PRŌTOCOLLUM 2017/18 is now available
39 visual artists and art collectives from 34 countries
The fourth issue of PRŌTOCOLLUM, the annually published anthology dedicated to non-Western contemporary visual artists, art narratives and art history, has been released by DICKERSBACH KUNSTVERLAG. PRŌTOCOLLUM’s issue for 2017/18 features contributions by 39 visual artists and art collectives from 34 countries....
Venue: Salon du livre d'art des Afriques
Address: 128 rue de LaFayette - 75010 Paris
Le Salon du Livre d'Art des Afriques. Aujourd'hui, demain, jeudi et vendredi à la Colonie. Venez découvrir les livres des éditeurs indépendants :
- Amarion Publ...ishing ( Senegal)
- la collection patrimoniale du Maghreb ( France/Algérie)
- Asai ( Afrique du Sud)
- Chimurenga ( Afrique du Sud)
- CCA Lagos ( Nigeria)
- Mosaïque ( Cameroun)
- O menelike 2 Ato (Brésil)
- Fala Guerreira revue (Brésil)
- Mjiba éditeur ( Brésil)
- Anjo da violencia revue (Brésil)
- Présence Africaine ( France)
- Afrikaada (France)
- La revue Fotopaklè (Haiti)
- La revue multidisciplinaire Trois/Cent/ Soixante ( Haiti)
- Protocollum (Allemagne)
- Mark Pezinger Verlag (Autriche)
- Les Editions Clementine de la Féronnière (France)
- La revue Zâman (France)
- Les Editions Duta ( France/ Cameroun)
- Empire (France)
- Téham Editions (France)
- Les Editions la Galerie Imane Farès ( France)
- Visiterlafrique.com ( Cameroun)
Et les artistes:
Andrea Filippi et Luis Manuel Otero Alcantara
Sacha Léopold et François Havegeer ( syndicat)
If you are in London this weekend, do not miss out this year's 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair at Somerset House. We are very excited that 9 of PRŌTOCOLLUM's contributing artists exhibit their works during the fair:
Nidhal Chamekh, presented by Selma Feriani Gallery, Tunis, Tunisia,
Ernest DÜKÜ, presented by (S)ITOR / Sitor Senghor, Paris, France,...
Nadia Kaabi-Linke, presented by qLawrie Shabibi, Dubai, United Arab Emirates,
Peterson Kamwathi, presented by ARTLabAfrica, Nairobi, Kenya,
Vincent Michea, presented by Magnin-A, Paris, France, and Galerie Cécile Fakhoury, Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire
Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum, presented by Tiwani Contemporary, London, United Kingdom,
All images in this facebook album are courtesy of the artist, the galleries and 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair.
The new issue of PRŌTOCOLLUM is out now, with 76 visual artists and art collectives from 50 countries. To find out more, please order your copy of PRŌTOCOLLUM here: www.protocollum.org
PRŌTOCOLLUM is an annually published anthology dedicated to non-Western contemporary visual artists, art narratives and art history.
The third issue of the journal is introduced with Vesna Bukovec’s ironic comment ‘Continue as if everything is right’, alluding to the cognitive dissonance that a...
The second issue of PRŌTOCOLLUM art journal (www.protocollum.org), the international survey of contemporary non-Western visual art, art narratives and art history, was presented during an international launch event that was held in Dakar, Senegal, on May 8th in connection with the Dakar Biennale of Contemporary Art. As a number of artists who contributed to PRŌTOCOLLUM have also participated in the Dakar Biennale, it was important for us to use this opportunity and arrange a ...lunch event for PRŌTOCOLLUM here in Dakar. Inspirational conversations and interesting exchanges took place among our guests, not only about the various exhibitions and talks of the Biennale, but also about the topics and issues that are the focus points of our project and research like the growing role of non-Western contemporary art in the international art discourse and how to further strengthen the global awareness of contemporary art from regions like Africa, the Middle East, Latin America, Asia and Eastern Europe.
PRŌTOCOLLUM art journal convenes the relevant voices from diverse countries and regions around the world by directly connecting to the artists in their home regions. Counteracting the opinion-shaping influence of art institutions in Europe or North America, PRŌTOCOLLUM provides a forum for the ideas, perspectives, visions and perceptions of artists and art scenes located outside of the Western hemisphere, striving to achieve a multi-faceted and balanced picture of contemporary global artistic practice, art narratives and art history. The inaugural issue of PRŌTOCOLLUM was launched in November 2014, with contributions from 72 visual artists and art collectives from 54 countries. The second issue for 2015/16 that took centre stage during the lunch event in Dakar contains contributions by 92 visual artists and artist collectives from 53 countries.
Many thanks to all of you who joined us for PRŌTOCOLLUM's event in Dakar! I am especially proud that my home continent Africa has hosted both such a successful Biennale for Contemporary Art and our meeting with dedicated talks and motivating discussions among a very interesting circle of artists, art professionals and art scholars.
Date: 8 May 2016
Venue: Restaurant L'Avenue (Radisson Blu Hotel Dakar, Senegal)
PRŌTOCOLLUM 2015/16, the second issue of the artist journal exclusively dedicated to contemporary non-Western visual art, art narratives and art history, is now available!
Get a sneak peek at some of the artists' contributions to PRŌTOCOLLUM's newest issue here below.
The new issue features contributions by 92 visual artists and art collectives from 53 countries across Eastern Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Latin America and Asia....
Starting with this new second issue, some of the artists of the previous issue 2014/15 were involved in the selection process and recommended artists from their regions, because PRŌTOCOLLUM emphasizes the perspectives of the contributing artists and their local/regional viewpoints.
Languages: English (Portions in French, Chinese, Spanish, Romanian).
Format: 21 x 26 cm
Release: October 2015
Frequency: One issue a year
Price: € 36 – £ 26 – $ 40 – ¥ 4800
Contributing artists of PRŌTOCOLLUM 2015/16 are: Basel Abbas & Ruanne Abou-Rahme (Palestine), Vyacheslav Akhunov (Uzbekistan), Karo Akpokiere (Nigeria), Ammar Al-Beik (Syria), Yuri Albert (Russia), Halil Altindere (Turkey), Jude Anogwih (Nigeria), Alexander Apóstol (Venezuela), Luis Cruz Azaceta (Cuba), Cheikhou Bâ (Senegal), Fayçal Baghriche (Algeria), Ali Banisadr (Iran), Jean-Pierre Bekolo (Cameroon), Anca Benera & Arnold Estefan (Romania), Irina Botea (Romania), Luis Camnitzer (Uruguay), Nidhal Chamekh (Tunisia), Chen Chieh-jen (Taiwan), Chto Delat (Russia), Tiffany Chung (Vietnam), Carlos Cruz-Diez (Venezuela), Blue Curry (Bahamas), Danica Dakić (Bosnia), Gohar Dashti (Iran), Jose Dávila (Mexico), Gilles Elie-Dit-Cosaque (France), Patricia Esquivias (Venezuela), Etcetera (Argentina/Chile), İnci Eviner (Turkey), Rita Fischer (Uruguay), Fokus Grupa (Croatia), Jeanno Gaussi (Afghanistan), Kendell Geers (South Africa), Gil & Moti (Israel), Marina Gržinić & Aina Šmid (Slovenia), Rula Halawani (Palestine), Hoang Duong Cam (Vietnam), HowDoYouSayYaminAfrican?, IRWIN Group (Slovenia), Délio Jasse (Angola), Hiwa K (Iraq), Šejla Kamerić (Bosnia), Krištof Kintera (Czech Republic), Barbora Kleinhamplová (Czech Republic), Katarzyna Kozyra (Poland), Wiz Kudowor (Ghana), Nedim Kufi (Iraq), Miriam Syowia Kyambi (Kenya), Lee Yongbaek (Korea), Zbigniew Libera (Poland), Lucía Madriz (Costa Rica), MAP Office (Morocco/France), Misheck Masamvu (Zimbabwe), Vincent Michéa (France/Senegal), Ivan Moudov (Bulgaria), Lada Nakonechna (Ukraine), Moataz Nasr (Egypt), Aimé Ntakiyica (Burundi), Mahmoud Obaidi (Iraq), OPAVIVARÁ! (Brazil), Open Group (Ukraine), Luis González Palma (Guatemala), Jorge Pardo (Cuba), Pratchaya Phinthong (Thailand), Cameron Platter (South Africa), Shahpour Pouyan (Iran), Ana Prvački (Serbia), Pors & Rao (India/Denmark), Mykola Ridnyi (Ukraine), Luciana Rondolini (Argentina), Steve Sabella (Palestine), Georges Senga (Congo), Sheng Qi (China), Regina Silveira (Brazil), Dimitar Solakov (Bulgaria), Sun Yuan & Peng Yu (China), Teppei Kaneuji (Japan), Barthélémy Toguo (Cameroon), Tromarama (Indonesia), Rodrigo Valenzuela (Chile), Mona Vatamanu & Florin Tudor (Romania/Switzerland), Ryszard Waśko (Poland), Pavel Wolberg (Russia), Nil Yalter (Turkey), Héctor Zamora (Mexico), Arseny Zhilyaev (Russia).
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92 visual artists and art collectives from 53 countries: PRŌTOCOLLUM 2015/16 now available
Berlin-based DICKERSBACH KUNSTVERLAG presents the second issue of PRŌTOCOLLUM, an annually published artists’ journal dedicated to non-Western contemporary visual artists, art narratives and art history. Honouring its motto Global Perspectives on Visual Vocabulary, PRŌTOCOLLUM’s issue for 2015/16 features contributions by 92 visual artists and art collectives from 53 count...
If you are in Hamburg today, please join us for a symposium on the role of art in intercultural communication:
"Was ist ein Dialog auf Augenhöhe? - Die Rolle der Kunst im interkulturellen Austausch".
Alexander Koch, Frank Alva Buecheler, Mallence Bart-Williams and Safia Dickersbach will be discussing with moderator Kolja Reichert....
It is starting today at 3 pm at Millerntor-Stadion auf St. Pauli (Haupttribüne und Südkurve), Harald-Stender-Platz 1, 20359 Hamburg.
For more information, check out here: https://calendar.boell.de/en/node/103557
Prōtocollum’s first official international launch event was held in Moscow, Russia, on June 9th. Art critics, curators, museum directors and some of the journal’s contributing artists came together to meet and talk about PRŌTOCOLLUM’s inaugural issue, but also about the current state of contemporary art in Russia under the circumstances of a growing antagonism between Russia and the Western world. PRŌTOCOLLUM’s focus on non-Western contemporary visual art therefore gained an ...additional equivocal meaning here in Moscow. The event took place on the O2 Lounge on the rooftop of Moscow’s Ritz Carlton hotel with sweeping beautiful views of the inner city’s skyline and the Kremlin. It was held on the eve of the opening of the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art in Gorky Park which convened a number of international art professionals in the city. Both the venue and the timing made Moscow a perfect place for PRŌTOCOLLUM's international launch. A lot of interesting and productive conversations followed in the days after the event when I again met PRŌTOCOLLUM's guests and all the others who were invited, but couldn't come to our event, during various ceremonies on the occasion of the Garage museum opening.
Many thanks to all of you who joined us for PRŌTOCOLLUM's event in Moscow. I appreciate your ideas and suggestions which contributed immensely to a lively discussion. I am encouraged by all the motivating feedback I received from all of you. I am confident about a successful further development of PRŌTOCOLLUM and I can't wait to see all of you and the interesting art scene in Moscow again, very soon!
Event photos by @Vladislav Shatilo
Many thanks to DAMn°magazine!
(Page 50, Emanuel Tegene). @Pit Stenkhoff
Here is a sneak preview of some of the pages and artists artworks featured in PRŌTOCOLLUM's first Issue. 72 artists and art collectives from 54 countries across the non-Western art world. Take a glimpse at what the artists contributed, no ads, no theoretical restrictions, just pure art works selected by the artists themselves.
PRŌTOCOLLUM has been presented last week in London and will now be launched in France during the art fair week in Paris from October 22nd to October 26th. Further launch events will take place during this year’s upcoming art fairs in Abu Dhabi, Istanbul, Turin and Miami.
PRŌTOCOLLUM will soon be available in selected bookstores. Online orders of the journal will be possible through the website of the publishing house www.dickersbach.net starting November 1, 2014.
Art Radar Asia spoke to Soheila Sokhanvari (Iran) one of the contributing artist of PRŌTOCOLLUM art journal
Amir Fattal, the Image of your work is also in this article ‘From the End to the Beginning’ (video still), 2014.
72 Artists from 54 countries: PRŌTOCOLLUM - A new kind of artists’ journal dedicated to non-Western contemporary art
PRŌTOCOLLUM, the new and innovative artists’ journal by Berlin based DICKERSBACH KUNSTVERLAG, presents an international survey of contemporary non-Western art, art narratives and art history. Honouring its motto Global Perspectives on Visual Vocabulary, PRŌTOCOLLUM features 72 artists and art collectives from 54 countries across Eastern Europe, A...