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In this new artist book, Gabriel Kuri presents a meticulous indexation and taxonomy of his collection of stolen wooden doorstops. Inspired equally by the canonical conceptual artist book, as well as the visual layout of product specifications in commercial catalogues.
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This catalog develops an in-depth examination of As You Go , the project devised by Anri Sala specifically for Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea in the form of an exhibition that also constitutes a single new work, extended over time and in the exhibition space, and capable of...
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A Public Apology to Siksika Nation is an artistic research project by AA Bronson towards Indigenous reconciliation. Bronson’s great-grandfather, the Rev. J. W. Tims, was the first Anglican missionary to arrive on the Siksika Nation. The project is ongoing, with active plans for further performances of the apology and exhibitions...
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This publication was published in conjunction with Daniel Steegmann Mangrané's exhibitions Ne voulais prendre ni forme, ni chair, ni matière at IAC - Institut d'art contemporain, Villeurbanne/Rhône-Alpes and A Leaf-Shaped Animal Draws The Hand at Pirelli HangarBicocca, Milan. It is the most complete monograph by the artist to date...
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The new publication by Karin Sander presents itself – like many of her monographs – with its own concept, its own logic, its own order on 224 pages. The sequence of the illustrations is based on the size of the works, from the smallest to the largest work, and in...
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David Claerbout ’s large-scale film projections are characterized by their extremely slow-motion image sequences that are created using computer-generated methods. Moving images freeze into still images. The themes of transience and stasis, and above all the majestic, unwavering nature of time, take on their own aesthetic in Claerbout’s visual language....
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This catalogue was published in conjunction with the exhibition Isa Melsheimer: Psychotropische Landschaften, April 16 – June 10, 2018 at Städtische Galerie, Delmenhorst.
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“This catalog accompanies the exhibition The City of Broken Windows at Castello di Rivoli, Turin (November 1, 2018 – June 30, 2019) and features previously unpublished essays by Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev and Marianna Vecellio, as well as by the feminist art historian Griselda Pollock. It also contains two new texts by...
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Cardboard case with two volumes: The Boat is Leaking. The Captain Lied. (exhibition catalogue) Kong’s Finest Hour. A Chronicle of Connections (novel)
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'The term 'Paranomia' has multiple meanings, one of them being that which exists alongside the normative. In this inquiry into the entangled aspects of science and contemporary art, Christoph Keller draws a compelling outline of how knowledge is derived in these respective fields. The present publication assembles a series of...
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The texts and images presented here are part of Blossom, a collaboration between the artist Thomas Demand and writer Ben Lerner. The images relate to a detail from a photograph of Katherine Russell, widow of Tamerlan Anzorovich Tsarnaev leaving her home in Boston, that first appeared in the New York...
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Liam Gillick's 2019 Half a Complex surveys his work and selected writing since 2008. The title suggests a deliberately unresolvable incompletion at the heart of his work. Distinct bodies of his abstract works are documented in depth, revealing a self-conscious commentary on the conditions of production and reception that...
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'The work of Angela Bulloch (*1966, Rainy River, Canada, currently based in Berlin) spans many media, manifesting her interest in systems, patterns and rules, as well as her preoccupation with the history of shapes and human interaction. Since 2014, a new series of sculptures have taken the logic of geometry...
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