December 1, 2016 - Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art - New releases from Witte de With Publishers
December 1, 2016

Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art

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New releases from Witte de With Publishers

Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art
Witte de Withstraat 50
3012 BR Rotterdam
The Netherlands
Hours: Tuesday–Sunday 11am–6pm

T +31 10 411 0144
F +31 10 411 7924
office@wdw.nl

www.wdw.nl
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New releases from Witte de With Publishers

Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art
Witte de Withstraat 50
3012 BR Rotterdam
The Netherlands
Hours: Tuesday–Sunday 11am–6pm

T +31 10 411 0144
F +31 10 411 7924
office@wdw.nl

www.wdw.nl
Facebook / Twitter / Instagram

Causeries
Alexandre Singh

From the French causer, meaning to chat or to talk informally, Causeries details a series of encounters between artist Alexandre Singh and various writers, scientists, and philosophers on such wide-ranging topics as Hindu cosmogony, South Park, and scatology. This publication contains an edited selection of 29 of the public conversations conducted by Singh during his time at Witte de With in preparation for his ambitious theater play The Humans.

Contributors: Kathleen Burk, Alan Cummings, Marieke Dhont, Brian Dunphy, Pascal Dupuy, Iki Freud, Donatien Grau, Peter de Graeve, Jessica Frazier, Edith Hall, Robert Hewison, David Inglis, Andrew Jaffe, Amy Kenny, Adam Kleinman, Bernadette Leclercq-Neveu, Bénédicte Lemmelijn, Liesbeth Levy, Tullio Lobetti, Nick Lowe, Valeria De Lucca, Gareth Long, Martin Myrone, Alexa Piqueux, Adriaan Rademaker, James Robson, Alexandre Singh, Philip Smallwood, Claudio Vellutini, Alexander Verpoorte and Francis Wolff
Commissioner: Defne Ayas
Author: Alexandre Singh
Editor: Tyler Considine

ISBN: 978-94-91435-46-1


WdW Review Vol.1: Arts, Culture, and Journalism in Revolt

This publication is an anthology of the thoughts and reflections that have been published on Witte de With’s online platform WdW Review since its inception in 2013, bringing together the platform’s four sections—namely Desks, Think, Image, and Sediments—as a printed collection of essays, cartoons, and image readings.

Contributors: Naim Al Khatib, Natalia Antonova, Defne Ayas, Sarnath Banerjee, Maria Barnas, Adam Bobbette, James Bridle, Ilya Budraitskis, Evan Calder Williams, Maria Chehonadskih, Tyler Coburn, Stephen Crowe, Ekaterina Degot, Sarah Demeuse, Övül Ö. Durmuşoğlu, Ben Eastham, Yasmine El Rashidi, Tristan Garcia, Orit Gat, Natasha Ginwala, Patrick Goddard, Jacqueline Hassink, Gabriela Jauregui, Ruchir Joshi, Natalie Kane, Angie Keefer, Stefan Keidel, Adam Kleinman, Erden Kosova, Sholem Krishtalka, Patrick Langley, Quinn Latimer, Ksenia Leonova, Jessica Loudis, Guy Mannes-Abbott, John Menick, Naeem Mohaiemen, Alexander Morozov, Pedro Neves Marques, Ingo Niermann, Ou Ning, Vincent Normand, Alexandra Novozhenova, Ana Ofak, Dan Perjovschi, Bertrand Prévost, Bas Princen, Hans-Jörg Rheinberger, Theodor Ringborg, Pablo Rojas, Binnaz Saktanber, Mohammad Salemy, Frank van der Salm, Willem Schinkel, Matthew Schum, Alev Scott, Benedict Seymour, Avinoam Shalem, Mariana Silva, Jules Spinatsch, Stephen Squibb, Martine Stig, Ana Teixeira Pinto, Danna Vajda & Winnie T. Frick, Yanis Varoufakis, Julia Weist, Alena Williams, Kate Zambreno, Vivian Ziherl, Amy Zion and Tirdad Zolghadr
Editors: Defne Ayas, Adam Kleinman
WdWReview.org Managing Editor: Orit Gat
ISBN: 978-94-91435-47-8


Unicorns in a Blueprint
Qiu Zhijie

The publication takes as its focus the ink maps of Chinese artist, teacher and writer Qiu Zhijie, who first exhibited them at Witte de With at the exhibition Blueprints (2012) and further includes a map he produced during the 6th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art.

Contributors: Charles Esche, Chus Martínez, Eugene Y. Wang, Bik Van der Pol and Qiu Zhijie
Editor: Defne Ayas
ISBN: 978-94-91435-44-7


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Charlemagne Palestine

The catalogue appears in conjunction with the two iterations of the eponymous exhibition at Kunsthalle Wien (2015) and Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art (2016) respectively and includes an interview between Charlemagne Palestine and Luca Lo Pinto, curator at the Kunsthalle Wien, as well as an essay by Jay Sanders, Curator of Performance at the Whitney Museum of American Art, reflecting on Palestine’s work.

Contributors: Defne Ayas, Charlemagne Palestine, Luca Lo Pinto, Jay Sanders, Nicolaus Schafhausen
Editors: Luca Lo Pinto, Samuel Saelemakers
Publishers: Kunsthalle Wien, Sternberg Press, Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art
ISBN: 978-3-95679-232-8


Decorations
Kasper Bosmans

Decorations started with Kasper Bosmans’ close reading of 20+ Years Witte de With, an anthology published by the institution following its 20th anniversary, listing all exhibitions and other projects that took place at Witte de With between 1990 and 2011. During his research into the institution’s history, Bosmans made numerous annotations and footnotes, scribbles and sketches in the margins across the pages. Adding his own remarks and critical notes, the artist opens up this well-edited historiography to new interpretations. 

Editors: Kasper Bosmans, Samuel Saelemakers
ISBN: 978-94-91435-48-5


For more information about our titles please contact office [​at​] wdw.nl.

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