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books Valiz is an independent international publisher on contemporary art, theory, critique, design and urban affairs. Our books offer critical reflection, interdisciplinary inspiration, and often establish a connection between cultural disciplines and socio-economic questions. We publish these books out of our commitment to their content, to artistic and social issues and to the artists, designers and authors. Apart from publishing Valiz organizes lectures, debates and other cultural projects in which certain topics in contemporary art are explored.

Valiz is een onafhankelijke, internationale uitgeverij op het gebied van kunst, theorie, kritiek, ontwerp en stadscultuur. Onze boeken bieden kritische reflectie en interdisciplinaire inspiratie, waarbij de link tussen culturele disciplines en sociaal-economische thema’s vaak centraal staat. Wij publiceren boeken vanuit een betrokkenheid bij de inhoud, bij artistieke en sociale vraagstukken en bij de kunstenaars, ontwerpers en auteurs. Naast het uitgeven van boeken organiseert Valiz lezingen, debatten en andere culturele projecten waarin ontwikkelingen in de hedendaagse kunst en cultuur worden verkend.

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art—new! Serie vis-à-vis

Keywords

Kunst en maatschappij Culturele geschiedenis Museumstudies / Curating

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‘’t Gaat om heel eenvoudige dingen’ Jean Leering en de kunst

Paul Kempers

Een uitgebreide, zeer leesbare biografie over de gedreven idealist, mentor, schrijver, gentleman-activist Jean Leering (1934–2005), museumdirecteur van het Van Abbemuseum (1964–1973), het Tropenmuseum (1973–1975), met rollen in diverse internationale tentoonstellingen (o.a. documenta 4, 1968) en besturen. Beïnvloed door Willem Sandbergs ideeën over het moderne- en hedendaagse-kunstmuseum als een plek waar het bewustzijn van de bezoeker geactiveerd zou worden, streed hij jarenlang voor een vernieuwing van tentoonstellingsmodellen. Met zijn vaste vormgever Jan van Toorn dacht hij na over de rol en betekenis van het museum in de samenleving. Vier decennia na zijn vertrek uit het Van Abbe- en Tropenmuseum blijkt een nieuwe generatie curatoren en jonge museumdirecteuren zich ruimhartig te laten inspireren door Leerings ideeën. Only in Dutch! An extensive, intellectual biography on Jean Leering (1934–2005), the highly active museum director (Van Abbemuseum 1964-73, Tropenmuseum 1973-75), documenta 4 curator (1968), engaged educator, activist, writer and organizer.

ISBN 978-94-92095-07-7

€ 27,50

ISBN 978-94-92095-07-7

(onderzoek en/of publicatie) Stichting Harten Fonds, Mondriaan Fonds, Fonds voor Bijzondere Journalistieke Projecten, Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds

Info

ca 400 blz, 23,5 x 16,5 cm (h x b), paperback, Ned, november 2017

Support

9 789492 095077

Design

Sam de Groot


vis-à-vis series

Keywords

De serie vis-à-vis biedt een podium aan belangwekkende onderwerpen in de jonge beeldende kunst, architectuur of design. De auteurs verhouden zich tot de (kunst)geschiedenis, tot andere auteurs, tot de actualiteit, tot de lezer. De auteurs zijn veelal academische onderzoekers. Wat hen bindt, is een grote beeldende denkkracht, een onverschrokken omgang met het onderwerp en een vaardige, creatieve pen. De eerstvolgende uitgave is de fascinerende biografie over Jean Leering van auteur Paul Kempers.

Art History Creative Writing

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Paul Kempers (1960) is freelance kunsthistoricus/publicist. Hij schreef onder meer voor De Groene Amsterdammer, Vrij Nederland en het Financieele Dagblad en was columnist voor de Filmkrant. Van zijn hand verscheen onder meer het boek over de afgebroken Nieuwe Vleugel (de Sandberg-vleugel) van het Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam (Valiz: 2010). Kempers werd onderscheiden met de Jan Bart Klasterprijs voor de Kunstkritiek (1998), de huidige Prijs voor de Kunstkritiek.

VIS-À-VIS SERIES The vis-à-vis series provides a platform to stimulating and relevant subjects in recent and emerging visual arts, architecture and design. The authors relate to history and art history, to other authors, to recent topics and to the reader. Most are academic researchers. What binds them is a visual way of thinking, an undaunted treatment of the subject matter and a skilful, creative style of writing. Series design by Sam de Groot, www.samdegroot.nl.

Expected in October 2017: BRIAN O’DOHERTY/ PATRICK IRELAND Word, Image and Institutional Critique Christa-Maria Lerm Hayes (ed.), many contributors ISBN 978-94-92095-24-4

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Auteur

BRIAN O’DOHERTY/ PATRICK IRELAND

€ 25,00

ISBN 978-94-92095-24-4

9 789492 095244


Art—New!

Keywords

Memory—Amnesia Falling—Standing Horror Vacui—Spatiality

Marjan Teeuwen Destroyed House

Destroyed House Gaza 12, 2017

Destroyed House Gaza 10, 2017

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Destroyed House Gaza 17, 2017

All images: © Marjan Teeuwen

ISBN 978-94-92095-37-4

€ 29,50

Contributors

ISBN 978-94-92095-37-4

Ernst van Alphen, Maarten Doorman, Ludo van Halem, Hans den Hartog Jager, Meta Knol, Wilma Sütö

160 pp., 33 x 24 cm (h x w), Eng/Ned (bi-lingual/tweetalig), August 2017

Support

Mondriaan Fund

Info

Design

9 789492 095374

Haller Brun


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Destroyed House Gaza 3, 2017

Destroyed House Gaza 9, 2017

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Marjan Teeuwen (1953, NL) creates large-scale architectural installations in buildings that are demolished after her interventions. She tears and strips, disrupts construction and structure and with the remaining material she builds a new artistic image. Based on these installations she realizes autonomous photographic works. In her work the constructive force of building goes hand in hand with the power of destruction and decay. Floors are tilted or come straight down; walls are removed, completely or in part. Stacks of debris branch out through the building like a virus, covering all the walls, or are carefully ordered into architectural sculptures. In 2016/ 2017 Teeuwen realizes Destroyed House Gaza. By choosing to work in occupied territory she lets the local social context emphatically penetrate her work and the tension between the artistic and the political context comes to a head. By strengthening the artistic context she enhances the autonomous meaning of the work in this politically highly volatile region. Marjan Teeuwen—Destroyed House highlights the work in Gaza but also presents the other six installations in the Destroyed House series, plus the Archive series, she created since 2008. The authors provide new perspectives on the art-historical, architectural, philosophical, and social meaning of Teeuwen’s work.

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Destroyed House Gaza 5, 2017

Marjan Teeuwen


Graphic Design & Art—New!

Keywords

Counterculture—High culture 1970s—1980s Rotterdam—Los Angeles

Hard Werken: One for All

Graphic Art & Design 1979—1994 Ian Horton Bettina Furnée

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ISBN 978-94-92095-17-6

€ 39,50

ISBN 978-94-92095-17-6

Info

ca 480 pages, 24 x 17 cm (h x w), Eng, many images, November 2017

Partner

Stichting Kunstpublicaties Rotterdam Support

Creative Industries Fund NL

Design

9 789492 095176

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Coming soon: the first major publication on the innovative and experimental design work produced by Rotterdam-based Hard Werken [Working Hard]. Hard Werken: formed in the late 1970’s with a show-stopping eponymous underground magazine (soon to be a collector’s item). Famed and followed as the riotous and highly accomplished Dutch vanguard design group in the 1980’s, smattering high with low culture. Working in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, and Los Angeles, with worldwide ambitions. Folded after a shotgun wedding to a packaging company in Sloten (NL), in 1994. For those who were out there watching, Hard Werken shone like a shooting star across the design firmament. The core members were Henk Elenga, Kees de Gruiter, Gerard Hadders, Tom van den Haspel, Willems Kars and Rick Vermeulen. Hard Werken‘s anarchic design, contrary to typographic conventions and modernist currents of the time, characterized this group as a brash, elusive, and distinctly Rotterdam phenomenon. This chunky and crazy book will investigate Hard Werken‘s practice and legacy in an international context and address their contemporary significance. It will show lots of work and will dive into their role in Rotterdam’s culture and abroad, especially the UK and US; and the innovative aspects of their practice combining graphic and fine art languages. All will be elucidated by a myriad of images and clear, concise texts. ‘The 1970/80s Dutch magazine Hard Werken has all the qualities of a pop-legend. Born of the collective desire of a group of young graphic designers from industrial Rotterdam to express themselves, they quickly achieved an influential cult status, then [the magazine] died young.’ Peter Bilak in: Dot Dot Dot magazine, Issue 1, 2000 Insert texts: Russ Bestley, Max Bruinsma, Tony Credland, Frits Gierstberg, Noor Mertens

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Hard Werken: one for all


Art—New! PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED!

Rafaël Rozendaal

Keywords

Digital Art Unicity—Multiplication Transdisciplinarity ISBN 978-94-92095-30-5

Everything, Always, Everywhere

€ 25,00

Rafaël Rozendaal’s artistic practice comprises websites, installations, prints and writings. His work takes shape through a range of transformations — from movement into abstraction, from virtual into physical space, and from website to print — with all of them informing each other. All of his works have one thing in common: they stem from a fascination with moving images and interactivity in its most basic form. Everything, Always, Everywhere, reflects on the change that Rozendaal‘s work has undergone in recent years; looking at both his own evolution as an artist, and the technological progress that has influenced digital art in general. How can the artist play with the ever-growing range of digital possibilities? What is his relationship with Japan and Asia and how does this reflect in his work? Three essays; by curator and media scholar Christiane Paul; art historian Margriet Schavemaker, and curator Kodama Kanazawa, attempt to answer these questions while simultaneously deepening different issues surrounding the work, focusing on net.art and digital art. Through a long interview with Rafaël Rozendaal conducted by Marvin Jordan, the voice of the artist can be heard. Lastly his signature can be recognized in the multiple visual essays Rozendaal has created together with designer Remco van Bladel.

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Contributors

Christiane Paul (Whitney Museum), Margriet Schavemaker (Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam) Marvin Jordan (DIS Magazine and co-founder of Black Market) Kodama Kanazawa (金澤 韻) Support

Mondriaan Fund; Stichting Jaap Harten Fonds; Upstream Gallery Amsterdam

Postmasters Gallery, New York Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Tokyo Steve Turner, Los Angeles Info

320 pp., 24 x 17 cm (h x w), text Eng / partly Japanese, August 2017 Design

Studio Remco van Bladel


art— new! just released!

Keywords

Painting Collective Imagination

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ISBN 978-94-92095-36-7

9 789492 095367

€ 25,00

Europe, are we dancing on a volcano again? Are renewed nationalism, xenophobia, the distrust of politics and democracy, the arrival of refugees, and economic insecurity preparing us for a terrible meltdown? It is well possible. It should give us hope for this project, since the best art is produced on the verge of despair, when civilizations crumble and we’re about to shift into a new world order. This book chronicles the creation of The Painted Bird, a colossal, collaborative mural painting in Marres, House for Contemporary Culture in Maastricht, (NL). Made by 19 artists, the painting covered the entire interior of the monumental Marres villa, with beautiful and frightening impressions of Europe, including a high-tech supermarket, the last remnant of a natural forest, a virtual detention room and a new life festival in the year 2050. Combining letters written about the project by Gijs Frieling, the artists, and curator Valentijn Byvanck, with stunning photography capturing the work in progress as well as the finished work, the book serves as a monument for this collaborative art work in which the future of Europe is contemplated and engineered by means of brushstrokes, paint, sound waves, and stories. At the same time, it constitutes a passionate appeal to view Europe as the site of a new collective imagination. Directed by Gijs Frieling Edited by Valentijn Byvanck Photographed by Charlott Markus Book designed by Kalle Mattsson

Support Contributors

Marie Aly, Cian-Yu Bai, Kim David Bots, Bonno van Doorn, Gijs Frieling, Natasja Kensmil, Klaas Kloosterboer, Mirthe Klück, Frank Koolen, Fiona Lutjenhuis, Jan van de Pavert, Tanja Ritterbex, Sam Samiee, Charlotte Schleiffert, Derk Thijs, Sarah Verbeek, Helen Verhoeven, Evi Vingerling, Job Wouters

With Marres, House for Contemporary Culture, Maastricht, www.marres.org Supported by Fonds21, BankGiro Lottery Fund, and many generous individuals Info

240 pp., 23 x 17 cm (h x w), hardbound, Eng, May 2017 Design

Kalle Mattsson

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Dreams and Nightmares of Europe

ISBN 978-94-92095-36-7

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the painted bird


Art & Theory— new! just released!

Keywords

New Series: Making Public

Public Domain Public Knowledge Public Tools Public Values Public—Audience

The series ‘Making Public’ investigates ‘the public’, the civil domain where space, knowledge, values and commodities are shared. What does this notion of ‘public’ mean? How does this domain change under the influence of social, political and technological tendencies? Where are the boundaries of ‘the public’ and how are they determined? What forms of responsibility and solidarity does ‘the public’ invoke? And how do artists and culture critics shape the debate on these issues? The series is designed by Template, Marlon Harder &  Lasse van den Bosch Christensen, template01.info.

just released are: Authenticity?

Observations and Artistic Strategies in the Post-Digital Age Barbara Cueto, Bas Hendrikx (eds.) ISBN 978-94-92095-23-7 € 19,90

Being Public

How Art Creates the Public Jeroen Boomgaard, Rogier Brom (eds.) ISBN 978-94-92095-28-2

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Compassion ISBN 978-94-92095-23-7

ISBN 978-94-92095-28-2

ISBN 978-94-92095-29-9

A Paradox in Art and Society Jeroen Boomgaard, Rini Hurkmans, Judith Westerveld (eds.) ISBN 978-94-92095-29-9 € 19,90

9 789492 095237

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Expected September 2017: Lost and Living (in) Archives Collectively Shaping New Memories Annet Dekker (ed.) An archive is a collection of documents and records that is preserved for historical purposes. As such, an archive is considered a site of the past, a place that contains traces of a collective memory of a nation, a people or a group. Digital archives have changed from stable entities into flexible systems, referred to with the term ‘Living Archives’. But in which ways has this change affected our relationship to the past, present and future? Will the erased, forgotten and neglected be redeemed, and new memories be allowed? Will the fictional versus factual mode of archiving offer the democracy that the public domain implies, or is it another way for public instruments of power to operate? Lost and Living (in) Archives shows that an archive is not simply a recording, a reflection, or an image of an event, but that it shapes the event itself and thus influences both present and past.

ISBN 978-94-92095-26-8

€ 19,90

Contributors

Babak Afrassiabi, Tina Bastajian, Dušan Barok, Nanna Bonde Thylstrup, Özge Çelikaslan, Annet Dekker, Olia Lialina, Manu Luksch, Nicolas Malevé, Aymeric Mansoux, Michael Murtaugh, Josien Pieterse, Ellef Prestsæter, Robert Sakrowski, Stef Scagliola,

ISBN 978-94-92095-26-8

Katrina Sluis, Femke Snelting, Igor Štromajer, Nasrin Tabatabai Support

Creative Industries Fund NL Piet Zwart Institute: Media Designw Info

9 789492 095268

288 pages, 22 x 17 cm (h x w)


Art Society Urbanism Design

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2 ISBN 978-90-78088-91-2 Francesca Miazzo, Tris Kee (eds.) with Cities 3 ISBN 978-94-92095-27-5 Husni-Bey, Alampi, Choi, Maier-Rothe, Martínez (eds.) with Casco e.a.

€ 22,50

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1 ISBN 978-94-92095-12-1 Aikens, Lange, Seijdel, Ten Thije (eds.); with L‘Internationale / Van Abbemuseum

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4 ISBN 978-90-78088-63-9 Francesca Miazzo, Marc Minkjan (eds.) with Cities 5 ISBN 978-94-92095-13-8 Frits Gierstberg, Katrin Pietsch with Nederlands Fotomuseum 6 ISBN 978-94-92095-05-3 Simon Franke, Jeroen Niemans, Frank Soeterbroek (eds.)

€ 19,50

7 ISBN 978-94-92095-01-5 Ana Paula Pais, Carolyn Strauss (eds.) with Slow Research Lab 8 ISBN 978-94-92095-31-2 Francesca Miazzo (ed.) with Cities 9 ISBN 978-94-92095-19-0 Marjanne van Helvert (ed.)

10 ISBN 978-94-92095-14-5 Maria Hlavajova, Tom Holert (eds.) with BAK 11 ISBN 978-90-78088-73-8 Ank Leeuw Marcar with Werkplaats Typografie 12 Frederike Huygen, Jaap van Triest, Karel Martens NED: ISBN 978-90-78088-69-1 ENG: ISBN 978-90-78088-70-7


Antennae / Arts in Society— New!

Keywords

The Art of Civil Action Political Space and Cultural Dissent Philipp Dietachmair, Pascal Gielen (eds.)

Arts in Society Civil Domain Cultural Dynamics

Civil society around the world increasingly deals with global questions and starts to assume transnational forms of organization. The arts can play a key role in addressing public and political problems, with their ability to project alternative realities and communicate ideas. Looking at different artistic platforms, activist groups and new forms of citizen initiatives, this book asks how cultural and art initiatives can question and strengthen the civil domain; how their approaches put the ‘art’ of civil action into practice? Which strategies and forms of organization can such initiatives use in order to sustain their activities and increase their local influence and global significance? Social scientists, cultural theorists, activists and artists explore how arts and culture can offer the building blocks for a locally rooted civil society in a globally connected context.

Contributors

€ 19,90 The Art of Civil Action Cover coming soon!

ISBN 978-94-92095-39-8

9 789492 095398

Partners

Andrew Barnett, LLorenç Bonet, llya Budraitskis, Giuliana Ciancio, 12 Philipp Dietachmair, Milena Dragicevic, Pascal Gielen, Max Haiven, Stefan Kaegi, Ivan Krastev, Thijs Lijster, Tomislav Medak, Borka Pavićević, Yudhishthir Raj Isar, Werner Schiffauer, Igor Stokfiszewski, Hakan Topal; Illustrations by Dan Perjovschi

Events Autumn / Winter 2017 8 September – 14 October 2017 Exhibition Rafaël Rozendaal Gallery Postmasters, New York www.postmastersart.nl 8 September 2017 Architecture Night Book Fair and Opening of Architecture Festival Vlaams Architectuurcentrum, deSingel Antwerp www.vai.be 8 – 10 September 2017 WIELS Art Book Fair, Brussels (BE) www.wiels.org 9 September – 8 October 2017 Exhibition (T)HUIS | (AT) HOME with Marjan Teeuwen Nouvelles Images, The Hague (NL) www.nouvellesimages.nl 11 – 15 September 2017 ‘Making Public Domain’ ARIA Summer School 2017 Middelheim Museum, Antwerp (BE) www.makingpublicdomain.be 21 – 24 September 2017 New York Art Book Fair 2017 MoMA PS1, New York (US) www.nyartbookfair.com 23 September 2017 Programme (T)HUIS | (AT) HOME / Marjan Teeuwen with Ernst van Alphen, Hamid El Kanbouh, Wim van Sinderen, Marjan Teeuwen Nouvelles Images, The Hague (NL) nouvellesimages.nl 29 September 2017 Presentation Being Public with Jeroen Boomgaard, Rogier Brom and Margriet Schavemaker Stedelijk Book Club, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam (NL) www.stedelijk.nl 29 September 2017 Presentation Marjan Teeuwen: Destroyed House with Maarten Doorman & Marjan Teeuwen Stedelijk Book Club, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam (NL); www.stedelijk.nl

ISBN 978-94-9209539-8

European Cultural Foundation, www.culturalfoundation.eu ARIA/Antwerp Research Institute for the Arts, www.uantwerpen.be/aria Culture Commons Quest Office, www.ccqo.eu

Info ca. 288 pp., Eng, November 2017

October 2017 Presentation Authenticity? with Barbara Cueto, Bas Hendrikx and others San Serriffe, Amsterdam (NL) www.san-serriffe.com 3 October 2017 Presentation Urban Challenges, Resilient Solutions Pakhuis de Zwijger, Amsterdam (NL) www.dezwijger.nl 7 October 2017 Presentation Rafaël Rozendaal, Everything, Always, Everywhere Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam (NL) www.upstreamgallery.nl 7 – 8 October 2017 Presentation Slow Reader with Paula Pais at EDIT, Lisboa (PT) www.stet-livros-fotografias.com 11 – 15 October 2017 Frankfurter Buchmesse Messe Frankfurt (DE) www.buchmesse.de 9 – 12 November 2017 Offprint Paris 2017 Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris (FR) www.offprint.org 14 – 15 November ‘Between creativity and criminality’ INTEGRATED international art & design conference; with Pascal Gielen deSingel, Antwerp (BE) www.integratedconf.org 10 December 2017 Beurs voor Bijzondere Uitgevers Paradiso, Amsterdam (NL) www.paradiso.nl Fall/Winter 2017 (date to be confirmed) Perform_Read Immersive programme, Slow Reader In collaboration with Slow Research Lab, San Serriffe Art Book Shop, De Appel Arts Centre, Project Space Rozenstraat, Amsterdam (NL)

Distribution NL/BE/LU Coen Sligting, www.coensligtingbookimport.nl Centraal Boekhuis, www.centraal.boekhuis.nl GB/IE Anagram Books, www.anagrambooks.com Adeline Mannarini, Oliver Griffin USA/CA/Latin America D.A.P., www.artbook.com Europe/Asia/Australia Idea Books, www.ideabooks.nl Representatives or distribution partners Idea Books • Australia and New Zealand: Perimeter Distribution, Justine Ellis & Dan Rule, www.perimeterbooks.com • C hina and Hong Kong: Edwin Chu, www.cps-hk.com • France, Switzerland and Walloon Belgium: Sébastien Richard, www.macadam-diffusion.fr • Germany and Austria: consult Idea Books • Japan and Asia: Julie Onishi, voice@ sings.jp • Scandinavia: Anna Eriksson, anna.eriksson26@gmail.com • Southern Europe: Bookport Associates, bookport@ bookport.it Individual orders www.valiz.nl, info@valiz.nl Colophon Design folder: Andrea Karch, Berlin / Amsterdam, andreakarch.com Design logo: Joseph Plateau, Amsterdam Typeface: Berthold Akzidenz Grotesk &  Akzidenz Grotesk Extended Paper: Munken Polar 80 g/m2 Printing: Bariet Ten Brink, Meppel © Valiz, Amsterdam / Trancity, Haarlem, artists, authors, designers, 2017 All rights reserved. All contents and prices can be subject to change! For more upcoming events: stay tuned! www.valiz.nl facebook.com/valizbooks instagram.com/valiz_books_projects


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Antennae


Urban Change—New!

Keywords

Urban Renewal Bottom-up Self-organization Urban Future

Make your City Eva de Klerk The City as a Hull

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In cities driven by economic gain, there is not much room for those who do not rightly fit within established structures. And even if they are given a spot, they are obliged to vacate it as soon as more profitable activities present themselves. The history of the NDSM shipyard in Amsterdam demonstrates the power of self-development and of self-organization. The city as a ‘hull’ is a development strategy that regards the city as a place for production and not as a place for consumption only; a strategy that applies an alternative exploitation model for buildings by organizing the creative and financial 14 power of the users; a strategy that makes it possible for a group to have joined ownership of a site, thereby gaining authority and continuity. Eva de Klerk is one of the initiators of the redevelopment of the NDSM shipyard. This is her personal story about organizational processes, ups and downs, and the complex relationship with authorities. However, it is first and foremost a guide to self-development in the city.

De stad als casco

NDSM Shipyard, Amsterdam

Photos: Ronald Tilleman

ISBN 978-94-92095-41-1

€ 22,50

ISBN 978-94-92095-41-1

9 789492 095411

With/I.s.m. Carolien Feldbrugge, Joost Zonneveld Support

Creative Industries Fund NL, Van Eesteren-Fluck & Van Lohuizen Stichting, Bouwfonds Cultuurfonds

Info

ca. 320 pages, 24 x 17 cm (h x w), Eng/Ned (bi-lingual/tweetalig), November 2017 Design

Coma

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De geschiedenis van de NDSM scheepsbouwloods in Amsterdam toont de kracht van gebruikers bij zelfontwikkeling van een stedelijk gebied; van het zelf organiseren, zelf financieren, tot zelf in eigendom nemen. Eva de Klerk is een van de initiatiefnemers van de herontwikkeling van de NDSM scheepsbouwloods. Haar persoonlijk gekleurde verslag biedt een fascinerend verhaal over organisatieprocessen, financieringsperikelen, de ideale grootte van de ontwikkelingsgroep en de ingewikkelde relatie met de overheid. Maar het is bovenal een gids voor zelforganisatie in de stad.


previously announced— urban change!

Keywords

Toolkit Urban Future

Urban Challenges, Resilient Solutions Design Thinking for the Future of Urban Regions

The future of humanity is urban. We are facing major problems such as climate change, social inequality, large-scale migration, and resource depletion. Cities (and those who ‘make’ the city) play an important role in addressing these problems. In Urban Challenges, Resilient Solutions the ‘Future Urban Regions Lectorate’ 15 offers designers, their commissioners and (local) governments new models and ideas to deal with healthy urban development. Illustrated by more than fifty case studies and global examples, this book offers a toolkit for those interested in implementing research by design and healthy urban regions.

Stedelijke vraagstukken, veerkrachtige oplossingen Ontwerpend onderzoek voor de toekomst van stedelijke regio’s De grote uitdagingen van de toekomst liggen in de stad, of de stedelijke regio. We staan voor problemen als opwarming van de aarde, sociale ongelijkheid, wereldwijde migratie en grondstoffenschaarste. In Stedelijke vraagstukken, veerkrachtige oplossingen bieden de onderzoekers van het lectoraat Future Urban Regions nieuwe modellen en ideeën over hoe een gezonde, toekomstbestendige stedelijke ontwikkeling gerealiseerd kan worden. Ondersteund door meer dan vijftig casestudies en voorbeelden uit de hele wereld, biedt dit boek een toolkit aan diegenen die geïnteresseerd zijn in het implementeren van ontwerpend onderzoek in hun praktijk.

ENG ISBN 978-94-9209533-6

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NL ISBN 978-94-9209532-9

Sandra van Assen, Tijs van den Boomen, Marco Broekman, Guido van Eyck, Eric Frijters, Marieke Kums, Willemijn Lofvers, Saskia Naafs, Thijs van Spaandonk, Ady Steketee, Franz Ziegler; With Lectorate Future Urban Regions and the Academies of Architecture in Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Groningen, Arnhem, Tilburg and Maastricht Support

Creative Industries Fund NL Van Eesteren-Fluck & Van Lohuizen Foundation

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320 pages, 23 x 17 cm (h x w), separate English and Dutch version October 2017 Design

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