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    R, C

    Maria Toumazou, Koula Savvidou, Tasos Lamnisos / x.ypno, Stelios Ilchuk, Julie Peeters, Tom Engels

    2022

    prefaces to appendage

    Arnisa Zeqo, Iris Touliatou, Julie Peeters, Lisa Holzer, Tom Engels, Quinn Latimer

    2022

    we sat rigid except for the parts of our bodies that were needed for production

    Celeste Burlina, Tom Engels, Laura Guy, Calla Henkel, Sandra Lahire, Julie Peeters, Charlotte Procter, Kerstin Schroedinger, Miriam Stoney

    2022

    Play-White

    Bianca Baldi

    2021

    Triple Candie: Grazer Kunstverein, 2017–2020

    Triple Candie, Kate Strain

    2019

    Non-Functional Thoughts (1978-2018)

    Cesare Pietroiusti

    2018

    Oceans of Love: The Uncontainable Gregory Battcock

    Gregory Battcock

    2016

    Elio Montanari: Quis Erudiet Without Documenta

    Pier Paolo Calzolari, Catherine David, Donna Ferrato, Elio Montanari, November Paynter

    2015

    FH

    Friedrich Karl Herko, Matthias Herrmann

    2015

    Vincent Fecteau: The good the bad and the ugly

    Vincent Fecteau,Krist Gruijthuijsen

    2015

    Mierle Laderman Ukeles: Seven Work Ballets

    Kari Conte, Tom Finkelpearl, Krist Gruijthuijsen, Shannon Jackson, Mierle Laderman Ukeles

    2015

    Lisa Oppenheim: Works 2003–2013

    Florence Derieux, Krist Gruijthuijsen, Lisa Oppenheim, Bettina Steinbruegge

    2014

    DURCH 12

    Doug Ashford, Josef Bauer, Nina Beier, Eva Berendes, Sarah Browne, Tyler Coburn, Céline Condorelli, Victoria Dejaco, Will Holder, Beatrice Gibson, Maxine Kopsa, Germaine Kruip, Jan Mot, Willem Oorebeek, Raivo Puusemp, David Reinfurt & Stuart Bailey (Dexter Sinister), Lucy Skaer, Kate Strain, Mierle Laderman Ukeles, Robert Wilhite, Tirdad Zolghadr

    2014

    Josef Bauer: Works 1965–Today

    Josef Bauer, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Krist Gruijthuijsen, Bettina Steinbrügge, Thomas Zaunschirm

    2014

    Ronald Jones

    Jason Dodge, Peter Halley, Ronald Jones, Angie Keefer

    2014

    The Lip Anthology: An Australian Feminist Arts Journal 1976–1984

    Vivan Ziherl

    2013

    Writings and Conversations by Doug Ashford

    Doug Ashford, Krist Gruijthuijsen

    2013

    Raivo Puusemp, Beyond Art – Dissolution of Rosendale, N.Y.

    Raivo Puusemp

    2012

    The Symbolic Commissioner

    Søren Grammel, Michael Hirsch, Mari Laanemets, Ruby Sircar, Jan Verwoert

    2010

    Michaela Meise: ze gym. Der moderne Körper: Gymnastik, Bodybuilding, Pilates, Yoga

    Michaela Meise

    2009

    Mladen Stilinović: On Money and Zeroes

    Søren Grammel, Mari Laanemets, Mladen Stilinović, Branka Stipančić

    2008

    Vojin Bakić

    Vojin Bakić, Jerko Derengi, Milan Prelog, WHW Zagreb

    2008

    Andreas Fogarasi: Information

    Andreas Fogarasi, Søren Grammel, Vanessa Joan Müller

    2008

    Tom Holert: Quellen der Unsicherheit

    Tom Holert, Søren Grammel

    2008

    Bernd Krauß: für die hinterm Vorhang leben

    Søren Grammel, Bernd Krauß

    2007

    __fabrics interseason: DÖBLING REFORM: panier und biobourgeoisie

    __fabrics interseason, Robert Gassner, Søren Grammel

    2007

    Es ist schwer das Reale zu berühren

    Søren Grammel, Maria Lind, Hito Steyerl

    2007

    Eine Person allein in einem Raum mit Coca-Cola-farbenen Wänden

    Søren Grammel, Jan Verwoert

    2006

    Routes. Imaging travel and migration

    Stuart Hall, Christian Kravagna, Erden Kosova, Eva Maria Stadler

    2006

    Martin Beck: an Exhibit. viewed played populated

    Martin Beck, Christian Höller, Eva Maria Stadler

    2005

    Claudia & Julia Müller

    Daniel Baumann, Charles Esche, Madeleine Schuppli, Eva Maria Stadler

    2004

    Josef Dabernig: Proposal for a New Kunsthaus, not further developed

    Josef Dabernig, Christian Kravagna

    2004

    Jonathan Monk: & MILK. Today is just a copy of yesterday

    Jonathan Monk

    2004

    Die unsichtbare Masse, Medienmasse und Massenmedien_steirischer herbst 2003

    Arbeit am Leben. Das Gespenstische Soziale des Kinos

    Helmut Draxler, Albert Gramer, Eva Maria Stadler

    2003

    Mathias Poledna: Actualité

    Diedrich Diederichsen, Pamela M. Lee, Mathias Poledna, Eva Maria Stadler

    2002

    The Global Complex

    Saskia Asser, Els Barents, Fernando Castro Flórez, Doris von Drathen, Mika Hannula, Hou Hanru, Markus Heinzelmann, Paulo Herkenhoff, Christian Höller, Carlo McCormick, Thomas Mulcaire, Gerda Ridler, Genoveva Rückert, Christa Schneebauer, Andreas Spiegl, Reinhard Spieler,Martin Sturm, Rob Tufnell, Jan Verwoert, Rainer Zendron

    2002

    DURCH 11. Elisabeth Printschitz

    Hildegund Amanshauser, Helmuth Draxler, Christine Frisinghelli, Robert Fleck, Christian Fleck, Rainer Götz, Richard Hoeck, Elfriede Jelinek, Joseph Kosuth, Freya Krummel, Jörg Laederach, Elisabeth List, Greil Marcus, Eva Meyer, Giulia Niccolai, Peter Pakesch, Rosa Pock, Elisabeth Schleebrügge, Johannes Schlebrügge, Mariella Simoni, Eva Maria Stadler, Sissi Tax, Matta Wagnest, Heimo Zobernig

    2001

    Timewave Zero. A psychedelic Reader

    Lionel Bouvier, Angela Bulloch, Diedrich Diederichsen, Michel Foucault, Brion Gysin, Jörg Heiser, Albert Hofmann, Timothy Leary, John McCracken, Mai-Thu Perret, Sadie Plant, Alexander Shulgin, Ann Shulgin

    2001

    Re_public. Zur Wahrnehmung des Öffentlichen als Öffentliches

    Sebastian Huber, Eva Maria Stadler, Thomas Trummer

    2000

    Dorit Margreiter: Short Hills

    Dorit Margreiter, Eva Maria Stadler, Yvonne Volkart

    2000

    Bildung. Information, Kommunikation und Didaktik

    Eva Maria Stadler, Thomas Trummer

    1999

    Hans-Peter Feldmann: Bilder

    Hans-Peter Feldmann, Eva Maria Stadler

    1999

    Mise en Scène. Theater und Kunst (Texts)

    Antonin Artaud, André Bazin, Diedrich Diederichsen, Robert Fleck, Dan Graham, Sebastian Huber, Wolfgang Kralicek, Eva Maria Stadler, Thomas Trummer, Sybille Wirsing, Vitus Weh,

    1998

    Mise en Scène. Theater und Kunst (Pictures)

    Sebastian Huber, Eva Maria Stadler, Thomas Trummer

    1998

    DURCH 10. The Sick Soul

    John Collier, Clegg & Guttmann, Harold Garfinkel, Daniela Olotu-Goettfried, Douglas Harper, Leonard M. Henny, Eric S. Knowels, Charles F. Matter, R. Dennis Middlemist, Stanley Milgram, Susan Sackett, Eva Maria Stadler, Astrid Wege, Ulf Wuggenig

    1996

    Chapmanworld

    Dinos Chapman, Jake Chapman, David Falconer, Douglas Fogle, ICA Publications, Nick Land

    1996

    Fernbedienung. Does television inform the way art is mad

    Klemens Gruber, Lynne Joyrich, Theo Ligthart, Jeff Rian, Johann Skocek, Eva Maria Stadler, Thomas Trummer

    1996

    Self Made

    Fritz Heubach,Wolfgang Pauser, Collier Schorr, Richard Shusterman, Eva Maria Stadler, Thomas Trummer

    1995

    steirischer herbst 1994. Grazer Kunstverein

    Eva Maria Stadler

    1994

    esprit d’amusement

    Joshua Decter, Susanne Gargerle, Mario Klarer, Eva Maria Stadler, Thomas Trummer, Christian G. Triebel,

    1994

    REAL AIDS 

    Hildegund Amanshauser, John Baldessari, Louise Bourgeois, Marcel Broodthaers, André Cadere, Larry Clark , Jef Geys, Eva Hesse, Adolf Krischanitz, Elke Krystufek, Christian Kravagna, Eleonora Louis, Pierre Molinier, Georg Schöllhammer, Robert Smithson, Eva Maria Stadler, Thomas Trummer

    1993

    REAL TEXT. Reflection on the periphery of the subject

    Douglas Crimp, Teresa de Lauretis, Silvia Eiblmayr, Paul Feyerabend, Peter Gorsen, Barbara Jaffee, Christian Kravagna, Richard Rorty, Jaqueline Rose, Georg Schöllhammer, Francisco J. Varela, Amy Winter, Robert W. Witkin

    1993

    Plakate

    Bernhard Denscher, Robert Fleck, Christian Gargerle, Peter Pakesch, Franz West, Gert Winkler

    1992

    Martin Kippenberger: Old Vienna Posters

    Martin Kippenberger

    1992

    Michael Zinganel: QWERTYUIOPASDFGHJKLZXCVBNM

    Heinz Gappmayr, Michael Zinganel

    1991

    Zeichnungen 1

    Herbert Brandl, Werner Büttner, Ika Huber, Horst Münch, Albert Oehlen, Max Wechsler, Otto Zitko

    1990

    Durch 8/9

    Rasheed Araeen, Georges Bataille, Michel de Certeau, Clémentine Deliss, Isabelle Graw, Lubaina Himid, Stuart Morgan, John Picton, Elisabeth Printschitz, Paul Rabinow, Simon Underwood

    1990

    DURCH 6/ 7. Vor aller Augen

    Benjamin Buchloh, Klaus Bussman, Clegg & Guttmann, Douglas Crimp, Clémentine Deliss, Andrea Fraser, Christian Gargerle, Alexander Gankin, Peter Pakesch, Elisabeth Printschitz, Dietmar Steiner, Johann Georg Sulzer, Peter Weibel

    1990

    Aus Grazer Sammlungen

    Siegfried Anzinger, Jörg Bauböck, Wolfgang Bauer, Peter Baum, Bernhard Johannes Blume, Günter Brus, Leonora Carrington, Wolf-Dieter Eigner, Anne Gutjahr, Werner Gutjahr, Horst Gerhard Haberl, Judith Jauschowetz, Dr. Johannes Koren, Freya Krummel, Wolfgang Lorenz, Ingrid Mayr, Jörg Mayr, Stuart Morgan, Albert Oehlen, Dr. Gertie Pakesch, Peter Pakesch,Elisabeth Printschitz, Helmut Reinisch, K. S., Wilfred Skreiner, David Skreiner, Karin Strobl, L. W.

    1989

    Ilija Šoškić

    Dragica Čakić, Mario Diacono, Elisabeth Printschitz, Ilija Šoškić

    1989

    Graz 1988

    Wolfgang Bauer, Bart Cassiman, Dennis Cooper, Juan Goytisolo, Mike Kelley, Cornelia Lauf, Eduard Limonov, Viktor Misiano, Tschempiony Mira, Peter Pakesch, Włodek Pawlak, Tim Power, Elisabeth Printschitz, Anda Rottenberg, Jana Sevcík, Jirí Sevcík, Ferdinand Schmatz

    1988

    Durch 5. Bildbeschreibungen

    Franz Josef Czernin, Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe, Leander Kaiser, Joseph Kosuth, Eva Meyer, Juan Muñoz, Peter Pakesch, Elisabeth Printschitz, Hartmut Skerbisch, Reiner Speck, Harald Szeemann, Elisabeth von Schlebrügge, Daniel Walter

    1988

    Ilya Kabakov: Vor dem Abendessen

    Ilya Kabakov, Peter Pakesch, Elisabeth Printschitz

    1988

    Michelangelo Pistoletto

    Bruno Corà, Peter Pakesch, Michelangelo Pistoletto

    1987

    Durch 3/ 4

    Werner Büttner, Guy Debord, Diedrich Diedrichsen, Rainald Goetz, Georg Herold, Jörg Immendorf, Asger Jorn, Michael Krebber, Markus Oehlen, Albert Oehlen, Roberto Ohrt, Peter Pakesch, Elisabeth Printschitz, Martin Prinzhorn, Mayo Thompson, Gil Wolmann

    1987

    Durch 2

    Raimund Abraham, Josif Bakstein, Joseph Brodsky, Jean-Joseph Goux, Boris Groys, Gary Indiana, Tama Janowitz, Jonas Mekas, Viktor Misiano, Heiner Müller, Glen O’Brien, Peter Pakesch, Elisabeth Printschitz, Dimitrij A. Prigov, David Robbins, Hans-Joachim Schlegel, Volker Schögler, Arlette Sennegon-Meister, Willis Truitt, Vadim Zacharov

    1987

    Albert Oehlen: Der Übel

    Peter Pakesch, Albert Oehlen

    1987

    Bildhauerzeichnungen

    Bruno Corà, Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe, Antje von Graevenitz, Rafael Jablonka, Hubert Klocker, Dieter Koepplin, Ulrich Loock, Peter Pakesch, John Yau

    1987

    Malerei – Wandmalerei

    Dieter Bogner, Markus Brüderlin, Otto Demus, Christian Gagerle, Ludwig Hevesi, Friedrich Kiesler, Georg Schöllhammer, Denys Zacharopoulos

    1987

    Die Wahlverwandtschaften

    Elechi Amadi, Alberto Boatto, Konrad Bayer, Elias Canetti, Raymond Carver, Daniil Charmes, Joseph Conrad, Alain Cueff, Gustave Flaubert, Sigmund Freud, Allen Ginsberg, Jenny Holzer, Per Kirkeby, Pierre Klossowski, Joseph Kosuth, Giacomo Leopardi, Thomas Mann, Mario Merz, Peter Pakesch, Edgar Allen Poe, Ezra Pound, Reinhard Pressnitz, Dieter Roth, Claude Royet-Journoud, August Ruhs, Johannes von Schlebrügge, Ferdinand Schmatz, William Shakespeare, Mariella Simoni, Daniel Walter, Franz West, Elisabeth Wiesmayr-Schlebrügge, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Denys Zacharopoulos

    1986

    Durch 1 

    Klaus Feichtenberger, Rudolf Haller, Rolf Herken, Peter Kogler, Peter Pakesch, Roger Penrose, Elisabeth Printschitz, August Ruhs, Ferdinand Schmatz, Elisabeth Schweeger, Albert Oehlen, Peter Weibel, John A. Wheeler, Oswald Wiener, Erich Wonder

    1986

    Druckgraphik. 1970–85

    Bice Curiger, Martin Disler, Monika Faber, Johannes Gachnang, Günther Gercken, Per Kirkeby, Peter Pakesch, David Shapiro, Emilio Vedova, Wolfgang Wunderlich

    1986

    X

    ORDER

    R, C appeared in conjunction with the exhibition RHYTHM, CITIZEN by Maria Toumazou. It is the third in a series of small volumes of correspondence, responses, and conversations, which accompanies the exhibition program of Grazer Kunstverein. R, C is a visual and textual passage through living and making in the Nicosian landscape. It combines artist statement, photography, and rap. R, C summons three voices: On The Solitary Crossing Of Impassable Passages, a statement by Koula Savvidou, written on the occasion of her eponymous exhibition at Diaspro Art Center, Nicosia, in 1995; EXHAUST, a selection of lyrics written by Tasos Lamnisos / x.ypno for ΕΞΩΣΤ (2021), a 10-track album by steliosilchuk & x.ypno; and a selection of 26 photographs taken by Maria Toumazou between 2021 and 2022. 

    Editor: Tom Engels
    Conceptual Development: Maria Toumazou, Tom Engels, Julie Peeters
    Translation: EXHAUST: Tasos Lamnisos, Maria Toumazou/ On The Solitary Crossing of Impassable Passages: Maria Toumazou, Koula Savvidou, Tom Engels
    Graphic Design: Julie Peeters
    Printing and Binding: Benedict Press, Münsterschwarzach
    Edition: 350
    Typeface: Kleisch GK by Chiachi Chao
    64 pages, color, English
    ISBN: 978-3-9505230-2-7
    Price: 9,- euro, 5,- euro for members

    prefaces to appendage appeared in conjunction with the exhibition appendage by Iris Touliatou. It gathers a series of prefaces to the exhibition, written by Arnisa Zeqo, Lisa Holzer, Tom Engels, and Quinn Latimer, and preceded by scattered imagery of the Grazer Kunstverein's infrastructure before the arrival of appendage. Convened by Iris Touliatou, these voices conjure premonitions, blessings, openings, or, simply put, moments of an attached before

    Editor: Tom Engels
    Conceptual Development: Iris Touliatou, Tom Engels, Julie Peeters
    Graphic Design: Julie Peeters
    Copyediting: Tom Engels, Verena Borecky, Bryana Fritz
    Photography: Simon Veres
    Printing and Binding: Benedict Press, Münsterschwarzach
    Edition: 350
    Typeface: Kleisch GK by Chiachi Chao
    63 pages, b&w, English
    ISBN: 978-3-9505230-1-0
    Price: 9,- Euro, 5,- Euro for members

    This publication appeared in conjunction with the exhibition we sat rigid except for the parts of our bodies that were needed for production by Sandra Lahire and Celeste Burlina. It is the first in a series of small volumes of correspondence, responses, and conversations, which accompanies the exhibition program of Grazer Kunstverein.

    Editor: Tom Engels
    Contributions: Celeste Burlina, Tom Engels, Laura Guy, Calla Henkel, Sandra Lahire, Julie Peeters, Charlotte Procter, Kerstin Schroedinger, Miriam Stoney
    Graphic Design: Julie Peeters
    Editorial Assistance: Verena Borecky
    Copyediting: Tom Engels, Verena Borecky
    Printing and binding: Benedict Press, Münsterschwarzach
    Edition: 350
    Typeface: Kleisch GK by Chiachi Chao
    63 pages, b&w, English
    Softcover
    ISBN: 978-3-9505230-0-3
    Price: 7,– Euro, 4,– Euro for members

    As Bianca Baldi's publication Play-White sits amidst her recent video work of the same title and a newly commissioned series of textile works, the artist stages ideas around the complicated act of passing. Combining personal stories and literary characters, in a study of radical transgressions, camouflage, unspoken sadness and survival, Baldi draws on historical and zoomorphic research to present a compelling meditation on perception, embodiment, self-presentation, and the aesthetic thresholds of identity. With contributions by Bianca Baldi, Mika Conradie, Shoniqua Roach, Kate Strain, Pieternel Vermoortel, Amy Watson, and others. English-German translation by Anna-Sophie Springer, and design by Katharina Tauer & Wolfgang Hückel in collaboration with K. Verlag.

    English (with English German introductory essay)
    ca. 156 pages, 14 x 21 cm
    B/w & full-color images
    Softcover, thread-sewn with dust jacket
    ISBN 978-3-947858-29-3; Price: 24,– Euro

    The publication is produced in conjunction with Baldi’s exhibition Cameo at Grazer Kunstverein, 16 April to 13 June 2021.

    Editors: Triple Candie, Kate Strain
    Concept: Triple Candie
    Text: Kate Strain, Triple Candie, Maggie Armstrong
    Copyediting: Maggie Armstrong
    Translation: Dörte Eliass
    Proofreading: Tanja Gurke, Maggie Armstrong
    Design, Layout: Marc Hollenstein, Triple Candie
    104 pages, 29 b/w, 49 color illustr., 30,5 x 21,5 cm, German/English
    Mark Pezinger Books; 2019
    ISBN: 978-3-9504525-8-7; Price: 25,– Euro

    Revised and reprinted with German translation
    Translation: Victoria Dejaco
    Proofreading: Tanja Gurke
    Designer: Astrid Seme
    Curator: Kate Strain
    Mark Pezinger Verlag, 2018
    ISBN: 978-3-9504525-2-5
    Price: 10,– Euro

    Edited with an introduction by Joseph Grigely
    Design: Marc Hollenstein
    224 pages, 27 b/w, 38 color illustr., 24 x 17 cm, English
    Grazer Kunstverein, Kunstverein in Hamburg, Printed Matter, Koenig Books, 2016
    ISBN 978-3-86335-933-1
    Price: 25,– Euro

    For nearly thirty years, Elio Montanari has been photographing artists at work—either producing or installing their artworks in the context of major exhibitions and international events. The photographs reproduced within this publication capture with full spontaneity the working process involving artists, assistants, curators and peers.

    Editor: November Paynter
    Contributions by: November Paynter, Catherine David, Pier Paolo Calzolari, Donna Ferrato
    Design: Marc Hollenstein
    144 pages, 101 b/w, 23 color images, 23 x 17 cm, English
    Published by: SALT, Grazer Kunstverein, Mousse Publishing
    ISBN 978-8-867491-64-3
    Price: 24,– Euro

    This publication shows the works of Frederick Charles Herko.

    96 pages, 93 color images., 22 x 16.5 cm, English
    ISBN 978-3-200-04221-6
    Price: 19,90 Euro

    American artist Vincent Fecteau has, over the last two decades, forged a singular aesthetic that mixes homespun materials (Popsicle sticks, champagne corks, string, and the like), meticulous craftwork, and a curious formal grammar. By turns wonky, erotic, extraterrestrial, or baroque—and sometimes all of these at once—his sculptures are built from small, slow accumulations in which layering, texture, and the work of the hand are all visible. Vincent Fecteau edited and rearranged magazine pages, which he had primarily collected for inspirational purposes, for this publication. 

    “In 2005 I was invited to participate in a project in Los Angeles called ‘The Backroom’ initiated by Magali Arriola, Kate Fowle, and Renaud Proch in which artists were asked to contribute materials related to their research, sources, and interests. Although at that time I was not using collage materials in my sculptures, I had amassed a large collection of magazine pages (mainly from architecture and interior design magazines) that I often flipped through for inspiration. I decided to edit the pages, spending several months arranging and rearranging them as relationships both formal and narrative were revealed. This book is a reproduction of the resulting selection, originally presented in ‘The Backroom’ in a simple black binder.” Vincent Fecteau, San Francisco, 2015

    Editor: Krist Gruijthuijsen
    Design: Marc Hollenstein
    192 pages, 189 color images, 26 x 20 cm, 600 g, English
    Publishers: Sternberg Press, Grazer Kunstverein, in collaboration with Galerie Buchholz, greengrassi, Matthew Marks Gallery
    ISBN 978-3-95679-132-1
    Price: 22,– Euro

    Through archival research, this monographic publication focuses on Ukeles’s work ballets—a series of seven grand-scale collaborative performances involving workers, trucks, barges, and hundreds of tons of recyclables and steel—which took place between 1983 and 2012 in New York, Pittsburgh, Givors, Rotterdam, and Tokamachi. Mierle Laderman Ukeles: Seven Work Ballets is the first monograph on Ukeles’s seminal practice, and is as much an artist’s book as an art-historical publication.

    Editor: Kari Conte
    Contributions by: Kari Conte, Krist Gruijthuijsen, Mierle Laderman Ukeles, as well as a conversation between Mierle Laderman Ukeles, Tom Finkelpearl and Shannon Jackson
    Design: Marc Hollenstein
    224 pages, 130 color images, 28 x 20.5 cm, English
    Published by: Kunstverein Publishing, Grazer Kunstverein, Sternberg Press, in collaboration with Arnolfini, Bristol, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, and Marabouparken, Stockholm
    ISBN 978-3-943365-93-1
    Price: 30,– Euro

    Over the past decade, artist Lisa Oppenheim (b. 1975, US) has steadily developed a unique body of work exploring the usage of (historical) imagery. Balanced between appropriation and reconstruction, her work relies on substitutions applied to photographic and filmic records through which the historical and the present are transmitted and constituted through a language of today.

    Editors: Krist Gruijthuijsen, Bettina Steinbruegge and Florence Derieux
    Design: Marc Hollenstein
    192 pages, full color, 32 x 24 cm, 800g, German/ English
    Published by: Sternberg Press, Grazer Kunstverein, Kunstverein in Hamburg and FRAC Champagne-Ardenne
    ISBN-13: 978-3-956790-40-9
    Price: 30,– Euro

    Maxine Kopsa, editor of the new issue of DURCH, the magazine of the Grazer Kunstverein, has invited the artists who decisively shaped the Kunstverein's program in 2013 to design the magazine.

    Editor: Maxine Kopsa
    Contributions by: Doug Ashford, Josef Bauer, Nina Beier, Eva Berendes, Sarah Browne, Tyler Coburn, Céline Condorelli, Victoria Dejaco, Will Holder, Beatrice Gibson, Germaine Kruip, Jan Mot, Willem Oorebeek, Raivo Puusemp, David Reinfurt & Stuart Bailey (Dexter Sinister), Lucy Skaer, Kate Strain, Mierle Laderman Ukeles, Robert Wilhite, Tirdad Zolghadr
    Design: Marc Hollenstein
    108 pages, b/w and full color, 24 x 16.5 cm, English/ German
    Published by: SCHLEBRÜGGE.EDITOR, Vienna
    ISBN 978-3-902833-62-4
    Price: 15,– Euro

    Works 1965–Today stems from a retrospective held at the Grazer Kunstverein showcasing Josef Bauer’s experiments with language, color, and their spatial contexts nearly forty years after his last exhibition in Graz. His practice combines sculpture, installation, painting, and performance to disturb our perception of words and colors as mere carriers of meaning. By removing their two-dimensional context, letters become objects that communicate directly with our bodies in an unfiltered and urgent language called tactile poetry.

    Editor: Krist Gruijthuijsen
    Authors: Hans-Peter Feldmann, Bettina Steinbrügge, Thomas Zaunschirm
    Design: Marc Hollenstein
    208 pages, 112 color images, 28 x 22 cm, German/ English
    Published by: Sternberg Press, Grazer Kunstverein
    ISBN 978-3-95679-096-6
    Price: 30,– Euro

    This book was published on the occasion of the exhibition Ronald Jones: 1987-1992 which took place at Grazer Kunstverein in 2014.

    Editor: Jason Dodge
    Authors: Ronald Jones, Peter Halley and Angie Keefer
    2 parts, 48 pages, b/w images in total, English
    Published by: Motto Books, Grazer Kunstverein
    ISBN 978-2-940524-27-3
    Price: 13,– Euro

    Lip magazine was self-published by women in Melbourne from 1976 to 1984 and stood as a lightning rod for Australian feminist artistic practice over the Women’s Liberation era. Collecting and presenting the materials of Lip for the first time since their original appearance, The Lip Anthology, edited by Vivian Ziherl, privileges the range and dynamism of contesting feminisms that comprised the Lip project.

    Editor: Vivan Ziherl
    Design: Marc Hollenstein
    192 pages, many b/w and color images, 27 x 19 cm, 1000g, English
    Published by: Macmillan Art Publishing, Kunstverein Amsterdam in collaboration with Grazer Kunstverein
    ISBN-13: 978-1-921394-77-5
    Price: 20,– Euro

    This publication represents one of the many spaces occupied by Doug Ashford's work. As the first collection of his writings and conversations, it attempts to encompass the changing ideas to which the artist has subscribed over the past 25 years. Doug Ashford is a teacher, artist, and writer.

    Editor: Krist Gruijthuijsen
    Design: Marc Hollenstein
    144 pages, 30 b/w images, 16 x 12 cm, 250g, English
    Published by: Grazer Kunstverein and Mousse Publishing
    ISBN-13: 978-8867490752
    Price: 15,– Euro

    A new edition of the 1980 publication was published on the occasion of exhibitions at the Project Arts Centre, Dublin, the Grazer Kunstverein and the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, Salt Lake City.

    Editor: Raivo Puusemp
    Design: Marc Hollenstein
    29 pages, re-print of historic material
    Published by: Project Press
    ISBN-13: 978-1872493411
    Price: 5,– Euro

    This book centers around two exhibitions, Die Blaue Blume (2007) und Idealismusstudio (2008), which both took place at Grazer Kunstverein. They form the point of crystallization around a question that has marked the activities of the Grazer Kunstverein in the last three years.

    Editors: Søren Grammel/ Grazer Kunstverein
    Authors: Søren Grammel, Michael Hirsch, Mari Laanemets, Ruby Sircar, Jan Verwoert
    With, about, after: Anni Albers, Vojin Bakić, Martin Beck, Christoph Bruckner, Saim Demircan, Luca Frei, Lasse Schmidt Hansen, Heidrun Holzfeind, Marine Hugonnier, David Jourdan, Jacob Dahl Jürgensen, Paul Klee, Katarzyna Kobro, Hilary Lloyd, Marika Lõoke & Jüri Okas, Camilla Løw, Kenneth Martin, Ulrike Meinhof, George Nelson, Silke Otto-Knapp, Vaclav Pozarek, Florian Roithmayr, Giles Round, Nora Schultz, Sean Snyder, Juliane Solmsdorf, WHW & Ana Bakić, Pernille Kapper Williams
    Design: Christoph Steinegger/ Interkool
    224 pages, 68 images in total, 2 b/w, 66 color images, 24 x 16,8 cm, German/ English
    Published by: Sternberg Press, New York/ Berlin
    ISBN 978-1-934105-35-1
    Price: 25,– Euro

    The artist's book was created for the exhibition Provisorisches Yoga, which took place at the Grazer Kunstverein as part of steirischer herbst 2009. The book was part of the exhibition and deals in this work with physical cultures in connection with living space and social space.

    Design: Michaela Meise
    148 pages, 112 images in total, 80 b/w, 32 color images, 27,5 x 21 cm, German
    Edition of 30, numbered, signed
    Published by: self-published
    Price: 500,– Euro (out of print)

    This catalogue raisonné was published on the occasion of the exhibition of the same name Mladen Stilinović: On Money and Zeroes, which was shown at the Grazer Kunstverein in 2006. The exhibition included works from more than 30 years. Money is the central motif and material in this complex of works by Stilinovic.

    Editors: Mari Laanemets und Søren Grammel
    Authors: Mari Laanemets, Mladen Stilinović, Branka Stipančić
    Design: Christoph Steinegger/ Interkool
    128 pages, 96 images in total, 14 b/w, 82 color images, 23,5 x 16 cm, 450g, German/ English
    Published by: Revolver – Publishing by Vice Versa
    ISBN 978-3-86895-003-8
    Price: 20,– Euro

    This publication has been released on the occasion of the Vojin Bakić exhibition at the Grazer Kunstverein. An exhibition of the Yugoslav-Croatian sculptor and architectVojin Bakić († 1992) curated by the Croatian curatorial collective WHW (what, how & for whom).

    Editors: WHW Zagreb
    Authors: WHW Zagreb, Milan Prelog, Jerko Derengi
    Design: Dejan Krišić
    64 pages, 59 b/w images in total, 20 x 16 cm, 140g, English
    Published by: Self-published & WHW Zagreb
    Price: 9,– Euro (out of print)

    This publication was published on the occasion of the exhibition Kultur und Freizeit (Culture and Leisure Time) by Andreas Fogarasi at Grazer Kunstverein. With all its ambiguity, Information is the right title for a book about Andreas Fogarasi. This is what it provides about the artist’s work, but information is also what Andreas Fogarasi investigates as a medium, through which social reality is synthesized.

    Editors: Andreas Fogarasi, Søren Grammel
    Authors: Søren Grammel, Vanessa Joan Müller
    Design: Christoph Steinegger/ Interkool
    112 pages, 104 images in total, 4 b/w, 100 color, 27 x 20 cm, 460g, German/ English
    Published by: Revolver – Archiv für aktuelle Kunst, Berlin
    ISBN 978-3-86588-472-5
    Price: 20,– Euro

    This publication is an accompanying booklet by Tom Holert, which was a contribution to the group exhibition traurig sicher, im training, shown from September 23 to October 15, 2006 at the Grazer Kunstverein.

    Editors: Tom Holert, Søren Grammel
    Author: Tom Holert
    Design: Christoph Steinegger/ Interkool
    24 pages, 16 b/w images. in total, 32 x 23 cm, 40g, German
    Published by: Revolver – Archiv für aktuelle Kunst, Berlin
    ISBN 978-3-86558-457-2
    Price: 9,– Euro

    The project für die hinterm Vorhang leben is an attempt to correspond to the multilingualism of Bernd Krauss' practice at the exhibition level. It presents different institutional presentation strategies and exhibits them in mutual relation to each other.

    Editor: Søren Grammel
    Author: Søren Grammel
    Design: Christoph Steinegger/ Interkool
    176 pages, 78 color images in total, 23 x 16,5 cm, 220g, German/ English
    Published by: Revolver – Archiv für aktuelle Kunst, Berlin
    ISBN 978-3-86588-413-8
    Price: 17,– Euro

    This publication was published on the occasion of the exhibition DÖBLING REFORM: panier und biobourgeoisie at the Grazer Kunstverein from 19 April to 16 June 2007.

    Editor: __fabrics interseason
    Authors: __fabrics interseason, Robert Gassner, Søren Grammel
    Design: Susi Klocker, Liga
    16 pages, 33 b/w images in total, 30 x 21 cm, 60g, German/ English
    Published by: Revolver – Archiv für aktuelle Kunst, Berlin
    ISBN 978-3-86588-412-1
    Price: 9,– Euro

    Es ist schwer das Reale zu berühren is a video archive that involves works by artists for whom the notion of the documentary provides an important impulse. The archive is permanently available to visitors of the Grazer Kunstverein in the form of a presence video library. The video archive contains about 125 videos of all 77 artists involved in the festivals and screenings. This publication provides an overview of the archive. 

    Editors: Søren Grammel, Maria Lind
    Authors: Hito Steyerl, Søren Grammel, Maria Lind
    Artists: Aljafari, Bartana, Biemann, Billing, Blandy, Brolin, vom Bruch, Cantor, Cherinet, Dabernig, Damerji, Danesch, Denzer, Diener, Eichelmann, Einhorn, Eriksson, Ersen, Fischer, Fowler, Geene, Gerbaulet, Herzog, Holert, Holzfeind, Hopf, Johansson, Kaaserer, kanalB, Klub Zwei, Kostova, Könnemann, Krauß, Krenn, Laanemets, Leko, Lillebaek Christense, Linder, McCollum, Mörnvik, Moshiri, Nashashibi, Nellemann, Nordahl, Novickas, Ofteringer, von Osten, Ponger, PTTL, Raidpere, Raat, Reiß, Ressler, Rink, Rosenberger, Rust, Rych, Sabanovic, Sadr Haghighian, Sala, El Sani, Shahbazi, Steyerl, Spacecampaign, Sukmit, Vaindorf, Villesen, Waddington, Wermers, Zabat, Zbanic, Zolghad, u.a.
    Design: Christoph Steinegger/ Interkool
    208 pages, 198 images in total, 33 b/w, 165 color images, 19 x 13,5 cm, 470g, German
    Published by: Revolver – Archiv für aktuelle Kunst, Berlin
    ISBN 978-3-86588-338-4
    Price: 21,– Euro

    Publication accompanying the exhibition of the same name. The questions posed by the project concern the political potential and the political relevance of the particular formal characteristics of everyday environments. Above all, it is about the social function and importance of intimate environments that give space to the construction of individuality.

    Editor: Søren Grammel
    Authors: Jan Verwoert, Søren Grammel
    Artists: Lasse Schmidt Hansen, Wally Salner, Johannes Schweiger, Bernd Krauß, Sanja Iveković, Józef Robakowsky, Octavian Trauttmansdorff, Lise Harlev, Jeronimo Voss, Liam Gillick, Mai-Thu Perret, Silke Schatz, Janice Kerbel, Julian Goethe, Andreas Neumeister
    Design: Christoph Steinegger/ Interkool
    80 pages, 71 images in total, 61 b/w, 10 color images, 28 x 20 cm, 310g, German/ English
    Published by: Revolver – Archiv für aktuelle Kunst, Berlin
    ISBN 978-3-86588-337-7
    Price: 19,– Euro

    Christian Kravagan curated a show for the Grazer Kunstverein for steirischer herbst 2002. This book is linked to the exhibition from 2002 and is a critical contribution to the current discourse on travel and migration.

    Editors: Christian Kravagna, Eva Maria Stadler
    Authors: Christian Kravagna, Stuart Hall, Erden Kosova
    Artists: Zeigam Azizov, Martin Beck, Emily Jacir, Gülsün Karamustafa, Dorit Margreiter, Lisl Ponger, Tim Sharp, Vivan Sundaram
    Design: Dorit Margreiter
    118 pages, 156 images in total, 110 b/w, 46 color images, 24 x 17 cm, 330g, English
    Published by: Revolver – Archiv für aktuelle Kunst, Berlin
    ISBN 978-3-86588-175-0
    Price: 19,– Euro

    Publication on the occasion of the exhibition at the Grazer Kunstverein, 6 June to 13 July 2006.  Martin Beck has incorporated a white cube with paint and reflects within its limits the exhibition an Exhibit of the Independent Group, which in 1957 already presented itself primarily as a conglomerate of nested panels.

    Editors: Martin Beck und Eva Maria Stadler
    Authors: Eva Maria Stadler, Christian Höller
    Design: Martin Beck
    104 pages, 61 images in total, 15 b/w, 46 color images, 25,5 x 20,5 cm, 440g, German/ English
    Published by: Revolver – Archiv für aktuelle Kunst, Berlin
    ISBN 978-3-86588-174-2
    Price: 21,– Euro

    The publication is the link between the exhibition at the Kunstmuseum Thun and the exhibition at the Grazer Kunstverein and the first comprehensive presentation of the work of Claudia and Julia Müller. The idea was to show two different exhibitions of works by the artists in two different institutions.

    Editor: Madeleine Schuppli
    Authors: Eva Maria Stadler, Daniel Baumann, Charles Esche, Madeleine Schuppli
    Design: MMCM Casper Mangold
    130 pages, 228 images in total, 122 b/w, 106 color images, 25,5 x 20,5 cm, 595g, German/ English
    Published by: Christoph Merian Verlag
    ISBN 978-3-85616-221-6
    Price: 17,– Euro

    This artist's book was created in the course of the exhibition Josef Dabernig: Proposal for a New Kunsthaus, not further developed, which took place from 4 to 11 June 2004 at the Grazer Kunstverein.

    Editor: Josef Dabernig
    Author: Christian Kravagna
    Design: Alfred Stockhammer
    30 pages, 17 color images, 21 x 15 cm, 80g, German
    Published by: self-published
    Price: 19,– Euro

    Photo series: The copy of an original is a duplicate. It gets complicated when a duplicate is made of the duplicate. So a second, third, etc. generation. With each generation, the photography loses information. In this photo series, this was done 51 times.

    Editor: Jonathan Monk
    Design: Friederike Huber
    60 pages, 51 color images in total, 15 x 23 cm, 240g
    Published by: Schlebrügge.Editor
    Price: 29,– Euro (out of print)

    This publication was produced as part of steirischer herbst 2003.

    32 pages, 16 images in total, 1 b/w, 15 color images, 30 x 21 cm, German/ English
    Published by: self-published
    Price: 19,– Euro

    Publication on the film programme of the series Vom Horror der Kunst during steirischer herbst 2003. The film programme was curated by Helmut Draxler.

    Editors: Helmut Draxler, Eva Maria Stadler
    Authors: Helmut Draxler, Albert Gramer, Eva Maria Stadler
    Artists: Dario Argento, Mike Figgis, Hideo Nakata, Haskell Wexler, George A. Romero, Lizzie Borden, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, William A. Akuffo, Thomas Schamoni, Douglas Sirk, Todd Haynes, Jean-Luc Godard, Yoko Ono/ John Lennon, Alejadro Amenábar, Jennie Livingstone, Abbas Kiarostami, Peter Bogdanovich, Yvonne Rainer, Helke Sander, Michael und Roberta Findlay/ Allan Schackerton
    Design: Kolb/ Maurer/ Vetterle
    40 pages, 27 b/w images., 21 x 15 cm, 90g, German
    Published by: Self-published
    Price: 19,– Euro

    At the heart of the Actualité project is a 16mm film sequence that deals with the short-lived moment of 20th century pop culture. A fictitious band is shown at their rehearsal.

    Editor: Mathias Poledna
    Authors: Pamela M. Lee, Diedrich Diederichsen, Eva Maria Stadler
    Design: Mathias Poledna
    124 pages, 31 images in total, 7 b/w, 24 color, 26 x 21,5 cm, 575g, German/ English
    Revolver – Archiv für aktuelle Kunst, Berlin
    ISBN 978-3-93823-60-2
    Price: 29,– Euro (out of print)

    This publication was produced as part of the exhibition of the same name. In cooperation with the O.K Center for Contemporary Art, the Grazer Kunstverein organized the exhibition The Global Komplex. In the exhibition, problems of global strategies were questioned from the perspective of art.

    Editors: Genoveva Rückert, Christa Schneebauer, Martin Sturm, Rainer Zendorn
    Authors: Saskia Asser, Els Barents, Fernando Castro Flórez, Doris von Drathen, Mika Hannula, Hou Hanru, Markus Heinzelmann, Paulo Herkenhoff, Christian Höller, Carlo McCormick, Thomas Mulcaire, Gerda Ridler, Christa Schneebuer, Andreas Spiegl, Reinhard Spieler, Rob Tufnell, Jan Verwoert, Rainer Zendron
    Artists: Danica Dakić, ONE/ Eins/ Uno, Peter Friedl, Renée Green, Jacqueline Hassink, Armando Mariño, Cildo Meireles, Matthew Ngui, Monika Pichler, Anne Poirier, Patrick Poirier, Florian Pumhösl, Simon Starling, SUPERFLEX, Silke Wagner, Jun Yang
    Design: Gottfried Hattinger
    140 pages, 112 images. in total, 21 b/w, 91 color images, 27,5 x 21 cm, 805g, German/ English
    Published by: Self publishing & O.K Centrum für Gegenwartskunst
    ISBN 978-3-85307-032-9 and 978-3-902129-04-2
    Price: 29,– Euro

    The history of the Grazer Kunstverein from 1986 to 1993 forms the framework for DURCH 11. In the first years since its foundation, Peter Pakesch and Elisabeth Printschitz have given the Grazer Kunstverein a distinctive profile with top-class exhibitions of international contemporary art and with the publication of DURCH. DURCH 11 is created in memory of Elisabeth Printschitz, who died all too early in 1993.

    Editors: Peter Pakesch, Johannes Schlebrügge, Eva Maria Stadler, Sissi Tax
    Authors: Sissi Tax, Elisabeth Schleebrügge, Mariella Simoni, Rosa Pock, Giulia Niccolai, Eva Meyer, Greil Marcus, Elisabeth List, Jörg Laederach, Freya Krummel, Elfriede Jelinek, Christine Frisinghelli, Robert Fleck, Christian Fleck, Helmuth Draxler, Hildegund Amanshauser, Peter Pakesch, Heimo Zobernig, Rainer Götz, Matta Wagnest, Joseph Kosuth, Richard Hoeck
    Artists: Otto Zitko, Manfred Willmann, Franz West, Matta Wagnest, Hartmut Urban, Konstantin Swesdotschotov, Hartmut Skerbisch, Jörg Schlick, Aura Rosenberg, Elisabeth Printschitz, Ulrike Ottinger, Albert Oehlen, Joseph Kosuth, Peter Kogler, Ilya Kabakov, Richard Hoek, Peter Hämmerle, Marcus Geiger, Esther Freud, Günther Förg, Clegg & Guttmann, Larry Clark, Herbert Brandl, Thomas Bayrle
    Design: Alexander Kada
    138 pages, 48 images in total, 17 b/w, 31 color images, 24 x 16,5 cm, 300g, German
    Published by: Pakesch & Schlebrügge, Wien
    ISBN 978-3-902129-02-6
    Price: 29,– Euro (out of print)


    Published in the context of the exhibition Timewave Zero - The Politics of Ecstasy, conceived by Lionel Bovier & Jean-Michel Wicker, at the Grazer Kunstverein from October 7 to November 4, 2001. In cooperation with steirischer herbst. The exhibits on display were intended to make it possible to experience epistemological transgressions.

    Editors: Lionel Bovier, Mai-Thu Perret
    Authors: Lionel Bouvier, Mai-Thu Perret, Timothy Leary, John McCracken, Diedrich Diederichsen, Michel Foucault, Albert Hofmann, Jörg Heiser, Brion Gysin, Alexander Shulgin, Ann Shulgin, Sadie Plant, Angela Bulloch
    Artists: Lisa Beck, Angela Bulloch, Charles Eames, Ray Eames, Vidya Gataldon, Isa Genzken, Jack Goldstein, Brion Gysin, John McCracken, Sidney Stucki, John Tremblay
    Design: Gilles Gavillet, David Rust
    256 pages, 24 x 17 cm, 660g, German/ English
    Published by: Revolver – Archiv für aktuelle Kunst, Berlin
    ISBN 978-3-934823-42-4 and 978-2-940271-11-9
    Price: 31,– Euro

    This publication is the result of a series of artistic performances that were located in the field of tension between theatre, art and public speaking. In and around a military camp, which was designed by the Dutch Atelier van Lieshout as an ironic shelter and fortress for young art, eleven artists and artist groups provoked the public. The performance was part of Expo 2000 in Hannover and steirischer herbst 2k.

    Editors: Sebastian Huber, Eva Maria Stadler, Thomas Trummer
    Authors: Sebastian Huber, Thomas Trummer, Eva Maria Stadler
    Artists: Franz Ackermann und Rirkrit (Aktionsgemeinschaft „Immer wieder Österreich“), Atelier van Lieshout, John Bock, Jeremy Deller, Christine Hill, Robert Jelinkek, Pia Lanzinger, Mass & Fieber, Showcase Beat Le Mot, Stermann & Grissemann, Sarah Tripp
    Design: rieper, skerbisch
    92 pages, 171 color images, 21,5 x 16,5 cm, 215g, German
    Published by: self-published
    Price: 27,– Euro

    The exhibition Short Hills made approaches to the topic of cultural exchange via the medium of television. Hong Kong was defined as a place of emigration via various media locations and motifs such as biography, family and suburban architecture became components of the Short Hill plot.

    Editor: Dorit Margreiter
    Authors: Eva Maria Stadler, Yvonne Volkart
    Design: Dorit Margreiter
    88 pages, 26 images in total; 11 b/w, 15 color images, 25,5 x 20,5 cm, 410g, German/ English
    Published by: Revolver – Archiv für aktuelle Kunst, Berlin
    ISBN 978-3-934823-61-0
    Price: 29,– Euro

    Publication in the context of the exhibition of the same name as part of steirischer herbst '99. Information and communication describe a new relationship in dealing with knowledge. New demands are placed on the social mission of Bildung after the detachment from normative educational models. The artists deal with this topic in the exhibition. 

    Editors: Eva Maria Stadler, Thomas Trummer
    Authors: Eva Maria Stadler, Thomas Trummer
    Artists: Akademie Isotrop, John Bock, Alice Creischer, Christine Hohenbüchler, Irene Hohenbüchler, Jakob Kolding, Jonathan Monk, Silke Schatz, Stephen Willats
    Design: Dorit Margreiter
    24 pages, 12 b/w images, 21 x 15 cm, 50g, German
    Published by: self-published
    Price: 21,– Euro

    The publication was published in the course of the exhibition of the same name Hans-Peter Feldmann. Bilder, which took place from 8 June to 9 July 1999 at the Grazer Kunstverein.

    Editors: Hans-Peter Feldmann, Eva Maria Stadler
    Author: Eva Maria Stadler
    200 pages, 141 images in total, 139 b/w, 2 color, 27 x 21 cm, 765g, German
    Published by: Self publishing
    Price: 39,– Euro (out of print)

    In correspondence with the focus on theatre of steirischer herbst '98, the Grazer Kunstverein organized the exhibition mise en scène. Artists, critics and directors were invited to work on the overlaps and interrelations between theatre and visual arts in an exhibition. This collection of materials in the form of a detailed volume of texts additionally documents this discussion.

    Editors: Sebastian Huber, Eva Maria Stadler, Thomas Trummer
    Authors: Sebastian Huber, Thomas Trummer, Antonin Artaud, André Bazin, Dan Graham, Sybille Wirsing, Robert Fleck, Vitus Weh, Wolfgang Kralicek, Diedrich Diederichsen
    Design: Martha Stutteregger
    184 pages, 24 b/w images., 19 x 14 cm, 265g, German 
    Published by: Verlag der Kunst
    ISBN 978-90-5705-117-6
    Price: 29,– Euro (out of print)

    In correspondence with the focus on theatre of steirischer herbst '98, the Grazer Kunstverein organized the exhibition mise en scène. Artists, critics and directors were invited to work on the overlaps and interrelations between theatre and visual arts in an exhibition. 

    Editors: Sebastian Huber, Eva Maria Stadler, Thomas Trummer
    Author: Eva Maria Stadler
    Artists: Miriam Bäckström, Liam Gillick, Pierre Joseph, Elke Krytufek, Paul McCarthy, Aernout Mik, Thomas Schütte, Bob Smith, Roberta Smith, Jane Wilson, Louise Wilson, Gregor Zivić
    Design: Martha Stutteregger
    40 pages, 25 b/w images, 27 x 21 cm, 175g, German 
    Published by: self-published
    Price: 29,– Euro (out of print)

    After a few years break, a new edition of Durch.Durch 10 was published in conjunction with the exhibition: The Sick Soul: Morbid Fascination and Behavioral Research in Sociology, TV Entertainment and Photography by Clegg & Guttmann. 

    Editors: Clegg & Guttmann, Daniela Olotu-Goettfried, Eva Maria Stadler
    Authors: Eva Maria Stadler, Clegg & Guttmann, Douglas Harper, John Collier, Leonard M. Henny, Stanley Milgram, Harold Garfinkel, R. Dennis Middlemist, Eric S. Knowels, Charles F. Matter, Susan Sackett, Astrid Wege, Ulf Wuggenig
    Artists: Chris Burden, Clegg & Guttmann, Caravaggio, Annibale Carracci, Peter Paul Rubens, Raphael, Michelangelo, Simone Peterzano, Ulf Wuggenig
    Design: Clegg & Guttmann, Aki Fujiyoshi
    160 pages, 245 images in total, 244 b/w, 1 color images, 24 x 16,5 cm, 320g, German/ English
    Published by: self-published
    ISBN 1010-8378
    Price: 29,– Euro

    Catalogue published for the Chapmanworld  touring exhibition by Dinos and Jake Chapman held at The Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), London (11 May - 14 Jul 1996); Grazer Kunstverein, Graz, (15 Nov - 22 Dec 1996); and Kunst-werke, Berlin, (18 Jan - 31 Mar 1997). 

    Editors: Grazer Kunstverein & ICA Publications
    Authors: David Falconer, Douglas Fogle, Nick Land
    Artists: Dinos Chapman, Jake Chapman
    Design: Maria Beddoes & Paul Khera
    58 pages, 23 color images, 23 x 23 cm, 300g, English
    Published by: self-published
    ISBN 978-1-900300-03-6
    Price: 29,– Euro

    As a starting point for the exhibition Fernbedienung - Does television inform the way art is made? serves the television culture, which is taken up in the art of the 90s with a new naturalness. Contemporary art uses the rich menu of the cultural machine television both as a supplier and source of inspiration as well as a possible field of experimentation in order to condense and analyze its layers of meaning.

    Editors: Eva Maria Stadler, Thomas Trummer
    Authors: Eva Maria Stadler, Thomas Trummer, Klemens Gruber, Jeff Rian, Lynne Joyrich, Johann Skocek, Theo Ligthart
    Artists: Alex Bag, Glenn Brown, Mat Collishaw, Vadim Fishkin, Oliver Hangl, Astrid Herrmann, Bernard Joisten, Alix Stewart Lambert, Johannes Schweiger, Gergina Starr, Elise Tak
    Design: Alexander Kada
    96 pages, 53 images in total, 25 b/w, 28 color images, 27 x 21 cm, 405g, German/ English
    Published by: Böhlau Verlag Gesellschaft m.b.H. & Co. KG, Wien
    ISBN 978-3-205-98673-3
    Price: 29,– Euro

    The exhibition project Selfmade presents recent international positions that focus on intermediate areas of everyday life. In their artistic exploration, they refer to a common practice of self-design in the private sphere.

    Editors: Eva Maria Stadler, Thomas Trummer
    Authors: Eva Maria Stadler, Thomas Trummer, Collier Schorr, Wolfgang Pauser, Fritz Heubach, Richard Shusterman
    Artists: Elizabeth Diller, Ricardo Scofidio, Véronique Ellena, Rachel Evans, Reinhard Kropf, Mariko Mori, Steven Pippin, Jason Rhoades, Edda Strobl, Filip Turek, Barbara Visser
    Design: Alexander Kada
    100 pages, 26 images in total, 11 b/w, 15 color images, 27 x 21 cm, 620g, German/ English
    Published by: self-published
    Price: 29,– Euro

    This publication was published as part of steirischer herbst '94.

    Editor: Eva Maria Stadler
    Artists: Bepperling, Beuys, Brandl, Calder, Clegg & Guttmann, Dali, lavin, Förg, Geiger, Gober, Gonzales-Torres, Herold, Kabakov, Kippenberger, Knoebel, Kogler, Koons, Kosuth, Merz, Naumann, Oehle, Oldenburg, Paik, Palermo, Pistoletto, Rot, Schlick, Schnabel, Trockel, Vercruysse, Weiner, Yasagil
    Design: Heimo Zobering
    64 pages, 30 b/w images., 30 x 21 cm, 325g, German
    Self-published, 1994
    Price: 45,– Euro

    This publication brings together exemplary young and recent positions of contemporary art from the USA and Europe, which have emerged through a new self-understanding of artistic productivity.This unconventional art of everyday phenomena is based on a liberated, vital way of thinking and a complacent way of life, it is the art of esprit d'amusement.

    Editors: Eva Maria Stadler, Thomas Trummer
    Authors: Eva Maria Stadler, Thomas Trummer, Christian G. Triebel, Joshua Decter, Susanne Gargerle, Mario Klarer
    Artists: Art Club 2000, Rosa Brueckl, Sean Landers, Simon Patterson, Petra Varl Simončič, Lily van der Stokker, Rirkrit Tirvanija, Andrea Zittel
    Design: Florian Pumhösl
    94 pages, 16 images in total, 4 b/w, 12 color, 27 x 21 cm, 365g, German
    Published by: Vienna Self-published
    Price: 27,– Euro

    REAL AIDS was created as part of the exhibition REAL and belongs to the exhibition part REAL AIDS.

    Editors: Christian Kravagna, Georg Schöllhammer
    Authors: Adolf Krischanitz, Hildegund Amanshauser, Pierre Molinier, Louise Bourgeois, Larry Clark, Elke Krystufek, Eleonora Louis, Robert Smithson, Eva Hesse, Marcel Broodthaers, André Cadere, John Baldessari, Jef Geys, Eva Maria Stadler, Thomas Trummer, Georg Schöllhammer, Christian Kravagna
    Artists: Hans Bellmer, Louise Bourgeois, Larry Clark, Elke Krystufek, VALIE EXPORT, Greer Lankton, Pierre Molinier, Aura Rosenberg, Rudolf Schwarzkogler, Cindy Sherman, John Baldessari, Marcel Broodthaers, André Cadere, Shane Cullen, Jochen Gerz, Jef Geys, Eva Hesse, Eadweard Muybridge, Marc Quinn, Robert Smithson, André Thomkins, Rikrit Tiravanija
    Design: Heimo Zobernig, Florian Pumhösl, Andreas Pawlik
    336 pages, 221 images in total; 199 b/w, 22 color images, 22,5 x 16 cm, 600g, German/ English
    Published by: Ritter Klagenfurt
    ISBN 978-3-85415-125-X
    Price: 29,– Euro (out of print)


    REAL TEXT was created as part of the exhibition REAL and forms the link between the individual parts of the exhibition (REAL SEX, REAL REAL, REAL AIDS). But it is also a separate part of the exhibition which gives a view to the consequences for art and aesthetics and outlines the philosophical, art-historical and epistemological problem horizon of the determination of the self between the phantasm of identity and the absorption into the structures of our highly differentiated society.

    Editors: Georg Schöllhammer, Christian Kravagna
    Authors: Douglas Crimp, Teresa de Lauretis, Silvia Eiblmayr, Paul Feyerabend, Peter Gorsen, Barbara Jaffee, Richard Rorty, Jaqueline Rose, Francisco J. Varela, Amy Winter, Robert W. Witkin
    Design: Heimo Zobering, Florian Pumhösl
    296 pages, 22,5 x 16 cm, 560g, German/ English
    Published by: Ritter Klagenfurt
    ISBN 3-85415-126-8
    Price: 31,– Euro

    The project Plakate of the Grazer Kunstverein as part of steirischer herbst is dedicated to the theme America nowhere, America Now Here. It is all about the occupation and activation of new spaces. To use the street as a setting for an art that places greater emphasis on social impact, as well as the need to keep public space elastic for temporary design without representation value. 

    Editors: Peter Pakesch, Christian Gargerle
    Authors: Christian Gargerle, Peter Pakesch, Gert Winkler, Bernhard Denscher, Robert Fleck, Franz West
    Artists: Felix Gonzales-Torres, Martin Kippenberger, Matta Wagnest, Chrisopher Wool, Heimo Zobernig, Hans Krüg, Florian Pumhösl, Fierce Pussy
    Design: Florian Pumhösl
    8 pages (3 extra bound parts), 62 images in total, 38 b/w, 24 color images, 30 x 21 cm, 465g, German
    Published by: Styria, Graz
    Price: 39,– Euro

    Martin Kippenberger was an artist best known as a member of the German enfants terribles (along with Albert Oehlen, George Herold, and Günther Förg, among others), who produced a large oeuvre of work in a wide range of styles. From colorful, loose paintings of single subjects (including a man with a gauze head-wrap, a brain, and a puppy) to large-scale public sculptures with humorous undercurrents (such as a full-scale staircase angled to appear as if it is jutting out of the ground), Kippenberger made a point of constantly shapeshifting his practice. In addition to this, he founded Kippenberger’s Office, along with Gisela Capitain, which put on a series of exhibitions in Berlin throughout the late 1970s and early 1980s; was the business director of SO36, a performance and music space; was a member of the punk band the Grugas; and regularly collaborated with the artists signed to Hetzler gallery, providing insight to expand their programming.
    In Old Vienna Posters, each spread zooms in on a specific element of a commercial ad or poster, such as a woman’s leg in a bikini, a wine bottle, or a dining room set with chairs. He removes all other contextual information of the print, leaving only an isolated component, printed with fine Ben-Day dots in red, blue, and yellow. The publication was published in conjunction with the exhibition Plakate during steirischer herbst '92 at the Grazer Kunstverein.

    Design: Martin Kippenberger
    128 pages, 128 color images, 30 x 21 cm, 830g, German 
    Published by: Universitäts-Buchdruckerei Styria
    Limited Edition: 200 (of which 50 were signed and numbered)
    Price: EUR 2.000,-

    This publication was produced as part of the exhibition of the same name, which took place in 1991 at the Grazer Kunstverein in the exhibition space Eisengasse.

    Editor: Michael Zinganel
    Authors: Heinz Gappmayr
    Design: Michael Zinganel
    16 pages, 30 x 21 cm, 135g, German
    Published by: Michael Zinganel, Graz
    Price: 27,– Euro

    The exhibition catalog was created in the course of the exhibition of the same name Zeichnungen 1, which took place from 16 February to 16 April 1990 in the exhibition space Eisengasse in Graz. The exhibition reflected the immediacy and quality of drawing as one of the most direct, elementary and personal means of expression.

    Editor: Max Wechsler
    Author: Max Wechsler
    Artists: Herbert Brandl, Werner Büttner, Ika Huber, Horst Münch, Albert Oehlen, Otto Zitko
    Design: Günther Förg
    104 pages, 72 b/w images, 24 x 18,5 cm, 350g, German
    Published by: Müller Prints, Stuttgart
    Price: 29,– Euro

    This issue of the magazine Durch was created in the course of the exhibition Lotte or the transformation of the object. The exhibition deals with the complex relationship between African and Western culture and its differences. 

    Editors: Clémentine Deliss, Elisabeth Printschitz
    Authors: Rasheed Araeen, Georges Bataille, Michel de Certeau, Clémentine Deliss, Isabelle Graw, Lubaina Himid, Stuart Morgan, John Picton, Paul Rabinow, Simon Underwood
    Artists: Sherrie Levine
    Design: Eichinger oder Knechtl
    288 pages, 93 images in total., 31 b/w, 62 color images, 24 x 16,5 cm, 680g, German/ English
    Published by: self-published
    ISSN 1010-8378
    Price: 29,– Euro (out of print)

    This issue of the magazine Durch was originally intended to be published in addition to the symposium Vor aller Augen in the summer of 1988 at the Grazer Kunstverein. After a longer break, the magazine is published again.

    Editors: Peter Pakesch, Elisabeth Printschitz, Christian Gargerle, Clémentine Deliss
    Authors: Benjamin Buchloh, Klaus Bussman, Clegg & Guttmann, Douglas Crimp, Clémentine Deliss, Andrea Fraser, Alexander Gankin, Dietmar Steiner, Johann Georg Sulzer, Peter Weibel
    Artists: Alexander Rodčenko, El Lisickij, Gustav Klucis, John Heartfield, Herbert Bayer, Jenny Holzer, Sol LeWitt, Rebecca Horn, Daniel Buren, Dan Graham, Per Kirkeby, Ulrich Rückriem, Dennis Adams, Jeff Koons, Haim Steinbach, Yoruba, Peter Weibel, Clegg & Guttmann, Jenny Holzer, Alexander Kostenko, Heimo Zobering, John Baldessari, Andrea Fraser
    Design: Konstanin Swesdotschotov
    144 pages, 66 images in total, 42 b/w, 24 color images, 24 x 16,5 cm, 365g, German
    Published by: self-published
    ISSN 1010-8378
    Price: 29,– Euro

    The exhibition catalogue was created in the course of the exhibition of the same name Aus Grazer Sammlungen, which took place from 26 January to 13 February 1989 at the Künstlerhaus Graz. The exhibition showed works of art from the private art collections of the citizens of Graz.

    Editors: Peter Pakesch, Elisabeth Printschitz
    Authors: Siegfried Anzinger, Wolf-Dieter Eigner, Wolfgang Lorenz, Helmut Reinisch, L. W., Stuart Morgan, Dr. Karin Strobl, Albert Oehlen, Horst Gerhard Haberl, Judith Jauschowetz, Bernhard Johannes Blume, Leonora Carrington, Dr. Gertie Pakesch, Dr. Johannes Koren, Freya Krummel, K. S., Wilfred Skreiner, Peter Pakesch, Jörg Bauböck, Anne Gutjahr, Werner Gutjahr, Günter Brus, Wolfgang Bauer, David Skreiner, Peter Baum, Ingrid Mayr, Jörg Mayr
    Artists: Siegfried Anzinger, Walter Vopava, Michael Kienzer, Martin Kippenberger, Stefan Nessmann, Ferdinand Penker, Arnulf Rainer, Thomas Ruff, Michael Schuster, Manfred Wakolbinger, Günther Waldorf, Albert Oehlen, Serge Spitzer, Alois Mosbacher, Hermann Nitsch, Helmut Tezak, Erwin Wurm, Bernhard Johannes Blume, Herbert Brandl, Wolfgang Hollegha, Hubert Schmalix, Antoni Tàpies, Günter Brus, Hartmut Skerbisch, Franz Ringel, Fritz Panzer, Hartmut Urban, Franz West, Marco Del Re, H. R. Giger, Gerwin Peter Hoffmann, Bruno Gironcoli, Robert Rauschenberg, Christian Ludwig Attersee, Friedrich Panzer, Jim Dine, Hans Bischoffshausen, Jorrit Tornquist, Hans Staudacher, Rudolf Pointner, Gerhard Moswitzer, Osald Oberhuber
    95 pages, 46 b/w images, 24 x 17 cm, 340g, German 
    Published by: Akademische Druck- und Verlagsanstalt, Graz
    Price: 27,– Euro

    This publication was produced during a three-month guest artist residency in Graz in 1989.

    Editor: Elisabeth Printschitz
    Authors: Dragica Čakić, Mario Diacono
    52 pages, 40 images in total, 27 b/ w, 13 color images, 23,5 x 18 cm, 190g, German
    Published by: Akademische Druck- und Verlagsanstalt, Graz
    Price: 29,– Euro

    This publication was produced as part of steirischer herbst '88, which took place under the title Schuld und Unschuld der Kunst.

    Editors: Peter Pakesch, Elisabeth Printschitz
    Authors: Viktor Misiano, Tschempiony Mira, Anda Rottenberg, Włodek Pawlak, Ferdinand Schmatz, Jana Sevcík, Jirí Sevcík, Cornelia Lauf, Bart Cassiman, Eduard Limonov, Juan Goytisolo, Mike Kelley, Dennis Cooper, Tim Power, Wolfgang Bauer
    Artistic contributions: Christine Bader, Jennifer Boande, Rene Daniels, Stanisav Divis, Georg Herold, Mike Kelley, Jon Kessler, Liz Larner, Juan Munoz, Włodek Pawlak, Konstantin Wiktorowitsch Swesdotschotov, German Igorjewitsch Vinogradov, Heimo Zobering
    Design: Heimo Zobernig
    120 pages, booklet extra, 75 images in total; 40 b/w, 35 color images, 27 x 21 cm, 505g, German/ English
    Published by: Akademische Druck- und Verlagsanstalt
    Price: 31,– Euro

    In the fifth issue of the magazine Durch image descriptions discuss approaches and legibility of artworks from different eras.

    Editors: Peter Pakesch, Elisabeth Printschitz
    Authors: Franz Josef Czernin, Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe, Leander Kaiser, Joseph Kosuth, Eva Meyer, Juan Muñoz, Hartmut Skerbisch, Reiner Speck, Harald Szeemann, Elisabeth von Schlebrügge, Daniel Walter
    Artists: Dosso Dossi, Giotto, Hartmuth Skerbisch, Giovanni Bellini, Parmigianino, Lorenzo Lotto, Centelles, Edouard Manet, Pierre Bonnard, Paul Cézanne, Georges Braque, Ad Reinhardt, James Lee Byars, Kasimir Malewitsch, Mariella Simoni, William Turner
    Design: Herbert Brandl
    84 pages, 34 images in total, 21 b/w, 13 color images, 24 x 16,5 cm, 185g, German/ English
    Published by: self-published
    ISSN 1010-8378
    Price: 29,– Euro

    Kabakov's installation Vor dem Abendessen deals with transitions and boundaries that separate the work from its environment, the everyday trivial. The fold-out publication with a cardboard cover was designed by the artist and consists of two texts by Kabakov, in German and Russian, as well as colored illustrations of individual parts and sketches of the installation.

    Editors: Peter Pakesch, Elisabeth Printschitz
    Design: Ilya Kabakov
    28 pages, 22 images in total, 13 b/w, 9 color images, 25 x 17 cm, 185g, German/ Russian
    Published by: Akademische Druck- und Verlagsanstalt, Graz
    Price: 185,– Euro (out of print)

    The artist's book was created in the course of the solo exhibition Michelangelo Pistoletto, which was shown in January 1988 at the Künstlerhaus Graz.

    Authors: Bruno Corà, Peter Pakesch
    48 pages, 24 images in total, 17 b/w, 7 color images, 14 x 17 cm, 170g, German/ Italian
    Published by: Akademische Druck- und Verlagsanstalt, Graz
    Price: 31,– Euro (out of print)

    This issue of the magazine Durch is listed as a double issue due to its size and bilingualism. It is the first issue of a series of planned guest editors. Durch 3/ 4 was designed and editorially supervised by Albert Ohlen.

    Editors: Albert Oehlen, Peter Pakesch, Elisabeth Printschitz
    Authors: Werner Büttner, Guy Debord, Diedrich Diedrichsen, Rainald Goetz, Georg Herold, Jörg Immendorf, Asger Jorn, Michael Krebber, Markus Oehlen, Roberto Ohrt, Martin Prinzhorn, Mayo Thompson, Gil Wolmann
    Artists: Joseph Beuys, Ian Davidson, Guy Debord, Uwe Gabriel, Tita Giese, Jörg Immendorf, Asger Jorg, Michael Krebber, Otto Mühl, Markus Oehlen, Friedrich Seidenstücker, Nic Tenwiggenhorn
    Design: Jörg Immendorff
    190 pages, 27 images in total, 18 b/w, 9 color images 24,5 x 16,5 cm, 360g, German/ English
    Published by: self-published
    additional edition of 30 pieces, numbered, signed
    ISSN 1010-8378
    Price: 29,– Euro

    The second issue of the magazine Durch gives an insight into the art world and scene of the culturally contrasting metropolises of New York and Moscow. It outlines the two cities and their atmosphere.

    Editors: Peter Pakesch, Elisabeth Printschitz, Volker Schögler
    Authors: Raimund Abraham, Josif Bakstein, Joseph Brodsky, Jean-Joseph Goux, Boris Groys, Gary Indiana, Tama Janowitz, Jonas Mekas, Viktor Misiano, Heiner Müller, Glen O’Brien, Dimitrij A. Prigov, David Robbins, Hans-Joachim Schlegel, Arlette Sennegon-Meister, Willis Truitt, Vadim Zacharov
    Artists: Juri Albert, Annette Lemieux, Mc Dermott/ Mc Gough, Barbara Ess, Meg Webster, The Starn Twins, David Robbins, Nicolaj Filatov, A.V. Reuter,Georgij Lititschevskij, German Vinogradv, Igor Kapytjanskij, Vadim Zacharov, Alexander Kossolapov, Komar & Melamid, Erik Bulatov, Ilya Kabakov, Francisco Infante, Jonas Mekas, Raimund Abraham
    Design: Ilya Kabakov, Joseph Kosuth
    110 pages, 67 images in total, 36 b/w, 31 color images, 24,5 x 16,5 cm, 345g, German/ English
    Published by: Akademische Druck- und Verlagsanstalt, Graz
    Price: 29,– Euro

    The artist's book was written during Albert Oehlen's four-month residency in Graz in 1986, which was summed up with a solo exhibition from 10 to 27 January 1987 at the Graz Künstlerhaus.

    Editors: Peter Pakesch, Albert Oehlen
    Author: Peter Pakesch
    Cover design: Doll by Julia Reichert
    48 pages, 20 images in total and collages 81–86; 9 b/w, 11 color images, 24,5 x 17 cm, 310g, German
    Published by: Akademische Druck- und Verlangsanstalt, Graz
    (out of print)



    The exhibition catalogue was created in the course of the exhibition of the same name Bildhauerzeichnungen, which took place in June 1987 in the premises of the Grazer Künstlerhaus. Curator Peter Pakesch put together the exhibition to define the behavior of contemporary sculptors in another medium.

    Editor: Peter Pakesch
    Authors: Bruno Corà, Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe, Antje von Graevenitz, Rafael Jablonka, Hubert Klocker, Dieter Koepplin, Ulrich Loock, John Yau
    Artists: Richard Artschwager, Joseph Beuys, Bruno Gironcoli, Donald Judd, Hubert Kiecol, Jannis Kounellis, Mario Merz, Bruce Naumann, Walter Pichler, Thomas Schütte, Richard Serra
    Cover design: Hubert Kiecol
    84 pages, 70 images in total, 41 b/w, 29 color images, 27 x 21cm, 370g, German
    Published by: Akademische Druck- und Verlagsanstalt, Graz
    ISBN 978-3-201-01347-1
    Price: 29,– Euro (out of print)

    The exhibition catalogue was created in the course of the exhibition of the same name Malerei - Wandmalerei, which took place from 20 September to 24 October 1987, in cooperation with steirischer herbst '87, in the premises of the Stadtmuseum Graz.

    Editor: Peter Pakesch
    Authors: Otto Demus, Ludwig Hevesi, Dieter Bogner, Friedrich Kiesler, Georg Schöllhammer, Christian Gagerle, Markus Brüderlin, Denys Zacharopoulos
    Artists: Mario Merz, Sol Lewitt, Arnuf Rainer, Robert Ryman, Gerhard Richter, Dan Flavin, Niele Toroni, Pat Steir, Blinki Palermo, Pierpaolo Calzolari, Günther Förg, Ernst Caramelle, James Welling, Herbert Brandl
    Design: Günther Förg
    120 pages plus issue, images in total 87, 44 b/w, 43 color images, 27 x 21 cm, 560g, German
    Published by: Akademische Druck- und Verlagsanstalt, Graz
    Price: 29,– Euro

    Die Wahlverwandtschaften is the publication of the exhibition of the same name, which took place as part of steirischer herbst '86 at the Stadtmuseum Graz from 21 September to 20 November 1986. The exhibition dealt with the relationship between literature and the visual arts.

    Editor: Peter Pakesch
    Authors: Elechi Amadi, Alberto Boatto, Konrad Bayer, Elias Canetti, Raymond Carver, Daniil Charmes, Joseph Conrad, Alain Cueff, Gustave Flaubert, Sigmund Freud, Allen Ginsberg, Jenny Holzer, Per Kirkeby, Pierre Klossowski, Joseph Kosuth, Giacomo Leopardi, Thomas Mann, Mario Merz, Peter Pakesch, Edgar Allen Poe, Ezra Pound, Reinhard Pressnitz, Dieter Roth, Claude Royet-Journoud, August Ruhs, Johannes von Schlebrügge, Ferdinand Schmatz, William Shakespeare, Mariella Simoni, Daniel Walter, Franz West, Elisabeth Wiesmayr-Schlebrügge, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Denys Zacharopoulos, sowie aus dem Alten Testament, den Nachtwachen des Bonaventura und Suburban Souls
    Artists: Hans Holbein, Mario Merz, Pierpaolo Calolari, Johan Baldessari, Alighiero Boetti, Reinhard Priessnitz, Norbert Brunner, Günter Brus, Werner Büttner, Francesco Clemente, Gilbert & George, Jenny Holzer, Ilja Kabakov, Per Kirkeby, Pierre Klossowski, Joseph Kosuth, Reinhard Mucha, Bruce Nauman, Dieter Roth, Mariella Simoni, Jan Vercruysse, Franz West, Ferdinand Schmatz, Otto Zitko
    158 pages, 95 images in total, 57 b/w, 38 color images, 27 x 21 cm, 685g, German 
    Published by: Akademische Druck- und Verlagsanstalt, Graz 1986
    Price: 29,– Euro

    The articles of the first issue of the magazine Durch deal with space, the interweaving of art and science, philosophy and poetry and a lot more. 

    Editors: Peter Pakesch, Elisabeth Printschitz, Klaus Feichtenberger
    Authors: Rudolf Haller, Rolf Herken,Peter Kogler, Roger Penrose, August Ruhs, Ferdinand Schmatz, Elisabeth Schweeger, Albert Oehlen, Peter Weibel, John A. Wheeler, Oswald Wiener, Erich Wonder
    Artists: Günther Förg, Reinhard Mucha, Meuser, Hubert Kiecol, Georg Herold, Albert Oehlen
    Design: John Baldessari
    66 pages, 33 images in total, 10 b/w, 23 color images, 24 x 16,5 cm, 180g, German/ English
    Published by: self-published
    Price: 29,– Euro

    This publication appeared in conjunction with the exhibition of the same name Druckgraphik 1970–85, which took place in 1986 at the Grazer Kunstverein. The collection shows a selection of the most impressive works created between 1970-85 and is intended to give an insight into the medium as well as its contemporary use and importance. 

    Editor: Peter Pakesch
    Authors: Bice Curiger, Martin Disler, Monika Faber, Johannes Gachnang, Günther Gercken, Per Kirkeby, David Shapiro, Emilio Vedova, Wolfgang Wunderlich
    Artists: John Baldessari, Georg Baselitz, Marcel Broodthaer, Günter Brus, Werner Büttner, Francesco Clemente, Enzo Cucchi, Gunter Damisch, Martin Disler, Jörg Immendorf, Jasper Johs, Hubert Kiecol, Per Kirkeby, Sol Lewitt, Markus Lüpertz, Hermann Nitsch, Albert Oehlen, A.R. Penck, Arnulf Raier, Dieter Roth, Emilio Vedova, Franz Wanner
    120 pages, 158 images in total, 124 b/w, 34 color images., 27 x 21,5 cm, 540g, German
    Published by: Akademische Druck- und Verlagsanstalt, Graz 1986
    ISBN 3-201-01326-9
    Price: 31,– Euro

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