Accompanying the exhibition a catalogue in German was published by Strzelecki Books wirth texts by Alicia Holthausen, Gregor Jansen and Raphael Nocken as well as numerous images by Silke Albrecht, Arno Beck, Nils Bleibtreu, Fenning Fehr & Philipp Rühr, Donja Nasseri, Fabian Pfleger, Fynn Ribbeck, Lucia Sotnikova, Peter Uka and Moritz Wegwerth.
Accompanying the exhibition a catalogue in German was published by Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne.
With a prolog by Dana Bergmann, Ralph Goertz and Gregor Jansen as well as texts by Bernhard and Hilla Becher, Jürgen Harten, Wulf Herzogenrath, Jürgen Klauke, Maria Müller, Petra Wittmar et al..
356 pages with numerous colour plates.
The exhibition at Kunsthalle Düsseldorf is accompanied by a publication with texts from Gregor Jansen, Reinhard Spieler, Chrissie Iles and Olga Nevzorova, as well as an Interview from Cornelius Tittel with Caroll Dunham and Albert Oehlen.
Edited by Gregor Jansen, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf and Reinhard Spieler, Sprengel Museum Hannover
Published by Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Köln
Hardcover, 176 pages, numerous colour illustrations
The exhibition is accompanied by Megan Rooney’s first monograph, with texts by Emily LaBarge (author and professor at the Royal College of Art in London) and Quinn Latimer (art critic and editor of the documenta14 publication series “SOUTH”), among others.
Editors: Anna Lena Seiser and Gregor Jansen, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf
Published by Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne
Hardcover, 160 pages, numerous colour illustrations
The exhibition “d – polytop. Art from Düsseldorf” at Kunsthalle Düsseldorf is accompanied by a publication with texts by Dana Bergmann, Gregor Jansen, Hans-Georg Lohe, Raphael Nocken und Jörg Schlürscheid and numerous work and exhibition images.
Participating artists: Natalie Bell, Ralf Berger, Christine Erhard, Peter Ewig, Andreas Fischer, Christian Forsen, Bianca C. Grüger, Heinz Hausmann, Ulrich Hensel, Gabriele Horndasch, Jörg Paul Janka, Bernd Kastner, Jörn Kruse, Robin Merkisch, Joseph Sappler, Michel Sauer, Strafe Für Rebellion, Magdalena von Rudy, Friederike Schardt, Ralf Werner
Edited by Dana Bergmann and Gregor Jansen, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf
Published by Verlag Kettler, Dortmund
Softcover, 176 pages, numerous colour illustrations
To mark the exhibition at the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, a book on the work and archive of the pioneering curator Harald Szeemann has been published.
Edited by Glenn Phillips and Philipp Kaiser with Doris Chon and Pietro Rigol, 2018
hard cover, 416 pages, 211 colour and 150 balack and white illustrations
In cooperation with Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles
The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue with texts by Dana Bergmann, Gregor Jansen, Jasmina Merz and Anna Lena Seiser as well as numerous work and installation views.
The exhibition was realized for the 50th anniversary of the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf.
Edited by Dana Bergmann, Gregor Jansen and Anna Lena Seiser, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf
Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne
208 pages, numerous colour plates
The exhibition “Welcome to the Jungle” at Kunsthalle Düsseldorf is accompanied by a publication with texts by Gregor Jansen, Jasmina Merz, Prof. Dr. Susan Neiman and Anna Lena Seiser and numerous work and exhibition images.
Participating artists: Jonathas de Andrade, Kristina Buch, Oto Hudec, Laura Lima, Cinthia Marcelle, Mario Pfeifer, Liu Shiyuan, Kota Takeuchi, Alvaro Urbano
An exhibition for the 50th anniversary of Kunsthalle Düsseldorf
Edited by Jasmina Merz, Anna Lena Seiser, Gregor Jansen, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf
Published by Verlag für moderne Kunst, Wien
Paperback, 232 pages, numerous coloured images
The publication of the same-titled exhibition series MUR BRUT gives an overview on the twelve different projects, which took place since 2014 in the parking garage of Kunsthalle Düsseldorf.
Invited by the assistant curators of Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, MUR BRUT affords an opportunity for young artists from the Rhineland and the surrounding art academies and art colleges to present their works at this special place between Kunsthalle, Kom(m)ödchen, Kunstakademie and Altstadt.
Published by Dana Bergmann, Gregor Jansen
Cased, 96 pages, numerous coloured images / German, English
On the occasion of the exhibition an artist book was published by Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König with photos by Satoshi Fujiwara.
The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue published by Verlag Kettler. The publication contains works from the year 1983 to 2013 and texts by Alain Bieber, Gregor Jansen, Heinz-Norbert Jocks, Pi Li and an interview by Heinz-Norbert Jocks with Liu Xiaodong. 295 pages.
The exhibition is accompanied by an extensive publication with texts by Petra Lange-Bernd, Dietmar Rübel, Max Schulze and Gregor Jansen and numerous work and exhibition images, published by Snoeck Verlag.
Singular / Plural is about artists who lived in Düsseldorf in the 1970s, working together and playing an active part in organising events at the Kunsthalle. The exhibition catalogue takes a fresh look at growing differentiiation within the arts at the heart of the Cold War and at subcultural dynamics in Germany and Europe with the following artists: Klaus vom Bruch, Michael Deistler, Bruno Demattio, Achim Duchow, Astrid Heibach, Candida Höfer, Christof Kohlhöfer, Ingrid Kohlhöfer, Klaus Mettig, Lutz Mommartz, Tony Morgan, Angelika Oehms, Sigmar Polke, Ulrike Rosenbach, Stephan Runge, Conrad Schnitzler, Emil Schult, Memphis Schulze, Katharina Sieverding, Ilona & Wolfgang Weber.
Hardcover, 232 pages / English, German
An exhibition catalog has been published by Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König.
An impressive list of artists and authors recall the heroic period from the 1960s to the 1980s.
The catalog looks back on the exhibitions by Becher, Broodthaers, Darboven, Flanagan, Haacke, On Kawara, Yves Klein, Nam June Paik, Gerhard Richter, Dieter Roth et al. A cooperation with S.M.A.K., Gent.
With texts by Dana Bergmann, Katrien Blanchaert, Renate Buschmann, Philippe Van Cauteren, Johannes Cladders, Walter Grasskamp, Jürgen Harten, Gregor Jansen, Jasmina Merz, Karl Ruhrberg, Uwe M. Schneede, Maria Schnyder & Anna Lena Seiser.
Works by Giovanni Anselmo, Art & Language, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Joseph Beuys, Marcel Broodthaers, Daniel Buren, Christo, Tony Cragg, Hanne Darboven, Braco Dimitrijević, Jim Dine, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Barry Flanagan, Lucio Fontana, Jef Geys, Gilbert & George, Hans Haacke, On Kawara, Yves Klein, Imi Knoebel, Jannis Kounellis, Bernd Lohaus, Richard Long, Nam June Paik, Panamarenko, Gerhard Richter, Dieter Roth, Andy Warhol. Room intervention: Richard Venlet.
Hardcover, 256 pages, in English and German
The exhibition is accompanied by a publication by Verlag für Moderne Kunst with texts by Christoph Cox, Jasmina Merz and Holger Schulze and numerous work and exhibition images. 154 pages
The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue with numerous installation shots of the exhibition and a text of Gregor Jansen. 127 pages.
Accompanying the work of each artist a booklet was published with texts and numerous illustrations of all works. The booklets are available separately or all together in a slipcase.
One booklet: 10 Euro
Slipcase with all booklets: 50 Euro
The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue: Rita McBride. Public Works 1988 – 2015, 354 pages, Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne.
The exhibition is accompanied by the first monographic catalogue in English to cover the whole of SONG Dong’s work. Featuring numerous texts, work descriptions, it is published by Hatje Cantz Verlag: 298 pages
The first retrospective of the Korean artist Cody Choi is accompanied by a publication in English with texts by Marie de Brugerolle, Sumi Kang, Mike Kelley, Gregor Jansen and John C. Welchman and numerous illustrations.
First monograph of Wu Tsang edited by Kunsthalle Düsseldorf and Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst Zürich with texts by Elodie Evers, Rita Gonzales, Raquel Gutierrez, Raphael Gygax, Fred Moten and a conversation with Thomas J. Lax. Published by Walther König, Cologne, 188 pages, more than 100 color images
“What is a simulation? It is a private game we devise when the aliveness of a situation is too complex to really know. It is drafting reality through an ocean of forking behaviors for finding an optimal end. What is a live simulation? It is playing this game in public and not letting it end when the game gets good. Darwin said the greatest live simulation is nature herself, who incessantly tries and fails aloud, never stopping at perfection. But nature is often too fast, too slow, too big, too small, for us. We need live simulation at scale with human spacetime, but unending in its variety and blind to our barometers of quality. A live simulation that we can feel, but does not give a fig for us.” – Ian Cheng
Live Simulation is the first monograph of New York based artist Ian Cheng (*1984). It not only ventures to visualize Cheng’s artistic practice but also to make its principles tangible in book form. The distorted views, mutated images, and varied texts are exemplary of the artist’s interest in behavioral change and the potential of working with live simulations.
This publication is published on the occasion of the exhibition Real Humans. Ian Cheng, Wu Tsang, Jordan Wolfson curated by Elodie Evers and Irina Raskin (February 7 – April 19, 2015, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf).
Zur dreijährigen Veranstaltungsreihe Kunsthalle BÜHNE erscheint abschließend die Dokumentation mit Beiträgen auf Deutsch unter anderem von Hella Bartnig, Gregor Jansen, Gudrun Lange, Rasmus Nordholt, Kunsu Shim und Gerhard Stäbler, Jörg Steinmann, Philine Velhagen, Jörg Weinöhl, wittmann/zeitblom.
Umfang 194 Seiten mit zahlreichen Farbfotografien.
The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue published in cooperation with the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen with texts in English and German by Fiona Bradley, Marente Bloemheuvel, Maarten Doorman, Philippe-Alain Michaud and Michaela Unterdörfer. 248 pages with numerous colour plates.
The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue published by Kerber Verlag with texts by W. Dörstel, E. Gomringer, G. Jansen, S. Kunz, F. Malsch, B. Räderscheidt, D. Streckel and an interview with F. Malsch and H. Molderings. 408 pages with numerous colour illustrations of all exhibited works.
The project is accompanied by a catalogue with texts by Volker Adolfs, Tayfun Belgin, Stefan Berg, Christian Esch, Gregor Jansen and others.
Henri Chopin, Guy de Cointet, Channa Horwitz
The exhibition is accompanied by a publication featuring an introduction by Elodie Evers and Magdalena Holzhey, an essay by Gregor Stemmrich as well as introductory texts on the three artists by Marie de Brugerolle, Luca Cerizza and Chris Kraus.
The exhibition is accompanied by a publication (approx. 415 pages) with texts by Zdenek Felix, Gregor Jansen, Udo Kittelmann, Michael Kunze and John C. Welchman, edited by Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Köln.
Accompanying the exhibition and in cooperation with the artists was realised a publication edited by Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König.
A catalogue were published on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the Rheingold Collection with texts to the different exhibitions and numerous colour illustrations. Size: 288 pages.
A comprehensive catalogue, featuring an illustration section designed by the artist and essays by Beate Ermacora, Jacob Fabricius, Magdalena Holzhey and Gregor Jansen, has been published by Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne.
The accompanying catalogue, featuring texts by Kathrin Barutzki, Elodie Evers, Philipp Fürnkäs, Magdalena Holzhey, Doris Krystof, Miriam Lowack, Heike Munder, Harriet Zilch and others has been published by Kehrer Verlag.
Zur Ausstellung 16:07 ist eine als Künstlerbuch gehaltene Publikation mit einem Text von Gregor Jansen zum Preis von Euro 5 erschienen. Eine nummerierte und signierte Künstleredition (150 Ex.) ist zum Preis von Euro 20 erhältlich.
Anlässlich der Ausstellung Peter Land. Springtime ist eine Publikation im Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König erschienen. Sie enthält Texte von Elodie Evers, Christoph Benjamin Schulz und Jan Verwoert, zahlreiche Abbildungen sowie einen Auszug aus Lewis Carrolls Alice im Wunderland.
The catalogue published by the Kehrer Verlag accompanying the exhibition Carol Rama. Böse Zungen features an introductory essay by Magdalena Holzhey and a text by the Italian poet Edoardo Sanguineti, a longstanding friend and companion of the artist.
The catalogue published by the Kehrer Verlag accompanying the exhibition Dado. Danse Macabre features photographs of the works on display, an introductory essay by Gregor Jansen and a text about the artist’s early drawings by Isabelle Monod-Fontaine.
The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue, published by Hatje Cantz Verlag, including numerous illustrations and features texts by Elodie Evers, Jacques Vallet and Oliver Zybok and an interview with the artist by Beatrix Ruf.
The exhibition is accompanied by a booklet, published by Walther König, with several illustrations and texts by Kathrin Barutzki, Gregor Jansen and a conversation between Nira Pereg and Boris Groys.
A catalogue slipcase including individual publications on all exhibited artists has been published. Edited by the Marianne Ingenwerth Foundation, the Karl Schmidt-Rottluff Advancement and the German National Academic Foundation.
The exhibition is accompanied by a German/English publication with numerous colour illustrations, an interview between Matt Connors and Elodie Evers and two essays by Catrin Lorch.
A collection of texts with contributions by Gregor Jansen and Magdalena Holzhey have been published by Walther König Buchhandlung to accompany the exhibition.
An illustrated book, published by Walther König, is accompanying the exhibition. The publication is supplemented by a booklet with texts written by Gregor Jansen und Magdalena Holzhey.
The exhibition is accompanied by a German/English publication with numerous colour illustrations and texts by Magdalena Holzhey and an interview by the american composer Alexander Sigman with Damir Očko.
The exhibition is accompanied by a German/English publication with numerous colour illustrations and texts by Elodie Evers, René Daumal and João Maria Gusmão and Pedro Paiva.
Accompanying to the exhibition the Milan-based publishing house Silvana Editoriale S.p.A. has published a lavishly illustrated 160-page catalogue featuring texts by HASEGAWA Hitomi, KATAOKA Mami and Gregor Jansen
Begleitend zum Außenprojekt der Künstlerin Katharina Grosse an der Düsseldorfer Johanneskirche ist eine Publikation im Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König mit zahlreichen Farbabbildungen, einem Vorwort von Gregor Jansen und Texten von Annika Reich und Uwe Vetter erschienen.
The exhibition Real Presences is accompanied by a calaogue by Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König. Approx. 200 pages with numerous colour plates and texts by Eric de Bruyn, Elodie Evers, Gregor Jansen, Vanessa Joan Müller, Beatrice von Bismarck et al.
The catalogue is available in German and English. In addition to a foreword by Ulrike Gross and Gregor Jansen, it presents an essay by Bettina Baumgärtel of the reception of landscape painting. There are also texts by Maria Lind, Friedemann Malsch, and Dieter Roelstraete on various groups of the artist’s works. The publication also contains an interview by Christoph Benjamin Schulz and Jari Ortwig with the artist about his most recent installation developed for the Kunsthalle. The numerous colour illustrations are accompanied by brief texts.
The exhibition catalogue has been prepared by the Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König with a foreword by Ulrike Groos, Sabine Folie, and Tihomir Milovac. It is available in German/English and was also published in English/Croatian in 2010. It contains an interview by Ulrike Groos and Tihomir Milovac with the artist and essays by Horst Bredekamp, Sabine Folie, Tom Holert, as well as brief explanatory texts about the works.
Size of the catalogue: 152 pages with many colour illustrations.
The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue prepared by DuMont Buchverlag, Cologne. It is available in German and English and contains a foreword by Ulrike Groos, an introduction by Carmela Thiele and further texts by Jens Asthoff, Katja Behrens, Magdalena Holzhey, Christy Lange, Astrid Mania, Irene Müller, Jari Ortwig and Dagmar Weiß.
Size: approx. 136 pages with numerous colour illustrations.
Catalogue consisting of seven single publications in a slipcase with numerous coloured illustrations. Ed.: Karl Schmidt-Rottluff Förderungsstiftung Berlin in cooperation with the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes and Marianne Ingenwerth-Stiftung.
Articles by: Mark Gisbourne, Klaus Heinrich Kohrs, Maria Muhle, Dominkus Müller, Ludwig Seyfarth, Raimar Stange
Single publications about: Stella Hamberg, Martin Kobe, René Lück, Stefan Mauck, Clemens von Wedemeyer, Ralf Ziervogel, David Zink Yi
Ed.: Susanne Küper, Ulrike Groos, Vanessa Joan Müller; German edition, 232 pages with numerous colour illustrations and installation views of the exhibition, texts by Matthew Antezzo, David Austen, Yve-Alain Bois, Anne-Marie Bonnet, Ulla von Brandenburg, Robin Bruch, Benjamin Buchloh, Lynne Cooke, Erich Franz, Heiner Friedrich, Liam Gillick, Pia Gottschaller, Susan Grayson, Alan Johnston, John Knight, Hans Küng, Susanne Küper, Thomas Lange, Caoimhín Mac Giolla Léith, Christine Mehring, Ernst Mitzka, Andrew Patrizio, David Reed, Ilka and Andreas Ruby, Thomas Scheibitz, Logan Sisley, Ann Temkin, Lawrence Weiner, Moritz Wesseler, Helen Winkler, Robin Winters, amongst otherssoft cover, format 29 × 23 cmDuMont Buchverlag, CologneOnly the german edition is available.
Holger Bunk, Milan Kunc, Silke Leverkühne, Andreas Schulze Paintings from the early 1980s to the present dayEd.: Kunsthalle Düsseldorf with Susanne Rennert; 136 pages with numerous colour and b/w illustrations, texts by Wilfried Dickhoff, Renate Goldmann, Dominikus Müller, Susanne Rennert, Hans-Werner Schmidt, Hubert Winkels and interviews with Holger Bunk, Justin Hoffmann, Kasper König, Milan Kunc, Silke Leverkühne, Susanne Rennert and Andreas Schulzesoft cover, format 24 × 19 cmDuMont Kunst und Literatur Verlag, Cologne
Author: Renate BuschmannGerman edition, 282 pages, 56 b/w illustrations, paperback, format 17 × 24 cmDietrich Reimer Verlag, Berlin
Ed.: Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, Concept: Ulrike Groos, Peter Gorschlüter, Thomas W. RiegerGerman/English edition, 112 pages with numerous colour illustrations, texts by Ulrike Groos, Georg Imdahl and Beate Söntgenhardcover, format 30 × 22,8 cmVerlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Köln
Ed.: Kunsthalle Düsseldorf; Ulrike Groos, Peter Gorschlüter, Magdalena HolzheyGerman/English edition, 128 pages with 60 colour illustrations and texts by Mark Hamilton, Magdalena Holzhey, Christoph Kivelitz, Stefanie Kreuzer, Veit Loers, Karl-Heinz Rummeny, Tina Schulz, Heike van den Valentyn, soft cover, format 24 × 19 cmDuMont Kunst und Literatur Verlag, Cologne
Ed.: Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, Klemens Golf, Peter Gorschlüter, Ulrike Groos, Irmin Kamp, Thomas W. RiegerGerman edition, 168 pages with numerous illustrations in b/w and colour, with contributions by Mathias Antlfinger, Sybille Berke, Luka Fineisen, Klemens Golf, Peter Gorschlüter, Bernd Grassmugg, Ulrike Groos, Irmin Kamp, Bernd Kastner, Katja Kloft, Michael Krajewski, Magdalena Kröner, Michael Kügeler, Dieter Lennartz, Markus Lüpertz, Helga Meister, Heike Pallanca, Margot Philipp-Laqière, Arne Reimann, Thomas W. Rieger, Wolfgang Robbe, Johannes Stüttgen, Tschibbi Wichpaperback, format 21 × 28 cmRichter Verlag, Düsseldorf
Hg.: Joseph A. KruseUnter Mitarbeit von Marianne TilchIn Zusammenarbeit mit Ulrike Groos und Bernhard R. Appel
Gemeinschaftsausgabe der Verlage J.B. Metzler, Stuttgart und Bärenreiter, KasselISBN-13: 978-3-476-02152-6 (Metzler)ISBN-13: 978-3-7618-2040-7 (Bärenreiter)
Ed.: Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, Concept: Ulrike Groos, Allen Ruppersberg, Thomas W. Rieger, Peter Gorschlüter, Uwe KochEnglish edition, 232 pages with numerous illustrations in b/w and colour, with contributions by Ulrike Groos, Ann Goldstein, Judith E. Vida-Spence, Wolfgang Zumdick and Allen Ruppersberg, paperback, format 20 × 28 cmVerlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne
Ed.: Kunsthalle Düsseldorf; Peter Gorschlüter, Ulrike Groos, Thomas W. RiegerGerman/English edition, 120 pages with 100 colour illustrations of all the exhibited works as well as of previous works by the artists, an introductory text by Peter Gorschlüter, a textual piece by Lucy Harvey and essays about the artists by Thomas Hirsch, Leni Hoffmann, Gregor Jansen, Gereon Krebber and Stefanie Kreuzer, paperback with dustjacket, format 26 × 20 cmRevolver. Archiv für aktuelle Kunst, Frankfurt am Main
Ed.: Stephan von Wiese and Robert HartmannGerman edition, 144 pages with several colour and b/w illustrations.Contributions from Georg Bussmann, Irmel Droese, Jonas Hafner, Robert Hartmann, Hans Henin, Inge Mahn, Gislind Nabakowski, Stephan von Wiese as well as many tributes to Hans Rogalla from fellow-artists.Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne
Published by the Kunsthalle DüsseldorfConcept: Peter Gorschlüter, Jan St.Werner, Andi TomaGerman/English, 160 pages several colour and b/w illustrations, CD insert.The edition comprises numerous contributions from artists, authors, scientists and musicians with essays by Dietmar Dath and Siegfried Zielinski as well as conversation between Jan St.Werner and Oswald Wiener and by a Mouse on Mars CD.Die Gestalten Verlag, Berlin
Ed.: Ulrike Groos, Barbara Hess, Ursula WeversEnglish edition, 320 pages with several colour and b/w illustrations.With contributions from Beatrice von Bismarck, Eric de Bruyn, Ulrike Groos, Charles Harrison, Barbara Hess and Ursula Wevers as well as an interview with Friedrich Wolfram Heubach.Snoeck Verlagsgesellschaft, Cologne
German edition published by the Karl Schmidt-Rottluff Förderungsstiftung (Karl Schmidt-Rottluff Foundation), Berlin in conjunction with the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes (German National Academic Foundation), 2003.9 separate publications in a box set EUR 24 Individual publications EUR 6 each
Published by the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf and Dieter Association, ParisTexts in German and English by Penelope Curtis, Emma Dexter, Thomas Gebur, Ulrike Groos, Julian Heynen, Ulrich Loock, Hans Rudolf Reust, Hubert Salden, Gregory Salzman, Christoph Schenker, as wells as an explanatory note by Bethan Huws.Several colour and b/w illustrationsThe catalogue will be published in August 2003 Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne.
Published by Multimediakomplex Aktuelle Kunst, Moscow84 pages in German and Russian with several colour illustrations
Volumes I-III in German by Sybil Kohl, Philipp Oswalt, Albrecht SchäferVerlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne
Texts in German and English by Carlos Garza, Peter Gorschlüter, Iris Kadel, Olaf Karnik, Micah Magee, José-Carlos Mariátegui, Ralph McKay, Nils Röller, Laetitia Sander, Klaus Sander and Siegfried ZielinskiVerlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne
Text in German and English by Tom Holertsnoeck Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, Cologne
Texts in German and English by Jennifer Nelson, Wolf Wagner und Michael WilsonMEMORY/CAGE Editions, Zürich