The River Merchant's Wife: A Letter- in PROTOCOL Magazin für Architektur im Kontext, Universität der Künste Berlin

Perf Doc Work Group at
Australian Centre for the Moving Image

Conversation: Luke Stettner/ Max Stolkin at Daily-lazy

Jenni Crain
Carey Denniston
Adam Kremer
Boru O'Brien O'Connell
Max Stolkin/Luke Stettner

Very Level Walls, at White Flag Projects
Andrew Norman Wilson and Max Stolkin, organized by Carlos Reyes

book:Is The Artist Necessary for Making Art Today?
Edited by Swantje Lichtenstein and Tom Lingnau, Covertext, Cologne
web: He Do The Police in Different Voices, with Ullrich Hellmann- 500 Words for Covertext.org

Ausstellung des Zentrums für Künstlerpublikationen / Kunstmuseum Weserburg, Universität Bremen



born Indianapolis, IN, studied comparative lit. at the evergreen state college, and studied fine art at kunsthochschule mainz. Max is Profe de Tiempo Completo of Art- Colegio de Comunicación y Artes Contemporáneas, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador. recent bio here.

Email: Mstolkin@usfq.edu.ec
Skype: Stolkinmax
Insta: @maxstolkin
Stolen Volumes Archive: Photos 2004-2009 (photos found on an old hard drive and uploaded for friends)


Thank you. If you see dear Mrs. Equitone, Tell her I bring the horoscope myself: One must be so careful these days.


Verlag der Universität der Künste Berlin:
The River Merchant's Wife: A Letter in Protocol #9: FEHLER, Magazin für Architektur im Kontext.
River Wife includes contributions from:
Leah Beeferman,
Chen Yinchi,
David Schaberg,
Gary Snyder,
Jiajia Zhang,
Ariana Reines,
Tom Lingnau,
Dryden Wells,
and Luke Stettner

Protocol is an interdisciplinary and independent platform for the current discourse in architecture.
PROTOCOL Magazin für Architektur im Kontext
Universität der Künste Berlin
Hardenbergstraße 33
D 10623 Berlin

Order a copy of Protocol Nr. 9 from Books People Places



Performance Document Working Group in Melbourne-
Australian Centre for the Moving Image
Sunday September 10th, 1pm (AEST), ACMI Studio 1, Melbourne

Interval and Channels present Documents of the Future: Invitation to edit,
Kristina Bengtsson (Copenhagen) Matthew Berka (London) Paolo Cirio (New York) Frances Fleetwood (Oakland) Joe Hamilton (Melbourne) Nikki Lam (Melbourne) Eugenia Lim (Melbourne) Rowan McNaught (Melbourne) Max Stolkin (Quito)

A Conversation With: Luke Stettner and Max Stolkin
Web Project for Daily Lazy


AUSSTELLUNG ZENTRUM | 3.06.2017 - 6.08.2017
Zentrum für Künstlerpublikationen / Weserburg
Teerhof 20
28199 Bremen

Die Ausstellung des Zentrums für Künstlerpublikationen ist ein Kooperationsprojekt mit der Universität Bremen.

Semionauts/ A Work in Progress/ Performative Document

Organized by Salome Oggenfuss at King's Leap /1329 Willoughby Avenue /Brooklyn NY /11237 /6-9pm 19/05/2017
A Work In Progress. Presented by Interval Projects

works with Luke Stettner in TAPPING, a group exhibition at KANSAS Gallery, NYC

Jenni Crain
Carey Denniston
Adam Kremer
Boru O'Brien O'Connell

White Flag Projects: Very Level Walls
Andrew Norman Wilson and Max Stolkin, satellite to and organized by Carlos Reyes

November 14- December 19 2015
checklist publication with texts by:
1. Untitled, by Marie Heilich,
2. Soft Atlas by Max Stolkin,
3. Untitled, by Jo-ey Tang,

Covertext: Is The Artist Necessary for Making Art Today?
Edited by Swantje Lichtenstein and Tom Lingnau

With contributions by Jono Podmore, Nick Montfort, Hannes Bajohr, Scott Myles, Daniel Scott Snelson, Birgit Kempker, Sveinn Fannar Jóhannsson, Max Stolkin, Antonia Low, Derek Beaulieu, Nick Thurston, Mara Genschel, Mi You, Dag Erik Elgin
56 pages, b/w, paperback, english, 17,4 x 11,6 cm

Printed in Cologne, September 2015
Edition of 350

Supported by SK Stiftung Kultur Cologne 2015

available at:

Buchhandlung Walther König

Vosberg, Cologne

Printed Matter, NYC

some false moves at Present CO
Alexandre Brandáo, Amanda Curreri, Jennifer Grimyser, Zerek Kempf, Yemi Mao, Lance Rautzhan, Max Stolkin, Angie Waller, Robin Winters, and Audra Wolowiec.

May 29th to June 29th 254 Johnson Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11206
Opening Friday May 29th 7-9pm

He Do The Police In Different Voices/Is the Artist Necessary for Making Art Today? 500 Words for Covertext.org edited by Swantje Lichtenstein and Tom Lingnau in Cologne.

Answers by Jono Podmore, Mi You, Max Stolkin, Nick Montfort, Antonia Low, Hannes Bajohr, Lina Viste Grønli, Anthony Moore, Christoph Westermeier, Birgit Kempker and Jemma Cullen


Versions, The Classroom,
NY Art Book Fair,
moma ps1-
Corina Copp
David Court
Cameron Crawford
Cynthia Daignault
Dieter Kiessling
Sarah Mock
Luke Stettner

SEPT. 28, 6:00-7:00pm



Printed Matter's Emerging Artists Publication Series serves to showcase emerging artists whose practice has demonstrated a commitment to experimentation within the artists' book medium in unusual and exciting ways. Series design and production coordination by Garrick Gott. The series is generously funded by the Jerome Foundation.


Kunst in Bibliotheken: Eine Austellungsreihe im Rahmen der Bibliotekstage Rheinland-Pfalz.
Künstlerbücher & mehr – aktuelle Entwicklungen.
Stadtbibliothek Koblenz
Kuratoriert von Nadine Nitsche
Zentralplatz 1, 56068 Koblenz
Eröffnung: Samstag, 25. Oktober 2014, 11 Uhr
Ausstellungsdauer: 25. Oktober bis 15. November 2014

Drafts and Fragments (all things that face the light in their bright visit),
AKV Berlin

2014, b/w offset print, Edition of 200
available at AKVberlin.com and at Printedmatter.org


LMCC Swing Space Open Studios:
December 13, 2013, 2-6pm
Building 110
Govenors Island, NY


MoMAtalks to us on Governors Island


2013 Resident:
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Swing Space. New York.
Governor's Island Arts Center, Bldg 110
Open Studios: Sept 28, 29- 12-5pm
and: Dec 12, 6-9pm and Dec 13 2-6pm


parts of the Footnotes in LOOFY MAGAZIN #5,
available from AKV Berlin


excerpts from the Footnotesin Night Papers IV,
an occasional publication of Night Gallery.
Night Papers on- art:21 blog or LA, I'm Yours


DIY(visits Chicago): Photographers and Books,
at the Columbia College Chicago Center for Book and Paper Arts
Sept. 18- Dec. 7, 2013


It's about time, a TimeBank initiative, curated by Kosta Tonev
June 15 – 22, 2013
Quartair, Toussaintkade 55, The Hague
Opening reception: Sat, June 15, from 6 pm
Closing reception: Fri, June 21 and Sat, June 22
press release and artists


Biennial27, South Bend Museum of Art
July 6 - October 6, 2013
Lisa Freiman, Inaugural Director, VCU's Institute for Contemporary Art.


Supercollider Contemporary Art Projects, Blackpool, UK.

Jan. 11- Feb. 2, 2013


DIY: Photographers and Books
Cleveland Museum of Art,
August 11- December 30, 2012
Curated by Barbara Tannenbaum