Wieso sieht Berlin aus wie Berlin? Die Berliner Portraits – Erzählungen zur Architektur der Stadt entstanden aus einer Faszination für die Komplexität,
The Greater Middle East Volume 3 An insight into the Greater Middle Eastern art scene and a debut to a new chapter of This Orient. The richness of specialities, the pure potential and authenticity of Middle Eastern and North African regions needs to be explored and shared with the world.
Buildings Register An insight into iconic buildings from Tunisia, Iraq, Egypt. Architectural drawings accompanied by an explanation to the buildings.
Brownbook’s latest issue meets a new generation reviving the Algerian capital’s cosmopolitan spirit
Girls, girls, girls; shy girl, sexy girl, they all like that fancy world. This line from the song by Sailor from 1976 doesn’t fit our idea of women. Our selection of female creatives – which are gathered in this issue – tackle challenges.
Colorblind Sands is a project for a journey, a reflection upon photography and the great American road trip. It explores the semantics of color,
Visitor by Vincent Ferrané (b. 1974, French) is a series of photographs of women artists in their studio in Paris.
Seasons Series draws inspiration from Kim Ki-Duk’s seminal film Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter… and Spring in which different actors, for each season, play the same character who is abandoned on a lake next to a floating monastery.
The catalogue of the Pavilion of Iraq at the 57th Venice Biennale, this book presents eight Iraqi artists of different generations—Sherko Abbas, Sadik Kwaish Alfraji, Ali Arkady, Luay Fadhil, Shakir Hassan Al Said, Nadine Hatton, Jewad Selim, and Sakar Sleman—together
The first reference monograph on the artist, this catalogue follows the first institutional exhibitions of Roccasalva held at the MAGASIN in Grenoble and at the Kölnischer Kustverein in Cologne.