Lexicon Of Infinite Movement Charlotte Posenenske

Published by Kröller Müller Museum, Otterlo, 2019, 32 pages (b/w ill.), 21 × 29.7 cm, English

Price: €4

Produced on the occasion of Lexicon of Infinite Movement, at the Kröller Müller Museum, 18 May 2019 – 15 September 2019, the first Dutch museum solo exhibition of Charlotte Posenenske.

The works of Charlotte Posenenske (Wiesbaden, 1930-Frankfurt am Main, 1985) consist of series in an unlimited edition. According to a number of rules, they can be made and repeated – also by others – and combined with each other. With her radical and ‘democratic’ ideas about material, production and authorship, Charlotte Posenenske influenced and shaped conceptual and minimalist art of the sixties.

Curated by Suzanne Wallinga and Eloise Sweetman and featuring the work of Ruth Buchanan (New Plymouth, 1980) and Yeb Wiersma (Groningen, 1973) in reaction to the work of Charlotte Posenenske.

Also available here as a PDF.

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I See That I See What You Don’t See

Published by Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam, 2019, 13 pages (b/w ill.), 14.7 × 29.7 cm, English / Italian

Price: €4

Produced on the occasion of I See That I See What You Don’t See, the official Dutch contribution to the XXII Triennale di Milano. March 1 – September 1, 2019. Designed by Rudy Guedj

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Vivian Suter

Published by Hatje Cantz, Berlin, 2019, 352 pages (colour & b/w ill.), 21 × 27 cm, English

Price: €47

More than thirty years ago the Swiss-Argentine artist Vivian Suter (*1949) moved to the rain forest in Panajachel, Guatemala, to live on a former coffee plantation. Since then she has worked on her impressive paintings in her wooden-hut studio, as well as outdoors. Her canvases lie on the sandy ground or hang in trees; dust, mud, leaves, mangos, and insects leave their traces on them. Her painting is influenced by organic processes and coincidence—even natural disasters are her material, when flood waters make their mark on canvases, becoming part of her large, colorful paintings. With texts by Adam Szymczyk, contributions by R. H. Quaytman, Moyra Davey, Hendrik Folkerts. Designed by Studio Manuel Raeder.

You can see Rosalind Nashashibi’s film Vivian’s Garden here.

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Cathy Wilkes

Published by the British Council, 2019, 52 pages (colour & b/w ill.), 25 × 21 cm, English / Italian

Price: €15

Catalogue produced on the occasion of Cathy Wilkes’ exhibition in the British pavillion at the 58th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia. Renowned for her distinctive and highly personal sculptural installations featuring humanoid figures that highlight the tender intimacy of everyday life, Wilkes’ exhibition features new paintings and sculptures that provoke a strong emotional response in viewers, set against the backdrop of the grand architecture of the British Pavilion. This catalogue presents a collection of 13 paintings produced for the exhibition. Designed by Yvonne Quirmbach.

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Exhibition pamphlet Cathy Wilkes

Published by the British Council, 2019, 12 pages (colour ill.), 21 × 14.7 cm, English / Italian

Price: €4

Booklet produced on the occasion of Cathy Wilkes’ exhibition in the British pavilion at the 58th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia. Renowned for her distinctive and highly personal sculptural installations featuring humanoid figures that highlight the tender intimacy of everyday life, Wilkes’ exhibition features new paintings and sculptures that provoke a strong emotional response in viewers, set against the backdrop of the grand architecture of the British Pavilion.

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Straying from the Line

Published by the Schinkel Pavillon, Berlin, 2019, unpaginated (colour & b/w ill.), 14.7 × 21 cm, German

Price: €12

Produced on the occasion of Straying from the Line at the Schinkel Pavillon from 13. April – 28. July 2019

Straying from the Line was dedicated to a fundamentally expanded perspective on the multiplicity of feminist tendencies in the art of the last 100 years. Instead of presenting a straight narrative of feminist art as a generation- and/or identity-specific style, the exhibition charted a network of multiple references, drawing connections between aesthetically and politically, geographically and historically heterogeneous perspectives.

Vito Acconci, Lynda Benglis, Dara Birnbaum, Jenna Bliss, Pauline Boudry & Renate Lorenz, Teresa Burga, Tom Burr, Claude Cahun, Ellen Cantor, Tony Cokes, Anna Daučíková, Cosey Fanni Tutti, Nicole Eisenman, Ellen Gallagher, Jef Geys, Guerilla Girls, Barbara Hammer, Eva Hesse, Irma Hünerfauth, Mike Kuchar, Maria Lassnig, Leigh Ledare, Alice Lex-Nerlinger, Klara Lidén, Lee Lozano, Sarah Lucas, Ulrike Müller, Gabriele Münter, Anna Oppermann, Charlotte Posenenske, Tim Rollins & K.O.S., Aura Rosenberg, Betye Saar, Heji Shin, Marianna Simnett, Jack Smith, Nancy Spero, Diamond Stingily, Sturtevant, Martine Syms, Rosemarie Trockel, Anna Uddenberg, Raphaela Vogel, Constantina Zavitzanos & Park McArthur

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