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Lucas Arruda: Deserto-Modelo

Lucas Arruda’s oeuvre comprises paintings, graphics, light installations, slide projections, and films. It reflects an intense examination of a wide range of themes––from the conceptual framework of painting to the existential conditions of life. Arruda pays particular attention to the depiction of landscapes and seascapes, although these never refer to specific places. Instead, the artist is concerned with the thoughts and memories evoked by certain localities,  exploring the lighting conditions, atmospheres, and emotions associated with them to produce imaginary images. From June 6 to September 8, 2019, the Fridericianum presented Deserto-Modelo, Arruda’s first institutional survey show in Germany. The accompanying publication of the same name includes documentation of the exhibition, offers a multifaceted cultural and art historical contextualization of the work, and explores the philosophical dimensions of the practice of the artist, who was born in 1983.

176 pages, 24 x 28 cm, Text contributions by Vincenzo de Bellis, Fernanda Brenner, Marlene Bürgi, Lilian Tone, Theodora Vischer, and Moritz Wesseler in German and English, Hardcover with cloth binding, numerous color illustrations
Editor: Moritz Wesseler, Fridericianum
Publisher: Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther und Franz König
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ISBN: ISBN 978-3-7533-0252-2

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    Trisha Baga: Hope

    Year: 2021
    Technique: Wooden stamp
    Dimensions: 15 x 40 mm
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      Lucas Arruda: Deserto-Modelo

      Lucas Arruda’s oeuvre comprises paintings, graphics, light installations, slide projections, and films. It reflects an intense examination of a wide range of themes––from the conceptual framework of painting to the existential conditions of life. Arruda pays particular attention to the depiction of landscapes and seascapes, although these never refer to specific places. Instead, the artist is concerned with the thoughts and memories evoked by certain localities,  exploring the lighting conditions, atmospheres, and emotions associated with them to produce imaginary images. From June 6 to September 8, 2019, the Fridericianum presented Deserto-Modelo, Arruda’s first institutional survey show in Germany. The accompanying publication of the same name includes documentation of the exhibition, offers a multifaceted cultural and art historical contextualization of the work, and explores the philosophical dimensions of the practice of the artist, who was born in 1983.

      176 pages, 24 x 28 cm, Text contributions by Vincenzo de Bellis, Fernanda Brenner, Marlene Bürgi, Lilian Tone, Theodora Vischer, and Moritz Wesseler in German and English, Hardcover with cloth binding, numerous color illustrations
      Editor: Moritz Wesseler, Fridericianum
      Publisher: Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther und Franz König
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      ISBN: ISBN 978-3-7533-0252-2

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        Trisha Baga: Hope

        With texts by Paulina Pobocha and Moritz Wesseler.

        On November 3, 2020, Trisha Baga illuminated the facade of the Fridericianum in Kassel with HOPE, a film produced especially for the occasion. The work is a reflection on the state of our world today and, more specifically, a commentary on the US presidential election that took place on the same date. Baga’s film reflects the markedly contrasting events, conditions, and moods of the present moment, which combine to form a new sense of unity within the work. The result is an echoing declaration in which, like in most of the artist’s works, the boundaries between film, painting, sculpture, and architecture, between the work of art and its surroundings, blur. The relevance of Baga’s themes was underscored through the presentation of HOPE as a widely visible illumination, giving rise to a resounding call for both hope and action. 

        64 pages, 17,5 x 31,5 cm, texts in German and English, softcover in slipcase, numerous colored pictures
        Editor: Moritz Wesseler, Fridericianum
        Publisher: Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther und Franz König
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        ISBN: ISBN 978-3-7533-0171-6

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          Keren Cytter: Full House

          The artist’s book Full House is based on a new series of drawings by Keren Cytter, who was born in 1977 in Tel Aviv. The images depict the interior of apartments in Netanya, Lausanne, and New York, in which the artist and writer lived between 2020 and 2022. Cytter used a variety of felt-tips to make the drawings, which are composed like puzzles, but here the pieces do not seem to quite fit together. In this way, the view into the everyday life of Cytter, which is not least reminiscent of the tradition of diaries, is regularly undermined.

          24 pages, 14,5 x 20 cm, softcover, numerous pictures
          Editor: Moritz Wesseler, Fridericianum
          Publisher: Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther und Franz König
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          ISBN: 978-3-7533-0181-5

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            Karl Holmqvist: #GIVEPOETRYATRYCOLLECTEDPOETRY1990-2020…

            We are pleased to announce the publication of the artist’s book and catalog of works #GIVEPOETRYATRYCOLLECTEDPOETRY1990-2020… by Karl Holmqvist. The publication includes all the writing works created over the past thirty years by the artist and author, who was born in 1964 in Sweden and now lives in Berlin. The book, which was realized in close collaboration with designer Dan Solbach, is published on the occasion of Holmqvist’s projects at the Fridericianum and at gta exhibition / ETH Zurich. Edited by Moritz Wesseler, Fredi Fischli and Niels Olsen.

            Karl Holmqvist lives and works in Berlin. He has realized solo exhibitions and site-specific projects at the Fridericianum in Kassel, LAXART in Los Angeles, the Center d’Art Contemporain in Geneva, the Kunstverein Braunschweig (with Klara Liden), the Power Station in Dallas, and Camden Art Center in London. In 2003 and 2011, Holmqvist participated in the Venice Biennale, and in 2005, 2007, and 2013 he was part of Performa, New York. In 2013 Holmqvist  was awarded the Arthur Köpcke Prize (Arthur Køpckes Mindegat).

            256 pages, 21 x 29,7 cm, Texts in Englisch
            Editor: Moritz Wesseler, Fredi Fischli, Niels Olsen
            Publisher: Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther und Franz König
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            ISBN: 978-3-96098-981-3

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              Ron Nagle: Sub Rosa

              With a text by Ron Nagle and a conversation between Massimiliano Gioni and the artist.

              “Years later I rediscovered the photo booth at a novelty shop on 24th Street in San Francisco. I spent a lot of time there, taking dozens of pictures. Simultaneously, I began collecting random postcards from my favorite shop in North Beach. My photo shoots got more involved when I decided to merge the two elements. I would adjust my posture, pose, and attire to best accommodate the postcard. Sometimes it would take a hundred shots to get it right. By carefully selecting the proper combination of sticker and postcard, I was able to make a somewhat convincing tableau. These collages allowed me to insinuate myself into a scene from someone else’s experience.” (Ron Nagle)

              The artist’s book is published on the occasion of the exhibitions:

              Euphoric Recall
              Fridericianum, Kassel
              June 6 – September 8, 2019

              Ron Nagle
              Secession, Vienna
              November 23, 2019 – February 9, 2020

              136 pages, 14.7 x 10.5 cm, Engl., hardcover, numerous colored pictures
              Editor: Fridericianum, Secession
              Publisher: Revolver Publishing
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              ISBN: 978-3-95763-458-0
              In cooperation with the Secession, Vienna

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                Richard Hawkins: My Own Personal Bess

                The publication My Own Personal Bess, an artist’s book by Richard Hawkins was published on the occasion of the Forrest Bess exhibition. It is composed of collages, for which Hawkins combined reproductions of paintings by the visionary artist with selected text fragments and advertisements from the article “His Name Was Forrest Bess,” published in 1981 by Texas Monthly magazine. The book empathically approaches both the artistic work and biography of Bess, whom Hawkins discovered in his youth and considers to be a pioneering figure. Today Hawkins’s own work has likewise become an important point of reference for a younger generation of artists. 

                32 pages, 20 × 27,5 cm, Texts in English, with 12 color, full-page illustrations, stitched binding
                Editor: Moritz Wesseler, Fridericianum
                Publisher: Koenig Books, London 2020
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                ISBN: 978-3-96098-840-3

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                  Rachel Rose

                  The Fridericianum in Kassel and the Lafayette Anticipations Foundation in Paris are pleased to announce the publication of the catalogue Rachel Rose. The illustrated edition is published to accompany the first major solo exhibitions of the New York-born artist (1986) to be held in Germany (October 26, 2019 – January 12, 2020) and France (March 13 – September 13, 2020).

                  In recent years, Rachel Rose has quickly risen to prominence for her compelling video installations and films. In her work, the artist often explores how our relationship to landscape, storytelling and belief systems around mortality are inseparably linked to one other. Through multiple subject matter she questions what it is that makes us human and how we seek to alter and escape that designation.
                  The catalogue offers a complete overview of the artist’s work through well-founded text contributions and extensive documentation of her works.

                  240 pages, 22.5 x 29 cm, Texts in German and English
                  Editor: Moritz Wesseler, Fridericianum; Guillaume Houzé and Rebecca Lamarche-Vadel, Lafayette Anticipations
                  Publisher: Buchhandlung Walther König
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                  ISBN: 978-3-96098-680-5
                  Authors: Anna Colin, Wai Chee Dimock, Guillaume Houzé, Rebecca Lamarche-Vadel, Quinn Latimer, Timothy Morton, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Moritz Wesseler

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                    Trisha Baga: Hope

                    Year: 2021
                    Technique: Wooden stamp
                    Dimensions: 15 x 40 mm
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                      Karl Holmqvist: Untitled (WARUM!!?)

                      Year: 2020
                      Technique: Silkscreen
                      Dimensions: 50 cm x 70 cm
                      Edition of: 14 (plus 6 APs und 1 HC), Signed and numbered
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                        Vincent Fecteau: Untitled Multiple (Bottoms)

                        Year: 2004
                        Technique: Iris digital print, plexiglas, cardboard
                        Dimensions: 11 x 11 x 11 cm
                        Edition of: 20 + 4 AP

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                        Rachel Rose: study for egg

                        Year: 2019
                        Technique: Digital print on watercolor paper
                        Dimensions: 13 x 19’’
                        Edition of: 5 (plus 2 APs)
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                          James Benning: after Bess (solid brass round rod)

                          Year: 2020
                          Technique: Framed digital photo print
                          Dimensions: 38,7 cm x 41,7 cm (frame), 20,3 cm x 17,3 cm (print)
                          Edition of: 10 (plus 1 AP + 1 HC), Signed and numbered
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