Grand Union Birmingham
The Piracy Collection Reading Room
6 Dec 2013– 8 Feb 2014

Sister From Another Mister

CBK Zuidoost, Maria Guggenbichler's house
Florijin, Amsterdam
Sat 6 November 2013, 6pm

Butcher's Tears
Fri 5 November 2013, 7pm

Miss Read Berlin

Conceptual Readings (with El Vonne Brown and Marit Münzberg)
19 - 22 September 2013

Lothringer 13 Munich

Lustige Frauen Kunst
A public holiday for artists
23 – 31 August 2013
A project by Rosalie Schweiker and Maria Guggenbichler
full holiday programme

Twitter Performance Downing Street
New Documents, Los Angeles
25 June 2013

The Showroom
Piracy Collection Reading Room
February - December 2013


Books of The Ships
15 November 2012 - 5 Jan 2013
exhibition, Basel Switzerland

Open Media Coventry

artist talk 27 Nov 2012
curated by Janneke Adema

Institutions by Artists

convention: October 12 – 14, 2012
Simon Fraser University
Vancouver, Canada
organised by Fillip and ARCPost

Truth is Concrete, Steirischer Herbst, Graz
21–29 September 2012
curated by Florian Malzacher

Witte de With, Rotterdam

Various Fires in Publishing
in collaboration with PrintRoom, Rotterdam

Printed Matter, New York

Help/Less curated by Chris Habib
The Piracy Project - panel
with Anthony Huberman, David Senior, Joanne MacNeill, Sergio Sarmiento
16/18 August, 2012

Le Saloon du Livre, Geneva

As a Means of Encounter, artist talk
2 June 2012 - 6pm

Blank Book Makers in memoriam Michael Gibbs
exhibition at Saloon du Livre, Geneva
June 2-17, 2012
organised by Izet Sheshivari

SALT Beyoglu, Istanbul
Futures and Options
15 / 16 March 2012
with Matteo Pasquinelli, Laurel Ptak, Özgür Uçkan, Caleb Waldorf
invited by Joseph Redwood-Martinez

SALT Galata Istanbul

The Piracy Project at SALT Research Istanbul
4–31 March 2012

Sheffield Hallam University

Transmission Lectures
host: Nick Thurston, information as material
1 Feb 2012

KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin

Miss Read
25–27 November 2011

Villa Romana, Florence

Alternative Readings
10–12 Nov 2011

The New York Art Book Fair

The Piracy Project sets up a temporary Reading Room at MoMAPS1, New York
September 30 - October 2, 2011
Preview Thursday, Sept. 29, 6–9 pm

Whitechapel Gallery

The London Art Book Fair
artists talk: Cultural Piracy
Participants include artist Andrea Francke, Eva Weinmayr,
Kenneth Goldsmith, founder, UbuWeb;
and Nick Thursdon, information as material.
24 September 2011

Newport Museum and Art Gallery
, Newport, Wales
The Institute of Mental Health is Burning
curated by Neil McNally
24 Sept–24 November 2011

Whitechapel Art Gallery

Government Art Collection:
Selected by Cornelia Parker: Richard Of York Gave Battle In Vain

16 Sept–4 Dec 2011

Spike Island, Bristol

Again A Time Machine, Book Works
16 Sept–9 Oct 2011

Eastside Projects, Birmingham

Extra Special People
Exhaustion & Exuberance
Sat 10 Sept 2011

Chisenhale Gallery
, London
AMASS: Towards an Economy of the Commons

Amateurist Network, DOXA, and ...ment
Saturday, 16 April 2011, 1:30–5:30pm
The Amateurist Network will be joined by artist Eva Weinmayr and Calverts co-op member Sion Whellens in a discussion about practical experiences and ideas to do with self-organisation, openess and sustainability within the commons.

Cass Gallery
The Cult of the Difficult
with Jeremy Deller, Catherine Bertola, Langland & Bells, Lothar Goetz,  Andrew Grassie
10 May  - 3 June 2011
curated by Habda Rashid and Susanna Bianchini in collaboration with Metropolitan University, Whitechapel Art Gallery and Government Art Collection England

The Showroom

(pause) 21 scenes concerning the silence of Art in Ruins
With readings by Eleanor Vonne Brown, Francesco Pedraglio, Wayne Daly, Sara de Bondt, Neil Chapman, Anja Kirschner, Antony Hudek, Douglas Park, Fatos Ustek, Emanuel von Baeyer, Stewart Home, Emma Edmondson, Hilary Koob-Sassen, John Moseley, Magda Fabianczyk, Mary George, Caterina Riva, Clive Phillpot and Pieternel Vermoortel.
Wednesday, 8 Dec 2010 7 – 9 pm

MoMa PS1

The Classroom,
curated by David Senior
screening/talk by Eva Weinmayr, I Wonder What The Silence Was About
Fri 5 November, 2 pm
Long Island City, NY 11101

SCHATTEN UND RAEUME, Emanuel von Baeyer, London, 13 - 18 Oct 2009  Carl Andre, Constantin Brancusi, Fernand Leger,  Robert Morris, Blinky Palermo, Robert Ryman, Fred Sandback, Jan Schoonhoven, Simon Schubert, Barbara Tucholksi, Guenther Uecker, Eva Weinmayr

, newspaper project The Daily Jang London, Sept 2009

, self publishing fair, London, 27 th September

London, A Work A Day, 22 July 2009
A Work A Day is a summer group show where a new work is shown each day that the gallery is open, so that each work is only juxtaposed through time and memory, whilst never meeting the other pieces in the exhibition.

RODEO GALLERY Istanbul, 29.5 - 11.7 2009, curated by Eva Weinmayr & Michalis Pichler with Banu Cenetoglu, Documentation Celine Duval, Michalis Pichler, Helke Sander, John Stezaker, Walid Raad/The Atlas Group, Eva Weinmayr

SALON LIGHT, CNEAI, Paris, 28-30 Nov 2008

TRIBUTE TO G METZGER Audio CD curated by Justin Hoffmann, Haus der Kunst, Munich, broadcast Bayerischer Rundfunk 12.12.2008, BR/intermedium rec. 2008, duration: ca. 55’
Eva Weinmayr, Dennis Graeff, Wolfgang Müller, Max Müller, Mooner, Pollyester, Mosh Mosh, Rumpeln (Anton Kaun), Carl Oesterhelt, Michaela Melian, Anna McCarthy, Frau Kraushaar & Nowa Huta, Rhythm King and her Friends, Cobra Killer und Schwestern Brüll.

THE FRONT ROOM, Museum of Contemporary Art, St Louis, USA, 8 - 18 July 2008
Ei Arakawa (May 9-25), Alex Hubbard, Oscar Tuazon (May 27 - June 8), Jan Estep (June 14 - 15), Max Schuman (June 24 - July 6), Vlatka Horvath, Eva Weinmayr (July 8 - 18), Jia Zhang-ke (July 12), Ed Fella (July 19-25), Center for Advanced Visual Studies at MIT (July 26 - August 10), Dexter Sinister, co-operators (ongoing)

THE WHOLE WORLD, Casz Zuidas Amsterdam, May 2008 
THE WHOLE WORLD, Tank TV, Jan-March 2008
ONE NIGHT STAND, Mes Nuits sont plus belle de vos jours, BERLIN BIENNALE V, 24 May 2008, invited by BAS, Istanbul
with Documentation Celine Duval, Normandie, Temporary Services, Chicago, Eva Weinmayr, London, Uqbar Foundation, Amsterdam, Rita McBride books, Duesseldorf, Kristina Ask, Copenhagen, Salamander Comics, Beirut, Michalis Pichler, Berlin, Anita di Bianco, New York, Bent Books, Istanbul

ITCHY PARK, Boxing Club, Limehouse Townhall, 12 April 2008

BEYOND KIOSK, group show
ICA Philadelphia, 18 January - 30 March 2008
Bonner Kunstverein, Germany, 1 April – 8 May 2008
Bucharest Biennial, Romania, 23 May – 21 June 2008
ICA Philadelphia

Archway Polytechnic
Reading of "He Said Yes, He Said No" by Bertolt Brecht at Junction Cafe, N19
Thursday, 15 Nov 2007  at 6 pm
with Ruth Mclennan, Marcia Farquar, Mikhail Karikis and Eva Weaver, Uriel Orlow, Roman Vasseur, Richard Wentworth<

at The British Embassy, Paris  from Oct 2007
with Cerith Wyn Evans, Cathrine Yass, Gayle Chong Kwan, Alex Pollard,
Julian Opie and Rachel Whiteread

solo exhibition
MOT International
6th October -10th November 2007
Unit 54/5th floor, Regents Studios
8 Andrews Road
London E8 4QNt
 +44(0)20 7923 9561 

11 -12 October 2007
17.00 Panel Discussion Cornerhouse, 70 Oxford Street, Manchester
Moderator: Prof Mike Stubbs (UK) Panel: Sylvia Kouvali (GR), Michelle Kasprzak (CA/UK), Dooeun Choi (KOR) tbc.

ZOO ARTFAIR with MOT International
12 - 15 Oct 2007
Royal Academy of Arts, London 

YAMA, Istanbul 6 Sep - 5 Nov 2007
Babak Ghazi,  Mustafa Hulusi, Paul Snowdon, Mark Titchner, Eva Weinmayr
curated by Michelle Cotton and Sylvia Kouvalis

QUIVID, Munich, June/July 2007 with Thomas Koerner, Titus Kroder

Whitechapel Art Gallery, 22nd February 2007, 7 - 8 pm
Broadcast on Resonance FM, Friday 9th March 2007, 7 - 8 pm, listen live online
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