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El Ahijado

Alterna y Corriente, Mexico City

August 7 2009

Paola de Anda
Amanda Gutiérrez
Begoña Morales

Tania Candiani
Enrique Ježik
Ivan Edeza

Edgar Orlaineta
Michalis Pichler
Misaki Kawabe

Ichiro Irie
Marissa Magdalena
Elyse Reardon-Jung


Lawrence Weiner

 

LEARN TO READ ART

3 July - 6 September 2009, Badischer Kunstverein
Opening: Thursday, 2 July 2009. 7 p.m.

Curated by AA Bronson

 

press release:

Learn to Read Art: A History of Printed Matter features a selection of artists’ books and editions from the history of the independent, non-profit organization Printed Matter in New York. The exhibition was curated by AA Bronson and is the first presentation outside of the USA and Canada. We are extremely pleased that AA Bronson will be present at the opening and that he will introduce his selection for the Badischer Kunstverein!

Ever since its establishment in 1976 by Carl Andre, Sol LeWitt, Lucy Lippard and others, Printed Matter has focused on the investigation and support of artists’ publications as an independent format of contemporary art production.

 


John Stezaker, Stolen Sky, 1976

John Stezaker, Stolen Sky, 1976

 

John Stezaker, Sublimes

John Stezaker, Sublimes, 1987-1998

 

Michalis Pichler, Coup de des (collection), 2006 ongoing

Michalis Pichler, Coup De Des, (collection), 2006 (ongoing)

 

Michalis Pichler, Coup de des (collection), 2006 ongoing

Michalis Pichler, Coup De Des, (collection), 2006 (ongoing)

 

 

Eva Weinmayr, £100.000 Human Clones, 2009

Eva Weinmayr, £100.000 Human Clones, 2009

 

Documentation Céline Duval, Horizons

Documentation Céline Duval, Horizons, 2008

 

Banu Cennetoglu, Dysfunctional #3, 2009

Banu Cennetoglu, Dysfunctional #3, 2009

 

I Like The Truth, I Never Liked Fiction (and vice versa)

Rodeo Gallery, Istanbul

May 30 – July 11, 2009

Opening: Friday, May 29 // 19:00 – 21:00

 

Banu Cennetoglu
Documentation Céline Duval
Michalis Pichler
Walid Raad/ The Atlas Group
Helke Sander
John Stezaker
Eva Weinmayr


Matt Sheridan Smith, Untitled (contrast test) (detail), 2008

FAX

FAX invites a multigenerational group of artists, as well as architects, designers, scientists and filmmakers, to conceive of the fax machine as a tool for thinking and drawing. Although the technology for transmitting printed images and texts over distance dates from the nineteenth century—a machine by Scottish mechanic Alexander Bain patented in 1843—it was the introduction of the modern fax through commercially available machines in the 1970s that turned facsimiles into a ubiquitous communications medium for international business.

 

OFFICIAL WARNING: due to the pending collapse of global capitalism the shop buypichler may close down soon


mercier_monk_pichler

from november 22 2008 until january 8 2009

 

AFTER... :

 

Boris Achour, Olivier Babin, Carsten Höller, Thomas Lélu & Jean-Max Colard, Mathieu Mercier, Jonathan Monk, Olivier Mosset, Guillaume Paris, Michalis Pichler, Xavier Theunis


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product of the day: Red, White & Blue Box

this limited and signed multiple compilation comes in a cardboard Pizza Box, featuring NY-related publications.

number 8 of 60 was recently acquired by the MOMA, NY.

 


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N E W P A P E R 2 O U T N O W

Launches at 69 Broadway Market
E9, London
Saturday afternoon 02 August 2008
4pm - 6.30pm

&

Publish and be Damned
Rochelle School
Arnold Circus
E2, London
Sunday 03 August 2008
12pm - 6pm


Working Drawings and Other Visible Things on Paper Not Necessarily Meant To Be Viewed  

Working Drawings and Other Visible Things on Paper Not Necessarily Meant To Be Viewed

The title is a paraphrase of Mel Bochners landmark project from 1966 as organized with the SVA. The last two words "As Art" have been omitted from the title.

The publication has 194 pages, was photocopied in an edition of 600 on the photocopiers of the cneai, Chatou (mostly on a Toshiba e-studio 210c, but also a konica 2223 and a Toshiba e-studio 120), handsorted, and bound in a Parisian copyshop.


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Old News 4

April 5th - May 24th 2008, MIDWAY CONTEMPORARY ART, 527 SECOND AVENUE SOUTHEAST, MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA 55414
Opening Reception:Saturday, April 5th 7-9 PM
Curatorial Presentation by Jacob Fabricius, Thursday, April 3rd 7PM

Old News is a non-profit free newspaper organized by Jacob Fabricius, presenting a selection of articles and images cut from newspapers by artists. Premiering at Midway Contemporary Art in Minneapolis on April 5th, Old News 4 will be presented along with Old News 1, 2, and 3 and additional projects, editions, and material by Dieter Roth, Erik Beltran, Thomas Bayrle, Katya Sander, Michalis Pichler, Hans Peter Feldmann and others . The newspapers are free for distribution.


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SOME FALLEN UMBRELLAS AND SOMETHING ELSE

ULS is a structure based in Marseille that invites authors to fill a 12 pages tabloid newspaper with content.

ULS 0: Celine Duval (Press release 0)

ULS 1: Michalis Pichler (Press release 1)

(upcoming) ULS 2: Peter Downsbrough

   


objet perdu

pichler pichler

 

It appears to me, that the signature of the author, be it an artist, cineast or poet, is the beginning of the system of lies, that all artists try to establish to defend themselves, I do not know exactly against what.