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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…