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Urban-Art - Catalogue

Works from the Reinking Collection
Exhibitioncatalogue from the Urban-Art Show at the Weserburg | Museum of modern Art, Bremen / Germany.
Publisher: Hatje Cantz Verlag.


Text: Ingo Clauß, Sotirios Bahtsetzis and Stephen Riolo
Interview: Alain Bieber und Rik Reinking
Hg.  Ingo Clauß Weserburg | Museum für moderne Kunst
192 pages, 107 images
22,70 x 17,00 cm
Broschur
(german/english)
ISBN 978-3-7757-2503-3
Price: 25.00 €

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Call It What You Like - Catalogue

Call It What You Like! Collection Rik Reinking
Art Centre Silkeborg Bad, Silkeborg


Author: Rik Reinking
Publisher: KunstCentret Silkeborg Bad
2008

Language: Englisch

ISBN: 87-91252-23-7

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fresh air smells funny - Catalogue

An exhibition with selected urban artists

The publication "Fresh Air Smells Funny" shows street art and graffiti that shares common roots in the "urban space" and which has developed in highly individualized directions in the past few years. The artists in many cases employ means that come from classical genres like sculpture, painting and drawing, but also make use of everyday objects such as stencils, stickers, packing tape, etc. Occupying the public space, the works draw the attention of passers-by to social conditions and show them a new side of the world they are currently moving through - sometimes with humor, and sometimes by applying a more radical strategy. The museum as protected art space and field for experimentation - in this case the Kunsthalle Osnabrück - offers the young artists a new opportunity to show their works to an open-minded, interested public.
This richly illustrated book features current works of internationally reputed street artists, including Banksy (GB), Boxi (GB), Brad Downey (USA), Daniel Man (D), Mirko Reisser (DAIM) (D), Tilt (F/USA), Os Gemeos (BR), Vitché (BR), Mark Jenkins (USA), Hera (D), Zezao (BR), Herbert Baglione (BR), Swoon (USA), Pius Portmann (CH/USA), D*Face (GB) and ZEVS (F).

Fresh Air Smells Funny at Kunsthalle Dominikanerkirche Osnabrueck / Germany.

Authors: André Lindhorst, Rik Reinking

Publisher Kehrer, 2008
Hardcover, Dimensions: 17 x 23 cm, 128 pages
Language: German / English

ISBN 978-3-939583-94-3

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Vossia

Herbert Baglione. Publisher: Upper Playground Publishing (USA)
Dimensions: 21,3 x 15,7 cm, Hardcover. 96 pages.

ISBN: 978-0977885459


Influenced by his older brother, Herbert began drawing at the age of three and never looked back, going on to create evocative works rich in emotion and attaining a level of sophistication and diversity in his work that distinguishes him from many artists working today.
The heart of his work is formed by his relationship to emotional matters such as death, human coldness, family, the world and the work of other artists and his strong desire to retain his sense of wonderment as it pertains to the world around him.

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The Adventures of Darius & Downey

Leon Reid IV, Brad Downey. Publisher: Thames & Hudson
22,9 x 15,2 cm, Hardcover. 256 pages
ISBN: 978-0-500-51395-8

An unparalleled book on street art and artists, the first to be entirely narrative-driven.

Through a series of true stories, this unique book reveals the tight-knit, exciting world of street art. Darius (aka Leon Reid) and Downey (aka Brad Downey) did their first piece together in Brooklyn in 2000 - a life-changing experience marking the birth of a partnership that would go on to revolutionize street art.

Ed Zipco, an acute and empathetic commentator on urban graffiti art, relates their most memorable experiences, from their early exploits and brushes with the law to their work internationally in London and Berlin. Along the way, we witness their artistic evolution from conventional graffiti tagging to ambitious street installations that are both wittily entertaining and startlingly subversive.

The introduction is by renowned street artist Swoon, famed for her intricate paper cutouts.
80 color illustrations.

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Still on and non the wiser - Catalogue

Publishing date: Summer 2008.
144 pages, Hardcover.
Languages: German / English
Publisher: Ginko Press / Publikat
ISBN: 978-3939566205

von-der-Heydt Museum, Kunsthalle Barmen, Wuppertal.

Artists: Os Gemeos, Mirko Reisser (DAIM), Daniel Man, Pius Portmann, Stohead, Heiko Zahlmann, Tasek, Tilt, Miss Van, Zevs, Herbert Baglione.

Info from the exhibition.
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sculpture@CityNord - Catalogue

sculpture@CityNord
Das temporäre Skulpturenprojekt 2006
2007. Hamburg / Germany. Organisation Galerie Peter Borchardt. Curator Rik Reinking.
German / English, 176 pages,
24 x 19 cm, Hardcover,
28,00 EUR / 45,00 SFR

ISBN 978-3-937014-53-1
Publisher: modo Verlag

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Art within the public space has fallen into disrepute. All too often, works of contemporary art erupt on squares and in parks during road or building work and are seen as nothing more than a polite distraction or a ‘dollying-up’ of the urban environment.
sculpture @ CityNord showed that art within the public space neither has to act as makeshift, nor salve the conscience of the people responsible for neglected city districts. With that in mind, the sculpture exhibition that took place from 14th May till 24th September 2006 as part of Hamburg’s Summer of Architecture, may have been a sign that things are changing as throughout the planning and organisation of the project both the Grundeigentümer-Interessengemeinschaft City Nord, gallerist and organizer Peter Borchardt and curator and art-collector Rik Reinking all acted in concert.

The participating artists (many of whom produced works explicitly for the project at Hamburg’s City Nord) were fundamentally committed to every aspect of the concept. For his piece "Back Door", Jimmie Durham set a door into the lawn, which symbolically obstructed access to the earth. Johanns Esper deliberately lost a diamond on the vast site and Poison Idea laid out the "Big Puddle" that the audience had to respond to.

The viewer was allowed the space to fully interact within the context of each artwork. As this worked very well, spontaneous activities (alongside guided tours, concerts and talks with the artists) evolved during the temporary project. sculpture@CityNord will continue in 2008. The evidence of this whole process of public, private and above all artistic interactions are well documented in the catalogue, which we warmly recommend to any individual or organisation involved with art in the public space.

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Fetish Bubblegirls

2007. 128 pages, Paperback. Dimmensions: 15,5 x 21 cm.
Publisher: Publikat.
ISBN: 978-3-939566-10-6

Author: Tilt.
Introduction: Rik Reinking


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Wakin Up Nights - Catalogue

2007. de Pury & Luxembourg, Zurich / Switzerland

Artists: Os Gemeos, Mirko Reisser (DAIM), Daniel Man, Pius Portmann, Stohead, Heiko Zahlmann, Gerrit Peters, Tilt, Miss Van, Zevs, Herbert Baglione


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Daniel Man

2005. Paperback. Munich (Germany)
Sprueth Magers Projekte.





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DAIM - daring to push the boundaries

2004. Dimensions: 20 x 22 cm, Softcover, Languages: German/English
Authors: Mirko Reisser, Lena Mwinkand, Sarah Behrend.
Publisher: getting-up
ISBN: 3-00-014155-3






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In order to demonstrate the intensive process of finding ways to illustrate his name, to make it an entity and to bring it to perfection, the 3D-virtuoso from Hamburg loves taking his own idiosyncratic route off the graffiti path. His styles seem to burst off the walls in order to explode onto the canvas, making way for a photo-realistic series to finally be revived as sculptures. DAIM's gallery holds a variety of techniques and motives: the strange gaze of an exotic fish, a perspectival illustration of a gas mask alongside complex sketches of his name; acrylic images next to drawings…
For the first time, his works are shown in a book of 108 pages.

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