Publication launch and exhibition program 2012

Publication launch and exhibition program 2012

Ludlow 38

February 8, 2012

MINI/Goethe-Institut Curatorial Residencies Ludlow 38, in collaboration with Spector Books Leipzig, is pleased to announce two new publications:

The first 3 years of Ludlow 38
An anthology of the Goethe-Institut New York’s collaboration with Kunstverein Munich, European Kunsthalle Cologne, and Künstlerhaus Stuttgart at Ludlow 38 between 2008 and 2010. Edited by Antonia Lotz and Tobi Maier, with Daniel Pies, Stefan Kalmár, Anders Kreuger, Astrid Wege, Rike Frank, and Axel J. Wieder.

The publication will be launched with a roundtable discussion on “Kunstverein as production model” with Daniel Pies, Astrid Wege, Axel J. Wieder, Tobi Maier, and Clara Meister on February 18, 5pm, at Printed Matter, 195 10th Avenue, New York, NY 10011,

The first 3 years of Ludlow 38 includes contributions by:

Anders Kreuger, Andreas Neumeister, Angus Cook, Ariane Müller, Astrid Wege, Axel J. Wieder, Barbara Schröder, Bernd Zimmermann, Bless, Celeste Dupuy-Spencer, common room, Cristóbal Lehyt, Daniel Pies, Dave Hullfish Bailey, Deimantas Narkevičius, Diana Stevenson, Dmitry Gutov, Duncan Campbell, Ethan Breckenridge, Felicity D. Scott, Franz Erhard Walther, Fred Dewey, Frei Otto, Friedl vom Gröller, Friends of the Fine Arts, Georg Graw, Gerard Byrne, Hans-Christian Dany, Helga Just Christoffersen, Henrik Olesen, ifau, Ion Grigorescu, Isla Leaver-Yap, Jackie McAllister, Janette Kim, Jarbas Lopes, Jeanne Dreskin, Jeremiah Day, Jesko Fezer, Jirí Kovanda, Joaquim Moreno, Joe Scotland, John Skoog, Joost Conijn, Jorge Stolkiner, Judith Raum, Július Koller, Karin Schneider, Kasper Akhøj, Ken Okiishi, Kenneth Goldsmith, Kit Hammonds, Klara Kemp-Welch, KRIWET, Lara Almarcegui, Leidy Churchman, Liam Gillick, Lili Dujourie, Liz Linden, Luis Pérez-Oramas, Manon de Boer, Manuel Raeder, Mariana Castillo Deball, Mariana Silva, Maryanne Amacher, Martin Ebner, Micah Silver, Michael Riedel, Michaela Melián, Miklós Erhardt, Natascha Sadr Haghighian, Nick Mauss, Nicolás Guagnini, Pablo Pijnappel, Philip Vanderhyden, Ricardo Basbaum, Rike Frank, Robert McKenzie, Robert Snowden, Robert The, Robert Wosnitzer, Sarah Pierce, Sean Snyder, Shifter and Sreshta Rit Premnath, Simone Forti, Stefan Kalmár, Stephan Wackwitz, The Steins, Tibor Hajas, Tim Braden, Tobias Putrih, Tobi Maier, Ulrike Müller, Walter Kühr, Walter Seidl, Wolfgang Tillmans, Yasmil Raymond, Zac Dempster, and many more.

Designed by Anne Callahan and Brendan Dalton.
13,4 x 21 cm
240 pages
EUR 14 / USD 18
ISBN: 978-3-940064-31-8

Józef Robakowski
Edited by Michal Jachula and Tobi Maier, with contributions by Barbara London, Maria Morzuch, and Marielle Nitoslawska

This trilingual catalogue (Polish/English/German) documents Józef Robakowski’s 2011 solo exhibition at Ludlow 38—his first one in the United States—which presented the artist’s collaborative and relational work emerging from his ongoing cooperation and dialogue with other artists. Through selected works and archival materials, the exhibition and catalogue reveal a significant aspect of Robakowski’s practice, not only as a filmmaker and visual artist, but also as an initiator, curator, and organizer of art groups, exhibitions, and artistic events. The exhibition travelled from New York to Bialystok, Poland, where it is on view at Arsenal Gallery through February 12, 2012. From June 7 through September 16, 2012, it will be shown at ZKM | Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe, Germany.

Designed by H I T
30 x 21.5 cm
150 pages
EUR 18 / USD 22
ISBN: 978-3-940064-24-9

The first 3 years of Ludlow 38 and Józef Robakowski were published by:

Spector Books
Harkortstraße 10, 04107 Leipzig, Germany
Phone/Fax: +49 341 2122411

International distribution:

2012 exhibitions and events at Ludlow 38
The MINI/Goethe-Institut Curatorial Residencies Ludlow 38 program was launched in 2011 and marks the continuation of the partnership between the Goethe-Institut New York and MINI at the contemporary art space on New York’s Lower East Side. Through 2013, each year a new German or Germany-based curator will have the opportunity to develop and implement a one-year exhibition and event program at Ludlow 38.

Clara Meister is the 2012 MINI/Goethe-Institut Curatorial Resident at Ludlow 38. Her exhibition and event program will focus on different concepts of translation and forms of artistic expression. The new curatorial year at Ludlow 38 will be introduced with one and the other are another, a group exhibition with works by Pierre Bismuth, Antonia Hirsch, Jonathan Monk, Hank Schmidt in der Beek, and Ignacio Uriarte. It opens on February 15, 6–8pm, and will be on view through March 18, 2012. Solo exhibitions with Natalie Czech, Bo Christian Larsson, Saâdane Afif, and Nico Dockx will follow.

MINI/ Goethe-Institut Curatorial Residencies Ludlow 38
38 Ludlow Street, New York, NY 10002
Phone: +1 212 228 6848

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