Arrivals Haegue Yang

Published by Kunsthaus Bregenz, Bregenz, 2011, 362 pages (colour & b/w ill.), 18 × 23 cm, English / German

Price: €34

Produced on the occasion of Haegue Yang: Arrivals at Kunsthaus Bregenz January 22 – April 3, 2011. This publication is the third in a series of catalogues raisonnée assembled by Kunsthaus Bregenz: compiled by Katharinea Schwerendt, this catalogue comprehensively covers the work of Haegue Yang. With texts from Marina Vishmidt, Anders Kreuger and Yilmaz Dziewior. Designed by Yvonne Quirmbach

#2011 #haegueyang #kunsthausbregenz #marinavishmidt #yilmazdziewior #yvonnequirmbach
Not Working Reader Maurin Dietrich & Gloria Hasnay (Eds.)

Published by Kunstverein München, München and Archive Books, Berlin, 2020, 184 pages (b/w ill.), 16.2 × 23.4 cm, German / English

Price: €15

Produced on the occasion of the exhibition Not Working, Artistic production and matters of class at Kunstverein München September 12 – November 22, 2020.

Not Working brings together the contributions by artists, theorists and writers who in their work examine the interdependence of artistic production and social class. The complex structures and substantial rise in social inequalities, particularly visible in light of the current pandemic, have given the concept of class a wide range of connotations. Despite the ongoing attempts to view contemporary art in the sense of “class homogeneity”; it remains complicit in the reproduction and masking of existing conditions which it often claims to overcome. The texts in this book form a ground were class can be mediated with respect to artistic practices and other structures in the art world.

With contributions by Annette Wehrmann, Dung Tien Thi Phuong, Josef Kramhöller, Laura Ziegler and Stephan Janitzky, Leander Scholz, Lise Soskolne, Mahan Moalemi, Marina Vishmidt and Melanie Gilligan, and Steven Warwick.

More information on the exhibition can be found here.

#2020 #archivebooks #gloriahasnay #kunstvereinmünchen #marinavishmidt #maurindietrich #melaniegilligan
Politics of Study Sidsel Meineche Hansen & Tom Vandeputte (Eds.)

Published by Open Editions, London, 2016, 128 pages, 16 × 21 cm, English

Price: €24

Universities and art schools alike have been subjected to the pressure of recent austerity politics and the ongoing attempt to transform higher education according to the demands of reigning neoliberals. In this context, it is urgent to conceive of alternative frameworks and methodologies of study – whether within, outside or at the margins of academic institutions. This book examines the current interest in education through a series of conversations with artists, theorists, activists and educators, including Suhail Malik, Brian Holmes, Ruth Sonderegger, Gerald Raunig, Judy Chicago, Gal Kirn, Mohammad Salemy, Melissa Gordon, Marina Vishmidt and Andrea Fraser.

#2016 #andreafraser #judychicago #marinavishmidt #openeditions #suhailmalik
A Divided Reader – What the Fire Sees

Published by Divided Publishing, Brussels/London, 2020, 232 pages, 13.9 × 21.6 cm, English

Price: €14.50

A collection of anti-capitalist poetry, philosophy, cultural analysis, legal studies, manifesto and critique spanning 1996 to the present by Alenka Zupančič, Alexander Kluge, Amy Ireland, Anne Boyer, Aurelia Guo, Bini Adamczak, Carolyn Lazard, Chi Chi Shi, Denis Ekpo, Feminist Judgments Project, Gili Tal, Houria Bouteldja, Huw Lemmey, Keziah Craven, Marina Vishmidt, Nat Raha, Sarah Lamble, Teflon and Vanessa Place.

#2020 #alexanderkluge #anneboyer #aureliaguo #biniadamczak #carolynlazard #dividedpublishing #gilital #marinavishmidt
Job Interviews Chris Evans (Ed.)

Published by Uh Books, Brussels, 2017, 60 pages (colour & b/w ill.), 13.6 × 27.8 cm, English

Price: €22

Edited and illustrated by Chris Evans, and co-published with Para Site, Hong Kong.

“The ritual of the job interview can be considered as a courtship that’s conditioned by protocols that ask for a quite particular display: with social relations as material, a dance of conformity, the attempted imagining and echoing of expectations.”

This anthology of commissioned writing includes contributions by Nadim Abbas, Howie Chen, Heman Chong, Matthew Dickman, Jason Dodge, Angie Keefer, Holly Pester, Natasha Soobramanien, Marina Vishmidt, and Jonas Žakaitis. Designed by Will Holder.

#2017 #angiekeefer #chrisevans #hemanchong #jasondodge #jonasžakaitis #marinavishmidt #matthewdickman #natashasoobramanien #uhbooks #willholder
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 (Out of stock)

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