Please join us for a special preview of Edgar Martins’ ‘The Rehearsal of Space & The Poetic Impossibility to Manage the Infinite’ at Melanie Rio Gallery (Paris), on Thursday, 13th October 2014, from 19:00-2o:00. This event is organised in cooperation with the European Space Agency, in the wake of Paris Photo 2014.
Gallery address: 56 Rue de la Fontaine au Roi, Paris 11 ème / 0984021278
Jornal de Negócios (Portugal), edition 24th October 2014, interviews Martins’about his latest show The Rehearsal of Space and The Poetic Impossibility to Manage the Infinite’ at Sala da Cidade (Coimbra) in a double-page feature titled ‘A fotografia vê para lá do real’. The full article can be viewed and downloaded here.
The Poetic Impossibility to Manage the Infinite, by Edgar Martins will be on show at Sala da Cidade, Museu Municipal de Coimbra (Portugal), from Wednesday 8th October 2014 – 31st December 2014.
This event is an initiative by The Faculty of Sciences and Technology of Coimbra, The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, The European Space Agency and Câmara Municipal de Coimbra,
For the first time in the worldwide tour of this work, Edgar Martins’ exhibition will include a mixed media layout, with photographs and other artworks displayed alongside original ESA technological hardware as well as personal, space-flown possessions of ESA astronauts.
XL Semanal (Spain), edition 28th September 2014, features Martins’ The Rehearsal of Space in a 6 page feature titled ‘La puerta espacial de Europa’ and with words by Fernando Goitia. The full article can be viewed and downloaded here.
Edgar Martins’ The Rehearsal of Space & The Poetic Impossibility to Manage the Infinite is featured in the Financial Times Magazine once again. Titled ‘It is Rocket Science’, this 3-page feature focuses on previously unpublished works from this series. Click here to view the online feature. Click here to download a PDF of the printed feature.
Edgar Martins’ eagerly anticipated new book The Rehearsal of Space & The Poetic Impossibility to Manage the Infinite is scheduled be launched on the 29th May 2014 at The Wapping Project Bankside, from 20H00.
Please join us for a booksigning session with the artist.
This event will be preceded by a conversation between the artist, ESA astronaut Jean-François Clervoy and Senior Curator of Photographs at the V&A, Martin Barnes. Further information concerning this event can be found here.
Produced between 2012 and 2014 with the European Space Agency, this project represents the most comprehensive survey ever assembled about a modern day scientific and space exploration organisation.
This projects engages with ESA and its partners’ programs –the microgravity, telecommunication, navigation, lunar and Mars exploration programs, among others–, whilst also reflecting on the new politics of space exploration as well as the impact of this kind of technological application on our social consciousness.
If you would like to place an advanced oder for this book please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org (please use ‘Order for The Rehearsal of Space’ in the subject box).
Edgar Martins’ The Time Machine is feature in Photobookshow Malmö, Sweden 17th Jan- 9th Feb 2014.
Edgar Martins’ The Rehearsal of Space & The Poetic Futility to Manage the Infinite is featured in the Financial Times Magazine. Click here to view the online feature. We are pleased to announce that in 2014, together with renowned Spanish publishers La Fabrica, we will be releasing a book of this work. For advance orders please click here.
The Moth House is pleased to announce that we will be present at The London Art Fair this year, at The Wapping Project Bankside’s stand. Please join us on the 19th January 2012, at 2:30 pm, where Edgar Martins will be signing copies of his new book The Time Machine.
To ensure you get a signed copy, please order your book in advance at email@example.com .
Black Holes & Other Inconsistencies is Edgar Martins’ seminal, critically acclaimed, debut monograph.
Although only published in a print-run of 500 copies and officially sold-out, we have recently retrieved 50 copies from our former distributor, which had previously thought to have been lost. So we are delighted to once again have this wonderful book back in stock.
To reserve your signed copy, please order here: http://www.themothhouse.com/shop/blackholes/