A Space for Books — Nieuwe Herengracht 11 Amsterdam

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Stephan Keppel, Soft Copy Hard Copy

In 2018 Stephan Keppel started collecting works and stories of Amsterdam; the city where he lives, and works. The city is constantly changing, and so are the visible, invisible, social and historic structures. In ‘Soft Copy Hard Copy’ Stephan Keppel explores and organizes these structures, creating an organic index of the city. This book is part of Keppel’s ongoing research on the public space, urban structures and reproduction, and is combining his own photographs with re-photographed archival material, texts and other (online and offline) found footage.

For ENTER ENTER Stephan will expand his book into the project-space, creating installations based on the pages of the book, investigating the relation between the book and the space as a form of representation, and re-creation.

For his exhibition at ENTER ENTER Stephan Keppel made a limited edition of SOFT COPY HARD COPY. Each edition includes a unique print which Stephan creates by overprinting a page of the original book with another page from the book. These 120 unique prints will be distributed over 120 books for this edition. Editions are wrapped, stamped, signed and numbered and randomly distributed. The edition is only available during the exhibition (8 Jan. –  7 Feb. 2021). The book is deisgned with Hans Gremmen and published by Fw:Books.

Covid-19: We are currently closed for public, due to Covid-regulations. We will be posting online regularly installations which Stephan is creating in our space. As soon as the rules allow it, we will be open for the public.

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A R C H I V E

05 — Stephan Keppel, Soft Copy Hard Copy

8 Jan. — 7 Feb. 2021

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04 — Printed Matter’s NY Art Book Fair, ROOM C

3 Sept. — 3 Oct. 2020

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03 — Read Books, Buy Books, Buy Local

Spring/Summer 2020

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02 — TEST PRESS, 20 Years of Student Publications 1999-2019

25 Jan. — 29 Feb. 2020

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01 — Karel Martens, Re-Printed Matter, 60 Years of Books

26 Oct.— 20 Dec. 2019

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