Lenz publishes books on contemporary art, photography, architecture and design.
Our imprint includes catalogues, monographs, theory and artist books.
The first reference monograph dedicated to the artist and audio investigator, this book analyzes a practice that has been consistently exploring ‘the politics of listening’ and the role of sound and voice within the law and human rights.
Lam-See Lam’s storytelling develops through text, animations, and sculptural installations. Her multifaceted stories explore the narrative of the Cantonese diaspora in Sweden and examine questions of cultural identity.
A richly illustrated publication accompanying the experimental noise project as durational solo performance by Marco Fusinato for the Australia Pavilion at the 59th International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia.
This catalogue explores some of the pivotal themes of the artist’s research, from her interest in crossing and redefining the border between interior and exterior to the relationship between the aesthetic object and its institutional context.
The first monograph dedicated to Paloma Bosquê addresses the Brazilian artist’s ways of understanding and giving shape to that matter which can be perceived, but not rationalized.
Published in conjunction with a solo exhibition at Kunst Museum Winterthur, this book provides the first overview of Altmann’s work to date, characterized by a strongly socio-critical consciousness, and reveals the artist’s influences and inspirations.