Wednesday, 27 November 2019

Nono Reinhold – Le Voyage en Afrique











Nono Reinhold
Le Voyage en Afrique

A book published by Peter Foolen Editions in October 2019
With texts by Andrea Müller-Schirmer, Carel Blotkamp, Corneille, Lucebert, Bert Schierbeek and Simon Vinkenoog
Softcover with flaps, 64 pages, 17 x 24 cm
Printed in tritone on Arctic Volume Ivory by robstolk, Amsterdam, NL
Negatives scanned by Hans Bol
Bound by Patist, Den Dolder, NL
Designed by Peter Foolen with Nono Reinhold
isbn978-94-90673-16-1
edition of 300 copies

In the 50's the artist Nono Reinhold, who became later the wife of Edy de Wilde, was living in Paris and working at Atelier 17 of Stanley William Hayter. In 1956 she went with the painter Corneille and two other friends on a journey through Africa. They shipped a Land Rover to Dakar, Senegal and drove more than 4 months through Senegal, Upper Volta, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Chad, Sudan, Ethiopia and Kenya. The photographs Nono Reinhold took on this trip are now published for the first time in this book.

The book is available for € 15 at Peter Foolen Editions
peterfoolen@ziggo.nl

Thomas A Clark & Laurie Clark – of the wayside














Thomas A Clark & Laurie Clark
of the wayside

A book published by Lawn Editions, Leeds in the Fall of 2019
Softcover with flaps, 128 pages, 17 x 24 cm
Printed on Munken Lynx by Wilco Art Books, Amersfoort, NL
Bound by Patist, Den Dolder, NL
Designed by Peter Foolen with Thomas A Clark
isbn 978-1-9161542-0-9
edition of 750 copies

available for £ 15 at Lawn Editions, Leeds / Moschatel Press, Pittenweem and Peter Foolen Editions, Eindhoven

Tuesday, 26 November 2019

Lawn – exhibition Ground




















Ground
25 October 2019 – 31 January 2020

A group show curated by Daine Howse to launch the art space of Lawn with works by
Roger Ackling, Laurie Clark, Thomas A Clark, Tacita Dean, Gair Dunlop, Max Ernst, Andy Goldsworthy, Diane Howse, Per Kirkeby, Henry Moore, herman de vries, and turned wooden vessels by Bobby Mills and ceramic works by Ewen Henderson, Ray Finch and Janet Leach, Aragonite Scholar's Rocks and a Chinese Scholar’s Wood Root.

Lawn Editions is the publishing press of Diane Howse. At the opening of the exhibition Ground the book of the wayside by Thomas A Clark & Laurie Clark, published by Lawn Editions, was launched.

The exhibition can be viewed at the offices of
LAWN
Harewood Yard
Harewood
Leeds LS17 9LF
until the end of January 2020 by appointment.

Ben Tufnell – In Land, Writings Around Land Art And Its Legacies



Book Launch of
Ben Tufnell – In Land, Writings Around Land Art And Its Legacies
Thursday 28 November 2019
6-8pm
Parafin
18 Woodstock Street
London W1C 2AL
Gathering together texts published since 2002, as well as specially written new essays, In Land traces recent engagements with landscape, nature, environment and the cosmos. Essays about a.o. Nancy Holt, Katie Paterson and Ana Mendieta.
https://www.johnhuntpublishing.com/zer0-books/our-books/in-land

Hamish Fulton – A Decision To Choose Only Walking





Hamish Fulton – A Decision To Choose Only Walking
22 November 2019 – 8 February 2020

Parafin
18 Woodstock Street
London W1C 2AL
www.parafin.co.uk

Friday, 22 November 2019

Trevor Sutton – Katsura Imperial Villa









Trevor Sutton – Katsura Imperial Villa

a book published by Peter Foolen Editions in October 2019, on the occasion of the exhibition of Trevor Sutton in Concept Space, Japan in 2020.
hardcover linen bound with foil block printing.

32 pages, designed by Peter Foolen with Trevor Sutton.
prinetd by Wilco Art Books, Amersfoort, bound by Van Waarden, Zaandam.
edition of 500 copies.

available, price 20 GBP

Peter Liversidge – Expanded Notes, Sign Paintings for the Whitechapel Gallery











Peter Liversidge – Expanded Notes, Sign Paintings for the Whitechapel Gallery
19 November 2019
Whitechapel Gallery
77-82 Whitechapel High Street
London E1 QX
https://www.whitechapelgallery.org/about/

Throughout the building of the Whitechapel Gallery is a specially commissioned installation of Sign Paintings and Flags, commemorating the history of the gallery, the last decade of programming and the symbiotic relationships between arts organisations, supporters, staff, artists and objects.