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Graphic Production: Art Zines in Context (Muenchen, 12 Jul 17)

The title of this study day alludes to a book published in 1983 by Éditions Autrement, Paris (Graphic production 73-83: 1000 dessins sauvages), an international overview of then recent art zines from the collection of French artist Bruno Richard. The conference is organized on the occasion of an exhibition presenting a selection from the Zentralinstitut’s collection of French figurative Graphzines and a thematically related installation by Stéphane Blanquet at the Museum Fürstenfeldbruck near Munich. Beyond the French graphic scene, speakers will deal with art zines in an international context, the typology of artist publications, as well as the practice of collecting, communicating, but also creating art zines.


10:00 – 12:30 h
Off-site: Museum Fürstenfeldbruck
Visit of the exhibition Graphzines aus der Bibliothek des Zentralinstituts für Kunstgeschichte + Stéphane Blanquet: New Lung Seeded Inside
Welcome by the Museum Fürstenfeldbruck, guided tour of the exhibition and discussion with the artist Stéphane Blanquet

Lunch break in Fürstenfeldbruck

15:00 h
Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte, Conference room (2nd floor)

15:15 h
Toujours de sortie: Pascal Doury, Bruno Richard: artistes maudits?
Rüdiger Hoyer, Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte

16:00 h
‘You had to pretend to be a moron’: Raymond Pettibon as Reader and Punk
Tilo Reifenstein, Manchester Metropolitan University

16:45 h Break

17:15 h
Papier meets Farbe meets Weltmodell: ein Regal mit Büchern füllen
Martin Schmidl, Akademie der bildenden Künste München

18:00 h
What’s Wrong With Us? Punk 101 – towards greater utilization of zines in an institutional collection of artists' publications

18:45 – 19:00 h Break

19:00 h
Intégrer la culture alternative à l'histoire de l'art: l'exemple des fanzines punk
Eric de Chassey, Directeur général, Institut national d’histoire de l’art (INHA), Paris

Reception at the Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte

Participation is free, but for organizational reasons we kindly ask for registration by e-mail for the museum tour ( until July 7, 2017. Entry to the museum is free for registered participants.Transport from Munich main station to Fürstenfeldbruck (25 km west of Munich) by train (S-Bahn S 4) takes ca. 30 minutes + 15 minutes walk (or 10 minutes by bus X900) to the museum.


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