Skip to content


Dear Friends,

we are pleased to announce our first ever retrospective exhibition of sorts, on the funky Chinatown premises of Kessels Kramer Gallery Los Angeles, in collaboration with Georgiev & Trinder Curatorial, to open this Saturday, November 1st. As we are approaching our first decade with our adventure called mono.kultur, we embraced the invitation as a great opportunity to share some of the ups and downs of independent publishing.

We treat every issue of mono.kultur as a portrait of a given artist, expressed in that careful balance of words, images and design. And whilst every good portrait should be primarily about the portrayed and not about the creator, this exhibition, for once, reveals some of the ideas and efforts that constitute our ongoing dialogue in print. On display will be selected examples of our experiments in pushing the boundaries of what a magazine can be, and how content, design and production interact to form an ever-changing, meaningful dialogue. The space will also have a large reading table with all 37 issues to date on display.

If in Los Angeles, please say hello at the opening, or drop by at any other time. We look forward to seeing you there.



mono.kultur : Dialogues in Print
A Retrospective Exhibition & Reading Room

Opening Reception: Saturday, November 1st, 7pm – 10pm
November 01-29, 2014
Opening Hours: Thursday-Saturday, 1-6pm

Kessels Kramer Gallery Los Angeles
963 Chung King Road
Los Angeles, CA 90012

A Project by Georgiev & Trinder Curatorial

3 Trackbacks/Pingbacks

  1. here & now › MONO.KLUB #44: A DIALOGUE ON PRINT on Wednesday, October 29, 2014 at 20:35

    [...] a little warm-up for Saturday’s grand opening of our first ever retrospective exhibition in the sunny lands of Los Angeles, we will host an informal evening talk on the rooftop terrace of [...]

  2. here & now › FINISHING TOUCHES on Sunday, November 2, 2014 at 00:57

    [...] in a few hours: our first ever retrospective exhibition, Dialogues in Print, in Chinatown, Los Angeles. This was written by kvr. Posted on Sunday, November 2, 2014, at [...]

  3. here & now › STORE OF THE MONTH: SKYLIGHT BOOKS / LOS ANGELES on Thursday, November 20, 2014 at 14:17

    [...] preparing and opening our exhibition in Los Angeles, we naturally had to visit the local art book stores, amongst them the rather wonderful Skylight [...]