6 July: EDIT10N TAUBE PICNIC WORLDTOUR, Chantal Rens & Fucking Good Art & Launch of Hoe je boeken steelt by David Horvitz

Saturday 6 July, 4PM – 8 PM

Location will be announced soon.

3PM Meet-up at PrintRoom, Schietbaanstraat 17, Rotterdam

The EDIT1ON TAUBE PICNIC WORLD TOUR comes to Rotterdam! To celebrate their 10 year anniversary Edition Taube has gone on tour to organize 10 casual, open-air events with publishers and artists around the world. Now they come to Rotterdam to hang out with us. Picnic blankets mark the spot, one of which is created especially for this Rotterdam picnic by Chantal Rens, who will also join the picnic.

Fucking Good Art editors Nienke Terpsma and Rob Hamelijnck present their latest issue, International Edition: Zurich, What life could be and the ambivalence of success, which revisits and continues the Swiss Issue made during the onset of the economical crisis in 2008.
FGA #38 picks up questions they asked then: What could life be, and what can art contribute to it? It reads as an oral history about time and place, living as an artist, being contemporaries, and sharing a timeframe with specific problems and enchantments.

***A picnic is the most flexible form of organized celebration. Place, duration and participants remain uncontrollable and open until the last moment.***

How to Shoplift Books / Hoe je boeken steelt by David Horvitz

On this occasion PrintRoom and Edition Taube will launch Hoe je boeken steelt, the latest, revised version of David Horvitz’s How to Shoplift Books, translated by Erica van Loon. This practical, inventive and funny guide for the aspiring bibliophile-kleptomaniac was originally published in 2013. This year Edition Taube is dedicated to translate it into 20 different languages by collaborating with other publishing houses and organisations.

For ‘Hoe je boeken steelt’, we’ve adapted some of the original stealing, robbing and looting techniques to the Dutch context. It’s probably the last book you’ll buy. The book will be available during the picnic (price: €9,99, a steal in itself).

 

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