Early Summer The End of Summer Late Autumn Daniel Gustav Cramer and Haris Epaminonda

Published by Mousse Publishing, Milan, 2014, 140 pages (colour ill.), hardcover, 28 x 21.5 cm, English

Price: €28 (out of stock)

Early Summer The End of Summer Late Autumn is a monographic book presenting the cumulative result of a three-partite project by Daniel Gustav Cramer and Haris Epaminonda. The two artists collaborated on a triptych of exhibitions that had as its starting point a series of observations and interpretations on the work of Japanese filmmaker Yasujiro Ozu. Late Autumn (Samsa, Berlin, 2010), The End of Summer (dOCUMENTA (13), Kassel, 2012) and Early Summer (Kunsthalle Lissabon, Lisbon, 2012) were intended as a single, larger project in which Ozu’s way of composing image and time was addressed and explored by the artists in an ongoing narrative that intersects all three exhibitions. This monograph, co-published with Kunsthalle Lissabon, thus not only constitutes the afterlife of their project, but also and above all, its conclusion. The book has become the only place in which the visual narrative conceived by the artists is made visible; through the book, space and time are finally aligned, thereby allowing readers to gain a more comprehensive insight into the project’s scope, which up until this point had only ever been partially understandable, as an inevitable result of the segmented nature of each individual exhibition.

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Thirty-Six Daniel Gustav Cramer

Published by The Green Box, Berlin, 2010, 84 pages (colour & b/w ill.), 28 x 20 cm, English

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The works of Daniel Gustav Cramer are based on accurate observations of ‘invisible’ moments that only reveal themselves at a second glance. In his photographs, text works and books, he depicts structured systems as well as personal experiences; large scale objects are next to the smallest ones, nothing is obvious. The work opens up in reflection.

Thirty-Six presents thirty-six works by Daniel Gustav Cramer in the restricted space of a book. It is an exhibition of Cramer’s works in its own right, that exceeds mere documentation and makes for multi-faceted new associations and moods.

Thirty-Six was published as part of the exhibitions Eight Works at Dortmunder Kunstverein, Germany and Six Works at the Return, Dublin, Ireland. The publication is a continuation of the recent exhibition series.

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01-72 Daniel Gustav Cramer

Published by Christophe Daviet-Thery, Paris and Samuel Leuenberger, 2014, two publications, 20 pages + 16 pages (colour ill.), each 29.5 × 21 cm, English

Price: €18 (Out of stock)

This two-part publication has been released in March 2014 on
the occasion of the exhibition 01-72 by Daniel Gustav Cramer
at SALTS, Basel. It consists of an artist’s book, giving more
insight into the project and a reader with texts from Quinn
Latimer, Kirsty Bell and an interview interview between Samuel Leuenberger and the artist. Designed by Ronnie Fueglister

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Untitled Daniel Gustav Cramer

Published by Daniel Gustav Cramer, Berlin, 2018, 12 pages, 13.5 × 20 cm

Price: €7 (Out of stock)
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Bird Daniel Gustav Cramer

Published by Christophe Daviet-Thery, Paris, 2013, 8 pages with insert, 25 x 18.5 cm, English

Price: €7 (Out of stock)

Published as part of the exhibition Seven Works at Christophe Daviet-Thery, Paris. Edition 500

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XVI Daniel Gustav Cramer

Published by Daniel Gustav Cramer, 2014, two publications, 24 pages & 4 pages, inlay, 27 x 19.5 cm, English

Price: €11

This publication was printed on the occasion of the exhibition
Vestibule, Merrion Square, Dublin, curated by Aoife Tunney.
The first publication portrays the park (Merrion Square), the
second one features the exhibition space.

“For the duration of the exhibition an iron sphere is buried in Merrion Square, Dublin”

Supported by Arts Council of Ireland, Dublin City Council
and The Goethe Institut Ireland
May 2014, Edition of 500

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