Booklaunch Pieterjan Ginckels at Extra City Antwerp
‘Solar Safari’ by Pieterjan Ginckels will be launched at Extra City Kunsthal on friday March 23rd. Ginckels is part of the group exhibition ‘Eating Each Other’ curated by Michiel Vandevelde. (exhibition 24.03.18—01.07.18)
Participating artists are: Linah Dalifa, Pieterjan Ginckels, Hamza Halloubi, Ermias Kifleyesus, Jaha Koo, Mashid Mohadjerin, Radouan Mriziga, Ogutu Muraya, Amanda Piña, Aneta Rostkowska & Jakub Woynarowski, Myriam Van Imschoot, Arkadi Zaides, Oliver Zahn & Julian Warne.
Western-European cities have become melting pots of different minority cultures. Yet the Western ‘Enlightened’ values still reign. As a possible tool of resistance against an all-consuming liberal ideology, Eating Each Other presents the strategy of ‘reappropriation’, by which dominant patterns of thought and behaviour are mixed with one’s own knowledge, customs and rituals to create something entirely new.
Opening night with performance by Pieterjan Ginckels at 20:00.
Sybren Vanoverberghe’s 2099 at RIOT in Ghent
17.03 — 18.03.18
Liège Photobook Festival
We will be at the Bookmarket of the 2nd edition of the Liège Photobook Festival (March 17 & 18). APE founder Jurgen Maelfeyt will be in the panel discussion on Belgian Photobooks on saturday.
26.10 — 07.01.18
APE residency at M HKA
M HKA and Air Antwerpen invite Art Paper Editions as #lodgers for a residency from October 26th until January 7th. “Performing The Book” is a series of events and exhibitions curated by APE founder Jurgen Maelfeyt that will take place on the top level of M HKA. Exhibition design by 6′56″.
APE Library (26.10.17 – 07.01.18) / Hana Miletic, Little Blues Booklet (26.10.17 – 12.11.17) / Hana Miletic, Tenir Paroles (26.10.17 – 12.11.17) / Hana Miletic, The Molem Collective (26.10.17 – 12.11.17) / Arnout & Michiel De Cleene, F#1-13 (16.11.17 – 10.12.17) / Pieterjan Ginckels, Solar Shot (16.11.17 – 10.12.17) / Manor Grunewald, External Hard Disk (16.11.17 – 10.12.17) / Hannelore Van Dijck, The lasting one, that didn’t last, that still lasts (17.12.17 – 07.01.18) / Thomas Nolf, Peculiar Artifacts in Bosnia & Herzegovina – an imaginary exhibition (17.12.17 – 07.01.18)