Lâmo Lâva

by Melanie Matthieu

Lâmo Lâva (old French patois for “Up there, down there”) revolves around a journey undertaken by Zürich-based visual artist Melanie Matthieu to the pilgrimage site of Our Lady of La Salette in the French Alps, where an apparition is said to have occurred in 1846. read more >>


€ 38,-


Robert Smithson: Art in Continual Movement

This book deals with the contemporary relevance of Robert Smitsons oeuvre. His seminal Land Art work Broken Circle/Spiral Hill (Emmen, The Netherlands, 1971) is treated as a case study which opens up to a number of actual topics in contemporary art.




€ 39,95



Following the release of Robert Smithson: Art in Continual Movement we presented a symposium about the legacy of the artist Robert Smithson (1938–1973) and its relevance for contemporary artistic practices. read more >>




A Photographic Research Project by Ilya Rabinovich

Photography project of museums in Chisinau, Moldava. By putting a lens on museums in Chisinau, now and then, Ilya Rabinovich shows how a country in crisis is trying to grant itself a new history. The museums prove to be the places of prominence where this new national identity is contested.
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€ 29,95


Arnon Grunberg: Brieven aan Esther

Unique edition in facsimile. 200 copies, signed and numbered by Arnon Grunberg.
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€ 100,-





Arnon Grunberg: Letters to Esther (Dutch: Brieven aan Esther)

In the period leading up to the publication of his first novel Blue Mondays (1994), Arnon Grunberg maintained a written correspondence with a 'student' named Esther. Letters to Esther is the result of a unique collaboration between Arnon Grunberg and Alauda Publications. The entanglement of personal biography and professional development of both author and publisher, is a rare find in the book world. (Photo: © Peter Daalderop)
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€ 13,50


Mariken Wessels: Elisabeth - I want to eat -

Elisabeth - I want to eat - consists of a collection of anonymous photographs, letters and postcards belonging to a young woman, which the artist stumbled upon in a shop in the Hendrik Jacobszstraat in Amsterdam. Wessels appropriates the found material in her own way, by photographing the images, creatively processing and arranging them, as well as occasionally adding her own material.




€ 35,-




Mariken Wessels: Queen Ann. P.S. Belly cut off

Queen Ann. P.S. Belly cut off  is the unfolding of a melancholic narrative of a woman, whose life seems to be dominated by her obesity. Yet the reader is never turned into a voyeur. ‘Queen Ann’s’ peculiar and touching photo collages of herself, expressing a longing for another ‘being’, are fused with the image that the book evokes around her persona.




€ 35,-