DURCH 12 Maxine Kopsa (Ed.)

Published by Grazer Kunstverein, Graz 2014, 108 pages (colour & b/w ill.), 16.5 × 24 cm, English/German

Price: €15

Josef Bauer, Körpergalerie,1974
Dear Trisha Brown – A letter from Robert Wilhite
Dear Mr Christopher Williams – A letter from Robert Wilhite
Nina Beier – In tribute to time spent walking with Will (2013)
Will Holder – Caption card (2014)
Democracy is Empty, A conversation between Doug Ashford and Mierle Laderman Ukeles, originally published in Documents, no.10, Fall 1997, pp. 23-30
Lucky Dime, for Seth Siegelaub by Willem Oorebeek
Thoughts on control by Raivo Puusemp
Jan Mot and Germaine Kruip in discussion about Ian Wilson
A letter to Céline Condorelli by Tyler Coburn
A conversation between Eva Berendes and Doug Ashford
A conversation between Lucy Skaer and Willem Oorebeek
Invited by Tirdad Zolghadr, Marina Noronha’s Curatorial Systems Manifesto (as a response to Mierle Laderman Ukeles)
Céline Condorelli, Three letters to all and no one – strangers, friends, collaborators, allies
Notes on a lunch meeting (with Willem Oorebeek) by Kate Strain
Sarah Browne, Remembering Gray, 2013 – In collaboration with Alice Lyons
Beatrice Gibson, A letter to Axel Wieder (and also implicity to Will Holder)
David Reinfurt and Stuart Bailey – A conversation
Victoria Dejaco – Lantern slides

Designed by Marc Hollenstein.

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I AM, AM I? Paul Thek

Published by Jan Mot, Brussels, 2019, 78 pages (b/w ill.), 14.7 × 20.6 cm, English

Price: €26 (Out of stock)

Published on the occasion of the exhibition, Paul Thek I AM, AM I? September 6 – October 26, 2019 at Jan Mot Brussels.

“Jan Mot presents a solo exhibition of Paul Thek (1933–1988), an American sculptor, painter, and installation artist who was influential in the New York art scene in the 1960s and moved between various European cities in the 1970s, spending quite some time in the Netherlands, where he had a solo exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum in 1969. His work was also part of the exhibition Chambre d’amis in 1986 in Ghent. The show at Jan Mot will be the first solo show in Belgium and will include a lesser known series of etchings and a newspaper drawing. The etchings and drawings punctuate a profoundly disparate practice and suggest a continued engagement with recurrent themes such as the Tower of Babel, Tarbaby, horns, etc. His work, often marked by fragile or ephemeral materials with regard to the personal, mystic, and spiritual, have been a source of widespread influence to other artists.” (Mousse Magazine)

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