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Store — Motto @ Utrecht

Opening on November 17th 2011, Motto presents a selection of publications from various European publishers at Utrecht in Tokyo…

Store — Motto & Fillip @ Kadist San Francisco

From October 12th to 16th 2011 Kadist San Francisco hosts a temporary store by Motto Books and Fillip

Exhibition — Manuel Raeder at Motto Berlin

Motto invites you to an exhibition of publications, editions, furniture, display devices and related matters by Manuel Raeder at Motto Berlin opening tonight September 9th 2011…

Launch party — Recent Publications

Fillip and Motto Books invites you to “Recent Publications”, a party hosted by the Waldorf Hotel in conjunction with the release of two new Fillip Editions publications: “Fact ’n’ Value” by Donato Mancini and “How High Is the City, How Deep Is Our Love” by Jeff Derksen…


PA/PER VIEW art book fair brings together 32 leading artist book publishers. Leave your laptop behind and come and browse amongst the finest titles of these consistent players of the printed word and image…

Launch — Quick #2

photo by Motto Berlin

The second issue of Quick Magazine will launch on Saturday, February 12th, 2011 at Motto Berlin.

Launch — Bored at the Museum, Bored at the Studio

“Post Parallelism” the exhibition by Navid Nuur at Kunst Halle Sankt Gallen is accompanied by his artist’s book “Bored at the Museum, Bored at the Studio” which has been created in cooperation with Mousse Publishing and which will be launched on February 10th.

Exhibition — Berlin-Paris 2011

For the third edition of the Berlin-Paris exchange, Motto invites Librairie Yvon Lambert with a selection of books from the gallery and other publications from the bookstore. Also, a new edition from Jonathan Monk will be presented.

Event — Mono.Markt #01

Today Motto, mono.kultur and mono.gramm opens a one day pop-up store at Café Systm in Berlin. You should go there…

Video — Lecture Alexis Zavialoff @ AA

Last week i posted the Lecture by Alexis Zavialoff (Motto) at Architectural Association. Now everybody who can’t join the event got the chance to view it online here. I enjoyed it very much and hope you will, too.