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  • Item:MER-195

    Barrio – Beuys ........, Artur Barrio

    The 'Barrio - Beuys' exhibition presents the work of these two artists for the first time in an 'imaginary dialogue'. The SMAK will be the first museum where Artur Barrio has created a temporary installation so closely related to the museum, and parallel to the work of Joseph Beuys. Following this, Artur Barrio will visit several other European museums with a substantial Beuys collection where he will be able to continue his 'imaginary dialogue'.


    €29.50
  • Item:MER-191

    Z33 (No. 0 – No. 7) = Z33 , (06/2002 – 10/2004)

    This book shows an overview of the projects held in Z33, a centre of contemporary art and design based in Hasselt, between June 2002 and October 2004. The projects are divided into 7 chapters running from No. 0 to No.7, each defining their own theme and investigation project. 


    €9.00
  • Item:MER-204

    A Short Story, Julião Sarmento

    This artist book has been published on the occasion of the exhibition 'Juliao Sarmento' at the Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens, Deurle, Belgium (13.11.2005–15.01.2006).




    €19.50
  • Item:MER-192

    De XXIII, De cross-over katernen in DWB

    Between 2001 and 2004 the literary magazine Dietsche Warande & Belfort, under the patronage of Cera, made 23 booklets in which the cross-over between art and literature creates a unique form. In most of the cases they experimented with a factory-formula: writers and artists worked together to make something that wasn’t there before, and couldn’t have been made without the command of DW&B. In the book XXIII curator Luk Lambrecht, graphic designer Luc Derycke and compilers Hugo Bousset and Paul Tanghe helped to create and take the experiments even further. 


    €19.50
  • Item:MER-207

    Implants, Els Vander Meersch





    Photography book by Els Vanden Meersch. Central theme is the memory of architecture. The historical scope of this publication reinforces the thematic sensibilities of her earlier phographic work: the control mechanisms, the paranoia and the latent violence behind large-scale building constructions.


    €25.00
  • Item:MER-209

    Gorge(l), Beklemming en verademing in kunst





    This exhibition catalogue is built around the long essay 'Throat Turnings' by curator Sofie Van Loo. All the images are gatherd in the middle part of the book and includes works by James Ensor, Merlin Spie, Frida Kahlo, Marlene Dumas, Peter Buggenhout, Francesca Woodman and many other.

    Published on the occasion of the exhibition 'Gorge(l). Oppression and relief in art' in the Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Antwerp (07.10.2006–07.01.2007).


    €40.00
  • Item:MER-254

    Cahier de brouillons, Werner Mannaers



    Cahier de brouillons shows over 600 drawings selected from on ongoing archive by Belgian painter Werner Mannaers. 


    €40.00
  • Item:MER-233

    Study Book (Drawing Papers 59), Joëlle Tuerlinckx

    Exhibition catalogue that turned out to be a true artist book made up of hundreds of b/w photographs taken by Tuerlinkx forming a radical walk-through of her exhibition 'Drawing Inventory' at the Drawing Center, New York (25.05–22.04.2006).



    “Coopting the living museum as a found object and employing its empty forms - vitrines, labels, walls, and frames - to probe, measure, and reconfigure the relations between objects and people within the institutional setting, Tuerlinckx is a provocative operator.”





    Laureate for the Plantin Moretus Award 2008




    €65.00
  • Item:MER-590

    Mamamania, Karolien Vanderstappen

    This book is written and illustrated by illustrator Karolien Vanderstappen. Mamamania is about all kinds of mothers. Giving them a characteristic name, Vanderstappen creates 12 new words existing in a fantastic word-mash, beautifully and humorously illustrated.


    €15.00

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