167 mm × 240 mm,
500 black and white illustrations,
texts in english
With the publication „We are not a museum“ we look back on two years of intensive and manifold production in the Grimmuseum. The catalogue contains a detailed, richly illustrated documentation of the numerous exhibitions, performances and sound installations in over 50 projects and over 400 artists.
32 Page booklet,
released May 2011, Berlin.
Volume II. Featuring the work of 13 kindred spirits: Jan Anderzén, Francesco Cavaliere, Daniel Gustav Cramer & Haris Epaminonda (Infinite Library), Michele Di Menna, Invernomuto, Caitlin Mociun, Les Ramsay, Dan Rees, Marc Richter, Anneli Schütz & Dagmar Weiss, Nathalie Shepherd, Marcel Türkowsky, and Philip Wiegard.
By Henry Flynt and C.C Hennix
52 pages B/W A5
The Edition “Henry Flynt 2011 Concept Art 50 Years” published by GRIMMUSEUM
on the occasion of the exhibition “7 Homotopies (How One Becomes The Other)”
Curated by Francesco Cavaliere & Marcel Türkowsky
by Elsa Salonen
48 pages (28 colors, 20 b/w), 21 x 21 cm
This booklet documents two exhibitions and the related research from
Finnish artist Elsa Salonen (www.elsasalonen.com).
Finnish folk religion, spirituality, nature and cultural traditions are themes
for Salonen's paintings, drawings and installations, all documented in the catalogue.
by Mariana Castillo Deball
Size varies, max. 170 × 240 mm 30 Covers, 24 b/w, 6 color English/Spanish/Portuguese/French ISBN 978-3-00-035970-5
Volume II is an anthology of 30 dust jackets of non-existing books.
Never odd or Even is a project by Mariana Castillo Deball with contributions by Mario Bellatin, Koen Brams, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Santiago da Silva, Tim Etchells, Carla Faesler, Dario Gamboni, Dora García, Moosje Goosen, Alejandro Jodorowsky and Pascale Montandon, Irene Kopelman, Adriana Lara, Pablo León de la Barra, Jesse Lerner, Juana Lomeli, Valeria Luiselli, Raimundas Malašauskas, Antoni Muntadas, Sophie Nys, Manuel Raeder, Eran Schaerf and Eva Meyer, Sergio Taborda and Heriberto Yépez. Published by BOM DIA BOA TARDE BOA NOITE on the occasion of the exhibition NEVER ODD OR EVEN at GRIMMUSEUM, Berlin and Museum of Contemporary Art, Roskilde. Curated by Solvej Helweg Ovesen and co-produced by GRIMMUSEUM, Berlin.
A5 36 pages colour indigo print HP7500
This pubblication was made in occasion of Whistle, Minotaur! 09 "Nudism, A Furious Undressing", an exhibition curated by Francesco Cavaliere and Marcel Turkowsky at GRIMMUSEUM, Berlin. It contains works by Benjamin Altermatt, Massimiliano Bomba and Xavier Garcia Bardon. "Nudism, often referring to an alternative to "Naturism", the free speech movement of the body becomes a starting point for a series of upcoming episodes. This viewing assumes to move a sense closer to a free and furious experience in a multi dimensional space. A polyphonic story told becomes more of a panoramic view than an attempt to reach a heterogeneous form."
(cassette) – a collection of priceless documents collected from the sound archives of a Danish nudist radio station from 1993/94. This 45 min mixtape / compilation / radio narrative stands as an audio companion to the exhibition of Massimiliano Bomba, Benjamin Altermatt and Xavier García Bardón curated by Francesco Cavaliere and Marcel Türkowksy at GRIMMUSEUM, Berlin, in September 2011. Featuring tracks by the aforementioned nudists and more, it has been assembled and spiced by DJ Bongo Man. Coreleased by GRIMMUSEUM, Caleuche_Video, Rawraw and Music City. 120 copies.
Edition of 100
3 panel fold out serigraph cover (Exterior metallic silver / Interior Blue),
20 Colour pp. 28 x 23 cm
‘One of Ours’ published on the occasion of the Javier Perés Solo Exhibition ‘One of Ours’ at GRIMMUSEUM.•
Published 2012 by anteism
GRIMMUSEUM is an independent not-for-profit organization with a programme of selling and non-selling exhibitions. This model support the artists and offers means to sustain the production and presentation of new artistic activity.
GRIMMUSEUM was founded by Enrico Centonze as an alternative organizational model to support contemporary art practice,
GRIMMUSEUM registered Community Interest Company (gUG) in Germany
Wednesday -Saturday 14-18 pm
For a unique taste of Berlin’s true eclectic heart, the Grimmuseum is essential. Completely not-for-profit and run by the artists themselves, this is Berlin’s most open exhibition space, incorporating artist residencies, touring exhibitions, and interdisciplinary performances from Berlin’s most offbeat and exciting young artists.
Though only opened in 2009, in the few years since, the Grimmuseum has quickly become the shining star or Berlin’s underground art scene.
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