31.08 — 02.09.18
Rolling Paper 02 at Le Bal Paris
Second issue of an independent photo publishing exhibition.
Festival dedicated to the independent photographic edition, Rolling Paper proposes a living approach of the book in all its forms. Formerly known as the BAL Books weekend, the Rolling Paper Festival aims to continue to expand the field of proposals in the field of photographic publishing and to showcase novelties in both the book format and emerging publishers and photographers.
APE invites Sébastien Reuzé, Jim Campers, Sybren Vanoverberghe, Philippe Braquenier & Camille Picquot
Palimpsest Booklaunch at Bozar Brussels
Thursday 02.08 / 18:30 — 21:00 booklaunch Palimpsest by Philippe Braquenier at BOZAR Brussels
The project explores the composition of conceptual and physical landscape of western knowledge and cultural heritage. By using photography and text as means of investigation, the project arises at the intersection of science and culture, natural and artificial, analogue and digital, visible and hidden. During five years, Philippe Braquenier travelled in Europe and photographed how material history is constantly transformed and added. As a consequence, he questions humanity’s methods of preserving historical documents – and knowledge in general.
The event will take place in the newly opened Salon Europa now hosting the Eurotopie exhibition, a project realised for the Belgian pavilion of the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennial in which Philippe Braquenier actively collaborated. The identity of the Belgian Pavilion for Eurotopie in Venice this year was created by our 6m56s graphic design studio. Some of Philippe Braqueniers works are showcased in Venice.
The short presentation of the book will be followed by a book signing until 9pm. The book can be purchased here.
29.06 — 31.08.18
APE library exhibition at RIOT gallery Ghent
FRI 29.06.2018 — FRI 31.08.2018
APE (Art Paper Editions) is an independent publishing platform founded in 2010 by Jurgen Maelfeyt of Ghent-based design studio 6’56”. APE focusses on the book as an exhibition space and makes publications in close collaboration with artists, writers, institutions, galleries, and other cultural protagonists. Publications are crafted to the highest standard. Many of the publications are acquired by institutional libraries such as Moma, Centre Pompidou and Macba amongst others.
This summer APE will open the complete library to the public starting from the very first publication. All publications will be shown at the gallery.
25.05 — 25.05.18
APE at BRUNO Italy
BRUNO and APE join forces and kindly invite you to the presentation of the latest APE publications during the Venice Architecture Biennial. Join us for some drinks at BRUNO in Venice from 6PM. We’ll be launching new titles by Pieterjan Ginckels, Sybren Vanoverberghe, Jurgen Maelfeyt, Andrew Zago, MVSC (Alfredo Häberli) and Veronika Spierenburg.
18.05 — 20.05.18
Offprint London 2018
The fourth edition of Offprint London takes place from 18 – 20 May 2018.
Returning for its fourth edition at Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall, Offprint London will bring together around 130 independent and experimental publishers in the fields of contemporary art, photography and graphic design from around the world.
Image © Offprint London.
05.05 — 06.05.18
Ghent Art Book Fair 2018
019 & RIOT PRESENT: in the rough-and-tumble docks of Ghent, the fair will showcase contemporary art books by a fine selection of national & international independent publishers. Besides manifold book launches and signings, the side program will include artists’ performances and exhibitions.
Publishers : Art Paper Editions, Be-Part, From Me To You Publications, POV Books, Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, KASK, Grafische Cel, Lugemik, Onomatopee, FW: Books, Posture Editions, JuHee Books, The Eriskay Connection, Ramsdam Books, Mer Paper Kunsthalle, Infabore, Publication Studio, Editions Menard, Rats Collectif, Little bit. ill, Revue Feros, Occasional Papers, Terrain Vague, Bulk Art Books, Chiba, Lyre Press, Het Balanseer, Valiz, Arctic Paper,…
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.
APE #096 Booklaunch Black Mountain Conversations
Launch of the new publication with photographs by Annelies de Mey. A short presentation of “Black Mountain Conversations” will be given by photographer Annelies de Mey in the gallery.
The Black Mountain is the archetype of a mountain that seems unmountable and indestructible because of its steep mountainside. The past and future can have no influence on its power and immortality. Annelies de Mey has respect for the absoluteness of the mountain. She believes in the moment of encounter and waits for the moon, the sun and the snow.
The book can be purchased here.
Zurich Booklaunch Veronika Spierenburg, Oya-ishi – Oya Stone
Book launch by Veronika Spierenburg at Kunstgriff Buchhandlung from 2 — 5 pm.
For three months, Veronika Spierenburg moved from Japan’s south to it’s north. Photography has become an obsession in Japan where only a few unspoiled spots can be found. From this, Spierenburg created an artist’s book which shows the richness of textures, artifacts, traditional as well as modern architecture in an idiosyncratic mood. The photographs shed light on how Japanese culture manifests itself in its craftsmanship.
The book can be purchased here.
14.11 — 14.11.17
Booklaunch Manor Grunewald, External Hard Disk
Launch of the first monograph of Manor Grunewald, APE#091, External Hard Disk. At 20:00 Manor will have a talk with Thomas Caron about his work.
Manor Grunewald focuses on the process of transforming images, whereby the printing process itself, as well as the results achieved with various printing techniques, plays a special role within his compositions, in which order and chaos, the creating, breaking, interrupting and dissolving of structures, are all key elements.
The book can be purchased here.
09.11 — 12.11.18
APE at Offprint Paris 2017
To celebrate the ninth edition of Offprint Paris, 130 independent publishers in art, photography and design, from 19 different countries, come together at the Beaux-Arts in Paris.
Art Paper Editions hosts a book launch by Veronika Spierenburg, Oya-ishi – Oya Stone
Friday, November 10th at 17:00
Book signings by Titus Simoens, For Brigitte & Thomas Nolf, Peculiar Artifacts in Bosnia & Herzegovina – an imaginary exhibition
Saturday, November 11th at 17:00
Art Paper Editions brings several new titles by Arnout & Michiel De Cleene, F#13, by Titus Simoens, For Brigitte, by Jan Hoek, My Masaai, by Manor Grunewald, External Hard Disk.
Also by Bart Janssen, Koen Peeters, Dirk Zoete, Not a Day Without a Line & by Jelle Martens & Raimundas Malašauskas, After the Midst.
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)