view of the KMD's new exhibition building, designed by swiss archit
ect jonathan banz, with an exhibition by german conceptual artist karin sander, may 14 to june 26, 2016. for more information go to exhibitions.

KMD is the world's “smallest” museum and shows “great” exhibitions of internationally renowned and emerging artists. KMD edition publishes hard-cover books (art theory, monographs, artists’ books, and exhibition catalogues) not only in its meanwhile famous miniature format but also in standard, larger formats.

the KMD is a member of verband schweizer museen/association des musées suisse/associazione dei musei svizzeri, and supported by le département de la formation, de la jeunesse et de la culture du canton de vaud, lausanne; stiftung erna und curt burgauer, zurich; migros kulturprozent, zurichstanley thomas johnson foundation, bern; fondation leenards, lausanne; loterie romande, lausanne; fondation jan michalski, montricher, switzerland; the law firm kellerhals carrard, lausanne; and late antoinette bachmann (1938–2009).

ongoing exhibition

one hundred years of marcel duchamp's fountain (les cent ans de la «fontaine» de marcel duchamp), conceived, curated, and artstically implemented by stefan banz and caroline bachmann, july 16 to august 27 2017. the exhibition travels afterwards with the kmd’s first building (in use in cully until 2016, now placed in front of the kunstmuseum wolfsburg with the exhibition la broyeuse de chocolat as part of its collection) in a slightly modified form in a slightly modified form to culturcentrum strombeek, grimbergen (near brussels) from october 27, 2017, to february 15, 2018. from march 2018 on it will also be shown in front of kunstmuseum wolfburg, germany.

upcoming exhibitions
matthias sohr
(*1980 düsseldorf, lives and works in lausanne) september 2 to november 12, 2017
serkan özkaya
(*1973 istanbul, lives and works in new york), november 18, 2017, to january 7, 2018

new book release: 5 december 2016
stefan banz, aldo walker : logotyp
. en gardant un œil sur marcel duchamp et william copley. version française, en collaboration avec le mamco, genève. 14 x 10,5 cm, 232 pages, 87 images en couleur et en noir et blanc, couverture rigide, entoilée, dos plat, €20.00, isbn: 978-3-903131-69-9 (verlag für moderne kunst,; 978-2-84066-481-9 (les presses du réel, information français | english || purchase publication

upcoming book releases
we are currently working on new publications by michael r. taylor, julian jason haladyn, and tom hackney. they will be coming out end 2017/beginning 2018. the production of the publication by michael r. taylor is supported by fondation leenards, lausanne.

book awards
stefan banz,
: peer of poet-painters
is the winner of the 2016 peter c. rollins book award, and of the 2016 eric hoffer book award. the book was also shortlisted for the 2016 jan michalski prize for literature in switzerland. eilshemius: peer of poet-painters is the first comprehensive publication on the eccentric american artist (with swiss and german roots) louis michel eilshemius (1864–1941), who was discovered by marcel duchamp on the occasion of the first annual exhibition of the society of independent artists at the grand central palace in new york in 1917. the book is published with jrp|ringier, zurich 2015, including collected documents, a novel of facts by and about louis m. eilshemius, and an extensive study of his influence on marcel duchamp, english, 768 pages, 479 color and 53 black an white illustrations, format 31 x 24 cm, hardcover, us 100, euro 80.00, chf 98; isbn 978-3-03764-435-5. for more information go to: publications.