Open House

Open House

Open House (1998-2001) has given curators the opportunity to work in partnership with Book Works to commission, develop and promote innovative new practices. Initiated to encourage an active dialogue between artists and curators, Open House also seeks out new audiences.

Publish and Be Damned curated by Matthew Higgs (1999), commissioned publications by Jeremy Deller, Inventory, Frances Stark, and the anthology Seven Wonders of the World.

In 2000 Stefan Kalmár, curated Access/Excess, with four publications by Doug Aitken, Angela Bulloch, Janice Kerbel and Nils Norman.

Craig Martin curated Warm Seas (2001) for the third and final year of Open House , commissioning four new books by Rainer Ganahl, Thomas Hirschhorn, Daniel Jewesbury and Christian Nold.

Rainer Ganahl
2001
£7.50
Daniel Jewesbury
2001
£7.50
Christian Nold
2001
£7.50
Jeremy Deller
1999
£9.95
1999
Out of print
Frances Stark
1999
Out of print
Doug Aitken
2000
Out of print
Janice Kerbel
2000
Out of print
Nils Norman
2000
Out of print
Edited by Matthew Higgs
1999
£4.95
Inventory
1999
Out of print
News/Events
2001
Janice Kerbel
1999
1 leaf (recto-verso)
Christian Nold
2001
2 leaves (recto)
Inventory
1999
1 leaf (recto)
Matthew Higgs; Book Works
2001
1 leaf (recto-verso)
Jeremy Deller
1999
1 leaf (recto,verso)
Matthew Higgs (ed.)
1999
1 leaf (recto,verso)
Curated by Craig Martin
2001
5 leaves (recto)
Curated by Stefan Kalmár
2000
1 leaf (recto)
Suzanne Cotter
2001
2 leaves (recto)
Michael Bracewell
2001
1 leaf (recto)
Mark Irving
2001
2 leaves (recto)
Gregory Williams
2001
1 leaf (recto)
Curated by Stefan Kalmár
2000
2 leaves (recto-verso)
Jeremy Deller
1999
6 leaves (recto)
Matthew Higgs, Jeremy Deller
1999
1 leaf (recto)
Emyr Lewis, Matthew Higgs, Jeremy Deller
1999
1 leaf (recto)