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Copyright Bookshop Ghent
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- 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’
‘The Manipulator’ and ‘Code’
‘The Manipulator’ was unarguably the world’s largest and trendiest coffee-table magazine. Measuring 50 × 70 cm, you needed both arms to hold it.
As the title suggests, the content was also uninhibited. Huge photographs, hyper-stylized advertisements, form as the starting point. We showed the 13 issues which had appeared every three months until then (photos 2 and 3).
‘Code’ was founded by a number of artists associated with the Amsterdam gallery ‘The Living Room’.
The magazine had a limited circulation of 450 copies and appeared three times a year from 1987. A signed silk-screen print by huge names like Dokoupil, René Daniels, Günther Förg and Rob Scholte was placed in the middle of each magazine. We showed the complete collection (photos 4 and 5)