A message to collectors of my work. It has been brought to my attention that I seem to have published a non-existent book. Artist Joachim Schmid has apparently laid hands on a few copies and is offering them for sale here at a price that in any case would appear to be more reasonable than the copies offered on Amazon.com. Please be advised that I myself haven’t seen any copies of this book yet, though some people say: “good name. great book.”
From June 6 till September 22 One Swimming Pool will be on view at the Museum Brandthorst (München) in the exhibition Ed Ruscha Books & Co. This is to a large extent a prolongation of the show that was at Gagosian earlier. Besides this show there will also be other books, photographs and paintings by Ruscha on view.
On this new page on my site I will start adding pdf’s of poetry, translations, (visual) essays and such that I published in years past, mostly from literary magazines, and mostly in Dutch.
Paul Soulellis will present the Library of the Printed Web at The Book Affair, at the opening of the 55th Venice Biennale, 29–31 May. The presentation will include my work and that of some 30 other artists, including Penelope Umbrico, Joachim Schmid, David Horvitz, Fraser Clark, Mishka Henner, Guthrie Lonergan, Lauren Thorson, Clement Valla, and Jason Huff.