Book: “Permanently Improvised – 15 Years of Urban Print Collage”


New book by Various & Gould: “Permanently Improvised – 15 Years of Urban Print Collage”, Berlin 2019

PERMANENTLY IMPROVISED – 15 Years of Urban Print Collage

The artist duo Various & Gould has been an integral part of Berlin’s Urban Art for over a decade. In a playful and unconventional way, the two artists tackle major social issues. The duo finds ever new and specific forms of expression in each of their series.

Having used paper as a medium throughout their work, it’s only natural to finally use it for a book. Just in time for their 15th anniversary, this bilingual book in German and English presents the full range of their work, enriched by essays by selected authors.

Price: 35 €

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Essays: Mohamed Amjahid, Toby Ashraf, Steven P. Harrington, Prof. Dr. Ilaria Hoppe, Jan Kage, Luis Müller Philipp-Sohn, Anne Wizorek, Prof. Alison Young, Polina Soloveichik

Photos: Boris Niehaus (aka Just), Luna Park, Hans Friedrich, Maich, Jan de Wit, Tore Rinkveld and others

Format: 6.7 x 9.4 inches, hardcover
Pages: 208 pages
Languages: English/German
ISBN: 978-3-946688-73-0

Book design: Benjamin Wolbergs
Publisher: seltmann+söhne

Release: 10/ 25/ 2019


Book Release

Friday, 25th of October 2019, 7–11 pm
ATM Gallery
Lützowstr. 6, 10785 Berlin

Hooray! On Friday, 25th October, we celebrate the book release of „Permanently Improvised“ and you are warmly invited to join us at ATM Gallery!

We look forward to welcome all the wonderful people who have been part of this project. And you can look forward to a reading by author Toby Ashraf (in German), a performance, the book release and of course lots of art. We can’t wait to see you!

To top it all, we are thrilled to announce a live jam by KOHLE, the trio with musicians from Warren Suicide, Pitchtuner und Yaneq!

More info: FB Event.

KOHLE (Foto: Övgü Özen), Toby Ashraf (Foto: Claudia Kent)

Teaser clip with music by a guy called Bronco and film footage by Hans Friedrich and Boris Niehaus.

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