K. Verlag | Press



1 Nov             Release of No6092 publication at National Gallery of Canada on the occasion of the Sobey Art Award.                                                    http://www.gallery.ca/sobey/en/ShortList.htm

28 Oct             Edition Book Fair  /  Toronto, Canada. http://www.editiontoronto.com/

14 May             These Fantasies of Publishing as Curatorial Practice, a lecture by Anna-Sophie Springer for the Library                                                    Residencies program of WARP / g39 gallery, Cardiff, UK.

21 April             Read an interview by Daisy Nam of the Carpenter Center for Visual Arts, Harvard University, with the intercalations co-                          editors: ccva.fas.harvard.edu/april-2016

Spring               Fantasies of the Library is named a top five book of the last five years by Eva Weinmayr in the publication                                                12 Contributors, 5 Publications, 5 Years, eds. Temporary Services. Chicago and Fort Waybe: Half Letter Press, 2016.


7 Dec            "Review" of intercalations 1 & 2 by Amish Morell in C Magazine, No. 128, Dec 2015: 71–2.

21 Nov            Library Tales, PrintRoom Rotterdam, with Mariana Lanari, Maria Ines Cruz & Lozana Rossenova, and Anna-Sophie                                Springer, organized by Karin de Jong and Sara Giannini

19 Nov            Monument As Ruin, which included the K. Verlag publication The Centre Cannot Hold, at the Agnes Etherington                                  Gallery, Queen's University wins Best Solo Exhibition 2016 at OAAG Awards 

29 Sept            "Hvor ble det av bokhosten?" review of Fantasies of the Library by Ellef Prestsaeter in Kunstkritikk.no 

20 Sept            Paginated Exhibitions: Regine Ehleiter in Conversation with Charles Stankievech at The Classroom, NY Art Bookfair

6 Jul             Knowledge X Production X Form: A Conversation with Lindsay Bremner, Joanna Zylinska, Anna-Sophie                                                  Springer, and Etienne Turpin at The Show Room, London

4 Jul              Becoming-Book, Becoming-Animal, Becoming-Anthropocene: A Conversation with Vincent Normand, Ho Tzu Nyen,                              Katharina Tauer, Etienne Turpin, Anna-Sophie Springer at A Public Library, Berlin

1 Jul            K., co-Director, Charles Stankievech, appointed Director of the Visual Studies Program, Daniels Faculty of Architecture,                                      Landscape, and Design, University of Toronto

14–16 June      K. at Miss Read, Art Bookfair Berlin

6 June              Review of Land & Animal & Nonanimal by Xenia Benivolski in The Art Book Review

20 April            "Front to Back, Top to Bottom, A New Book Series Reimagines How We Read," review of intercalations by Megan                                  Liberty in Hyperallergic.com

18 April            "Reading at the Roche Limit," review of Fantasies of the Library by Jason Groves for the Feedback blog of Open                                    Humanities Press

10 April            These Fantasies of the Library: Archiving the Anthropocene, a conversation between David Senior, Julia van Haaften,                            Etienne Turpin, and Anna-Sophie Springer at Printed Matter, New York City

8 April              An Archive for the Anthropocene: intercalations launch at the Center for PostNatural History, Pittsburgh, with Rich Pell,                          Lauren Allen, Etienne Turpin, and Anna-Sophie Springer.

1 April              Charles Stankievech in Conversation with Mitchell Akiyama and Anna-Sophie Springer at Art Metropole, Toronto,                                   on the occasion of the release of intercalations 1 & 2. 

31 March          "These Scenes of Unbecoming," a conversation between intercalations co-editor Etienne Turpin, John Paul Ricco,                                and Nasrin Himada at the Poetic Research Bureau, Los Angeles.

3 March            Anna-Sophie Springer in Conversation with Dian Ina Mahendra and Farah Wardani at ruangrupa,                                                            Jakarta, on the occasion of the release of intercalations 1 & 2.

February           Ankyloglossia (n. tongue tie) by Emma Waltraud Howes, designed by Franziska Morlok, was awarded by the Type                                  Directors Club New York.

14 January       Book launch of The Centre Cannot Hold with authors David Murakami Wood & Charles Stankievech
                         as part of the panel discussion "Early Warning Systems" — an extension of the exhibition Monument as Ruin,
                         Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queens University, Canada.

January            Charles Stankievech gains the Thematic Exhibition of the Year and the Curatorial Writing Award 2014 for his project                              CounterIntelligence by the Ontario Association of Art Galleries (OAAG). Camouflage was made for this project. 


3 December      "Reading Rooms Reading Machines: Some Fantasies of the Library," a lecture by Anna-Sophie Springer,                                                  Craig-Kade Scholar/Writer in Residence, Rutgers University, New Jersey.

28 November     Book launch of Emma Howes's Ankyloglossia n. tongue-tie at Art Metropole, Toronto. With B, Emma Howes,                                          Patricia Reed, and Maxwell Stephens.

2 November       Book launch of TRAVERSALS at Art Metropole, Toronto. With Anna-Sophie Springer and Charles Stankievech.

28 October        "Fantasies of Paginated Imagination: A Seminar on Curatorial-Editorial Practice" guest-led by Anna-Sophie Springer                              for the 8th session of the Critical Curatorial Lab, University of Toronto.

14 May              "CounterIntelligence," a lecture 
by Charles Stankievech and book launch of Camouflage for Large Installations at the 
                              8th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art at Crash Pad/
KW – Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin.

20 February       Book launch of Camouflage of Large Installations at Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, University of Toronto as part of the                               exhibition CounterIntelligence.


29 October        Salon talk with Alexandra Navratil, Doreen Mende, Andreas Müller, Charles Stankievech, and Filippo Trentin for the                               ABA residency program on the archive and post-Aby Warburg thinking. KW – Institute for Contemporary Art,                                         Berlin.

5 July                 EX LIBRIS exhibition opening & book launch at Galerie und Kunstbuchhandlung Wien Lukatsch, Berlin.

29 April             "K. Verlag and the Book-as-Exhibition," a presentation by Anna-Sophie Springer during the 2013 SYNAPSE                                           International Curators' Network meeting, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin.

April – June       The Subjective Object on display at Office Party, Kinderhook & Caracas, Berlin.

March                The Subjective Object exhibited at the Leipzig Bookfair.


6–8 December   K. at Rookie Book Fair in Poznan, Poland.

27 August          The Subjective Object exhibition finissage and exhibition-book launch at the GRASSI Ethnographic Museum of                                      Leipzig.

14–15 Sept        K. at MISS READ Book Fair, Berlin.


16 December     "On Books as Time Machines & Wormholes," a conversation with Mark von Schegel and Charles Stankievech,                                        mediated by Anna-Sophie Springer at MOTTO, Berlin.

8 October           LOVELAND book launch at Musee d'art contemporain de Montreal.


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