The Cologne Art Book Fair 2018

Kölnischer Kunstverein
Hahnenstraße 6
50667, Cologne, Germany

Opening: Friday, 06072018 > 7pm

Friday, 06072018 > 7pm–10pm
Saturday, 07072018 > 3pm–10pm
Sunday, 08072018 > noon–6pm

— And She Was Like: BÄM! —  Arne Schmitt / Andrzej Steinbach — aselmann — BLEK — Boris Becker — bureau Heuchel Klag — Burg Giebichenstein Kunsthochschule Halle — c8400 — Capri By Night — Carola Willbrand — Christoph GIRARDET & Matthias MÜLLER — Cosima Pitz — Damocle Edizioni — doubleBrain — Dominique Turzer — Dorothee Joachim — DS-DOCUMENTS — Edition Hundert — Elfi Seidel — ecx — Folkwang Universität der Künste — From me to you — Hörner / Antlfinger — Inge Schmidt — Jessica Twitchell — Johannes Wohnseifer — Judith Weißig — Ilka Helmig / Katrin Stangl — Katja Pratschke & Gusztáv Hámos — Kinemalismus — KüCüPü feat. Patrick Niemann, C.D. Stefanovici, Tim Dönges, Nils Jebe, Jonas Bargeld und Gäste aus den alten und neuen Bundesländern — Lutz Fritsch — Lyoudmila Milanova / Capri by Night — malenki.net — Marcus Neufanger — Max Schulze — MonoRhetorik — Moreno & Soria — Nora Schattauer — Onomatopee projects —parasitenpresse — Philipp Hamann — Richas Digest — Risotop — Schuelke fine books — Sebastian Freytag — Starship — Stefan Steiner — Stefanie Klingemann — Steffen Missmahl — St. Patrick’s Zine Library — StrzeleckiBooks — Tamara Lorenz — TBOOKS COLOGNE — Till Cremer — Totalverlag — Triangle Books — Vera Drebusch — Weinspach — Wrong Culture Editions — Zoopark Publishing —

Accompanied by works of artist-residents of Kölnischer Kunstverein:
Albrecht Fuchs — Jan Hoeft — Stefanie Klingemann — Alwin Lay — Peter Miller — Ralph Schuster

Sunday, 13:00-13:30:
Starship – Ariane Müller, Lesung aus: „Handbuch für die Reise durch Afrika“

in the shadow of the sun

 

 

 

Starship Screenings at the Pool
Sunday, 1. 7. 2018, 3pm
TROPEZ, Sommerbad Humboldthain, Berlin

 

In the Shadow of the Sun
Derek Jarman Super 8

In the face of figurative homophobia and an inexorable linearity, Jarman’s pretty films bond color to the countertemporalities of queer living.
Rosalind Galt, Pretty: Film and the Decorative Image, Columbia University Press, 2011

Assembled by Martin Ebner and Henrik Olesen, artists living in Berlin

VOYAGE at TROPEZ
2. 6. – 2. 9. 2018

TROPEZ is a space for art inside the public pool Sommerbad Humboldthain initiated by Nele Heinevetter. The summer exhibition VOYAGE presents artworks realized for the public pool that take the beholders on a journey to far-away places as well as performances and event-series.

With:
Aurora Sander, Nigin Beck, Monster Chetwynd, Damjanski, The Gray Voice Ensemble, Adam Harvey, Porpentine Charity Heartscape, Jasmin İhraç, KAYA, Kinderhook & Caracas, Anastasia Kubrak, Sandra Mujinga, New Noveta, Juliana Piquero Rosenberg, Operndorf Afrika, Abdoul Kader Traoré, Raphaela Vogel, and Jan Vorisek as well as BDPs reading series Die Welt und das Schwimmbad, Creamcake’s discussion and concert-format Europool, Starship’s Screenings At The Pool, and Bob’s Pogo Bar.

TROPEZ is also a kiosk. Every day from 10am to 6pm.

 

in the making:

Eric D. Clark, Music has lost its color

 

Miss Read 2018

 

Miss Read: The Berlin Art Book Festival
Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin

Friday, May 4, 5–9pm
Saturday, May 5, 12–7pm
Sunday, May 6, 12–7pm

free entry

Miss Read: The Berlin Art Book Festival is celebrating the tenth year of its existence by bringing together 267 exhibitors and with the publishing of an anthology called Publishing Manifestos.
Founded in 2009, Miss Read is Europe’s Art Book Festival dedicated to building community and creating a public meeting place for discourse around artists’ books, conceptual publications and publishing as practice.

C.R. McBerny

Martin Ebner: All for All (information)
Inkjet print, collage,  30 x 30 cm, 2018

 

C. R. McBerny

Opening: Saturday 28 April 2018, between 2pm and 5pm
Zwinglistrasse 4, 10555 Berlin, Germany
Exhibition by appointment from Sunday 29 April to 13 May 2018

Participating artists include:
Rosa Aiello, Magnus Andersen, Abel Auer, Kamilla Bischoff, Juliette Blightman, Michael Bracewell, Zac Bradley, Max Brand, Kerstin Brätsch, Tim Brennan, Sara Constantino, Matt Copson, Jeffrey Dennis, Simon Denny, Martin Ebner, Jenny Eden, Ida Ekblad, Exael, Peter Friel, Malcolm Garrett, Jonathan Gean, Rochelle Goldberg, Paul Gondry, Doris Guo, Hacienda Books, Ian Hartshorne, Donna Huddleston, Yannic Joray, Marie Karlberg, Allison Katz, Yuki Kishino, Kitty Kraus, Zarah Landes, Matt Langan-Peck, David Lawrey and Jaki Middleton, Jonas Lipps, Alastair MacKinven, Liz Magor, Roger Malbert, Lin May-Saeed, Dawn Mellor, Alexandra Metcalf, Ariane Müller, Mike Nelson, David Osbaldeston, Krista Peters, Seth Pick, Leah Pires, Mike Pollard, Magnus Quaife, Eileen Quinlan, Ian Rawlinson and Nick Crowe, Cameron Rowland, Benjamin Saurer, Max Schmidtlein, Ben Schumacher, Taketo Shimada, Amy Sillman, Nora Schultz, Eric Sidner, Brook Sinkinson Withrow, Julian Stahlbom, Harry Stevenson Miller, Stefan Tcherepnin, Stefan Thater, Hanna Törnudd, Myna Trustram, Miriam Vacizki, Ellie de Verdier, David Weiss, Issy Wood, and Amelie von Wulffen

organised by Andrew Hunt and Veit Laurent Kurz

C. R. McBerny is a new annual collaborative project held each year in Berlin, New York City and Manchester, which explores how contemporary painting, performance and writing might produce overtly emotional and demonstrative forms of discourse between intimate communities of artists and writers.

For the first edition, discrete objects and texts have been produced with a relaxed, informal, easy aestheticism in mind, one conducive to the warm non-institutional semi-domestic nature of each venue.

During 2018, performances, lectures, workshops and concerts will be included in C. R. McBerny’s activities, while a publication will be launched in December, co-produced by Hacienda Books (Zurich) / Slimvolume (London), and distributed worldwide by Cornerhouse Publications (Manchester).

Huntington Estate Book Sale
Unit 9, Huntingdon Estate, London E1 6JU
Saturday April 21 and Sunday April 22 from 11am – 8pm.

emalin.co.uk

Villa Rosenthal – JenaKultur
Mälzerstraße 11, Jena

lädt am 18. April 2018 um 19.30 Uhr
zur Eröffnung der Ausstellung:

Ist Eros der eben jetzt von mir beobachtete Planet?
Gottlob Frege, Ludwig Wittgenstein und ((4×3)+12) Versuche über die logische Struktur der Welt

mit Arbeiten von
Josef Dabernig, Martin Ebner, Andreas Fogarasi, Bernhard Frue, Kathi Hofer, Roland Kollnitz, Ingo Nussbaumer, Wendelin Pressl und Markus Hofer, Anja Ronacher, Simon Wachsmuth, Anita Witek, Otto Zitko, Heimo Zobernig

Zusammengestellt von Gregor Schmoll
Zur Eröffnung spricht Prof. em. Dr. Gottfried Gabriel
Ausstellungsdauer: 19.04.2018 – 13.06.2018

A Matter Of Printing

 

A Matter Of Printing (for SMC)

23 March – 29 April 2018

Supportico Lopez
Kurfürstenstrasse 14/b
Berlin 10785

Tuesday–Saturday, 11am–6pm
+49 (0) 30 31 98 93 87
info@supporticolopez.com

THOMAS BAYRLE STEVE BISHOP GERRY BIBBY JULIETTE BLIGHTMAN GEORGE BRECHT
MARCO BRUZZONE HENRI CHOPIN PHILIP CORNER ADRIANO COSTA JEAN DUPUY
MARTIN EBNER ESTHER FERRER SIMONE FORTI JOHN GIORNO EUGEN GOMRINGER
DOUGLAS GORDON BERNARD HEIDSIECK GEOFFREY HENDRICKS JAMES HOFF
KARL HOLMQVIST ISIDORE ISOU JOE JONES ALLAN KAPROW MILAN KNÍŽÁK
ALISON KNOWLES FRANZISKA LANTZ WALTER MARCHETTI CHARLOTTE MOORMAN
ARIANE MÜLLER JORDAN NASSAR HENRIK OLESEN GERHARD RÜHM
CAROLEE SCHNEEMANN ZIN TAYLOR ALVARO URBANO ROBERT WATTS
EMMETT WILLIAMS

A Matter Of Printing (for SMC) is a journey into the process and exercise of developing the concept of multiples as a democratic element of distribution of the work of art. With this approach the attempt to elaborate a political challenge through the strong and, somehow, limited possibilities of the unique artwork is placed. The multiple naturally comes as a possibility for a different way of communicating, often used in the past as a carrier of new ideas and often subversive or humorous intent.

The core of the exhibition are multiples published by the Edizioni Francesco Conz, a project the Italian collector – a mysterious impresario who strongly supported the artists of his time and that died in 2010 – started in the 70’s and continued until the 2000s. The Edizioni Conz will share the space with some of our favourite living artists and poets.

The exhibition will open on the 23rd of March at Supportico Lopez in Kurfürstenstrasse 14b. During the week-end of 27-29 of April, the exhibition will have a public program, Mass X, curated by The Performance Agency in the gallery’s courtyard.

“I had no pleasure in collecting ‘rich stuff’, already packed. I was looking for a more refined answer to my approach to art and the creative process behind it”
Francesco Conz

 

Martin Ebner, Analogue footprint stamp set
40x30x15 cm, edition of 10
2018

 

Installation views: Supportico Lopez

 






drilling!

 

Park McArthur for Starship, Studs, 2018
1000 magazines pierced and bejeweled

 




Starship 17

 

We are happy to invite you to the release of
Starship Magazine No. 17

Feb 18, 2018, 18:00 – 21:00
Mavra
Möckernstrasse 68, 10965 Berlin

 

Starship Magazine No. 17
Winter 2018

with contributions by:

Mitchell Anderson, Marie Angeletti, Tenzing Barshee, Gerry Bibby, Mercedes Bunz, Stefan Burger, David Bussel, Eric D. Clark, Jay Chung, Tony Conrad, Eduardo Costa, Hans-Christian Dany, Nikola Dietrich, Levi Easterbrooks, Martin Ebner, Stephanie Fezer, Julian Göthe, Dunja Herzog, Karl Holmqvist, Stephan Janitzky, Verena Kathrein, Jakob Kolding, Chris Kraus, Veit Laurent Kurz, Quinn Latimer, Park McArthur, Robert McKenzie, Robert Meijer, Luzie Meyer, Ariane Müller, Shahryar Nashat, Viktor Neumann, Theresa Patzschke, Monika Senz, Natasha Soobramanien, Vera Tollmann, Anne Turyn, Antek Walczak, Mikhail Wassmer, Scott C. Weaver, Florian Zeyfang

140 pages, color, EUR 8

edited by: Gerry Bibby, Nikola Dietrich, Martin Ebner, Ariane Müller, Henrik Olesen

Graphic design: Dan Solbach
Cover: Martin Ebner
Poster: Marie Angeletti

Park McArthur for Starship, Studs, 2018.
1000 magazines pierced and bejeweled

 

Starship No. 17 is published by Starship e.V.
www.starship-magazine.org
redaktion@starship-magazine.org

from 21:30:
Music by Julian Göthe and Eric D. Clark
Rauschgold
Mehringdamm 62, 10961 Berlin

 

OUT

 

Judith Hopf, OUT
Video, 2 min 38 sec, 2018

Idea, Director: Judith Hopf
Camera: Florian Zeyfang
Compositing: Martin Ebner
Edit: Judith Hopf
Production Assistant: Anna Herms
Special thanks to Robert … and Mart Heinemann

 

as part of
Judith Hopf
Stepping Stairs
10 February – 15 April 18

KW Institute for Contemporary Art
Auguststraße 69, 10117 Berlin

 

 

Annette Wehrmann, Luftschlangen @ KW

Annette Wehrmann, Luftschlangentexte
Berlin 2013, 80 Seiten
Edited by Starship and Ort des Gegen e.V.
ISSN 1619-2052
9,99 EUR

 

Annette Wehrmann: Luftschlangen
(Serpentine Streamers)
10 February – 11 March 18

KW Institute for Contemporary Art
Auguststraße 69, 10117 Berlin
3rd floor

Opening: 9 February 18, 7 pm

 

As part of the accompanying program for the exhibition Stepping Stairs by Judith Hopf an own space is dedicated to the Luftschlangen (Serpentine Streamers) works by artist Annette Wehrmann (1961–2010) at the third floor at KW Institute for Contemporary Art. The presentation comprises replica of her Luftschlangen as well as audio recordings of her reading-performances. In the 1990s, Wehrmann implemented her Luftschlangen within self-organized artists’ spaces, where she read her texts—typed on paper streamer—along the windings and loops of the material. The texts unite everyday observations with philosophical and aesthetic inquiries. In her performances, Wehrmann created visual poetry in space, under the consideration of art in the social context. The artist realized her anarchical works by using ephemeral and cheap materials. She encountered socio-political questions with utopian, feminist, and even fantastic counter proposals.

9 March 18, 7 pm
The installation of Annette Wehrmann’s Serpentine Streamers closes with a reading of her writing by Judith Hopf combined with a screening of selected films by Wehrmann.

Made possible with the support of Ort des Gegen e. V./ Estate Annette Wehrmann
With special thanks to Erzsébet Ambrus-Möhle, Sophie Boysen, Isabelle Demin, and Chinh Nguyen Thi

 

 

Starship @ Halle für Kunst, Lüneburg


Halle fuer Kunst cordially invites to

STARSHIP

December 11, 2017 – December 17, 2017
Halle fuer Kunst Lüneburg
Reichenbachstrasse 2, 21335 Lüneburg

 

In the week from December 11 to 16, 2017, the Berlin art magazine Starship will be a guest at the Halle fuer Kunst Lüneburg, where they will work on a new issue to be published in January 2018. The last issues of Starship were also edited and produced in cooperation with institutions in a similarly open way upon the invitation of the Kunsthal Aarhus and the gallery Supportico Lopez in Berlin.

Starship, a magazine that has been published in Berlin since 1998, is not unusual in regard to its form and manner of editing, but it is nevertheless unique. It was established by artists and has been published by artists for close to 20 years. Such a long period of publication is not the rule for a self-financed art magazine. This is made possible by Starship’s institutional independence and a number of characteristic strategies and cooperation projects, including changing formats, exhibitions, an own publishing house and distribution, as well as a flexible publication frequency.
All works by the artists shown in Starship are original contributions for Starship. The production of the magazine therefore resembles that of an exhibition. Each new issue starts on a wall on which the artist’s contributions are set up in varying constellations for the period of two months. During this time, they are hung and re-hung, discussed and further developed with the artists. The theme of each issue of Starship evolves out of these discussions.
A basic element of Starship are the columnists. Columnists are writers and artists responsible for one part of Starship – their columns – in each issue. The long and varied list of columnists to date includes Amelie von Wulffen, Judith Hopf, Karl Holmqvist, Jakob Kolding, Mark von Schlegell, Tenzing Barshee, Hans-Christian Dany, Chris Kraus, Mercedes Bunz, Vera Tollmann, Stephanie Fezer, Florian Zeyfang, Christopher Mueller, and many others.

Since 2014, Starship has been edited by Gerry Bibby, Nikola Dietrich, Martin Ebner, Ariane Müller, and Henrik Olesen.

Martin Ebner and Ariane Müller will present the magazine, talk about the artists contributing to the next issue and play music on Friday, December 15, 2017, from 6 to 9pm.
Starship working at Kunsthalle Lüneburg is a public endeavour. We would like to invite you to take a look at how Starship is produced, browse through old issues and read new texts.


Programme

Talk, music and conversation by and with Martin Ebner and Ariane Müller
Friday, December 15, 2017, 6 – 9pm

Workshop »Wir machen eine Zeitschrift« with Maria Smith
Sunday, December 17, 2017, 3 – 5.30pm
For children and teenagers aged 7 to 14

With generous support by Land Niedersachsen, the Sparkassenstiftung Lüneburg, the Lüneburgischer Landschaftsverband, Hansestadt Lüneburg and VGH-Stiftung.