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10/09/2012

Archizines exhibition opening in Artek Helsinki

Artek opens the Archizines exhibition in cooperation with do you read me?! Helsinki Satellite. Archizines celebrates the resurgence of alternative and independent architectural publishing around the world. The touring exhibition curated by Elias Redstone and initiated in collaboration with the Architectural Association, features 80 architecture magazines, fanzines and journals from over twenty countries that provide an alternative to the established architectural press. Edited by architects, artists and students, these publications provide new platforms for commentary, criticism and research into the spaces we inhabit and the practice of architecture. They make an important and often radical addition to architectural discourse and demonstrate a residual love for print matter in the digital age.

The exhibition features titles from the collection alongside video interviews with their creators. Each publication has selected one issue to represent their approach to publishing and they are all available for visitors to read. An accompanying catalogue, published by Bedford Press, explores the relationship between architecture and publishing further through commissioned essays and texts by editors in Europe and North America.

In collaboration with the Finnish Association for Architects SAFA, Artek is organizing the dialogue on Tuesday 11 September at Artek Helsinki Store. The theme of Artek Dialogue #8 goes deeper to the relationship between architecture and journalism, “If the principle of journalism is to understand things; of design and architecture to change things, where is – or is there – a productive spillover between journalistic and design practice to be found?” The moderator is Finnish producer and writer Jenna Sutela. The panelists are architect Anni Vartola (Vartola Viljamaa Architects), curator Elias Redstone, architect Rory Hyde and architect Bryan Boyer from Sitra, The Finnish Innovation Fund.

Archizines exhibition is open from 12 September until 29 September 2012.

Artek Dialogue #8

11 September, 6pm – 8pm
Discussion starts at 6:30pm

The Archizines exhibition was launched at the Architectural Association, London, in November 2011. The project has since been presented in New York, Milan, Montreal, Barcelona, Berlin, Porto, Paris and Osaka and will continue touring internationally through 2013. The original ARCHIZINES collection is currently being transferred to the National Art Library at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London.

www.archizines.com

Artek Helsinki
Eteläesplanadi 18
00130 Helsinki

PUBLICATIONS ON DISPLAY: 

90X60 arqzine

Guadalajara

Mexico

America Deserta Revisted

London

UK

Another Pamphlet

New York City

USA

Anza

Dar es Salaam

Tanzania

Apartamento – an everyday life interiors magazine

Barcelona

Spain

Archinect News Digest

Los Angeles

USA

archphoto2.0

Genova

Italy

Beyond: Short Stories on the Post-Contemporary

Amsterdam

Netherlands

Block

London

UK

Boundaries

Rome

Italy

Bracket

Toronto

Canada

Camenzind

Zurich

Switzerland

Candide, Journal for Architectural Knowledge

Aachen

Germany

City as Material

London

UK

Civic City Cahier

London

UK

CLOG

New York

USA

Club Donny

Amsterdam

Netherlands

Conditions

Oslo

Norway

Cornell Journal of Architecture

Ithaca, NY

USA

Criticat

Paris

France

dérive – Magazine for Urban Research

Vienna

Austria

Ein Magazin über Orte

Berlin

Germany

engawa

Barcelona

Spain

Evil People in Modern Homes in Popular Films

New York

USA

face b – architecture from the other side

Paris

France

Foreign Architects Switzerland

Zurich

Switzerland

Fresh Meat

Chicago

USA

Friendly Fire

Porto

Portugal

Generalist

Frankfurt

Germany

Horizonte – Journal for Architectural Discourse

Weimar

Germany

Index Newspaper

Porto

Portugal

Journal Illustratif

Brussels

Belgium

Junk Jet

Stuttgart

Germany

Kerb

Melbourne

Australia

Le Journal Spéciale’Z

Paris

France

Log - Observations on Architecture and the Contemporary City

New York

USA

MAP – Manual of Architectural Possibilities

Copenhagen

Denmark

Mark

Amsterdam

Netherlands

MAS Context

Chicago

USA

matzine

Dublin / London / Dundee

Ireland / UK

Maximum Maxim MMX

New York

USA

Megawords

New York

USA

mono.kultur

Berlin

Germany

MONU – magazine on urbanism

Rotterdam

Netherlands

New City Reader

New York

USA

New Geographies

Cambridge, MA

USA

no now: Towards an Architecture of Opposition

New York City

USA

Noz

Rio de Janeiro

Brazil

OASE

Rotterdam

Netherlands

On Site

Calgary

Canada

One:Twelve

Columbus, Ohio

USA

P.E.A.R. (Paper for Emerging Architectural Research)

London

UK

Pablo Internacional

Mexico City / London

Mexico / UK

PIDGIN

Princeton, New Jersey

USA

PIN–UP Magazine for Architectural Entertainment

New York

USA

PISEAGRAMA: Periodic Public Space

Belo Horizonte

Brazil

PLAT

Houston, Texas

USA

PLOT

Buenos Aires

Argentina

Pollen

Oslo

Norway

PRAXIS

Boston

USA

Preston is my Paris: Preston Bus Station

Preston / London

UK

Public Library: Casa de Todos

Santiago

Chile

Sámi huksendáidda

Tromsø

Norway

San Rocco

Venice

Italy

Scapegoat

Toronto

Canada

scopio

Porto

Portugal

SOILED

Chicago

USA

SPAM_mag

Santiago

Chile

STUDIO©

Milan

Italy

The Modernist

Manchester

UK

The Unlimited Edition

London

UK

The Weather Ring

Perth

Australia

Thresholds

Cambridge, MA

USA

TOO MUCH – Magazine of Romantic Geography

Tokyo

Japan

Touching on Architecture

London

UK

Trans

Zurich

Switzerland

UP

Antwerp / Brussels

Belgium

UR

Buenos Aires

Argentina

VOLUME

Amsterdam

Netherlands

What About It?

Beijing

China

 

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