Dritte Ausstellung Fuer Photographische Arbeiten
David Lieske
Published by Bierke Verlag, Berlin, 2022, 42 pages (b/w ill.), 15 × 21 cm, English
Price: €18

Produced on the occasion of David Lieske’s exhibition Dritte Ausstellung Fuer Photographische Arbeiten at Galerie Karin Günther, Hamburg, 3 March–6 May, 2022. In addition to documentation of the exhibition it contains a conversation between the artist and Nicholas Tammens. Designed by Atelier Maève.

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Charlotte Posenenske
Published by 1856, Melbourne, 2019, 1 page, 21 × 29.7 cm, English
Price: €2 (Out of stock)

Pamphlet for the exhibition of one work by Charlotte Posenenske, exhibited in-situ in a training room at the offices of the United Workers Union. The work was from her “DW Series” (1967), a minimal set of square cardboard tubes which are collaboratively put together by participants in the context where they are exhibited.

Wednesday 18 December 2019 6–8pm
United Workers Union
Lvl 1, 833 Bourke St, Docklands, VIC 3008

Organised by Nicholas Tammens with Imogen Beynon and Eloise Sweetman. The first configuration was made by Cameron Stops, Bridget Erin Flack, Megan Berry, Jenna Christie, Kate O’Brien, Zarah and Rhodes—all union organisers at the United Workers Union.

Designed by Ziga Testen.

You can find more on the exhibition here

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Published by 1856, Melbourne, 2019, 8 pages, 21 × 29.7 cm, English
Price: €2

As part of Paris Internationale 2019, 1856 presented “Everything is fine” with work by Patricia L. Boyd, Ian Burn, Lauren Burrow, and Fred Lonidier.

The work of art is possibly one of the only commodities with equal claim to both private and civic space. It is due to how artworks are embedded in our social relations that we recognise their different values: as historical artefacts, as objects of appreciation (“beautiful” or sensible to taste), political critiques, private financial investments, modes of communication, public documents of the national imaginary—the list goes on. However, the line that divides private and civic has become ever more indiscernible in recent decades—for instance, the erosion of public infrastructure and state industry, private capitalisation on culture and entertainment, the withering of the 8 hour work day, the return of 19th century work conditions, and the ongoing enclosure of our personal lives by a new technological industrialism. In response we might ask, in a reflective manner, what capacity the work of art has to represent these problems at the different points of its reception. The four artists selected here, at different times and with different methods, have asked this of their work.

Curated by Nicholas Tammens. Designed by Ziga Testen.

More on information can be found here.

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Harun Farocki
Published by 1856, Melbourne, 2018, 4 pages, 21 × 29.7 cm, English
Price: €2

Catalogue for a season of film screenings at Melbourne Cinematheque focusing on the work of Harun Farocki, presented by 1856.

Designed by Lucas Quigley.

You can find more on the program here.

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Patricia L. Boyd
Published by 1856, Melbourne, 2018, 4 pages, 21 × 29.7 cm, English
Price: €2

Catalogue for an exhibition of new work made by Patricia L. Boyd in Melbourne, presented across two locations: at Victorian Trades Hall and a coworking creative office space 225 Queensberry St, Carlton.

Designed by Beaziyt Worcou.

You can find more on the exhibition here.

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