Editors: Lotte Dinse, Agnes D. Schofield

Authors: Fabian Arlt and Hans-Jürgen Arlt, Lotte Dinse, Haris Giannouras, Constanza Mendoza, Prof. Dr. Beate Reifenscheid, Roger Rohrbach, Agnes D. Schofield

English, German

Printed & published by Kettler GmbH, Bönen

Salon Publishing House Cologne

160 pages

3 x 4 m, Special Price 99 €

Boris Lurie and / und Wolf Vostell
Art after the Shoah / Kunst nach der Shoah

Ed. Daniel Koep, Eckhart Gillen, texts by Rudij Bergmann, Tom Freudenheim, Eckhart Gillen, Bram Groenteman, Daniel Koep, Beate Reifenscheid, Dorothea Schöne, Gertrude Stein, Katharina Sykora, graphic design by Rutger Fuchs

English, German

2022. 336 pages, 300 illustrations

Paperback with Flaps


24.00 x 28.00 cm

ISBN 978-3-7757-5216-9

Fragilité (fragility) is the central theme in Anne and Patrick Poirier’s work, which shines through their entire œuvre. Their works investigate various aspects concerning culture, collective and individual memory, the world of objects, and nature.

In this catalogue, current positions as well as central concepts of past exhibitions are summarised and vividly elucidated through well-founded texts. Anne and Patrick Poirier question memory by using buried and overlaid relics, linking the idea of an ancient city with the neural networks of the human brain and thus drawing lines of connection to today’s, often dystopian, human actions. Their often installative works raise questions and provide food for thought without providing answers. They do not cite antiquity out of nostalgia, but understand it as a timeless phenomenon that can be viewed, interpreted and expanded again and again anew. Starting out from remembering and forgetting, they developed the notion of the fragility of our existence as a continuous questioning of the state of the world.


200 pages

Edited by Beate Reifenscheid

With contributions by Tony Cragg, Laure Martin-Poulet and Beate Reifenscheid, with excerpts from the artists’ diaries and an interview of the artists by Danielle C. March.

Wienand-Verlag Köln (2022)

ISBN 978-3-86832-718-2


151 pages

Publisher: Beate Reifenscheid

with texts by Beate Reifenscheid and Dieter Honisch

Hardcover, 85 pages with illustrations in colour and black and white, 22.5 x 28.5 cm

Kerber Publishing House Bielefeld

ISBN: 978-3-86678-334-8

The coincidental, the flowing, the brief pausing of the moment are characteristics of her expression: Shaped by Buddhist philosophy, the Korean Yoon-Hee, who has lived in France since the 1980s, also absorbs Western influences and conceptually combines the apparently opposite in her unique sculptures. In more than three decades, she created an oeuvre that was initially associated with Minimal Art. Since then, however, her focus has been on capturing time, culminating in a single moment. For the first time, the catalog includes essential developments in her sculptural work, her in-situ works and large-format drawings.


256 pages

Edited by Beate Reifenscheid

With contributions from Sim Eunlog, Jinsang Yoo, Airyung Kim. Additionally with interview excerpts.

Wienand-Verlag Köln

ISBN: 978-3-86832-717-5

Ludwig Museum Revue 1992/2012 – 20 Years Ludwig Museum Koblenz

The revue “20 Years Ludwig Museum” is published on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Ludwig Museum in the Deutschherrenhaus, Koblenz, September 2012. It provides insights into a variety of exhibitions as well as events and happenings, without being able to be complete. The texts are largely taken from the museum’s own press releases.


Beate Reifenscheid (ed.)


Druckerei Heinrich GmbH, Koblenz



Catalogue for the exhibition at the Ludwig Museum and the Osthaus Museum, Hagen

Publisher: Ludwig Museum Koblenz, Beijing Guochuang Culture & Art Co., Ltd, Osthaus Museum Hagen

With texts by Prof. Dr. Beate Reifenscheid, Prof. Dr. Dieter Ronte, Dr. Tayfun Belgin, Larissa Wesp
30 x 21,5 cm,
120 pages, with 54 colour illustrations,
GrafikMediaProduktionsmanagement, Cologne

Bernar Venet

With texts by Thomas McEvilley and Bernar Venet

Publication accompanying the exhibition “Bernar Venet” from 15 June to 18 August at the Ludwig Museum Koblenz

168 pages
Publisher: Benteli

Edited by Ludwig Museum Koblenz and Galerie Galerie Zdenek Sklena

With texts by Karel Malich, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Beate Reifenscheid, Tomáš Vlček

Dimensions 45 x 33 cm

Indigoprint Prague


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