release: 11 january 2017
françoise jaunin,
la chute d'eau, le lac et le plus petit musée du monde

conversation avec caroline bachmann et stefan banz

français; 21 x 14,8 cm, 70 pages, 34 images en couleur, paperback, art&fiction, lausanne, isbn: 978-2-940570-20-1, CHF 22.50 / € 18. publication éditée dans le cadre des rencontres arts et sciences de l'espace chuv. postface de caroline de watteville.

dans leur maison de cully, presque à l'à pic de la chute d'eau du forestay qui constitue l'arrière-plan de l'ultime chef-d’œuvre de marcel duchamp « étant donnés : 1° la chute d'eau, 2° le gaz d'éclairage… », caroline bachmann et stefan banz racontent leurs parcours de vie et d’œuvre, leurs projets et recherches à deux ou quatre mains autour de l'inventeur du ready-made. au cours de cette conversation menée par françoise jaunin, le couple de fervents duchampiens rappelle l'enquête au terme de laquelle l' « inspecteur » banz a découvert que ladite chute d'eau est celle-là même qui coule au-dessus du lieu où il venait de s'installer. le duo commente à deux voix la somptueuse suite photographique à la fois conceptuelle et sensible qu'il a dédiée à ce léman qui « à chaque heure, change de robe », comme le disait duchamp sans l'avoir jamais peint alors que tant d'autres, de turner à hodler, l'ont fait. retrace l'histoire du plus petit musée du monde – la kunsthalle marcel duchamp ou kmd – qu'il a créé en 2009 à côté de chez lui toujours en hommage au créateur de la « boîte-en-valise » contenant tout son œuvre en miniature, et qui d'aldo walker à ai weiwei présente un vrai programme de grand musée. et évoque ses écrits, ses credos artistiques et ses philosophes de chevet.

caroline de watteville

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release: 5 december 2016
stefan banz,
aldo walker : logotyp

en gardant un œil sur marcel duchamp et william copley

en collaboration avec le mamco, genève

français; 14 x 10,5 cm, 232 pages, 87 images en couleur et en noir et blanc, couverture rigide, entoilée, dos plat, €20.00
isbn : 978-3-903131-69-9 (verlag für moderne kunst, www.vfmk.de); 978-2-84066-481-9 (les presses du réel, www.lespressesdureel.com).

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release: 14 may 2016
stefan banz, louis michel eilshemius und sein einfluss auf marcel duchamp


mit einem vorwort von / with a foreword by ugo rondinone
kmd – kunsthalle marcel duchamp | the forestay museum of art, cully/verlag für moderne kunst, wien


deutsch; 288 seiten; 22 x 16,5 cm; fester einband; mit 161 abbildungen (die meisten in farbe), 35 euro, isbn 978-3-903131-12-5
german; 288 pages; 8 11/16 x 6 1/2 inches; hardcover; with 161 illustrations (most of them in color), 35 euro, isbn 978-3-903131-12-5

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dieses buch ist eine kleinere deutsche version (ohne die "collected documents", aber mit neuen erkenntnissen) der umfassenden englischen publikation stefan banz, eilshemius: peer of poet-painters (siehe weiter unten).


marcel duchamp war 1917 in der ersten ausstellung der ­society of independent artists im grand central palace in new york so fasziniert von louis michel eilshemius’ gemälden, dass er nicht nur all seinen freunden von seiner entdeckung erzählte, sondern später zusammen mit katherine s. dreier auch die beiden ersten einzelausstellungen des künstlers in einer öffentlichen institution — der inzwischen legendären société anonyme — organisierte.
stefan banz geht in seiner umfassend recherchierten und span­nend geschriebenen studie zum ersten mal der frage nach, warum duchamp sich so leidenschaftlich für diesen exzentrischen aussenseiter der new yorker kunstszene interessierte und inwiefern diese begeisterung auch seine eigene künstlerische arbeit beeinflusste.
dabei macht banz erstaunliche entdeckungen, die nicht nur unter­strei­chen, wie grossartig, aber unterschätzt eilshemius war, sondern auch wie nachhaltig sich duchamp von diesem unbekannten künstler bei so berühmten werken wie élevage de poussière oder étant donnés inspirieren liess.
die 2015 erschienene englische ausgabe (ergänzt um bis­­her unbekannte leserbriefe und dokumente von und über louis michel eilshemius) war in den usa ein gros­ses ereignis und erhielt den rollins book award 2016, den eric hoffer book award 2016 und war 2016 auch für den jan michalski preis für literatur nominiert.


this publication is a smaller german version (without the "collected documents," but with new evidence) of the comprehensive english volume stefan banz, eilshemius: peer of poet-painters (see below).

in 1917, at the first exhibition of the society of independent artists at the grand central palace in new york, marcel duchamp was so fascinated by the paintings of louis michel eilshemius that he not only told all his friends about his discovery but also organized, some time later and together with katherine s. dreier, eilshemius’s first two solo exhibitions in a public institution—the meanwhile legendary société anonyme.  

in his comprehensively researched and excitingly written study, stefan banz examines the question—and is the first author ever to have done so—as to why duchamp was so passionately interested in this eccentric outsider of the new york art scene and as to whether and to what extent this enthusiasm also had an influence on his own work as an artist.
stefan banz’s researches uncover astonishing facts that not only underscore how great and underestimated eilshemius was but also how strongly duchamp had been influenced by this relatively unknown artist when creating such famous works as his élevage de poussière or étant donnés.  
the english edition published in 2015 (complemented by hitherto unknown readers’ letters and documents by and about louis michel eilshemius) was a great success in the usa and received the 2016 rollins book award, the 2016 eric hoffer book award, and was short listed for the 2016 jan michalski prize for literature.

louis michel eilshemius, three nudes, ca. 1909–13, oil on board, 21.6 x 44.8 cm; nude by a waterfall, ca. 1920–21, oil on board, 19.7 x 25.4 cm; landscape with two waterfalls and two nudes, 1919, oil on board, 20 x 44.5 cm, all private collection.

release: 11 september 2015
stefan banz, eilshemius: peer of poet painters

collected documents, a novel of facts, by and about louis m. eilshemius, and a study of his influence on marcel duchamp
kmd – kunsthalle marcel duchamp | the forestay museum of art, cully / jrp|ringier, zurich


english; 768 pages; 529 illustrations (479 in color, 53 in black and white);
hardcover; 31 x 24 cm; us 100, euro 80.00, chf 98; isbn 978-3-03764-435-5

winner of the 2016 peter c. rollins book award, and of the 2016 eric hoffer book award. the book was also shortlisted for the 2016 jan michalski prize for literature in Switzerland.

louis michel eilshemius (1864–1941) was a fascinating outsider of the new york art scene whose entire oeuvre had remained practically unknown to the general public. not until marcel duchamp discovered him—at the age of fifty-three—in the famous first exhibition of the society of independent artists at the grand central palace in new york in 1917 did he attract the attention of the international art world.
following his discovery, duchamp and katherine s. dreier organized eilshemius’s first solo exhibitions in a public institution at the now legendary société anonyme in new york in 1920 and 1924. eilshemius’s name was suddenly on everyone’s lips: some of the most prominent art critics of the time wrote about him and some of america’s most influential collectors began to take an interest in his work. ­eilshemius himself, exhausted and frustrated by his years of failure and having grown increasingly eccentric, and perhaps also somewhat confused by the sudden change in the reception of his art, gave up painting in 1921. his works, on the other hand, received ever-greater recognition and were exhibited in the most reputable galleries of new york. thus it was that between 1932 and his death in 1941 there were more than thirty exhibitions of ­eilshemius’s work, with at one point in 1939 three shows ­running concurrently.
though today many museums in the united states and collectors of international renown possess works by eilshemius, the artist has faded into ever-greater obscurity, especially since the advent of pop and minimal art.
eilshemius perfectly exemplifies—in an age of mass-oriented biennials and art fairs—the idea of the individualist who resolutely goes his own way, one of the reasons that his work appears to us today more contemporary than ever.   
in this comprehensive book on louis m. eilshemius, stefan banz has gathered together an abundance of astonishing and hitherto unavailable and/or unknown documents, the nucleus of which are eilshemius’s countless and controversial letters to the editor that appeared in such american newspapers as the new york sun and the new york times. this correspondence allows us to not only to see his oeuvre in a new light but also to reappraise eilshemius’s art in all its intimacy and uniqueness.
in his expansive essay, stefan banz is the first to explore the question of whether and to what extent eilshemius influenced duchamp’s artistic thinking, and also whether and in what way he inspired duchamp to open new doors for twentieth-century art.
finally, this book brings together works from over seventy institutions and private collections, thus giving the reader a profound insight into the fascinating oeuvre of this unusual artist.

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new york, october 25, 2015
there is no question that your book represents a monumental achievement, one that will change the scholarship on Eilshemius and, to perhaps a somewhat lesser degree, duchamp (and I say that only because a book on eilshemius will probably not receive the same degree of circulation and readership that books on duchamp usually get). the central question that you address in your study—why did duchamp take such an interest in eilshemius?—is of great interest to me, and you’re probably right in noting that I and several subsequent colleagues have dismissed the central significance in this attraction by having dismissed the quality of the paintings. that having been said, I think duchamp’s attraction to eilshemius can be traced to the rejection of his nude descending a staircase from the salon des indépendants in 1912, an event that he said gave him “a turn.” i believe that turn was a 360-degree departure from the art world, not from art (as people mistakenly conclude), but from the hoops an artist is excepted to pass through in order to be part of it. he hated not art, but the entrenched system that existed in order for someone to survive as an artist, the judgement that had to be passed on someone’s work before it was given recognition and acceptance. he knew that eilshemius rejected that same system, and had been fighting against it for years (evidenced, in part, by his continuous barrage of letters to the newspapers). francis m. naumann

new york, september 15, 2015
HUGE congratulations! important!
way to go! jerry saltz


richmond, december 25, 2015
i am truly enjoying reading your book. congratulations! what a remarkable accomplishment this publication is. eilshemius has always needed a critical champion and you have destroyed so many myths and misconceptions, and in doing so have allowed us to see his paintings as if for the first time. as you may know, jealousy hung above my desk at the philadelphia museum of art for 15 years while i was a curator there and i still consider it eilshemius‘s greatest painting, but after your book there are so many paintings that i want to see. michael r. taylor

amsterdam, february 14, 2017
hi stefan, thank you for (your) book. it is truly a masterpiece. within a few minutes after opening it i learned things about eilshemius that i didn't know already and i thought i knew a lot.
peter schuyff

merlin james on the book, in the burlington magazine, 
april, 2016
roberta smith on the book, in the new york times,
november 27, 2015
luc debraine sur le livre, in l'hebdo (français),
september 17, 2015
katharina holderegger rossier über das buch, in: kunst-bulletin (deutsch), oktober 2015

book signing at michael rosenfeld gallery, new york, september 26, 2015 artfix daily | artforum
book launch at galerie eva presenhuber, zurich, november 20, 2015, 7 pm

further detailed information english | français

louis michel eilshemius, three nudes, ca. 1909–13, oil on board, 21.6 x 44.8 cm; nude by a waterfall, ca. 1920–21, oil on board, 19.7 x 25.4 cm; landscape with two waterfalls and two nudes, 1919, oil on board, 20 x 44.5 cm, all private collection.

english version, release: 19 june 2014
stefan banz, jeff wall: with the eye of the mind

19 june 2014
verlag für moderne kunst nürnberg | kmd – kunsthalle marcel duchamp no. 16

252 pages; hardcover; 14 x 10.5 cm; euro 20.00; isbn 978-3-86984-079-6

german version, release: 9 april 2014
stefan banz, jeff wall: mit dem auge des geistes

9 april 2014
verlag für moderne kunst nürnberg | kmd – kunsthalle marcel duchamp no. 14

272 pages; hardcover; 14 x 10.5 cm; euro 20.00; isbn 978-3-86984-078-9

information 
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release: 16 february 2014
caroline bachmann | stefan banz

das schweigen der junggesellen
with texts by lars blunck, hermann korte, bettina paust, stefan banz, and an interview with the artists by barbara strieder

museum schloss moyland, sammlung van der grinten, joseph beuys archiv des landes nrw, bedburg-hau | verlag für moderne kunst nürnberg
deutsch
108 pages
hardcover
28.5 x 21.5 cm
euro 24.00
isbn 978-3-86984-061-1

information caroline bachmann und stefan banz haben 2012 die rauminstallation a commotion (lutte e sentence) geschaffen. die arbeit ist die künstlerische reflexion auf das urteil zum verbot der präsentation der fotografien manfred tischers von der aktion das schweigen von marcel duchamp wird überbewertet von joseph beuys im museum schloss moyland, das im mai 2013 letztinstanzlich vom deutschen bundesgericht entschieden wurde.

mit ihrer arbeit werfen bachmann und banz kulturpolitische fragen nach der freiheit der kunst auf, nach den grenzen des dokumentierens und generell nach den möglichkeiten der aneignung und wiederverwendung von bereits vorhandenem und leisten eine neubewertung des verständnisses von »ready-made«.

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release: 8 january 2014
stefan banz
marcel duchamp: pharmacie

verlag für moderne kunst nürnberg | kunsthalle marcel duchamp no. 11
deutsch | english
308 pages
hardcover
14 x 10.5 cm
euro 20.00
ISBN 978-3-86984-465-7

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release: 20 april 2013
caroline bachmann | stefan banz | ralf beil (eds.)
la broyeuse de chocolat
kunsthalle marcel duchamp at mathildenhöhe darmstadt
with texts by dalia judovitz, bradley bailey, stefan banz, ralf beil, martin r. dean, and thomas zaunschirm

verlag für moderne kunst nürnberg | kunsthalle marcel duchamp no. 9
deutsch | english
336 pages
hardcover
14 x 10.5 cm
euro 20.00
isbn 978-3-86984-416-9

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release: 11 september 2012
stefan banz
aldo walker: logotyp
mit marcel duchamp und william copley im hinterkopf

verlag für moderne kunst nürnberg | kunsthalle marcel duchamp no. 7
deutsch
200 pages
hardcover
14 x 10.5 cm
euro 20.00
isbn 978-3-86984-356-8

aldo walker (1938—2000) is one of the great artists whose significance has to this day not been fully appreciated. he produced an amazing oeuvre, which materialized particularly in two outstanding series, namely his logotypes (sculpturelike experimental configurations) and pictograms (figurative line pictures). they are among the great undiscovered highlights of international art in the 1970s and 1980s.

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release: 8 june 2012
stefan banz

marcel duchamp: 1° la chute d'eau

verlag für moderne kunst nürnberg | kunsthalle marcel duchamp no. 6
english | deutsch | français
362 pages
hardcover
14 x 10.5 cm
euro 20.00
isbn 978-3-86984-328-5

stefan banz describes precisely and captivatingly how marcel duchamp discovered the forestay waterfall near chexbres, switzerland, in the summer of 1946, and why he decided to choose it as the starting point of his famous final masterpiece, Étant donnés.

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release: 12 december 2011
friedrich kittler

platz der luftbrücke 
ein gespräch mit stefan banz

verlag für moderne kunst nürnberg | kunsthalle marcel duchamp no. 3
deutsch (german)
96 pages
hardcover
14 x 10.5 cm
euro 20.00
isbn 978-3-86984-294-3

the extended new edition of the out-of-print publication of the same name, from the year 1996, appears on the occasion of the death of friedrich kittler. along with an introduction, it contains an extensive and unabridged interview with stefan banz and kittler’s unusual text skiagraphia, die schattenschrift (the shadowed text) from 2005. the book vividly conveys how the perceptive, provocative and mischievous scientist thought, the manner in which he spoke, and reveals the things that interested him. It is a highly entertaining introduction to his philosophical, literary-historical and media science way of thinking.

«and kafka always wrote so floridly to milena: on the one hand there are these nice inventions that bring us closer, such as the car or aeroplane, and on the other there are nasty inventions that steal our kisses, such as the letter and telephone and these ghosts, as kafka calls them. and we really don’t need to be afraid of it. And I am not afraid of the computer at all, i worry about it, about its hard drive, like all these people who love their machines.»

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release: 11 october 2011
jean-christophe ammann

das wespennest ist eine kathedrale
ein gespräch mit stefan banz

verlag für moderne kunst nürnberg | kunsthalle marcel duchamp no. 1
deutsch (german)
136 pages
hardcover
14 × 10,5 cm
euro 20.00
ISBN 978-3-86984-240-0

the volume looks at jean-christophe ammann’s life work as curator, art expert and museum director. Ammann talks about his origins, his studies and starting work at the kunsthalle bern under harald szeemann, talks about his experiences over many years as the director of the museum of art lucerne, the kunsthalle basel and the mmk frankfurt, philosophises about cosmology, the contemporary and dialectics, about intimacy, sexuality and pornography, about photography and photoshop, discusses works and concepts by marcel duchamp, alberto giacometti, joseph beuys, dieter roth, franz gertsch, jeff wall, fischli|weiss and others, and finally analyses lars von trier’s film “antichris?”.

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release: 30 june 2011
caroline bachmann | stefan banz
tenderness and temperature 

verlag für moderne kunst nürnberg | kunsthalle marcel duchamp no. 0
english
128 pages
hardcover
14 × 10.5 cm
euro 20.00
isbn 978-3-86984-241-7

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release: 30 september 2010
edited by stefan banz

marcel duchamp and the forestay waterfall

distributed by jrp|ringier, zurich
408 pages
20 essays and texts in english
480 images and illustrations in black and white, and color
24.5 x 17.5 cm
euro 32.00
isbn 978-3-03764-156-9

in summer 1946, marcel duchamp spent five weeks in switzerland, including five days at the hotel bellevue (today, le baron tavernier) near chexbres, on lake geneva. there he discovered the forestay waterfall. no research was ever done as to why the artist chose this waterfall and not another to become the starting point for and ultimately the landscape of his famous final masterpiece, étant donnés: 1° la chute d’eau, 2° le gaz d’éclairage. a multidisciplinary event in cully, on lake geneva, near the forestay waterfall, attempted to provide answers to this and many other questions about duchamp’s work.

with essays by stefan banz, étienne barilier, lars blunck, paul b. franklin, antje von graevenitz, dalia judovitz, michael lüthy, ­bernard marcadé, herbert molderings, stanislaus von moos, ­francis m. naumann, mark nelson, molly nesbit, dominique radrizzani, michael r. ­taylor, philip ursprung, and hans maria de wolf.

special artistic contributions by caroline bachmann, ecke bonk, andreas glauser, peter roesch, roman signer, tadanori yokoo, and many others.

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release: 27 february 2009
caroline bachmann & stefan banz
what duchamp abandonned for the waterfall 
 

text by luc debraine
design by norm
published by scheidegger & spiess, zurich, 2009

english, français, deutsch
216 pages, 100 photographs in color
hardcover
14.4 X 19.2 cm

chf 49.00
ISBN 978-3-85881-261-2

"les artistes caroline bachmann et stefan banz présentent une gamme chromatique composée de 100 photographies du lac Léman. paysage auquel marcel duchamp tourna le dos lorsqu'il photographia, en 1946, la chute d'eau du forestay."

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release: 1 december 2007
caroline bachmann | stefan banz

helter skelter – painting with the beatles

text by the artists; 48 pages, 38 color photos
published by galerie urs meile, beijing-lucerne, 2007

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release: 31 october 2006
caroline bachmann & stefan banz
ting bu dong

paintings and installations

texts by nataline colonnello and alan smithee
112 pages, 41 color, double page photos;

published by galerie urs meile, beijing-lucerne, 2006
isbn-10:3-9523222-2-9/isbn-13:978-3-9523222-2-2

release: 19 january 2006
stefan banz
laugh. i nearly died. installations 1992–2006


texts by dolores denaro, karin pernegger and hermann korte
120 pages, 107 coloured photographs; hardcover, 19,5 x 22,5 cm

edited by dolores denaro, centrepasquart, biel/bienne; www.pasquart.ch
published by verlag für moderne kunst, nuremberg, 2006
isbn 393882129-9

release: 10 june 2005
stefan banz (ed.)

shadows collide with people

gianni motti, shahryar nashat, marco poloni, ingrid wildi
at swiss pavilion, 51st venice biennale 2005
curated by stefan banz

with texts by stefan banz, giovanni carmine, stefan heidenreich, friedrich kittler, michael newman, eveline notter, philip ursprung, octavio zaya

english/français/deutsch

edition fink, zurich 2005
isbn 3-906086-79-8

release: 26 may 2005
stefan banz

sms
sex mountains and sunsets

artist book, photographic works
english
isbn 988-98086-2-5

timezone 8, beijing 2005

to be ordered by stefan@banz.tv

release: 29 august 2004
stefan banz

tokyo bites

artist book, photographic works
with texts by gerhard mack and stefan banz
triton verlag, vienna 2004
ISBN 3-85486-192-3
english

to be ordered by stefan@banz.tv

release: 14 june 2003
stefan banz

un coeur simple
konzeptuelle malerei 1996–2003

deutsch
mit texten von hilar stadler und ralf christofori
edition fink, zürich 2003
ISBN 3-906086-52-6

to be ordered by stefan@banz.tv

release: 19 may 2002
stefan banz

the muhammad ali's

artist book, photographic works
english
edited by mirjam varadinis
verlag für moderne kunst, nuremberg 2002
isbn 3-933096-80-4

i'm bad, been chopping trees. ... i have wrestled with the alligator. i done tussle with the whale. i done handcuff lightning, thrown thunder in jail. that's bad. only last week i murdered a rock, injured a stone, hospitalized a brick. i'm so mean, i make medicine sick. muhammad ali

release: 31 october 2001
stefan banz

komplexes system kunst
texte und interviews

deutsch
mit einem nachwort von hermann korte
lit verlag, münster – hamburg – london 2001
isbn 3-8258-5254-7

english version, release: 21 february 2001
stefan banz

hell
murder and other works by erich hell

novel
salon verlag, cologne 2001
isbn 3-89770-118-9

deutsche version, release: 20 february 2001
stefan banz

hell
mord und andere werke von erich hell

roman
salon verlag, köln 2001
isbn 3-89770-117-0

release: 26 may 2000
stefan banz

echoes
exhibitions, projects 1992–2000

english/deutsch
with texts by hermann korte and stefan banz
edition odermatt, dallenwil 2000
isbn 3-9521186-9-9

voyage to yahoo

to be ordered by
stefan@banz.tv

release: 4 april 2000
stefan banz

a shot away some flowers
video works 1997–99

english/deutsch
with texts by thomas wulffen
edited by christoph doswald
edition patrick frey, zurich 2000
ISBN 3-905509-28-8

what it's like. everlast

release: 26 may 1999
stefan banz

i built this garden for us
photographic works 1992–99

english/deutsch
edited and with a text by christoph doswald
edition patrick frey, zurich 1999
isbn 3-905509-23-7

i just found me a bottle of blues

japanese version, release: 6 march 1999
friedrich kittler | stefan banz

platz der luftbrücke
ein gespräch


japanese translation by ryozo maeda and katsumi hara
sangensha, tokyo 1999
isbn 4-88303-062-8

deutsche version, release: 23 november 1996
friedrich kittler | stefan banz

platz der luftbrücke
ein gespräch

deutsch
oktagon, köln 1996
ISBN 3-89611-021-7

release: 12 september 1996
stefan banz & iwan wirth (ed.)

picabia, fleurs de chair, fleurs d'âme
nus, transparences, tableaux abstraits

interview with olga picabia by hans-ulrich obrist & stefan banz,
and texts by harald szeemann, carole boulbès and hans rudolf reust

english/deutsch
oktagon, köln 1997
isbn 3-89611-031-4

release: 5 april 1996
stefan banz

dive. give the people what they want

english/deutsch
with texts by michelle nicol, paolo bianchi, christoph doswald, frank dziersk, friedrich kittler and stefan banz
offenes kulturhaus, linz 1996
isbn 3-85307-010-8

release: 3 march 1995
stefan banz

give me a leonard cohen afterworld

photographic works, with a text by stefan banz (english/deutsch)
cantz, ostfildern/stuttgart 1995
isbn 3-89322-720-2

the photographs were taken between 1989 and 1994. they show my family, friends, acquaintances and landscapes in my immediate vicinity – images of those moments when coincidence and sharp-sightedness unite and the hidden mystery of reality becomes visible in its curious ambiguity

release: 26 may 1993
stefan banz

kunsthalle lucerne 1989–1993

english/deutsch
verlag der kunsthalle luzern, 1993
ISBN 3-906655-13-X

to be ordered by erwin.hofstetter@bluewin.ch

release: 1 november 1991
stefan banz

serendipity

eine monografie: mit jacques derridas philosophie der 'différance' unterwegs zu den bildern
des schweizer künstlers rolf winnewisser (*1949).


deutsch
helmhaus zürich 1991
ISBN 3-906396-08-8