distributed titles

Books not included in the Institute’s program but that are distributed by the Institute.


Journal der HGB #3 Vom Buch auf die Straße (Journal of the Academy of Visual Arts # 3)

Journal der HGB #3 Vom Buch auf die Straße (Journal of the Academy of Visual Arts # 3)

Julia Blume, Luise Bräuer, Pascal Renger, Rob Banham, Eric Kindel, Pierre Pané-Farré, Fred Smeijers


Vom Buch auf die Straße (From the Book into the Street), developed out of a class project, illuminates a teaching method in which historical research—in this case, about stencil fonts—is linked to current design approaches.

design
Stefanie Schöppke und Thomas Schoofs

  • Leipzig 2014
  • 256 pages
  • 210 x 280
  • 2-coloured to 4-coloured
  • Euro 20.00
  • ISBN 978-3-932865-86-2

offset; brochure with flaps; thread-stitching

Journal der HGB # 2 Freundschaftsantiqua  (Journal of the Academy of Visual Arts # 2)

Journal der HGB # 2 Freundschaftsantiqua (Journal of the Academy of Visual Arts # 2)

Julia Blume, Tobias Haupt, Marthe Krüger, Vera Lauf, Patrice G. Poutrus, Heidi Stecker


The articles in the issue Freundschaftsantiqua (Friendship Antiqua) are devoted to foreigners in the GDR, particularly those who studied in the department of photography at the Academy of Visual Arts. As such, this volume approaches a topic that has hitherto hardly ever been seen.

design
Pascal Renger

  • Leipzig 2014
  • 88 pages
  • 210 x 270
  • 4-coloured
  • Euro 15.00
  • ISBN 978-3-932865-85-5

offset; brochure; thread-stitching

Objects of Knowledge, of Art and of Friendship
A Small Technical Encyclopaedia for Siegfried Zielinski

Objects of Knowledge, of Art and of Friendship
A Small Technical Encyclopaedia for Siegfried Zielinski

Edited by David Link and Nils Röller with illustrations of Peter Blegvad


A new Academy? Given the chance to realize one, what would we expect from its members? At the Academy of the Lynx-Eyed in Naples, on admission each new member was expected to bring a startling, novel object
with him. On the occasion of Siegfried Zielinski’s 60th birthday next year, we have invited friends to contribute an artifact to an imagined Academy. The book presents the result of this collection.
Following the style of a poly-technical journal from the 19th century, the articles are ordered alphabetically. They centre on an object, which is presented by a line drawing of Peter Blegvad and a text.

design
David Link, consulted by Uwe Koch

  • Leipzig 2011
  • 192 pages
  • 140 x 210 mm
  • 1-fbg.
  • Euro 25.00
  • ISBN 978-3-932865-64-0

Offsetdruck;
Englische Broschur mit Klappen;
Fadenheftung

Well Connected – Beiträge zum Kuratorischen

Well Connected – Beiträge zum Kuratorischen


The magazine Well Connected – On Curatorial Processes investigates the conditions, ambiguities and potentials concerning curatorial agency in times of global commercialisation of culture and its institutions.
The first issue Smugglers, Accomplices and Border Crossers brings together contributions from academics, artists and graphic designers and addresses the implications of the curatorial at the intersection of social, institutional and cultural transgressions.
With contributions by: Sarah Alberti, Adam Budak, Peggy Buth, Veronica Kaup-Hasler, Stefan Kausch, Ryszard Malarski, Irit Rogoff, Laura Waddington, Clemens von Wedemeyer, Gesa Ziemer

design
Leila Tabassomi

  • Leipzig 2012
  • 56 pages
  • 210 x 255 mm
  • 3-coloured
  • Euro 10.00
  • ISBN 978-3-932865-66-4

offset; back-stitch with a ring eye

Well Connected – Beiträge zum Kuratorischen

Well Connected – Beiträge zum Kuratorischen


The second issue of Well Connected – On Curatorial Processes focuses on the conditions and possibilities of producing public spheres in curatorial processes at the intersection of culture and society. The magazine Producing Publics. Presence as a Strategic Tool? brings together contributions by activists, artists, curators and academics and addresses the complex dynamics between presence and absence in regard to economies of attention, influence and participation.
With contributions by: Oleg Blyablyas, Anna Chistoserdova, Avile Eglinskaite, geheimagentur, Janna Graham, Anna Karpenko, Johanna M. Keller, Viktoria Lomasko, Oliver Marchart & Nora Sternfeld, Suzana Milevska, Marina Naprushkina, N.R.M., Almira Ousmanova, Lena Prents, David Riff, Sergei Shabohin, Ula Tornau, Nomeda und Gediminas Urbonas, Joanna Warsza and Mirjam Wirz.
Produced in cooperation between Cultures of the Curatorial at the Academy of Visual Arts Leipzig, the Museum of Contemporary Art Leipzig in the framework of Going Public – On the Difficulty of a Public Statement, initiated by Goethe-Institut Lithuania.
English/German/Russian

design
Leila Tabassomi

  • Leipzig 2013
  • 128 pages
  • 210 x 255 mm
  • 3-coloured
  • Euro 15.00
  • ISBN 978-3-932865-76-3

offset; 2x back-stitch with a ring eye

Defining Borders Grenzen ziehen

Defining Borders Grenzen ziehen


»Defining Borders Grenzen Ziehen« is a joint project between the Academy of Visual Arts Leipzig and the Glasgow School of Art. The publication reflects the excursions in both countries and the resulting work.

design
Benedikt Bock

  • Leipzig 2013
  • 136 pages
  • 230 x 300
  • 4-fbg.
  • Euro 15.00
  • ISBN 978-3-932865-05-3

offset; soft-cover; thread-stitching

und ein fremdes Mädchen. Mit einer Erzählung von Josef Haslingers ›Südbahnhotel‹

und ein fremdes Mädchen. Mit einer Erzählung von Josef Haslingers ›Südbahnhotel‹

Michael Mauracher


Mauracher zeigt mit gefundenen Familienbildern und eigenen Fotografien die Verknüpfungen privater Lebenswege und historischer Ereignisse.
Josef Haslingers ›Südbahnhotel‹ ist eine Erst-
veröffentlichung.

design
Janine Thaler

  • Leipzig 2009
  • 96 pages
  • 188 x 260 mm
  • 5-fbg.
  • Euro 33.00
  • ISBN 978-3-932865-53-4

Offsetdruck;
Broschur und Begleitheft in einer Halbgewebemappe;
Klebebindung

AUSGEZEICHNET 2015
German Design Award