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Literature - MusicMarch 27, 2019
From the books to the desert

The revolutionary Beat generation is the inspiration behind this festival combining live music, DJ sets and literary encounters from March 28 to 31.

Literature - ArtJuly 06, 2018
The hybridity of creativity

Australia-based Evi O is inspired by Japan, people and just about everything colourful. Art and publishing? Who said they have to be different anyway.

Literature - ArtJune 12, 2018
Print isn’t dead

Cofounders of the art book fair, Eveline Wüthrich and Johannes Willi, discuss their favourite books, solo artistic practices, and the power of collaboration.

Literature - ArtMay 24, 2018
A pop alphabet against injustice

Political activist, radical teacher, pop artist… and a nun? Sister Corita’s kaleidoscopic prints were hardly quiet. You can see for yourself this June.

Literature - MagsMay 04, 2018
A year for celebration

Welcome to the party: it’s the festival’s 10th anniversary! From May 4 to 6, visit the HKW and attend book presentations, conferences, and poetry readings.

Literature - ArtMarch 12, 2018
Paper still matters

From March 16 to 18, discover the best art, photo and design publications at the National Gallery of Victoria while participating in workshops and talks.

Literature - PhotographyJuly 19, 2017
Double photographic trouble

The two LA based photographers Lark Foord and TJ Tambellini have collaborated on this artist book displaying their shared visual and design language.

Literature - PhotographyJune 26, 2017
Portraying a sex-doll’s desires

“My name is Judy and to the world, I am known as the blow-up sex-doll.” The self-taught photographer takes us through an odd journey of self-discovery.

Literature - PhotographyMay 11, 2017
Merman: a queer boating voyage

Pushing a boat and the boundaries of queer and identity, García del Castillo travelled through canals and genders with Steev Lemercier, a cat, and a dog.

LiteratureNovember 16, 2016
Poetry is not dead

We have a talk with this British poet: as long as humans use language, there will be poetry, which from his view is a way of putting things in a beautiful way.

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