Category Archives: Publications

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too common

Soft Cover, 96 pages, ISBN: 978-3-96098-039-1
This catalogue has been published on the occasion of the exhibition «ontheway» at Kunsthalle Giessen by Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Köln 2016. Price: CHF 35.-

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One could say that it was a paranoid gesture from my side

28,5 x 21,5 cm, 175 pages, ISBN: 978-3-903131-09-5
Published by Kunsthalle Winterthur on the occasion of the exhibition “I Doubt You Share My Sensitivity” at the VfmK Verlag für moderne Kunst, Wien, 2017
This hard-cover book presents us with a wide overview of Kägi’s oeuvre from the past few years. Her works are put into dialogue with texts by author Marie-Alice Schultz. Price: CHF 30.-

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Coalescence

2016, 8 pp., 28x20cm
This small risograph printed Artist Book focuses on Rogado’s newest works. It is thoughtful designed by Studio Amanda Haas and contains a text by Italian curator Antonio Grulli.

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Katharina Grosse

Published by Helmut Friedel for Stiftung Frieder Burda
2016, German, Hardcover, 175p, 131 images, 26 x 20 cm, ISBN 978-3-98116-067-3
With essays by Helmut Friedel and Katrin Dillkofer
On the occasion of the Exhibition “Katharina Grosse” at Museum Frieder Burda, Baden-Baden (D) 11.6. – 9.10.2016
Price: € 35,-

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Body of Memory

Edited by Edizioni Periferia, Luzern (CH), 2016
Softcover, 3.5 x 12,5 x 20,4 cm, 504 p.
German, English, Dutch
ISBN 978-3-906016-58-0
CHF 48.– / EUR 45.–
“When, after dismantling an exhibition of my almost 30-year-old bodies of acrylic paint, I add new paint to them in the studio or cut them up to create new colour combinations, when I include soup bones collected over the past 20 years and newspaper clippings of maps showing conflict zones, then I see that as a gesture of repetition and transposition, as a nod to a place and as a reflection of the phenomenon of time.”

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Sieben Stunden, Acht Stimmen, Drei Bäume. Seven Hours, Eight Voices, Three Trees

This catalogue is published on the occasion of the solo exhibition at Museum Wiesbaden (D) in 2015 under the same title.
The 443 works documented in this book offer a profound insight in Grosse’s research over decades, especially with her works on paper. (336 pages)
published by Katharina Grosse and Walther König, Berlin (D).
Texts by Ann Cotten, Dustin Breitenwischer, Jörg Daur, Alexander Klar, Sally McGrane, Teresa Präauer, Anika Reich und Monika Rinck.
Text in german and english.
Available through us for CHF 40,-
(ISBN 978-3-86335-812-9)

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The Inventory: Painting

This retrospective of the years 1972 to present accompanies Hafif’s first one-person exhibition in California since 1975 ‘Marcia Hafif: From the Inventory’ at Laguna Art Museum. (236 pages)
Published by Grand Central Press;
Authors: Malcolm Warner, Jane McFadden
Available through us for CHF 35,-
(ISBN 978-0935314960)

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Still Life without a Magnolia

Produced by Maureen Kaegi this small Brochure accompanies her exhibition at the gallery with a wide range of images of works from the last two years and a text by Victoria Dejaco.
The Brochure is available through us for CHF 10,-

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DU AUCH HIER

Published in Sept 2014 by Gerhard Finckh on the occasion of Barath’s exhibition at Von der Heydt-Kunsthalle, Wuppertal (D)
With Color images of the works in the exhibition and texts in english and german by Gerhard Finckh (Director), Beate Eickhoff, Julie Miess and Thomas Hirsch.
Available through the Von der Heydt-Kunsthalle

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In-Between Things

Published 2013 by Studio Rogado, Berlin, on the occasion of Giacomo Santiago Rogado’s exhibition “Focal Point” at Museum im Bellpark, Kriens (CH)
Designed by Amanda Haas with Texts in English and German by Christy Wampole.
In 320 pages the publication opens a door into Rogado’s working process and gives a great impression of his ɶuvre.
CHF 44,- ISBN 978-3-033-04226-1

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Nonstoppainting

On the occasion of Christine Streuli’s exhibition for which she has conceived specific installations relating to the exhibition space of Haus am Waldsee a catalogue is published.
The exhibition was curated by Dr. Katja Blomberg. Ed. by Dr. Katja Blomberg, with texts by Dr. Katja Blomberg and Barbara von Flüe. Verlag Walther König. ISBN 978-3863354725,
72 p., d/e, Euro 16,80

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CS

The catalogue «CS» was published on the occasion of Christine Streuli’s show «Revolution» at the Kunstmuseum Luzern (CH) and highlights different aspects of Christine Streuli’s painting, illustrated by numerous images. The exhibition was curated by Fanni Fetzer.
Ed. by Fanni Fetzer, with texts by Fanni Fetzer, Terry R. Myers, Michele Robecchi, 2013 Kunstmuseum Luzern, Hatje Cantz Verlag. ISBN 978-3-7757-3555-1, 215 p., d/e, color, CHF 42.-

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Katharina Grosse

A Monograph beyond chronology, art genres, or aestethic categorization.
The publication combines intuitive compositions of images of Katharina Grosse’s works from way back until today with a brilliant text by Ulrich Loock.
The publication is available as a special edition of a 100 pieces together with a tie, sprayed by Katharina Grosse for 350 €.
Ed. by Ulrich Loock, Annika Reich & Katharina Grosse. Text by Ulrich Loock. Cologne 2013. 4to. 328 S., Ppbd.
The Book is available in English or German.

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12. RischArt_Projekt 2013: ES WAR EINMAL …

The 12th RischArt_Project focused on the theme of fairytales, about magical transformations. In the publication each of the 8 artists and their works, that have been created specifically for the old botanic garden of Munich, are explained in images and text.
The exhibition was curated by Katharina Keller.

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Humor und Ironie in der konkreten Kunst von François Morellet

The monograph, written in the context of Sonja Klee’s dissertation at the University of Bonn (D), was awarded the “Prix de la République Française” in 2012.
François Morellet is acclaimed one of the most important artist in the field of concrete art. In addition he combines his abstract work in a subtle and original way with characteristics of humour and irony.
The publication with 352 pages is available through the publishing house “Swiridoff” for € 34.80 and so far only in german.
ISBN 978-3-89929-247-3

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François Morellet 5 x 3

Published on the occasion of François Morellet’s exhibition at Fonds M-Arco, Le Box, Marseille (F)
5 x 3 represents 3 of the artist’s pieces inspired by the same theme in each of the building’s 5 spaces. Such wording is a good illustration of how François Morellet’s clear and intelligible approach has always led to a plastically convincing and successful form.
ISBN 978-2-917768-34-1
Available → here for € 15,-

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Blow Up / Oceana Tapas

Published on the occasion of François Morellet’s Exhibition at Ikon Gallery, Birmingham (UK), in 2013
Comprising a selection of paintings he made in 2006 which replicate works originally produced by him in 1952, magnified to the scale of 4:1.  They exemplify the profound influence of tapa on Morellet’s distinct style of abstraction.
ISBN: 978-1-904864-85-1
Available at → Ikon’s online shop for  £ 10.-

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Das doppelte Bild. Aspekte zeitgenössischer Malerei

Published on the occasion of the Exhibition at Kunstmuseum Solothurn, in Summer 2013
With texts by Patricia Bieder, Andreas Fiedler, Daniel Morgenthaler, Viola Vahrson, Christoph Vögele, Isabel Zürcher and Walter Zuberbühler, Ed.: Kunstmuseum Solothurn at Richter Verlag, Düsseldorf (D), 2013, 192 p., d/e, color, CHF 42.-

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The Long Way Home

On 144 pages, “The Long Way Home” presents Axel Lieber’s work of the last 25 years and gives insight to the fundamental characteristics of his oeuvre.
In the book, his sculptural works as well as his installations are accompanied by an essay written by Stefanie Kreuzer (Museum Morsbroich Leverkusen).
“The Long Way Home” is published by Verlag für Moderne Kunst and can be purchased via our online bookshop at www.hengesbach-gallery.com.

 

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Golden Days. Francis Baudevin, Dominik Stauch featuring Daan Van Golden

Published by Kehrer Verlag on the occasion of Francis Baudevin’s Exhibition at Kunstmuseum Thun, Switzerland
An exhibition catalogue with numerous illustrations and contributions from Susanne Bieri, Paul Young, Caroline Soyez-Petithomme, Emmanuel Grandjean, Siri Peyer and an interview with the two artists by Helen Hirsch.
It consists of two separate books, one focussing on Baudevin, the other on Stauch.

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Four Honest Outlaws – Sala Ray Marioni Gordon

published by Michael Fried for the Yale University Press
In this strongly argued and characteristically original book, Michael Fried considers the work of four contemporary artists: video artist and photographer Anri Sala, sculptor Charles Ray, painter Joseph Marioni, and video artist and intervener in movies Douglas Gordon.
«Four Honest Outlaws» takes its title from a line in a Bob Dylan song, «To live outside the law you must be honest», meaning in this case that each of the four artists has found his own unsanctioned path to extraordinary accomplishment, in part by defying the ordinary norms and expectations of the contemporary art world.
Michael Fried will moderate a symposium «PAINTING NOW: A discussion taking off from the work of Joseph Marioni»,
The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC (USA), December 10, 2011

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The Archive in the Worm

Verlag für Moderne Kunst, with essays by Andrés Duprat, Carl Friedrich Schröer and Raimund Stecker.
Published on the occasion of the eightpart transcontinental exhibition in Argentina, Germany and Switzerland.
«Martín Mele lives in a foreign land, it’s uncertain how foreign, how distant or familiar it is. For he has lived abroad for some time, actually forever. …»

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Aufsetzpunkt

published by modo Verlag on the occasion of the exhibition at Kunst(Zeug)Haus, Rapperswil-Jona from April 7 until June 19, 2011.
with essays by Invar-Torre Hollhaus and Daniela Hardmeier.