The Plant Journal

Issue 2, Winter 2012
EUR 12.00

Wai Lin Tse, Hibakusha Mon Amour, Piet Oudolf and Peter Veenstra, Hivernacle, Rosa Codina, Enrique Giner de los Ríos and Nacho Alegre, The Hajimeten Bunch, Daniel Riera, Macramé Plant Hangers, Ceci N'est Pas un Jardin: Mon Oncle Tati, Suzanna Zak, Chris Kabel, Herbs and Reverbs, Ángeles Peña, The Whole World is a Cactus, Elein Fleiss.

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Don't Panic congratulates Pro qm

Don't Panic
Don't Panic

"2012 marks the 12th year anniversary of Berlin’s well-loved Pro qm book store. It was founded by Axel Wieder, Katja Reichard and Jesko Fezer, primarily as a place of discussion and exchange in a time of rapidly accelerating change in the city. Their aquisative interests in urban politics and visual culture resulted in a refreshing conceptual layout and consistently inspired stock and events programme; assets that have maintained their reputation as one of the best regarded bookshops in Berlin."

Read the interview about the "journey so far".

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Urban Spacemag Nr. 4: Egourbanismus

Urban Spacemag Nr. 4: Egourbanismus
Urban Spacemag Nr. 4: Egourbanismus
Urban Spacemag Nr. 4: Egourbanismus

Das Urban Spacemag Nr. 4 beleuchtet die Bedeutung und Macht des Partikularen in der Stadt. Wer darf entscheiden und wer entscheidet wirklich? Wer motiviert, wer hält auf, wer dreht um? Wer hat Recht und wer hat jetzt das Recht auf Stadt?

Stadt ist Verhandlungssache, und alle machen mit – ob bewusst, zufällig, aktiv, passiv, wütend, angepasst, nur für sich, für oder gegen alle.

http://www.spacedepartment.de/spacemag/category/blog/

Urban Spacemag Nr. 4: Egourbanismus
EUR 10.00

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Little Joe No. 3

Little Joe No. 3
George Kuchar

The cover of Little Joe No. 3 commemorates legendary underground filmmaker George Kuchar who passed away in September 2011. The magazine features an interview between Kuchar and critic and curator Ed Halter.

Also in this issue: an interview with director Andrew Haigh, visual artist Marlene McCarty talks about her career including her work with Gran Fury and the New Queer Cinema, Terence Davies’ Video Library, editor Sam Ashby investigates Derek Jarman’s set designs for Ken Russell’s "The Devils", artist Scott Ewalt reminisces about his experiences of Times Square’s long lost burlesque theatres, porn cinemas and erotic revue bars, a reflection on the career of horror director Andy Milligan including never-before-seen photos of him on set, an essay on Gregg Bordowitz’ "Fast Trip", Celine Sciamma talks her latest film Tomboy, and cult filmmaker David DeCoteau discusses how he ended up making "horror movies for girls". Plus a special illustrated supplement by Mike Mills, director of "Beginners".

http://littlejoemagazine.bigcartel.com

Little Joe No. 3 (George Kuchar)
EUR 12.00

This might also be a good moment to remind to the recent publication of William E. Jones' "Halsted Plays Himself about Fred Halsted and gay porn's first masterpiece from 1972, a sexually explicit, autobiographical, experimental film whose New York screening left even Salvador Dalí repeatedly muttering: "new information for me."

Relevante Bücher: 
Autor/Herausgeber: 
William E. Jones
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Autor/Herausgeber: 
William E. Jones
Semiotext(e), 2011, 978-1-584-35107-8
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