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Month: December, 2016

Anagram Take Over, Kreuzberg

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Anagram Books
Lausitzerstr. 35
10999 Berlin

ANAGRAM TAKE OVER
by Sergej Vutuc & Matt Plezier
December 15th – 23th 2016
15-12 Opening
Sergej Vutuc & Matt Plezier
https://www.facebook.com/events/573293126196198/

From 15 to 23 of December, Sergej Vutuc and Matt Plezier will take over Anagram Books at Lausitzer strasse. They will collaborate on a site specific installation and set up shop, which will be open to visit the whole week. The first weekend, various friends have been invited in the evening for a talk about publishing and to present their work. Next to the talks, there will be music and film. It will be a celebration of the influence of DIY punk culture, the roots that we share and the diversity it creates.

15 Thu. \\ 20:00
OPENING
• Sergej Vutuc
www.sergejvutuc.com
• Matt Plezier
r-ndomzine.tumblr.com
www.facebook.com/RandomZine

16 Fri. \\ 18:00 (www.facebook.com/events/1621119454856735)
TALK + LIVE MUSIC
• Dario Adamic
www.facebook.com/groups/homelessveggiedinner
www.goodwillrecords.net
• Monotonos (Roger NBH), live
www.monotonos.org

17 Sat. \\ 20:00
VIDEO + LIVE MUSIC
• Brett Nichols – “Späti”
vimeo.com/user4973501
• Sergej Vutuc – “Čista Zona” (eng. clean zone) – Super8 Video with sound performance by Helmut Vutuc Lampshade.

18 Sun. \\ 18:00
TALK
• Caroline Paquita
www.carolinepaquita.com
• Al Burian
www.alburian.com

 

 

Anagram Take Over

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Anagram Books
Lausitzerstr. 35
10999 Berlin

ANAGRAM TAKE OVER
by Sergej Vutuc & Matt Plezier
December 15th – 23th 2016
15-12 Opening
Sergej Vutuc & Matt Plezier
https://www.facebook.com/events/573293126196198/

From 15 to 23 of December, Sergej Vutuc and Matt Plezier will take over Anagram Books at Lausitzer strasse. They will collaborate on a site specific installation and set up shop, which will be open to visit the whole week. The first weekend, various friends have been invited in the evening for a talk about publishing and to present their work. Next to the talks, there will be music and film. It will be a celebration of the influence of DIY punk culture, the roots that we share and the diversity it creates.

15 Thu. \\ 20:00
OPENING
• Sergej Vutuc
www.sergejvutuc.com
• Matt Plezier
r-ndomzine.tumblr.com
www.facebook.com/RandomZine

16 Fri. \\ 18:00 (www.facebook.com/events/1621119454856735)
TALK + LIVE MUSIC
• Dario Adamic
www.facebook.com/groups/homelessveggiedinner
www.goodwillrecords.net
• Monotonos (Roger NBH), live
www.monotonos.org

17 Sat. \\ 20:00
VIDEO + LIVE MUSIC
• Brett Nichols – “Späti”
vimeo.com/user4973501
• Sergej Vutuc – “Čista Zona” (eng. clean zone) – Super8 Video with sound performance by Helmut Vutuc Lampshade.

18 Sun. \\ 18:00
TALK
• Caroline Paquita
www.carolinepaquita.com
• Al Burian
www.alburian.com

+ Pop-Up Store.
+ Art.

16th Talk/Music
Dario Adamic ( GoodWill Records, This Side Up, Zips And Chains Fanzine, Homeless Veggie Dinner, Underground Europe,…)
Dario Adamic has been active since the 80’s with an incredible diverse CV. From publishing a zine like Zips and Chains to running a recordlabel Goodwill Records, he played in the band This Side Up. In Berlin he is part of the Homeless Veggie Dinner group, a non-profit organization, feeding those in need.

Monotonos – musician – visual artist – photographer
Next to performing under the name of Monotonos, producing dark ambient noise, Roger NBH is a multi talented artist. He has been in numerous bands in the 90’s, like Feeding The Fire and published various zines. He could be found at almost every show throughout the 90’s documenting the scene and his photographs ended up on many record covers and in magazines. For Anagram Takeover he will perform as Monotonos.

17th Music/Video
Späti – Brett Nichols
After working five years on his film Pathways – an exploration of modern architecture and skateboarding – Brett is holding a world premier of his new film Späti at Anagram. Späti is 10 days of meandering through Berlin and Hannover with Harrison Hafner, Bobby Groves, Tjark Thielker, Dennis Laas, Daniel Pannemann, and many more.
https://vimeo.com/user4973501
pathways trailer: https://vimeo.com/163582120

Čista zona (eng. clean zone) -Sergej Vutuc Super8 Video with sound performance by Helmut Vutuc Lampshade
Čista zona (eng. clean zone) is a story about edge of Europe, field of global economical conflicts. the nations and their boarders, science and meaning of to be or to have…
incl. skaters Valeri Rosomako, Igor Fardin, Tjark Thielker, Tomaž Šantl, David Grigoryan,…

18th Talk
Caroline Paquita (Pegacorn Press) & Al Burian (Burn Collector, Milemarker)

Caroline Paquita
Born in 1980 in Miami, Florida, Caroline Paquita is a visual artist and musician currently based out of Brooklyn, New York. Emerging from the American DIY punk scene, she’s played bass in several bands (Bitchin’/Forgetters), released records, booked events, and created zines since 1996. In recent years, she’s primarily focused on Pegacorn Press, a feminist, queer, “total art freaker,” publishing adventure that she runs out of her home. Producing editions using Risograph stencil duplicators, she publishes not only her own work, but also publications done with fellow artists. While the press is an collaborative extension of her personal artistic practice, she also regularly exhibits her illustrations, paintings, and sculptures. Most recently, her twenty years of self publishing was highlighted in the solo exhibition, Womanimal: Zine Art by Caroline Paquita, at the National Museum of Women in the Arts (Washington, DC).
http://www.carolinepaquita.com

Al Burian (*1971)
is a writer and musician. He grew up in North Carolina, and is currently residing in Berlin, Germany. He is best known for his long-running personal zine Burn Collector, as well writing columns for HeartattaCk and Punk Planet. He has also released a book of comics, Things are Meaning Less.
He was a founding member of the punk/hardcore band Milemarker, and used to sing and play guitar in the band Challenger. Since late 2011 he has continued ‘kicking out the jams’ with his Berlin based band Big Eater.
Beginning in the mid-nineties, Burian has distributed his work through the tight-knit network of the DIY punk music/art scene. He has been doing reading/speaking performances since the year 2000.
http://www.alburian.com

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Matt Plezier | temporary: http://r-ndomzine.tumblr.com/ | New website is in the making
Matt Plezier, no stranger to the scene, has been publishing zines and records since the 90’s. He has been running a record label named Coalition Records and has been publishing zines like Kaal and RE/fuse throughout the 90’s and early 00’s. All within in the confines of the DIY punk/hardcore scene.

After a hiatus Matt started again two years ago with a zine project: R/NDOM. With the intention to publish his own work as a visual artist. Photography ignited his interest into self publishing but he is by no means limited to photography alone. Every issue of R/NDOM has a different theme, coming from a selection of his own works or curated by another visual artist invited for the zine. Ranging from humorous to engaged, a common thread is how Matt Plezier documents our constantly changing worlds.

Friends With Books, Art Book Fair Berlin

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FRIENDS WITH BOOKS: ART BOOK FAIR BERLIN 2016
Saturday & Sunday, 10 & 11 December 2016, 11–19h
Reception: Friday, 9 December 2016, 18-20h
Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin (Rieckhallen) Free Entry

Friends With Books, Art book Fair Berlin

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FRIENDS WITH BOOKS: ART BOOK FAIR BERLIN 2016
Saturday & Sunday, 10 & 11 December 2016, 11–19h
Reception: Friday, 9 December 2016, 18-20h
Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin (Rieckhallen) Free Entry
FRIENDS WITH BOOKS: ART BOOK FAIR BERLIN 2016
takes place on the weekend of 9–11 December, 2016, at Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum
für Gegenwart – Berlin as Europe’s premier event for contemporary artists’ books and
periodicals by artists and art publishers. Featuring 160+ international participants and a
series of public programmes: discussions, readings, presentations, performances, and art
works that explore the perimeters of today’s art publishing. Admission is free.
The public programmes series ARE YOU FRIENDS WITH BOOKS…? features lectures,
performances, conversations, and panel discussions presented in partnership with Witte de
With Center for Contemporary Art: Defne Ayas; GAGARIN – The Artists in Their Own
Words: Wilfried Huet and Olaf Nicolai; Broken Dimanche Press: John Holten and
Jonathan Monk; Sternberg Press: Lou Cantor and Ariane Müller (Starship); DHL –
Drucken Heften Laden: Uwe Sonnenberg and Christian Berkes (botopress), Jörg
Franzbecker and Heimo Lattner (Berliner Hefte), Achim Lengerer (Scriptings), Yves
Mettler (Zeitschrift), Janine Sack (A Book Edition), and Simon Worthington (Mute);
Gerhard Theewen of Salon Magazine; Camera Austria: Stefanie Seufert and Reinhard
Braun; Edition Patrick Frey: Daniela Comani and Doron Sadja; brumaria: Darío
Corbeira, Jorge Miñano, Miguel Ángel Rego and Hugo López-Castrillo, and others.
The temporary exhibition, it is this flash itself that seduces, presents artworks arising from
texts and books by Bettina Allamoda, Marc Bijl, Beni Bishchof, Brian Kennon, and
Jasper Sebastian Stürup, with a performance by Discoteca Flaming Star. Additionally on
view are solo installations by recent artists-in-residence at Künstlerhaus Bethanien,
Sveinn Fannar Jóhannsson and Lewis & Taggart/The Museum of Longing and Failure.
The annual FRIENDS WITH BOOKS POSTER EDITIONS by Berlin artists features a new
poster edition by Monica Bonvicini; 25 of each edition are signed and numbered and benefit
Friends with Books at a special offer of 50 €. Erik Steinbrecher has created a new edition
to benefit Friends with Books, SCREW, 2016, bronze, 26 cm, edition 5, at 800 €.
FRIENDS WITH BOOKS is organised by Vanessa Adler, argobooks, and Savannah
Gorton, Curator. Friends with Books is a registered non-profit organisation founded in 2014
offering greater visibility to contemporary artists’ books and art publications, including an
annual art book fair, public programming, and partnerships with art organisations and
institutions, facilitating the engagement of diverse audiences with the book works of artists
and publishers worldwide.
WEBSITE: www.friendswithbooks.org

160+ PARTICIPANTS :
&: christophe daviet-thery, Paris I *[asterisk], Århus I 2nd Cannons Publications, Los
Angeles I adocs publishing, Hamburg I Afterall, London I Ahorn Books, Berlin I Bettina
Allamoda, Berlin I Anagram Books, London I Arch+, Berlin I Archive Books, Berlin I
argobooks, Berlin I atelier iii, Paris/Tokyo I ATLAS Projectos, Lisbon I Back Bone Books,
Berlin I Clara Bahlsen, Berlin I Belser, Stuttgart I Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art,
Berlin I berlinartbooks, Berlin I Beni Bischof/Laser Magazin, St. Gallen I Black Palm,
Berlin I Boabooks, Geneva I Boekie Woekie, books by artists, Amsterdam I BOM DIA
BOA TARDE BOA NOITE, Berlin I Book Works, London I Brinkmann & Bose, Berlin I
Broken Dimanche Press, Berlin I brumaria, Madrid I bruno, Venice I Bücher & Hefte
Verlag, Leipzig I Camera Austria International, Graz I ChertLüdde, Berlin I Corraini
Edizioni, Mantova I Anita Di Bianco, Berlin/New York I Discoteca Flaming Star, Berlin I
Brad Downey, Berlin I Drittel Books, Berlin I edition fink, Zürich I Edition Patrick Frey,
Zürich I Edizioni Periferia, Lucerne I Edition Taube, Stuttgart I Farbvision, Berlin I
Flanders Arts Institute, Brussels I Fluens Forlag, Copenhagen I Fucking Good Art,
Rotterdam I FUKT, Berlin I GAGARIN, Antwerp I Good Times & Nocturnal News,
Stockholm I Goss Press, New York I THE GREEN BOX, Berlin I Hand Art Publisher, Berlin
I handpicked Tokyo/Berlin, Tokyo/Berlin I Hatje Cantz, Berlin I Homeparkpress, Hamburg
I Humboldt Books, Milan I hurricane publishing, Copenhagen I ImageMovement, Berlin I
JB. Institute, Berlin I Jonas Verlag / VDG Weimar, Weimar I Journal of Aesthetics &
Protest, Leipzig/London/Los Angeles I Miriam Jung, Berlin I Jungle Books, St. Gallen I
Kerber Verlag, Bielefeld/Berlin I Geirmundur Klein, Antwerp I Helga Maria Klosterfelde
Edition, Berlin I Kultur & Gespenster, Hamburg I Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin I KW
Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin I La Plaque Tournante, Berlin I LAGE EGAL, Berlin
I Ines Lechleitner, Berlin I antoine lefebvre editions, Paris I Achim Lengerer, Berlin I
Lodret Vandret, Copenhagen I Lou Cantor, Berlin I Louise Guerra, Paris I Lubok Verlag,
Leipzig I Lugemik, Tallinn I MA BIBLIOTHÈQUE, London I Sara MacKillop, London I
malenki.net, Bielefeld I Martin Schmitz Verlag, Berlin I Materialverlag HFBK, Hamburg I
MD72/Elgarafi, Berlin I MER. Paper Kunsthalle, Ghent I Merve, Berlin I Yves Mettler,
Berlin I Dan Mitchell/Hard Mag, London I MMKoehn Verlag, Berlin/Leipzig I Jonathan
Monk, Berlin/Rome I mono.kultur, Berlin I Motto Books, Berlin I MOREpublishers,
Brussels I Ariane Müller, Berlin I Multinational Enterprises, Oslo I The Museum of
Longing and Failure, Bergen I The Name Books, Basel I Neptún Magazine, Reykjavík I
NERO, Rome I Occasional Papers, London I Olaf Nicolai, Berlin/Leipzig I Occulto, Berlin I
OEI magazine / OEI editör, Stockholm I Onomatopee, Eindhoven I Palefroi, Berlin I
Kirsten Palz, Berlin I PANTOFLE BOOKS, Tilburg I The Paper Channel, Tel Aviv I Paper
Monument, New York I Paraguay, Paris I Peres Projects, Berlin I Pluto Press, London I
PogoBooks, Berlin I Pork Salad Press, Copenhagen I possible books, Berlin I pro qm,
Berlin I PUNCH, Bucharest I rakete.co, Berlin I Raum der Publikation/Muthesius
Kunsthochschule, Kiel I RAUM Italic, Berlin I Red76, Minneapolis I Red Sphinx, Berlin I
Revolver Publishing, Berlin I Ricochet.cc, Berlin/Buenos Aires I Roma Publications,
Amsterdam I Salon Verlag & Edition, Cologne I Karin Sander, Berlin I SAN ROCCO
Magazine, Milan I Anne Schwalbe, Berlin I Seemann Henschel & Co., Leipzig I Stefanie
Seufert, Berlin I Alexandre Singh, New York I Space Poetry, Copenhagen I Sprüth
Magers, Berlin I Starship, Berlin I Erik Steinbrecher, Berlin I Sternberg Press, Berlin I
Studio Jung, Berlin I Swiridoff Verlag, Künzelsau I TEXTE ZUR KUNST, Berlin I Textem
Verlag, Hamburg I Theater der Zeit, Berlin I Gerhard Theewen, Cologne I Ugly Duckling
Presse, New York I Valiz, Amsterdam I Verlag Anton Pustet, Salzburg I Verlag für
moderne Kunst, Vienna I Verlag Silke Schreiber, Munich I Verlag der Buchhandlung
Walther König, Cologne I VEXER, St. Gallen I vonhundert, Berlin I Sergej Vutuc,
Heilbronn I Westphalie Verlag, Vienna I White Fungus, Taichung City I Wienand Verlag,
Cologne I Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam I Wordpharmacy,
Pietrasanta I Yard Press, Rome I Zavod P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E., Ljubljana I ztscrpt, Vienna