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October 17, 2020

Max Kersting at Literatur Moths Munich

Max Kersting at Literatur Moths Munich

On Saturday, October 24th, Max Kersting will personally read selected pages from his new book in the Séparée (...well, actually it’s the office of the book store Literatur Moths), and will write a unique short story in your personal copy. Weather permitting, the event will take place on the bench in front of the store! Details »

October 14, 2020

Autumn of Photography

Autumn of Photography

This year, autumn is also dedicated to photography. On October 14 we will start our fall campaign with the #WorldPhotobookDay. We have reduced the prices of eleven wonderful photo books for you by up to 50%! Details »

October 7, 2020

Frankfurt in Berlin

Frankfurt in Berlin

Celebrate the art book with us! We need art more than ever right now.

Unfortunately, the coronavirus pandemic in 2020 will not stop at the Frankfurt Book Fair. So that nobody has to do without our books, we have thought it over and decided: if we don't go to Frankfurt, we'll bring Frankfurt to Berlin, both live and digitally!

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June 23, 2020

A Fresh Breeze from the North in Berlin

A Fresh Breeze from the North in Berlin

Persons Projects | Helsinki School is proud to present the group exhibition The Helsinki School – The Nature of Being. This show will be accompanied with the latest Hatje Cantz publication from The Helsinki School series Vol. 6. Details »

June 16, 2020

Kristian Schuller at the Geistesblüten Bookstore

Kristian Schuller at the Geistesblüten Bookstore

Works from Kristian Schuller's book Anton's Berlin will be on display at the Geistesblüten bookstore starting on June 25, 2020.
On the evening of the opening, readers will have the opportunity to have their personal copies signed by the artist himself. Details »

Spring 2021 Preview

Discover extraordinary books about art, photography, and architecture

Vorschau Spring 2021

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Interview with Kristian Ly Serena and Dominique Hauderowicz

Public space too often excludes senior citizens, say Kristian Ly Serena and Dominique Hauderowicz, two young architects from Denmark. The ideas in their book, Age Inclusive Public Space – from Mini-Parks to Japanese Waterways, prove that it can be done better. More »


Interview with Alastair Philip Wiper

The photographer Alastair Philip Wiper is not only celebrating the human ingenuity in his new book. His photographs also show us where we are going wrong in the world, symbols of overconsumption and the negative aspects of capitalism. More »

Jan Scheffler

Interview with Jan Scheffler

Jan Scheffler captures the light and vastness of the north in his photographs. In a conversation with Deutschlandfunk Kultur he talks about the title of his book, which isn’t as surprising as it might seem at first, and how he goes on the hunt for the endangered beauties of nature. More »

Fotoblogger Aktuell EN

Portrait of the Artist

Sean Scully is considered one of the most prominent painters of our time, and hardly any other painter has pursued the exploration of contemporary abstract painting as he has. And yet, his art is rooted in figurative painting.

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