A magazine exhibition featuring the archives of the most engaging publications in the current sphere
A magazine exhibition featuring the archives of the most engaging publications in the current sphere. The title is taken from a text by critic Frederic J. Schwartz. His work describes 'what happened to the Bauhaus when its products went beyond the world of "theory" and discursive debate and confronted the real, non utopian capitalist economy that actually existed in Weimar Germany'. This show is presented by CMYK in the contest of "abc, art berlin contemporary". The selected issues will be on sale into a temporary bookshop that is conceived like an experimental platform to test how the art production deals with the market and its distribution rules. The CMYK and Archive Kabinett invited GRID, an art collective based in Sao Paulo and Berlin to curate the display of the exhibition.