Ein Magazin über Orte 5

Ein Magazin über Orte 5, Crime Scene

Ein Magazin über Orte 5, Crime Scene
Softcover, 84 pp., offset 4/1, 210 x 270 mm
Edition of 1000
ISSN 1866-2331
Published by Ein Magazin über Orte

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Ein Magazin über Orte (A magazine about places) is published twice a year. It deals with a different location in every issue. The magazine collects works of various authors in the form of photographs, drawings and texts.

Ein Magazin über Orte 4

Ein Magazin über Orte 4

Ein Magazin über Orte 4, Desk
Softcover, 80 pp., offset 4/1, 210 x 270 mm
Edition of 1000
ISSN 1866-2331
Published by Ein Magazin über Orte

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Ein Magazin über Orte (A magazine about places) is published twice a year. It deals with a different location in every issue. The magazine collects works of various authors in the form of photographs, drawings and texts.

Issue c like corduroy

der:die:das:, Issue c like corduroy

der:die:das:, Issue c like corduroy
Softcover, 96 pp., offset 4/4, 200 x 270 mm
English and German
Edition of 1000
ISSN 1663-2508
Published by der:die:das:

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Some words on, and images of, corduroy.

C Magazine 106

C Magazine 106

C Magazine 106, The Supernatural
Softcover, 64 pp., offset 4/1, 210 x 295 mm
Edition of 2000
ISSN 1480-5472
Published by C Magazine

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Issue 106 includes feature articles by Jennifer Fisher on psychometry, Lynn Crosbie on Michael Jackson, and Louis Kaplan on Nate Larson’s photographic miracles; David Lillington interviews Paulette Phillips, and Leah Modigliani interviews The Center for Tactical Magic; book and exhibition reviews from Antwerp, Chicago, Toronto, Edmonton, Victoria, Charlottetown, Stratford Ontario, McIvers Newfoundland and Ridgefield Connecticut, with a special section covering Vancouver during the 2010 Winter Olympics; artist project by Scott Treleaven, accompanied by an essay by Elijah Burgher.

Benzanoe 63

Benzanoe 63

Benzanoe 63
Newspaper, 12 pp., web offset 1/1, 12.5 x 18 inches
Edition of 100
Published by Benzanoe

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(Dreams) do not exist in the moment. (They) yearn for a future.

“Harnessing the spirit of the dawn, and with heads full of utopian dreams, we go in search of Benzanoe*. Forever correcting our course, with no accordance with commission or compromise. Ignoring the lag between memory and vision, we continue. Though we may never find it, imagine what we will create along the way.”

—Walter Leachman (1914)

Iranian Tales

Olaf Knarvik, Iranian Tales

Olaf Knarvik, Iranian Tales
Softcover, 16 pp., offset 4/1, 150 x 210 mm
Edition of 500
Published by Aki Books

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Aki Book No. 3

Men ikke si det til noen (But don’t tell anyone)

Morten Spaberg, Men ikke si det til noen (But don't tell anyone)

Morten Spaberg, Men ikke si det til noen (But don’t tell anyone)
Softcover, 20 pp., offset 1/1, 150 x 210 mm
Edition of 500
Published by Aki Books

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Aki Book No. 2

Summer of 66

Aslak Gurholt Rønsen, Summer of 66

Aslak Gurholt Rønsen, Summer of 66
Softcover, 12 pp., offset 1/1, 150 x 210 mm
Edition of 500
Published by Aki Books

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Aki Book No. 1

Aki Books Poster

Morten Spaberg, Aki Books Poster
Morten Spaberg, Aki Books Poster, offset poster, 500 × 700 mm (above: folded, 250 x 350 mm)

Morten Spaberg, Aki Books Poster
Poster, offset 1/0, 500 x 700 mm
Edition of 500
Published by Aki Books

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Aki Poster No. 1

Utopics: Systems and Landmarks

Simon Lamunière, Utopics: Systems and Landmarks

Simon Lamunière, Utopics: Systems and Landmarks
Hardcover, 160 pp., offset 4/4, 160 x 220 mm
Edition of 2000
ISBN 978-3-03764-056-2
Published by JRP|Ringier

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This publication examines the spaces, nations, and communities created by artists or indivuals to develop alternative modes of living. Throughout history individuals have continuously developed systems based on a mix of reality, fiction, and mediatization, create micro-nations, or fight for their existence. All these proposals are simultaneously real and utopic. By inventing identity signs (IDs, flags, constitutions, currencies, etc.), by practicing their beliefs (be it through dance, naturism, terrorism, or collectivism), and by working on the boundaries of reality (parallel worlds, isolationism, new territories, etc.), these proposals are challenging our definitions of normalcy and territoriality. The title Utopics is itself the free contraction of utopias, you, topic, topos, and pics.

Conceived as a glossary, the book includes artists such as Le Bélier, Carsten Höller, Clemens von Wedemeyer, Fabrice Gygi, General Idea, Lang/Baumann, Matt Mullican, Mai-Thu Perret, NSK (Irwin), Peter Coffin, Steiner & Lenzlinger, Superflex, as well as intitiatives such as La République Géniale (Robert Filliou), State of Sabotage (Robert Jelinek), micro-nations, L’Ecole de Stéphanie, etc.

Words Without Pictures

Alex Klein, Words Without Pictures

Alex Klein, Words Without Pictures
Softcover, 510 pp., offset 1/1, 5.75 x 8.25 inches
Edition of 2000
ISBN 978-1-5971114-2-3
Published by Aperture/LACMA

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Words Without Pictures was originally conceived by curator Charlotte Cotton and artist Alex Klein as a means of creating spaces for discourse around current issues in photography. Every month for a year, beginning in November 2007, an artist, educator, critic or curator was invited to contribute a short unillustrated essay about an aspect of emerging photography. Each piece was available on the Words Without Pictures website for one month and was accompanied by a discussion forum focused on its specific topic. Over the course of its month-long “life,” each essay received both invited and unsolicited responses from a wide range of interested parties. All of these essays, responses and other provocations are gathered together here. Previously issued as a print-on-demand title, we are pleased to present Words Without Pictures to the trade for the first time as part of the Aperture Ideas series.

Hans Ulrich Obrist and Hans-Peter Feldmann, Interview

Hans Ulrich Obrist and Hans-Peter Feldmann, Interview

Hans Ulrich Obrist and Hans-Peter Feldmann, Interview
Softcover, 130 pp., offset 4/1, 165 x 220 mm
English and German
Edition of 2000
ISBN 978-3-86560-660-0
Published by Walther König

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Hans Ulrich Obrist and Hans-Peter Feldmann, who have known each other for around 20 years, talked about the possibility of an interview for quite some time. They finally decided that Obrist pose the questions in writing, and Feldmann answer each of them with a picture.

fillip 11

fillip 11

fillip 11
Softcover, 120 pp., offset 4/1, 170 x 245 mm
Edition of 2000
ISSN 1715-3212
Published by Fillip

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Inaugurating a new, bound format that remains true to its broadsheet roots, Fillip’s Spring 2010 issue features Lawrence Rinder on painting and politics, Keith Bormuth on Jean-Luc Godard’s 2 ou 3 choses que je sais d’elle, and Berlin-based artist Haris Epaminonda in conversation with Danish curator Jacob Fabricius. Other long form reviews and essays are provided by Liz Park, Renato Rodrigues da Silva, and Arni Haraldsson, amongst others.

The issue also features Dear Silvia…July 2009, an artist pamphlet by Silvia Kolbowski that compliments the artist’s audio work of the same name commissioned by Fillip for the Living Clay Art Writing Readings series at Whitechapel, London, last Fall:

Silvia Kolbowski, Dear Silvia…July 2009
Softcover, 16 pp., offset 3/3, 120 x 180 mm
Edition of 2300
ISBN 978-0-9738133-8-8
Published by Fillip