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K. Verlag is a publishing atelier advancing new forms of the “book-as-exhibition.” Since starting the press in 2011, our editorial-curatorial work produces unique geographical and physical encounters in the context of art, science, design, and politics. Previous projects by K. have engaged themes of naturecultures, post/colonialism and ethnography, geopolitics, contemporary history and environmental violence, as well as visual culture, literature, and feminism. Historical archives, including libraries and museums, are assayed via intersectional approaches and hybrid methodologies to explore important issues of our times.

The Berlin-based publishing atelier collaborates internationally with artists and institutions, developing singular volumes, whose materiality and architecture are never exhausted for the purpose of (exhibition) documentation alone. Through its practice, K. pushes the boundaries of the traditional ex-hibition catalog—our publications instead open independent and/or adjacent aesthetic and discursive spaces. Engaged in an intense dialogue with image and text, design and intellect, authors and editors, designers and printers, K. Verlag has been exploring ever different variations of a medium that is far from dead.

To date, K. has published more than 20 publications, including Dora García’s On Reconciliation / Über Versöhnung, which was named one of the 25 Most Beautiful Books by the German Stiftung Buchkunst, as well as The Work of Wind: Land (co-published with The Blackwood Gallery), which won the 2019 Book Design award of the Ontario Association of Art Galleries in Canada. In 2020, K. will launch a new series—Processing Process—as our first, the intercalations: paginated exhibition series, co-published with the Haus der Kulturen der Welt as part of Das Anthropozän-Projekt, comes to a close with the release of its final two volumes.


In May 2020, K. Verlag was named a recipient of the prestigious Deutscher Verlagspreis (German Publishing Prize), which is awarded annually to honor outstanding independent publishers by the Federal Ministry of Culture.


K. Verlag was initially co-founded in 2011 by Anna-Sophie Springer and Charles Stankievech. Since 2015, Anna-Sophie has been the sole operator, director, and manager of K. Verlag from her studio in Berlin-Lichtenberg.

Disclaimer: K. Verlag does not hold any subsidiaries or offices in other locations.




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  • 2020
    10 14, 7 pm (Berlin) & 12 pm (Mexico)

    BOOK TALK. To mark the release of Dora García’s publication, Love with Obstacles (Amor Rojo), the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University in Massachusetts is hosting a virtual book launch and conversation exploring the rich legacy of Alexandra Kollantai. Kollontai (St. Petersburg, 1872–Moscow, 1952) was an October revolutionary, social activist, feminist, and intellectual who was a key agitator for the sexual and social emancipation of women.

    Moderated by Senior Curator-at-Large Ruth Estévez, Dora García will be joined by Rina Ortiz (a Mexican scholar of Kollontai and contributing writer to the book) and Anna-Sophie Springer (the book’s editor and director of its publisher, K. Verlag), and by Shoniqua Roach (Assistant Professor of African and African American Studies & Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies at Brandeis University). Tune in for a lively discussion on Kollantai’s contributions towards protecting women’s rights, the importance of fiction and private correspondence in the construction of political thought, and how Kollantai’s ideas on radical social change continue to inspire and mobilize a new generation of feminist thinkers and activists. The conversation will be hosted online via Zoom Webinar. Please RSVP to receive login credentials! 

  • 10 02-04

    VIDEO PROGRAM & RECEPTION. After 2.5 years of a council ban to host any public art events at our studio compound, the Fahrbereitschaft, our landlord the haubrok foundation finally got permission again. To celebrate this great news we are participating in the weekend of Open Studios with a book table & a re-run of the beautiful outdoor screening program silvopasture works on Friday, 2 Oct, 6–9 pm. We hope to see you on Friday to kick off the days of Open House weekend!

  • 09 18, 3–9 pm

    OUTDOOR SCREENING. For this year’s edition of I NEVER READ, Art Book Fair Basel at Schaulager, Anna-Sophie has curated a one-day outdoor screening for the enormous 7×5-meter LED screens on the building’s facade. Entitled “silvopasture works,” the program presents artistic contributions in print, video, and photography by Elisa Balmaceda, Rosa Barba, Priyanka Basu & Steve Rowell , Carolina Borrero Arias, Dora García, Ana Hupe, Geraldine Juárez, Armin Linke, Hanna Mattes, Martina Pozzan , Ela Spalding, Joel Tauber, Raul Walch, and Tania Willard. Schaulager: Laurenz-Stiftung, Ruchfeldstrasse 19, CH-4142 Basel/Münchenstein.

  • 09 18, 7–9.30 pm

    TOAST. Since the weather is nice here in Berlin, we’ve decided to host a parallel outside screening of silvopasture works on the compound of our Verlagsatelier in FAHRBEREITSCHAFT. Details here and if you’d like to join, please RSVP.

  • 09 17

    NEWSLETTER. Read the latest one here.

  • 09 17–20

    BOOK FAIR. This extraordinary year… if all goes according to plan (sorry, what?!) we will be at I NEVER READ Art Book Fair Basel, at Schaulager, Laurenz-Stiftung, Ruchfeldstrasse 19, 4142 Basel/Münchenstein, Switzerland.

  • 08 20

    LAUNCH. haubrok foundation, 7–9 pm. To celebrate the release of Michel Würthle: Les Trois Mois – 8 Harte Eier the original works on paper are displayed in the new spaces of the haubrok foundation, our partner in realizing this publication. Michel will be there to sign and continue to work a little on some of the editions. RSVP necessary via visit@haubrok.org

  • 08 19

    NEWSLETTER. Read the latest report from the K. atelier here and do click to subscribe to future ones (:

  • 07 23

    LAUNCH. ProjecteSD, Barcelona, 6 pm. To celebrate the release of Love with Obstacles (Amor Rojo), Dora García’s gallery in Barcelona is hosting a launch and presentation by the artist. Dora will focus on the intersectional connections in Love with Obstacles (Amor Rojo) that link Kollontai’s fight for women and labor with these contemporary struggles against structural injustice. As a current precaution, the guest list is limited; kindly RSVP at ProjecteSD if you’d like to attend.

  • 07 17

    LAUNCH. 8 pm CEST / 2 pm EST. Marking the release of Unpacking my Library, or, The Autobiography of Teddy—and also to commemorate the first appearance of Walter Benjamin’s text “Ich packe meine Bibliothek aus” [Unpacking My Library] in the magazine Die Literarische Welt on this day 89 years ago—join us for a live reading with the author Allen S. Weiss. [RSVP for conference link]

  • 07 07

    NEWSLETTER. A summary of joyful summer news.

  • 05 18

    AWARD. K. Verlag was awarded a Deutscher Verlagspreis 2020 (German Publishing Prize) by the Federal Ministry of Culture. We are most grateful for this fantastic recognition. This is the best. Congratulations to all the other bookmakers, too! [ Jury Statement in German]

  • 2019
    12 15

    LAUNCH. If in Berlin, please join us for a cosy evening brimming with love! Come to the fantastic Zabriskie bookshop and listen to Hanna Mattes reading the poems from her stunningly illustrated publication, The Lunar System

  • 12 13

    NEWSLETTER. The announcement of the presentation by Hanna Mattes for “The Lunar System” is now archived here.

  • 11 26

    AWARD. “The Work of Wind: Land,” co-edited last year by Christine Shaw & Etienne Turpin—and designed in collaboration with the amazing Katharina Tauer—has won this year’s “Best Book Design Award” in the Canadian OAAG competition of the Ontario Association of Art Galleries. Huge congratulations to everyone involved. We are especially proud since it’s already the second national design award K. received this year together with Katharina!

  • 10 19–11 30

    EXHIBITION. “…where books take shape and materials lose form…” Exhibition by Nina Canell, Robin Watkins, and K. Verlag at Progetto Gallery, Via Idomeneo 72, Lecce, Italia; by appointment; more info here.

  • 10 18

    LAUNCH. “…where the market dwellers will be invited to colour in and get lost in the potentiality of vegetable shapes…” The “Vegetable Teratology Colouring Book” @ Le Maniffature Knos indoor market, Via Vecchia Frigole 36, Lecce, Italia, 18h30–21h00.

  • 10 18

    NEWSLETTER. If you’d like to re-read the mail-out about the time at Progetto with Nina Canell & Robin Watkins, please go here.

  • 10 06–27

    RESIDENCY. “Together. To gather. Collate, col-, act, collect. Glue together, colla, collaborate. Collagenate. Coagulate. Colour in, colorarlo, collaborare. Laborare. Labour together. To gather together. Colander together.” Hosted by Progetto in Lecce, Anna-Sophie had the great fortune to share five-hundred hours together with Nina Canell & Robin Watkins. Collaboratively exploring Lecce town and the surrounding Salento region, this experience culminated in the launch of the “Vegetable Teratology Colouring Book,” co-edited by Nina Canell & Robin Watkins and published by K.

  • 09 12–15

    EDITIONS SHOWROOM. This year, we are among the 12 invited publishers presenting their work in the Salon of the Art Berlin artfair in the building of the former Tempelhof airport. 

  • 09 11–30

    EXHIBITION. The Belmacz gallery in London is pleased to present an exhibition dedicated to artist publications. And we are pleased to be a part of the exhibition entitled “B” with Fantasies of the Library. 

  • 09 06

    AWARD EXHIBITION. The “most beautiful books” selected by Stiftung Buchkunst are being celebrated tonight at the Museum Angewandte Kunst in Frankfurt. We’ll receive our certificate for On Reconciliation. Come join us and meet other publishers, designers, and authors!  

  • 07 06–07

    BOOK FAIR. Excited to visit Cologne for the first time ever and participate in the 5th TCABF curated by our dear friend Mark Von Schlegell at Kölnischer Kunstverein. Yay!

  • 06 17

    AWARD. This winter it was for the first time that we submitted a book to Stiftung Buchkunst’s annual competition for the “25 most beautiful books” in Germany; we are overjoyed that Dora García’s On Reconciliation / Über Versöhnung on the relationship and letter exchange of Martin Heidegger and Hannah Arendt was selected !! 

  • 06 15

    NEWSLETTER. To read up on our June newsletter you can click here and do feel invited to subscribe for the future!

  • 06 12–15

    BOOK FAIR. Be on the look-out for our books at the Art Book Fair Basel taking place at Kaserne Basel! All info here ineverread.com.

  • 05 23-26

    EXHIBITION. Even if you aren’t currently in London: The exhibition Over everything which exists under the sky curated for the Gasworks Curatorial Residents’ Open Studio also includes an online archive, which includes excerpts from our “intercalations: paginated exhibitions” series—among a whole bunch of other fantastic material. Well worth browsing for a bit!

  • 05 03-05

    BOOK FAIR. Miss Read is a home run and we look forward to meeting friends and colleagues at the Haus der Kulturen. Come say hi! 

  • 04 12–14

    BOOK FAIR & TALK. The little press is going on tour and participating in this year’s Stockholm Art Book Fair. Besides bringing the latest titles to the table, Anna-Sophie Springer, together with coeditor Etienne Turpin, will be giving a short talk about intercalations and other forthcoming projects during the public program.  

  • 03 01 - 06 10

    EXHIBITION. Several friends in Australia sent word about the exhibition After Nature by Janet Laurence, on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, because she has included our book “The Word for World is Still Forest” in her array of objects gathered for the installation “Theatre of Trees.” Many, many thanks, and: chapeau to such a beautiful and thoughtful looking show! 

  • 03 12

    NEWSLETTER. Over the winter, we’ve experimented a little with making more beautiful newsletters and hope you like this first result !

  • 03 14-16

    EXHIBITION & LAUNCH. Paulo Tavares and autonoma (his Brazilian agency for spatial research and intervention), made a beautiful publication—Des-Habitat. We published it on the occasion of the traveling exhibition Bauhaus imaginista’s São-Paulo iteration. Now, we are very pleased to welcome Paulo for the European launch of Des-Habitat at HKW Berlin, where all international chapters of the Bauhaus imaginista exhibition are coming together and where he will present the project as a speaker in the attendant conference.

  • 02 01

    EXCERPT. Read a section of As We Used to Float by Nadim Samman & Julian Charriere online at artsy.net—and if you like it (skip the silly headline) would be great to fulfill your order of the book itself!

  • 01 18

    REVIEW. In their essay, “Spaces of Encounter: The Powerful Act of Reading,” dpr barcelona founders Ethel Baraona Pohl and César Reyes Nájera argue in Architectural Review that books are important generators of public space. The essay includes a significant reflection of our 2015-volume Fantasies of the Library. Recommending also to check out the entire Dec 2018/Jan 2019 issue “Library + Books”, architectural-review.com/buildings/library

  • 2018
    10 19

    OPENING. Disappearing Legacies: The World as Forest—opening of the third part of the travelling exhibition at the Natural History Collections of the Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Domplatz 4, D-06108 Halle/Saale. Doors open at 19h00. More info at reassemblingnature.org

  • 10 11

    TALK. On Reconciliation offers a public reading of a selection of letters by German philosophers Martin Heidegger and Hannah Arendt; it follows artist Dora García’s publication of the same name, bringing together a series of reflections on the correspondence between Arendt and Heidegger, from 1925 to 1975, as a means to think about moral responsibility, ethical indebtedness, and the role of intellectuals in times of political insurgency. This event is presented at Witte de With, Rotterdam, with an introduction about the work of Arendt and Heidegger by Dr. Tina Rahimy, political philosopher and lector of “Social Work in the Super-diverse City” at Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences. 19h00, free admission.

  • 09 26

    OPENING. As We Used to Float—As the recipient of the GASAG Art Prize 2018, Julian Charrière has created a multimedia spatial installation for the Berlinische Galerie that takes visitors underwater in the Pacific Ocean. The exhibition runs until 7 April 2019.

  • 09 16

    LAUNCH. Looking forward to presenting the new volume The Work of Wind: Land in Mississauga, Canada, in parallel to the site-specific exhibition The Work of Wind: Air, Land, Sea taking place in Mississauga from 14 to 23 September. Join us for a conversation with contributors Rouzbeh Akhbari, D.T. Cochrane, Felix Kalmenson, Adrienne Telford, and Tania Willard. The event will be moderated by Etienne Turpin.

  • 06 28, 19h00

    LAUNCH. Join us at the Museo Reina Sofía in Madrid to celebrate the release of Dora García’s new publication On Reconciliation / Über Versöhnung during her solo exhibition Second Time Around. Dora and Anna-Sophie will introduce the book after a reading of Arendt and Heidegger’s letters by Simon Asencio and Adriano Wilfert Jensen.

  • 05 19

    DISPLAY. In the framework of Manifesta12, our intercalations volumes are part of RADICETERNA.org, a new and permanent public library, with an adjacent temporary exhibition space and reading room on Art and Nature, within the Calidarium of the Botanical Gardens, part of the Museums System (SiMUA) of the University of Palermo. Curated by Eveline Wüthrich. Location: Calidarium, Botanical Gardens, Athenaeum Museums System, University of Palermo Palermo, Via Lincoln, 2, 90133 Italy. Opening: 19 May, 18h00 / runs until 4 November 2018.

  • 03 03

    PRESENTATION. Keynote Lecture by Anna-Sophie Springer at the 21st Leeds Contemporary Artists’ Book Fair. Echoing her work in Fantasies of the Library, Anna-Sophie wrote a new performance lecture leading through a selection of “library fantasies” from the real world we’d do well dreaming with in 2018. (18h00, The Tetley, Leeds.) 

  • 01 31

    REVIEW. Nick Thurston writes about Fantasies of the Library in his article “From Secular Temples to Information Warehouses,” in Modernism/modernity, Vol. 25, no. 1, 01/2018, 185–91.

  • 2017
    12 15

    REVIEW. Review of Fantasies of the Library by Chelsea Gunn, in Contemporaneity: Historical Presence in Visual Culture, Vol 6/2017, 89–92.

  • 07 13

    LAUNCH. Join intercalations editors Anna-Sophie Springer and Etienne Turpin for a guided tour of the various natures of the Tiergarten — including its oldest trees — with Berlin-based architect and volume 4 contributor, Sandra Bartoli. During the tour, visitors will also encounter special guests Richard Pell, director of the Center for Postnatural History; Jason Groves, co-editor of the open access blog Feedback; and, Katharina Tauer, designer of the intercalations: paginated exhibitions series. Meeting point: Floraplatz (in front of the “Amazon on horseback”), Tiergarten, 19h00

  • 07 13

    REVIEW. “Landscape and Memory: A Review of The Word for World is Still Forest” — A scholar of German literature, geology, and the Anthropocene, the Jason Groves composed an absolutely beautiful reading of intercalations 4 which he published on the Feedback Blog of Open Humanities Press on the day of our Tiergarten-walk book-launch. Fitting to this event, Jason’s text resonates with the walk and the book through excerpts by Walter Benjamin and Franz Hessel about the Tiergarten and even the Amazon on Horseback sculpture where we departed from with Sandra Bartoli.

  • 06 11

    TOUR. Join intercalations co-editors, Anna-Sophie Springer & Etienne Turpin, for a Guided Tour of the exhibition 2 or 3 Tigers at Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin (15h00)

  • 05 18

    PRESENTATION. Guest lecture by Anna-Sophie Springer in this year’s Ph.D. seminar on “Publication Strategies” at the Research Laboratory, Ecole nationale supérieure des Arts décoratifs, Paris

  • 04 04

    REVIEW. Jussi Parikka, media theorist and author of Geology of Media, reviews Fantasies of the Library for Leonardo On-line

  • 01 18

    REVIEW. The Times Literary Supplement includes a lovely little review of Fantasies of the Library (MIT Press edition, 2016) by Gill Partington

  • 2016
    11 01

    Release of No6092: A Conjectural Catalogue publication at National Gallery of Canada on the occasion of Charles Stankievech’s shortlisting for the Sobey Art Award 2016

  • 10 28

    K. at Edition Book Fair, Toronto, Canada

  • 09 15

    Fantasies of the Library published as a revised, second edition hardcover by the MIT Press, ISBN: 978-0-2620352-0-0

  • 05 14

    These Fantasies of Publishing as Curatorial Practice, a lecture by Anna-Sophie Springer for the Library Residencies program of WARP / g39 gallery, Cardiff, UK

  • 04 21

    Read a new interview by Daisy Nam of the Carpenter Center for Visual Arts, Harvard University, with the intercalations co-editors, Anna-Sophie Springer & Etienne Turpin

  • 04 04

    Fantasies of the Library named a top-five book of the last five years by Eva Weinmayr in the publication 12 Contributors, 5 Publications, 5 Years, eds. Temporary Services. Chicago and Fort Waybe: Half Letter Press, 2016

  • 2015
    12 07

    Review of intercalations 1 & 2 by Amish Morell in C Magazine, No. 128, Dec 2015: 71–2

  • 11 21

    Library Tales at PrintRoom Rotterdam, with Mariana Lanari, Maria Ines Cruz & Lozana Rossenova, and Anna-Sophie Springer, organized by Karin de Jong and Sara Giannini

  • 11 19

    Monument As Ruin, which included the K. Verlag publication The Centre Cannot Hold, at the Agnes Etherington Gallery, Queen’s University wins Best Solo Exhibition 2016 at OAAG Awards

  • 09 29

    “Hvor ble det av bokhosten?” review of Fantasies of the Library by Ellef Prestsaeter in Kunstkritikk.no

  • 09 20

    Paginated Exhibitions: Regine Ehleiter in Conversation with Charles Stankievech at The Classroom, NY Art Bookfair

  • 07 06

    Knowledge x Production x Form: A Conversation with Lindsay Bremner, Joanna Zylinska, Anna-Sophie Springer, and Etienne Turpin at The Show Room, London

  • 07 04

    Becoming-Book, Becoming-Animal, Becoming-Anthropocene: A conversation with Vincent Normand, Ho Tzu Nyen, Katharina Tauer, Etienne Turpin, Anna-Sophie Springer at A Public Library, Berlin

  • 06 14–16

    K. at Miss Read, Art Bookfair Berlin

  • 06 06

    Review of Land & Animal & Nonanimal by Xenia Benivolski in The Art Book Review

  • 04 20

    “Front to Back, Top to Bottom, A New Book Series Reimagines How We Read,” review of intercalations by Megan Liberty in Hyperallergic.com

  • 04 18

    “Reading at the Roche Limit,” review of Fantasies of the Library by Jason Groves for the Feedback blog of Open Humanities Press

  • 04 10

    These Fantasies of the Library: Archiving the Anthropocene, Anna-Sophie Springer and Etienne Turpin in conversation with David Senior and Julia van Haaften at Printed Matter, New York City

  • 04 08

    An Archive for the Anthropoceneintercalations launch at the Center for PostNatural History, Pittsburgh, with Rich Pell, Lauren Allen, Etienne Turpin, and Anna-Sophie Springer

  • 04 01

    LAUNCH. Celebrating the release of intercalations 1 & 2, join coeditor Anna-Sophie Springer in conversation with contributors Mitch Akiyama and Charles Stankievech at Art Metropole, Toronto

  • 03 31

    “These Scenes of Unbecoming,” a conversation between intercalations co-editor Etienne Turpin, John Paul Ricco, and Nasrin Himada at the Poetic Research Bureau, Los Angeles

  • 03 03

    Anna-Sophie Springer in conversation with Dian Ina Mahendra and Farah Wardani at ruangrupa, Jakarta on the occasion of the release of intercalations 1 & 2

  • 02

    Ankyloglossia (n. tongue tie) by Emma Waltraud Howes, designed by Franziska Morlok, was awarded by the Type Directors Club New York

  • 01 14

    LAUNCH. On the occasion of publishing The Centre Cannot Hold, author Charles Stankievech will be in conversation with David Murakami Wood as part of the panel discussion “Early Warning Systems” at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queens University, Canada.

  • 2014
    12 03

    “Reading Rooms Reading Machines: Some Fantasies of the Library,” a lecture by Anna-Sophie Springer, Craig-Kade Scholar/Writer in Residence, Rutgers University, New Jersey

  • 11 28

    Book launch of Emma Howes’s Ankyloglossia n. tongue-tie at Art Metropole, Toronto. With B, Emma Howes, Patricia Reed, and Maxwell Stephens

  • 11 02

    Book launch of TRAVERSALS at Art Metropole, Toronto. With Anna-Sophie Springer and Charles Stankievech

  • 09 28

    “Fantasies of Paginated Imagination: A Seminar on Curatorial-Editorial Practice” guest-led by Anna-Sophie Springer for the 8th session of the Critical Curatorial Lab, University of Toronto

  • 05 14

    “CounterIntelligence,” a lecture 
by Charles Stankievech and book launch of Camouflage for Large Installations at the 8th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art at Crash Pad/
KW – Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin

  • 02 20

    Book launch of Camouflage of Large Installations at Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, University of Toronto as part of the exhibition CounterIntelligence

  • 2013
    09 29

    Salon talk with Alexandra Navratil, Doreen Mende, Andreas Müller, Charles Stankievech, and Filippo Trentin for the ABA residency program on the archive and post-Aby Warburg thinking. KW – Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin

  • 09 15

    EX LIBRIS: Commonplace Books launched on Arg.org

  • 07 05

    EX LIBRIS: Anekdotische Topografien exhibition opening & book launch at Galerie und Kunstbuchhandlung Wien Lukatsch, Berlin

  • 06 28

    EX LIBRIS: Books Are For Use exhibition opening & performance by Ève K. Temblay at the Library of the Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst, Leipzig

  • 04 29

    “K. Verlag and the Book-as-Exhibition,” a presentation by Anna-Sophie Springer during the 2013 SYNAPSE International Curators’ Network meeting, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin

  • 04–06

    The Subjective Object on display at Office Party, Kinderhook & Caracas, Berlin

  • 03

    The Subjective Object exhibited at the Leipzig Book Fair

  • 2012
    12 06–08

    K. at Rookie Book Fair in Poznan, Poland

  • 08 27

    The Subjective Object exhibition finissage and exhibition-book launch at the GRASSI Ethnographic Museum of Leipzig

  • 09 14–15

    K. at MISS READ Book Fair, Berlin

  • 2011
    12 16

    “On Books as Time Machines & Wormholes,” a conversation with Mark von Schegell and Charles Stankievech, moderated by Anna-Sophie Springer at MOTTO, Berlin

  • 10 08

    LOVELAND book launch at Musee d’art contemporain de Montreal