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The focus of our program is on contemporary art. Besides artists of international standing, here, you can also discover many young positions, frequently first publications of aspiring artists on their way to international recognition. In addition, topics of classical modernism and art history are an integral component of our engagement as a publisher.

Here, you find unique artist monographs, exhibition and collection catalogues as well as catalogue raisonnés, which are created in close cooperation with artists, museums, collectors, and galleries

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  1. Photo Objects
    Photographs are not only pictures, but three-dimensional objects as well. They are picked up, turned around, edited, framed, sent, posted on the Internet, thrown away, or deleted. Read More
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    CHF61.40

  2. „von zweifellos künstlerischem Wert“ – Paul Goesch und seine Werke zwischen Anstalt und Avantgarde
    The lifework of Paul Goesch (1885–1940) is a particularly impressive example of the interplay between art and mental illness. Read More
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  3. Franz Radziwill
    Der Maler Franz Radziwill (1895-1983) gilt international als bedeutender Vertreter des Magischen Realismus. 1923 ließ er sich in Dangast am Jadebusen nieder und schuf dort den Großteil seiner über 800 Ölgemälde. Read More
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  4. Bauhaus and Photography
    How do innovations by the Bauhaus also still contribute to further developments in photographic pictorial languages today? What role does the photo avant-garde around 1930 play for contemporary artists? Read More
    €58.00
    CHF71.22

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    On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Overbeck Society, a comprehensive publication will be published presenting the history of the Lübecker Kunstverein (Lübeck Art Association) in the 20th and 21st centuries. Read More
    €68.00
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  6. Alfred Schmela: A Centenary Exhibition
    On November 23, 2018, the famous Düsseldorf gallery owner Alfred Schmela would have celebrated his hundredth birthday. To mark this occasion, the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen is organizing an exhibition that shows the wide-ranging network of this “pioneer of the avant-garde.” Read More
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  7. George Grosz in Berlin
    George Grosz (1893–1959), whose work would be inconceivable without the November Revolution of 1918 and the turmoil of the Weimar Republic, is one of the most important artists from Berlin. Read More
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  8. Constructing the World

    From the Weimar Republic, to the United States, to the Soviet Union: Between 1919 and 1939, the visual arts of these three great powers suddenly developed along similar lines.

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  9. Acquired · Owned · Squandered
    Rarely has an event in the national and international cultural and art scene provoked so much and such long-lasting public dispute as the restitution of Ernst Ludwig Kirchner’s Berlin Street Scene, a major work by the stylistically pioneering painter of Die Brücke from the legendary collection of the Jewish shoe manufacturer Alfred Hess that was highly esteemed in the Weimar Republic and also a centerpiece of the holdings of the Brücke Museum in Berlin. Read More
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  10. Kay Walkowiak, Minimal Vandalism Filmstill, 2013, Filmstill  HD Video, 16:9 3, 49 Min., Color, Sound, © Kay Walkowiak, ©Kay Walkowiak, Courtesy Kay Walkowiak and Zeller van Almsick, Vienna
    Minimal art has been recorded in “cultural memory” as one of the most influential stylistic genres of the 20th century, with artists such as Donald Judd, Carl Andre, or Sol LeWitt. The exhibition Sexy and Cool: Minimal Goes Emotional looks at the afterlife of minimal art in the present. Read More
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