Publications

We have a selection of publications produced for Manifesta 14, which are available to purchase at the front desk of Grand Hotel Prishtina and Dukagjini Bookstore in Prishtina. These publications document different elements of Manifesta 14, from the pre-biennial process to an in-depth insight into our diverse programme.

Please find the list of publications available below:

Public After All

Title: Public After All

Description: The European Nomadic Biennial Manifesta takes place every two years in a different European city. The biennial rethinks the relations between culture and society, investigating and catalysing positive social change in Europe through contemporary culture in a continuous dialogue with its Host City and its citizens 

One of the key pillars of Manifesta is its strong focus on urban developments within its Host Cities woven into a multi annual pre-biennial process. 

Public After Allshowcases this pre-biennial research and presents the Urban Vision, commissioned by Manifesta 14 Prishtina to the the Turin-based office CRA-Carlo Ratti Associati. Public After Allproposes a methodology, an agenda and an analysis to portray Prishtina, the Host City of the 14th edition of the biennial, in 2022 and acts as a tool for citizens to rethink the potential of their city and illustrates different possibilities to think and reclaim public space.  

Credits: Public After All is published by and on the occasion of Manifesta 14 Prishtina and was designed by Bardhi Haliti and Zuzana Kostelanská.

Price: €15

Available at: Info Point at Grand Hotel Prishtina and Dukagjini Bookstore in Prishtina.

Mapping Subculture Movements in Prishtina, Tirana and Skopje

Title: Mapping Subculture Movements in Prishtina, Tirana and Skopje

Description: To understand Prishtina’s pre-existing cultural ecosystem, especially outside of that which is supported and endorsed by institutions, Manifesta 14’s Education and Mediation Department in collaboration with the community centre Termokiss, initiated a research project which attempted to map and trace histories of self-organised cultural initiatives in Kosovo’s capital and two other key cities linked to it, Tirana in Albania and Skopje in North Macedonia.

Mapping Subculture Movements in Prishtina, Tirana and Skopje consist of three separate booklets that highlight the research done in each city, delving into subcultural movements to help understand why they happened, how they thrived, how they communicated with each other, what their legacy is today and, perhaps most importantly, their healing effects during a period of political transition and isolation.

Credits: Mapping Subculture Movements in Prishtina, Tirana and Skopje is published by and on the occasion of Manifesta 14 Prishtina and was designed by Studio Permanent, Nita Salihu Hoxha, Urtina Hoxha and Elvira Thaçi.

Price: €7

Available at: Info Point at Grand Hotel Prishtina and Dukagjini Bookstore in Prishtina.

Manifesta 14 Prishtina Guide Book

Title: Manifesta 14 Prishtina Guide Book

Description: Manifesta 14 Guide guides you to over 100 works of art shown at 25 venues around Kosovo’s bustling capital, Prishtina. This book is your guide to all the different elements of our diverse programme including largescale urban and artistic interventions, thematic exhibitions and performances.

Moreover, the book features practical information for your time at Manifesta 14 Prishtina, including the full parcours of our programme and how to move around the city, where to eat and what to do.

Credits: Manifesta 14 Prishtina Guide Book is published by and on the occasion of Manifesta 14 Prishtina and was designed by Studio Permanent.

Price: €3

Available at: Info Point at Grand Hotel Prishtina and Dukagjini Bookstore in Prishtina.