January 23, 2003 - Revolver - 10 New Books From Revolver
January 23, 2003

10 New Books From Revolver

10 New Books From Revolver

Revolver (Archiv für aktuelle Kunst)
Christoph Keller
Jacobystraße 28
D – 60385 Frankfurt am Main
Tel.: +49 (0)69 44 63 62
Fax: +49 (0)69 94 41 24 51
revolver@naiv.de

www.naiv.de

10 NEW BOOKS FROM REVOLVER

Fiona Banner, Martin Boyce, Circles, 4free, Rainer Ganahl, Christian
Jankowski, Rupprecht Matthies, Jonathan Monk, Cathy Wilkes

»Revolver (Archiv für aktuelle Kunst)« is an independent
publishing project based in Frankfurt am Main/Germany, specialised in
artists’ books, exhibition catalogues, writing series and audio/video projects.

Circles

Socializing, Networking & Peer-Grouping in Contemporary Art; Center for
Art and Media (ZKM), Karlsruhe (various exhibitions and events, Sept.
2000
– April 2001) and Siemens Arts Program, Munich; documentary
reader, ed.
Christoph Keller; with essays by Lionel Bovier, Veronique Bacchetta,
Mai-Thu Perret, Thomas Bayrle, Florian Waldvogel, Verena Kuni, Frances
Stark, Mark von Schlegell, Giovanni Intra, Jan Verwoert, Eva Svennung,
David Harding, Katrina Brown, Yilmaz Dziewior, Ross Sinclair, Raimar
Stange, Angela Rosenberg, Gunter Reski and many others
(deutsch/english/francais);

Participating artists: Fabrice Gygi, Tobias Rehberger, Silke Wagner,
Frances Stark, Pae White, Rudy Bust, Christine Borland, Martin Boyce,
Roddy Buchanan, Douglas Gordon, Jonathan Monk, Ross Sinclair, David
Shrigley, Simon Starling, Katja Strunz, Anselm Reyle, Stephan Jung and
many others …

22 x 20 cm, 324 pp., 806 ill., brochured paperback

ISBN 3-934823-21-1

Büro Friedrich

4free

Tal Adler, Maria Thereza Alves, are you meaning company, Atelier van
Lieshout, Das Atoll, Thomas Demand, Eugenio Dittborn, Jimmie Durham,
Esther Eppstein, Fiering & Luem, Liam Gillick, Johan Grimonprez, Fabrice
Gygi, Henrik Håkansson, Carsten Höller, Jonathan Horowitz, MVRDV,
NL.
Design, Nils Norman, L.A. Raeven, realities:united, Dierk Schmidt,
Superflex, Ririkrit Tiravanija, Yvonne Trapp;

Exhibition-Catalogue, Büro Friedrich, Berlin (October 4 –
December 23,
2001); ed. Jennifer Allen & Waling Boers; essays by Jennifer Allen,
Waling
Boers, and Bregtje van der Haak (english); Book design by Liam Gillick;

19 x 15,5 cm, 104 pp., 72 b&w ill., paperback, 750 copies;

ISBN 3-934823-92-0

Fiona Banner

NAK Neuer Aachener Kunstverein (17 February – 14 April 2002) and
DCA
Dundee Contemporary Arts (20 April – 9 June 2002); ed. Katrina M.
Brown & Susanne Titz, with contributions by Michael Archer, Fiona Banner,
Katrina
M. Brown, Patricia Ellis and Susanne Titz (deutsch/english)

28 x 21 cm, 128 pp., 112 ill., hardcover

ISBN 3-934823-70-X

Martin Boyce

For 1959 Capital Avenue

Ex.-cat., Museum für Moderne Kunst (MMK), Frankfurt am Main,
Dornbracht
Installation Projects (October 2002); ed. Udo Kittelmann; with an essay
by
Michael Archer (english/deutsch);

22 x 29 cm, 28 pp., 10 col. ill., brochured;

ISBN 3-934823-40-8

Rainer Ganahl

lüneburger-heide-sprechen.de

Kunstverein Springhornhof, Neuenkirchen (24. August – 4. November
2001);
ed. Bettina von Dziembowski; essays by Rainer Ganahl, Nina Möntmann
and
Jan Philipp Reemtsma (deutsch/english)

23 x 17 cm, 220 pp., ca. 50 col. ill., brochured paperback

ISBN 3-934823-56-4

Christian Jankowski

The Holy Artwork

DZ-Bank Kunststipendium 2001/02, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin (12.
July
– 11. August 2002); contains a sermon by Reverend Peter Spencer
(deutsch/english/español)

17 x 12 cm, 60 pp., 24 col. ill., stapled

ISBN 3-934823-78-5

Rupprecht Matthies

Neuruppiner Tagebuch

FSTJ im WK I-III; ed. Christoph Keller & Margarita Tsomou (deutsch)

20,5 x 15,5 cm, 144 pp., 60 b/w-ill., paperback, 500 copies

ISBN 3-934823-33-5

Jonathan Monk

P

Potato print children‘s book, ed. Christoph Keller

12,5 x 12,5 cm, 72 pp., 36 col. ill., paperback, 500 copies

ISBN 3-934823-80-7

Jonathan Monk

None of the Buildings on Sunset Strip

ed. Christoph Keller

20,5 x 15,5 cm, 80 pp., 36 b/w-ill., paperback, 500 copies

ISBN 3-934823-85-8

Cathy Wilkes

Ex.-cat., Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Zürich (24 August
– 27
October 2002); ed. Heike Munder; with an essay by Heike Munder
(english/deutsch);

22 x17 cm, 64 pp., 28 col. ill., paperback;

ISBN 3-936919-10-0

For further information please visit: www.naiv.de

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