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THIRTYSIX VIEWS OF MOUNT FUJI, Michalis Pichler/ Tom Sowden, 2015

Re: Follow-ed (after Hokusai)

28 septembre / 3 décembre 2015

CABINET DU LIVRE D’ARTISTE. Campus Villejean, Université Rennes 2 - Bât. Érève, place du recteur Henri Le Moal, 35000 Rennes

 

with: David Abbott . Jesse Alexander . Anonymous . Edgar Arceneaux . Artist Book Cooperative . Frans Baake . Steen Bach Christensen . Lucy Badrocke . Luke Batten & Jonathan Sadler . Victoria Bianchetti . Guy Bigland . Doro Boehme & Eric Baskauskas . Jeffrey Brouws . Stephen Bush . Patrice Caillet . Corinne Carlson, Karen Henderson & Marla Hlady . Julie Caves . Pauline Cazorla . Lin Charlston . Tom Clark . Lenka Clayton . Claude Closky . Dan Colen . Julie Cook . Bill Daniel . Adam & Kate Davis . Claudia de la Torre . Jen Denike . Eric Doeringer . Sue Doggett . Lee Duegyoung . John Dunning . Daniel Eatock . Jeff Eaton . Francis Elliott . Carl Johan Erikson . Tony Eve . Hans-Peter Feldmann . Frank Eye . Joel Fisher . Stephen Fowler . Jan Freuchen . Thomas Galler . Anne-Valérie Gasc . Steve Giasson . Simryn Gill . Kate Glicksberg & Piotr Orlov . Dejan Habicht . Sebastian Hackenschmidt & Stefan Oláh . Hackleys Press . Marcia Hafif . Jan Henderikse . Mishka Henner .Taro Hirano . Hiroshige . Katsushika Hokusai . David Horvitz . Dominik Hruza . Fred Hüning . Sveinn Fannar Jóhannsson . Easley Stephen Jones . Rinata Kajumova & Achim Riechers . Hildegard Karnath . Tony Kemplen . Aaron Krach . Gandha Key . Sowon Kwon . Paul Laidler . Tanja Lazetic . Jonathan Lewis . Lorena Lohr . Silvio Lorusso & Sebastian Schmieg . Louloulovesbooks . Helena Louro . Victoria Lucas . Maria Lusitano, Teresa Paiva & Paula Roush . Jochen Manz . Michael Maranda . Scott McCarney . John McDowall . Ryan McGinley . Jerry McMillan . miss read . Dan Monick . Jonathan Monk . Simon Morris . Angel Morua . Dan Murphy. Toby Mussman . Heidi Neilson . John O’Brian . Paul Paper . Sumi Perera . Performance Re-enactment Society & Tom Sowden . Peterbill . Michalis Pichler . Adrian Piper . Tadej Pogacar . Susan Porteous . Henri Rivière . Sy Rubin & Larry Siegel . Allen Ruppersberg . Edward Ruscha . David John Russ . Tom Sachs . Ari Salomon . Jeremy Sanders . Joachim Schmid . Jean-Frédéric Schnyder . David Schoerner . Ben Scragg .Yann Sérandour . Travis Shaffer . Simon & Simon . Matthew Sleeth . Denise Sowden . Tom Sowden . Gary Starks . John Steed . EF Stevens . Derek Sullivan . Yoshikazu Suzuki . Eric Tabuchi . Kazuhide Takada . Elisabeth Tonnard . Erik Van der Weijde . Louisa Van Leer . Sam Venables . John Waters . Mark Wyse . ed. Akihiro Yamaguchi . Hermann Zschiegner, and some more.

NYABF 2015

Printed Matter presents the tenth annual NY Art Book Fair, from September 18 to 20, 2015, at MoMA PS1, Long Island City, Queens. A preview will be held on the evening of Thursday, September 17.
 
Free and open to the public, the NY Art Book Fair will present artists’ books, catalogs, monographs, periodicals, and zines.
This year, the fair features over 370 booksellers, antiquarians, artists, institutions and independent publishers from twenty-eight countries.

The table by Michalis Pichler will be C11, located on the ground floor. 

try to think outside this box, Michalis Pichler, rubber stamp print, 2002

EUGEN GOMRINGER &

AUGUST 29 – OCTOBER 25, 2015

OPENING: FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 7 PM

Bielefelder Kunstverein / Welle 61 / D-33602 Bielefeld / Tel. +49-521-178806 / kontaktatbielefelder-kunstverein.de

With works by: Ann Cotten, Natalie Czech, Kenneth Goldsmith & John Ashbery, Eugen Gomringer, James Hoff, Karl Holmqvist, Sophia Le Fraga, Tan Lin, Hanne Lippard, Nils Menrad, Michalis Pichler, Cia Rinne

OLD NEWS (again) at CNEAI, May 16- September 27-2015

OLD NEWS (again)

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CONCEPTUAL POETICS DAY, Cia Rinne, 2015

CONCEPTUAL POETICS DAY 2015

Saturday, June 27, 2015, 3-9pm
Miss Read Stage, Akademie der Künste, Hanseatenweg 10, Halle 2, 10557 Berlin

FREE ENTRY 
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The CONCEPTUAL POETICS DAY is an annual event that explores the imaginary border between visual art and literature.

MICHALIS PICHLER – published by Printed Matter, Inc. and Spector Books, 2015


MICHALIS PICHLER – a monograph published by Printed Matter, Inc. and Spector Books

June 5, 2015

6:00-8:00 PM

Printed Matter is pleased to present MICHALIS PICHLER, the first artists’ book/monograph focused on the practice of Berlin-based artist and author Michalis Pichler, co-published by Printed Matter and Spector Books. The book is edited by Annette Gilbert and Clemens Krümmel.

Please join us for an opening reception and book release party with Pichler on Friday, June 5, 6-8 pm, featuring readings from publication editor and contributor Annette Gilbert, poet Rob Fitterman, and artist Chris Habib, co-hosted with Ugly Duckling Presse, who will release Pichler´s The Ego and Its Own. Gilbert will also release her new title REPRINT: Appropriation (&) Literature, a compendium of appropriative works, published by Lux Books.

The publication explores a body of artists’ publications and other works by Pichler that makes strategic use of found and pre-used material, including sources derived from image, object, sound, text or thought. Its longish subtitle is derived from a Lucy-Lippard-publication:

Thirteen Years: The materialization of ideas from 2002 to 2015: a cross-reference book of information on some esthetic boundaries: consisting of a bibliography into which are inserted text, critical essays, art works, documents, arranged chronologically and focused on so-called “greatest hits” and conceptual poetics with mentions of such vaguely designated areas as appropriation, post-naive, unboring boring, détournement, objet perdu, erasure poetry, or writing through, occurring now in the work of Michalis Pichler (with occasional political overtones), edited by Annette Gilbert and Clemens Krümmel.

Michalis Pichler, The Ego and Its Own, Ugly Duckling Presse, 2015

"Shame on the egoist who only thinks of himself!" — Max Stirner Michalis Pichler's appropriation/erasure of Max Stirner's 1844 manifesto of individual anarchism, 

Illustrations of the Society of Spectacle, Michalis Pichler, 2014

OEI Colour Project, Saturday February  7, 2015

Exhibition and reading by Michalis Pichler: The Complete Films (+ release of Den ende och hans egendom Pichler’s appropriation/erasure/rewriting of Max Stirner’s Der Einzige und Sein Eigentum (OEI editör and “greatest hits”)) and the release of Ulla West’s book Tankegångar (OEI editör)


Michalis Pichler: The Complete Films

At OEI Colour Project Michalis Pichler will show his “complete films” including:

Un Coup de Dés Jamais n'Abolira Le Hasard (Musique), 2:20 min, loop
FIVE WORDS IN THREE MINUTES , 3:00 min
Une seconde d’éternité 00:1 min, loop
Heimatfilm (preview)

Books & Co., Gagosian Paris, 2015


“Books & Co.” presents Ruscha’s books together with those of more than 70 contemporary artists from all over the world—from Russia to Japan to the Netherlands—who have responded directly and diversely to his inspiration. Some of the books are installed so that viewers can browse their pages.

Carrion/Pichler, OEI Colour Project, Stockholm 2014


Ulises Carrión, Michalis Pichler, December 20, 2014

OEI, Färgkontoret, plan 1, Lövholmsgränd 12, 117 43 Stockholm, Sweden

 

John Stezaker, Blind No.1, Conceptual Poetics Day


Literaturwerkstatt Berlin

Knaackstr. 97, 10435 Berlin

Sunday, December 7th 2014, 4–9pm

free entry