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  • Item:MER-390

    Tight: Repeating Boredom / Hall / Privaat, Rita Mc Bride, Koenraad Dedobbeleer

    Part artist book, part exhibition catalogue published as a component of three joint exhibitions by Koenraad Dedobbeleer and Rita McBride: 'Tight: Repeating Bordedom' at FRAC Bourgogne, Dijon (21.06–12.09.2008), 'Hall', Kunsthalle Bern (04.10–30.11.2008) and 'Privaat', Mu.ZEE, Oostende (24.01–01.03.2009).





    The book consists of 2 contributions by the artists and a photographic documentation of the exhibitions.



    Both Rita Mc Bride and Koenraad Dedobbeleer are artists who investigate the relation between architecture and institutional and social context, and the confrontation of their strangely connected/disconnected pratices has resulted in 3 highly intelligent shows and a book collaboration with MER.


    €39.50
  • Item:MER-367

    An Orderly Fashion, Cum*




    €15.00
  • Item:MER-353

    ZERO 1957-1966, NY 2008





    Published on the occasion of the exhibition 'Zero in New York' at Sperone Westwater, NY, 2008.

    This opulently illustrated catalogue offers a unique English compendium to the Dusseldorf-based Zero movement, which went on to attract an international cadre of collaborators and affiliates including Nanda Vigo, Yayoi Kusama, Yves Klein, Jean Tinguely, Tsuruko Yamazaki, Arman, and many others. Its history is traced from its immediate beginnings in 1957 to its dissolution in 1966, only one year after New York's Museum of Modern Art exhibited 'The Responsive Eye', in which many artists of the Zero avant-garde took part.


    €49.50
  • Item:MER-331

    ZOOM in ZOOM out, Z33 Design & Art Projects collected





    Zoom In Zoom Out is the third publication about Z33. The first edition was a compilation of the first two years of Z33 (2003-2005), the second publication (2006-2007) gave a comprehensive report of the exhibitions and activities of Z33.

    This third edition brings together six exhibition projects, from No. 14 (2006) to No. 19 (2008), with more than 130 artists, designers, architects, scientists and researchers - from Martí Guixé to Laszlo Moholy-Nagy to Studio Job, from Marina Yee to Ann Veronica Janssens to Ryoji Ikeda - in text and pictures.


    €20.00
  • Item:MER-330

    Nano, Dirk Vander Eecken





    Artist book in a limited edition of 200 copies.


    €35.00
  • Item:MER-328

    Academia, Qui es-tu? (FR)

    Academia: Qui es-tu? is the second part of a trilogy, which opened with  Artempo in Venice, 2007, and focused on the impact of ‘Time’ on art, as a source of destruction, but also of production. The publication Academia: Qui es-tu? was made on the occasion of the eponym exposition held on the site of the chapel of the l’École des Beaux-Arts in Paris and examines the dynamic processes of artistic creation. Laureate for the Plantin Moretus award 2009.


    €49.50
  • Item:MER-326

    Freestate



    This catalogue features as a retrospective of the exhibition Freestate (Ostend, 2006), which showed work by twenty young Belgian artists and one collective. The catalogue not only provides a visual overview of the works on display, it also displays a series of post factum reflections on the autonomy of art and the context of the exhibition such as: its relation to space and its boundaries, the state of Belgian art, the position of the artist in the current-day consumption and spectacle society, …The exhibition showed works by Sven Augustijnen, Virginie Bailly, Vaast Colson, Louis De Cordier, Koen De Decker, Stefaan, Geert Goiris, HAP, Peter Lagast, Lawrence Malstaf, Wesley Meuris, David Neirings, Benoît Platéus, Gert Robijns, Helmut Stallaerts, Koen van den Broek, Raphaël van Lerberghe, Pieter Vermeersch, Katleen Vermeir en Katrien Vermeire.


    €20.00
  • Item:MER-324

    Recyclable Refugee Camp, Ives Maes



    The Belgian artist Ives Maes started his Recyclable Refugee Camp project in an ironic attempt to make 100% ethic correct art. By this statement Maes refers to a tradition of the ethical obligation that art should have a social relevance. The result is a Gesamtkunstwerk of recyclable living units existing of organic structures such as hideaways, latrines and water sources built according to the rules of the UN Refugee Agency. Maes questions the touristic view in which we look at the world, the voyeuristic impulse of the human being and the documenting role the art world tries to fulfil. 


    €29.90
  • Item:MER-274

    35 jaar Frans Masereel Centrum





    The Frans Masereel Centrum (founded 1972) celebrates its 35th anniversary. It is a dynamic, diverse and forward-looking international center for contemporary art, with a focus on the graphic image. Not just a center for creation but also a center where knowledge, international cooperation, exploration and public participation are the point of focus. The work of the contemporary artists represented in this book show a great affinity with the graphic medium.



    Work by Jochem Vanden Ecker, Mira Sanders, Helena Sidiropoulos, Koenraad Dedobbeleer, Nico Dockx, Philip Jones, Willo Gonnissen, Agnes and Fred Geofrray Simaey.


    €24.50

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