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Preview spring 2024
Preview spring 2024
January 16, 2024

New year, new books. We're really looking forward to spring and the exciting titles that will be published by then. Our preview offers a glimpse into the future.

Christo and Jeanne-Claude

Ahead of the release of his new book Christo and Jeanne-Claude: In/Out Studio, the artists' close friend Matthias Koddenberg reflects on the home, studio, and life they shared.

Focus on the Margins
Focus on the Margins
January 06, 2021

The Internet and social media allow photographers to have global reach. Their works offer glimpses of different worlds that subvert conventional ideas of gender and aesthetic codes and that frequently escape the attention of mainstream society as a result. Benjamin Wolbergs embarked on a four-year-long journey to explore these worlds, which exist both in Europe and in countries where any deviation from established norms is punishable by death.

Making an Imprint on the Future

Gunnar Kettler is the third-generation head of a family-run business that employs more than 50 people. Kettler's print shop in Bönen and the publishing house Verlag Kettler in Dortmund are well-connected both locally and far beyond. The company's excellent quality and services are greatly appreciated by artists, photographers, and museums alike. In this interview, CEO and publisher Gunnar Kettler talks about the challenges and opportunities of the digital revolution, the laws of the arts scene, and the future of the printing industry.



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