PUBLICATIONS

Exhibition Catalogue THE SAME RIVER TWICE: CONTEMPORARY ART IN ATHENS Published on the occasion of the 2019 exhibition "The Same River Twice," this catalogue offers a portrait of a city with an artistic dynamism that continues to unfold as artists seek new models for creative output and exchange. Available at the Benaki Museum, Pireos St. and at Artbook|D.A.P. Artist Book, Exhibition Catalogue DAVID SHRIGLEY: GOAT MUSIC "Goat Music" is the documentation for David Shrigley’s film, "Laughterhouse", about goats whose cries sound like humans. Comprising a picture disc and an artist's book, "Goat Music" includes recordings of the goats in the film as well as the soundtrack Shrigley composed to accompany the opening performance in Hydra. Available at Artbook|D.A.P. and Walther Koenig Art Publication, Exhibition Catalogue KARA WALKER: FIGA Kara Walker’s "Figa", a sculpture monumental in size and symbol once a part of Walker’s 2014 installation "A Subtlety" at the Domino Sugar Refinery in Brooklyn, was installed at DESTE’s Hydra Slaughterhouse in 2017. In making a return to the site of the Sugar Factory work and the work’s progeny in Hydra, this book offers critical insight on "A Subtlety" and "Figa". Available at Artbook|D.A.P. Art Publication Hans Ulrich Obrist: The Athens Dialogues Colored by digital technology, international conflict, domestic life, and more, twelve artists and an architect engage in conversation with Hans Ulrich Obrist, challenging history’s defining notions and offering diverse accounts of how the present is imagined in relation to the past. Available at Walther Koenig and Artbook|D.A.P. Exhibition Catalogue Ametria This book offers critical insight into the monumental exhibition "Ametria" conceptualized by Italian artist Roberto Cuoghi, combining pieces from the Dakis Joannou Collection with artifacts from the Benaki Museum in Athens to create a labyrinth of contemporary artworks and historical objects. Available at Artbook|D.A.P. Art Publication 2000 Words: Kerstin Brätsch Often producing artwork under various pseudonyms and fictional corporations, Kerstin Brätsch considers how the overlap between means of production and communication may alter our interpretations of images. This latest volume from the "2000 Words" series, includes an essay by Massmiliano Gioni that examines Brätsch’s profound engagements with the contemporary social lives of images. Available at Artbook|D.A.P.