Annika Ström Live! – Annika Ström – onestar press
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Annika Ström, Annika Ström Live!
Published 2008

270 x 210 mm
240 pages
Dust cover: color, glossy finish
Binding: perfect bound
Interior: color
Price: 36 €

ANNIKA STRÖM LIVE! compiles most of the artist’s work between 1995 and 2008. Banality, feelings, dreams, hopes and the artist’s social position are among the many subjects Annika Ström treats with inimitable freedom of form and expression. Annika Ström is an original artist who can’t be classified.
Open this book anywhere and enter Annika’s world. The layout, photos overlapping from one page to the next, is a continuous flow of images and texts by friends and critics, an extension and reflection of the the way Annika Ström’s art and life interact whether she is making songs, performances, videos or text pieces.
Christophe Boutin is the founder of onestar press and the co-founder of Three Star Books, both publishing houses dedicated to the production of books by artists. Realising that content and design should be wedded in her first major monograph as in her practice in general, Annika Ström asked Christophe Boutin to edit as well as design her first important monograph.

Edited by Christophe Boutin

Contributions by: Jennifer Allen, Ina Blom, Staffan Boije af Gennäs, Christophe Boutin, Dominic Eichler, Jacob Fabricius, Jörg Heiser, Jennifer Higgie, Mark Kremer, Thomas Millroth, Lotte Møller, Tom Morton, Cay Sophie Rabinowitz, Monica Ross, Cecilia Wendt

onestar press and Fälth & Hässler joined their editorial and printing forces to publish this book.