Collection revue 5.

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For its 5th issue, Collection revue has changed its subtitle from the previous “A magazine around contemporary drawing” to a more simple “9 conversations”. The issue is still a direct extension of the previous ones: engaging in conversations with artists who would not have the occasion to be reunited elsewhere than on these pages. Alongside the artists, the issue features graphic designers bridging the realms of technology and emotion, materialist publishers and a group of skaters turned gallerists.

Featuring: Ernest T. / Taroop & Glabel, Galerie 126, Yannick Val Gesto, Sarah Tritz, Stefanie Lienzos, Masanao Hirayama, Maximale, Éditions Matière, Aidan Koch.

english / french

€25.00

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V.BLOCC Argent. Frayser. Maximage.

Posted in graphic design, photography, Wholesale on August 2nd, 2016
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Color separation: Colorlibrary.ch
Print: Musumeci S.p.A.

Published on the occasion of the exhibition GAMUT at Am[ ]bit London
10 June —16July 2016

Edition of 350

€7.00
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Guy Meldem. AMPUTEE LOVE + Maximage. NO NEIN NU! NIET. Opening 28.04.2016 @ Motto Berlin at 6pm.

Posted in art, books, events, Motto Berlin event, Motto Books on April 26th, 2016
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Guy Meldem
AMPUTEE LOVE

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Maximage
NO NEIN NU! NIET

28.04.2016
from 6pm

Exhibition runs from 19.04 until 25.05, 2016

Motto Berlin
Skalitzer Str. 68
D-10997 Berlin

Calendar 2016. Maximage. Jonas Voegeli. ZHdK

Posted in calendar, distribution, graphic design, printmaking, typography, workshop on February 4th, 2016
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Produced during a workshop held by Maximage at the University of the Arts Zurich, ZHdK. All lines were engraved manually on aluminum offset plates by the students:

Jaqueline John (January)
Ruben Brändli (February)
Tobias Leuenberger (March)
Rahel Preisig (April)
Kathrin Grossenbacher (May)
Dennis Ginsig (June)
Julia Felber (July)
Kerstin Barth (August)
Janina Hess (September)
Victoria Knabe (October)
Johannes Inauen (November)
Salome Grand (December)

Head: Jonas Voegeli
Tutors: Maximage
Print: Printoset
Paper: Munken Lynx
Edition of 250 copies

€15.00

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Toy Filling — Cruiser Board 8.5. 242 Skateboards

Posted in Skateboard, sports on August 27th, 2015
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Cruiser Board 8.5
242 skateboards

€ 90.00

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Acoco. Simon Haenni. 9783906011.

Posted in books, photography on November 4th, 2013
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Acoco. Simon Haenni. 9783906011.

Simon Haenni (born 1985, Neuchâtel) lives as a photographer and visual artist in Geneva. He is a member of the collective Maximage, the graphics, photography and publication projects implemented.

Translated from Amazon.de using Google Translate.

Price: €32.00

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jean-michel wicker anti-arbeiten Motto Berlin 27.04.2012

Posted in events, Motto Berlin event on April 25th, 2012
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At Motto Berlin
28.04.2012 – 19.05.2012
Opening reception, Friday 27 April, from 7pm

‘It is known that initially many wanted at the very least to build cities, an environment suitable to the unlimited deployment of new passions. But of course this was not easy and so we found ourselves forced to do much more.’
– Guy Debord ‘On Wild Architecture’

Vitrines, like strange capsules, lead from the street to the larger glass front of the bookstore where ‘concierge’, a fragile contraption of repurposed wire and cardboard, sheds its insufficient light. The first vitrine, still on Skalitzer Strasse, contains three differently large Es – 60, 75, and 90 cm high, to be precise-. They are cut out of a strange, white, sleek cardboard and float upwards like bubbles inside an aquarium. They seem to signify nothing; communicating not so much form or thought, as joy.

Inside the courtyard Ingrid Bergman – sans husband, but filmed by her real life one – lounges, thinking interesting thoughts. Elsewhere, varied sorts of seemingly always welcome debris, are thrown together in perfect disorder. A clutch of scrapbooks and fanzines complete the landscape.

Like visiting Asger Jorn’s walled garden at Albisola, the courtyard begins to feel like a microclimate; an experimental growing plot for new varieties of thought.
The Es make more sense now. The library – of words, of sounds, of images – and its reverse: the anti-library, of books unread and knowledge un-learned, are what is grown and preserved here. Who speaks? Who listens? Who does not speak? What will the books of the future be? How can we make them different? Anti-books, anti-knowledge, un-learning, extreme slowness and extreme speed, all seem relevant here.

Around 1805 Heinrich von Kleist wrote ‘instead of speaking with the pretentious purpose of enlightening others I want you to speak with the reasonable purpose of enlightening yourself’, advocating not words or concepts but a ‘certain state of mind’ as the most correct understanding of Property and State.

More recently, many have remarked on how to extract something from circulation – an object, idea, book – holding it still to examine it, is to do it a great injustice. Objects, ideas, books have a life, they will not stand still under someone else’s microscope. Sometime before this, Hannah Arendt drew attention to the ‘intervals’ within our daily continuity determined by ‘things that are no longer and things that are not yet’. This brief moment of potentiality for Arendt was thought itself.

The conscious fostering of this state of potentiality, the unwillingness to provide a microscope under which objects and thoughts may be kept still, the aspiration towards a language free from knowing, may be what Jean-Michel is after.

Finally we must note that the artist favours improvisation. Last minute changes are likely to happen.

Gregorio Magnani

On this occasion, acidator, acidator 2, acidator 3, acidator 4 and acidator 5, an edition of unique books and posters made in collaboration with Maximage Société Suisse, will be presented.

Motto Berlin
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2012 Calendar, Körner Union/Maximage and T. Rihs

Posted in calendar, graphic design, Motto Zürich store on November 24th, 2011
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2012 Calendar

Edition of 300, 48,5 x 69 cm, offset, 4 pantones

This 2012 calendar is made of photograms directly composed on offset plates. This unusual and experimental technique allows to print perfect fades without using any raster.
Objects, things and animals were selected and arranged by students, during a workshop at ECAL/University of art and design Lausanne, held by Körner Union/Maximage and T. Rihs, assisted by Olga Prader.
Printed at ECAL by Benjamin Plantier, 2011
20 CHF

For now: only available at Motto Zürich