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#06087

Archizines Catalogue

Price
$10.00
Date
2011
Publisher
Storefront for Art and Culture
Format
Artists' Books
Size
30 × 39 × 0.6 cm
Length
14 
Description

Catalogue for Archizines exhibition.

Archizines was launched by Elias Redstone as a research project to celebrate and promote the resurgence of independent and alternative publishing (www.archizines.com), and an exhibition was initiated in collaboration with the Architectural Association School of Architecture in November 2011. Following presentations in London, Milan and Barcelona, Archizines made its American debut at Storefront with a bespoke design by \/|<|\| (Giancarlo Valle, Isaiah King, Ryan Neiheiser) that draws inspiration from the quintessential New York model of publication display – the news stand – and turns it on its side. Instead of a vertical, 2-dimensional billboard, the show offers a horizontal, 3-dimensional field of objects: 80 architecture publications displayed on delicate metal rods, which sprout from the floor. The exhibition evacuates all other content from the space, creating an information vacuum that focuses the visitor’s attention on the objects themselves : 80 architecture magazines, fanzines and journals from over 20 countries that provide new platforms for commentary, criticism and research into the spaces we inhabit and the practice of architecture.

  1. Archizines Catalogue
 

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