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friedrich-im-reich-der-zeichen
friedrich-im-reich-der-zeichen

Friedrich Jochen
Im Reich der Zeichen
Berlin (Deutschland) / -): Selbstverlag, 2011
(Buch) 80 S., 20,3x12,7 cm, 2 Stück.
Broschur. Geschenk von Jochen Friedrich
ZusatzInformation: Im Reich der Zeichen (In the Empire of Signs) presents a selection of the author’s photographs of graffiti, posters, and stickers left on walls in cities around the world. Here, even the walls have opinions, symbolizing the fightback for personal expression in a public space dominated by corporate and governmental signs.
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friedrich-oui-la-france
friedrich-oui-la-france

Friedrich Jochen
Oui, la France
Berlin (Deutschland) / -): Selbstverlag, 2012
(Buch) 40 S., 20,3x12,7 cm,
Broschur. Geschenk von Jochen Friedrich
ZusatzInformation: In April 21012, the French elected a new president. As usual, the election campaigns were highly personalized with portraits of candidates posted everywhere. Many of these were defaced, especially those advertising Marine Le Pen, leader of the ultra right wing party. From the reaction to these posters one would have expected the French to respond to the ambiguous slogan “Oui, la France” with a distinct “Non, merci.” Yet contrary to the seemingly unanimous rejection in the streets, in the polling booths almost 18% of voters said “yes.”
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friedrich-peed
friedrich-peed

Friedrich Jochen
Peed
Berlin (Deutschland) / -): Selbstverlag, 2012
(Buch) 40 S., 20,3x12,7 cm, 2 Stück.
Hardcover, Broschur. Geschenk von Jochen Friedrich
ZusatzInformation: According to popular belief, there were no urinals in museums and art galleries before 1917. Allegedly, Marcel Duchamp was the first to introduce one of these useful objects into an exhibition space. Nearly a century later they are ubiquitous. Captured during a six month sojourn through Europe, this book presents a selection of the finest art museum urinals on the continent.
Published in 2012 as a contribution to ABCED, an ABC Artists’ Books Cooperative project in celebration of Ed Ruscha’s seventy-fifth birthday. The book was taken out of circulation on the occasion of Ed Ruscha’s seventy-sixth birthday on December 16th, 2013.
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friedrich-things-are-different
friedrich-things-are-different

Friedrich Jochen
things are different here - uncollected observations of a restless traveller
Berlin (Deutschland) / -): Selbstverlag, 2010
(Buch) 160 unpag. S., 20,3x12,7 cm, 2 Stück.
Broschur. Geschenk von Jochen Friedrich
ZusatzInformation: ... is a collection of observations made during years of traveling. Some of the things that are different here were observed by the book’s author himself, some of them were observed in other people’s descriptions of their own travels. The collection is a riddle composed of empirical facts, generalizations and popular assumptions, an encyclopedia of truisms that may be true here – whereever that might be – but not necessarily anywhere else.
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