Cady Noland

Published by Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt, 2018, 32 pages (colour & b/w ill.), 10.5 × 22 cm, English/German

Price: €5

Booklet produced on the occasion of Cady Noland at the Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt, 27 October 2018 – 31 March 2019

“During the 1990s, Cady Noland earned a reputation for making sculptural assemblages that toy with iconic symbols of Americana. Her CV lists numerous prestigious exhibitions – the 1991 Whitney Biennial and documenta IX among them – but in 2001, Noland withdrew from public life. Although she rarely shows new work, her name often appears in the context of auction houses. She has made headlines for her work’s record-setting prices, but more often, she has hit the news owing to litigation. Indeed, Noland’s numerous attempts to prevent the sale of her works, arguing they are too damaged, has been interpreted by some as an attempt to destroy her own market. The fact that the artist’s first exhibition in nearly a decade is appearing outside America at the Museum für Moderne Kunst (MMK) in Frankfurt is the latest chapter in a career that seems to rebuke the art world’s conventions at every step.” White Review, 2019

You can find a pdf of the booklet in German or English here and here.

#2018 #cadynoland #ephemera
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
Tell Them I Said No Martin Herbert

Published by Sternberg Press, Berlin, 2016, 128 pages (b/w ill.), 12.8 × 19.7 cm, English

Price: €18 (Temporarily out of stock)

This collection of essays by Martin Herbert considers various artists who have withdrawn from the art world or adopted an antagonistic position toward its mechanisms. A large part of the artist’s role in today’s professionalized art system is being present. Providing a counterargument to this concept of self-marketing, Herbert examines the nature of retreat, whether in protest, as a deliberate conceptual act, or out of necessity. By illuminating these motives, Tell Them I Said No offers a unique perspective on where and how the needs of the artist and the needs of the art world diverge. Essays on Lutz Bacher, Stanley Brouwn, Christopher D’Arcangelo, Trisha Donnelly, David Hammons, Agnes Martin, Cady Noland, Laurie Parsons, Charlotte Posenenske, and Albert York.

#2016 #agnesmartin #cadynoland #charlotteposenenske #christopherd’arcangelo #davidhammons #laurieparsons #lutzbacher #martinherbert #stanleybrouwn #sternbergpress #trishadonnelly