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M/M (Paris) (7 titles)
 

Paris
M/M (Paris) is a creative partnership between Mathias Augustyniak (born 1967 in Cavaillon) and Michael Amzalag (born 1968 in Paris), founded in 1992. Working within the framework of language and design, they practice across many cultural fields. Unfettered by the structures of disciplinary boundaries, these self-described artists perceive their professional title to be Strategic Creative Directors. From their Parisian studio, M/M has worked and developed strong relationships with musicians (Björk, Madonna, Jean-Louis Murat...); contemporary artists (Philippe Parreno, Pierre Huyghe, Liam Gillick, Sarah Morris, Gabriela Fridriksdottir, François Curlet, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster...); fashion designers (Yohji Yamamoto, Jil Sander, Balenciaga, Givenchy, Stella McCartney…); and magazines (Vogue Paris, i-D, Purple Fashion, Arena Homme+, Interview, Frog, eDEN, Stream, Documents sur l'art...); and with cultural institutions (Palais de Tokyo, Musée d'Art Moderne and Centre Pompidou in Paris, Le Consortium in Dijon, The Desde Foundation in Athens, the Serpentine Gallery in London…).

M/M (Paris) is also developing a specific editorial program under his own name. The core project of the publishing house is a collection of albums sharing the same format, released in limited and numbered editions. Each volume will showcase different M/M (Paris) practices and differing points of view. From a book of drawings to documenting an exhibition, from the history of a song or a recipe to the unexpected discovery of a curious personality, this collection aims to produce a subjective encyclopedia as seen through the four eyes and two brains of the founders of M/M (Paris).
 
2012
bilingual edition (English / French)
Photography by M/M (Paris) from the FIAC posters and advertising 2005-2012.

2012
English edition
Invited by Björk, Mathias Augustyniak—M/M (Paris)—photographs an unknown Iceland.

2012
bilingual edition (English / French)
All invitations produced by the studio for haute couture and RTW collections by Givenchy.

2011
French edition
Catalogue raisonné / first monograph of a key figure in the art scene since the late 1980s, this luxurious book (designed by M/M), lavishly illustrated, documents the whole Pierre Joseph's oeuvre, from the first group shows to most recent works.

2011
English edition
26 drawings by Mathias Augustyniak (M/M).

2011
English edition
An exhaustive catalogue of all exhibited works by M/M (Paris). Revised 320 pages edition.

2010
English edition
A newspaper made of 25 double-sided posters with 25 photographs by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin and 25 posters by M/M (Paris), with an essay by Michael Bracewell, celebrating Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin 25 years of work.