Alexandra Germer

The heat of summer is upon us – and thanks to New York's roving pop-up magazine shop Bye Bye Neighbor, you can laze in the sun and leaf through a publication in the great outdoors.

 CBA Collections Item “Terrorism” by Edna Lazaron (1985). Mixed media sculptural work. Number 4 in an edition of 6. Signed and dated by the artist.

CBA Collections Item “Terrorism” by Edna Lazaron (1985). Mixed media sculptural work. Number 4 in an edition of 6. Signed and dated by the artist.

For this installment of Shoptalk, Spike sat down with Corina Reynolds, the Executive Director of Center for Book Arts, who aims to make hands-on experiences with book arts accessible to us all. 

 Manfred Pernice, Baum , 2020, metal, iron, 138 x 97 x 93 cm

Manfred Pernice, Baum, 2020, metal, iron, 138 x 97 x 93 cm

Spike editors Colin Lang and Alexandra Germer went 50/50 on Berlin Gallery Weekend, traversing the city in pursuit of art and optimism.

 Maria Lai,  Senza titolo , 2009 Wood, thread, paint, cloth, wool, nails, 52 x 54 x 5.5 cm

Maria Lai, Senza titolo, 2009
Wood, thread, paint, cloth, wool, nails, 52 x 54 x 5.5 cm

“Female Minimal: Abstraction in the Expanded Field” at Thaddaeus Ropac

Jakob Kudsk Steensen, Catharsis, 2019–2020
Supported by CONNECT, BTS Outdoor installation at the Serpentine Galleries

Jakob Kudsk Steensen at Serpentine Gallery Online

By Victoria Campbell, Katja Novitskova, Alexandra Germer, Julian-Jakob Kneer, and Alexander Koch