Olaf Mooij


Rotterdam artist Olaf Mooij is famous for his hilarious car sculptures, like the Braincar, a car whose top has been transformed into a giant replica of the human brain. During the day, the car drives through the city, and at night it dreams of its day through video projections on the matte white brain surface. This generously illustrated exhibition catalog, a retrospective reaching back to 1999, also includes the DJ Mobile (with a professional sound system, 14 speakers and a built-in DJ booth), the car condoms called Rubbers, and installation photos of smaller works. “I try to make artworks that are related to people to help them understand art,” says Mooij, whose influence range from Dada to Detroit. “I also want to put humor in my art that will make people smile.” With several essays in English and Dutch.

Post Editions, The Netherlands
2010 / English & Dutch / Exhibition catalog
Softcover / 9 1/8 x 12 3/8 inches / 148 pp / full color
ISBN: 978-94-6083-022-8 · Retail Price: $39.95


Fabienne Eggelhöfer (Ed.)

An intriguing conversation exploring the relationship of Henry Moore’s career to that of Paul Klee is the focus of this handsome exhibition catalog accompanying the exhibition at Zentrum Paul Klee. Curators Sebastiano Barassi of the Henry Moore Foundation, Matthew Gale of the Tate Modern and Fabienne Eggelhofer of the Paul Klee Center have assembled a cross-section of Moore’s sculpture and paintings that demonstrate—though the two artists never met, their closely related anti-academic stance and shared idea of a natural creative process. Both artists avoided the avant-garde debates on figuration and abstraction, and both, argue the show’s curators, were concerned with allowing their work to combine abstract and surrealist, classical and romantic elements, in a sense, pointing the way toward postmodern stylistic diversity. With 80 images and essays by the three curators, this publication is a welcome addition to scholarship in the field.

May 2015
English & German / Exhibition catalog/ Hardcover
8 1/2 x 11 inches / 140 pp / 80 color
ISBN: 978-3-86442-110-5 · Retail Price: $49.95



A well-deserved survey for the internationally acclaimed Argentinian film and video artist Sebastián Díaz Morales. Covering 15 years of work (1998–2013), Ficcionario is a kind of autopoetic sum of his prolific career re-created through film stills, texts and reports by participants. Exhibited and collected by institutions such as the Tate Modern and the Centre Pompidou and a Guggenheim Fellow (2009), Morales has participated in major film and video festivals and art biennials worldwide. His particular view of reality—a fusion of poetic and realistic narrative style—represents the Latin American literature of magical realism as well as the docu-fictional style of South American cinema. Writings and drawings drifting through the artist’s film stills give the book an almost diaristic feel. Contributions by noted American video artist Gary Hill, Indonesian video artist Hafiz Rancajale, independent curator Dick Verdult and political South African photographer Jo Ratcliff among others.

January 2015 / English & Spanish
Hardcover / 8 3/4 x 11 1/2 inches
260 pp / 120 color
ISBN: 978-3-86442-093-1 · Retail Price: $72.00

Heather and Ivan Morison

Falling Into Place

In this beautiful, limited-edition artist’s book, British artists Heather and Ivan Morison continue their inquiry into cultures of self-sufficiency and the topography of escape, bringing together sketches, drawings and an engrossing narrative: part science fiction, part history, part autobiography and part fairytale. The Morisons represented Wales at the 2007 Venice Biennale with their timber structures Pleasure Island and Fantasy Island, which were inspired by the hand-built shelters associated with the “back-to-the-land” movements of the ‘sixties and ‘seventies. As they write, “It got to the point where I just had to get out. That’s when I built my first escape vehicle.” Printed offset in an edition of 1,500 copies, with dust jacket with gold blocking.

Book Works, United Kingdom
April 2010 / Softcover / 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches / 144 pp / b/w and color
ISBN: 978-1-906012-09-0 · Retail Price: $29.95


It’s Just a Certain Sound I’m After

Snoeck, Germany
2008 / English & German / Hardcover / 9 1/2 x 6 3/4 inches / 96 pp / 60 color
ISBN: 978-3-936859-78-2 · Retail Price: $45.00

Alex Morrison

Giving the Story a Treatment

Lukas & Sternberg, New York
2005, Series 011, 220 pp, 25 color reproductions
English and German text
Softcover, 3 3/8 x 6 3/4 inches
ISBN: 0-9745688-48 · Retail Price: $19.95



Editions Treville, Japan
1999, 24 postcards in CD shelter
ISBN: 4-309-90290-1 · Retail Price: $19.95


Editions Treville, Japan
1999, English and Japanese text
Softcover, 8 1/4 x 11 3/4 inches
160 pp, 100 plus color reproductions
ISBN: 4-309-90280-4 · Retail Price: $42.00


Bleckede 2009 / Rochechouart 2011

British artist Charlotte Moth began to assemble the texts in this book during her residency at the German artists’ retreat center, Schloss Bleckede, in 2009. Her work is essentially photographic, but it grows out of sculpture, architecture and cinema, as well as the exploration of documents and archives. Moth invited artists, writers, and curators to respond to the materials she chose; the book collects a selection of those responses that have recently been part of the artist’s projects or are yet to become a part of it. Moth conceived this book as a further elaboration of her artistic practice, linking different projects that have been realized since 2009. This book accompanies her solo exhibition “The Absent Forms.” Featured essays by Guy Brett, Maeve Conolly, Mathieu Copeland, Olivier Michelon, Charlotte Moth, Sadie Murdoch, Francesco Pedraglio and Alice Peinado.

April 2012 / Softcover
4.5 x 7 inches / 112 pp / 1 b/w
ISBN: 978-1-934105-68-9 · Retail Price: $16.00



Friedemann Malsch & Christiane Meyer-Stoll (Eds.)

Charlotte Moth (b. 1978) sets out to discover the mysterious in the familiar, focusing her attention on the spaces and objects with which we live. She uses photography and film, slide projections, and sculptural arrangements to explore the conditions of perceiving materiality in space and time. Travelogue brings together photographs of Moth’s researches since 1999 (alongside texts by Eva Birkenstock, Penelope Curtis, Kasia Redzisz, and the artist herself). Moth—educated at the Royal College of Art, London—often chooses architectural icons or art-historical topics as the subjects of her projects: her travels have brought her to Ibiza on the trail of the late Dadaist Raoul Hausman, and to St. Ives, England, where she visited the studio of British sculptor Barbara Hepworth. This flexicover book, co-published by Snoeck and Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, is the first comprehensive monographic publication on the work of this Paris-based artist.

February 2017 / Exhibition catalog / English & German
Flexicover / 8 ⅓ x 8 ¾ in. / 244 pp / 60 color
ISBN: 978-3-86442-188-4 · Retail Price: $55.00