Menschen Tiere Abenteuer
Andreas Züst
Menschen Tiere Abenteuer
Edited by Mara Züst
Edition Patrick Frey, Zurich 2015
1957 – Het Andre Behr Pamflet 30
Andreas Züst
1957 – Het Andre Behr Pamflet 30
Boekie Woekie and Galerie & Edition Marlene Frei, Amsterdam/Zurich 2014
With an essay by Jan Voss
Himmel
Andreas Züst
Himmel
Edited by Peter Weber and Mara Züst
Edition Patrick Frey, Zurich 2011
With essays by Michel Mettler, Bernd Stiegler, Stefanie Sourlier, Peter Weber and Mara Züst
Bilingual edition (German/English)
Awarded «Die schönsten Schweizer Bücher 2011» (The Most Beautiful Swiss Books 2011) and nominated for the «International Photobook Award 2012»
Memorizer
Andreas Züst
Memorizer. Der Sammler Andreas Züst
Edited by Stephan Kunz, Madeleine Schuppli and Mara Züst
Scheidegger & Spiess, Zurich 2009
With essays by Caroline Kesser, Stephan Kunz, Walter Keller, Peter Weber, Mara Züst et al.
Includes a DVD with 10 Interviews by Peter Mettler
Awarded «Die schönsten Schweizer Bücher 2009» (The Most Beautiful Swiss Books 2009)
Nacht
Andreas Züst
Nacht
Edited by Mara Züst
Nieves, Zurich 2008
Fluoreszierende Nebelmeere
Andreas Züst
Fluoreszierende Nebelmeere /
Fluorescent Seas of Fog

Edited by Mara Züst and Peter Weber
Edition Patrick Frey, Zurich 2007
With a text by Peter Weber and a diary entry by Andreas Züst
Roundabouts
Andreas Züst
Roundabouts
Edition Patrick Frey, Zurich 2003
With a text by Plinio Bachmann
German and English edition
Bekannte Bekannte 2
Andreas Züst
Bekannte Bekannte 2
Edition Patrick Frey, Zurich 1996
With an afterword by Thomas Kling
Bekannte Bekannte 1
Andreas Züst
Bekannte Bekannte 1
561 Photos aus 17 Jahren
Edition Patrick Frey, Zurich 1987
With an afterword by David Weiss
Andreas Züst und Christoph Herzog
Andreas Züst und Christoph Herzog
Kamera
Zurich, january 1981

Raised in a home that also served as headquarters for his father's publishing house, the Albert Züst Verlag, Andreas Züst himself began to publish books in 1994. While these publications were, at first, relatively small productions composed in collaboration with artist friends, by the end of the decade Züst's projects became increasingly ambitious. One outstanding example of his editorial work during this period is "Karlheinz Weinberger: Photos, 1954-1995". Unfortunately, plans to further develop this publishing endeavor came to an abrupt end with Züst's early death.

In Andreas Züst's lifetime, five publications of his work were released, including two exhibition catalogues, and books entitled "Kamera", "Bekannte Bekannte", and "Bekannte Bekannte 2". "Bekannte Bekannte" (Notable Acquaintances) was released in 1987 as book No. 1 at Edition Patrick Frey. The book's contents-561 snapshots of over 600 individuals, each accompanied by witty captions-were developed in collaboration with the artist Olivia Etter, who was also involved in the staging of many of the images themselves. This was not so much a traditional photography book as a guided tour through Züst's vision of two decades, a series of impressions of the seventies and eighties. As Patrick Frey once described it, this publication was a "collective memory book."

To date, there have been six additional posthumous publications. Images in "Fluoreszierende Nebelmeere" (Fluorescent Seas of Mist) capture the winter fog that, illuminated from below by artificial light sources, blankets the Swiss plateau. The approximately sixty pictures that make up this series belong to the "Heaven" image cycle, the basis for which was a multimedia installation that originated in a fruitful collaboration with Peter Weber, a Swiss writer similarly interested in fog. Weber served as co-editor, with Mara Züst, of a recent publication, also called "Himmel" (Heaven), that gathers Andreas Züst's most important images of celestial phenomenon, presenting these photographs in conjunction with texts written by various authors as well as with topical, excerpted fragments from books in his private library. Various further publications are under consideration, publications that might include an as-yet untouched collection of photographs of the Arctic or Züst's images of extraordinary architectural structures.

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Exhibition catalogues/miscellanies:

«Ich wäre überall und nirgends. Appenzeller Anthologie Literarische Texte seit 1900»
Appenzeller Verlag, Schwellbrunn 2016

«La realtà non è un luogo comune. Fotografie e video dalla Collezione d’arte della Julius Baer»
Museo Cantonale d’Arte, Lugano 2013

'Eine kleine Geschichte der Wolkenphotographie'
in: «Randgänge der Photographie»
Wilhelm Fink Verlag, München 2012

«Von Horizonten — Set 8 aus der Sammlung des Fotomuseum Winterthur»
Fotomuseum Winterthur, Winterthur 2011

«Through the Looking Brain — A Swiss collection of Conceptual Photography / Eine Schweizer Sammlung konzeptueller Fotografie»
Hatje Cantz, Ostfildern 2011

«Zürichs Pilgerorte — Wolfenschiessen, Stans, Engelberg»
Museum im Bellpark, Kriens 2006

«Wolkenbilder — Von John Constable bis Gerhard Richter»
Hirmer Verlag, München 2003

«von Wind und Wolken»
Kunsthaus Langenthal, Langenthal 2000

«Hommage à Dieter Roth»
Galerie und Verlag Heinz Holtmann, Köln 1999

«Boesner Universalkasten»
Edition Galerie Howeg, Zürich 1999

«Biografisches Lexikon der Schweizer Kunst»
SIK Schweizerisches Institut für Kunstwissenschaft (Hg.)
Verlag Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Zürich 1998

«Zeitvertreib — Alles suchen und nichts finden»
Salon Verlag, Köln 1998

«Andreas Züst»
Ausstellungskatalog Brandstetter & Wyss,
Zürich 1993
Mit Texten von Robert A. Fischer und Patrick Frey

«Andreas Züst»
Ausstellungskatalog Raum 77A,
Düsseldorf 1992
Mit einem Text von Thomas Kling

«Macht & Ohnmacht der Beziehungen»
Sammlung Museum Baviera, Zürich
Museum am Ostwall, Dortmund 1986

«Saus und Braus»
Hrsg. Strauhof und Bice Curiger
Strauhof, Zürich 1980

Verlag Andreas Züst:

Andreas Züst Verlag

2001
Albert Walder, «Fotografien»

2000
Gabrielle Graessle, «Schmetterflügel hingelegt»
Vincenzo Baviera, «Arbeiten im Raum»
Karlheinz Weinberger, «Photos, 1954–1995»

1999
Ingo Giezendanner, «Seattle / San Francisco»
Anton Bruhin, «Ländlermusikanten»
Lisa Enderli, «Pinsel-Blüten»
Jan Jedlicka, «Le Couche»
James Licini, «Stahlbauten»
Urs Walder, «Nomaden in der Schweiz»

1998
Roland Herzog, «Balsam»
Esther Eppstein, «message salon»

1997
Jerelyn Hanrahan, «Notations on a trek»
Bruno Jericke, «Sekundengitter»

1996
Hannes Brunner, «Stadtwände»

1995
Nik Emch, «m»
Peter Mettler, «Making the invisible visible»

1994
Max Wiederkehr, «Auswahl Bilder und Objekte, 1983–1993»
Richard M. Brintzenhofe, «Drawings after paintings»

 

«Photos, 1954–1995» von Karlheinz Weinberger

Das seit längerem vergriffene Buch «Photos, 1954–1995» von Karlheinz Weinberger, 2000 im Andreas Züst Verlag erschienen, kann hier als PDF runtergeladen werden:
«Photos, 1954–1995» (25MB)