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Current Catalogues

Paparazzi! Photographers, Stars and Artists.

Phenomenon Paparazzi Photography

45 € 

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Paparazzi! Photographers, Stars and Artists.

The publication focuses the fascination with star photography and reflect its influence on the visual arts and fashion photography. It features “icons” of paparazzi photography that have been permanently etched on our visual memory, including Jackie Kennedy-Onassis during an seemingly casual walk through Manhattan, Lady Di fleeing from a frenzy of flashing cameras, or the younger “favorites” of paparazzi such as Paris Hilton or Britney Spears. Besides works by the most well-known representatives of paparazzi photography, such as Ron Galella, Pascal Rostain, Bruno Mouron, or Tazio Secchiaroli, positions by artists such as Cindy Sherman, Gerhard Richter, Andy Warhol, Barbara Kruger, Paul McCarthy, and Richard Avedon are introduced, who have critically examined and sounded out the specific characteristics of the paparazzi aesthetic. The book tells stories from 50 years of paparazzi photography and sets it sights on the paparazzo himself – focuses on a profession that is admired and feared in equal measure and which secures its existence for the most part by means of secretly tracking and stalking famous celebrities and has made the tabloid press one of the highest-selling areas in the press sector – always on the scout and with the goal of publishing exclusive pictures of the unsuspected, the ostensibly confidential, and the personal. In the process, the complex relationships and dependencies are analyzed that occasionally develop between stars and the photographer.

Paparazzi! Photographers, Stars and Artists
Edited by Clément Chéroux. Forewords by Alain Seban and Laurent Le Bon.
With contributions by Clément Cheroux, Camille Lenglois, Véra Léon, Max Bonhomme, Michel Guerrin, Sam Stourdzé, Aurore Fossard-De Almeida, Nathalie Heinich, Marion Varino, Nicolas Maubert, André Rouillé, Quentin Bajac, and Frédéric Monneyron.
English edition, 320 pages, 482 illustrations, 22 x 24 cm; graphic design: P&J (Laurent Pinon and Aurore Jannin with Sofia Chaoui), publisher: Flammarion, Paris, 2014, ISBN 978-2080201935, Price: 37 euros (Schirn), 45 euros (trade edition)

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Infinite Jest

Life as optimization and experience project?

38 € 

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Infinite Jest

The credo of today’s society without boundaries reads “ever faster, ever higher, ever further.” In the early twenty-first century, man, oscillating between euphoria and depression, finds himself confronted with the promising opportunities of a global and virtual world as well as the challenge to constantly improve, optimize, and shape his life more efficiently. The presented works are not aimed at visualizing the contents of the eponymous epochal novel “Infinite Jest” by David Foster Wallace. The book rather explores the various demands confronting today’s individual, in which the modes of resistance and the contradictions of a reality often described as lacking any alternative make themselves felt. The catalog is a commentary on the exhibition. The essays it contains are reproductions in a twofold sense: they reproduce the idea of the presentation in textual form, and they are reprints. The artistic manifestos also published in the book refer to the included essay by Alex Danchev on the one hand and are a constant companion to early-twentieth-century art on the other. They demonstrate the ever-recurring desire for renewal in a way of their own.

List of artists: Francis Alÿs, Maurizio Cattelan, Claire Fontaine, Peter Coffin, Lara Favaretto, Andrea Fraser, Karl Holmqvist, Judith Hopf, Ceal Floyer, Josh Kline, Alicja Kwade, Joep van Liefland, Helen Marten, Kris Martin, Navid Nuur, Daniel Richter, Michael Riedel, Anri Sala, Ryan Trecartin, and the Kopp Collection.

Unendlicher Spaß / Infinite Jest
Edited by Matthias Ulrich and Max Hollein. With a foreword by Max Hollein, essays by Alex Danchev, Lars Bang Larsen, and Matthias Ulrich and short texts by Lisa Beißwanger, Sigrun Galter, Heide Häusler, Katharina Knacker, Carolin Köchling, and Clara Wörsdörfer. German/English edition, 480 pages with 184 color and 42 b/w illustrations, 14 x 22 cm (vertical format, Design: Studioheyhey, Frankfurt; Verlag für moderne Kunst, Nürnberg 2014, ISBN 978-3-86984-093-2, Price: 29 euros (Schirn), 38 euros (trade edition).

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Daniele Buetti. It’s all in the mind

Hypnosis as an artistic action

16,90 € 

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Daniele Buetti. It’s all in the mind

Daniele Buetti. It’s all in the mind
Edited by Matthias Ulrich and Max Hollein. Foreword by Max Hollein and interviews with Leatrice Eiseman, Karin Hunkel, Max Lüscher, and Wolf Singer. German/English, 64 pages, 17 illustrations, 21 x 27 cm (vertical format), Swiss brochure, Heimann & Schwantes, Berlin; Hirmer Verlag Munich, ISBN 978-3-7774-2098-1. Price: € 14.00 (at Schirn), € 16.90 (book trade).

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Esprit Montmartre

Phenomenon Bohème

49,80 € 

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Esprit Montmartre

The Montmartre, however, was considered a microcosm for artistic self-perception that first found literary expression in Henry Murger’s novel Scènes de la vie de Bohème (1847–1849). The neighborhood soon attracted numerous artists who deliberately chose a bohemian life in impoverished circumstances on the margins of society – even though they often came from wealthy homes. Their new identity as voluntarily-involuntary outsiders was mirrored especially realistically and impressively in their art. The publication – by viewing the bohemian world on Montmartre from an art-sociological perspective and taking the social and historical contexts into account – clearly reveals how remarkably the myth and legend of the quarter differed from its reality. ‘Esprit Montmartre’ shows the true life of its inhabitants far from the usual clichés. The artists’ works are moving, sensual, and rousing, and their subjects and pictorial ideas, materials, and stylistic solutions essentially anticipated the artistic developments of Modernism.

Esprit Montmartre. Bohemian Life in Paris around 1900
Edited by Ingrid Pfeiffer and Max Hollein. With a foreword by Max Hollein and essays by Nienke Bakker, Markus A. Castor, Phillip D. Cate, Danièle Devynck, Anita Hopmans, Peter Kropmanns, Chloë Langlais, Vinyet Panyella, Robert McD. Parker, and Ingrid Pfeiffer, as well as biographies of the artists and a historical map with addresses of studios, places of entertainment, galleries and so on by Michael Raeburn. English edition, 320 pages with ca. 320 color illustrations, 24 x 29 cm (vertical format), hard cover; graphic design Kühle und Mozer, Cologne; Hirmer Verlag, Munich, ISBN 978-3-978-3-7774-2197-1 (English), 34 euros (at Schirn), 49,80 euros (shop)

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Current Booklets

Paparazzi! Fotografen, Stars und Künstler

An introduction to the exhibition

7,50 € / 1 € / 1 € for school classes*

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Paparazzi! Fotografen, Stars und Künstler

This booklet presents the key works and theses of the exhibition and explains them in context with history, art and society.
Edited by Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt. 
Text: Laura Heeg and Antje Lindner
Graphic design: Formfellows, Frankfurt am Main
Brochure, 48 pages, 40 illustrations

German edition

* school classes (more than 15 pupils) can buy the booklet for 1 € at the SCHIRN during the exhibition duration.

7,50 € / 1 € / 1 € for school classes*

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Esprit Montmartre

An introduction to the exhibition

7,50 € / 1 € / 1 € for school classes*

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Esprit Montmartre

This booklet presents the key works and theses of the exhibition and explains them in context with history, art and society.
Edited by Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt. 
Text: Laura Heeg and Antje Lindner
Graphic design: Formfellows, Frankfurt am Main
Brochure, 40 pages, 28 illustrations

German edition

* school classes (more than 15 pupils) can buy the booklet for 1 € at the SCHIRN during the exhibition duration.

7,50 € / 1 € / 1 € for school classes*

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Current Collector`s Editions

Roni Horn

Roni Horn. Portrait of an Image

49,00 

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Roni Horn

Postcard page designed by Roni Horn consisting of the sixteen motifs
distributed throughout Frankfurt, signed and limited edition.
edition 480 + 20 AP
signed recto, numbered verso
53.50 x 44 cm

49,00 

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MIKE BOUCHET. NEW LIVING

Limited exclusive edition including the catalog and an art print, signed by the artist, in high-quality packaging. Edition of 50

39,80 € 

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