Punch

Punch is a specialist bookshop with thematic focus on theory and contemporary practices in art, architecture, design and connected fields. The initiative based in Bucharest works also as a distribution platform for small publishers, artists, organizations and institutions from the SEE region (and beyond) which want to reach a wider audience. Now and then, Punch function as a platform for presentations, workshops and publishing. Punch launched its own publishing program in 2017.
 
Bucharest
 
8 titles
 
Corner - Football + Society – Vol. 1
2019
English edition
Corner is a Romanian artist-run magazine that approaches football from an interdisciplinary perspective (anthropology, art, contemporary dance, architecture, economics, politics...). This volume comprises all contributions from the first six issues, published between 2015-2017.
Adriana Gheorghe - False hours
2019
English edition
Artist's book.
Alina Popa - Square of Will in Square of Love - Texts, Notes, Drawings
2019
English edition
A collection of texts, notes and drawings from Alina Popa (1982-2019), edited as a tribute publication by her longtime accomplice, the artist Florin Flueras. A political and theoretical work that questioned both the intimate and social mechanisms of the contemporary.
 Alina Popa & Florin Flueras - Unsorcery
2019
English edition
(last copies available!)
A collection of writings by Alina Popa and Florin Flueras written in the past 7 years.
Katja Lee Eliad - Map Maker Like Lyrical
2019
English edition (texts in English and French)
Katja Lee Eliad's Map Maker Like Lyrical offers a retrospective view on the self-taught artist's work over the past two decades. The extensively illustrated book is accompanied by two essays by Valentina Iancu and Anca Verona Mihuleț and a conversation with the artist by Nicolas de Ribou, aiming to map the coordinates of a tortuous journey.
Vlad Nancă - Souvenir
2018
English edition
The first monographic publication dedicated to one of the foremost artists of his generation and a key figure in the development of Bucharest's artistic community in the early 2000s.
Black Hyperbox
2017
English edition
(last copies available!)
This publication covers the discursive outcome of the project “Black Hyperbox”—a frame for performance and text based on the alienation between practice and conceptualization.


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