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Month Januar 2014

LA Art Book Fair

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Printed Matter presents the second annual LA Art Book Fair, from January 31 through February 2, 2014, at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA

Launch — Body by Justin Sloane

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You are invited to the launch of Body by Justin Sloane on January 24th, 2014 at Printed Matter, New York…

Exhibition — Zines #2 1976–1979

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If you are going to Munich until January 31st, 2014 you should stop by the Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte (ZI) and visit the exhibition Zines #2 1976–1979 curated by Hubert Kretschmer

Exhibition — Swirled87

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Until Saturday, February 1st, 2014 you have the chance to visit Maggie Lee’s  exhibition Swirled87, presented by Bronze Age Editions and installed at Good Press Gallery in Glasgow…

Exhibition — The Postcard is a Public Work of Art

Molly Rooke · Realistic Expectation (1), (2) & (3) [2013] · Set of three collaged postcards

Molly Rooke · Realistic Expectation (1), (2) & (3) [2013]

You are invited to the exhibition The Postcard is a Public Work of Art opening on January 23rd, 2014 at X Marks the Bökship in London…

Launch — Duck, Die Nasty by Matt Crabe

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On January 16th, 2014 Duck, Die Nasty by Matt Crabe, published by Wizard Skull, will be launched at Printed Matter, New York…

Launch — Mulier Sacer by Jimini Hignett

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On Thursday, January 16th, 2014 Jimini Hignett will launch his new publication Mulier Sacer at San Serriffe in Amsterdam…

“As an inhabitant of this city, which generates such a large proportion of its income through the prostitution industry, the issue is one I feel compelled to tackle with my work, but I struggle to find a way to approach it as an artistic project… so many feminist controversies, so many complexities ­ I am wary of the battleground. How to make art from something this desolate, this vulnerable?”
— Jimini Hignett

“In Mulier Sacer Jimini Hignett juxtaposes the fragile stories and photographs of women who have escaped from forced prostitution in the Netherlands with other pieces of writing – an essay about the uneasy relationship between prostitution and feminism by Professor Maggie O’Neill, a selection of blog entries by an ex-prostitute turned abolitionist, an interview with a sociologist who procures sex-workers for her handicapped clients, and a proposed change in Dutch legislation by a crown prosecutor specialising in human trafficking.”
— DAI

San Serriffe
St. Annenstraat 30
Amsterdam

January 16th, 2014 at 8 pm