-3-7757-2880-5

№ 028: Griselda Pollock № 019: Dario Gamboni

№ 024: Mariana Castillo Deball

Allo-Thanatography or Allo-Auto-

№ 032: Doug Ashford,

The Listening Eye: Taking Notes

& Roy Wagner

Biography: A Few Thoughts on

Julie Ault, Group Material

after Gauguin

Coyote Anthropology:

One Painting in Charlotte Salomon's

AIDS Timeline

English / German, 36 pp., 23 ills.,

A Conversation in Words

Leben? oder Theater?, 1941–42

English / German, 24 pp., 18 ills.,

14.8 × 21 cm, softcover

and Drawings

English / German, 32 pp., 5 ills.,

17.6 × 25 cm, softcover

C. € 6.00, $10.00, £5.99

English / German, 24 pp.,

14.8 × 21 cm, softcover

C. € 8.00, $12.90, £7.99

ISBN: 978-3-7757-2868-3

numerous ills.,

C. € 6.00, $10.00, £5.99

ISBN: 978-3-7757-2881-2

14.8 cm × 21 cm, softcover

ISBN 978-3-7757-2877-5

№ 020: Romaine Moreton

C. € 6.00, $10.00, £5.99

Poems from a Homeland

ISBN 978-3-7757-2873-7

№ 033: Donna Haraway № 029: Mariam & Ashraf Ghani

SF: Speculative Fabulation

Afghanistan: A Lexicon

and String Figures

10.5 × 14.8 cm, softcover

№ 025: Annemarie Sauzeau

English, 48 pp., 72 ills.,

English / German, 20 pp., 2 ills.,

C. € 4.00, $10.00, £3.99

Alighiero Boetti's One Hotel

17.6 × 25 cm, softcover

14.8 × 21 cm, softcover

ISBN: 978-3-7757-2869-0

English / German, 24 pp., 9 ills.,

C. € 8.00, $12.90, £7.99

C. € 6.00, $10.00, £5.99

14.8 × 21 cm, softcover

ISBN 978-3-7757-2878-2

ISBN: 978-3-7757-2882-9

№ 030: Pamela M. Lee

№ 034: Ingo Niermann

Illegibility

Choose Drill

English / German, 44 pp., 1 ill.,

№ 021: Cornelius Castoriadis

C.. € 6.00, $10.00, £5.99

Introduction by Nikos Papastergiadis

ISBN 978-3-7757-2874-4

English / German, 48 pp., 36 ills.,

17.6 × 25 cm, softcover

№ 026: Mario Garcia Torres

English / German, 24 pp., 7 ills.,

English / German, 36 pp., 4 ills.,

C. € 8.00, $12.90, £7.99

A Few Questions Regarding the

14.8 cm × 21 cm, softcover

10.5 × 14.8 cm, softcover

ISBN: 978-3-7757-2870-6

­Hesitance at Choosing between

C. € 6.00, $10.00, £5.99

C. € 4.00, $10.00, £3.99

­Bringing a Bottle of Wine or

ISBN 978-3-7757-2879-9

ISBN: 978-3-7757-2883-6

№ 022: Suely Rolnik

a Bouquet of Flowers

Archive Mania

English / German, 28 pp., 7 ills.,

English / German, 36 pp., 1 ill.,

14.8 × 21 cm, softcover

14.8 × 21 cm, softcover

C. € 6.00, $10.00, £5.99

C. € 6.00, $10.00, £5.99

ISBN 978-3-7757-2875-1

ISBN 978-3-7757-2871-3

dOCUMENTA(13): All publications available from Hatje Cantz

dOCUMENTA (13) 100 Notes―100 Thoughts

❙ 100 Notes―100 Thoughts, an integral part of the activities of dOCUMENTA (13) prior to the actual exhibition As a prelude to the 2012 exhibition,

the unpublishable, the voice—

dOCUMENTA (13) and Hatje Cantz

and the reader is our alibi and

are publishing a series of notebooks, 100 Notes—100 Thoughts, that is composed of facsimiles of existing notebooks, commissioned essays, collaborations, and conversations. A note is a trace, a word, a drawing that suddenly becomes part of the thought process and is transformed into an idea. This publication project follows that path, presenting the mind in a prologue state, in a prepublic arena. A space for intimacy and not yet of criticism, dOCUMENTA (13) is publishing

ally. Notetaking encom­passes ­witnessing, drawing, writing, and diagrammatic thinking; it is ­spe­culative, manifests a preliminary ­moment, a passage, and acts as a memory aid. Commissioned by dOCUMENTA (13)’s ­Artistic Director Carolyn ChristovBakargiev together with Head of Department-Member of Core Agent Group, Chus Martínez, this series is edited by Head of Publications, Bettina Funcke.

documenta (13) exhibition: June 9–September 16, 2012 Release date for these notebooks: July 2011

The notebooks are also available

as e-books from the iBookstore and Libri.de

For more information on dOCUMENTA (13) and all notebooks, please visit our website at www.hatjecantz.com


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max beckmann

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Max Beckmann & America ❙ Beckmann’s liberating new start in the United States ­incredible energy and productivity, Beckmann produced numerous

major works in these few short years. From today’s perspective,

Beckmann’s independence is all the more impressive when seen in relation to the development of abstract art that was taking place in America at the same time. ­Beckmann retained his link to ­representationalism and its metaphorical themes, yet still managed to assert himself as a European painter of international status.

C. 280 pp., c. 275 ills., 220 in color, 23 × 28 cm, hardcover C. € 39.80, $60.00, £35.00

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Max Beckmann (1884–1950) moved to the United States in the late summer of 1947. He would spend the last three years of his life far away from Europe, years that signified a liberating, intense new start for him. The vastness of the foreign continent, its coasts, the atmosphere of its “wild” landscapes, and its big cities all formed a palpable source of inspiration for Beckmann, who had never before had this type of physical experience of space. Working with

Ed. Jutta Schütt, Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main, texts by David Anfam, Karoline Feulner, Ursula Harter, Lynette Roth, Stefana Sabin, Jutta Schütt, Christiane Zeiller, graphic design by Andreas Platzgummer

ISBN 978-3-7757-2984-0 (German) ISBN 978-3-7757-2985-7 (English) October 2011

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Art to Hear: Max Beckmann & America

The official audio guide and companion volume Audio sample at www.hatjecantz.com C. 48 pp., c. 42 ills., 22 × 22 cm, hardcover, with CD € 16.80, $30.00, £15.99 ISBN 978-3-7757-2986-4 (German)

ISBN 978-3-7757-2987-1 (English) October 2011 Exhibition schedule: ++ Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main, October 7, 2011–January 8, 2012


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Max Beckmann The Landscapes

❙ Highlights from the master’s oeuvre—the landscapes Max Beckmann is one of the titans

of still lifes, making the viewer

of modern art, although he con­ sidered himself the last of the Old Masters. This publication examines the artist’s landscape paintings, which are not characterized by layers of allegorical meaning, as are his works in other genres, and their splendid painterly qualities are instantly perceptible. One of the foundations for these landscapes is the potent experience of nature. Personal objects belonging to Beckmann frequently appear in the foreground, like remnants

aware of the artist’s presence. On the other hand, the paintings are

Ed. Bernhard Mendes Bürgi, Nina Peter, texts by Hans Belting, Beatrice von Bormann, Eva Demski, Bernhard Mendes Bürgi, Nina Peter, Maren Stotz, graphic design by Schott & Schibig

realistic reproductions of places he ­visited, for which Beckmann also

C. 208 pp., c. 135 ills., 115 in color

made reference to photographs

24.5 × 30.5 cm, hardcover

or postcards. A third artistic idea came from art itself: flashes of Beckmann’s immense knowledge of art history can be seen in his ­citations of other works. Thus, his landscapes can be regarded as a kind of summation of his understanding of the world.

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ISBN 978-3-7757-3146-1 (German) ISBN 978-3-7757-3147-8 (English) September 2011

Exhibition schedule: ++ Kunstmuseum Basel, September 4, 2011–January 22, 2012


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dalÍ, ernst, mirÓ

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Dalí, Ernst, Miró Surrealism in Paris ❙ New documentation of the origins, history, and current impact of Surrealism Surrealism arose during the period

This presentational tradition is

between the two World Wars and

­carried on in both private collec-

became one of the most influen-

tions and public museums to this

Ed. Fondation Beyeler, texts by Philippe Büttner, Julia Drost, Annabelle Görgen-Lammers, Robert Kopp, Philip Rylands, graphic design by Marie Lusa

tial artistic and literary movements day. Featuring exemplary works

C. 272 pp., c. 230 ills.,

of the twentieth century. Profoundly marked by the senseless experiences of World War I, the Surrealists, under the leadership of André Breton, took off “on a passionate search for freedom in all of its forms.” By incorporating the subconscious into the creative process, they developed completely new forms of expression. Simultaneously, they invented radically new ways of exhibiting their art.

c. 200 in color, 25 × 31 cm, hardcover C. € 49.80, $75.00, £45.00

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by prominent Surrealists—from Salvador Dalí, Max Ernst, and Joan Miró to René Magritte, Yves Tanguy, and Meret Oppenheim— the reader will experience char­ acteristically Surrealist modi oper­ andi as well as Surrealist strategies. It is not only contemporary artists who find sources of inspiration and contemporary references in Surrealism.

ISBN 978-3-7757-3160-7 (German) ISBN 978-3-7757-3161-4 (English) October 2011

“I believe in the future transmutation of those two seemingly contradictory states, dream and reality. . . ” André Breton

Exhibition schedule: ++ Fondation Beyeler, Basel / Riehen, October 2, 2011–January 29, 2012


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memyselfandi

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MemyselfandI Photographic Portraits of Picasso

Artists featured (selection):

Rogi André Richard Avedon Bill Brandt Brassaï René Burri Robert Capa Henri Cartier-Bresson Lucien Clergue Jean Cocteau Denise Colomb Robert Doisneau David Douglas Duncan Jaques-Henri Lartigue

Ed. Museum Ludwig, Cologne, texts

­ hotographers see Picasso p ❙ A grand series of images comprised of around two hundred photos taken over a period of five decades

by Kerstin Stremmel et al., graphic design by Kühle und Mozer C. 256 pp., c. 200 color ills.,

Almost all of the great twentieth-

­famous photographers. Picasso

21.5 × 24 cm, hardcover

century portraitists photographed

­becomes the example for an in­

C. € 29.80, $45.00, £26.99

Pablo Picasso, including Cecil ­Beaton, Henri Cartier-Bresson, ­Robert Doisneau, Man Ray, Irving Penn, and Lee Miller. Picasso was one of the most frequently photographed celebrities of the last ­century, as these staged portraits, classic sittings, and snapshots prove. This opulently illustrated volume is the first to examine the tense relationship between ­Picasso’s wish to control the presentation of his public persona and the ambitions and ideas of the

vestigation into what kind of role

ISBN 978-3-7757-3198-0 (German)

the portrait of the ­artist plays in

ISBN 978-3-7757-3199-7 (English)

shaping his myth. While some of the photographers were commissioned by Picasso himself, were even friends with him, they con­ sidered themselves autonomous ­artists. Last but not least, the book examines the question of if (and to what extent) each of the photographic visual vocabularies was ­capable of asserting itself against the domineering presence of the century’s most famous artist.

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Cecil Beaton

❙ Brilliant portraits or staged mythologizing scenarios: world-famous

Herbert List Dora Maar Madame d'Ora Willy Maywald Gjon Mili Lee Miller Inge Morath

Arnold Newman Roberto Otero Irving Penn Edward Quinn Man Ray Gotthard Schuh Michel Sima André Villiers

Exhibition schedule: ++ Museum Ludwig, Cologne, September 23, 2011–January 16, 2012 ++ Museo Picasso Málaga, Spring 2012


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Mondrian De Stijl ❙ This volume deals with Mondrian’s path to the abstract as well as De Stijl's interdisciplinary approach primary colors framed in black

there is most likely no other art movement of the first half of the twentieth century that has had such an influence on our everyday lives as the De Stijl group around Piet Mondrian and Theo van ­Doesburg. Mondrian, alongside Wassily Kandinsky and Kasimir Malevich one of abstract painting’s founding fathers, created strictly geometrical paintings that today are icons of modernism. Their char­ acteristic structure with fields of

has long ­assumed a life of its own

in art, fashion, advertising, and popular culture. One focus of the publication is Mondrian’s development t­ oward abstraction—from his ­early works in the circle of the Neo-Impressionist luminists to his neoplasticist period. A second focus is De Stijl’s interdisciplinary approach, which will be demonstrated based on period furniture, clothing, and architectural drawings and models.

English / German 304 pp., 167 ills., 126 in color, 21.4 × 26 cm, clothbound € 39.80, $60.00, £35.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3023-5 Available

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With the exception of the Bauhaus,

Ed. Lenbachhaus, Munich, texts by Helmut Friedel, Hans Janssen, Franz-W. Kaiser, Matthias Mühling, Felicia Rappe, Michael White, graphic design by Thomas Mayfried

Exhibition schedule: ++ Kunstbau, Lenbachhaus, Munich, April 16–August 15, 2011


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from polaroid to impossible

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From Polaroid to Impossible Masterpieces of Instant Photography

The WestLicht Collection

❙ The art of Polaroid—the first presentation of the legendary instant film’s fascinating range of materials and techniques

Ulrike Willingmann, texts by Achim Heine, Barbara P. Hitchcock, Florian Kaps, graphic design by Heine / Lenz / Zizka English / German 192 pp., 230 color ills., 24.5 × 32 cm, hardcover € 39.80, $60.00, £35.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3221-5 June 2011

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found their way into the com­ the digital, the anachronistic Pola- pany’s International Collection at their European headquarters near roid snapshot dominates media and advertising. The recent sale of Frankfurt am Main. In 2008, when the photography collection owned the last instant-film factory was by Polaroid’s inventor, Edwin Land, rescued from demolition by the company Impossible, the founder’s to the Viennese photography ­museum WestLicht marks an artcommitment to collecting could be market trend toward the analog. carried on as well. This publication Beginning in the sixties, Polaroid features selected Polaroid mastersupplied artists around the world, pieces and new Impossible instant from Ansel Adams to Andy Warhol, photography by contemporary with each one of the imperium’s ­artists such as Stefanie Schneider latest products. In return, 4,400 and Nobuyoshi Araki. works by 800 photographers While the world evaporates into

Ed. Achim Heine, Rebekka Reuter,

Exhibition schedule: ++ WestLicht, Vienna, June 17– August 21, 2011


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gregory crewdson

❙ Three key series by the American star photographer

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Gregory Crewdson In a Lonely Place

The American middle-class night-

Also available Gregory Crewdson 1985–2005 ISBN 978-3-7757-1622-2

Texts by Craig Burnett, Gregory Crewdson, Jens Erdman Rasmussen, Felix Hoffmann, Estelle af Malmborg, graphic design by Naroska Design English / German 160 pp., 71 ills., 29 in tritone,

31.3 × 21.7 cm, clothbound € 34.00, $55.00, £32.50 ISBN 978-3-7757-3136-2 Available

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mare: nothing is clean, orderly, idyllic, or romantic. In his perfectly staged, hyper-realistic tableaux, photographer Gregory Crewdson (* 1962) reveals the claustrophobic limbo and abyss of spiritual re­ pression that is the typical suburb. Here, hushed-up violence, alienation, isolation, and emptiness are nothing new or unfamiliar but part of the everyday experience next door. Crewdson goes to great lengths to set up his apocalyptic scenarios. The richness of detail

and mysterious atmosphere of the images from his series Beneath the Roses unfold a surreal, supernatural power of suggestion that mesmerizes the viewer. No less ­arresting are the works from ­Sanctuary, shot in the morbid ruins of Italy’s Cinecittà, and the unusual nocturne nature photos in Fireflies.

No distribution rights in the US

and in Canada

Exhibition schedule: ++ Kulturhuset, Stockholm, March 19– June 12, 2011 ++ C/O Berlin, July 2– September 4, 2011 ++ The National museum of Photography, Copenhagen, September 22, 2011–January 28, 2012 ++ followed by ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum ++ Stenersen Museum, Oslo


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Wim Wenders Places, strange and quiet

❙ You only find what you’re looking for: Wim Wenders’s icons of wanderlust

By Wim Wenders, graphic design by Matt Watkins

“When you travel a lot, and when

photographs taken from 1983 to

you love to just wander around and get lost, you can end up in the strangest spots. . . . I don’t know, it must be some sort of built-in radar that often directs me to places that are strangely quiet, or quietly strange.” Wim Wenders—painter, actor, writer, and one of the most successful contemporary film­ makers around—has assembled a fascinating series of large-scale

2011 in countries all over the world.

English

From his iconic images of exteriors

124 pp., 37 color ills., 8 foldouts,

and buildings to his panoramic ­depictions of towns and landscapes, this book presents the full range of Wenders’s photography.

17.1 × 20.5 cm, hardcover € 24.80, $40.00, £22.99 ISBN 978-3-7757-3148-5 Available

with an original work

q by the artist

Street Corner in Butte, Montana, 2003 Available

C-print, Diasec, behind acrylic glass on Dibond, with book / Image size: 40 × 50 cm /

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❙ Photographs of Icelandic landscapes between nature, civilization, and globalization For over ten years now, Olaf Otto

Olaf Otto Becker Under the Nordic Light. Iceland 1999–2011

case—often in the middle of the night—to capture nuances by weak light, while at the same time generating the maximum possible technical quality. Becker’s deliberately subjective perspective goes beyond the notion of simply reproducing reality, so that his ­images are of great clarity, breadth, and concentration. This publication contains previously published and new photographs of Iceland that show primordial landscapes alongside traces of civilization and ­economic crisis.

Texts by Petra Giloy-Hirtz et al., graphic design by Olaf Otto Becker

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Becker (* 1959 in Travemünde, ­Germany) has traveled the high northern spheres, sparing himself no hardship. On a search for the never-before-seen image of pri­ meval landscape, where the eye encounters the boundaries of familiar vision and nature becomes a mirror of the soul, Becker observes distinctive geographic features and waits for the ideal light con­ ditions to manifest. Then, and only then, does he remove his heavy, large-format camera from its

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Preorder price € 580.00, after release € 680.00

Also available Olaf Otto Becker Above Zero ISBN 978-3-7757-2437-1 Broken Line ISBN 978-3-7757-1972-8

Exhibition schedule: ++ Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen, September 10–­ November 6, 2011 ++ Stadthaus Ulm, December 11, 2011– March 20, 2012


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❙ Fascinating and breathtaking large-format photographs of severe weather

Supercell Kevin Erskine

At the age of twelve, Kevin Erskine

format camera. The images depict

(* 1956 in Sharpsburg, Illinois) ­witnessed his first big storm: a ­category 4 tornado with wind speeds of over 207 miles per hour raged through the center of his hometown of Hoskins, Nebraska. Fascinated and inspired by this immense force of nature, Erskine ­began taking his first photographs with his father’s camera. His passion for photography and respect for nature still motivate him to capture supercells with his large-

enormous cloud masses in con­ tinually different formations—be

Texts by Richard Hamblyn, Redmond O'Hanlon

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evening sun, or forebodingly dark ­purple or black by night. Erskine masterfully demonstrates the ambivalence between the terrifying force of nature and its stunning beauty.

C. 200 pp., c. 120 color ills., 34 × 26 cm, clothbound C. € 58.00, $85.00, £55.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3209-3 September 2011 9 783775 732093

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Peter Bialobrzeski The Raw and the Cooked

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presents some of his best photographs In his book of photos, The Raw and the Cooked, Peter Bialobrzeski sets forth the essence of his ob­ servations from his unique series of photos about the development of Asian mega-cities (Neon Tigers, Lost in Transition) and their slums (Case Study Homes). Starting with the simplest, homemade vernac­ ular architecture, based on human proportions and made with found construction materials, his photos range as far as the exorbitant

Texts by Peter Bialobrzeski, Peter Lindhorst, graphic design by Peter Bialobrzeski

planned cities of glass, steel, and concrete. Buildings rise higher and

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higher into the sky, more and more

C. 160 pp., c. 130 color ills.,

resources are wasted, the new ­unmercifully shoves aside the old. ­Seductively beautiful tableaux from fourteen different countries depict the kind of “progress” that triggers a sense of anxiety and trepidation. Where is all of this leading?

34 × 28 cm, clothbound C. € 58.00, $85.00, £55.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3192-8 September 2011

“Big cities are a kind of indicator of civilization. They are the first things to reflect what we are going through.”  Peter Bialobrzeski

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The Human Face of Climate Change ❙ Compelling portraits of victims of climate change

By Mathias Braschler, Monika Fischer,

text by Jonathan Watts, graphic no longer earn his livelihood as

a fisherman. Margaret Aliurtuq Nickerson from western Alaska will soon have to leave her village, Newtok, since the ground is thawing, causing homes and streets to sink. In 2009, Mathias Braschler (* 1969 near Aarau) and Monika Fischer (* 1971 near St. Gallen) traveled to sixteen countries around the world, taking photographs of and conducting ­interviews with people whose ex­istence is threatened by the consequences of ­climate change.

design by Peter Zimmermann C. 160 pp., c. 70 color ills., 21 × 24 cm, hardcover C. € 29.80, $45.00, £26.99 ISBN 978-3-7757-2806-5 (German) ISBN 978-3-7757-2807-2 (English) September 2011

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Earth’s atmosphere is steadily warming due to greenhouse gas emissions. While experts discuss the possible consequences and politicians are apparently powerless to do anything about it, untold numbers of people are already struggling with the devastating impact of a climate gone haywire. One of the greatest floods in the history of the region destroyed the home and business owned by Yang Gengbao and his wife in the Chinese province of Guangxi. The drying up of Lake Chad means that Abakar Maydocou Mahamat can

“In recent years everything has changed. The animals don’t have much fodder to eat and are more prone to illnesses, so the herds have decreased and the animals are not as fat as before.” Juliana Pacco Pacco, Lama Herder, Paru Paru, Peru Exhibition schedule: ++ Coalmine Fotogalerie, Winterthur, August 31– October 7, 2011 ++ And further venues


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Erró

Robert Indiana New Perspectives

Ed. Max Hollein, Esther Schlicht,

graphic design by Heimann und Schwantes

Ed. Allison Unruh, texts by Thomas

❙ The world in portraits and landscapes, with elements of Surrealism,

❙ A reassessment of the works by the American painter of signs and symbols

Pop Art, comics, and science fiction English / German 5 foldouts, 22 × 28 cm, hardcover C. € 39.80, $60.00, £35.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3168-3 October 2011

source materials into articulate, ­often ­disturbing tableaux. All of the major social themes find expression, as if they belonged to a comprehensive visual atlas of the modern world. This publication features Erró’s series Scapes, and, for the first time, presents the ­entire 1968 Monster cycle—double portraits that contrast official likenesses of prominent people with monstrously distorted visages.

While best known for his iconic

of signs.” It addresses topics rang-

images of LOVE, Robert Indiana (* 1928 in New Castle, Indiana) has created a major body of work over the past fifty years that, besides encompassing various genres, spans different art movements such as assemblage, hard-edge ­abstraction, and Pop Art. This book brings together new scholarly ­insight into the work of this important artist, who has referred to himself as an “American painter

ing from Indiana’s politically en-

gaged works, his formative years in the unique artistic community of Coenties Slip in downtown Manhattan, and his place within the discourse of Pop to his allegorical depictions of gender and family. Thus, this book reassesses some of Indiana’s most significant works and sheds light on his place in the history of art.

English C. 240 pp., c. 150 color ills., 24.5 × 30.5 cm, hardcover C. € 45.00, $70.00, £40.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3135-5 September 2011

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Exhibition schedule: ++ Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt, October 6, 2011–January 8, 2012

Icelandic artist Erró (* 1932 in ­Ólafsvík) is one of the great mav­ ericks of twentieth-century art. Over the past fifty years, the artist has created an opulent, inimitable oeuvre as Pop as it is baroque, a body of work that is pithy and ­narrative alike, moralistic and un­ fathomable, full of social critique and humor, avoiding any type of categorization. His critical, narrative collages transform painterly reproductions of popular visual

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C. 192 pp., c. 145 color ills.,

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Ellsworth Kelly

Richard Prince

Black & White

Ed. Haus der Kunst, Munich, texts by Ulrich Wilmes et al., graphic design by Büro Sieveking C. 200 pp., c. 70 ills., 22 × 26.5 cm, hardcover C. € 39.80, $60.00, £35.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3167-6 (German)

ISBN 978-3-7757-3217-8 (English) October 2011

Collected Writings

❙ Provocative, nonconformist, and published for the first time in one volume: ❙ Comprehensive retrospective of the black-and-white works

the writings of Richard Prince

from 1948 to 2009 ­vocabulary, however, lies in the forms of everyday objects: streets

or paving stones, windows and ­façades in cities, or various plant forms. For Kelly, drawing is the most important means of developing and capturing a work. Accordingly, the graphic contrast between black and white plays a significant role and is crucial to his artistic self-discovery and overall subsequent development.

Richard Prince: Collected Writings

­explore everything from Franz

is the first collection of selected short works by American artist Richard Prince (* 1949). Prince is mainly known for his photographs of iconic pictures from advertising and pop culture, such as the erotic Nurses paintings, the Marlboro cowboys, or his Jokes, text images of chauvinist jokes through which he holds a mirror up to the viewer. Written between 1974 and 2009, these thirty-five pieces of prose

Kline to Woodstock, and include ­revealing musings on the revolu-

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C. 216 pp., c. 35 color ills.,

central to Prince's technique. A literary text by Jonathan Lethem, author of the currently muchtalked-about novel Chronic City, rounds off this volume edited by Kristine McKenna.

16 × 24 cm, clothbound

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Greeting Card, 2011

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Greeting cards with foil-stamped jokes, handwritten by the artist, in envelope, with signed book / Card size: 21.6 ⊗ 14 cm / Limited edition of 100 each, signed and numbered in interior of card

Exhibition schedule: ++ Haus der Kunst, Munich, October 7, 2011–January 22, 2012 ++ Museum Wiesbaden, opening February 2012

€ 180.00 each, set of three cards € 480.00

C. € 25.00, $40.00, £22.99 ISBN 978-3-7757-3176-8 August 2011

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The paintings by Ellsworth Kelly (* 1923 in Newburgh, New York) stand out due to their masterly ­interplay of form, color, and space. Unlike the works of most of his American contemporaries, who postulated a radical rejection of traditional European art history, Kelly’s monochromatic paintings evolved out of his study of Euro­ pean modernism. The key to the ­advancement of his own artistic

Foreword by Kristine McKenna, texts by Jonathan Lethem, Richard Prince, graphic design by Green Dragon Office, Los Angeles

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Cindy Sherman

Robert Longo

The Early Works, 1975–1977 Catalogue Raisonné

Retrospective

❙ Role models and self-staging in the early works of the American Essay by Gabriele Schor,

Texts by Hal Foster et al.,

❙ Major pieces from the artist’s most important groups of works

conceptual artist

C. 256 pp., c. 288 ills., c. 48 in color, c. 240 in duotone,

23 × 29 cm, hardcover C. € 39.80, $60.00, £35.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-2980-2 (German)

ISBN 978-3-7757-2981-9 (English)

Exhibition schedule: ++ Museum of Modern Art, New York, opening February 2012

For more than thirty years now, Cindy Sherman (* 1954 in Glen Ridge, New Jersey) has been visualizing a whole gamut of role models and female identities. Even as a teenager, the artist loved to dress up. Contrary to popular belief, the famous Untitled Film Stills (1978– 80) are not her earliest works, but rather those photographs she took as a student in Buffalo between 1975 and 1977. During those years, Sherman made playing with disguises her artistic concept, producing numerous previously unknown photographs that unite a striking

number of theatrical elements. ­Using a variety of wigs, makeup, mimicry, gestures, expressions, and costumes, Sherman reveals different social identities by ­playing different roles. Gabriele Schor, director of the SAMMLUNG ­V ERBUND, has performed a ­scholarly assessment of the conceptual beginnings of her oeuvre and is now publishing a catalogue raisonné of her early work.

The enormous, photorealistic char-

2010 inductee into the French

coal drawings by American artist Robert Longo (* 1953 in Brooklyn, New York) show the beauty and horror of the present day and age. His large-format works contrast the innocence of sleeping toddlers, the tranquil grandiosity of Earth and the planets, roses in bloom, and Gothic cathedrals with threatening images of atomic bomb ex­ plosions, fighter pilots, monster waves, sharks, and the muzzles of revolvers. Inexorably and seismographically precise, the winner of the 2005 Goslar Kaiserring and

­Order of Arts and Letters records the state of our world. Longo’s powerful motifs give form and ­expression to the feelings of fear and longing felt by people in the twenty-first century, and affect the viewer with the full force of the medium. This large-format, elaborately designed book, printed on natural paper using an unusual quadtone process, has been created in close collaboration with the artist and affords a comprehensive overview of his charcoal drawings from the past decade.

English C. 256 pp., ca 140 ills. in triplex, 26.5 × 31 cm, half cloth C. € 58.00, $85.00, £55.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3196-6 August 2011

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graphic design by Stapelberg & Fritz

graphic design by Maria-Anna Friedl

Exhibition schedule: ++ Kunsthalle Weishaupt, Ulm, November 28, 2010–September 25, 2011


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Chiharu Shiota Ed. Caroline Stummel, text by Mami Kataoka, interview with the artist by James Putnam, graphic design by Margarethe Hausstätter

❙ First monograph on the complete works of the Japanese installation and performance artist Chiharu Shiota (* 1972 in Osaka)

exorable examination of life in the

manner of Marina Abramović or out piano, for instance, in cocoons Rebecca Horn. Here, as there, truth made of dark yarn. At the same is revealed through experience. time, the tradition and grace of cal- The body becomes a medium for ligraphy delicately flash through. art. Shiota herself treads the public The artist’s oeuvre oscillates bestage, at times sleeping in musetween Far Eastern spirituality and ums. Or her personal destiny finds Western existentialism. Traces and expression in kinetic sculptures as memories of places and things are a turn away from vivid black. In her artistic sources, as is the in­ “animated” installations, red paint wraps expressive objects, a burned-

English / Japanese 240 pp., 315 color ills., 24 × 30 cm, hardcover € 49.80, $75.00, £45.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3156-0 Available

flows through hospital-type tubes,

so that the network metaphor ranges from spider webs and interpersonal relationships to neural links and the bloodstream.

Wear Me Out Ed. Middelheimmuseum, Antwerp,

❙ Where does fashion stop and art begin? Erwin Wurm and Walter Van Beirendonck explore the border zone

Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, The Hague, interview with the artist by Sara Weyns, graphic design by BaseDesign

Austrian artist Erwin Wurm (* 1954)

idea of a voluminous body to life-

works with videos, drawings, sculp­-

less objects such as cars and hous-

tures, photos, and installations that take on anything but traditional forms. In his One Minute Sculptures, which marked Wurm’s international breakthrough, he used simple instructional drawings to invite viewers to themselves ­become sculptures. The artist also throws his own body into the battle by sculpting it with many layers of clothing or subjecting it to an extreme diet. He extended the

es. Wurm's perplexing and ­often

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C. 200 pp., c. 80 ills., 60 in color,

him an extremely popular artist.

23 × 28 cm, clothbound

The artist’s book presents Wurm’s

C. € 35.00, $55.00, £32.50

­latest work: furniture, drawings,

ISBN 978-3-7757-3218-5

outdoor sculptures, and—for the first time—clothing, developed in collaboration with the innovative Belgian fashion designer Walter Van ­Beirendonck.

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Erwin Wurm

Ján Mančuška Against Interpretation Texts by Karel Cisar, Katrin Meder, Hilke Wagner, graphic design by Sandra Kastl

❙ Installations by the Czech spatial and text artist among other places. This publicathrough the space or in relation tion is the first survey of his work. to the works of art. Mančuška’s ­objects, interiors, and visual sendimensional works. He generally includes the venue architecture in tences create a dramatic narrative, his installations and arranges the which the viewer mentally conlinguistic or visual fragments in denses into fictitious, cinematic such a way to create a very specific sequences. In 2005 the artist repmode of observation for each of resented the Czech Republic at the his works. Their reception depends Venice Biennale, and he also ex­ on the way the observer moves hibited at the 4th Berlin Biennale, Ján Mančuška (* 1972 in Bratislava)

employs text and film in his three-

English / German 152 pp., 143 ills., 22 in color, 21 × 27 cm, softcover C. € 29.80, $45.00, £26.99 ISBN 978-3-7757-3157-7 July 2011

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Daniel Bräg Ed. Florian Matzner, texts by Hans Dieter Huber, Florian Matzner, graphic design by Felix Kempf

❙ First comprehensive monograph on the sculptor’s conceptual work humorous presentations of fruit and plants as they grow, bloom, tween nature and art, where organic ripen, and wither. Wizened pears, for instance, are implanted in their structures meet human design. This pair of artists brings together own bed of mold, on refrigerated shelves next to jars containing preopposites: nature’s eternal cycle on the one side, and humankind’s served branches of freshly blooming leaves and buds. The temporal ­culturally determined era on the other. The installations and photo- essence of nature thus acquires graphs by sculptor ­Daniel Bräg its own aesthetic and beauty, free (* 1964 in Pfullendorf, Germany) are of the overwhelming symbolism Daniel and Karolin Bräg encounter

each other at the intersection be-

English / German C. 176 pp., c. 110 color ills., 17 × 24 cm, softcover C. € 35.00, $55.00, £32.50 ISBN 978-3-7757-3208-6 September 2011

of the Baroque memento mori, which compresses the process of decay into allegories of the frivolity of life. This publication features the artist’s own work as well as collaborative projects with conceptual artist Karolin Bräg.

Mona Hatoum Ed. Ingvild Goetz, Karsten Löckemann, Stephan Urbaschek, texts by Ingvild

❙ An extensive introduction to the work of Mona Hatoum from 1980 to the present Mona Hatoum (* 1952 in ­Beirut),

Exhibition schedule: ++ Galerie im Prediger, SchwäbischGmünd, July 8–October 30, 2011 ++ Kloster Schussenried, Bad Schussenried, November 2011– March 2012

homeland, also ­affect one’s rela-

who has lived in London since 1975, tionship to one’s own mother. Just

Goetz, Karsten Löckemann, Susanne

Touw, Katharina Vossenkuhl, et al., graphic design by Schmid + Widmaier Design

first became known in the eighties as viewers are drawn by the un­

Karolin Bräg

familiar video ­images, which are overlaid with graphic characters, they are also fascinated by the electrified, dangerous crackle of a large globe ­illuminated in red lights, Hot Spot III, a work that symbolizes a world afflicted by conflicts and catastrophes. This publication ­reveals all of the different facets of the artist’s visual subjects and language.

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for her performances, which focused on the relation ­between violence and her own body as well as those of the members ­of her audience. In installations, photographs, sculptures, and videos, the artist has examined the human body as a metaphor for oppression in a broader sense. The video Measures of Distance, for ­example, shows how repressive forces can, by alienating a person from his or her

Ed. Florian Matzner, texts by Markus Landert, Florian Matzner, graphic design by Felix Kempf

❙ First comprehensive monograph on the conceptual artist’s oeuvre

English / German C. 150 pp., c. 100 color ills., 17 × 24 cm, softcover C. € 35.00, $55.00, £32.50 ISBN 978-3-7757-3219-2

Karolin Bräg (* 1961 in Cologne)

the artist comes into contact with

read them, inspiring them to over-

has spent more than twenty years

people of all ages, from all walks

come their speechlessness in the

­ ersistently and penetratingly p ­examining philosophical questions and answers that arise from the death of close family members and friends. Her work begins with intense conversations with people who have lost loved ones. Depending on her conversation partner,

of life, and their destinies. Exhaus-

face of death. Bräg surprises the art tive research goes into her siteworld with in­vigorating, realistic specific installations, in which the perspectives of a theme that is artist assembles and creatively ­often dealt with in the abstract. transforms the various experiences, stories, and thoughts she has gathered. Fragments of text engraved in stone or metal invite ­visitors to

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Yto Barrada Riffs Ed. Deutsche Bank, texts by Pierre de Weck, Okwui Enwezor, Friedhelm Hütte, Marie Muracciole, Daniel Soutif,

interview with the artist by Negar Azimi, graphic design by Marie Lusa

❙ Named “Artist of the Year,” 2011 164 pp., 87 color ills., 28.8 × 28.4 cm, clothbound € 35.00, $60.00, £35.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3020-4 (German) ISBN 978-3-7757-3021-1 (English) Available

Yto Barrada (* 1971 in Paris) lives and works in Tangiers. The city’s special location on the Straits of Gibraltar—the edge of Europe, which, despite its proximity, remains beyond reach for most of Tangiers’s inhabitants—has a strong influence on the artist’s work. The motifs of her photographs, films, and installations sharpen our con-

sciousness of the transformation

waiting, and where the surround-

this region is undergoing, making

ing natural environment is gravely

endangered by ­urban development. The Deutsche Bank’s Artist boundaries. In her meditative pho- of the Year prize is awarded to tographs and 16mm films, Barrada young artists who have already documents the periphery of this gained international recognition and whose oeuvre ­includes phorapidly growing city of millions, tography and works on paper. whose inhabitants seem to be trapped in a state of permanent us aware of the constantly shifting

cultural, economic, and political

❙ Documentation of the exhibition at the Arsenale Novissima curated by Alexander Ponomarev and co-curated by Nadim Samman

Another Country

the Japanese multimedia artist

Ponomarev

­Ryoichi Kurokawa fuses natural and digital forms to spectacular effect,

Ed. Nadim Samman, texts by

addressing global cooperation with John Bowlt, Nicoletta Misler, respect to energy issues. Romanian

painter Adrian Ghenie, known for

Alexander Ponomarev, Nadim Samman, Andrei Tolstoy­

his dramatic, expressive paintings,

creates his largest work to date, while Belgian artist Hans Op de Beeck continues his acclaimed ­Location series with a “total in­ stallation.” Besides documenting ­current works, this volume also contains an overview of the artists’ previous works.

English / Russian C. 160 pp., c. 120 color ills., 23.5 × 28.5 cm, hardcover C. € 39.80, $60.00, £35.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3189-8 November 2011

Texts by Homi Bhabha, David Green, Hamid Naficy, graphic design by Andreas Platzgummer

❙ The staged absence of human community and a democratic public sphere English C. 144 pp., c. 65 color ills., 29 × 25.5 cm, hardcover C. € 35.00, $55.00, £32.50 ISBN 978-3-7757-3195-9 October 2011

Film and photo artist Mitra ­Tabrizian (* in Teheran) addresses the relationship between the individual and society, positioning the protagonists in such a way that the political conditions underlying various cultures, regions, and ­si­tuations are reflected in the composition of the images. Whether the picture is of a banker in the Exhibition schedule: ++ Hezi Cohen Gallery, Tel Aviv, June–July, 2011 ++ Turner Contemporary, Kent, September 2011–January 2012 ++ Iranian Pulse oi Futuro, Rio de Janeiro, September 15–October 30, 2011 ++ SESC São Paulo opening January 2012 ++ Hezi Cohen Gallery, Tel Aviv, opening September 2012

heart of London’s Financial District

ternal cohesion. The artist deli­

or of women in dark veils in the midst of the desert-like vastness of Iran, the people in them always seem strangely exposed, strewn across space for no apparent reason. People standing in line are ­isolated from their surroundings, while others are depicted in groups that do not seem to have any in-

berately forfeits the harmony of

the golden ratio: although people are classically centered between the foreground and background, the center of the image deteriorates into an inhospitable zone. The publication assembles Tabrizian’s most recent works.

Exhibition schedule: ++ Venice Biennale, June 4– November 27, 2011

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Mitra Tabrizian

Hans Op de Beeck, Adrian Ghenie, Ryoichi Kurokawa, Alexander

This volume is part of the official program accompanying the 2011 Venice Biennale and presents four internationally recognized contemporary artists, each represented by work on the theme of entropy commissioned specifically for the exhibition. Alexander Ponomarev’s previous career with the Russian navy left an indelible mark on his creative practice, which is dominated by large-scale aquatic installations. At the Arsenale Novissimo, Tesa 89, he debuts his monumen­tal installation Formula. Nearby, an immersive audiovisual piece by

Exhibition schedule: ++ Deutsche Guggenheim, Berlin, April 15–June 19, 2011 ++ And further venues

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Paul Pfeiffer

Nedko Solakov All in Order, with Exceptions

Ed. Ingvild Goetz, Stephan

Urbaschek, texts by Cornelia Gockel, Ingvild Goetz, Leo Lencsés, Paul Pfeiffer / Hal Foster, Stephan Urbaschek, graphic design by Schmid + Widmaier Design English / German 160 pp., 191 color ills., 17.8 × 24.4 cm, hardcover € 35.00, $55.00, £32.50 Available

Exhibition schedule: ++ Goetz Collection, Munich, May 9–October 1, 2011

the present

❙ On the trail of Nedko Solakov: a cross-section of his diverse body of work

The video and sound installations,

The visual material appears in new

sculptures, and photographs by

dimensions, triggering a stream

Paul Pfeiffer (* 1966 in Honolulu) deal with the phenomenon of the “afterglow” of mass-media ­images that are rooted in the ­collective memory of a globalized ­media s­ ociety. In works like The Long Count or 24 Landscapes, he digitally ­manipulates found images—in this case of celebrities such as ­Mohammed Ali or Marilyn ­Monroe—cropping, retouching, duplicating, and layering them.

of thought in the viewer while melding works of art with personal memory. In this way, one can ex­ perience the role and functions of images in pop culture in relation to the (re)construction of history on both a social as well as an individual level. This publication extends to the artist’s oeuvre the ­recognition it deserves.

Nedko Solakov’s art breaks the mold in many ways. Working in very different media, using found materials, drawing, painting, scribbling on walls, or videos, Solakov counteracts the principles and rules of order, deliberately including coin­ cidences or accidents in his work. In order to present the full range of his humorous oeuvre, the catalogue All in Order, with Exceptions has taken an unusual tack: each of the four venues has selected one piece from every year included in

the body of work created between 1980 to 2010. Yet these exemplary

works can only be seen assembled in their entirety in this publication. Nedko Solakov (* 1957 in Cherven

Christov-Bakargiev, Christy Lange, et al., graphic design by Nadine Schmidt English C. 304 pp., c. 1,500 color ills., 21.5 × 29 cm, hardcover

C. € 58.00, $85.00, £55.00 Briag, Bulgaria), who participated ISBN 978-3-7757-3172-0 in the 2007 Venice ­Biennale and September 2011 documenta 12, represents one of the crucial stances within European art. This volume is the first to provide a comprehensive overview of his oeuvre.

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Texts by Iara Boubnova, Carolyn

❙ A panoramic view of the artist’s oeuvre from 1998 to

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Ars Electronica 2011 Origin—How All Began Ed. Hannes Leopoldseder, Christine Schöpf, Gerfried Stocker, graphic design by Gerhard Kirchschläger

❙ Ars Electronica on a quest for how and where it all began thought, which is not only indistute, where over eight thousand pensible for science, but also uredge on its head; the yearning to gently needed for the development scientists from many different find out where we come from; the ­nations are attempting to under- of plans for sustainable societies. longing to give meaning to our stand the creation of the universe ­existence and to anchor ourselves and the origin of all material, Ars within the big picture of the uniElectronica 2011 is working in the verse: these fundamental, essential world of top level research. It’s also about gaining a new perspective qualities of humankind are the common sources of art and knowl- of institutions such as CERN. After edge. In cooperation with CERN, all, they are affording room for The insatiable hunger for knowl-

the international research insti-

edge; the desire to turn old knowl-

English / German C. 450 pp., c. 700 ills., 17 × 24 cm, softcover C. € 28.00, $45.00, £25.99 ISBN 978-3-7757-3180-5 September 2011

16.5 × 24 cm, softcover, with DVD C. € 48.50, $75.00, £45.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3181-2 September 2011

Exhibition schedule: ++ Ars Electronica Festival, Linz, September 1–6, 2011

[the next idea], the voestalpine Art and Technology Grant, and the ativity, and continues to be a trail- youth competition, u19—freestyle computing. blazer in discovering innovative art. Thirty-five international experts judge thousands of submissions in the categories Computer Animation / Film / VFX, Digital ­Music & Sound Art, Interactive Art, Hybrid Art, Digital Communities, arts award, has been an annual

barometer of trends in digital cre-

ening text by Carolyn Christov-­ Bakargiev, artistic director of dOCUMENTA(13). Rounding out this elaborately designed artist’s book are an extensive interview with the artists, d ­ etailed information about the r­ ecording and playback techniques they employ, a DVD and 3D reproductions, and ­astonishing ornithological and ­literary texts referring to the title work that illustrate h ­ umankind’s special relationship with crows.

The Murder of Crows Ed. Art Gallery of Alberta, texts by Janet Cardiff, Carolyn Christov-

Bakargiev, Catherine Crowston, George Bures Miller, graphic design by Verena Gerlach English 112 pp., 65 ills. in color, 24 ills. in 3 D,

23 × 16.5 cm, hardcover, with DVD and 3 D glasses € 39.80, $60.00, £35.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3177-5 July 2011

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❙ The recipients of the Prix Ars Electronica 2011: the trend barometer of media art

English / German

yet fascinating sound installation

Bures Miller (* 1960), evokes semiconscious dream visions, ancient myths, and last but not least Goya’s etching The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters, which shows birds swarm­ing around the head of a sleeping man dreaming. Besides this work, the volume pre­ sents selected older projects by the two artists as well as an enlight­

Ed. Hannes Leopoldseder, Christine Schöpf, Gerfried Stocker, graphic design by Norbert Artner

C. 330 pp., c. 250 ills.,

The Murder of Crows, the somber

­Janet Cardiff (* 1957) and George

CyberArts 2011

by artists and members of the jury, this book documents the outstanding works from the Prix Ars Electronica 2011. The DVD presents a selection of prizewinning submissions dealing with current trends. Since its inception in 1987, the Prix Ars Electronica, the world’s most highly remunerated digital

of Cardiff and Miller—with a DVD, 3D effects, and 3D glasses

by the team of Canadian artists

Exhibition schedule: ++ Ars Electronica Festival, Linz, September 1–6, 2011

Brimming with pictures and texts

❙ Documentation and material on selected sound installations by the team

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Angela Bulloch Time and Line Ed. Städtische Galerie Wolfsburg, texts by Susanne Pfleger, Christian Rattemeyer, Heinz Stahlhut, score by Ken Ueno, graphic design by Carsten Eisfeld

❙ An artist who calls rules into question and treads new paths English / German C. 112 pp., c. 70 color ills., 27.5 × 21.5 cm, hardcover C. € 29.80, $45.00, £26.99 ISBN 978-3-7757-3171-3 August 2011

Every three years, the City of ­Wolfsburg presents an art prize called Junge Stadt sieht Junge Kunst (Young City Sees Young Art). This year’s prize is going to one of the most interesting contemporary female artists in Germany, Angela Bulloch (* 1966), an installation artist who works in both London and

lication, along with Drawing ­Machines, a group of works begun rules, or viewer interaction. She be- in the nineties that make viewers came known for her Pixel Boxes— part of the production process. It also features a new installation cube-shaped, illuminated boxes capable of creating all sixteen mil- that responds specifically to the lion colors of a television screen exhibition spaces at Schloss using just three basic colors. Draw- ­Wolfsburg. ings make up the core of this pubBerlin. Bulloch’s works often deal

with spatial concepts, systems of

Art to Read Louise Bourgeois ❙ The life and work of the French-American sculptor in our

By Ulf Küster

Art to Read series C. 128 pp., c. 21 ills., 15 in color,

Exhibition schedule: ++ Städtische Galerie Wolfsburg, April 3–September 18, 2011

Louise Bourgeois (1911–2010) was

Alexandra Vogt

12 × 19 cm, softcover C. € 16.80, $30.00, £15.99 ISBN 978-3-7757-3151-5 (German) ISBN 978-3-7757-3227-7 (English) October 2011

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born on December 25, 1911. This book, which is devoted to the central themes of the late artist’s ­oeuvre, is being published on the occasion of her one-hundredth birthday. It examines her life, her exploration of the works of other artists, and the transformation of her emotions into works of art. Over the course of nine chapters, characteristic works are presented in the context of art history by comparing and contrasting them

with works from the Beyeler ­Collection. The book brings home the fact that Bourgeois not only offset the important antagonism between the figurative and the ­abstract in modernism, she also helped to provide a unique interpretive level to modern art beyond that of the purely visible. This publication is an introduction to the life and work of a woman who was one of the most important artists of her time

Texts by Annette Scholl et al., interview with the artist by Erwin Wurm, graphic design by Gabriele Sabolewski

❙ First monograph on the young artist’s visual world, somewhere between distance and idolatry

English / German C. 304 pp., c. 200 color ills., 23 × 29 cm, hardcover C. € 39.80, $60.00, £35.00

The arsenal of figures by Alexandra

form the center of her occasionally

modern. Her works, most of them

Vogt (* 1970 in Mussenhausen, ­Germany) are made up of mythical, sexual, animal people and horse maidens, all of them lost, wounded, or forgotten. Together with the latent, torturous conflicts, rituals, and entanglements involved in mainly female adolescence, they

ironic, fragmented romanticism.

previously created in a kind of ob-

These are images that oscillate

scurity, are surprising in the great

­ etween idolatry and distancing, b ­projections and deconstructions. Vogt’s oeuvre refers to her own time and place, and—on a level of interpretation that is difficult to grasp entirely—to something pre-

artistic autonomy of her visual ­vocabulary. Vogt’s paintings and photographs are being published for the first time in this comprehensive overview.

“Look to my childhood to find the creative impulse for all of the past fifty years spent working, for all of my themes.”  Louise Bourgeois

ISBN 978-3-7757-3205-5 November 2011

Exhibition schedule: ++ Schafhof—Europäisches Künstlerhaus Oberbayern, Freising, opening October 28, 2011

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Stella Hamberg Sculpture

Ed. Mönchehaus Museum Goslar, texts by Bettina Ruhrberg, Manfred Schneckenburger, graphic design by Maria Koehn

❙ First monograph on the most recent sculptures of the Berlin-based artist

English / German 70 pp., c. 35 ills., c. 33 in color, 22 × 30 cm, hardcover € 22.00, $35.00, £19.99 ISBN 978-3-7757-3158-4 July 2011

ous dialogue. Yet a unique language is spoken in each one of her Friedberg) is the human being, the visual worlds. The strong presence same figure that has predominant- of the figures contradicts the stoic ly stood at the center of sculpture autism in which they are and althroughout the art history. For ways will be trapped. “An image is Hamberg, working on a sculpture like a mountain, and a mountain is like being involved in a continu- doesn’t move,” says the artist. The focus of the sculptural voca­

This monograph is the first survey

bulary of Stella Hamberg (* 1975 in

of Stella Hamberg’s current works.

Rosa Barba White Is an Image Texts by Lynne Cooke, Elisabeth

❙ Filmic works that question the various forms of staging in the oeuvre of Rosa Barba Exhibition schedule: ++ Mönchehaus Museum Goslar, May 14–July 31, 2011

“Germany’s most exciting sculptor.” stern.de

­degree that ultimately extends

into a conceptual practice . . . ” A purely documentary publication would not be in the spirit of the artist, which is why besides expert knowledge, comprehensive essays by well-known authors bring personal experience into play. Above all, however, the selection of film stills, preproduction sketches, and pictures by Barba herself help to turn this book, as it were, into a work of art in its own right.

Francesco Manacorda, Nataša Petrešin-Bachelez, Ian White, graphic design by Rupert Smyth English / French / Italian C. 288 pp., c. 100 color ills., 22.5 × 28.5 cm, clothbound C. € 39.80, $60.00, £35.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3019-8 September 2011

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Sicilian artist Rosa Barba (* 1972 in Agrigento, Italy) has earned an international reputation with her films. She sounds out the movie industry with respect to various forms of staging, such as gesture, genre, and information, taking them out of the context in which they are normally seen and reshaping and representing them anew. According to Ian White:,“The effect of this contests and recasts truth and fiction, myth and reality, metaphor and material, to a disorienting

Lebovici, Raimundas Malasauskas,

Helfried Hagenberg Book Sculptures Ed. Helfried Hagenberg, texts by Martina Dobbe, Helfried Hagenberg, graphic design by Iris Grazikowske,

Helfried Hagenberg

❙ Book sculptures situated between notation and construction ❙ Including a sculptural work by the artist Since the seventies at the latest,

English / German C. 160 pp., c. 200 ills., 21 × 27 cm, hardcover € 39.80, $60.00, £35.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3187-4 July 2011

The artist reflects the interplay

tures—sort of three-­dimension-

the book has played an increasingly ­between form and content, and

al works made with scissors that

r­ egards his work as an “eternal dium. Helfried Hagenberg (* 1940 search that takes place between in Hannover) was one of the first vision and meaning.” He cuts, artists to work with paper in a hones, folds, deconstructs, and sculptural context. His conceptual shapes the “wood of the book” with works retain the essential form the most delicate of techniques of the book while at the same time and mathematical precision, creattaking it to different dimensions. ing so-called psaligraphic sculp-

­ ortray the nature of the book. p Containing various groups of works, sculptures, and collages, this extensive publication shows a different side of the book— not least through an integrated psaligraphic sculpture—in the ­truest sense of the word.

prominent role as an artistic me­

“Book sculptures transport the logical into the visual and the associative into the graphic.”  Helfried Hagenberg

Exhibition schedule: ++ Museo di arte moderna e contem­ poranea di Trento e Rovereto, May 25–August 28, 2011 ++ Fondazione Galleria Civica—Centro di Ricerca sulla Contemporaneità di Trento, May 28–August 28, 2011


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Lothar Götz Don't Look Now Ed. Oliver Zybok, texts by Christoph Asendorf, Viola Weigel, Rob Wilson, Oliver Zybok, et al., graphic design by Frank Müller

❙ Geometry with references to architecture London-based artist Lothar Götz (* 1963 in Günzburg, Germany) creates murals based on geometrical

English / German

source materials, with an empha-

C. 232 pp., c. 160 color ills.,

sis on architectural references and

17 × 24 cm, hardcover

concepts of space. The starting points for his works are buildings, empty spaces, and architectural sites, to which he responds with keen intuition. Beginning with the

€ 39.80, $60.00, £35.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3002-0 July 2011

given conditions of a space, he sees both the historical contexts and the modern, functionally ­determined concept of architecture as a formal challenge. Unique spatial characteristics and architec­ tural constructions are recorded, while their geometrical principles are reinforced by means of intense coloration. Götz’s drawings are an

important resource for his murals. Even though they are independent works, many of them are still used

as preliminary sketches for later

Lawrence Weiner

spatial elaborations.

NACH BILDENDE KUNST / AFTER FINE ART

❙ Catalogue raisonné of the artist’s works in the Germanophone world ❙ Featuring in part previously unpublished photographic material With his conceptual, language-­

language-related works, has al-

oriented works, American art leg-

ready been presented in the Ger-

end Lawrence Weiner (* 1942 in

man-speaking world—some of it

the Bronx, New York) expanded the either translated by Weiner him-

Joachim Grommek Without Squirrel Green

notion of sculpture. His radically

self or conceived using German as

abbreviated phrases avoid metaphors, citing everyday speech or sources from literature or the media. The works are intended to be able to be read and used by everyone. They serve as occasion for conversation, cause for thought, and they provide recipients with space for free association. About two thirds of his oeuvre, which comprises more than a thousand

a basis. Featuring over six hundred

graphic design by Ulrich Pester

❙ First major monograph on the artist's treatment of illusion and deception board, which he covers first with

them right off. Thus, the painting’s

Joachim Grommek (* 1957 in Wolfs- a white ground, after which he ap- own materiality becomes the ob-

English / German C. 120 pp., c. 120 ills., 80 in color, 22.5 × 28.5 cm, hardcover € 29.80, $45.00, £26.99 ISBN 978-3-7757-3004-4 July 2011

burg) often refers to art history and

artists such as Kasimir Malevich, Piet Mondrian, Blinky Palermo, and Robert Ryman. His paintings are characterized by the “notion of the authentic forgery” and the interplay of illusion and deception. The artist’s basic material is particle Exhibition schedule: ++ Städtische Galerie Wolfsburg March 20–September 18, 2011 ++ Followed by Galerie der Stadt Remscheid ++ Wilhelm-HackMuseum, Ludwigshafen ++ Haus Konstruktiv, Zurich ++ Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin

plies a layer of paint that resembles the texture of particle board. Next, he adds precisely painted layers of colored enamel to what is now a deceptively authentic particle board surface that so exactly resemble strips of adhesive tape that one thinks one could pull

ject of painting. Grommek’s works

Collector’s Edition

require that the viewer examine them very closely, since they question painting as a medium as well as the status of pictures in general as a sensuous medium of cognition.

with an original work

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NACH BILDENDE KUNST / NACH BILDENDE KÜNSTE, 2011

November 2011

Four-color screen print, with book / Image size: 50 ⊗ 32 cm / Limited edition of 20 + 5 a. p., signed and numbered Preorder price € 3,200.00, after release € 3,500.00

By Gabriele Wix, graphic design by Lawrence Weiner, Anja Lutz English / German C. 160 pp., c. 30 ills.,

16.5 × 24 cm, softcover works, this is the first complete C. € 29.80, $45.00, £26.99 catalogue raisonné of the English / ISBN 978-3-7757-2979-6 German works. The artist has asOctober 2011 sumed responsibility for the typography and cover design, as if the publication itself were one of his own works. Accompanying text and visual documents shed light on the creative process, in situ installations, and text strategies.

Ed. Oliver Zybok, texts by Nina Gülicher, Oliver Zybok, interview with the artist by Susanne Pfleger,

In his geometrical, abstract works,

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Rúrí Ed. Christian Schoen, texts by Gunnar J. Árnason, Laufey Helgadóttir, Dorothea van der Koelen, Halldór Björn Runólfsson, Christian Schoen, graphic design by Atli Hilmarsson

❙ The first comprehensive monograph on the artist, with a catalogue raisonné Icelandic artist Rúrí (* 1951 in Reyk-

identity in general. Influenced by

is a way of giving shape to philos­

ophy, and she poses crucial questions about life in a manner unlike Her early work reflects the tenartists in Scandinavia. Later themes any other artist. sions of a society in turmoil, and it of her actions, performances, pubattests to the strong will required lic art projects, and poetic objects to assert oneself in the male-dom- centered on ethnicity, and she drew inated art world. In the eighties, worldwide attention with her she dealt with questions about her ­Archive—Endangered Waters at the 2003 Venice Biennale. For Rúrí, art own identity as well as cultural javik) is one of the most important Fluxus and Conceptualism, she female artists in northern Europe.

English C. 208 pp., c. 200 color ills., 24 × 28 cm, hardcover C. € 39.80, $60.00, £35.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-2995-6 October 2011

was one of the first performance

Monika Grzymala ❙ Monograph on the prizewinning work on the line in space Poland) creates temporary inter-

Exhibition schedule: ++ National Gallery of Iceland, Reykjavik, March 3–May 6, 2012

English / German C. 112 pp., c. 100 color ills., 27 × 23 cm, hardcover C. € 35.00, $55.00, £32.50 ISBN 978-3-7757-3166-9 October 2011

Christian Ruschitzka Leitmotifs Texts by Gerald Bast, Eva Blimlinger, Brigitte Felderer, Margarete Heck, Roman Horak, Guido Magnaguagno,

Robert Pfaller, interview with the artist by Sasha Pirker, graphic design by Thomas Kussin

❙ Surprise and artistic annoyance aggravate the boundary between sculpture and Conceptual Art

English / German C. 192 pp., c. 256 color ills., 21.5 × 27 cm, half cloth C. € 35.00, $55.00, £32.50 ISBN 978-3-7757-3183-6 August 2011

Christian Ruschitzka (* 1962 in Mürzzuschlag, Austria) is one of country’s most extraordinary artists. As a sculptor, he circuits the concept of sculpture with as much wit and irony as he does with ­criticism and reflective thought. Simple objects, such as, for example, found pieces of furniture, are “skinned” as if they were part of

a hunting ritual, their individual layers of paint stripped off and nailed like trophies onto the wall between sheets of plastic wrap. The artistic (re)arrangement of the elements of these objects makes visible their form of usage and calls to mind the effort that went into their manufacture. A glove directly integrated into the sculpture of a

snowman playfully alludes to the

use and usefulness of things. In the process, the authenticity and independent existence of things are brought to light—major motifs in the humorous ­artist’s work.

Collector’s Edition with an original work

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Aerial I–V, 2011

November 2011

High relief in handmade paper of mulberry, abaca, and kozo fibers in dark gray archival box, with certificate / Sheet size: 33 ⊗ 33 ⊗ 2 cm / Limited edition of 15 originals, signed € 1,200.00

Exhibition schedule: ++ 18th Biennale of Sydney, June 27–September 16, 2012

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works is the relief-like, heavily ­textured paper itself. Once again, ventions in space, which—closely as in other installations of hers, responding to the site at which colorfully mixed or strictly monochromatic strips of tape—a matethey are produced—turn the line into a three-dimensional drawing. rial capable of defining the line— Her works are based on the funda- are turned into a three-dimen­ mental examination of drawing as sional gesture. This monograph is a medium as well as the medium published as part of the Berenberg of paper. In order to be able to Bank’s 2010 index kunstpreis series, translate the line into sculpture, which features the works of the the artist appropriated the Washi prizewinners from 2000 to 2011. technique of making paper by hand. The drawing in these new Monika Grzymala (* 1970 in Zabrze,

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Matthew Monahan Ed. Contemporary Arts Center, graphic design by Lena Mozer

❙ A comprehensive monograph on the work of California’s most radical sculptor Matthew Monahan (* 1972 in Eure-

English C. 256 pp., c. 160 color ills., 23 × 30 cm, hardcover C. € 39.80, $60.00, £35.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3164-5

ka, California) assembles found materials into dynamic sculptures. His work pays homage to ancient and contemporary cultures and ­exhibits references to works by ­Joseph Beuys, Dieter Roth, or Isa Genzken. Besides his sculptures, he creates detailed charcoal drawings that are frequently an integral

part of his assemblages. Laura van Grisven notes in this respect: “Monahan searches for images, icons of hope and faith, and in equal measure of despair and pain, cutting across history, across cultures. He modernizes these images and makes them utterly his own.” For this exhibition, Matthew ­Monahan combines signature

pieces with new sculptural works embracing Zaha Hadid’s architecture and responding to the un­usual

spatial relationships and perspec-

tives of the venue’s spaces. The publication is the first comprehensive book project on the artist to date.

Goran Djurović ❙ The second monograph on Goran Djurović’s oeuvre

October 2011 that accompany it. Paradoxical ­reversals, ironic caesuras, and the

English / French / German

blending of divergent realities

C. 144 pp., c. 80 color ills.,

­create a visual philosophy of ab-

24.5 × 29.5 cm, hardcover C. € 35.00, $55.00, £32.50 ISBN 978-3-7757-3194-2 September 2011

surd failure. Schooled in melancholy and the sarcastic laconism

of Venetian art, each painting questions anew the authenticity of ­human life and the relationship between intrinsic and extrinsic ­nature.

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Serbian artist Goran Djurović (* 1952 in Belgrade), who currently lives and works in Berlin, studied painting in Dresden. Using delicate colors yet with succinct gestures and only ostensibly purely narrative, he describes a disturbing dream world in which the cryptic truths of our lives are revealed. His paintings recall the presumptuousness of our life schemes and the shame and embarrassment

Exhibition schedule: ++ Contemporary Arts Center, Lois & Richard Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art, Cincinnati, April 23–October 30, 2011

Texts by Eric Min, Pierre Roger Turine, graphic design by Anja Lutz

“It’s a poor sort of memory that only works backwards” On the work of Johan Grimonprez Ed. Johan Grimonprez, BenoÎt Detalle, texts by Herman Asselberghs, Catherine Bernard, Jorge Luis Borges, Chris Darke, Jodi Dean, Thomas Elsaesser, Johan Grimonprez, Asad Ismi, et al., graphic design by Inge Ketelers

❙ Scripts, dialogues, and critiques of Grimonprez’s films

English 352 pp., 51 ills., 33 in color, 14.9 × 21.3 cm, clothbound € 29.80, $45.00, £26.99 ISBN 978-3-7757-3130-0 Available

This reader brings together the most insightful dialogues and ­critiques on the work of Johan ­Grimonprez (* 1962 in Belgium) and assembles fragments of his film scripts for the very first time. ­Kobarweng or Where is Your Helicopter? strikes at the heart of what constitutes a bastard child of co­ Exhibition schedule: ++ Blaffer Art Museum, University of Houston, January 15–April 2, 2011 ++ S.M.A.K., Ghent, October 15, 2011–January 8, 2012

lonialism: the legacy of anthropo-

ages resulting from cinema and

logical discourse. dial H-I-S-T-O-R-Y

television, capitalism and commu-

unwraps the hidden dimensions

nism, commercials and warfare.

of our mediatized culture in terms

Maybe the Sky Is Really Green, and

Collector’s Edition with an original work

q by the artist

of the news spectacle and its culti- We’re Just Colorblind serves as a vation of fear, oblivion, and catas-

sketchbook for Johan Grimonprez

Untitled, 2007 (1)

trophe. Double Take uses the image to expand on existing themes and

of Alfred Hitchcock to navigate through disconcerting double im-

explore new ones. Available

Original drawing on different rag papers, in folder, with book / Sheet size: variable, c. 20 ⊗ 27 cm / Limited edition of 10, signed € 600.00

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Seeing Studies Ed. Natascha Sadr Haghighian, Ashkan Sepahvand, institute for incongruent translation, texts by Mehraneh Atashi, Daniel Berndt, Binna Choi, Farhad Fozouni, et al., conversation with Shahab Fotouhi, Reza Haeri, Molly Nesbit, Oya Pancaroglu, graphic design by Farhad Fozouni, image-shift

❙ Artist’s book produced by dOCUMENTA (13) in conjunction with Casco—Office for Art, Design and Theory and the institute for incongruous translation

English / Farsi 304 pp., 201 ills., 21.2 × 23.6 cm, loose-leaf, fastened with binder clips € 39.80, $60.00, £35.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-2972-7 Available

Seeing Studies investigates the ways we learn “to see.” Based on a schoolbook published by the ­Iranian Ministry of Education to teach art in the first year of Iranian public middle school, this bilingual publication embarks on a collab­ orative journey, visiting different “schools of seeing.” The institute for incongruous translation invited

contributors and interlocutors to

to a problem. Throughout this

propose solutions to the problems

­voyage, seeing is understood as a

posed by dissonant visual lan­ guages. These proposals take shape as words, pictures, numbers, objects, practices, and concepts—in sum, “things” coexisting in multiple configurations. Tenuous relations are drawn up between things as they take up positions in relation

radical and expanded process of

depict come together to form ­systems of “agreements” within which their “meanings” are constantly extended, transformed, and reassigned.

Oliver Zybok, et al.

❙ New ways of dealing with death in art, everyday media, and pop culture

dealing with death. Today’s media is filled with numerous previously

English / German C. 256 pp., c. 200 color ills., 24.5 × 30.5 cm, hardcover C. € 39.80, $60.00, £35.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3005-1 October 2011

misconstrued or forgotten coping strategies and new death rituals. Original, contemporary ways of

taking on the impermanence of life are explored in games, films, and video clips. Artists and youth

subcultures are also examining death—their own as well as that of others—more intensely than generally holds true for other social systems. This publication features communications strategies employed by global networks that have long been unobtrusively ­developing their own, new death-­ related rituals. Works and objects

❙ A culturally influenced variety of culinary delights in sensuous photographs ❙ With twenty recipes by Ferran Adrià

are organized according to themes

and appear in an exclusive blend

of art, popular culture, and everyday media, such as the Internet and advertising, making it possible to see the various facets that comprise society’s current image of death.

Texts by Ferran Adrià, Hannah Collins, graphic design by Mark

the physical properties of the

Holborn

­respective foods, accompanying them during their transformation

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into products and their journeys

C. 300 pp., c. 150 color ills.,

through processing and regional

23 × 25 cm, hardcover

preparation. From edible rose ­petals to sea anemones, in sensuous photographs and with the aid of vibrantly narrative texts the publication conveys an impression of what is currently considered ­nutritious and healthy.

C. € 39.80, $60.00, £35.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3210-9 August 2011

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Ed. Birgit Richard, Oliver Zybok, texts by Verena Kuni, Thomas Macho, Birgit Richard, Manfred Schneider,

­always sought for new ways of

The Fragile Feast: Routes to Ferran Adrià

The Fragile Feast was born of a ­creative collaboration between the artist and photographer Hannah Collins (* 1956 in London) and ­Catalan star chef Ferran Adrià and offers scintillating insight into the origins of extraordinary food from different cultures. Collins sought out the original sources of an exclusive selection of around thirty foods and ingredients Adrià uses in his famous restaurant elBulli. The images feature the cultivated landscapes of their origin as well as

Dead Lines

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Global Studies

MEX / LA

Mapping Contemporary Art and Culture

“Mexican” Modernism(s) in Los Angeles, 1930–1985

Ed. Andrea Buddensieg, Hans Belting, Jacob Birken, texts by Thomas Fillitz, Rania Gaafar, Anthony Gardner,

Ed. Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach, California, texts by Mariana Botey, Harry Gamboa Jr.,

Birgit Hopfener, Nicola Müllerschön, Adele Tan, et al.

Renato González Mello, Anna Indych-López, Catha Paquette, et al., graphic design by Jessica Fleischmann

❙ A multilayered analysis of new art worlds

❙ A survey of a multiplicity of media: Mexican painting, photography, film, literature, music, fashion,

English C. 400 pp., c. 100 ills., c. 50 in color, c. 50 in duotone,

17 × 24 cm, softcover C. € 39.80, $60.00, £35.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3202-4 September 2011

­criticism. Besides case studies of

­series on GAM—Global Art and

individual artists and scenes, ­Global ses of selected art institutions

the Museum, a research project initiated by Hans Belting and Peter Weibel of the ZKM | Center for Art and Media Technology Karlsruhe. The goal of the project is to analyze how globalization has affected the situation of art museums, the art market, and the field of art

Studies outlines the histories of

trated volume contains brief analy-

from around the world.

­regional art practices, ex­hibitions,

and “contemporary” ­ideologies. Numerous essays by ­international scholars create a foundation for a discussion of interdisciplinary ­social sciences, humanities, and history. In addition, the richly illus-

The publication focuses on the construction of different notions of mexicanidad within all forms of modernist and contemporary art created in Los Angeles. The period from 1945 to 1985 is when the metropolis consolidated itself as an important cultural center. However, this time frame excludes the controversial and important pres-

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architecture, and literature from Los Angeles This is the third volume in the

ence of the Mexican muralists. It

bition is to understand how na-

is often perceived that the city’s

tionalism and internationalism are

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Mexican culture comes from elsewhere, when in fact it originated locally—it was in Los Angeles and Southern California where José Vasconcelos, Ricardo Flores Magón, Octavio Paz, and other intellectuals developed the idea of modern Mexico. The purpose of this exhi­

constructions of modernism that

C. 224 pp., c. 215 ills., 75 in color,

are not necessarily mutually exclu-

21.5 × 26.5 cm, softcover

sive but often complementary and

C. € 39.80, $60.00, £35.00

enable the formation of Mexican,

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American, or Chicano art in the

September 2011

first place.

Exhibition schedule: ++ Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach, September 18, 2011– January 29, 2012

Osram Seven Screens

ASCO

Ed. Christian Schoen, texts by Adam Budak, Söke Dinkla, Alexander Faller, Matthias Mühling,

Texts by Maris Bustamante, C. Ondine Chavoya, Deborah Cullen, Ramón García, Rita González, Colin Gunckel, Michelle Habell-Pallán, David E. James, Amelia Jones, Josh Kun, Jesse Lerner, Chon A. Noriega, Mario Ontiveros, David Román, Tere Romo, Raúl Villa, graphic design by Shiffman & Kohnke

Lupe Núñez-Fernández, Christian Schoen, graphic design by Klaus Oberer

❙ Publication celebrating the fifth anniversary of Seven Screens the Bavarian capital. New projects

ing technology platform for alter-

that specifically respond to the spatial situation have been presented every six months since 2006. In the past five years, nine internationally renowned artists have produced works for the seven LED steles, located at the headquarters of the lighting manufacturer OSRAM. The artists’ projects

nating art projects in Munich. Be-

English / German C. 144 pp., c. 80 color ills., 24 × 28 cm, hardcover, with DVD C. € 35.00, $55.00, £32.50 ISBN 978-3-7757-2804-1 November 2011

hind this is a one-of-a-kind artistic ­concept within the scope of an ambitious format for art in public space. Up to thirty thousand people pass by the art project every day, which has made it one of the attention-grabbing landmarks in

Exhibition schedule: ++ OSRAM Building at Mittlerer Ring, Hellabrunner StraSSe 1, Munich, May 18–November 7, 2011

playfully and yet profoundly ­exhaust the possibilities offered by the formal and site-specific field of tension through narrative, abstract, and interactive approaches.

❙ The first retrospective on the performance and conceptual art group of the conceptual. The publication provides a panoramic view to the larger international context. of Asco’s nearly twenty years of Geographically and culturally ­artistic output through reproduc­segregated from the still nascent tions of previously unpublished art works, critical essays by art historiLos Angeles contemporary art ans, and historical documents. scene and aesthetically at odds with the emerging Chicano art movement, Asco united to explore and exploit the broad spectrum

This volume presents the multifac- bulent sociopolitical times in Los

eted work of the Chicano performance and conceptual art group Asco (1972–87), which began as a tight-knit company of artists from

East Los Angeles around Harry Gamboa Jr., Gronk, Willie Herrón, and Patssi Valdez. Asco set about through performance, public art, and multimedia to respond to tur-

Angeles, actions that ran parallel

Artists featured (selection): Anouk De Clercq Harun Farocki Haubitz + Zoche Herlinde Koelbl Mader / Stublic / Wiermann Bjørn Melhus Saskia Olde Wolbers Rúrí

Exhibition schedule: ++ Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, September 4– December 4, 2011++ Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, MA, February 4–July 29, 2012 ++ And further venues

English C. 432 pp., c. 266 color ills., 19.4 × 23.9 cm, hardcover C. € 39.80, $60.00, £35.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3003-7 August 2011

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Elite of the Obscure. A Retrospective, 1972–1987


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A Feast for the Eyes The Collection of the Kronenhalle in Zurich Ed. Dirk Boll, texts by Kurt Aeschbacher, Thomas Bechtler, Bruno Bischofberger, Dirk Boll, Urs Faes, Margrit Hahnloser-Ingold, Daniel Keel, Werner Merzbacher, Andreas Spillmann, et al.

❙ The Kronenhalle in Zurich presents its art treasures

C. 176 pp., c. 130 color ills., 24 × 28 cm, hardcover C. € 39.80, $60.00, £35.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3178-2 (German) ISBN 978-3-7757-3179-9 (English)

October 2011

You do not have to travel far to have the pleasure of dining beneath a Chagall: it is enough to enjoy an evening on the town in Zurich. The walls of the Kronenhalle Restaurant at Bellevue Square in Zurich display showpieces from the Hulda and Gustav Zumsteg Foundation. Gustav Zumsteg (1915–2005), son of the legendary owner of the ­Kronenhalle, Hulda Zumsteg, and a passionate art collector, concen-

trated on works by classic modern

tales to tell about their favorite

artists who, along with literary ­figures, couturiers, and actors, ­frequented the brasserie and bar. At the forefront of this publication are the works of art at the Kronenhalle. It contains an essay by the editor of this impressive compilation as well as a written portrait of the collector himself. It also ­includes contributions by guest ­authors who have very personal

­pictures at the Kronenhalle.

Wild Sky Ed. Sabine Himmelsbach, EdithRuß-Haus für Medienkunst, texts by

❙ “Celestial” works between mysticism, romanticism, and science

Eva Díaz, Joe Winter, graphic design

(selection):

Alex Cecchetti Peter Coffin Cerith Wyn Evans Spencer Finch Olia Lialina Matt Mullican Lisa Oppenheim Trevor Paglen Katie Paterson

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of the heavens, their physical projects in photography, video, ­conditions, and their unique visual painting, and installation, each fascination. Out of the fundamenone with the sky as its theme. The tal futility of this human effort the goal of this presentation is to map, artists derive a sense of the mystimeasure, and chart the firmament. cal and sublime, while the art itself Using stars, sunsets, and even manifests the romantic aspects of ­satellites, artists attempt to under- a seemingly completely rational world. stand the skies, well knowing that it can never really be encompassed. These works of art reflect our desire to fathom the vaults This publication presents unusual

Artists featured

René Wirths

Graham Burnett, Michael Connor,

Walid Raad / The Atlas Group Semiconductor

The Thing Itself

Joe Winter

Texts by Emily Ansenk, Almut Hüfler, graphic design by Knut Bayer

❙ Photorealistic paintings transporting a philosophic world view

Dutch / English / German 120 pp., 55 color ills., 28 × 24.5 cm, hardcover € 35.00, $55.00, £32.50 ISBN 978-3-7757-3223-9 July 2011

sense of perception, ­creating a feeling of alienation and singularly range of three-dimensional objects The Thing Itself. The com­position of redefining our view of reality. into two dimensions on canvas: the objects in relation to the cana paintbrush, a sewing machine, vas has been accurately thought a ball, scrunched-up paper, and an out, the dimensions of the objects assortment of chairs and bicycles. determining the format of the His accurate painting technique painting. In fact, the only thing ­allows him to reproduce exactly that the artist seems to determine what he sees. Set against a neutral, is the choice of format. The paintwhite background, Wirths’s metic- ings of René Wirths play with our René Wirths (* 1967 in Waldbröl,

ulous compositions force the ob-

Germany) has translated a wide

server to view the object as such—

Exhibition schedule: ++ Kunsthal Rotterdam, June 25– September 18, 2011 ++ Followed by Kunsthalle Tübingen

Exhibition schedule: ++ Edith Russ House for Media Art, Oldenburg, May 27–August 14, 2011 ++ And further venues


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Art Basel Miami Beach 2011

Why I Never Became a Dancer

Ed. Art Basel, graphic design by Beat Müller

Ed. Ingvild Goetz, Susanne Touw, Stephan Urbaschek, texts by Cornelia Gockel, Ingvild Goetz, Anke Hoffmann,

Karsten Löckemann, Kevin McGarry, Petra Meyer, Dominikus Müller, Jörg Schafaff, Rainald Schumacher, Dominika Szope, Isabelle Vereet, Katharina Vossenkuhl, graphic design by Schmidt / Thurner / von Keisenberg

❙ The catalogue accompanying the most important art fair in the United States understanding current art trends

Art B ­ asel Miami Beach is a new

and the prevailing international art

American sister-event of Art Basel

type of cultural event, combining

market. It is an essential reference

The former air-raid shelter at the

forms. The exhibition presents a

book for all art professionals and

Haus der Kunst has been trans-

fascinating combination of social

exciting program of special exhibi- collectors, with a special focus on tions, parties, and crossover events the art world of the Americas. including music, film, architecture and design. The accompanying c­atalogue, with around 350 color illustrations, is a valuable tool for

formed into a venue for the pre-

C. 650 pp., c. 350 ills., 21.2 × 29.7 cm, softcover € 45.00, $65.00, £40.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3139-3

annual art fair in the world. An ­exclusive selection of 250 leading art galleries from North America, Latin America, Europe, South Africa, and Asia will exhibit art of the twen­tieth and twenty-first centu-

October 2011

sentation of international works on video that deal with the theme of a youth spent in media society and popular culture. Facets of socialization, hybrid patterns of behavior, and international influenc-

es appear in a multiplicity of

Exhibition schedule: ++ Art Basel Miami beach, December 1–4, 2011

has matured out of the past. The last thirty years are also called and personal dimensions, provid- to mind in Rosemarie Trockel’s ing a wealth of material that virtu- Yvonne, Rineke Dijkstra’s The Buzzclub, Liverpool, UK / Mysteryworld, ally demands to be explored. And Zaandam, NL, and especially in the it is not only present-day generations that see themselves reflected eponymous story by Tracey Emin, Why I Never Became a Dancer. here. Tobias Zielony’s Behind the Block or Martin Brand’s Station, for instance, capture a zeitgeist that

English / German C. 120 pp., c. 200 color ills., 18 × 22 cm, softcover C. € 19.00, $30.00, £17.99 ISBN 978-3-7757-3154-6

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ries by over two thousand artists.

national art show in Florida, is the

in Switzerland, the most important an international art show with an

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❙ Pictures and stories on a youth spent between media society and popular culture

Art Basel Miami Beach, the inter-

October 2011

Exhibition schedule: ++ Goetz Collection, Haus der Kunst, Munich, September 30, 2011– February 2012

Art & Stars & Cars On the Occasion of the Automobile's 125th Anniversary

Dance / Draw

Ed. Renate Wiehager for Daimler AG, texts by Renate Wiehager et al., graphic design by superfantastic

Texts by Carrie Lambert-Beatty, Catherine Lord, Helen Molesworth, graphic design by Omnivore

❙ Works making reference to automobiles, from the realm of the abstract avant-garde and

❙ The first art-historical compendium on the dynamics of the line in drawing and dance

international media art, presented at the Mercedes Benz Museum in Stuttgart contemporary art. Without having

ographies of the artists. This is

Museum in Stuttgart, designed

to move a single car, works by ­artists such as Adolf Hölzel, Andy Warhol, and Sylvie Fleury have been integrated into the automobile display. Tracing the path of the regular museum tour, the publication assembles all of the aspects of the exhibition in magazine format, including pictures, essays, and bi-

­supplemented by a chronology of

by architects van Berkel & Bos, an

216 pp., 733 ills., 643 in color, 29 × 34 cm, softcover € 19.80, $30.00, £17.99 ISBN 978-3-7757-3184-3 (German) ISBN 978-3-7757-3185-0 (English) Available

equally spectacular art event is taking place on the occasion of Mercedes-Benz’s 125th anniversary. The Daimler Art Collection is presenting itself to the public with 250 works spanning the classic modern period to international Exhibition schedule: ++ Mercedes-Benz Museum, Stuttgart, May 10–September 25, 2011

important events from the history of art, culture, and architecture in Stuttgart, covering the period from

1886 to 2011 and paying tribute to the 125th anniversary of the automobile and the Württembergian inventors Karl Benz, Gottlieb ­Daimler, and Wilhelm Maybach.

Artists featured (selection): Josef Albers

Anselm Reyle

John M Armleder

Michael Sailstorfer

Sylvie Fleury

Pietro Sanguineti

Nic Hess

Anton Stankowski

Adolf Hölzel

Andy Warhol

Robert Longo

Simone Westerwinter

Philippe Parreno

Ben Willikens

Charlotte Posenenske

Dance and the visual arts have long since entered a relationship, yet an authoritative portrayal of the points at which they intersect has yet to be compiled. This comprehensive publication now assembles works by about forty different artists in an attempt to find a place in art history for the multilayered affinities between contem-

porary dance and the modern visu-

tion to leap out of the (picture)

al arts of the past forty years. The

frame. In both places, the line, as

line is used to trace this history. While modern dance veers from the strict codes of traditional ballet en pointe, adopting everyday gestures and natural, childlike play into its standard repertoire, contemporary drawing also abandons the confines of technical perfec-

an independent means of expression, emancipates itself from con-

English

summate form in order to appear

C. 176 pp., c. 125 color ills.,

in space as an open, socially inte-

19 × 24 cm, softcover

grative element.

C. € 35.00, $55.00, £32.50 ISBN 978-3-7757-3163-8 October 2011

Exhibition schedule: ++ The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, October 7, 2011–­January 16, 2012 ++ Followed by Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, New York

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Postcapital Archive 1989–2001

“No one else has these colors”: Kirchner's Painting

Ed. Hans D. Christ, Iris Dressler, texts by Hans D. Christ, Iris Dressler, Iván de la Nuez, Valentín Roma,

Ed. Karin Schick, Heide Skowranek, texts by Christoph Krekel, Karin Schick, Heide Skowranek, et al.,

graphic design by Nieves and Mario Berenguer Ros

graphic design by Susanne Bax

❙ A political art project in the form of a multimedia installation, open database, and interactive

❙ Lavishly illustrated publication on Kirchner’s working process, painting methods, and techniques

laboratory

336 pp., c. 200 color ills., 17 × 24 cm, clothbound C. € 35.00, $55.00, £32.50 ISBN 978-3-7757-3170-6 September 2011

examines developments after the collapse of the Wall not from the aspect of postcommunism, but postcapitalism. He is concerned with the question of how “Western” societies have changed without their former counterpart, communism, and what kinds of new walls were built through global

We are powerfully fascinated by

temporaries see them? How did

politics after 1989 and 2001. The

the rich colors and brilliant light in

he implement his materials? What personal testimonials on painting

foundation of the project is a digital

the paintings by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880–1938), his expressive figurative picture and scenes of the big city, the majestic mountain landscapes of Davos, and the abstract quality of his later works. How did Kirchner himself perceive his colors, and how did his con-

sort of visual effects did the paint-

techniques are evaluated, while

er want to achieve? This publica-

­selected works by the artist are

C. 160 pp., c. 120 color ills.,

tion, which accompanies an exhibition at the Kirchner Museum in Davos, examines these and many other questions about his working process, painting methods, and techniques, and why he later

presented and examined with the

21 × 27 cm, hardcover

assistance of state-of-the-art ­scientific methods.

C. € 39.80, $60.00, £35.00

archive containing over 2,500 files the artist has gathered from the Internet over the course of the past decade.

painted over his works. Kirchner’s

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The project Postcapital Archive 1989–2001 by Spanish artist Daniel García Andújar centers on the profound changes that have occurred around the world on social, political, economic, and cultural levels. Key issues are the fall of the Berlin Wall and the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York. Here, Andújar

ISBN 978-3-7757-3138-6 (German) ISBN 978-3-7757-3137-9 (English) December 2011

Exhibition schedule: ++ Kirchner Museum, Davos, December 12, 2011–April 15, 2012

The Marcel Duchamp Impulse

Kunstmuseum Basel

Where do we go from here? Contributions to the Schwerin Symposium

The Masterpieces

Ed. Kornelia Röder, Antonia Napp, texts by Ana Dimke, Thomas Girst, Gunda Luyken, Didier Ottinger,

Ed. Kunstmuseum Basel, texts by Nina Zimmer et al., graphic design by Schott & Schibig

Kornelia v. Berswordt-Wallrabe, Gerhard Graulich, graphic design by Atelier Sternstein

❙ An imposing volume featuring highlights from the Kunstmuseum Basel ❙ The commencement of a new series of symposia at the Staatliches Museum Schwerin

English / German C. 208 pp., c. 38 ills., 17 × 24 cm, softcover C. € 19.80, $30.00, £17.99 ISBN 978-3-7757-3182-9 September 2011 Poiesis: Schriftenreihe des Duchamp-Forschungszentrums series, vol. 1

The Kunstmuseum Basel is home

­Konrad Witz, the Holbein family,

sionist, and American works of

to one of the largest museum ­collections in Europe. In its unique history, it has assembled works from the early fifteenth century to the present. This lavishly illustrated catalogue presents and comments on 160 masterpieces from every epoch. Among the Old Masters, these include works by

and Lucas Cranach the Elder. The

art. The publication also features

nineteenth century is extensively

extremely important key works

re­presented by Cézanne, Gauguin,

by artists such as Picasso, Léger,

van Gogh, Monet, and Renoir. A

Chagall, and Giacometti. Post-1960

C. 336 pp., c. 160 color ills.,

special accent on Swiss painters is

works in the collection include pieces by Beuys, Warhol, and Judd.

25 × 29.5 cm, hardcover

set with works by Füssli, Böcklin,

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c­ ontinues to exude for art and This anthology ­provides a comprehensive perspective of the current ­begun by the Duchamp Research art h ­ istory. The contributions by Center in Schwerin, this volume discourse on Duchamp. ­renowned scholars Kornelia von features a collection of essays from ­Berswordt-Wallrabe, Thomas the first symposium on Marcel Girst, Gerhard Graulich, Ana Dimke, ­Duchamp, held in 2009. Titled László Beke, Gunda Luyken, and Where Do We Go From Here?, na­Didier Ottinger shed light on the tional and international Duchamp myriad of concepts and thoughts researchers examine the inspirasparked by Duchamp’s work in the tion that Duchamp’s oeuvre various fields of art and art theory. The first in Poiesis, a new series

and Hodler. From the classic mod-

ISBN 978-3-7757-2756-3 (German)

ern era, particular importance is

ISBN 978-3-7757-2757-0 (English)

placed on Cubist, German Expres-

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Arno Schmidt, Photographer Developing a Visual Awareness

Friedrich Seidenstücker Of Hippos and Other Humans

❙ Striking black-and-white and color photographs by the distinguished author

Janos Frecot, Gabriele Kostas,

Rainer Stamm, Thomas Weski, graphic design by Verena Gerlach English / German C. 160 pp., c. 80 color ills., C. € 29.80, $45.00, £26.99 ISBN 978-3-7757-3149-2 September 2011

Exhibition schedule: ++ Günter Grass-Haus, Lübeck, July 8– October 2, 2011 ++ École Normale Supérieure de Photographie (ENSP), Arles, November 9– December 11, 2011 ++ Literatur-­ zentrum Vorpommern Koeppenhaus, Greifswald, opening February 2012 ++ and further Venues

northern Germany. His photo-

only one of the most important

graphs transform the dimensions

authors of the twentieth century,

of the actual landscape into planes

but a photographer as well. Since

of color and texture that exude harmony and balance. His “creative eye” allowed him to generate arresting still lifes out of the most inconspicuous everyday objects, such as a wheelbarrow or a garden hose. This publication examines this secondary body of art works from a variety of perspectives.

Friedrich Seidenstücker (1882– 1966) is noted for his atmospheric photographs of everyday life in Berlin during the Weimar Republic. Thanks to his compassionate studies of animals, he has an almost legendary reputation among animal and zoo lovers, and his haunting pictures of Berlin in ruins are a precious source of material for h ­ istorians. His images seem to be spontaneous, sympathetic examples of the kind of photography that excels at capturing the moment. They are free of any exag­

geration or extravagance, and dis-

Christoph Ribbat, Sabine Schnakenberg,

play a sense of humor rarely found

Antje Schunke, et al., graphic design

in photography. His work is buoyed

by Verena Gerlach

by a fundamental optimism, yet it does not ignore the harshness, poverty, and suffering that prevailed at that time. Besides seven essays that deal with Seidenstücker’s work in the context of the history of early twentieth-century photography, this publication also contains a scholarly appendix.

English / German C. 320 pp., c. 270 ills., 6 in color, 23 × 27.2 cm, softcover C. € 45.00, $70.00, £40.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3131-7 October 2011

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16.5 × 24 cm, hardcover

Arno Schmidt (1914–1979) was not

it was first published and exhi­ bited in 2003, his photographic oeuvre has increasingly sparked interest among art and photography audiences. Schmidt’s images feature those places that served as settings for the stories he was planning. Most of them, however, document the heath around his home in the village of Bargfeld in

Texts by Wolfgang Brückle, Ulrich Domröse, Florian Ebner, Ulrike Griebner,

Ed. Janos Frecot, foreword by Jan Philipp Reemtsma, texts by

❙ The standard work on the life and work of the Berlin-based photographer

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Sensitizing and expanding our

try on film. Gefeller takes at least

­perception of what is allegedly a

two shots of utility poles vertically

familiar reality is the attitude ­Düsseldorf-based photographer Andreas Gefeller (* 1970) adopts in his work. His most recent photographs are clearly more formal and structural, and they exhibit striking pictorial qualities. The Japan Series originated on the occasion of the European Eyes on Japan project, within the scope of which European photographers are invited each year to capture their impressions of this Far Eastern coun-

from below. In the subsequent ­digital composite the poles disappear, and the innumerable cables and transformers are converted

into an abstract composition against a monochrome background.

Other photographs depict plants, their branches winding around rectangular wire mesh or wooden grates. The absence of points of

Ed. Huis Marseille, Amsterdam,

While vast areas of housing in many Chinese communes were ­being demolished in order to make way for the modern age and its contemporary lifestyle and attitudes, de Maar found a surprising diversity of types and uses of classical living spaces. Never before has the worn and intimate character of household life in China, in all its culturally hybrid forms, been ­revealed in such a direct manner.

Els Barents, texts by Marrigje de Maar,

works opens up a new perspective

on familiar situations.

Collector’s Edition

Collector’s Edition

with an original work

with an original work

by the artist

by the artist

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Poles 33, 2010

Fujian / 08.12.2009

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tial body of work has taken shape.

reference and orientation in these

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C-print in folder, with book / Sheet size: 40 ⊗ 40 cm / Image size: 37 ⊗ 37 cm /

C-print, produced by Peter Svenson, in folder, with book / Sheet size: 42 ⊗ 42 cm /

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Marrigje de Maar (* 1944 in The Hague) creates photographs of the ephemeral world of the home, of being rooted. She regards the interior itself as a portrait of identity. The trained sociologist seeks out those striking and magical places where families have come together for generations—where life has “worn itself into” a house. Very important is her unusual treatment of light: her photographs are veritable masterpieces of chiaroscuro. After five trips to China, a substan-

❙ Abstractions und reductions: The Japan Series by Andreas Gefeller

Christoph Schaden, graphic design by Andreas Gefeller

Photography

❙ A journey through time: spectacular photography of living rooms from “Old China”

The Japan Series Texts by Celina Lunsford,

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❙ Spectacular landscape and portrait photography produced along

Empty and Full

Frank Gaudlitz La Ruta del Sol

the legendary Ruta del Sol while traversing the Andes Ed. Helen Molesworth, texts by Jill Medvedow, Helen Molesworth,

❙ In the tradition of the great American street photographers: Catherine Opie looks at political gatherings

Anna Stothart, interview with the artist by Helen Molesworth,

One of the defining artists of her

the relationship between people

graphic design by Margarethe

generation, photographer Cathe-

and places. This catalogue presents

rine Opie (* 1961 in Sandusky, Ohio)

her latest photographs of political

is known for her portraits and landscapes. She has frequently combined these two elements by training her camera on how people take possession of different landscapes—from high-school football players on the field or ice fishermen on frozen lakes to surfers waiting for the next wave. Opie recently returned to the genre of street photography, elaborating on

demonstrations and gatherings—

Hausstätter English 96 pp., 53 color ills., 25.3 × 27.7 cm, hardcover € 29.80, $40.00, £26.99 ISBN 978-3-7757-3015-0 Available

ranging from the inauguration

of President Obama to Tea Party rallies. Drawing on the long and ­illustrious tradition of American landscape painting and documentary photography, like that of ­Berenice Abbott and Robert Frank, Opie affords us a look at demo­ cracy in action.

Cotopaxi and Chimborazo, and ­ pproaching the north Peruvian a city of Trujillo, Gaudlitz produced stunning photos of sites along this historical route. Besides the blackand-white images of landscapes, with their roads, rivers, and small villages, Gaudlitz also took portraits of the people in these regions, ­presenting a multifaceted image of society—from the indigenous people in their simple huts and houses to the wealthy elite in ­Quito, Ecuador’s capital.

Ed. E & E AG, texts by Hans Jürgen Erbeldinger, Ottmar Ette, Matthias Flügge, graphic design by Hans-Heinrich Ruta German / Spanish C. 204 pp., c. 100 ills., 60 in color, 40 in duotone, 30 x 27 cm, hardcover C. € 39.80, $60.00, £35.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3215-4 October 2011

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On his journey through South America, Frank Gaudlitz (* 1958 in Vetschau, Germany) followed an important historical route in his attempt to get as close as possible to photographing sites that were important to the research expedition undertaken by Alexander von Humboldt. Without knowing it at first, in 1801 Humboldt traveled twelve hundred kilometers across the Andes along the Incan Ruta del Sol. Starting at the Rio Mayo in ­Columbia, then crossing Ecuador with its breathtaking volcanoes

Collector’s Editions with an original work

r by the artist

Sunset # 6, 2008 Untitled # 5 (Inauguration Portraits), 2008

Available

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€ 480.00 per motif

Exhibition schedule: ++ The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, April 15–September 5, 2011

Exhibition schedule: ++ Centro Cultural Biblioteca Julio Mario Santo Domimgo, BogotÁ, June 11–26, 2011 ++ Centro de Arte Contemporáneo de Quito, September 2011 ++ Lima, opening November 2011


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Sandra Kantanen

The Helsinki School Vol. 4

Landscapes Foreword by Timothy Persons, texts by Alistair Hicks, Tomas

❙ Pure girl power: the Helsinki School’s women photographers

❙ On a quest for the essence of nature: an unusual photographic perspective

Ed. Aalto University―School of Art

Träskman, graphic design by Inger

Kulvik-Kantanen English 128 pp., 70 color ills., 24.6 × 28.9 cm, half cloth € 35.00, $55.00, £32.50 ISBN 978-3-7757-3191-1

thus employing the visual tradition

of painting and the connotations

of the characteristic artistic style in

her work. In the meantime, she has begun digitally processing her photos from China, Japan, Finland, and Tibet, creating distortion, blurring, or streaking, some of which recall the results of overexposure. In this way, the young artist, a graduate of the University of Art and Design, the talent pool in Helsinki, investigates and expands the boundaries of photography itself.

Artists featured (selection):

point of view. Innovative concepts

and Design, texts by Andrea Holzherr,

become one of Finland’s biggest

and techniques as well as a vari­-

Timothy Persons, graphic design

exports. Graduates of Aalto Univer­ ety of forms distinguish the work Elina Brotherus Nanna Hänninen Maarit Hohteri Wilma Hurskainen Tiina Itkonen Ulla Jokisalo Aino Kannisto Sanna Kannisto Sandra Kantanen Marjaana Kella Milja Laurila Anni Leppälä Susanna Majuri Nelli Palomäki Riitta Päiväläinen Marjukka Vainio Ea Vasko Niina Vatanen Saana Wang Pernilla Zetterman

Exhibition schedule: ++ Purdy Hicks Gallery, London June 6–July 7, 2011 ++ Pyhäniemi Manor, Hollola, Finland, July 2– August 14, 2011

Photography has in the meantime

sity's School of Art and Design in Helsinki e ­ xhibit their pictures around the globe. Also extraor­ dinarily successful are previous volumes of The Helsinki School, a series devoted to these young ­artists and their works. Now, the fourth volume of the series focuses on female artists, inquiring into the possibility of a special female

of this gener­ation of photographers—the spectrum ranges from Tiina ­Itkonen’s documentary-style ­pictures of Greenland and Anni ­Leppälä’s theatrically staged in­te­ riors to the painterly nature studies by Sandra Kantanen. Timothy Persons pre­sents the twenty ­artists and their highly individual artistic stances.

by Claudia Stein English C. 192 pp., c. 190 color ills., 29 × 24 cm, hardcover C. € 35.00, $55.00, £32.50 ISBN 978-3-7757-3211-6 September 2011

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The poetic works of Sandra ­Kantanen (* 1974 in Helsinki) are more than just landscapes. Strongly influenced by traditional Chinese landscape painting, she at first sought ideal types of motifs in the sacred mountains of China, yet rarely found what she was looking for. It was not until she combined two media and utilized painterly means that she achieved the profound expression she desired. ­Kantanen printed her early photos on hand-painted metal grounds,

A Female View

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Bettina Lockemann

Roman Bezjak Socialist Modernism

Kontaktzonen / Contact Zones

❙ Photographs on the historical architectural culture of eastern Europe’s urban landscapes

Ed. Hans D. Christ, Iris Dressler, texts by Hans D. Christ et al.,

Ed. Inka Schube, Sprengel Museum

❙ The first monograph on the photographer’s theory-based work

graphic design by L2M3

Whereas the West encounters

institutions, hotels, and palaces

Lockemann explores a number of

the now-fossilized witnesses of

of culture in familiar and foreign

is being released in conjunction

social issues in her extensive series.

planned economies and socialist

places—from Tallinn and Tirana to

C. 280 pp., c. 340 color ills.,

with the exhibition of the same

She shifts attention to urban situa-

Dresden and Dnipropetrovsk. His

name at the Württembergischer

tions, constructs of globalization

Kunstverein in Stuttgart. Locke-

and the Other, politically defined

modernism with skepticism, ­Roman Bezjak (* 1962 in Slovenia) takes an impartial view of communist architecture. After producing prizewinning photo essays for GEO and the Frankfurter Allgemeine ­Zeitung, for the past five years the artist has concentrated on traveling through eastern and southeastern Europe. Bezjak used a largeformat camera to take photographs of residential buildings,

17 × 23 cm, softcover C. € 39.80, $60.00, £35.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3169-0 September 2011

mann’s works stand out due to the spaces, or scenarios involving conunspectacular gesture they make within the world of contemporary photography. The superior quality of the images, their contextual complexity, and their precise conception attest to the way the artist reflects on the aesthetic and theoretical parameters of photography.

trol and surveillance. As always, her primary pursuit is the investigation of the relationship between image and reality.

series render a kind of archaeology

English / German

of postwar modernism without

160 pp., 76 color ills.,

nostalgically glorifying the former

30.5 × 25 cm, hardcover

East Bloc, for he also makes visible

€ 39.80, $60.00, £35.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3188-1 Available

the exploitation of utopia and its entry into everyday life. This publication thus captures a world threatened by demolition, parts of which—such as the Palace of the Republic in Berlin—no longer exist.

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Bettina Lockemann: Contact Zones

English / German

Hannover, texts by Till Briegleb, Christian Raabe, Inka Schube, graphic design by Mario Biehs, Sabine Schmidtpeter

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R by the artist

Skopje, Macedonia, 2008

July 2011

C-print in folder, with book / Sheet size: 40 ⊗ 50 cm / Image size: 38 ⊗ 45 cm / Limited edition of 20 + 5 a. p., signed Preorder price € 380.00, after release € 480.00

Exhibition schedule: ++ Sprengel Museum Hannover, June 22–October 16, 2011 ++ Robert Morat Gallery, Hamburg, January 21–March 17, 2012


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Chi Peng

Jacqueline Hassink

Me, Myself, and I

The Table of Power 2

Texts by Feng Boyi, Richard Vine, conversation between Ai Weiwei and the artist, graphic design by Fu Ruixiang, Jiang Xiaoshun

Texts by Michiel Goudswaard, Jacqueline Hassink, Annegret Pelz, Jeroen van der Veer,

❙ The most important works created by the Chinese artist between 2003 and 2010

❙ A comparison and photographic panorama of “tables of power”

himself, with dragonfly wings, fly over the ocean, heading for a protagonist himself in his staged, vague horizon. Like many of his digitally processed photographs. contemporaries, due to China’s ofThe scenarios vary enormously: in ficial family policy Chi Peng was the series Sprinting Forward, sever- raised a single child, so important al nude Chi Pengs flee from an at- themes in his work are adolestack by red airplanes, while in his cence, growing up, and issues reDream series, multiple versions of volving around sexual identity.

graphic design by Irma Boom

Chinese artist Chi Peng (* 1981 in

However, China’s relentless prog-

The financial crisis of 2009 shook

what were at the time the largest

powerful actors on the market:

Yantai, Shandong) is usually the

ress and the accompanying feel-

the global economy to its very foundations. Yet has anything changed at the centers of power since? Do executive suites look ­different than they used to? And what do they actually look like? A decade ago, Jacqueline Hassink (* 1966 in Enschede, the Netherlands) captured images of desks and conference room tables at

multinational corporations in the

banks, insurance companies, and

world. Magnum photographer

corporations such as Shell, BP, Volks­ C. 240 pp., c. 80 ills.,

Martin Parr included her project in

wagen, and ING. With scientific

c. 60 in color,

his catalogue of the most impor-

precision, Hassink focuses on the

26.5 × 32 cm, hardcover

tant photo books of the twentieth

desks and tables in deserted, soul-

C. € 49.80, $75.00, £45.00

century. Today, the artist is taking

less rooms—as if emptiness was

ISBN 978-3-7757-3214-7

another look at the headquarters of the approximately fifty companies that the American business magazine Fortune lists as the most

one of the inherent features of

November 2011

29.7 × 25.7 cm, hardcover € 35.00, $55.00, £32.50 ISBN 978-3-7757-3132-4 Available

ings of optimism, doubt, insecurity, and isolation can also be found in his images, where reality and fiction meet.

Exhibition schedule: ++ Groninger Museum, Groningen, March 26–September 25, 2011

C. 350 pp., c. 120 ills., c. 50 in color, 24 × 30 cm, hardcover C. € 49.80, $75.00, £45.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3173-7 August 2011

Exhibition schedule: ++ Galerie Wouter van Leeuwen, Amsterdam, 2011 ++ Moscow House of Photography, 2013 ++ and further venues

Pierre Crocquet de Rosemond

Ebbe Stub Wittrup

Pinky Promise

Presumed Reality

Ed. Bronwyn Law-Viljoen, graphic design by François Smit

Texts by Gitte Broeng, Rune Gade, graphic design by Åse Eg

❙ A visual journey tracing memories of childish innocence and sexual abuse

❙ An extraordinary series by the Danish artist

In his last photo project, Pierre Crocquet (* 1971 in Cape Town) ­produced sensitive psychological studies of a small multicultural community in South Africa. Now, he focuses on a no less explosive psychological detail, carefully feeling his way through places where old wounds were once incurred, examining the experience of child

The act of abuse is frozen in histo-

A box of slides from hiking trips in

ry; it is not permitted to melt away

Norway and Switzerland in the late out details or lends them greater

but remains crystallized in eternity.

fifties that the artist once found forms the point of departure for the conceptual work by Ebbe Stub Wittrup (* 1973 in Aarhus). The color photographs have faded over time, and the patina points toward a ­distant past. Yet the artist uses these documents without a sense

Exhibition schedule: ++ Johannesburg Art Gallery, Fall 2011

power.

abuse with his camera. Without passing judgment, his pictures capture the suffering of the victim as well as the loneliness of the ­perpetrator. Remembering reveals trauma and healing on both sides. Both victim and abuser share a ­secret—a constrained promise of ­silence, symbolized by the linking of little fingers: the Pinky Promise.

Thus, contemporary scenes are in black and white, while personal documents, such as a family album, are lit up in brilliant colors.

of nostalgia. He digitally blocks

world in the background becomes razor sharp. One can only guess

what is real—Presumed Realities. sharpness. He plays with colors, forms, light, and shadow regardless of what is depicted. In this way, images of an ascent to a summit or people taking a break are transformed into abstract paintings: the outlines of people in the foreground dissolve, and the alpine

Exhibition schedule: ++ Nusser & Baumgart, Munich, July 7–August 12, 2011 ++ Martin Asbæk Gallery, Copenhagen, August 12–September 17, 2011 ++ Kunsthallen Brandts, Odense, October 14, 2011–January 29, 2012

English 64 pp., 130 color ills., 30.5 × 20.5 cm, hardcover

€ 29.80, $45.00, £26.99 ISBN 978-3-7757-3216-1 July 2011

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Andreas Gursky Works 80–08 Ed. Martin Hentschel, text by Martin Hentschel, graphic design by Yonne Quirmbach

❙ The standard work on Gursky‘s oeuvre, now in a new, revised edition in time to his student days at the Folkwang Hochschule Essen, the world’s leading photographic followed by the period in which artists. Now, for the first time ever, he was in the class taught by Bernd an attempt is being made to unand Hilla Becher at the Kunstakadfurl the artist’s oeuvre in all its en- emie Düsseldorf. Beginning with cyclopedic glory. Gursky has select- the earliest exposures, such as the ed over 150 images from his pool Desk Attendants and other unpubof photographs, reaching back lished photographs, the publicaAndreas Gursky (* 1955 in Leipzig)

has ranked for many years among

English / German 272 pp., 174 color ills., 21 × 26.3 cm, clothbound € 39.80, $60.00, £35.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3022-8 Available

tion describes an enormous tra­ jectory that takes us to his more recent works. Every single expo-

sure in Gursky’s encyclopedic ­morphology is a vital piece in the ­puzzle, which over some twentyeight years has opened out into a sweeping view of the world.

Walter Niedermayr The Aspen Series

❙ Nature and tourism in alpine landscapes from a new and different perspective, captured on film in panoramic views in the Rocky Mountains, on which

a highly ambitious kind of tourism has taken a heavy toll. In his­ master­ful cycle of photographs, Niedermayr remains a precise, critical observer of the way the landscape has been transformed by the “homo touristicus.” This publication falls in alongside works developed for the buildings designed by the Japanese architectural team Sanaa as well as the series devoted to Iran (Recollection).

the world since the late eighties, using his camera to explore the ­issues surrounding the presence and interference of people in these sensitive landscapes. In winter 2009 he was invited to Aspen, ­Colorado, where he created another of his of Alpine Landscapes. In forty-two multipart photo and ­video works, the artist depicts the winter landscape of the ski resort

Also available Andreas Gursky Architecture ISBN 978-3-7757-2177-6

English C. 120 pp., c. 90 color ills., 23 × 26 cm, hardcover C. € 39.80, $60.00, £35.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3212-3 November 2011 9 783775 732123

Walter Niedermayr (* 1952) has worked in alpine regions around

Interview with the artist by Paula Crown, graphic design by Mevis & van Deursen

Through the Looking Brain A Swiss Collection of Conceptual Photography Ed. Kunstmuseum Bonn, Kunstmuseum St. Gallen, texts by Stephan Berg, Konrad Bitterli, David Campany, Stefan Gronert, Dora Imhof, graphic design by Landolt  / Pfister

❙ A stunning cross-section of conceptual photography

English / German 240 pp., 743 ills., 719 in color, 25 × 30.5 cm, hardcover € 39.80, $60.00, £35.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-2998-7 June 2011

Luwa AG’s photography collection,

­contains major works and groups

splendid publication unfurls a

initiated in 1990 in Zellweger, ­Switzerland, by Ruedi and Thomas Bechtler and never before shown in public, has since become one of the finest and most extensive collections in the area of conceptual and serial photography. Embracing the seventies to the present, it

of works by artists such as John

rich visual display, and texts by

Exhibition schedule: ++ Kunstmuseum Bonn, June 23– September 25, 2011++ Kunst­ museum St. Gallen, October 15, 2011–January 29, 2012

Baldessari, Bernd and Hilla Becher,

Stephan Berg, Konrad Bitterli,

Sigmar Polke, Imi Knoebel, Martin

­David Campany, Stefan Gronert,

Kippenberger, Thomas Ruff, Andreas and Dora Imhof expound on this

Gursky, Fischli & Weiss, Roman

spectacular collection.

Signer, Richard Prince, Jeff Wall, ­Hiroshi Sugimoto, Stan Douglas, Ken Lum, and Gabriel Orozco. This Also available Walter Niedermayr Recollection ISBN 978-3-7757-2738-9

Exhibition schedule: ++ on permanent display at various venues in Aspen, Colorado


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The Other View The Early Berlin Wall Ed. Annett Gröschner, Arwed Messmer, essays by Greg Bond, Olaf Briese, Florian Ebner, Matthias Flügge, Annett Gröschner, Arwed Messmer, graphic design by Carsten Eisfeld

❙ Commemmorating the fiftieth anniversary of the erection of the Berlin Wall ❙ With QR codes marking the position of the wall and the camera on Google Maps It was not until the seventies that

English / German C. 752 pp., c. 600 ills., c. 570 in duotone, € 49.80, $75.00, £45.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3207-9 August 2011

Exhibition schedule: ++ Unter den Linden 40, Berlin, August 5–October 3, 2011

captioned them. ­Supplementing like the swath of white concrete these captioned photos are porthat has been etched into collective traits of soldiers, snapshots, and memory. Before that, it consisted reports of escape attempts, which of brick walls, dog patrol areas, together provide an overview of and barbed wire. Around 1965–66, ­everyday occurrences along the ­soldiers from the East German border. This volume also contains essays on architecture and “Wall ­border patrol photographed forty kilometers of the inner-city wall, literature,” as well as on the imporproducing about three hundred tance of the project to the history of photography; the project is suppanoramic views of West Berlin. Photographer Arwed Messmer ported by the Federal Archive, the (* 1964 in Schopfheim, Germany) Federal Foundation for Reviewing digitally reconstructed these the GDR ­Dictatorship, and the ­ uthor Annett ­pictures, while a Federal ­Cultural Foundation. the Berlin Wall started looking

Also available Ostzeit Stories from a Vanished Country ISBN 978-3-7757-2486-9

Politics and the public are current-

that have had profound, positive

ly once again focusing on the so-

effects with just a minimum in-

cially responsible role of architec-

vestment of money and materials.

ture. More and more people around Besides comprehensive urban inthe world live under unacceptable

frastructures, this volume presents

­conditions, for instance in slums

model projects such as schools,

and shantytowns. Several architects ­libraries, gardens, converted build-

and artists are devoting themselves ings, and art projects. Based on

to the question of how to actively contribute to solving social problems with new types of designs. By directly including users in the ­design and building process and work-ing with new economic models, they have realized projects

twenty projects that have been

i­ mplemented as well as stances taken by artists from throughout the world, this publication demonstrates how innovative design solutions can transform society.

Jahresring 58. Jahrbuch für Moderne Kunst Ed. Andres Lepik, texts by Regina

Bittner, Carson Chan, Luis Fernández-Galiano, Ronald Rael, Anne Schmedding, Christian Welzbacher, et al., graphic design by Verena Gerlach English / German C. 208 pp., c. 100 color ills., 17 × 24 cm, softcover C. € 35.00, $55.00, £32.50 ISBN 978-3-7757-3186-7 October 2011

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Gröschner (* 1964 in Magdeburg)

❙ Architects as moderators of social transformation

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Eike Becker Architekten

Highrise Idea and Reality

Superferenz

❙ Monograph embracing all of the facets of the Berlin-based office’s Texts by Eike Becker, Klaus Biesenbach, Klaus Humpert, Matthias Schuler, graphic design by Heimann und Schwantes English / German C. 480 pp., c. 240 ills., c. 160 in color C. € 58.00, $85.00, £55.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3150-8 September 2011

Superferenz is the first monograph

and precondition for a society

on Eike Becker_Architekten from Berlin. The office operates at the intersection of architecture and ­urban planning in the constantly changing environment of highspeed societies. Featuring twentyeight comprehensively documented projects and objects, arranged in chronological order, this publi­ cation provides insight into the ­architects’ ideas and work, as well as their methodology and belief in architecture as the expression of

­undergoing remarkable transformation. Office, apartment, hotel, and museum buildings and urban planning are vividly explained with the help of sketchbooks, paintings, collages, models, technical drawings, animation, photos, and texts. Nearly five hundred pages provide a survey of the original, internal processes behind the production of architecture.

Ed. Museum für Gestaltung Zürich, Andres Janser, texts by Karin Gimmi,

About half of the high-rises around the world were built in the past ten years. This construction boom has turned tall buildings into a formative element of the most important sphere of collective life today: the city. Its symbolic power, however, often seems to be larger than life, for even in the twenty-first century, the high-rise is still the embodiment of the city as such, while in the eyes of others, it is leveled against it. This publication shows contemporary buildings and projects in their cultural

and urban-planning contexts, which, depending on whether they are in Europe or Asia, for instance, can be very different. The book also inquires into the lives of individuals within the larger framework, taking a look at everyday life in the high-rise and the towering buildings as part of everyday experience. Artistic works expand the architectural horizon and question the aesthetic and ethical claims that are linked to these kinds of outstanding structures.

Andres Lepik, Eric Schuldenfrei, Martino Stierli, Marisa Yiu, et al., graphic design by Heimann und Schwantes C. 248 pp., c. 200 color ills., 20 × 26 cm, hardcover C. € 35.00, $55.00, £32.50 ISBN 978-3-7757-2992-5 (German) 9 783775 729932

20.5 × 27 cm, softcover

attitude toward architecture and its design practice

❙ Contemporary buildings and projects in their cultural and urban-planning contexts

ISBN 978-3-7757-2993-2 (English) September 2011

Exhibition schedule: ++ Museum für Gestaltung, Zurich, August 31, 2011–January 2, 2012


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Helen & Hard ­Architects Kropf, Siv Stangeland, texts by

by Johanne Hjorthol English C. 192 pp., c. 100 ills., 21 × 28 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-7757-3134-8 December 2011

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A Review

architectural office

Ed. Ilka & Andreas Ruby, texts by

❙ Monograph on one of the most innovative architectural offices in Norway

Mark Lee, Jörg Leeser, Duncan Lewis, Sadar+Vuga is a Slovenian archi-

tects have done previously. Now,

tectural office whose first building, with Sadar+Vuga: A Review, we

Jacob van Rijs, Philip Ursprung, graphic design by Leonard Streich

Architects Helen & Hard received

cated solid wood elements to cre-

the headquarters of the Slovenian

have the most extensive portrait

international acclaim for their ­design of the spectacular and ecofriendly Norwegian Pavilion at the Shanghai Expo 2010. For the last fifteen years, Siv Helene Stangeland (* 1966) and Reinhard Kropf (* 1967) have worked on a wide range of topics—they tapped into the resources of the oil industry to use its software, structures, and material technology; analyzed the theory of planning processes; and redesigned industrially prefabri­

ate new structural design possibili-

Chamber of Commerce in Ljublja-

of their work before us. Besides

English

ties. Their works range from recy-

na, built in 1999, created an inter-

a comprehensive catalogue of

C. 256 pp., c. 200 color ills.,

cling projects such as the Geopark,

national uproar. The office—with

projects, the book contains an at-

29 × 24 cm, hardcover

contributions to art exhibitions

its inimitable, charismatic architectural vocabulary—has since secured a place on the international architectural scene. Sadar+Vuga have erected most of their sixteen finished buildings in Ljubljana and in doing so have left their mark on the face of the Slovenian capital in a way that only a few other archi-

mospherically dense photo essay

C. € 58.00, $85.00, £55.00

as well as an unusual, discursive

ISBN 978-3-7757-3143-0

­reflection on the works of Sadar+

August 2011

such as Manifesta 7, to the sophisticated timber architecture of the Pulpit Rock Mountain Lodge. This book highlights their philosophy of Relational Design, which combines a wide spectrum of human, environmental, material, and processual factors.

Vuga in the form of a peer review, recorded in Ljubljana, and featur-

ing Jacob van Rijs, Philip Ursprung, Jörg Leeser, Mark Lee, and Duncan

Lewis.

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Architecture

❙ The most extensive monograph to date on work by the standard-setting

Martin Braathen, Michael Hensel, Jorge Otero-Pailos, graphic design

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Relational Spaces Ed. Martin Braathen, Reinhardt

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The Cathedral of Christ the Light The Making of a 21st Century Cathedral Introduction by Paul D. Minnihan, texts by Karla Britton, Maristella Casciato, John Cummins, Paul Goldberger,

Craig Hartman, Pierluigi Serraino, Allen Henry Vigneron, graphic design by Lonny Israel

❙ Monograph on the grandiose SOM-designed Cathedral of Christ the Light, the first cathedral to be built entirely in the twenty-first century

English C. 208 pp., c. 150 color ills., 24 × 30 cm, softcover C. € 49.80, $75.00, £45.00 ISBN 978-3-7757-3174-4 October 2011

Two overlapping circles, known

terior envelops the building, while

nology developed specifically for

as a mandorla, form the basis of the Cathedral of Christ the Light in Oakland, California, which was completed in 2008. The design, by Craig W. Hartman of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM), combines the early Christian symbol of the fish—ichthys—with an innovative structure made of glass, wood, and concrete. A glazed, bivalve ex-

a layer of fritted glass diffuses light and heat. Inside, the vaulted wooden ceiling soars forty meters upward and is reminiscent of a boat, while an oculus in the enormous dome opens up to the sky. Aisles are like rays leading to the rectangular altar. The unique Omega window behind the altar was created with the help of new tech-

the cathedral: an image of the ­Romanesque relief of Christ from the tympanum of Chartres Cathedral was digitized, after which a ­laser was used to perforate holes in an aluminum panel, rendering an eighteen-meter-tall pixilated image. The image of the Pantocrator is visible as 94,000 points of light inside the cathedral.

Ed. Juhani Pallasmaa, Kenneth Frampton, texts by Nicholas Adams, Kenneth Frampton, Thomas van Leeuwen, et al., graphic design by SOM

❙ A presentation and discussion of old and new high-rise projects by the architectural offices of SOM SOM Journal 7 is the most recent

English C. 192 pp., c. 300 color ills., 17.4 × 22.1 cm, softcover C. € 19.80, $30.00, £17.99 ISBN 978-3-7757-3197-3 October 2011

­Kenneth Frampton. The jury

was held on May 19, 2010, at the presents the work of SOM in the Seagram Building in New York. context of a critical discussion. The It includes the essays “Notes on process of review by a jury is a the Techno-Aesthetic Evolution ­daring enterprise unique to SOM. of High-Rise Form, 1896–1997” by The jurors for this issue were Erik Kenneth Frampton, “The Myth of Olsen, Rita McBride, Peter MacKeith, Natural Growth II” by Thomas van Leeuwan, “Building Tall” by William ­Juhani Pallasmaa, Luis FernandezBaker, “Emergence and the Power Galiano, Joan Ockman, and issue in a continuing series that

of One” by Mark Sarkisian, and “How the Leopard Got Its Spots: Lever House as a Skyscraper” by Nicholas Adams. Featured projects: Project Floyd, Geneva, Switzerland;

PSAC II, Bronx, New York; Lotte

World 2, Seoul, Korea; John Jay ­College of Criminal Justice, NY, NY; Chongqing River Tower, Chong­ qing, China; SOM Research.

Mies van der Rohe

❙ Richly illustrated publication on one of the icons of modern architecture By Joachim Jäger, graphic design by Helder Suffenplan

The Neue Nationalgalerie is more

in which the boundary between

than just a museum or a building.

­interior and exterior is as perme-

It is a milestone in the history of

able as it is here. In many ways, the

108 pp., 70 color ills.,

architecture, a memorial, an icon.

Neue Nationalgalerie can be seen

22 × 22 cm, hardcover

Designed by German architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, the building is especially well known for its fifty-by-fifty-meter glass hall. With this singular pavilion structure, Mies van der Rohe set a virtuoso close to his decades-long exploration of “fluid” space. There is hardly another building of his

as Mies’s legacy and the quintes-

€ 19.80, $30.00, £17.99

sence of his thought. This publica-

ISBN 978-3-7757-3144-7 (German)

tion presents the building from

ISBN 978-3-7757-3145-4 (English)

­today’s perspective, but it also fea-

August 2011

tures historical photographs taken during the construction period, the building’s opening in 1968, and the spectacular exhibitions that took

place there in its early years.

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Pages Gerhard Richter, Motorboot (1. Fassung), 1965, private collection; Gerhard Richter, from: Firenze, 2000

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Chi Peng, True and false Monkey King, 2007; 19. June. 1981, 2009

François Berthoud, photos: © ZHdK/Museum für Gestaltung Zürich, Umberto Romito

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Pierre Crocquet de Rosemond, Untitled, 2010, from: Pinky Promise, courtesy Seippel Gallery

Gerhard Richter, Frau, die Treppe herabgehend, 1965, GR 92, © The Art Institute of Chicago, Roy J. and Frances R.

Wolfgang Tillmans, © photos: Markus Hartmann

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Max Beckmann, Riviera-Landschaft mit Felsen, 1942, Göpel 594, private collection, photo: Peter Schälchli, Zurich, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2011

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Holtzman Trust, c/o HCR International Virgina USA Stefanie Schneider, Untitled, from the series: The girl behind the white picket fence, 2011, © VBK, Vienna/VG

© Sadar+Vuga, National Gallery, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 1996–2001; football stadium Stožice, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 2010

Irving Penn, Picasso, Cannes, 1957; Roberto Otero, Der letzte Stierkampf, undated, Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Rheinisches Bildarchiv, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2011

Piet Mondrian, TABLEAU I, mit Rot, Schwarz, Blau und Gelb, 1921, Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, © 2011 Mondrian/

Walter Niedermayr, Aspen 10, 2009, courtesy Galerie Nordenhake Berlin/Stockholm

Fischli/Weiss, from: 111-Blätter Blumen Box, 1998

Foundation, New York), photo: David Heald, © The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation Robert Doisneau, Picasso et Françoise Gilot, 1952

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Andreas Gursky, Abstellraum, 1981, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2011

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credit by the Basel government in 1939, photo: Kunstmuseum Basel, Martin P. Bühler, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2011 Max Ernst, Der Gegenpapst, 1941/1942, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice (Solomon R. Guggenheim

Ebbe Stub Wittrup, Presumed Reality #1, 2007; Presumed Reality #5, 2007

Johannesburg and the artist

The Museum of Modern Art, New York/Scala, Florence Max Beckmann, Das Nizza in Frankfurt am Main, 1921, Göpel 210, Kunstmuseum Basel, acquired with a special

Jacqueline Hassink, The meeting table of the Board of Directors of Société Générale, Paris, France, 14 September 2010

Johannesburg and the artist; Untitled, 2010, from: Pinky Promise, courtesy Seippel Gallery

Friedman Endowment and gift of the Lannan Foundation, 1997 Max Beckmann, Departure, 1932–1935, Triptych, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, © 2011. Digital Image,

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Jan Němec, Untitled, 1978, © Jan Němec; Helmut Newton, Untitled, 1976, © Helmut Newton Estate; Jan Němec, Untitled, 1978, © Jan Němec

Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2011; Werner Pawlok, Sabine I, 1987, © Werner Pawlok; Mary Ellen Mark, Untitled, 1987, © Mary Ellen Mark Gregory Crewdson, Plate 4, from: Beneath the Roses, 2003–2008; Plate 15, from: Beneath the Roses, 2003–2008

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Gregory Crewdson, Plate 3, from: Sanctuary, 2009; Plate 8, from: Fireflies, 1996

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Olaf Otto Becker, Jökulsá á Bru, Canyon, 07/2011; Haifoss, Iceland 1999; Hafen Höfn 2002

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Olaf Otto Becker, Bjarnafoss Iceland 1999

Kevin Erskine, Supercell Harrison Nebraska, 2009

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China, 2009, © braschler/fischer/photography Robert Indiana, EAT/DIE, 1962, Diptychon, © Morgan Art Foundation/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York,

Erró, Foodscape, 1964, Moderna Museet Stockholm; Fishscape, 1974, private collection, Paris

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Ellsworth Kelly, White Black, 1970, Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles; Untitled, 2004

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Cindy Sherman, Untitled (Murder Mystery People), 1976, © Cindy Sherman/SAMMLUNG VERBUND, Vienna

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Chiharu Shiota, In Silence, 2008, Centre PasquArt, Biel, photo: Sunhi Mang

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Erwin Wurm, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2011

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Mona Hatoum, Deep Throat, 1996, photo: Philipp Schönborn, courtesy Sammlung Goetz; Home, 1999,

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Bonn 2011 Karolin Bräg, Ein Spiegel ist der See, 2008, Friedrichshafen, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2011; Nimm Abschied, 2000, Pragfriedhof, Stuttgart, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2011 Mitra Tabrizian, from the series: Wall House #2, 2007; City, London, 2008

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France, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2011; detail from: White Museum, 2010, Centre international d’art et du paysage de l’île de Vassivière, France, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2011; detail from: The Indifferent Back of a View Rather Than its Face, 2009, Centre international d’art et du paysage de l’île de Vassivière, France, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2011

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Lawrence Weiner, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2011

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Monika Grzymala, Aerial I–V, 2011

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Hannah Collins, Cutting Sugar Cane. elBulli Kitchen, 2010; Ferran Adrià Creating a Coconut Egg, 2010

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Asco, Decoy Gang War Victim, 1974, photo: Harry Gamboa, Jr.; Harry Gamboa, Jr., X’s Party (fotonovela), 1983

René Wirths, Motorrad, 2010; Stern, 2010

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Alex Cecchetti, Sun (One Day Old), 2008; Trevor Paglen, Four Geostationary Sattelites Above the Sierra

John M Armleder, Don't do it! (Readymades of the 20th Century) F.S. (Furnitures Sculptures), 1997/2000, © Daimler

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rahncontemporary, Zurich; Joachim Grommek, Untitled #124, 2009, courtesy rahncontemporary, Zurich; Untitled #128, 2009, courtesy rahncontemporary, Zurich Rurí, Archive – Endangered Waters, 2003, La Biennale di Venezia, photo: Valdimar Sverrisson; Desolation, 1984, Flying Concrete – Experimental Environment, Kultorvet, Copenhagen Christian Ruschitzka, My Private Ocean, 2010; Schneemannhandschuh, from: Körperapplikationen I, 2010 spreads taken from the book; Alexander Braun (with Alfredo Vilchis), Retablo # 35, 2008, private collection Cilia Erens, Soundspace Yogya, Cemeti Art House, Yogyakarta, Indonesien, photo: Cemeti Art House, Yogyakarta, Indonesia; Zhang Peilis, Exhibition, 2008, Contemporary Art Terminal (OCAT), Shenzhen, China, photo: Contemporary Art Terminal (OCAT), Shenzhen, China Exhibition poster and installation view of Kölnischer Kunstverein; Nevada, 2007 Art Collection

Doug Aitken, I am in You (linear version), 2000, courtesy Sammlung Goetz, photo: Wilfried Petzi, Munich; Tracey Emin, Why I Never Became a Dancer, 1995, courtesy Sammlung Goetz, photo: Raimund Koch, New York, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2011; Rashaad Newsome, Untitled (New Way), 2009, Courtesy Marlborough Chelsea, New York, © Rashaad Newsome

Daniel García Andújar/TTTP, Timecode, 2009, courtesy Daniel García Andújar/TTTP; installation view,

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Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart, 2009, courtesy Daniel García Andújar/TTTP

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Die drei alten Frauen, 1925; detail from: Die drei alten Frauen, 1925, Kirchner Museum Davos Paul Cézanne, Cinq beigneuses, 1885/1887; Vincent van Gogh, Portrait de lui-même à l’estampe japonais, 1887; Ferdinand Hodler, Der Genfersee von Chexbres aus, 1905

Arno Schmidt, Haus südöstlich von Arno Schmidts Grundstück, n.d., © Arno Schmidt Stiftung; Blick aus dem

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Fenster, 1962, © Arno Schmidt Stiftung; Lilienthal, An der Wörpe 1957, © Arno Schmidt Stiftung

Friedrich Seidenstücker, Untitled (Walrosse im Wasser), c. 1932, © Berlinische Galerie; Untitled (Nach der Schule ein Eis), c. 1931, © bpk/Friedrich Seidenstücker; Untitled (Bitte recht freundlich), c. 1927, © bpk/Friedrich Seidenstücker

Bettina Lockemann, EP/2006/K., 2006-2007, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2011; Contact Zone, 2008, © VG Bild-Kunst,

Bonn 2011; Unbestimmtes Terrain, 2009, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2011

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Sandra Kantanen, Untitled (Sakura 3), 2009; Walter Niedermayr, Aspen 02, courtesy Galerie Nordenhake

and omissions.

Berlin/Stockholm; Marrigje de Maar, Qinghai / 06.08.2007; Yto Barrada, Bunch of Chards, 2009/2011;

Andrew Phelps, Untitled, 2011, from: Sight_Seeing; Chi Peng, Sprinting Forward –2, 2004

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(37) and their daughter Liana Avetikovna Nazaryan (5), Inhabitants of a sinking house Yakutsk, Siberia, Russia, 2009; Yang Gengbao (69) and his wife Huang Lianfeng (68), Flood Victims/Shop Owners Hongse, Guangxi,

Daniel Bräg, detail from: 4 Kühlschränke, 2005, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2011; Obstgarten, 1992, © VG Bild-Kunst,

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Frank Gaudlitz, Percy Jonel Garcia Rodriguez, Hualgayoc, Peru, 2010; Nizag; Ecuador, 2010

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