by Alona Rodeh

210 mm x 300 mm, 44 pages, 37 illustrations, English and Hebrew. Slipcase with booklet and six A2 size double-sided posters, 2015.
With texts by Shachar Atwan, Fabrizio Gallanti and Hillel Schwartz. Designed by Rachel Kinrot.
Published by The Green Box, Berlin and made possible with the support of the Israel State Lottery Council for Culture and Arts.
ISBN 978-3-941644-79-3

Alona Rodeh’s
Safe & Sound Deluxe Edition looks into the past and present of various audiovisual methods of safety and security, and their adaptations into popular and subcultural aesthetics, from early modern times up to our days. The Safe & Sound Deluxe Edition illustrated text booklet consists of essays by Shachar Atwan, Fabrizio Gallanti, and Hillel Schwartz, tackling in different manners, respectively, the history of high-visibility clothing, fire regulations in architecture, and the phenomenon of acoustic alarms as seen from a neurologic, sociologic and cultural perspective. The Safe & Sound Deluxe Edition double-sided poster collection set includes 12 staged photographs realized and paired by Rodeh as a visual complement and counterpoint to the essays.
This Publication was made possible with the support of the Israel State Lottery Council for Culture and the Arts, and was published on the occasion of Alona Rodeh’s solo exhibition at Grimmuseum, Berlin, September 2015.

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by Alona Rodeh
Edition of 100 signed and numbered drawstring bags made of reflective silver fabric.
The fabric is cut from Rodeh's “Neither Day Nor Night” reflective curtain, presented at Helena Rubinstein Pavillion for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv Museum, 2013.
Format 32 x 42 cm.

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167 mm × 240 mm, 400 Seiten, 500 black and white illustrations, English
With texts by Katerina Gregos, Jonathan Ahlm Brenander, Solvej Helweg Ovesen, Toke Lykkeberg. Published by Grimmuseum and BOM DIA BOA TARDE BOA NOITE, designed by Andrea Nicolo.
ISBN 978-3-943514-12-4

With the publication We are not a museum, we want to look back on three years of intensive and manifold production at the Grimmuseum. The publication contains a detailed and richly illustrated documentation of the numerous exhibitions, performances and sound installations in over 60 projects involving over 400 artists. Essays by Katerina Gregos, Jonathan Ahlm Brenander, Solvej Helweg Ovesen and Toke Lykkeberg complement the publication. The authors discuss questions about contemporary and curatorial issues and promote discourses in the context of the Grimmuseum. The essays cover topics such as the historical developement of artist-run spaces, a critical discussion of structures in museums, and a comment on the distinction of the art world in "commercial and non-commercial“ realms. Additionally, the role of the curator is explored at length, giving rise to a detailed display of the Grimmuseum's practice.

David Adamo, Özlem Altin, Cory Arcangel, Sam Ashley, Awst & Walther, Maxime Ballesteros, Rosa Barba, Alfred Boman, Madeleine Boschan, Erik Bünger, Sarah Cain, Francesco Cavaliere, Paolo Chiasera, Ivan Civic, Mario Consiglio, Kajsa Dahlberg, Mariana Castillo Deball, Amie Dicke, Constant Dullaart, Zhivago Duncan, Cecile B Evans, Florian Feigl, Fischli & Weiss, János Fodor, Andrés Galeano,Catherine Christer Hennix, FX Harsono, Jacob Holdt, Invernomuto, Christian Jankowski, Hiwa K, Kimberly Clark, Christopher Kline, Kristof Kintera, Wilhelm Klotzek, Anouk Kruithof, Alicjia Kwade, Brandon LaBelle, Oliver Laric, Leigh Ledare, Ján Mančuška , Ryan Mclaughlin, Christoph Meier, Henrik Menné, Ciprian Muresan, Laurel Nakadate, Anna Oppermann, Adam Pendleton, Pablo Pijnappel, Kirstine Roepstorff, Sebastian Romo, Elsa Salonen, Andrea Salvino, Tomoko Sauvage, Andreas Sell, Marinella Senatore, Jeremy Shaw, Despina Stokou, Marcel Türkowsky, Ignacio Uriarte, Ada Van Hoorebeke, Jorinde Voigt, Jan Vormann, Sinta Werner, Ming Wong, Whats to be Done?


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by Mariana Castillo Deball
Size varies, max. 170 × 240 mm 30 Covers, 24 b/w, 6 color English/Spanish/Portuguese/French ISBN 978-3-00-035970-5

Volume II is an anthology of 30 dust jackets of non-existing books. A compilation of 30 titles in one single publication! Join us in this literary journey throughout different topics and subject matters ranging from: unpublished memories, tropical manifestations, intragenealogy, Why the letter E is everywhere?, the taste of truth, the aroma of existence, contemporary ruins, conversations between a cardinal and a roadrunner bird, and more! Never odd or Even is a project by Mariana Castillo Deball with contributions by Mario Bellatin, Koen Brams, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Santiago da Silva, Tim Etchells, Carla Faesler, Dario Gamboni, Dora García, Moosje Goosen, Alejandro Jodorowsky and Pascale Montandon, Irene Kopelman, Adriana Lara, Pablo León de la Barra, Jesse Lerner, Juana Lomeli, Valeria Luiselli, Raimundas Malašauskas, Antoni Muntadas, Sophie Nys, Manuel Raeder, Eran Schaerf and Eva Meyer, Sergio Taborda and Heriberto Yépez. Published on the occasion of the exhibition NEVER ODD OR EVEN at GRIMMUSEUM, Berlin and Museum of Contemporary Art, Roskilde. Curated by Solvej Helweg Ovesen and co-produced by GRIMMUSEUM, Berlin.

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by Mette Woller & Merete Vyff Slyngborg

MOTION DAZZLE is published on the occasion of
MOTION DAZZLE- At the Turn of the River, Grimmuseum, Berlin.
Texts: Mette Woller & Merete Vyff Slyngborg
Editors: Mette Woller & Merete Vyff Slyngborg
Graphic Design: GUNMAD (Guomundur Úlfarsson & Mads Freund Brunse)
Photography: Nicolas Delaroche
Printing: Laserline, Berlin

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The Edition “Henry Flynt 2011 Concept Art 50 Years” published by GRIMMUSEUM
on the occasion of the exhibition “7 Homotopies (How One Becomes The Other)”

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by Elsa Salonen
48 pages (28 colors, 20 b/w), 21 x 21 cm
2012, english

This booklet documents two exhibitions and the related research from 
Finnish artist Elsa Salonen (
Finnish folk religion, spirituality, nature and cultural traditions are themes 
for Salonen's paintings, drawings and installations, all documented in the catalogue. 
The images are accompanied by poems and texts written by the artist 
as well as quotes from the study materials. 
First part of the exhibition series 'I Walk in the Forest as in a Temple' was hold in Grimmuseum in June 2012 and the second part in Galerie Suvi Lehtinen the following month. 

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,One of Ours’ published on the occasion of the Javier Perés solo exhibition ,One of Ours’ at GRIMMUSEUM.• Edition of 100 3 panel fold out serigraph cover (Exterior metallic silver / Interior Blue), deckled edge, archival printmaking paper. 20 Colour pp. 28 x 23 cm Published 2012 by anteism

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RADIO NUDISM (cassette)

– a collection of priceless documents collected from the sound archives of a Danish nudist radio station from 1993/94. This 45 min mixtape / compilation / radio narrative stands as an audio companion to the exhibition of Massimiliano Bomba, Benjamin Altermatt and Xavier García Bardón curated by Francesco Cavaliere and Marcel Türkowksy at GRIMMUSEUM, Berlin, in September 2011. Featuring tracks by the aforementioned nudists and more, it has been assembled and spiced by DJ Bongo Man. Coreleased by GRIMMUSEUM, Caleuche_Video, Rawraw and Music City. 120 copies.

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36 pages colour
indigo print HP7500
Fedrigoni splendorgel paper 115g

This pubblication was made in occasion of Whistle, Minotaur! 09 "Nudism, A Furious Undressing", an exhibition curated by Francesco Cavaliere and Marcel Turkowsky at GRIMMUSEUM, Berlin. It contains works by Benjamin Altermatt, Massimiliano Bomba and Xavier Garcia Bardon. "Nudism, often referring to an alternative to ,Naturism', the free speech movement of the body becomes a starting point for a series of upcoming episodes.
This viewing assumes to move a sense closer to a free and furious experience in a multi dimensional space. A polyphonic story told becomes more of a panoramic view than an attempt to reach a heterogeneous form."