|dictionary of war
Berlin edition: February 23 to 25, 2007
The Berlin edition features contributions by: Jonathan Allen (UK) /Christian von Borries (DE) / Arianna Bove (IT/UK) / Heinrich Dubel(DE) / Stefan Doernberg (DE) / Felix Ensslin (DE) / Stefan Heidenreich (DE) / Emil Hrvatin (SI) / Peter Jahn (DE) / kuda.org(YU) / Andrea Moll (DE) / Vanessa Joan Müller (DE) / Quio & Darius James (US/DE) / Sylvere Lotringer (US) / Brian Massumi (CA) /Khalo Matabane (ZA) / Avi Mograbi (IL) / Martin Neumeier & Nathalie Landenberger (DE) / Michalis Pichler (DE) / Rimini Protokoll(DE) / Saskia Sassen (US) / Armin Smailovic (DE) / Simon Starling(UK) / Marcus Steinweg (DE) / Stephan Trüby (DE) / Meir Wigoder (IL) & Irit Rogoff (UK) / Soenke Zehle (DE)
as of may 20 2003 8pm the show “mehr licht!” at the Goethe-Institut/InterNationes features the agressive absence of the “ny garbage flag profile.”
it was removed from the gallery entirely last tuesday on behalf of mr. blackburn and mr. uhlig, corporate executives of BrunelliNeri Productions Ltd, although the work was curated and part of the show at the opening.
i fell in love, i fell out of love, 100$, potato chips, airplanes, clouds & sky
an exhibition of the work of Michalis Pichler
on view from Saturday, January 21 through Saturday, February 4, 2006
opening reception and book launch: Saturday, January 21 from 5 to 7 PM
Printed Matter Inc. is pleased to announce the opening of an exhibition of the work of German artist Michalis Pichler this Saturday, January 21 from 5 to 7 PM. i fell in love, i fell out of love, 100$, potato chips, airplanes, clouds & sky, the name of the exhibition, is also the title of an ephemeral newspaper piece published on the occasion of the exhibition and designed to be given away at Printed Matter. At the opening reception we will also celebrate the launch of two books by Pichler, both published in 2005 by Revolver: "WAR"diary and New York Garbage Flag Profile. Printed Matter is located at 195 Tenth Avenue at 22nd Street.
In the New York Times Flag Profile, all 144 of the American flags from the New York Times issued on the first anniversary of September 11 have been cut out and pasted into a newspaper with everything else left blank.
Initially it was a handmade object, which involved meticulous handiwork and was relatively fragile.
The Production of a printwork in a larger edition made it possible to distribute the work to a broader audience for the price of $1.
In the beginning it sold mostly through exhibitions.