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Experts' Workshop on Social Security of Visual Artists in Europe, IGBK (Edit.), Berlin 2011 (language: English and German)


The publication presented by the IGBK contains extended versions of conference papers by Carroll Haak and Bernd Schulte. The publication is available in English and German language. For orders free of charge please contact: art@igbk.de

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Art Swap Europe. Artist-run initiatives and international exchange, IGBK (ed.), Berlin 2008 – out of print; for a download in pdf format please see ‘projects’ > 'Art Swap Europe’
 
In 2008 IGBK invited artists and artist collectives from across Europe, running permanent or temporary exhibition or project spaces and realising international exchange projects to Berlin. The catalogue compiles self-portrayals of the 76 participating initiatives.
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Dreams of Art Spaces Collected. Starting from Europe, China and Australia (DVD collektion and booklet); IGBK, Dorothee Albrecht, Alf Löhr, Andreas Schmid, Moira Zoitl (ed.), Berlin 2008
 
The collection of 7 DVDs (+ booklet) comprises more than 50 video interviews (in English language or with English subtitles) with artists and curators from China, Europe and Australia investigating experiences in exhibiting and mediating contemporary art. The collection is available at the IGBK office at the price of 50 Euro.
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Reality Check – who is afraid of master of arts?; IGBK, annette hollywood, Barbara Wille (ed.), Berlin 2007
 
Considering the implementation of bachelor and master degree programs, the publication shows different views of artists and actors of the arts education sector on artists’ education in Europe. The idea of an open European space for higher education is faced by the fear of augmented bureaucracy as well as the liberal ideal of a global education market.
The documation of the same named IGBK symposium in 2006 collects texts (in German language) by Leonie Baumann, annette hollywood, Barbara Wille, Karin Stempel, Klaus Jung, Uli Aigner, Thomas Erdelmeier, Katharina Schmidt, Michel Métayer, Stephan Dillemuth, Stephan Schmidt-Wulffen, Winfried Virnich, Doris Berger, Moira Zoitl, Ariane Müller, Thomas Müllenbach and Verena Kuni.
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Rights and Wrongs. The UNESCO Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions – One year after; European Council of Artists, IGBK, 2006
 
The publication documents the ECA annual conference 2006 in Berlin. How will the UNESCO Convention influence national and international cultural political discussions? How can standards be set on national as well as on international level that will become an effective tool against the proceeding liberalisation of trade and services postulated by WTO and thus give greater authority to cultural politics and the public funding of the cultural sector? These questions are discussed by Christine Merkel, Kornelijus Platelis, Erna Hennicot-Schoepges, Joachin Kettel, Zeyneb Farhat, Pia Raug and Christa Prets.
The documentation is available at the IGBK office.
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Orte künstlerischer Arbeit. Kunst in neuen Kontexten; IGBK, Renate Christin (ed.), Berlin 2005
 
The publication documents the same named IGBK symposium 2004 in Regensburg. It presents artistic concepts and projects that deal with recent political and social developments and tendencies of change. Texts are written by Paolo Bianchi, Joachim Kettel, Danièle Perrier, Pavel Liska, Florian Schöttle, Wolfgang Zinggl and Moira Zoitl (in German language).
The publication is available at the IGBK office.
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Künstlerische Bildung nach Pisa. Neue Wege zwischen Kunst und Bildung; Joachim Kettel, IGBK, in cooperation with Landesakademie Schloss Rotenfels (ed.), Oberhausen 2004; ISBN 3-89896-205-9
 
The publication collects statements and results of the IGBK symposium ‚Mapping Blind Spaces – Neue Wege zwischen Kunst und Bildung’ 2003 in Karlsruhe (in German language only!). The articles describe the potential and significance of art education as a resource for individual and social development from various points of view. Therefore, art education is seen as a completion of the results that international assessments brought up.
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Kompendium für Künstler. Ein Ratgeber; Dagmar Winkler (ed.) in cooperation with IGBK, 2. edition, Witten 2002; ISBN 3-928003-33-X - out of print
 
The publications summarises information on important topics related to the art scene (in German language). Chapters deal with support and working opportunities (prices, grants, residencies, foundations etc.), important addresses in Europe (academies, artists’ associations, information and service organisations, networks), social insurance, insurance of art works, taxation, copy right, exhibitions at home and abroad, catalogues etc.
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Kunst lehren? Künstlerische Kompetenz und kunstpädagogische Prozesse – Neue subjektorientierte Ansätze in der Kunst und Kunstpädagogik in Deutschland und Europa; IGBK (ed.) / Joachim Kettel, Stuttgart 1998; ISBN 3-87173-157-9 - out of print
 
The publication documents the correspondent IGBK symposium 1997 in Wolfsburg and Braunschweig (in German language). The different contributions question a necessary reformation of artists’ and art educators’ education. The focus is on a changing art education that gives priority to the artistic subject.
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Imaginäres Hotel; IGBK (ed.) / Joachim Kettel, Bonn 1994
 
The catalogue documents the international artists’ symposium ‚Imaginäres Hotel’ at the area of the former Buntgarnwerke in Leipzig-Plagwitz in 1994. In the run-up to the construction work 12 artists form 6 countries were invited to set up an imaginary hotel room. The catalogue shows works by Helen Arthur, Mathew Gibson, Wadim Kozakewitsch, Przemyslaw Kwiek, Dan Mihaltianu, Mathis Neidhart, Olaf Nicolai, Dmitrij Prigow, Marie Ponchelet, Roland Schefferski, Michaela Schweiger, Pavel Smetana and Dimitri Zhukov.
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Erde Zeichen Erde (catalogue); IGBK (ed.) Bonn 1993 - out of print
Erde Zeichen Erde (text book); IGBK (ed.), Bonn 1993
 
The publication documents the European artists’ symposium ‚Erde - Zeichen - Erde’ 1992 in Güstrow (Germany). 33 artists from 24 countries investigated the topic earth - sign - earth and generated artistic approaches that are presented in the catalogue and the complementing text book.
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Künstleraustausch; IGBK (ed.), Bonn 1989
 
The publication gives an overview of international artist exchange initiatives in Germany throughout the eighties. Artist exchange is understood as international contacts and joint working of artists in workshops, symposia and residencies. Presented are activities and approaches of artists, institutions and networks in Germany.
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Wasser; IGBK (ed.), Bonn 1986 - out of print
 
In 1986 IGBK initiated an open call for artistic projects on the topic ‘water’. The resulting activities – exhibitions, workshops, installation etc that were realised during the course of the year throughout Germany are documented in this catalogue.