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    14 – 16.04.2017 • third edition
Index Art Book Fair at Museo Jumex,
Mexico City, Mexico
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In collaboration with Fundación Jumex Arte Contemporáneo and as part of the public program of the exhibition Ulises Carrión. Dear Reader. Dont Read, Index Art Book Fair presents Spoken Word Gallery by Tania Pérez Córdoba and Francesco Pedraglio, an ephemeral exhibition developed in the museums facilities using spoken language as the main medium. This project will be presented on Friday, April 14 at ‬11 AM. Also on Saturday, April 15 at 4 PM in the lobby of the museum Raul Marroquín and Juan A. Aguis, both contemporaries of Carrión, will be talking about his work and the canon of artists books in Mexico.


friday april 14, 2017
JUAN DE LA COSA: SPOKEN WORD GALLERY
SPOKEN WORD GALLERY (02) presents: Algo en el camino: Una retrospectiva de la artista Lucy Pawlak
Spoken Word Gallery is a project by Juan de la Cosa / John of the Thing. With no physical objects and no use of images, the Spoken Word Gallery presents a program of exhibitions made entirely by spoken language.
Algo en el camino:
Una retrospectiva de la artista Lucy Pawlak
1.  Habrá 10 puntos.
2.  Cada punto formando un nuevo presente.
3.  El mundo se reorganizará alrededor de cada nuevo presente.
4.  El Presante presionando sobre nosotros,
5.  Algo caído,
6.  Derramado,
7.  Olvidado,
8.  Deshecho… no puedo mirarte directo al ojo… Bueno, los accidentes suceden…
9.  POW! WHAM! KERR-THWAK!
10. Y de pronto un destello repentino de luces negras mientras la cabeza voltea y retrocede y un cerebro impacta contra la parte trasera de un craneo.

+info: johnofthething.net.

 

Thursday april 15, 2017, 1 PM
READINGS
Coreography, Paul Becker
Flores para los muertos [Flowers for the Deads] Luis Felipe Fabre

Paul Becker (Windsor, Great Britain, 1967)
Artist, writer and professor. His solo exhibitions includes New Painting, Drop City, Newcastle (2015); The Cat, Carpeted, Le Salon, Brussels (2012); Noble Prince Of The Royal Mysteries, Vane Gallery, Newcastle (2008); Fontanelle, Transition Gallery, London (2005) and Chapter Gallery, Cardiff (2003). He has been exhibited too in collective surveys, as: The Decorator & the Thief, Northern Gallery of Contemporary Art, Sunderland (2015); The Imaginary Archive, Whitechapel Gallery, London (2015); When I Was Young I Never Needed Anyone, MAUVE, Vienna (2014); Auto Italia Live, ICA, London (2013); Sincerely how am I talking?, Hollybush Gardens, London (2012). Becker is copublisher of the book Cadavere Quotidiano (X-TRA Publishing, Los Angeles, 2014) and he cofounded Drop City in Newcastle.

Luis Felipe Fabre (Mexico City, 1974)
Poet, writer and publisher based in Mexico City. He has written Leyendo agujeros. Ensayos sobre (des)escritura, antiescritura y no escritura (2005), Cabaret Provenza (2007), La sodomía en la Nueva España (2010) and Poemas de terror y de misterio (2013). He has published Divino Tesoro. Muestra de nueva poesía mexicana (2008), La Edad de Oro, Antología de poesía mexicana actual (2012) and Arte & basura. Una antología poética de Mario Santiago Papasquiaro (2012).


Thursday april 15, 2017, 4 PM
CONVERSATION BETWEEN JUAN J. AGIUS AND RAÚL MARROQUÍN
Two guests, personally and professionally close to the life and work of Ulises Carrión, will share with the public impressions about the legacy of this artist, his influence and current affairs.

Juan J. Agius (Ciudad Real, Spain, 1944)
Lives and works in Geneva, Switzerland. He has been an art student in Paris, gallery owner and publisher of artist books in Amsterdam and a bookseller specializing in the latest avant-gardes in Geneva. At the moment he is in charge of the preservation and publication of the personal documents of Ulises Carrión, being the legal owner of his copyrights.

Raúl Marroquín (Bogotá, Colombia, 1947)
Media artist specialized in video since 1968. He is considered one of the pioneers of video art in Europe. His work forms part of a large number of public and private collections, such as Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam; Center Pompidou, Paris; Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid; Modern Museet, Stockholm; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Saatchi Collection London; Ludwig Collection, Germany; Bonnefanten Museum Maastricht, Germany. His work has been presented in museums in Europe, America and Asia; as well as in various institutions such as ICA, London; ICC, Antwerp; Neue Galerie, Aachen / Cologne and Chicago Art Institute.

8 Ball Community, US
Aeromoto, MX
AKV Berlin, DE
Alejandro Cartagena, MX/DO
Alias Editorial, MX
Anouk Kruithof (stresspress.biz), NL
Art Paper Editions , BE
Behind the X, UK
Books People Places, DE
Buró-Buró, MX
Casa Bosques, MX
Casa Maauad, MX
Casco Projects, NL
Diagonal Press, US
DoPe Press / PARIS, LA
Ediciones Hungría, MX
El Insulto, MX
ESPAC, MX
Esto es un libro, MX
Fivehundred Places, US
Fuck Zinez Editorial, MX
Fund. Jumex Arte Contemporáneo, MX
Gagosian Gallery, US
Gato Negro, MX
Gold Rain, MX
Harmonipan Editions, MX
I Never Read, CH
Index Architecture
Jardín Publicaciones, CO
Juan de la Cosa/John of the Thing, MX
Juice & Rispetta, CH
Lodret / Vandret, DK
Lubok Verlag, DE
MACOLEN, MX
MER. Paper Kunsthalle, BE
MONO.KULTUR, DE
Mousse Publishing, IT
NADA, CO
New Documents, CA
O Book Publisher, NL
Onomatopee, NL
OSMOS, US
Perish Publishing, CA
Pitzilein, MX
PLANA Festival, BR
Rosascape, FR
Schizm Magazine, UK
Taller de Producción Editorial, MX
Terremoto + Motto, MX/DE
The Everyday Press, UK
Vernacular Institute, UK/TW
White Fungus, TW
Yes and No Books, US

 
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credits: Laetitia Jeurissen