Temps de Vacances is an artist-run independent

publication, archive and artist project 

which was founded in 2015.

It showcases young and emerging artists as

well as renowned ones in the context of a critical

discourse surrounding contemporary art, culture, and

theory internationally.

Produced in exclusive numbered editions gathering

interviews and conversations, exclusive

collaborations, documents and images in a completely

autonomous way, with experimentations

on editorial devices and shared positions towards

reality, history and representation. 

The periodicity, the form and the theme is different in every issue.

Based between Madrid, London and Hamburg.


We have featured artists such as Roger Ballen,

Synchrodogs, Ryan McGinley, Mark Manders,

Felix Anaut, Camille Henrot, Halley Mellin, Sasha

Kurmaz, Walid Raad, Joseph Hart, Hanna Putz,

Ruth Erdt, Steve Van den Bosch, Rinus Van de Velde,

Mathieu Briand, Aaron Curry, Nicola Samori, Leo Gabin,

Julia Wachtel, Stine Sampers, Erik A. Frandsen,

Jan Kempenaers, Julian Klincewicz and Ross Simonini.

“Quite honestly, ‘Temps de Vacances’ is one of the most

interesting publications I have discovered this year. It creates

a fusion of poetic experience, a perfect combination of

traditional and modern elements – definitely another addition

to your shelf.”


                             - Anna Chayasatit, Editor at People of Print.