Skulpi

SKULPI II ist eine Publikation zum Thema des Porträts ohne Kopf, der Skulptur, der Befreiung vom Kontext, des Porträts mit Kopf, sowie Eltern, Gackerl und Zivildienst.
27,5 x 20 cm, 84 Seiten in Farbe und Schwarz/Weiß

mit Beiträgen von Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux, Verena Dengler, Timo Feldhaus, Roland Galle, Julian Göthe, Tanja Göttken, Mary Heilmann, Kiki Kogelnik, Mariano Mayer, Birgit Megerle, Dominikus Müller, Jan Müller Henrik Olesen, Magnus Schäfer, Roman Schramm, Amy Sillman, Susanne M. Winterling

Eingeladen und zusammengestellt von Birgit Megerle und Roman Schramm
Gestaltet von Katrin Friedmann und Roman Schramm
Herausgegeben von Roman Schramm

EUR 10.00

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The Journal of Aesthetics & Protests. Issue 8. Grassroots Modernism

Grassroots Modernism - movement for today's tomorrow.
When we step out of an ironic relationship to "current events"
by becoming broke or angry, or when we act consciously to
undo and supercede the shit pile that is comind down on us
like a waterfall of crap...

EUR 13.00

Einzelpreis: €18,00
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Kwadraat Bladen. A Series of Graphic Experiments 1955—74

Kwadraat Bladen 1
Kwadraat Bladen 2
Kwadraat Bladen 3
Kwadraat Bladen 4
Relevante Bücher: 
Autor/Herausgeber: 
Adrian Shaughnessy, Tony Brook
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Autor/Herausgeber: 
Adrian Shaughnessy, Tony Brook
Unit Editions, 2012,
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Walter Benjamin: The "Berlin Chronicle" Notices

Berlin Chronicle" Notices by Walter Benjamin

Just released: Walter Benjamin's "Berlin Chronicle" Notices by Publication Studio in the translation of Carl Skoggard.

The book is the second volume of Carl Skoggard's new translation of the work of Walter Benjamin and includes new research and commentary. Walter Benjamin (1892-1940) began to ruminate on his Berlin childhood not long before he left Germany in 1933. The resulting "Berlin Chronicle" notices - forty in all - explore the ways of memory in relation to place, in light of Benjamin's own memories and in relation to his native place. Rich in themselves, these "Chronicle" notices provide a unique key to the esoteric texts Benjamin would produce for his much-loved "Berlin Childhood circa 1900."

The Publication Studio edition is printed on demand, hand-stamped on the cover and comes with a fold-out color map. The wrapping-paper is also beautifully stamped with the cover motif.

Relevante Bücher: 
Autor/Herausgeber: 
Walter Benjamin
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Autor/Herausgeber: 
Walter Benjamin
Publication Studio, 2012, 978-1-935662-85-3
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