Buildering : Misbehaving the City
Cincinnati (US), 2014 - Houston (US), 2014

Subject Nijmegen (NL), 2014
NY-LUX Luxembourg (LU), 2014
Shots Nancy (FR), 2013
Eldadoro Maximum Strasbourg (FR), 2013
Horsd'oeuvre collection
...Annemasse (FR), 2011 - Dijon (FR), 2012
...Lyon (FR), 2013 - La Motte-Servolex (FR), 2014

Rubbing Glances #3 Nancy (FR), 2011
infra muros Grenoble (FR), 2011
Celebration Berlin (DE), 2010
Géométrie Inversée Marseille (FR), 2010



Paysages Variations 2014
Alum 2014
NY-LUX 2014
Art & architecture 2013
Une décennie Octave Cowbell 2012
Edward Steichen Award 2011
The German Wall 2011
Maisons en kit 2011
Rubbing Glances #2 2011
Issue : Land 2010
5 ans de la Galerie HO 2010
Skulpturenpark 2010
Urban Interventions 2010
Space thinks 2009
Spacecraft 2 2009
Interventions en territoires flottants 2008



Subject - Gesprek Nijmegen (NL), 2014
L'envers de la ville Dijon (FR), 2014
A l'intérieur de la ville Nancy (FR), 2013
Manèges : Paysage urbain Versailles (FR), 2012
Good Game Aix-en-Provence (FR), 2010


November 21, 2010


Issue: LAND

by Jan Estep

Authors : Jan Estep, the artists

Artists : Christine Baeumler, Etienne Boulanger, The Center for Land Use Interpretation, Song Chao, Matthias Einhoff, Jan Estep, Simon Faithfull, Terike Haapoja, Nance Klehm, KUNSTrePUBLIK, Laura Corcoran Mahnke, Anna Metcalfe, Daniel Seiple, Mona Smith, Rebar / Works Progress

Graphic design : Jan Estep

english - 80 pages - 23 x 16,5 cm

ISBN : 978-0-9801764-4-5

October 2010


Issue: LAND is a group artist book featuring 15 artistic projects that explore current environmental and land-use issues. The collection demonstrates a broad sweep of political, conceptual, and aesthetic approaches from urban interventions to documentary photography to building green spaces to alternative mapmaking.

The sites of investigation include the Mississippi River, underutilized lots in central Berlin, the Grand Canyon, the Alaskan wilderness, oil fields underneath Los Angeles, Shandong mining district in eastern China, Minneapolis city parking spots, and the forest floor.

Issue: LAND shows the way a few artists engage the natural/cultural world around them to reveal often overlooked aspects of our relationship with the environment.

More information > www.janestep.com