Haim Steinbach appear to use GUIDE TO WORKS

Published by Tanya Bonakdar, Los Angeles, 2019, 20 pages (colour & b/w ill.), 14 × 21.5 cm, English

Price: €11

Produced on the occasion of Haim Steinbach’s exhibition appear to use at Tanya Bonakdar, Los Angeles, March 16–May 18, 2019. With texts by Bruce Hainley, Akiva Lasry, John Miller, Elizabeth Lebovici and Haim Steinbach

#2019 #brucehainley #elisabethlebovici #haimsteinbach
Picpus Issue No. 21

Published by Picpus Press, London, 2019, folded poster, (colour & b/w ill.), 10.5 × 15 cm (folded) 42 × 60 cm (unfolded), English

Price: €0.00

An A6 arts quarterly, distributed free in book shops and art galleries globally.

Cover – Camille Paglia photographed by Heji Shin
Hell Ain’t a Bad Place to be by Charles Asprey
Camille Paglia On Alcohol and the National Minimum Drinking Age Act
Camille Paglia On Kenneth Clark’s The Nude (1956)
Daniel Pflumm: Hallo TV
The Figures of Ain Ghazal
Sacha Craddock on Alberto Savinio
Arabic Typography – Lara Assouad’s Alphabet
Alfred Kubin at The Lenbachhaus, Munich
Cady Noland: An everyday hardware of brutality – As told by Kirsty Bell
Picpus flea logo: Christian Flamm

#2019 #cadynoland #camillepaglia #danielpflumm #hejishin #kirstybell #picpuspress
All Men Become Sisters Joanna Sokołowska (Ed.)

Published by Sternberg Press, Berlin, 2019, 212 pages (colour & b/w ill.), 20 × 25 cm, English

Price: €23

This book is both a record and a theoretical expansion of the exhibition “All Men Become Sisters” at the Muzeum Sztuki in Łódź. Dedicated to the manifestation of sisterhood in art from the 1970s until today, the exhibition and the publication focus on art that resonated with feminist perspectives on work, production, and reproduction. “Sisterhood” is a key concept and an impulse to work with imagination; built on the foundations of second-wave criticism of the patriarchal exploitation of women, it poses questions about the future from the perspective of feminist economics and ethics of care.

The exhibition included the following artists: Berwick Street Film Collective, Pauline Boudry/Renate Lorenz, Sarah Browne, Agnieszka Brzeżańska, Jan Czapliński, Ines Doujak in cooperation with John Barker, Köken Ergun, Hackney Flashers, Krystyna Gryczełowska, Margaret Harrison, Elżbieta Jabłońska, Birgit Jürgenssen, Irena Kamieńska, Ola Kozioł/Suavas Levy, Nalini Malani, Marge Monko, Şükran Moral, Teresa Murak, Letícia Parente, Agnieszka Piksa, Marcin Polak, Aleksandra Polisiewicz, Raqs Media Collective, R.E.P., Alicja Rogalska, Daniel Rumiancew, Jadwiga Sawicka, Allan Sekula, Jo Spence, Rosemarie Trockel, Agnès Varda, Mona Vǎtǎmanu/Florin Tudor, Zorka Wollny

Copublished with Muzeum Sztuki, Łódź. Designed by Monika Zawadzki, Olo Jean-Claude Zawadzki

#2019 #agnèsvarda #allansekula #margaretharrison #marinavishmidt #raqsmediacollective #rosemarietrockel #sternbergpress #teresamurak
I can’t nail the days down Kate Newby

Published by Sternberg Press, Berlin, 2019, 140 pages (colour & b/w ill.), clothbound hardcover, 18.5 × 26.5 cm, English

Price: €24

Produced on the occasion of Kate Newby’s exhibition I can’t nail the days down at the Kunsthalle Wien, 16/5/18 – 2/9/18.

Kate Newby’s works are poetic confrontations with spatial conditions and the fleeting nature of interactions. Through small as well as radical interventions into existing environments, she directs our view to what is often overlooked in everyday life. The objects she creates are testimonials to individual experiences, with the specific context of creation remaining inseparably linked to the resulting work.

For the exhibition at Kunsthalle Wien Karlsplatz, Newby continues her ongoing engagement with ephemeral and often peripheral situations. Therefore she created a large-scale work installed on the floor in the Karlsplatz building, using bricks as artistic material. For this work, the artist modified unfired bricks and inserted found elements: shattered glass fragments left behind as a result of people spending time outdoors in the Karlsplatz area, and bits of clay collected when the subway was constructed.

Introduction by Nicolaus Schafhausen and texts by Juliane Bischoff, Christina Barton and Chris Kraus.

#2019 #chriskraus #katenewby #kunsthallewien #nicolausschafhausen #sternbergpress
Female Orgasm: A codex of sorts, after Ursula K Le Guin Emily Floyd

Published by Negative Press, Melbourne, 2019, concertina (colour & b/w ill.), 29.5 × 16.3 cm (closed), 29.5 × 130.4 cm (open), edition of 30, English

Price: €1255

Female Orgasm: A codex of sorts, after Ursula K Le Guin is a hand screen-printed artists’ book by Emily Floyd produced in collaboration with Experimental Jetset, Amsterdam, published and printed by Negative Press, Melbourne, with text supplement by Anneke Jaspers. A typographic response to Le Guin’s Kesh word BANHE, meaning “acceptance, inclusion, insight, understanding; female orgasm. To include; to comprehend; to have orgasm (female).” The project belongs to a body of works that retrieve Le Guin’s language from an indefinitely deferred future, activating its revolutionary desire in the present. Available from April 20.

#2019 #emilyfloyd #experimentaljetset #negativepress #ursulaleguin
Bill 2 Julie Peeters (editor)

Published by Roma Publications, Amsterdam, 2019, 184 pages (colour & b/w ill.), 23 × 31 cm, English

Price: €22

Bill 2 is the second issue of an annual magazine of photographic stories, edited and designed by Julie Peeters. Twelve contributors present new or previously unpublished work. Bill prioritizes visual reading without distraction, the images that appear in the magazine are printed without any accompanying text. Contributors to the second issue are: Gintaras Didziapetris, Jason Dodge, Archiv Hans Hollein, Inge Ketelers, Tadashi Kurahashi by Tadanori Yokoo – Tadanori Yokoo by Tadashi Kurahashi, Jochen Lempert, Raimundas Malasauskas, Bart Julius Peters / T L P S, Reto Schmid, Megan Francis Sullivan, Linda van Deursen, Ann Woo, and Jiajia Zhang.

#2019 #bartjuliuspeters #bill #gintarasdidziapetris #ingeketelers #jasondodge #jochenlempert #juliepeeters #lindavandeursen #meganrrancissullivan #photography #raimundasmalasauskas #romapublications