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Samuel Henne

Shifts & Tilts

Published by:
Niedersächsische Sparkassenstiftung and State of Lower Saxony in collaboration with Kunstverein Göttingen and Halle für Kunst Lüneburg

Authors:
David Ebony
Marlies Wirth

Published on the occasion of New York Stipend 2018 – Niedersächsische Sparkassenstiftung and State of Lower Saxony and in the context of the exhibition „Shifts & Tilts“ at Halle für Kunst Lüneburg e.V.
(November 9th, 2019 – January 19th, 2020) 

Layout: Studio Parat
2019
Softcover, 235 x 290 mm
75 pages, coloured
24,95 EUR

Daphne Ahlers

Die Langstreckensängerin

Published by:
Halle für Kunst Lüneburg

Published on the occasion of the exhibition „Die Langstreckensängerin“ at Halle für Kunst Lüneburg e.V.
(January 18th – March 29th, 2019)

Authors:
Stefanie Kleefeld

Layout: Daphne Ahlers
2018
Softcover, 102 x 145 mm
30 pages, coloured
3,00 EUR / free for members

Harsh Astral. The Radiants II

Poster published on the occasion of the exhibition "Harsh Astral. The Radiants II" at Halle für Kunst Lüneburg e.V.
(May 26th – July 22nd 2018)

410 x 600 mm
4,00 / 3,00 EUR

Anita Leisz

Anita Leisz

Published by:
Halle für Kunst Lüneburg

Published on the occasion of the exhibition „Anita Leisz Ulla Rossek“ at Halle für Kunst Lüneburg e.V.
(September 9th – October 29th, 2017)

Layout: Anita Leisz
2017
Softcover, 102 x 145 mm
8 pages, coloured
3,00 EUR / free for members

Ulla Rossek

Ulla Rossek

Published by:
Halle für Kunst Lüneburg

Published on the occasion of the exhibition „Anita Leisz Ulla Rossek“ at Halle für Kunst Lüneburg e.V.
(September 9th – October 29th, 2017)

Layout: Ulla Rossek
2017
Softcover, 102 x 145 mm
12 pages, coloured
3,00 EUR / free for members

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Kamilla Bischof

Turm Frisur

Eine Ausstellung von Kamilla Bischof 11. März - 23. April 2017 in der Halle für Kunst Lüneburg

Published by: Halle für Kunst Lüneburg

Layout: Kamilla Bischof
2017
Softcover, 102 x 145 mm
20 pages, coloured
3,00 EUR / free for members

Philipp Timischl

Problems

Published by: 
Halle für Kunst Lüneburg

Published on the occasion of the exhibition „Problems“ at Halle für Kunst Lüneburg e.V. (September 10th – October 14th, 2016)

Gestaltung: Philipp Timischl
2016
Softcover, 102 x 145 mm
20 pages, coloured
3,00 EUR / free for members

Lucie Stahl

Spirit

Published by:
Halle für Kunst Lüneburg

Published on the occasion of the exhibition „Spirit“ at Halle für Kunst Lüneburg e.V.
(June 25th – August 7th, 2016)

Layout: Lucie Stahl
2016
Softcover, 102 x 145 mm
51 pages, coloured
3,00 EUR / free for members

Fantasie

Published by:
Halle für Kunst Lüneburg

Published on the occasion of the exhibition „Fantasie“ with Henning Bohl, Nicola Brunnhuber, Stephan Dillemuth, Isabelle Fein, Jutta Koether, Chris Kraus, Frances Scholz, Anne Speier and Raphaela Vogel in der Halle für Kunst Lüneburg e.V.
(14. Mai – 17. Juni 2016)

Layout: Henning Bohl
2016
Softcover, 102 x 145 mm
57 pages, 35 coloured illustrations
3,00 EUR / free for members

Vittorio Brodmann

Lies

Published by: 
Halle für Kunst Lüneburg

Published on the occasion of the exhibition „Lies“ at Halle für Kunst Lüneburg e.V.
(January 15th – March 20th, 2016)

Layout: Vittorio Brodmann
2016
Softcover, 102 x 145 mm
28 pages, 24 coloured illustrations
3,00 EUR / free for members

Magic Lantern Cycle

Published by:
Halle für Kunst Lüneburg

Published on the occasion of the exhibition„Magic Lantern Cycle“ with Kenneth Anger, Claude Cahun, Madge Gill, Wenzel Hablik, Oliver Husain, Ken Jacobs, Kitty Kraus, Pentti Monkkonen, Puppies Puppies, Lily Wittenburg at Halle für Kunst Lüneburg e.V.
(December 4th, 2015 – January 10th, 2016)

Layout: Henning Bohl
2015
Softcover, 102 x 145 mm
28 pages, 18 coloured illustrations
3,00 EUR / free for members

Tobias Kaspar

Bodies in the Backdrop

Editors:
Valérie Knoll and Hannes Loichinger

With contributions by:
Valérie Knoll and Hannes Loichinger
Elisabeth Lebovici

This book is devoted to a reflection and the reinstallation of a single artwork, Tobias Kaspar's installation "Bodies in the Backdrop," which was conceived as a site-specific installation for Halle für Kunst in Lüneburg.

Kaspar worked with material from Peggy Guggenheim’s autobiography Confessions of an Art Addict and photographs taken at Guggenheim’s palazzo in Venice in 2011. The body of work referred to the self-portrayal of a collector and the entanglement with personal relations in the process of building a collection: love and money.

Publication on occasion of the exhibition „Bodies in the Backdrop“ at Halle für Kunst Lüneburg
(18. February 18th – April 1rst 2012)

Graphics: HIT
Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther Koenig, Köln 2012
ISBN: 978-3-86335-237-0
Softcover, 64 pages
18,00 / 14,00 EUR

Dealing with—Some Books, Visuals, and Works Related to American Fine Arts, Co.

Editors: Valérie Knoll, Hannes Loichinger and Magnus Schäfer

With contributions by :

Andrea Fraser
Manfred Hermes
Karl Holmqvist and Tobias Kaspar
Isla Leaver-Yap
Jackie McAllister
James Meyer and Christian Philipp Müller
Magnus Schäfer
Axel John Wieder
Phillip Zach
Conversation between Colin de Land, Josef Strau and Stephan Dillemuth
Introduction by Hannes Loichinger and Magnus Schäfer

The New York gallery American Fine Arts, Co.–whose name today is largely syonymus with that of its gallerist, Colin de Land (1955-2003)–represents a gallery practice in which a decided deviation from conventionals models overlaps with successful activities within the frameworks of the art market. Today, American Fine Arts, Co. and de Land figure as uncontested projection screens for the desire for independence from or bohemian resistance against the dictate of the market. Particularly in retrospect, a consistent image of the gallery is not discernible. faced with the obvious risk of romanticization, it appears all the more important to pursue an understanding of how Amercan Fine Arts, Co. functioned as a gallery.

This book is published on the occasion of the exhibition „Dealing with—Some Books, Visuals, and Works Related to American Fine Arts, Co.“ at Halle für Kunst, Lüneburg and Kunstraum of Leuphana University of Lüneburg
(May 28 – July 7, 2011)

Design: HIT, Berlin
English / German
Sternberg Press, Berlin 2012
ISBN: 978-3-943365-28-3
Softcover, 80 pages
Illustrations: 18 b/w
16,00 / 12,00 EUR

Benoît Maire

Geschichte der Geometrie

Editors: Valérie Knoll and Hannes Loichinger

With contributions by:
Mathieu Carmona
Vanessa Desclaux
Valérie Knoll
Benoît Maire
Catherine Malaboux
Barbara Preisig
Benjamin Thorel

Mit der Werkserie „Geschichte der Geometrie“ reflektiert Benoît Maire über die spezifischen epistemischen Vermögen und Praxen der Kunst, die ein nicht-thetisches Wissen visualisieren. Im Raum stehen Fragen nach den Ordnungen des Wissens, nach Formalisierungsprozessen von Ideen, von Theorien, von (unbewusstem) Wissen; von unmessbaren Affekten, Denkprozessen, dem Nicht- Antizipierbaren.

With his series of works, "History of Geometry", Benoît Maire reflects on the specific epistemic capacity and practices of art aimed at visualizing a non-thetic knowledge. Up for debate are questions related to the orders of knowledge, processes of formulating ideas, theories, (subconscious) knowledge; to immeasurable affects, processes of thought and that which cannot be anticipated.

Publication on the occasion of the exhibition „Benoît Maire – History of Geometry“ at Halle fuer Kunst Lüneburg
(April 2nd – May 15th, 2011)

Layout: Thomas Petitjean – Hey Ho
Archive Books, Berlin 2012
ISBN: 9783943620030
Softcover, 60 pages
18,00 / 16,00 EUR

Passivität

Editors: Valérie Knoll and Hannes Loichinger

Die Geschichte der Philosophie ist geprägt von einem Denken in Gegensätzen – dazu zählt auch das Oppositionspaar von Aktivität und Passivität. Die dabei bislang unbezweifelte Bevorzugung der Aktivität gerate zunehmend in Verruf, und es scheint, als antwortete man auf philosophischer Seite mit einem gesteigerten Interesse an Phänomenen des Passivischen auf ein Unbehagen am Vorrang des Tuns. Die Appelle und Ansprüche an das eigenverantwortliche Tätigsein sind im Alltag in einer Weise angewachsen, dass sie mit Unmut, wenn nicht mit Verweigerung oder krankhaften Störungen beantwortet werden. Das heutige Subjekt ist als „unternehmerisches Selbst“, wenn es sich verweigert, nicht deviant und gesetzesbrecherisch, sondern es versagt, ist ausgebrannt und kann nicht mehr.

Die Publikation erscheint anlässlich des Vortrags „Potentia Passiva“, den Kathrin Busch im Rahmen des 2010/11 von der Halle für Kunst realisierten Projekts „Off the Record“ gehalten hat.

Volume 6 of the series „Kleiner Stimmungsatlas in Einzelbänden“ published by Jan-Frederik Bandel and Nora Sdun
Textem Verlag, Hamburg 2012
Softcover, 80 pages
ISBN: 978-3-941613-85-0
12,00 / 9,00 EUR

Tris Vonna-Michell

Tris Vonna-Michell

Published by:
Eva Birkenstock
Rahel Blättler
Hannes Loichinger
Beatrix Ruf
Fondazione Galleria Civica – Centro di Ricerca sulla Contemporaneità di Trento
GAMeC – Galleria d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Bergamo
Halle für Kunst Lüneburg e.V.
Kunsthalle Zürich

Publication on occasion of the exhibition Tris Vonna-Michell, „Capstans“ in der Halle für Kunst Lüneburg e.V. (7. November bis 20. Dezember 2009) amongst others.

Edition:
English
20011
ISBN 978-3-03764-170-5
Softcover, 210 x 260 mm
80 pages, b/w and coloured illustrations
28 EUR

Charlotte Moth

Bleckede 2009 / Rouchechouart 2011

Editors: Valérie Knoll and Hannes Loichinger

With contributions by:

Guy Brett
Maeve Connolly
Mathieu Copeland
Hannes Loichinger
Olivier Michelon
Charlotte Moth
Sadie Murdoch
Francesco Pedraglio
Alice Peinado

The texts assembled in this book began their formation during Charlotte Moth's residency in Bleckede in 2009. Founded on the basic principle to comment and react on events, images, or situations, different artists, writers, and curators have since then been invited to respond on material chosen by Charlotte Moth. The book collects a selection of those responses that have recently been part of the artist's projects or are yet to become a part of it. Taking these different approaches of collaborative praxis as a starting point, Charlotte Moth conceived this book as a further elaboration of her artistic practice, linking different projects that have been realized since 2009.

This book is published on the occasion of the exhibition “The Absent Forms” at Halle für Kunst, Lüneburg
(September 4 to October 17, 2010)

Exhibition and publication were generously funded by: Land Niedersachsen, Niedersächsische Sparkassenstiftung, Stiftung der Sparkasse zur Förderung der Kunst, Institut français, Lüneburgischer Landschaftsverband, Hansestadt Lüneburg, Marcelle Alix, Département de l’Art dans la Ville, Ville de Paris

Grafik: HIT
English / German
Sternberg Press
ISBN: 978-1-934105-68-9
Softcover, 110 x 180 mm
112 pages
Illustration: b/w
12,00 / 10,00 EUR

Provence Issue O

Published by:
PROVENCE

With contributions by (amongst others):
Gerry Bibby
Nick Mauss & Ken Okiishi
Ulf Wuggenig
Jay Chung and Q Takeki Maeda
Edgars Gluhovs
Ei Arakawa / Malik Gaines

Publication on occasion of the exhibition PROVENCE
(24. April – 6. Juni 2010)

Edition:
Englisch
2010
Magazin, 230 x 310 mm
80 Seiten
s/w
10,00 / 8,00 EUR

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Multitudes Special Issue

ART / TV-CLASH

Published by:
Multitudes
Cneai = Chatou / Paris
Halle für Kunst Lüneburg
Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof, Hamburg

With contributions by:
Nicolas Aiello
Henrique Antoun & Fàbio Malini
Bettina Atala
Bad Beuys Entertainment
Sylvie Boulanger
Pascale Cassagnau
Jean-Marc Chapoulie
Yves Citton
Lenka Clayton
A Constructed World
François Curlet & Sylvie Boulanger
Denicolai & Provoost
Simon Denny
Stefan Doepner, Marko Kosnik, Borut Savski & Britta Peters
Fabrice Hyber
Barbara Kruger
Ariel Kyrou
Pierre Leguillon
Éric Macé & Multitudes
Matthias Meyer
Matthias Michalka & Hannes Loichinger
John Miller
Yann Moulier Boutang
Joseph Nechvatal & Yves Citton
Paula Roush
Lynn Spigel
Nadim Vardag

Publication on the occasion of the cooperative project „CHANNEL TV“.

Edition:
German / English / French
2010
ISBN: 978-235480-079-6
Softcover, 155 x 210 mm
236 pages
b/w and coloured illustrations
15,00 / 18,00 EUR

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Bettina Cohnen

Reality is Overrated

Published by:
Niedersächsische Sparkassenstiftung
Land Niedersachsen
Halle für Kunst Lüneburg eV
Kunstverein Hildesheim

Authors:
Maren Lübbke-Tidow
Jan Van Woensel

Der Versuch, durch das Nachstellen von Ereignissen bestimmte historische, kulturelle oder politische Situationen emphatisch zu begreifen, bildet die Folie zahlreicher Arbeiten von Bettina Cohnen. In Fotografien und Filmen werden Ereignisse und Phänomene verdoppelt und durch die Überlagerung von Vor-Bild und Wiederholung als fragwürdig dargestellt. So setzt sie sich beispielsweise in Selbstporträts, die das fotografische Auge berühmter Fotografen und Fotografinnen imitieren, ironisch in Szene, dekliniert in Selbstinszenierungen die Bandbreite weiblicher Stereotype oder dokumentiert ihre Partizipation an Traditionen, die in New Yorker Vereinen praktiziert werden. Anhand dieser Reenanctments, die immerzu zwischen offensichtlicher Inszenierung und vermeintlicher Authentizität oszillieren, zeigt Cohnen stark klischierte Rollenbilder und Identitäten, um gleichzeitig ihre jeweiligen Konstruktionen offen zu legen.

Publication on occasion of the exhibitions Bettina Cohnen »FAKE«
(September 5­ - Oktober 18, 2009)
Halle für Kunst Lüneburg eV as well as Bettina Cohnen »FICTION«
(September 26 - November 22, 2009) Kunstverein Hildesheim

Edition:
German / English
2009
ISBN 978-3-86678-330-0
Softcover, 23,5 x 29 cm
68 pages, 14 b/w and 47 coloured illustrations
18,00 / 15,00 EUR

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Space Revised # 1-4

Editors:
Eva Birkenstock
Stefanie Böttcher
Hannes Loichinger
Britta Peters
Tim Voss
Janneke de Vries

Authors:
Roger Behrens
Eva Birkenstock
Stefanie Böttcher
Philip Gaißer
Hannes Loichinger
Britta Peters
Kerstin Stakemeier
Tim Voss
Janneke de Vries

Appropriation and loss of space, spatial deviations and social space are the four perspectives from which the cooperation project Space Revised # 1-4 looked at current positioning of recent artistic debates on space. In exhibitions initiated by GAK Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst Bremen, Künstlerhaus Bremen, Halle für Kunst Lüneburg und Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof space was not presented as an abstract container, but as a tangible phenomenon – a multilevel landscape, full of hills and valleys.

Artists: Guillaume Bijl, Cezary Bodzianowski, Bob Braine & Leslie C. Reed, Wolfgang Breuer, Trisha Brown, Yan Duyvendak, FLOSS/VHDG, Christian Haake, Elín Hansdóttir, Graham Hudson, Christian Jankowski, Thomas Kapielski, Guillaume Leblon, Daniel Maier-Reimer, Benoît Maire, Katrin Mayer, Rosalind Nashashibi, Erik Olofson, Peles Empire, Robert Pfaller, Falke Pisano, Kai Schiemenz, Guido van der Werve, John Wood & Paul Harrison and others.

This book is published on the occasion of the cooperation project by Halle für Kunst with GAK Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst Bremen, Künstlerhaus Bremen and Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof May –­ August, 2009 at argobooks, Berlin.

Edition:
German/English
2009
ISBN 978-3-941560-37-6
Softcover, 14 x 21 cm
216 pages, 103 coloured illustrations
22/18 EUR

Dani Gal

Chanting Down Babylon

Recorded Accounts of EL AL FLIGHT 1862

A Project by Dani Gal

Editors:
Eva Birkenstock
Hannes Loichinger

On 4th October 1992, shortly after its take-off from Schiphol Airport, a freight plane owned by Israeli airplane company El Al crashed into a residential complex in Bijlmermeer on the outskirts of Amsterdam smashing the building into two. Based on comprehensive research in Amsterdam, oriented by the atmospheres and worlds of subjective memories and experiences in Chanting Down Babylon, Recorded Accounts of EL AL FLIGHT 1862, various occurences and stories are woven into a complex weave of abstract and formal connections.

For the exhibition in Halle für Kunst Lüneburg (2009) and the subsequent publication project, Dani Gal visited the occupants of the Bijlmermeer district and journalist Vincent Dekker for the purpose of entering into a dialogue with them on the plane crash and the reassembled everyday life in the reconstructed building complex.

This book is published on the occasion of the exhibition »Dani Gal – Chanting Down Babylon« at Halle für Kunst e.V.
(March 29-May 5, 2009)

German / English
2009
ISBN: 978-3-941560-23-9
Softcover, 158 x 238 mm
176 pages
b/w and coloured illustrations
24,80 / 20,00 EUR (members)

Edu Tool Box

Cross critique – towards a subjective university

Editors:
Halle für Kunst eV
Head Genève
Critical Curatorial Cybermedia
Haute Ecole Spécialisée de Suisse occidentale

Authors:
Alejandra Ballón,
Marie-Avril Berthet,
Diego Castro,
Sylvain Froidevaux,
Ulrike Gerhardt,
Katrin Glinka,
Julia Hahn & Benjamin Seibel,
Sascha Kagan,
Adrien Laubscher,
Dieter Lesage,
Geert Lovink und Ned Rossiter,
Luz Muñoz R,
Daniel Orthey,
Nathalia Rodriguez,
Gigi Roggero,
Stephanie Seidel,
Jan Sieber,
Bettina Steinbrügge,
Tilo Steireif

In the context of the exhibition and lecture series "Crosskick", initiated by the Working Group of German Arts Societies (ADKV), students from the postgraduate study program CCC "Critical Curatorial Cybermedia" of the Geneva University of Art and Design were invited by the Halle für Kunst e.V. in Lüneburg to work together with local students of Applied Cultural Sciences of Lüneburg University. Given both art departments' institution-critical teaching tradition it seemed appropriate to put the concept of institutional criticism on the agenda once more. Reflecting on their own conditions of production, the students decided to investigate the ongoing reforms of the educational system and the Bologna process, which led to questions of the economisation of universities and how the access to knowledge has and will change.

»CROSSKICK – Critiques Croisées« included an exhibition at Halle für Kunst eV (18 January – 4 March 2007), a workshop, diverse events and this publication addressed critical thinking in the frame of art practices.

Edition:
Deutsch/Englisch
2009
Softcover, 145 x 200 mm
229 Seiten
free / shipping costs

To Show is to Preserve

Figures and Demonstrations

Editors:
Martin Beck
Eva Birkenstock
Joerg Franzbecker
Max Hinderer
Heiko Karn
Hannes Loichinger
Katrin Mayer
Eske Schlüters

Authors:
Hans-Christian Dany
Dirck Möllmann

This booklet is published on the occasion of the exhibition „TO SHOW IS TO PRESERVE – figures and demonstrations“ at Halle für Kunst eV
(September 27th – November 18th, 2008)

Edition:
German
2009
ISBN: 978-3-938801-82-6
Booklet, 148 x 210 mm
42 pages, b/w illustrations
8,00 / 6,00 EUR

Jeanne Faust

Outlandos

Editors:
Sabine Gamper
Bettina Steinbrügge
Astrid Wege

Authors:
Jeanne Faust
Hannes Loichinger
Bettina Steinbrügge
Astrid Wege

In this comprehensive monograph on the artist Jeanne Faust, Astrid Wege, Bettina Steinbrügge, and Hannes Loichinger reflect on the cultural context of her work and present glimpses into her working method. An illustrated film chronology brings together most of the filmic work for the first time. Designed by Christoph Keller in close collaboration with the artist, this comprehensive monograph is a key to Faust’s complex and challenging work.

The publication is part of the series of artists’ projects edited by Christoph Keller.

Publication on the occasion of the exhibtions »Was ich gesehn hab, da sag ich nichts drauf« at ar/ge kunst, Bolzano June 7th – July 26th 2007 and »Die Woche des vollständigen Materials« at Halle für Kunst eV
(March 29th – May 11th, 2008)

Edition:
German / English / Italian
2008
ISBN: 978-3-905829-73-0
Hardcover, 148 x 210 mm
175 pages, b/w and coloured illustrations
30,00 / 24,00 EUR

Cooling out - On the Paradox of Feminism

Editors:
Sabine Schaschl-Cooper
Bettina Steinbrügge
René Zechlin

Authors:
Katy Deepwell
Sonja Eismann
Andrea Geyer
Toril Moi
Katharina Pühl
Sabine Schaschl-Cooper
Bettina Steinbrügge
Vera Tollmann
René Zechlin

How can a political or social movement create so many positive changes, while simultaneously developing negative connotations? Such is the central paradox of feminism for the editors of this book. The dwindling interest of students to continue an academic career after their studies has been called "cooling out" by Burton Clark. The collaborative exhibition project took this term to describe the disinterest of young women toward ideas and forms of feminism, resulting from a lack of palpable aims on the one hand, and the acceptance of existing structures on the other. The exhibition "Cooling Out" examined through the works of contemporary female and male artists the influences of the media, education, and existing social structures on the constitution of a gender identity. Presenting the complexity of influences on the constitution of a gender and social identity, and raising awareness of the potential problems, the publication further pursues the questions raised by the exhibitions, gathering texts by the curators and international authors such as Katy Deepwell, Sonja Eismann, Annie Fletcher, Andrea Geyer, Toril Moi, and Vera Tollmann.

Published in collaboration with Kunsthaus Baselland, Muttenz/Basel; Halle für Kunst, Lüneburg; and Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork on the occasion of the exhibition »Cooling Out – On the Paradox of Feminism« (2006)

Edition:
German / English
2008
ISBN: 978-3-905-770-83-4
Hardcover, 165 x 234 mm
272 pages,
b/w and coloured illustrations
30,00 / 24,00 EUR

Lasso

#1

Published by:
Halle für Kunst eV

Authors:
Anthony Auerbach
BAK Utrecht
Christoph Behnke
Stephanie Bunk
Katharina Dohm
Raphal Grisey
Wiebke Grösch/Frank Metzger
Anke Haarmann
Peter Jap Lim
Klub Zwei
Achim Kobe
Pauline Kraneis
Ines Lechleitner
Zilla Leutenegger
Neue Review
Kerim Seiler
Ludwig Seyfarth
Florian Waldvogel
Ralf Weissleder
Nicole Wermers
Jan Kristian Wiemann
Florian Zeyfang

The concept of this publication was developed in cooperation with the following students of the Cultural Science department at the University of Lüneburg: Elisa Brandt, Anna Brinkmann, Christina Gatzert, Lena Kovac, Sandra Mischke, Annette Nino, Janina Reuter, Polina Stroganova

Edition:
German/English
ISBN: 3-937577-33-5
Softcover, 147 x 210 mm
159 pages
b/w illustrations
12/10 EUR

Novella (Not yet another story)

Published by:
Halle für Kunst eV

Authors:
Bettina Steinbrügge
Krist Gruijthuijsen

Publication on the occasion of the exhibition of the same title »NOVELLA (not yet another story)« at Halle für Kunst eV
(August 24th – October 6th, 2007)

Edition:
English
2007
ISBN: 978-3-86588-429-9
Heft 163 x 240 mm
62 pages
10,00 / 8,00 EUR

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Everything will be fine - Alles wird gut

Editors:
Sascha Kagan
Bettina Steinbrügge

Authors:
Sascha Kagan
Lisa Mazza
Bettina Steinbrügge

Publication on the occasion of the exhibition »everything will be fine – alles wird gut« at Halle für Kunst eV (March 28th – April 15th, 2007) in the context of the ESA Arts Conference.

Booklet, 210 x 240 mm
52 pages
b/w and coloured illustrations
9,00 / 6,00 EUR

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Dani Jakob

Von einem Land

Published by:
Halle für Kunst Lüneburg e.V.

Author:
Klaus Theweleit

Published on occasion of the exhibition „Paradise Opens Now“ at Halle für Kunst Lüneburg e.V.
(November 12, 2005 – January 22, 2006)

Edition:
German / English
2007
ISBN 978-3-940215-04-8
Softcover, 27 x 22 cm
48 pages, 41 coloured illustrations
20 EUR

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Liz Craft

Liz Craft

Editors:
Bettina Steinbrügge

Authors:
Bruce Hainley
Heike Munder
Bettina Steinbrügge

Publication on the occasion of the exhibition »Liz Craft – Fantasy Architecture« at Halle für Kunst eV
(June 25th – August 13th 2006)

Edition:
German / English
2006
ISBN 10: 3-905770-10-5
ISBN 13: 978-3-905770-10-0
Hardcover, 170 x 235 mm
167 pages
coloured illustrations
25,00 / 21,00 EUR

The Need to Document

Editors:
Vít Havranánek
Sabine Schaschl-Cooper
Bettina Steinbrügge

Authors:
Zbynek Baladrán
Christoph Behnke
Pascale Cassagnau
Søren Grammel
Marina Grzinik
Vít Havranánek
Dóra Hegyi
Raimundas Malasauskas
Dorit Margreiter
Gerald Raunig
Sabine Schaschl-Cooper
Georg Schöllhammer
Claudia Spinelli
Bettina Steinbrügge
Hito Steyerl
Attila Torday-S.
Jan Verwoert
Gerhard Zarbock

The book "The Need to Document" attempts to make out the backgrounds leading to the turn towards documentation, as well as the thematic focuses and concerns associated with this new documentary stance. The interests of these documentary working methods in art remain reflectively close to the inherent laws of all known documentary channels, but additionally assert their own special features and logic.

Published on the occasion of the exhibition »The Need to Document« at Kunsthaus Baselland
(March 19th – May 1st 2005)
and at Halle für Kunst eV
(April 3rd – May 29th, 2005)

Edition:
German / English
2005
ISBN: 3-905701-30-8
Softcover
171 x 235 mm
275 pages
b/w illustrations
30,00 / 26,00 EUR

Gastfreundschaft - Stipendienstätten und ihre Angebote

Editors:
Halle für Kunst eV
Kerstin Niemann
Bettina Steinbrügge

Authors:
Rosanne Altstatt
Anne Fietz
Anne Frühauf
Erik Hagoort
Bärbel Hartje
Elmar Hess
Ute Heuer
Felicitas Hoppe
Jean-Baptiste Joly
Gerd Harry Lybke
Rupprecht Matties
Jan-Holger Mauss
Bernd Milla
Kerstin Niemann
Reinigungsgesellschaft
Thibaut de Ruyter
Bettina Sefkow
Jörge Siewert
Bettina Steinbrügge
Christoph Tannert
Maria Tuerlings
Jürgen Vorrath

Publication on the occassion of the 25th anniversary of Künstlerstätte Schloss Bleckede

Edition:
German
2004
ISBN: 3-86588-022-3
Hardcover, 173 x 245 mm
296 pages
coloured illustrations
25,00 / 20,00 EUR

Katya Sander, Alex Villar

And Other Double Binds

Published by: Halle für Kunst e. V.

Editing:
Heike Munder
Bettina Steinbrügge

Authors:
Katya Sander & Alex Villar

Publication on occasion of the exhibition „Katya Sander/Alex Villar: Temporary occupations and other double binds“ at Halle für Kunst e.V
(October 20 - December 20, 2017)

Edition:
Englisch
ISBN: 3-934823-97-1
Softcover

Maki Tamura

From A Distant Land

Published by: Halle für Kunst e. V.

Publication on occasion of the exhibition „Maki Tamura - From A Distant Land“ at Halle für Kunst e.V.
(May 18th - July 29th, 2001)

Layout: Sigrid Karin Milla
Edition 700
Publisher: Revolver – Archiv für aktuelle Kunst
ISBN 3 – 934823-41-6

Annette Hollywood

mach dir ein bild von annette hollywood

Published by:
Künstlerstätte Schloss Bleckede
Annette Hollywood

Autor:Innen:
Jens Hinrichsen
Heidi Fichtner
Inka Janssen
Petra Reichensperger
Heike Munder
Meike Kröncke
Julia Schäfer
Patricia Holder
Julia Peters
Doris Berger & Carina Herring
Tobias Berger
Birgit Eusterschulte
Elke Beilfuß
Petra Pilzecker
Yvette Brackmann

Publication on occasion of the exhibition »mach dir ein bild von annette hollywood« at Halle für Kunst e. V.
(February 16 – April 12, 2001)

Edition:
German/English
ISBN: 3-89770-147-2
Softcover,
228 x 261 mm
48 pages coloured illustrations
13,00 / 10,00 EUR

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Tatort Kunstverein

Published by:
Bernd Milla
Heike Munder

Authors:
Hildegund Amanshauser
Marius Babias
Christoph Behnke
Alice Creischer / Andreas Siekmann
Helmut Draxler
Wulf Herzogenrath
Nicola Kuhn
Bernd Milla
Heike Munder
Christian Nagel
Hans-Ulrich Obrist
Stefan Römer
Hedwig Saxenhuber
Nicolaus Schafhausen
Heiner Schepers
Bettina Sefkow
Barbara Steiner
Angelika Stepken
Susanne Titz
Jan Turowski

Publication on the occasion of the symposium „Tatort Kunstverein“ at Halle für Kunst Lüneburg e.V.
(September 10 - 11, 1999)

Edition:
German
2001
ISBN 3-933096-62-6
Softcover, 21 x 16,5 cm
144 pages

Christoph Draeger

Apocalypso Now

Published by:
Le Parvis, centre d’art contemporain
Halle für Kunst Lüneburg e.V.

Authors:
Sylivie Froux
Heike Munder
Bernd Milla
Christoph Draeger
Daniel Binswanger

Publication on occasion of the exhibition: Christoph Draeger „Teenage Riot“ at Halle für Kunst Lüneburg e.V.
(October 14 – November 26, 2000)

Layout: Sigrid Milla
Edition: 2000
ISBN 3-934823-36-X
Verlag: Le Parvis (Ibos), Revolver (FFM)

[re:songlines]

Published by:
Halle für Kunst Lüneburg e.V.
Bernd Milla
Heike Munder

Publication on the occasion of the exhibition „[re:songlines]“ at Halle für Kunst Lüneburg e.V.
(June 17 - August 12, 2000)

Edition:
Deutsch
ISBN: 3-934823-30-0
Softcover, 179 x 150 mm
91 Seiten farbige Abbildungen
Verlag: Revolver – Archiv für aktuelle Kunst

Michel Auder

Michel Auder

Published by:
Halle für Kunst eV

Authors:
Michel Auder & Mark Webber
Yvette Brackmann
Heike Munder & Christoph Gerozissis

Publication on occasion of the exhibition »Michel Auder« at Halle für Kunst eV
(October 22 - December 12, 1999)

Edition:
German/English
ISBN: 3-9806326-1-X
Softcover, 201 x 155 mm
68 pages
b/w illustrations
13,00 / 10,00 EUR