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Online Book Presentation

Josephine Meckseper and Paulina Pobocha

in Conversation

Please join us for a conversation between artist Josephine Meckseper and curator Paulina Pobocha centered on Meckseper’s body of work and her new catalogue. Meckseper and Pobocha will explore the artist’s complex family narrative, contextualize inter-war, wartime, and post-war German art, and discuss Meckseper’s exhibition at the Frac des Pays de la Loire.

Presented by Printed Matter, Inc.

Wednesday, March 31, 2021
5:30 p.m. EST

This event will be live on zoom. Please RSVP for the event here.

Online Book Presentation

Isabelle Graw and Kim Gordon

No Icon In Another World

This online event brings together long-time acquaintances Kim Gordon and Isabelle Graw for a discussion of their new books, No Icon (Rizzoli) and In Another World: Notes, 2014–2017 (Sternberg Press). While taking different approaches to the form of the memoir, both books touch on similar themes, especially the role of art—writing, painting, music—in processing loss and overcoming deeply rooted patterns.

Presented by the Goethe-Institut Los Angeles and Skylight Books, in cooperation with Sternberg Press.

Thursday, March 25, 2021
12:00 p.m. PST / 8:00 p.m. CET

Join the live stream via Zoom here
or via Facebook Live here.


PIN-UP Magazine Book Club

Mark Wigley

Konrad Wachsmann’s Television

Tune in to PIN-UP Magazine’s Book Club with Mark Wigley in conversation with Emma McCormick-Goodhart. Together they will discuss Wigley’s recent book, Konrad Wachsmann’s Television: Post-architectural Transmissions, the eleventh volume in the Critical Spatial Practice series.

Thursday, March 11, 2021
11:00 a.m. EST

Watch the conversation on Instagram live here.


Art book fair

Printed Matter’s

Virtual Art Book Fair

Find us in avatar mode this week at Printed Matter’s Virtual Art Book Fair! Our digital booth features our latest releases, and we will be around to chat and talk art-book publishing. You can find us there on opening night, Wednesday, February 24, and between 10:00 am and 1:00 pm EST, February 25–28.

Registration and the book fair’s access link can be found here.

On Saturday, February 27, 6:30–8pm EST, join us in the Classroom for the livestreamed book launch of Where are the tiny revolts?, with Nicole Archer, Dodie Bellamy, Kaucyila Brooke, Glen Helfand, Alex Kitnick, Marcela Pardo Ariza, and P. Staff.
Co-hosted by the Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts and Printed Matter.

MIT Press Podcast and HBA Book Awards 2021

The Place Is Here

Black Artists in 1980s Britain

We are pleased to announce that The Place Is Here: The Work of Black Artists in 1980s Britain was selected for a Historians of British Art Book Award 2021.

To celebrate this occasion, please join us in listening to the MIT Press podcast episode with editors Nick Aikens and Elizabeth Robles, in which they discuss the range of perspectives on Black art in Thatcherite Britain offered by the collection of artworks, essays, and conversations found in the book.

Further information on the Historians of British Art Book Awards 2021 here.

Listen and subscribe to the MIT Press podcast here.

Online Launch and discussion


Archival Imaginaries, War, and Contemporary Art

Join us virtually at the the Mosaic Rooms, London, with contributors Heba Y. Amin, Anthony Downey, Sophie Dyer, and Oraib Toukan as well as editors Daniela Agostinho and Solveig Gade for the book launch of (W)archives: Archival Imaginaries, War, and Contemporary Art.

Thursday, February 25, 2021
7:00 p.m. GMT

Further information and RSVP here.

Online launch and discussion

Maria Lind

Seven Years

Part of the program series BOOKS at Kunstinstituut Melly, curator and writer Maria Lind launches her recent anthology Seven Years, followed by a Q&A with contributor and Melly director Sofía Hernández Chong Cuy.

Friday, November 13, 2020
6:00 p.m. CET

Witte de Withstraat 50
3012 BR Rotterdam

The presentation will be live-streamed via Zoom. Reservation is required here.


Online launch and lecture

Tom Holert

Knowledge Beside Itself

On the occasion of the recent release of his latest book, Tom Holert will present his research in a talk entitled “Implicated Epistemically: On Contemporary Art’s Reliance on ‘Knowledge.’” Hosted by the program Künstlerische Forschung.

Wednesday, October 21, 2020
6:30 p.m. CET

Haus der Statistik, Haus B
Otto-Braun-Straße 70–72
10178 Berlin

Audience capacity is limited; please register beforehand. The talk will also be live-streamed here.

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