Qompendium is an evolving and ever-changing platform for philosophy, art, culture and science, represented by a series of print publications: magazines, books and monographs. Furthermore, it is enriched by a gallery concept, a work shop and a fast-moving online portal.


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Qompendium, Stationery, Kimberly Lloyd

Regular Editions

Qompendium Print Publication
Posted
Saturday, 30.01.2010

Volume 1 Regular Edition

Qompendium Print Publication is a selective journey through the multiverse of intentional and unintentional time capsules featuring an array of exceptional pictorial essays, unabridged interviews and supplementary brand editorials.

Qompendium Print Publication Volume 1 features a number of pictorial essays bringing to light six decades of history, composed and compiled from masterpieces captured by Douglas Kirkland and Deborah Feingold. Other artists range from Lyn Balzer, Tony Perkins to Valérie Belim, Aubrey de Grey, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Todd DiCiurcio, Laurence Ellis, Emir Eralp, Clinton Friedman, Dominik Gigler, David Lees, Siems Luckwaldt, Paul Pope, Nick Sagan, Daniel Stier, Ben Watts, Martynka Wawrzyniak, Christian Weber, Doug Wilson, Per Zennström and abundant others – all work designed and placed in a strikingly unusual and unpredictable editorial design environment.


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Syntax –
a Book of Ideas

 

A crusader for boldness? It is a dwarf compared to some big Taschen books or some over-proportioned newspapers that brand themselves as magazines. The exact dimensions are 14,5 cm by 19 cm and 2,5 cm thick, and it weighs ca. 750 grams. This 384 pages could be classified as a cross between a magazine and a soft-bound book. And it is almost sold out.

Edited by CS Leigh

Books, Magazines, Fanzines

Syntax – a Book of Ideas
Posted
Thursday, 01.07.2010

A crusader for boldness? It is a dwarf compared to some big Taschen books or some over-proportioned newspapers that brand themselves as magazines. The exact dimensions are 14,5 cm by 19 cm and 2,5 cm thick, and it weighs ca. 750 grams. This 384 pages could be classified as a cross between a magazine and a soft-bound book. And it is almost sold out.


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Stationery Sets

Just the Two of Us
Posted
Monday, 02.11.2009

Just the Two of Us is one of 21 greetings cards designed by Kimberly Lloyd for the Qompendium Stationery Set and printed on Arjowiggins Virtual Pearl.

Look inside the Stationery Set consisting of 21 great greetings cards with envelopes and a writing device for different occasions.


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Travel

Messors
Posted
Wednesday, 23.01.2013

What is the Bel Paese you ask?

"It is a mixture, a sum of many elements: flavors, history, landscape and cultures. It’s the feeling of the abundance just before the harvest. It’s the contemplation and awe while walking through Pompeii or the Etruscan tombs in Cerveteri, the theatre and fantasy of Frascati gardens and the valley of the temples in Agrigento. It’s the pure pleasure of drizzling olive oil on dense durum wheat bread, spotting the shepherd and his flock on the hill, candlelit dinner in a cave and driving the tractor plow with my 3 year-old son August."
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Since its founding in 1989 under the tutelage of director Tonio Creanza, Messors has worked on a host of preservation projects in the Puglia region in Italy covering archeological research, restoration projects on frescoes, wood and stone statues, decorative painting, guided tours, educational field school projects and study abroad university programs.

"I do not want to preach,  I really just want to share, believe it is all possibe and have fun doing it. If I could harvest, meet people and work with with them to conserve and restore, and feast with my wife, son and traveling friends every night I would."

Qompendium in talk with Tonio Creanza, click to read further


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Branding, Marketing

In good times we build up reserves which we then consume during harder times. This is a very strong recipe for sustainable success.

 

All eyes on Victorinox and Mr. Alain Hospenthal giving an insight on design repositioning, licensing deals, workforce retention and qualitative projects.

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Books, Magazines, Fanzines

Breaking Typography Rules!
Posted
Thursday, 10.02.2011

Anneloes van Gaalen's fifth book in the Ridiculous Design Rules series by BIS Publishers is about rules in typography – a special joy for graphic designers and those interested in working with copy.

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MuseumNext: 19 to 21 April 2015
Posted
Sunday, 01.02.2015

MuseumNext is Europe’s major conference on the future of museums. The event brings together delegates from around the world to discuss ‘what’s next?’ across all aspects of the museum including architecture, exhibitions, technology, skills, collections, conservation, purpose and leadership.  MuseumNext 2015 will take place in the Swiss city of Geneva. 

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Weekly Picks

Posted
Friday, 21.04.2017

Ancient Egyptians described their gods as having gold skin and lapis-lazuli hair, eyebrows, and eyelids. The colorful glass of this eye, which was once part of a human-shaped coffin, imitates the costly blue stone. Its color implies that the deceased passed all the necessary ordeals and is now among the gods and equated with Osiris.

Right Eye from an Anthropoid Coffin, 1539-30 B.C.E. Obsidian, crystalline limestone, blue glass, 13/16 x 2 5/16 x 1 in. (2.1 x 5.8 x 2.6 cm). Brooklyn Museum.

Go to the Qompendium Tumblr for more daily eye candy and mind floss.

 

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Conferences, Exhibitions, Fairs

An American Way of Seeing
Posted
Saturday, 09.01.2010

“My work is non-narrative, actually; there aren’t any stories there. There are a lot of symbols and a lot of images, and the images have multiple meanings.” Alex Katz, 1990

The Museum Kurhaus Kleve is showcasing 40 pieces, a retrospective of Alex Katz represeting his work from the years 1957 to 2008. Exbihition ends on the 21.02.2010.

Museum Kurhaus Kleve
Tiergartenstraße 41
47533 Kleve

www.museumkurhaus.de
www.alexkatz.com


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Science

Happiness: The Science Behind the Smile

 

How might we achieve it? If happiness is good in itself, why haven't we simply evolved to be happier? A book by Daniel Nettle and one of Stefan Sagmeister's favorite books.

Science

Happiness: The Science Behind the Smile
Posted
Tuesday, 11.05.2010

How might we achieve it? If happiness is good in itself, why haven't we simply evolved to be happier? A book by Daniel Nettle and one of Stefan Sagmeister's favorite books.


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Art, Design, Artefacts

Bridget Riley and Op-Art
Posted
Wednesday, 12.05.2010

Bridget Riley is one of Britain’s best-known artists. Since the mid-1960s she has been celebrated for her distinctive, optically vibrant paintings which actively engage the viewer’s sensations and perceptions, producing visual experiences that are complex and challenging, subtle and arresting.


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Books, Magazines, Fanzines

The Panda People and Other Works

 

A book by Henrik Vibskov

Books, Magazines, Fanzines

The Panda People and Other Works
Posted
Wednesday, 14.04.2010

The jack-of-all-trades, here comes Vibskov again with yet another venture into the publishing realm. Published by Jap Sam Books.


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Lifestyle, Fashion, Gadgets

Fokahontas
Posted
Tuesday, 16.02.2010

Anna Wegelin is greatly inspired by Pocahontas, who was a Virginia Indian princess notable for having assisted colonial settlers at Jamestown in present-day Virginia. Her accessory line is handcrafted, reminding us of indian jewellery with a blend of contemporary swedish fashion. We met Anna Wegelin in Berlin and hopefully soon again on the catwalks of the fashion world.

 

www.annawegelin.com

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Question and Answer

Too Much Night

 

It was the case of too much representation, too much acting, too much posturing, too much hairspray, too  much make up, too much Botox, too much bullshit and too much fraud, all caught red-faced within the sprawl of the red carpet and feeling that all once again, I walked away from what I felt like too much night.

CS Leigh and Kimberly Lloyd in a conversation about the adventures of publishing and film making.

Question and Answer

Too Much Night
Posted
Thursday, 01.07.2010

It was the case of too much representation, too much acting, too much posturing, too much hairspray, too  much make up, too much Botox, too much bullshit and too much fraud, all caught red-faced within the sprawl of the red carpet and feeling that all once again, I walked away from what I felt like too much night.

A converstation with CS Leigh with Kimberly Lloyd


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Talents

Meet Karl Nawrot and Walter Warton
Posted
Thursday, 16.12.2010

Karl Nawrot and Walter Warton founded their studio Voidwreck in Amsterdam with Karl a graduate of the Werkplaats Typografie, a school considered as quite influencial in the realm of typography. Both graphic designers like to explore different mediums in order to develop shape and pattern within the borders of typography. Check out their site and make sure to reload often in order to see more.

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Conferences, Exhibitions, Fairs

French Photographer Jeanloup Sieff Exhibition
Posted
Thursday, 27.01.2011

The French photographer Jeanloup Sieff (1933–2000) began photographing in the early 1950s. In the course of his long career he engaged in reportage, landscape, fashion, commercial and portrait photography, working for magazines such as Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue, Paris-Match, Esquire, Glamour and Jardin des Modes. He published several books, including J’aime la danse (1962) and Faites comme si je n’étais pas là (2000). This exhibition features a selection from Sieff’s photographic oeuvre, with a special focus on his images portraying dance.

More on the exhibition here.

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Qompendium News

Review: Qompendium & Mudam
Posted
Saturday, 24.04.2010

A presentation at the Mudam about deconstructing and decoding Qompendium and constructing it back into a time capsule of historical and contemporary content. A pictorial review of the event on the 26th March 2010 at the Mudam, Luxembourg.


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Question and Answer

Christian Weber

 

I am not sure that an image can communicate anything that a movie can’t. There is a risk in making a movie or moving image, the risk of giving too much away. The same risk exists in making a photograph, but it is a lot easier to restrain. A movie doesn’t have to move much; sometimes a little is enough.

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Christian Weber
Posted
Friday, 01.01.2010

Creating assured images, Weber demonstrates a raw elegance that is at once provisional and precise. His celebrated portraits, architecture, and landscapes reveal a talent equally open to the verve and beauty of contemporary life. His photographs appear regularly in such publications as Life, Details, The New York Times Magazine, and Interview.

 

www.christianweber.net


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Lifestyle, Fashion, Gadgets

I Stay Coogi Down to the Socks
Posted
Sunday, 31.01.2016

Travelling all the way from the land down under, we bring you the ever classical knitwear label Coogi. Founded in 1969 by Jacky Teranto as Cuggi in Melbourne, Australia, it was renamed in 1987 to Coogi to give it more of an Aussie flair. Featured in a motley of tumultuous hues, the sweater enjoyed it’s first flourish when it became a wardrobe regular on super dad Heathcliff Huxtable from the Bill Cosby Show.

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John Baldessari: Pure Beauty
Posted
Tuesday, 22.12.2009

This exhibition is the biggest retrospective mounted in Spain of the work of John Baldessari (1931), one of the most notable and influential American artists. It contains over 130 works, some of them little known, and reviews the main concerns of this legendary artist who lives and works in Santa Monica (California) and has recently been awarded a Golden Lion at the Venice Biennale (2009).

Opening: Wednesday 10 February 2010
Dates: From 11 February to 25 April 2010
Curators: Jessica Morgan, Leslie Jones and Bartomeu Marí
Exhibition organised by Tate Modern, London, in association with the Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA).

 

www.macba.es


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The Wolfsburg Project
Posted
Tuesday, 19.01.2010

The primary medium of Californian artist James Turrell is light. Probably the best-known artist in his field, Turrell's entire oeuvre since the 1960s has been devoted to exploring the diverse manifestations of this immaterial medium and working towards a new, space-defining form of light art.

James Turrell. The Wolfsburg Project
24 October 2009 – 5 April 2010
Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg

 

www.kunstmuseum-wolfsburg.de


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Art, Design, Artefacts

Hfg Ulm, 1953 to 1968
Posted
Wednesday, 07.04.2010

A Flickr set to indulge German design nostalgia. Pictures are taken from the book: René Spitz: HFG Ulm. The view behind the foreground. A political history of the Ulm School of Design (1953-1968)«. Stuttgart 2002.

 

A Flickr set by Rene Spitz.

Art, Design, Artefacts

Lee Jelt Denim
Union Made Guaranteed not to shrink

 

Lee Jelt Denim Giant rendition of denim coveralls with amusing note that they will not shrink and in fabulous form for sale. Price range US Dollar 2.000,00

Art, Design, Artefacts

Lee Jelt Denim Giant for Sale
Posted
Monday, 05.04.2010

Lee Jelt Denim Giant rendition of denim coveralls with amusing note that they will not shrink and in fabulous form for sale. Price range US Dollar 2.000,00


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Conferences, Exhibitions, Fairs

A Tribute to Mark Morrisroe
Posted
Tuesday, 09.11.2010

Mark Morrisroe was a man driven to achieve fame and recognition. Restless and demanding—of himself as well as of others—he always wanted more, and from this inner restlessness he derived enormous resources of artistic energy. Right to the very end, his life and work, down to the photograms feverishly produced in the makeshift darkroom in his hospital, which have hardly ever been publicly shown until today, attest to an unlimited and ecstatic search for a sensual, aesthetic, and always ambivalently charged pictorial world.

On Sunday, 28 November 2010, the event A Tribute to Mark Morrisroe with Jack Pierson, Elisabeth Lebovici, Stuart Comer, Gail Thacker, Frank Wagner, Ramsey McPhillips, Teresa Gruber, Beatrix Ruf and Thomas Seelig will take place.

Exhibition
27. November 2010 to 13. February 2011
Fotomuseum Winthertur


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Hans-Peter Feldmann

 

We first encountered Hans-Peter Feldmann's work through his book in an artstore in Hamburg. Mesmerized by some of his random collages, we knew he is one German artist to follow. Since the 1970s, Feldmann has been collecting, archiving, and arranging everyday objects and photographs he has taken himself or found in photo albums, newspapers, and magazines. Seemingly banal, whimsical motifs compose his colourful repertoire. He takes pictures of shoes, sunsets, women's knees, and portraits out of their original context, reassembling them in accordance with preset criteria.

Conferences, Exhibitions, Fairs

Hans-Peter Feldmann
Posted
Monday, 21.06.2010

We first encountered Hans-Peter Feldmann's work through his book in an artstore in Hamburg. Mesmerized by some of his random collages, we knew he is one German artist to follow. Since the 1970s, Feldmann has been collecting, archiving, and arranging everyday objects and photographs he has taken himself or found in photo albums, newspapers, and magazines. Seemingly banal, whimsical motifs compose his colourful repertoire. He takes pictures of shoes, sunsets, women's knees, and portraits out of their original context, reassembling them in accordance with preset criteria.

 

19 June to 22 August 2010
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Books, Magazines, Fanzines

Das Magazin
Posted
Monday, 25.10.2010

Das Magazin celebrates magazines, zines and in its core independent publishing. A project by one of our favorite clients Art Lawyer, who commissioned the Qompendium Creative Crew to develop the entire Corporate Identity and Design for this brand and gallery space.

For its inauguration on the 30th of October there will be a "Magazine Pop-Up Store" for a period of 30 days, showcasing selected magazines from all over the world and we are happy to announce that Das Magazin will be also featuring titles from Antenne Books.

Find out more about Das Magazin or become a fan on facebook.


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Alexander Ney, the Artist’s Artist

 

Alexander Ney is often described as an "artist's artist;" a modern master of rare aesthetic vision who is not only popular in the public realm, but one whose works are honored by his peers for their inherent artistic integrity. For over half a century, Ney has continuously created unique works of art in diverse mediums, introducing strikingly original styles and ideas. Ney's pioneering artistic vision in both painting and sculpture perpetually makes his work stand apart from most contemporaries. But it is his instantly recognizable terra cotta and bronze sculpture that has made the artist a venerable household name.

Art, Design, Artefacts

Alexander Ney, the Artist’s Artist
Posted
Thursday, 01.07.2010

Alexander Ney is often described as an "artist's artist;" a modern master of rare aesthetic vision who is not only popular in the public realm, but one whose works are honored by his peers for their inherent artistic integrity. For over half a century, Ney has continuously created unique works of art in diverse mediums, introducing strikingly original styles and ideas. Ney's pioneering artistic vision in both painting and sculpture perpetually makes his work stand apart from most contemporaries. But it is his instantly recognizable terra cotta and bronze sculpture that has made the artist a venerable household name.


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Books, Magazines, Fanzines

Alex Katz Monograph
Posted
Saturday, 06.02.2010

Das Museum Kurhaus Kleve zeigt in der Ausstellung „Alex Katz – An American Way of Seeing“,  über 40 Arbeiten von Alex Katz aus dem Zeitraum 1957 bis 2008.

Für die Ausstellung ist ein Katalog erschienen, der einen umfassenden Überblick über das Werk von Alex Katz liefert. Im Anhang werden die ausgestellten Werke und eine ausführliche Biographie aufgeführt.

Zur Alex Katz Ausstellung

 

www.museumkurhaus.de
www.alexkatz.com


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Jean-Michel Basquiat
Posted
Monday, 28.06.2010

Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960 –1988) was one of the most fascinating and controversial personalities in the art world. After starting on the New York underground scene as a graffiti sprayer, musician and actor, he began to devote himself to painting at nineteen. His highly expressive, energetic work soon found wide admiration. Supported by Andy Warhol, he advanced to become an internationally acclaimed star.

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Monocle to launch Summer Newspaper
Posted
Monday, 26.07.2010

Newspaper aficionados, this summer is indeed one of the best for us. We are very happy to see Monocle launch its summer newspaper, which is supposed to be a super-sized, high-quality newspaper, targeting holidaying readers around the Mediterranean and city hubs throughout Europe, Asia and North America.

We have not received the hard copy yet, but we will be posting soon in detail on its haptic, functionality and ofcourse content factor. As our publisher soul-mate Tyler Brûlé puts it: “There’s a huge amount of talk about the death of print, thanks to various types of ‘pad’ devices, but if you think of summer – with sand, swimming, sun cream and socialising - a carefully crafted newspaper is more useful and reader-friendly than a backlit screen that hates the sun and salt”.

We believe that print is more than alive but it can only stay alive if you keep your content strong, your design inspiring and find commodities to prove your unique selling proposition and then you will also find advertising companies. Monocle partners with BMW, BlackBerry and Pictet as part of the mix for their summer newspaper.

The Monocle newspaper is available on newsstands from 29 July for eight weeks, accompanied by the weekly Monocle Summer Series audio bulletin, online at www.monocle.com from 30 July.

The Monocle newspaper cover price: £3.50/€5; size: 460 x 300mm; pagination: 60


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Lee Originals: The Archives

 

Detailed replicas of how jeans were manufactured many decades ago – this collection is set to be unique, timeless and fit to pure perfection. The brand Lee aims not to position this collection as a new trend but to reintroduce tradition and their heritage. Denim purists will be able to select the originals – made in Japan and washed in Japan.

Conferences, Exhibitions, Fairs

Sneak Peak: Lee Originals The Archives
Posted
Wednesday, 27.01.2010

Detailed replicas of how jeans were manufactured many decades ago – this collection is set to be unique, timeless and fit to pure perfection. The brand Lee aims not to position this collection as a new trend but to reintroduce tradition and their heritage. Denim purists will be able to selectthe originals – made in Japan and washed in Japan.

Qompendium x Lee
Qompendium visited Lee during Bread and Butter in Berlin to find an exhibition of historical pieces and unique great cuts in the Lock Area. Check out the images.


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Paul Smith twists up Vintage Furniture
Posted
Wednesday, 28.10.2009

Paul Smith has designed a collection of soft furnishing fabrics with the American fabric company called Maharam.

This photo shows the Oxford Chair, designed by Arne Jacobsen.


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Qompendium x Cleartones
Posted
Monday, 14.12.2015

We at Qompendium are excited to present to you, dear readership, a very special gift, a result of a collaboration with Hugo Verweij of Cleartones.

There a bazillion of ringtones out there on the market but non so delicately written, so precise, minimal and yet ear piercing as these custom ringtones. You will not miss a phone call.

As a response to the ever growing amount of polyphonic and musical ringtones, Cleartones presents a set of minimalist ringtones and notification tones optimized for the iPhone and Android devices. These simple, monophonic ringtones are designed with a sole purpose: subtle notification.

Like the shoes you wear, a ringtone is part of your outfit. It says something about you. And, like with shoes, you have a choice. You might choose one of the standard ringtones and sound like everyone else. Or choose a custom ringtone. But be aware of the omnidirectional nature of sound: when your favorite Looney Tunes character, your favorite eighties disco anthem or your two-year old kid notifies you of an incoming call, your co-workers, students, or boss will hear it as well. Ringtones should be mood-less, personal, unobtrusive yet functional.

The Qompendium x Cleartones ringtone consists of a clear sound to grab the attention combined with a hidden message - the word QOMPENDIUM in morse code, on a very low volume.

Exclusive and free download here in friendly association with Cleartones. And some very special Qompendium Wallpapers going along with it.

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Conferences, Exhibitions, Fairs

Schirn Kunsthalle: German Pop
Posted
Thursday, 05.02.2015

The exhibition of 150 works of art and documentary material by 34 artists directs to the once four crucial centers of Pop Art in Germany: Düsseldorf, Berlin, Munich and Frankfurt. During which these cities shaped Pop art into an independent urban art from.
The exhibition includes striking and surprising works, some of which have not been exhibited for decades or have never been shown publicly at all. German Pop is intended as an archaeology of a decade the 1960s to the early 1970s that uses paintings, objects and sculptures, films, collages, and graphic works to take stock of German Pop Art. The assembled works stem primarily from private estates and collections, but also from numerous well known art institutions such as the Museum Kunstpalast in Düsseldorf, the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich, or the ZKM in Karlsruhe.

From our point of view the exhibition, i.e. the view of certain artists in the collection of German Pop Art is not a benevolent point of view on capitalism but rather a shallow critique on American „imperialism“.

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Art, Design, Artefacts

Meet Helen Chadwick
Posted
Thursday, 11.03.2010

Helen Chadwick (1953 – March 15, 1996) was a British conceptual artist.  Chadwick has often been identified as a feminist, with several of her works addressing the role and image of woman in society.

 

www.valerielamontagne.com


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Question and Answer

Vanity Publishing, Maybe the Hardest way of Doing it.

 

Luxembourg’s leading independent publisher Mike Koedinger on the secrets of success, his print projects and lifestyle magazines.

Question and Answer

Mike Koedinger
Posted
Tuesday, 02.02.2010

Since its inception Mike Koedinger’s media group in 1994 has grown to become Luxembourg’s leading independent publisher. In an Interview with Kimberly Lloyd, the charismatic Producer of Colophon, the international symposium on magazine culture confabulates about the vain independent magazine industry, the need for new concepts of copyright protection and about the secrets of success.


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