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Art centers, museums, galleries & varia (240 titles)
 
 
2018
bilingual edition (English / French)
forthcoming
60 original drawings by Lou Doillon in a luxurious notebook.

2018
English edition
This publication examines the new paradigms of creation, dissemination and teaching of photography in the digital age. Resulting from a research project by the Master Photography at ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne, the publication includes a series of essays and interviews, productions done by the Master's students, together with a selection of representative works.

2018
bilingual edition (English / French)
Making Sense reports on ten years of Research in Art and Design at ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne. It features a synopsis of research projects and a selection of projects' descriptions, accompanied by conversations on design and artistic research between ECAL professors and leading scholars in these fields.

2018
bilingual edition (English / French)
A hundred black and white portraits of students from ECAL – University of Art and Design Lausanne, made between 2013 and 2016 by photographer and teacher Anoush Abrar.

2018
bilingual edition (English / French)
This catalogue / artist's book extends a three-chapter exhibition reflecting on the concept of Home. The publication includes reproductions, exhibition views, a text by Marie-Gabrielle Duc, and an interview with the artist by Emmanuele Quinz.

2018
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Françoise et Jean-Philippe Billarant's collection of minimal and conceptual art.

2018
French edition
The first publication to pay tribute to Ambroise Vollard the Reunionese and to the exceptional gift made to his island in 1947, exhibited at the Léon Dierx museum.

2018
English edition
This catalogue is conceived as a continuation and circulation of Saraceno's eponymous sound project: The artist uses spider webs as musical instruments embodying the incredible structural properties of the spider's silk, but also the spider's sophisticated mode of communication through vibrations. Saraceno recorded jam sessions between arachnids and musicians, included in this publication, as well as documentation, essays, and a manifesto.

2017
bilingual edition (English / French)
The first monograph dedicated to Nicolas Milhé highlights the aesthetic and political concerns of his work through two series of works that question the formal and symbolic vocabularies of the Republic. With texts by historian Olivier Christin, architect Eric Lapierre, and musician Julien Perez.

2017
English edition
An international history of video art and experimental cinema networks in the early 1970s: the volume casts a new eye on various exhibitions, broadcasts and production and distribution structures, including a case study on Jonas Mekas' Anthology Film Archives.

2017
Eric La Casa continues his series dedicated to Paris with the reedition of the classic AIR.ratio, a study of the sounds generated by ventilation systems in various Parisian buildings.

2017
English edition
Catalogue presenting a series of watercolours in which artist Sophie von Hellermann re-interprets artworks by Alex Israel, Sergej Jensen, Karen Kilimnik, Sarah Lucas, Marisa Merz, Kelley Walker, etc., all from the Cranford Collection.

2017
bilingual edition (English / French)
This monograph documents over a decade of works and exhibitions, and offers an intimate portrait of an artist who put the language at the center of his visual practice.

2017
texts in English and French
Taking the form of a choral novel, this publication gathers experimental narratives describing pedagogical experiments pursued by artists and curators.

2017
English edition
The Second Sound is an imaginary conversation based on the testimonies of musicians and sound artists on the role of gender and sex within their field.

2017
English edition
temporarily out of stock
The Second Sound is an imaginary conversation based on the testimonies of musicians and sound artists on the role of gender and sex within their field.

2017
bilingual edition (English / French)
This work is the result of a historiographical research work carried out to revive the highlights of the Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève since its creation in 1974 to the present day. Articulated in two sections, the book traces, through nearly 500 richly illustrated pages, the singular history and the moments of grace of the first Kunsthalle of French-speaking Switzerland.

2017
French edition
An account of a three-year research program focusing on working women's struggles in Britany: the publication provides an overview of the studies and artworks produced within the framework of the program, as well as extracts of lectures and a set of original archives.

2017
bilingual edition (texts in French and in English)
Constructed around three themes—an essay, a series of interviews, and an exhibition catalogue—this publication studies the links between contemporary art and sport with a specific focus on the notion of game.

2017
bilingual edition (English / French)
For two years, Eric La Casa has been recording the urban sonic environment of Paris from the windows of his own apartment. Between a temporary inventory and a musical documentary, Paris Quotidien is the result of this long experiment. Includes a 60-page documentation booklet with photographs.

2017
bilingual edition (English / French)
Featuring new and previous works by Sophie Dubosc, this catalogue gives a complete overview of her aesthetic reflection. Working primarily with three-dimensional forms, sculpture, raw materials, and reflecting on historical issues, the French artist's complex practice is covered by two essays, and a full-color photographic documentation section.

2017
French edition
Series of collages based on guitar patterns found in album covers.

2017
French edition
Halfway between the catalogue and the artist's book, this publication introduces the work of Cindy Coutant. The French artist focuses on issues involving poetics and semantics, in connection with the new technologies and the Internet imagery.

2017
French edition
Catalogue of works by Chinese painter Yan Pei-Ming, gathering a series of landscapes, portraits, and historical scenes exposing the tragedy of our contemporary world. Featuring exhibition views, a text by Xavier Douroux, and an interview with the artist by Pascal Pique (catalogue of the eponymous exhibition at Centre Régional d'Art Contemporain in Sète, France).

2017
bilingual edition (French / Italian)
This publication is the result of a series of meetings and interviews with Michel Butor in Italy, between 2012 and 2016. It also features texts by Mireille Calle-Gruber, Paolo Fabbri, and Butor himself, as well as six unreleased photographs from 1952 to 1958, documenting the French author's travels in Italy. The accompanying DVD À propos de. Entre littérature et art, le paysage véritable is a video-essay by Isabella Bordoni, and one of Butor's final appearance.

2017
bilingual edition (French / Korean)
Collection of poems and drawings by the Korean artist.

2017
bilingual edition (English / French, text in Spanish)
Two-volume monograph including a retrospective publication and a sketchbook. This edition highlights Nottellet's double activity as an illustrator and an installation artist, and features four texts offering various approaches of the artist's work as well as an understanding of his evolution throughout a career that started in the 1990s.

2017
French edition
A collection of texts on the various aspects of radio creation, published on the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of the ACSR – the Belgian-based studio dedicated to radio and sound creation.

2017
bilingual edition (English / Arabic)
Catalogue dedicated to the late American artist: an influential photographer, writer, filmmaker, theorist and critic whose works have been a unique reference in debates and conversations about photography, art and politics for over 40 years. The publication includes a historical and analytical text by curator Marie Muracciole, as well as a 20-page photographic booklet.

2016
bilingual edition (French / German)
Issue of the Cahiers du Centre Dürrenmatt Neuchâtel dedicated to French artist Jean-Christophe Norman with essays by Jean-Michel Espitallier, Patrice Joly, Frank Smith, Ulrich Weber, and an original work by Norman inspired by Swiss writer Friedrich Dürrenmatt's library.

2016
French edition
Monograph featuring series of paintings made by the French-American artist between 2013 and 2016 and based from photographic documents originating mainly from sexploitation films of the 1960s. The volume also includes two essays and exhibitions views.

2016
bilingual edition (English / French)
A richly documented publication (written contributions by artists and a thousand illustrations) celebrating a decade of art performance at French independent art-space Le Generateur.

2016
bilingual edition (English / French)
An introduction to the art of Stephen Felton, with an essay by Jill Gasparina, “On the uselessness of sophisticated discourse,” as a guiding thread to better understand a work relying on simplicity and narratives.

2016
bilingual edition (English / French)
Creating Bob: a food truck with a living, warm and hospitable public purpose, set close to Lille-Europe Train Station and commissioned as part of the “New Patrons” program.

2016
English edition
This publication documents around 50 years of Nannucci editions, artists' books, multiples, prints, catalogues, posters, ephemera—edited as artist & editor—from 1967 to 2016. It includes an anthology of essays, two index of works, by category and in chronological order, a bibliography and a biography.

2016
bilingual edition (English / French)
Publication dedicated to the Versos series, in which Philippe Gronon photographs the verso side of paintings by ancient and modern masters. With a foreword by Hubert Besacier.

2016
bilingual edition (English / French)
4-volume box set gathering six of the artist's most iconic photographic series. This special publication brings an end to a research on the notion of document that started in 1999 (limited edition of 700 signed copies).

2016
bilingual edition (English / French)
Catalogue of Orozco's eponymous in-situ work at Château de Chaumont-sur-Loire: inspired by the princely apartments's old tapestries, the installation looks back at the castle's history and draws on a reflection on memory.

2016
texts in English and French
Proceedings of the 2015 National conference of the French Schools of Arts.

2016
bilingual edition (English / French)
New monograph.

2016
A selection of radiophonic works from 2003 to 2011, completed with a 36-page booklet and 4 essays by Bosetti himself, Gregory Whitehead and Ksenija Stefanovic.

2016
French edition (texts in English and French)
A kaleidoscopic collection of excerpts on music and instruments.

2016
bilingual edition (English / French)
Considering the relations between art and football through the example of an artwork commissioned by the Red Star Football Club as part of the “New Patrons” program, initiated and supported by the Fondation de France: a polyptych composed of eight oil paintings on wood panels, offering different viewpoints of the stadium and the life of the club.

2016
French edition
Dominique Pasqualini addresses his singular thoughts on photography and the impossibility of its exposure.

2016
bilingual edition (Italian / French)
Ultimo Cielo documents a musical project forming part of the New Patrons program: a piece for an amateur orchestra inspired by the works and practice of Italian Situationist painter Pinot Gallizio.

2016
French edition
The first monogaphic study dedicated to French-Lebanese filmmaker and photograph Jocelyne Saab and her works from 1970 to 2015.

2016
bilingual edition (English / French)
In more than two hundred artworks, the American artist's reference monograph focuses on the fundamentals of her painting, strongly impregnated by notions of time, profusion, systemising and commitment.

2016
bilingual edition (English / French)
This first monograph on French-Algerian artist and performer Carole Douillard spans her entire work from the end of the 1990s and invites us to reflect on her performative and non-material practice, interrogating the forms and issues of contemporary performance.

2016
bilingual edition (English / French)
L'écho / ce qui sépare documents a personal and collective exhibition commissioned by Bruno Peinado where young artists were invited by Peinado to display their works with his own, thus reflecting the notions of space and network within the art field.

2016
bilingual edition (English / French)
Since the set up of Xavier Veilhan's The Monster in the center of Tours in 2004, the statue has been subject to various cultural appropriation by the locals. This book aims to document both the development of the project as part of the New Patrons program as well as the life of the statue within the city.

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