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Mon 23 January 2017
Discover Münster and Karlsruhe with our latest citybooks
In 2016, citybooks touched down in Münster and Karlsruhe in the context of the Frankfurter Buchmesse. For these special editions, we invited a Flemish, Dutch and German author ánd a photographer to make a city portrait. Check out the first results!
© Wolfgang A. Müller - presentation citybooks Münster 15.11.2016, from left to right: Anna Eble, Carmien Michels, Hermann Wallmann, Sofie Knijff, Erik Lindner and Alida Bremer
Erik Lindner, Carmien Michels, Alida Bremer and photographer Sofie Knijff travelled to Münster.
Alida Bremer was In Search of Water. Read up on her quest in German, Dutch or English.
Sofie Knijff made a contemporary tableau of people of Münster, based on the portraits of nobility in the ‘Friedenssaal’ (Peace Hall) of the City Hall. Look at the whole series.
More on citybooks Münster?
- On November 15, 2016 citybooks Münster was presented in the Theatertreff. This evening reached the German press: Westfälische Nachrichten and DNLit both sent reporters.
- Carmien Michels' citybook Niet lang meer will first be published in a preliminary publication elsewhere, but for us she discussed her experience in Münster ánd she gladly gives you a glimpse of her text already (in Dutch):
We sent the three poets Maarten van der Graaff, Els Moors, Monika Rinck and the Portuguese photographer João Tabarra to Karlsruhe.
Monika Rinck’s series of poems Karlsruhe Reversible Image, September 2016 can be read in the original, German version, or in the Dutch or English translation.
João Tabarra captured the city in one of the most unconventional photo series of citybooks. View his exciting series '24 failed attempts to 'build' a postcard' and then read about João Tabarra’s intention underlying his series.
© João Tabarra - Hot mountain and standing man, Karlsruhe
More on citybooks Karlsruhe?
- Maarten van der Graaff’s and Els Moors’ texts will be published soon. Maarten van der Graaff already gives you an exclusive glimpse behind the scenes (in Dutch).
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