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Fair — Index Art Book Fair

From April 14th to 16th, 2016 the third edi­tion of the Index Art Book Fair hap­pens at Museo Jumex in Mex­ico City…

Event — Papertrail

From Decem­ber 1st to 2nd, 2012 the first edi­tion of Paper­trail takes place at Magic John­ston in Colling­wood, Mel­bourne…

Event — Shelter Press & Occulto Magazine at Wiels

Wiels invites you to an even­ing cur­ated by Shel­ter Press and Occulto Magazine on Octo­ber 29th 2012 at Brus­sels…

Launch — Material #3

You are inv­it­ied to Motto in Ber­lin to cel­eb­rate the launch of Mater­i­al Issue #3 on August 11th 2012

Launch — Fillip 16

On May 30th 2012 Fil­lip and Motto present a spe­cial launch event for the six­teenth issue of Fil­lip magazine with con­trib­ut­ing artist Olaf Nic­olai, writer Patri­cia Reed, and Fil­lip Asso­ci­ate Edit­or Ant­o­nia Hirsch at Motto in Ber­lin…

Event — Bookies

You are invited to join the Book­ies sem­in­ar this week­end, April 14th to 15th 2012 at Kiasma Museum of Con­tem­por­ary Art in Hel­sinki. In occa­sion of Book­ies two exhib­i­tions on inde­pend­ent art pub­lish­ing at Myymälä2 and Napa Gal­lery will open…

Lecture — How it’s made Vol. 7 (Morava Books)

On March 10th 2012 Honza Zamojski and Alex­is Zavia­loff will have a con­ver­sa­tion about Morava Books at Motto in Ber­lin…

Launch — Linear Manual & Doubting #4

On Feb­ru­ary 23rd 2012 you’re invited to the launch of Lin­ear Manu­al and Doubt­ing No. 4, pub­lished by TLTRPreß (Too­Long­ToR­ead­Press) at Motto Ber­lin

Review — ZUG #1 & #2

Reviews are import­ant. As an informed opin­ion they offer guid­ance and arouse interest. In the era of the inter­net you often judge an artzine or artist book just by the pic­tures of a few spreads. It is hard to know what a pub­lic­a­tion con­tains and in most cases you buy it without detailed inform­a­tion, or you do not buy it at all. In the big­ger cit­ies, dis­tros have tackled the prob­lem and it is here, where you can browse (manu­ally) through the dif­fer­ent pub­lic­a­tions before you make your buy­ing decision. Unfor­tu­nately, not every city has a dis­tro and for this reas­on, artzines​.de has not only improved its selec­tion of artzines intro­duced online, but did so on the grounds of reviews by Regine Ehleit­er. Under Regine’s guid­ance, artzines​.de will update its selec­tion reg­u­larly, includ­ing new­comers as well as  clas­sics of the artzine scene.

Regine stud­ied Cul­tur­al Stud­ies, Journ­al­ism and His­tory of Art at Uni­ver­sity of Leipzig, Ger­many. She has proven her­self as a know­ledge­able and pas­sion­ate expert on artzines, when giv­ing a lec­ture on the top­ic at the »I’ve Zine The Dark­ness« exhib­i­tion in Halle. Fur­ther­more, Regine cur­ated the »Thanks for Shar­ing« exhib­i­tion at D21 Kun­straum in Leipzig of which she is a found­ing mem­ber. She cur­rently works as a cur­at­ori­al assist­ant at the Staat­liche Kun­sthalle Baden-Baden.

Please warmly wel­come Regine to artzines​.de. I am very happy to work with her… — Mor­itz

Launch — Apeirophobia

The Read­ing Room presents the book launch of Apeir­o­pho­bia by Karin Kihl­berg and Reuben Henry on Feb­ru­ary 17th 2012 at Motto Ber­lin…