Barry Le Va, Kirsten Orted, Lawrence Weiner. Malmö Konsthall

Posted in Exhibition catalogue on February 28th, 2023
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Published on the occasion of the eponymous exhibition held at Malmö Konsthall in 1999. The exhibition was organized and conceived by Bera Nordal.

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Print Response. Christian Burnoski

Posted in Editions, Exhibitions, painting, video on December 20th, 2012
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Print Response is a series of prints that were altered by various artists whom Burnoski had approached by mail or in person.
In his request to the artists, Burnoski left it open to what could be done in response to the print, saying only that it could be as simple as they wished.

The artists include:
John Baldessari, Pierre Bismuth, Martin Boyce, Herbert Brandl, Angela Bulloch, Martin Creed, Richard Deacon, Jimmie Durham, Michael Elmgreen & Ingar Dragset, Valie Export, Peter Fischli, Ryan Gander, Joe Goode, Rodney Graham, Wade Guyton, Mary Heilmann, Isabell Heimerdinger, Carmen Herrera, Susan Hiller, Thomas Hirschhorn, Jenny Holzer, Joan Jonas, Jannis Kounellis, Louise Lawler, Paul McCarthy, Jonathan Monk, François Morellet, Olivier Mosset, Marcel Odenbach, Albert Oehlen, Roman Ondák, Tobias Rehberger, Allen Ruppersberg, Ed Ruscha, Anri Sala, Roman Signer, Nedko Solakov, Stephanie Taylor, Jeffrey Vallance, Kelley Walker, Lawrence Weiner, Christopher Williams & Johannes Bendzulla, Jack Youngerman, Heimo Zobernig

Print Response, 2012
by Christian Burnoski
Designed by Daria Holme

Special Edition of 50 + 10 AP includes a DVD titled “Put It Back Together – Tape It Together” 49 mins (A film of Paul McCarthy’s response being taped back together.)
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Liam Gillick & Lawrence Weiner. A Syntax of Dependency:. Mousse Publishing.

Posted in Exhibitions on December 26th, 2011
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Liam Gillick & Lawrence Weiner. A Syntax of Dependency:. Mousse Publishing.

This publication documents the monumental, collaborative work that Liam Gillick and Lawrence Weiner produced for the Antwerp museum of contemporary art MuHKA in the spring of 2011. Poignantly titled “A Syntax of Dependency:, the project could be viewed as the outcome of a twenty-year dialogue between the artists, their respective artistic practices and separate generations. This giant floor piece, consisting of an abstract linoleum pattern containing an array of phrases, took up the museum’s entire first floor – its site – and specifically meant that the end of the exhibition also entailed the work’s irreversible destruction. This photo novella – complete with fragments of a conversation between both artists and a short text by exhibition curator Dieter Roelstraete – captures the work in its unique desolate splendor.

56 pages

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Matter Magazine #1. A Modern Journal For Men That Matter. Digital Good Times.

Posted in Fashion, magazines, men on December 14th, 2011
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Matter Magazine #1. A Modern Journal For Men That Matter. Digital Good Times.

Matter is a new biannual publication that records the ways in which new and developing technology affects culture, lifestyle, fashion, and the arts.

Created by the studio behind the acclaimed arts and culture magazine Kilimanjaro, Matter shares the former’s curatorial approach to design and content. Designed to appeal to a consumer eager to tap into an ever-changing and increasingly sophisticated world, with particular regard to the twin disciplines of high-end design and culture, its inaugural issue is covered by the iconic trip-hop artist Tricky, who talks exclusively to Matter about music, imperfection, and reinvention.

Matter’s unique selling point is the fact that it is the first art and style publication to examine these subjects through the lens of modern technology; in doing so, it brings together the creative and the rational in a way which is rarely seen in the realms of printed matter.

First issue includes: Dieter Rams, Ole Scheeren, Matthew Collings, Pierre Huyghe & William Gibson. / Google’s Creative Director of Data Arts, Aaron Koblin, on digital art. / Iconic fashion designer Rick Owens presents an Anthology Of Colour. / Editor Jennifer Higgie on twenty years of Frieze magazine. / Art & The Automobile, featuring the American artists Richard Prince and Erwin Wurm. / Tate Exhibitions Curator Tanya Barson on the Lyon Biennale. / Celebrated conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner, shot by NY underground photographer Ari Marcopolous. / Photographer – and former director of Dior Homme – Hedi Slimane’s best images of women.

D € 10


W – Artist Songs Volume 2. Art Critics Orchestra.

Posted in music on December 5th, 2011
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W – Artist Songs Volume 2. Art Critics Orchestra.

Das Art Critics Orchestra begreift Musik als dialektischen Prozess. Dieser Begriff, der in so postkommunistischen wie postdemokratischen Zeiten auf dem Abstellgleis des Diskurses zu verrotten droht, beschreibt präzise die Arbeit des fünfköpfigen Ensembles, etwa bei der Konzeption ihrer bisher erschienenen CDs: Den „Artists’ Songs“, 2009, und der ein Jahr später folgenden CD „Das Summen der Teile“. Die Logik dieser Abfolge ist die eines dialektischen Umschlages auf mehreren Ebenen. So finden sich auf „Artists’ Songs“ Stücke, die Künstler/Innen der Band geschrieben haben. Z. B. Annika Stroem und Elke Krystufek, die Band setzte deren, meist mit englischen Texten versehenen Vorlagen dann musikalisch um. „Das Summen der Teile“ dagegen addiert sich aus von ACO selbst geschriebenen Liedern, zudem sind die Texte jetzt durchgängig in Deutsch. Die aktuelle Single „W“ präsentiert wiederum Artist-Songs, diesmal von Tom Wesselmann, Peter Weibel und Lawrence Weiner/Peter Gordon. Schon Dietrich Diedrichsen betonte den „konzeptionellen Charakter“ von Popmusik – ACO nimmt den Mann beim Wort.

D € 15


It’s Nice That #6

Posted in magazines, Motto Berlin store, online editorial, Uncategorized on July 18th, 2011
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It’s Nice That #6

It’s Nice That is a tri-annually published arts and culture magazine. Including in-depth interviews and articles focussing on, and written by, practitioners from all over the world, It’s Nice That publishes original content in a format that gives the work the respect it deserves.

The sixth issue of It’s Nice That includes interviews with George Lois, Lawrence Weiner, Asger Carlsen, Kate MacGarry, Martino Gamper and Francis Upritchard. Features on or by Marion Deuchars, Keith Haring, Carl Kleiner and Chaz Bundick among others alongside a selection of work recently featured on the blog.

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