BOM DIA BOA TARDE BOA NOITE

BOM DIA BOA TARDE BOA NOITE www.bomdiabooks.de BOM DIA BOA TARDE BOA NOITE was founded in 2011 by Manuel Raeder and Manuel Goller in Berlin, solely run by Studio Manuel Raeder since 2013.

The small publishing house is specialized in high quality artist books that are conceived as an integral part of an art work or as the art work itself that, often, plays with the format of the book and reflects its medium. In 2014, the first book of Bom Dia Kinder, a new series of children books made by artists, was launched.The books of Bom Dia are produced in close collaboration with a group of fellow artists, among others Henning Bohl, Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, Mariana Castillo Deball, Haegue Yang, Leonor Antunes, Abraham Cruzvillegas.

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Ixiptla is a journal published by artist Mariana Castillo Deball, Volumes III and IV are already OUT OF PRINT but  from ...
17/11/2020

Ixiptla is a journal published by artist Mariana Castillo Deball, Volumes III and IV are already OUT OF PRINT but from Ixiptla Volume I we still have some copies available.

Ixiptla Volume I was published on the occasion of Expedite Expression, 8th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art in 2014. For this first issue, a group of anthropologists, archaeologists, artists, and writers have been invited to reflect on the role of the model, the copy, and reproduction in their areas of research and practice. This edition is focused on objects collected and produced by archeologists in an attempt to capture and replicate material evidences left by time.

Artist: Mariana Castillo Deball Category: Anthropology, Arte Popular, Periodicals, Writing
Language: English Editor: Mariana Castillo Deball
With texts by: #KythziaBarrera #MariaGaida #MoosjeMGoosen #PabloKatchadjian #PaulaLópezCaballero #FedericoNavarreteLinares #VictoriaNoveloOppenheim #Sandra Rozental #CarlosSandoval #AdamTSellen #AnnaSzaflarski

#marianacastillodeball #ixiptla

#Repost @mettewinckelmann LAILA UTI ・・・#GALLERI #soloshow #bookrelease #bomdiabooks #LAILAUTI #mettewinckelmann #paintin...
05/11/2020

#Repost @mettewinckelmann LAILA UTI
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#GALLERI #soloshow #bookrelease #bomdiabooks #LAILAUTI #mettewinckelmann #painting #textileprint #conceptualpainting #abstraction #photography #negative #avlskarlgallery #idagkl17
#kom

#Repost @annaszaflarski with ・・・Event and T-shirt edition sale TODAY Sunday Oct 25th 4.00-8.00 pm  @hopscotchreadingroom...
25/10/2020

#Repost @annaszaflarski with
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Event and T-shirt edition sale TODAY Sunday Oct 25th 4.00-8.00 pm @hopscotchreadingroom
In support of @lambdawarszawa and Polish LGBT+ in crisis.
T-shirt : 35 euro cash, all proceeds go to donation.

Event takes place in the courtyard, dress weather ready!
Please wear your mask xx.
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Today, I feel we need this phrase more than ever, so come and please establish an emotional relationship with us. 

Join us for an evening of emotional, sensual, introspective and outro-spective readings and performances from artists and writers Aleksandra Bielas, Phoebe Blatton, Samantha Bohatsch, and Anna M. Szaflarski, a musical contribution from Jemek Jemowit and an improvised scene with improvisers from the @comedycb in support of Polish citizens who find themselves in crisis situations due to their sexual orientation and gender identity. The current political climate in Poland has become increasingly violent to the LGBT+ community. The Polish government has publicly denounced LGBT+ people labelling them as an ideological threat to “Polish Tradition” and approves aggressive actions taken by private persons and municipal bodies against its own citizens. In some cities, LGBT+ people have been restricted from entering public spaces, while on the national stage, misinformation is propagated across publicly funded media, falsely connecting non-binary sexuality and gender identity with abusive crimes. 

Shirt published by @bomdiabooks

T-shirt printing supported by @sdwsiebdruck 🙏🙏

#aleksandrabielas @iamsmntb
@jemek_jemowit #phoebeblatton #annamszaflarski @annaszaflarski @hopscotchreadingroom

#stopbzdurom #stonewallpolska #jestemLGBT

#Repost @annaszaflarski ・・・POSTPONED due to predicted rainy weather to Sunday October 25, 16:00-20:00 !Event and T-shirt...
23/10/2020

#Repost @annaszaflarski
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POSTPONED due to predicted rainy weather to Sunday October 25, 16:00-20:00 !

Event and T-shirt edition sale next Friday Oct 23rd @hopscotchreadingroom
In support of @lambdawarszawa and Polish LGBT+ in crisis.
T-shirt : 35 euro cash, all proceeds go to donation.

Event takes place in the courtyard, dress weather ready!
Please wear your mask xx.
____________________

Today, I feel we need this phrase more than ever, so come and please establish an emotional relationship with us. 

Join us for an evening of emotional, sensual, introspective and outro-spective readings and performances from artists and writers Aleksandra Bielas, Phoebe Blatton, Samantha Bohatsch, and Anna M. Szaflarski, a musical contribution from Jemek Jemowit and an improvised scene with improvisers from the @comedycb in support of Polish citizens who find themselves in crisis situations due to their sexual orientation and gender identity. The current political climate in Poland has become increasingly violent to the LGBT+ community. The Polish government has publicly denounced LGBT+ people labelling them as an ideological threat to “Polish Tradition” and approves aggressive actions taken by private persons and municipal bodies against its own citizens. In some cities, LGBT+ people have been restricted from entering public spaces, while on the national stage, misinformation is propagated across publicly funded media, falsely connecting non-binary sexuality and gender identity with abusive crimes. 

Shirt published by @bomdiabooks

T-shirt printing supported by @sdwsiebdruck 🙏🙏

#aleksandrabielas @iamsmntb
@jemek_jemowit #phoebeblatton #annamszaflarski

#stopbzdurom #stonewallpolska #jestemLGBT

#Repost @anderson.collection.stanford ・・・Don’t miss this event on Oct. 22 at 4 PM: Stanford Presidential Visiting Artist...
23/10/2020

#Repost @anderson.collection.stanford
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Don’t miss this event on Oct. 22 at 4 PM: Stanford Presidential Visiting Artist Eamon Ore-Giron (@lengua) and poet and scholar Edgar Garcia will discuss the artist’s practice through a lens of abstraction and in relation to the history and symbolism of gold. The color gold features prominently in Ore-Giron’s ongoing series of the “Infinite Regress” paintings, and the speakers will consider how we might decolonize and reevaluate this precious metal.

Register for the event, @anderson.collection.stanford @lengua

#Repost @annaszaflarski・・・Event and T-shirt edition sale next Friday Oct 23rd @hopscotchreadingroomIn support of @lambda...
20/10/2020

#Repost @annaszaflarski
・・・
Event and T-shirt edition sale next Friday Oct 23rd @hopscotchreadingroom
In support of @lambdawarszawa and Polish LGBT+ in crisis.
T-shirt : 35 euro cash, all proceeds go to donation.

Event takes place in the courtyard, dress weather ready!
Please wear your mask xx.
____________________

Today, I feel we need this phrase more than ever, so come and please establish an emotional relationship with us. 

Join us for an evening of emotional, sensual, introspective and outro-spective readings and performances from artists and writers Aleksandra Bielas, Phoebe Blatton, Samantha Bohatsch, and Anna M. Szaflarski, a musical contribution from Jemek Jemowit and an improvised scene with improvisers from the @comedycb in support of Polish citizens who find themselves in crisis situations due to their sexual orientation and gender identity. The current political climate in Poland has become increasingly violent to the LGBT+ community. The Polish government has publicly denounced LGBT+ people labelling them as an ideological threat to “Polish Tradition” and approves aggressive actions taken by private persons and municipal bodies against its own citizens. In some cities, LGBT+ people have been restricted from entering public spaces, while on the national stage, misinformation is propagated across publicly funded media, falsely connecting non-binary sexuality and gender identity with abusive crimes. 

Shirt published by @bomdiabooks

T-shirt printing supported by @sdwsiebdruck 🙏🙏

#aleksandrabielas @iamsmntb
@jemek_jemowit #phoebeblatton #annamszaflarski
#stopbzdurom #stonewallpolska #jestemLGBT

19/10/2020

#Repost @manu_moscoso
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Thank you Reto! And looking forward to read your upcoming science fiction book Gina! @zustand_retopulfer @liverpoolbiennial @bomdiabooks

Find us @voostore today
17/10/2020

Find us @voostore today

October 23, 2020Hopscotch Reading Room Kurfürstenstraße 14, 10785 Berlin7:30–10 P.M.Edition sale and fundraiser event to...
14/10/2020

October 23, 2020
Hopscotch Reading Room
Kurfürstenstraße 14, 10785 Berlin
7:30–10 P.M.

Edition sale and fundraiser event to benefit Lambda Warszawa, a Polish organization dedicated to helping members of the Polish LGBTQ+ community in crisis.

With readings and performances from Aleksandra Bielas, Phoebe Blatton, Samantha Bohatsch, Jemek Jemowit, Anna M. Szaflarski and improvisers from the Comedy Café Berlin.

The event will take place in the courtyard. Please dress appropriately for the weather.
Masks are required at all times (it will be cozier like that anyway).

“Please establish an emotional relationship with me” limited T-shirt edition will be sold for 35 Euro cash.

All proceeds go to Lambda Warszawa
“Please establish an emotional relationship with me” is a slogan that members from my first improv theatre class came up with. Together, we learned that a theatre audience will only be drawn to watching people play a scene if they start to understand two key questions: Who are these people to each other? What do they feel emotionally for each other? Once established, the audience will be able to emotionally connect to the characters. I printed this slogan onto a T-shirt, and over the past two years, I’ve worn the shirt out or at my own readings and performances. I realized that people were moved by the simple yet direct request for emotional connection and that it could move beyond the stage. Today, I feel we need this phrase more than ever, so come and please establish an emotional relationship with us.

Join us for an evening of readings and performances in support of Polish citizens who find themselves in crisis situations due to their sexual orientation and gender identity. The current political climate in Poland has become increasingly violent to the LGBT+ community. The Polish government has publicly denounced LGBT+ people labelling them as an ideological threat to “Polish Tradition” and approves aggressive actions taken by private persons and municipal bodies against its own citizens. In some cities, LGBT+ people have been restricted from entering.. whole text see our website #annaszaflarski #hopscotch

BOM DIA POP-UP BOOK SALE @voostore Oranienstraße 24 17th of October 11.00 am - 8.00 pm
12/10/2020

BOM DIA POP-UP BOOK SALE @voostore Oranienstraße 24 17th of October 11.00 am - 8.00 pm

We will be doing a pop up book sale at Voo store on the 17th of October. pass bye @voostore thanks @seraares 🌝
09/10/2020

We will be doing a pop up book sale at Voo store on the 17th of October. pass bye @voostore thanks @seraares 🌝

Available now at www.bomdiabooks.deBEAU GESTE PRESS Cecilia Vicuña, Martha Hellion, Marjo Schuman, Servie Jansen, Claudi...
03/10/2020

Available now at www.bomdiabooks.de
BEAU GESTE PRESS
Cecilia Vicuña, Martha Hellion, Marjo Schuman, Servie Jansen, Claudio Bertoni, Raúl Marroquín, Felipe Ehrenberg, Matthias Ehrenberg, Yaël Ehrenberg, Jan Hendrix

Mariana Castillo Deball, 'Between making and knowing something’ at Modern Art Oxford  Through a collage-like installatio...
01/10/2020

Mariana Castillo Deball, 'Between making and knowing something’ at Modern Art Oxford

Through a collage-like installation featuring pottery, photography and textiles, Mexican-born artist Mariana Castillo Deball works to uncover stories and individuals often hidden in traditional museum displays.

Deball’s exhibition focuses on sharing the stories of a number of little-known female anthropologists and indigenous storytellers and makers. To do this, the artist recreates historical artefacts and reconfigures display cases to expose how museum collections both conceal and reveal historical narratives and shape our understanding of the world.

'Between making and knowing something' is born out of Deball’s ongoing research into museums, the observational science of people and cultures (or ethnography), archaeology and photographic archives. The exhibition particularly explores objects and archives held in the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford and the Smithsonian Museum National Collections in Washington D.C.

#marianacastillodeball #pittrivers #modernartoxford @mao_gallery

Heinz Peter KnesFotografische Arbeit27.09. – 22.11.2020Opening at Künstlerhaus BremenSaturday, 26 September, 2 –7 pm“Fot...
24/09/2020

Heinz Peter Knes
Fotografische Arbeit
27.09. – 22.11.2020

Opening at Künstlerhaus Bremen
Saturday, 26 September, 2 –7 pm

“Fotografische Arbeit” presents research and work from various projects by the artist Heinz Peter Knes (*1969, Gemünden am Main) and places them into a new relationship with each other. The solo exhibition includes excerpts from Knes‘ photo archive, new film material and text. The photographic process unfurls on the wall: photographs form clusters and are removed from their original context. These new constellations generate an array of formal, social and political narratives. Three stations run through the space, that dissect historical material into individual layers of meaning. The term “Arbeit” (work) also permits us to read this material within the context of political action. Knes depicts ephemera from Hannah Arendt’s archive, examines the photographs as parts of the monument ensemble of the Marx-Engels-Forum in Berlin, which tell of the struggles of the working class, and considers Tilman Riemenschneider’s work at the time of the Peasant War.

What are the indicators that determine photographic perception and how are these interpreted? In his collection of material, Knes focuses on the production, display and reading of images and their effects on the collective pictorial memory. Research and process are revealed and photographs are detached from their formal interpretation. These images are themselves at work and function within the realm of objects and processes.

The books "Der weltrevolutionäre Prozess seit Karl Marx und Friedrich Engels bis in die Gegenwart” and “on distance” both by Heinz Peter Knes are still available at www.bomdiabooks.de or at your local bookshop.
#HeinzPeterKnes @kuenstlerhausbremen #ondistance @kitonedo

#Repost @vleeshal ・・・Tomorrow we open ‘Midnight’ in the presence of the artist Sandra Mujinga, who will do a public talk...
19/09/2020

#Repost @vleeshal
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Tomorrow we open ‘Midnight’ in the presence of the artist Sandra Mujinga, who will do a public talk with Staci Bu Shea at 17:00! More information via: https://vleeshal.nl/en/public-programme/opening-midnight

@iamsandramujinga @staci.bushea @gortzakroos

#sandramujinga #middelburg #zeeland #art #contemporaryart

#Repost @mao_gallery・・・It’s official, only two weeks until we reopen! Join us on 2 October to see a stunning new exhibit...
18/09/2020

#Repost @mao_gallery
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It’s official, only two weeks until we reopen! Join us on 2 October to see a stunning new exhibition by Mexican artist Mariana Castillo Deball.
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Deball’s work explores how museum collections conceal and reveal historical narratives and shape our understanding of the world.
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Book your free tickets now via the link in our bio
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#booknow #MarianaCastilloDeball #pottery #photography #textiles #history #museum #crafts #anthropology #storytelling #ModernArtOxford #oxford

AVAILABLE NOW at www.bomdiabooks.de Rīgas cirks Riga Circus Ieva EpnereThe circus is a drama that extends its own means...
15/09/2020

AVAILABLE NOW at www.bomdiabooks.de

Rīgas cirks Riga Circus
Ieva Epnere

The circus is a drama that extends its own means, and the metaphor of its name (itself clowning around with the word) is widespread across the art industry, financial world, and, of course, anything to do with performance. For four years during the mid-aughts, photographer, video and film artist Ieva Epnere immersed herself in the life of the Riga Circus – a type of traditional circus that cherishes the respectful use of animals, operating on a circus-family model (skills are passed down through generations to produce family units that travel and live on the road), and the big top tent (the landmark interior of one of the oldest circus structures, built for this purpose in Europe since 1888) as a performance space.

This publication, that was developed during Ieva Epnere’s fellowship with the Artists-in-Berlin Program of the DAAD, symbolically marks four stages of her single, larger work. Fine-tuned digital color shots, a collection of black-and-white 35 mm film prints showing action at the Riga Circus, followed by a burst of color shots and black and white photos taken on a film camera, to end with a set of intimate black-and-white portraits of the performers. Whereas the conversion of circus into text might to some degree be a violation of the true nature of its subject, Ieva Epnere’s book – with the help of elephants, clowns, all the “freakery,” and her kaleidoscopic peek into the machinery that makes performances in the arena possible – itself stands as an adventurous act of reinvention.

Language: Latvian, English
Size: 175 × 245 mm
Pages: 190
Editor: Berliner Künstlerprogramm des DAAD, Melanie Roumiguiere, Ieva Epnere, Zane Onckule

Texts: Ieva Epnere, Tom McCarthy, Zane Onckule, Anita Vanaga
Designer: Büro Otto Sauhaus, Berlin (Sarah Lamparter, Nastia Protsenko)
Co-publisher: Berliner Künstlerprogramm des DAAD @daad_artists @ievaepnere @zane.onckule @ottosauhaus #tommccarthy #ievaepnere #riga #rigacircus

‘Ne voulais prendre, ni forme, ni chair, ni matière’ Daniel Steegmann MangranéThe publication documents the exhibition N...
02/09/2020

‘Ne voulais prendre, ni forme, ni chair, ni matière’
Daniel Steegmann Mangrané

The publication documents the exhibition Ne voulais prendre, ni forme, ni chair, ni matière by Daniel Steegmann Mangrané at the Institut d’Art Contemporain de Villeurbanne, France in 2019. Furthermore, it includes first translations into French of the Poems of Stela do Patrocínio, a Brazilian outsider poet who has longly inspired Steegmann Mangrané in his research.

Language: French
Size: 240 × 320 mm
Pages: 48
Format: Softcover
Texts: Stela do Patrocínio

#DanielSteegmannMangrané
#DanielSteegmannMangrané
#Institutd’ArtContemporaindeVilleurbanne
#steladopatrocinio @iacvilleurbanne

Rīgas Cirks / Riga Circus Ieva EpnereThe circus is a drama that extends its own means, and the metaphor of its name (its...
01/09/2020

Rīgas Cirks / Riga Circus
Ieva Epnere

The circus is a drama that extends its own means, and the metaphor of its name (itself clowning around with the word) is widespread across the art industry, financial world, and, of course, anything to do with performance. For four years during the mid-aughts, photographer, video and film artist Ieva Epnere immersed herself in the life of the Riga Circus – a type of traditional circus that cherishes the respectful use of animals, operating on a circus-family model (skills are passed down through generations to produce family units that travel and live on the road), and the big top tent (the landmark interior of one of the oldest circus structures, built for this purpose in Europe since 1888) as a performance space.

This publication, that was developed during Ieva Epnere’s fellowship with the Artists-in-Berlin Program of the DAAD, symbolically marks four stages of her single, larger work. Fine-tuned digital color shots, a collection of black-and-white 35 mm film prints showing action at the Riga Circus, followed by a burst of color shots and black and white photos taken on a film camera, to end with a set of intimate black-and-white portraits of the performers. Whereas the conversion of circus into text might to some degree be a violation of the true nature of its subject, Ieva Epnere’s book – with the help of elephants, clowns, all the “freakery,” and her kaleidoscopic peek into the machinery that makes performances in the arena possible – itself stands as an adventurous act of reinvention.

Language: Latvian, English
Size: 175 × 245 mm
Pages: 190
Editor: Berliner Künstlerprogramm des DAAD, Melanie Roumiguiere, Ieva Epnere, Zane Onckule

Texts: Ieva Epnere, Tom McCharty, Zane Onckule, Anita Vanaga
Designer: Büro Otto Sauhaus, Berlin (Sarah Lamparter, Nastia Protsenko)
Co-publisher: Berliner Künstlerprogramm des DAAD @daad_artists @ievaepnere @zane.onckule @ottosauhaus #tommccarthy #ievaepnere

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