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Anniversary exhibition "Dritte", Kunstverein Pfaffenhofen

7.30 pm Exhibition opening, Kunstverein Pfaffenhofen

Participating artists: Philipp Brosche, Sebastian Daschner, Benedikt Hipp, Norbert Käs, Herbert Klee, Sebastian Klein, Gottfried Müller, Christoph Ruckhäberle, Reiner Schlamp, Heribert Wasshuber

Can be seen until May 21, 2018.

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Printjam Exhibition, Kommunale Galerie, Berlin

7 pm Opening of the exhibition Printjam at Kommunale Galerie Berlin

with Ronald De Bloeme, Wernher Bouwens, Christoph Ruckhäberle, Thomas Siemon, Edouard Wolton

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Pop Up Art Book Fair, Proyectos Monclova, Mexico DF

March 31 - April 1, 2018 Lubok Books at the Pop Up Artist Book Fair at gallery Proyectos Monclova, Mexico DF

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It's a book, Academy of Visual Arts, Leipzig

12 to 9 pm Lubok Verlag at Independent Publishing Fair "It's a book" at the atrium of Academy of Visual Arts Leipzig

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Gaudiopolis - Attempts at a Joyful Society, Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst, Leipzig

March 9 - July 1, 2018 Group exhibition Gaudiopolis, Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst, Leipzig
Participating artists: Gabo Camnitzer, Uta Eisenreich, Alia Farid, Finger, Binelde Hyrcan, Bernd Krauß, Manuel Pelmus, Christoph Ruckhäberle, Javier Tellez, Mona Vatamanu & Florin Tudor, Architecture Uncomfortable, Anna Vovan, Anna Witt

Gaudiopolis (1945–1950), the „City of Joy” was a Children’s Republic founded in the aftermath of WW2 in Budapest by Lutheran pastor Gábor Sztehlo. His orphanage provided shelter and home for hundreds of children who lost their parents to the war, regardless of their religion, social background or nationality. Children dwellers of the “City of Joy” formed their own government, elected their representatives and adopted laws to apply to everybody (including their teachers). This community set out to learn democracy anew and, eliminating all social barriers in the spirit of Christ’s gospel, to educate children to become “independent, self-conscious, practically trained and theoretically qualified citizens striving for a better self-understanding and self-criticism”. A realized utopia, it functioned in the spirit of hope, trust, compassion, generosity, responsibility, perseverance, courage, and care.

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31. Deutsch-Niederländische Grafikbörse, Borken

March 2 - 4, 2018 Small selection of Lubok Books at the print and editions fair in Borken (presented by Edition carpe plumbum/ Thomas Siemon)

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Group exhibition, Immer Ärger mit den Großeltern, Kunsthaus Dresden

February 15, 2018 Opening of the group exhibition Immer Ärger mit den Großeltern at Kunsthaus Dresden

The exhibition presents among other works Ute Richter's newspaper project "Der 15. Januar 1919 war ein Mittwoch".
Can be seen until May 21, 2018.

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Fruit Independent Publishing Fair, Bologna

February 2 - 4, 2018 Lubok Verlag at Independent Publishing Festival Fruit Exhibition, Bologna

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Exhibition Christoph Ruckhäberle & César, Sorry we're closed, Brüssel

6 pm Opening of the exhibition Christoph Ruckhäberle & César, Sorry We're Closed, Brussels

Can be seen until  March 10, 2018.

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Ute Richter, Artist book presentation, mzin, Leipzig

8 pm Presentation of the artist book "Der 15. Januar 1919 war ein Mittwoch" at mzin, Kolonnadenstraße 20, Leipzig

Ute Richter - Der 15. Januar 1919 war ein Mittwoch
Artist book in newspaper format with black and white figures in web offset print, designed by Kay Bachmann
with texts by Dietmar Dath and Britt Schlehahn (german)

The newspaper consists of 9 posters by artist Ute Richter and the text „Vorkriegslogik oder Rosa Luxemburg trifft Stanislaw Lesniewski“ by Dietmar Dath.

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Lubok edition by Christoph Ruckhäberle now also at Ampersand, Portland

8 different motives, multi-coloured linocuts, format 70x100 cm, edition 100, signed and numbered, each 300 EUR

Arisen out of the artist's wall paper for the Exhibition "Christoph Ruckhäberle - Volkskunst Fabrik" at Städtische Galerie Delmenhorst from 18/5 until 6/8/2017.

Can now also be purchased at Ampersand Gallery & Fine Books, Portland.

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