Friends with Books 2018

Friends With Books’ 2018 edition is coming. Occulto has its table there as usual, this time shared with beautiful artist’s books and editions by backbonebooks. We hope to see you there!

Miss Read 2018

Occulto will be at Miss Read 2018 editions, in the beautiful foyers of HKW. Founded in 2009, Miss Read is one of Europe’s major Art Book Festival, dedicated to community-building and creating a public meeting place for discourse around artists’ books, conceptual publications and publishing as practice.

Occulto Issue h

112 pages of science, art, wild storytelling and interdisciplinary extravagance. Texts by Fosco Loregian, Alice Cannavà, Sebastian Petrich, Russ Hodge, Giulia Liberti, Stefano Spataro. Artist’s projects by Hic Sunt Leones, Pep Vidal.

Friends With Books 2017

www.friendswithbooks.org Again in Hamburger Bahnhof, but this time in the huge main hall, the new edition of Friends With Books is coming and we are honored to share our table with the wonderful artist Elizabeth Hoak-Doering. Come visit!

Indiemagday 2017

www.indiefirst.de/#indiemagday Indiemagday is a great occasion to visit Hamburg, a city we love. It is also an occasion to discover new exciting independent publications. A lot of good stuff to read. Occulto is happy to participate in this third edition!

Miss Read Book Fair 2017

missread.com New location for Miss Read, from this year on it’ll take place in HKW – what a beatiful combination! We’ll be in good company as well – our neighbours/table mates/partners during this edition will be Fluctuating Images and Corvo...

Elder Sister (Live) + Nana Bianca DJ

Take a globe. Draw a non-Euclidean triangle joining the cities of L.A., Torino and Berlin. Then join us on May 4th for the multiform performance of Elder Sister – introduced and followed by yours truly Nana Bianca spinning vynil.

Occulto Night: Billy Roisz, JD Zazie, Ignaz Schick, Toshi Nakamura

The second Occulto Night of 2017 is coming! We’re happy to announce the duo set by Billy Roisz & JD Zazie. On the occasion, we’ll present a broader spectrum of Roisz’s work: a screening of selected films and a solo audiovisual performance. The program features another special duo set, by Ignaz Schick and Toshi Nakamura.