EXHIBITION Publications

Publications can be bought in the Design Shop.
For more information about our publications, please contact art@artipelag.se.

EXHIBITION CATALOGUE NO. 9

ARTIPELAG’S NO MAN IS AN ISLAND – ARTISTIC EXCURSIONS IN STOCKHOLM’S ARCHIPELAGO

Produced by Artipelag, 2014
237 pages, illustrated. Languages: Swedish, English.
ISBN 978-91-980428-7-0

Contents
Few places are as copiously written about, celebrated in song, or “prettily painted” as Stockholm’s archipelago. But nowadays, representations of the archipelago are increasingly seen as more of a nostalgic tourist cliché, wherein the notion of archipelago art has become a dubious category. Aided by artwork from the end of the 1800s up until today, the exhibition No Man is an Island attempts to problematize the image of the archipelago based on concepts such as class, gender and identity.

The richly illustrated catalogue is designed by Greger Ulf Nilsson. Text written by Bo Nilsson.

Price: 100 SEK

EXHIBITION CATALOGUE NO. 8 

THE VISIBLE. SWEDISH CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHY

Produced by Artipelag, Published by Bokförlaget Arena, 2014
196 pages, illustrated. Languages: Swedish, English.
ISBN 978-91-7843-419-0

Contents
The Visible. Swedish Contemporary Photography creates a picture of the most central questions, approaches and subjects portrayed by photographers and artists working with photography in Sweden during the 2000s. The book includes a comprehensive presentation of 21 Swedish photographers and their work from the last five years.

The richly illustrated catalogue is designed by Petter Antonisen and Lena Gerkens.

Price: 100 SEK

EXHIBITION CATALOGUE NO. 7

BLACKBOARD – TEACHING AND LEARNING FROM ART

Produced by Artipelag, 2013
174 Pages, illustrated. Languages: Swedish, English.
ISBN 978-91-980428-6-3

With the arrival of the computer, the blackboard has almost disappeared from teaching. But in art it has been important as a way of emphasizing the position of art as a conveyor of knowledge. Authors: Bo Nilsson, Jessica Höglund and Magnus Jensner. Design: Patric Leo.

Price: 100 SEK

EXHIBITION CATALOGUE NO. 6

ONE TWO TREE!

Produced by Artipelag, 2013
252 pages, illustrated. Languages: Swedish, English
ISBN 978-91-980428-5-6

In the tracks of ecological and environmental awareness, the woods have become house-trained again and designers – not just in Sweden but everywhere – have taken wood to new heights. This new wave of wood’s popularity is expressed in this summer’s large design exhibition: One, Two, Tree! – Artipelag’s first all-design exhibition. Editor: Staffan Bengtsson. Design: Sandra Praun

Price: 100 SEK

EXHIBITION CATALOGUE NO. 5

William Wegman: Hello Nature – How to draw, paint, cook and find your way

Produced by Artipelag, 2013
Laguage: Swedish, English
ISBN: 978-91-980428-4-9

 

EXHIBITION CATALOGUE NO. 4

POUL GERNES / SIDEKICK / COSIMA VON BONIN

Produced by Artipelag, 2013
105 pages, illustrated, paperback. Languages: Swedish, English,
ISBN 978-91-980428-3-2

Contents
The art of Danish artist Poul Gernes (1925-1996) has long been an integral part of the Danish art scene, but Gernes was also somewhat of an outsider that preferred to go his own way. Cosima von Bonin (born 1962 in Kenya) is one of contemporary art’s most acclaimed artists. In conjunction with the exhibition Bruder Poul sticht in See at Hamburger Kunstverein 2001, Cosima von Bonin began to engage in a dialogue with the artistry of Poul Gernes. This dialogue deepened over the years, becoming a rich discussion wherein it was not always clear who was the lead person and who was the sidekick. In Artipelag’s exhibition Sidekick, the works of Poul Gernes and Cosima von Bonin will be shown together for the first time in Sweden.

The richly illustrated catalogue is designed by Matilda Plöjel. Authors: Bo Nilsson, Magnus Jensner, Laura Cottingham, Anders Krüger.

Price: 100 SEK

 

EXHIBITION CATALOGUE NO. 3

ENLIGHTENED – ELECTRIC LIGHT AS THE FAIRY OF ART

Produced by Artipelag, 2012
96 pages, illustrated, paperback. Languages: Swedish, English,
ISBN 978-91-980428-2-5

Contents
Enlightened, Artipelag Konsthall’s major autumn exhibition, comprises selected works featuring electric light by some of the world’s most influential artists. The exhibition is a visual and intellectual voyage through the art of the 1960s to the present day, and an impressive display of various lighting techniques.

The richly illustrated catalogue is by designed by BankerWessel. Authors: Bo Nilsson and Magnus Jensner.

Price: 100 SEK

EXHIBITION CATALOGUE NO. 2

CANDIDA HÖFER
AFFINITIES/AFFINITÄTEN/AFFINITETER

Produced by Artipelag in cooperation with publisher Schirmer Mosel, 2012
161 pages, illustrated, paperback. Languages: Swedish, English, German.
ISBN 978-91-980428-1-8 (Artipelag), 978-3-8296-0612-7 (Schirmer Mosel)

Contents
Candida Höfer is one of the foremost representatives of contemporary photographers and the exhibition at Artipelag is her first in Sweden. Including almost 100 works, it is an overview spanning 4 decades from earlier works such as Liverpool to Rodin’s Borgarna i Calais and later works from Neues Museum Berlin. In addition to rich photographic material, the book also includes text written by Professor of Psychology Friedrich Wolfram Heubach as well as a preface by Artistic Director Bo Nilsson.

”The exhibition is an invitation to follow an exercise of self-examination: I attempt to identify – across time, across sets of motives and across the presentation forms used – common denominators of the visual memory that is guiding me.”
Candida Höfer

Price: 100 SEK

EXHIBITION CATALOGUE NO. 1

GENIUS LOCI (PLATSENS SJÄL)

Produced by Artipelag, 2012
241 pages, illustrated, paperback. Languages: Swedish, English.
ISBN 978-91-980428-0-1

Contents
Genius Loci is Artipelag’s opening exhibition. In the ancient world, it was believed that a guardian spirit embraced all living creatures and even places: genius loci. By featuring historically important events and 16 contemporary artists, we illustrate aspects of genius loci and its relevance in our time. The book is designed by Greger Ulf Nilsson and is richly illustrated. It includes texts written by Görel Cavalli Björkman and Artistic Director Bo Nilsson.

Price: 100 SEK

Exhibition Catalogues are available for purchase at Artipelag’s Design Shop.
For more information about our publications, please contact art@artipelag.se.

 

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