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John Rule Art Book Distribution A+a Publishing, Australia a-political, London Alessio Bolzoni, London Be Smart About Art, London Bijutsu, Japan Cadogan Contemporary Conde Nast Publications, London Crowdbooks Publishing, Italy Cruz-Diez Art Foundation, Paris David Gwinnutt, London Diorama Editions, Italy Galerie Vevais, Germany Gio Sbriz, London Guy Shoham, London Hand Picked Books, London Hartmann Books, Germany Hungarian National Museum, Budapest Isart Press, UK Japan Library, Tokyo John Spradbery Publishing, UK Light Motiv, France Manfredi Edizioni, Italy Manuscript, Australia Maretti Editore, Italy Matt Writtle, UK Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest Never Such Innocence, UK Pictoplasma Publishing, Berlin Poklewski Koziell, UK Ponchiroli Editori, Italy Primavera Pers, Netherlands Rankin, London Red Publishing, Italy Sandstein Verlag, Germany Schirmer Mosel, Germany Schlebrugge Editor, Austria Simone Kennedy, Australia Snoeck, Germany Society of British Theatre Designers, London Somogy Editions dâ€™Art, Paris Sergei Sviatchenko, London The Urban Fusion, Lebanon Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Madrid
Cover image Fatima, imprisoned and tortured in Sudan, 2015. Courtesy of Andres Serrano & a/political.
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Marco Antonio x Rankin Marco Antonio, Rankin A photographer renowned for his collaborative spirit, Rankin presents highlights from across his work with make-up artist Marco Antonio. Having worked together on everything from high-profile campaigns to editorials for some of the world’s most prominent magazines, Marco Antonio x Rankin explores the duo’s distinctive artistic vision. Mixing Marco’s pop colour pallets with Rankin’s signature sense of humour, this publication is a tour through some of the boldest make-up photography around today. This title also includes an in conversation between Rankin and Marco, discussing not only their careers together but also where make-up and beauty sits in today’s visual culture. A must read for anyone interested in fashion, beauty, art or photography. October 2019 9780995574120 | £40.00 Hardback | 104pp | 300 x 250mm 50 colour photos Rights: Worldwide exc. Italy, Japan, USA, Canada, Australia & New Zealand.
“Having worked with Marco now for several years he is the perfect example of finding someone with that spark, where you know they are not only talented but have a true point of view. I’m always excited to work with him, it is collaborations like ours where the most exciting images are taken.” - Rankin
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Adieu Audrey A tribute to Audrey Hepburn, an endearing star of ethereal beauty. First published in 1993 and now, 25 years after her death, available in a new reprint, the book assembles the best film stills, portraits, and private photographs of arguably the most charming movie actress of all times. 9783829608602 | £15.95 Hardback | 136pp | 230 x 170 mm 89 col & b/w ills Rights: UK & Eire
Anton Corbijn: The Living and the Dead Anton Corbijn’s most recent publication goes back to his roots, featuring his autobiographic series a. somebody; an early series of tombs, Cemetery; and eighty iconic portraits of musicians and bands from his career of 40 years. 9783829608343 | £19.95 Paperback | 220pp | 280 x 225 mm 119 col & b/w ills Rights: UK & Eire
Brigitte Lacombe: Cinema / Theater To the public Brigitte Lacombe is largely unknown; film and theatre celebrities, however, made her their favorite portraitist. No wonder, her pictures of Woody Allen, Robert de Niro, Jeanne Moreau, Dustin Hoffman, and others bespeak a trust and familiarity between model and artist that is unique in contemporary photography 9783829601801 | £19.95 Paperback | 272pp | 355 x 260 mm 254 col & b/wills Rights: UK & Eire
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Gustave Le Gray: Seascapes A pioneer of techniques, a gifted teacher, and early architectural photographer, Le Gray was also the founder of artistic photography. His seascapes and cloud studies, today among the market’s most valuable prints, earned him overnight fame and admiration by the Impressionists.
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9783829607278 | £19.95 Hardback | 104pp | 245 x 305 mm 42 colour ills Rights: UK & Eire
The 1907 Paris Exhibition: Paul Cezanne and Rainer Maria Rilke A piece by piece reconstruction of the legendary 1907 Cézanne memorial exhibition in Paris, visited and described by Rainer Maria Rilke in his letters to his wife Clara. 9783829608473 | £25.00 Hardback | 200pp | 260 x 200 mm 69 col & b/w ills Rights: UK & Eire
every past is my past
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Fortepan: Every past is my past. Texts by Judit Geller, Eszter Kiss, András Torok, István Viragvolgyl. The exhibition Every Past Is My Past displays a selection of more than three hundred pictures from the popular Fortepan digital photoarchives, which is now ten years old. The photographs are closely intertwined with Hungary’s 20th-century history. The images capture the period in many ways and layers but with a focus on the perspective of ordinary people and their experiences conveyed by private photographs, which form the backbone of the collection.
July 2019 9786155987038 | £30.00 Hardback | 260pp | 255 x 205 mm 140 col & b/w ills. Rights: Worldwide exc. Hungary
Two secondary school classmates, Miklós Tamási and Ákos Szepessy, began to collect the more than 110 thousand photographs of the digital Fortepan archives back in the 1980s. After a period of regular but haphazard collecting of discarded amateur photos and negatives in flea markets and other places, they launched an online site with 5,000 digitised images in 2010. Soon after this many private individuals and public institutions joined the circle of donors, now comprising 600 hundred, thanks to whose pictures the archives are augmented every month.
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André Kirchner: Berlin, The City’s Edge Text by Ulrich Domröse
André Kirchner Stadtrand Berlin The City’s Edge 1993 /1994
July 2019 9783960700340 | £32.00 Paperback | 152 pp | 280 x 217 mm 68 duotone photos Rights: UK & Eire, Spain, Portugal, Eastern Europe, Russia, Middle East & Far East
To mark the thirtieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, this book premieres the series Stadtrand Berlin by André Kirchner, the acclaimed documentary photographer who took the pictures of the reunited city along its historical border between 1993 and 1994. Kirchner chose a perspective looking inwards on the city from outside. The geographical starting point was the former border crossing at Drewitz. Moving counterclockwise, within a year he reached Glienicker Brücke, a bridge near Potsdam. The sixty single exposures construct a view of the periphery of Greater Berlin within the 234-kilometer boundary defined in 1920, when surrounding towns were absorbed into the city, which corresponds roughly to its current footprint. The documentary series features not only relics of the Berlin Wall but also farmsteads indicating a rural lifestyle, long country roads, factory ruins left behind by advancing twentieth-century industrialization and modern-day satellite communities. Kirchner’s quiet panoramas subtly expose traces of one hundred years of urban history in a last moment of silence before the rapid post-reunification developments would change these places forever.
Barbara Probst: The Moment in Space Co-published with Le Bal, Paris Text by Frédéric Paul
THE MOMENT IN SPACE
July 2019 9783960700357 | £32.00 Paperback | 120pp | 300 x 235mm 158 col & b/w ills Rights: UK & Eire, Spain, Portugal, Eastern Europe, Russia, Middle East & Far East
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Barbara Probst startied out as a sculptor, but since 2000 she has been working on photographic series entitled “Exposures.“. Each of these series consists of various representations of the same moment, generated by a multitude of cameras pointed at the same event or subject, from different angles and at different distances. Once the images are linked to each other, an enigmatic drama emerges from these sets, calling to mind different photographic genres (from portrait to still life, land- scape or studio photography). Bringing to light the artefacts of the photographic process and focusing on representation strategies, Barbara Probst challenges our ability to decipher reality. The book features both her first emblematic works such as Exposure #1 (2000) and her most recent series created in 2018, Exposures #138, 139 and 140. In his essay the author Frédéric Paul explores the conceptual and theoretical background of Probst’s work by explaining her process of conceptualising and creating the exposures as well as aspects of installation and exhibition and the impact on the viewer.
Text by Heinz-Norbert Jocks
July 2019 9783960700333 | £28.00 Hardback | 160pp | 280 x 200 mm 86 photos. Rights: UK & Eire, Spain, Portugal, Eastern Europe, Russia, Middle East & Far East
Gerhard Vormwald, who died in Paris in 2016, became first known in the international art scene in the 1980s and 1990s. Even before the creation of Photoshop he visually exploited gravity and our imagination. In his surreally choreographed montages people float, water flows upward, and things dance in space. This book provides an overview of his found and invented visual worlds—from early documentary images (On the Road), to architectural montages (Concrete Illusions), image pairings (Blind Date Essentials), Surrealistic still lifes (Autonomy of Things), distorted negative compositions (Black Light), and a few of the images from his advertising work. Vormwald’s cheerful lust for the absurd and mysterious is reflected in his passionate quest to poetically “unrealize” the world around him. The fact that he is almost forgotten today can be attributed to the unwieldiness of his pictures, which cannot be reduced to an easily recognizable trademark. It would certainly be worthwhile to dive even deeper into his extensive archive for future publications and exhibitions!
Gerhard Vormwald: Image Finder
Henrik Spohler: Hypothesis Text by Urs Stahel
November 2019 9783960700401 | £32.00 Hardback | 136pp | 225 x 300 mm 50 photos. Rights: UK & Eire, Spain, Portugal, Eastern Europe, Russia, Middle East & Far East
The photographic project Hypothesis by Henrik Spohler addresses the world of science and research in analytical, documentary images and poses questions about our relationship to nature and the environment. The photo essay is divided into four sections: The chapter “Time” deals with geological time, time measurement, and the existence of the universe. The chapter “Space” features satellites and observatories. “Matter” provides insights into research on the smallest parts of nature and “Life” deals with basic research on animal and plant organisms and humans. The four topics complement each other and create a photo series with its very own cosmos—a pictorial mega-laboratory that is partly detached from the outside world and obeys a single goal without any concrete specification: to provide the world of tomorrow with new insights. In a world where it has become politically possible to ignore or even negate scientific findings, the Hypothesis project uses documentary photography to show a complex and highly developed scientific system as the basis for an enlightened and future-minded society.
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Ingar Krauss: Huts Hedges Heaps Texts by Kenneth Anders, Christiane Stahl
July 2019 9783960700388 | £34.00 Hardback | 88pp | 260 x 240 mm 54 tritone photos Rights: UK & Eire, Spain, Portugal, Eastern Europe, Russia, Middle East & Far East
The book Huts Hedges Heaps is about human order in nature. The laconic photographs of small, rural gardens that Krauss shot between 2010 and 2017 particularly in Brandenburg show concentrated traces of human efforts to create order, which take on graphic and sculptural dimensions in the pictures’ structure. In the Black Forest he produced pictures of wood piles, whose man-made forms seem even more abstract because they organically fit into the structures of their natural surroundings, recalling the work of Land artists. The huts, hedges, and heaps are connected to the American New Topographic movement of the 1970s insofar as they “fulfill everything that people wanted in a picture in those days, overturning an observation into a ‘higher’ order of some kind; the monumentalization of the everyday, not by resorting to monumentalizing genres, but by the captivating composition of the image,” as Ulf Erdmann Ziegler writes.
Lia Darjes: Tempora Morte Text by Andrei Zavadski
September 2019 9783960700364 | £24.00 Hardback | 92pp | 240 x 200 mm 30 photos. Rights: UK & Eire, Spain, Portugal, Eastern Europe, Russia, Middle East & Far East
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During a residency in Kaliningrad Lia Darjes discovered the small improvised market stands on the roadsides of this neglected area largely cut off from the development of modern Europe. Kaliningrad Oblast was a military area with heavily restricted access until 1991, and since the end of the USSR it has been a Russian exclave isolated between the EU members Poland and Lithuania. On the simplest improvised stands, old women offer what they harvest with their hands from their gardens, nearby fields, and forests to supplement their feeble pensions. The pictures are enlivened by the aura of simplicity and plainness of the presentation of goods on the ground, on wooden boxes, newspapers, or modest camping tables. Lia Darjes’s pictures show these goods in a classic, almost timeless manner. Her still lives are complimented by a few portraits of market women and traders. With the pictures of Tempora Morte in her first photobook, Lia Darjes aims to develop a relationship of the classical still life genre with contemporary documentary photography.
The NSU Serial Murders Preface by Arvid Jurjaks
July 2019 9783960700371 | £24.00 Paperback | 112pp | 280 x 225 mm 32 photos. Rights: UK & Eire, Spain, Portugal, Eastern Europe, Russia, Middle East & Far East
Paula Markert: A Journey through Germany.
The verdict of the five-year NSU (National Socialist Underground) murder trial was announced in Munich in July 2018. The so-called NSU Trial is a milestone in postwar German jurisdiction that deeply challenged the understanding of democracy of all those who were directly and indirectly involved. Beate Zschäpe, the sole survivor of the NSU terror cell, and four supporters were eventually sentenced to prison terms. For eleven years the NSU committed right-wingextremist-motivated murders in Germany, claiming the lives of ten people. The series of murders ended with the discovery of the corpses of Uwe Böhnhardt and Uwe Mundlos in 2011. Only then did the judiciary discover the connections between the victims, who had long been under suspicion themselves, and the right-wing extremist movement. From fall 2014 to spring 2017 the Hamburgbased documentary photographer Paula Markert traveled through Germany, following in the footsteps of the NSU and documenting people and places associated with the NSU. Her photos of crime scenes and holiday retreats of the murderers are juxtaposed with portraits of victims, lawyers, and institutions. Markert’s photographs are combined with twelve selected text fragments and excerpts from interviews, providing a multifaceted impression of the events.
Udo Hesse: Ost-Berlin | East-Berlin Texts by Adolf Endler, Udo Hesse, Andreas Krase
Udo Hesse Ost-Berlin Bilder aus Berlin-Mitte, Prenzlauer Berg und Köpenick in den 1980er Jahren Pictures of Berlin-Mitte, Prenzlauer Berg, and Köpenick in the 1980s
October 2019 9783960700425 | £32.00 Hardback | 96pp | 290 x 230 mm 84 duotone photos. Rights: UK & Eire, Spain, Portugal, Eastern Europe, Russia, Middle East & Far East
"In the early eighties, the photographer Udo Hesse, at the time living in West Berlin, walked with his camera through East Berlin, a place that to him was strangely familiar and disconcerting at the same time. The postwar period lasted long in both parts of the city and even longer in the east. The result is a photographic document that laconically, silently, and yet impressively tells of the past in a vanished country” (from Andreas Krase's foreword). In the appendix Udo Hesse also tells of his encounter with the East Berlin Police and the Stasi. He rediscovered a few prints of his then-confiscated negatives in his Stasi files in 2007. More than thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Hesse’s photographs can now be seen in a new and different light. The viewer’s inner eye involuntarily compares the images of the past with the present of Berlin’s new center.
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Boris Becker: Bunker 1984–1989 Edited by Gabriele Conrath-Scholl
September 2019 9783864422898 | £55.00 Hardback | 272 pp | 275 x 225 mm 50 col,150 duotone and 600 small ills Rights: Worldwide exc. France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Netherlands, USA & Canada.
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As both an artist’s book and an archive book, this publication also introduces an important and poignant theme of German history. On show are the most diverse types of bunkers, built in particular during World War II between 1940 and 1944, looked at in the period between 1984 and 1989 by artist and photographer Boris Becker. When he began his documentary project, the Cold War period was almost over, and the concrete buildings were no longer needed for civil defense purposes. Even more so than in the past, they appeared like outlandish and seemingly uncanny monsters within the cityscapes. Their function seemed controversial, and no rational-minded person wanted anything to do with the murderous ideology they evoked that had brought these buildings to light. Boris Becker has photographed around 700 bunkers in more than 40 West German cities. He based the series of works of the overground bunkers, on a method similar to the conceptual approach by his teachers, the artist couple Bernd and Hilla Becher.
Next Generations: Contemporary Photography made in the Rhineland Edited by Stefanie Kreuzer
July 2019 9783864422829 | £27.95 Paperback | 144pp | 260 x 210 mm 90 col ills Rights: Worldwide exc. France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Netherlands, USA & Canada.
The “schools of photography” of the Rhineland are internationally renowned. Closely connected to photography as a conceptual medium are the names of Bernd and Hilla Becher. Since 1990, the diploma program “Audiovisual Media” has been available at the Academy of Media Arts (KHM) in Cologne, an entirely new place for future-oriented teaching and practice of art photography. The artists of “Next Generations” basically follow conceptual approaches, yet extend photography to space, the moving image, painting, poetry, graphics and to photographics. Those born in the 1970s and 1980s are aware of the fleeting nature of images on the Internet. They reflect their presence in our everyday perception as well as the conditions of their construction and reproduction, frequently as hybrids of analogue and digital processing techniques. Against the background of the history of photography, the artists move on from old notions of photography as an image of reality, and embed the once tantalizing promise of reality into the echo chambers of their new artistic work.
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Umbo. Photographer Edited by Inka Schube
September 2019 9783864422881 | £55.00 Hardback | 336pp | 280 x 230 mm 320 duotone ills Rights: Worldwide exc. France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Netherlands, USA & Canada.
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Umbo – this name stands for a kind of “big bang” in modern photography in the mid-1920s: born in 1902 in Düsseldorf as Otto Maximilian Umbehr, is considered the inventor of the image of the New Woman, the new image of the street, and photographic reportage per se. He also represents the media metropolis Berlin in the 1920s, spurred above all by immigrants from Eastern Europe, for a rapidly developing film, music, theater and cabaret scene, for glimpses into the backyards and kitchens of overflowing tenement houses. The publication, which presents a selection of 200 works and numerous documents, is essentially based on Umbo’s estate. Protected and moved for decades by Phyllis Umbehr, the artist’s daughter, and gallery owner Rudolf Kicken, it assembles more than 600 photographs and extensive source material. The publication offers the opportunity to re-examine the many projections associated with the name Umbo and not least, it revolves around the failure of the avant-garde and the difficulty of following up on their successes after the Second World War.
Gió Sbriz: End of a Season With a text by Wisława Szymborska
July 2019 9781527233225 | £30.00 Hardback | 100pp | 230 x 245 mm 46 colour photos Rights: Worldwide exc. Italy
End of a Season is not a project based on a specific topic nor does it describe a particular human condition. Gio Sbriz acted through impulse and instinct, creating a series of images with which we can irrationally connect. They are like short poems, each one living and breathing by itself. The viewers cannot absorbe these images passively, as this is not a standard book based on a project with a clear objective.There is no information available regarding the subjects or places. From Sbriz's point of view, it is irrelevant and likely to distract.The photos, mostly in color, are very direct and honest. They are not restricted to an obvious theme or interpretation, easily digested and categorized.These subjects are like us. They are common people and objects all around us while we are distracted by the loud noise of life. Like the beautiful poem Some People Like Poetry by Wisława Szymborska, Gio Sbriz is not able to help us as he does not have an answer.
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Triumph of the Body: Michelangelo and Sixteenthcentury Italian Draughtsmanship Texts by Marco Simone Bolzoni, Sir Timothy Clifford, Paul Joannides, Zoltán Karpati, William E. Wallace
July 2019 9786155987021 | £32.00 Paperback | 440pp | 285 x 235 mm 200 col & b/w ills Rights: Worldwide exc. Hungary
Following the Leonardo da Vinci exhibition, the Museum of Fine Arts hosts a show of Michelangelo’s drawings, the other genius of the Italian Renaissance. Drawing played a central role in the art of Michelangelo, who left behind an outstanding legacy mainly as a sculptor but also as a painter and architect. His drawings allow an insight into the creative process of the master’s celebrated works, since he prepared all his creations on paper. This exhibition catalogue is intended primarily for the general public. For this reason, the authors have refrained from debating the sophisticated questions of attribution regarding individual drawings, which are often difficult even for experts to unravel. Similarly, it was not their aim to discuss the uncertainties of dating specific works of art. Their objective was to set the drawings in the broader historical, social, political, or economic context of the period, and the main concern was to address the question of how the cult of Michelangelo, which still influences our judgement of his oeuvre, first manifested itself during his lifetime.
The Surrealist Movement from Dalí to Magritte Crisis and Rebirth in 1929 Edited by Didier Ottinger, Marie Sarré and Zsófia Kovács
July 2019 9786155987069 | £36.00 Hardback | 250pp | 280 x 238 mm 180 col & b/w illus Rights: Worldwide exc. Hungary
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The exhibition will document the main trends of Surrealism, its central figures and outstanding artists through the extremely eventful period in the movement’s history, the year 1929 fraught with personal and artistic conflict. One of the most noteworthy moments of 1929 was the appearance of Salvador Dalí of Catalonia on the Parisian art scene and his taking the leading role in the group of surrealists. His film made together with Louis Buñuel, Un Chien Andalou, debuted that year, and was the first masterpiece of surrealist moving pictures, confirming that the unique perspective and new artistic approach advocated by the movement can be coupled with the most varied technical solutions. The show will provide a broad overview of the works made at the time by the surrealists, including Salvador Dalí, Max Ernst, Joan Miró, Yves Tanguy, René Magritte, Pablo Picasso and Francis Picabia. Surrealist photography will be represented at the exhibition with works by Man Ray and Brassaï.
Giorgio de Chirico: Catalogue of Works Vol.IV, 2018 Artworks from 1913-1975 Texts by Paolo Picozza and Lorenzo Canova
July 2019 9788893970006 | ÂŁ275.00 Hardback | 512pp | 280 x 240 mm 400 col ills Rights: Worldwide exc. Italy
In the fortieth year of the disappearance of the Pictor Optimus, The Giorgio and Isa de Chirico Foundation is pleased to announce the publication of the fourth volume of the General Catalog of Giorgio de Chiricoâ€™s work, presenting a set of more than 455 works considered authentic by the Foundation and reproduced in chronological order from 1913 to 1975. As in previous editions, it includes only works not present in the historical cataloging of Claudio Bruni Sakraischik (1971-1987). The volume, edited by the Giorgio and Isa de Chirico Foundation and includes a presentation by Paolo Picozza - President of the Giorgio and Isa de Chirico Foundation, an introductory essay by Lorenzo Canova and an unpublished essay (in its original long version) by Giorgio de Chirico entitled Zeuxis the Explorer. With an updated chronological biography of the artist and a summary of the activities of the Foundation.
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Metaphysical Art The De Chirico Journals N.17/18 2018 Edited by Fondazione Giorgio e Isa De Chirico, Rome
July 2019 9788893970037 | £46.50 Paperback | 248pp | 240 x 165 mm 248 color ills Rights: Worldwide exc. Italy
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Forty years have passed since Giorgio de Chirico left us, yet he remains present through the immensity of his art. It has also been 20 years since the Foundation opened the doors of the Maestro’s home, making it a true House-museum, an authentic location of thought and painting, visited by those sensitive people, national and international, who respond to his art. And there is a reason: the Giorgio de Chirico House museum is the only place where 60-70 of the artist’s masterpieces can be admired in the place where many of them were created; thus, bringing to life the atmosphere surrounding their conception and realisation, an atmosphere of work that echoes in the silence of the studio on the top floor of the apartment, among easels, brushes, bottles, canvases, objects and his reference library. It could be said that de Chirico still lingers in the house he so loved, sometimes giving rise to a metaphysical sensation in visitors.
Visionary Spaces: Kandinsky, Mondrian, Lissitzky and the Abstract-Constructivist AvantGarde in Dresden 1919–1932 Edited by Birgit Dalbajewa et al
July 2019 9783954984589 | £48.00 Paperback | 336pp | 280 x 235 mm 290 col & b/w ills Rights: UK & Eire
Dresden was a hotspot for Europe’s artistic avant-garde in the 1920s. Above all, Soviet Russian Constructivism, the Dutch “De Stijl” movement and the Bauhaus caused a stir in the “Florence on the Elbe”, as Dresden, a city steeped in tradition, was commonly called. Works by El Lissitzky, Piet Mondrian, Lyonel Feininger, Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, László Moholy-Nagy, Oskar Schlemmer and others were exhibited in the local galleries. The general public rubbed their eyes, local art critics were outraged, yet the open-minded bourgeois establishment visited the exhibitions. Some even bought the new art, especially the well-known Dresden collector and patron Ida Bienert. In 29 essays, this volume explores the networks of artists, galleries and private collectors. It throws light on how the “Art of the Future”, which was buoyed by social utopian ideals, was exhibited, collected, and discussed in the Dresden of the 1920s – between vehement rejection and enthusiastic approval.
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Baselitz, Richter, Polke, Kiefer The Early Years of the Old Masters Edited by Götz Adriani
July 2019 9783954984732 | £48.00 Hardback | 342pp | 305 x 235 mm 360 col & b/w ills Rights: UK & Eire
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Four artists from Germany, known globally, who have each attained a level of fame that is unique in the history of German art. Their renown was cemented by their early work of the 1960s – that decade of reaction and rebellion, of confrontation and upheaval, of utopias and a new social compass. In conversations with Götz Adriani, the artists talk frankly about their work during this time when German society, East and West, may have got over the Nazi regime and the worst of the devastation of the war, but not the cultural and intellectual roots of Germany’s fascist past. The book offers a fresh and comprehensive look at the early works of Baselitz, Richter, Polke, and Kiefer, at how each one variously tackled the aesthetic dominance of abstract art and the unique social and political environment of their newly founded country, the Federal Republic of Germany.
Andres Serrano: Torture Texts by Haghpanah Shirwan, Germano Celant, Éric Mézil
July 2019 9782859175702 | £28.00 Hardback | 109pp | 287 x 227 mm 153 col & b/w ills Rights: United Kingdom
Andres Serrano, once at the centre of the USA’s culture war in the 1980s for his audacious artworks depicting the sacred and profane side by side, turns his lens to the subject of torture. Following a commission for the New York Times’ watershed piece on US torture during the war on terror Serrano uses his outstanding images to explore the visible and tangible histories of torture at sites across the globe and, true to his transgressive practice, pushes the role of the artist to the extreme in staging his own ‘black site’ at a remote European location producing striking images compositionally and aesthetically reminiscent of Renaissance painting. The publication features reproductions of all artworks in Andres Serrano’s acclaimed ‘Torture’ series, a foreword by a/political Director Becky Haghpanah Shirwan, an essay by renowned curator Germano Celant, an interview between Serrano and Collection Lambert Director Éric Mézil, an essay by Mézil on the history of torture and a the testimony of a torture survivor featured in the series “Fatima”.
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Santiago Sierra: The Black Flag Edited by Philip Howe
July 2019 9781527207042 | £25.00 Paperback | 104pp | 280 x 215 mm 93 col & b/w ills Rights: Worldwide
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Santiago Sierra’s practice has always sought to make visible things that are otherwise kept invisible, using the aesthetics of formalism Sierra has exposed exploitation inherent in capitalist labour relations and the hypocrisy rife in the cheap chicaneries of government and state institutions. In Black Flag, Sierra explores the latter in one of his most arresting and profound works to date, an endeavour to plant the anarchist black flag at the North and South Poles. This thoughtprovoking action questions established notions of borders, states and territory and proposes a radically different way of looking at the complexities of often petty international politics. The Black Flag publication features reproductions of all artworks produced in the project, an interview with Santiago Sierra and several critical essays on Sierra’s work, the Black Flag, Anarchism and Polar Exploration. With a foreword by Philip Howe, and texts by Uri Gordon, Becky Haghpanah-Shirwan, Claire Warrior, Mike Watson, and Santiago Sierra.
We Protect You From Yourselves Edited by Democracia & Felix Trautmann We Protect You From Yourselves is an attempt to understand the police, to explore the notion of the social order they claim to protect and to discover what is at stake in the political situation of today. The focus of this inquiry is to challenge our conception of the police, led foremost by a process of not taking their existence wholly for granted. While the relationship between policing and order remains an integral part of a functioning liberal democracy, the slew of controversies that surround police tactics and practices show us that their role in society is far from benign. What prevents us from even imagining a society emancipated from the inherent violence and repression of the police?
July 2019 9788494924736 | £18.00 Paperback | 177pp | 220 x 170 mm 36 col ills Rights: Worldwide
Edited by Felix Trautmann and the artistic collective Democracia, the publication features illustrations from Democracia’s series We Protect You From Yourselves. Contributors include; Luis Navarro, Alf Lüdtke, Kendra Briken, Didier Fassin, Vanessa E. Thompson, Francesca Raimondi, Fabien Jobard, Daniel Loick, Anja Lemke, Daniel Villegas.
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Mauri | Muntadas Edited by Laura Cherubini Despite their different approaches to art, these two eclectic artists uniquely investigate and analyze the pressing issues that affect the contemporary social landscape. In the exhibition, they address various themes, but the two key-words are Power and Manipulation, which for Fabio Mauri define the Fascist and Nazi totalitarian regimes, whereas for Antoni Muntadas are to be found in the mechanisms of propaganda and censorship of contemporary society. As a matter of fact, Mauri’s art, as well as Muntadas’, can be considered intrinsically political.
July 2019 9788899519964 | £27.95 Hardback | 120pp | 240 x 168 mm 128 col ills Rights: Worldwide exc. Italy
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The show, and the catalogue as well feature, some of Fabio Mauri’s iconic and unpublished works as well as and some historical works by Antoni Muntadas exhibited in Italy for the first time. The work of the two artists is still unsurpassed, constituting an inexhaustible source for the willing-to-engage observers and an inspiration for the artists attracted to the ability to encapsulate project and semantic consistency into formally simple solutions.
Michelangelo Pistoletto and Pascale Marthine Tayou: One thing doesn’t exclude the other Edited by Galleria Continua
July 2019 9788893970150 | £27.95 Hardback | 192pp | 270 x 230 mm 128 col ills Rights: Worldwide exc. Italy
Galleria Continua is delighted to present “Una cosa non esclude l’altra – One thing doesn’t exclude the other”, an exhibition which represents a creative dialogue, treading a path which weaves together differences and oppositions, and explores the coexistence of humanity and otherness. Michelangelo Pistoletto and Pascale Marthine Tayou both create art which is open to dialogue and exchange. Their works are testament to a process of continual evolution and expansion, aimed at refreshing the point of contact between the artistic experience and the external world. A dialogue – in the case of Pistoletto’s multidisciplinary practice – in which multiple voices take part, as his aesthetic is based on a form of relationship and participation which goes beyond the confines of the work. Tayou’s work on the other hand seeks to redefine postcolonial issues via the European experience, and to reflect on questions such as immigration, the role of the individual, and national and cultural identity.
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Big Orchestra Music with Sculptures of Contemporary Art Edited by Matthias Ulrich
July 2019 9783864422850 | £27.95 Paperback stapled in an EP cover 64pp | 254 x 254 mm 50 col ills Rights: Worldwide exc. France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Netherlands, USA & Canada.
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Contemporary art has its own sound. Musical instruments in form of sculptures represent a still relatively unknown, recent development in contemporary art. The publication accompanying this international group exhibition presents artworks that, at the same time, function as musical instruments. The performance on the sculptural instruments forms the center of this constantly changing exhibition. During the course of the show, Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt will temporarily turn into a concert hall, where the works are activated and brought to tonal life. Visitors to the exhibition will be able to experience the sound of the artworks in a live setting. Ever newly formed ensembles examine the sound of the instruments, which are subsequently presented in concerts, or the artists activate their own works in performances. Starting point for the concept is an extended notion of art and music as seen during the Fluxus movement of the 1960s: happenings and actions were understood as “concerts”, since they appeared structured like compositions, and combined different media and materials.
Dag Erik Elgin: Mirror Falling from the Wall Edited by Tone Hansen
Sept 2019 9783864422942 | £37.50 Hardback | 192pp | 280 x 205 mm 180 col ills Rights: Worldwide exc. France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Netherlands, USA & Canada.
Since 1986, in his “Originals” series, Dag Erik Elgin has devoted himself as a re-creating painter to his own admittedly subjective, but not unusual, canon of modern painting. In the series he repeats the selected works, all of them Modernist or Classical Modernist, but without pursuing maximum authenticity in the copying manner of an art forger. The resulting canvases are at the boundary between complete appropriation and studying replica in them, Elgin relives as a painter the processes where by the actual originals arose, as in a reenactment, at the same time using them to generate an intellectual reflection on the sensitive topics of original and forgery, of genuine and genuinely copied painting. His “Originals” are aesthetically very attractive, yet – as forgeries – they would not withstand a critical autopsy in the art market, for their materials and manner of production in no way disguise the fact that they have been created in the present. Yet it is the painting itself, the insistence on a personal product in oil on canvas, that makes the “Original” an original, and this in an age of perfected digital opportunities for appropriation which would by far outdo any artisanal transfer. Uwe Fleckner
Eberhard Havekost: U Say Love Edited by Bruno Brunnet and Nicole Hackert
July 2019 9783864422867 | £23.25 Paperback | 48pp | 280 x 200 mm 35 col ills Rights: Worldwide exc. France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Netherlands, USA & Canada.
At first glance, Eberhard Havekost’s work is determined by discontinuity. Some of his latest paintings from 2017 to 2019 are almost perfect in their appreciation of realism. Some paintings are abstract, combining dynamic and gestural brushstrokes with the scraping-off of paint. In other pictures, colors such as a bright orange, lemon yellow and scarlet are smudged, suggesting a smoky mist. Then again, a sulfurous green again appears almost uniform and thus a little yellowish, as if it were seeping acridly, stifling and biting through the canvas. The process of painting becomes a chemical process when Eberhard Havekost removes layer upon layer of paint with turpentine, in fact liquefying it again, in order to seemingly dissolve it. The images by Eberhard Havekost thus go beyond reality. They revolve around the dissolution of the object, since his work is about reconstruction, seeing something and rebuilding it. Yet the image remains flat, is not just imagination, but remains an object, soft and hence open to various meanings.
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Elementary Parts ART
Edited by Reinhard Spieler and Stella Jaeger
September 2019 9783864422973 | £27.95 Paperback | 356pp | 210 x 148mm 228 col ills Rights: Worldwide exc. France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Netherlands, USA & Canada.
With Elementary Parts, the Sprengel Museum Hannover is celebrating both the 50th anniversary of the donation of Bernhard and Margrit Sprengel and the 40th year of the museum’s existence. The catalog Elementary Parts poses simple and obvious questions about art that nevertheless prove to be absolutely fundamental: What is art? What are works of art actually made of, which materials are used? Which formal languages do they employ? Which reality (or realities) do they refer to between the figurative, the abstract and the virtual? In ten thematic topics there is unfolded an impressive spectrum of the fundamental ways of expression. The topics are, amongst others, color, material, form/shape, realities, history/narratives, natural and human shaped spaces, strong emotions and finally faces. This brings together a total of more than 150 works from Max Beckmann, Pablo Picasso, Fernand Léger and Paul Klee via Louise Bourgeois, Sean Scully, Bruce Nauman, Niki de Saint Phalle and Gerhard Richter to Marlene Dumas, Andrea Fraser, Julian Charrière, Julius von Bismarck, Christoph Girardet and Julia Schmid.
Fuzzy Dark Spot Video Art from Hamburg Edited by Dirk Luckow and Wolfgang Oelze
July 2019 9783864422874 | £32.00 Paperback | 224pp | 180 x 240 mm 210 col ills Rights: Worldwide exc. France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Netherlands, USA & Canada.
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The book Fuzzy Dark Spot, accompanying the exhibition at Falckenberg Collection Hamburg, examines in 56 positions how video, as an artistic medium, comments on social and media irritations and manipulations.This refers to television, to progressive movements by the counterpublic during the 1970s, the use of video as a surveillance medium and means of artistic narration, as a psychosocial mirror or instrument of self-optimization in the digital present. The great influence of electronic images on our collective memory and consciousness in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries turns doubts about an image, discomfort with the established, and distrust of claims to truth into important motives for artistic reflection. The title of the exhibition brings together these strands and describes a nebulous, fuzzy, obscure point, place or state. The term “Fuzzy Dark Spot” comes from an Internet forum where mold contaminating camera lenses is discussed.
Martin Kippenberger: Bitteschön Dankeschön. A Retrospective Texts by Jakob Schillinger, Susanne Kleine et al
November 2019 9783864422904 | £65.00 Hardback | 288pp | 305 x 240 mm 250 col ills Rights: Worldwide exc. France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Netherlands, USA & Canada.
It appears to always be the task of the subsequent generations to examine the relevance of an artist’s work according to art historical criteria. But what if the artist has negotiated precisely this question in his work from the very beginning? Martin Kippenberger (1953–1997) is one of the most complex and most important German artists of the last two decades of the 20th century. Together with his friends, he decisively shaped the image of art in the postmodern era and, in a rather anarchic way, helped many ideas gain ground. His wit, his unrestrained creative urge and the resulting work assured him a prominent position within the contemporary art scene already during his lifetime. In his oeuvre, a profound knowledge of art history merges directly with an almost inexhaustible trove of stories of art and anecdotes on art, a sharp observational talent, honed in daily life, and with the direct connection of artistic expression to his own live; Martin Kippenberger's attitude and understanding of his role as an artist has become a model for future generations.
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Hans Erni ART
Edited by Heinz Stahlhut
August 2019 9783864422935 | £37.50 Hardback | 144 pp | 280 x 210 mm 60 col ills Rights: Worldwide exc. France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Netherlands, USA & Canada.
The work of Lucerne artist Hans Erni, who died in 2015 at the age of 106, is on the one hand rather impressive not least due to its enormous variety of materials: painting in small and monumental format, drawing and printmaking, ceramics and relief, poster and book art. On the other hand, this wealth corresponds to his stylistic range: from realistic and cubist inspired beginnings during the 1930s to purely abstract compositions and the virtuoso synthesis of the two forms of expression in the 1940s. After he had previously been politically reviled, he realized numerous public works and has become internationally known as one of the most important representatives of Swiss art in the 20th century. His everkeen interest in social, political and environmental matters, his commitment to peace, social justice and nature conservation are reflected in his visual and graphic work. The publication on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the Hans Erni Museum provides an overview of the diversified collection of the Hans Erni Stiftung.
Max Beckmann in Dialogue with Cecily Brown, Ella Kruglyanskaya and Dana Schutz Edited by Bruno Brunnet and Nicole Hackert
July 2019 9783864422980 | £23.25 Paperback | 64pp | 280 x 200 mm 40 col ills Rights: Worldwide exc. France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Netherlands, USA & Canada.
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Cecily Brown, Ella Kruglyanskaya, Dana Schutz are artists born or living in the USA who have admired Max Beckmann’s oeuvre since the beginning of their work. Outside Germany, Beckmann had always been regarded as the “most German of all artists”. Cecily Brown delivered the impetus for the exhibition and publication, in which numerous works by Max Beckmann enter into dialogue with current works by the three painters, now part of the generation of grandchildren. In Cecily Brown’s paintings, created specifically for this occasion, the influence is primarily of an atmospheric nature – references to Beckmann’s contours and hues are rather apparent. Ella Kruglyanskaya shows portraits of women, the canvas almost bursting with their vitality, and they quite obviously caricature the bar and coffeehouse staff of the master. Dana Schutz combines Max Beckmann’s recurring motifs in large-format works. In this way she accumulates the impressions and thereby quite closely approximates his world. Thus all three artists present autonomous works that attest to the timelessness of the “most German of all artists”.
Olivier Mosset: Tutu Edited by Sabine Schaschl
July 2019 9783864422959 | £37.50 Hardback | 160pp | 270 x 230 mm 80 col ills Rights: Worldwide exc. France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Netherlands, USA & Canada.
In 1962, Olivier Mosset began his artistic career in Paris as an assistant to Jean Tinguely and Daniel Spoerri. He then met Daniel Buren, Michel Parmentier and Niele Toroni and together, in four provocative collaborative actions from January to September 1967, they attacked Abstract Expressionism and thus the Nouvelle École de Paris head-on. They called themselves BMPT, after the initial letters of their names, but soon dissolved the group. They strived to fundamentally question the prevailing notion painting, starting from scratch to formulate a conception of painting that referred only to itself. In the 1970s Olivier Mosset repeatedly visited New York where he met Andy Warhol and studied the work of Robert Ryman. In 1977 he made art history in participating the exhibition “Radical Painting” in Williamstown, New York. Mosset’s oeuvre has come full-circle in a way with more recent works, such as the eponymous “Tutu” from 2013, a play on words that refers to a drawing by another artist – a ballerina by Marcel Duchamp.
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Painting Machine: Guy Shoham Texts by Eran Bar-Gil, Paul Clinton, Angela Kingston, Harry Seymour.
July l 2019 9781527237414 | £50.00 Hardback | 170pp | 280 x 210 mm 74 col ills Rights: Worldwide
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Painting Machine is an artist’s book designed by acclaimed London studio A Practice for Everyday Life. Its unique design and structure reflect aspects of the artist’s practice. There is a cyclical element to Shoham’s work – often one series evolves into and overlaps with another – and it plays with such tropes as real vs illusory, high culture vs low and tromple l'oeil. In response, Painting Machine is made in two sections, playing on the idea of beginning and end: one containing artworks, the other texts. The two sections are bound onto a cloth hardback cover, with the sections sitting on opposite sides of the inside cover. Artworks appear on contrasting backgrounds of different types, from street photos to veneer samples and digitally manipulated watercolours made especially for the book, all of which encourage the questioning of what constitutes the work. While pages are unnumbered and works are seemingly organized arbitrarily, the background groupings hint both at the paintings' chronology and inspiration.
Texts by Beate Reifenscheid, Olivier Delavallade
September 2019 9783960700418 | £42.00 Paperback | 420pp | 320 x 240 mm 240 illus. Rights: UK & Eire, Spain, Portugal, Eastern Europe, Russia, Middle East & Far East
Art + Australia
2019. Issue Five (55.2):
Nam Tchun-Mo: Beam, Lines, Spring, Stroke Nam Tchun-Mo, who was born in 1961 in Daegu, represents a new era of Dansaekhwa, the South Korean art movement that already in the 1960s was radically abstract, largely monochrome. There is a unique consistency in his reduction of the drawn line, which he simultaneously interprets in three dimensions. Resin-hardened fabrics give his ideas a sculptural dimension. Lines and surfaces become heights and depths, which he often colors monochromatically. Recently he developed objects in space, which now finally translate the sculptural paintings into three-dimensionality. The comprehensive book is published on the occasion of his first large museum exhibition in Europe and presents his drawings, paintings, and sculptures, as well as their installations in exhibitions and museum spaces in a congenially designed book.
8–23_ Without Warning Edward Colless / 24–33_ Exile Behrouz Boochani / 34–39_ Law unto Itself Cait Storr / 40–51_ murmur Toru Yoshikawa / 52–59_ Prospects for a New New Brutalism Beth George / 60–69_ Repurposed Monuments Paulius Andriuškevičius / 70–77_ Fascism, Trump and Architectural Coprophagy Justin Mallia / 80–87_ On the Matters of Alterstories Hayley Singer / 88–109_ The Image is Not Nothing Lisa Radford + Yhonnie Scarce / 110–119_ Omnipotent Flesh Sophie Knezic / 120–129_ Crystal Phallus Tessa Laird / 130–136_ The Post-contemporary Distraction Terry Smith / 138–145_ How brutal, really Gwynneth Porter / 146–149_ Piss off WestConnex Mark Titmarsh / 150–159_ The Sound of Two Hands Thinking Isabelle Sully / 160–169_ Unpopulated Edward Colless / 170–179_ In a Sorry Habit Vivienne Shark LeWitt /
Art + Australia Issue Five (55.2): Brutalism Edited by Edward Colless
July 2019 9780648547402 | £12.50 Paperback | 195pp | 215 x 138 mm Rights: Worldwide exc. Australia & New Zealand
Brutalism, the sixth edition under the auspices of the Victorian College of the Arts at the University of Melbourne, considers the unaccountable, marvellous and strange events occuring within contemporary artistic practice and discourse.The stark, raw truculence of the post–World War II architectural style of severity dubbed brutalism has been enjoying a renascent taste. Countless images of bunker-like and helmet-like megaliths of social housing, immobile monoliths of governmental inscrutability, and mammoth corporate hubs tiered like Aztec pyramids that might have sacrificial blood running dark in their guttering now spill across Tumblr, Instagram and coffee tables with the ubiquity of food pornography. But there’s clearly something about the pugnacious strong-man allure of this mode of monumentality and its ruin-value nostalgie that goes beyond the architectural example. With contributions from Behrouz Boochani; Cait Storr; Toru Yoshikawa; Beth George; Paulius Andruskevcius; Justin Mallia; Hayley Singer; Lisa Radford; Yhonnie Scarce; Sophie Knezic; Tessa Laird; Gwynneth Porter; Mark Titmarsh; Isabelle Sully; Vivienne Shark Lewitt.
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Teachings of the Garden. Conversations in Japan Edited by Carola Platzek
October 2019 9783903172272 | £19.99 Paperback | 92pp | 210 x 155 mm 26 col photos Rights: Worldwide exc. Germany, Austria, Switzerland, USA & Canada.
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These twelve conversations aim to place Japanese gardens into broader contexts: the arts, sciences, political history, cultural and social change, religions. The teachings of a garden are expressed in the recurring attempt to establish harmony—harmony between nature and art, the real and the spiritual world, past and present. This book does not idealize the garden as an object of aesthetic or spiritual contemplation but is a social compendium that presents a society’s underlying order. The art historian and cultural scientist Carola Platzek spoke with gardeners and garden historians, a sound researcher as well as a Buddhist priest and a Shintō priest about their work with traditional and modern concepts that shape Japanese design.
The Art of Emptiness
July 2019 9784866580630 | £40.00 Hardback | 208pp | 210 x 148 mm Rights: Worldwide exc. Japan, USA & Canada.
For several hundred years, Japanese porcelain has been highly acclaimed and sought after around the world. Sophisticated porcelain ware has long been produced in the Arita area of Kyushu, and artisans from the Kakiemon family have gained particular renown for their skill in enamels and their artistic designs. Now, for the first time, the techniques and tradition behind the creation of their ceramic works are disclosed through the words of the late Kakiemon XIV. Starting with his childhood memories, he talks about his father and grandfather and what he inherited from them; how the craftsmen work at the kiln; and how materials such as stone, clay, and firewood play a crucial part in creating the works. Most striking of all are the explanations of aka-e overglaze enamels and nigoshide porcelain, the characteristics that make Kakiemon ware so phenomenal. With more than twenty color plates depicting Kakiemon pieces from museums and private collections, this volume provides rare insight into one of the world’s most famous kilns.
By Sakaida Kakiemon XIV
The Book Of Urushi Japanese Lacquerware from a Master By Matsuda Gonroku
July 2019 9784866580609 | £39.00 Hardback | 256pp | 210 x148 mm Rights: Worldwide exc. Japan, USA & Canada.
Urushi, Japanese lacquerware, is perhaps the oldest and most sublime of all the Japanese arts and crafts. Its history goes back more than 7,000 years, and it is still vibrantly alive today. It is practiced by craftsmen working in time-honored techniques and by modern artists forging the future. Valued for its utilitarian durability, urushi developed into an incomparable art, adorning a multitude of objects from luxurious palaces to lavish murals and exquisitely crafted fountain pens. The present book, written more than fifty years ago by the Living National Treasure Matsuda Gonroku, has long been a must-read for collectors, researchers, and laypeople. It is the “bible” of urushi, covering every conceivable aspect of the subject. It includes some fifty full-color illustrations of masterpieces honored by history and masterworks by Matsuda himself. The present edition has been supervised by Murose Kazumi, a disciple of Matsuda’s and a Living National Treasure in his own right.
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CRAFT / SOCIOLOGY
The Music of Color By Shimura Fukumi A startlingly original creator in the medium of textiles, Living National Treasure Shimura Fukumi is also well known in Japan for her essays on color, nature, and the work of weaving and dyeing. The Music of Color collects some of Shimura’s most insightful writing together with Takao Inoue’s stunning photographs of her art and the natural world that inspires it.
July 2019 9784866580616 | £30.50 Paperback | 176pp | 220 x 148 mm Rights: Worldwide exc. Japan, USA & Canada.
From winter snows to spring blossoms, from the foothills of Japan’s “Southern Alps” to the back streets of Gion, Kyoto, Shimura initiates the reader into a facet of Japanese culture where the boundary between craft and art is blurred. Her insight into the sources and uses of natural color, along with her decades of experience in the world of Japanese textiles, from silkworm and loom to finished kimono, are both on full display in this rich collection. Her essays offer new perspectives on contemporary textiles, Japanese folk craft traditions, and thoughts on how Japanese artists engage with the four seasons.
The Lure of Pokemon Video Games and the Savage Mind By Nakazawa Shinichi
July 2019 9784866580654 | £36.50 Hardback | 132pp | 210 x 148 mm Rights: Worldwide exc. Japan, USA & Canada.
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Video games are often thought to draw children out of nature and into isolated, closed spaces. In The Lure of Pokémon: Video Games and the Savage Mind, however, Nakazawa Shinichi shows how the Pokémon series of video games, far from standing in opposition to nature, actually seeks to represent the true, hidden essence of the natural world. Nakazawa argues that the Pokémon worldview is the best contemporary example of Lévi-Strauss’s “savage mind” (la pensée sauvage). As the natural environment is transformed around them, the author suggests, children that would once have directly observed and explored nature encounter it through technology instead. The author supports his argument through close analysis of the history and even prehistory of video games in Japanese culture. Drawing on mythology, Freudian and Lacanian psychoanalysis, and other resources, he explores cultural touchstones like Space Invaders, Ultraman, and the RPG as a genre, showing how their rich, direct expression appeals directly to the urges and impulses within children themselves, helping them come to terms with their place in the world.
The US Navy and the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force By Agawa Naoyuki
July 2019 9784866580555 | £36.50 Hardback | 308pp | 210 x 148 mm Rights: Worldwide exc. Japan, USA & Canada.
Friendship across the Seas
This book describes the history of the relationship between the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF), the heir to the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN), and the United States Navy (US Navy). The two navies fought each other fiercely on the seas and in the air during the Pacific War. Each found the other a formidable enemy. They came to respect each other in action. Soon after the war, when the Cold War turned hot, they began to work together as allies. With the generous assistance of the US Navy, the JMSDF was established as its counterpart. Doing so was in their respective national interests, but many individual officers and sailors on both sides had mixed feelings about working with their former enemies. The maritime alliance between Japan and the United States today is anchored in this history. Numerous admirals, officers, and sailors of the two navies working together have greatly contributed to the stability and prosperity of the Asia/Pacific region for the past seventy years.
The Remarkable History of Japan-US Relations By Kosaka Masataka
July 2019 9784916055774 | £36.50 Hardback | 192pp | 210 x 148 mm Rights: Worldwide exc. Japan, USA & Canada.
After the Pacific War, the bitter enemies Japan and the United States became fast friends and allies. Most observers in the West believe Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor was unprovoked, but what had led Japan to take such action? The arrival of American “black ships” in Japan in 1853 was one cause of the fall of the shogunate and the restoration of imperial power little more than a decade later. That set Japan on the road to international expansion in imitation of Western imperial powers. This volume recounts this saga from the Russo-Japanese War and Japanese expansion in Manchuria to the brink of war with the United States. Kosaka Masataka (1934-1996) was a professor of international politics at Kyoto University from 1971 to 1996.
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Security Politics in Japan HISTORY
Legislation for a New Security Environment By Hosoya Yuichi
July 2019 9784866580531 | £36.50 Hardback | 208pp | 210 x 148 mm Rights: Worldwide exc. Japan, USA & Canada.
How can peace be realized in the modern world? And how can Japan ensure its own security? Despite the intense debates over Japan’s recent security-related legislation, such vital issues as these were never explored. To give proper consideration to these thorny questions, it is indispensable to have both a knowledge of history indicating the circumstances in which wars occur and a real recognition of the security environment of the twenty-first century. This work explores hotly debated security-related matters from a standard viewpoint on international politics and diplomatic history. It also advocates in a bold yet level-headed manner the form Japan’s security should take and the path Japan should follow to make that a reality. Hosoya Yuichi is professor of international politics at Keio University, Tokyo.
Toward the Meiji Revolution The Search for “Civilization” in Nineteenth-Century Japan By Karube Tadashi
July 2019 9784866580593 | £36.50 Hardback | 256 pp | 210 x 148 mm Rights: Worldwide exc. Japan, USA & Canada.
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In 2018, Japan marked the 150th anniversary of the collapse of the Tokugawa shogunate and the establishment of a new government under Emperor Meiji. The impact on Japan of diplomatic, economic, and cultural pressure from the United States and other Western powers from 1853 onward was previously thought to be the immediate catalyst of this “Meiji Revolution.” But Japan’s modern transformation was rooted in a much deeper process of social and intellectual development that gradually unfolded throughout the latter half of the Tokugawa period. Surveying a diverse group of thinkers spanning the Tokugawa and early Meiji years—Ogyū Sorai, Yamagata Bantō, Motoori Norinaga, Rai San’yō, Fukuzawa Yukichi, Takekoshi Yosaburō, and others—this ambitious book liberates modern Japanese history from the stereotypical narrative of “Japanese spirit and Western technique,” offering a detailed examination of the elements in Tokugawa thought and culture that spurred Japan to articulate its own unique conception of civilization during the course of the nineteenth century. Karube Tadashi (b. 1965) is a professor in the School of Legal and Political Studies at the University of Tokyo.
Craftsmanship in the Creative Economy By Murayama Yuzo
July 2019 9784866580586 | £40.00 Hardback | 160pp | 210 x 148 mm Rights: Worldwide exc. Japan, USA & Canada.
Heritage Culture and Business, Kyoto Style
Kyoto, where world-class high-tech industries exist alongside heritage industries. Achieving highly competitive strength by keeping a step ahead of the global standard while maintaining the spirit of harmony that distinguishes Japanese style management. What is the essence of this style of management? How has Kyoto’s living traditional culture as a part of daily life been preserved? A thorough study of various unique approaches, based on interviews with managers and craftspeople, Murayama’s work covers everything from distinct management styles aimed at increasing workforce motivation to the development of capabilities that yield products with high cultural value, and innovation for the sake of business continuity. This book is packed with valuable hints for the future management of not only Japanese firms but also businesses worldwide. A Doshisha Business School professor, Murayama Yuzo also served as vice president of Doshisha University from 2014–2016. He was born in the Nishijin district of Kyoto and, after graduating from Doshisha, earned a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Washington.
The Story of Japan's Ohmi Merchants The Precept of Sanpo-yoshi By Suenaga Kunitoshi
July 2019 9784866580579 | £36.75 Hardback | 178pp | 221 x 148 mm Rights: Worldwide exc. Japan, USA & Canada.
From its very origins, Ohmi was a highly developed region bordering Kyoto, the center of political power. For that reason, Ohmi is closely tied to the history of political, cultural, social and economic development in Kyoto, and therefore Japan as a whole. Ohmi merchants can be considered the very source of Japanese-style management. The key concepts that they developed underpinned the success of Japanese corporations for generations. These include core concepts such as sanpo-yoshi or “three-way satisfaction” and corporate social responsibility (CSR), considering a third-person perspective, being a member of society, customer satisfaction, contribution to society and the social consciousness of “good for the world.Inspirational and practical, this book is full of useful ideas and methods that have helped Japanese corporations and individuals achieve success for generations. It is recommended for any student of business or anyone who wants to dig deep into the historical background that helped Japanese companies overcome adversity and achieve greatness.
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SOCIOLOGY / LANGUAGE
The Japanese Linguistic Landscape Reflections on Quintessential Words By Nakanishi Susumu, Photographs by Nakanishi Kimiko Languages change over time. No matter how hard we try to control and regulate them, they exist in a state of endless metamorphosis. This does not mean, though, that we should simply stand by and watch as language devolves into nonsense.
July 2019 9784866580685 | £39.00 Hardback | 304pp | 210 x 148 mm Rights: Worldwide exc. Japan, USA & Canada.
What should we do, then? Recognizing the inevitability of change is a given, of course. But we must also navigate the delicate line between the pull of popular trends and the urge to cling blindly to the ways of the past. The ideal balance, Professor Nakanishi argues in this book, lies in being “one step behind the times,” which is the best approach for wielding all the charms of a language. Beautiful words have an ageless quality, regardless of when they first appeared in a language. The Japanese language testifies to that truth. This book introduces a balanced mix of new and old words that reflect the singular beauty of the Japanese language.
Bushido and the Art of Living An Inquiry into Samurai Values By Alexander Bennett
March 2017 9784866580517 | £34.50 Paperback | 184pp | 220 x 148 mm Rights: Worldwide exc. Japan, USA & Canada.
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What is Bushido? What is Budo? How are the culture and traditions of samurai connected with the modern martial arts? Is the ancient wisdom of Japan's feudal warriors truly relevant in the twenty-first century? If so, how can it be accessed? This book addresses these questions, and is a must read not only for martial artists, but also for those who want to know more about the enigmatic Japanese mind and notions of self-identity. Alexander Bennett is currently employed as a Professor at Kansai University's Division of International Affairs. Bennett is Vice President of the International Naginata Federation, on the International Committee of the All Japan Kendo Federation, a Director of the Japanese Academy of Budo, and represents NZ Kendo as Head Coach. Recent publications in English include Hagakure: The Secret Wisdom of the Samurai (Tuttle, 2014); Kendo: Culture of the Sword (University of California Press, 2015), Naginata: History and Practice (Bunkasha International, 2016).
Fifteen lessons I learned about happiness from Japanese tea culture By Morishita Noriko
July 2019 9784866580623 | £30.50 Hardback | 244pp | 210 x 148 mm Rights: Worldwide exc. Japan, USA & Canada.
Every Day a Good Day
Reporter and essayist Morishita Noriko reflects on twenty-five years of studying the Japanese Way of Tea, from her first uncertain steps as a college student to her gradual discovery of freedom within the very rules that once seemed to hold her back. As Morishita experiences the trials and triumphs of adult life, from job-hunting setbacks to lost love, from the struggle to build a career to the pain of losing a loved one, Tea is always there to remind her that simply being present in the moment is enough. The joy of savoring the seasons with all five senses—of smelling the rain, of hearing each individual raindrop. The importance of cherishing each meeting as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Humor and heartbreak, despair and determination—in this memoir, Morishita vividly connects the Way of Tea to the full span of human experience, culminating in the exhilaration of realizing “I’m alive, right now!” Morishita Noriko was born in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture in 1956. She graduated from the Department of Japanese Literature at the Faculty of Humanities, Japan Women’s University.
Pilgrimages in the Secular Age: From El Camino to Anime By Okamoto Ryosuke
July 2019 9784866580647 | £30.50 Hardback | 176pp | 210 x 148 mm Rights: Worldwide exc. Japan, USA & Canada.
Religion and tourism seem to be an unlikely pair, but in fact, taking a look at these two human behaviors provides invaluable insight into modern society. In the past, holy sites were of immense importance to those who followed a particular religion, and these places used to attract many faithful pilgrims. These days, however, people without faith visit holy places simply to experience something out of the ordinary. Furthermore, many places without any connection to religion are being called “sacred” and attracting people’s interest. What really drives people there, and what do people want to gain from the experience? In this informative book, the author discusses various pilgrimages in order to shed light on new types of religious views and faiths that have come into being in the twenty-first century. The book explores the Santiago pilgrimage in Spain; the eighty-eight temple pilgrimage in Shikoku, Japan; B-grade tourist spots; so-called “power spots”; sacred anime sites; and much more. Born in Tokyo in 1979, Okamoto Ryosuke is an associate professor of Media and Communication Studies at Hokkaido University.
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The Mystical Philosophy of Jacob Böhme Edited by Claudia Brink, Lucinda Martin & Cecilia Muratori
July 2019 9783954984879 | £18.00 Paperback | 168pp | 260 x 220 mm 117 col & b/w ills Rights: UK & Eire
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Jacob Böhme (1575–1624) is one of the most important German thinkers. His writings have influenced literature, philosophy, religion and art beyond national borders from his time up to the present. One hundred years after the beginning of the Protestant Reformation – on the eve of the Thirty Years’ War – Böhme wanted to give voice to the need for a deep spiritual and philosophical renewal. In a series of exhibitions – in Dresden, Coventry, Amsterdam, and Wroclaw – the Dresden State Art Collections recall this unconventional thinker, whose ideas about the relationship between science and belief, humanity and nature, woman and man are today more current than ever.
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[as if] After the Storm: A Gentle Manifesto for a Neighborhood in New Orleans Alexander Rodchenko: Inventory of Space Andreas Fograrasi: Mondial l’Automobile / Pacific Design Center / Interview with Peter Ghyczy Andreas Reiter Raabe: Pure Paint Annja Krautgasser: Verzeichnis Architecture of the Generali Fundation in Vienna, The Archivaria Artists as Public Intellectual Betonblumen 10 Brad Downey Betonblumen 11 Evan Roth Betonblumen 7 Ripo Betonblumen 8 Busk Betonblumen 9 Permanent Unit Bjarne Melgaard: Daddies Don’t Grow on Palm Trees Carl Einstein. A defense of the Real Carola Dertnig; Perform Perform Perform Carolee Schneemann: Precarious Concept and Design 2 Constanze Rhum: Coming Attractions Critical Complicity Dearie: The Louis Betts Portrait of Harriet King Huey Decomposition: Reconstruction Berlin 1918: Anti-Capitalism, Avante-Garde Art, Atonal Music Detours:1960’s Architecture: Italy. Ten Modern Buildings Revisited
Andrea van der Straeten Mark Gilbert
Alexander Rodchenko Peter Noever (Ed)
Andreas Reiter Raabe Annja Krautgasser Jabornegg, Christian Michael Huey Stephan Schmidt-Wulffen Vitus Weh, Jogi Neufeld Vitus Weh, Jogi Neufeld Vitus Weh, Jogi Neufeld Vitus Weh, Jogi Neufeld Vitus Weh, Jogi Neufeld Melgaard, Bjarne David Quigley Carola Dertnig Ragona, Melissa Palffy, Andras et al Rike Frank Lisa Mazza & Julia Mortiz (Eds) Michael Huey Martin Clegg & Michael Guttman
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Eschebach, Erika & Weber, Helena
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Edgar Honetschlager: Sugar and Ice Elective Affinities Extroversion: A Talk Franz West Works Frida Parmeggiani: Costume Abstractions Gazprom-City Gilbert Bretterbauer: bretterbauer objects Gottfried Hattinger, Peter Bogner: Space Inventions Hanako Geierhos: ontological rehearsals - Masks, Props, Sculptures Hans Scheirl: h_dandy boy_parts Helga Michie: Works Helmut Lang: Various Conditions Heritage Learning Matters: Museum and Universal Heritage Himalayan Vernacular Ideal Museum: Gottfried Semper’s Practical Art in Metals Ikuru Kuwajima: Tundra Kids Intimate Space Iris Andraschek: Passion for the Real John Gerrard: Animated Scene Josef Danner: Figure It Out Josef Trattner: Divan Josef Trattner: Sofa Julie Desire: Lust for Life Julius Koller: Galeria Ganku Kappa-Kun goes Tokyo Kozek Hörlonski: Crisscross Oder Liquid Homelands. The Sonic Productions of Second Generation. [South] Asian Women Marko Lulic: Death of the Monument Michael Huey: Houseguests/China Cupboard Modelling Space: 10th Anniversary Kiesler Foundation Vienna Modern: Architecture Books from the Marzona Collection Music here Music there . Exchanges in Performance Art New Vienna Now: Contemporary Vienna - Architecture, Art, Design, Film, Literature, Music Paper Lapap Passages/Boxes/Art in Public Spaces Peter Kollerer: Inner City (London) Rebecca Baron, Dorit Margreiter: Poverty Housing Americus, Georgia Renate Kordon: Where Ariadne Dances Re-Politicizing Art, Theory, Presentation and New Media Technology Rita Ackerman: Meditation on Violence Rudi Molacek: I’ll Be My Mirror Self-Timer Stories Sergei Sviatchenko: Collages Sigrid Kurz: On Display Son of the Velvet Rat: Songs Straight as the Pine, Sturdy as the Oak Tamara Horáková/Ewald Maurer: Areas Grids Photo Papers Teachings of the Garden The Artist as Public Intellectual Thomas Feuerstein. Futur II Totem and Taboo: Complexity and Relationships Between Art & Design Typo-Passage No. 1 : Alex Trochut Typo-Passage No. 2 : Ariane Spanier Utopia of Sound - Immediacy and Non-Simultaneity Village Textures Yasumasa Morimura: No Pain No Gain
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Edgar Honetschlager Klocker, Hubert & Wendel-Poray, Denise Franz West, Benedikt Ledebur Hummel, Julius Geppert, Silke et al Panzer,Sophie Grzonka, Patricia et al Gottfried Hattinger Hanako Geierhos, Iosem Umschlag
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Eiblmayr, Silvia & Speigl, Andreas Ivanovic, Christine Klocker, Hubert Hadwig Krautler (Ed) Carl Pruscha Peter Noever (Ed) Kuwajima, Ikuru Georgia Creimer Barbara Steiner John Gerrard Danner, Josef et al Josef Trattner Josef Trattner Julia Seyr Grun, Daniel et al Edgar Honetschlager Hörlonski, Thomas Ruby Sircar
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Marko Lulic Michael Huey Monika Pessler (Ed) Elisabetta Bresciani (Editor) Thomas Frank Christoph Thun-Hohenstein
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Heiri Hafliger Vitus H. Weh Peter Kollerer Rebecca Baron, Dorit Margreiter
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Jetzer, Gianni; Hubert; Klocker Rudi Molacek Thun-Hohenstein, Felicitas Poyner, Rick Sigrid Kurz Georg Altziebler Michael Huey Tamara Horáková Platzek, Carola Stephan Schmidt-Wulffen Feuerstein, Thomas Elena Agudio et al
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1914: The Avant-Garde Goes to War A Robert Smithson Film: Broken Circle Spiral Hill A Secret History of Modern Art About Trees Adam Helms Adolf Fleischmann: An American Abstract Painter? Albrecht Fuchs: MK 95 Albrecht Fuchs: Portraits All Inclusive: A Tourist World Allan Kaprow: Painting 1946–1957: A Survey Always Different, Always the Same. Andre Butzer: Das Ende Andrea Faciu: Dreams & Accomplices Andrea Madesta: Abstract Andrea Winkler: Famous Quotes by Famous People Andreas Gursky: Munich Catalogue Andreas Karl Schulze: B OT BO TBO T Andreas Karl Schulze: Flatlikekeepingism Andreas Karl Schulze: P SYSYPP S YP P Andreas Plum: Paperworks Andreas Slominski: Das U des Turhuter Anonym: In the Future No One Will Be Famous Anselm Reyle: Stripe Paintings 2003-2013 Anthony Gormley: Horizon Field Hamburg Anton Henning: Midnight in Paris Armin Boehm: Evil Eye Asger Jorn: Without Boundares Astrid Nippold/ Hansjoerg Dobliar: It’s Always Night At Work Ballerina in a Whirlpool Beat Zoderer: Around 5 Corners Bernard Frize:Invisibility Cloak Better than de Kooning Bettina Kreig: Abysse Bettina Meyer Betty Tompkins Big Orchestra Bill Viola: Installations Biomorph! Hans Arp in a dialogue Birgit Werres: samples for pieces – maybe Body Check Bodycheck: Contemporary Sculpture Bojan Šar evi : A Curious Contortion in the Method of Progress Bojan Sarcevic: To What Extent Should an Artist Understand the Implications of His or Her Findings Bojan Sarcevic: Une Heureuse Regression Borden Capalino: Works 2013-2015 Boris Becker: Bunker 1984-1989 Bruce High Quality Foundation: The Transsubstantiation of Bruce Cao Fei: I watch that worlds pass by Carl Ostendarp Carl Ostendarp: Book (Red Version) Carl Ostendarp: Book (Blue Version) Carlos Matter: Learning from Liz Catholic Factor:Art of Germany & Poland Cecily Brown: The Sleep Around and the Lost and Found Cesar Domela: Hannover Catalogue Charif Benhelima:Harlem on my Mind Charlotte Moth: Travelogue Cher Ami - Votre Marcel Proust Chinese Portraits Christian Holstad: Dignity-Pressed Flowers Christian Rosa: I am in Love with the Coco Christian Rosa: Love’s Gonna Save the Day Christof Mascher: 1979 Christoph Buchel: Artist’s Book Conversations with Jurgen Partenheimer and other texts
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Uew M. Schneede Roel Arkesteijn, Eva Schmidt Pamela Kort; Max Hollein Fischer, Peter; McFarlane, Robert Marianne Boesky Wiehager, Renate (Ed) Albrecht Fuchs Albrecht Fuchs Max Hollein, Matthias Ulrich Baur, Andreas & Ursprung, Phillip Kost, Lynn Andre Butzer Susanne Kohler, Katrin Meder Andrea Madesta Jens Asthoff Andreas Gursky, Don Delillo Liesbrock, Heinz Andreas Karl Schulze Kebeck, Gunther Alex Jasch Luckow, Dirk Various Gebbers, Anna-Catharina Dirk Luckow Emmert, Claudia Armin Boehm Luckow, Dirk Astrid Nippold Kurzmeyer, Roman Fritz Emslander et al Kienbaum, Jochen Bernard Frize Baur, Andreas Christian Ganzenberg Marietta Franke Pernegger, Karin Ulrich, Matthias Luckow, Dirk Oliver Kornhoff, Kienbaum, Jochen & Laura Loers, Veit Matthias Winzen Gauthier,Michel
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Bojan Sarcevic Perkins, Frances Augustin, Roland
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Wiehager, Renate Lobke, Matthia & Saltz, Jerry Jochen Kienbaum Jochen Kienbaum Carlos Matter Gaby Dziuba Myers, Terry R. Cesar Domela Daniella Geo Meyer-Stoll, Christiane Jurgen Ritte Diane Droin-Michaud et al Christian Holstad Lobke, Matthia Ohrt, Roberto; Jablonsky, Linda Christof Mascher Christoph Buchel Kluge, Alexander
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Crossing Media Cuny Janssen: Amami Cuny Janssen: BLU Cuny Janssen: There Is Something in the Air in Prince Albert Cuny Janssen: There Was a Child Went Forth Cuyny Janssen: Yoshino Dag Erik Elgin: Mirror falling from the Wall Dana Schutz: Waiting for the Barbarians Dani Gal: Historical Records Daniel Richter: 10001nacht Darren Almond: Nocturne Darren Almond: The Giverny Polaroids David Czupryn: He She It David Reed: Heart of Glass David Reed: Rock, Paper, Scissors David Smith: Form in Colour David Thorpe: Kleve Catalogue Dieter Roth & Arnulf Rainer Collaborations Duchamp as Curator Eberhard Havekost: U Say Love Egbert Haneke: Vis Motrix Elbphilharmonie Elementary Parts Elmar Trenkwalder Emil Holmer: Parasites and Diagramme Emil Nolde: Cousin of the Deep Enoc Perez: Tender Erik Schmidt: Up Eva Leitolf: German Pictures Facing the World Fausto Melotti Florian Slotawa: Körnerstraße/ Wilhelmshofallee/ Hans-Arp-Allee
Baur, Andreas Cuny Janssen Conrath-Scholl, Gabriele Cuny Janssen Janssen, Cuny Jos vos Hansen, Tone Woeller, Marcus Gal, Dani Susanne Figner et al Andreas Baur Darren Almond Krempel, León Stephan Berg David Reed White, Michelle David Thorpe Fleck, Robert; Roth, Bjorn Wiehager, Renate Brunnet, Bruno & Hackert, Nicole Egbert Haneke Luckow, Dirk Spieler, Reinhard & Jaeger, Stella Arie Hartog et al Steinweg, Marcus Eggelhöfer, Fabienne Enoc Perez Erik Schmidt Eva Leitolf Hall, James Fogle, Douglas Oliver Kornhoff
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Florian Slotawa: Viewing Stuttgart Florin Kompatscher Works 2005-2010 Fly Me to the Moon For the Use of Those Who See Foreign & Familiar FORT: Works Fotofinish Fragments of Arte Povera Francesco Neri: Trophy & Treasure Franz Ackerman Friedemann von Stockhausen: Braunschweig Catalogue Fuzzy Dark Spot Gary Kuehn Georg Baselitz: Peintre – Graveur Georg Baselitz: Simunds Cave Georg Herold. where the.. Georg Herold: Multiple Choice Georg Winter: Psychotektonik Gerda Steiner & Jorg Lenzlinger:High Water Gerhard Richter: Unique Pieces in Series Gerold Miller: Retrospective Gert & Uwe Tobias: Bonn Catalogue Gert & Uwe tobias: GEM The Hague Gert & Uwe Tobias:Drawings Gert & UweTobias: Burgdorf/ Vienna Catalogue Gert & UweTobias: Hannover Catalogue Geta Bratescu Giacometti- Nauman Good Space Good Space: Communities, or the promise of Happiness Guillermo Kuitca Guillermo Kuitca: No Tomorrow! Gunter Damisch: Macro Micro Gunter Umberg/ Elisabeth Vary
Luckow, Dirk Klaus Thomann Hug, Cathérine Susanne Pfeffer Brennacher,Julia Dinse, Lotte Leber, Christina Jannis Kounellis, Mario Merz Conrath-Scholl, Gabriele Stephan Berg & Stefan Gronert Friedemann von Stockhausen Luckow, Dirk & Oelze, Wolfgang Christiane Mayer-Stoll Mason, Rainer Michael & Gretenkort, Detlev Wagner, Anselm Adolphs, Volker & Berg, Stephan Armin Zweite Ulrike Groos
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Hubert Butin Ulrike Schick Gert & UweTobias Rogier Omeling Gert & UweTobias Gert & UweTobias Gert & UweTobias Gassner, Hubertus & Kolle, Brigitte Schlicht, Esther Baur, Andreas Baur, Andreas Fitzgerald, Michael. C. Philip Larrat Smith Antonia Horschelmann Gunter Umberg, Elisabeth Vary
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Gunther Forg, Gunter Herburger: Trilogy of the Paths Günther Förg: [Untitled] 1976–2008 Gunther Forg: Aller/ Retour Gunther Forg: Back and Forth Gunther Forg: Deichtorhallen Hamburg Gunther Forg: Fields - Verges Gunther Forg: Moscow Gunther Forg: Passage Gunther Forg: Twelve Lead Paintings Gunther Forg: Wall Paintings 1978-2013 Hamish Fulton: Walking Transformation Hannah Weinberger: When time lies Hans Eijkelboom: Photo Concepts Hans Eilkelboom: Photographic Concepts Hans Emmenegger Hans Erni Hansjorg Dobliar: Delicate Deformation Haroon Mirza: hrm199 Ltd. Haroon Mirza: hrm199 Ltd. Hartmut Bohm: or-or Hartmut Bohm: Wandarbeiten Heidi Specker: In Front Of Heike Beyer: Scarcely Able to Stand Heinrich Weid: Model Book Heinz Mack: Light Space Colour Henry Moore Herbert Brandl: Hamburg Catalogue Herbert Brandl: Katana Herbert Brandl: Summersnow Herbert Hinteregger: Untitled (Flow) Herbert Maier: Who We Are – A Visual Library Home Stories Hommage à Georg Baselitz Horst Munch: Our War Hubert Kiecol: Golden Hyper! A Journey into Art and Music I am here I Hate Paul Klee I Want To See How You See Ika Huber: Coelin Ingrid Calame: Being Born Intractable & Untamed Isa Melsheimer:Artist’s Book JAK: Soul Blindness Jan Dibbets: Horizon Jan van der Ploeg: Selected Works 2009-2016 Javier Tellez: 4 1/2 Jeanne Faust: Dusseldorf Catalogue Jeanno Gaussi Jenny Michel: Antenna Diaries Jeppe Hein: Take a Walk in the Forrest at Sunlight Jin Meyerson: 2001-2007 Jochen Schmith: Certain Arrangements John Prues: Fateful Objects Jorinde Voigt: Botanic Code Juergen Teller: The Clinic Julian Lethbridge Julian Schnabel: Deus Ex Machina Julien Maire: A Magnifying Glass for the Time Jurgen Naber: Stops Jürgen Partenheimer: Calliope Katalin Deer: Present Things Katharina Hinsberg. Sequence. Drawings 1-117. Katja Strunz :Points of Entry Katrin Plav ak. On the Couch Katrin Plav ak: Humming Thumbling KIDS Kiki Kogelnik: I Have Seen the Future Kirill Golovchenko: 7 km
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Gunther Forg, Gunter Herburger Malycha, Christian Gunther Forg Gunther Forg Luckow, Dirk Gunther Forg Gunther Forg Gunther Forg Uli Knecht Wechsler, Max Baur, Andreas Baur, Andreas Conrath-Scholl, Gabriele Conrath-Scholl, Gabriele Bieder, Patricia Stahlhut, Heinz Hansjorg Dobliar Wader, Rachel; Martinez, Chus Wader, Rachel; Martinez, Chus Wiehager, Renate Ulrike Schick Domrose, Ulrich Litz, Christine; Lobke, Matthia Heinrich Weid Fleck, Robert Sebastiano Barassi Herbert Brandl Klaus & Elisabeth Thoman Krištof, Andreas Lobke, Matthia Herda, Isabell Hirsch, Nikolaus et al Gohr, Siegfried Horst Munch Eva Schmidt Dax, Max & Luckow, Dirk Clarke, Michael Robert Fleck et al Dirk Luckow Ika Huber Kienbaum, Jochen (Ed) Engelbach, Barbara Isa Melsheimer Baur, Andreas Rudi Fuchs & Eric Verhagen Wiehager, Renate Hilke Wagner Jeanne Faust Dogramaci, Burcu Hausmann, Brigitte Jeppe Hein Jin Meyerson Hilke Wagner Preus, John Jorinde Voigt Bonami, Francesco Storr, Robert Robert Fleck Ulrike Schick Heidbrink, Henriette Schumacher, Anne-Claire (Ed) Katalin Deer Kienbaum, Jochen and Laura Barbara Kuon Hausmann, Brigitte Eiblmayr, Silvia & Heiser, Jörg Estelle Blaschke, Kito Nedo Kirill Golovchenko
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Klaus Merkel: Hornbook land_scope Larger Than Life Stranger Than Fiction Lea Lublin: A Retrospective Leap in Time Liam Gillick Living in the Material World Luca Trevisani Lucian Freud and the Animal M+M: Come to Me first Magdalena Kita: Californication Maki Na Kamura Manfred Pernice: Haldensleben, Bibette Headland, Hotel Hangelar Marco Lulic: I was the Waitress at the Bauhaus Marcus Weber. Krazy Dog Moon Kat Maria Brunner Marianne Vitale: Oh don’t ask why Marilyn Minter: Hamburg Catalogue Mark Sheinkman: Otterndorf Catalogue Markus Bacher: After Eight Markus Lüpertz: Architecture Dithyrambic Markus Lupertz: Byways and Highways- A Retrospective Markus Lupertz: Myth & Metamorphosis Markus Proschek. Marlene Dumas: Female Marriage at Schloss Dyck Martin Boyce Martin Creed Martin Kippenberger: Bitteschön Dankeschön Martin Kippenberger: Museum of Modern Art Syros Martin Zellerhoff: Taking up the Motif Mary Heilman & Blinky Palermo: Mary Blinky Yay Mary Heilmann: Seeing Things, Visions, Waves & Roads Mathieu Mercier: Everything but the Kitchen Sink Mathilde Rosier: Ceremonially Infused Matthias Weischer: Thicket Max Beckmann in Dialogue Melanie Smith: Short Circuit Memphis Schulze: Catalogue raisonne Meuser: The Woman Rides and the Horse Goes on Foot Michael Beutler: Four Places for Sculptural Projects Michael Schmidt: Food Michael Venezia: Paintings Michel Würthle: le cinema de la vie Mira Schendel: Monotypes Miroslav Balka: Lightduress Mohau Modisakeng: Selected Works Natalia Stachon Next Generations Nic Hess Drawing Installations 1995-2013 Nikola Röthemeyer: Frauenzimmer Nils Nova:Works So Far Nina Pohl: Oldenburg Catalogue Norbert Schwontkowski: Blind Faith Olaf Metzel Olaf Metzel Olaf Metzel - Hans von Marees Olaf Metzel: Coffee Newspapers Cigarettes Olaf Metzel: From the TV to the Fridge Olivier Mosset: Tutu Out of Shanghai Paradise Handbook Patricia Bucher: Battle Panorama Paul Schwer Paul Schwer: From both ends Performative Installation Peter Dreher: Hommage to Painting Peter Hutchinson: Dreamed Paradise
Klenbaum, Jochen Pohlmann, Ulrich et al Ulrike Groos et al Bayer-Wermuth, Monika Ermacora, Beate Nicolas Bourriaud et al Almarcegui, Lara; Renate Wiehager Ines Ruttinger; Eva Schmidt Claudia Emmert Edzgveradze, Gai et al Wagenfeld-Pleister, Gertude Kaiser, Philipp
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