May 2003, Exhibition catalog
Softcover, 8 x 10 inches
48 pp, 32 color reproductions
ISBN: 0-921381-25-5 · Retail Price: $15.00
Spanish artist Maider López is becoming an international star with her unusual projects involving droves of community volunteers in captivating public interventions. Polder Cup combines the Dutch love of soccer with the characteristic feature of the Dutch landscape, the polder – a reclaimed marsh protected from flooding by dikes. López painted soccer fields right across the polders, ditches and dikes, forcing players to negotiate endless new rules and tactics to keep the matches going. These unique games brought together everyone from soccer players to art lovers, all of whom were at the mercy of the unprecedented setting. This extensively illustrated book captures the joyous, improvisatory spirit of the tournament in brilliant color photographs, and ends with two-page presentations of seven previous interventions by López.
SKOR, THE NETHERLANDS
April 2012 / English & Dutch / Hardcover
9 x 6.5 inches / 120 pp / full color
ISBN: 978-90-806408-0-1 · Retail Price: $39.95
Mythos und Metamorphose
Coming up on the 70th birthday of Czech master Marcus Lüpertz, this handsome, large-format exhibition catalog presents some of his fine drawings, small sculptures and bozetti (sketches or maquettes) from a recent Regensburg show. Last year’s comprehensive retrospective in Bonn was devoted to the large-scale sculpture and painting of this internationally lauded pillar of the Modern movement. The works here are some of Lüpertz’s most beautiful, influenced by classicism and mythology (or reacting against it), featuring small oils, watercolor and striking hand-painted sculptures. In an accompanying text, Andrea Madesta shows how Lüpertz is constantly questioning the art that has gone before him, staging himself as a “force at the heart of creation.”
2011 / Exhibition catalog / Hardcover
9.5 x 12 inches / 136 pp / 120 color
ISBN: 978-3-940953-64-3 · Retail Price: $49.95
Beate Ermacora & Galerie im Taxispalais (Eds.)
A two-volume exhibition catalog Leap in Time brings together the current and historical work of nine internationally acclaimed Austrian artists who have shown at the Galerie im Taxipalais in solo exhibitions over the past half century. This 50th anniversary publication captures the history of the Galerie im Taxipalais, which connected its artists with the international art world. Essays by authors Julia Brennancher, Lotte Dinse, Beate Ermacora and others accompany a color supplement documenting the current work of artists Carola Dertnig, Heinz Gappmayr, Martin Gostner, Peter Kogler, Peter Sandbichler, Eva Schlegel, Martin Walde, Hans Weigand and Lois Weinberger.
GALERIE IM TAXISPALAIS, AUSTRIA
January 2015 / 2-volume set /English & German, Exhibition catalog / Hardcover / w/supplement
9 1/4 x 11 3/4 inches
120 pp & 52 pp / 10 b&w and 70 color
ISBN: 978-3-86442-098-6 · Retail Price: $49.95
Renowned for his evocative figural imagery, British artist Christopher Le Brun’s new work builds upon his rich cultural literacy, from Virgil and Tennyson to composer William Walton. Following his appearance in several high-profile international exhibitions in the 1980s—including Zeitgeist at the Martin-Gropius- Bau, Berlin, considered the first “blockbuster” exhibition—Le Brun catapulted to the forefront of European contemporary art, his painterly canvases filling permanent collections from the Tate to MoMA, NY. Still prolific, this volume reproduces Le Brun’s most recent series, filled with vibrant and fully saturated reds and yellows notable for their move to pure abstraction. Alongside full-color illustrations, this volume includes a personal response by artist and writer Edmund de Waal and an introduction by art historian David Anfam that places the work within the tradition of late 20th- and early 21st-century modern painting. Accompanying a solo exhibition at Friedman Benda, New York in late 2014.
Release Date: October 2014
Exhibition catalog / Softcover
9 3/4 x 11 1/4 inches / 96 pp / 40 color
ISBN: 978-1-905464-92-0 · Retail Price: $32.00
Alexandra McIntosh & Nicolaus Schafhausen (Eds.)
Leipzig-based artist Edgar Leciejewski (b. 1977) spent six months as artist-in- residence with Fogo Island Arts in 2014. The catalog of new work accompanying his exhibition at the Fogo Island Gallery in 2015 includes large-scale collages, photographs of natural elements and precariously balanced sculptures composed of objects found on the island. Taken together, the two bodies of work archive the passing of time and raise questions about how we contemplate nature. Includes essays by art historian Bill Arning and curator Zoë Gray, as well as a conversation between the artist and internationally distinguished curator-writer Nicolaus Schafhausen. Edgar Leciejewski’s experimental, analytic photographic work explores various social and scientific uses of photography. His work investigates such issues as the rhetoric of the photographic series, genre, composition, and the question of how much time can fit within a single photographic frame. Leciejewski’s photographs are repositories of time that allow for a slowing down of the act of seeing.
FOGO ISLAND ARTS, CANADA
May 2016 / Exhibition catalog / Softcover
6 x 8 ¼ inches / 100 pp / 10 b&w and 25 color
ISBN: 978-3-95679-206-9 · Retail Price: $27.00
Karen Kelly & Barbara Shcroeder (Eds.)
The bodies of work by artist Zoe Leonard that form this publication’s centerpiece pose fundamental questions about the medium of photography and the nature of sight. In a series of large-scale installations sited in the United States and Europe (most recently at the Chianti Foundation in Marfa, Texas), the artist has employed the principal of the camera obscura. Projection devices seen as a historical precursor to modern photography, Leonard’s room-size camera obscuras are paired with installations of gelatin silver prints of the sun. This creates an ephemeral image both immersive and continuous, shifting constantly in response to the fleeting light of the outside world. This title explores various methods of documenting these installations and situates the series in Leonard’s ouevre, exhibited at Documentas IX and XII and the Whitney Biennial. Texts by Diedrich Diederichsen, Suzanne Hudson, Glenn Ligon and Eileen Myles.
2014 / Hardcover
9 1/4 x 11 1/4 inches / 168 pp / 115 color
ISBN: 978-1-905464-86-9 · Retail Price: $45.00
Patricio Cabrera, Chema Cobo, Curro Gonzalez, Manuel Ocampo
2001, Exhibition catalog, English and Spanish text
Softcover, 10 x 8 1/2 inches
84 pp, numerous b&w and color reproductions
ISBN: 1-889195-47-2 · Retail Price: $20.00
Dutch visual and film artist Gabriel Lester’s prolific adventures and art practice over the past 15 years are illustrated in this sumptuously illustrated second monograph. Arranged alphabetically, his most prominent installations, interventions, sculptures and films are presented alongside documentation of their construction and installation. The pairing provides insight into the teamwork and organization behind each project and demonstrates the inherent performativity and narrative element underlying all of Lester’s work. Designed by acclaimed graphic designer Irma Boom, with essays by Portikus director Philippe Pirotte, Artforum editor and art historian Lee Ambrozy and historian and critic Vivian Sky Rehberg. Internationally exhibited and collected by PS1, NY, Centre Georges Pompidou and the Stedelijk Museum, among others. Atmospheric and perceptual, many of Lester’s architecturally experimental works involve a discourse on time and space and evolve around the nature of media of our time.
July 2015 / English & Chinese / Exhibition catalog
Softcover / 10 3/4 x 10 3/4 inches / 272 pp / Extensive color
ISBN: 978-3-943365-65-8 · Retail Price: $52.00
Observances / The Book of Soundings
2006 / Exhibition catalog / 2 Volume in slipcase / Softcover / 8 x 11 1/2 inches / 48 pp each / 20 b&w
ISBN: 978-3-00-020662-7 · Retail Price: $59.00