Jan Dibbets


The question of the horizon, one of the recurring themes in the work of Dutch conceptualist Jan Dibbets, returns in this exhibition catalog from the Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris and the Hague. In this poetic and clever new work, using the photographic image in an almost geometric collage, Dibbets takes two photographs, a landscape and a seascape, and repeatedly juxtaposes them in various ways that divide the horizon. Coming out of the 1970s European conceptual art movement, Dibbets is a major figure in Dutch art and on the international scene; his brilliant 1994 installation, Homage to Arago, embedded bronze disks in the sidewalks of Paris to mark the meridian specified by the 18th century astronomer. Includes a strong analysis by Rudi Fuchs.

Snoeck, Germany
July 2010 / English & German / Exhibition catalog
Softcover / 11 3/4 x 9 1/4 inches / 64 pp / 40 color
ISBN: 978-3-940953-42-1 · Retail Price: $49.95


Under / Press. / With-This / Hold- / Of-Also / Of/How
/ Of-More / Of:Know

Images of eight paintings and their “remainders”—graphite rubbings of their surfaces— created between 2012–13 are the focus of this publication on the recent work of emerging New York-based artist Jessica Dickinson. Dickinson is known for her delicate, layered, painted abstractions that, requiring infinite scraping, erasing, sanding, and repainting, take months to a year to produce. The remainders are graphite impressions made to transcribe the surface of the painting whenever it changes significantly and mark the transitive passage of time and the paintings’ unfolding. This process is mapped in the book chronologically in over 100 reproductions of the work. Designed by Project Projects with essay by curator Debra Singer and an interview with the artist by Patricia Treib. Published in tandom with the exhibition at the James Fuentes Gallery, NY, 2015.

Release Date: May 2015
8 1/2 x 10 inches / 272 pp
110 b&w and 25 color
ISBN: 978-1-941753-04-0 · Retail Price: $45.00


Notes on Kathrin Schlegel’s Insertions in Public Space

Kathrin Schlegel’s temporary, site-specific interventions investigate the potentiality and interactivity of human experience through art in the public context, challenging common perspectives to produce new, meaningful experiences for their audiences. Distillations. extensively documents Schlegel’s public interventions and explores the depth of the artist’s career. The book also raises the possibility of social interaction through symbolic gestures, elaborating on the context, the links between author, artwork and public, and ways that meanings move in time. With contributions from Maria Rus Bojan, Freek Lomme, Nils van Beek, Alena Alexandrova, Alexandra Landré and Marcus Lütkemeyer.

September 2013 / Hardcover / 7 x 9 1/2 inches
92 pp / Approx. 100 b&w and 100 color
ISBN: 978-94-91677-02-1 · Retail Price: $35.00


Nikolaus Hirsch, Antto Melasniemi, Michel Müller & Rirkrit Tiravanija (Eds.)

From Table to Land! Artist Rirkrit Tiravanija invites us once again to participate in the convivial atmosphere of shared food, this time in an outdoor shelter made of steel and modular bamboo, in an installation for Art Basel 2015. Published in conjunction with the installation, this slender, artful publication records Rirkrit’s collaboration with architects Nikolaus Hirsch and Michel Müller and chef Antto Melasniemi in interviews, texts, images and poems. A new component of Tiravanija and Kamin Lertchaiprasert’s ongoing project “the land,” a self-sustaining artistic community near Chiang Mai, Thailand, the installation builds on its objectives of improvisation, collaboration and the questioning of institutional structures and reflects on urbanization in post-rural conditions, building as collaborative process, the concept of land existing outside ownership. Also featured are must-have recipes developed by Melasniemi for Nam Pla Ice Cream, Archipelago Bread and Bastard Pad Thai!

2015 / Softcover
6 ¼ x 9 ½ inches / 64 pp / 34 color
ISBN: 978-3-95679-165-9 · Retail Price: $15.00


Nikolaus Hirsch, Antto Melasniemi, Michel Müller, Rirkrit Tiravanija (Eds.)

Published in conjunction with the eponymous installation at Art Basel 2015, DO WE DREAM UNDER THE SAME SKY is an extension of the collaboration between artist Rirkrit Tiravanija, architects Nikolaus Hirsch and Michel Müller, and chef Antto Melasniemi. Designed by Hirsch and Müller as an outdoor shelter, the installation, made of modular bamboo and steel, welcomes visitors to engage in discussions while participating in the convivial atmosphere of shared food. This supplemental publication includes interviews, texts, images, and poems that illuminate the installation’s properties of self-sufficiency and how it was conceived as a new component of Tiravanija and Kamin Lertchaiprasert’s ongoing project “the land,” a self-sustaining artistic community near Chiang Mai, Thailand. At the end of the festival, the structure will be transported to Thailand and will be the first building block of a new workshop on the land.

In a continuation of conversations among artists surrounding the land, this book explores urbanization in a post-rural condition, the act of building as a collaborative process, and land as a concept that can exist outside of ownership. A discussion with Hirsch, Tiravanija, Melasniemi, and Jörn Schafaff reflects on the way in which the installation builds on the land’s objectives relating to improvisation, collaboration, and the questioning of institutional structures. Also featured in the book are recipes developed by Melasniemi on the occasion of this installation-as-workshop, where the public is invited to participate in the cooking process.

DO WE DREAM UNDER THE SAME SKY is a project by Rirkrit Tiravanija, Nikolaus Hirsch, Antto Melasniemi, Michel Müller with Angkrit Ajchariyasophon, Sophie Aschauer, Uthit Atimana, Marc Bättig, Klaus Bollinger, Felix Broecker, Carlotta Brucker, Leonardo Bürgi, Letizia Calori, Jessica Coates, Claireban Coffey, Nico Dockx, Raphael Fellmer, Michael Gass, Philipp Gasser, Matthias Görlich, Manfred Grohmann, Raphaela Grolimund, Philipp Grünewald, Somyot Hananuntasuk, Carl Michael von Hausswolff, Karl Holmqvist, Pierre Huyghe, Duangporn Injan, Dueanthalay Injan, Kosit Juntaratip, Dong Kirativongkamchon, Komol Kongjarern, April Lamm, Paphonsak Laor, Kamin Lertchaiprasert, Daniela Leykam, Suwan Limanee, Glorimarta Linares, Kim Boris Löffler, Hector Madera, Therdsak Mahawongsanant, Violette Maillard, Chus Martinez, Philipp Misselwitz, Kritya Notanon, Tepparit Nuntasakun, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Tommaso Pagnacco, Intha Pankeaw, Philippe Parreno, Robert Peters, Thaiwijit Poengkasemsomboon, Tobias Rehberger, Anastasia Remes, Marion Ritzmann, François Roche, Natalia Rolon, Jirasak Saengpolsith, Heikki Salonen, Jörn Schafaff, Ilka Schön, Thasnai Sethaseree, Hanes Sturzenegger, Superflex, Molly Surno, Achim Vogelsberg, Emmi Wegener, Sasiwimon Wongjarin, Eveline Wüthrich

2015 / Softcover / 6 1/4 x 9 1/2 inches / 64 pp / 34 color
ISBN: 978-3-95679-165-9 · Retail Price: $15.00

Andrew Dodds

Lost in Space

Book Works, United Kingdom
2006 / Softcover with dust jacket
5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches / 44 pp /15 b&w and 3 color
ISBN: 1-870699-76-9 · Retail Price: $18.00



Irish contemporary artist Willie Doherty’s (b. 1959) latest video installation, Home, revolves around the timely issue of refugees and immigration. Questioning the context of migration and social affiliation, Doherty, who witnessed Bloody Sunday in his hometown of Derry, Northern Ireland, explores the multiple meanings carried by a single image in his nourish video narratives that often incorporate appropriated images from the media. The large still images, installation shots plus outtakes from the two featured videos, The Amnesiac (2014) and Buried (2009), presented in this slim exhibition catalog from Villa Merkel, Esslingen, challenge the viewer to distinguish authenticity from fiction and the nature of actual threat from generalized fear in relation to immigration—potent subjects in our troubled times. dOCUMENTA participant in 2012 and representative for Ireland at the Venice Biennale (2007), Doherty’s often claustrophobic installations have been shown from Tate Modern to MoMA, PS1 to the Carnegie International and throughout Europe.

October 2016 / Exhibition catalog
English & German / Softcover
8 ½ x 10 ½ in. / 120 pp / 80 color
ISBN: 978-3-86442-178-5 · Retail Price: $46.00


2008 / Exhibition catalog / Hardcover
9 1/2 x 11 1/4 inches
136 pp / 100 color
ISBN: 978-3-936859-68-3 · Retail Price: $55.00

Stan Douglas

Inconsolable Memories

Morris and Helen Belkin Art Galllery At the University of British Columbia, Vancouver
2005 / Hardcover / 7 3/4 x 10 1/4 inches
152 pp / 90 b&w and 40 color
ISBN: 0-88865-636-X · Retail Price: $56.00


De ou par Marcel Duchamp par Ulf Linde

Jan Åman & Daniel Birnbaum (Eds.)

In 1961, Ulf Linde produced the first authorized copy of Marcel Duchamp’s monumental piece The Bride Stripped Bare by her Bachelors, Even (1915–1923). For more than half a century, Linde has pursued intense studies of Duchamp’s entire oeuvre and has made perfect replicas of all his major works. Like no one else, the Swedish art critic knows Duchamp’s work in minute detail. Linde is the author of numerous books and essays on the father of conceptual art and an as-yet-unpublished manuscript that scrutinizes the mathematical principles behind Duchamp’s art, revealing what the author claims to be the key to the artist’s poetic universe. Linde’s replicas and his early texts on Duchamp were essential to the international reception of the artist’s work and played a key role in major exhibitions—including Walter Hopps’s 1963 Duchamp retrospective at the Pasadena Art Museum and the Centre Pompidou’s opening exhibition in 1977. This large-print, textbook-sized tome, produced by Academie Anartiste and creatively designed by Oskar Svensson/Atelierslice/Pjadad, features copious illustrations and accompanies an exhibition organized by the Royal Swedish Academy of Fine Arts and Moderna Museet in 2011. The exhibition and catalog are the result of years of conversation between Linde and the curators, and include never-before-seen documentation of Linde’s 1:10 re-creation of Duchamp’s final work, Étant donnés: 1° La chute d’eau, 2° Le gaz d’éclairage (1946–1966). The book forms an important record of Linde’s texts on Duchamp and features original material on the relationship between the two artistic figures from Jan Åman, Daniel Birnbaum, Henrik Samuelsson and Susanna Slöör.

September 2013 / Exhibition catalog / Hardcover
8 1/4 x 11 inches / 276 pp / 151 b&w and 59 color
ISBN: 978-3-943365-46-7 · Retail Price: $54.00