3 July - 6 September 2009, Badischer Kunstverein
Opening: Thursday, 2 July 2009. 7 p.m.
Curated by AA Bronson
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!
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.
First book launch: May 2nd 2008, from 8-11pm at basso, Koepenicker Strasse 187-188, Berlin 10997.
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
Rodeo Gallery, Istanbul
May 30 – July 11, 2009
Opening: Friday, May 29 // 19:00 – 21:00
Documentation Céline Duval
Walid Raad/ The Atlas Group
press release by Sylvia Kouvalis (Rodeo Gallery)
This exhibition has been worked out in a structured manner. Michalis Pichler and Eva Weinmayr were invited to invite two artists that work on the same line with them.
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.
Sometimes thou seem’st not as thyself alone,
But as the meaning of all things that are;
A breathless wonder, shadowing forth afar
Some heavenly solstice hushed and halcyon;
Whose unstirred lips are musics visible tone;
Whose eyes the sun-gate of the soul unbar,
Being of its furthest fires oracular;-
The evident heart of all life sown and mown.
Even such Love is; and is not thy name Love?
Yea, by thy hand the Love-god rends apart
All gathering clouds of Night’s ambiguous art;
Flings them far down, and sets thine eyes above;
from november 22 2008 until january 8 2009
Boris Achour, Olivier Babin, Carsten Höller, Thomas Lélu & Jean-Max Colard, Mathieu Mercier, Jonathan Monk, Olivier Mosset, Guillaume Paris, Michalis Pichler, Xavier Theunis
gdm, galerie de multiples
17, rue Saint Gilles
du mardi au samedi
de 11h à 19h
+33 (0)1 48 87 21 77
2 Multiples by Michalis Pichler are launched on occasion of the exhibition:
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.
Launch at 69 Broadway Market
Saturday afternoon 02 August 2008
4pm - 6.30pm
Publish and be Damned
Sunday 03 August 2008
12pm - 6pm
published by T\EXT\ART\, London and
'greatest hits', Berlin, ISBN 978-3-86874-103-2
Cover price £1
put together by Eleanor Brown
OPEN CALL for contributions to the
Archive of Shredded Catalogues
If your work (any kind of authorship) is featured in a publication you are unhappy with - or want to have shredded for any other reason - you may submit it to the Archive of Shredded Catalogues.
All submissions will be properly shredded,
stored and contingently exhibited. They will not be returned.
Please supply the following information
- your Name
- title of publication
- place and
- year of publication
- Comments (optional)
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)
(current) ULS 1: Michalis Pichler (Press release 1)
(upcoming) ULS 2: Peter Downsbrough
(from the french Press release, text: Amelie Fauvet)