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MONO.KLUB #51: FATIMA AL QADIRI / LONDON

Dear Friends,
last week’s launch of our new issue mono.kultur #43, featuring Kuwaiti producer and artist Fatima Al Qadiri, was so nice that we have to do it all again, this time in London. We will bring her series Bored 1997 to the walls of impossibly hip gallery space KK Outlet on Hoxton Square for two [...]

MONO.KLUB #50: FATIMA AL QADIRI POSTSCRIPT II

And for those who could not make it last Thursday, here is what you missed… All images are from Fatima Al Qadiri’s series Bored 1997, which she took in, erm, 1997, of her sister Monira Al Qadiri dressing up in their father’s clothes. 20 years later, the series was exhibited for the first time at [...]

MONO.KLUB #50: FATIMA AL QADIRI POSTSCRIPT I

Now that our heads have cleared, what remains are hazy memories of a really nice evening: thank you Fatima, thank you Between Bridges, thank you everyone who made their way out west last week for our 50th installment of mono.klub. It was nice. We’ll do it again. Next week, in fact.

MONO.KLUB #50: FATIMA AL QADIRI

Dear Friends,
the 50th edition of our esteemed mono.klub series coincides with the release of mono.kultur #43, featuring Kuwaiti producer and artist Fatima Al Qadiri. We will celebrate the occasion with an exhibition, for one night only, of Al Qadiri’s series Bored 1997 at Between Bridges on 20 April 2017.
Bored dates from 1997, when Fatima Al [...]

MONO.KLUB #49: MEG STUART

Dear Friends,
Delirious, vulnerable bodies running, stumbling, sliding from ramps, crashing into each other in full flight: our new issue mono.kultur #41 with American dancer and choreographer Meg Stuart is out now, and we partnered up with Berlin dance festival Tanz im August for a launch party at the wonderful HAU 2 in Berlin.
Please join us [...]

PUBLISHING ROUNDTABLE #05: UNCUBE

Last but certainly not least, we’re particularly proud to have digital architecture magazine Uncube join us for our roundtable discussion on independent publishing tonight. Since tablet computers appeared on the market, much has been said about the end of print and the irrresistible allure of a screen in your hands. A few years down the [...]

PUBLISHING ROUNDTABLE #04: IL PARADISO

Joining us at the last minute for tomorrow evening’s publishing roundtable is another worthy Berlin project that goes by Il Paradiso. Published annually every spring, it comes just in time for planning your summer travels – which is just as well, with Il Paradiso dedicating each issue to one country and with summer very much [...]

PUBLISHING ROUNDTABLE #03: FLANEUR

Flaneur magazine came out of nowhere (Berlin, that is) and turned out to be one of the great editorial surprises in recent years, and very successfully so. Their concept is downright minimalistic: every issue explores not just a city, but a specific street within a city – from Kantstrasse in Berlin for their debut issue [...]

PUBLISHING ROUNDTABLE #02: CEE CEE

Berliners who have any interest whatsoever in what’s going in our favourite city will be no strangers to Cee Cee – the weekly newsletter offering a handpicked selection of things to do and see, from bars and restaurants to events and hidden gems and curiosities. Initially started by journalist Nina Trippel and graphic designer Sven [...]

PUBLISHING ROUNDTABLE #01: BERLIN QUARTERLY

We’ve gathered some of the finest magazine projects to come out of Berlin during the past ten years for a casual talk on independent publishing this Friday, which we’ll introduce in a little more detail over the next few days.
Berlin Quarterly we mentioned before, and we’re happy to mention them again – more of an [...]