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Copyright Bookshop Ghent
- 2023Artist Joëlle Dubois brings Girl Power and colour in the windows of Copyright Bookshop Ghent
- 2022Karien Vandekerkhove ‘Dear Light, dearest dearest Light: book presentation and window
- 2022Ria Bosman Selected Works 1978-2021: Book presentation and installation
- 2022Artist Celina Vleugels shows her filt works in the window of Copyright Bookshop Ghent
- 2022Artist Shirley Villavicencio Pizango in Copyright Bookshop Ghent
- 2020City festival 9000 BOOKS in collaboration with Publisher MER: contributions by artists Kris Martin, Koen van den Broek, Tim Onderbeke and Louisa Maria Ponseele in Copyright Bookshop Gent
- 1991Kurt Ryslavy. Preview of his book ‘One Fucking Move’
- 1983First Copyright Bookshop in Ghent
- 1984Gewad,Ghent, Centre for Contemporary Art
- 1985Exhibition Patrick Van Caeckenbergh ‘A Pied d’Oeuvre’
- 1986Ghent, Jakobijnenstraat 8
- 1992Refurbishment of the Ghent Copyright Bookshop by architect Christian Kieckens
- 1986‘Architecture is …’ A Mail-Art project by Johan Van Geluwe
- 1988‘The Manipulator’ and ‘Code’
- 1989El Lissitzky: pioneer of the Russian Avant-garde
- 1988Eileen Gray and ‘l’architettura e anchè donna’
- 1992‘La Bibliothèque Imaginaire’
- 1991Exhibition ‘Il sentimento Italiano’
El Lissitzky: pioneer of the Russian Avant-garde
Highlights of this exhibition were Lissitzky’s furniture (brought back into production by the German company Tecta) and his abstract, typographical children’s story ‘From Two Quadrants’ (1920). Sadly, the reprint of the book by the Ghent publisher Danny Dobbelaere has not been available for a very long time.
We also showed the prints from the republished graphics portfolio ‘Sieg Über die Sonne’ (Walther König).
They are the designs Lissitzky produced in 1923 for the constructivist opera ‘Victory over the Sun’ by Alexei Kruchenyk, the inventor of the nonsense rhyme and the key figure in avant-garde poetry in Russia in the 1920s. Malevich had already designed a first version of this electromechanical show in 1920.
Recensie in “De Morgen”, met foto van het bureau ontworpen door El Lissitzky
Bladen uit de map ‘Sieg Ueber die Sonne’.