WALTER X IN THE PURSUIT OF...
IN THE PURSUIT OF... invited WALTER to carefully curate books for specific exhibitions. WALTER searches for books that directly or indirectly relate to the topic of the show, the presented works and practices of the participating artists. This provides visitors to get more familiar with the topic on a different level, and of course the possibility to continue reading and do more research on the topic.
Books will be available at the openings of each exhibition; so do not forget your wallet!
Here below you can find more information on the selections that WALTER made.
Selections for Disruptive Voices
1. EXTRASTATECRAFT: THE POWER OF INFRASTRUCTURE SPACE by Keller Easterling
2. RADICAL CITIES ACROSS LATIN AMERICA IN SEARCH OF A NEW ARCHITECTURE by Justin McGuirk
3. BOOK OF DISSENT, edited by Andrew Hsiao and Audrea Lim
4. DIRECT ACTION: PROTEST AND THE REINVENTION OF AMERICAN RADICALISM by L.A. Kauffman
5. FREEDOM IS A CONSTANT STRUGGLE by Angela Y. Davis
6. WHAT’S THE USE? CONSTELLATIONS OF ART, HISTORY AND KNOWLEDGE, edited by Nick Aikens, Thomas Lange, Jorinde Seijdel and Steven ten Thije
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WALTER is a small bookstore in Arnhem with a preference for extraordinary books. Here, you will find books that are at the crossroads of literature, art, philosophy, politics and society. From modern novels by new literary heroes to art publications printed in limited editions, their selection cannot be pigeon-holed easily. That’s the way they like it.
From this creative homebase, graphic designer Corine van der Wal and programme director Krista Jantowski make their own publications, organize lectures and debates and select extraordinary books. They regularly curate a selection of books for festivals, art exhibitions or debate events, in Arnhem or beyond. Something about a mountain and Muhammad.
Check out: http://www.walterinarnhem.nl
Van Oldenbarneveltstraat 63-A
IN THE PURSUIT OF… is the year program of the Expoplu that (re)thinks our personal position towards the issues and challenges of the 21st century.
Thu: 17:00 - 20:00
Fri: 17:00 - 20:00
Sat: 13:00 - 17:00
Sun: 13:00 - 17:00