January 17 2018 06:00PM
Croissant. A timely selection for KW Institute of Contemporary Art, Berlin

If / When in Berlin. We have made a tailored selection of 50-some titles for KW, most beloved art venue in town. The books will be presented, updated, shifted…

January 19 2018 06:00PM
Pasolini’s Bodies and Places

Ciao ragazzi! Join us for the launch of a very special publication by Edition Patrick Frey, and a maybe spectacular 3-days’ film projection on our windows. Hosted by Benedikt Reichenbach, who put the book back on our memories…

BJÖRK, Karl Georg Staffan; TORMELL, Monica; VON ZWEIGBERGK, Felicia (cur.)
Krust Gorilla

A publication for the exhibition “Krust Gorilla,” initiated by Karl Georg Staffan Björk, Monica Tormell, and Felicia Von Zweigbergk, realized in the garage of Butcher’s Tears in…

JAMISON, Aaron Flint
Block 2

Livre d’artiste, textes et images, couleurs, impression offset et typographie sur divers papiers, 112 pages, 7 cahiers de 16 pages, format 12 × 21 cm, reliure plein carton, toilée, cousue/collée, dos carré, dorure à chaud…

PARKER, McIntyre (ed.)

A slim book about Pied-à-terre, an off-space run by McIntyre Parker from 2009 to 2016. The volume gathers texts and contributions by artists, curators, and writers who visited or worked with Pied, forming little by little…

DUCHAMP, Marcel; ROCHÉ, Henri-Pierre; WOOD, Beatrice;
The Blind Man

The Blind Man and rongwrong were seminal New York Dada magazines edited and published by Marcel Duchamp, Henri-Pierre Roché, and Beatrice Wood in 1917. This facsimile edition, introduced by Sophie Seita, celebrates the…

Writers Who Love Too Much: New Narrative Writing 1977-1997

In the twenty years that followed America’s bicentennial, narrative writing was re-formed, reflecting new political and sexual realities. With the publication of this anthology, the New Narrative era bounds back to life,…

KRAUS, Chris
After Kathy Acker

The camera zooms closer in on her face when he reaches the part where she identifies him as her father and threatens to make him shrivel into nothing if he fails in this role.

MEYER, Bernadette

"Everybody makes love to their bereft & go
I'd like to know you right this second
But you would't dare come here for the fear
I have of eating this open sandwich I've got [...]

WOLF, Uljana
Subsisters: Selected Poems

"This bi-floral or even tri-floral book of poems is for falselandy neighbouring nearspeakers who prefer to hold ear to phoneme to wit. Arranged according to the pleasures of a collaborative conversation between co-translating…

The Pink Trance Notebooks

Trance Notebook #11
[the nearby succulence of fag ideation]

ordered chambray
pants for mother
and cotton/cashmere hoodie

abstract painter compared
a man's basket
to three squirrels

Fifty Years of Art Graphics

Starting from the work of one of the leading members of the Italian Transavanguardia movement, this catalog about art books and graphics underlines, thanks to a broad array of images and written contributions, the relevance…

BENDER, Annika
Death of an Art Critic / Tod einer Kritikerin

Annika Bender was one of the pseudonyms of artists Dominic Osterried and Steffen Zillig, who wrote the blog Donnerstag (now discontinued) under her name. To make the criticism she proposed possible, and make public its…

DAVEY, Moyra
Gold Dumps and Ant Hills

Shot in South Africa in 1992, Moyra Davey’s Gold Dumps and Ant Hills is a series of black-and-white photographs of mounds left behind by two types of excavation—one human and one animal. For Davey, the pairings…

BOVIER, François (ed.)
Early Video Art and Experimental Films Networks

Early Video Art and Experimental Films Networks traces the diffuse international networks through which video art and experimental films circulated during the late sixties and early seventies. It explores forgotten…

RIEDEL, Michael

Michael Riedel (*1972) has spent the past twenty years in the creation of a body of work that is often misunderstood and bears almost no comparison with any other. Similar to the Gemini’s spell, by which an object through…

FERRAN, Bronac
The Smell of Ink and Soil. The Story of [Edition] Hansjörg Mayer

Hansjörg Mayer's pioneering work as a typographer, publisher and permaculture farmer is collected in this book, which includes the first bibliography of all his publications (under his name and through collaborations with…

KREBBER, Michael
The Living Wedge Part II. Bern 2017

An overview of thirty year's worth of painting, drawing, collaging and sculpting, then back to painting, by a fundamentally great artist.

The publication is divided in two parts, Part…

KREBBER, Michael
The Living Wedge Part I. Porto 2016

An overview of thirty year's worth of painting, drawing, collaging and sculpting, then back to painting, by a fundamentally great artist.

The publication is divided in two parts, Part I being mostly dedicated to…

ROSE, Rachel
Rachel Rose

In her video collages, New York artist Rachel Rose interweaves historical recordings with her own visual material, combining voices, eras, and places to create collage-like moving imagery. The artist, who studied art history…

Bad Reputation. Performances, Essays, Interviews

A runaway at thirteen, a reform-school graduate at sixteen, a performer in the legendary New York City Playhouse of the Ridiculous at seventeen, and an escapee from Andy Warhol’s Factory scene at nineteen, Penny Arcade…

BRODSKY, Alexander; UTKIN, Ilya
Cancelled 6/21/90 (English Edition)

This beautifully crafted book is part of a series in an ambitious publishing project. Printing quality is astounding. All books are specially printed on four blacks plus a grey and present some hologram parts on cover…

Duty Free Art. Art in the Age of Planetary Civil War

What is the function of art in the era of digital globalization?
How can one think of art institutions in an age defined by planetary civil war, growing inequality, and proprietary digital technology? The boundaries…

A New Novel

Chapter Three: La Vie Emotionnelle

Along with the lists, he maps out his thoughts as they occur:

- Bernard fisting story

- How to enter Keller a different person (stage set, etc., story of the turd…

art sex music

"Please note: This book contains explicit imagery. Limited editions will be in a slipcase, then wrapped and sealed in brown paper."

[publisher's note]

KRAUS, Chris

"The latest novel from the author of cult super-hit I Love Dick, now an Amazon Prime TV series starring Kathryn Hahn and Kevin Bacon"

[publisher's note]

MYLES, Eileen
Chelsea Girls

Eileen Myles essential autobiographical novel finally available à pas cher for all you broke poets.


Hand annotated and signed copy.

"Translationships was a long-term work initiated in 2011 (up to 2014), which consisted in set of diverse operations dealing with failure, digital depression, performance anxiety,…

NÜSSLI, Christof
Withheld due to:

“The old world is dying and the new cannot be born;
in this interregnum a great variety of morbid symptoms appear.”
(Antonio Gramsci)

Withheld due to: deals with one of the greatest torture…

NKANGA, Otobong
Luster and Lucre

Première monographie documentant une recherche de trois ans autour de l'exploitation du mica : l'artiste en a puisé un ensemble d'œuvres varié, comprenant des poèmes, des dessins, des sculptures modulaires et des performances.


Dexter Sinister
The Contemporary Condition. Notes on the Type, Time, Letters & Spirits

Three interconnected palimpsest essays recount (1) the backstory of a “meta” font recently updated by Dexter Sinister and used to typeset the Contemporary Condition book series, (2) a broad history…

ERNST, Wolfgang
The Contemporary Condition. The Delayed Present Media-Induced Tempor(e)alities & Techno-traumatic Irritations of “the Contemporary”

In the media theatre of contemporary culture, a drama unfolds: While the human sense of “the present” is challenged by the immediacy of analog signal transmission and the delays of digital data processing,…

Raqs Media Collective
The Contemporary Condition. We Are Here, But Is It Now? (The Submarine Horizons of Contemporaneity)

It is said that we know more about far-away galaxies than we do about the bottom of the oceans on earth. One could say something similar about our relationship to the future and to the contemporary.…

HUBERMAN, Anthony (ed.)

Feat. Zarouhie Abdalian, Terry Atkinson, Lutz Bacher, Eva Barto, Neil Beloufa, Patricia L. Boyd, Jay DeFeo, Trisha Donnelly, Harun Farocki, Richard Hamilton, Aaron Flint Jamison, Jacob Kassay, Garry Neill Kennedy, Louise…

RAMA, Carol

"Rama’s exhibition at the New Museum brings together over 150 of her paintings, objects and works on paper, highlighting her consistent fascination with the representation of the body. This book celebrates the independence…

Harumi Gals

"This catalogue for an exhibition features a selection of iconic illustrations created by Harumi Yamaguchi for the PARCO chain of department stores in Japan. Since 1972, Yamaguchi has depicted female figures using airbrush…

The Run Home Book
"Livre d'artiste de la designer de mode d'avant-garde new-yorkaise.
Publié à l'occasion de la présentation de la collection RUN HOME chez Ralph Pucci,…
365 days of invisible work

365 Days of Invisible Work is a compendium of political representations of domestic work collected by the Domestic Worker Photographer Network, an online community of amateur photographers made up of…

The Artist as Curator

This is an anthology of essays that first appeared in The Artist as Curator, a series that occupied eleven issues of Mousse from no. 41 (December 2013/January 2014) to…


"This is the first monograph on KP Brehmer to appear in English and the first major publication on the artist since the Museum Friedericianum Kassel catalogue in 1998. Part of Capitalist Realism - the initiative centred…

The Future is Invented with Fragments from the Past

"The show is the last exhibition project that Maria Lassnig was able to plan personally with the curator Hans Ulrich Obrist. Around fifty works are on show - paintings and works on paper, especially watercolours - which…

A World View: John Latham

"John Latham is widely considered a pioneer of British conceptual art. His multifaceted practice encompasses sculpture, installation, painting, film, land art, engineering, found-object, assemblage, performance happenings…

ARANDA, Julieta; WOOD, Brian Kuan; CAIN-NIELSEN, Kaye; SQUIBB, Stephen; VIDOKLE, Anton (eds.)
e-flux journal – What's Love (or Care, Intimacy, Warmth, Affection) Got to Do with It?

It is often said that we no longer have an addressee for our political demands. But that’s not true. We have each other. What we can no longer get from the state, the party, the union, the boss, we ask for from one another.…


Gestalt is an overview of the diverse artistic practice of Fos, whose works explore how the language of objects and space define us as social beings. The book sits somewhere between a monograph and an artist book,…

Lozano c.1962

Interest has steadily grown in the career of the American painter Lee Lozano (1930–99) over the last decade, specifically in her move toward conceptual art that culminated in her boycott of women for nearly the last 30…

Private Book #3

So intense. Also feels a little like a profanation. Facsimile edition of 3 notebooks (soon to be published, the entire collection of 11 pieces) by Lee Lozano (1930-99), an artist who has marked conceptualism with a severe…

"I'm Still Coming"

A dual catalogue and archival exposé that explores the pivotal exhibition, Coming to Power: 25 Years of Sexually X-Plicit Art By Women, originally curated by the late artist, Ellen Cantor, in 1993, along…

Gay International Inc. (ed)
Gay Areas Telephone Directory

Facsimile edition. Originally published in 1983 by Gay International Inc.

This queer directory featured listings and advertisements for businesses friendly towards or catering to lesbians and gay men at a time…