Archphoto 2.0 Radical City 01

Rdical City 01

The city is where Italian radical architecture represented and experimented its theories.
While the early projects remained theoretical proposals, some contributions by Archizoom, Superstudio, or Strum established an ambiguous relationship with design that became crucial after the international exhibition "Italy: the new domestic landscape", curated by Emilio Ambasz at the Museum of Modern Art New York in 1972. With the exception of Zziggurat, all participants, such as UFO, Gianni Pettena, Ugo La Pietra and 9999, chose the "piazza" - the public space - for their theoretical and practical experimentation as the adequate venue for installations and performances that used the same language as that of artists.

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Mark Borthwick. Light up Playbutton

Mark Borthwick. Light up Playbutton. (Playbutton plus booklet) (Playbutton is a wearable button that plays music)

Photographer, author, and musician Mark Borthwick has released a token composition of songs with his album Light Up. Accompanied only by the faint ring of chimes and a gentle guitar, Mark Borthwick's voice evokes a fragrant nonchalance reminiscent of his harmonious and minimalist work. Light Up is a retrospective that blends love, light, and sound in a new medium. This playbutton comes in a special large format box with an exclusive 32 page booklet created by Mark.

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Interview (D) No.1

Ab heute im Laden: die erste deutsche Ausgabe von "Interview".

Gerard Malanga, ehemaliger Mitarbeiter von Andy Warhol, fotografiert 57 Kreative in Berlin, Maurizio Cattelan korrespondiert mit Adriano Celentano, Thomas Macho ("Vorbilder") im Gespräch mit René Polesch (fotografiert von Heji Shin), Luis Venegas (Fanzine 137, EY! Candy) und seine Freunde, dazu Angelina Jolie und Clint Eastwood, Arianna Huffington und Scarlett Johannsen, Kim Gordon und Chloe Sevigny, George Condo und Adam Kimmel. Plus einem Special zu Andy Warhol's "Interview" mit Fakten, Anekdoten und den besten Interviews, die Warhol selbst geführt hat.  

"Diese Persönlichkeiten so derb aufeinanderprallen zu lassen, Texte und Mode gleichzeitig zu transportieren, ohne dass das eine dem anderen die Show stiehlt, klappt in diesem Wundertütenheft vorzüglich." (Anne Haeming)

Interview (D) Nr. 1, 6.00 EUR
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4. Texte zur Kunst Nr. 82: Artistic Research vergriffen

5. Tom Holert: Distributed Agency, Design's Potentiality (Civic City Cahier 3), Bedford Press

6. Lawrence Weiner: If In Fact There is a Context (dOCUMENTA(13) 100 Notes - 100 Thoughts Nr. 8), Hatje Cantz

7. Neil Brenner, Peter Marcuse, Margit Mayer (Hg.): Cities for People, Not for Profit. Critical Urban Theory and the Right to the City, Routledge

8. Chris Kraus: Where Art Belongs, Semiotext(e)

9. Hal Foster: The Art-Architecture Complex, Verso

10. Hans Ulrich Obrist (Hg.): Ai Weiwei speaks with Hans Ulrich Obrist, Penguin Books    

11. Manfred Hermes: Deutschland hysterisieren. Fassbinder, Alexanderplatz, b_books

12. Armen Avanessian, Luke Skrebowski (Hg.): Aesthetics and Contemporary Art, Sternberg Press

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15. Georg Seeßlen, Markus Metz: Blödmaschinen. Die Fabrikation der Stupidität, Suhrkamp

16. Arno Brandlhuber, Silvan Linden (Hg.): Disko 20 - 25. Architektur ohne Architektur, Akademie der Bildenden Künste Nürnberg

17. Nina Power: Die eindimensionale Frau, Merve

18. Klanten, Ehmann, Bolhöfer (Hg.): My Green City. Back to Nature with Attitude and Style, Gestalten    

19. Simon Reynolds: Retromania. Pop Culture's Addiction to Its Own Past, Faber & Faber

20. Momus: The Book of Japans. Things are Conspicuous in their Absence (Solution 214-238), Sternberg Press    

21. Hal Foster: Design and Crime (And Other Diatribes), Verso

22. Slavs and Tatars Presents Molla Nasreddin. the magazine that would've could've should've, Christoph Keller Editions

23. Bas Van Abel, Lucas Evers, Roel Klaassen (Hg.): Open Design Now. (Why Design Cannot Remain Exclusive), BIS Publishers

24. Junya Ishigami:  Another Scale of Architecture, Seigensha Art Publishing    

25. Anne Mikoleit, Moritz Purckhauer: Urban Code. 100 Lessons for Understanding the City, GTA Verlag

26. Amelie von Wulffen: November

27. Oswald Mathias Ungers: Morphologie City Metaphors, Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König    

28. Gert Urhahn: Urban Design. The Spontaneous City, BIS Publishers

29. Alex Danchev (Hg.): 100 Artists' Manifestos. From the Futurists to the Stuckists, Penguin Books

30. RoseLee Goldberg (Hg.): Performance Art. From Futurism to the Present, Thames & Hudson

31. CLOG Nr. 1: Bjarke Ingels Group

32. Alexander Bolton, Harold Koda (Hg.): Alexander McQueen. Savage Beauty, Yale University Press

33. Rem Koolhaas, Hans Ulrich Obrist (Hg.): Project Japan. Metabolism Talks, Taschen

34. Martin Büsser: Music is my boyfriend. Texte 1990-2010, Ventil    

35. Guy Debord: Comments on the Society of the Spectacle, Verso

36. Triin Tamm: A Stack of Books as well as A Book of Stacks, Rollo Press

37. Robert Klanten, Lukas Feireiss (Hg.): Utopia Forever. Visions of Architecture and Urbanism, Gestalten

38. Klaus Pias (Hg.): Was waren Medien?, Diaphanes

39. Pier Vittoria Aureli: The Possibility of an Absolute Architecture, MIT Press    

40. F.R. David: Spin Cycle, de Appel

41. Tiqqun: This Is Not a Program, Semiotext(e)

42. Wim Crouwel: A Graphic Odyssey - Catalogue, Unit Editions

43. Alain Badiou: Lob der Liebe, Passagen    

44. Judith Butler: Kritik, Dissens, Disziplinarität, Diaphanes    

45. Binna Choi, Axel John Wieder (Hg.): Casco Issues XII. Generous Structures, Sternberg Press

46. Adam Harper: Heaven is Real. John Maus and the Truth of Pop, Precinct

47. Detlev Mertins (Hg.): Modernity Unbound. Other Histories of Architectural Modernity (Architecture Words 7), AA Publications    

48. Freunde von Freunden: Berlin, Distanz Verlag

49. Chris Lefteri: Making It. Manufacturing Techniques for Product Design, Laurence King Publishing

50. Juliane Rebentisch: Die Kunst der Freiheit. Zur Dialektik demokratischer Existenz, Suhrkamp

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