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New York Art book Fair floorplan, room N203: table 20

Printed Matter presents the fifth annual NY Art Book Fair, November 5–7 at MoMA PS1, Long Island City, Queens. Free and open to the public, the Fair hosts over 250 international presses, booksellers, antiquarian dealers, artists and publishers from twentyfour countries, offering the best in contemporary art book publishing.

 

FOREVER & TODAY, INC. PRESENTS
MICHALIS PICHLER AT THE GOETHE-INSTITUT
NEW YORK WYOMING BUILDING

FEATURING A READING, SLIDE SHOW, MUSICAL
PERFORMANCE, AND NEW BOOK/EDITION LAUNCH

Organized by Ingrid Chu and Savannah Gorton
Tuesday, November 2, 2010, 7-9pm
Hosted by Goethe-Institut New York; Program in English
Goethe-Institut Wyoming Building, 5 East 3rd Street; FREE
Subway: B/D/F/M to Broadway-Lafayette; 6 to Bleecker

Forever & Today, Inc. presents Berlin-based poet and conceptual artist Michalis Pichler for an event hosted by the Goethe-Institut New York at its Wyoming Building location. The evening features a reading, with a slide show and musical performance, and the U.S. launch of his book, Der Einzige und sein Eigentum (The Ego and Its Own), 2009, published by Pichler's Berlin imprint "greatest hits". The launch also includes Forever & Today, Inc.'s newly commissioned limited edition Chinese translation book cover and glossary.

Sonntag, 24. Oktober 2010, 11.00 Uhr
Muffatwerk
Eintritt frei

Im Rahmen des Symposiums soll kontrovers durchleuchtet werden, wie aktuell im Kunstbetrieb und in einer digital geprägten Gesellschaft mit der Ressource „Wissen“ umgegangen wird. Wie bildet sich Wissen, und welche mehr oder weniger offene Form von Zugang zum Wissen sollte es geben? Welche Möglichkeiten der autonomen Wissensbildung hat heute ein Künstler, und welche Form von Individualität oder Gemeinschaft kann so geschaffen werden? Wie funktioniert eine Performance als Drehscheibe für künstlerische Autonomie und Wissensklau?

Elefanten in der Limonenstrasse

Hildegard Karnath, born on October 22nd 1910, worked as a designer for most of her life, designing movie posters for the UFA in the 30ies. In private, for more than six decades she was clipping images from magazines and assembled a vast collection of images (animals, celebrities, flowers - dozens of themes).
She passed away recently, her archive was sold on the fleamarket, and probably most material has been lost.
At what would have been her 100th birthday, one of her collections was pasted in her neighbourhood, where she used to live for half a century.

WHEN ATTITUDES FADE OUT
QUAND LES ATTITUDES SE DILUENT


EDGAR ARCENEAUX, DORO BOEHME, MARCEL BROODTHAERS, JEFFREY BROUWS, CORINNE CARLSON - MARLA HLADY - KAREN HENDERSON, WALTER DAHN, SHAWNA DEMPSEY - LORRI MILLAN, ERIC DOERINGER, JIRI GEORG DOKOUPIL, MARCEL DUCHAMP, SAMMY ENGRAMER, JOËL FISHER, THOMAS GALLER, ANNE VALERIE GASC, RODNEY GRAHAM, RICHARD JACKSON, MARTIN KIPPENBERGER, TANJA LAZETIC, SARA MACKILLOP, JONATHAN MONK, FRANÇOIS MORELLET, SIMON MORRIS, BRUCE NAUMAN, MICHALIS PICHLER, ACHIM RIECHERS, ALLEN RUPPERSBERG, ED RUSCHA, TOM SACHS, JEAN-FREDERIC SCHNYDER, YANN SERANDOUR, JIM SHAW, DEREK STROUP, DEREK SULLIVAN, ERIC TABUCHI, LOUISA VAN LEER, LAWRENCE WEINER, HERMANN ZSCHIEGNER

Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje
October 1 - 22 2010

Description of project:

"European and international artists are asked to present works in the exhibition The apparatus of life and death. In fact, SEAFair 2010 will convey the story of artists attempting to navigate through the maize of the newly constructed global bio-political apparatus, in a changing social matrix, in which the rules are just being set (new rules being established and old rules which are vanishing). In the unstable and confused process, unwanted features of the murky waters slowly start showing up with some the participants swimming nicely in them whereas others are maladjusted.

Curated by Seth Kim-Cohen
Diapason Gallery, October 2010
Opening Friday, October 1, 7pm
Installations run Saturdays, October 2, 9, 16, 23, 2pm-8pm

 

Artists, in alphabetical order:

Doug Barrett, Violin Tuned D.E.E.D.
Rozalinda Borcilla, Listening for Beginners
Seth Cluett, Tracing Moving Circles (Neighborhood Memory)
Chris Cuellar, Tactical Archiving          
Benedict Drew, Drum Loop
Jarrod Fowler, Rhythmsystemics 
Seth Kim-Cohen, Critique of Instrumental Reason (by use of drums)
Chris Kubick and Anne Walsh, To Make The Sound of Fire
Corey Larkin, Monochrome
Lou Mallozzi, Screenplay: one and one
Christof Migone, 4 Feet and 33 Inches
Matthew Mullane, Détourned Down: A Conversation with Seth Kim-Cohen
Rob Mullender, Said Object / Daughter’s Voice From Memory
Michalis Pichler, Un coup de dés jamais n’abolira le hazard (Musique)
Michelle Rosenberg, Whistle Wall
Jennifer Schmidt, Hard Times / Scrabble Value: A Conversation in 2 Parts
Benjamin Thorp, Black Box
Heather and Seth Warren-Crow, Grayface
James Whitehead (JLIAT), Esse Est Percipi?

 

Curated by Polyna Kosmadaki and Christopher Marinos (within the framework of Zone D of the Zoumboulakis Gallery)

27 September–30 October 2010
Tue–Wed–Fri 15.00–21.00, Thu 15.00– 24.00, Sat12–21.00, Sun & Mon closed
Building A:  10 Agias Irinis Sq.  Building B: Vassilikis 2 & P. Skouze & Limpona, Athens

UN COUP DE DÉS JAMAIS N‘ABOLIRA LE HASARD (sculpture)     90 numbered copies are

September 22, 2010 - December 4, 2010
at The Center For Book Arts

Vito Acconci, Juan Arkotxa & Leslie Mackenzie, Bernard Baschet & Francois Baschet, Cathy Berberian & Eugenio Carmi, George Brecht, Inge Bruggeman & Hank Lazer, Jose Luis Castillejo, Jon Gibson, Kenneth Goldsmith, Grace Jones, Jennie C. Jones, Allan Kaprow, Dan Lander & Micah Lexier, Christian Marclay, Marshall McLuhan with Jerome Agel, Quentin Fiore, & John Simon, Michalis Pichler, Steve Roden, Allen Ruppersberg, Tate Shaw & Andrew Sallee, Masumi Shibata, Michael Snow, Jan van der Marck/Art by Telephone, and Dennis Yuen & Morry Galonoy

Ich hab' Mein Sach' auf Nichts gestellt, Michalis Pichler, photogravure, 2009

Saturday, 4 September to Sunday, 31 October 2010
at Shandy Hall, the former home of writer Laurence Sterne

The Laurence Sterne Trust and Information as Material are proud to announce a major exhibition of ‘conceptual writing.’ Unfolding around Craig Dworkin’s book collection, the show features work by Edwin Abbott Abbott, Walter Abish, Vito Acconci, Kathy Acker, Bruce Andrews, Guillaume Apollinaire, Antonin Artaud, Paul Auster, John Baldessari, JG Ballard, Fiona Banner, Georges Bataille, derek beaulieu, Samuel Beckett, Dodie Bellamy, Hans Bellmer, Caroline Bergvall, Jen Bervin, Nayland Blake, Giovanni Boccaccio, Riccardo Boglione, Maurice Blanchot, Christian Bök, Jorge Luis Borges, Alastair Brotchie, Pavel Büchler, Paul Buck, William S. Burroughs, John Cage, Sophie Calle, Miguel De Cervantes, Jake & Dinos Chapman, Elisabeth S. Clark, Steven Clay, Carlo Collodi, Joseph Conrad, Coracle Press, Daniel Defoe, Charles Dickens, Craig Dworkin, Michael Farion, Robert Fitterman, Gustave Flaubert, Sigmund Freud, Edward Gibbon, Allen Ginsberg, Mary Godolphin, Kenneth Goldsmith, Douglas Gordon, Rodney Graham, Brion Gysin, Lucy Harrison, Ernest Hemingway, Eugène Ionesco, Sarah Jacobs, Peter Jaeger, Alfred Jarry, James Joyce, On Kawara, Emma Kay, Arnold Kemp, Arnold Kemp, Jack Kerouac, Sharon Kivland, Richard Kostelanetz, Joseph Kosuth, Jacques Lacan, Sherrie Levine, Sol Le Witt, Gareth Long, John McAndrew, John McDowall, Stéphane Mallarmé, W. H. Mallock, Michael Maranda, Harry Mathews, Herman Melville, Yukio Mishima, Simon Morris, Scott Myles, Friedrich Nietzsche, George Orwell, Peter Osborne, Georges Perec, Tom Phillips, Michalis Pichler, Vanessa Place, Simon Popper, Ezra Pound, Marcel Proust, Karen Reimer, Gerhard Richter, Kim Rosenfi eld, Jerome Rothenberg, Raymond Roussel, Dirk Rowntree, Ed Ruscha, Klaus Scherübel, Peter Schlemihl, Yann Sérandour, William Shakespeare, Robert Smithson, Daniel Spoerri, Gertrude Stein, Laurence Sterne, Chris Taylor, Carolyn Thompson, Nick Thurston, Alison Turnball, herman de vries, Lawrence Weiner, Darren Wershler, Robert Williams, Wilf Williams, Ludwig Wittgenstein, and Greville Worthington.


-    ! 3-5 September 2010
KW Institute for Contemporary Art
Auguststraße 69
10117 Berlin
www.kw-berlin.de

Opening hours:
Friday, September 3, 3 – 7 pm
Saturday & Sunday, September 4 & 5, noon – 7 pm

2nd Cannons, Los Angeles | AKV, Berlin | Anita Di Bianco, Berlin/New York | Archive Books, Berlin/Turin | Archive of Modern Conflict, London | argobooks, Berlin | Barbara Wien Wilma Lukatsch, Berlin | Bartleby & Co., Brussels | Boekie Woekie, Amsterdam | Book Works, London | Chicago – Times – Plotter [...] Paper – Libertine – Trixie, Vienna | documentation céline duval, Houlgate | Edie Fake, Chicago | Edition Patrick Frey, Zurich | Erik Steinbrecher, Berlin | Eva Weinmayr, London | Fucking Good Art, Rotterdam | GAGARIN, Antwerp | GRAPHIC, Seoul | Half Letter Press/Temporary Services, Chicago | Mediabus, Seoul | Michael Baers, Berlin | Michalis Pichler/"greatest hits", Berlin | Mladen Stilinovic, Zagreb | Mörel Books, London | no press/derek beaulieu, Calgary | Piktogram/Bureau of Loose Associations, Warsaw | Regency Arts Press Ltd., New York | Revolver Publishing, Berlin | Roma Publications, Amsterdam | Samandal, Beirut | Space Poetry, Copenhagen | Spector Books, Leipzig | Sternberg Press, Berlin/New York | The Green Box, Berlin | Torpedo Press, Oslo | Ugly Duckling Presse,New York |(un)limited store, Marseille | urban art info, Berlin | Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne | Vitamine Creative Space, Beijing | Weproductions, Deuchar Mill, Yarrow | Zavod P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E., Ljubljana | ZINE'S MATE, Tokyo

MISS READ 2010

3-5 September 2010
KW Institute for Contemporary Art
Auguststraße 69
10117 Berlin
www.kw-berlin.de

Opening hours: 
Friday, September 3, 3 – 7 pm
Saturday & Sunday, September 4 & 5, noon – 7 pm