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NHK Koyxen - Dance Classics Vol.IIIPAN 35 (2013)Kouhei Matsunaga’s ‘Dance Classics Vol.III’ is the continuation of his o...
09/12/2023

NHK Koyxen - Dance Classics Vol.III

PAN 35 (2013)

Kouhei Matsunaga’s ‘Dance Classics Vol.III’ is the continuation of his ongoing development of his more dance oriented material, as seen from his sets with Sensational and also his other minimal techno project NHK. Not feeling tied down to one genre, Matsunaga nestles in the PAN roster, and however that isn’t to say that he is dance per se as witnessed from his recent collaborations with Conrad Schnit- zler. The album focuses more on bass/base electronics, music for the dancefloor and/or altered state reflection. Having composed pieces for WDR based on Henry Chopin, Kouhei is equally at ease jam- ming with Sensational, whilst simultaneously executing a obsessively numerical sequence of dance pieces that borders on Hanne Darboven-like compulsivity.

Born in Osaka, Kouhei Matsunaga is a musician and an illustrator. He started drawing during child- hood under the influence of his grandfather. He grew up listening to hardcore- techno and hip hop, studied architecture and has been mainly making music since 1992. Under many different aliases (NHK, NHKyx, Internet Magic, Koyxen) he has released numerous albums on labels such as Skam Records, Wordsound, Raster Noton and his first ever album “Upside Down” on Mille Plateaux in 1998. He has also collaborated with artists like Merzbow, Jungle Brothers’ Sensational, Autechre’s Sean Booth, Mika Vainio, Conrad Schnitzler, Anti Pop Consorium’s High Priest, Rudolf Eb.er, Puppetmastaz crew, Asmus Tietchens, Ralf ‘RLW’ Wehowsky and so on. His own label Flying Swimming was founded in 2002 with the main purpose being to publish and curate events of experimental contemporary music and art.

The LP is mastered and cut by Rashad Becker at D&M, pressed on 140g vinyl. It is packaged in a pro- press color jacket which itself is housed in a silk screened pvc sleeve with artwork by Kathryn Politis & Bill Kouligas.

Strange FruitZoe LeonardPaula Cooper GalleryStrange Fruit accompanies Zoe Leonard's exhibition of the same name at the P...
06/12/2023

Strange Fruit
Zoe Leonard
Paula Cooper Gallery

Strange Fruit accompanies Zoe Leonard's exhibition of the same name at the Paula Cooper Gallery, 1993.

The exhibition Strange Fruit began as a means of consolation for the artist after the death of a friend, but now presents a wide range of possible readings, including a meditation on loss and mortality. The fruit skins—emptied, dried, faded, repaired, and ornamented—have the feel of relics, almost like photographs. Transformed by the artist's delicate mending, they are subject to effects of time that are as unpredictable as they are inevitable.

Taking its title from a song by Billie Holiday, Strange Fruit is unique in its materials but not in its themes. It recalls the venerable tradition of vanitas still-life paintings, which show objects that suggest the fleeting nature of life, such as a flickering candle or a wilting flower. Far more direct than a picture, Strange Fruit actually will decay. By introducing the natural rhythms of a work of art's life into the museum setting, Strange Fruit raises questions about the permanence of art, and whether it resides in objects, ideas, or people's experiences and memories.

Learn to read artLawrence WeinerPrinted Matter, Art MetropoleLearn To Read Art : An Exhibition of Artists’ Books and Mul...
02/12/2023

Learn to read art
Lawrence Weiner
Printed Matter, Art Metropole

Learn To Read Art : An Exhibition of Artists’ Books and Multiples From The Permanent Collection of Art Metropole
AA Bronson, Lawrence Weiner, Richard Prince

“Although the contemporary artist’s book emerged early in the twentieth century, it was not until the sixties that it came into its own as a medium ideally suited to the needs of Fluxus and Conceptual artists of the period; thus our exhibition picks up this thread of history in the postwar years and follows it into that period of intense evolution which was the sixties and early seventies.”
–AA Bronson

This is the catalog from Learn to Read Art: An Exhibition of Artists’ Books and Multiples from the Permanent Collection of Art Metropole, an exhibition organized by Printed Matter and Art Metropole and presented at Art Basel. It contains the title, publisher, dimensions, and a very brief description of each of the 287 works from this exhibition, arranged alphabetically by artist. There are no images except for a graphic design by Richard Prince's morbid take on the Pl***oy logo, reproduced on the back cover and the bottom of each page. The cover is designed by Lawrence Weiner

Siedlung (special edition)Erik van der WeijdeRoma PublicationsComes with a numbered, sewn in quire with 4 CMYK-silkscree...
01/12/2023

Siedlung (special edition)
Erik van der Weijde
Roma Publications

Comes with a numbered, sewn in quire with 4 CMYK-silkscreens of Siedlung churches.

Signed and numbered, edition 40
2008

256+10 pages
offset printed and silkscreen in the Netherlands

Kushtetuta?  #1Petrit Halilaj & Alvaro Urbano (Eds.)Graphic design by Menno Harder Contributions by A.K Burns/Katherine ...
26/11/2023

Kushtetuta? #1
Petrit Halilaj & Alvaro Urbano (Eds.)

Graphic design by Menno Harder
Contributions by A.K Burns/Katherine Hubbard, Aleksandra Domanović, Alvaro Urbano, notes on Beatriz Preciado,
Gertrude Stein, Henrik Olesen, Jean Genet, Lucy Coggle, Martin Enoch Hansen, Petrit Halilaj, Shahryar Nashat,
Sokol Ferizi, Tefta Tashko and Youdneverwerethat

Impulse – Volume 5 Number 4 + Volume 6 Number 1, 1977Eldon Garnet (Ed.)Impulse [b]‘Disposable Sculptures. The space occu...
17/11/2023

Impulse – Volume 5 Number 4 + Volume 6 Number 1, 1977
Eldon Garnet (Ed.)
Impulse [b]

‘Disposable Sculptures. The space occupied by an activity. The time used between spaces to concentrate on problems in art. The following photographs are proposals for a series of sculptures with performers yet to be executed. Each photograph is a working plan for a sculpture with performers. Any person may make the sculpture according to the information contained in an individual photograph.’
Les Levine.

Condition note: the cover might be in worn conditions due to its long-term storage

#1977

Curtain ShowTacita Dean, Céline Condorelli and Gavin Wade, Hannah JamesEastside ProjectsCurtain Show revolves around Lil...
07/11/2023

Curtain Show
Tacita Dean, Céline Condorelli and Gavin Wade, Hannah James
Eastside Projects

Curtain Show revolves around Lilly Reich’s Silk and Velvet Café at the Women’s Fashion Exhibition in Berlin, in 1927. The trade fairs of the 19th century and early 20th century were places of great innovation in the fields of art and design, and a phenomenal example is Reich’s ‘Café’; but they were also inevitably sites of alliance between political power and design. Reich’s bold exposition of gold and silver silk and black, orange and red velvet draped over chromed-steel tubular frames created a maze of spaces in which visitors and traders were enveloped in a pioneering example of a temporary environment formed by the content of the exhibition. Starting from the installation’s complex spatial position and ambiguous political one, Curtain Show unfolds this dual role as curtains form background and foreground in a meeting of curtain works.

Hannah Weinberger ‎– As If I Became Upside Down, Right Side Up (LP)Apparent ExtentA: Part 1 (19:12)B: Part 2 (18:47)This...
06/11/2023

Hannah Weinberger ‎– As If I Became Upside Down, Right Side Up (LP)
Apparent Extent

A: Part 1 (19:12)
B: Part 2 (18:47)

This record documents the multi-channel-sound installation As If I Became Upside Down, Right Side Up? (2013) by Hannah Weinberger, 60:00 min. loop, granite quarry stones and boulders in various sizes, cables, exciters, amplifiers.

Field recording by Hannah Weinberger, April 19, 2015 at Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof

Sound and stone engineering by Christian Frick, Rocket Science, Zuerich
Mixed and edited by Volker Zander
Mastered by Joerg Follert

Photos by Dominik Hodel, Saskia Bannasch, Christian Hinz, Michael Pfisterer.
Graphic design by Volker Zander

Produced in cooperation with Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof, Kunsthaus Bregenz and Kunsthaus Glarus.

Presented on the occasion of the exhibitions:

"As If I Became Upside Down, Right Side Up" at Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof, April 18 - July 26, 2015

"Hannah Weinberger" at Kunsthaus Bregenz, October 18, 2014 - January 11, 2015

Dans la Chambre VerteSam FallsJSBJBlack and White laser printAn original photo print is pasted on the cover (Fujicolor)E...
11/09/2023

Dans la Chambre Verte
Sam Falls
JSBJ

Black and White laser print

An original photo print is pasted on the cover (Fujicolor)

Edition of 50 copies, numbered

Bidoun  #25 - a brief moment in time(2011)Contributors include: Magdi Mostafa, William Wells, Mahmoud Othman, Abdel-Hali...
05/09/2023

Bidoun #25 - a brief moment in time
(2011)

Contributors include: Magdi Mostafa, William Wells, Mahmoud Othman, Abdel-Halim Qandil, Egyptian Museum, Doa Aly, Nawal El Saadawi, Ganzeer, The Seif Family, Abdel-Moneim Abou El Fotouh, Sanaa Seif & Hanin Tarek, Hassan Gamal, Omar Nagati, Shahira Amin, Mohamed Abdullatif, Albert Cossery, Mohamed Hamdy Mustafa, Mido Sas, Will Raynolds, Esraa Abdel Fattah, Ramy Raoof, Amina Abaza, Abdallah al Alfy, Marie Antoinette Castelli, Mona Khalil, Heather Nagy, Susie Nassar, Zahara, Jarett Kobek, Jenna Krajeski, Sophia Al-Maria, Sherine Amr, Perry Moataz, Nancy Mounir

Betty-Bad-Rep.Marten Damgaard, Magnus Leifsson5FDPRESS & Sort HatSilk-screened print cover.100 copies made.
02/09/2023

Betty-Bad-Rep.
Marten Damgaard, Magnus Leifsson
5FDPRESS & Sort Hat

Silk-screened print cover.
100 copies made.

KykladesAli BosworthGottlund VerlagThe photographs in Kyklades were taken in the summer of 2008 during a trip to the ser...
01/09/2023

Kyklades
Ali Bosworth
Gottlund Verlag

The photographs in Kyklades were taken in the summer of 2008 during a trip to the series of Greek islands of the same name.

Four color digitally printed.
Hand sewn binding.
Edition of 300

The IncubatorMartinez GalleryArtists: 45RPM , BICER , BRK 192, CERES, CESK, END, FRESH, HAEL, IMON, KANS, KAPUT, KATO, K...
31/08/2023

The Incubator
Martinez Gallery

Artists: 45RPM , BICER , BRK 192, CERES, CESK, END, FRESH, HAEL, IMON, KANS, KAPUT, KATO, KEATS, KWOTE, MIKE, NICHE, O***M, RELFY, RISOTE, SOCOOL, SPADE, U*I, VENTS 137, ZOMBRA

The Incubator, the third published book by Martinez Gallery, covers the broad spectrum of graffiti culture through the works of 24 artists from North America, Europe, UK and Australia. Beyond disciplines, inhabiting a space between writing, drawing, urban intervention, cartoons, performance and the visual arts, the book shows us how this culture defines its aesthetics - developed through their experiences, explorations and social interactions.

METHODOLOGYHanna Rullmann, Tom Joyes (Eds.)Martinez GalleryArtists: AKBAR, BOB 59, BORTUSK, DEONE, EARL, ELIOTE, FAKE, F...
25/08/2023

METHODOLOGY
Hanna Rullmann, Tom Joyes (Eds.)
Martinez Gallery

Artists: AKBAR, BOB 59, BORTUSK, DEONE, EARL, ELIOTE, FAKE, FELON, FINER, GLOW, GUANO, LOUANE, MAZE, MECHE, MSER, OSKOLKI, PICK 1, POISON, ROICE, SEEYR, STARZ, STAZE, STOCK, SUPER 158, XPOME, RAINMAN

Methodology covers the large spectrum of the practice of graffiti through the works of 28 artists from Europe.

Hana Miletić, The Molem Collective (vinyl)Zakaria HaddouArt Paper EditionsThe Molem Collective gathers a collection of h...
20/08/2023

Hana Miletić, The Molem Collective (vinyl)
Zakaria Haddou

Art Paper Editions

The Molem Collective gathers a collection of hip hop sneakers of the young Morocco-born Zakaria Haddou aka Zak from Molem. He was commissioned by the Croatian-Belgian artist Hana Miletić to portray his collection of 24 pairs of sneakers, bought during the last eighteen months. The succession of different sneakers can be regarded as a short historiography of the hip hop subculture.

The bold aesthetics, reflecting a rather objective approach, is very close to Miletić’s own artistic practice. Haddou is holding up every shoe against a slightly different background which consists of different walls of his bedroom; every close-up is shot from the same side angle.
A record of rap songs, selected by the youngster, reveals more about the remarkable collection and his owner. Here the rigour of the photographic series is played out against the personal tone of the project. Against the background of his favourite songs, Zak shares stories related to his collection that introduce the audience to some landmarks of the hip hop culture. But along the lines of dress codes and status symbols, a more personal story is told, related to the boy’s experience of ‘coming of age’.

The Symbolic Efficiency of the Frame – T.I.C.A.B. 2009(Tirana International Contemporary Art Biennial)Hotel Dajti, 18 Se...
23/07/2023

The Symbolic Efficiency of the Frame – T.I.C.A.B. 2009

(Tirana International Contemporary Art Biennial)

Hotel Dajti, 18 September - 22 October 2009

Edi Muka & Joa Ljungberg
Co-directors of T.I.C.A.B. 2009 | curators of Episode 1

We take this notion as a starting point to enter a
discussion about the complex and manifold nature of “the real” and its many “appearances”, and the various ways how we perceive reality and relate to our history. Independently from which angle we look or what methodology we employ – be it scientific, aesthetic, or philosophical — what interest us are the inherent gaps that manifest themselves in this constantly shifting process of perception. A “frame” or its notion is something we use in order to define, discern or cut off in order to highlight. In other words, a frame or the process of enframing is our way to relate to the ungraspable essence of the reality that surrounds us. The frame thus is not merely a physical construction, but most of all a mental one, a way that helps (or hinders) our perception of the world and the society.

Acknowledgements

TICAB Team
Edi MUKA, Joa LJUNGBERG — Co-directors and curators Episode 1
Ana DZOKIC, Marc NEELEN — curators Episode 2
Corinne Diserens — curator Episode 3

Front page: Jean-Luc Moulène, Faisceaux, Tirana, 2009-10-04.

The Symbolic Efficiency of the Frame – T.I.C.A.B. 2009(Tirana International Contemporary Art Biennial)Hotel Dajti, 18 Se...
23/07/2023

The Symbolic Efficiency of the Frame – T.I.C.A.B. 2009

(Tirana International Contemporary Art Biennial)

Hotel Dajti, 18 September - 22 October 2009

Edi Muka & Joa Ljungberg
Co-directors of T.I.C.A.B. 2009 | curators of Episode 1

We take this notion as a starting point to enter a
discussion about the complex and manifold nature of “the real” and its many “appearances”, and the various ways how we perceive reality and relate to our history. Independently from which angle we look or what methodology we employ – be it scientific, aesthetic, or philosophical — what interest us are the inherent gaps that manifest themselves in this constantly shifting process of perception. A “frame” or its notion is something we use in order to define, discern or cut off in order to highlight. In other words, a frame or the process of enframing is our way to relate to the ungraspable essence of the reality that surrounds us. The frame thus is not merely a physical construction, but most of all a mental one, a way that helps (or hinders) our perception of the world and the society.

Acknowledgements

TICAB Team
Edi MUKA, Joa LJUNGBERG — Co-directors and curators Episode 1
Ana DZOKIC, Marc NEELEN — curators Episode 2
Corinne Diserens — curator Episode 3

Front page: Jean-Luc Moulène, Faisceaux, Tirana, 2009-10-04.

032c  #31Joerg Koch (ed.)032c WorkshopIssue  #31 — Winter 2016/2017HELMUT LANGFrom 1986 to 2005, Helmut Lang systematica...
07/07/2023

032c #31
Joerg Koch (ed.)
032c Workshop

Issue #31 — Winter 2016/2017
HELMUT LANG

From 1986 to 2005, Helmut Lang systematically deconstructed every assumption about clothing and the way it is worn and communicated. As he himself once said, “I kept all the traditions and shades that were good — and then re-thought it all.” The Austrian designer’s lists of “firsts” is so long it could double as conceptual art. Lang was one of the first designers to collaborate with visual artists. The first to show clothing for men and women in a single presentation. The first to pioneer backstage photography as we know it today with Juergen Teller. The first to move a fashion house across the Atlantic… and the list goes on. In a 48-page dossier, 032c Issue 31 explores THE HELMUT LANG LEGACY and how his abrupt exit from the industry in 2005 has been felt like phantom limb in the world of fashion. The comprehensive study features essays by Ingeborg Harms and Ulf Poschardt, a roundtable with Tim Blanks, Olivier Saillard, and Neville Wakefield, an interview with Lang himself, as well as rare material from the Helmut Lang archive.

Is Calabasas the new Abu Dhabi? Are the Californian suburbs the perfect place for new energy experiments in modern apparel? In an editorial shot by MERT & MARCUS and conceptualized by KANYE WEST, 032c travels to the Los Angeles exurb of Calabasas to bathe in the dust of the Wests' under-construction home designed by Axel Vervoordt. The shoot features cameos by KIM KARDASHIAN WEST, KHLOÉ KARDASHIAN, AMINA BLUE, TRAVIS SCOTT, and others.

“At the time we started collaborating, everything in the world of art and fashion was polished. Everything was smooth, so we felt that Prada must be rough.” For the past decade, a windowless concrete hall at the PRADA headquarters has become an architectural gymnasium for REM KOOLHAAS and his firm OMA/AMO. Traveling from Rotterdam to Milan, architecture critic and 032c editor-at-large Jack Self examines the phenomenon of the firm’s catwalks for the Italian mega-house, exploring how Prada and OMA/AMO have teamed up to create the foundation of a new corpor

Details from Works from the Last Twenty Years Jason DodgeMotto BooksEdition of 15+3AP, numbered and signed, 2016.800€ (+...
20/06/2023

Details from Works from the Last Twenty Years

Jason Dodge
Motto Books

Edition of 15+3AP, numbered and signed, 2016.

800€ (+tax)

RMB CityCao Fei, China TracyVitamin PublicationsRMB City is a virtual art community in the online world of Second Life, ...
03/06/2023

RMB City
Cao Fei, China Tracy
Vitamin Publications

RMB City is a virtual art community in the online world of Second Life, initiated by Beijing artist Cao Fei (SL: China Tracy) as a public platform for creativity.

Officially launched in late 2008 as a laboratory for experiments in art, design, architecture, literature, cinema, politics, economy, society, and beyond, RMB City is lately undergoing a new phase of rebirth and regeneration.

Constantly nourished by artistic projects and supported by leading international art institutions and networks, RMB City displays its ever-changing avant-garde urban planning and crosses the boundaries of different languages and new communication media. Offering itself to external contaminations and treading previously unexplored fields, from theatre to music, from traditional forms to new discourses, the city explores this further step of a new existence in the shape of China Tracy’s newly born avatar China Sun.

Open by Chance & AppointmentBen KinmontUn Certain SensAn historical account of Ben Kinmont's bookstore, from the structu...
22/05/2023

Open by Chance & Appointment
Ben Kinmont
Un Certain Sens

An historical account of Ben Kinmont's bookstore, from the structure's origin, the events and publications it has generated. Kinmont also demonstrates how this activity has contributed to his independence as an artist vis-à-vis the commercial art circuit.

Published with Antinomian Press, Air de Paris, Cneai, Christophe Daviet-Thery, Printed Matter, Section 7 Books, Florence Loewy, JRP|Ringier, Art Metropole.

Nuotraukos dokumentams / Photographs for DocumentsVytautas V. StanionisKaunas Photography GalleryVytautas V. Stanionis (...
14/05/2023

Nuotraukos dokumentams / Photographs for Documents
Vytautas V. Stanionis
Kaunas Photography Gallery

Vytautas V. Stanionis (b. 1949) printed photographs from the film of his father, also Vytautas (1917–1966), which contained photographs of Seirijai and surrounding districts’ inhabitants created for documents, they were made in 1946, when the Soviet authorities changed passports to Soviet ones. There is no plot in shots, no acting, no other details, only static faces of people in neutral white background. Nameless faces lose their identity now and become certain allegories of people’s fates in the post-war years.


journal de BertilleJulien CarreynLa Lionel RoseJ. Adam, R. Bacourt, M. Bernard, B. Boros-Turquin, A. Bournazeau, M. Brem...
01/11/2022

journal de Bertille
Julien Carreyn
La Lionel Rose

J. Adam, R. Bacourt, M. Bernard, B. Boros-Turquin, A. Bournazeau, M. Bremer, M. Dorchies, C. Farina, S. Fiorucci, V. Foucher, A. Gayet, J. Jennifer, O. Jones, C. Leconte, J. Lempert, G. Morandi, M. Ogier, B. Porcher, A.Pyvka, C. Raimondi, E. Spalletti, N. Sutter-Shudo, S. Toulouse, S. Verastegui, V. Villard

Printed with Risograph.
Handmade numbered edition of 16.

Description of San Marco by Michel Butor Redescribed by Giovanna SilvaGiovanna Silva  bruno .bruno Michel Butor’s Descri...
30/10/2022

Description of San Marco by Michel Butor Redescribed by Giovanna Silva
Giovanna Silva
bruno .bruno

Michel Butor’s Description of San Marco (1963) is an unusual book; an unorthodox intermingling of overheard dialogue from the iconic Venetian square in question, thick descriptions of persons and buildings, along with sober historical information. In the original, each genre of information is assigned a distinct typography of its own, hence interacting like voices in a play.

Six decades later, the artist Giovanna Silva stumbled upon an English translation of the French essayist’s q***r text in an archive at the New York Public Library. Returning to Venice, she cast her eye to the square and its surrounds, an iconic space at once populated by signs of contemporary life, but also astonishingly unchanged.

111 stanzeGiulia CasartelliEdizioni postali tigre(English / Italian)Between 28 April 2020 and 3 September 2021, Giulia C...
27/10/2022

111 stanze
Giulia Casartelli
Edizioni postali tigre
(English / Italian)

Between 28 April 2020 and 3 September 2021, Giulia Casartelli painted and sent 111 watercolour postcards to as many selected recipients. Each postcard reproduced a fragment of the short story “Clementina Butterfingers” (Edizioni postali tigre, 2022), written by the artist from 2014 to 2020. On 26 September 2021, Giulia started a trip to visit the locations where the postcards are now displayed. She photographed (or has asked the addressees to photograph) these intimate spaces and reproduced them in watercolour. “111 stanze” is an archive of this journey.

Texts by Giulia Casartelli, Camilla Pietrabissa, Elena M. R. Rizzi
Translation: Johanna Bishop
Book design: Federico Antonini



Modernism/Murderism: The Modern Art Debate in KumarNihaal Faizal, Sarasija Subramanian (Eds.)Reliable copy  Modernism/Mu...
24/10/2022

Modernism/Murderism: The Modern Art Debate in Kumar

Nihaal Faizal, Sarasija Subramanian (Eds.)
Reliable copy

Modernism/Murderism, translated by Vasvi Oza, brings together, for the first time in English, a forgotten debate on Modern Art that took place in the pages of the Gujarati-language periodical Kumar between 1959 and 1964. Published across various issues, the debate brings into conversation Pherozeshah Rustomji Mehta, a writer and art connoisseur from Karachi, and Jyoti Bhatt, a young artist who had just begun teaching at the Faculty of Fine Arts, MSU Baroda. While Mehta chose to defend what he believed were the timeless and traditional values of art, Bhatt proposed that Modern Art was no stranger to these values and in fact had much in common with them. Alongside the articles by Mehta and Bhatt, the publication also brings together responses to the debate from various readers who interjected in the 'Readers Write' column of the periodical, as well as notes from Kumar's editor, Bachubhai Ravat, waho informally acted as a mediator. Offering a vantage point from which to view the entry of Modernism and its affiliated discourses into the art practices of the region, this volume proposes itself as a reader to these histories and revisits this crucial moment.

Repost •  Dear hive, the next trip to Lviv is coming up and we are finalizing the shopping cart! We bought 3 generators,...
23/10/2022

Repost • Dear hive, the next trip to Lviv is coming up and we are finalizing the shopping cart! We bought 3 generators, some winter equipment and meds as usual but would love to send more generators since they are urgently needed for cooking and electricity fallouts in the bomb shelters in Kyiv and other cities.
Help us to fill the car by sharing this call and donating!

Thanks to everyone who donated so far, you‘re all amazing ❤️‍🩹

Link in bio or directly to [email protected]

Report as usually after the trip (which btw I will not attend personally since Sophie will bring a family on the way back)

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