Sternberg Press
Monographs and artists' books
 
Pedro Barateiro - How to Make a Mask
2019
English edition
Sternberg Press
forthcoming
This monographic volume dedicated to the work of Pedro Barateiro spans a period that dates back to 2008 and features extensive visual and written material of key projects presented in solo exhibitions, as well as other relevant installations, videos and performances.
Nina Canell - Reflexologies
2019
English edition
Sternberg Press
Cable cuts, energetics, and gunk: moving back and forth between a group of core subjects, Reflexologies converts the past five years of Nina Canell's sculptural work into a 384-page book.
Mischa Kuball - Res.o.nant
2019
English edition
Sternberg Press
Res·o·nant documents the namesake light and sound installation created by conceptual artist Mischa Kuball for the Jewish Museum Berlin. The catalogue comprises contributions by a prestigious ensemble of international thinkers, artists, and writers.
Stephen Sutcliffe - At Fifty
2019
English edition
Sternberg Press
First monograph dedicated to British filmmaker and video artist Stephen Sutcliffe. Including commissioned essays and an interview with the artist, At Fifty examines over twenty years of film collages practice, delving into Sutcliffe's extensive use of television archives and critical reflection on British cultural identity.
Peter Wächtler - Jolly Rogers
2019
English edition
Sternberg Press
Jolly Rogers is a collection of Peter Wächtler's latest short texts, written in preparation of his two solo exhibitions at Bergen Kunsthall and Kunsthalle Zürich (both 2019), and combined with a nearly complete collection of the artist's drawings and prints from recent years.
Irma Blank - Eigenschriften
2019
bilingual edition (English / Italian)
Sternberg Press
A series of drawings considered the starting point of the artist's mature work.
Shirana Shahbazi - New Good Luck
2019
English edition
Sternberg Press
currently out of stock
A new series of photographic works by Shirana Shahbazi.
Florian Hecker - Halluzination, Perspektive, Synthese
2019
English edition
Sternberg Press
Large format catalogue documenting a multichannel installation by Florian Hecker at Kunsthalle Wien, transformated into a resonating space, with texts by curators, researchers, theorists, and art historians.
Wilfrid Almendra - Light Boiled like Liquid Soap
2019
English edition
Sternberg Press
Light Boiled like Liquid Soap is an immersive installation by Wilfrid Almendra featuring radio transmissions and a series of sculptural elements made of copper, plaster, and silicone in various states of dematerialization. Combining found and repurposed materials, the works attest to notions of desire, circulation, and flux, from protective spaces of retreat to global economies of exchange.
Andrea Pichl -
2019
bilingual edition (English / German)
Sternberg Press
New monograph: an overview of Andrea Pichl's sculptural, drawn and photographic work, with four essays.
Jumana Manna - A Small Big Thing
2019
English edition
Sternberg Press
New monograph.
Steve Bishop - Deliquescing
2019
English edition
Sternberg Press
A body of research that focuses on the fragility of memory and the potential for its preservation, defying the gradual breakdown of matter through the effects of time.
Doireann O\'Malley - Prototypes
2019
English edition
Sternberg Press
Prototypes by Doireann O'Malley is a multi-screen film installation, a series of dreamscapes interrogating trans* semiotics through psychoanalytic practices, speculative technologies, and live action role-playing. O'Malley's work references scientific and medical investigations into the human psyche that address wider philosophical concerns relating to biology, gender embodiment, sexuality, utopianism,  and biomolecular advancement in human evolution.
Judy Radul - This Is Television
2019
English edition
Sternberg Press
This Is Television addresses the increasingly obsolete medium of television by way of the medium of the book, commenting on media's continuous changes of form and format. Through an interplay of theory and artistic research material, the book extends Judy Radul's ongoing investigation of media with an idiosyncratic perspective on television—while still feeding off collective experience. The book thematizes television as a cultural container, both in its format as a box for content and as an ideologically saturated apparatus for reception.
Erkan Özgen - Giving Voices
2019
English edition
Sternberg Press
Giving Voices features documentation on four of Erkan Özgen's video works dealing with war, violence, and trauma—beyond the boundaries of the political, within the dimension of the private and the human. It includes essays and an interview with the artist lead by Hans Ulrich Obrist and Hilde Teerlinck.
Aslan Gaisumov - Keicheyuhea
2019
English edition
Sternberg Press
This first monograph on Aslan Gaisumov borrows its title from a video work focusing on the traumatic aftermaths of post-World War II for the Chechen people under Soviet control. The publication documents in text and images this both historical and intimate project.
Rainer Ganahl - Manhattan Marxism
2019
English edition
Sternberg Press
Since the 1990s, artist Rainer Ganahl has been inspired by Karl Marx's writings. In over 700 pages, this publication brings together essays, photographs and other documentation from dozens of Ganahl's projects adapted from Marx's theories.
Amalia Pica - Please Listen Hurry Others Speak Better
2019
English edition
Sternberg Press
This catalogue accompanies three solo exhibitions in which two threads in Amelia Pica's practice are brought together: communication between humans and exchange between species. It includes a series of essays on animal rights and the artistic practice of the Argentine artist, as well as documents and an iconographic ensemble.
Jennifer Bornstein - Prints
2019
English edition
Sternberg Press
Prints by Jennifer Bornstein gathers together a body of work encompassing her latest projects in printmaking during a recent fellowship at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University. These works are contextualized by earlier projects in drawing, film, and artist books that span the 1990s to the present.
Babette Mangolte - Selected Writings
2019
English edition
Sternberg Press
A collection of texts by the French-American photographer and filmmaker in which she reflects on her artistic practice and discusses her collaborations with other filmmakers, artists, dancers and choreographers such as Marina Abramović, Chantal Akerman, Trisha Brown, and Yvonne Rainer.
Ellen Cantor - A history of the world as it has become known to me
2018
bilingual edition (English / German)
Sternberg Press
Publication focusing on Cantor's final project Pinochet Porn (2008–16)—an epic experimental film taking the form of a soap opera about the intimate life of people under the military dictatorship of Chile. A dramatic, transgressive and explicitly feminist work, embodying and radically extending Cantor's multifaceted artistic practice.
Torbjørn Rødland - Fifth Honeymoon
2018
English edition
Sternberg Press
This publication accompanies Torbjørn Rødland's touring exhibition “Fifth Honeymoon,” featuring thirty new photographs and a new video work, his first in eleven years, as well as newly commissioned essays by the American writer and cultural theorist Sianne Ngai and artist colleague Matias Faldbakken.
Georgia Sagri - Georgia Sagri Georgia Sagri and I
2018
English edition
Sternberg Press
As her first comprehensive publication, this catalogue surveys the multi-facetted oeuvre of the Greek artist/social activist Georgia Sagri. Across performance, video work, and sculpture, she explores the murky relationships between the artist's body and her body of work, subjectivity and persona, original and reproduction with equal parts humor and severity.
Magali Reus - Hot Cottons
2018
English edition
Sternberg Press
This publication accompanies two exhibitions of recent sculptural work by the artist Magali Reus: “Hot Cottons” at Bergen Kunsthall and “As mist, description,” at the South London Gallery. Featuring an essay by writer and curator Laura Mclean-Ferris and a poetic response by writer and poet Quinn Latimer as well as a fully illustrated overview of Reus's work, this catalogue provides an in-depth exploration of the artist's recent sculptural practice.
Guy Mees - The Weather is Quiet, Cool, and Soft
2018
English edition
Sternberg Press
The late Belgian artist Guy Mees has been a central figure of Antwerp's art scene since the 1970s. This catalogue features emblematic works and unpublished archival materials from the artist's creative phases spanning the 1960s to 2000s; two unpublished essays, and an interview with the artist.