Artists' Books for Everything, Zentrum für Künstlerpublikationen / Weserburg, June 2 - August 6, 2017
Artists' Books for Everything, Zentrum für Künstlerpublikationen / Weserburg, June 2 - August 6, 2017

Artists' Books for Everything

June 2 - August 6, 2017

Zentrum für Künstlerpublikationen / Weserburg
Teerhof 20
28199 Bremen

 

with: Aalrust, Endre
Adt, Reinhold
Agosta, Marco
Almeida, Cristina de
Alonso, Diana Mercedes
Altmann, Paul
Amore, Johnny
Anastasio, Laura
Andras, Butak
Andreasen, Søren
Andy & Cloud: André Sassenroth; Claudia Piepenbrock
Appelt, Julia
Arend, Henning (exc.)
Asmani, Rozbeh
Avramidou, Lina
Back, Seung Woo
Bahlsen, Clara
Balamuc
Baracchi, Tiziana
Beckmann, Matthias
Belinchón, Sergio
Below, Peter
Bennett, Jennifer
Berthold, Matthias
Bessarabova, Nastia
Beutler, Philip
Bielmeier, Felix
Bigland, Guy
Bizzoni, Jessica
Blaskovic, Nikola
Blast
BLEK
Blue, Simon
Bodman, Sarah
Bonke, Regine
Borgsen, Anne Doris
Bory, Jean-Francois
Boschan, Madeleine
Boué, Peter
Brandis, Birgit
Brandsma, Martin
Brandstifter
Bredahl, Vibe
Breuer, Lars
Breuer, Marcia
Brinkmann, Thorsten
Bürner, Susanne
Cador, Armin Brito
Chabalala, Nonkululeko
Choi-ahoi, Kyun-hwa
Christoffel, Claudia
Clement, Angela B.
Coneja, Marisa
Conrads, Martin
Conrady, Matthias
Contini, Leone
Cremers, Sebastian
Cremer, Till
Csaba, Pál
Cuppens, Noelle
Dadanautik
D'Agata, Antoine
Dahms, Irmgard
Dannecker, Maks
Danner, Michael
Dansa, Salmo
Danysz, Inga
Debenedetti, Bruno Chiarlone
Del Vecchio, Naomi
Dellafiora, David
Delpino, Gianinna
Demuth, Karin
Dencker, Klaus Peter
Dieckwisch, Liza
Dietmann, Anja
Diotavelli, Marcello
Dobers, Veronika
Dornan, Linda Rae
Doubrawa, Reinhard
Drange, Chris
Dreesen, Felix
Dümler, Romina
Dworsky, Alexis
Ebner, Jorn
Eichelmann, Volker
Eimermacher, Sibylle
Einhoff, Friedrich
Einszehn, Iven
Eklund, Petter
Endrejat, Birte
Erbelding, Jan
Erikson, Carl Johan
Espíndola, Mauro
Esswein, Andrea
Éts. Decoux
Everaers, Johan (Ever Arts)
Fabis, Jeannette
Fabricius, Jesper
Fahima, Alexander
Falkenhagen, Harald
Faruqee, Anoka
Feder, Melanie
Feldmann, Jenny
Fenner, Mariska
Fernandez, Sabrina
Fervenza, Helio
Feyrer, Gundi
Fierens, Luc
Fiola, Johannes
Foken, Gesa
Förster, Manfred
Frei, Moritz
Frick, Katharina
Fricker, H.R.
Fritsch, Sabrina
Froelich, Dieter
Fuchs, Nora
Fuente Gutierrez, Nieves de la
Gabriel, Martin
Galeano, Andrés
Geiger, Thomas
Géraud, Yann
Gil Flood, Patricio
Gilje, Johanna
Gille, Anna
Glas, Mathias
Gloria Glitzer
Göbel, Philipp Donald
Goosse, Bruno
Gräf, Dieter M.
Grahnert, Henriette
Grasser, Angela
Grath, Anna
Green, Malcolm
Grigorescu, Ion
Grohmann, Uli
Groschup, Sabine
Gruner, Julia
Grünfelder, Romeo
Gruppo Sinestetico
Gufler, Philipp
Gunnesch, Stefan
Hacker, Karl-Friedrich
Haenni, Michèle
Haffke, Tilman
Halbritter, Roland
Hamann, Matthias
Hammann von Mier
Hasenöder, Sandra
Hehmann, Kerstin
Hehn, Tanja
Heinemann, Ellen
Heinze, Manfred
Hempel, Simon
Herfeldt, Lisa
Heubner, Katharina
Hildebrand, Sarah
Hilf, Almut
Hinze, Timo
Hoeft, Jan
Hoffmann, Anna
Hoffmann, Kornelia
Holm Hansen, Marianne
Holtfrerich, Manfred
Holtmann, Christian
Hombach, Thomas
Hönig, Nikolas
Huh, Sookyoung
Ibrahim, Bassel
Immigration Office
Jaxy, Constantin
Jochum, Michael
Jóhannsson, Sveinn Fannar
Jordan, Dörthe
Jørgensen, Åse Eg
Jungesblut, Yuki
Kalmus, Lucas Jaspar
Kampka, Marina
Kampmeier, Theresa
Kamrau, Katrin
Karpushina, Maria
Kasama, Miho
Kayser, Klara
Kelly, Déirdre
Kenschner, Gudrun
Kiewert, Hartmut
Kiss, Ilona
KLANK. MusikAktionEnsemble
Kleimann, Anneke
Klein, Lennart
Klein, Stefan
Klose, Franziska
Knaack, Monika (Karo Blau)
Knotek, Anatol
Koch, Simona
Krauss, Ingar
Kreiser, Constanze
Kuhlendahl, Kilian
Kuppel, Edmund
Küster, Sabine
Kwan, Lorraine
Laidler, Paul
Lange, Carolin
Lange, Gesa
Larsson, Björn
Le Ruez, Simon
Lemke, Helmut
Lente, Jelte van
Liefmann, Jürgen
Lindau, Margarete
Litzenberger, Pia
Lloyd, Ginny
Löffelholz, Jue
Lohmann, Imke
Loock, Isolde
Löser, Ricarda
Lothschütz, Leon
Lowry, Sean
Loytved, Axel
Lück, Malte
Lühmann, Andrea
Lulay, Lilly
Lupu, Alina
Mackillop, Sara
Maele, Francis van
Maggi, Ruggero
Mahlknecht, Brigitte
Malsy, Victor
Maltzan, Gudrun von
March, Sandra
Margulis & Sagan
Maris, Benna G.
Marx, Stefan
Masuku, Siya
Mattes, Hanna
Matysik, Reiner Maria
May, Eva
Mazières, Damien
McLaren, Sara
McTernan, Elizabeth
Meinert, Patrizia
Meinzer, Dirk
Meyer, Nanne
Middel, Almut
Miéville, Paula
Miller, Peter
Miralda
Missmahl, Steffen
Mitkov, Mitko
Mohr, Beate
Morarescu, Patrick
Möschel, Ulrike
Moulène, Jean-Luc
Müller, Peter
Müller, Ute
Myong-Hee KI
Nalbantidou, Lia
Nast, Franziska
Nausikaä, Antoinette
Navarrete, Carlos
Navarroza, Wawi
Neacsu, Irina
Neubauer, Sebastian
Nixdorff, Tabea
Norkeit, Lätitia
Núñez Barez, Elia
Nuovia, Eva Claudia
Oberthaler, Nick
Obst, Heinrich
Öchsele, Tobias
Oehmann, Felix
Oertel, Lucas
Offermann, Eva-Maria
Ohlen, Ahlrich von
Okazaki, Ghaku
Opel, Franziska
Pál, Csaba
Palotai, Gabor
Pam-Grant, Sue
Park, Lappiyul
Paul, Ulrike
Payer, Micha
Paz, Maria (Exotikdot)
Pedraza, Paula Andrea
Pellacini, Fion
Pellet, Christian
Pelling, Kate
Persy, Daniel Ramon
Peschel, Tilman
Petit, Rodolphe
Petri, Jörg
Pfahl, Jirka
Pfister, Burkhard
Pfohl, Heidi
Pichler, Michalis
Pickarski, Thomas
Piller, Peter
Pinheiro de Sousa, Patricia
Platen, Eva von
Plogsties, Jochen
Pohl, Holger
Pötter, Jan
Premper, Tobias
Prill, Tania
Rabascall, Joan
Ramaseder, Josef
Rath, Hannah
Rehnen, Antonia
Rein, Lisa
Reinecke, Tim
Remy, Penard
Renner, Volker
Renninger, Ann Carolin
Rhys, Sarah
Ricciardi, Angelo
Riechardt, Jörg
Rietzschel, Tina
Rohde, Michael H.
Romine, Aaron
Rosenblith, Edo
Rosengarth, Barbara
Rupp, Anna Rosa
Ruthenberg, Matthias
Šalamoun, Barbara
Sauter, Fritz
Scala, Roberto
Schäfer, Jenny
Schall, Martina
Schamp, Matthias
Schaper, Antje
Schattauer, Nora
Scheller, Maxi
Schlamann, Anja
Schloen, Uwe
Schlöpke, Anne
Schmid, Doris
Schmitz, Claudia
Schmuki, Salome
Schoen, Kim
Schul, Natalia
Schulze, Ani
Schulze, Max
Schulze-Wollgast, Petra
Schwalbe, Anne
Sebert, Vera
Seck, Martin
Seedler, Anija
Seidel, Elfie
Seitz, Maria
Shishkin, Dasha
Sierra, Gabriel
Sieverding, Nina
Simnikiwe, Buhlungu
Sinn, Angelika
Søe-Pedersen, Myne
Specker, Heidi
Spector, Buzz
Sprenger, Diana; Williams, Euan
Spurrier, Stephen
Stahl, Julius
Stegat, Christiane
Steinhauser, Gabi
Stiegler, Angela
Stigmark, Karl-Johan
Stolkin, Maxwell
Strau, Josef
Streng, Ana
Strüver, Lisan
Su, Bo
Summers, Rod
Survival Kit
Systermans, Marvin
Takkides, Stephan
Teixeira, Amanda
Tekaat, Ralf
Terbuyken, Tillmann
Terfloth, Beate
Teske, Anja
Theilkäs, Hans-Ulrich
Thierbach, Stephan
Til, Jan van der
Tiller, Barbro Maria
(Tim)
Tomicek, Timotheus
Torre, Claudia de la
Trantel, Piet
Tucholski, Barbara Camilla
Vagt, Anne
Vergnon-d'Alancon, Aymeric
Vieceli, Alberto
Viehweg, Oliver
Vincent, Frederic
Voigt, Julius
Voit, Konstantin
Vordermayr, Marianne
Weber, Eva
Wedel, Heidemarie von
Weisser, Michael
Welch, Corinne
Wenzel, Käthe
Wermers, Nicole
Westermann, Thilo
Wetzel, Antonia
Wetzig, Janika Naja
Wiersbinski, Paul
Wilke, Johannes
Wlodarczak, Gosia
Wolf-Rehfeldt, Ruth
Yersel, Seçil
Zellerhoff, Martin
Ziegenbalg, Mario
Zoller, Rahel
Zombik, Maren
Zuber, Benjamin

 

Artists’ books represent a particular phenomenon within contemporary art. Since their emergence in the 1950s they have become established worldwide as a new type of art. Artists’ books are autonomous works of art in the form of books. Works of art in large editions, they exemplify the democratisation of art as well as the mobility and interconnectedness of artists. Artists’ books are independent works of art - published, printed and copied - that are born of an artistic conception, in the tradition of Dieter Roth, Ilya Kabakov and Marcel Broodthaers in Europe, Ed Ruscha and Michael Snow in North America, Ulises Carríon, Clemente Padin and Edgardo Antonio Vigo in Latin America, William Kentridge in Africa, Yoko Ono in Asia and Robert Jacks in Australia. 
 

The exhibition aims to present the first ever survey of the evolution and dissemination of artists’ books today and to illustrate the diversity of this genre. It will include artists’ books produced in the last five years or so. To this end, the Centre for Artists’ Publications, in a Call for Artists’ Books, invites artists from throughout the world to participate in this international exhibition of artists’ books. Under the title “Künstlerbücher für Alles  -  Artists‘ Books for Everything  -  Livres d'artiste pour tout”, books can be submitted until the end of April 2017. All books submitted must be produced in large editions (not unique copies or edited in small print runs) and marketed by booksellers or galleries or by the artists themselves.

The purpose of the exhibition is to display artists’ books from all continents - with their differences and similarities, their varied characteristics, themes and motifs - and thus to give a representative overview of the current artists’ book scene. The exhibition also aims to highlight the significance and the value of artists’ books in contemporary art. The Call for Artists’ Books is addressed particularly to artists from Africa, Asia and Central or South America, whose works are often unknown in Europe. 

The title or slogan “Künstlerbücher für Alles” or “Artists’ Books for Everything” makes reference to the Zeitschrift für Alles (“Magazine for Everything”) by the Swiss/German artist Dieter Roth, who likewise invited artists to contribute works of art to his project. A catalogue will be compiled of all the artists’ books included in the exhibition.

This exhibition is organised in collaboration with the University of Bremen.

with: Aalrust, Endre
Adt, Reinhold
Agosta, Marco
Almeida, Cristina de
Alonso, Diana Mercedes
Altmann, Paul
Amore, Johnny
Anastasio, Laura
Andras, Butak
Andreasen, Søren
Andy & Cloud: André Sassenroth; Claudia Piepenbrock
Appelt, Julia
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