Veronika Schäpers

Bücher // Books 2

Veronika Schäpers

Bücher // Books 2




Digital print, Offset print, Risograph


Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

$ 600.00


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Two versions of the box are available for purchase:
Version A, which includes publications #2-#5, $600
Version B, which includes publications #1-#5. $800
In 2014, as part of the exhibition Entgrenzt at the Klingspor Museum Offenbach, a catalog of all Veronika Schäpers’ books created up to that time was published, containing a total of 29 editions. Another nine books have been added since 2014, as described in a hand-bound catalog, a text booklet, and two separate publications. Everything is stored together in one box, which also has space for future additional catalogs, booklets, and ephemera.
The box is made of light gray archival corrugated cardboard from Klug Conservations with a title silkscreened in either
dark blue or white. Two removable inserts, each 6 mm thick, offer the possibility of adding further publications in the
Contents of the Archive Box:
Veronika Schäpers: Bücher // Books
Catalog for the exhibition «Entgrenzt» at the Klingspor Museum Offenbach. In addition to many photos and detailed
explanations of all the works since 1998, the catalog contains essays by Dr. Stefan Soltek and Martina Weiß (Klingspor Museum Offenbach), Dr. Viola Hildebrand-Schat (Frankfurt/M) as well as Marshall Weber (Brooklyn), Nina Schneider (Los Angeles) and Akiko Takiguchi (Tokyo). The design is by Alex Sonderegger and Susanna Baer, so+ba (Tokyo/Zurich) and the elaborate finishing was done by Buchbinder Mergemeier, a bookbindery in Düsseldorf.
Twelve 6-page accordion folds and nine 8-page accordion folds.
Offset printing on Munken Lynx 120 g.
Cover: Swiss Harmony Presspan.
8.85 x 11.7 in.
Edition of 300 copies.
Berlin/Offenbach, 2014.
Veronika Schäpers: Bücher // Books 2
A detailed description of seven artists’ books in German and English with numerous illustrations. The design is by Alex Sonderegger and Susanna Baer, so+ba (Tokyo/Zurich), and the binding was made by Buchbinderei Mergemeier in Düsseldorf.
76 Japanese-bound pages and seven interior folds. Flexible linen binding in white with blue-black spine and title
Offset printed on Munken Kristall 90 g.
8.85 x 11.7 in.
Edition: 300 copies.
Karlsruhe, 2022.
A text booklet with essays by Ruth Rogers, Wellesley College, MA, From a Distance, Close Up, and Marshall Weber,
Booklyn, Brooklyn, NY, The Utility of Interpretation. Both texts are printed in English only. In addition, the booklet includes a current collection index and a list of exhibitions since 2014.
Digital print on IBO Reflex, 60 g.
Transparent cover made of EnDuro Ice with embossed title, stitched by hand with filament.
48 pages.
4.52 x 8.7 in.
Edition: 300 copies.
Karlsruhe, 2022.
Pyongyang in May 2004 // Pyongyang in September 2019
A risograph cover with a photograph of a mural. Inside are six inserted postcards with illustrations and descriptions of the project in English and German. The risograph is protected by a dust jacket made of clear polyester film with two inserted magnifying glasses.
4-color risograph.
Digital print on inacard, 250 g.
8.27 x 11.7 in.
Edition: 300 copies.
Karlsruhe, 2022.
The Japanese Charts of May 25, 1968.
An 8-page accordion fold with illustrations and descriptions of the project in English and German. The accordion fold is housed in a Corvon cover with circle cutouts in orange and matte gray, reminiscent of a record cover.
Digital printing on Munken Lynx 150 g.
Cover: Corvon Shimmer and Corvon Mano.
7.1 x 7.1 in.
Edition: 300 copies.
Karlsruhe, 2022.

All boxes are numbered and signed.