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Art In The Age Of…, catalogue for Witte de With, Centre for Contemporary Art

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Ted Noten: Ubiquist is Ted’s latest and yellowest monograph. The book maps his practice into four distinct ‘spaces’, The Cube, The Stage, The Square and the Market, that stand for different types of capital as coined by Pierre Bourdieu. The book tracks Ted Noten’s work as it ranges from highly luxurious commercial goods to socially engaged game changers.

Text by Gert Staal and Jennifer Allen
Published by Barbera van der Kooij of nai010
Photography by Johannes Schwartz a.o.

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The Rotterdam Architecture City guide is a simple and handy companion for a visit to Rotterdam if you’re interested in architecture. Featuring 100 iconic buildings along anecdotes and pointers.

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Dijken van Nederland is the definitive book on the Dikes of the Netherlands. LOLA Landscape Architects produced a staggering amount of research on dikes including the first definitive map showing all the dikes in the land and a detailed taxonomy of every type of dike.

Awarded Best Verzorgde Boeken 2014
Honourable Mention Gouden Tulp 2015
D&AD Pencil Winner 2015

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Suspension is a book presenting the photos Alvaro Deprit took at a Casa di Famiglia in Italy. These are houses where underage refugees can stay until they are 18 and are deemed ‘illegal’. Alvaro went about tracking this group of boys stuck in a state of legal limbo where there is noting to do but wait. Glimpses of home and the incredible journeys the boys undertook are visible in the margins of the photographs and the book itself.

'Suspension’ is published on behalf of the Viewbook Photostories competition.

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Cover for the catalogue of Now Japan, showcasing contemporary Japanese art at Kunsthal Kade in Amersfoort.

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Lost Landscapes is LOLA Landscape Architects’ philosophy on Landscape, Leisure and Nature, the publication is part of the Maaskant Prize that Lola recently won. Next to the trade edition there is also a special edition where the sides are printed with photos of landscapes. The sides make for a sort of triptych/polyptych depicting the different aspects of the landscape that Lola distinguish. 

For Lola Landscape Architects and nai010 publishers.

DAM Architectural Book Award 2014 Winner

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‘Framing Perpetrators - A Proposal’ is a booklet made in honour of Israeli filmmaker Eyal Sivan who was artist in resident at the Netherlands Film Academy in Amsterdam in the Fall of 2012. 

Eyal Sivan is concerned with the representation of the perpetrator and the project aims to frame the figure of ‘the perpetrator’ beyond geographies, cultures, political regimes, historical events, and faith. We took the notion of a physiologicalblind spot as a visual metaphor to either obscure the perpetrator or the context where he or she is in in a picture. 

A series of different perps is used as a stand-alone visual essay to accompany the interview Suzanne Wallinga had with Eyal Sivan in Paris.

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MärklinWorld catalogue accompanying the exhibition in Kade. MärklinWorld is an exhibition about modelworlds in art. Part of the exhibition showed a unique collection of model houses. These were made by Peter Fritz in the fifties and sixties and found after his death by artist Oliver Croy in 1993. Each model is unique, made of cardboard, wallpaper, magazines, sticky tape, cigarette boxes etc. They represent various sorts of buildings, ranging from houses and churches to petrol stations and a ghost house. The models are not replicas of existing buildings, but are intended as architectural designs by Peter Fritz.

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Catalogue published on the occasion of the solo exhibition of Henk Visch in KAdE.

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Catalogue for the exhibition Meissen / SO-IL in KAdE.

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Catalogue for the exhibition ‘Shadowdance’ in KAdE, Amersfoort.

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Catalogue accompanying the final show of the eight artist finishing De Ateliers 2010. 

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Booklet accompanying the side-show of Lunar Distance in De Hallen Haarlem. The exhibition’s title refers to the mathematical puzzle of how to move the Knight so it visits every square of the chessboard. We’ve used a depiction of one such solution as a frontispiece in the booklet. The show is curated by Xander Karskens.

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Catalogue for an exhibition curated by Suzanne Wallinga in De Hallen Haarlem. The title of the show is Lunar Distance and refers to …

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