Joachim Schmid

One Thousand Books

Posted in Publications, Talks by JS on April 7, 2014

One Thousand Books

I am pleased to participate in the One Thousand Books festival in Copenhagen, April 10–13, 2014.
“Twenty-eight independent publishers from all of Northern Europe meet up in a supermarket in Copenhagen to sell books, greet their audience face to face and to share ideas and strategies with one another. The isles of the supermarket act as a visual and conceptual backdrop as the art books are sold alongside everyday groceries, to bibliophiles and the unexpecting shopper alike.”
Talks by David Senior, Jacob Fabricius, Erik Kessels & Paul Kooiker, Thomas Hvid Kromann, and Joachim Schmid.

miart 2014

Posted in Exhibitions by JS on March 23, 2014

My work will be presented by P420 Arte Contemporanea at Miart in Milan, March 28–30, 2014.

Talk in San Francisco

Posted in Talks by JS on March 9, 2014

By invitation of PhotoAlliance, I’ll be talking about my work at San Francisco Art Institute on Friday, 14 March.

Exhibition in Thun

Posted in Exhibitions by JS on February 10, 2014

A remix of the exhibition We Fragment, Collect and Narrate that was originally presented at Cultuurcentrum Mechelen will open at Kunstmuseum Thun this week.


Curated by Sayoko Nakahara, Petra Giezendanner and Helen Hirsch

Artists: Pawel Althamer, Francis Baudevin, Carol Bove, Marcel Broodthaers, Davide Cascio, Jeremy Deller, Diana Dodson, Haris Epaminonda, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Hans Gerber, Ingo Giezendanner, Felix Gmelin, Monica Ursina Jäger, Hella Jongerius, Scott King, Reto Leibundgut, Christian Marclay, Josephine Meckseper, Chantal Michel, Claudia & Julia Müller, Sarah Ortmeyer, Man Ray, Giacomo Santiago Rogado, Lorenzo Salafia, Joachim Schmid, Fridel Sonderegger, Dominik Stauch, Joëlle Tuerlinckx

Exhibition: February 15th – April 27th, 2014
Opening: February 14th at 6.30 pm

Printed Web #1

Posted in Publications by JS on January 25, 2014

Printed Web #1

Printed Web #1 with contributions by Hito Steyerl, Joachim Schmid, Penelope Umbrico, Christian Bök, Clement Valla, Kenneth Goldsmith, David Horvitz, Chris Alexander, Mishka Henner, &amp and Benjamin Shaykin will be launched at Printed Matter’s LA Art Book Fair.

Exhibition in Pessac

Posted in Exhibitions by JS on January 21, 2014

L’Eclipse de la figure

Les arts au mur – Artothèque à Pessac

Artists: Philippe Bazin, Victor Burgin, Serge Comte, Philippe Fangeaux, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Lee Friedlander, Paolo Gioli, Laurent Kropf, Pierre Labat, Lilly Lulay, Duane Michals, Kyoko Nagashima, Roman Opalka, Dennis Oppenheim, Jacques Perconte, Leila Sadel, Joachim Schmid, Roman Signer, Julien Tiberi

Exhibition: 24 January – 3 April, 2014
Opening: Thursday, January 23rd at 6 pm

Artefiera Bologna

Posted in Exhibitions by JS on January 20, 2014

Artefiera

My work will be presented by P420 Arte Contemporanea at Artefiera, the international fair of modern and contemporary art in Bologna, January 24–27, 2014.

Steuerfreies Einkommen 2013

Posted in Publications by JS on January 13, 2014

Steuerfreie Einkünfte 5

The annual report of my tax-free income in 2013 is available now as a print-on-demand book, either through my shop or directly at the printer’s online bookstore.

Interview on Photoparley

Posted in Criticism + Publicity by JS on December 12, 2013

An interview by Sharon Boothroyd is online now on her site Photoparley.

Digital Books

Posted in Publications by JS on December 10, 2013

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Two of my latest publications, The ABC of Popular Desire and X Marks the Spot are now available in digital form. This is the start of a partnership with Visual Maniac, a Madrid based company that makes digital versions of books and magazines on visual culture available. Click the button above to browse the company’s catalog. More digital versions of my books will become available in future.

A limited number of free trials are available for interested collectors. Please email for your personal voucher code. First come, first serve. Please indicate which book you are interested in.

(Note: Digital versions of books are of course not books but digital versions of books. Neither eBooks nor iBooks nor digital books are appropriate names for digital files based on books. As long as we don’t have a better name I’ll call them digital books.)

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