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KRAMLICH RESIDENCE AND COLLECTION BOOK

To be published by Hatje Cantz in April 2019 (Europe) and June 2019 (International), the book explores the history of the Kramlich Residence, a home for American art collectors Richard and Pamela Kramlich and dedicated space for their pioneering collection of media art, located in the beautiful landscape of the Napa Valley, California.

Designed by Swiss architects Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron, the unique character of the Kramlich Residence evolved from a laboratory of ideas by the architects, and since completion offers artists and artworks a rare creative opportunity to respond to this dedicated home for media art.

Featuring essays and conversations with historians, curators, architects and collectors, and new artist commissions, each contribution in the book draws on distinct experiences of the project, exploring how new ways of viewing and reflection emerge from the intersections between architecture, nature, moving images, sound, and spaces to live and gather. 

The book includes new photographic artworks by Lothar Baumgarten, Luisa Lambri, and Catherine Wagner

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

REFLECTION: LUISA LAMBRI

Foreword - Pamela and C. Richard Kramlich

Prologue - Nicholas Olsberg

Intersections: A Conversation - Aebhric Coleman, Jacques Herzog, Pamela and Richard Kramlich, Pierre de Meuron, Nicholas Olsberg, and Nicholas Serota

The Work in Progress - Nicholas Olsberg

THE LOCUS: LOTHAR BAUMGARTEN

Living with Art - Aebhric Coleman

A Living Labyrinth - Photographs by Catherine Wagner

Domestication and the Permutation of Interruption - Dara Birnbaum

A Question of Typology- Lynne Cooke in conversation with Aebhric Coleman and Nicholas Olsberg

Epilogue - Nicholas Olsberg

REFLECTION: LUISA LAMBRI

Published in English. 2019. 188 pp., 286 illustrations.

Hardcover. 23.50 x 30.50 cm. ISBN 978-3-7757-4520-8

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The following images are a selection of two-page spreads from the book: