February 10, 2010 - Februari 13, 2010

Chicago IL (US)
b o o k   &   t r a d e   f a i r
College Art Association CAA2010
CAA is the largest professional organisation for individuals and institutions working in the visual arts internationally. It reaches a broad range of artists, scholars, art historians, museum staff, university librarians, critics, curators and others. In addition of four days of panel discussions, museum exhibitions, gallery receptions and special events, one of the largest draws of its conference is a Book and Trade Fair featuring some 140 periodicals, art publishers, distributors, university presses, etc...
Hyatt Regency Chicago, 151 East Wacker Drive, Chicago, IL 60601, USA
Thursday & Friday, 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday, 9:00 am - 2:30 pm


December 14, 2009 - December 19, 2009

Brussels (BE)
e v e n t
The Voice of GAGARIN
Some 15 people with different backgrounds are invited to read artist's texts from GAGARIN before a life audience. The event is a proposition by Parisian curator Grégory Castèra. 
Monday 14th
- Mark Manders, Waarom hebben wij tijd om over ons lichaam na te denken? Tijd trekt mij steeds weer weg uit het geluid waar ik van hou, read by Felicia Atkinson
- Jota Castro, Artforum; mi sombra y la probabilidad de mi muerte., read by Jota Castro
- Pierre Bismuth, Vendredi 28 Octobre 1994, read by Scali Delpeyrat and Lenka Luptakova
- Roman Ondak, STAR CITY, read by Scali Delpeyrat and Lenka Luptakova 
- Peter Regli, die Liebe kommt - die Liebe geht, read by Scali Delpeyrat and Lenka Luptakova
- Bili Bidjocka, NKWEL BA YI DJAM OU NOMB BEE, read by Gilles Collard
- Anne Daems, In the supermarket a bundle of leeks lay on a pile of newspapers, read by Karl Larsson
- John Baldessari, A Person Wears Many Masks and Perhaps We Are Not Who We Think We Are read by Laurent de Sutter 
Wednesday 16th
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David Shrigley, 6 Textdrawings, read by Florent Delval
- Lawrence Weiner, ...EN ROUTE TO..., read by Nicolas Fourgeaud
- Tsuyoshi Ozawa, The Nasubi Shimbun, read by Zicmuse McCloud
- Honoré D'O, And if you do decide to.doc, read by Michiel Reyneart
Thursday 17th
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Dora Garcia, Twice Told Tales, read by Bojana Cvejic
- David Shrigley, 6 Textdrawings, read by Florent Delval
- Harmony Korine, Mac and Plac, read by Sébastian Dicenaire
- Lawrence Weiner, ...EN ROUTE TO..., read by Nicolas Fourgeaud
- Alfredo Jaar, LUCIDITY, read by Jonathan Lévy
- Jonathan Monk, Dear Mr. Kounellis, read by Jonathan Lévy
- Olaf Probst, Mc loop + Undrawn Monografie of Johannes Meinhardt, read by Michael Schmid
- Eija-Liisa Ahtila, WORDS, read by Coralie Stalberg
Friday 18th
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Marlène Dumas, Titels, eerste name en verkleinwoordjies, read by Jean-Philippe Convert
- Lefevre Jean Claude, A C T D L M R S S 1 9 9 0, read by Jean-Philippe Convert
- David Shrigley, 6 Textdrawings, read by Florent Delval
- Paul Chan, Oh Gertrude, read by Maja Jantar
- Agnès Geoffray, Les Enchantés (11 chansons), read by Maja Jantar
- Mat Mullican, Trance performance Zürich 2003, read by Emmanuel Lambion
- Bernard Villiers, Mes ABéCéDaires, read by Emmanuel Lambion
- Boris Achour, OPERATION RESTORE POETRY version to shout extremely hard, alone or in public, with the voice of a Marines instructor, read by Emmanuel Lambion
- Kader Attia, Sans Titre 2006, read by Marie-Aude Leledy
- David Maroto, Dissillusion, read by Lara Pandurovic
- Patrick Corillon, Sur le Chemin, read by Nina Souquet
Saturday 19th
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Ria Pacquée, Street Rambling, read by Maya Boquet
- Joëlle Terulinckx, selectgagarin, read by Lucille Calmel
- David Shrigley, 6 Textdrawings, read by Florent Delval
- Paola Pivi, THANK YOU FOR SHARING LOVE, read by Sonia Demierce
- Sophie Calle, La visite médicale, read by Delphine Jonas
- Roman Ondàk, STAR CITY, read by Elena Sorokina
- Anatoli Osmolovski, For the Apartment and for the Office, read by Elina Sorokina
Elaine Levy Project, Rue Fourmois 9 (first floor), 1050 Bruxelles, Belgium
daily from 7:00 pm


December 6, 2009

Amsterdam (NL)
b o o k   f a i r
Small Publishers Fair
Some 110 small publishers from the Dutch speaking countries present their new and old titles in the field of literature, non-fiction and visual arts.
Paradiso, Weteringsschans 6-8, 1017 Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Sunday, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm


September 20, 2009 - December 06, 2009

Breda (NL)
e x h i b i t i o n
B-Sides and Rarities
B-Sides and Rarities is an exhibition with (for practical, economical or other reasons) unrealized artprojects on different locations and in Lokaal 01 in Breda. With scale models, story boards, sketches, etc.. GAGARIN will take part with some 8 issues featuring unrealized projects by Simon Patterson, Stan Douglas, Joe Scanlan, Berend Strik & One Architecture and Boris Achour.
Lokaal 01 & inner city of Breda.
More info: www.lokaal01.nl


May 7, 2009 - December 31, 2009

Washington DC (USA)
e x h i b i t i o n
This Is Not That Cafe
this is not that CAFE is the first site-related project organized by Vesela Stretenovic, the Phillips Collection's new curator of modern and contemporary art. this is not that CAFE combines art components created by New York-based dB foundation members Greta Byrum, Annabel Daou, Kareem Estefan, Tom Rusotti, Danny Snelson and Elaine Tin Nyo. GAGARIN will be included in the Bookcomponent of the project
The Pillips Collection, 1600 21st Street, NW, Washington, DC 20009, USA
Tuesday-Saturday, 10am - 5pm

Thursday, 10am - 8.30pm
Sunday, 11am - 6pm
Closed Mondays


November 19, 2009

Ghent (BE)
d e b a t e
"Time OUT" - Time Festival
GAGARIN / Wilfried HUET will participate with Luc Drycke, Willem Oorebeek & Roger Willems in the debate "The book as exhibition space" (see below). 
Time OUT is a series of six debates (Dutch spoken) on six different locations:
S.M.A.K. - Art in public space - November 15, 2:00 pm
NTGent -  The staging of art / The art of staging - November 17, 8:00 pm
Witte Zaal - The book as exhibition space - November 19, 8:00 pm
Tatjana Pieters - On curatorship - November 22, 2:00 pm 
University Ghent (Booktower) - How much art can politics have? - November 24, 8:00 pm
Kiosk/Kask - On the working process as artwork (working title) - November 26, 8:00 pm
Witte Zaal, Posteernstraat 64, 9000 Ghent, Belgium
Thursday Nov 19, 8:00 pm


November 6, 2009 - November 8, 2009

Paris (FR)
a r t i s t s '   b o o k   f a i r
Salon Light
For it's sixht edition, Salon Light invites the actors of independent publishing today to join at Point Ephémère at the Canal St Martin in Paris. More than 50 editors from all over the world will show their new publications and objects. With a table round, a conference and a genuine "ball".
Point Ephémère, 200 Quai de Valmy, 75010 Paris, France.
Friday / Saturday, 11am - 7pm
Sunday, 11am - 6 pm


November 6, 2009 - November 8, 2009

Turin (IT)
a r t i s t ' s   b o o k   f a i r
PA / PER VIEW
GAGARIN The Artists in their Own Words will participate in the 'PA/PER VIEW Art Book Fair' at Teatro Carignano & Cavalleria Reale on the occasion of 'Accelare L'Ascolto: Action, Behaviour, Performance, Instant Theatre' in Torino (Italy) during ARTISSIMA 19.
Teatro Carignano, Turin, Italy
Friday, 6pm - 9pm
Saturday & Sunday, 11am - 9 pm


October 1, 2009 - October 4, 2009

New York NY (US)
a r t   b o o k   f a i r
New York Art Book Fair 2009
GAGARIN will take part in the NYABF2009, Printed Matter Inc's annual faisr of contemprary art books, art catalogues, artist's books, art periodicals and 'zines offered for sale by over 120 international publishers, booksellers and antiquarian dealers. Admission is free.
PS1 Contemporary Art Centre, 22-25 Jackson Ave at the intersection of 46th Ave, Long Island City, NY 11101
Thursday, 5pm - 6 pm (preview, vip & press)
Thursday, 6pm - 8 pm (opening reception, free and open to the public)
Friday & Saturday, 11am - 7pm
Sunday, 11am - 5pm 


September 25, 2009 - September 27, 2009

London (UK)
a r t   b o o k   f a i r
London Art Book Fair 2009 - Whitechapel Art Gallery
GAGARIN was invited to take part, along with 70 international artist bookmakers, gallery presses, publishing houses, art magazines and antiquarian dealers, in the London Art Book Fair 2009. This event is an exciting addition to the newly expanded Whitechapel Gallery. 
Whitechapel Gallery, 77-82 Whitechapel High Street, London E1 7QX, UK
Friday 25, Saturday 26 & Sunday 27,  11am - 18pm  


September 4, 2009 - September 6, 2009

Berlin (DE)
a r t   b o o k   f a i r 
MISS READ - KW Kunst Werke Berlin
MISS READ will comprise a selection of 23 international publishers: 2nd Cannons Publications, Los Angeles | argobooks, Berlin | Book Works, London | Christoph Keller Editions, Eigeltingen-Münchöf | Dexter Sinister, New York | documentation céline duval, Houlgate | fame & fortune,bulletin, Schlëbrugge.Editors, Wien | GAGARIN The Artists in their Own Words, Antwerp | information as material, York | MER. PaperKunsthalle, Brüssel | onestar press, Paris | Passenger Books, Berlin/Montreal | P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E. Institute, Ljubljana | Michalis Pichler, Berlin | Pork Salad Press, Kopenhagen | Printed Matter, Inc., New York | Roma Publications, Amsterdam | Salon Verlag, Köln | Spector Books, Leipzig | Sternberg Press, Berlin/New York | Temporary Services, Chicago | Torpedo Press, Oslo | Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Köln. In the last years artistic publishing has developed into a form of individual practice. MISS READ will provide an overview on this aspect of artistic production and present a selection of the most active figures in this field. The focus will be on publications which are works in their own rather than books about art.
KW Kunst-Werke Berlin, Auguststrasse 69, D-10117 Berlin, Germany
Friday, 3pm - 7pm
Saturday & Sunday, noon - 7pm


June 19, 2009

Vienna (AT)
p r e s e n t a t i o n    &   p u b l i c    r e a d i n g
Curators read artist's texts from "GAGARIN The Artists in their Own Words"
Tree curators read and interpret artist's texts from "GAGARIN The Artists in their Own Words".
Adam Budak, who lives in Graz and Krakow, is currently curator for contemporary art at the Kunsthaus Graz in Graz, Austria. He studied theatre studies at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow and history and philosophy of art and architecture at the Central European University in Prague. Adam Budak has curated "Architectures: Metastructures of Humanity, Morphic Strategies of Exposure", exhibition in the Polish Pavilion of the 9th Venice Biennale of Architecture (2004). He worked with acclaimed artists such as John Baldessari, Cerith Wyn Evans and Monika Sosnowska, and has curated a large number of international exhibitions. 
Gitte Huck, who lives in Vienna, is an indepnedant curator.
Susanne Neuburger is an art historian and a curator at the Museum Moderner Kunst Stïftung Ludwig MUMOK in Vienna. She is the author of "Bad Painting. Good Art" (2008), "Laboratorium Moderne" (2008), "Nam June Paik. Exposition of Music. Electronic Television" (2009), etc..
Salon für Kunstbuch, Mondscheinstrasse 11, Vienna, Austria
June 19, 2009, 7pm


June 10, 2009 - June 14, 2009

Basel (CH)
a r t   f a i r
Art Basel, contemporary art fair
Art Basel is the world's premier international art show for modern and contemporary art. Art Basel features nearly 300 leading galleries from North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa. GAGARIN The Artists in their Own Words will take part in the media section of Art Basel.
Art Basel, Messe Basel, Halls 1 & 2, Mess Basel, Messeplatz, 4005 Basel, Switzerland
Wednesday - Saturday, 11am - 7pm
Sunday, 11am - 6pm 


April 24, 2009 - April 27, 2009

Brussels (BE)
a r t   f a i r
ArtBrussels, Contemporary Art Fair 
The 27th edition of ArtBrussels will be held from 24 to 27 April 2009 and will feature 180 international art galleries that have been selected by an international selection committee. GAGARIN The Artists in thier Own Words will take part with a private booth in the media section.
ArtBrussels, Brussels Expo, Halls 1&3, Place de Belgique 1, 1020 Brussels, Belgium
Friday - Monday, 11am - 7pm


April 23, 2009 - April 26, 2009

Brussels (BE)
a r t   b o o k   f a i r
PA/PER VIEW Artbook Fair
PA/PER VIEW Artbookfair will bring together a selection of 25 of Europe's leading artist book publishers during Belgium's most intense contemporary art weekend. Will be present: A prior, Afterall, Argobooks, Bartleby's & Co, Bas Books, Book Works, Daviet-Thery, De Singel, Episode Publishers, GAGARIN The Artists in their Own Words, Gevaert Editions, Janus, Koenig, Mer-Paper Kunsthalle, MFC-Michèle Didier, Muhka, Onestar, Onomatopée, Roma Publications, Ridinghouse, Salon Verlag & Three Star Books.
Wiels, Avenue Van Volxem 354, 1190 Brussels, Belgium
Thursday - Saturday, 12am - 7pm
Sunday, 11am - 6pm 


February 26, 2009 - February 28, 2009

Los Angeles CA (US)
a r t   b o o k   f a i r
College Art Association CAA 2007
CAA is the largest professional organization for individuals and institutions working in the visual arts internationally. It reaches a broad range of artists, scholars, art historians, museum staff, university librarians, critics, curators and others. In addition of four days of panel discussions, museum exhibitions, gallery receptions and special events, one of the largest draws of its conference is a book and Trade Fair featuring some 140 periodicals, art publishers, distributors, university presses, etc..
Los Angeles Convention Center, 1201 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 900015, USA
Thursday & Friday, 9am - 6pm
Saturday, 9am - 2.30pm


December 19, 2008

Berlin (DE)
p r e s e n t a t i o n
Motto Berlin
Motto Berlin launches its Kreuzberg space with a one week event. Every day from 16.12.08 until 20.12.08, from 12 h - 18.30 h the space will function like a regular bookshop, whereas every other evening a special programme will accompany presentations of the following magazines:
16.12.08 18.30 - Mono.Kultur (DE)
17.12.08 18.30 - Spike Art (AT)
18.12.08 18.30 - Piktogram (PO)
19.12.08 18.30 - Gagarin (BE)
20.12.08 18.30 - Kilimanjaro (UK)
Motto is a distribution company based in Switzerland, now opening its first physical outlet in Berlin. The catalogue comprises many magazines and independent publications ranging from art, photography, design to fashion, ...
(...) Uovo, Gagarin, Sang Bleu, Kilimanjaro, Aperture, Tate etc, Frieze, Dot Dot Dot, Cabinet, Afterall, Granta, Useless, Zing, Art Forum, Mono Kultur, Lodown, Texte Zur Kunst, Piktogram, Eikon, Foto 8, Adbusters, A Prior, Material, FormContent, Used Future, Esopus, Paper Monument, B42, Frog, Orte Magazine, Basso, Starship, Mousse, Palais/, Futu, Spin, Back Cover, Bidoun, Spector, Acne Paper, 032c, Purple Fashion, Purple Journal, Wow, Self Service, Mode Depesche, A magazine, Daddy, Butt, Dik, Kaiserin, Pablo Internacional, Fantastic Man, Pin Up, Capricious, the journal, Fucking Good Art, Nusign, Apartamento, Odds&Ends, Foam, Gomma, Archivo, Nuke, Kasino A4, Very, Currency, Intersection, Arkitip, Magazine (Paris), Laser, Paperback, Umelec, Museum Paper, F-T-P, Whitewall, Crash, Fukt, Paradis, Adbusters, Dong, Anatitude, Nieves, Unagi, Seems , Decathlon, Powerhouse, Kaugummi, The Bookmakers Ed., (...)
Motto Berlin, Skalitzerstr. 68, im Hinterhof, D-10997 Berlin
Friday 19/12/08, 18.30h..


December 7, 2008

Amsterdam (NL)
b o o k   f a i r 
'Small Publishers Fair' 
Some 110 publishers from the Dutch speaking countries present their new and old titles in the field of litarature, non-fiction and visual arts.
Paradiso, Weteringsschans 6-8, 1017 Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Sunday, 1pm - 5pm 


November 28, 2008 - November 30, 2008

Paris (FR)
a r t   b o o k   f a i r

'Salon Light # 5
GAGARIN will participate in "Salon Light # 5" in Paris. 'Cneai' invites some 50 European publishers at Point Ephémère in Paris to present their latest publications, often rare and hard to find: books, magazines, vinyls, CD's, DVD's. With launchings, signatures, meetings, projections on the half hour.
Point Ephémère, 200 quai de Valmy, 75010 Paris, France
Friday / Saturday, 11am - 11pm
Sunday, 11am - 6 pm


October 23, 2008 - October 26, 2008

New York NY (US)
a r t   b o o k   f a i r

New York Art Book Fair 2008

GAGARIN will take part in the 'New York Art Book Fair 2008', Printed Matter Inc's annual fair of contemporary art books, art catalogs, artist's books, art periodicals and 'zines offered for sale by over 120 international publishers, booksellers and antiquarian dealers. Admission to the fair is free. New York Art Book Fair Committee: Philip Aarons, AA Bronson, Skuta Helgason, Carolina Nitsch, Richard Prince, Dieter von Graffenreid, John Waters & Matthew Zucker.
Phillips de Pury & Company, 450 West 15th Street at 10th Avenue, 3rd floor, NYC
Friday & Saturday, 11am - 7pm
Sunday, 11am - 5pm


October 16, 2008

Antwerp (BE)
l a u n c h i n g
Artists in Residence AIR Antwerp 
GAGARIN The Artists in their Own Words, volume 9 #1, with especially written and unpublished textual contributions by Aleksandra Mir, Peter Friedl, Saâdane Afif, Apichatpong Weerastehakul, Lee Bul, Danh Vo, Philip Metten and Adam Chodzko, will be presented by Wilfried Huet, the editor, at AIR Antwerp on Thursday, Oktober 16 at 20pm.  The launching will be accompanied by a screening of Aleksandra Mir's "First Woman on the Moon" (1999, 12', courtesy Galerie Laurent Godin, Paris) and some quotations from Apichatpong Weerasethakuls' film "Tropical Malady" (2004, courtesy Kick the Machine Films, Bangkok.
AIR Antwerp, Oosterweelsteenweg 3, 2030 Antwerp, Belgium
Thursday, 8pm


October 03, 2008

Zürich (CH)
p r e s e n t a t i o n
'Alexis Zavialoff's Temporary Bookshop' at Corner College / Nieves 
GAGARIN The Artists in their Own Words, volume 9 #1,  with exclusive textual contributions by Aleksandra Mir, Peter Friedl, Saâdane Afif, Apichatpong Weerastehakul, Lee Bul, Danh Vo, Philip Metten and Adam Chodzko, will be launched at Alexis Zavialoffs' temporary bookshop at Corner College/Nieves in Zürich on Friday Oktober 3rd./8pm.  The launching will be accompanied by a screening of Aleksandra Mir's "First Woman on the Moon" (1999, 12', courtesy Galerie Laurent Godin, Paris) and some quotations from Apichatpong Weerasethakuls' film "Tropical Malady" (2004, courtesy Kick the Machine Films, Bangkok).
Corner College / Nieves , Brauerstrasse 37, 8004 Zürich, Switzerland
Friday, 8pm


September 30, 2008 - October 31, 2008

Chaumont (FR)
e x h i bi t i o n
Beyond Kiosk IV, a Selection of the Kiosk Archive, at Les Silos - Pôle Graphisme
GAGARIN was invited for 'Beyond Kiosk IV, a Selection of the Kiosk Archive'. The exhibition presents a unique opportunity to view some of the most outstanding examples of independent publishing today, through a selection of some hundred books, magazines, fanzines, records, CD's and videos, put together by Christoph Keller. The works in the exhibition have been carefully selected of the 6.200 publications which form the touring archive 'Kiosk', that has been exhibited in more than 20 venues all over the world and which will enter the permanent collection of the State Library in Berlin in the autumn of 2010. See also Beyond Kiosk III, II and I below.
Les Silos, Maison du Livre et de l'Affiche, 7-9 Avenue Foch, 52000 Chaumont, France
Tusday, Thursday & Friday, 2pm - 7pm
Wednesday & Saturday, 10am - 6pm
Sunday & Monday, closed


September 19, 2008 - September 21, 2008

Milan (IT)
e x h i b i t i o n
'Library' at Galleria Francesca Kaufman
GAGARIN will take part in 'LIBRARY'. 'LIBRARY' is an exhibition curated by Adam Carr. Revolving around the idea of a magazine as possible location for artwork, 'LIBRARY' consists of a variety of magazines all of which demonstrate instances in which artists have utilised magazines as a space for art making. The resulting presentation emerges from an invitation to a number of international based artists to participate with magazines in which they have conceived specific projects, artworks or other forms of artistic contributions. Featuring magazines produced in a variety of places globally, the display comprises issues primarilly from the 90's to the present day. LIBRARY sets out to offer a short history in which the magazine has been used beyond its conventional means and used instead as a site for art and exhibition making.    
Galleria Francesca Kaufman, Via dell' Orso 16, 20121 Milano, Italy


September 06, 2008 - October 31, 2008

Berlin (DE)
e x h i b i t i o n 
'Library' at Uovo Open Office Berlin
GAGARIN will participate in 'LIBRARY'. 'LIBRARY' is an exhibition curated by Adam Carr and for UOVO Open Office Berlin. Revolving around the idea of a magazine as possible location for artwork, 'LIBRARY' consists of a variety of magazines all of which demonstrate instances in which artists have utilised magazines as a space for art making. The resulting presentation emerges from an invitation to a number of international based artists to participate with magazines in which they have conceived specific projects, artworks or other forms of artistic contributions. Featuring magazines produced in a variety of places globally, the display comprises issues primarilly from the 90's to the present day. Ultimately, LIBRARY sets out to offer a short history in which the magazine has been used beyond its conventional means and used instead as a site for art and exhibition making.    
UOVO Open Office, 68 Skalitzers Str., 10997 Berlin, Germany


June 06, 2008 - September 14, 2008

Geneva (CH)
e x h i b i t i o n
'Beyond Kiosk III, a Selection of the Kiosk Archive'
GAGARIN was invited for "Beyond Kiosk III, a Selection of the Kiosk Archive". The exhibition presents a unique opportunity to view some of the most outstanding examples of independent publishing today, through a selection of some hundred books, magazines, fanzines, records, CD's and videos, put together by Christoph Keller. The works in the exhibition have been carefully selected of the 6.200 publications which form the touring archive 'Kiosk', that has been exhibited in more than 20 venues all over the world and which will enter the permanent collection of the State Library in Berlin in the autumn of 2010. See also Beyond Kiosk II and I below.
Centre d'Art Contemporain, Rue des Vieux-Grenadiers 10, 1205 Geneva, Switzerland
Tuesday / Sunday, 11am - 6pm


May 24, 2008

Tilburg (NL)
p r e s e n t a t i o n   &   l a u n c h i n g 
GAGARIN the Artists in their Own Words #16
GAGARIN The Artists in their Own Words, vol. 8#2, with contributions by Cerith Wyn Evans, Fernanda Gomes, Adrian Paci, Job Koelewijn, Erwin Wurm, Marilou van Lierop, Paul McCarthy and Ugo Rondinone, will be launched at the auditorium of De Pont Museum for Contemporary Art in Tilburg (NL).
De Pont, Museum of Contemporary Art, Wilhelminapark 1, 5000 AE Tilburg, The Netherlands
Saturday, 2 pm


April 4, 2008 - June 1, 2008

Bonn (DE)
e x h i b i t i o n

'Beyond Kiosk II, a Selection of the Kiosk Archive' 
GAGARIN was invited for "Beyond Kiosk II, a Selection of the Kiosk Archive". The exhibition presents a unique opportunity to view some of the most outstanding examples of independent publishing today, through a selection of some hundred books, magazines, fanzines, records, CD's and videos, put together by renowned German designer and publisher Christoph Keller. The works presented in the exhibition have been carefully selected of the 6.200 publications which form the touring archive 'Kiosk', that has been exhibited in more than 20 venues all over the world and which will enter the permanent collection of the State Library in Berlin in the autumn of 2010. See also "Beyond Kiosk IV", "Beyond Kiosk III", "Beyond Kiosk II" and "Beyond Kiosk I" below. See also "Beyond Kiosk I" below.
Kunstverein Bonn, Hochstadenring 22, D-53119 Bonn, Germany
Tuesday / Sunday, 11am - 5pm
Thursday, 11am - 7pm
Monday, closed


March 14, 2009 - June 8, 2009

Luxembourg (LU)
e x h i b i t i o n
'Beyond Kiosk V, a Selection of the Kiosk Archive'
GAGARIN was invited for "Beyond Kiosk V, a Selection of the Kiosk Archive". The exhibition presents a unique opportunity to view some of the most outstanding examples of independent publishing today, through a selection of some hundred books, magazines, fanzines, records, CD's and videos, put together by Christoph Keller. The works in the exhibition have been carefully selected of the 6.200 publications which form the touring archive 'Kiosk', that has been exhibited in more than 20 venues all over the world and which will enter the permanent collection of the State Library in Berlin in the autumn of 2010. See also Beyond Kiosk IV, III, II and I below.
Musée d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean, 3 Park Dräi Eechelen, L-1499 Luxembourg
Wednesday, 11pm - 8pm
Thursday / Monday, 11am - 6pm 
Tuesday, closed


January 18, 2008 - March 30, 2008

Philadelphia PA (US)
e x h i b i t i o n

'Beyond Kiosk I, a Selection of the Kiosk Archive'
GAGARIN was invited for "Beyond Kiosk I, a Selection of the Kiosk Archive". The exhibition presents a unique opportunity to view some of the most outstanding examples of independent publishing today, through a selection of some hundred books, magazines, fanzines, records, CD's and videos, put together by Christoph Keller. The works in the exhibition have been carefully selected of the 6.200 publications which form the touring archive 'Kiosk', that has been exhibited in more than 20 venues all over the world and which will enter the permanent collection of the State Library in Berlin in the autumn of 2010.
Institute of Contemporary Art ICA, 118 S. 36th St. Philadelphia, PA 19104-3289, USA
Wednesday / Friday, 12pm - 8pm
Saturday / Sunday, 11am - 5pm
Monday & Tuesday, closed