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September 14, 2017

Friends with Books

Friends with Books

22.–24. September 2017

Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin
Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
Invalidenstraße 50–51
10557 Berlin
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September 11, 2017

Christine Turnauer presents her new book “The Dignity of the Gypsies”

Christine Turnauer presents her new book “The Dignity of the Gypsies”

Thursday, September 21st, 2017
From 7:30 pm
Bücherbogen at Savignyplatz
Stadtbahnbogen 593
10623 Berlin, Germany
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September 8, 2017

Hatje Cantz is giving away a Neo Rauch monograph, DVD, and bag

Hatje Cantz is giving away a Neo Rauch monograph, DVD, and bag

Neo Rauch fans can win two deluxe packages containing the DVD “Neo Rauch – Gefährten und Begleiter,” which will be released in Germany today, the monograph “Neo Rauch – Begleiter,” and a bag created using the material from the original premiere poster. Details »

August 16, 2017

 One chance to be Wolfgang Tillmans

One chance to be Wolfgang Tillmans

Did you know? On August 13th the #wolfgangtillmansassignment began—the photo competition that challenges instagrammers to post photographs as a tribute to Wolfgang Tillmans. Participation is worthwhile because the most compelling photos will be awarded with our exhibition catalogue and a goodie bag. Details »

August 1, 2017

Maxime Ballesteros' Book Launch in pictures

Maxime Ballesteros' Book Launch in pictures

Hatje Cantz recently celebrated the release of Maxime Ballesteros's first photo book. The popular photographer is known for his work with fashion and lifestyle magazines such as Purple, Numéro, Vice, and 032c.  Details »

Fotoblog September 2017

New Publications

Autumn 2017: Discover unusual and artistic books about art, photography, and architecture

Interview

Interview with Volker Staab

Volker Staab makes room for art: the Berlin-based architect helps water flow through walls, loves installations beneath staircases, and hates the tyranny of industrial norms. Above all, Staab is known for his museum buildings, from Nuremberg to Ahrenshoop, as well as for the sensitive way he embeds the buildings in their often historical surroundings. More »

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