2019, 100 pages
32 x 27 cm, hardcover
Edition of 900
Text by Dike Blair
Editor: Karma Books, New York
EUR/ US$ 40,-
Published on the occasion of the exhibition
Dike Blair, Drawings
06.09. - 26.10.2019
Linn Lühn, Düsseldorf

2017, 80 pages, 68 colored images
30 x 24 cm, soft cover
Interview with the artist by Annette Hans
English & German
Editor: Linn Lühn, Düsseldorf & Oldenburger Kunstverein
Koenig Books, London
EUR 29,80

Published on the occasion of the exhibition Florian Baudrexel at the Oldenburger Kunstverein in spring 2017.

2016, 72 pages with 31 colored & 14 b/w images
22 x 25 cm, soft cover
Edition 350
Essay by Kasper König in english & german
Editor: Linn Lühn, Düsseldorf
EUR 28,-

´The first time I ever saw a work by H.C. Westermann, it was in a wonderfully compact exhibition called From Arp to Artschwager II at the humble New York gallery space of Richard Bellamy, the former founder of the legendary Green Gallery, and Noah Goldowsky, an antiquarian from Chicago. That was in 1967 and my fascination with his works hasn’t diminished since.´
Kasper König in ´Cliffhanger´

Gelächter von außen
2016, 72 pages, 12 colored & 21 b/w images
30 x 24 cm, soft cover
Texts by: Annette Hans, Christian Malycha, Jan Wagner
English & German
Editor: Christian Malycha, Kunstverein Reutlingen
EUR 16,80

Published on the occasion of the exhibition Gelächter von außen at the Kunstverein Reutlingen, March 13 – May 8, 2016.

More Eggs
2015, Leporello with 5 colour images
14,8 x 10,5 cm, folded and with sleeve
Edition 500
Text by Kay Heymer
English & German
Editor: Linn Lühn, Düsseldorf
for free

This Leporello fold is published on the occasion of Christoph Schellberg´s exhibition More Eggs that took place in our gallery in August 2015. It contains an essay by Kay Heymer, both in English and German.

Das 20. Jahrhundert
2014, 208 pages with 100 coloured images
23 x 31,7 cm, Softcover
Edition 500
7 (+ 3 AP) come as a special edition
Editor: Linn Lühn, Düsseldorf
Koenig Books, London
EUR 29,-

Published on the occasion of Johannes Wohnseifers solo show at the Philara Collection in Düsseldorf in November 2014.
Das 20. Jahrhundert is a series of collages from 2014.
All 100 collages have a format of 29,7 x 21 cm, corresponding to the german DIN A4 format. Each collage represents one year of the 20th century. It was made exclusively with parts of a book or a magazine, which was published exactly in the same year.

Reflection on a Past Life/
Portrait des Künstlers als junger Händler

2014, 96 pages with 22 Images
19,5 x 13 cm, soft cover
Edition 1.800
Text by William N. Copley
English & German Edition in two separate books
Editor: Linn Lühn, Düsseldorf
Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Köln
EUR 18,-

Es gibt kaum eine bessere Einführung in die moderne Kunst als diesen ebenso humorvollen wie tiefgründigen Text eines Zeitzeugen, dessen persönliche Initiation in diese faszinierende und bisweilen bizarre Welt sich der Begegnung mit Berühmtheiten wie Man Ray, Max Ernst, Marcel Duchamp und René Magritte verdankt. William Copley hatte als junger Mann ein Vermögen geerbt und nutzte das Geld, um kurz nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg in Beverly Hills eine Galerie zu eröffnen. Wirtschaftlich scheiterte das Unternehmen auf ganzer Linie, doch ohne es zu wissen, schrieb Copley mit diesem Versuch, den Eingeborenen von Hollywood etwas Kultur zu bringen, Kunstgeschichte. Copley war selbst Maler und verstand die Arbeits- und Denkweise seiner Vorbilder und Weggefährten. Dieser 1976 für die Ausstellung "Paris - New York" verfasste Essay schildert viele Episoden aus dem Leben der surrealistischen Künstler unverblümt und unterhaltsam aus der Perspektive eines jüngeren Kollegen, mit großer Nähe und intuitiver Anteilnahme.

There can hardly be a better introduction to modern art than this humorous yet insightful book by a contemporary personally admitted into this fascinating, occasionally bizarre world through his encounters with key figures such as Man Ray, Max Ernst, Marcel Duchamp, and René Magritte. William Copley inherited a fortune as a young man and used his wealth to open a gallery in Beverly Hills shortly after World War II. Financially, the business was a flop, but Copley's attempt to bring culture to the natives of Hollywood won him a place in the annals of art history. Copley himself was a painter and could well understand the work and thought processes of his heroes and coevals. This essay, written in 1976 for the exhibition Paris - New York, frankly and engagingly depicts episodes in the lives of Surrealist artists from the perspective of a younger colleague in a portrayal that is at once revealing and intimate.

2013, 56 pages with 26 color plates
32 x 23,5 cm, softcover
Edition 400
Texts by Jan Dibbets and Julia Friedrich in german and english
Editor: Linn Lühn, Düsseldorf
EUR 24,-

This publication presents the first extensive overview on the abstract paintings of Christoph Schellberg.
Published on the occasion of the gallery show in Düsseldorf in September 2013, the catalogue presents an overview of his work from the last two years. The new essay by Julia Friedrich focusses on Schellberg´s abstract paintings and looks back on his earlier work.

Finally We Laugh
2013, 40 pages with 24 color plates
20 x 24 cm, softcover with dust jacket
Edition 500
Text by Billy Copley, March 2013
(in german & english language)
Editor: Linn Lühn, Düsseldorf
Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Köln
EUR 20,-

This catalogue accompanies William Copley's gallery show with the same title.
Focussing mainly on drawings from 1965 and two scripts, Billy Copley contributes a new essay about the significance of drawing within his fathers work.

published in August 2012 on the occasion of Florian Baudrexels solo show in the Kunstverein Hamburg by Distanz Verlag, Berlin
128 pages, approx. 50 color images, softcover with texts by Annette Hans and Katharina Koppenwallner in German & English
Editor: Kunstverein Hamburg, Annette Hans
21,5 x 26,5 cm
EUR 24,- ( inkl. VAT + shipping costs)
2009, 22 pages with 8 color plates
21 x 14,8 cm
Edition 100
Essay by Katharina Koppenwallner
Published by Christoph Schellberg and Linn Lühn
out of print

Second catalogue on the artist Christoph Schellberg, published on the occasion of his second solo exhibition at Linn Lühn in March/ April 2009. The book features a series of new portraits by the artist and includes an essay by Katharina Koppenwallner in german.

What Linder Saw
2008, 12 post cards in a cardboard slipcase
b/w print on 4 different coloured paper
14,8 x 10,5 x 0,5 cm
Edition 500
Editor: Linn Lühn, Köln
Distribution: Buchhandlung Walther König, Köln
out of print

Published in close co-operation with Linder on the occasion of her first solo show She climbs the European sky in the gallery. The twelve postcards and the slipcase feature new collages using cartoons from the 50´s and 60´s taken from mens magazine.

2007, 7 b/w–xeroxed, coloured and folded drawings in a specially designed box
2,3 x 22 x 16 cm
Edition 25 + 5 AP
signed and numbered
EUR 220,-

Christoph Schellbergs first artist book is published on the occasion of his solo show at the gallery in June 2007.
CS is a collection of pairs of eyes which already appeared in earlier works and which also play a significant role in recent collages, which are part of the show in the gallery.

2006, 60 pages with 21 color plates
26 x 21 cm, hardcover
Edition 1.200
Text by Chris Miles in German and English
Published by Museum Goch in cooperation with Linn Lühn and Patrick Painter Inc.
EUR 24,-

First monograph on the artist Sebastian Ludwig. The book includes an essay by the art critic Chris Miles (Los Angeles) and 21 color reproductions of works from 2003 - 2006.
The catalogue has been published on the occasion of a solo show at Linn Lühn in September 2006 and a solo show at the Museum Goch in October 2006

2006, 36 pages
17 illustrations
18,4 x 12 cm, hardcover
Edition 700
Text by Heike van den Valentyn in german and english
Publisher: Jablonka Lühn and Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Köln
out of print

Published on the occasion of Alexej Koschkarows solo exhibition at Jablonka Lühn, Cologne in September/ October 2005. The book features drawings, photographs and installation views and includes an essay by Heike van den Valentyn in german and english.

2004, 42 pages with 29 color plates
30 x 23 cm
Edition 1.000
Text by Michael Bracewell in german and english and a conversation with Daniel Kothenschulte
EUR 28,-

First catalogue on the artist Christoph Schellberg, published on the occasion of his solo exhibition at Jablonka Lühn, Cologne in April 2004 and Stellan Holm Gallery, New York in October 2004. The book includes an essay by Michael Bracewell and a conversation between Christoph Schellberg and Daniel Kothenschulte.

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