PUBLISHERS ARCHIVE OF ARTISTS' PUBLICATIONS

Reorganisation, documentation and representation of the Archive Guy Schraenen éditeur by Maike Aden
Publications by Guy Schraenen éditeur

 

Since 2012 Maike Aden has been working on the reorganisation, documentation and representation of the archive of the publishing house Guy Schraenen éditeur.

 


Lecture on Guy Schraenen by Maike Aden
A.S.P.C. - Manifest

 

LECTURE

GUY SCHRAENEN. A FOREIGNER ABROAD

Colloque: "Livres d’artistes et éditions bibliophiles en Belgique", Bibliothèque royale de Belgique, Bruxelles, 26 - 27 janvier 2017

 

 

The lecture will reflect on the various activities of Guy Schraenen as publisher, essayist, curator and advisor in the field of artists’ publications: his publishing house Guy Schaenen Éditeur, his Archive for Small Press & Communication (A.S.P.C.), his initiative A Museum Within a Museum and his projects in various European museums.

 

Free admission. Reservation required

 


 

NEW RELEASE

COLLECTED WRITINGS GUY SCHRAENEN. ESSAYS, STATEMENTS, INTERVIEWS 1974-2013

Edited by Bettina Brach and Maike Aden, Centre for Artists' Publications, Bremen, 2013

Available in digital or print version.

Collected Writings Guy Schraenen. Edited by Bettina Brach and Maike Aden
Collected Writings Guy Schraenen, digital edition

The publication of Guy Schraenen’s “Collected Writings”, published by the Research Centre for Artists’ Publications Bremen, gives access to all the texts he published over four decades, from the 1970s up until the very recent past. They document his abiding interest in the history and the significance of the international networks underlying artists’ publications and initiatives in the 1960s and 1970s. He reflected upon the socio-political and cultural strategies of the artist-initiated art scene, which remained independent of the official art establishment. Beside this he wrote many introductions for catalogues of thematical and individual exhibitions.

 

Order: Digital Edition / Pint Version

 

 


 

ONLINE NOW!
GUY SCHRAENEN ÉDITEUR. ARTISTS' PUBLICATIONS  >IN AND OUT OF PRINT<

www.guyschraenenediteur.com, Dezember 2012

Website project and research for the archive Guy Schraenen éditeur by Maike Aden
Online now! Guy Schraenen éditeur

In the course of the new exploration, documentation and presentation of the archive of the publishing house Guy Schraenen éditeur, I created a website which is online now. It includes the complete lists with descriptions and photos of the original artists' publications in limited edition by Guy Schraenen Éditeur and of documents and catalogues by the Archive for Small Press & Communication (A.S.P.C.). Presented are the artists’ books, magazines, publication collections, assemblings, calalogues, ephemera, postcards and graphics, as well as multiples, sound works, film and video recordings etc. Accessible is also a broad selection of ephemera on exhibitions and projects by Guy Schaenen in his Galerie Kontakt, his Archive Space and in many other international venues he collaborated with.

 

Access Website: www.guyschraenenediteur.com

 


 

ARCHIVING

REORGANIZATION, DOCUMENTATION AND REPRESENTATION OF THE ARCHIVE OF THE PUBLISHING HOUSE GUY SCHRAENEN ÉDITEUR

Brussels/Paris, since 2012

 ARCHIVE GUY SCHRAENEN ÉDITEUR REORGANIZATION, DOCUMENTATION AND REPRESENTATION BY MAIKE ADEN

Since 2012, Maike Aden has been working on the reorganisation, documentation and representation of the archive of the publishing house Guy Schraenen éditeur (Antwerp/Paris) which was founded in 1973 and ran until 1978. It comprises all aspects and forms of artists' publications, not only printed matter such as books, newspapers, magazines, postcards, catalogues, posters and photos by artists, but also objects as well as video and film and a very particular commitment to sound art. Included are the published art works by artists such as Ulises Carrión, Lourdes Castro, Henri Chopin, Degottex, Mirtha Dermisache, Peter Downsbrough, François Dufrêne, Françoise Janicot, Brion Gysin, Bernard Villers and many others.


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