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Laure Prouvost
Laure Prouvost (born 1978, lives and works in London) is a wonderful story-teller who seduces her audiences by means of supposedly aesthetically amateurish material, sound and imagination. Her installations combine video, everyday objects, ceramics or painting with architecture, linking truth and poetry to create an idiosyncratic reality. She received the Max Mara Art Prize for Women in 2011 and was the first French artist to win the prestigious Turner Prize in 2013.
(external link: www.laureprouvost.com)

bilingual edition (English / French)
Palais de Tokyo
New monograph.

bilingual edition (English / German)
out of print
First publication ever to provide a complete survey of the artist's oeuvre to date: like Prouvost's art, the book is fast-paced and full of quick turns and surprises. It includes a series of essays, a conversation between the artist and her model Barbara Steveni, and a complete list of her works and exhibitions.