Quick #10: Fabian Reimann. Fabian Reimann. ourpress publishing.

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Quick #10: Fabian Reimann. Fabian Reimann. ourpress publishing.

10th edition of Quick Magazine by Fabian Reimann.

Price: €7.00

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Quick Magazine @ Motto Berlin. 16.11.2013.

Posted in magazines, Motto Berlin event on November 11th, 2013
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Quick Magazine @ Motto Berlin. 16.11.2013.

A cordial invitation

ourpress publishing & MOTTO Distribution
Celebrate the 10th Quick Magazine and 3 years of Quick with an exhibition and book readings.

Samstag, 16.11.2013, 7 PM

Book reading schedule:

7.30 Fabian Reimann

8.00 Wofgang Plöger

8.30 Andreas Meyer reads Jonathan Monk


Herzlich Einladung

ourpress publishing & MOTTO Distribution
feiern das 10te Quick und 3 Jahre Quick Magazine mit Ausstellung und Lesung!

Samstag, 16.11.2013, 19 Uhr

Zeitplan der Lesungen:

19.30 Fabian Reimann

20.00 Wolfgang Plöger

20.30 Andreas Meyer liest Jonathan Monk

View all ten issues of Quick here.

Another Earth Catalog. Fabian Reimann

Posted in history, photography on December 24th, 2012
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Fabian Reimann uses the „Whole Earth Catalog“, first published in 1968 as a concise reference of tools for the improvement of the world and the self, as the starting point for the final issue of his own, visual-essay style Egozine „freeman’s journal“, now in its tenth year. His „Another Earth Catalog“, only interrupted once by a personal essay, consists of a continuous stream of images: reproductions of the Utopian visions of the late 1960s — including not only material published in the „Whole Earth Catalog“, but also of other visionary projects from the Cold War period and the dawn of Postmodernism. Fabian Reimann loosely maintains the five categories of the „Catalog“ (Understanding Whole Systems, Shelter and Land Use, Industry and Craft, Communications, Community, Nomadics and Learning) and connects the visions of the late 1960s with current images that show developments which can be traced back to the fantasies of these earlier times.

Author: Fabian Reimann
Publisher: Spector Books
Language: English
Pages: 192
Size: 15 x 10.5 cm
Binding: Softcover

Price: €12.00
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The Surveyor. Fabian Reimann. Spector Books.

Posted in Uncategorized on November 3rd, 2011
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The Surveyor. Fabian Reimann.

By the end of 1979, Sir Anthony Frederick Blunt was no longer Sir. The reason can be traced back to Cambridge where he was a student – and a member of a secret circle of men who were young and ardent advocates of Communism. Later they became known as the Cambridge Five. The first of them was exposed in 1951, the second one a year later. By this time, Blunt was professor of Art History and Adviser for the Queen’s Pictures and Drawings. He was in charge of managing the Royal Family’s collection of paintings. His focus was on French and Italian art, especially Poussin. In 1963, the third member of the Cambridge Five was uncovered. Like the others, he had sought refuge in Moscow. Blunt’s secret identity became known the year after, but it was not publicly revealed to avoid damage to the Queen. It took another 15 years for Margaret Thatcher to publicise it.

With Texts by Stephanie Tasch, Denise van de Beek and Jan Wenzel

Published by Spector Books
145 p.
Leipzig 2011

D 32€