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Artist Newspaper Research and Reading Room, Berlin

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RESEARCH AND READING ROOM

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Eleanor Vonne Brown and Michalis Pichler recently put together a newspaper Research & Reading Room gathering conceptual publications and/or artpieces that use form or content of newspapers.
OPEN CALL: Artists are invited to contribute related works.

The Reading and Research Room took place at:
Pavillon am Milchhof
, Ateliergemeinschaft Milchhof e.V. Schwedter Straße 232 10435 Berlin,
July 17 – 27 2010 Vernissage Friday, July 16th 2010,7pm
ARTISTS’ NEWSPAPERS TALK by Eleanor Vonne Brown Friday, July 16th 2010,8pm

Tel +49 30 50 59 23 38
Opening hours: Tue – Sat, 12 – 18 Uhr

The Newpaper http://www.thenewpaper.co.uk/News.html

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August 12, 2010 at 12:51 pm

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Launch for issue #3 of Mono: 18 Unassisted Readymades by John Stezaker, Thursday 12th August, 7 – 9pm

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Launch for issue #3 of Mono:

18 Unassisted Readymades
by John Stezaker

Thursday 12th August
7 - 9pm

at Donlon Books
210 Cambridge Heath rd, London, E2 9NQ

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Mono is a free quarterly paper dedicated to publishing image based essays. Each issue is selected by invited artists and curators. Mono aims to provide a unique platform for the exploration of ideas through images.

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www.monopaper.co.uk

info@monopaper.co.uk

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August 9, 2010 at 11:40 am

Launch of British Folk, Friday 6th August, 6-9 pm

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Friday 6th August, 6 -9 pm
BRITISH FOLK by James Pearson-Howes, designed by Ben Freeman

British Folk: Part One is the first in a trilogy of small hand bound books by photographer James Pearson-Howes and designed by Ben Freeman, documenting bizarre and eccentric British folk traditions. Part one features the shamanic like Hunters Moon Morris, the often dangerous Tar Barrels, the peculiar Whittlesea Straw Bear and colorful Red Leicester Morris Men.

These events are no longer about exorcising the town’s demons or getting better crops, they are about being part of a community. It is the people from these communities taking part in these events that the trilogy of books will focus upon.

Each book is litho printed and is a limited edition of 250. British Folk: Part Two will feature The Obby Oss, The Pearly King and Queen and Lewis Bonfire Night. Part three is due for completion early 2011.

X marks the Bökship/ Donlon Books
210 / 3, Cambridge Heath Road
London E2 9NQ

www.donlonbooks.co.uk
https://bokship.wordpress.com

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August 2, 2010 at 8:18 pm