Inspired by the Open Mic Live Shows, it will occupy bruno bookshop on Friday 10 May with a series of 10-minutes book presentations, inviting publishers, artists, curators and designers and exploring a variety of themes and backgrounds.
Presentation by Isabella Zamboni and Luigi Amato from Mousse Publishing.
— Forecasting Future by Ane Graff, Ingela Ihrman, Nabbteeri, designed by Luigi Amato, edited by Leevi Haapala and Piia Oksanen.
Catalogue of The Nordic Pavilion curated by Leevi Haapala, Piia Oksanen.
by Serwan Baran, edited by Tamara Chalabi, Paolo Colombo and Natasha Gasparian, designed by Luigi Amato.
Catalogue of The Iraqi Pavilion curated by Tamara Chalabi, Paolo Colombo.
by Alban Muja, edited by Vincent Honoré and Anya Harrison.
Catalogue of The Kosovo Pavilion curated by Vincent Honore.
History Has Failed Us
, but No Matter by Hwayeon Nam, siren eun young jung, Jane Jin Kaisen, edited by Hyunjin Kim, designed by Luigi Amato, Davide Giorgetta.
Catalogue of The Korean Pavilion curated by Hyunjin Kim.
Post Hoc by Dane Mitchell
, edited by Zara Stanhope and Chris Sharp.
Catalogue of The New Zealand Pavilion curated by Zara Stanhope and Chris Sharp.
Maleth / Haven / Port — Heterotopias of Evocation
by Vince Briffa, Klitsa Antoniou, Trevor Borg, edited by Hesperia Iliadou de Subplajo-Suppiej.
Catalogue of The Malta Pavilion curated by Hesperia Iliadou Suppiej.
Acts of God by Pablo Vargas Lugo
, edited by Magalí Arriola.
Catalogue of The Mexican Pavilion curated by Magalí Arriola.
Maybe the Cosmos is not so Extraordinary
by Driant Zeneli.
Catalogue of The Albanian Pavilion curated by Alicia Knock.
by Voluspa Jarpa.
Catalogue of The Chilean Pavilion curated by Agustín Pérez Rubio.
Presentation by Alexis Mark studio.
by Larissa Sansour, designed by Alexis Mark, published by the Danish Art Foundation.
Catalogue of The Danish Pavilion curated by Nat Muller.
Bookmark by David Horvitz.
David Horvitz will do an edition of bookmarks in 10 minutes.
Presentation by Kenneth Goldsmith, Luca Lo Pinto, Valerio Mannucci and Francesco Urbano Ragazzi.
HILLARY: The Hillary Clinton Emails
by Kenneth Goldsmith, designed and published by NERO Editions.
Catalogue of the exhibition HILLARY: The Hillary Clinton Emails at Despar Teatro Italia curated by Francesco Urbano Ragazzi.
Presentation by Giovanna Silva and Valerio Di Lucente.
Neither Nor. The Challenge to the Labyrinth
by Enrico David, Liliana Moro, Chiara Fumai, designed by Studio Julia, published by Humboldt Books.
Catalogue of The Italian Pavilion curated by Milovan Farronato.
Presentation by Konstanze Schütze and Ella Tetrault.
PIZZA IS GOD
, edited by Ella Tetrault, Konstanze Schütze, Alain Bieber, designed by Thomas Artur Spallek, published by Verlag Kettler.
A cultural reader released for the exhibition Pizza Is God at NRW-Forum Düsseldorf (16 February – 20 May 2018, curated by Marie Nipper, Mikkel Carl, Konstanze Schütze, Paul Barsch).
Presentation by Lucia Pietroiusti and Åbäke.
Sun & Sea (Marina)
by Rugilė Barzdžiukaitė, Vaiva Grainytė and Lina Lapelytė, designed by Åbäke, published by Skira editore, printed in Venice at Grafiche Veneziane, and screenprinted at Malefatte – Rio Terà dei Pensieri, a co-operative run by inmates of the male prison of Santa Maria Maggiore, Venice.
Catalogue of The Lithuanian Pavilion curated by Lucia Pietroiusti.
Presentation by Karen Sarkisov.
, edited by Omar Kholeif and Karen Sarkisov, designed by Experimental Jetset and Lyosha Kritsouk, published by V—A—C Press and DelMonico Books-Prestel.
Reader of the collective project Time, Forward! at V-A-C Zattere Foundation.
Presentation by Marco Godinho and Multiplo.
See Another Sea
by Marco Godinho, designed by Multiplo, published by Casino Luxembourg - Forum d'art contemporain.
Catalogue of the Luxembourg Pavilion curated by Kevin Muhlen.
Presentation by Mirko Rizzi, Steve Piccolo, Giancarlo Norese and Armando Della Vittoria.
E IL TOPO n°24
— Jimmie Durham, published by EdiTorre del Greco and Zero Venezia.
Magazine launched in conjunction with a performance by the artists of E IL TOPO and Jimmie Durham at Thomas Dane Gallery in Naples (26 January 2019).